The Florida news

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The Florida news
Uniform Title:
Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
George C. Powers & Co.
Creation Date:
April 3, 1846
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note:
Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note:
Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note:
Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note:
Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.

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News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
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East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)


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. : for,entI' _'":("' Toyearly advertiserS liberal' .. di* vm.1 JACKSONVILLE, FRIDAY MORNING, ,APRIL 3,184G., -[N0., !J3. males their chances marriage at ;va ,...... :
couatLrAfl t will 3rt1sernent be ma d.must be paid for befonin- -- -. -i i a _, .j__i *- in p none! ages. 'Of 870 females, there mar. '
,eTtionUDICU by a re u1ar canom; By f efefrlnfnns. feel pretty well also, ..I stop ritcn. Give LOUIS PHILLIPPE A .SCHOOL- Parisian JYbre/ts/$-their Habits-'of ried. ." r;
., .the requisite.ara maybe !, all) frends 0 MASTER.\ 3at13. 113at20 23at27 .5 .t. 34
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to lr witb tbe advertisement.AdvirumefltS my respects enquirin Lift, 4c. We find in:the Paris correspondence -, J2 14 86'. '21' ." 35 .
,rtd insflUtU1 not marked with tbe number and no more at present: from your .ad- A ,,"riter'in."he'Sun, under the signature of the Boston Atlas, along 1r1. lb 8.5" 2 22 J7 u_ 28 29: 2 0 "_ 36 '.. '.
: J rtirn required will be continued until forbid mirin frend, of.i:, 'A Reader of the Sun,' says, sketch of the habits of some of the 43"IG 59'23! 9 '.30 2'37 '
aiiJ t'.baqed Hnllars or. will be charged for all announceniofcaTKl'idite JOHN JAMES' BURTON., Louis Phillippo could not, Have been a 'French Novelists. We condense the 4S U')1" 5'1"' 21 7" 31 0'33' (I .
: Fife To JOB SYKES Teacher in this because circulated letter 66 18 36. 25 :S 32 139U
for office. : Esq. country in a r paragraphs. U5 19 2C" 26 7 "' 33
:; One square.Tor Sir and Months.Creditor: : : $10 03 i1 the:most respectable society, $ ., Alexander Dumas, to begin with, is From this curious statistical table O"40! cti'r .
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Notice to Debtors t : DISCOVERY OF THE RUINS OF
that he dined with father and old in bed. He rises -
, Application for Letters of Admini!'trntion 5 03 my scarcely ever fair eaders'may form a
j tt:?AU religious notices will be inserted gratui- A SPANISH FORT. Mr. Cnrro)];". 'How we apples swim dawn, and the Moon herself would be rate.judgmcnt of the chances pretty,that.accu-they .

r'jrjAll-ostf.: admissible: personal communications will TAMPA BAY, Feb. 4, 1846. I wonder, sir, to what branch of the unbleached puzzled to tell the hour, when he retires. have of entering into the holy state of
', be!rhll'f'I*1 Irertwment! *. Dr. Cltsby.-Dear Sir-You will aristocracy the writer belongs, He writes almost constantly ; and, when matrimony, and of enjoying the.'sweet
P3"All bills for Job Printing. must be paid on the perhaps be surprised at the receipt of a that he eschews the standing of him tired out, dictates Romances and the (we say nothing ofthe bitters) of

. flVHre rrr::: All nC commUnications tlie work. mUlti be addressed to letter from a place so ultra-mundane as ,whose business i it is to teach the young Dramat-or;:; :some newspaper article follows ded love. w.*T t"A
CILLITT k HAZZAUD. postage paid. Tampa Bay; but I wish to lay before idea how to shoot!1 It'is my painful close upon his heels. His mindis ,
e -- --- -,_ .- '.- - ---------. the public some interesting facts. duty, however, to inform the "Reader a'fountain from which he draws with If Fact for the Desonding..4r.: Gilmore .'.

k The THE world\VORLD is not *<. had AS a IT,,world IS. About a week ago I iad- occasion to of the sim," that the "Duke of Orleans," out essat on.. And yet ,this_man,' who ,. the new President of the"We** :
I /, A'some would like to make it; visit a man living some forty miles from did entail a ]lasting disgrace upon "my only finds time to dine, has taken it into tern (Mass.) Railroad has the ofl'er t. ",-
Though "'p..llapr ::oodflr whriher had, Tampa, on business which detained me father and old Mr. Carroll," for he his head to manage theatre. five other'situations beside that which .
D'1M'nd nn tiuiv wo tnke it. there several days. Being most of my taught a school''in :Virginia. And""there is 'Eugene"Sue, who has he has accepted in either of wFilch he .
For From ifw dewy wold morn or fret till all P\", time without employment, 1 frequently" "The Duke of Orleans accompaniedby gone into ,voluntary exile, because he might have a salary of $5000 ayer\ 1

This world will ne'er fiord to man strolled into the dense, and magnificentfoests another French gentleman, Mr. Va- has too much amusement here and has The Western Spy says it is I less ,than t
A foretaste here or heaven. so common in Florida. On one rona, took up his residence near Fayctteville attached a pen to his hands,'like an iron twenty years since he went into the city "

. This world in truth's ns good world of these occasions, seduced by the beau- Fauqitier county, Va., where, fora ball to the leg of a galley slave. He from the country, a common laborer 1!
t. As e'er was known to any ty of the day and the majestic forest short time, the Duke taught a school. has sentenced himself to write three and was for some time porter to the "
p 'VI.o haYA nof IPpn another yet, scenery surrounding me, I insensibly The only persons now living, that I volumes ofJlfemoircs d'un valade store Whitwell & Aond, and while I
And these are very man; protracted my Tamble till, awaking out I know of, who attended his school, are laboring with his handcart was as dis !
And Have if the men of and women too, my dreamy contemplations, Ifound my- i Dr.%T. Withers, Capt. David James, bre.As for Gharlps de Bernard, for the tiniruishcd for his faithfulness, industry

Thorn surely plenty muM employment b* hard to please. self completely lost. Umph!ejaculated i and Preston Willis, who will at any mo sake of quiet, he goes to bed at five in and intelligence in this humble employment '
Who cannot find enjoyment. I[:, vexed at my own 3tupidity, here is a ment certify to the fact. Varona never the morning, nnd rises at three in the as he has since been in other aro-* 11
. 5 precious end of my romancing-enlarged -'returned to Europe, but lived, until afternoon.. You must have a passport cations. "
Th. world is plea"ant world,
In rain or plermant quite a weather, edition of"The babes in the Woods," within a Jew years, at Germantown, : endorsed by'his own>hand, or a password N' f
If people would but )learn to liver with copious notes by a lost traveller.- and though somewhat eccentric, was avery before you can see him.. He labors all Paronomasia.-Curran visited) one f''
In harmony together; But getting out of temper with myselfwas I clever and agreeable gentleman ;* night, and reads the journals while ea day a good lady who invited him to take .
- And cease to bum! the kindly bond, useless, and I jogged on "at a ven- I but there hun'g a mystery about his : ting.. This is the only hour he devotesto some refreshment The lady rang tbe 1
- And cemented
And 15y learn love the best peace nr l lesions yet- tur." After wandering about for several history which his inquisitive neighbors plea3ure. bell and ordered "the cold turkey pie.11 I
- To always he contented. hours, in great and increasing per- sought in vain to unravel. "Varona," .. Paul Feval is another indefatigable, After considerable delay the footman
there would Ixs world plexity, I suddenly espied a rocky emi ;.it was thought, was an assumed name. and delightful novelist.. He is now preparing returned with the tale that "the ruts had l
Then pleasant
And plcncant folks n be in it. nence rising before me from among the He died a few years since, and his bodywas ; for the Journal des Debats, and devoured it." "Ah !" said the old lady
Th day would pass' morn pleasantly trees, to which I immediately directedmy disinterred nnd carried to foreign I for L-Epogue, two novels whose mysterious : "the rats areJenny and Sarah/'- j
. To ihi who thus begin it; steps. Imagine my astonishment, parts by strangers, about four months titles, "La Ruittnnce de min- "Madam, said Curran : that surely can ,i
: And all the nameless borrowed grievancesBn.nght on gaining an opening among the trees, I after, in a leaden coffin. The Duke was uit," "Le Fils du Diable," it is said will] be no matter of aurprise to you ;'since, !
: Would prove on as by certainly they. trouplcs are. at seeing before me, upon the summitof an accomplished nrtist and very'fond of excite the greatest curiosity. time out of mind, the Jenny Saiuha(Jaq- .;

A mas of empty bubbles. the hill! mentioned, the mouldering pencil drawings. Robert Randolph, Another remarkable man in Eugene izaries) have been Turky pierats. (pima. }
ruins of an old fort! Motionless with Esq ,has now'in his possession an admirable Scribe, who, while he is drawing tears tes. ) r
[FOR TIlE NEWS.] surprise for a moment, I then hastily likeness of Preston Willis, donein from all eyes by his operas, or making + ". t'
JACKSONVILLE, April 3d, 1846.. ascended, the hill, which was about crayon by the Duke. The Duke was every body laugh with his witty vaudevilles A curious elopement took place,. *. i
Dere Job-Wen I lececved your 2 eighty feet high. At the top an unexpected also an excellent shot, and the identi- is always unmoved, a smile nev- few days since, in this city. The par
letters sich feclins tok pussession of sight presented itself. For an cal gun 'with which he committed such er,disturbs'the smoothings of his face, ties were a very youngand good looking '
my stomich and vibrated thare, as no area of about sixty feet long and fifty havoc among the partridges, is now the and the most touching scenes of his own man, and a rather old and good looking ,

words in my dickshunary can diskribe, abroad, the earth was covered with pie- property of Wm. Dulany, Esq., und is composition fail to qxcite him. Labor maiden. The lady was rich, an.'t't
unless they are put tugether a little different ces of stone of all shapes and sizes, intermixed highly prized by him.. I Jiave often has made him pale. His income is the gentleman poor. The friends .

from enny I ever seed afore-but, with a variety of rubbish, heard James Deshiclds] of Warrenton, said to be a hundred thousand livres a the former, her brothers, sisters, and .;.
they have so menny new and quare inventions among which were fragments of cannon, a man bent with years, boasting of having year, to which his pen adds' another nieces, objected to the match, but the .
now a days that they can do swords ajid muskets so far eaten by the made for Louis Phillippe a pair of hundred thousand. He expends only maid had set her heart on it,'and"'so Jl

most anything they've a mindto, and tooth of time, as scarcely to be recog- fair top boots at JG3 10, Virginia cur- about thirty thousand. Not content. ran away to Philadelphia, where thd. '
words seems to have different meenins nized. For a considerable space around rency.-Baltimore Republican.A with the two dozen operas and vaudevilles bridal knot wan properly tied. We .
prom wot they used to shave, when you the fort were vestiges of buildings, he writes a year, he must needs have heard of romantic boarding school '
and I wus "oung-fur now a days they which must have fallen long before the KENTUCKIAN CLAIMING compose four volumes of other mat .misses running away with old men, bu{
call a feller a christian if he only does fort itself, for they were almost buried PRECEDENCE OF A COUNT.We I never before of a young man eloping '
all the forms of the meetin, even if he in the earth. One half of a wall of the were yesterday shown a letter ters.The Paris correspondent of the Na- with an old maid. So says a cotempo ,

cheets his naybor the next day, and none fort was still standing, and the rest-ap from a young, gentleman-a native of, tional Intelligencer, speaking of Michelet rary but the fact is the thing has been
of cm dont seem hessytate about run- peared not to have been long prostrate. Kentucky who is now in Rome, to his the greatest historian of France, done a thousand times and more too.-
nm each other down, quick as his back After removing some ofthe rubbish and friends in this State. He gives graphic says that he has lately published a volume JV.. Y. Globe.
turned, like a passel of leckshunccr- finding rust-eaten arms of all kinds, description of his journey from Paris under the title of "The People."- I
ers, but fur my part I cant see nothinin which I have to describe, found an old thither, and recitesone amusing incident Michelet began life in poverty, and has A new prophet, named Strang, at
the bible like this, so I recun they musket barrel which had not sufferedso of travel, which is worth transcribing.He rsen.: He holds the chair of Historyand Vorce, Wisconsin, has been acknowl

must got some new rool to go bye. much from rust as, to prevent me J states that in the boat in which he Ethics in the College of France.He .- edged by one portion: of the Mormon, .
My luvin frend you cant contrive from decyphering, several Spanish travelled on the Rhone, from Lyons to is a remarkable man, and the prideof as the head ot the church. The IVIbr e
how internelly orful I did feel wen I swords, and a date-1539. Thus was Avignon, he was half famished with his countrymen.. The histoiy of the mons are flocking to Vorce in great
hecrn about your skrape with Sal Oa- the enigma solved. The ruins beforeme cold, and nearly whole starved with French is not yet completed.The numbers. It is to be the gathering .
key, and I feel real owtradgous about it were those of an ancient Spanishfort. hunger. He tried a bribe to the cook, place of this strange people, except the
for feer she might have ingured your and entreaty with the captain-but neither Navies of th. World.-The following Twelve and their adherents' now on
branes by that obnockious hit she fetch J was so much enraptured with my availed him in obtaining a dinner. is an abstract of a Report of the their way to California, over,the Rocky
ed on your head, and I do consider you discovery that the situ was setting before After pacing the deck for some time, : Secretary of the Navy, transmitting, in Mountains. James J. Strung is a law' 0 ."
sarrid her jist rite.I I remembered that I was many mentally calling anathemas on the headsof compliance with a resolution ofthe Senate yer of considerable eminence in the I
cmagine tho that the most kewrious miles from any dwelling. After a lit- all Frenchmen in general, and the the following in relation to the mar- west, and owns, an immense tract of .
part of your letter wu ware you tell tle reflection I determined to pass the surly boat captain in particular whose itime power of each of the nations of {land, the capital of which is Vorce. ",

about messcrmerison and freenolojy- night among*the ruins, and, being very passenger he was, he hurried down to the world:- j
but consarn me if they havent got a tar- weary, accordingly lay down by the the cabin, for the purpose of getting a Great Britain has (exclusive of 14 The Hickman, Ky., Standard says, .
nashun more surprisin, thing iuventid soundest part qf the standing wall.- segar and puffing it instead of blowingup sailing vessels and 22 steamers in the "A lady residing within fifty miles' of
down in this place and I beleeve the There to his astonish- this place has lecently given birth to_
But, tired as I was, the novelty of my captain. Indian navy, 26 contract mail steamers, .
call it sense or some such outlandish situation forbade sleep for several hours. ment, and not without exciting his envy under control of government, and 72 four sons within aii hour. They have'been
name as that, and if you wus only to My thoughts carried me back to the he found: a tallow faced Russian Coux'tCount revenue cutters-total, 134 vessels carrying named Polk, Dallas, Texas: and :
cum acrost it once I emagine be Crluf discussing a fine Oregon, and all are in a thriving con4iition. ..
youd centuries past, when now fallen Spain, -- very 4,718 guns) m commission, 371 -
uncondishunal more astonishid, than was in all the pride of strength and dinner) the obsequious captain standing vessels carrying guns; building and in I ;

you wus* wen you heern about the oth- greatness% -when her ships hel4 almost behind his chair-apparently honored ordinary, 300 vessels, mounting 15,054 The following was one of the toast '
ers. these distantseas with being permitted to act as his waiter."I .
exclusive total 671 vessels 19-
possession mounting
guns; given at the celebration of the An iver;*
Theyve had some tall siferin and tal and returned to.her laden, with the thought, said the young Kentuckian 772 guns, manned by 40,000 men; of of Franklin's the
'k. in here lately all about makin a rode, shining wealth which proved "Hispa- casting a scowl at the Captain, who which vessels 121 are steamers. sary of New York birth-day by printers ;."

acrost a bog theyve got down here, I nia's curse"-whon the spot that I layon understood and could speak :i little bro France has in commission 187-ves- Wm. H. Enos.: The
dont- onderstand it ecksactly, but I the of life ken English-"I thought you had toldme sels and By newspaper .
was scene busy or answered carrying 4,157 guns; building borrower-A poorly made vpform, vlth A
hecrn. em..talking. about. .. so menny- feet. to the tread of the solitary sentinel that you- did.. not-.furnish. your passengers in ordinary, 129 vessels,4,625'guns; to- blank head, a_body _so full! of errors tha '
ana so menny loads 1 cant see into it, pacing the rounds in fancied security with dinner 1" tal, 316 vessels, 8,782 guns; manned, by the devil would find it difficult to correct ,
but I speculate they meen to fill it up till perhaps the grasp. of the wild "Pardonne, monsieur; said the captain 27,554men. of which vessels] 37 are it. ,- -a 0(;.
feet. Then sais the "dis be not ebery body : : <'".
/with sum corpyra- savage taught him his danger, and his passenger steamers. I ..
I shun ort to pay fur it, just bccors they warning cry, echoed by the shrill war- he be one grandJRussian! Count." Russia has, (exclusive of the Caspian Jin uo.-A printer,_'t. t,
want it tojnake there lots and things whoop, aroused his brave companionsto "And what the hell if he be 1" said fleet,) combining those in commission, says the Alton,Democratic Union j may .
worth more, but the corpyrashun tells death in the the Kentuckian, ,who was as ardent asa ;
unequal '
meet a bloody building, ordinary, &c., 179 vessels, commonly be. found securely itcrvred :
them, if they want to have it done jst struggle.] Bat I fell asleep, at last, and Western sun could make him-"lf he 5,976.guns,manned by 59,000 men, of away in his subscriber's po kets. /.1. :.
to do it as soon as they feel able to pay awaking by times next morning, was be a Count 'I'm a Kentuckian : Pd liketo which'vessels 7 are steamers. b ___ ,

for it, and then sich queer faces as they fortunate enough,after hours of,toilsome know which should rank" higher 1" The'United, jSfates have:in commission "Where you see them kind of Stlfurt. . t.
put on I never did see afore, speshully uncertain travel to reach home.- "Pardonne. monsieur, said the captain
and 47 vessels, and 1,155 guns, build you see no. Dogs.-A version of the old t
, one feller, who sais the corpyrashun ort The next day,>with my companion, I returned -"You be a Kentwhatdat! "be ing and inlordinary, &c.,'30 vessels, and dog and sausage story has lately bee r, ..
: to'do it-jist because wen he belongedto to the fort, marking the way after title'or"one nobleman American, eh 1,190guns, ; total\ 77 vessels, (of which started andisgoing the rounds.-fer .
the corpyrashun and dident own en- We however learned nothingmore I "No, said the Kentuckian,-"that and '
us. 5,are war steamers,) 2,325 guns, it'is : I
!ny truck up that way he:was oposed to aqd the day after returned to is' the title of an American sovereign i manned by 8,723 men. The. exclusiveof A J lady in Porkopolis,a few days s teefj i'
it, and said ,it mussent be done with the Tampa.Such. "Ah!I" said the little French captain, the United States revenue. vessels, having purchased' some sausage of &; '. .

public money-so I cant see wot its going ,. sir, is the discovery I have shrugging,up his shoulders, and bowing consisting of 13 'soiling"vessels, total : couple of boys, overheard them quarrel*, ;"
to cum to.. of down his head-:-"ah excusez, monsieur vessels : ..
made; and having an opportunity tonnage 1,443; eight steam total ling about the \
'Thevetber is gitten fust, rate here of it -pardonn I I did no,know you be, 'monel"f .
ilOr-the whole
sending you a description: by my 1 tonnage 3, mounting Give me half on t, says orie ., ;
now, and all the birds, and trees" and friend, Mr. Rawson, who is going to one'gran1 noblemans.;but now I get you I"61 guns, and manned by 769 men. "No I won't," says the'other S
-sich like is i ,puttin out,and begins to Tallahassee in'a fcw days I/have improved ditiner'toute suite,' ,and in due time the I 'Now'that ain't fair, youkaow'taiet,. : .. ,

look quite' green. I suppose youve it:in the foregoing., Should any dinner was brought-v--to wbic'hwith the'additi "Pro.fanitylelJuked.1 .';THe Iptfge of JoeJor..haJf. pnp was mi e." !' I""
heern how they tried some ,time ago to gentleman in your vicinity wish to..visit <<;>>B of a bottle of sparkling hock, l\Iass"f It is eedlesstQsaythatlladyLrelishing 'l 1
Odd 'FeUoV8.iJi Bridgewater,.
wise: .troppycul plants here, but. they ,the fort, I vill gladly accompany. them the young Kentuckian did i ample justice.He have passed; .the'following, resolution the idea of eatingpupy a .

coud'nt make em grow. I suppose the as a'guide.. \. land ble instance roC the which 1 J.
an respect ;
or the wether xvasent contageous Respectfully yours &c.; and, .unprovoked vice f ,. not !induced I
to cm, but now I believe one of cm isspringin .:, ,, J.: H. SINGLETON.Comiznent .. American'name inspires abroad, as that' anyjtcmptation of honor or.gain,a breach "Why is'the'Ohio ,River'like w ..: '
him. 0. Delta. J
occasioilbrdedt9\ -'JV. '
Up again, ,and begins tp look Austrian : of common .decency: ,and ,courtesy; Jn fqrtnnate drunkardl" "Bec uJe ic ii1ie > I
Quite green, and if this.pesky insecb to, 4merica.-The'MoreeV Why do'husbands"'now- a: day :"dis*' the* common intercourse. of' ,man. 'with' so much WonongaAtla1) that, it.'p itn. ; f i
lint git on it, I suppose t.11 do better Government. has adopted recommend' thata brother Wheding receives 'JAckJij iitCincinnati 4 : -
and along I
abroad\ man
S like heir:wives to ,
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but.I dont know 'wot they mean lo American. ..Magnetic Telegraph, preference go ,.
.. Because never leave tjieir home :who -is .h .habituated,: : :the disgraceful and,'Falls' at LouUvilk/jr*"iv" '
ihey. '' .
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l THE NEWS.JACKSONVILLE ceedcd the latter, and at the time of the dicalion -of. the _interest. which the Governments :I an honorable., compromise. could be cf I priation for 'a kunki itr9nd a
t, I cession of Flo rid a"to_".tEe, United,States_ ; of England] ,and France feel in j jbringing fected. <- ground from }{ lucky to the Ca '

APRIL 3, 1846.Q7 ._J_,_ these Bahama wreckers were practising ; about. t h is result l and their reasons In regard. to those who declared bat for the purpose of enabling 1 the met
"- --w from Ohio Mr. Schcnck
( )to,
their equivocal trade with great suc j for,the sa m c. :The Loudon Times the convention of 1813'and renewed in .,his odoriferous friends. This. g ietrr Q'itert

cess. The dancers of the coast enabled, of the 11th ult. alludes to the recent 1S27, was wrong in policy, Mr. CAL- of come words that'had- passed bets_ t

them to practise impositions which revolution of PASEDES, and to the strong nOUN, was of opinion that they were F. and :!\Jr. S. In debate. K .-

might appear incredible at the present probability of.-a change of the present greatly mistaken. The position of mat \Schenck, dcm:1ndedvhetl1e,it

The election- 'for Militia: officers day. It is related that the charge made, form of Government z in Mexico to that ters at that time was such that there was DIr meant Fries as, said the member he would from gas Ohio,

throughout the ,State, will take placeon by ihem for piloting a vessel through, of a monarchy. It observes that if this was no alternative between the convention demand out of the House.: \ eti tle

Monday next, the 6th inst. the reefs, varied from two to three thousand revolution were merely the expulsion of and war. We must either have The Committee will report a rtsOlq..

The polls will be opened at 10, A. M. dollars, and that the only choice one. soldier of fortune by another. there gone to war in 1818 and 1827, or have lion in fatter of a demand by thePr .

at the Court House in this town, and left was tho.being forced to run ashore. would be in it* little I to interest the European acquiesced in the hostile claims of Great her dent upon Mexico, for the fulfilment/]

will be closed at 5 P. M. Messrs. Until 1825, when Congress establisheda I P ubiic. But file position of Britain. Our statesmen at that time treaty stipulations.\WASHINGTON, March

WOOD, GUNBY and HOLLAND, are Inspectors collection district at Key West, vessels ;, Mexico' with the United States, and that were unable to obtain a compromise on A remarkable notice- was btTea' 19..

of Election. under British colors continued to of the United States with England, Tender the basis of 49o, and wisely! chose to Mr. Allen, in the Senate, this morn' ?

carry: goods from wrecks to the ports of it important. It alludes to the spirit preserve the matter in abeyance. as Chairman of the Committee oa F?
(Q DAn election for Intendant Affairs wit '
: an the British West Indies. Complaints of aggrandizement in the U. States, .'\Ir. CALHOUN thinks i 'the question eign to :
and Six Councilmen for this to'n"ill; J I That Monday next, as soon }
as t
of impositions on the part of wreckers, and to tli3 necessity of establishing a t should be settled without Bela y. The morning business was '
take lace.on
Monday next the 6th inst. fit
The Polls P will be opened at the Council and unjust awards of salvage, inducedCongress monarchy in Mexico to make head'' interests of both nations and of the world \ would ask the Senate to g O into Exec' a.

i in the year 1828, to establishan against the. powerful Union of Repub require it. As long} as the matter is at': tire session upon a most important 1 sub
Room at 9 A. M. and closed 4 P. M.Messrs. I
U. S. Court at Key West, with admiralty lies. The conduct of GUIZOT, and his I issue Mexico will calculate the chances : ject, which demanded immediate( attention -
L .A.A. CA. ROBECT JJ\CK and would
OVA, perhaps
jurisdiction. Notwithstandingthis recent declarations against 11 t eStates United j of rupture between us and Great Brit-' occupy four or
end MIBK BUTTS of Elec fwe days.Somp .
are Inspectors I
tion. immense losses have been sufferedby are commented on with approbation. ain. The Oregon question put at rest, i suppose that this matter reJaL, l.

the commercial world upon these The Times draws the conclusionthat :i we can easily dispose of our difii c airier 7 to \Icxico-others that it has some con

(Q The Annual Meeting of the Presiytery dangerous reefs. It is not only hinted PAREDES is not ambitious for the with Mexico i t! ncction with our relations with- Croat-....-

of Florida, commenced yesterday that the wreckers make business for Supreme Sdetermination ', and that it is his As the matter now stands there is only Britain.

: the 2nd lest in the Presbyterian i themselves, but that captains and mates to establish a monarchyin 1 the alternative between a compromise WASHINGTON,March 21.
i Neither House was in session
Church at Madison. I are frequently willing to share with Mexico.Yet and war. Mr. CALIIOUN declares himself day. yester

:: them the salvage awarded. A convenient we are i inclined to think that thisconsummation : in favor of compromise. Peace is a The House of Representatives had
. ..r ; ttr'Ve: beg leave to call the ten- ,
r I I way is thus offered for disposing so d delectable to the haters : > positive good and war a positive evil. the evening before, terminated one of
tion of those who have the i j I
;/._ :.' unhappy I I! of.old vessels and worthless cargoes, of democratic institutions, is not so There is nothing to call, for war. We the most, remarkable struggles. ere
- ; faculty of forgetting small debts to the
i known there. The result was the final
x.,x and the large sums 'repeived for insurance very near as the Times is inclined to can compromise,and that too terms
;:. fact, that In a few weeks the greater i upon passage of the Harbor and River Bill by
'...- part of our subscribers will have received amply 1 compensate for the risk wish The acts of PAKEUES exhibit which can secure us every possible ad a vote of 410 to 91. The debate has

their and trouble. him, on the contrary, to possess an arbitrary vantage. But if war was necessary he been of long continuance and great
for a and that hardly
:<'.. paper year, The greater part of the losses suffered will, and that his determinationis would be one of the last to flinch. Mr.CALHOUN warmth on this Bill, and the voting on
sixth of
one them have as paid
': i here must be attributed, however, to rather to secure a despotism for him draws a vivid comparison between the several jtems occupied three days
their subscription. Though! the sum and half.
: a
: the dangerous navigation of the reefs self than tranquility for the 1?co P lc. He the blessings we should derive
demanded The President is invoked
!.: :. is small yet it is from the to put his
and to the want of Light Houses has dismissed ALMONTE the most talon from a continuance of and the
alongthe the whole
:::::C' aggregate of these small sums that the peace, veto on measure.
,<, ; paper is conducted. Our terms are in coast. The light at Cape Florida ted man in his Cabinet, and all his recent horrors we shall experience from a protracted .I Mr. Allen's notice of an executive

: -: advance, and we have lived in hopes is in a particularly) lamentable condition, acts show that he resolved to suffer war. We should in no possiblecase communication on an important subject,
. and nd one to interfere with his authority. which he was not'at liberty to name,
f notwithstanding the derive from the latter
- :. that there would be no necessity for many repie- advantage turns out to relate! neither to Mexico'
.' J sentations that !have been made on tlcsub'ect whilo at the end of ten a public
., years but to with
, making a particular application to every Moreover PAREDES is not disinterested. nor England, a treaty Belgium -
.1. i. delinquent for the small amount due Congress has not yet seen fit debt of five hundred millions would rest t t which Mr. Serrys, the Belgian]
He and ALMONTE rival candidates
J.., "We to make any provision.An were as an incubus upon the people, a mortgage I :Minister, wishes to take out with him,
. trust that friends will
;,,',," our not immense of wreaked for the Presidency with HE&1 f.i=:. 1 wait to be dunned,-and that they will amount property The latter succeeded, and the disappointed upon the industry of the poor, who But public expectation i is 'raised on
is carried into alone .
annually cst would have
i KcyY to
= remember that editors and printers devils united in tiptoe by the passage of :Mr. Daj"ton'srcsolution
.x and during the last there politicians fomenting GALHOILN' remarked that if
; can't live on air. year were : we the answer to which: will
( ;.-r.w:I nearly three hundred men engaged in a revolution against him. PAREDES obtained succeeded our success would be fatalto come on 1londa S The ana\ver will

-r-. 1'II11ITI KOJIINATIOXS. the business. The writer of the article power, and, as soon as he had es our liberty. The war would impartin shear what the President's views and

t.: :1 We perceive that there are three candidates j I is disposed to think favorably of the inhabitants tablished himself, sent ALMONTE, who the people a love of military glory position arc upon the Oregon question,

",'- .l 1 in the field for the office of Major of the -:eefs, and deems them certainly deserved to share with {him, which would be hostile to our present and may have some influence ,on the final '
of the Senate
I vote the
. = : General of the first Division, Major\ not insensible to human suffering, notwithstanding adrift. Thus though we think there is little institutions. Military chieftains would upon- notice.
,2" "
t JOHN G. CAMP, CHARLES &. DUPONT, their greediness of moneyAt to fear from P AJEDEsyet there is much arise who would contend for Supreme !\'EV: ORLEANS, March 17.

.and Col. WILLIAM BAILEY. The names least no one has ever charged them, to fear from European intrigues. If the power, and we might then present the Late Ire::: Texas.-By the arrival I,

'of A. K. ALLISON, Capt. JAMES SCOTT, with the brutality which has been exhi Mexicans of their own free will resolve yesterday morninqof the steamship
spectacle of unhapIcxico., Ji:. CAL- .Alabama! Ct p t. Wmdle, we have Galveston -
Y ? 'Col. MINOR WALKER, and Dr. JOHN M. bited by the. wreckers of the North. their J government into a monarchy, we tioL:t drew picture of our present prosperous dates up to the 14th inst., Saturday -

s. G. HUNTER, arc before ihe public forthe I The outrages which have been lately should not be \veil warranted in resist- i condition. If we avoided war last.

{ office of Brigadier General of the I published as committed by those dwelling ingYet the danger comes from another by an honorable conpromise there were Among the passengers by the A 1 abami -

2nd Brt b ode. Major i CAMP, is well 1 upon the coast of New Jersey, havenever FOUICC. England and France shall no limits!i to our advancement. Wewere was General Houston, now on his

known for his gallant conduct duringthe been attributed to the wreckers not interfere to plant a monarchy on our in wato Washington, as United i States
wan, increasing population at the annual Senator front Texas. He was seen i in
last war with England. In the bat I of the Florida i'ccfs.Ever I borders, upon the! ruins of a republic.We rate of six hundred thousand. In our streets yesterday with a Mexicanblanket

r tles of Black Rock, Chippewa, and shall then have a word to say in twenty five yearsve should number on, and attracted not a little at

fund Y Lane,he eminently! distinguished A JTIOXABCISY! IN JJEXf O. the matter. And as long as French tention. We do not hear any thing of
Y arrival from Mexico brings usstartling forty millions, and be spread from Ocean General Rusk; the other Senator. ,He
himself. In the I 1 latter action he had papers advocate the placing a French :
g ... intelligence of intrigues brewing to Ocean. If we abide by our constitutional may probably go on by the Red River
two horses shot under him, and for his Prince upon the' throne of Mexico, we
that l principles we shall! exhibit a spectacle route, as his residence is in Eastern
in all
bravery received most flattering testimonials i- unhappy country, havinga have certainly! a right to be suspicious Texas. I
such as the world
never aw.-
from Gens. SCOTT, Buow;, Ic-I common end,-and we presume a of European interference.. Between the two continents of the old] Important Report.We learn bv "
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COMB & common origin."r e have long since extract from a- letter, received
: JTIK. c.I:3IIIIOUlv3PtLCII: OX THE world shall the by a
we secure
remarked in the pommerce commercial house
suggestions government yesterday from Gal
The other candidates arc well known OlEGO"i.
of and France and influence of both. And this is only veston, and dated on the 14th inst. that
organs England ,- On the 16th ult. Mr. CALIIOUN ad- ,
and l
we reason to
every 1 to be effected b once. If by the schr. Mary Shields from Iatamo.10s .
that it would be yP war ,
for the peace of dressed the Senate in behalf of the :
that they will be highly acceptable l to res- we become great we cannot be free bound to New York,put into Galveston -
the world, that a monarch were placed olution for the notice, then pending before ;
the people. We feel confident that the i If will be both a few days since in distress. Thecaptain
we and frqe
First Division will elect a Major Gene upon the throne of the Montezurnas, that bod-. His speech is stated is great ,our policy reports the American Consul

ral that will 1 do credit to the Militia of accompanied invariably with denunciations to be the most successful effort of that peace.CBXSUS Matamoros, J. P. Schatzell, E!qy in
the robber OF OCA GE COU.XTV. prison at that place, accused by the aar
Middleand West Florida. against spirit of the great man, and reaps testimonials of
From the returns made of the census thorities of corresponding Gen.
In our own Division Major\ JAMES G. United States, and attempts to excite approbation from every portion of the Taylor at Corpus Christi. In additionto
taken last
it"'appcars that the total
COOPEE and Gen. JOSEPH M. HERNANDEZ the jealousy of the European public Union, without distinction of party or year, this, we learn verbally! that a Mexican i-
number of inhabitants in the of
are...candidates for the office of Major against us. It was evident that these interests. Its views are said to be a County who was the bearer of despatches
were merely fcelors model of the Orange, at that time was 795. Of from Mr. S. nt lat amoros to Gen.
General. Dr. CHARLES BYRNE and ,-designed not only statesmanship,-showing ,
these there were: Taylor at Corpus Christi had been shot
a Col. ISAIAH D. HART are candidates for 1 to ascertain, but also to mould popular manner in which we may secure an ,
by authorities
White males-over 21, 4S at the former I
the office of Brigadier General of the will,-and it was evident, from the honorable peace, and at the same time under 21 on his return. It isalso said-that 8DOO

4th Brigade,-Col. SANCHEZ, having declined beginning, that it was the intention of obtain all our just rights. Its effects 35 Mexican troops are stationed there. I
White females
the nomination. those governments to interfere in the are perceptible among all classes,-and -over 21, 23 There was a rumor in town yester-f

matter and impose upon the Mexicans the merchant and the farmer are entering under 21, 23 day, to the effect that Mr. Sljdfill himself -

FLORIDA tt'BECKSKS.In : whether they would or not, a monarchy upon their duties for the year with Slaves-males. 42 had been thrown into prison, .but,
females] this undoubtedly! took its rise from the
the March number of the Southern 24
with all its latest improvements, as imported renewed vigor and enterprise, and with above. Should it
turn out that Mr,
; Literary Messenger we find an article from the old world We supposed increased confidence, in the ability of From the returns made at the same : Schatzell has really been incarceratedat

"l on the Florida Reefs and their i inhabitants the lfexicansvere too fond of liberty the great men who discharge the affairs time of the amount of taxable propertyin Matamoros, Gen. Taylor cannofc

which presents some items of information to permit of tho least encroach of f government. Marion count}', it appears there were: reach the vicinity of that city with too\

that be of Interest 1st rate land, 17,812 great speed. We have hear may ment upon their own rights, and that Mr. CALIIOUN, will under no circum
overt acts committed
While'Florida was in the possession of I not, even the suspicion of the thing stances consent to vote for an absolute 2nd rate land, 22,4183d of]late-one of which by was the the Mexipaos shotting

Spain, it is well known that the whole! would be allowed in their country. Unfortunately notice He is of opinion that the bearings rate land, 86. ,550 of a young American trader name.d Burner t

coast of our State, with all the Islands for them, foreign intriguershave of the measure have considerably Slaves, ; 67 at Perote, on the principal! ground t!

and reefs adjoining, was infested with been too powerful. Mexico is changed since the recommendation of Cattle of residents over that he was in Texas during her early

Pirates and freebooters of every nation.The fearfully indebted,-it contains too,many the Executive in his late message that 100 head, in No. 475 struggle for liberty-and now it is stated .e !

difficulty of navigation affordedthem ambitious and notice be Carriages. and Sulke .'s, in value, 50 that one of our Consuls has been :
unprincipled politicians given immediately. At that thrown into prison on no other plea thaa I II
a security which enabled them to who are ever desirous of a chain !e. time the President was under conviction Amount raised. by taxation, Jj> 493. I that he has been in correspondence ,

drive. their' murderous. trade to immense Thus there has been a plenty. of material that the offer of the parallel of 49 (Correspondence of the Charleston Courier.) with Gen. Ta t lor. We !'have said so. I

profit. It appears that the Spanish fleet, I to work upon, and. we are now reaping I II to the British Minister having been rejected WASHINGTON, March 18. often that our Government- should cometo

returning from Mexico in the year 1715, : the results... no compromise could be effected Mr. Archer made a brief speech on should some have understanding with 1 Mexico: :
lost on the reefs number of vessels, El Journal of influence which the Oregon question, and in favor ofconciliation a and final settlement I
I.I Tiempo, a we ought i to accept. The whole. and and Mr. with her of all difficulties-that we

containing mush- treasure. To r -overisthe.sp41nish published in'the' city of Mexico, came bearing of the message showed that the Niles look the,floor compromise for to-morrow., have become sick i of the sub J est. Gran

r government.fitted out out openly with a proposition that a President supposed no compromise The Senate spent some time in executivesession. ted ,that Mexico is weak, powerless] --

An expeditionvhich, met with_ great sue- Bourton Prince, be selected by,the Mexicans .- whatever cduld be made. But the public yet no one can allow a snarling puppyto
.d ess and from that time Spaniardsengaged I -- In the House the River and Harbor be continually! snapping at his,heelf
many and _that a monarchy should .be opinion of our own country and..Eu'rope without ,
kicking him out of the at
in.tbe. business, and ,amassed a es b lis Ned.. The_ ..paper and its editor had at the moment of the introduction Bill was taken up, and many nm nd- last. way
ments were offered and voted .
vast deal of ,property, These were at- were forthwith_ : expelled by the populace of the measured the Senate u on.P -
.. Some of these, were offered in_ jest, or By the present of represent-
.tocked.. ,._ .a.}l d. defeated by the, English, ,hut enough was done, to show that materially! changed the position of the by, way of personal assault and abuse. tion, a majority of system the House, of.CO J4mons

:j ITWJJ the-Island of Jamaica: who plundered European. agents had 'been 'tampering? q ues tloti. The,language of-Sir ROBERT Mr.. Culver moved an appropriation is actually! elected by not more

.".them of oil:their P ro P crt Y. Anther h the- -various' elements of power in PEEL and.of,: Lorjl JOHN RrfssELC; in the for improving Salt River, for rowing the I I than one-fifth of the registered electors ,

and. 'more.powerful l band.of. ,Eug&h t -. that unsettled country. By .the: last- arrival : House:Commons were" ,not to be mis New stream.Hampshire' democrats up that of Great Britain!r or about one thirty-' '

wreckers frpm the B.a m a'_s, cue- from1 Europe'we h..eve. .ano, ,her',iri*'> taken. .There. was now' .no. do" u b t''that Mr. Fries, of Ohio, moved an"appro th'a lotion ,.


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ArhQM MEXICO.\ GREAT BATTLE IN INDIA. From Persia 'we'hear that the cholera TT. ., L_ .. ;,- :4----- -4-M.- -. - -=, ,' ".:"'-'.
the arrival of the P. Souls, Capt. TViirty-TArcc Hundred British and Jttzi're is raging rCOMS".CATJ' : ] nTlwo:: FrItJ. .THOMAS: ; \WlIONEf .. .t..,
By furiously. America biting man, star* in *poetical line, propW _hi"| Mm .
innmince, a* m Oi.tiJatfr
from Havana, xvehavc dates; / Troops Killed and Wounded and Queen Victoria if ) l ; .. ; t i
DelraiUe, and Prince Albert, IH" jn snid, ilnit sb! would fI\.nt'I"Uyecli"! : *" Major 9thTecItis!"ltvtF: .. Miflt, "
&e 3d from the city of Mexico. Retorted Loss of Thirt ..Tho.usand will, it is said, after her, accouchmcnt the-muiherrncntry i, 'autifid' production*: ihep'rsnn nrTL\t:: Frie.U J' C.&nE1JAMIN-nof .J'
further has transpired m retard Sikhs at .lIo dked and Fcroztshah. visit.France. who made tI *n1Inon, mint indeed 'lmv 1.1NsiDnounce .
Nothing The Duke and him randitlatA fur
Duchess .l. ; :. ac Brijr"dw _
een a for have ._
propbct we )look -
only to in th
reception of \1r= Slid lIihe Our advice fro since of Nemours Generator 3d Division. ..
to the > Bombay, the arc to repair to London to ".N.11' ur 'last weekt, se* it priliellJt..yunel nil' ) tlMecaBtir. .composing the Militia .

}Iexicm papers being silent on thcsnbCt. sailing of lh# steamship Cambria, come accompany them. ronl rover*};.,and what mu.t I lie truly grntifjrirr n.-.ton nail nr Columbia I cLwr Levr.1dariuo...
down to 17 and In to Americans. this) brilliant ,, linUborough. .
,January furnish accounts one year, ending 5th Jan., 1SAG production I.iimhja" 1'1''C -- _. _
J dismissal ot General Almonte of of the battlesever a nnme. which must forever; 'live tin, tbo r .
one 229,211
The greatest quartcis of wheat and wheat beart Town tots for Sxile. 0' 'lj
every patriot. Wn| '. that rend *t. did noterln .. '
(rom the War Department and the ap- fought by the British in our Indian flour were imported into England from r thrill,nf pride fur Ii.coulluwh..n be Mondayf III J... 1C4. 4 .
peru"cd FT!HE:
intment of Gen. Tornel to the post, Empire, in which we have sustained the Canada.A the firt lines- : A ad'.ni..rwm.t'U j following vso plots" -

artfully confirmed, and arc considered known loss of 3,300 of our brave sol fleet of steamers is to assemble in "Sh never' blamed him never; iTho I!-ill..otgiutirnl on the first|., shunted Monday!i.. Jn tk Juno' town i.f, Jackson-, -

the most important items of political diers, including the gallant Sale, Sir J.l'Ca&kill the Spring for exercise in the Channel. ber eye wns not *.. bright;" action. in fmnt of th. Cnm !lm,' .next in hat at'public place.

intelligence from :u eXlCO. :\ and Major Broadfoot.An Some of the Birmingham manufacturers \Vb" ever .*w'chri.tian fi.rbe mnc move pbin. i Pint :\". 1, mailed a* to| JW 0,in Mock.NnU,'

In view of the speedy meeting of the Extraordinary Gazette gives the have memorialized Sir Robert lv diaplnyeil. than in this cne: she (pn.bal Ivnnnn I office"" mp of tho nf lb" l"n '*J'ck-imvill.vfiKl inh) .:
:. |) nttarh nn blame! fn Kim ..WlteV4'r.) ,nltho count Clerk. Said; -rlt U .,It ,he. I
with the official of -
charged forming account all the military Peel in favor of the abolition South, '
of the "h *' of Newnan
Congress oper- duty "r 4 Constitution, the press was anxiously ations in this great struggle. On the on tin and, copper ores. ?rent RmiCli,,". fur bright eye* are very envi"bl.. iKMnff the lot whereon Mr. Woud'a 'flr| now.
discussing the grave questions of po : 12th, 13th and 14th of December the According to the German rhin;c. nnd hnv" been the them1 of muny (pn.t.; stand. .

hey involved.! One party insists:; upon i Sikh army crossed the Sutlej, with, at there is now raging in newspapers several] "Ittubtlpsrf.! with thn 4r..e wh ffn nlon r'pmill' know deeply gym.1MhIb ,.. Plot n* Lot No.NIL 2, market 1. un block on the 2. Uv SaM.i'iil.;referred .
I ftc cnn the vnhienfrie on -
('jainttining the existing form of govcrn- the lowest estimate, 80,000 men (of parts of Russia a violent disease among ) .4' howjtchinjr tltinj) y A* wn Jtuve almost the North \V.trorQ..r..f MmLet and Bay streets,

), nt,El Memorial! Historoco, La Refor- !I I whom 20,000 or 30,000 were cavelry) cattle, similar: in every respect to the 1nenn4rinrt1. Krrnme WpIvjntere in tb<. heroine Uinjr the lot whereon Mr. Maxey' Boarding.
'ma and El Monitor being its organ j i and about 150 cannon of the largest cal) cholera. of tlii) unrivalled "piece...hnj' the niilhor,"in- Housft now stand -. .. .

On the other hand, El Tiempo and La I'I ibre moveable in the fieldA The idea broached by the London I, leg n'nlm4 he hu ken culled hi awn! l.y."Anffep* wlnnpera"tn ..11thih..t Both plou bidder will be nh snld.4 Iui,.fin' the with day!MI named tenenVnunnd t<>
more fitting: :$! *pIi.c. will dC'in RIM) toinfwm iy. .
fj v** urge that the only possible hone fierce conflict ensued, in which the Times of the re-establishment, of monarchy IIC whnt their cnli r wa_. appurtenance* thereon. The term wilt be .
for" the safety of the country is the adoption S khs lost the artillery attached to their : jn Mexico has been received, up- But the 'OCII of horeyeV bri:iitness was nol her made. aMtufactorj to purchaser .

of a system whose basis shall resemble I division, in number 17 guns. It was in on the whoie: with favor by the Parisian only affliction. f'it we ,;,,,thnr: Jacksonville, l'ril3d,MARIA 1246.: DOGGETT.

the Plan of Igtiala. The lead- this stajre of the battle that Sir Robert press. Even the republican J' tion- "-Life to her was drear

,,?iD E features: of this celebrated Plan, Sale and General M'Caskill\ fell. The al does not denounce it, if it be the nnd dIRt STAT OF FLORIDA \ By Judg-nt" Pro !

which! was prolaimed by Iturbide on the contest proceeded languidly through the pleasure of the Mexicans, but insists upon "Ilrr Jpr.rorm bunvnnt *fep ted vn- anne" for age, To ALL County of Duval. 5 fm'fe* for paid county. M W.f

24th of February, 1821, were as follows: I,I 19th and 20lh, the armies on both sides the full liberty of action being allowed \Vo cannot hilt wa f..1 wn Ihp tim. ( It&TINO TO WHOM: THESC PKCSEKTS SHALL Cox,_

Art. 4. The Government shall be a being occupied with the burial of their them. It also advises that in wnrd him; .hp "never blamed"' r"rpct for animosity trenlin? "lOr to- WHEREAS: : l
Constitutional Monarchy.Art dead, and the re-organization of their any measures the French governmentmay Q(.. indeed th" heart ero\r -frk In contemplating'Iwhntvnr for I."p..r Admir.i"tration, ;:

3. His Majesty Ferdinand VII respective armies. be induced to join in, care be taken ; ,* vrnfr.riiransl mi pry mu.t hnv fHpn of All and singular the GMHH, Chattels, Right ..
her. fjfiv: of them At }Ien, fur jijehnd) nnf'nniI and Credits which "'''I'' of Samuel TlJOml.. de-"
) be invited to the throne of the Em- Imagination the that it be made the of t. crept :
shall can scarcely depict not dupe England.A themind i j4 likewise forced to hrlit'vP thnt) sh*' cea.Vtl.1 ot lh. lime fir 1,14 dn'lh, *ho died !nte ..,f
pire, and in case of his refusal, the In I i! fury and the obstinacy of the two days great deal of satisfaction has been 01,1.1 not Imv* l hpPft very well fed. or why should' tale, lbS ft .creditor (.hid <<'..n..t. These are. t:

(antes Don Carlos and Don Franciscode fight that must have preceded the capture felt here by the Bey of Tunis having ,},p h tve wn.ted nwnv .oT-we wonder Imwmtny therefore. to Cite irtid tmonih all and singaUr 1
Paula. l of the invader's camp with all its materiel abolished slavery throughout his do- "olln1&" lost or whether fh,, w,,< sihl'" to alter t". next of kin and creditors of .nid deceased' tnshew L1\
her drea.e* so os In fit her, after she "fell nwny" causeif,they 'hate or can I'R'eain.t aid.
I and
Art. 9. Should His Majesty Ferdin artillery, and the utter dispersion minions. 'o much. application on or hefurn tb.. eleventh day of May; ).
and VII and his august brothers decline of the invading army on the 22d of England is said to have offered to arbitrate And 0""'. next f'n.lIlft-, oIlI.rw140 i letters of Administration ,, f!i:

invitation, the nation is at liberty to December. Their loss is variously esti- between France and the republic "Her lofty brow, *o pnre nnd dpnr.A.cl1m.,1 .. on theKjiate of sui
invite to the imperial throne any member mated from 25,000 to 35,000 in killed of Hayti, in the pending dispute, and n livid np" aid Isaac Witness Bu h. name' \ j

of reigning families whom it may and wounded. Our loss in killed and there is no doubt the offer will be ac- That thi WltC frnly nppallin no one whnrm* n Seal f my ollrl. at as Jacksonville Judge "roe.aid Stall anti andL. f
f.rlinff! h*>nrt, will deny;-only! imMjine that "lofiv [. S.'J ;
.select.! wounded, it is to be feared, falls little cptcd. l nnd "uUhly nfi're'i'I l, iii| ccoml day of April
"rp"r _
>rnw ( whifh wn- ly 14
Itorbidc himself called to 'short of 3,300 50 The French Chambers have voted gpure rrflhahl vrynxprp A D., ICW. %
was soon including European a <*ivp, pp.'i-?ily! ItC it wn.. nhovetho" ndmirnM 1 '
the throne, and_ his subsequent fate is I 1 officers. sum of money for tie'! establishment of a rv n- u ninff a lirii hue:-whnr An nnIon' I t Jnd:., of Probate! WM.. for trap F. CRABTREE of Dora, ,
well known. The course put sued byE I line of steamers between Havre and Ant plnnjp: we nrt nt n )loolc whnt 'o rompnr it J.i.-k'onville. April 3d, 184C.county Gx. '
: I.,. un!.." 5t he (tome beautifully rlenr .!'wk pon'l.wini .. I i
Tiempo, in advocating Plan of ARRIVAL OF THE HIBERNIA. New: York, so that when all the projected wnter havp heen riled by some t1iongbtlc'uen' I J

Isyala, excited a good deal of effervescence TIVE.N-n9-Tlf'D DAYS LATER "vapor ships" are in action, a daily, r "': ,?in!r in if lodrinlc.Pur Notice to Planters and Others. J 1{

against it, according to the opposing FROM EUROPE. or at least a semi-weekly mail between *\? A' length.: n.. if !!rowin:: ei'ngoi! of iii. R. tV. IIIGGS. Blacksmith J:
journals ; but El Indicator, of The steamer Hibernia, with Liverpooldates Europe and America will have been se nejlerf I exclnim in de pnr, 'S Jark.on'ile! u flow' prepared t *'1,

Vera Cruz of the 2Gth, would lead to to the 4th inst., arrived at Halifax cured. The spirited and successful "Wnydnnt hn com1. why",10nl he come. \ ,:-: .:c'I'! lo uiiil all *kiruf:eI' in Itt.YClrk n workmanlike from ;t Ni

the belief that the offence said to be given on the 17th, at 4 o'clock, p. In. managers' of the Halifax mail steamers To cherr his dyinj:bride. : manner. HP has on hand ,

,by El Tiempo is exaggerated. GREAT BRITAIN.The are building another fine vessel, to addto We do not wonder' that %},,, rrle th."i.. fur veshniht n varit"lyur PLOUGHS, 'to .. t,
in the be. innin thAt h rxhihileij -
: !! # too \
The papers: give reports of the frequent most important political news their already splendid fleet of steamcrs. m'ih of tl e ciri) tinn spirit for a mortal) Innjtoeherih. -liirh h" wnulil call thu attention of Farmers.Hi .
i of M
the Holme
desertions from Gen. Taylor] and from England, is that connected with : hut otill VP nr cnmpolled fondmir** the JucUunville* fthop near April tore l 3J l, J816Ir.esrs. &Co." .

one of them positively! asseverates thatit the proceedings of Parliament. i Louis Philippe is said to be in favorof j whol' eoijr i' of hercnndiirt, and) very. rnnrh doubt t

knew that one company of forty dragoons Sir Robert Peel's Tariff bill passed referring the Oregon dispute to the i whether. Wi. e'er ''shall see. hit lik.viin." List of Letters, .' "S
\ >xr, the 1'.ot fell u tnt) "// rim" toolate. : in tlu IV.t OtHce, JacLion : .
was only awaiting a favorable I its 'crisis' in the House of Commons on arbitration of three English and thee : ." nnd repents it. lest we should not helie\V it, : REMAINING, which if not taken out in, three... ..

opportunity to go over in a body to the I the 24-th nIt., by the decisive vote of American gentlemen-thus carrying out I nnd thnf. I I month', will ''xi, sent tu th ilcad letter office, atTWanhiti'ton. ,. :
Mexicans. These reports, like others 337 to 240.! This was on the motionto the idea of Winthrop, of :Massachu *'_D"ilh wdvjinepd) to*'*calher fate.And D. C. i

p receired, are doubtless mostly made up bring in a bill-a test question. The setts. dA'l11llpr,. 'li bi4? own; Bradford. F D Jonlon, Turntt.: E S

Mexican exaggeration.FKAXCE.: : bill will doubtless pass the House byabout M. Gaudin, a French chemist, has invented Sf he rrtit I" lon2 exrliisivelr! to. .flpnlh.'irh- Rlujenbiirgh! Mr Jane Jenkins, John M ,
ntlifelprenftr. Thn hf
our nnv hope end r mel- Baker Asu Kingler, J H .
One Hundred Maioritv. an extinguishable light, "from a nnrjiolv rnreer; hut in ..j ite of nil o'ir prejudice Bniokd.ViIIsnn KrnriCian Henry W _
v V ,
I The debate was continued through combination of oxygen and aether, or rnd hard 1.i"lip| !j;'tin who !b.>h/i'ed flO I ryan.-J; rob Lawrence, Mr t, [ -

Correspondence ..f tLe European Times.Pan f twelve nights, and was most earnest I alcohol, which, he says, can be distinguished nnu:!itil\% Ihp.heart melts in \mpathy for him B.i uhr, John Lefts, Armund D SHlotirir.
when read tint
we Wm F LAW Han Wm
and able. There 103 at a distance of miles.
I thirty ,
8.-A were Speeches4S -
s February
postscript to "He rz vl upon hU victim tkerf, Burke. Y..un Murray, Jackson OMcKendre .
my last letter informed you of the rejection -!I in for, and .05 against the bill.- S SPAIN. IlU hoautifid .t" ,rl.I.I Biirnol, PEggy ;: Lemuel! L...
of the amendment of M. Berry- Among the Speakers for the bill were \!adrid, Fcb. 27.--As was anticipated -I Then left hi nw'ive Innd to r >nm. Blunt fle.l.len Mooney, GeorgeBiiardey.

er, bJ a very larsre majority. The effect -I! Peel, Russell, Sir James Graham, Lord the address, signed by a number of I An exile broken hearted.! J McDowchl.JohnS. ..

of this amendment was to express I Morpeth, Sir George Clarke, Cobdcn, |I the deputies, against the proposed marriage How severe the retribution and how, snd he Buh Buh,, Capt Jnmc N..r".n.McDu5.Mr. John* Talitha !

sort sympathy to the United States t Bright, Villiers, Goulburn] and Sydney of the Queen wita! the Count Tapini have" who' felt when henuliful."he pazed,altho upon"her his victim I Cook. Allen 5Ca : }'rrr", William R 2
wa so ete was
; n preference to England, nnd its rejection : Herbeit. The most effective opponent ]: has led to a change of Ministry.\ not ao brisht; her cheek to damask; or her form sofle {'p, lJun'f'I 3 I'in.kryi4MizsAdoino.! ., .

was, therefore, remarkable. An- I I of the measure was D'Jsraeli, the author CHINA. ..hv; nnd who .brow had) RlJmPeJ" "liv1Ve hue." Clap' Jt-hn 3 Putnam.. John .',
of 4Vivian &c. The political ncwsfroin China which are not nt nil surprised that hi* heart ohoiilil bp CnIM'II. lion i: C K : -rs Capt Wm W 2Coxerl
otheramendment of a similar character, I Grey, Coningsby, C.II't10 V 2 Reid.; Joseph '
Las since met with a similar fate. On ; Sir Robert Peel made a powerful Spee- extends to the 25th of December, is un broken whrnin to but nl'hope bu
the dikussion of the paragraph of the j ch, giving his reasons for a change ofpoliv important. The High Imperial Commissioner to bldmeth..rn. SCORPION. CylliiJer. Mrs Susan. U"nll"U! :i, Cart Bcnj _
address which he bases in good Kessing, had addressed a David, AlfonlDancy Rice, R D 2Saurulrrs
in answer to the :King's speech i t part on ; ; r
inwhich satisfaction was expressed at the i the prevailing scarcity in Great j I i letter to Sir John Davis, H. B. M. Plenipotentiary ST. ArGCSTI r.. March 27th. 134G. DClnuic'.un.,! Col F U'L S. Simmon,,MtcajahSiilc Mary E S't 1

S Britain.He concerning equal tolerationof Gr.NTLEMKX: see name announced I i.i DuvaU'rion
closeness of the alliance with England, my I' :'i, Enoch D ,
M.Remusat proposed an addition to the spoke! three hours, fully explaining the religion professed by the English, your paper a* 11 nn'1ilnl..for the Brigndter Gen- KIwiKxl, Dr no n Slkeii, Daniel :
of he 4th of Florida' Militia. .
in eral-hip Brigade Eubank. Mi*- C L Stewart, It..lttV 3 ;
his retirement from and which he that "all \Vestern .
I effect that each nation should t resumptionof says nations '
pre- i I: am truly .IhuiZflI! II) my friend who so ::eneromly Fleming. Fillis Sirniton, ClartitaSpHnum
l serve its entire liberty of action office, and concluding amidst the be treated upon the same footing, on their (part would! have coofercd that honor Gmv.'!,. Edwin 2 ,Joshua -
in the two worlds." In speaking in I I, hearty phudits of.a majority of the and receive the same protection on mat- upon me. hut circumstances beyond my control Gignr. Allen! 2 Sukman, Stephen .JtI" .
House I ters of religious faith. conipeU J me tl) decline the honor returning my Gi Miss Eliza Tntlle, Hon S .
I pport of this. amendment, M. de consisting in good part of his :nr Laron.;
I 'I friend through unfeigned thinks
your pn'r.; my (Gruhr HenryGudfirv. inland' EHmnnd S
JRemusat expressed his satisfaction at old opponents. Air. Cobden closed in a fur not only this act of kindness' towards m**. but Bergen Thomas, Col! Jut D- .. j
the alliance existing between England strong Free Trade speech. t ...,.C'w Hampshire Election.-The New fi.r many oih ;rs received at their hand You; will Gnrey, Kitty Wi.oIIey. Richard IV.Gneiy a .. 1
and France, declared ihat it was neces- The vote is a strong one, and removes York Journal of Commerce of 2Sth ult., pleae z\v\ .this a p'ace! in your.column! in order ; William 2 Whi'e,John' ; :; -:, '

jttry for both countries and for the all doubt of the passage of the measure SU's-"Williams, the Dem. candidatefor r1.ltl my. friends xnny bo npnrined. of my having cleclined. Hubert, Ceo S Wells. R S or t
peace : b't.serv't.JOS. .
Respectfully y..ur t> HI\UI-J A 2 Williams, Thomas S ,
lofthe world, and hoped that it would through the House. Great interest is Governor, lacks about 1500 of a ma- S. SANCHEZ. lIollston.1uhn 2 \Yeivrr.DrAdamT.: '. <: "'

[be continued. But he required that incases felt in the prospective action of the jority of all the votes. His pluralityover To Mea r., GlLLETT& fhzz.uw. Haddock Jos L Wile., Phennn ,.

in which the interests of the twonuions Lords upon it. The Fre'e Traders say t Colby, \Vhig, is 8000 or 9000.Woodbury .- Henderson, Ciipl hear) WiUon, Lemuel. :'I. S

might differ, France should not they will not venture to throw it out, the Dem. candidate for Con- PASSKNGERS, HnenA!|'ert Whartwi.. Henry .. '.*'II,. .
rifice hers but will it lacks about 2000 of the number Per U. S. mail: steamer St. Matthews, from Sa-I Jones,John We t. Miss Pmelop* .""f ;
the benefit of England, pass gress, I I Johnson, Capt G A 2 U."od, William L ..y
; |He took the case of the United States It is doubtful now whether the repeal necessary to elect him. The majority \'bnnzth.; March 30th.-Rev. !\1r. Shanklin, Dr.M. Johnson Jas A Willeford. Sam L :7 *,; --1

., Utn xample of what he meant. of the cornlaws will be immediate. IMr. against him last November was 219S. D. Smith nnd Lady, :Mr. Friekley.1iAR1NE JNO. M. PONS, 1'.. M.'.* 'I !
The increase of the marine and naval Villers moved, in committee,for the immediate The Whigs have elected three Senators ,----; -INTELLIGEXCJB.-- ------- -- Jackoni11eApril 3d, IS4G. "

rower of the United States was naturally repeal of the duties on corn, and the Democrats three. It is possible -- i j i n __ NOTICE ..

'p )Jectionable to England but it was deci- instead of the repeal three years hence, I ] that each party may have elected] a PORT OF.JACKSONVILLE, APRIL 3.ARRIVED. A|*f she next session of the Circuit; Court Car the.% j, ,

: oedly ,the advantage of France ; and, enforcing his position cleverly by proof, 4th. In the remaining. districts thereis -- counties of Alachun and Levy to commence t I

. [Jerefore, France should lean rather toe that the present time was the best adapted no choice."Accordingo-. OIT tha 23th uli., Schr. Daub, Toby, New on MonlIIythe air! Court 4th day by of p"tuion May, A., fur D. 1346 allotment, lwm'i i S S
to f ,
United! for the interest of the : the Boston Atlas the York. .
States than to England, er, agriculturalist of Dower in the Real Estate of Fleming Bates' t .:
:: Ieat maintain a strict independence. ; that now he could better compete : House as far as beard from stands thus: :. late. AlacUua county, deceased and at the same *S ;

>ere is a difference1 said he, "in the with his foreign rival, when wheat ,,"as.. "Whigs 115; Independent28; Locos MILITIA NOMINATIOiNS.Tbe time to .have alloted and set off to toe' she portion' '

ws of England and France with res- scarce and dear in all parts of the world, 109; Anti-Loco niaj. 31." c;::: '" Friends of Maj.JAMES G. COOPER, or the personal Estate of which said Bate died '! *.. t.
and him as a candidate fur the ' uhirb, I om by law entitled' as Ida :: 1
i announce
"ct to jhe United States, and a differ- instead of three years hence, when it office prIJpUIiO of Major General of the second divuion of widow. Person* tolerated will please take notice '. I"... .'.
n e,..alo\ ,in their policy. To charac- might possibly be cheap and plentiful.The From the La Plata.-It is worthy of Florida Miluitt, compriiing East and South Flori that a petition praying fur such allotment ba*' :. ;. '
tnse {Ihepolicj' France I will not in- debate stood adjourned when the notice that we have later authentic and da. been filed. REBECCA BATES 1 ;'
and Adminislraix of
.oke :sncient sympathies, for I :kno". Hibernia left. well defined news, by way of London, KT:::: The Friends of Dr. CHARLES BYRNE, S Widow. Fleming Bate*, deceased.NewnansvilJe ;
'- ': h.would be to make an appeal to senlsnimts Father Mathew has published a letter i from the Rio de ]la Plata, than we have propose and announce bim as u candidate fur theoffice E. F., March 27, 1846. !'

.Jtt\. no longer in fashion, and to cm- accompanied with specimens of direct. Accounts from Montevideo to uf Brigadier General of tbo Fourth Brigade..' ... r .'.."
; the 23d of December had been received of Florida .Militia.KT Sheriff's Sale.' FJ.o.:
oy words gone out of use.,, know t Jpread and "stirabout, made from Indian ; Columbia County I _
. :';. 'ell I 'tat it is now accepted that corn. Efforts are now making to introduce and though a ]letter from that city has :: The Friends JOHN M. POiXS..propose Monday. 414Afcy, 1846.BY : t I X t: .
we of Court of rrrl.da' issued from -
virtue ,
the offiVe. of a
candidute for
:> tl ht not to conduct government by this excellent beverage, not only been published here, dated the 1st of Colonel and announce l of the twelfth a*Regiment u of Florid Militia. Clerk_ office of the late Superior Court :', ;

;; :, path}., and, besides, that the Amer- into Ireland, but into the three kingdoms January, it was so doubtful and confu- for the county o'f Alachua. Eastern District o(, 1.
" "n domocrac does generally on the plan which marks its sed as to be worthy of no reliance. CTThe FricntIiifCapt.: LAWRENCE Florida, 'to me"c'irt"ctJwh"r( in' Samuel 1 Worth-: S ". ;.
not merit much candidate for the \<
bnd announce him as a and Thomas G. Roberts HefendaoU i ,
, 'l11path ". \\ United States. War has been declared by Paraguay propose ingtun are ,. .
; ) e have before our eyesp use in the office of Lieutenant-Colonel of the twelfth Re-i-- and Augustus W. Walker is irkintifl, I have levied S -..
', 'anples- > of a delicacy bO exquisite{ The article of ,Maize or Indian Corn, against Rosas. The declaration was meat of Florida Militia. upon and will offer for sale ,before the Court .: '- ';
,- !Bteresteduess popular the issued on the 4th of December. Hou e, in the town Alligator, on the first MonV .,:
so general, that mapeop1ewillingl was becoming very among The FrienJ of NATHAN NORTON, propose
: the American1'crcy people.The. The last accounts from the nl\ied\ and announce him as a candidate the office of I day of May next, within the usual 1 touts of sale .t

| as interested) regard and French have met with disastrous: squadron were of December. 5, when it Major of the twelfth Reginrwnt of Florida Militia. following d...*cri!>ed property,'in wit : the East. ...<,.,- S
mel cant \& of tbe'North East quarter,of section 32, town; ..:it
nation, which merits"uo longer the defeats in Algiers. was above Rosario, on the river Parana. CPThe::: Friends of General JOSEPH'M. 1JER- ship' 6, South of"Range 19: ..I.o'thev...., 1.2 of '
11- ctof the world. But that was not a GENERAL SUMMARY OF NEWS.Preparations'for No farther resistance had been NANDEZ. .propose and announce him asja.. Candidate tbe North'East'quarter of section 32..nlbIP'6, ,""".' :....
,. why Franc should ar-Whether or made, and it was inferred that none. for Major General of the second Division of Souih-of Range '19 ; also the South West,quasteof ( ,1',S '
adopt the po- would be Florida Militia, comprising.Eail .n4.Sooth,Flor the South quarter ofsec4an3.! in township 6;
Y.OfEngland, as she had done in the not we are to have:war, great preparations attempted. ida. South of range 19; also ib- Catt 1-2 of the South

.I r of Texas To prove this he are being made for it. The army ::7 Tb't Friend of Col. ISAIAH D. HART East quarter of section 30..township j, South of. S
4 14; UC of several of the arguments is to be increased 10,000 men; the militia "What are you writing such a thundering propose and announce liim as a candidate for range 19 ;also the North East quarter of(be NorthWest "'; S
immediate hand for Pat t?' General of the Fourth Brigade of quarter of cciion 32. township 6, South o( _
lOnd for .
,c. }* employed! ; and concluded by are to be in readiness big', Florida Brigadier Militia. tI range 19; also the South West quarter. of. o"v...
!.roug condemnation of the miuis- training, the ordnance; corps are to receive Why 'ou see my grandmother'sdafe 33, township.. South of ran;* 19; the Sootb 1-5 J- ;'
: [.*1 policy! as truckling to England an accession of 1,500 men; the and I m writing. ]1'loud letter,I to ((0-The:: Friends:of Colonel JOSEPH himas'D.Candidate LAN-- section 29.:township 6, Smith of range,19; 1M '.:. .
U"otntiD* in royal marines 2,500 men; and the land her." CASTER, propose and announce a of Eat 1-2 of ibfl,South, astuquarter of tvrtioa 33, "' S
independence. for Cotonel' of the Twelfth Regiment township G.South nrna g. 19. Levied upon vtb| \.
The .
of. line 6QOO. Increase .*
regiments the iJilia. ,
Florida. f aIth.im1rnvmenIs..J"$ property sskld.f ; .
:' ;leis! of-the Union, has been tried of the .navy will be about, .1,000men. ""Mamm tnrealj, vessels'called'ane 7t' p. The Friendstif.Captaia' 'E. D. .TRACY, femnuad to be old to,satisfy..aid writ nf fiartfacias. .

1. "Wton and fined .$50 for,ana l- .. "Yes,* ,my dea .'' "Then how are propose aNt announce him ax a.. candidate for .? T. 'B. F1TZPATRICK. Sheriff *
4* "on C. V.-Grey correspondent of Baron, Ton Bulow] Minister to the the national> ships called xnen-of; war 1" Lieutenant-Colonel of the:.Twelfth ,Regiment, of S ,By J. A. SiTMMUBLtv, Deputy. .

,Chulef>ton 3feccur, ).. : .,.:-.,' King of Prussia, died at Berlin recently. "Jane, you.may put that child,to bed." Florida Militia. a. Alligator, March 27, 1846. '. }' 'It.' .-. .. t,.;

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: BT i i be sold OIl tbeItb dayiMayriit. THE obscnler bating marad/ fitted cp JI .1FJL.UW.Sc..wrill.C

..i' ibe boors of 10 aad 2 o' .EL the abore rctabHsomrM.with t view I*tbe 3tw.. --.
llif,. MAa Enoch Dacie. tbe faDowicg named greater cocpL nI and arcaesfnodati-w of .e tWV.s.JP..tL .lIII.s.

'i ,. -- >3, or a* teach as win satisfy tbe Tax whom ill health or plrasw taijhl .Ur ct Ie tia T2 l'f'n4r padI't s4e 37.MATTR .

,; : same. for the past year, iadndins all portioa of Florida sl dts tLe p f racwge of tbepobSc. EWS, P. .( ;

: .f 11 : S iruVcgtfcat iKwe, wbomaj favor biai. will in. Lee th7. .
& '_ J.dd N. E. 14. X. W. 1-1. and W. 1-2 of d aavirnar requisite 10 tbrir ewttoft oejWtrd. LasJrd tan MrU d cabins m-1t. _.
c tM *ectioo5; the ..boleofiectionG.ex. The bealtbineM of .lackvwiiiII&4ts protectiM omejytacli (,tuz.d aed 1sate:3.: and lies-

. '4-\ tbe 1-! of N. W.and S.\'.1-4*.aad the THE coarse of innroctiw* pcrsccd in this from the bars sea Urv and iu eas; of acre usprwrd. A.w a .r.

4 N. "9. 1-4; the wbole of smk 7; i. foroaVd npwi tbe principle of idad&DeI : ** from aaj J'C'.I. base *1 says wwrd it the (on.becbe ,sts.v4b* *Plmdt tie d

,- tba X. \'. 1-4. and 1\. 1-2 of S. W. M, aaalo*?. Students who are oapre- reputation of bei; *' most advactarencs pUrwa feet. This, lost -J.o1 ri.zThar4y &

Scat. ofN. E. 1-4,aod W. 1-2 of S. E. 1-4, panel to enter CoJle e. may, here, pcrw the requisite East Florida (or the report of invalid dorisg raocai. ls'f.s. .be Jrpenw.'e"

; W. ).2 of=. W. 1-4 section 17,aad studies; while those, wbo are not c1 esign'J the winter,ratfoa. Tn inch Pcommodatlins be & ar- daily be tf neataer* fx Ckriftum, ttfaQ-

State \v. 1-4. II 17; the whole of for a profession can select such braccbes as may which br.bope* will P" e acorptabJe 1 e'eDuic. '.
State errept .Wl 1-2 of S. F. 1-4. E. I.! best salt their objects ia life. and as medical advifof the UgKet older Also %.* igers .1ie* r-uar.I Ce

; Eat .and X. \,. 1-4. and S. W. 1-4 of*ee- The regnlatino of the Institution are forced can be- c commandVd in the town thrj m-j rei> brig w 14ft1ae JUlIe wIcb ,m Sna.D r

".. 1-4 of setuoa 31: tbe wbole of with tb**single design of promoting tbe intellectual upon tbe nwrt carrf l* ienti.n. Tb daj and Sf rd7 fcr New Twk.IfIIT. .

ade nr-rpt th. N. F. 1-4; S. E. 1-4 of sec- and moral ad vaeremrat of it. member A*.iton\ the North have cau Ba31v delayed arrirvl vf&f St. Maitb- ..frua Fl nd ,

cc *. 1-2 cf N. E. 1-4.W. 1-2 ofS. E.1-4, Tbediscipline is intended to be strictly parental. their coming under the inpre.sit'e. t&attbe ?a..enrm. whb ll4r-n:,. wLT be '
The desire cultivate,with bis papil, .ie. tbt 'rmnity L-rd.hitbe, r.if irewj. II
of S, W. 1-4. of section 33. Precept house was 1W. she subscribes t of p
habit ofkiad and similar intercourse and to in- that *.. The afai boat will leave a. ..:
lands are Township U.S. Range to ...sore ,soch ia '. that n c
: by Chariesaod Bernard M.Byrne. flue them rather by an appeal to the Utter be CIa always provide them temporarily with comfortable Leave Hlatia every T.eda v,A..M J a"eIM"

posed are situated and lying on aod near tbe principles of the heart, than by severe and digracrfol *- accommodatioas in the town. 1'ca'rst* fl.-"

-. Levy e&cnty F7a., and bounded rcn llnenf. OLIVER WOOD. BUrk Crft'k. P.M.. 3

For State land An accurate account of tbe delinqnence of every Jacksonville, Dre. 13, 1845. lje Jsckoniri:2e .4 aIgrt 12 j.
coID \v. D. ANDREWS, Sherifil scholar, aad also of the degree of attainment, is Fr freight or paH&.apply La Cspt.jjoa .
6. 1346. kept; a copy of which account ia connexion with IUtm; ;rotc, board of to
} the regular term bill i* transmitted to every parent WOOD & CLAGHORS.FERNANDEZ .
For County SberiflPs Sale. or guardian who may desire it. Watchmaker and Jeweller. Azens. s..
) Monday,3d Av. 1846. No. 5 MAISSTREET.RepectfollTinfornujthe. & BlSBEt'
F be sold on the 3d day of August next, Higher Branches, $3 00 citizens Azent,.Jsd...,
.T :. the boars of 10 and 2 o'clock, at Common Brancbe 7 00 of J ack jcville I audits vromty.that p JOHN H. G\-UY.
I Enoch Daniels; the following lot or be Has removed t' the house immediately Aest Black ,
I Latin aDd Greek Classic, extra. $
Mi& contaicirg 160 acres, or as moch the of anjwaag; the oi'e recently C3-TV stayl.r SARAH srALDl '
Lesson* in French, at request par ,
; F will the tax dtie. for the rear ecu. gwen V ocrtipied. as the printing ia cciQAeriioQ with this Lua.r.ud ed",1.0 t.

tiaof ;all cmt and charge Said lands d i 7eos La:.}%(." *, .
I Any pupil withdrawn from the School before office of the .Flo da Statesman. a BOW prepared 154 t.eatJfi9t"
For on the Wakasatss, S. \'. 1-4 section, mile .Wte PalatVa the Sc.
the deall orders cp JoLa's
end of the session excepting for reason execute. with promptitt connected "1ft.
16. and said to belong to one Ed 5. 1Z4Z.
Principal approve will be required to pay for the with the above lice.
;: For t'er, a Don-resident of this SIlt,. unexpired part of that fusion. Mr. Grotbe would also say. that be hat determined United States Mail.lrt "-
Y. .
\ SMri
.: of D. ANDREWS No deduction will be made in ibe charge againsta to confine bis attention ia loire exclusively J Tbe steam Packet. SAKlfi
For : have the number cf the other lands pupil for occasional abeor. In case of pro- to work in these branches. He render bit Uii !j' SP ALDI G. Cape Kok. .

tia of of f ale. Febroanr 6. 1346. iracted sickness, requiring the pupil to be withdrawn thankj to the maay friend win have given him soo.. baviar. been tBeroa.Ubaolrd. _

For County Sheriff's Sale. from tbe School, proper deduction will be their patronage, and trusts that his exertions hereafter .her decks aDd rabia rebuilt------J---aad caWalarged .

MiIi T. WIUGHT&Dd DAVID RIULEESOV, made. will be such a. to merit it. for the accommodation of paMeagcn KM

v4 For vs. No pupil received under nine jcars of age.- From long practice ia hi, business be (feel commenced ber regular trips,from PaUtlt ,

' tia of SXITB, alias WILLIAM A. POWELL. This rule: from ibe inconvenience experienced by himself competent to give satisfaction and his terprue, on Lake Moaroe,rp the St.Job**Biiv
For AUndf1ItJll. occasional exception heretofore, will, in future, charges will be moderue aDd as reasonable as 125 mile above PaJalka.

tia of f of an order from the Hon. Thomas be steadily enforced. those of the North.N. The above Boar,leaving Pawn rrery TMJHMornirg

For i Judce of the Circuit Court for the The School Is now in a flourishing condition. B. Clocks and Watches repaired in the best -. after the arrival of tbe U. S.Mail Swki

tia of ,I of Florida I will expo at public The building is a farge, commodious and elegant' manner, and at the shortest notice. Packet, St. Matthews. Captain rd ehyf'raas.

For of the O nrt House in the town of structure recently erected by FLORIDA LoDG, .. Jacksonville Dec. 26. 1843.HOLMES ._ vancah.carrying the U.S. Mail to tbe abrre aa .j
the Srll Monday in April next within No. l.ofl. O. O. F. places.Pawngers.

For I the following! perishable! property, at. .Th? location-one of well known salubrity and & CO. (or Enterprwe, will take tat St

Militia i above entitled cau& vzone or- I i ia ea y of access Board may be obtained at reasonahle Matthew. every Saturday Evening, at 4 0'cJ.Q
For !.and bridle! ,one two horse "a;,on : rates in respectable families; in the place. ESSRS. HOLMES: & CO., hy re-moired Savannah.
Miiitia 1" flock of liquors, groceries, provisions, Jack oriville. E. F.. March 27lb. ]34(. ly their lOCk of Merchandize to the large TheSemmerSarah s.Jdiwin natuJtd.onrilfe

- For j: *. j' building occupied by the United Stales kmmn as :! ,via Pirclata & Mandarin,and ba
,. Militia 1 j FITZPATRICK' Cu!.Co. blasters Sale. tbe Government DuildiD:. They have added to I trip. leaving Jacksonville every Monday g
And I I Feb. so. isis- EASTEHS CIRCCIT OF FLORIDA.In their tock, by the late arrivals from New York. o'clock. _

i Cianeery. a full assortment of Dry Goodj, Groceries, Hardeare. Fcr freight or paJsageappl! to the- Optanei
eral :: Con ty Sheriff's Sale. F.J Judion Executor(John
MlODLCTOy "\ | ) Provisions. &c. &c Board or to Fernandez & Bubee, Agents Jici.soavilie. .
were 1 I .. F.Brown.dec"d. for bimselfet.. j I They have on hand, now landing from brig Virginia .

ruinl SMITH alias Attachment. al. creditors. r*. > from New York 50 bales Hay. 50 bW. N. B. AU goods will he received ia Starr,hi j
: A. POWELL. J Benjamin A. I'utnam,adm'or. j Lime. 20 thwand Laths, 30 boxes Cheese, 20 of Stor ge ia Jacksonville &Savaacak.
such Ambrose Hull. decd.IN J Lard 20 bbls. Pork. 20 half
kegs Butter iO kegs Ag: 23
of an order fawn the Hon. Thomas
cincts pursuance of an ordet oftbe Hon. Thomas bit. Bread. 50 Coffee 50
hbls. Beef 20 bags ,
*. Judge of the Circuit Court for the Florida and Savannah Stea
returns lnu!!lt. Judge of tho Eastern Circuit of Florida bis.. Liquor 100 Ploo h*. Iron of various size*. .
of Florida, I: will sell at public made the second of March insu in Pacliet.
Coort on day Glasfes boxes Pipe, Tobacco, &c. &c. All of.wbch .
of the House in the Town I TllEni'uIarSteam ParlotIX
th-above ra je.will! be sold under the direction ff will sell lor t
on the first Monday in April they at prire S ._f GASTON..Capt. F. Peek .1.
of the next, the sub'criber. at public auction in (nit of the Jacksonville Jarraarv Dtb. 184G. d!. _. ,
order hour, the following perishable proper. Court Hou;" in the city oSt. Augustine on Wed- ., -I- b rive at Picniats every Fridav am

shall the above entitled cau.. viz:-One j i "*day. the 20th day of May next between the RUl1a".ar.From lug at D A. M. on each week, and will kieel

three I Stallion and oneche.nnt sorrel Mare. t I hours of ten and twelve o'clock of that day. all the Giilion\iiJe: Jail Beaufort P. M. for Savar.&ah via Mandarin Jaek.i'St. '
trict FITZPATRICK, Sb'ff. Col. Co. : those three of land described follow AHi J I Mary*, aId all other immediate landmj' ",aj I
j tract e* : ;. District,S. C.. a nero fellow, 5 (jet 9
Feb. 14, 184G. thai of land about fire hundred I arrive in Savannah early on Sunday tn.ini
licreby I i tract containing inches ht h. dark complexion slow in
i '
Sheriff's Sale. I acre .be the sam more or less being the remaining speech and ha a f.PI"f"tf burn between the Pa.'.enrer for Charleston can leave at 3 .|

I this Monday in April. 134G. portion of a tract of fifteen hundred acres r leg". He i. about 25 tears old.and, name :. in the evening in the daily line i.f Steamer

of a writ of fieri facia, from the :, granted to tbe said Ambrose Hull, deceased by' ,is MELFORD and that he belongs 'toSerneon Tbe Ga:on nm in et n ertM.n with JfWasif '

I office of the Superior C *irt. for the the SparUli povernmeat on the 2nd day of February Petit, of Meriwethrr county, G- irjia. Ten LV.Ur .!- *irn Jc Wilder*.Drijj Line of Picket

I on, Middle! District of Florida Union t 1312, said 1500 acres bein- situated at Mosquito will be paid for hi* apprrlit-nsion and delivery ;; New York. of which 'oe ieave* every 31orJj

I ,; and William Wyatt, defendant ; at f f lace known ns Tcrnbulls Western ID jail, so that I mnv g-t him afjin. i morninrTi -
Swamp being the S-Mith-rn portion or third of said 1:0\\ rRDttI.tIG.\X. Gaf n doe JM1I retUrn In Black CmniLss
% upon,and will expose for sale, befme ; .
House do..r in Tampa, Hilliboronzh : tract-2nd Three hundred a,*ro. uf laud itnaiednt Sheriff Beaufort D .trcr. her way. t< 5 nJlD1t" o.

BY legal hour, all the right, title =;..| a pce called Coor.el! Plumer. on the River Dec 15 tfIu fife 6 .XAXES. OF PACKETS.Tbe .
el this
Line. will! b.vrsb,
ve *inr
tins : Wyatt. to tbe following describe! St J..13v. originally nn'veved to Daniel Plumer.i rompf
L'.I:I I wit : .nth<* 9th D pml.rPr. 1790! by the Spanish fni. Circuit Court. t-- ilespata1w'tl rruhi.k rT.-ry Mi.nidsy asfdlosi:
: 3r.hIv.Ti.hiundied of land the ETLR.V ClRCCIT or FLt'RIO%. Brig CJ.J TOS.T. Lyn.t. merJcae 11
thane Anthony, French Pereen. Harriet. : eu.intTi. acre on
:, CmnfJ of Dnl: /. CAaacery.hIEflT Brie AUGUSTA /31. Sherwood, nut,
r i. i d. Mat, Pug. Toad and) Austin negro \'f.r *'4l f the St. John River between the .
Ju .
!lino ,! Z and Daniel "'himer. M. Lt5D5EY %
KingsW granted
for with four or five acres of Su*,. 1 Bill f'r cetn2nt
r I "'. I : bark VERNON. Dlerv. mastrr,J. !
county 1 less. Also' land), king outli of the to Jime Hull!! on the 16tli Jar.uat,1CI6saialast. -I'11l1ltron" Of .
rt:i. within ", south E. 1.4 of S. W. 1-4 of t'er-: Iwo tnct Hfinjj the am<*. anti which the said COR5:L1C5 TATWn, > ,4"3 I tr, 30.Bri
scribed ., 31, 13. south and : Am'ii! tin!!, derea'ed, hail his plantation and WWSLOW FOSTER, I ; s..AS AII.A. Haw>\. rraaterJ.lyT.
range east
MarKlarin. Ills wife MARIA Bri EX ACT.J. -hnon.. master lair U.
of f. 1-4,*xtion 31.lo\\"nshir, are situitedm-arlv opposite
a o GEO.: R. FAIRBANKS TT having been mad to appear by aS.Uvit to Brig; EXCEL. C. B. Smith m."f'I'.L1L
4 Bell's ut. upon a* this projM-rty; Matter in the!ati.faction of the Court that theaSoven These ve.-!* are commanded by ann Va i]
tosamfr said Chancery.
writ of fieri
V facias. .
as Miller JOHN PARKER. SheriC Sr. Ausn;tine Mnrch 20, 1346. med Defprx"nt""ic !1w Footer, arbi l wife experience, .bo will o" every exertion I 10_
Maria Footer formed Maria .wee*. reside in Passenger* a*comfortable as fW'"j ible.
facial. 20 1816. Ill Circuit Court. the Slate of Alabama and beyond the junsdiciinc They will sail pnnftnally as .ibore,salia

. County SbcrifPs Sale. 1 EASTERN CIRCCIT or FLORIDA. of this Court on motion of Gregory Yale, Esq., cases be towed to sea by a Sframhoaf.

!, )lk October, 134C. I County of Dnvnl: In CaUtr1.. Sv, icitor for the Complainant, GEORGi: HOLMES.
S of the j ower vested in me by law, I Kin&t!ey B. Gibb.awl Ji if Ordered, That the saal Window Foster Je1lt."
p fur sale,,.'efure the Court house Benjamin A. Putnam. 1 and Maria Foster do appear and answer the Con- Berth can be secured at St.'AuusnmeIh

: ten a of P\vnan.iUe, Monday the Executors of ab plainact Bill within four month, or the same plication to B. E. CARR & CO., A-aa

i' Town next, between the hour of 1J KmtriIL"\', deceased, I n.II" nlJ'overy will betaken a* confessed against thenu _July 15. 1S45.Iu .
: ; j tl e following property, or so much o. Complainants, f a* Rfelf. and And: it it furtker Ordered, THat a copy of Circuit Conrt.

1 saW pay the State tax due on the same, w. i for an Injunction.Georgi' this O.I'duly certified by tbe Clerk of tbi Court, EASTERN CIRCCIT or FLORIDA..

known 1C45, and all legal costs and charge Kncley! j be publisha'*in some newspaper primed within the In Claxcery.Axzr .
) the advertisement and sale thereof, Defendant) j Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a week coxuecutivel FEWACX, ) Billfott

forty share or port ion owned or claim. It bavins been made to arpear saiitfactnrily by for four months.THO. rs.

made Marquand, equal to 4554 actes afHda\it that the Defendant, George Kingsley. rAid DOUGLAS; Judge. RICHARD FEW&IX. ) Divorca
on the to a certain tract of parcel of land '* beyond the juridiction of this Court and in OSCAR HART, !*rkofai l Court hereby IT having been made to appear by affidavitatifaclion

papa I Anedondo Alachua grant, cHntai.I .;- the Island of St. Domingo in the Went Indies, on certify the above to be a true copy of an Order of the Court that Richard YeC
on I and eighty nine thousand fix hun motion of B. A. Putnam, Esq., Solicitor for the made and entered in said entitled cause on the 18th the Defendant named in the above eatitleJi t

'' i ( five and rive seventh acres, being a Complainants d.yor February. A. I). 1846. reside in the State of Georgia arid beyl
Fernando de la Maza ORDERED. That tbe said __ IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF Ihere-
) Arredundo & IT is George Kingley ? jurisdiction of this Court On motion of JwfMLanm
lars 22d December. A. D. 1817,situate in do appear and answer the Complainants Bill [L. S.] unto set my hand and affix the seal .ter. Esq..Solicitor for the Compliant,

State of Florida. within sin months or tbe same will be taken pro eJiJ of said Court. M Ordered, That the said Defendant, BicM

ALSO, confeto against him. OSCAR HART, Clerk. appear and answer the CcmlIi1

share ot portion owned or claim ASD IT IS FURTHER ORDERED. That a copy of February 20th, 1S46. 4mAdminisirator's Biy! within four months or the same will Us

: Sayer, iu the same said grant, equal this Order. t>e published in some Newspaper printed Xoticc. confessed against him.

WI thereof. within the said Circuit, once a week consecutively IXmonshs after date, shall make applicationto Audit ifmrtier Ordered, ThnacoyI
ALSO for ,t* months. S the Hon. Judge of Probate for the County order duly certified by the Clerk of this''Cca1

and share.of portion owned or claimed THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge.I of Nassau, for Letters Dismuiory. on the estate published in tome newspaper printed u

of Townsend, in the same aid grant. OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court hereby of George Higginboibam. late of said County, Eastern Circuit of Florida, once a wee* .
portion acres thereof. certify the above to be a true copy of an Order. deceased, and all persons having demands againstsaid I lively! for 6 ur months.

ALSO. made and entered in said Entitled cause, on the estate, are hereby required to them i I.CSC'IR HART.Clerk of said Court! "
f share or portion owned or claimed Ninth day of March A. D. 1846.rvir properly attested settlement to present : certify that the above i* a trva copy osaO<

,' surviving trustee of the New IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,I here JOHN HIGG1NBOTHAM, AdnTr. made and entered ia said entitled cause .
I known Association, in UM same said grant, [L. 5.1| unto net my band and affix the seal o Feb. 27. 1846. 6m Tenth day of November. A. D. 1345.

acres thereof. ".J&laid Court.OSCAR In testimony whereof. I bere**'

(any ALSO, HART, Clerk. Administrator's Notice. { L.s. > my hand and affix the Sea -
made share portion owned or claimed March 13. 4m NOTICE is hereby given to creditor of and 5 fice. OSCAR HART,

: on the A. Jarvis. executor of Noah Jarvis. Circuit Court. persons entitled to di>trit>ution in the Sstate of ,

pay the same said grant equal to 929 EASTER CIRCUIT or FLORIDA.In Francis R. Sanchez, late of Alachua County dee. Nor, S2.1345.
3cIIO all persons who may have any claim or
ALSO, Chancery. demands whatsoever, again, or interest in said 1TOT1CE.-ALLpersons eotrriafJLl
in and share or portion owned or claimed F. J. Judson. Executor of John F. Estate, that unless the same be exhibited or asserted hereby informed that we ownbj nrtat J

r in the same said grant, equal to Brown deceased, (or himself) within the period of two years from this Spanish Grant to Domingo FernaaJez 30001of .
al Creditors. v,. Notice loCreditors land Marion E. F-ia T." PS. ,
: date, tbey will be bnr,!. Person hating clairn'iand county
: thereor.ALSO A. Putnam, Administra- : utb ( If
Benjamin demands against the Estate, are requested to > of the base and ran *21 Eat 1fliao

share or portion- owned or claimed toroitbeestateot Ambrose Hull, present them to tho'iml ri!ned.without delay.' known on the Spani p4as MI DSJJ'J'mock
: in said decea cd. J and about Marion and AlarJraaWetumpki c'
. : ', the same grant,equal i JOHN J. SANCHEZ
order of tbe Hon. rbornas
PURSUANT to an Administrator. *> ,>r Hall. hammock. We bsT'1
thereof.ALSO Ii of the Eastern Circuit of bid ***
VT_ Newnansville. E. F., January 2d, 1846.Administratrix all person from occupying or ia aty*
o'clock! share or portion owned or claimed Florida, in the above cause bearing date the second passing on said land.
: of March 1346. the creditors of Ambrose
l. day Notice. THOMAS LEDWI
M. Noah, in tho same said ,
Henry acres thereof. grant Hull, deceased, 'late of East Florida, (who died NOTICE u hereby given to creditors of and per S. D. FERNANDEZJ -,

taxes ALSO, sometime in the year 1831) are required to come d to distribution in, or having any "ffc.onville. Nov. 13. 1845. JJ

i: said d share,or portion owned or claimed in'and prove-their'debts before the subscriber, one claims or(demand against or inteiett in, the Estate WOTICfiTpersons
of the masters of this Court, at his office, in the of Bates 'late of Alachua '
and at law of Alexander M. Muir, de Fleming ,jr., county, interested,will plf'ue tab .
Court House, in tbe city of St. Augustine, on or dec., that unless tbe exhibited ALL .
,Said same said grant,equal te 4641 acres same are or asserted I have thIs day elected' to tak*a t .
F ; before the 20th day of Jur.e next, or in default within two yean from date, they will be forever liii.J A
..: part,in the estate of Ceo.\V.\ -
thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of barred. Persons having claims demands t
acrer ALSO or ****
1 countyVdeceased, and that_ I shall,at} ,
Moses. share Ot portion owned or claimed said decree. against said Estate, are requested to present them ion of the Court of Pruhate, for Slid C -
the same said grant, equal o GEO. a FAIRBANKS, without delay,toL., Aid rich, Esq., [at Newnan- comm nce Newnansvtlle F. r
thereof. Master in Chancery.St. yUle, Eau Florida,] who is my agent and attorney the 9th day ofrarcbaut.aCurdatrapp9tho )
i' U- THOS. C. ELLIS Augustine March 13, 1846. 3m tot the transaction of the business of 1 toe Es
same set apart to me. J.
f :L tate. REBECCA BATES Administratrix.
i Sherifland Tax Collector. Live Oak Agency. MARGARET TCRNELAJm'x. .
q Newnansville. E. F., January 16th. 1846. .id.'J J
i'; .J ;, 20th March. 184G. is hereby given,that having been ap __ ., and late
; Tobacco Seed. I NOTICE by the Government of the United NOTICE.ON G. W. \\Vru.d S I
I ..'A : the ubaVuelta; de Abajo)To- States, Agent for the protection of Timber on tbe the 4lh day of July next ensuing, after -Newn nvilKJan.l6tD. Ig46. ,1

::. Land. for sale at tbe store of Public Lands in Hast Florida,all persons who may date. I will apply to the Hon. Judge of Probate NOTICE. :)

1 ." third JOHN. U. PONS. have trespassed/or shall hereafter commit any trespass for County of Alachua. for affinal discharge from SIX Week after date, we will 'I11'

J I ,r clue} on Dec. 19. by cutting down and carrying away any Live the Administration rvf tho Estate LeweUen Williams the Judg.of Probate for tb'
t 1 costs Oak or other Umber from such-Lands, will be dealt ,(late of said County,) deb, Nassau for Letters of Administt**| *J. .
'- E 1 ICN JING 1
Clay" \ with as.the Law directs. F. A. UNDERWOOD. late William Pendarvis.late ofsJ'1 etewed.

ia.'s $ EXPEDITIOUSLT AND JOHN I.. TAYLOR.. i Administrator. EDITH PENPiaT'1arcb6 P
t JEXCCUTKO. AT TBls'orflCC. February SOili, IU15.. Agent'U..S., &c. I .Na"I 1DniJI e,E. F., January 21316. 1846. JEHU BOOi& .

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