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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:
May 22, 1846
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
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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.r 1a .'req'be eoaiioued. until forbid in solitude-that .he' never: speaks to, they had attached. thon S'pr'buc' tfn; DRIED* CAROLINA FIGS: plo_ in straw;w V.braiding Nocfi&ciy .

1 ad rFive chargeI dollars fDr. chtrcd. for all' annnunce- ,any'one,-and. ;that,the:.only! amusement but?ootd''not succeed !in getting more t: ( *T.i Ed iWr 4:r-tFot ;some:.;time\ I t' Qa.I.q"1te. 't-e f.staw

itflt nrcaoJidates for aftue.One he has is to, fire blank cartridges at boats' thanhalf,, 'vayupV' ., : 77. ., 4.totiti ,.1" havebeeaof theg impression MtaX 'asgoodjigrs and :maBufaetare.Tbe Iihletown'
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aqu.rr.rorSax.Mon could be scarce
; tll Debtors avl Creditor*. t' ,: 10 00 as they. paS; that, die passengers may > 'T >L *" .' ";* ."-"Kw /. prepared, ineorgi thousand inhabitants '
; can for Letters Admmlwration '5 00 have gratification of hearing the.remarkable ''of Lol -'Ve are,apt to Carolin'd! a's the Imported.. .Accord emplo'13491e.

K5 n*!All religious notices--will be iaseriedadmi gratut echo of the Lurlei, which 'repeats Imagine here j' e TJnited'Statds,.that ingly, .last's ison I prepared a quantity males and 79'znal..j,'1 the, ,siraw bss

the growth of' ofir towns and :cities fozmarketbut nesp.-and .raannfactures .'aaawdly S 6.-
&O :An :*aMe personal communications will sounds fifteen ,times. The only pt for :family'use. I "

bfor1r"r* It' ndreniMmentft.KF '. remuneration which,he receives i is,the greatly surpass:in rapidity? ,and.extent Asfig S ason, js approach ingr, and as ZGOvaIuedat32o,929' i- ...: .: ;_' _:' r.* -ir .

All or hills the wnrk.rr for Job. Priming uiuet b pan! nn"the gratification. of giving pleasure ,others. hoe ,of :any: ,.part ,of the.qld;\vorJd) .- :the"crop,has the' appearance .being; anaburidarit ,A'story i iV t pld :in ,the Cmcwaali.Ea-

(iU-Pri: All nVai>ns' nmt he .. reused. tn 'His firing has -become, common_ Some' facts about.. London1would: .\ seem, one,I,give you,for the benefitoffiggrowefs quit r, of.a.Scotchmn ,who was dining '

GILLETT & HAJl.&RD. l'o. ag"I'.i4. 1 law, for'he practiced ,i it from n: time to.,contradict'tliisn,: tion. my plan of preparjtJ.t out for the first, tiraerand was cp&se. :
i t4Itis; stated, for instance_ in'a recent m-G at h'ta t the with the '
; COME TO Tar' SOUTH. "whence the memory of man runneth stems qnently little 'un'casyin hlsbobti-::1.

D A. B. MEEK,E"n., or AUl I mn.: not to'the coritrary." report ,to the Gotrm'nthnt'in1itth r ) to them, beforetheyare fully'ripe,'have 1 During the 'first course he'&deic dtcl m .
-:' fOW more than;twelve.yeaTI5tweb.ehundredi : !.syrup,prepared, ,either of$ brown, '
to ihe Sou th.\ **eri Wautiful: '!'nn., w*a might describe- hebriclesofth" orwBitesligarf dropping napkia, bread:and fbrk'Qp
tTis come tIi* rlim< ' nrt"ti i. lhi*),t h.ui.. 'Rhine, which 'are all coh&fructed of i new "streets' have been added to,London : and, while,\Doilingputin, on the floor and'as be, made. adie: for
.hji vitli iuniitf lAud ; ; which is, at the.rate of one. hundred yourfigsand; let,them remain until l \ ) J ; .
Wborf the sky rvrr |m g iiil1 floating boats-the little mills, they : them, his.coat collar] apeizedhis, soup
ah. ..wrr. uprrnd their treasures ohti.m"'DAzul that arc anchored 'in the) 'centre 'of.the streets,a year.' becomeflntvblh. will be in a.few minutes : und gave: him a warm shower 'bath.NYhile .

"nnw brcctt; o'er bright. waters WUrll: 'jneencnorg. river, Having their',vhc'ti' i h"a're on, "These twelve hundred" :new streets ; 'takoithem! out,put'them on a dish i ': in this agreeable situation, hi*

'When'* tli". the side, turned, by the rapid current. f contain fort jht 'thbusabd hoilseV, pc:fray,',' them in the sun; 'after :. host called out, 'Mr. Campbell,where.i*

ADd f ny birh l are glancing in 1atity ami nng; and'many oth; features of''thy! : Rhine', most of them built\;on a;largcand com they l have ,, drained: place:, them ;io. Mr. Campbell! A half smothered voice

t Whrf flummtT *milr>. ever, oVr' mountain und but' ur.l limits will} ,not permit! j' so .modious, scale,.nnd in: a i .etyje:I ,of supe- anpther' tray, taking .care, to turn them; issuing from under the table replied, ',[
plain, ... ; nor comfort./ \" jt th ajljiija.wonderful] lei them be turned gently and presserdTfl wish he iti h 1. I
lUiinp was
And the 1w-fli p'It. ur Tvl "n mhadowrd, rvniuin! A li -ut'. .ih ,,air tulicu.f1JtTis r .- ,
T Increase, it is said, Hhat tHeliemand for twice a"dajr Two or three days -
Oh. to bid
rom .enough ,to .adieu to,it
Tlw*hrino of iI!lap tl 1. easy houses instead 'dirfnriishihg; 'continues sunning is 'sufficient to cure thcm.1- :n'Irish Claim for Dosfeger. A kse
but it is banish
impossible ,
An.) dwell in it!* 1M..r., on it' from paper one's, re olle tiol.. As Byron .to increase,' and that while in many Before: boxing;them, have some ,well English paper says :thata. fiinier: hs ;
Svret.Lit'autiful one towns of the .interior,: ,the..number ofunoccupied dried loaf-sugar sifted upon, them-boxthem dc..anded compensation from the,Cork

Oh! 'nm lo tb South.and 111 build dtf't' a hnmr .says'I JUMC; cnn,,h.,no farrwrll to, rrm%. lake. thiuc. ;. houses :Js;., augm ntirg1 and they arc ready for use It is and Bandon "Rail way Company,. fpr InJury j

Vhre winirr lmll ivver ii.trtiMvHy com,, Tl."Hi5nd'i. r Uui d liy PVIIA hin'-. 'scarcely IS a nsw street rn. t9ndoq.tin- important hat.they'are' :not' allowetf to which) would! be done_ to'tne/Wii/A:

The Ql1f"1"rI-1ik. catnlpa, lit nt"ral.nud pine vinp AIM! if r,'l' rinnilv $Ii.i'r* roign- ished, before almost very hoUse in, it slaY'JPoJ Jopg!jn, the, boiling: syrup-i iC o/AtVcotw byr'ea'sbn of th'e Bors ,stea ili r

TV n1'1.fruiiel or n-.lw..1Iifland, tllP! rulij-ci'mmi'il hade thee nt Their g'7.Hou i!I.. l In".I\ nhiru'! is fully, occupied.' they edo, ,. ,they ,can never be, properly; I nod, smoke of the )Jocomotivesriatkeir, :
li'oom tound ; i "
thy -
Shall Ti wilh,; llvihnMl. 1 pj lilnn.uf r'ir1c I'raie, s
!"0ne : dried. transit .
for the ,
;.great reasonassigned '" t
"'f' Mciri mih.I'J"" nw.i"n."r.. .ltar"I" s
hirrl of all mnsic keep amorous tune: London is ,the 'I c Hempia i :box this
extraordinary sending
TVhil Bxl iVurtp ufiitf in imp HllnrftingThp m"z rapid growth you a A Rich ,Joke is ,the rounds(
Bv ib*su"h of glad! (IMntIiwe uill fM u*nt err. ,lnillMut, :r1&rnnil fuft-iho' gl <>*.* i)1'Ul..M.f facility economy and despatch I season Tor exhibition in the Savannah going
Ko- trouble! tie v"x IK."no ..>rrc w In giieyo! tI1Is.iN .., with which market', the Paris papers to the effect that two '
Oh, cum to tup South., people are, transported over works. on: Galvanism had been'lately
railroads i them.' May 1i846. CAROLINIAN.
Ttt .hrn ,4tIi aun, terminating, Owing to -
CIIIr\1" IN TIM: FtOIUO.Vn.. seized by;the blind'arid' bigoted Pontifical -
:Ail hwrU nSweit its 1't'rI. this cause, 'it is estimated:that the daily I
The following is from the Charleston ,Government at Rome.: The Governraent "
beautiful London
noc.Oh influx of individuals, five times great Literature.-In a wincfpw"in its

C"nm" toIG South,'tii 11.anme of the hean: Evening Jfews, and is true*: er,than i it was fifteen' the White Horse yanl],Drury lane, may: ted Actually that j imagined the works in bid besot;. !
VAn incident ,occurred, at the ,Key ignorance: something
No; ky like its o'n. run dc p [>a-iion impart; "London is nOw about forty miles in be seen a bill,' announcing, that "kar- to cb not with galvanic'electricity i-
Tin glow I 's if its Dimmer i! foil in the n ul. Biscayne Light House during the Florida circumference, and numbers more than pets is,.beet and mezzages tended to," ?, I
And L v" k..n.thrrr, his JVrvvht cnninil" war, which is perhaps worth recording two millions inhabitants.1'", ", : by the person in the kitchen. In Duke; ,-but credaf !-with CalMi.! .
Oh. herr wiMild! thy Ivnuty moot 4nrnsdpieaLe.t1rrutnEirh brilliantly beam! : The Light was kept by a_ man i street, Westminister, "ile for sallydea" ivi I

And thy wi i.Ii!lift ofthy pn<%h nway.nrt .like h iuld vnlned be. named Thompson-his only companion Xapoleon's Heart.-After, the,deathof i is sold, and:in. Union -street, Somer's Ru'ofJ 1of Foreign Bodies fro iM'

And this lK n",iullaan.1 l ppnmn Eden to the'r.Oh. being an old negro man. they both lived Napoleon, his heart was.taken.out by town, a paper in the window announces Eye.-A Genn writer basjreceatly

rom In th*. S.mlh in a small house near the Light House, his English physician, to'\be einbal n rl. that "young! hoomau is wanted to, nus 'proposed that when a. foreign bodyfi i
The fihiini, "if ih. flfln. One dusk they, discovered This' laid the Heart in of "
eening..about physician large
And dwell in ii* belw..n, a chylde. In Margaretta street a board .such ,asa particle of straw, qast&c.j[ ,
SVTPPI.'iful inP.PASSAGE a party of some fifteen or twenty silver dish, and poured cold water over informs us that, "noates. and leettrs is, gets between the eyelids and the globe

. Indians creeping upon them,'upon.which it. ,He then. placed a. burning \wax. tar punkully delivered, and l'henands- dtn'Mt' of the eye, but' without, being infracted '

t OF THE RHINE. they immediately ictrcated into the per on each, side of the dish,. which, was Thomas, Drummond street, ,'a' solution of gum arabic;"dropped 1

: A correspondent of the Rochester Light House carrying with them a keg I! in the middle. .of a table, arid went 'to informs his friends and the1 world,' that .in to:the eye, may be advantageously 1

Democrat says: "One of the most interesting gunpowder, with their guns bed in the same room; but having, of he "rites petishuns.'and )ethers onnhe employed its extraction the sofe '

: features of the Rhine, is the munition. From the windows, the course, become J': excited by his singular shortest nDtis," and, : Miss Augustus tion; does not .produce any disagreeable.r ;

, vineyards that every where cover the Light House Thompson fired upon employment, he .had ho sound_ .61 cp.- Kennedy, of the, samelocajitytake.s in &ensaton.. : T 3M j
banks. We passed through a deep valley them several times-but the moment he While lying in a half (1re rrij 1g slate, to;"he ukah.Jn' sowing, and reap'ing." I

a for about fifty miles, and every foot would show himself at a window the he was completely:aroused :by 'a' flash.' ,A Mr. .John'Miles, of Gray's Inn Lane, Early' JZmagv- rThe difierence bet .
would .be instantly riddled with in the silver,'dish. A txveen rising every morning at six and,
of the side hills waa covered with vines. glasses ing shudderpas. teaches "singeing panefirte.,, while Mrs
Some of the hills are a thousand feet rifle balls, ,and, he had no alternative ed over him-he kncw not what to think' Mzir yof the WaterlooJoad, Jets "Jo- at eight in the, course of forty years,

that but to lit close. The Indians meanwhile of the and remained '' amounts to 20,000 hours, or eight years ,
: high, and many are so very steep singular occurrence, 1 gings for single men. Jt .would ,take, t
and 10 hours which wiUaC.
it is only by artificial means, often by getting out of patience at not being ableto perfectly still; but in, a moment, a column or more to chronicle all the 121 days ,

, planting the vines in baskets, that any force the door, which Thompson had more he' heard a fall, arid 'starting up, good things'to be.seen in a literary "way,. ford eight hours a :day forexictI' tek i

. soil can be retained around their roots. secured, collected piles of wood, which discoveied the cause :of his alarm, or in the windows of London. years;, so that it, is ,the same; as.jf,tea-i
the door and set 'A, monstrous had ,drown: years of life .were added in which he
. In other places where the hills are so being placed against surprise. ( ('
that the soil and vines are washed fire to, in process of time not only burnt the, heart from ,the, dish to,the,floor,.and,I The fiist steamboat' accident in this, could command eight boars each' day"
steep door but also fire the doctor reached the he happened in 1818 to the Washington for the cultivation, the mind. &c.- -
down by the rains they build a,sue- through the set to when the spot, country .

a r cession of terraces or- steps extending stairse conducting to ,the lantern, into was in the'very ,act of dragging, it .to: on' the Ohio river Accordingto From California. 'letter 1 in.} .the:

fron\he bottom to the top of jhe hill whichThompson and the negrowas compelled his hole. In another moment, that, a letter'to Congress by the Secretaryof New, York, Express, received'overland: ,

J They are supported by walls of masonry to_ictreat. From the ,top, they, heart, for which half the globe was too the Treasury, written' in 1838, the dated San Diego, January, says that. jj

from five to ten feet high, -and,the were finally driven by the encroachingflames narrow, would have become the'supper ; whole number, ( steam engines of eve the people are expecting.every: hear to* ",

breadth of some of the hedges on which and were forced to get outside of a.common. ,rat.j '. ry kind that were then in use in the hear of war between, Mexico and, the -

N the vines grow, is not more t'han'twice on, the parapet wall, which was not Truth,Stranger than Fiction.-Every United States, was 3010; of that United. States., The. Provincial Assembly
ber:800: in steamboats 350 in locomotives "
than three feet wide. Tiie, flames were
the height of the walls. To reach more one passing along the .Rue des Mar- will convene shortly, ,when. it is the .

. many of .the e narrow plats, the vine now began fifteen to ascend, as from feet above a chimneysome the mousets, during, .several_ months past different kind'and 1860 in manufactories of intention to declare' California free of,

dressers, female as well as male, must or twenty have observed a piece of ground Mexico!
1 must ,
number accidents to steam,
Light ,House. These two men had to en-
it '
9 scale the precipices, and hang as of kind of building. Ills
vacant ,
lie in this situation some seventy feet every I gines up to that ,time, causing )loss of Rail 1oadfron.ThelroiiCompany"n
I of the rocks while
from the face having
were stated that' tbe"ovn of the '
r 'spot
furnace life was '2G1 'of which number 230 styled the "GreatWestern
above the ground, with a blazing county, '
soil itself and
deal of the
old house that
a every down '
great "
roasting them on one side, nnd the ; pulled very were in steamboats.The made, some fifty 'or sixty.r

particle of the manure, tmistbe carried Indians[ on the,other embracing every stood,upon it, -intended .erect.a. new: greatest Joss,by steamboat I thousand tons of railroad iron ,the.past-.
their shoulders. This will give the **'
op upon one on its.,sitej button digging, fpr accident collision and sinking for roads. "
occasion, so soon as any, part of the bodywas ', was,by the ,, year western f
idea of the labor and ne1 al l found In a : ;
you some expense foundation, a was of 1837 the
The : the 1\Ioum9 ut\1 in on
at negro .
of such cultivation, and the great value exposed, to pop himself l1. va8I I perfect state or preservation, on'which Mississippi the number of lives lost I ..E.raznplVjc,'a,mudezerexe fi

of every inch of ground in these.narrow incautiously exposing received several balls was inscribed, "Defense. d' tt'ver 'uri was 300. cuted in Englandsaid he had, paid for ;i

to it. killed, Thompson nouvel edifice. ceterrain maudit."-, seats to witness the two last execu1 -: I
. strips repay sur life the .
loss.of .
had beyond The by explosion .
which he projected greatest tt 'i!
in his feet : *
You would be surprised to see,the ; This becoming known ,tol aizt.hori.Liesthey,7 !-. in the turns.. ,
roasted to death of .a,steamboat_ was case '
wall. "
have the the Nearly with the legend : % --r
raftson Rhine. -
the They appearance ; in compliance the !
seized of the Oronokeon the same; number
in a fit.of.desperation, Thompson Marquis. Beauhar&oiv brot .
of a floating village. The commanded 'the wprlcs, for the 139. The de ,
I ,which he bad,still, :of lives lost was
the of gunpowder '
rowers and workmen" sometimes number keg new .building, to ,be_ suspended for the ther-in-la\v. of the Empress Josephine,

four or five hundred, superintended preserved to ,keep it from the the hands of; pre eni. According to "the; traditions,' j2 Three Mile Painting.-A, Mr.Bon- died,'..lately; in. Paris,, aged: .rirt. l'Lmarquis .

by pilots and a 'proprietor, \ habitation the enemy, and threw,it into his own blazing sufferings of old, Paris, 'collected, by ,D' la"ue, the vard has ,been .industriously engaged, in was' quite' ,blind. *- .
hoping to en4 j' i. : 'f '
is superior in size and elegance light-house, house lately pulled down, must ..havestood .in Designing -
for 5everalycars
In 1 a. Louisville ls4y ,
and clestroythe' .savages. Only, a .n&j
to the rest. The Captain places himself : 'on the spot ..orn of lthet butcher. of theMississippi
and i grand Danprama
walls : painting took
few j it ,exploded, but the having engaged to be 11arried. pocasion
moments_ L
flesh food .and ,
raised hntpan for .
upon a platform or stnge.from -be shaken and the, who sold: ) rid Ohio jrivers, on a can her mind and besought
to to change
,which the float from were too strong ouiriflUeCedaftewardsbtained : .
he "
of hree.In.leS'.
can survey some person anextent *
; took ,out.of. the top of the j Pass covering the .aid of a irTend, saying"do halpme
end to end and, direct words and explosion plane permission io build : theground is said the *
by ,
it had been fired 0 upon He has:now,:completed, it out of thrs knoUM- lf f .
though :
sign.its movements. The boatmen are light-house, as pa the 'express. condition that, from ,Kew Orleans foVicksburg.giyinjgviews ,
river Ker1' rn end
The.etfect of ,the coucusfiion \fississipl' "0 cert lnly, replied -
from a shoiilo the lnsL"-Pfris. ,
often and gun. : be
accompanied by their wives > ,. that house : of all the towns, ,done it' is o&yatesi
throw: down blazing materials "that's easily as
amhesj.pou1t y, ptg and, other,animals was Constitutional.. islanand and cotton plantations ', ii]
level; with ,the ground, so nato, : J, '. 7 1 '' sugar not;? a1 .

butchers arefound are attached aboard-and to the suite.-several produce a subsidence of the flatnes and,. The St.-' Louis Republican' ,:regrets, ;to" between'with truth'.'places.and accuracy., Every,.nnd'witnThe thingfrUeri } 'Violin- ( ',. -.M Mr.Kiliaa,;a! Zaulkb HI
for the
I The dinner hour is nounced, by a ,and, Thompson was permitted to"remain learn that the: negotiation Nauroo and'aarenumberofkta purchase finest scenic efiect,, Beautiful moon-. has*invented quite a sew load'cifJ
Before daythe the at
of ;
h s"et.on a pole, at which ,signal the exempt from 'itsIifiuence.' .in the,;.town and'arms light cenes,' magnificent i forests. ,. the. violin.strings,which hecojand.w. iciit
pilot gives the word of command, and ',*Indians ,were; pfij and Thompson ; richest shrubbery, steamboats majestically are:said.:to excel all' others. They ,are r
for the of
to throw: lathe vicinity, purpose
left alone compelled mTxedwitk'
the workmen' from all to being was ta. r nderc.d. solid, bv beiog
receive thr
run quarters ) ploughing J o-ughr \yater __ .
,the .into an asylum '
off the body,of ihe.negro, while,strength converting temple broadh .: ''kind varnish; tl1ey"erfr
their A raft i : ms.qu1etlyt some
mess. generally ,widows, and-females :has' king: \T lg t.voo ;
birnandbeforC itputrified, for litut ., ,'
left.l 'o'ut tunrul' do'awiyeairly"rith
from six to seven hundred feet long, was yet oitin'dcnn the stream, and get of .

about two hundred and fifty feet wide. The explosion ,of' the, powder was so; far' riot beenMentirelyisuccessful.-r-of the, Mo'rmo1.'a: the all.lbefeatures, whichthe charactedzo th8'aecessi.ty of UJl g'IflI' ',JI,
Revenu Cutter, 'fhe
In the. nai rawest 'rpart of the :river,"! heard- on board.of$ a which immediately jrentleman'ailiided; tO",agreed JIB to:price -,? ,:western.;rivers, re, rtniyed; by :Versailles j i Bonnets nave'beea'lair J
.distance 0 ,
where it winds its through.a'deep some ; < with wonderful .rorc
way Anenal.andother .T, Te1bViWe.J
what Hall
for'thei JVIasonic. ,
to the spot,to ascertain i & ; : !din Philadelpbia
proceeded win
Ta1ley which overhang on either ide iknd :oh ;hl:1n.j The Mississippi _be completed .msoine .& ... '
occurred ,they found the public buildings, ven or glass pea : pr..1rt .
bad jnrhen Mr. B.
by black thousand three mon tls'wheo '.
a bare precipice ,
.flouse burnt and.the keeper,above dredond: acre lots;; but 'the agents declined two or -.EzcA. it; ispaId.pi3 ,.exeecdiBfltf cfeastelustroas .. .aai...."
feet of the most Light tEa Pajris
one wild
high, making 4estgns'b ngi g' .
the templcy'altfcough. they '
jsellingi .
Various .experiments appearaaec
level and terrific places :on .the.Rhine on, top, ,of it. ; 1.-: ;- "', .1", 1 J

*e were) ,suddenly;started ,by"the'sound, were, .,resorfed J to to get Jiim .do.1ap i i were'willing to!lease'ofibe1iiierabg::Iti: ,Without:the ; 60'a tRt tW5W6: PYb"e'r t C"1.1.J'vea,. .. ,"to_ eak....,,# :A.

C'a bugle It-proceeded ,from a littlegrotto finally a kite was made and 'raised'wjtna to., teraplei the'purposes,aH"aJed. It< ; fb1'1'jquiaj! fli5ementTmrnDctri4ttFreeieii .\. histlingmpostor. 4a',a' oftee, aad Ow ,
andrsO'manurred- ,tlemaa? C8Bpdt1-.b :- < 'wkistle'leiMeF7deVty0a"d6rt
When j in which:dwell'an old;hermit.lohtra- bring L stdng thelwe'twine:; withirf, : his-reacnj tchIc4LL hopes still, -that ,better .;..ceaaselsvlmayiprevail Ii' rii.u Thid_=_.1__.:p..1 ,iha!! .'c- 't: 11eJOR; to- ,.- 3 4.- -5*> OIl :.:
tbcboat ,
caroe opposite liberal. heartedbeaefactof '
ap of goo4size, was Jnext, :Attached :aadthat; itbia .te i'if;' a h rJ F Dg. .i ;wJ; i *:*-ii, '">' \ J
fee loaded 2unJeVaMed iit ftl the,boatj a L rope qtlyjk
his .
t Analltra 'inay: 'leLenahIed' to .eonsti.h lewou1& ; :jh t '
**4 ,He i..ed.tl1. badedHWO nd bauled,I1 : .'T '. .tp'-..lir twin daug1iit r'J give.iein '.
fired '
; v rasteae ton t A mate hiarfliE bjeetv" .t:$" al,' .'t t t. a" .t.ti"' a r miJj".tkirw i' ,ell IC,, W.'C I< t'..IIV 'ArCI', 1"
b1 1ck .b ibleipg ,, d. to aoie,. ,.. .
4' .'Y "
,aad &,' *gak reloaded, I, -'' ..;w..tor"ta \ : .L '!.,JH broad aH"W I'-IIi
f Bd .. ; t-- i i1.tgQaa "Tt.-I '
Liodse, .' ; \ t'b Ji t1 ii as".tmlr ( 8.
L&t before he:oeald fije e-tfelrfurac, 'uiiiitabledihe cjewtoMUlJJvMiac : : .1'At) 1' I!m, :.J4Jtt. : .; ":. ,to- W-."ae at, the i2ooa',""1 ilsas jI
lMbeatwu.o. C',"i.r_. tAY'we veTo qly. pplype4d4 tr : ; ? ; -'.
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tei ted and ire4A'O"'fW.1.. .. ,Indians- had,.attempted, : t-' .lP: rl: 5<"'I' -<" .'".' ;",*_., ,.." '..'. '-.'"., '' ,.-.-,'V'.":._' ., .".'". ,",>"''.-"",, ifJ.-" :I.;.:.'.4 '. ,'Wa:. '. .

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: 1fllEN" .E' jS'14fP thatUie was not aiominated.byji: reg.ularly country_ .had stood morp from Mexico,5ever ed by the JFrcnph-vprcopJ i :;,OR'ourcoiitiand ;A:t gent1eia I ylTlVwffn.'S t S: ,5 JN6 4*H*%.JftK tB;'

-,1 .4 .,....., o J": '. ;. ." .t ..,'!It 'appointed.ConTefltion.fef, ,re'contending ;: ,thanfnn| t- civilizecr""* T"txwer'lr V stood JSr nent..ff4eruo: of i fend France .seen'*a jetterirons.the, British,Ce *Ql a
V : 'S fe "yjt '" -'A'-i-y* f. > has b us. that city to the British ( !
perfectedfagninst .4
4 -l .o.rJA JCCF MAYt .; 8fEt;; Q 'V 5 } : fere
: fro. .'arfo&cr.. This had reaedher
: .I.t" .....,. ._V.", f#> I..1 I..'__ "." _- ....1' -,:1 nlc) : for : reaJJTnciplei: we are. T, '- t-.wai, *KJ country : i T, ; ,?* VS; '' f April 18, 1S4G. frQm'YJncJ! :be,give* .ms an.'eitratl-Z
;. ; i&... f:"$.-.- '.." .: contending for recognition of popular tip.fostered\ her,' protected Iier>B8. ,ce..trim qUite convinced thatwa, Thir letter.indicatt*degree: off j1';;

". .!-az9 j, '_ rights and their,success should be se it 'had the republics of South America. not for Sir j Kob'crt' eel and, Lord'Aberdeen ity tetqcta 'ihe Mexican General''''''.if.

F .o'1.:. b:3::: ',., VI cured'ty ;presorting to:so'truly, Demo. Was she a republic;) to drfyl How long ,'\ve should now have a war. "writer that would, justifythttupon the,toneIv';.
I f.... tt"1., 11 V a ..,_ "f't 1'\'I ..., Hint-j73d1eV the mantle
i o.q % ( cratic measure Convention. We bad ,she been a republic How' long of'Vt4C
: .....nJ ...J"\-..., tT .. ,r .., m as a : FCRTIII2K ,ftion IEXIC8. "mlt:',,1 th,tlu..1D.14itc hat., He '
oJ "''' 4" "
O..aICE; have ::Before remarked that. TaT not ira- since she had an emperor onWitlTevery her.throiie, t the arrival of-the Ellen and Clara ,ArapndU showed him the letter 11
le J "1 ; ; V ; : :' By .. waroi
1 rSL fGenflemen 0- %* **'favorabl- *** y.iiisnosed( 'towards'* -JW p'robablethat the next Preentia1! elec'"t Sisposilioh'. to 'benlent"] aew. ..Orlenrt', Gen.'T ylor bflT'the banks! of'the Bra(

i 'cjeTjbraliBgjtht i ?Aaniversary(;pur; ,Nartioaal lion-may' "thrown: into< *- '".'House* '"!>"*r "* ".of"f there.. ''was. 'VV a, 'V limit, fofinsulf.. .. Irom'r."i.. '."'onecountry "''" portnnt, intelligence, frOaicPointJsabel l, ,vo, before, itVa.. forwarded: and fain

I ;- }Independence' "are: -respectfully Representative*.) :In such case'.will it be ,.another., Mexico made war op to;the,29tb,.A pril. mates,:without nse"rtmg1r, that nothing

;. t rM.estto' tneet' at:iWooD1*Ho;el. ',''bri to'our:,honor that:Florida should ',cast o: upon United States when."l.c y.were' '.Tfothth'g'Ms been heard from Gen. hut prevents want of nn boats.attack** from He also the Mexican.

1 Mddcy. 'f Evenj'riext" ",> ntS- *" o'clock.!:i ',. ,Whig: ;vot: The' seat: of*the',present ,endeavoring long before. crossing the V TAYLOR, no accounts' 'having! been re.cV.VCd 'Gen. Taylor has plenty thirty-tjv0 says thai

} _,.:Jacksonville; :,(:May" ::2 incumbent ..was endangered. How, imDortanf Nueces. ,to.!\egoti te. Troops !" .ro.not: ,from 'him, at the P ini.Ye. extract pounders pointed at, the, town'*-which

:1 d .'C.r: ,'. .ft8'r1"E', ',t- tnerefbre' -- thats* every. -exertionsbouldrbemade 'placed there 'till till, attempts"rto. uegoli- the following account of the defeat is of course an exaggeration.We .

) '.:'We'1ia/ c5 t kiiijIei'ty, : ,of directj- by all ' ate had, f ile4. Jle)'asserted. ,\; lat in: ,la-:; of ::-tho Texan ,Ranger*,. from the Canales find in the Oiario of which a letter (rom
-> to Ampudia, we ofler
his unlimited
I S ing this number'jbf our,paper to severalwhorrVwe l \ therDemorratic'prty- to secure king up : position under the' Delta of the 9th inst. S a feu paragraphs precious specimens

bare :ieen;induced" believe: the: next Representative.' Jf 'we authority placed' in him, Gen./TAVtou 'tuptn'in'V ( cr" formerly of the'Tex- Mexican vanity., The letter is dated

t ivould begHd to,Word,tneir'feppport lo"a j"aJ'we.) are irretrievably cpnquerei. did right.: ,He,would- ,condemn neither "an revenue service, who has been stationed the 5th April, from Matnmoras: "

Tournit publislfealn.:East Florida, nd Let every man therefore, hisduty. ,him, :or:ihe government: ,, ,nor make it bCtVCCUVPornt Isabel and, Gen.* "The United States Army Ts encamped :.
I! a -.1 Letall sectional.and personal piques'be a question -whether he.was on American !Taylor's camp, with a body ,of. ,24 volunteer ,- on the)left ,sideof the.Bravo. Slight
devoted the.i interests of that section. '
j tp>>;; soil Texan Rangers, found several of fortification. have been thrown op in
If\there such. who would find it cast aside for't good of the' pa 1y-- or not. Thnt qu.estionvould come "
lire'any the, tcama whieh had.started from the front, or .rather large: ditcher,have been.
Ihcr'rnvcriierit to 'dd'their, nnmrs'to our forthe; good of: a party that has., the up Hereafter. He hoped the policy of Point" 'for:the camp were returning, and dug, the ,earth of which ha* been used

: subscription* Vr list,,'we. respectfully' request- riglits of> the, people at heart., rOur candidate the Government would l not<< bo condemned -: reported.'that: the: Mexicans wet! on the far entrenchments."I .

: .. ( will be: Vtthe.Conven- i in advance,,and if we,could'not; be .road. ,:He started from his camp on,the have redoubled my efforts tn aU_
themtowke it known to,us by returntti -
:: ; .V *> t' i < iio.nat the Lower,"Mineral- Springs ,which m rightentirely i 'he hoped, it would:be ad*I 28th,-wTtfii his whole force, to, rec nnol tack the enemy morally and flatter myself .
jng4he.paper., ;
tre, and possible open corhinunica-- that I have succeeded, for dcser- \
; tnitted'we'were so to some extent. \
iW earnestly entreat all dour friends will be. held''on. the 2nd Monday in ,, tiori with Gen. Taylor. He had proceeded ters n'e daily swelling our ranks. I t
:| : July next. From that time'until the "We'commend the'noble, and patriotic far about between have 35 thus
{who have our success at-heart, to;exert as as midway far, six were drowned, &c.

: themselves.. to extend, the circulation of Olectionlet".. every/ exertion i.*r :be. ,made to ground taken by te. Senator frthiiA. Point Isabel and the camp, when an "I have inspired such; tenor in the foe
) I -' ,* kansas.: Jt is not. time to overwhelming Mexican force tint they know not what to do convinced
I this paper.Let it said that Mid- secure his success., If,the Democrats ; wage: party appeared I
i '
Florida five of Florida, do,their duty their; success' warfare upon a subject, that interestsurnnmenndnatjonal very suddenly. A portion of his troops OM tliyy are that they cannot lexve
: dIet and West '
i \ can support V V were Ira\ ', these he instructed to keepon their camp without heavy loss, and exposing *
( honor. The
journal?,. while East and; South Florida will be ccrtain.V. people his right, and gave orders to the themselves to defeat.
'** V' / We- ;; 'neither; entertain nor understand whole to ,retire under cover of a chapu- "These few lines will enable '
are unable, 1.. to support ,one.. : are S No REDUCTION '-1'ARIFP.-It'is. you to i
: M ; such : ideas. They are.all determined relic in view. tbo I
petty appreciate advantages of a ,
exertion is prompt
that if made
copfident _. proper rumored,that!the governmentalVasri-
Whig and Democrat, to ;standby But his raw troops, panic stricken, arrival, before Taylor* has time. to re- *
V saiHcienv patronage can bo secured ingfbn, have 'resolved] in view'ot the their'country. They are,',anticipating scattered in confusion, and the Mexicans ceive reinforcements, and be enabled! to

1 for us, to afford some encouragement piesent difficulties existing between tlie advancing in overwhelming numbers make a vigorous resistance. The triumph
the call of.the President for volunteers -
: Jor4be future. United, States.and' Mexico,: to,postpone he, was compelled to retreat. He is certain to-day-to-morrow it
by thousands. The Southern; followed the Mexicans until must be "
: "" t was disputed. CA .ALE3.
; ; '.JOR1DA: .'.VQLt7TEERS'rn i '>; > ) : ARMY. their efforts to obtain* an immediate reduction States have already been In,motion. We within a mile of Point Isabel, where he Another letter from ..Mejia .declares

j States of ihe, Tariff. %The same reasons arrived wi h of his men. Six "that Ge is
I uTiiAii.-.WithIbe neighboring expect to Jiear,similar accounts from oilly two : Tnylor compelled lo employ .

V of Georgia a and Alabama, the ;citizens, will doubtless prevent the early the North. In, conclusion we would others subsequently' came in.' one-half his army in preventing

: of'Florida, have resolved 'riot to be the adjournment, : ,of Congress, ,, for whichtheir : urgently the attention of our fellow l- Capt. Walker estimated tIe number I the other half from deserting!"
press Mexicans he encountered 1500
V ; field' aid 'the and was'a' strong, disposition ,previous at \ Receipt of the Jfcws at Washington..
, the to, arms citizens Florida the
1L11lii ; in t:) duty they nnd he supposes that at heist 30 of them The Executive
the of the late from Mex Departments,,
., avenge the'wrongs of their brethren. in. to receipt V news owe' their country. Let them cheerful fell during the 15 n.inutesVhi l he with Military or' Naval operations,

Texas. Mr. R. G. LIVINGSTON, of Ala- ico. V S 'Iv rcppond to the efforts now making to engaged ,them. This force is supposedto were all put in motion by the news from

: : chua, :County, has entered upon" ,task, TIU V JIIEXBCAIY V JVE\Vfl. raise. volunteers from the people of'the be a portion of that which hJllnt the the Army, received 'on'the 8th inst. A
rifle :While we. enabled' to announce I last accounts crossed the Rio :Grande Cabinet Council held on Saturday !
c o.r-. ising' a lion.oJ11ount.e4; are State. A, rendezvous will shortly be some'20 or, 50 miles above MaUtmoras was .
night and various
: linen for the volunteer! corps upon the this week,' 'the gratifying intelligencethat appointed .in' Jacksonville and vessels and which i* estimated at, 3000' men.- ,were issued during from Sunday the' public offi orders

Rio'Grande and has' already( obtained Capt THORNTON Lieut.'MASON, It is !believed that had arrived
obtained to convey them to;the scene of they at cers. On the llth message' was sent
. ; 1iutdednamesupoither1t. Mr. have reached Gen.. TAYLOR'S camp inV the position; they occupied, by taking a '
one war. It is bat few years since they to cong css by the President, asking

OSSLAN( Hi''T;of'ibis; p1cehns likewise\ safety, we are at the ,same, time under were aided by their fellow State Let circuitous route on the Eastern side of for the adoption of 'such measures, as

commenced f the formation of another the painful.necessity recording another them aid the 'R Gen. 'I aylbr's camp. would enable the government to 'prosecute
.. now pub c. Walker after his '
t Capt. immediately '
V the to 'term natlon.
., 'disaster the American A war a speedy
battalion.. All who may desirous to' to nrms.
arrival tendered his services
The '
along the sen-board to
V ] of Texan in their effort OUR RELATION: WITH ENGLAND.. troops were
: : aid these''gentlemen 1 in their undertaking company' rangers '''Phe to Major Monme, the commander at be ordered! on: to Texas, leaving a small-

;, may obtain all information by applying to advancefrom, Point ,Isabel 10 the I Washington Union has published Point Isabel, if'four men would accompany iletaehmetu at each 'post to take charge

4o them at their respectiveplaces'fiesidence. camp,,'have been.cut to pieces by' the several letters l lately received from him, to make, his stay to Gen.inyior -. of the public property. Those stationed

.. Mexican, "V the other side'of the :Atlantic, which, with despatches, or die in the in Florida are not to ,be ,removed.V

I 4 I with their strong appearance of au. attempt. His offer was 'accepted, and It is stated that when the news; of the

. 5V'c... pei 4. 1'Ve-br.. the 'Pcnsacola'Dcm-, I But these temporary reverses vi11 only thenticity far to show the delicate accordingly he 'started at daylight on :! G n.\\ ortfi:

, I ocrat,'.that,all meetingpfthe.inhabitants i :' have' the eflecf', : arousing< the indomitable of go relations the morning of the 29th. immediately' called on the Secretary of

: of'that city,was 'held) .on "the: 4th i inst. I .spirit of the people of the United state our with England.The During ,the nights of the -27th and War, and inquired whether any action

for the'purpdse. of raising vohinte.rstoI States. Volunteers are, swarmingfrom question! is now, either PEEL or 28th,. the lrOOpt Point'lsab, l were in; had been taken on his resignation, andon

;, 7'! ( -, FALMERSTON,-either peace or we r. constant expectation 'of being attacked, receiving a reply in the he
it TAYLOR. all of the Union to the negative,
<< to the relief of Gen. quarters ,
proceed: PALMERSTON has been in France and a and dispositions were made according instantly withdrew it, aud'nnounced
Elective; addresses were delivered, and relief of their comrades upon,the Rio Iy. The masters and of vessels -
t : junction effected!: between himself and i crews his desire to return to the camp, whichwas
; : rolls opened for the reception names Grande., Louisiana, Mississippi, Ala- GUIZOT. The uion of and in the harbor .were called 'on, on the readily accorded,. and he received

; for. 'volunleers._ On the '2nd i inst.. :Mnj., bam, ,Kentucky and Tennessee, are England 28th, nnd spent the night under arms. .instructions to proceed forthwith. *Theqaatti'ju
: .FranceVagaiust: ,,the United, i ,States is by On that 533 f..rJishcd'with
high inou '
of Brc/et
their thousands of : rank! is left unsettled
t < u's&.nrrived, at Pen nc'On. from. New, : sending .yothgmenuiihefield -
; this, time complete. When PALMER arms, of which about 50 were sea and Gen. Worth signified his in-
and :
of action ( Florida
Orleans I with orders for the remoyal of '
; I" STON obtains power we can never expect V ,tcntion not to agitate that point until
: V the forces stationed there under 'Col.CkiNE l.L l.V J. is resolved: to ,add_'i its utile( V quota to our .rights to 'be acknowledged by the ::I men.The, works were asr perfect as it was after thecloseof Mexican campaign,
:i 3y 4o'clockofth same day, I swell, the,army which shall, cause the possible! make them under the cir- I when he would again occupy his lormeiground
English Government. it was PALJIEK- .
every 'prejmaiiqh' ;Iiad bccri V 'made,,aridthe I perfidious Mexican: to tremble. cum>>tuncesf and it was generally believed : lathe mater.
..STONwho' abused the Peel Ministry for that should but fifteen hundred '
.J took its The receipt of the intelligence'of the By reference to the
: vessel containing the troops I Congressional
what he termed the Ashburiou capitu Mexicans attack the place; they I
departureforthe Rio Grande., crossing, "of the Mexican' troops o'rer the lation. He would doubtless insist upQu least held at bay until reinforce- :News in another, column will bescea

Rio..'Grande, produced 'intense excitement i 'lI enis arrived. Messrs.' Munroe nnd that ,the ,House of Representatives, on,
.. l claims all of the,Ore
'DJUED-F1GS.--OQ our first pago.willoe the ot England to .
I at Washington.Thenews., arrived Saunderit is stated), deserve: ear the recommendation of the comm
; found a communication extracted, On Sunday gon territory north or'the Columbia praise for the manner in which ,they affairs
upon Saturday evening. on Military parsed a ,Bill authorizing
: 4 Xr m-tiie:Sarannali.Republican, wherein River, and ,the consequence will be a have fortified Point Isabel.
committee of the the President call
morningthe' to for O
is detailed a.process.for drying figs, as war with,England, ,and,a commotion extending It is announced in the Chnr1cstori'C ,OOp;
: House, OH& Military affairs, held a .session volunteers, and made an appropriation,
; :! adopted'ih'S.; C r ,r4Jjn .- As no country' nnd 'in accordance with their,suggestion th ouglioutthe civilized world. 'on ncr,. that Capt. Thornton anj Lieut. of ten millions of dollars to out

: i in 'the world,is. capable of pro cing, We give the following extract from: one Mason. ,have _reached: ,Gen., Taylor's such carry
.the Hous on Monday aBillauthbrizing1 provision.
V" t ligs in greater abundance than F1 rida,- of the letters above referred to. camp in snfet)". I <
1 the President to call From New Orlea.,.-The' Steamer'
: 1, where we -have ,usually three crops of LONDON_ 'Ibtii April, 1646; It is stated ,in letter, as we"understand '
/ for 50,000 volunteers, .., n appropriating, "I believe that the 'received 'Gen. Worth and ,Galveston left New, Orleans on the evening :
by we
*he"rrwtdaring: ,year; there i is no, begin' to, vveare. on ,
: doubt trmVHhe"business .ofdrywg' Jlhem: ten millions of dollars provide' for the very verge of: war-precipitated into it hear confirmed) by another: at Savannah,. ,of the 9th with about 400 men foe:

'b. V ;: "', .' t prosecution' of the .%%'ar. ''We ,rejoice by :the cruel: t policy of some'of '* both from Gen. Taylor's Camp, that .,.point IsabeL On the ,10th the steamship -
: coiifd) be made proiitable, and theulti, and other It V after the hod been 'made the
that: such prompt measures were'takento distinguished men.. is now charge on Telegraph left with '400 more and
vation of the fig tree may eventually,be- becoming questionable whether first dct c1uf ent''of. Mexican?! which : :
: very negotiationswillbe I II
uphold the honor of the country, and Joseph Day with about .
.cil e :lucrative occupation as that I' : opened on the Oregon was paitially(ces'sfu'', and the second :I 240. ,
r ; the'effect will be) this as on ail :1 These together will the forceat '
upon increase
" : ,, question .from this. side.of the'water!. nnd main body en me to the rescue, kill
1 of1heQrnc.- other,.similar, occasions to show ,to the The Hudson Bay Company' .are- ..tidp- ing n portion, ,and :proceeding 'to' make Point Isabel to over 1000 men.
{TUE, -' CALL" 'FOB- 'Ae. : CON'." VENTON.i. world, that the, best security; and de ing, by .the 'weapons ,placed! in their. priSoners of the others, ,Capt. T. 'snw' I .Companies of volunteers were daily .1

b1X: .tJipttce a ,communicatipn7 i i in the fence of the United States, lies. not vo hands, 'Washington,all'that has been V V thai'all farther resistance was hopeless, I arriving. from, the interior of Louisiana, .1 :
done here. arid in' with Lien Masondetermined "
i. FJoridian, 9t. ibe,,9th iDS,,,wherein' the, much ,in a )large.' 's'rindhig, army as l in' "The. Herald S ," a. tory orgon, ,published company not.'to. be 'taken' alive.- The and from Mississippi V Kentucky V V, and Alabama. "' ,".
V : writer remarks in relation to the opprpcbing -. the, 'patriotism. of. its.citizens.. V yesterday a. letter. Irom a New 'IVork two gallant fellows 'whl'eledtheir' horses 5 '5 f

: : i ,cawpiugQ'Jlha, \he u had,bojved \V cannot, .however. but deprecate, correspondent, \vhicb: ,ihe idea' is suggested -V. and .plunging their spurs rowel NEW-ORLEANS, MAY 8.V V ( '

. 'that; 'in, Florida 'would! at that miserable pnrtyJe'e1ing which was that:the British should ,takeim.'. deep into the panting flanks of their no- Draf ing.-\Ve learn' that the Gover.. ,

iHis'time' beeeVtlyunited.J dn?Mr.fiHocKEN .' manifested by Senators in their mediate possession'of so much 'territory ble coursers, with fcabre wielded, anddeahi"destructiOn' nor has issued orders for a draft, and the;
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V V ,io: Oregon as "they"'te/iete belongs to' avid 'dettth i among enrollment of persons liable to military
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. V ouGH tJ IV, the J present, iiicUrribent- ,,: seizing this i opportunity: to vent their them: ,which;. ,is understood to,embrace those. who opposed their retreat, 'cut duty will be commenced this,morning
to tjL.I ender.uqnec3SaTy.thecaJ4.t A y \ oCa.:ConTentteLr V spleen ,ponjheJExecut; t'f' ;e, an'dtpjpost;; :. nlJl norih uf: tie..Columbia., The Herald th'eir'V y through,. and reached the and ,continued 'to- iorrow,, ,when the

1 I F'hilei'\\ OTj.acauicsciB t in.:,the lone. ,ny acUonifor:the:,relief. of the army ppru'"of" this' course., The; 'l'hueSt'' American Camp 'in safety. drafting ,will commenced., Any person

.entiment- thatihe pa y' are,:unitedj'n4hwrnfhpiceKyet -of
of 'taken \:;' the" Whig,'Senators as 5 the iinet"with;certain( 'slight reserva' Crux 'J learn \ lute to..thsrecruiUBg officers will be ex:, V
4 : .the necessity >aCoaveatiioH'ji tion by, ;, : Vera we that .tb.e. powerful r
tions. This morning,, it :sav.sif 49were crafted, from draft. \Ve are glad that :
: '.nevertheless, .equally apparent Ar ssr3. 'CtAyroN' and" CuirrENDN.V .- .offered, the'whole.of Vancouver'*! fortifications of that, place. :,. have. been the .Governor has .resorted to this step/ :

I ;;.!iOar.candidatc.aaost:be nomi, ? TheirjIiOflSVCrU) nobly' kinsweredbyMrSzviza ,island must reserved, with a division : placed:in a perfect state of defence.. and\can only regret,that, it has not beea* .. i

: V ed B/ihepeople) rtierr svishesmostrnantfesied ;of Arkansan. .; of'the atraits'.of'Fuca. ,.the free navigation The .whole!. :Torce of the garrison., was done, before- and that the whole;requi;*: !
. Mr. observed'that Americans of the Columbia, fof all the forts ed force are'uovt en route for Point lsVf !
-: e ,ia-a"f uStw:'jnaaher1in i S yjea.., pay abputf3000">'trongthe, ( ,guns were toari-;
V f. V ; I erected on,"the American side and bel We now feel,assured that speedy' ;
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D 8nr! r' V .' MiQJ"
re, VV .wuversaUy '.ai1'atory.-u. S : pie. He _never'rknew J lj r prig4t; i ,British'ihtereiU&r : ,, '!:;: ,:'Several.editors;have: beenirnprisonedby 1 Rumor /iPnNt'tr''V e heard l rear j
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no other' ner weje tl r t I,.ijbvbo1e; 'course efi, bis;Mife.: They 'V '"rl e! ,I5ee! niBistry frg&nc ; and' K2DE*. Gcn* AtvA Eaf, baa pro evefiinghatafldavit: bad, beea:BW 1 4\\.., ,

V tb&fulL, lu' gh canof :the ' e.ratic&l'J vvere wrpn.Jfiif'ia'. ",i inr r rule cut' V Palrnerstoa it 1easiiE3g T >, otthe ti. S. V $. Ic4, ; -l!: :C. V. I.' <5- i. : < \ r; -flr tb' t i in 'his,adhesion,Guizot-po 4K a-' *:'--* S f- V JJ -V trice Cdutt to"the effect thai Yetel! .* ';
:P8ttjI! !lu J r !g e ,, V S ",; .ilr. ,1..1 1 1 ,, !, 1 ; 9t-" 'icy, J :lfeartwwihI; npj; manifest, ,tie proposes: ,a triumvirate, composed: :of this were, about preparing teprlt i ;

!J1t" I(: t ian |a itoo i 1 $, .,JU,.. (ffiJgi!, J -- <--'mp! ," a\I imd* trt :slightest solicitude, :to:. .ettIthi&idesS : 1' rt I.1! Qfl141ICo.)3VjkprivAt1letter ,t aers port: aga jwt Amwteaa 1.-!-:' '.r 1

ftt 4ieile.r.1Je i: flavng.with::MexicoVBehadhoped.1o i V S Out rather V V ;! ; :'. froinMatamoras. : ,. : \J
_t l tloflJ_ : (; keep tta sqspeueas, i .. .. -q ,' TkrUmOaYVbeInIee4nO(, ,,
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of 65 to> 75men hjiv6 1 a" Utc 1) iln'a. ** '* t r ; eeri' Ifi.. ,

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frt&berasbington RegJmentll"eQ ofItton ) ;P vatesOrJiDfa .be''dr1s: "Jun-j "t .., am, '- ...1.. 'UJt. : Il"_ ,4 S:

commanding, and that tbeir : :Jiien shall .r i, Hardee was taken 1 that:ie would\.Jil hare. to cut : I'.., \ ,. et.. q". .:
i in the barrack, and will be drilled ;Xnd[pr t vaics,oC.v ) ; : 'td.,. $)tli" ..'.o. beftnV, ,nis 1ir: entfencLmehts'tlJio gfi\; { -..r"-1s" 1 .,..ct4, .' ''I S
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Sunday, on which aariheHriiqle twenty dollars, recei ved.fromf. a! .J ,.,'f. >
gitI inentViII probably get off. vices and the: : : *- 1ioTfor'c pt't'i of"h-. ,n yl'\Yb i .!,. .i'VI. .H 1-

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ran ,.o..I.T rHEn.B..L, t .And Us title7- ; ';the. exis t% gTf1rm" a'Another batI. : ".1-,.-. -.. 1 iti trr'..;..
the people f" the : 1 & V I 'J 1 : ...)..,d. -
coagratulate readAntact ; td place 1 id the 'a
\Te pr ; ': '4t ". !*... -4 UY'expectecLYplon.teer :: : ,' .,of etinMcr!
uited States upon urn prompt :action4en tion of the' ''.means:to pros} :Qctyc4 Jk i .... '1"-.01

by Con rcss in: relation ,the rent 'United CO.'" :States, / .:' : : ...?';,A,. ""| .. *-T'"; : "; 1JiJl,t.r'om; the'HO $ .IIM1eim4 1t7.ap S S '

ncvrs from the Army of Occupa- \ : .from the_House.J ';4 1S 6cBBatewlth% *, .%some J r as ..";. ...:. ,
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.: .. NCW, Wl iind' ."''fileTof the: >(; bents, ira' :vote:.o'f 40 to Ihe u.!.,haw.."r.
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following important' Bill gassed orizing' 'the ehlist- 1It .tJ..t.Ita.
The amendments tie .
were on ? ,, \
House on the llth inst., by. a votes In Sen fe._ : : n.c1 : 4 >was; ? not m .
4ie } ornpapy? byftbe'House, .e'J..Ift ; .fh1 SI
173 to J4 Messrs J. :Q. Adams, son, of Louisiana i :; ,passed. The bill only needs: the Pr ,I, nt .. ihi term U.Jerlml
from the in. .
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jsbmun, Cranston, .Culver, Delano, the irif jr' to., '5OOQ''m; n.,' to 'become Jaw4:.' 1**1 1 : that .f e"Sa'. -

(Gid ;ingf. Hudson I ,D. P. King, Root settI meritbf all* /! in the' opinion: S :>\notb r'jBilf i Jassea:bo'th, her .nra t be :c-lla., ,

screrance Stiohm, Tilden, nnd Vance waf" ,taken- .up.: --.t : ''exigencies. oOJie- the organization of'a, corps .. *" .!._.. Si. .

voices. Mr. Yulee : .' *t'ih* kg'.IIeIIi. .;
the ( the additional 'miners
ire :and.pphtbniers/, : ; mrrt.ttt fKr'Meioi
BILL. I:from the' ; rnn ,in each.corn. ':'.','The f President i 'issued>a pib J *: ;$H!. .

\fberens by the act of the republic of Claims, made a : ) to 64-. of,Wai on the, ..,13th., S : 'I.:.lain; U' .ho". S .. S5J :

Mexi ro, a state of war exists be- ing tb there: \ : Bill 'authorizing >- '. ',r4i r_,. 'r' 5. :rf'''."- ..'_..
UI's :
tircen that government and'the Uni- .1000 being Nutice' to Gnat.. ritain.- : .. .;
for J ,
ted Siaes! : O1OQOvolun. .stood,, ;says' .the Newark\ Ilf"f'nrM, 4. ,T.%
Br it en; ried by the Senate and House suspended p ten millions of though no tL' officially may.' !

l (njefentaiives of the United States had .distinct and 'the: existing r ""Mr Buchanan; by directi with linj.fc.tVof 5'

merica in Congress assembled, that After con. ot'oof" sident sent tI aasrhecau.eitI *,
; by as\ 173 : (;despatches by' | .nd.ilb
mutry ,
; prid.
T the 'irp'Jse -enabling the tTo ern- was,,on motion, : which sailed .from.,Boston on; 'rnj.Iirn.nt to be

entof the United States to prosecute In the House. stlni" addressed to ,,Mr. faring thai, .'
to a speedy and successful termination London J .fwiainlj *.nOIlae
pi1 war directing' him to .
the President be, and he is propriation bill Aberdeen tbeyea's notice a rampliinrnt. Air *tb.

'h isfffby authorized i to tmploy the militia, On the'. ppr, for the te min tiot ftt cjqi ,"r and"rp 'h<*'ff"81'1'd.lha&'nrati bawv .

'rtif and military forces- of the United I: the expenses of )tion of the Oregon'ter tory. A* nni ilm 'p.arU.

tr.; nnd to call for and acceptthe ser- rida for 1843,4 ana, it is also.said, .,has malting inin arid, our "',

tcc!(of any number volunteers, not made. THE information of the fact, to.-} | ..,.' wilt imt:permit .. '
brough ARMY. t.'ir .hoB
: ran rY4or.
Breeding fifty thousand, who may of- ham The form ;in' which : w.,. cf'girst pries"

ifftheir! -ervices either as cavalry,mtf 1- marks. was: '.sent; embraces, the wrll ima in.bow they

!trr,or riflemen, to .verve twelve! months Mr. McKay ) IS'OURS is, the preamble, ,and : wtn into ...idV..d.,

sr.erthcy shall have arrived at the place I tion, and Mr. Bro Slain-D passed Congress. ?.tV. lh.'Pm4'ThM plarrd rontact. .pokea wWi.1 .

rendezvous, 0' 10 the end of the war, Mr. Gro\'er, of : ; -Loss' of:only 'T 1 "" T "" : a.ame that onfsr. iris .
pi-ess sooner discharged; and that the .Jfiort 'T.o pa.-T1 e B'1tj "** in rxsmminc A
J of ten millions of dollars out of any Jones, of.G'. of ilth ins! says-"We, .,. .

boney in the treasury, or to come into amendment.. ; '( the- Captain i r* of, that Company H, 4th, I &. tlie bark 1 at Ui gt- .

treasury, nut otherwise appropriate j The* f ton, we were yes ',Company ,F, '3d artillery,. and S ;S'S S If ..
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and the ssm3 is hereby appropria4 appropriation ; of Savannah ,pa- Mcllenry, have received I irith 1II.goud tt t'&I"' z,' o.h'

for the purpose of carrying the pro- and finally lost. : last..' ceed immediately .to the scat' n.'r-.. ...
:suns of this act into effect.Sfc. uta, S ,' '. If'

2nd. Provides that at the dis the steamer New:' JV"eio .YorkLtg slature.-ln .t I S
In Senate. ,on the 10th, im of Hcpr. sentntives-' of New temswers"u brtfbf
ion of the President such volunteers ., to di.r1.iala'hi.
ries of the received from passed on Monday l b\ .0v, are.u f nnrd by-wry .
iall!l compelled to serve six months. which the .... .f
taken up to the 6th. ,majorities, ,in .a t. actually blew S\"
Sec.3. Pro\'ides-That the said vol- was up, ,tress" is totally abolished ,. .In i. A. .aie 5

ttecrs shall furnish their own clothes when the bill t ryirig. By the reserved in'leases. subjected : i .. mitta ,,aboq& ,

:d if cavdry, their own horses ; and sed. of 'the 'and provision made for, the' m t braird ar0 nubta1JIi Od !,,-.. 4

-lien mustered into service shall be In the House. out on l his: way; of J eases,.of agricultural lands were" rr.taioy) <4r f:. ,

: ed and equipped at the expense ..fA ,Camp with, .des'S .longer than, ten :years. -.. S
ceived from the
; the_ Mbea4ttiTaI t'
United States. information .by the New: yet togo' to the 'Senate. tKnt.the.! writer, by.< 1
ting '
:ec. 4. And be it further enacted. bill, w passed unanimously foI. "
Gen. TAY % aitictly iwa tbait S
*:u said volunteers shall, when called st'rters which -> the time. for the expenditure | command enter. .

.0 i actual service, and while remain: a letter of Gen. the critical .situa- 000 upon the New York and.5'S 'harei r oueariilire. .

therein, be subject to the rules nnd men had been Isabel was'plar.ed, road one/ )'en A bill.\\vas' ; the.line""NAUTtt alike. roe-." ;.

tides: of war, and shall be in all .rest ed by the 4"i. r of .its being forward to."provide-/pr ----- S S 4 5

except as to clothing and P3'tJttd force of,the' 'the people the question-4 pf ". .1w '. S

on the same footing with similar sert. ishment. 4J '. '. nng. "
determined ,
: the. Rrv. Mr. Made.
sof the United and
army ; .
ATT 'tii S
._should protect Connecticut. The two h
lira of clothing, every non-commis- In Senate. A. AVEDoEI.S \ S
Legislature of Connecticut i : ,
:ned officer and private in any comcy Committee on isb is'com- ,
who imy thus offer himself shall bill / Accord vention on Thursday ;n SdrIufr,4a7rt.f1g.; S .

entitled, when called into actual sertoreceh'c the to theist' choose State officers no .:.M''r, fad'f'J" 1b- .
public lands, Friday, been'effected by the people' tine, AN.TQNJQ .
s, in money a sum equal to ; :
) opposite Mata-. election. Isaac ACIA. .4pvjt4ec,,
f r/it of Clothing! of a non-commis- Mr. Johnson ; Toncey, Esq. ".r:Ie"'.!f'l'.vD.: ,__ __" 4 4
[ Lieut. Governor both tA anBOftnce. &r" J. .
-jbe) in the regular troops of the Uni- with amendments his way.through; ;; .a. a Cand14ta>.f

J Slates the defence of .*enh' 5.-na.ori.f'm.. .
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, pended At the. Court: held at n. i i ; oT Lev,. Bentnn aad .

at the said volunteers so offering several States niamor between ;. ,Palace, the<'6th day of,April, ( ejection in OcjJ,. S
command 'of dered her in ,.nchite of tiff l.
fir: services shall be accepted by the In the H ous by Majesty .uhcir S
1 d' th nLcivibe: ;
fsiilent i of the flying Ar prayer -n : ,
in battalions the rules in order :
companies, God : S cT. ,,. S ,
jad'Onl, and regimentts whose omI I I ,to Almighty .0A' 5 4 -5- __.
to introduce for the .I l latei ,'rctorie S S .:. : ;
:r shall be appointed in the mannerbe Gen...TAYLOR April- ? ; }' ,
the President to up- : ] .**
'ribed b\' law : from.Savaaoab, May ;
i in the several States ; ; :
I Territories and tried by ; effected' without I ICi'MXUMCATCD.J 'OTtTew.Mr. *' 'I.; .. j
to which such, ; S .,
compan.I Cttii'i-tic "
Mexican. Jtri "EvVrt, iimn n |oeftcuii S !
battalions, squadrons, and regls or soldier by \Vbo Nu'n.4tr".:" l>e H ( 1 Manon- Mi- ,. .M..ODe-'K4- ':. 5
!: shall 1 ,they cbncentra-. : \lanorr.J. .Lau .'t- S .5 5
respectively beloug., deserters have : "* J ? S .Tho' alxive j* .uur hotlf'.; "rr' g.' AD'Bukh l '
See. 6. And be it further' enacted, ThieBill for the' Camp'which. i i. .alurlJ.iluvTwiiune. i'tnuii i;t'tfj ,' ; d..' ;;
*t the President of the United Sta ; ,MrttliHt I | up l Iy ibt} *.wu.vtjt ol'Um Cfunt| r.n. B. : i.1\,,' :
knd 'Office '<*)**, (..liu >", Iii4. lar...J.1tt.1 ff,1'1) :.. I
is hereby, authorized to the 3d,.Gen. TAY- ,Mjisi". ,1latrMre.i, ii; .. 5S .: r -,' __,. S t 4
2. compar.ies. so tendering their passed. It \WALSEE back to ami ..Ilimil ly iuk ini, ii..iuiicu| (>ce, | ...t '.::; ,
TLC: Into battalions or squadrons ; the Department. ; 1..1. .ilia. 'tI.s', ''' UIfuloliu. ( planiaiinn jtoberT. :; S I
:.%iiojisand sqimdrons into regiments The gal- : GI&.I 'j ,f.t. / "'f". ?l, ; (. a Florida.o*sbav r ; 55
; ing Iu UM U ,fkcrtpiw.:41: > ,ltf |1)1< ..,-."J abont f.rty" !, .- i
tC1t! into brijfade!, and brigades In the House. : his commission .atiiitrG : S 5 I
"up twanl ,4{,jhf g "!|.. t"nt "fitw'or M lik ax. .
Nirisions, as soon as the number of trocession ,of tne ) t 10 'Ioint' Isabel -rt... tvh.'r. '..h ,I. IM..I Ifr I\.. i : H.I.d.6cieJR.S .
'fleers shall render. such rrraniza- ; must lr"I-i' li-d.I.ttum.. fa.r IIit" ( fie an*.ft>. ". I
in his judgment. and D. C., to the. 5th. He reported, electricity,.ruiild; rUtsIII uHiciem;pu. : .rrjr-k-bel n {. lav ,. :: .-: : '
,hy and with pediofitf;' ken After advantage:of ilucc.Murij(".Vk?-c;'tit;wouhl .n-quir.iii l ''..-G.Hw,.ni* Ik -r4f. S ': ;
the advice'and
con- liur. ***-but,i if ihevpawrrn! *cunp 'A liberal 'rr.rirat S
the Senate, appoint the generalsgadcand the bill passed by : : of the, camp,' or uaiiesihe. uuiLier t piJl r bt- .tn. 'r: f.wbu apprebe... ., .c ;

;' division_ and the"general The bill prov d : '. upotf It. in'.. fOnt. ; N"Ju ', pJ lIm'lItfur.It"\1 dr by the sun rnesntJiL1PX4 .1 : :
II : of ii Iaichr'wrjtri. ,, iuw. *! I etlw lighi : MWKUC".r
now authorized .
law '
by : Proviwtrcver not assume : .the,3dfyith; by, ; |K-iutij ofih
:zadr Thai major generals and to. $ 1 i the opjwsiie, side .il..t .i.i !..c'a..:t ) L'ii ie-rum I) ... ;. :,' : .. I ( .i\," :'
amounting JOt"
generals shall to S S '
have the .1Ik'wer. .ft ik.'t"UU :
p- 'w .
,1' ,lent of their own aids-decamp. 'voted against : !'8Iy .WJLI1flY! bi.ltlii... (lIILPILplI7. ; JSf6 Q\iiXIUDA; f11. .. .
'tt ; un" by a.t 4 : S 1
this onwrnce'*
President shall, if tbatrthe : pn i side, .." S :" ground ,
necesssziry'vvlOO ,
\ '
"1hn.iuni.d'iin.4 i Ii1< hl&b, .oF' "
the staff, field and IB the rear The : } r.D" ," _: :
: :$ the general 1 en the tie \ ,A.--mullanh$ iI.. ttltY.! : : ; .' .!*-4' "". '. ,.,.., !
ong respective Slatesandne and the > } ; the, jigef- :: And'50'"Vn"ii! &"'*' ;1ttIiiit) Jl S SlH nf c.u.fitalat- S \:. !
from which the volunteers .wasiroroediately: bit .. .armi.; '
4 lender their services, as he may the way ,for a: : Jolni'.--*1.ilr "Mr1. 'wrre 'o liberal. : "i aa,well aa tnm, S ; : :
proper and :removal thin[ 'thirty win- ; "K ir mt'I J.r: (r r rJI rJ"f ::;; bybich,il ||ear S :. ... I
a .. Qavtna..fMtde*bay .; :.;. I
sXlen- "
7th. Provides that 1 1ded were il4a44htjqII: l, .'..'
volunteers 4arfaU ia the State of I'
aent, . or ri ti:4ccr.I: N ,,1J.i ), .., h.fla. f:, &: : O'. L11 if1oa. I. S '. ,
disabled shall ; '
receife the ;
.Iemiuilp.J c .!4'Fi"UI''. ten ,:*aad. : ,- '. ". r ,
t 4' .
benefits as persons 'wounded_ In 'tbe- } eijcans dun, ; f.H-vitnut onl I.1J jufcK m*,a*_.t r .' 1 .\. S :: 5 .:: 5;:, .
'( "Mt, Uicli E JI'' !
d'tt1h.1 wIIenrder.1Ir1i ,f"O} !
ftgultr ; .0 I "C..AL '
service i ; J .et -A0.
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moved'a .fOri 'iup&r1i': tPi ,;.tIt .1.J. ; 1I.'I"f'aUIIC.. t--tT-t- S' 4 -..',t.:.,\ S I
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carries Q' H'n,'wb.ytbu .n rn"'Irr 1tat. ,
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b "': -4"- MiiaOd 6- 18" : .' ; f8ie.. *. .9iJ1.t
1r -'V ; tb jtower[ >".f 1 in.roe:by law.t [WILL 'attend at the followinr i itaeei- f* theJ.piirp.eotRving : : ; I I j up : -. Mat;.. ... Dsns ; '

: *.p W. e'Cot aale&cff t'dJe.Court House the' State ...,c,ouat1 'rrwis DAY fWlCPJ"-\Pf"iaol r,.'; aS'w- ,t... .i1sUS.MaUt.' '' al.01. -

). tbetoyrn"of Ke irWfiSv e;;on Monday' ,the <- *. for the year 1846:. / : JL, Kearney; from New York I Tallahassee ( O(. (sham. :' .r.r'p. _
: i .W bPiWff.b .AtttKe House of CoL JTohn' fl'Jibe:1IthofMay.r New.Orleans 50 ..t\u' lll\.
.a"di r .iMwra. of 10ocJoc3c and se steamer/Orpheus/ .: 1T. lIa1tt '
-aa ,' tW tollowigiropery. or ab mocb ; :r' -,Yi.MU .v Geonesee Flour r)!85l&bbU"do*. 50: hula:.Wf r VoVWml ., I $ .h'.*, .tl..rrr"hekd

I thereof as will py he State tax doe ASh aame, >,St.,Joh_ C. Beech,.Parson. MiOf! Wednesday item do; 5 J.bds.Bacoll.'GO.111U. Coffee!: will .her s1.t&s sad i.! fP "

Mrof\b>Jwi845f; ;sxnd all legalcosU and charges ; 13th. .*. Coria;<)S bslesHsy;'20bbVprime] f1' ift1ecied. aonwly. f0rmhed'andjMiated;-a admocli I..i:
S At, .the Coon H< u ,. *tqrda1f J6ib.;. Ko.. ,& !: fos "etNtI
in nod about Mie"a.Tft'rliif.IDf'Ai'aINr sale thereof ; 2)0 bbls Pilot Bread; SO boxes i I -pr Improved. As f*r a 'Olb'-r

vttllra vqdtme 'orport ion owned or claim-. At Black Creek; CO,', House., M nday. 18th.. bjils old rectified Whiskey;5 bbU Mowwrabela tb **>.> fort, shecrnamitii be "rrar-d..
t-. ad by Frederick' Marqrsand.
;; ,: known as dIe\"eodoad..Alacbaa grant containKf -, Sheriff and Tax Collector Daval county.Jacksonville. 2 do; Malaga Wine; 200 fcseks. .Liverpool l.and '* | .. dati"' !li1f.J' (,steamers for aaw.

;. : far two Imodredand eighty.nine thousand six handral May 1st, 1846. AtAdministrator's keg west Salt ; also a I.i, [''a.. n(' r ;' b* onWs ar* ,, every....i r. -**

: ; I.- maid (forty! and sevenths acres, being a': : Notice. Goods. consisting '.f realty madeClothing: of pmt ***&' Also passengers $ wUnng taW,. .

I .: -tmeiF.od.JsMzMuhndo& MONTHS: "rt.dau; Ihairmke'application : ; most every description, 1 pkge.' 8rl.tntJ. in : .iChrtJof4'f", :,brig *r ,baitQe.lino- which leaves Sanaa !.

t45on.on sh.24 December. D. 1817, situate in '. to the Honorable Judge of l'j9bate of hams.; 1,do printed ,Lawns; 1 do plsld M'Q may rel> Thursday sod Saturday for New Yar "

;t Abcaoa county Sisut"Fioriel. Ala ,Iwa mont)., for' Letters Dismls nry' im'flio ] case r.C:Piiat ; beautiful styles j'10/pieee arrival ef the St. Matthew*from FIorWe.

i :> "ALSO.- I Estate.of Enhram Tjner.Jaiejjf county,deeeaed Linen Dnll*;'IO, do plain! and plaid C I .. onaIl1 de- Pasenger, with their barrage, j

f ,>?.' .A1I.lJnc1i..idHt$ 01 portion owned or claimt ; and all. person: having demands against '5 do mixed KremlTni; 10'do btbwn ''Bnr'D ../ the. board/if either. lme>if required.Th J"1'

r ,.i by John N.Sayer.:in the aame said grant equal saidE1e ire b.rrhyeq'snrd to present them. S 10 do linen Osnahorga; 50.da MatquhoNf'' j : j: : : thi i ''' atov* boat wUI leave MLeaTePiUtkaeveryTurvUy \f.IJo"

4 .. 455 acres thereof. properly attested_fori.tt1.ment. ', n ;; ,do Gilford Ticking; 1 '!baleM brown. Sheeting ;) In that 'cam., :'. JUata,'eLj
:i z.;" ; ALSO, JOEL 'T1ESON, AdraV,. '4 bale. 4-4 do; 1 bale 7.8 do; 3 3-4 dn Shardn .! with com- PScnlatn M ** I.It

t.: -to.; An andivided share of portion owned or claimed' May IStli.; '1846., ffmNOTICE I and n largaunrimrntefahelfGOd4; J4b Bl-rk'Creek 5. P.:!f. :J.

?; '. ,4 Vy:Johit K.Townsend in the:same .aId grant, Feathers; .Saddles, of every description;.J'Alld WOOD., S Jackfnnrille II ,lht.. 11..II

:.. ;..qoal to *5 acres,thereof. I Harne.; Mule Culiti-t, Bridle Mountings; S For freight or, apply p Catt
interested notified that passage v ire.
LLperss are hereby. "
: ALSO. .Biri.! ,&c.; 12 dozen painted Pails ; 112 : ont.cIdotio' .
i -."'All undivided share or portion owned. or claimed .LTI at the" expiration'ui six months after the ,Keeler. 1 dozen Churns; 6 sets. dry Measures. t, i'OOD 4r.
the, Honorable jhe CLAGIIOL'i
, s .. .by,William Thorn.'a* sorviring trustee r.h.Nf'w- date hereof. I h.nrrJ, to '12''dozen Broom; child, ', .WilloW \Vaf..n. &" : .'

.i c 4 t -Y ,FJorid. A ociatioo, in tba same said grants Court of Probate for,AI. hlJ county, fur ,a,final, .Wa.,h. Boards i; an aiionment. of $tone : ; : FERNANDKZ APftsc5SlIsiiiaL&
of ana BISBEtxr
',. -equal tn 6822 acres thereof. settlement my accounts dikh.rrom'm,. consisting of Ju:.. Jars. &c. ;. with large the ctizei'i. At'...
administration on the estate of James L. Townsend JIC.t1De.
: ; ALSO, :ment of4 Hard Ware, Dry GooHs, '' nitylhat JOliN' H. GUNBY.
deceased. late of said
r ": la'aDdidded .bare'orpurdnn owned or claimed! I TOWNSENDAdm4r&c.county. Boots aol Shoes. Crockery,,Ploughs, &r.; ..hUllse inv

by Charles A'Jarvis. executor of Noah Jarvi. JOHN with .their former large stock theyfluuuer the J the. 'one orn. steamer .SARAH Ageal.BUckCmil. SPALDING

: I deceased in the sane said''grant. equal to 929 -: Newnnrmille- Mivlst. 1846. 6m .selves'confipiisesihe, ,. 'and most genera) the printing in connection with .bu&.Dd.DanPotbP r
"- cret tbeieof. 5 cljeapest assortment of Goods to bo/buod at |
Is now pre- terpris on Lake Monroe;one bisntireI, aaj .,
; .. ALSO interested are bereby'hotified that store in Ea.t Florida. fiv miles Above Palatka
ALL ren ) :orders con- up the St. Job. mWl
,. An undit'ided'.Dlrr'or portion owned or claimed the expiration 0(' six months after date,. I AH$) the' abit.II'are ofle/ed by subscribers July & 1343. '

: Vby Isaac Frost in tbe same said grant equal to ,hall apply,to the.Honorable the Court of Probatefor 'their -fttor oa J the- [rnot' -' liberal! terms' PI".. baa deter >
M61 thereof.. i call. COL'E. NOYFS.S United States MaH. '
acres Alschua County for a final' settlement of m) give us a .
,, exclusive
l. ;"' .. ALSO' account* and,li.charge from nfy admini-tration on S Santa Fe. Columbia ij, May 3d, U 4G. .11II"hi.. Tbe steam Packet.SPALDING. <,S fl

; :. !;' An undivided share or portion owned claimed the estate William Sparkman,deceased.,-late'of May 8 4t I .". So Capt. R4t. Ai

|>by John M. Seamore,in the same said grant,equal said coun'". '. S riven bim soo, having keen.ibwriai|! li
*-to 829 acres thereof. JOHN SPARKMAN. AdmV. &c. NOTICE. 4 '.. bere- hauled her decks and cabin rrbuilr, sad
r.' -' ,s. ALSO. Santafee Pond, May. 1st. 1846. : 6m Nihe. first Monday in June nextIshnll_ larger (or she acrommodallon. of pasea"

t. a \ .An undivided share or portion owned or claimed S *5 ,. .to the Honorable-Judge of Probate. for tf ., be feel commenced her regular trip*,from Pstaiki II{

by Mordecai M., Noah in ,the same said grant, NOTICE.' county of Duval for.leave te'aejl n' tract of L i l 'and hi. terprue on Lake Monroe,op the St.JoW]

:, -'" ,..aoal to 1365 acres thereof. ON the 4th'day of July ,next .ensuing after 'Belonging to the, E'tat ofJaac< Hendrick d as 125 mile ahure Palatka.Tlf -

: ALSO, date, I will apply to the H.n. Judge! of Probate*, ceatted; ituat sl).on McKoys Creek. and containing above Boar,leaving PaUtkt every Ti,,

J. J' An undivided share or portion owned or claimed for Connty of Alachua.-- a final discharge from 350 acres; to enable .me to settle sundry demandf.Bgninut I in the best Morning, after the arrival of the U. S. M4.,

I by. the heirs at law of Alexander M. Muir deceased the Administration of the Estate of LewelletrWil .aJ;<1E, .t"te.FARQUHAR .. Packet, St. )bu ... Captain McN>Ity.].

.bereof F. A. UNDERWOdb. Etate. oll.aac.Hendricks, .I<.asctl.. :place .
.. l. ALSO Administrator.Newnancville May S 8. :1846.' 4t, -_ Passenger (or Enterprise. will taxs ,I.

I i<- .'An undivided share or portion owned or claimed E. F., January 2. 1845.. ., Matthew every Satatday Evening, at 4 o'clod]

tt by Jeromos Johnson in the same said grant equal 1OTICE. S NOTICE .:;' S.I ..

'k *'to 8500 acres thereof. J'Pnnn. interested: are hereby notified .TS hereby pijrcn! to oil persona interested TL.SteamerSar.hSpsLlieg. will, mJ J

,! ? THOS.C.ETLIS, S ALL Six' Months 'after'date, I hall apply to ._L Six Month after dale, r shall npplv to lIa jI j IAD.if1. yi. Pirclata & Mandarin.and Kacli,

I ,! Sh.rifland Tax Collector. the Honorable the Court of Probate for ,Alnrhtiaconntv. Honorable the Court of Prubnte f.' th county I trip., ,, _I.leaving Jacksonville every Moailsj.j jOC10TK.
20th -
{ 4.4_Newnansville March. 1846. for a final discharge from my. adminiktra-. Alachua., a _fioar,settlement nml all waDna I
Ii Alftchua Sheriff's Sale. tion on 'the E_tate William- StsdIpydecai.'j ; I mj account* an Ivoucher*,as adminutralor'on i Y. For freight or pa..age.apply to ,she.Cs'*1

Iii :. BK County SOLD' on Monday, the 7ih of and also, at the ,same limn and place,' fnr tny:administration Estate William Dell.lpcP.I!, late nf,ai L WILL '. on the Estate of Minim ',:and fur a discharge from my administration .
I Slaiidley .
r n.xt.b--t."n the hour.4'C ,
ten uicl.i.lp.. '* ASA CLARK. ", ,of In- S';. B. AII' will be 'C'fIi1'rcfra SforrHof I
deceased thi*. 24th:April.) 1346 ,
.and two o'clock, at the Court House, in the Town '
.. Newnansrille E F 8 6m are aapre--! Storage Jacksonville & Savanaah.
COTTON RAW LES, Administrator. ; :, May .
.,. .f Newnanvville, County of Alachna. a sufficient > flic 23
; oe re- Aug
:'f : portion of the undivided interest of John H. Brush.. AprilQ4sh, 1846. Cm < de l _

,: Charles-- W. Brush Eogene' Vannen, Julia A. NOTICE.S I HOLMES & CO.MESSRS. | as igne may Florida and- SavaBBah' -StPacket. 5

"-: --Yannesi and Margaret Brush situate. in said the next .1'llnn.of. the Circuit Conn for l .
_HOLMES & CO. hnre ,. T11E.rnlarSirs.nFark,1
; r in and of AT .m!
v Coanty to a certaintrsrtortareeI land .. Alnchua.and : formed
Levy. in ; ?
: : commen stock of Merchamliie to the IlIr arf ..GASTON. Cup. F. Pecfc,all
t known ns' tbe Arredondo Grant containing two
the 4th of M A Ol: & .
on Monday day yi 184R I 'will
: : -hundred and eighty nine thousand hundred and b..ildint occupied by United Stale,Ttnotrii rfrc at Pieoial "ery Fridavf .
: forty five and five *seventh apply to : ,
: acres being A grant
: .' snade to Fernando dft la Mara Arredondo and son, of late D'of wer AIchUl' the.Real ,Estate of Famine' "Bales, 'their stock, by llie' .IAI'e nrrivaU from New Y"'K.a parental. P. 'M. SavnunaltTM Mundaria. j4rL.*,

.; son.the 22nd December. D. 1817, toati.fyandupay deceaed ami nt lite same full'' _assortment of Dry Good', Gr;.cenue?, If anti liii' pupil, St. Alar}*. and oil other ininM-Jiali I laudigs,
alloted and '
lime have
: to off and in-
set tome 1ft
:. the taxes do*.to shStata of FloridaTrom the portion ware,'.Provisions, &., &-. arrive in Sivannah early on Siiwlaj ttft'f'a.wnt..r.
; : w- persons above named. fur nnd on account of of hesperonnlEtarn 'of which .>,5.l Bate died 'They have on han, now landing from brig; 'Virginia ), the, better |r.,' Chnrletnn can ImTe at 8's'eij
sh.4rS pn**e'* whlrh. I am by law rniitted. hi* and di- ..
: i': interests legal cost and charges from New York .50 huh* fln "50 liM tn'the> pr. iifi4j iu lite daily line Steamer*
widowr. Pen .
*jn aDd about the advertisement and sal. thereof >on interested: .1Yil! please lake notice Lime, 20 thousand Lath. 30 hoxe Cheese, TI.* CI,_i.n ,"n. in e>* "riion wWasblnirn &.. )

I ; "S j*. THOS. C. ELLIS.f that a petition- 'praying fr r.such Allotment-.Los- keg D utter.20 kegs'Laid, 20 bbl. Pork 20 .of every ,&. \ jd..r's .Btig JJneofNew 1IIIf'1rb

S f 5.;; --<. Slierift"and Tax Collector. been filed. Widow rend REBECCA: Admihitritix BATES, ,bM*. B.eef.520; bill*.,Bread. 50 bags; ( ": i* York, of winch one leaves rvrry V I.mmsftirl

::5 S., Nevrnansville, F"h. 27. 1846. ** of bbls. Liquor 100 PJoujh' Iron of various. .J7?"ST:5 nrexinn with :.
" ;. | "t. '- -- Fleming Bates deceased. GIa.c*. boxes' Pip*, "Tohwceo, &c. &cAu. i. l every parent .Tli* Gtston doo H4 t retnrn tn Black Ctrl

! : :-". .Aiachua COUnty ShcrifPs Sale. '' Newnansvilie, r-.F March 27. 1846.; which they wil.u't! | low prirr*. ; her way. suSan.1lhh.S'
u I r% 'lLL-B&.SOLD.-on Monday the< S, Circuit Court.. Jacksonville.. !- Januanr. !Oih. '181C.JVotlcc TTKKXS : ;M.4i i OP PACKETS.Tl ,

: .I .'_ ;?"t TT September next, between the bouts of EASTERN CIRCUIT" ST. JOHNS- COUNTY.-. '$R 00 ,e ve*..ltI I con>|"Ming llii* Line wibe .,

teq and tWII.o'cll1t"k. at the Court House in the JOHK Ronissbs, i"\ I to Planters' and Others.XU'Wi 7 00 "r..t..1! reg HitlyvrveiMnnif| S '
: 'j'.wn' of Newnan.ville, a suffirient portion of the vs.BELAMIFD. In ChaoCf"1. S ,jilGGS. Blacksmith.rckntiile ) : CLINTON.. L*,.... ma.ter.Ji eJl 11t
.5 interest of.John.H.'Lewis and wife, situated in Hanniorr ( ( |iar- Brig AUGUSTA, A. ). SJwr.. 91
,t# now -
. : ,8id. county in and to a ,lrct or parcel of land ,CHARLES W. SIMMOJIS. J S S -' S ,o"do'all kind of wnrk prepare.( June 23.New J
t before site
: .5 '* known theArmdondo been made to | rk
hyafii.iviJtn Elkr.maiterJuv
a. grant containing two JT.having appear S VKn.NON.W.
iron anti.seeI ia workmanlike
1 a the
which .
hundreil and eighty nine thoutnrx sixhun<.lrvd nod fHction'i of the Court, lint thr K a""r,1 5-- .S BriSAVANNA II. A. H.. le\. marter.WBrg
: 1 S forfy five !nhil five; aevenths. acres, 'being, a erantmde fendMnts i in the above entitled raii_e' r.-,4rb,, I.yo'nd .e- '5 5 111flt1t1',!. Hn f:Hs on handS ;l r:a.;, for,,the EXACT.). J,4in.on, mater, July 14Brig (
? a variety-of PLOUGHS '
I S t. Fernando de la Maia Arredondo and son, the limits of tlie Slate of Fioiiilirnmt the ; KXCKL. C. B. Smith. miscier,7tJ2L, (
I t S 'Apn t
S "r States motion of shojii' narh. .In, ,if Mes'r<. Holmes C. i i >ie* of
pay a balance due to the State of Florida for anti : .on ..complainant Solicitiif. it;i i. pro- expetienre. '"li.i will; n** eVry exerticawPa
; ': -- yjon account :*aid interests and all legal co'u and ordered that the* cnid defendant di i .apj e.'r and Jnck.inville, April M, 1846 if. .o b"--hi. .."gerji'n
:t S' .S .;'aharges' ia and about the advertisement. and cal Ip'berf'nr. nn.t erth complainants (.ill within Four Month. "5 S S Live" -... .. ,- ,.will be They .m ,.il fMinetually ,ajjC, .b ve,aaJ* 'a
palt: Agency.NOTICE 'aI
: S the ..InfII' will be taken :
J3Ianceduetwo hundred or as against
dol.! be towed
; two f 4 ; ; :: cases to sea by a SieamlHial.GKORGE .
.t S hereby given, iliat'baving-'been ..
f S S
f 5: #" tars and ellty..oeeot.. : ihm ; and it i* further ordered ilmta ("'" of this t. p. < age;- I10L.MF3,
t Order duly.cert ifi.-d !by tho.Cleik of lliil Co. by aw Government .it t the ;Uniter| nh"d by I:
:5 ; a J.:;. ., C. ,ELLIS. ", State for the of Xun'.,Jat. '
bs put, illh <|in same neiirspaper within" Agejtl protection Timber on flto I in'rur',
SherifTnrul Tax punted the
Collector. Berth he
; S .' S S Public Land in'Ettt Flo'rido., all who ell" teciired at S,. A" Mtiaenplication bS
: .. J Feb. Eastern Circuit orFlorid", 'oncP'n' week njeii.tivelr p.nri. may I bIe
; -u .Newnansville.' 27, 1 846. | commit in B. E. CARR & CO., Av
: for four mnntli.' jhavelrepa'. .("*'flr any ire* | "u lilinn.
(Signed) ,
: ,July 15. IS 15.Frorh.
:Alnchea 'County Sheriff's Sale. ,GEO. S. HAWKINS. (Judire.. &c.: pas b..rflllip down and carrying awny nny LIVH Rod .Ic'.ant' 5 Iee

I .,; LL BE SO .Q. on the 7iji Jay..f S ,|..tem"bef"ihext .5 ,St. John County Circuit Court. Oak or oilier. limber from mitch Lands, will be dealt t & LoocK, Hanai I I Iee'
WI with Law direct.
b.iinjhe( hour of 10 and 2 ,I, PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk' of .-nd? Court, a* Gilluonvilla. Jail BtntlDistrict.

: Sz-, S o'clock, at the Court Home in the Town of Newnansville. dn herehr certify the5 foregoing tn-be a*Truu-Cop y JOHN L. TAYLOR.f i a1'shnisyancI t. .S. C.. a' negro fellow' 5'
S S .. n sufficient portion of:the. interests of fnn Order of Record in my office.rr Fehrhary 20th, 1846.Agent_ ,U.'S.. &c. at.'.. inches .high dark 'eomplexma. Ill' 'Iet

; ',-S '.JI!!. Dnd lay deceased, to satitfy the amount,.f WITNESS my band and the seal of said II. I In :Circnit Coiirt. iliepinri: *. speech and has a seveiebura lfe"

; i. ,. S taxes,due jo th" State of Fioriila, iir ncc.>unt_ofVald > S-J Court thi*.. 12th May A. D., 1846. EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA.County ., ly is leg*. He i* abnus2y..arppb1.aiwlaajsi.P) etV
or 1\nL That
; :. interest, including all co' .ts and charges i in .PETER B., DUMAS, Clerk.Alny'15Ih. Duvaf S 'ORD. ,and h*> Ut. of Iii .
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t S .and boat the-advertiem and sale'thereof. 1846. 4m B Gibb..' tt Chancery.Kingsley ** ". .(,, S : : ".- S of Meriwether cty, Georgia.lar Trt VW
beraid for hi sal
tfr apprehension
:t S ..XfJSiid" interest wasi: .returned in me by G. R. S ,,., bl
.5 Fairbanks List of Letters, Benjamin. Puinmr "- ; In jail so tbat I may get bim again. *
; as being a ,of a thousand
part twenty in th* Post Office, .t'JIIC'kon- Executors of Zepheni i j.cOfJnt EDWARD, MULLIGAJ if
; acre grant confirmed Jiy the Supreme Court toMoses REMAINING decea, 'Bill/ r discovery .
S E''I. in Alachna which, if not taken out' in three Kingsley.. ., ed. ," and RehVf,. a dforan .( Sheriff Beaufcrt D** pt
:H f .5'- C."ELLIS. 'Sh-riffand cotntj.THOS. Tax, 'Collector... month*, will .'_nUe. tbe dead letter office. ; 'at -. I C.o. l..a'' lult.;., I;jun .ion. -t' rotate. ,-. _Dec 15 tf Ire
.. Washington, D.C. S : S r. :
; .- Tewnansvi1-Feb. 27..18( 6. : Administrator's Notice
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1. S. I -. Bra.sf..rd. F'D Uordon Turner Georgo'-XinI.y, 8 c
E5 Defendant. I ; affidavit to NOTICE i* hereby Jiwfl to credtct'i'C
Town Lots for *' S < : c'
S. ,Sale. Jenkins w,
Blidehbiirgh Jchn
Mrs'Jane M .
entitled dtariHultmi tie r
person to in
S above .
Tt been made .fttr r c-'lo ; na
having ll'li;
,-. Mon-dayi hl June 1846. 'Baker'Asa appear
Kin .J.r, J II Francis
I ; his Sanchez late tf Alachua c..r
.: rilHE ad..r.r.iII"" two plots Brooks, \ViIJ.oo' S KenarjisjH.'nry5j' affidavit that-ill Defendant; Giwge Kin .J,.:resides ; yrife ;
J ,of this pioV in to. all perons who may ,have any c':" g
I '. S 9 JL' ground, t situated in the town of JacksoniUe Bryan Jacob Lawrence, Mr bnvnnd |juri/licionof Couft. and inihe demand
: '* ,on the'first Monday in Juno next,.at public :.hfll.1ohn Lefit. Armond D Island of St. Domingo jn the Went Indies, on; .: whatsoever, a,aln f, or imerert1Estate o;
'i'tion :motion; of B.: A. Putnam' 'Solicitor theComplainants ; ; ,. ,F.5f ., bar unlesa the same> bf' ezhsbitJ'1 1wrted
In front of the Court House in that place Blntln,.'\Vm F .Lw,,Hyi Wm Eq., for ) S witbin she, of blvo
period two yearsfr"t .
[ 41 Plot No. 1. marked ns lot block No. 11, Burke. Young' Murray, Jncknon O ,. :
joo map of the town Jacksonville, filed in the Bnrnet; Peggy McKendre. Lemuel L IrisOzwIRED. That the said George King. I ; Fo.ter IQ, til l|V rirred. Person fcsviaf '

: ,oli"nr."t.M county Clerk. S.idrlttl is on the i Blunt. Redden .' Mooney, George fry,'4 tappear( and answer Comftlainants'','Bill, ,lh ( ;. .and. demand them against tire Etate'are 1eqw5I lie

: SoQtbr,West corner Nawnan utndAdemsstr.i.t.,< ,B'Mirdley S S M QhwfaJl.Jo; ia.Bllllb'Clirc ,within,! six.months or.the I same,will ,be taken< pniconfesto : i 'the- :same. : present,' .' : to the undenlcneti.JOHN J. SAKCHtt..ftoat" C j

; S n"ub..lot; whereon AIr.Vood', Hotel now S McDiiffie. John against htm, 0 % -. S S fet
S S iBush j AiImmMfNewans.Uli.
'AND ORDERED That ; ; : of 1
.t&flpdi.v.c James S IT rFRTHRR a copy Ol acopy
: .. < i Mr.1r.litba' Order in | thi Court E. F., January0.,1S4I.. t
Plot No.-2,'marked on the' ml"'ahoY8. referred Cook;Allen'5 ? PrVilJi"m'II 2 > 'this. I e4puhlihed', .omllNIp.M'r printed S

5. 5 to ns Lot No.:1-on:block. 'No.2. Said plots on'' Clapp, Horace M 3' ,Pendarvis.'Miss'AdblineS: ) I within.the. safd Circuit', once a 'week eunsecu-: within the A..IBI TthiTN.t1eE.NOlCKis .' S
.! the Korih West ie1jroionslis.! ; : S S | coaaecu- : J hereby a.ttpo
corner of Markt'arnlBs1stne.ts.. Clapp John 3 Putnam. John ._ : S gvenso'rnifiiurst I .
S being the lot whereon 'Mrs. 'Ma.Jt 1'- Boarding: Cabell. Hnn E C Rogers,'C.rt"Vm W'2 i: .S'J.. w THQS. DOUGLAS! ,.Jt dge, $ .- -. sons .nI lf..1 todu>lri|>uiioo in, or < In. ,

(:4.' House now'stands. 4. Covert, Capt Wm V 2 Reid. Joseph I, Os1cAa'flAuT.Cheik of said 'CunrV! Hereby Judge. claim or demand ag.trut..r lnte,e.t ia,W ,

: : Both plots'will'be sold; on the day :Domed to : Curry Moses Randal,'Capt Samuel :' "certify th*'above:'to be a"in.. c;py of'an' Oidir..rn.dtt hereby late'..T Flemlnc Bates,.. Let.01' ALILasi. I'f'

the ( nd.I'nlft', said Entitled be an Order dee, thatmiles the exhibited' .
highest bidder absolutely with all tenementsJfeHd Cylinder Mrs Suan, ,.,- Rendall, Capt.Benj :. : .cause, os ) same are
S =?*; S- apporfntces thereon: The 'terms 'wil be Dyif.Alford. ? Rice, ItDJ2,' S Nish'dajlsMr4'1. A. D. IBIff. tb.'8th leil within two years (rum date, tUj wI l leverUrred. *If ;
taade ttisfactor S S .. 1N.TESTIMONY' WHEREOhIhere Persons having claims; ork'again. ,
) to purehceri.; incy, C l IF.L. ,Saunders, Mary E, ,
S S e" aroMA" RIA DOGGETT. : 3onaldnn. W 'S Simmnn.,. lir.j.h' -*fL T *,.S. 1. .unto et" my hand' ..'and' -. -affix- tie' -'seal-'a I .. .' aaid Estate, are requested to p {tire
,a tjc$ 1O,11I.ApjI3j.t '-' "- said Court.. '. : the'lea! without delayto L., Aldrich Es< [ai i'
S ;'_ 1846.'f nil ival., Hor.V P Stiles, Enoch D j. ibtier
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'- r Elwood. Dr Jho{B :Silt;;,' Diu ielEqhkMj.s'CL' < ; 15 (OSCAR\'H ART;'Clerk., .yule, 'Eat Florida.3 who is nf, agri ri

".: : .":# ./ te 'Jail, .'. Stewart.R .btW; '.3 .- March3.. ,. ., -4- .5 '4m .... to t. ... Cfeik. 'neT fu the transaction of ib' buJiwsa'tale. -...

..S s:9- the roan ca). Fleming: Full Stratton Clarisa3raves.Edrin2 < RKBECCA: 'BATES A4m111I'1NewnaDIjlhe. r ,

&hag bimse3fJOHNwhoj.l '! about 30 years .Spilnit m,Johmv S STATE, OFl FLOhlDAil Br the Judgn(!ProCounty I. : ; -_ .., F..Janaary'AdmlHMLraie'a I.... pafQrti biAP

* *;.";* S *fage.. Iightcnmpheson-! iiltnndr Gigr.IAVIn 2 v SpaPkmaisSuephs: S "; :of Duyal, .J""J for said ,county.TO :.*. ,

: .' ...,.. r says be belongs'to Mr. :William Jones,'ofcxwaty Gic.r i Miss Eliza Tuttle, :Hon Lron'kohi.Henry S 'ALL. \VHpJI7HtStPRIIJChTIIUALLCoMJC:, : 'f," SIX months after date; I .) llmak1If? ,

S. 'OrUP FJnr .I.. 'The owner.. 'r 1ju.g ( '. Toland." EdmundGndfiey. S '.aalnIlUI: .. S S S S the Hon Judge<>r Probate fy i III ,
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,:. f to :c me. forward, prwvo his property.'par. eJ| ."Bergen '' Tbntnas, Col J si)', '. WHEREASJsaaeJRu'h. hasjhis 'd.jrt PJv !! l of Nn. au, for" DismUs ryi .1

.. ,' ,/fijurgai dkeMrzraway.' 'G.,,,:KluVMlJr! : ';;Richard'WGreely '' 0 f. of. Adminlstratfon1 .. "'-4 io. of.George Hictialjotbanv late *fdeeeaedt Mi&G!.
t. : S I.. A.. BARBEE" .htAlf: and; singular the.G W Chaiifl. ,
;-William 2 White, John < *, RIghfijindCredits : Cnclii arul all person having.<|ft t Q.nd
S. :b, r- ur, n .R 'MTDbpofy Jailor Dnval county.Msy .Herbert, GoS: '' ** .1V.U'R'S' which J were* of Samuel Thomas, de-, { said estate, am beraby required 10prop.rty f'T> < ;
}, J o\lO li ,15th. 1846..* ed .
: -.' HallHA2' WiIIiith,. Thomas ceo tJ ci'Um8 of his deathi whd,died tntesi attested f fi>r settlement ta
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S : : 4Oe N..Uc&1: t1.tcm; 'J..2 ,t'VnYf'iD AdahiT' ,: I tale, nAre1itoroOi4 Heresaed These '.rn thNn. JOHN HIGGIKBOTHAKFek27.J84 tija1ft

"ih( *- rt1KE holders of Receipts Issued by John. C. Haddock,-Joa't"VnH.,,.' nftri" : the1'fone' ",.IO Cite and t A imobUh, nil!) )and singular J ; Circuit oT .. **.. .
S 5 J dIe "-xt of feV 'nci cfeditorf.. S
'; 4 1td'l!". ratStAugusaniro, Henderson) Capt Henry Wilson! Lemuel S deetEi ,' th, .- .
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t Hoen Afcfrt **r '* ?*'M* Wltartnhi'Ifenry, $, r auaifsny S hey hyp r 1i"',,aI4 N9TICE.-ALt I J
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; Jonet John- i 2r nron !eUvcnth day'of May
.. jy.RitYietI: b,'il7'e'J'fI'.aptUiC'd WesfiiMUsPenelopiiV i !! ; (who died r nt.J .Onn to DominjvFetu' fj
'- Johnson iO A .S .'ff cf;'.WilRi| -,4c .neit Astnnjb, ptherwfse LetYeri'oPAdmlnistriiifon -
.* presWt'tbijwnieju thi. Capt ( .
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? "ffice/0 adju n>ent._; tncome ill farnl_tn Marion eoaaty E
: S.MDE Johnson Ja,'A.. t"'VitW N"sa1 .Mf\.F4! i9.oC;. A me il! b frra tt rP :J' irt6
: L"'l5. Ii./l tlie. lili.nknow
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; : 4 MIt :"fti ..TrmvJtirfi "' pl r. .'(Ybrk A i; 55 I, A D., IS46.,1.ft'.' /. ./ 4- r, ; benefit} :: :of'- W"rl'f''o frMt .pji.l- ftI.
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