The ancient city
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Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
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lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00094

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I .It ". Now:, God of mercy behold the change-, I fott.thelarlr'Ift "R''e !ti i r'Caa inP.);
\ ' I r'OI1r-\ ., .y ; .i' __, to4 robe hAdovtoforetextUUadtrtboVsanclily Yht ,.
: ,. .. ..... ,; : nerve him tot the prepare him' for the tllo Alp'- '
1. ,. .. -t- VV of the of God.teVoking the Redeem-
name hour
of AQ accident
W 7"" """ ,* death. with an almost fatal tJrmlna--
ehe .
I 8ATOK..DXV cr to their aid, do tb foreign, hirelings slay And in the hour of defeat,oh, God of Hosts, tion, occurred in the Pass of the Great St.Ber

The Bride: dnr people! They throng our town-they' do thou be our stay; and in tho hour. of triumph nard in the Alps, on Saturday afternoon the

I B. CANOVA, takSher.buTbTfatthfalstill darken our plains Iud now they encompass be thou our guide. bah inst. The particulars are as follows : Mr. '

Oh. our. posts ou the lonely plain of Chadds' Hord. Teach us to merciful. Though the mem* Bilsbee, the comedian, and )Ia Howard Paul
will be inserted at OvcDOSXAS And may the bridal vow / 'They tho' take the sword shall perish bj ory of galling wrongs be at our heart, knocking tho American author, now.on a tour in Switzerland .
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De sacred held in after years, the* sword tor admittance, that they must fill us with ,and walked all the way from Chamouni -. ,
: per xjnare of 12 line or under, for the first And warmly breathed as now. < ] Brethren, think me not unworthy of beliefwhen the desire of revenge: yet let us, oh, spare the to M art ay, instead of adopting the usual .
; nseraon and SivwrTT-Fivi CIKTS for each aubee- I tell you the doom ot'the British is near. vanquished in of it
Remember no common tie though they never spared us plan muling over the Forclay and Tate <
quern .101:rtJon. deduction will'be made for' ,, notice That binds your youthful heat, Think' me not vain when I tell you thai, : be"yond the hour of butchery and bloodshed.And Noire, and notwitastanding the exertion a Men-" i
cloud that enshrouds us I
*tainted for ilxmonthi.D the now see in the hour of death do thou guide us to dant upon this severe tramp.after a brief pause,
Tis one that.only: Truth should weave, gathering thick and fast, the darker cloud and
I :r AU advertisements most be paid for before the abode prepared for the blest: shall we re. they started without a guide for the Hospice
referring And only Death. can part backer' storm of Divine retribution. thanks unto thee through Christ our ..Redeem of Si Bernard. .
insertion,unless by a regular coMomer. Bj t They may conquer us to-morrow. Mightand .
k er. GOD FRosrER THE CACsE. 'Amen.A By tracing the trave "orD paths on the margin -
w to oar terms, the requisite sum may be ascertained The joys of ct ld hood', happy !hour, wrong prevail, and we may be driven! of the Drance, they,proceeded safely! above

, ana transmitted with the advertisement.IT The home of riper years from this field: but the hour of God's own yen Tall' Jump. t. Pierre, some five miles distant from the
'Heloa, Charley 1 shouted Ned,as.he burst
Advertisements not marked with the number The treasured scene of early youth, .. gcance will comet convent, and night overtaking them at this
into room, in the attic eta $2,60 boardinghouse
of Insertions required, will be continued until In sunshine and in tears: ,; ,. ,, Ay, IOn the vast solitude of eternal space, my in the Bowery, about an hour,before the bleak and desolate place, there were competed .
\ den: the heart of the boundless universe, there
1 forbid' and, charged for, .. The purest hopes her bosom knew, throbs the being of an awful God.qulck to bell was expected to ring for dinner. precipice to rest until on a defile overhanging a frightful ,

Notice Debtors and Creditors, : $7. 00 I When her young heart was free, avenge,and sure to,' punish guilt, then will the 'Well,Ned, what is the row 2' as to render daybreak objects, the in the clouds gloom being indefi so'dense

)-:Application for Letters of Administration, 5 00 .AH these, and more, she now resigns, man George Brunswick called King feel in 'Nothing. How much money' have you got? nable. At early light they again resumed the

O" AU.religions notices will be Inserted gratuitously. To brave the world with thee. his heart_and bruin the vengeance of the eternal Only about Lend fifty.it Why ? track, through deep snows,and when nearly '
Nothing. to me'Cbzuley.
Jehovah! A blight will be upon his lifea opposite Mount Velan
\ a terrible avalanche
Her lot in life is fixed with thine. withered brain and an accursed intellect, a Thunder! I lent you thirty last nighL''I Ie
Job be came thundering down the aide of the rocks.
bills for
O All Printing, must paid on know it-I've thirteen of it yet.
blight will be his children and on his
Its good and ill to share, upon and nearly buried beneath Its
the of the work. 'I tell what it is I have snows the
delivery Ned only got
Great God how dread the punish you
... CAll letters on badness,and communications, And well I know 'twill be her pride, ment.people. this fifty,and if you bet on one of your benders, solitary travellers. Mr. Paul, being young...
, To soothe each there. .J and active, soon worked his way out of the I J'
sorrow. A the dense and spend it, shall be hard up here till'Whnt -
must be TorrTAro to recenre attention. crowded populace, peopling cold'mass and
though nearly exhausted with
Ihen take her, and may fleeting time towns where the man of money thrives, while in the name of stewed catharpcen legs foil : :
T exposure finally succeeded, .bv d?? I
Ordinance IB addition to Mark only. increase, laborer the are you talking about Give me the pictures -'It- V
t & lf; an joy's the starves; want striding among ging away the snow in his,, fellow'
.Bl Ordinance relating to the Police in all its forms of an ignorant and you shall have half Come-fist over, and rescuing
, And may your days glide swiftly on people terror traveler, of whom nothing was,visible but his .
. of the City of Hi. Augustine.Jfc In happiness and peace. and God-delying priesthood chuckling over then come along. left arm, at the extreme edge of the ravine.
it .,"'. If irk Mayor and Aldermen tf f the miser.cj of millions; a proud and merciless I gave Ned my wallet, and followed him Had they been a short distance further down

fit(.Iff/ St. Aufuttime, That if any person or Comrades fill no Glass for'Me. nobility adding wrong and heaping insult up- down into the street. 'Which way h'e, Ned ?- the pass their fate must have been inevitable, .V

, perrons shall commit or cause to be committed,or on robbery and fraud; royalty corrupt to the Whore are you bound t' But tor off as the avalanche seemed thickest below them ,
raid o be coacetned in committing any trespass upon : r heart and rotten to the core; down towards Chatam Square, like a Kbomo-
Oh! comrades, fill no glass for me arristocracy very and the abyss at least 200 feet. in depth. On
within the I followed in his wake about
any lot,garden, grove or plantation jcity crime and want linked hand, and templing live on trial. the
To drown soul in liquid flame reaching Hospicesome two hours after
ottii. Augustine, or upon any fruit trees,shrubbery my ; men to deeds of woo and death-these are'apart two rods astern. w
plants,vines, or 't'egtlAbieapwiog in any such lot, For if drink' the toast shall be- of :be doom and retribution that will On he went through Chatham street along his Providential escape,tho weary wayfarers*

-, garden gmre or plantation, or shall be concerned in To blighted fortune, health and fame; come the En&lish ibione and the English Park Row down Broadway till he came opposite -received every attention and the tenderest
upon from
treatment the
destroying or carrying away auy fruit, vegetables or Yet,though I long to,qlteU the strife ppoplel t Trinity Church, when ho stopped,and after hospitable monks, who
at vane growing therein, such person orper- seemed to regard the successful ascent without
; at the tall : for about five
lOot (if' free) shall,on conviction, for each offence, That passion holds against my life, Soldiers look around upon your familiar minutes gazing deliberately up pulled steeple off his coat, and guide as a positive marvel Although the '

be subject:.{o a fine of not exceeding ten dollars aid Still boon companions,though yon be, face with a strange interest. To-morrow bold for him. Next off pass has been mucb.. rcrscd.tbl debris of theglaciers !
handed it to ,
and if slave he she shall morning we will forth to battle-for need to me and the *>"
the costs of prosecution a or But comrades fill no glass for me. go ct rnal sndw pathslhatroccur
be liable to whipping not exceeding ten stripes, and .. i tell you that your unworthy minister will came his hat and vest..thought; he crowd was era ba- Tnt he desolate. wastes above the' forest of 8t- "

.' the like coma. And ln.erery case of oouTietkxnae I know a'breast that once was light",'II" march with you invoking God's aid in the zr.' He pulled off bis boots Ned and a watch Pierre render the protectionand assistance of
offender shall stand committed until the fine or pe- tigh.1-we wilt march forth to battle! Need I can to gather about us. took up guides almost indispensable
need ,
fiahy and all coats shall hate been satisfied and paid. Whose patient sufferings my care' .' exhort you to fight the good fight' to fight for and handed it to me.

|f it /Ktiier ordutud. Thai it ball not be law I know a heart that once was bright, your homesteads, for your wives and children The rush to the spot was such,that in three Touching Incident --

fa! for any merchant or shopkeeper or other person But drooping hopes have nestled there; My friends I might urge you to fight by the minutes Broadway was blocked up. The Louisville Democrat relates the follow*.

to harp open store,or dispose of any goods, chattel, Then while: tear drops nightly steal, galling mi moires ot British- wrongs. Walton i What is all this What is going on inquired log touching incident : '

wartor merchandize on the Sabbath day or barteror From wounded hearts that I should heel -1 might tell you of your father butchered in "dozen voices. An aged mother-a woman of
sell the same,shall on conviction be fined la the silence : Trenton. 1 might 'Gentlemen,' said Ned, 'you see that open seventy
be on the plains year-leti her home in
Though boon companions may the Emerald We
you some
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HUM of ten dollars for every such offence, together his hairs dabbled in blood I place in that steeple-right there where the i
with the code of prosecuting the same, one half of Oh! comrades fill no glass for me! picture gray bell hangs ?' ten weeks ago,to seek the abode of her children
might ring& his death shriek in your ears.btlmireI .- who are now residents at Louisville. After
which said fine shall be paid to the person Informing 'Yes !' screamed fifty of the crowd in
of butchered yes
tell '
and prosecuting same. When 1 wai )young I,felt the tide & might you a his a tedious passage and the trouble incident
Vert further ordained That it shall not be lawful undefiled mother,and a ;sister outraged; the lonly farmhouse answer to question.'Well to a long passage she teached this city from
Of aspirations 1
the night assault the roof in flame, tho gentlmen am going to jump up New Orleans last
fur say person by himself,servant or agent, to n ight,on board the Alexander'Scotland
But manhood's have wronged the pride there e'Yuu
givr, sell or barte r, to any slave,stay vinous, spirit- years shout of the troopers as they dispatched their soon she was surrounded by her
taw or iDtoxicatiDa1iqaoa without an express license My parents centred in their child- victims the cries fur mercy and the pleadings can't do instantly came from twen-t children. Her son wa the first to see her ,.
m w'Itinalrom the person having the control of said Then by a mother's sacred tear; of innocence for pity. 1 might paiut this all ty of the bystanders. and he hastened inform his sister of their

.lave| or slaves under the penalty of twenty dollars By all that memory should revere, again in the vivid colors ot the terrible reality, 'I will bet he can,said an old gentleman be- mother's arrival.- They met-the,mother and;

fur each and every offi"neewith the coats, and the boon companions be it I thought your courage needed such wild hid Ned whom half of the crowd knew alone the daughter in one long embrace, which
Though you may
ipf'lrmer.baU be entitled the one half of said penativandif wild excitement. of the richest merchant in Pearl street. only endeed as the infirm mother sank with excitement I
the person or.oersons. ------ --. offending shall Oh!comrades fill no glass for me! But 1 know you are strong in the might of Ned looked over his shoulder in astonish to the floor. She had swooned m.,

be a lionised shopkeeper his or their said license A Revolutionary Belle the Lord. You will march forth to battle on ment. The old merchant smiled and nodded the raptuous enjoyment of beholding a daughter -

sbiU revoked. I the with light hearts and determined his bead. Io She ,
morrow so long =t. pronouncedtx blessing
The above ordinance will be strictly enforced. The following interesting document was re spirits throughout the solemn duty-the dutyof 'Gooal' shouted Ned,'! have got one backer. her children and tainted Whenever
Passed Council June 81st 1853.P.C.ZYL8TRA. cently) found among the papers of Maj.-\ John ; moll alone upon away.
weuld have
I thought I to go my ,
diseased of tho avenging the dead-may heavy on your :restored to cociousness the sight ot her
Mayor. Jacob Scbaacmyro: a patriot wallet.'I .
and he pulled out
souls. children and the pleasing recollection of their
delivered the '
discourse on
Attest,CIAA.UAQUL revolution. It is of a Bran wino by Rev. Jacob And in the hour of battle, when all around will bet two to one you can't jump up presence, would overcome her with emotions, .

eve of.;the battle of,the American, you is darkness, lit up by-the lurried glare of there, said a man coming close up to Ned, and again and again would she faint ia her
JOSEPH HENRY& days from Balti Trout, to a large portion of bills. I
gena. lull
flash with his
the cannon and tho piercing musket arms. Physicians were called to her aid;: but.,,,
more,400 bUs Flour,3000 bush Corn,40 bales soldiers, in presence of Gen. Washington Gen. the and the Three to one!' chirped another. ,
when the wounded !strew ground, could afford her no relief. For two days she
40 buts Lard, officers of the
H. .30 bag Wgoe,10 hhds Sugar and other Army. '
Wayne shouted a third.
remember soldiers 'Four tQ one
litter then ,
.,& Kegs latter, 40 oils Potatoes 40 bits Apples, 5 dead your path- continued in this condition, until worn out by
Casks Cheese, ISO bags Oats, 6 casks of Bacon 40 RZ'OLVTI01l..nY' SEUOlll that God is with you. The eternal God fiJbts'for 'Five! fatigue and excitement,exhausted nature gave

blU Crackers.'100 kegs Nails 25 boxes Tobacco, 3 you-he rides on the battle cloud,be sweeps !Slxl''Seven way,and the mother now "sleeps well" in the
ketch do, 10 bUs MoiassfSO boxes Soap, a casks .They that take the sword. shall perish by onward with the march of the hurricane charge !' and fifty sporting. men crowded new green earth of her new made home. How

Oil,GQ boxes Candles, 15 baskets Champagne, 10 the sword: -God, tho awful and infinite; fights for you around Ned. strange, how sorrowlul, and how touching are
boxes Cider,JO chests Tea, 10 dot.Brooms,10 nest Sold;err and Countrymen : We have met and will triumph. \ 'I will tell you what it is, gentlemen,said the incidents of life.. -

Tabs,5 boxes Oranges,5 boxes Lemons, 10 cub this evening perhaps for: tho last time. We t They that lake the sword, shall perish by Ned, quietly, 'I haven't got much money, but

Eke 3 Crates, 15 boxes Starch,400 boxes to have shared the toil of the march the peril of tho sword.' III go it as long as it lasts; co just' choose your PHOTO ME*.-A proud man is a fool in fet .

March 6th 185* B. E. CARR. the fight, and tho dismay of the retreat alike, You have taken the sword, but not in the stake holders, and let's be at it. mentation swelling and boiling lima porridge

we nave endured me cold aim nrl hunger, the spirit ot wrong or ravage. You hive,, taken I The matter was soon arranged, and the betting pot. He sets his feathers like sari owl;to swell

THE WORLD AS IT PAS I5E8. I contumely of the, internal foe, and the coura the sword for your homes, for your wives, for went on, from two to seven to one, till and seem bigger than he is. He is, troubled

age of the foreign oppressor. We have sat, your children. You have taken the sword for Ned's wallet and mine were drained. with an i nomination of self-conceit, that ren

MORRIS "JTvVILUS'S.JOURNAL night alter.night beside the!\ camp fire, we have truth and justice: and to you the promise is- Thunder!' yelled Ned, '! wish I had a thousand ders him the man of pasteboard, and a true

IMo1QE FOR 18:19. together heard the roll pf tho revile which be of good cheer, for your toe have taken tho Here, Charley, give me my watch- buckram knight. He has given himself sympathetic -

rz A JAWLY NEWSPAPER. called us to duty or the tattoo,which gave the sword in delence of all that men hold dean in I'll put that in. Give me my bat t coat! vest love powder, that, works upon him -

&'IJ&U,.." wear .r AT TWO DOtLlUi. TE..I signal for the hardy sleep of the soldier with blasphemy of God-they shall perish by the. boots I'll bet-' i; like a dotage andftransforms him into his own.. V J

.J 1 the earth for his bed and,the,.knapsack for his sword. 'Hold on,' said tho old merchant 'hero is mistress, making molt pasatoatd court to/ his ,

marl iruvcEK or TDK xsw stares WILL*EL pillow. .. / And, now brethren and soldiers, 1 bid you h'a thousand dollars; put it up. It you win' own dear.p erfectioas,and.orsbipping spongy .

", swain OS TilE riRST or JASUART JfUCT.Jcurn&l And now soldiers and brethcrcn, wo have all ,forcwell. Many of us may fall in the Battle we'll divide.' substances, occupying much space,as feathers -

,.,.. not in the peaceful valley on'the eve of battle, to-morrow. God rest th'I souls of the fall The two thousand was put up and covered and cotton will stun cushions better than "

4Tas Home has-now become universal. while the sunlight is dying away beyond yonder en. Many of us may live to tell the story of and tie crowd began to be impatient to see things of more perfect and solid proportions. !

There are few JamUess of cultivated hablu-" (fewr of heights, the sunlight that will glimmer to- the fight to-morrow, and in the memory ct all and the jump.'Gentlemen. ",
those who seek to'enliven lad make home the moat marrow morn on scenes of blood. We have will t and linger the quiet scene of this au said Ned very gravely have Woxex ASD MEX.-Woman, and. especiaH

iatiUigeat and attractive place-who do not now me, amid the whitening :;tents ot our encampment tumnal night: Solemn twilight advances never been up in that steeple, and you knowI young women, either believe falsely. or judo

receive b. It is read we believe wherever ran the in the time of terror and gloom havo we over the valley; the woods on the opposite might go slap into some confouned iron harshly of men in one thing. You, young:

t gold threads of domestic happiness and true moral gathered together-Godngranl. that it may not heights flinging their long shadows over tho thing that would hurt me. Now I should loving creature, who dream of your lover by .'

refinement which are wsven so thickly into the 0---be the'last time. green mcdows, around us arc tents oflbe continental ike half a dozen of you would be kind enoughto night and by day-you fancy he does the same r

stronger and coarser web of our couctry's Industry It is a solemn moment:; Brethren docs not host, the suppressed bustle of the go up with me before I jump so that I can of you t He does not-he cannot ; nor is it right. ;

.and energetic prosperity. The Home Journal is the the solemn voice ot nature seem to echo the camp tho hurried tramp of the soldiers to and see where I am going to light' !be should, One hour, perhaps,your presence

speaker to the hearts of this busy nation in the hours sympathies ot the hour. The flag of our tro among the tents, the stillness and' awe that 'That's fair" shouted tho crowd; and off captivated him,subdued him even to weary

Liven to happiness and relaxation. country droops heavily !rpm yonder stafl-the marks the eye of battle. went Ned with a committee ot eight, over ness ;the next, he will bo in the world working .ii'.ii'b

,J A.m New lure Pre .at from m Centime to a breeze has died away along the green plain ot Wbeti we meet again may the shadows of across and over to the steeple. The crowd his way as a man among men.forgettiog,

t.'n /-IuIr. the Home Journal is one of which tee reeteatbtiacs Chadds Ford-the plain heights of the Brandy twilight be dung over a peaceful land. God was watching the cpen space by the bell,and tor the tune being your very existence. Possibly x

.:' is rerto. .*nr meek,and it is wart wine arise gloomily and grand beyond the in heaven grant it. Let us pray. in about ten minutes after the party entered if you saw huo, msouiet self.hard aad "Jj!

t ..;,pored u agLt in good taste. 5 water of yonder stream,all nature holds apause IBAYEfi OF THE KEVOLUT10S.: the church Ned's cocoanut, was seen bobbingup stern, so different from, Lila self' you know .

i ntm- oraae copy,f 2 ; for Jirce copies f of solemn silence, on the eve of the uproar before tbee: we invoke and down in the belfry like a dandyJack.It would strike you with palm Or else his inner
'I ',tar for one copy fur Wee years 05--always ut ad*I and bloodshed and strife of to-morrow. Great Father, we was evident to all that jumped up there and diviner self higher than yon dream 0(

i: rance.fT Sabscricrs without MORRIS delay. Address WILLIS, ''They that take the sword, shall perish by 'thy blessings, we deprecate thy wrath: ; Sold, by thunder!' yelled four to one, gen*'i I would turn coldly from your insignificant* -
i & ask
thee thanks for the past, we thy
:. ; NewXofk.OTICS sword return demon and sloped love. Yet all this must be ; you have no right
: JI Editors, 107 Fulton street, the the future. For we are in time of cxclained sporting
for for!
aid done
And have they not taken the sword? : 'Taken in and tomurmer. You cannot rule a man's soul- ,
lain the blood-sodden trouble, oh Lord, and sore beset by foes merciless number-two. no woman ever did- by holding! un- '
\ \hat I will,six weeks Let the desolated ,p gentleman except
\1. hereby ciTt1!, The swords gleams and cut
.J .. after date, apply to the Judge of Probate of St' valley,the burned farmhouse blackening in and unpiiying.and the dust of the soil is damp 'Give it up! yelled four to one worthy sway over unworthy passions. Bacontent ..' :
land -
ohos County, Ibrljetten of Administration,on the the sun, the sacked ,village And the ravaged over our and stick. chorus if you lie in his heart, as that hettr
in -
Estate, tf SBS&B FoWl,late child County Decased town, answer-let the whitening bones ol the ed with ,the blood of our neighbors. Fa.rly won!' sung out everybody, in the lies in his bosom-deep and calm, Us beatings ,

, 'ANH IIURLBERT. farmer strewn along the fields of friends. tbd ; and as Ned wade bis appearance unseen, uncounted and oftentimes unfeli:but

,feu ABgustiae, March 6th 1852. his butchered homestead an.wer-let the starving mother ObJ'God of mercy, we pray thee of to bless hearts street, the crowd gave him three cheers and .I still giving life to his whole being.
American arms. Make the man our .
: Cbolccd U".on &e. .with her babe clinging sustenance to,the,withered let her answer brezyst I strong in thy wisdom; bless we beseech tnee, dispersed.The stake holders handed over the moneyto One of the broadest hints to pop the Question -
afford no
Braadv, 'Hoiianc Gin, Mo&ongahela that can death rattle mingling with the! murmuring with renewed life ana strength, our hope and I Ned,and we adjourned with the old mer- which is possible for a young lady to give ,_

Whiskey,Irish and Scotch do. Ale and Fort with the that marked the last struggle of thy instrument, oven Gc.orgeVuhtngton; !. chant to his store, where Wb made a fair division a gentleman, is to declare to him her intentions

".t r r 'Champagne; Wine, .Madeira, do. 8heRry*da tones mother and her> babe' shower thy counsels!!: on the Honorable the of the winnings all round after which,. of never marrying.o ""
\ tert do Congress Water. Cordials, Claret Wine. her lire; let the. dying ': Continental Congress; visit our host of com I the old fox told us he had an idea in his. head .-

t. B.! E. CARR. answer. '. once of trying that, very game. "w 4 V.T 4

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!:.X>lfficattr' between Generals JackIOB '' said, any communication from s'out! will matt which their shattered prospects can cling. If I I Indians G. M. GKOCASD, killed 'MajorMcllonville tegtrd/ ,

''I,' ..'' 1. : and Scott. me safely at this place. anything had been wanting to ensure the uc. 1 Death of Henry Clay. I I in a drunken spree said to be*ajmtitlable.

. The f flowing 1 have the honor to be, cess1 of PIKRCK and 'Kixa. the nomination on 1 They were both ra Gen.rnand. Ilot >
, .! ? correspondence m perhaps This distinguished Statesman departed this life on txs,Ci I. J,
Very respectfully Gen SCOTT wodld have been sought after by this t OeaI Contenator. ,
,,,' be to the of .
t ; as younger portion our relli -
'. 'i, tip,.. as Dfw lo,our lves. It grew out of the folio \'UUf most ob'l sv't po'.nical: ) opponent Yes, after G.odd bal- the 29th olt., at the City Washington. This eventhas 7!,-.. ':-.Y_ .:,,a!

,I ing ,cit *mstantxs In Apr't1,1817, Gen. Jack- ANDREW' JACKSON. lotting, Gen. WIHFIELD SCOTT hat been norm-- lea gDembgstntions been expected,and is as universally deplored I ST. AtrccraxJ /!7.1-,'_

' i Mon ihfre in command of the Southern 'Divis Brevet laJorGen.: SCOTT, : lasted tor President and WILLIAM. A., GBABAU, of respect been showntfrom one -DuK. Strt-rFavomi{ br your kindness ia the

r i ion of-the U. S. Army, issued an order which U. tJ. Army. ., New York.To : oCNerth.Carolina for Vi .o,,?resid +nt., With end of the Union to.the other. 'Of the three;jllustri-* exchange: ptjUrs. Irrgictto; arusalofyonr ,

I became (the subject of severe criticism oil the' she- last nomination'wfi have little lo flay' byway own" names cherished by the Amiritxa people" with that frieadWaj. GAiaxs,in '
letter' Gen. Scptt follows : ray hiaeelargej
th. replied'as G's. ( ,
.' '+ art of Gen. Scott in ;? : of sympathy withTMr': friend, who
private conrerssttitin.- Ocnfcml $cpll to Cieneral Jackson. pride for their world wide distinction ; CALHOCW aad noticing the recent meladcholy'reaeoanier i.O'"K
This Jackson have linked, him with/such a desperate chance; at N.
! through language r nn being reported to Gqa n l '. tf&4\Quarlers: 1st and 3d Military 'l and we care little, for toil time bas gone by CUT have now d".artedVnnu alone,remains. rills, attributes that,.IiatieMiag occurrence,(wWci'
anonymous correspondent
wrote to| Gen. Scott for an;xplanation. Td ,Departments. Neto. York. Jan. 2, 1818. '". )' when Southern men are -believed to be, as a la the possession of his unclouded intellect; but sinking me it is)as"drunken. apt te.", Such,.myJJear a.rR

,"' Gen. Sc}tt'a reply, which we.hnye "' ver seen, SIB to:=me Your about letter the 22d of the, arid 3d his ultimo not, been was handed read-, matter ther of case course of. both,sound nominations on Southern have policy.In the. beneath the infirmities age.tiVe shall take not the case,.,as fir as I aia concerned. ; win rMie 1Alaj '

: Gen.'Jacksou responded as'follows : occasion hereafter to again refer to this subject kind enough to give publicitlj tp this denial
of These circumstances I
-.1. 1 might say thought since boast and pride of the Union received the go'i ;!t'-Iit
Gen. Jackson to Gen. Scutt. will I show you that it is my' wish to reply by, foruthepomp and pride of war." and the iI.I. Gauss can set me right in hl3 3per.ita Iw ;
.Heki Qttar/er, Ditiston cftht South to you 66displ\s ionntely." eloquemce of the American Senate is drownedin I timation_of. my old frieida in ilaiioa Cwaatr'. lj
i. I t\} NASHVILLK, Dec. 3, 1817. i regret that I cannot ncep't'tb challenge the thunder of the battlc-tield. No longer' is A Comm e s Testimony. in the interior of the Stat .. r

Sic : I]'Ibave been absent from this) pfaco a you rtferme'. l'e? haps I tnay bo restrained : the Presidency jiighest! gift a tree people The Jacksonville::! Republican in exceedingly bad 1 am,tit,Your with respect! ..n' "t :

.. cotuMilerlble time, rendering the last friendly from wishing to level a pistol ut the breast of can bestow-and no longer das the South any taste undertakes to repeat its would be smartnesses .' G. 3[. GROTIARD oft.'IYt; :
friend whose ; a fellow being, in ('rivate'combllt, b>' a sense interest in the Grand Court 6fartialhereaAertutnktl ,
+ office to B particular v
R B. C Publisher
Eoq, Ancient
novel that Gen. Fierce "fainted" lIon *
and discovery on
1' 20th ult. Owing to tail )'our of religion, but lest this motive should' excite the place'ora' Cabinet, of Statesmen. C"1... .....
letter Imld' October was not received ua-:I the riditfule of gentlemen of liberal habit of [The Remedy, YorktiUe 8. C. the field of )!t eo.' We trnsr that the Itepulli- .BpwfldercfJ.-: '

,. ..,. il, : : :!'' '- 'rt, ". .' "-,:** jhinlcfnrand'' acting, 1'beg,,leave to add, that I ....... eau will carefully read thd following statement of tt :. : >
dccUti'elh. hoftor'of your invitdtfor from' ': ) 0( WoTg "' *boutjr&fjvble : .s
lUpoa he receipt (tho anonymbay communication patriotic i Col. (ygaraViuV wJi fib is ptl on llf acquainted s ? jrelatirmfeinfi.
scruples, (1J I !) My ambition is IcrmenW '
not 'Phe don'tkt
made mo,f rom'No">York, -hastened should THE ANCIENT CITY.' and relieve his mind on fee aubj) -ct. "We should sap- '..y .,
that of Erostralus. I think it would be turn. ScQttea't1't run in Flur
.affdlhUiThe ,
'to lay it bcftfHJM: that course was suggested easyur you to ,console yourself under this ... pose* ttPer reading this noble tribute of a .pUan't'ot pleasant truth ia. forcing its way" Into I

Jo rn by the' respect I felt' for you'have as a it man in refusal by the application ot u few epithets, ficer the pen, that penned-so>> unworthy a libel so a hearts. llutidted'uf' Whigs-and some of_Us'
and that you might as coward &c.to the object ot brave and man would gladly serk'a retreat .
'' your resentment generous best in the pnriy-nlready avow (their defer '
anwerbow far had been
your power to inexcusable: you conduct. Independent and I here,'promise to !leave you until (itorri so unmanly; a position mmalion to vote tor Pierco and King wao,.$ '
base and
; guilty )so the next war to persuade yourself 'of.their ,
carry the Slate beyond a peradveniurei' .w.- .
+ of the services you''bad renderedyour truth., ;
country' the circumstances of your wearing !have t tI the honor be .______ Ccii. Pierce in exlco. saw mtolHgcnt gentleman from Jeffer* t j
to two v tin said to that ; ,1i ,1
: day or ago us hemet
.. ; ,. the badge and insignia! of a soldier, led me Your obedient servant. fQUA'LlTY: Or FEDERAL RIGHTS,; AND DETEBMIRETKES1STA5CE Col. O'Hara, one of the editors of the Louisville i but ono Whig in the County who w

l -' to the conclusion that was addressing a gen WINFIELD SCOTT! TO ALL WHO OPPOSE THEM. Times, speaks thus of the services of General, Tierce vote for Scott, and we bear of similar I'

tl nata. j With those feelings' : you were writicn To Gen. ANDREW,JACCSOK, i in Mexico, himself being a personal witness: in the other CoOntirs around uC Gen.
bad idea been moment :;;::a= ,
tn, and an for a en Comm-indihg the Southern; Having retired from the Senate, and resuming'
,1' is odiouslo the peoplefof Florida,and Mr. V
: tertained'that and you could character have descended of a from Division'of the United States-'Army. .ST. AUGtSTINE, JtyLY lOth, 1852.. the practice of- his- profession, ., the. -difficulties. withhieice bell knew welt what, he meant wbett-I1edA.l:
the high dignified majorgeneral
The correspondence cnlled'forth the follow- 1 struck that electric spark of patriotism ever Glared on the 3d February that i if n of 3t l
of the army of the United Slates, and in his bosom and he was chosen the Cofo .
4 alive ".e olthe
: !ing publication from Du Witt Clinton of New-:
NOMINATIONS. be would not get fifty votes in the State
used:language so opprobrious and Insolent as DEMOCRATIC do battle for
New England
York : regiment
assured I 'should- nave ....... ...: will probably do better than .hat, but a Ho'l
i i s YOU bay, done, rest .r s. ...aswi... his country's honor, and to assert and maintain her
a viewed J p u as rather too contemptible to have To the Public. i po'a'r.R'E i JD B'N T rights. When appointments iron made by President i.. pectable vote in his farortiotll| of thegti t !
s .
t : tald ,any i converse with you on the subject.If : .-- Gen Scott,of the army of the United Stales, Polk'of.officers to'fill up''the commands of the Many ot the Whigs won't support bam, 6rtt "'
I you have lived in tho world thus long in the having in/a' !letter of'the 3d of January,'1817, PIERCE army,Col. Fierce was promoted to the rank of brigadier because of certain Collections of the !pitt. 1-!

t; t entire$ igt mace of the,obligations hnd duties to Gen. Jackson, insinuated'that I 'had written, I GEN. FRANKLIN general. During that unexampled campaign be con- ected with the Florida war-secondly,iao.-f 1

''" '.which hcnoc impose, you are indeed past the dictated or instigated an anonymous letter, to HAMPSHIRE.j bore a most conspicuous'\ for the exhibition;; all cause of the manner of his nomination acdtba .1
lime of'b acing ; and surely he rriust be ,iznojttnt the latter gentleman,fur unworthy motives and OF' NlSW the elements that combine to make a great clp in- character of thoSo'who nominated him, tai *'

.. / tit thera, who seems so little to understand I improper purposes ; and having also concealed patience and endurance under toil and privation ina rhirdly because, aside from: alFothtrtations q\ }\

', jheir influence.Pray \ I' tliO'jtnputation from me until, the publica FOR VICE PRESIDENT. new held, a'coolnesa. that met'every'responsibility, he is totally until for the 'position.. .1
tion of pamphlet which 'reached me on tho and a courage ready to face the very 'cannon's j Here are reasons enough in ail corucreac '

sir, does your recollection >serve, in 9th inst.,.have considered it proper to'declare WILLIAM R. KING: 1 month. Beloved/ by those who served ands him-- yet wo hear it intimated that a Scott electaril '
t r" whit' school ot philosophy you wore taught; that I have bad no'agency ur participation in I n for he was ever ready to participate in the labors of ticket will be run and every effort put w.,
; that to allot the nature' of a OF ALABAMA. their marches and their daring in the hour of battlehe ..:
a inquiring. sup ; writing, dictating or instigating any anonymous to get the vote of the Slate ia his favor* -li.

posed injury,and:clothed in language decorous ;, letter whatever to Gsn. acklun-nnd ,..,, ....,.,.. refs brought that with ther-the him from the enahrinement field of Mexico of Jan it will Dean \ effort.. : The peoplewil{
+ hifnself
rind unexceptionable,an answer should be given thai I anl'cqtircly Ignorant of the author-and never swallow a pill ,linusi into their mouths I '
in the hearts of hb who beheld his valor
couched in pompous insolence and ,bullying that the i>intimation of Gen. Scott is totally un FOR; GOVERNOR. and in countrymen the which, hl :\V\Uiam IL Scicard. ,The 'ofSce-fcoIilcrf[ ta i
participation glory bravery won.
that what
t I had hoped was '
expression -- \
.s qualifiedly false to all intents and' purposes aiul At Contreraa wh dat-hfng over the pedrigal a office 8cekers--mcn who vould doubl'1S togw
JAJIES" E. BBOOI1,''C. n ( ,
I charged upon ycu by. ray anonymous cories-I in all respects. This declaration is made from continuous series of sharp rocks thrown up by Volcanic port Seward if endorsed br a Whig corm-a-

'pond cat, was' unfounded; I had, hoped i motives of respect for public opinion and nut action,) for the purpose of heading his brigade: liar=may and probably will vote for him,bap
the bcliet'tbat: General Scott was a soldier and from.w},f regard ,for Geu. ticull l whose con. FOR CONGRESS.A. hid horse tell under him and crushed the I leg of the the final result will lenvu them in doubt wncSi
n gentleman; tut when let those statements doubly i duct oiri. '!kitf occasion is such a total departure rider in his fall. The battle of Cherubusco followed cj. Neon really ever wnllc.mdldsto': ia F Eori-

confirmed by his own words, it becomes a msit from honor and propriety, as to render kirn unworthy .. E. MAXWELL.. the nxt day, and, scorning to hang back with his da !-FlorldlanKomnaiion < JaurnrtL: '
ter ot inqiiiry how far a man of honorable feeling f the notice of a man who has any respect tent with crutch in !hands; be mounted his goodly
can reconcile them to himself or lon et for himself. FOR .ELECTORS.McQUEES steed .and urged his men "on to ,victory In the of Gen.'Scott-Dusnuvnts. ix k
set up a claim to that character. Are you ignorant7 I foremost rank of battle he was found aid through Whig.RaA*-A third Tukel Contcntplatet
sir that had order at which It i is not probable that I can at this time have McINTOSlI I of Dural County.J. Position of Georgia '
my your recollection most of that bloody day! he was the ppirit of the | *
.refines, judgment is so extremely touched, been any; of having had the-'honor' ofbcetng CAHAWAV SMITH, of Jefferson, winy in which he was pln e". Bill, with fatigueand NEW Voitx: June, 23, IS5J.

(,,.. I made the subject of inquiry, you might from dinner Gon. New Scott on'tilt: 9th of June, 1817 at MAJ. JESSE COE, vf Jadson.M; the anguish of a fractured limb,lie became faint,and The nomination of General' Hctut J,r ihWhi .
{ ?.not. tbur cbaracte, been con- ft in York, or ot the topic of'conversation was borne insrnsiMe from the field; but not before ({ Nauan.'tt I Convention bits cauAtt tf
youri6dng1. "" m> ? as he suggests ;' circumstances s6 could he have heard) the shout of would breach in he
+ l Judges% YerlJ } I ( victory ( Whij rank, which it ii 5e
;: M, thus alt tl aced,.and, \Y.tbQ.utt 'unimportant are not apt) '1o be imprd.saed'upon Hon; Jas. E. Broome 'I line rill< dhurars.ciui. brought back,the quick pullll1I I lievt-d 'will inevitably-tSud to the estaWis6>'
knowledge of of the attendant circumstances' the memor,. Butt.fed a confident persuasion lions to his noble heart" I I meat of a third indcpcnjent Ay
any that I did The Dembemtte-xaa Jidite for Q ovcrnor will aJ- p!l,
for you to have( prejudged the whole mutter. nut nufce-uac'or1ihy-expresiol s incompatible aresa the citizens of this'County at:St. Augustine | We peak with enthusiasm ofthe gnflantry of ften.PICICP \ The mfrd'al'and ;Jcndin sited*lf it
' I : Ths'at! different times and in the circle with tho high respect which I entertain on because, attached to thai branch df service, our .city. and also' n rZlrX rt nUmbcf/ of M(

; of your friends, you could do ; and yet bad' tor Gen. Jllcksoo. Thursday the 29th inst. We have been ri-questeJ '. we were au eye-wttness of all that we reptesent. It most influential mbu, throughout the gufci

I been arraigned, and you detailed as one of DEVI'J'T CLINTON. to give pftblic notice so that both :parties may have 'Was with pride and exultation than we saW bim re- 'I feel Hint the nomination ot Scott iJ but plaA' :* '"

my jut! cs, vnlh the designs of an assassin iur- Albany, April 6th, 1819. ,opportunity( to know his position. I Je cting the privilege accorded the. wounded,-and barI, ing the reins ot Ghvcruinenl in tlw ban: >l It if -

king; under a fair exterior\\ you would have approached This publication called .forth a challenge t f lag "his L Som' W the sfrS" Our aifmiraiion Seward, Wcvd,. Qrouley &: Co. aD I eiviBif *
of '111 from Scott to Clinton, to which the latter replied I knew no bounds: for we felt that there Was: a heart '
the holy sanctuary justice !ITT McQuEER McbfTosH ES the' them such AS will er mu.ui: clotata
; thai he would "hold his challenge under q", onu: of I truly Atnerican-Amt'rio..1') in its most power Y ;,
conduct like this congenial with that high comprh ward to the 1'residimy. Those ..'U
should seated in advisement, until ho (Scott: ) should ,settle au Demo 'rat ic Candidates fur Presidential Elecr sire 8t.'pe-recklet's, self and all for his country |mrit ;'J'
Kent** of dignity which be asoldier' which have so strenuously advocated litt"nomsharion ;;.
bosom t Is it duo from ,a brother officer unadjusted''difficulty between himself and one tory ll address the citizens of St.: Augustine I of FiHmore and WeiJ (e-, it is .
in the dark the of aar A Jackson and I IT: ,The consistent gldrifier! ef the Stuart Candidate .
assail reputation Tuesday
to .. county on evening July I3ih. > tort have acquiesced in the noinianfi v ti of
I oiheran stab him at a moment when he cannot for the Presidency ; who figures ia thV Jack :j jsonville [. Scott with the exception of the CWH1( alld

tX&&AAt it t I might insult an honorable man Democratic FIERCE and Nominations.FBASKFW WILLIAM R. KINO. have In a Priminary.Our I Republican of the 8th,over the savage name I I: Day Hook, but with cvid"nl tti..aat !I'3F.tl' q l,
with questions such as these, but shall autleA- shall have; : and should jcooJ nation bo Lrdj
recieved tho noimnulions\ President o"Chippev>a, hear from us, whew we a a mm :it -
hers that they will' barrow up one who must Vice-President by the Democratic for Conventionhtelr and' 'Vh gTrieruls are,iaa sari=ditc rima and to"turn moment of leisure, that we can"whh a proper respect : forward, I Hive: no' doubt that they would!. i
be dead to'all those feelings which are, characteristics the} I give him their i hearty >> Ia Bislon "
assemUled'st Baltimore*Tbe Democracythroughbut'thb vernation" affect to discaverthat; we are now for bigherduhos, each* noWcUMour time to devote support.:
of a gentleman.In .' ; I i the Mttnb feeling exists, and the Courier ,+aj ''
Union,'Dbt only North but South, warmly in favor of the Compromise. We would be to him- -ln the mrantimei he mar be informed ;'
termfc'ail'DoHto I as IVas'capiule df'n'ollng*, have ratified tbfe' nominations! in glad If the Pepuilrcan i Bet flatly refuse their support for Scott. '
large and enthusiastic would point: otfrthe first aniclApangnph that his and denunciations '
; mortlngi forth
I, rt JccJ'yoiJi i if my Informant h stated truly;, meetings qfMhej Democratic paaly. ; ( poured i The New York Tribune, which is In rxtartes J
or line we have written be-praising or glorifying when to the cruel of his of : with the ..
marring dtlllerate nomination denounce
i.t"ou..were, tb&autber of the publication and The /leading statesmen ot the parly'have been I enjoyment a daily ,
reimrks charged against you'and to, what extent I pushed aside to make wav for ono whose life the Compromise and failing o du so to acknowledge '( plate of soup ; the news came. to his ,unwilling in the must cotUemptuou Iungua, the ear ;

; a reference to your letter, without a com I and character is' but little known.. It may its want of correctness. By the bye how ears of the nominatiin, of his present idol mili- tionil platform adopted at Baltimore. Tat

t innt'of! mine, will inform how far you have I. therefore be proper for us to give such ''information : does it happen that no whig paper has yet found room .' tairtf and his coarse denunciations of Mr. Webster. model philosopher who presides rver tint -'
similar couriOhow little of the have been able for Mr. CabeU' filthy sheet, says ot that pl.itfarmt'lfV 6 .
pursued a as wo to called. FBAHKLU :- Speech-that"want of force",to let friends for .
gentleman, and how much of the hectoring ('ll cr is'a native of New Hampshire a U happened I j not going over to FHImore and: thus. preI fy it, execrate: t/, arty upon i!. The Albaaf', ;
; up Jo
bully you have manifested. It nothing else lawer by profession ;has represented his State, Come very conveniently our neighbor'soffice. ( tenting Scott's nomination,and shall be placed in their Evening Journal, and all I -the lesser, AboI uoal
would, the epaulets: which grace your shoalaVr l- in'Congress and in tho Senate of the United Bepulliean the people have been ( true light+--we know not upon what authority, if soy lights, foilow, in the same delightful strain:' 4,,

*, should have dictated a different course, Slates :' he went to Mexico as a General ; saw' in the'hablt of looking to yoa for ail of Mr Cibell's he assert the existence of murmuring &c., among When such sheets as these, the acknowledged '

u.:1d.t1uYO admonished; you, that however small but) litHe service ; after the war he again sought Speeches and'the last one is not half,as long as some I the 'Loco-foco'i here"'lll'regarcl"to office; we have organs of Scott,denounce the ptstformby

may have boon jour respect for another, res- that retirement which has'ever had' charms of'our Government advertisements whkh Mr.. C. heard of none,'and do not believe that which the. great Whig party hareagrad
for yourself should have taught you ihenecstity for i any prevails;; to abide, is it' strange: that the comptorabe '
IKJCI him, and finally.he is the ndmln of the has 'procured you-an i your Correspondedt has bat have
of replying, at least mild f, to the in* Democratic COlly ntioh: Col Kixc Alabama Mid we coot very faint recollection of the "mar men should contemplate a secewion No
hat it shonldbe '
written 1 letters of
quirij I.suggested; and more especially! should is well known to tbo Soulbern people. We loldVerili murs"and even deep heart bunting"wi\'ith were man the,sooner they .cut Abolitionism and all

you have done this, when your own constructions are sorry to see the great men ot the pai ty- R'tpublic-aoa') are ungrateful and forgetful too. ifested (bye certain'e"xteedblgly. placable individual!', ;the other isms, which have been lacked on j.

I must have fixed you as guilty of the a- the statesman who have stood highest in thb .who may be'hereafter more specifically designated;) : the Whig pa tr,' the better. It #b not difficult

; bomfhablo crime of detraction of slandering estimation of the American people-cast aside Crops; some, two or three yean since ; In.reference to a coveted i to see the' result of the ensuing ItrUJ 1e.i i

\) and :behind,. his back a brother officer. BuiWot to muku room for,men unknown to famemere- We are info'med by a teatleman'who' travel office. i 'A house divided against itself must fllL'-

*.content! with answering to whit was pro ly because |bey have oo political sins to answer ed, through Alachua and Marion Comities nas that I AI, honor to Georgia for the. noble sUnd she

posed'your ctenoecniag__.Vanity has led you totackd >> tor. Availability in the candidate is all the hal taken..-'Satanr+rna jtepuoliasnVims _
sa ;-ff -g of adfjCC. that is now looked for, and,every thing must crops in that section will considerably I exceed the Appointments of Judge BrooJJ e'. Soa

",,"liiiItevd'tnba; tr'it 'n'af f Irf my power to render yield to this. The question for us to poniideris expectations of the planters. The corn ia St. Johns Judge Broome.the Democratic candidate,for Gov- Too many cooks' spoil toe broth. TM

you,my thanks;' I ththtf too highly of myself what shall South Carolina doin this contest. : county we ere told is very fair and the crop is made, trnor, will address'the people at the following places: old saying cannot be more appropriately '" .

to suppose thai I stanifat alfin' need of: Sumo ot the papers in tho State counsel-the. We have been supplied with .frequent showers for At Wakeeaaafrion X Roads,) Jefferson county plied than to the state of tho 1Ybtg partyat '

yovir atfTtoni I" M S-'tlflfopf"*rrqfrt fy rloO-to apprecfelo \;;8tate to'pursue that course of dignified indif- eeieralwceb: pMt..wUebhasenabla mil to plant on Tuesday,' the Ala: JaJ the present mo"ent., Wty fear cott aos,.
them as useful. For-IQba Advice I Terence ,which it has hitherto'pursued :that is; considerable a 7 will not be a very plll4t'1blo' beverage radii 'i".
Am always tinnkful ; 'but never 'ait f6' spurn to cast her vote for some person not a candi quantity of land ia potatoes, pease, &c., At ilontictllo, Thursday, the 8th. people In the first place,there will bd-i&i t

it when 1 know It to flow tI om'art incompetent I date. For .ourselves we are prepared logo* from which a rich harmst may be anticipated. At Madison C, H., on Saturday, the 10th; much 'platfortninu.( There will be 1 ",i

aDd corrupt source f be breast u, ere ba'se and for PIERCS and Kino as a choice of evils. They '-Hasty Extracts? At Fort Hamilton(Madison County,) on Tuesday, 'TJ e aim a betic neutrality platform..' a *
guilt. passions ,dwell is not the place to loOk I have expressed theii"- satisfaction wth the Compromise the 13th. nondescript.) v

for virlue. My notions, sir are not those now j measures, and in thai'differ from1 ; Hon. E. C C.uUL'.op ion of Gen. Scott, June, At Clifton on Wednesday the 14th. The reward' ;.platform,' (too hot of, black! .

taught; in modern schools and in fashionable ]I but neverthelesscan support them when 12th 185.-''Scott has a padlock on his lips, and the At Bellville- Hamilton -.) ,
imbibed in ancient days, posed lo'the Whigs WetkiaY this btate-op.1 County; oo Thursday,the i' --/he
life they were '
i high ; principles of Sewtrd ia his breeeket pocket,and stands 15th. Greeley platform (a mixture of'the
and hitherto 1 have-ana 'yet bear ma to tbo.co'n- indulged in her peculiar notions,long enou before'the .J "sympathelie neutrality and *
I elusion} that be'who can:wantonly outrage the]! and ought now to join her sister ,States in the .". country u the candidate of the higher' lawparty. At Ja.per, op Saturday e iSch.EUT .nnT Georgia platform,'(area tho'Seward.'t )
I bepulia iho
feelings. of another-who without cause, can l election of the highest officer known the or Tax suwAsaxx : .' soup l wilb Raymond a con3entIbe )
i extend injury whew none is done, it capable.!;I Government. We believe that the nomination "The tlectioa.of Scott under preaenf circumstances Bosloo pialform -<1 1
At Alligator on Tuesday the 20th. I (composed chiefly
detestable in its nature, is opposed to the United States Bank
of any crime, however ; oppos- 'would be to continue the Government In the handsof I chowder th best
npd will not fail to commit it,whenever it maybe ed to the Tdriti ; opposed to t'-e system' ot In- the Free toil until At Barber's on Thursday' 22d, lfTou-> ingredient. in '
imposed by necessity. I I If I ternal.Improvement : in tact, opposed' to all the Union.' party" fanaticism': has destroyed At Nassau Court House 'on Saturday the 2-tth. I' Which, together with the 'brandy-totalr*

t sKalt not stoop to njult.fication of my order' tho'hig measures. Therefore, we say, let ', ', At Jacksonville on Tuesday the 27th, ,i and 'tea.totat'. platorm5, a few tears from
before you, or to notice the weakness and ab-1 I I Sontb Carolina in the coming election, cast "It did seem strange that any Adllt"1 Southern matt At St. Atwutiue on Thursday the 29u the Atlanta R publicuh' and a smut!

\ 1 surdities 'tff your tinsel rhetoric; U may be her vote for PIERCE and KBo.Vtt would not could support Scott:' A. reported in the New York ,At Palatka on Saturday' the 31st: ty or fuss and loathers" contributed qwaoti-I'd
quite conclusive; With yourself and I have nodispotitlorf have our State to take part us one of the scram! Times : Egotius, by
biers i in this would At Orange Springs OQ Monday the 2d August.At .
I to' Attempt 'convincing you, that ;; contest but we have her .tbink
to'not have perform her duty 'o herself ; her.riuty lo tho t Ocala on Wednesday the 4th. f AfSSSS
) our ingenuity as profound! as you iS.u. !pro'e ?
imagined iU To my fovefriment, whenever it General Government, with .that dignity that Dreadful Mortality* At Hernando Court lease on Saturday the 7th. 1 ro m. i _

may please 'I'hold m y.selt'lt;: ible! to answer, '! has heretofore" been displaced by ber. The ,Steamer At Fleraington on Wednesday, llth.. do; its daturers altcgether '
Philadelphia Coo \
arrived, at Key Weston mnoceot.8ome .
the reasbbs hich [Sumter Banner. 8. C. ,
nnJ to -produce prompted At think that
the 28th ulu Ukcaoopy oc Thursday the 13th. a' proclamation
from from old
.me to the course I tout t and'19 the Irfi6fmed f Bay, passengers and At Newnansville E goUUa, to ii e1fect. that
The Whig Nomination. crew infected on Stwrday the 14th. L only
with certain
Cholera. -
dUng npiel and pimps of the'war dcpariitieftt, I correspondent of the aball be itted parties
who are'in ibo garb gentlemen, I bold lffself We nave just seen' a, very pretty definition Savannah Georgian writing from' Key west says the At New River on Monday the 16th. Dreamt the number per and charocter to partake, wll in-

responsible for, dot grievance they may or history of the terra vhig,,which is said to I learner is now quarantined at Band Key, some !lean is tor the beverage._ In or tbo 111>>' '

labor under on my accoani, with whom you, have been, derived' from the expression,1We ,. eight miles distant from this Island. The number of I As the next will be the Fourteenth kicks out or the kitcben those a word, if to" ,
have permissldn'to number.yourself. For Hope In God" This sounut rather ominous i Presi- all *"<> t
what my I bavosaid I offer no apology ;you have at the present time, for really the nominees ot j Ii I I deaths in uid Steamer including eight of the crew ent- of the United States, and exchange* more proposed and better making the soup, he will have'* "'

deserved! alt, and;more, were it necessary to i the Whig party has co little to recommendthem i,.I and Francis Burdsall. E q. D.8, mail agent, are Thirij concludes that Gen. Franklin Pierce will be Gar ia is patronage i"

.say more. rill barely remark in conclusion, to the American* .ople, that it is well i j, ty-two. all of whom! died between the. ,,23d and 2gth the man, inasmuch as F. ,P. stands for Four pan?: ',. We aUeady kicked out of the com- .

that 1t you feel yourself aggritcd'at what 41 is here C (lope is left them,.for it !is the .last! spar on 1'ult l ; I. nth President, as well as for Franklin Pierce- will soon follow.presume We Philadelphia shall see. and what Boston we .f

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The LOIUtLRitlfou. act now-a-dayt, |oate and Kitahea on a lot oataiaing-- ;
real order lo tie the of three i
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f",1e following tIctCichrao Caratajart Men Shot at Matamoreu by order nf nit luadr,d tbouah and racy, President At ll4, ons American, OM'&O/CA* the coostruclioa of ihe NPW O/lraoa ,tho toni' bI of twelve years,-1'he premises are situated on the ,
'%e republisb from the Now York Day EooJt, a man, and too Macleans tVa' | Railroad; It wa carried which they 'pronounce I! west side of the river Su Sebastian, and knows as :
paper; which tor several months! previous' to Opdouans by .a : and simple as to [ Mrs. Ilanaams place, adjoining letnf .
\ the New Orleans and the re-sultwas
have received luis jority, rewired with the
Uc session Of Ihc Whig Convention advocated ,
Mr Di.Ua, Inclosed in letter from the editor of thaBrpwnsvillo tDthca illlm.*' A Salute of 100 funs was of fatal results. We i i rep. It is a very desirable sitaation for.,
ube'pQrniDalion of ScbstcrIur the Presidency "Rio Bravo* tho following report or of thefcvent.aad.othar demonstrations our readers 'noth milch cows and poultry,sad coolladter a Hamph't't
/, for temu apply at this office,
exhibited. the C
ot tho United States Consul at M Ua orlU. oftho faction \ prescription m.- '
i June 19. IS52. _
nomination __
The of General Scott falls ,I
liko red
i ono
execution,as abuve slated, of four of ; pepper '
a wet blankrtupon: tho tofjfgs of Ibj* citw..'I liberating taken in arms und r :Carav We see it asserted that the i I ,. 'of,hot water. Nev. .r.B.O AT, .oi'f1C :5t.JOUly, t -
all that army, will not Gen. Scar but ikit Jan25I852. .
Arapag we met yesterday and heard j ,I. support beard Innumerable in-
.ifeak of the nomination, and they wee bun on constitutional parly"woud! brii not one' of lU t.Uarop the 1'ThG1TRLTE.ELECTION.

,dreds, we heard but one sol Ira rr whig did not MLTAMOaSJUfl0 14,1852. third party, This is all humbug may do ho harmS>o ELECTION..horebroratJ Cor twottJas-
.df.laro opcnlr that be would! not vote for Gent Findiig all attempts td obtain a reprieve for : rations, are distributed by tho Comml( I AN of'the Peace" to fill vacancies existing ,

BcQtt+and tjiat ono Was an abolitionist and a I, tho'prisoners unavailing, I accompanied Dr. I}IlIead.Qu"rters, all differences will I!. in Magistrate District No-1 of St. John County-

Velievcrln' splrii rappingsl! The whips ol Ibis Prcvost the quarters of Gin: valo', abdut I I cUed, Unii Scorr Uken as the I II ian Btu,. -Il is sta said Etectloa will be held 'anhe nasal place of holding ..

city\ lira JUappoinul, 'chagrined and moril- six P. M-, yesterday evenlitt, to mike' trio following ,, his "If:"n gur* and all. There I is I on this continent County.Elections, in St Angdstiae, oa Satur.4sy

'fled ,neyoa
their ifcC'ltnRS only execrating the mentis that they sboud! be j ennittoJ to dress'iu their Iudiato ScuZr, inJedf-\ \ i cotptorlably seat 10, M..andcloseat5VM, .' ,

that! brpught about M contemptible trnomf-! usual: clothing instead of tho habits proposed oo ot any great:reli Inspectors, Iguacio Lopez*John.C.Cfeaova, Fie&*
for them totmvo their remiins carried ncrosjho t UU4iiphfelL ," ,,t.
)iat1ou. irish wit l ,O.O It.bns only G..llUMPfJ&Y "
frills administration has been' | river to Brownsville; nnd to bo acccmpi-: Some two or, three i\.4I&Y\ smco-a tbo 'fast few.years' The Augmstiae..Jdae26th J853.To ..J.cJpGtPrdb&Le.Sa. : : .
'! a most splendid ;
nied to tbo of cxecdtioa myself and looking- entered -
place by chap -tho'.poat. nofihte\vsts of this j. -
.one- ibr whig Itrt party has has b .bonorcd.been honored It Dr. Prcr st. city, and in a "po 'oQ : 'sort of way largest :bell':uoort the .* Cdte&n Sob. J": ,. .

'Ms W 1'I1u h the "most, dangcrous The first, of thcso re icats was granted; ihesecond it there were any "lettaws'Tor him. Jirid, with somo few --ILPY-- virtue or the power vested ia me by law I aha(
was refuscd--tho General told that the majl lli3d for tale before Coon
limes that tho country answeringus lug not :-great b'ell$ at Moscow expose the House ia tbc t
Tho splendid talents of that such a request could be obtained only would in a few moments, concluded: Lincoln, EnglaliJ,. Is the city,of St. Augustine on' the lit Monday of January, j

Daniel Webster have shone-brighter and di<- from 'the President tho Republic. Wo then hadn't anythingjiarilcularlo do; he 1 ( :, lathe world. 1853, the following described property,or so much j
asked bo Iho'rermi lie thereof will pay the Bute aDd taxes and the
nuMo traits of character than td allowed to receive nsat wait thereforose'ated bimielfat ) cotuty
plajrd '.more exhibited oilier the place execution, and bury them descently one of iho arm chairs.anJ canting it & .-Most good.people necessary expense due thereon.
l)ecn statesman
the of by any oatka side of the river. This was positively logs, placed-his feet conspiciously on one point; they do not 6605 acres third rate land* aeseased fo Frsacis
formation the
aUiro Thotonptry
government. promised, on condition, that in the,morning ot the window frame before him- Ho the moral culture of\ the J. Atice,being the Bucaa Vista trail, aid lying ia
responded to the call for him to nc- sections and 4'J .
wa should inform the Fmcal of tho spo select been seated long however, when a it with that serious and iownahip so tk; raage 27 cut. 4
'ceplthe Hetirut payneat tax-
tUUtljed the unjjimtty and Judgment of the new ed for that purpoie. In regard to the third nian e.nlerudand' walking up to the Religion, in' the ea for 1847, '48,'49. '50, aad 'Zl AJso. assessed
, /&lcfmagl( t traio that selected him,:11 his primo request, I wus refu cd the desired permission, dow and thrusting his encoinbcd_ I ii too exclusively Additional List foj 1852. .

I 'JII nllftor. Nor have we been disappointed, but the General promised to allow Mr. South through it, also enquired "if there of time and place,- Unless taxes, and expeoaes are. paid.'be&tfe ay'&
well and Dr. Provost to remiin with thcm.A thingasaletlher"tnerefor him. H-J :; t of .
J .cirgmbinK' hat J e,has attempted ho has done, -- enjoyment U C. "
rna everything: thai he has done be has done Livds not satisfied: with thiS verbal answer, tbo same answer M iho dandy,and be ', \ro conbned to the }, R. .B. CANOVA, 8herifTa5a&oi i j. -

I wall. .'nat thw whigs should repudiate such I subsequently addressed a note to Gem Ava eluded.to wait till the mail would and oluptuoua enjoy 2>*Assessor and Collector I.c.

en cdmtniktrntion it shnulu! throw over- los, resnecling the request to bo allowed to therefore co-ninsnced promenading \ June QC, 18<& 21
accompany them to the place of execution; tho down the room occasionally -
Daniel 1 Webster after '
bosrdjuch a man as all Collectors
reply 10 which was.not received till this m:rn- whiskered individual in the chair, Tax Sale. j .
helms done -tot It and take such RN CULTIVATOR.
tbat( and, fyoluhcreature up a ing immediately after the eX Lllio'l.? After ually squirting tobacco juice over BY virtue of,the power vested I la me by law 't ':
Corjceiuxl; iiltuinplcd $ as
JOURNAL, expose for sale before the,Coon House.in
the above named interview Avalos Tuis latter ,t
WIth Gen. to
,den: Winfldd 81.:0tJ-hr; J past nil cotnpreben4tion Dr. Provost relurncd to the .nrijon with tno intention !I muchsaid. .. annovdnce. appeard beln annoy* __ __ IWaTICULTCM, n the city o! Su Augustine on the first Monday of -'.
and bo in the -- -
mast mortifying extreme to n. n January, 1853, the following described property
p I" of rem1inin.g with, ,tho captives, but Dithering bWcoftt.tail5,and ever Inteirtta of the S I.th. or
avery sensible mtn of the party. It shows up : so much thereof as will pay the.State and county/for
what it is composed of, and hoW contempt was refuted M.lmiltancc; but on applicarion to I looking dagcers"at the Irishman, El\I. P., EDITOR, \ taxes sad necessary expenses due thoreoa. 7 "

ble and,utterly tvbrthless it 14 In every respect.It the Fiscal, Mr. Southwell was, however, allowed gclhcr.'though observed,passed One Town Lot ia the city ofSt Aagusttne' t,
to enter: Ha explained to the the iced by /gentleman in .frieze." ASUSTAST,E rTOa.
has repudiated Henry Clay, DariM 1 Webkicr. prisoners \ ncr unknown situated oa Marine street adjoining ,
John J. Cfitlcndcn and JIIIrd llmorc, reason why and Dr. Provost did not r turn,I dandy, evidently of pariencc month at A ,Oa., lot of A. W. Swiuney, and leading taenfrom direct ,
IbVcuch, taen as Wjpflcld Scott, \V m. II. and promised\ them thit we, would be with Irishman's coolness, exclaimed UI- eterj Dgulta. ly south to a lot of Francis P. Sanchez, returned by .I
ward, John M. Bolls and James C. Jones. them at 6 o'ulock this morning we being assured fellow-jh what the d-I mattes low rate of N I'eterlien- 'L Doable taxed and advertised fornonayment .
8"-1 that the execution :would not tako place eh '" "Tobaccy, yer honor," said YEAR IN ADVANCE. of taxes for years 1349 '60,and '61, Also :
Who wants anytbinis 10 do with such a before with assessed for 1852 at JM'ru.dditloaallist.
; that'this would allow us onu hour man, a merry twinkle in the '
Who will belong to lit vho will support. to afford Lhem such consjla i'n as might bo hilriabteye. "Ahpossibly"said : Unlrsa! taxes and expenses are paid before day of
for it, and KO with it? Who Why,fh
,the anil-renters the Mormon, the r'onrir- Too General also promised that we should i-ee you have made the place irato year. $20 ; On* ,HCOTKED \R.' B. CANOVA, sheriff and'cx.off.Assissor I ITax

lies, the socialists, the,.pirlt.ro Jpcr., tho aba nccompiriy: ihen)to tho lust moment. hOJ- cn1tt Tho Irishman turn d \ and Collector.l a. i. c ;

InionUts ana the advocates ol woman's rights Sucti was the, desire of tho prisons ,s, who looking ihe duniiy directly in the commence "ill tAt Volume. Tax Collectors -tbo Finklets, the Joe Smiths.and the Lloyd aI* I
said that our presence and sympathy wuold -i'Bo mo sowl, yur honor if it is
will be rigidly adhered to, virtue of the
Garrisons. y vested in 'me by law L
The whigs-bah! who will say hem B power
a whig Not we surely. Wo would greatly console and. fortify thorn. About 0 yer making ysrselfat horns any, wag { paper be sent ante.'the mo shall expose for sale before, the Court House
pow Folsom oclock this m rninjr, while dressing, I heard ] -. m the city of$,. Augustine on the first Monday of '
csKoon support Grcely or Abby Kelly the report musketry to which, however, I Spiced VIu1gar., I Jan. 1853, the following described
H s Winfleld tfcoll Wm U. tiuward, and SimDraper. paid little attention. A short time after wards, In the winter of 18'!17, while S. JONES Augusta Ga., much thereof aa will pay 'the State sad property County or taxes so

Tho southern whigs may take them i a wagondrove by in tho direction of the'ccmciry Orleans, a youth who: stood nearly i I I'I I Florida Line. and the necessary expenses due thereoa.30O .
and hug tbem'tobelt bumm..lf they choose eleven and three in his.
with an escort of lancer, in which was 'I quarters I I acres third rate land aueaacd to the heirs of
but the Yorker never will. Perhaps Scott. hailed from somewhere in the
tho mantled reimin of the unfortunate pris up \ PACKET STEA11E1l. Sebastian Eapinosa'above the head,of Noah River,
with his abolition supporters here and John oners. Dr. Prevost immediately hurried to I was invited by a friend to dino at 1'I''f" .JiIg" part1%, -.c.'tG:4oWntilp' ';;'.

)(. CfntooJobn M. Bull, Guv. Jones and the overtakejlhe; wagon, which Ho found was being I house where I. was boarding. This Bm&,. range 29 east,aDd section 99, township south,range

lion. Lcslia Coombs (in the South may carry followedty\ thd Rev. Father Dorninick, I Hoosicr'd first trip away ftom home MASIZIU 29 east. Double'taied and advertised. for noa.ayrment

Kentucky, Tennessee end Maryland, but wo and before,reaching the cemetery fit was overtaken ., his friend, who was in. tho produ > of taxes ,for 1850aad 1851. AI"IIIIeae\-
ran tell thfcm that tbey wall carry butju"t one by myself and Mr. South well. Oi reach- and,had purchased hi*cargo of IS NOW rumrific regularly 18lSl.per "additional list.

Northern *.&. They will get Vjurrount, and Ins; the grav yard, wo explained$ to the offcorof look their seats at tho,table,. that oa the Liae, between Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day of
fidtbfng el. Mark what you SAV:-General the escort. |hir wo had been promised) by that, he would show him all the Charleston, Savannah, and sale. .

fenti will carry but one Slate North of Mason General, Avalo the right to bury the bodies town, as ha wanted to let all the ( I I the St. John's River. R. 0 CANOVA, Sheriff and ax-off.

f lid! DftioiVs Jane, and that will' be Vermont, and asked to bo allowed to enter the ceunicry, know nil about it. The servant has and been adopted from which the Tax Assessor and Collector s. t. c.

rhVi only tiiuto that hllil nullified tho lu,mvoslutfc to ascertain where they were, about to bo in. a plate of soup ami observing a departure I c .-June..20. 1852. .

Jaw. ierr d. This- Was, refused. us.. Wo then went nearly. opposite nut considerable & Tuesday, at 19 o'clock, x. Tax Collector, Sate.
Mr. FiUmore, we are told, U ptrfcctlsitti.ift nt onco to G dn.Avittos's quarters; when we dish, our lloosier pointed to u bottle Wednesday, at 4 P.M. of
l with (tie nommulion 'of General Scott were met by tha) officer of hi* body-guard, ntU sauce and asked ,his neighbor what ,'I' Thursday, at 10 ..x. B shall yrtae the for power sale vested In me by law, I
1 1Wai expose befpre the Court House
(,nsil ;rinr} that hc has stood In the way of by him; rudely refused permission to enter, 'Spiced' vinr'gar was the reply. Thursday, at 2, r.x. the city or St. Augustine, on the fine Monday of ia

Mr. Webster's nomination, and done nothing under \Ihe pretext that the General was asleep suppose' you 'blige a.fcllcr Q, r January, 1853,the following described ,.property '

lor hlmwll, )ve think bo ought to be s-itisfiod. -the truth ofrwhich we then suspected, and it along. % Friday, at 7 o'clock A. x. .aoth.ucI1 thereof will pay the tiiaiw aad county
lad tie withdrawn his ammo lust Ujcemuer.as 'have since ascertained that our suspicions Certainly, wa.i the anwer. 10 II taxes and the necessary expenses* due:thee a.

lu pruiuuf J, or lifted his finger l<> secure delqp were not unfotlnd The hoosier' took the bottle and : Friday at 3 1'.x. lS2acres third rate land oa alaataasas river assessed \

"U!' himself,. the result mfght bit" been A short time afterwards an, officer was ais. dousing it in his soup; but as .the Satardayrat 9 ..x. t.'.Cheves.lIOCputll in section, :SO. IOW"j j

d4t rent Mr. \\ebstcr hntf. Mr. Fillmore patched by th<4 General to say tha r being ,acquainted not flow very freely he took out .n built under the special su- ship b south, range 30 east and partly in.faction 48. ;

whltilrawn, would have como luirly bufore the With pur Visit, and aware, of ita object the same time observing to his Coulter, and her-speed and tawnshjp.9 math, naJe'30.eut. Doutax.'d,aDdadVtrt

j otle| in opposition to Gen. Scoll, and no ho would, leave tho bodies at our,disposition 'Kinder close folks ycr stoppin-* saenge'rl are u uurpaaaed by Zt:d for noa paymeat of taxes fen,c.o 1848,

.,.t' would h..ve bad reason to regret tho re- granting us until 13 if.'to burr them.Vhifo .- such a pluguv little hole in their on the St. John's. Freight '49.50and 1811. Also, assessed, ,11.--'for 1S52, ,. as per

sulif The he<:taiiog, di>*notbing policy of Mr. 'performing the last duty, tho grave vent a feller takinr much of theIr. ; by any other line. Any fur additional IAat"totl852. ;' .,

}' 11more divbearteneii his friends and killed was watchod over by a body of cavalry, to it comes high, dont it?.' obtained by applying to eith- Unless taxes aid expenses. ,are. "pat, "rbcto'e day of

Mr. Wtbiier Scoll would hardly have been prevent-rH mult\ be presumed-our taking During this time be had : _Agents. _. sale. I'R 1
off wine elass full into his SOUD. and ) ;LL, Charleston B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ex,officio :
tn..uabl) of but for the purpose of killing away the b KlI$s" Taa reverend Father Do-I Tax Assessor and cr.I *
Mr. Fillmore, and come of tho very men whaiotcd manick states 'to us that ho had been allowed spoon ho dipped it full, together Savannah. June 26. J8 J. c

for him, had they nofdisbelirved thu to remaIn with the prisoners all night, and peppers, and pat it in his mouth. & FINEGAN.Jacksonville. -

story cf his irieuds going over to Websterand was informed that. the hout of seven was fixed instant no spouted the Contents Pilatka. Tax Collector's Sale., .

feared the nomiatioti ol( Fiilmore' would for their eXQC $tlon. At a short lima after across the table into 9 French virtue of the power,.tested io. mV bj law -

have gone for MN W. at' the beginning, and four A. M.,' seeing some preparations among som, and balled BY eipose for sale' beforethe Cows House "

. 'J' nominated him Inllteudof* tJcplL But the the soldier, th prisoners suspected an intention Walcrl water snakes and'wild & ,TO WLE; ia the city Pi :. Augustine, "on'-the first Monday of .
story is told now,and all three are dcfealed. to anticipate the hour fixed upon. The me somo'water'! I'm all,afire! January 1853, the following described property or '

reverend Father D. asked,
Tile Lehman Harder.Cwi guard if such was the case, and was poiilive. a rage jumping up from ,the table taxes and the necessary expenses due tberjr'oo.
the Ho : npoiled my shirr, mv vest, sair. third land assessnd SantosI
ly assured that such Will tnot case. \ m1JJ 3099 acres rate to .
/ iwn tOM of At Jfunfererf of Vownj then went out rrilh the view of going to the iningfsair. By gar I shall see I. 0 & I D A. RorlgueabeiDgnear Dan's.Lake and lying in sec- -

Young lAm-Eightg Murders Acknowl' Church, but Was rec"Uedby\ a messenger, In tho meantime: the Hoosier SIMON TOWLE. lion 45, township 12 south, range 23 east. DuaNe ,' ;
Mexican pitcher containing water and had | taxed and advertised for non payment of taxes fee: "
Horrible Disdotxres who stated that one of the prisoners .
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edged- < East. ,Florida. ,
mendous draught. Setting down d for 1852 ts "Addl-
wanted a Priest f; but before he (tho reverend the year 1851. Also a PHfU.DtLrnu, JUDO 29-.V I'obnlcr, who Father) had succeeded Id finding the om:im. ho eyed the Frenchman for a JACKSONVILLE, tioual List. r

bus bidiin IntervieW with the two ,Skipiuiki's tint Priest, he Was met bra; soldier, who told yelled Ui.Icss taxes and expenses are paid before day of :-
lAm in the couatry 'Dad blast old shlrU 'Sposo and Mellonville- sale. .
the muraerarf,of youn in, him that tho pri nncrs bad been taken out, and ycr '
of the most s'ar- mardi for R. B. CANOVA,Sheriff and ex cio
prison, rartida darelopcment before he could reach the place! of exocution to burn my out you ON WEDNESDAYS.
tling character to-day before Mayor Gilpin, yet mean cusst Come down to Tax Asseuot and Colkctars./' o.
about 5 M. .
all It was A.
/I being the substance of a coafetsiou. mado by Thus wasover.wore thosQ men denied even the I will give'yer one of mine! ? SPALDING having Juae 6, 1863., -. ,
> poor will resume her regular ,
It with much difficulty that up, -
/1 them desired was dds.Irpy .
slight consolation which they so earnestly on. Wednesday, The 14th To* Collector's "
f \ Hnthias Skuph1kl said,11 killed young Lom -that of being accompanied. by someone friend could allay the But the intermediate Unding_ ,and 'ririneof the power vested In me bylaw :I ."
straight gain.-
if lisa by strik'ng him pa tbo bead ,,with a slovok .. I of their felrow-countrymen in their: last set matters word ) to leave every Wednesday .LV 1 shall expose for sale! before tbrCourt llo se ia j
Blalzotny brother, was presets as WPJIKS moments and tho horror of Itelr fate need. j jlessly 'Spiced Vinegarwas a by connecting with the U. S. the city of Augustine pa the stat Monday ia I "
table in
,. Cayser, whoso real name is ;John Rutbo- ItUllnentetVi,1I not this be regarded to set tho whole a roar. from Savannah. Ftr freight October, 18 52,the following described property or ,

,jriaski,and w still a*, large.' as a refinement :cruelty, even by those who o lC7t. apply' on board, or to so much thereof as'will pay the State and county k',;

; \atViM llso said (hat himielf and party might be disposed to defend the justice, of their A curious case Was lately tried BISBEE & Co,4gets." taxes and tl& necessary expenses due thereon. 1

killed a firmer anj his lamily. consisting execution? Correctional Police of Paris : 150 acres third rate land assessed ta .C. and G. :i

f SUE persons, near Newark, Delaware, ana (Signed) J, P. WAODEIX, U. S. Consul. A fbhwoman at tho market was SALE. Clarke,, beiaft the one half of on* tract the whole ;

Afterwards. fire tQ the premttcs, from which Two of tho prisoners 'were Mexican, and by a I.\.I) named Grebutchclto | ATR. JJOULTBR& GO'S tract was ergiaaily granted to C. sad U. Clarke. i",
I lie also of the latter STORE, by the Subscriber the other half is returned by Mr Jacob south
Ifecr obtained 873 and some jewelry I the other two Americans, tho nain-s damages dona to her nose by Moses creek being in section :'
I confessed Baltimore, and McDonald ani Williams. and now landing from the sear. of and bounding on
murder ,
to a near bcin Robt. George woman's lobsters. Mad. 46, IOwJ1aihip 8 south, raaili.3D east. Double taxed ..
said they bad murdered near eighty persona They were taken in the attack on Mat- wishing to treat her husband to : Baltimore Corn. anJ advertised for non payment of taxis for years
aM burned thirty houses since their arrival m amoral ICvcral.mon sinco, and havo been usual 01 Ascension day, was Baltimore Oats 1843. TiO, and 51. Abo assessed for 1852, as per
tats oouatrr, Ths plunder, to tho amount of constantly in prtfon. The ladies of Matamo- tho lobster in question, but on ,

oear $ ,', 'ho say, is burled in the moaatftiof las, to their credit bo it MM, mido a strenu.. closely, throw it down,, declared ,sL Flour adclitionallist.Allo.* .:

,and under the charge of Kiysor.Tttki ous but unsuccessful effort to obtain their pardon !; not fresh. Tbo dealer insisted Butter, '. 5Oacreslnd.bg0as half Of a SCO acre tract

confession is so extravagant as to lead The American Flag says : alive, which Mad. Grcbulcbet d 1 Lard- .< originally granted to C- and O.Club,die other ISO
to the upposilion that Mathlot Is now insane. These executions,have created a deep fee). so far ns to say that it smelt bad. acres is returned by C. UitT,all cf wUdk situated '

Ua fxpreeses his confidence of escnpicg Ing among alt classes l in Brownsville who herself definitely that such was Crackers,"! ,'- ; on Mantanza river, being1 settle 37 sown ip V

through the alMor Kayser and designs mur- look upon their summiry death as wholly u>i- appli-d the lobster a second time Bread, south range 80 east. Doable ts lt4 sod advertised

dcriojC all c-OQwrned in his arrest and ccnvicttoo necessary the more so'as,tho disturbance in when the crustacean, as if to potatoes; .'. for paymeat of taxes for pan t&l9'IOaDd 61. '
: brides numerous persons m New York. : which they were engaged have been entirely. er's veracity, seized Mrs. Crackers Abu assessed for 1852, 'per addkiooal list.

ReportoThls confusion if roe suppressed, and no necessity could havo existed with its claws,and gave ian ., Unless taxes and expenses** are paid. before day of
uKvh4 interst. A deep feeling of Mrs. Grebutchet screamed, and ask. -
i \ looked tor with great for such an example. 'I' 'I
U win \$ remembered that the Cosden family revenge now, reigns, where a course of mercy man and her 'friends indulged .,assorted, \ R.B. CA1 VA. B miffsad ex offida

*ere murdered at Georgetown Cross Roads, would have 'planted. of gratitude.\ hilarity.' They finally thought Bru, !, Tat.Aus ssoTand. Collector. ,...1.9. I"
that'Mur.pbTsrayIot burnt in effigy on t"rh._ .. ih. ,_,' .Inbtter.___._ .ns the victim_ !' Jane!, ISH. .v". :
not ftr from Newark, Delaware, and Gen. A vales "shot'and ** *- ; *, assorted, -. .
and Bh ltoo,who were hung for tho American bank of the river, in full view convinced of its. freshness.,. For I Preserves,. ) Notict.otice ". .

Jto Bwidw died protesting their i innocence of the garita of \atamoras.Nigger sustained but, Mrs.the Uhwoman Grebutchet !i Lemon Syrup, '. is hereby gives that six wrrks after date. .t:
Too 'other murder confesaeit to have been francs ; blame and I reuil- 1. I will apply to the Uod.-Judge of Probate cf St. :
commuted Baltimore, probably bCthLef dat inter'- she was not at all to .patronage rr'spectfally 10- for Utters AJaoinistralio t&9Estate .\
near may who am do (tnt mm Johns Couaty ot .
the own doing, JAMES ft., lEAN HAM.
Mr. Buck.wbu was to mrctenously duccd salt porwissliuns into d j navy ? chief was lady's the lobster's 1852. tf. 14- of Nkolss Sanchez a miner,late of saidC,ca* ?
between 13.
murdered at the Copper Works on the other you's'too bird: for me colored iqdiwidual. her nose The t'y deceased. ".
Dar now '
was told it was alive. DEEDS for BARTOLO PONCfi.
ftloef tbe bat in. tinoufd tho Skupinski's '' BLANK ,
prove to be the murderers of the Cosden fam- wm' Noah nigger, when 'ie took Ham I same view, ot the case and Office. Augustine Jat. 3d 1852. r. .:
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: !i Bit$lnea- Directory. For the county of Marion on the first Monday in BILITY-SECURITY-PERPET Charleston and Florida. Line. ART UNION.OF' PHI L 'j

:M" ".$li4 HottL On 8U George Street north Ofic December. $900,000. r ..,. bJ' tile .

.rt4SJ Square end one door north. of the Metho- I For the counties of Alachna and Levy, on tbe second THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE THE SPLENDID NEW PACKET STEAMER. -"- --cir, A' PeIlJUJll'aaJa. hlalll' .? ._...
"'lit Church* Monday in December. wIiftI" FOR THE
"'; ,* On Treasury Lane, North of I IJllti -For the county'or Columbia, on the third Monday OF NEW YORK-NO.35 con P ANY WALLSL, FLORIDA, JlBT$ OFDZSI1j PROMOTION OF Tug ;:

I, 0 f : o uttiv.role in December.: L. M. COXETTER 'MASTER. 2' :
1 Accumulated Fund, Nov.1st, 1849, $900- I1rrIT.LD
q /. On Charlotte' and Ray street, a few NET STItTE
Cll: / *The U.S. District Court, at St Augustine on 't-
invested in and Mortgageson S -- -
I IS ;.
East of the pubhe'Square. jl NOrunning regularly "OFFICERS -
4oorsOuth ,
first Monday in April i :
L real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks
.. JTotel. 00 Charlotte! Street and T eu- on the Line between
nfthe State and of New York and United Pr'ri4nd.
; mLiufi nbrthof the Public Square,'annexed to the f' City Charleston, Savannah, and rae : ES', EDw Wiuoi D. i
Gorernment. b P_ It'
--p. MC'CJm.r.
the St. John's River. .
fFtorida'1fouse. : ROUTES FROM CHARLESTON- This fund is rapidly increasing by a widely extended -- _rer, E. II. Bcrtw,Eeejj &er
.. ri I < BOARDING HOUSESr: The following schedule has been adopted. which GIO&G&W.

# f ,"f', ".'tliaS: Fat'o. On St. George Street, a few dOOTt..I From Clarleiton t.NewYork.- Leaving daily at The and Company prosperous declared business.a dividend. ol f profits of fittytwo shows the hours of arrivals and departures from*the DDl&T-oo-,c.l'I'U'pe1Idu.__ ,Su.iK

t doutVof G. tie the Pap Court,. On Hovse Bay street and Public, comer; Square.r. of nayin'i< 31-2 miles,-o'clock By Railroad r.M.By to Steamer Weldon,162 to Wilmington mile*-Tp Petersburg 180- January percent, 1848.on all existing policies on the. 31st various Leaves Charleston ports : every Tuesday,..t 12 o'clock" x. John Sartain. Charles, MANAGERS '-1: 1i?

' Onrde'a Lane. Ji7 Richmond 22.ro Acqnia Creek ,Leaves Savannah every Wednesday, at 4 r.x. Toppaa, James !I.
63.-To All
: ..- -":irsr; : '. 1CTORS.1o Railroad to Iho Profits are divided among Leaves Jacksonville every Thursday at 10 A... Charles Macalester, B. H. Buder Henry S.
:: 55.-B
1 '}: ., R WeedoH. Office at his Dwelling House 70.-By Steamer to Washington 9g.-To Mr.-York the IiiftUrcd. Leavas Picolata every Thursday, at 2 P.M.BETU&3IKG son,M.D., Charles G.Leland. WiIUanID;I
Baltimore 4o.-To< Philadelphia The cash annually,seminnnally -
premiums are payable in is.Joseph D. Htewan,If. D.
T BitJgc Street. i iTbetfJokn EchrM
87. Total. distance 771 miles.Time 60 hours. Fare or quarterly, interest being added on the ,
t -' E. P '&. Office on Si,George Street, Mitchell. John 8. 1IrtA.
820. deferred payments. Leaves Pilatka enry'Frld..", at 7 o'clock A. .. James M,. f
I(i 'tW. ,j Aoon! North of DRVGGI8T.P. the Court House.. ..J The "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves Charleston The cash principle adopted by this Company S secures Leaves Picolata 10 .. .. Claghora. .M;:

L : and Charlotte every' tenth day after the 27th of April,o'clock r to the parties for whose benefit the insurancesare Leaves: Ja k oD'filleeYery Friday, at 3 r.x.Leaves Every TBeuabeiv lor tae Year J. 1:.
Chemist Drnggest
1 Will
r't: C Zybtra.. Thro in 60 hours. Fare (State-Room) $25. effected, the whole of the advantages, without Savannah Saturday,at 9 .&... receive. for each Subscription of Fm Do1! ''t

tfre'ctiA;',. l'I From Charletton to Philadelphia....:..Th* Osprey subjecting them to the heavy drawback ,of accumui The FLORIDA has been built tinder the special'snpeiintendenceofCapt. a print orIlUNTINGTON'S
leaves Charleston every otfcer Saturday, at 4 o'clock, lated premium note. "CHRISTIANA '
q I If If r LAWYERS. Coxetter, and her speed and AND _
M.through in'BO boors. Fare $20.Ipm Persons effect insurance! on their own lives CHILDREN."
4 Ik. t'snAl. Coansellor at Law-office ca At- r. may j accommodations for Passengers are nisnrpasaed by J
II4ryLtne& ? .. Charletton to,keV'Orleant. Leaving daily and the lives of others. A married woman can in- any boat ever: placed on the St. John's. Freightand Engraved y JOSEPH AiVWo.r ;f.

4 .tl'1'A.: Putnam ..Attorney and CounceUor at 10 o'clock A. *.,B, S. C. Railroad to Augusta 136 cure the,life of her husband,the benefits of which are passage as low as by any other line. Any (qr- AND THE COMPANION, : _
miIes Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171.-By secured by bw( the exclusive use of herself or,chil A
": ,i LW SfficerPfeolata; treel., .. >-By Gr her information can be obtained by applying to eith- print ofjfttntington "MERC'Ra 'D
Gtdgt R. FAtrUnlt..' Attorney and Counsellor at Macon and ,V"tern.Railroad'to Griffin 42By dren. ter of the undersigned jMents.. Engraved lu v A.H. R1TCJHR i ,

k LILw-1fficelA&ae'Coan House. '- Stare to Opolaka 35.-By Railroad Montgomery Clergymen and all others dependent npon salaries J. 'v. CALBVVELL. Charleston. Or the choice.of any two of Jiiro kwi ,
4 l' 65 -By Steamer to Mobile 331<-To New-Orleans are specially invited ro avail themselves of a resource E. W. DDKER, Savannah.BELLECI1ASSEE& Pour Splendid EDt'aYJap 1' .

:1 .t..l 1 1. I. PUBLIC OFFICES. :' 166. Total:' distance IJDOG miles. Time 123: hours. whereby their surviving: smiles may be secured FINKGAK, vis : .
: ....1- .L j.:.., M Fare $39.50..Fom rom the evils ofptDIVY. Jacksonville. 1. JOHX Kwoi's IirrtsviJET

L : .. ;jO8.(Je. ,. G./E. Llambias. Poet Master, Court CIGrlt.t to N..Or ".',yiz Savannah, Pamphlets explanatory of principles of Mutual R. R, REID, Pilatka. SooTsPaiRttd 6y Lntn,wnrn E.rnetl tuiQtIQ.6, '.

,k : 11ouck Geucraf Office B. A. Putnam Snr- daily at 9 *. x. By Steamer to Savannah 140miles.By Insurance,and illustrating its advantages, with April 10, 1852. 2..RUTUAlO,Fainted 6y RotierxtA .
; '",Surveyor of Artillery Central Railroad to Macon and Western Rail forms of application,may be obtahied at the office 01 6,&rtaj "',! ,'
: Streetcomer
:1 f eyor and General,on Hospital Street. road to Barnesvitle 40.-By Stage to Opelaka 100.- the Company, 35 Wallet., or of any of its agents. Notice 3.-Mucy's DEUX,1'aialtd, H.1Jti""... 'k-

:i i Lane Land Office.-A.Hospital T. Npda, Register of Pubtic By Raiload to Montgomery 65.-By Steamer to Mobile TRUSTEES. 1hereby given to all creditors and all parties con- tIed 6r Ritc1 e. ,t.<. :': ,

Landsofiice in the Court House. 33 1.-To New-Orleans 166.Tottl distance. 1,O33 Jos B Collins, David C Colden any way interested in the Estate of CHBISTIAXA. AjrpHiaCHii.DsxsPfiia/j- "'" J'
Fare $39.50.MISCELLANEOUS Wm J Alfred Edwards W. Miles late of Putnam deceased, .
office In Court miles. Time 77 hours. llyslop. Joseph county 'i.ftoaBllrr f41J' .
RutseU. Receiver
T. ,
I IlouseJ! TABLE. R McCutfy, Wm Betts, i that on the expiration of six months (rom the date Anda. .copy ofdiePhiladelphia '. '

J,,tgof i Prolate. (O.IIWDph '.Judge,) office Distances. FareTime.. Ered Winston: Joseph Blunt, hereof. I thai apply ro the CoMartofProbate for the Art Unlcii Repol'leilt -.-
m. 87,95 20 h. CIW, Faber Isaac G Pearson of Putnam aforesaid for a 'final settlement of J
If1 ia ibc Conrt House. To Athens, Ga., 221 county A monthly pamphlet,containing a of he-tta..t
I report 1-*
t VctcT D. Dnmat. Clerk Circuit Court office in Chattanooga, Tenn., 445 13.12 31 John P Yelverton Henry Wells, my accounts with said Estate and a discharge as Ad- actions of the Institution, .information on tfe : 3

I '!ic Coirt House. "Columba C., 130 ..00 8 Theo Sedgwick, Wm Moore. ministrator thereof subject of the Fine Arts ,. *

t Rafael: 3?. CanoM. Sheriffand Tax Collector,ofo .- "CamMn, S: C., 142 4,00 9 Stacy B Collins, Zebedee Cook, BENJAMIN CHAPMAN, Admr. THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE WORLD4 -
't .
ihe "HaaibunrS.C., 136 4,00 8 John II Swift, Jona Miller, May 22dr 1852. .
Court House.
:: m QO.
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.: Collector of Cutt9m John M Hanson,office,- Memphis.Tenn., 740 28.00-' John Wadsworth' David A Comstock, Notice.IX The Art Union of Philadelphia awards prisA
for either of the above places leave S M Cornell. Robert Shuyler, fi'its
Flantcra Hotel. Passengers IX weeks after date I will apply to the judge own Cartiuca.tes with which
original .
; Ora Howard in Charleston, daily, by S. C. Railroad at 10 o'clock [ Gonv M Wilkins. James Chambers, of of works of Art Aaerieai
4 : -, .J.Bp tGr..f Cuttomt. office Probate Putnam County for letters of Ad- may purchased many ( .
I Howard Buildings, Market square.J. > "" A. M. i I I"John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman, ministration on the Estate of Feribee Thigpen, late States, at theoptlon.and selection of thVpeno P4no V& .

..J/. :Brnnwn. lodge, U. 8. Court Northern Fred \Vbittlesey, Moses{ Grinnell, of Putnam County,deceased. may obtain a prize at the. .
.District of Florida, office in the Court House. STATE OF FLORIDA, Charles Ely, Wm J Bunker, LUKB JOHNS Annual DlslHbntloa.

; .' G. R. Fairltntf. Clerk U. 8. Court office 'In EASTERN CIRCUIUT. 8?. JOHNS John C Cruger Eugene Dutilh, Pilatka, 15th May 1852- Which takes place maIM Evening oft&laitme& \
die Court House. ; COUNTY. Walter Joy, Francis 8 Lathrop, in .,
: I 1 't Deputy Mar,\l. George I. Zehnbanr. ,. office in Penelope M. R. Suraner. Compt. 1 Ie' Alfred Pell, J. 0 Thatcher, 1JOTICE.-All persons having claims against TilE EXECUTIVE every COMMITTEE Yea,'. :
I (' "i he'Court House. ".. JOSEPH B. COLLINS, President. .i: the Estate of Antonia Medecis late of St. ART OP TM/
} ; JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Morton Cornish Sumner Deft. J Ball for Divorce' ISAAC ABBiTT1 Secretary. John Coonty deceased,either as creditors heirs le- When UNION "'I .

.,' Gadv, IJWDph J: .- -*ffice in! the Court Housr.Geas appearing to the satisfaction of the Court JOSEPH BLURT' Counsellor. gateesor otherwise hereby notified to present the so requestet. ,select works of Art,wftawtcatiw,';

\ LMUipt NotaryPublic-office' on Bay It by .athdivit filed in this.case, that Morton Cornish G. R. FAISBAXKS, Agent-St. Augustine Fla. same, within the time-prescribed'bylaw, or they will FREE- CALLER or compensation from their LJt:>

I Slrt"f't.a little North of the Market and nest door Sumner the Defendant above named, resides beyond Feb 16th. be for ever uo CHBSNUTSTRESfE
.. to dIll Post office. ., the Limits of the State Florida, so that the barred.EMANUEL J. De MEDECIS. vor: those persons in the country who may live ndt

r .' I i- CITY OFFICEBJ4I ordinary process of Law cannot be served upon him. 1f )iAnm )(if m. JUAN S. PACETTY.St. mote from Galleries,or.public exhibitions of ta '"V*-

Mayor-Peter C. ZyUtra Therefore, on Motion of McQueen McIntosh, Esq. 'ST. AUGUSTINE, E. F. Augustine, 8th May 1852., 8wks Fine Arts.' 4 .

; : Solicitor for the Complainant, it is ordered, that notice ?. :
.'j I J."llrrt"r.Arulrt.\ ; of the pendency of this suit be given to the said sa THIS ESTABLISHMENT hay An Ordinance to explain certain parts of an Ordinance I Subooriptions of minberhp! ,$3, shld be atarJ
J i Defendant. Morton Cornish Sumner. by blication Repairs this prohibiting! Horses and Cattle from go. as early as practicable, *\ > a* to entitl members"I
Thorough .
/ F. J.Qd",,. J -1- ,' t '. in 'The Ancient City" a Public Newspaper published ]111; undergone present season, is now ready for tug at large within the City of St. Augustine. early warded numbers of the Reporter," whic, will be U**

5 nQlerkofftktCity Council, Charles HaagrrvofEceat in the City of St. Augustine, in the County and ,upon the receipt of the money,to any pgjtfof
*'' reception ot Com]'!',,:!. FAMILIES: ANDTRANSIENT Be it Ordained by the Jl-laynranJ AUvrmsn of the ,_
Council I!
aforesaid the
tne room.Pa4yMarahal Cit.:nit space of three months, requiring BOARDERS the &t. That the
of Ordinance
; and Clerk ./ the lII rltt, F, P.F'eareiri hint the said Defendant to appear and answer I can spacious City Avgcsline The Honorary Secretaries will give receipt fit".
v I Apartments. prohibiting horses and cattle from going at large subscriptions,or remittance may be made to .
.. ;j' the said BiU, or the same and the matters and things
within the city of St. Augustine, be so construed,
., -. PORT WARDENS. therein alleged will be taken.as Confessed. Rooms, Airy Clean, and 1{ at. to subject such hordes and Cattle within hereafter as GEORGE- DEWEY, .>-
p I'. C. Zyltrt Charlet Haager* Jot, E.,Poraar. And it is further ordered, that a hearing had in ness itself furnished baudsonaci '.- described boundary to fine,nn.y that found at- Corresponding Secretorj.4 ,
a are
this Case, at the next June Term of. Said Court, to Nothing 1Vantlo;;. 210 Chesnnf' Street, PhilnUelphia;. -f
large within the City. viz: Within the City Gates
I ..' AUCTIONEER. be hblden in and for St. Jchns CountYI/ aforesaid, at The llvuse is well known as being J. re' cntly South, and the lot of the..U.S. St. Francis Barracks TO. POJJTiTlASTliUs.." : t'PO8TOFncU
Tso-Center F. P. Ferreira and J. A. Strischa. House, in the said of St. Augustine.
Court City
Built, Expressly with a view .to the nccomodatioa North, and.within any part of the liver on the Eastside TAIflP& $
; ,1 i' Given under my hand, at Chambers* this 4th day of Intallds and others, being entirely to any port ot the Western shore, of Maria'S3nchcz T' undersigned.Postmaster! at Pleasant'Grm .

] MERCHANTS.. February. A. D. 1852. built of Wood with Rooms connecting Folding Crerk of aaid City. Alleghany Co. Maryland was the first pej. !sisP .,
|I.; Burtingame & Howk. -Corner of St. George. THOMAS DOUGLAS, Judge &e. Doors &c., which renders it Free<< from I Passed in Council May 17, 1852. the U. S.who conceited, and undertook.extra iwj(
jind Treasury' Lane.VnrroHghtB.Carr.. A true copy from the original order.P. .Dampness. Fireplaces' Blinds to windows EMANUEL J. DE MEDIGES. to publish the idea of supplYIng all poet offices wi 11
: : Wholesale and Retail, dealer B. DUMAS, Clerk,.c. c. ST. JOHNS co.
TenAUPst cheap stamps. stamps made<< by him
through opening on Piazza Promenade Two Mayor Pro are wit ;:
of fiipu; quality Family Groceries of al!I kinds. LIquor Fe".28th, 1852 ..
Hundred Feet: Protection from Rain, Cold ranted equal or superior to any other that caa 6 s ..:
cfibe&c., No.i East side Charlotte.Street, North Tax Collector'* Sale.BY Winds&c., forming a desirable EETREAT from (;UAS. HAGER. CIrtk or the Council.FORWARD procured at the same price, and whenever taj us ;

l'nbUuquare. : virtue of the vested in law ]I sent out in any way defective or unsatisfactory.., ,
power me by confinement, at all seasons of the -
Jeorge Hurt. Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry ycnr.-
shall be forwarded notice wuaatt j
for sale before the Court Housein plicates on <
expose The House situated South in central &; TUWLK
West side of Charlotte few doors is facing
Roods, street, a All who order set ufstanipswrracijs.i.Fox .
the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday of charge. :
and retired from other l
South of Treasury Lane. position, Dwellings.The :
October next, the following described or so DATES -( thirty pkrcej>)-
House 45 Rooms with additional
'. Seth M. Wakernga. Wholesale and Retail dealer contains shall be kept in stampssldlibitnm..
much thereofuwill the State and CHANCERY.
Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery. store on the pay county taxes Parlours. Dining, Setting Kooms,and'con- Address "Post .Master Picasnt itt, ;
and the due thereon to wit GroveAIlcguay
I Ornund Boor of the City Hwl-DI'J' Good. Store, necessary expenses : veniences in general For Accommodation cannot I AS&AsnAggmiijjF Co. Md. ,
408 ,
acres being six parts a tract of land assessed .
Charlotte street, Howard' Building. surpassed. L U B I DA. -. -
to Ynes Gomez, lying on or near ths St. :
Afi.w S. It N. Pinkkam. Dealers in Fancy ;. I
The well earned Reputation this House WM. FORWARD TOWLE.Late
Johns River being in Township 6 South Range 27 A. | SIMON 1'R. BOULTEK&CO'LESsTORE !
Ooods, &0. opposite the Planters Hotel on East has from Year to Year will be tbp.Proprietress. R Co .
acquired of
i Me! Charlotte street. East Section 10 of private surveys one seventh part St Augustine, East. Florida. by the Sahter\ber\ -
consisting of 83 acres is leturned by Philip Gomez ,Mrs. DAVIS aim to sustain, nnd :
and now landing from tl eictr
Pedro Bntt. Dealer Groceries Provisions &e. >
comer of Cons and St. George street. Double taxed and advertised for non payment of for the liberal Patronage heretofore, she returns FROM JACKSONVILLE, Mary Isabella, from Baltimore .ij......

i F. J.' Qul,",. Watch maker and Jeweler, on taxes for yean, IBM and '01. Also assessed for her thanks.' For Enterprise and Mcllonville- 2,800 bushels of Baltimore White Cora, .

; 1 Grcrga. street nearly opposite office of Dr.Peck. lSS2as per"Additional List The Table will bo supplied with choice 1,700 bushels White ,Oats, _. ?' .
-2\o.. Nelen. Retailer of Boots, Shoes, Caps, Unless taxes and expenses ire paid before dayo Game Oysters, Turtle, Fish Ducks Venison LEAVES ON WEDNESDAYS. 50 bales of Hay, .r;

flat'and.Dry Goods, east aide Charlottee street, sale. Turkeys and Shell Fish, which at this time Steamer SAKAH SPALDING having 30 bbls Howard st. 'Flour *

c orn r of Charlotte street and'Treasury Lane. R. CANOVA Sheriff and exoff.Tax our Rivers and Forests abound. Two or THE newly fitted op, will resume her regular 20 kegs superior Batter,

I 1.1Il1rlJle. Andre Tailor, Charlotte street, Assessor and Collector, s. J. c. more Hunters, sporting exclusively for this trips for the above places on Wednesday, the 14th 15 No. 1 Lard,

Tlf'Hr the Fort. July 3d, 1852. House.Horses inst, toucl ing at all the intermediate landings/tnd 5 bbls Apples, .

Jjhn 'Uri... Boot tusker Charlotte street near TO LARGE Carriages, Poni s Guns, Fishing will continue punctually to leave every Wednesday 20 boxes assorted Crackers, i ,
,1*, > City Hotel. PLANTERS. 4 bbla Pilot Bread.
Tackles,Boats for Excursion,&c. morning at 9o'clock, connecting with the U. 8. .
MichViel Nelligan Cabinet Maker, Charlotte Valuable Tracts of Land for Sale. Very Respectfully, Mail steamers to and from Savannah. For freight 10 Mercer Potatoes -
rreft,below Teotperance Hall. subscriber on board, or to 5 kegs Butter Crackers, '
: as Agent cUbe several PROPRIETRESS. engagement or passage, apply
\ John Manncy. Black Smith and Gun Smiths near THE& for sale some of the most valuable lands FERNANDEZ, BISBEE & Co., Agents. 10' boxes Raisins -

t, I.I !!." North Gate ofthe, City. in East Florida! to wit : '1 f. B.-It is tbe wish of tlio Proprietress Jan. 10, 1852. 70 2 bbla lbs Candies Onions, i
1\1'I\ 800 acres valuable hammock land,West of Flemington that tbe Servants attached ,
: asd4RefreiAiiente
.' r Bowling Ilk*; Liquor. by known as the Gibbs Lands ordlnanc to amend na Or 1 case Cloexs,assorted, ,
Marion Co.
to the fthonld be civil attentive

( I Bridler; Cuy Hotel. 1100 A1 prohibiting'Horses and 60 bags of Wheat Bran,
acres the
near Savanna known and
as obliging.
Philip Gome. Retailer Liquors, Refreshments, the Carey Grant. Cattle front going at largo within I case Pickles assorted, ,< -
&c.. Charlotte street opposite Bridier's Bowling I 2 dozen Preserves, -
I 1400 acres in San Felasco Hammock near New- the City of SU Augustine. r ,
I N.ty. nansville, known as the Lawton Lands. CARMICHAEL AND OSGOOD'S Be it ordained by the Mayor and .Aldermen of 4"' Lemon Syrup,

i ; : :. Several thousand! : acres good and in the Arre- DREDGING MACHINE. the City of St. Augustine, That if shall alsobe wholesale and retail. '
I ( STAGE OFFICE. dondo Grant. underssigned hare been appointed agents lawful for the City Marshal, to report to the A share of pnplic patronage is respect&JJ r
4 Office of t\e Picolata MM Bridier's THE ofhia invention and would licited. .JAMES R. HAJNHAjJacksanvifle.
Stage. City owners
";' 7000 acres on Halifax River, South of St. Au- recommend Mayor, the owner or keeper of any horse,,mare, .l'1A :.
Hotel.- 11 !t. \ gustine,known as the Bolow Plantation having 800 it to Contractors, Companies,! or Individuals gelding, colt or mule, and also any cow, heifer, ,J/arch 13,1852. tf. 1 -1

''f. \i acres of open, land suitable for cane and cotton. who are about doing work of the following description bull, ox or calf found running' at large within the DA.MCO'S .
t G 'ldl. ',CHURCHES.Kama And ,viz: the of St. Augustine to the
several other bodies of hammock land on City ; contrary provisions f fif'
it.'. Citkolte Church.. North de Monnmenqa navigable waters. Extensive drainage of Swamps, Marshes, and Sugar of an "Ordinance, prohibiting horses and.

are. ,i v The titles are undoubted and terms low--Apply Plantations. Cattle from going at large within the city of St. -
Church. Building Levees around Plantation or Towns, '
Episcopal South side 'Monumentlquatt. to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS Augustine." ,'
J'reslyterian Cfiurck. On Opening Channel way and removing Bars the 7th 18& *". :
St George street, FebSS, 1852 St. AngntinF1orida.By -Passed in Council]Cebrnary ,
p ( > 'S ih"' n.1iefQuarct.. j. : mouth or Rivers and Harbors. E. J. de MEDICKS, Mayor Pro Tem.

I L Mtthoditt. pictrpal Ckureh. St. George street, Schr. Florida now discharging Butler, Making'Canals through Swamp,marshy or sandy Attest- "
,. I nrar the"Magnolia House .! Lard,CrnckersPork Hams Bacon shoulders ground. CHAS. HAAGER.c. c. NEW YORK -
.. : with a full assortment of articles usual Deepening water around Wharves and Piers .f.e

TERMS: OF COURTT EASTERN CIRCUIT y kept a-.the lowest prices by B. E CARR. Keeping open channel way through Lakes and Rir- Billiard Table and Ten Pin Alley.At NEW ORLEAIIS

FLORIDA.snitHe vera; removing' Rafts .or, sunken Logs, tearing up the Magnolia Retreat,open throughout the EXPRESS

TUX. Tooth Powder &c. Roots of Trees, etc. day and .Evening.
Cleveland's Tooth Powder, English To peisons desirous Improving waste Laudsbv Nov 29 no 48tr 8. MIRANDA. 4- .
For the Counties of Orange sad St Luck, at Me- Dr. cmczs
; .Cologne Water, French Soap. drainage this machin can be be recommeaded as the NOTICE. :
onvillron! the first Tuesday in April, and on the Camphor! Soap, Honey Soap assorted only I one adapted to all the 16,18&19W1l5 'New-York. .
before the first in Perfumest purpose necessary HEREBY GIVEN, to all Creditors, Heirs 3').Main 'f :
tMrd Jl/onday November It. _
;: I Tuesday ine'achand, Phili ome Oil,Bears Oil, toilet Powder;fine Sponge To those who are building or repairing Canals, or IS Legatees, & others interested the Estate of 51 State Hartford, Ct. .
every yfar.Tor Hair Dye Rose Water, Military' drains it, will be found of immense value ., New HA911. Ct. .
the ofPntnam,at Pilatka second Toes- Shaving Soap, as 'it will Henry Klonne late of St. Johns County deeeased, UaltImcre t!\ '.
in county Straps, Brushes, Roger's Perfamary, Jockey Clubb, deepen the Canal,andat the same time form an em- that on the expiration of six Months from the date >tBaltimore.. / .
day ApriLf (Marlonat Ocala fourth dtc. Also, an assortment! of Roger's & Worten.bom's bankment or levee. hereof I will apply t. the Court of Probates for the- PennsylvanIa Ar., Washington t.'

of county o ; Monday Cutlery, Fancy note and Bath letter Paper, This machine is used with either horse or steam County of St. Johns aforesaid, for a final settlement 7 Fourteenth at., RIchmond, V.. : .
AprilKorths '
cocnties Alachua and Levy,at N, at retail by B CARR. power which can be Increased to any extert. of.my accounts with sals'Estate, and a discharge as 84 Washington st, ostcn.
s..1IVUle, first Monday in May. Not 29 o __ They are now in successful! operation in all parts of administrator thereof.FRANCIS 73 Camp st.. New Qrlcatis_ ___ I:.

/or the County of Colombia, at Alligator, on. theeco.d virtue ot the :he county,and may be seen at Charleston,South Car- BRIDIER .Adrnr. 'otice is hereby given to all harJg elaials .
law peraras
power in me by I olin Navy Yard
Pensocola and
the Canal
Monday .f If ay. < BY expose for sale be lore the Court Hocst 4;Galveston and, San Louis.; on between St. Augustine February 21st 1852. againdtue Estate of Susan F. Perpall deceased .

t For the eouaiy Nasstv, at NaIAD C. H.,on' thsWednesday door at MellonvUle on the first Monday of Augist; By application to J S. SECOR Opening-Oranges, Lemons, Ap- ,tor present the same within time presentby
beficrs Oia,t berth in Esq., oar Agen- Now P&tatoesPrunes, Pea Nuts assorted law,or audi claims
t Monday May. ., next the following 'described tracts of land or so Mobile for the States of Alabama and Florida will torrrtr be barred.
\ For; tecouut7 of DtnaA) at Jacksonville, on theurth much thereof. w'll pay the taxes due thereon the drawing-of the machine.can be seen, with information Preserves Confectionay, Segars. Liquors, .&c. SANCHEZ, Anrfaisas
rf Mar. B. E. CARL 3d 1852.
Monday April
of Florida and Co of
State uty Orange for the year u to the cost,etc,
I for;the County of St John's, at fit. Aogwrtlne, 1851, to wit ; July 12tb 1851 nbllc meetings,-Private Roomsfitting JaudlcaOfl..T&IIow CaaeiI

: onthesecon&Mtndyta Jons.' 750 acres of Land in Tnmbull swamp, belonging .GILBERT&.SECOR,New YorkScbr. I- Rooms for temporary purposes? always in Linseed Oil, -
I of rui run.Tor or supposed to belong to Wm G Foot. returnedby readiness at the Magnolia Retreat. Adaoan rine* Caadle.,Starch,White Lead, .&dIgo.
the counties Onnw and St
; Lode, Taesdav 48tf MIRANDA. assorted Paints
Benjamin A Putnam. NOT 29 no ,it retail by
before the firstMbsdar of November,. 1 FLORIDA '1 days from New.Iork 90 _March 87 B. E.CASH*
Fortbe'COaDC, oPatas.m. at Pilatka, the second Also, 390 urea belonging or supposed 4 to belong Hay, 60 bbls. Flour 5 bhdr. Sugar Noti .

Tuesday 'belore the first Monday of November l, to Chariot T Gobert, returned by William, A' For- 15 bbls.Crackers 60 sacks Salt, and 124 pack- !! otlce is hereby given that six weeks after date, Notice. *

For the county of 8L John's, on the first Monday ward. goes to B.;E. Carr, 10 boxes G; Burt Sundry I I 1 I will apply to the Hoa.Judge Probate of St. Notice is hereby given,that six weeks aftWJ3',

ia November. Alto, 900 acres belonging or supposed to belongto packages to Burlingame & Howk, and others. Johns County, for Ittters ot Administration on the CoUntJ' .for awl 10 the Judge ProMte of Sc.lo1 1 .
For the county of Nassau Thursday befo j'tidondayp1ovember. Robert Martin returned Putnam ; Letters Administntloa OB the Etatot
by B A Estate of Nic las 8.nchez a minor,late of said Cocn- rficous d0
r I I Sanchea a minor late of said Coati
J SIMPSON. Sheriff,and Tax Collector .o. c mXA COLLECTORS BLANK ty deceased. ceased. ..,.
Sortbscoflnt7 of Den), on the third Mendy of ] DEEDS for "
Jan Jl" 1852. BARTOLO PONCE.
N !, r"'I. .... .- I I II' I I JL Bale at this Office St. Augustine July, 3d 1852. MAURICE SANCHES.

', Sr. AugustIne, June,26th..1852. .*..} ,i I .

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