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:
July 24, 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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- :71ye y4eV Witbja 1wl.1eCt. w Ilia
knowing .
.he s ; > I 11 4vWag _
ofcandidates for office. rapid .strides.v .i : ol4man. 9r was poor, .t
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o.e Iq .frStxMonths. : t ,$1O 00 His wife sighed and remained silent little! and',old,together.. jOf hIS::1stQ h y sj rill coin' oW '.de "fat' :t ,, $ 4
Debtors and Creditor*, j i 10 00 among he rrbbbers orf Ihe ttVCrancte ; ; .1 .
Note to little known Wt'JHftle/' / "Wet aha tltt \.war 4 ,
was : '.mixed
AnfJkatkw far Letters of Adrainistratknj' 6.00D3 But after a 'minute: two, slic arose, J.e ; 1 are vnaTL Put** times .V/ have, 11_ 1.-
*All religious notices will,be ioseried gratia to him and ,with, lipwprId,.:tothjss net I yo over. write to Ul era .4 '
) : \ventup "- ,, ,fondly encircling ; thq tef. Ij'e; heca ", : ,$ .
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tti lstr. with Jro'r ehrhiCy he bore it for he:1ook- : 'myse1ftu .Ht.d I r
** ,him her arms,'said, ; : '* J wrItten to
communications will donwbat
admissible personal .
, badarrfd B3Afl as atlrerlisnncnt*. "Dear Ernest, :you.must not worry, c&lnllyn l .adjofe4Jiis J TeHvs-' -*,xndliplikcd -.1 Jl.goo4 but irr mmv did'nt ofyou* .- shall'Ivolunteerl* I could Ji& ,

_ K3 AH bills for Job Printing.must be paid' on'. the yourself so.. You, think it::painful for to.: -aze:on ihxr flowet, .ojing.w : Ioi1bacj9 n-ii-)n.Angust tiiatl see' nateral' jo, Texas hcOt :o-b1ut Q a Jl' .
of the work. at; oaaVtea '
h. deliffl'J nT: All commanicafjons! most be addressed to me to endure poverty,,I,know; but woman tliagemal; breath of Spjring;;to ob-,: pot LivcdTeight The"& firstborn, fougkiI
!. GittKTT & JI.1l.1Jm. psjg .peEd. .never regards such ;things when servejlip" tree resume }is Jpliage;, to and.thr bkckbernescould'nt day son one poor know, are yet uribaried on:tW'BfejBsJof

. ,_ 7 .she,loves, ,A,crust.,of ,bread, or a log view, 'the: golden' glow) of.summer. eve's'' prairie! rat t ;a Grfiad, and grief !fp,his J.Jp t Wok0 Us .

- f THEPAREWELL Z* 5i cabin would.-ip.} preferable tome, if. !st'tp I look at.the brook ripple, .ver: The/ninth osavo 'l1 :{rom 'staryatibn. lather s .heart.. ,I"tave had enough of ,
Dr Mlti. day came vand &
, HALK. ; wcjstrock:a .
Jt and "T
.: .. shared them with you, than'a.palace pebbly.bedj listen .tQ tbcfbirdssinging streak oltgoodluck. exafr iBatyoU arc fightiBg J'Hr J 4
'Iiftomoi } borsc
oh liot give"oaand
lie COTS hOt with another. will not to their matin. antbcmr-thpugn'a,rbye h pra WrHjiath .- ;; :
. And the sun is srttin; ? now; ; But Jt. come : broke down,. plumb,out inthe centre jroiir .

. I read h. parting promise t o ,!.;!'., .this. Something .within assure* me recluse havas:, not' a misanthrope. He: .. ofan, ,open prairie-not. a,stick in and- God_ prosper you in ,{handifamother's '

: OJllhc'mnuntain9"Wmhinj) :,lirow. .. you will, yet be great and rich. Have was clean in his personand'ctinhui sht big enoughto ticfcte.a prayers;arc of anyavaJ'you'wflr
Hit plotlgo that on the morrow 'dress that was not of rattle snake unharmed in' the thlckcst'of
though .always pass
44 little
.. 4 patience onlyfor: ,a : wljjle longer. with ,let atone
$ his smile shall) dwell > killing hip Just had
again .
There ; "
There there is knock the door the most costly fabric and,was the:fight wherc-Iliavc no 'doata
I larer fco remember I '. .. :; a at ) timdto'savc: the critter btm ycm.will
J by'ahbotin
\ Wf I 'my I I become to say Farewell 11'1. :*,, -. now-it may be for,you.!'" ;As if her regardful. 'df the grammatical and that was.,all for-ininrce'minutes, .be;;rior do l-.wfefc,it othcEwiefoz

: .... words' had been prophetic, the little construction of his'sentences and of the' I would blush;tp own, a coward so -
(' longerfae4,>voqld. have_ died A nat ral
t1 ra ffiI'Jtve V1f. Ihl'll SUlnln111t. '_ a- ,correct: .enunciation pC his' janguage.-' ( But, remember If. ,rashness is:not
him T .! girl, jbeir" only servant ,appeared at deatb ,It Didn't take f '"
tOl'P EO i us long to ,hut Ii-'
. 'IIYIOUt.I CaD Fa"-II" Lc! jOL4'fl, this crisis.and, said the doctor, was.wan, What ,he had bcencwkn. W tbahd I"er: 'Him 1' nor long to off chunks bravery, therefore, be brave,Tint'u ,
;.i t--"I cut some .
\Vhirn'twill mcvpmy uoul in.wo 7 .. ., tWin a great hurry.. ..Wjthan, cxuh- .was a gentleman,.so far actions. constitute of meat ana stick Vrri'on ram-rods dent. ''It is your country, rand >you
,.. Vrt j"? is gainwlftwm I sorrow r .r ing smile his wife, ran for his hat-and one,. no one.doubted.. It was ibat..cookiii' & ': ; .have a right; yes are'in duty boa&d.
was matter/
As the |earl (rum out the ilrrp, t' .:,': that that 1Dcl.mildew n pil- .to,, ght her battels and I ,
then sat down within beating heart, to whispered blight \ .say to i you e
fT ures'For .
AIM the last f'nd "unl..urr l Iira : ,tup a heapof: prairie grass, for it W:1S"gh
await his of so many ,hearts, disappointment in fight for ,your country right or .
the lonely heart to i > 4. r return. :and.dry, and sot it on fire,but it ivrog.That
It It ,was almost the first 3ummons that love, had"mtdeJiim the communionlcss flashed i America will ultimately 1. to victorious ,;
t and
, 'Icomingh'iCflming being he'was but of this never'spoke' upelikepowder ne t.out.ns- I have; no doubt yetI havor"not
the 'onng. physician lind received '_ ;
. ,
) But
' far and dim, quick. :
Down the valley : f-t't4. .
he. his residence in, this so contemptible an ppiniph' of Mexican
he had resided the During ,city, :
: though in villagefor '
j I N*a form drai cin :. Y.:.h. ', Biit t", 'put in 'one' or his hearers, .
. I trosurc it moves like lum: ', .,., t.; ... more than a ,year. The place too which vas for several years he earneda Jbut how d id cook'your h rsffmcat'' valor as our newspaper editors hare.

.I .It bat rricbrd aJ 1*'drooping willow '. was. large and populous, but there were -. subsistence- by teaching school. after that!" you : *. There is, good Spanish,blood in parts

And the miu ihnt veil* the flnAh -. :-'." several physicians of large practice, and :*:4Kinil ho Vntf,'or jf* sovcrnin, aught, "H of Mexico, and Spaniards are not cowards -
r .
'ih UUi auy phantom.Or : '
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gone fill.I 1iive ho lMrcia I in( "t.J' : I- the Peninsula
learning was y'h.o\V1tf't as war will)testify.!
L. tin*heart's dulu.ivc .lr,'atn. .i,' 'v. all this combined put down, their .uYes \. .' *
In his knowledge of English > -- My earnest pray ; arejforyour
! young riyal.) More than once heretofore grammcr fire .
L Tli h*.lows! lon dark *lm.l.w*. L' J- : Ernest would have ;abandoned the !he particularly prided himself; .and: ,close'YhJ.ibq'rind the caught the' high grass --welfare; whatever your*JOt "may
by wind the
the of far, ,
With ,
. teihliy Hep : l'violation of pncof the rules,of syntax be, and:that return unharmed, J
. Anel l rcnthin: sl-Him nrinintl nK, field in despair; .but his ,youngwife., ; flames strcakin' across{the 'prairie." I "you may
k. was in his : or rather. in_his cars a n credit to yourself,and 'country, is-thc.
Likft;rim f *. arc crrcpin war; .,. cheered and encouraged him; though eyes followed *he fire chunkof
wind wh .flvir. 'foUl offence' than violation'..9fral'niQst' up ; holding my' ,only hope 9Cio r. evo.d mother.:!,
AK" ( *e :i IIIQ sometimes her own, heart felt. ready to greater: .a meat directly tbe hottest *'- > p I i -
. lIut'| ilioy I, rrH him from the httc ? law the Adisagreement over J .partof S
Ahth'4r! ;hin:.*ftntit whi''pcr .... ; ; give up. Hilary' Linwood, was, indeed any on between the nominativecase .the blaze, andtJwaywe went, i it. was The. :City of Mexico, has a popaktfoa

_ 1.1..11 set'him IH-VCT rnnrP. ;, that greatest of all blessings good a caution. to a.hythirig'short of locomotive ,of 180,000. Temptations simikr:

fl n.,..r-.J.1 the ,""rI ,- : wife; she sympathised 'with her husband and the verb annoyed him! .morethiiI 'doi 1's. Once'' 'i in1 wblle alittle. those with which, Cortes ispieLbisSpanish tp
between rival
n wli".fn.tuJ'flna"'nhW'e \ ,"< economised the utmost,;and. ;by. a' disagreement ,. flurry of \vind, wo'ald"'eomc''along'and followers three hundred
I: rhivk l 1.. IIZK'tiIt I MU"jiHrn.; .. her words chased despondency states, and.he \would' rather s'e.a favorite ; "years
sanguine the
:r. i- .**;* fire would get a few'yards the start; ago to follow him to the "Halls of the
Ort JU..I.II&) die flv-t thutliluws: from hish, :trt. ,cahinet.out of place, if he had; any, -
biitT4 i Montczuma"
'.A i are now loudly trumpeted
$ VHe my
nplaJnm -
But linch than
h1 my : political. predilections to see ,the '
, Hour after hour she sat awaiting her I eliunJr-: nd'' thenf*e'd it for
r have the of volaateersto
14:"nr, nor think 'if in '-.:. its in again, purpose inciting :
Vrt tnj pmyrri if tb.'. r", >?: husband's return,; 'cl.stiJ1. he,came :.not. adverb out.of proper .place a sentence. nip'and tuck Ton'never;seed such a undertake another subjugation of the

uJ.. SJwuS.1 piotrct him tut he ra.--_ .f' ,: At last'darkness set in,. and she began ....; ,Age, f r.h, was, very ,old! tight'raceit'was beautiful."* people that,populate that lovely! regiofl.J&ys .

'k AIleI ,10"lf! nIl h.w ,Inn ItSI.o ,- .. '" 'to feel uneasy. She was about rising ,b, ought-pn its, concpnijtant, '{Us-sickness -' '. "Veryi;'.weVe' na:doubt.;" ejaculated New Yorl.pap High, moan-

tlt. turtMtl her, to to the door when slip beard her and'debility-Ayhich ,were I,but theprecursors .
n. 'n I'18rt. ," *.. go ; one of the listeners, 'interrupting tains rise iD'ihe"distnnc all sides of ;
I. A. llwrtijli an icrborj shadow) '" husband's foot the and hurrying of death. On}the'.evening "
upon ,step, the'mad' Just in seasoni him' the but the location altli
.. wag ; city j ugh'under -
and hrarti his
ChiHrdhrr 'un ; Iming' of the, niglit of ,dissolution.1 faithful
J ? half."God his '
out'she' met him in the
time to breath; but. did you'cook 1 the Tropic of Cancer isremarbable
. OPT furwanl) step waa taVen,. : ,
entered ..roomhis' as
. %ybf".jJ"wiJ.Uy 4riAn!. Ml_' ; \ I **< bless. you\ Alary" for an ,angel n gro'sen'an 'antrSef : the'end t''1 -- for its:.saIl1bri y, and,ia summer the extreme .

. 'TN for.Ji.Y"r. ana h.i'rrn'1ii I"'r- ns you arc,' were his:'ijrstvords." "Ifit eyi ce closed, was,in,one "Not bad,, I did'nt. I chased that '.beat. is. less severe than in New .
- iloi IHTU t<,__.v Farcll." .. had 110t'bccn. Tor should" j jiave semi-swoons,that so, often ,precede adfiri '
, 'Jr :: you >, "a mile and half, the almigh- York or Philadelphia. The city is approached .
Froon the Ladles'- *.Maaziiir.,;a given"up long-ago, .but how my fortuneis :the ,souPs, parting from the. body. jest hardest race you ever hec 'd tell'on, by excellent 1 adS' Vhlch t
': OUT OF HEART. iriadc.Brcathjcss."- Recovering somewhat and_hearihgTootstepsLln and never;gave' it up until 'run, her: branch .oat ia 'every'directiofi ?and bn .

BY ELLEN SIITON.'I .. with anxiety, hear all, the rporri.he.#*, inquired. .'wpo'stbcre1" right-plumb'into' a wet marshi there the .which,are,transported, the ores'!afld.bal-

"Why so sad, Ernest/"' said the yet unmindful, other probably wearied ; ''. fire and chunk- came:put even. -a'dead. lion from some hundred.. of the_ richest. __ .
husband affectionatolr condition hurried' J her hus-. "It: is .,me, .raassa.;" said the poor heat the ineati": L' -
1. )'ouogife to her ,: Mary ; especially mines.of the world.. The magnificence

-S twining her arms around his. neck band into;the' little sitting room. where' wench., /w, I "But 'wasn't' 'itj cooked'1"'put in another of the principal edifices*-.some being :

and kissing him. the tea things were laid, arid began to, "04f! that'syou; ,is Jtsaiif the,old : of the listeners. furnished with gold and 'silver'orna*

L He 1 looked up with a sad smile,and pour out the refreshing beverage'with a man-"Comc her; Lucy, ,come here. "Cooked! no just crusted r over a meats valued at many millions and eon

t ..repUedf _.\* trembling hand while Ernest told the 'IJbw as long as I' have been endeavoring little. 'Yort "d n't cook 'broken down. taming rich treasures bid away. by the

"1 I of his d absence. ,to.teach you to.speak'grammatically horse flesh- : : -
am almost out of hcjart, Mary history y's very easily; no: how; but avaricious-has excited the admiration

u think of all pursuits, a profession is the "I found,' be said, "I was sent for to I findit has been, labor lost. Why, ,when it 'comeItochasi ga prairie fire of all travellers. Yet 'with all her '

worst.: Here have, I been, week after old Governor Huston's-the richest and. .when I go, .Lucy, which now with a chunk of it, I don't know which' riches, 'Mexico fa-poor. Her people are

- 'week and month after month-I may mo influential man; you know, in the ,very shortly, you, will relapse J again into -, is the?.toughest, 'the meat,or,the job.- kept ignorance' by the tyranny'of a ,

and when I there I learnt, ,your ungrammatical habit of expresgion. YoiiM have\ to" wealth is arried-oCto .
lOOn say year after' year-waiting for country- got laughed split.yourself to few, and their .

practice yet' without success. A lawyer tQ my surprise, that the Governor had -' know you, will-an lV)1 wijl have -seen- 'me. in that race'j-to see, .the _other,lands'to swell the gains; of trade : ,

- may volunteer.u celebrated ,case, been thrown from his carriage and was* you have to set you rightl" A big fir *leav .ne at.t linies ;and then to see and commerce c which trjey are sot permitted

and so make himself; .but, .a physician ,thought to be dying. All the 'physicians i. tear started frorp.Lucy. eye ,and ran\i me brushinupon her again; humbih to enjoy. The poor Mexican "

- must sit patiently in his office,and if of the town, had "been sent for, down l her- round, .black cheek,, she was 'and m virg'' :-thdughTivii s a crawls listlessly over neglected''silver

unknown. see men 'wi h ut half his. acquirements one after"the other, but, none could aid so touched with h last mark. .pfhcr: runni*:agin'some of those bitten i milesan mines, lost in\coatemptatkm of his .

rolling- in wealth, while he, him. In despair, his.wife' 'without.orders masters kindness. But he Wen on, hour Gild rsleeves in the Old States. own;abject 'conditi n. The iron 'had

. perhaps is starving. And it will'soon had sent for me. I saw' his only his voice growing weaker, "Now, Lucy, But'I'am: going'overto'Jac1' aynes' to .of despotism is upon,him*" i

and .if ,any one. should ask you, who is : breakfast Pll "
come to that, he added bitterly "if I chance. for life depended on a new ; get ac6ctall and sdhie -
rtherel"{ ,always reply '4t is. 1, because It is not'perhaps-commonly coniidcred -
flo not get employment." difficult operation, which 'none of the 4 sec you,all down among the:robbers
S know ,Lucjr"-(he, was scarcely 'how ranch the strength, premaaaacc,
I An unhidden tear startled into the oldest physicianshad seen performed. you the, Rio Grande; .

vre'; : eye, but hc strove to 'smile, and I stated, that I thought it could be done 'abjpto 1 ,make \himsef| : heard) because And so sayingBill Deiin1 sti11 c #:, .and, vivacity! of Jove depend l upoa tbe .

:: sud, ., The: old Governor is'Lfl man 'of Jr ri.l1crve"nnd you know, Lucy,..!hatal1English'_ writerson ,r saw:thfe chap'this mprniriglrn uo tot .'circumstances the .iptimate2cqiaia.

ulo resolution 'so when:he grauimet JayA .it; ,down ,that theverlio$4 I. a' Mexican to'tallrSpanTsh tance; with the spirit. of' its otec-is
; i not despond, .Ernest* J know quick fpndd, irying -' t l-lf *** te
have 'could Jo' through ,alf..its, variations, nvith habits, rioiand infirmities. burdens., _
f" you. been .unfortunate .so,far, but heard the others say they no / a crccwn j : 4 i t. 'n.
it that
to you have talents and knowledge} to make thing for him, he determined commit ,take the same 'casc after' : as co vincOhiniihht. Ke>vas adHirob- sormws.c. ', ,, t4t :" I-
r your way. as soon as you get ast.arLAnd ,himself my jiaiids., I: succeeded beyond which Tt ne3ftprcc94ps1t.the last,word he i. uttered, .;,'ai.. 1 d br/!: ,S 1Jc.1s !' pi1i J 's 9- Great' talents for con" -"-vcrsatioa' re H .

;( depend up 1' it *she:added, with my hopes,,even :other physicians wasi was: remarkable;; Instance_ of;L the, ries-iflWuld' ''only*' ake'1v1Lseffciivoonpapeias4i be accompanied with i great pelitoeesa. '.. i

-t cheerful look, t-Uhat will cornewhcny01 were forced .-acknowledge; ) ] my! .skU]; Umlmnr,noLa in.dcatbll1'. : ': did ihtEt1ltit. ; He *eclipses the,others owes //them .
., care nnssion, trong! < i ,wbuld] tlraw- t laughfrdmliKd'ladiicrnhV.O
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have had,their day as?60Ptaf the contrary when love reiiIgiiaseionen : \ '
skilful .thjngs .
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I ,0, < .. TmB. : NEWSJACKSQXVMK '. rIJ-" On Saturday Jut "we had the Washington Coarily--Jt ;;" '. .' ,-' aredue and 'hereby,U W. H.jB'" .
':- '", : pleasure of accdaipanyfng, a friend or On wotiOB of W.. i6C eappomt are ''''1.
4 ". .J Lrt.. 18, Reolved..JJmine the credea- Democrats ia CbajTcss, who carriedout Neither Mvge'j"it
.., =" a visit to,the Turpentine *a nufact r"eoCapt.L'ErGibGutfi and and the good old Democratic doctrine votes tie eenre&lYdA teefc
; three (rOI! .ouiegaies proxv, lei"..
$ miles fromthis that "the have the right to So'cloekP.M., .
.1j:> by thai sameas soon as possible.i majority ;
IE r place. The work is'goiag on finely Chair appointed: the following govern," by giving the seat of Rapie- 8o'ehp,- j.

? ,', and the box of the piae tree to persons as such committee,, viz. From sentative from Florida to him who re- The name of W. H.
"..41 tile Eastern District V. A. Forward cieved a of the people votes was withdraws.Tbe ". -
: majority
with the ,
Sowing article
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"- u Ib --: :et.. I*. Ryan, B. Brown for that responsible station. "aaaae of Isaac. H. )J,........
.. or Representative to'Congress, -.r.. ,CUaKY, ....whorpentsne for- /.aB8m- From the Middle District, A.G. John' 'On motion.of Mr. Banghey,ofEscain- withdraws.Mr. "

.<:'''-'' :. WILLIAM A. ,KAIN, ', ;business" afl'n"in:North.Carolina' 'inform-i son, S. S.'Sibley Isaac Nathans. biaa; Committee of five were appointedby D. PittBMa, of Jackie _

rfJl; | '0.V.: ,.* WEST.gMKIBJUnE .q-I he 'found the "tree to be as From, 'the Western District*, R. J. the chair for the purpose of drafting ted William A. Kara of FZ.IJiL. 'fte
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: : : address aad resolutions declaratory convention iKea
: J. D'Pjtt an
? Floyd, Baagbey,' an. w..w.
* :?.. ;; %i 'PUKLCIWEETIitO. ... fruitful here. as 'those in that State. the Democratic which read-ted "
reck- On motion the Convention took a.recess pf the principles of lotting, asfofowi.For ., :-1
!v : r -. A' meetiag of',Farmers aadxvill In a few years Florida,will: bear ,that I, :until 4 o'clock. P. M. Party' of this State understood by William A.LiB 55 votes,-r-.

; be; held' at Diy .ofAugn4 reputation which the old North_ State' 4.o'clock. P. M. this convention,and that such committee upon William A. Kaia 'was _

: E1 Bridge: on Satn-iW&' ,Committee tot has:been' long applauded for. We know The committee to whom was referred make report previous to adjournment unanimously nominated.
candidates for .the committee of J. A. Oil mOtion Resolved That tie
s Jec.t.artable of several who about, in the investigation of the qualifications ;- consisting See
::1: t Bo ; |: -r. The attendance' of voter is .the business, among whom Mr. NOREIS their'report.On .. : W. A. Forward, G. R. Fairbanks. and resolutions for the .
__ / / every : who is making preparations to,commence "motion of J. C. Pelot'a.' committee I On motion the convention abjourned motion of Mr. James B. Cok
._ 'respectfally solicited. :sometime .in October, and' who of-one from each county was. : appointed till tomorrow morning, 9 o'clock. I II Resolved, That the procee4iegiec...

----- \ July 2Ath, 1846. intends carrying hon extensively. Success to nominate,officers ,to presideover I Tuesday,July 18, 1846,.6 o'clocJcA M. convention be published in all the..De .
'h ,... ; .the convention, viz. J.'C._Pelot, i Convention'' met pursuant to odjour- ocratic 'papers in the Stat .
'REHJLT eF TBB cemrEirriorr. to all.who.'engage in the work. ImenL On motion of Mr."W.
John Broward, Jr., G. R. Fairbanks, H. A. Fonrarl,Be.
; Now; that this body have met I THELJ.NDs.OF'PLMm'A.-T ere maybe A. Crane,T. J. Prevatt, E. Helversoa The Committee appointed to draft solved, That the convention take l&

,; and' made a unanimous choice pf WM. a and but a small profitabout T. J. Heir, S. Overstreet, R. B., Smith, rules for the government of the conven- opportunity of tendering the fhtiVi c( .

,A.. EAIK, Esq., of West Florida,. we are ,great cry 'D. Pittman, R. J. Floyd R. Heir J. A. tion, through their chairman, Isaac 'Nathan the Democratic parfy of thUSuteu
4 .. >rich lands in and
= Texas Oregon
of Gadsden made the following the HOB. Wm. H.:
t to be found for the nominee. .. Baughey. Brockeabreack ,K
battling but we willcntureto assert that there On Motion the Convention took'a recess report, viz: The committee to whom his able and satisfactory se- '

t We believe that.Mr. KAIN will receive are none better to be found any, ,where until 8 o'clock, P.M. was referred the duty of preparing rules their Representative, and ihAy'

L' the suffrages of the Democratic' party than in some. portions ',of' 'this State 8 o'clock, P. M. and regulations for the convention, beg fidencc in him isoo..ivjsetbJ
.i ; Florida.- The 'Committee select leave respectfully to the following On motion of R. J.
,We believe that. those, delegates There be Sea Island ,appointed to report Floyd eom
cannot prettier
rj: .' who convened,, would make- a : officer* to preside over the convention 'Rules and Regulations.Rule tee of five was appointed to aoYi e.\\\ .. .
Cotton,.or more; of. it to the acre, anyplace through their Chairman, J. C. Pelot, That the.general proceedingsof A. Knin, of his nomination, which cop
i choice of who would not in
no man
we care not where, than' can ,be mode the following report. this convention be controlled, by the mittee was composed of R.J. Floyd/bJ/

their opinions, receive tbe support of raised here, and we feel'prond to learn The Committee appointed to nominate Rules of the last House of Representatives W. Mays, W. A. Forward, J. 0', Re.

the Democracy., We believe that the that farmers are Immigrating from almost officers to preside; ,over the Convention of the State of Florida, so far as don and D. Pittmao.

; delegates, who compQsed ,this Convention every direction,.to our 'new State have selected the following names, applicable, an'd when inapplicable, by On motion of T. J. Heir,. Rete""'

were influenced with no'other interest and' present the same: the general parliamentary Jaw, under unanimously that the thanks of this eoa
L May they continue to flock here, and ForPresident, Sampson H. Butler, all questions the votes of the convention vention are due, and hereby'tendered,to
save the interest of the party,. Qffe? inducements, for their distant ofMadison.Vice shall be viva vote and per capita, excepton Col. S. H. Butler ;President, and 19 th

I ; and we believe they expected to be friends to do likewiseuntil Florida shall Presidents. Dempsey Pitlman, I a nomination of the candidate, for Vice Presidents and Secretaries, "fa-

found with: the whole or, at least, the become thickly populated with this industrious Jackson., Tbos. 'G. Prcvatt, of Ala 'Con ress,; the courteous and dignified manner ia

t majority of the .party: when they made and chua. '2d.. The'vote of the Democratic partyof which, they have performed their ie*
ti the .nomination, that has been made. respectable' enterprising Secretaries. Thos. O. Holmes, of each county shall be according the pective duties.
class of the country, and, may Duval, Robt. E. 'Gibypn, of 'Gadsden. strength of the Democratic party in On motion of Isaac Nathan,. Reset
As the talents and
respects capabilityof remunerated for their exertions, in fields I Which report' was confirmed, and a said county, and thatevery Fifty Democratic" ved, That the thanks of the conventifa

r4; Mr. KAIN, we are creditably; informed of flourishing'cotton and. fine provision, committee of three appointed conduct votes' entitled to one' vote in be tendered to our host D. T. Treinnt,

are of the first order, and as for what I they might:have lost by/ President. to'the Chair, which hav the convention, the basis to be taken for the'courtesy and zeal exhibited kj
i ,respects his being a staunch Democrat, crops ing ,been done the President addressed from tbe returns' of the last Congres- him in entertaining its members.
i where theyv re and
,will disputed. It is now for:the I i remaining ,, the Convention in a short pertinent sional election, arid every fraction of a SAMPSON H. BUTLER, President
good health: they will enjoy,here re- emphatic',and eloquent speech,, after county numbering Forty, -shall be entitled D. 1'ITTMAN, I v.W. .
: Democracy Florida to decide whether : which the'Vice' Y lee P resl.ent.. ..
wardtbeinforalL: Presidents and Secretaries to a vote. J.PREY A'rT, f
ti lie shall 'or, sbal'not.' \ represent their interests -. took their seats:' ,IOn .In making the nomination_ of the can R. E. GIBSON, )
i it ; in Congress. We remarked TATE BEWeCBATIC COf FBlfTIOIV. motion o'f: R. J.,Floyd'of Frank didatoflbr Congress,. the, voting shall T. O. HOLMES, /

I last week, before was known who the At a Convention of Delegates: of the lin, a committee of one from'each 'county continue until some person shall, receive
Democratic party of Florida began 'and 'represented in the;:Convention: was two-thirds ofall the the ( of die News)
nominee would be that : votes given and
should be ,
SPRINGS H.Messrs. .
held at, the ,Lower Mineral Springs, I appointed to draft rules for: the govern.ment : person first receiving such vote shall be July
+ i governed by the decision of the'Co ven.I Columbia,County, on Monday,the 13th of this ..Convention. Whereuponthe the'nominee.. Gillett 4* Hazzanl.The

I Lion,'whether that choice.would be Mr. July, 1816. I I following persons were appointed That the Delegation from each coun- Convention for the purpjse ofpqttiia-

.BKOCKENBROUGH, or any other competent Mr. J.' Scott Broome Madison was i said Committee: Louis 'Aldrich, Geo ty shall determine the decision of its tiog i a member of Congress, met here
t t .Democrat called to:the. chair and,A. F. Bennett ofFrnnk1in : W. Cole, T. 0. Holmes, D. Piumiui,R.
; we now entertain the same vote... and
arid W. Bartlett of Lion I B. Smith R.. J. J. Nathans J. yesterday, was very largely'attended
requested Floyd. That in waiting for the nomination of
and will do
t 43 opinion, in our humble"capacity ,. toad. t as.Secretaries.On ;'N. Stewart, O. H. Gadsden, J.G.Rear-' a Congressional dida each delega- from every portion of'the State, ei-

: to advance the GREAT CAUSE:, motion 'of Mr.,T.J.:Heir of Jefferson dori, J. Coleman, H. A. 'Crane< ,. J. B. tion shall give its vote'viva voca. ccpt South Flo r Ma.! .

,I i.which we, advocate, and hope' ever,tobe Cole l R. Heir, Bunghey, S.. S. Sibley. Mr. Coleman' of Madison, offered the After a session of two days in nhkk
Kesolved-That Secretaries. On motion of'J. E Broome of Leon.
.. found ,side by side .with our Democratic proceed
following for. the ,second rule which was with much interest the various
to call the counties Resolved That the .
;alphabetically, votes of the '
. brethren.- When' :
a body of suchintellect and :that the names of the Delegateswho House of Representatives of the' last adopted. naturally: arising before such is

.ti and sound judgment meet as answer either in person or by proxy, General Assembly, so' far as they be That the vote for the nomination, shall assemblage were discussed,'and then-

g convened-. on' this occasion, and make .a, be enrolled'from,.t printed reports or applicable, be adopted for the'Govern be in the here following manner shall to wit be: entitled cich 'rious feelings of the different port ions of

, choice.of a ,candidate for the support of r otherwise as their credentials are'pre ment of this Convention. until other county represented
to one vote and for every the State- drawn out, the Conrentiot
sented. rules be
; I the Pemocracywe feel pledged as members tic and additional
moc votes, vote and adopted a spirited but dispassionate
; Whereupon,, the counties were, cal 'r. J. Heir of Jefferson offered the
of the party,:and for the advancement led,and,the names,of the I .D legate who following Preamble and Resolutions that the calculation shall be made from dress to the Democratic party, replete
.. of our principles to use' every' answered ;in peson.or by proxy. ,were' which were adopted. tbe,congressional election, :;of,26lh,May: with sound sentiments and eahtedt'riotasm
.18.J.5. :
.u : honorable means in our power to advance enrolled., \Wherea, it is the established basis 'I
: : the man, ,but more, particularly Alachua County-Saml. Russell, F. of the Democratic creed: of' politics, On; motion of Mr Bartlett of.Leon, and declaratory or'th prop-
G.Prcvat .Wm,_Gibbons .Louis ; ;' Resolved ,that a committee of two from pies for which the democracy do btule.
Aldrich that the their
.q hi. political doctrines. That Mr.,KAIN : people through agents in '
, S.R.Psles, J.J.Sanchez., office govern' the country and control, The selection. of a candidate-"*p*
w "Will honestly aid ably represent'those Columbia j .County-Andrew Y.Allen; ] its policy;and that. those agents when the democratic vote cast at the first warmly discussed 'with reference' tb tie

,. '.in"' whose'p wer it'is i to. place him in Robert Brown, J. c.Pelot J J, G. Cooper -' performing their J legitim.ite service;but congressional view to election in lSt.5i with a locality, and the strength of'ths peru

: power, no .Democrat, will,deny. Allow{ : 6eo.,1EVr.'Colel|{; E..LVi Jngston.: act to do the' will of t.he'p'eoplej'and apportionment. 'be
to designated
the standard bearer
': us to ask Democratic; 'party pf East rI : Dave County-T. 0., Holmes.! Li whereas, it is proper and desirable in .The. 11 following.. persons.. were, _appoint_ .... as
i Ryan, John Broward, Chaiies'BrQward, order the better to ascertain 'what that ed saiacommiuce-u. ityan, J. u. re-. of,tbe party.:. The Wesuit "s coded <<-
j u ; Florida to a man, tovote for the candidate Jr., Charles, Byrne,. M. S.Hyams, L.S.Bennett .will is that on'all proper occasions their lot,,John Coleman, W. Bartlett, R. Y.-'; bad. not,had a share of the hoeoanof

wI 1:; and use every honorable means to Joseph, Finegan, D.. Ferris, sentiments and their views of national Taylor and D., Pittman. I the Stae, and 'should be considered

i 4 : defeat: Jus,.opponent ;, ,do not;feel dis A: Parsons.. policy should be publicly expressed, The convention ,then took a recess : in the selection, and the friends of tfr.Brockenbrongh .
: a because there Escumbia County-J. A. arid, their until o'clock P. M.
. ,couraged, has not'been Banghey, approbation or disapprobation
w. H.: Gordon. of 4 o'clock,:P.'M. deemed that a vindication
:an: Eastern man selected, but be : prominent political measures clearly :
; M. ed by'the voice of those govern '. ,Jackson, County-D.! Pittman, John made known, therefore,' ; The committee on appointment i of the attacks made upon him..
' : / whom you selected Witton,' W, B.. Wynns. Resolved-That Convention 'expressing i through their chairman, J. C. Pelot, I due-a large portion of the Convention

; i to represent you in "Convention, Leon Conty-J.: E. Broome,. P.. B.Brokkw what we believe,to, be the : mnd, ,the following report relating. to had come undecided as to tfcfc selectieo
., i \ and Jet' the East poll Democratic :vote C..,Sprawl, S S. Sibley,.J.. B. views and opinions'of the whole Demo the appointment as follows: to be made. "

f J that will surpass any' heretofore deposited Johnson, M.A. Byr4, R. B. Smith, W. cratic party of this 'State, gives its hearty Escambia 2 votes,Jackson 2, Leon 6,

; i "' : i in the:ballot bor, and__bur'word for Bar 1c ttt.p..V. .'Vhi ner,1 H.W rc.Cam and 'cheerful approval of the measures Santa Rosa' Franklin 3, Wakulla 2, The Convention upon the first baUOt

r. it 'West: ''Middle arid.South Florida JyJe,( d rdtBo'aoJ.IW; : Levinus, :F. of' President Folk's'administration Washington! 2, Gadsden 5, Jefferson 5, gave C. C. Young, of West F1P
t E : H. laegy,: E\ M., Garratt,, ,Caraway and has full confidence that' in Madison 3, Hamilton Columbia 5,Ala da, thirty-two votes, and to Wi.U
: .6 their: duty, and found.; rallying with Smith.. Danl. McRaeny A. Drake. him the interests of the people have a chua 4, Marion 3, Orange 1, Duval 4, St. '

t ; = the'.East for the glorious and.must be ,Franklin County-R.,J. Floyd, A.. F.. iglarScntinel l, and-the,ships .of state John's 4; which report was adopted.On Brockenbrough,23 voles Neith.iJr-ifc

I f1 triumph of principles., Democrats, 'Bennett.- rGadsden a:safe and patriotic Helmsman; motion the'convention then proceeded ing! two-thards-Mr. Young was ,

[ t slumber, no longer, yon have, already Connty-TsaacNathan-: 2d. Resolved-That, having 'observed "" to ballot for a candidate to withdrawn by the delegates from a
A, Dilwortb! : John.,G.SmithR.E.Gib- with unmingled satisfaction the Congress West, and Judge Branson, noawr" '
slept 1 .too long, it is time to awake
; your .eon. ,* -f t active: efforts' 'of the President and his '
: : : )I.V. m.1... Forward nominated by Mr. Bennet of Franklin ucl"ll-
;caadidatetis now in the .field -prepare"f0rlthe Hamilton 0. Brien J. cabinet rid ,
County-M. to: the country of a tariff for Chandler C. Ypngc. -
contest-October is fast N. Stewart LE.Taten: A. 'G.Johnson and : second balloting Judge Brooae* 'e
appro- protection to' procure the 'passage Mr. J.'Scott Broome nominated Wm.
&ehisg-yo r State,.requires,you'to 'do I.:JL; 'Roberta, Jofea, ,A, ;Suttea, Wm. of the: Independent 'l'reasurT-Bull, .weearnestly H., Bro k.cilbrou'gb: ofLeon. ,: ceived: 30 votes, and Wm. H. B. "

; "' Harris, Broward *# ,hope to see these b'rough; received 25 litith
t1 tlo.r' principles i t demanh;a objects accomplished The first ballotting resulted as follows votes.
I Jefferson .CotintyT: .Gorman,,'O. by t the, ', '"r,
turn : : present Congress :' having two-thirds, after several Wi
I general but-leVthe,shout.of KAWaad .
H. J. Heir and that ; '
GadsdenHardy.Afoore.T. Senators and
; Representatives Chandler 'C.Yonge 32 votes. Mir. '
d Brockenbrongh ems .
Democracy be heard throughout W. Bailey-John-S. Dewine, S. Pana-; will use their :utmost exertionsto "W> H."Brockcnbrough 23 totes ,
;the; whole !State:-let"the'word be,' Onward -; ,more, J.;Johnson. Thosl. Johnson, 'this/end. :Neither hit ing- received 2-3ds'of'thc (drawn, and"ilso Judge Bronsefl, .

.- ,'Oaward: -oar cause is 'a:glorious{ S. Simpkins, W:C.!Smith',.A. B.. 'Sheeheev 3d Resolved That we approve'all the votes a second' ballotting took iace. ,William .A. :Kain, oCo \Vest'l l F1'

W.,R.'Taylor,-:J.M., Smith.. recommendations 'of the! :President andCpraRHweaer nominated 0'
e-Or, efforts are. .mighty i -.our:priaraastaad The riamerof: <3.- C. Yonge was,withdrawn unanimously by tfce
I ;pi shalLprejL. ;Marion-:Coiwty -' G O;-Helvetoa: S. of the, General..,_; :Of, :, by. \Bougbey of West Florida vention upon the first ballot. _J' ,
t Brooks, J. G. ''Rea don, W.:P.;Branch,' ficinregard: "io.the,public' bds believwgtbat ; .
r '," ', .? 1l'be'candjdatc selected oy The Cs
wUl. :Madison Co nty--L.',Edwards,: G. :if carried out they will be'ofiaertHsable Mr. A..:T. Berinett'of Fran din' nominated -
,:. .- ,_P.hk8 Tang Bi11-"bad :Bot paised Overstreet. Hi
(: the Se ate,'op' to the latest dates received .j''. ,' Thos.'.M.1.ABderson;.A:*'McDesald,. :the h.t.dyud sarerjflgpioae r
_ : ;from"Watfetagtoa:yeflerday,* by J. Uuating. C.'McGehec,J. ;N.: Beggs,' country,and"seeure to them'aad their descendants .,For LH.Broncos.30 votes. "' Apalachicola, and Senator ifl A* '.-

tt .iayateamerWm. 'Gaaton.. .. ; :'" B.. Laflier'J..; S. 'BreoflieJ.tTolefflan: 'pelJR* lit': 1Cr(cheap feemeaia W.;:. H. 'Brockenbroagh 25 votes. ',,' Senate aad ''ii '
II from that district
; :... ...t. .1 ",r: .. ,- ''W.;"n.l.: Mose1eS.' :JH.: .Butler_ ** R., H.'; .the lead'of thr'loice,,and*Weirattviews ; :Neither i having i received 2-3ds..of the !i
: ScbaferA..'MeD -nilJ-F. rrehlA. -thatrt c ry sense of the word a stroag ,
; .2 ; 'i be adeptldby:
: WEAtHEE. may : votes ?
d It thkdthaM
g thelasiwQ; ; ; tiflg'tOok; place
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ur'A; fL'-Dozier.. BfSlt! rneldN. K. Willard.,' one whom Florida beit
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: ,which resulted follows' may
weeks, we have had .., nfavorabfeweather c.f .' !ntid *' : : t7csehed-.Tha't 'as : : .
yery ; ** :* .
'EG.Ma. .. ; ?T iti.we'' ..
t : .v. cordially i 'For 1. H. Bronson'30 v tes'.' '* .is believed'be will carry ajotity.nwe' ....
there, has been. analmo.tcon., I Omge..CbBiiy l' G.'rTearn, .,'B, : afove,of,the wttkmeflt of the.Orc" m .. .* WT.Brckbk5\ ', ,k' **
ui tlrif r j -i- "> *?' Fail). > < *.,* ..'.... I '. //votes. have ever had.As : .., /
.% p g, (,.i iwih t1heic; ,-'H.':AyCraBe : i diffieaky by Treaty; ad'see la ;' Neither l having yed.;2-3da "
_ ; .S idoe'"prospect\ 'cifr'tlic 1 : t u -kavng'P : St.. Jdhns's"C6uhty\ Geq. R.. fair.; '': eNt .,... wis l m:',oPthe; President! ; ;votes a '_fourth -'.balfotWtook; ao'act of justice' to theo1'hertrucst W
- flv S baHk JiutB tjCit f W., .ihii4acti .' placer hasanil'hp beea._ ....
; l 8; sons
tt ; nK, | a>;qqertioa :
it correswi which "
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.:;- ., .' py! \. te, :J a :.. .. ..1I r\Coal -' ,ii'VaJiHII t( OiR R.'fHejr;" J '. :ctNrl8"&f MrCaJMwtt,, aii4>t (.. .,(o.bc xc gJ1JbealtlJy. SaDt Re'stiC: .' b r 'J ; Brockeribrougt vot s. 1 party :
c. .. ... f \1 ; gt tB .higlier ovi4e CGIjJ jS'1"RtHotisifl BRa .t
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i kes for a s :Editors: Incompliance with wKch1st _. ..'.. .. .'T_., '_ -1 ; : : .
eserring We may'iafeJy'. aTesolatioa 'passedJ'r tb BJaQjc gelc ".8tyl "aad'i'U6_ V. -.. :".r-".- ,.L'Jt.l".. '_'.of'., ." JJi 1\
on, 'Wasing(61'otal,Abstinence. -' r. :'rjpt ceoi c.1d (:.*.&._, : #." "
that we hare ,a man 1t"e'. Society! GWJ... ; ..-" ''-''.'. .,
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m so/pure is his character and soirrcpn&able adopted, that theSecretary;; 'furnish .,\ >memory of :WasSef E ilates r-,, c'.. '
. bs life that even the inftBtife the proceedings said meeting to War, first; in Peace, and firatui, '

41 genius whiggery can find no-. the Editors of the- ;;' Jacksonville- ,1 Newsand the hearts_ef' his.countrymen.3d .. '+ .1.. : ,1 .
-Tfce Consikatiea ef,the. United ," ;
1gtoUS3fl.I South Carolina Temperance Advocate ,States,-May'the"glerjeas;'p tawpJes it .&._ ., : '. .
TbcEastappieciate the high.honor for publication. In .accordance inculcates,;find a resting' place ittbeheartsof !By ... '.

. plid them by the unsought nomination with the same I have the honor to transmit everyArnerican.4tkTli '*' ; I,
.e J Judge Bronson,by the delegates from a copy,.forthwith, for insertion into' emblem of freedom Amkan.Eale.t'' SfeeHereditspjnions. '&Her' 'list vea;' :: "-' -., m. '. .

Iethe West who placed,his name before ,the columns of your 'valuable '.paper.- .May we be,ever, ready*ttf .ways, : : : :

jjjc Convention after the failure of the By complying. with:the above .request,: die .m its,defence. to' 11 .
d eomination of 3Ir. Young, for the purpose you will confer a favor on the members i 5th-The Heroes of 'Seventy 'Sir,-i By' ; ''t

of conciliation and harmony, and of the above Society,.with respect to M. The sacrifices.'made by them upon the )laws : .':. :.
. E. altar Liberty,. secured :to us the'glorious ,the '
: nomination Hyams Secretary.The '
the party upon a :
uniting boon.of:freedom.6th ., pe ,
I that the East will give the members of the I .
and we trust Society 'metattheM. -The signers Declaration: .

I Candidate from the West a strong and E. Church,, 'and. formed a proCession of}Independence,-What their patriotic : '.' ,.. ':!, z.
; hearty support, and redeem the pledges at 10 o'clock A. M., under the I minds devised, their'arras sustained.jfth o, .

- made by their delegates' thai_we would direction' of_ John O. Wheeler. Esq.,. Liberty; -Temperance may she ever,-The occupyJier flag ship'of station ] ; '- 11

give a"Mostly" majority. Marshal of the Day, in the following. order : ,and h signals be 'duly answered li J ,
; The Convention seperated with the : until the last gun of alcohol besilen- ::3. ;: 11'
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r .greatest enthusiasm, resolved to elect President nnd'Vice:President':, ced. till' : :.

>the man of their choice, nnd universal Orator. and Reader fthe'D c affttion., 8th-.-Stars and :Strip,-May the, : #
; cheering.light of the first ,never be Obscured up.a
' \ fnction was depicted upon every Members of the & iety. .
a ; andtbe last be a terror to,the i ,
.1 at the result. Citizens and Strangers. .. &bo :
. UDlnee invaders of our liberties. : : i ,'
u!: ,. ,. MJL\V DELEGATES. Boys with, appropriate Banners.' "9th:TheFoun'ders of Washingtonianism -, to, ;

'. Ladies. ,-The immortal 7,"may their was : .
We make he following extracts memories embalmed, and the.principles der : .
After the
I U: formation of the procession, !
'ndvoC ted cherished :bills'o
'received from they by every
letter Itt .
I from a private it moved off to the place prepared by American and, "
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. friend of ours which will be found, the Committee Anangementp!, on the 10th-America,Vigorous and majestic : : : .

tre hare no doubt, interesting to a portion banks of the creek, the ;{pot selected Decked, with the Lion's .spoil- Ak .

of ur readers. for the occasion, tbgether:with the arrangements dwelling in her ,sky canopied .home,- ,wl i: : .
,he western shores.kissed by.the,Pacific '
COLUMBIA Co., July 15th, 1846. : i '
', reflects, lasting. credit... on -the Atlantic, rendering her homagethis ; ; '
I "We arrived here on the evening of the committee for the, ,taste which\ >
they day shouts of freedom, rise from -
: the second day after our departure from displayed in the' 'selection-which they her hosom ilnd'bid. defiance' to" the ; i .-

your city; after a disagreeable travel 1 well.and. .truly deserve. The' :procession ,world., > ]lay' j it : -.. ,
rendered in some places,.al 11th-Florida-Her fair and'accomplished A : v- -
roads halted .
within 50
of the.
on yards rural
aaugbtes'reader her.truly the 156 T ,
impassable by the recent excessive arbour!,,and' opened on the,right and land'of flowers. ':' .. '3 ) ? .- "

rains. The appearance of the crops all left,the Ladies then led off the procession 42thFreedom-Sustained by temperance senti. 't" -. .., I

along our jaunt was most propitious, the.rear'ranks were.then closed men. -as .well.attempt to.draw : **' ... : >
and the farmers look forward to an and marched up to this truly delightful) up the Niagara .with;brushes, as falter.Jts.progress. M ) '.'

abundant harvest. Here,' in this portion spot ,under a large palmetto covering. '1 :ru-f 3th-Woman--.The brighest jewels If .
Columbia county, the provisioncrops supported hy' tall magestic oaks,, which i tn. the Temperance; cause, may ..theirdazzling : .',-.:-'a .

will not be as heavy ns last season completely shaded the participants from' brightness :continue point. 192, : ... .... ; .. .

but the planters are amply compensated the beams of the"sun.. On 'the left of out; the happiest path for mankinds .J
by the prospect of their cotton the arbour, the eye' would occasionally # "
By O.. Budfngton, President .of the tion. 'I ;
crops. Fruit, such as melons, peaches, rest itself on ihe bold and placid waters day"Our'worthy'Secretary .a:firm and for, .. ., .' ;: -

figs, &c., we have found here in abundance below the, banks of our beautiful uncompromising! friend to the.cause.of .

!: and of the most delicious flavor. creek-whilst on'the. right, tbe 'impenetrable : Total-Abstinence. the .. j : ;-

"The convention met at the place and thickness of nature's foliage Which was responded in an'appropriate day. I : : i_.. "Si.
green : '
manner\ by offering'the following fh i : .:. I
time The Middle Districting
appointed. gave to all delightful food for sentiment: .was. "

) ; fully represented, the Eastern and sweet .contemplation. .but the fair faces, By the Secretary-the., president of ; ,. ,-
Western partially and the Southern to- the the' the in bill : "
; brilliant eyes, the generous and day- unflinching, champion I "
tally unrepresented. Gen. Broo'me' of sweet countenances that smiled within the cause of all good :.causes,-like a Nays : iJ'V.

fecn was called to the chair; nnd after this.arbour, perfected ethe hand of planet, he moves and all. \,be\ j : -..
Which to
was responded -
tbe usual formalities in opening a convocation genius, gave as it were, true'brilliancy .by returmngfthanks for so high president a ed: ) : 1.. .

of that description, the Delegates to the novel and imposing spectacle, compliment. '.'/* was c' '

from the different counties presented added to the good humor. order,.hilarity i By'a. ,Lady:The only true .paibto cuse .Tr't: -
woman's, > happiness and sincerity ..
their credentials. The' toC"Proxies" and enjoyment which prevailed peace, 4
here,and,hereafter is entire abstinence rea8 -
elicited considerable de- to tbe highest extent, placed us in a from,the wine'cup -

)vbalr, but it was finally disposed of by position, which might. well be termed, By M. E. Hyam>-Religion, Temperance .ed ;: -

the committee to which it was.referred. the inhabitants of earthsparadise,:this and. Independence, the brighteststars tion : '} -

The convention, tlOweVervas not is but a faint sketch of the varid. :sceneries that form a constellation'in the : ,
.of America. : :'! I
republic up
thoroughly organized until I evening that : v j'
: presented itself to theeyes of : ..' '
.By a'LDd1 -The starof Temperance .
- when the Hon. Sampson H. Butler of the beholders. After the procession, may it shine with,:equal'lustre,"with the '. -

Madison county, was elected President which was a goodly nuniber,.,was_ .seated star of Indep ndence. '. [ I :

; who delivered 'an eloquent inaugural the officers of tbe day took their' .By.the! Orator;Woman-- c4 bless. ;! ;

address. The second day was 'pa.ltormerected: for ahem her, she:blesses,us. : \'t
seats on. a hie w : : .Jt. ,
The of
By A. Collins, Esq.,- orator
consumed in the modeof
arrnngeing voting the president'then arose and called'the'meetl I !
the day'who, though he has but one ton,
,so as to make it equitable to nil of g to order, which was opened hand,.wields that in defence' of :righteous : ..

the Districts, in receiving reports of with an eloquent and fervid"prayer offered principles. -. nays. ; t'

committees, and acting on them,,and to the throne of Grace, by the : By:a/Lady-Woiiian the brightest 000 ; -. '.
that incircles the cause of freed when .l1 .
finally ballotiing for. the. nominee.' TbenncsofC. Rev.J. N. Minor.i After which anode, I gems Th : '.
.m. .
C. Yonge'of West Florida, i.air Hail Columbia, was sung with much i: JJy, Hi,H Philips-Ourgallant army- and :"r. : -

and \Y. II. Hrockcabrough Middle 'spirit and animation; ,the ''reader of'Ihe.I .'on the Rio Grande,may they teach the .being '

Florida, were first proposed, the vote, Declaration oC Independence, A. Collins 'I irfsolen \J xje s,. to honor" and obey .order' : : ; "a' .

stood- '23. I been announced as : the'sacred,'laws,of freedom.' the : :
Yonge Hrockehbrpngh Esq., having J' Vice President ate, : 1" ./
Second ceuded. i By Geo. Branning, 4t ..
ballotting-Yonge's name withdrawn the ,stand and :in a masterly > .
I 'The remembrance jf Gen George : : 1'4- :1
and I. H. Hronson. proposed manner, did ample justice to .that. .noble. I '\VasHingtbn.ByA. : .'. 1, -

Nronson Hrockenbrough' 25-for instrument with'a'voice that; was clear, ,. W. ,Crichton-T' day and. 'ted, : V-i ::

five successive ballottings the same re1 sweet.and spirited. Another ode Was the.cause,-may they 'always be ,insepa The. i
rable., '. '. ; ,zeal, ... :
?*Com'emion adjourned until evcinng the air. from GreenlandV ,Icy able .
.a-Lady The Washingtonians,-
.By -
when the name of 'V rD. ,A. Kain' Mountains_ ; after, short.j interval)Having a more gall band wa.' liever seen ; : ': '

'jpfEfcambia county, West Florida,was elapsed, the Rev. 3. Ni Minor, the orator marchingTntKe; days:of'W!! gton,.the 'is ; : : : .. :,. .

proposed, and that gentleman' accepted' of the-day arose, and'jpJJ jiappy fatter- 'of bar'country. !f ,,S I! ." :
: the nominee of the party ,by acclamation .style'drew forth the attention of his.auditors B A.J. PIilips-.Tcmperance _'!- .' .' ,"t
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-- tfeat
** tieS the firmest :pillows ,a8. ",,
to a, .production 'that was chaste. the edifice,ef all good gpyerameat: : : : ,'.'.

"It is due to Mr. Brockenbrough,:to and exnioitmg QcH'ihJfigiBality. ; the' C' By a)Lady- -May:the hinges'oI'.generosityaevergrowrUsty. \T ; : ;' :""."*

I2r d that his friends clung to, him- with conceptions.were'brilliant. .,and replete ;, *. most' : ; : : : $"i '

( / aaeity, .and that his character'was'; with historical. and reyolutfonary. ,inc\: :By an,old Lady' : Our mother %e *ety 'aacI: : _

T. ally vindicated'from the foul aspersions dents, _the eff".rts. ef the orator:were": :a y fJ a"... i":-. ai v"J".: rna3i"'a ryt.a live' .., 1)." .tft_, read" : {!-.

vi on him by ,the \yiiigs,i.' 4Ve there-. -suck that.won for' 'himself 'complimeai -: 'waaingsaian children+. : ; .

lore enter, the coolest with,anew:"sbin; i of'the,fair, and .the :appkuwTofthe -4 '*By.tbEC: r. 'Ji M. MinOr'.TI* "Ia- .!i. : : '.'..,

4ua.bearert Hejs reprcs d to be : ;mo-re .,r0j>a t.. The. ineetiBg.:,'was. dies pTv76\they .sastoiBed; 'dU *A&i'' ;-by. : $ :

eJl I the Democratic party can desire. ,; tbcnrwith eir wil, and'cra.hedth '?'fr -S .
tbnemtk ibeir/rewss., : t : -
and favorite( son of 'the 'West,: We 'aadieBee then,adjourned: ( ,.the diaaef. T ..'e.eMm,- tefn .are.: ; .., '-

1rall probably know more ofbihere. .' .table which* Deemed with 'vartety!3ff'and.prfon : ,. 1e' :"IMfCJ.. ;:t'.l&l 't8. : ,
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after, a Jas. K.1 otk'ktai( warn *r ::tastefuyjustice ai. -- >.--.d"'L.* ui.: '- _.aWe:.' .,tJee.-tH. ;;- 4i1ot..,- { i ; .. ..
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t. u Wile other VectK>na,. e. ry .' .i& :d, e$. e.; :woweteihretbeydM Sal.' "---, -Of K # '.; : : -
1 1 Iii rlLitt 'TIi'T ee \
at:4ytate, have. beca c" r ;; ejaetice':,toe. iry4b 4'.J,- ','3..--, "" 'Mlit-.r [.--, 1' .. :
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'fletsm I the came ef, ear 'c3ogtyLColaBbia .a'd'the" i1't' ,. ,, _oj ,, ., iiia... b.J' f.t't.17/ ., "- .; ft4fi"ei tJ.ii.i'. ;r..3'':., t. j ::i.
ee I 'Mti.. ,, taeaXUtloa." M-'f ( ",_.'r ,8R."' '- .' ..l. Use'. 'her ttt fietl ftnl8'.p'_. (-r ,' ., 1i,,_'. .
aetive; Mr. Garme-- hasbe: eraieg I4 '2h X. dark .cUmdevwkwgtiw:. :. 'c# t it1! 'y'l.1 (:Y S3
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E ;. frfr10"S' L .- '- 3AVAUNI1I di: Tbe khbsesi5of 3aeki.nrnIis pr.& dI an4 Tet.WJ
I. ib. sz ; ey aaot b &A water' : f gMiltttI from thabarsb wa breexe* ao4 Iu-:ewiaes* of oc- m ciiln>proi oL As for
: -: ThSpd.gjpjj compHsinV the Militia of t* RRs'i which itfll be : ti always i (ur* S. cnMes.,
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.1 M7cIriari1bemo4 DoraJ and Nassau. !
: er&t..ab&ey : wi! v 'S -' .- ficersAS by LawrequiBattanoni'The lwilL] bo cwnrnaol.. *' 'in.tho Southerocou&tiy.; in EaitFbouIdaor tH. retort of iaTdds.dfirffts; Thursday morning, before tc* **T* *WO9

b feo my IRICTS and tbo Second 4 4OMI'LETEaigorimentofApicuItuniITm- S the wtele *seaon, To web persons, he owrr*ac* t9*wNW w* ieme,p.(ut ABYl VvvfsV WflMII sssa_

FRANCIS A. HUSON,. pgp4 Militia of tbe rw tbe Militia 0f the Cpuntr ofWl 2t 1 s Onsisiing9t28difeeiI: sizes' and cora Boditi( *>Wch>1 hopes will prow;.cerpt every eing.'

,ii: : : _June 5th, 1846. 8t i r T. eroommanded. bv Major NORTON_ : who .patterns of/PloughY, Ifoes, (varioos,kinds) Axes* able and a* medlcaindvfce; of the highest oHor Also p ssesfm wishing to taI
v rij" r fc f- -j. j -f Trace and Ox:Chains Morels and Spades, Hay IisIgoe wWcfe leaves
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; xriSL accordinr their of7 -commanded in die town, they may
Tespected obeyed
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: T A1i1Nts1ra ter's N ijc. and**< .command.iID .-. *-= %.--; frow \ '' '- 7, and Manoro; 'orkg. Patent nail A roericaa Scythes, can the min careful attention, Tnonday and Satm&y Air New Yock,

.' K9WTH? m&erjlate, I ftbaJl make V- 'r Reap Hooks. Grain Cradle* Cora SbeUers, Coin upon the) hat occasionally delayed arrlraf oTtho St. MHewifroni FbrUtiJ'aisenferf
Ii Lieatenant Colonel visitor from tforth
Tracy'in4Major As
: L 7 cato to the Honorabla
Judgi of itd& and Cob Crushers 'Portahlo Frencli'Thnr'rIstMWi wW
tefr 'ill
Norton will/ii early as practicable sabdiTido tbekcoming.indi'r depression, *al the Uyafr, W a*
. Ucfea eo nil, far LtIen piipiitSsUte' :against Hand Corn Mill.,Sfraw Cutters,Ox Token, take this board either lue,U required. '
'tbeir Battalions into filled. the subscriber opportunity
.present them: ; respective Companies, Patent Churns, Foot Cotton Gins,'Saw GIni., Pat boasa was In that case .The above boat will leave. a. foQovss -
: ceased ; !leaving an equal number each as near asm to assure sucb, in future that ,
ent Fan MUU And,Nails.: with com- Leave PilAa crery Taesd y,,A,'
y1>eBnd appoint two responsible men to bold be always protidd temporarily "
: Eaate-srQELTIESON can .
: i Fallassortinent of White Lead, Colored Paints PicoUu 11 .1
Elections in each 'Company Beat, so setoff for (unable accommodfttioul'In ;he town.. x
: 1 the offices Captain, First! and Second Xteotan- and Painter's articles, Sperm, Whale,Linseed and OLIVEttI WOOD. Black Creek P. Mi 3'

.I ::1' NOTICE. '; anti of said, Companies, giving at least ten days Castor Oil.Spirits Tnrpe iiniVamWie.'YInJowGIauVindow Jacksonville, Dec,.19! 1845. ly Jacksonville H or bu, 12For'favbt

having'demands'against the Estate notice for holdto* said Elections, and giving also, Saib. or passage, apply to
i ; of John Brown, late*of Fcrnandina, at least,ten dys notice to said inspectors of their Gun Powder/Shot.Bar, Lend, Percussion Caps. < FORWARD & ALDRICH, cm board,or to '
and rpJU XING .
Foolscap. Wrapping ,
p 4Nusau county will please render, them well authenticated Ilj Iitmjn. "' 4, ;* ATTORNEYS AND COd SEt oRS tAT LAW. 4-- ,
tO within the legal time, And those who III. A'sooz after the y of Law Agents. SavaaasX
( .practicable Carpenters and Coopers Edge Tools; GARDEN B37 Will practice in the several Courts ; -,' FERNANDEZ &BI3
: are'Indebted to the. said Estate"will pleaso make lectionfor Officers ipfthe. several Companies of in the Eastern ir utbflorIJLWit. *"
SEEDS, warranted to* good as'any to 1* found. all Equity
I 4 rimmediotb toy the Regiment the Officers elect in said Companies 4ffni9j4tJOiltf &
payment FOB St. :
and attend A. wi kD. AogusUoe II. GCNBT.Agent.
received promptly
Orders thankfully
; :. v .1011K A. CAVEDO. Executor. will be officially reported at the Head Quarters of cd Louis ALDRICU, Newnanstille. .
l .Feroaodina, July 3,1S4G, Cm thE Regiment by the Commanders of Bsttalfons., *? ; i
Savanuit1'Ga.; June 19th IClfcAflmfHislrator's SARAH
03"Tbe steamer SL'LDflco
connection with this boatjaad
*u i NOTICE June 12 Colonel.Comrnandtn.Adfflinlstra1or's Notice. in pone otter,!
\y-7ILL be sold on Monday the 7thday ofSep of January,, 1847,1"will ATTORNEYS: .AKD, COUNSELLORS AT ,LAW terp*is*on Lake Monroe,one hundred oaf

t t; YY .tcmber next, between the regular hours Notice. .- ONHhe to firstly the Hon. Court of Probates for pre the K? Will practice In the several Oirts of La* fiv miles above Palalka op the St. John

Of Safe, so much of the Lands of James Hcrron, BY virtue of a.Decree of the Honorable Judge County of Alachua, for final settlement and allowance and Equity, in the l&utern Circuit of Florida.R.G. July'5,1845. '

i -"5 and C.and: B. 1. Bjrno's, as will sAtiify the cost, Pn batev'for the county'of'Duval. granting acconnts and ybdcliers,' as. Administrator Lmi oSTusfewnanavUle.. .. _.-' ; UnttCfJ States Mai '

t and charges for Advertising, and a balance pf 'leave for that'purpose; I shall "Monday; the my of the Estates of James, Martin, and Samuel C. W. Dowatac. do. The steam l'ac ,

I Taxes due:for, 1245 'on said Lands. Numbers, Ctbday of July,at 12 o'clock, in front'of the CourtHouse J.Shiartdecc&dlati of said.County, and will s'4IrJc'c .'R0h SAfti_

1quutisza situation of the Lands, rnade.knpwn. ; ,at,Jackmmville,offer for sale to the highlit 'at the'same time apply'to 'slid Court, for a final JAMES W. BRYANT, b son, having been tlirouj,.

I on the day of sale. Said lands are situated in Le- .bidder, for cash, all that tractor parcel of ltnd, discharge from ihn Administration of aldEsi tei. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, hauled her steeLs and cabin bullt,
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I, JVr County Florida,' and will besoM at ibU,Court belonging to the Estato of Isaac M end ricks, deceased JOSEPH J.- KNIGHrfiAdministrator.Newnansville Jacksonville, Fla* largrd for the accommodatioa of

::4 -Vlioase door (E.Daniels) of sold County by situate on McKoy's Creelr,, above the town June gg 1846. Cm _- commenced her regular I rips,from Patasa i'gtirpIie
*. W. D. ANDREWS. Sherifi; nf Jacksonville, and containing three-hundred and
$ / ,
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, AUGUSTUS C GILLETT on Lake Monroe, she St. Julia]j&.
t1 and Tax Collector,for Levy County. fifty acres moreor less, and.which salo,is'made to Ii .NOTICE.A 125 miles alurre I'alaika.! up ,

: : 4'3a111 noble me to pay certain demands against the Estate *.' interested, ;nre. hereby,notified, ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELLOR. AT LAW, Tbe above Boaf,'leaving Pafatka
, I -t -- to satisfy which there ore no,bersoaal assetsnmyhands. that Six Months after dais,.! shall apply id 7 Jacksonville, Fla. every Tani,
; Morning, after llm arrival of tbe U..S.Ma3
F .JULackHa County Sheriff's Sale. Honorablejne Court of Probafo' AJacbna fen*
V b f Monday,Stk Oc/p&er. 184G. % I FARQUHAR BETHUNE. Adm'or 'county, for 'a final discharge from my'ailminutra ZiItIjtIni! 1'aeket, Su Matthew*. Captain McNeItym*&

""ptY virtpe of the power vetted to, me by Uw, I Estate of Isaac Hehdricks, deceased. don on the Estate of William Standleydeceased( ; Watchmaker and Jeweller.M vannah.,carrying the U. S. Mail to the abort tu

. ; ri. -- 'JL> iball expose for'sa14efnietho Court House June 5th.- 1Q4G. 4tAdmiHistrator's and also, at the same time and place, formy administration ;MAt.sTaarrRewctl'uIIy places.Passengers-
i. .' door Jn the town Newnoniville, on Monday thfi the Estate of Martha Enterprise, will take tks i
on Standby,
,. of October Notice.H info.rnsthe citizens Matthews Saturday Evening; at 4'i'cLel1
5th day next, between the hours( 10 : -. .: deceased this. 24th 1846. every
c : and 2 o'clock, the following propesjy, or so much E creditors,distributees other* interest ,COTTON April HAWLES Administratbr. Jacksonville and its vicinity.that Savannah

thereof will pay the State tax due on the same, ed in the Estate of Samuel Russell, late 'ot 6ta be has removed to ic house'immediately -' The Steamer Samh SpaUing will ,i ta

car the year l845tind all legal costs and charges: Nassau county.Florida,deceased, are hereby cited -Aprit24th,1846. adj ning\the One recently sonville,'via Pieolala & Mamtariit.s-adfiacklira

I t I"* in and about the advertisement and sale thereof, and admonished to be and appear at and before NOTICES occupied, as the printing trip. leaving Jacksonville every Monday uC

f '; vie: tntniivetI share,or portion owned or claimed the',Hon. the Judg* of Probate.,of,Najiau county, hereby given to all persons interested, that office of the "Florida'Statesman.**and Is now prepared o'clock. -

t by Frederick Marquand, equal to 4554 acts at a Court of Probate, Id be held at the Court. Six Months, after date.I, shall apply to Uw to execute,with promr4iiodeall orders cunnacxed For fifi/tht/ or passage,apply to tlie Cspt U.

: thereof, in and to a certain tract of parcel of land, House, in said county, on the first Monday in Honorable the Court of Probate for tb* county of with the above line. Board, or tu. Frrnandex, &- LUbce, A mu Jtctsonvilte.

$ L known as the Artcdondo, Alachua grant, containing January; 1847, and shew cause, if any they have. Alachua, for a: final seitlement and allowance of &fr. Grothe would idle say.'lhat he hns determined .

. two hundred and eighty nine thousand six hun- why I ;should not discharged from all further my accounts and vonchersas administrator on the tocwnfiwhis attention in future, exclusive :iI. B. All g***.Is will U -rrreivrd in Si ,rlnof

dreH and forty five and five sevenths acres, being a administration the Estate ofsaid Samu i Russell Estate William Del),deceased, Into of said county ly to work in these branches. He renders his Slom e in J rk. >nvil4!* & Savaauab.Au .

j tyrant made to Fernando deli Maza Arredondo &, in pursuance of an application then and thereto and,fora discharge from my administration on thanks to the many friends who have eiveri him ; S3 '

Sea, an the 22d December A. D. 1817, situate in bo made by roe to said Court. said Estate/ ASA CLARK. their patronage. and trusts that bit exertions here Florida ami Savaanab ieeI

, I j 'Alocbua county State of Florida; WILLIAM A. RUSSELL, Adm'or. I Kewnansville FA F.'May g. 1846 6ni after will be such as to merit it. Packet.

ALSO, June 12th, 1846. 6m From long practice' in bu business, hebinzaelfcoinp.tent {** THE re-ularSteam Parket tTML I IRASTON

: An undivided share ot portion owned or claimed HOLMES & COMSRS. Jo give,.satisfaction, nnd Li Cap l. l'erk.-eflf$ib
.t : by John N Sayer, in tho same said .NOTICE., ; wilt be modortto and reasonable
l1fi' grant,equal persons interested tirehereby notified that : HOLMES & CO.. have removed, rhargeA as as live at PicolatneTerrFrkliivaMs
to 455 acres thereof. ALL the expiration of six months after the .LVL their .stock- of Merchandize jrf the: Ia TEe thote Wth** Nnrth. ing at 9 A. M. on each werl and will (Vteitlj
: ALSO, N.\B. Cl fks anti Watches repaired in the best i'. M for Savannah MaDl rin. JarL'ilL.
date hereof, I shall apply to .the Honoroble. the building occupied by |ho United States, known as ; ,
I An undivided share of portion owned or claimed have added manner, and at the short notice. St. Marys, SEMI mil oihrr irnmetliato lanJiais.J
I Court of Probate for Alachua county, for a final Government BViIding. They tothelr'stoc'kby -.0>
t by John K. Townsend, in the same iaid grant, Jacksonville, Dec20, 1845. in Snvvnnith .
I settlement myl accounts and discharge from my* the Into arrivals from New York arrive early i n Surwtaj awttufkil

.iJ equal to 455 acres thereof. Administration on the'estate of James L. Town- n full assortment of Dry.Goods, Groceries, Hard* ,- ', Passeagers Lw; chaikitos. casi kaver 8 'II3IIrL

ALSO send, decea,ed, late of'said county ware, Provisioni&c.; S. IV. DOGGETT'S in the evening **daily line ..( tr'nws.
L : An nr,4h41ed'iham or portion owned claimed ; JOHN TO\VNSENDAdnifr.&c. They have on hand, how landing from brig Virginia # ; The <*> *i n rm. 'in 'e..isnerIt.n arhh r r .

; 19"WilliantThorn'as surviving .t nf the New Newnansvilfe, May'1st. 184G. : 6mNOTICE. from New York', 50 bale Hay, 50 bl l- WatM'Uin d Wilderr Irg Liz.. 4 1'4Ti ti
York Florida Association, in ibo same said grant, '_ Near Yoik of which bares MOIL
Lime. 20 thmivand Laths 30 boxes Cheese; 20 H' one every
L <| al to C822 acres thereof. fALL '
ktgButter:0 kegs Urd, 20 bM Pork, 20 half mnfnmz.
I, ALSO, persons" interested arc hereby notified that hbls., Heef, ; 20 bbls. Bread 50, bag Coffee; 50 The Gasinn 4 ** w>c return,let BbtICtrt1
An undivided share portion owned or claimed the "expiration six months"after date, J her Savannah.XASIES .
1)bl l $. Liquor, 100 Ploughs, Iron, )(5aiious. ,iw way
; : Charles A. Jarvis of *'
by Noah '
.executor Jarvis. Hor-orable ofPrbbate '
shall apply to the Court a-n J'--r- OF PACKETS.
C boxes Pipes, Tobacco &c, &c. AH of
j. deceased, in the same said equal to 929II for Alacbua. for final settlement of ..
grant ,
County a m) which they wil sell at low'prfcesV : ;. SEMINA1LY.P11K' Tlie ve. *4* rssmii.iagsMi,1.ull: | Jsr4'e
: acres thereof. accounts and discharge from admiputration on Jar ksonvillp. January 9th, 1846. bo .Lp.sulwl r.* 'ib tlr rvrrv MOIM| V as
'V ALSO, the estate of William.Sparkman, deceased, hate of ? T- ; course of instruction pursued in this. Brig:CM NTO.V.T."Lyntfl sirvjnsieh ?
An undivided share or portion owned or claimed said cotnty. ., Live Oak Agency. ii fitundejd it pi in the principles! of induction Briff, AUGUSTA, A. ,M.Shui4, MM**

l y 'Isaac Frost, in tho same said grant, equal to ,' .JOHN' SPARKMAN, AdmV & IVTOTICE* is hereby given,that having been ap.Ji aiwl'analogy. Sttutent wb i are unj'ivpaml June' i 3.Bo -

Lri 2461'acresthereof; Santafee Pond, May 1st, 1846. ';Gra "* : j pointed by the Govcrnraent'of rthe United t<} enter Cullejr-, mac,here, pWMte tbr.reqnistte New hark V i:U? ON.V.' l r1

4 ALSO, Stnio, Apent for the protection of Timber on the stniTiest "whiltlune, who are not ie>inril SAVANNA A,
)1. An vndivided share or portion owned or claimed : TNOTICE '- ., Public Lands"in En,t Florida all persons who may for profusion, tan select such branches as.may Bris; EXArr.Jt ,.. nvMter. July ItBri

-4 try John M.Seamore,in toe some said grant,equal OH the 4th day of Jaly next ensuing, fi' have trespassed,or shall hereafter cammit any trespass beat suit, EXCF.L'C.'B.Smith. msistn'J'afvft

v to 929 acres thereof date, -will apply to tho: Hon.-Judge of l'r batcs.ruuntyofAlachuaor by cuttingjlown and carrying away anLieOakpr The regutnliftii* of tfi Iixtiiutton are formed Tbte; vv.srJs.a rr commanded.l l n>eBxp
: fl other timber from such Lands win be dealt with the de.i nf, he Lilellf ctual jT
ALSO, a final; discliareTfn ; An undivided share or portion owned.or claimed the Administration nf the Estate of Lewf lien,Wil-, with as thtt Law'directs. and moral adfancemeni i>C il niemhery.The'discipHn Pass# rts as i..nt.iaiLIis wiiilJ

I fcy Mordecai &L NoaK, in the, same. .said. grant, Hams,(late of' said County,) deco : JOHN U TAYL'OR.February is iniejded tube strict ly parental. Tliey: will sail juncttii5k! a.. 4esiiI.a. i'a
emud 13G5 'thereof.- .4' r- 20ih, 1846 Agent 17. S.. &c. W :
to acres F. UNDERWOOD, The Preceptor desires f ncnitivatr.with pupils, cases be luirrd lu'MM* I;v ieiuin4.aaas.

; ALSO, -. ;.' Administrator.Nownansville State of Florida Circuit Coiirt- habits of kind.and familiar intercourse, and Jnia- : a' :GEURUKkIOLftIES. U
b An imdivt etl share or portion owned or claimed E.' F.j January 2,486.| ::. ; liienco tnem"ra EASTERN C1HCU1T. APRIL TraM 184G.BRUfYSTtruJcn .
; "by tbe'heirs at ,law of Aloxamler M. Moir, deceased { .' $ Ho Chancery.BuKtULLSTiPHEKS. principles tin; hevt than Vy severe ami df.- It.rihs' ,can f; be" ,-serurril t -- al; Si.c'k", !
in the sonie said grant,erjual to 4641 acres CircHit Court. graceful punishment. ;
vi. 5.1" B. i: CAKK &CO..- tw'
, ; Lt tburoof. EASTERN CIRCUIT OK FLORIDA. An'aceiimte acctHint rtf the delinrjnences.'every
v I Ift ) Bill for Divorce.U1ON .July.I5,1t.. ,_, ._; .,. .
; ALSO, MAr-TRx18G of scholar, and al

I An undividedshare, or portion owned claimed SAU1tA.SCL4rToJl;) hppjication thVcomplainant in |ho kept ; a copy of which'account, in connxu n witli, Circuit Court
;t" \rj Jeromus Johnson,m>he samb said grant, equal vs. : /Pill forDrnrce.PitirPCtAybx. Bill, and upon the.-necessary; the re tilar termY$H.Is traainmted to every parent '5- *'' EjtsrtEX 'iBctrtT or r'iusttnL'I
.affidavit bci duly,filed, and it appeoHngthat the
i'L to 8509 acres thereof. ; ) or guardian, wiilin rnaz 1irii .. 1aChacerp '
and nbuvc named Burrill Stephens,Is without the reach F, J. Eseeiittir .JiJm F.Broirnilcceiijrd .'
11 th BiIl of S..Lbrfl
TIIOS. C. ELLIS, reading filing ; complaint. TERMS FOB A StSSlOX OF TWM.YK VTrr.KS S ', 5'
Sheriff and Tax;Collector.Newnansville 'UPON; causey and'jbo .return pf the SIieri.9". of lue, process'of this State. ; Higher Braoches, -i ea 00 forbinutrlTet J '
: jj 20ih March, 18.46. .upon .Siibpocna issued herein, as tvell.os from It it het'yOrJered; tho said Burrill Common Branches, ,. J QQ a! c.1ii'r., 8. t ;cqlk.14,
affidavit1now' read and fifeil. by which itap|>:ears Stephens, be rcq'dredtouppearnnul answer to the Latin! and Greek CIassh. extra., Br*>jatnin A. Putnam. Adrninutrn ( CsrsiLtraiheesiis'ulAthbrat

Machaaounty Sheriff's Sale. Tlliaf said defendant, Philip P. Clayton; resides'bo- :matters; complained$ of him in the above named Lessons in Krvccb*'given at Ilie'request of Ira hull. J '

I'uI : 1LLJiESO14Don Monday, tho 7th ofT yond thejurisiliction oft hi* Court and in the State ,Bill, onthc.fltsiday 'nf the ensiling "Teim ofjlto ents. \ dfrea.ed,. J .,
i Th V September next, between tbo hours of ten of f:Georgia, en motion( ft; G. Livingston Esq;. Circuit Court'for the Eaitern Circuirof Florida -''A'nv pupil withdrawn from tin* Sci,.H>l befirreiln- '*13 V,I:S U A NT Ii an order bruise IL.n Tli'mS
1f and-two o'clock, at the Court,House, jntlw Town So1ictorfo9he compliiiimnt, otherwise n decree pro confetier, wilt 'grahteil end M'tho.cTun, exbeptin*for'r*>asor 'which tholrincij 1).ntai,. .bsslge 'i( :tLo }asrriri ( irci"

?M of Newn.infcvilleyCount/of Alachua, n sufficient Itit'ffered, That' ,ri'hearing' P placo upon to the said eontptitinant. and that this Order be .il.! approve*,will l e nNjuirvtl to j nj for Ihs'ua.iir.d Florida, in jhe! alx>v** Cau*e. |.eatne daM tfcond 'c'

ft4 portion of the undivided'interest of John II. Bnish, ihc'fiictcnarge lTn snid Bill of Complaint, nt tl p'.next published! n one of U o piibjic nowspapers.jof tlw.StatPt part of that fQ5ion.. day ofMairli. I3Icsb. rrrdu dAitsiii5

u Charles W. Brush, Eugnno, yann s<, Julia A. :term tf the. Circuit.Court*'for tho counties or tho *pcu, of Uireej months ,bcfurq ihe. v N>deduction will hO'naJciuiherhig.. against hull,; 'ib'q"i"d.Iatr| of Ka't FlisiliLi. (aim LvA
'th .heirin
; Vanneis, and' Margaret Brush, situate In said Alacbua and,.Le T* lo be 14QWr'! the third I Monday day HO'eppofnteylTor. HAWKINS/
4 It County, in and ton certain tract or parcelof land December/' !:/next, at the' =Court. Iloum- tJ'in J.vJOHN: O. URARDONOrk S JiiagP.&c of the said; sickness. ie |uiiinjj lh puj4l 10 be with' In and prove tl"sdrlts t l.efJ ie'the #..b.nilcr,' '
known as iboArc4endiiGrant, ,, containing two,. Newnatisvllle. Floflda., J* :drawn'from the:School) pVwper deduction 'wilt be :of ,UN mastern7illitCmwtfcai| nk ,
nundrod and eighty; nine thousand six bundred anti Aditis/ItUi1er- d. Tbata copyftf this Coujf i jierebyfcertify,that.tim,Above is.a true cppy 1tm4e Coort I ll M4r. in the city of St, Anyutl1*]!**
of order, made and entered i ; ;- ,
L' forty five and fiva sovcnihs acres,/being,a'grant' Order ber puMtsheil 'in'Jdmo w.aperjdnti.d j an sajil qntiUeil No' pupil received uniTer;nine' S.cats- or'i ..- berus I he' !0i lsl 'f ir IaJt"

3;:. made to Fernando da la Mara Arre4 no anti anti, ,w jtlilo this Cjrcuir, for.fbe sp co.of ihre |;rn6nihs,: cause, on ilic thirtieth by of April, A. ,D1,1846. This nile frnthheJna'nienieizcocxperie'ncrtlby'! : .thereof, they;willU cxtlwJed fiITI the brieH afderx

I ; on the 22nd December A.iD. 18 17 :to satisfy and from tlje. "date,'hereof' ; tonco.., in,.each- ',week--- succcs-. .- -"fL Sl', testimony' wlK-ret f.'I hereiinto'set myM occasional execptiiwu heretofore, willf in future. ,, siajil' .
tat i' < 'piTtiy. 'i hand,.ami cflix'tha seal ofsaid ffieeiJNO'G. te.' r
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14 pay tbo taxes duo,to tic Sjuuo:of Florida from tho'i 'tzr41f bo steadily enforced. -
; persons abovo named l, for,and account of their :7arOJercd.tTbat in ilefaulf of IlEAUDQN, : Tlic Srho"li$ nqw in a fluurshInrood juno. .

'-1 iatorcsts aforesaid'and all legal costs and charges the appearance oPsaid Defendant, or aniwerto: 9, 18463m,5 -: S .- !_ The building is a large, commojilinii* and elt ai tstnicture. *__ s-,._ Anu_ ,* imy March I3>,11l6.: t 31si, .
Ia and about the Ad yortiscnv* nt and solo thereof, said -Bi a decree toay betaken.therein, bt aid : : Eurt. : recently'erected by VLORIDA LODGK.V4 .j- -t ,- Kutiawayv'From '----b----- fLiA
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t TnOS.C. .ELLIS, ?, E A JT.KRW .CmcutT .OF 'LOR .-. ofj. Q, O. F A ; -. < tlii XMli4MiyiI! Jis S !.
SneriflT and Tax'Collector.NewnnnsvUIe ., 1.I !R BfirSANCliE2/fCrerl ottl&o Fib. S>7, 1546' Court for tli -counti'esoi'Alachua and"Levy, B. Gibbs. ariit T *' ; 'enfsccc's./*' Boaril may b* 4 tarne | at reasonable "bi-b; ?,- dutk csing'ki'annjI', '

: 1 4'ibreby certify,-that tbe,foregoing; fs .true copir. i' Benjamin AS J-'utnm, v {' ijEzecutsocep.b 'rates! ,in re#jM ctablo farajlir*in,\he plan) -

AlachHa County SOLD/Sheriff's Sale* % ct -;*- J *:gn record-in tny of oej : niaIt; ;J* Bill rliie *.* f Jacksonville.,. ,- T_._*!E. I..Mar. .-..;!h2lth.., 181C.. ''lyi i, kg4. lie i's kVMbUtJ years .and
MomTav, tho 7th day VttsEss mylIan( and seat of:ofJEice this very T.
WILL I v King Iey, ilecea el, is MELFOKD. and that fie 1.i'l..tii IISI
: woxti between i ho Hours of L''i 16tiIworMgiiH ; Complainants *' nnd,1th Itef aiul S tIB Circuit Court.EASTIR.V lYtit. t rMfriwether county'G'orgi. 't Ll'
ten ami two Tclpck, at M.C uiti/llousaiQ the :* ttMoNBM4CUItZ, j : '5' 'fyranjnjuttction. .' CIRCUIT or FwflIDA. tars si ill b i aU f,sr liii ap.rihenItou araJfcIJ'1! )

Town of Nowftaniville, a sudlcieat partionof: the Msy 22ra4p43 Cl :kCircUi; Court.- George Kinpslet, >" "? County'of DM.aikIs'CAan'cc y, forjaJl; s6 that'| may eetjiini: '

,. interest of John II.'Lewil and' wife, situated iafal4rbounty Drfugidant. L13 .. ... apam.C iUl.I.ldAItSbcrifletsufvrt
,. EDtVARfl
1. ; ,- *' i .jr, J .: I BiIlttccaiint '
la.htti tractor parcel of land 'r-- '_..SlIt having been niJido,to Appear sntHfnct rily v I14!
known as the Arrcdondcr grant, containio*. two .EASTERNCIRCUIST3mI: N'S'COUNTY' ffl1ThiU thatW d-r! 1at;GdoVgnrKi sfeV;rr/- a CQftYxi1us'TATLott; '. L', ** | rt. _: 1baTvngbe Th'c'.i" 'it -

-reIan4oight nine thmuaWsix huo-trcdand Joit ROBIZJ1fI$ IiW sJ-'j' %ia i'Mdll jbU IictloU aftb1. Court; auifli, -' I ys; -: Id U : -'

t forty Lye aid ;five wreaOts acres- being a grant : 1i 1 'tho Island bPSt. Dumfngu :jn.tiioi Went IiiJ resonrtiort IIbt'wYu-ifAauA FosTutet.lil.) 'AdmlHlStraflr'g No1kc.

w 1 : made to la JSI aia % r4q4oand son WM0i%$* % >t JJ. 'A.j uinam,tEsq. lfdjoc(or the | ; njmiile Jp/appear by-:afEdavit to IXjnvntbs &>c iair I sbahl4aftl
: oatbo22d Docembir"Af tf.Jpl7..w wJtMjtni.p ?? nfl4aiflftZt1 JL thosatufaction of tlietCourt that the above name -, to.the of L'qi4auric"'lbf

I y a tMOaaca-kliie to lUe Stolo of Fior&a./or amon rCH* % j p. :W tf f Jor IT 'if ORpCREfo/'ini; ; inid4'G.orge' 't llCfnjleyfdn ;*- l Defendants.*'Winslow Foster, a wf his 'wjf'. ai'f Li'ter t1tItIii3s4IiT, ,in3'nfGior

: tuie fant of said Interests and all legal costs an4 1T byafM4ihtoJ4ernfants appear arid answer the Compfainanul Bill ,Mari!;iF?ster ''f'njerlyMaHaDewetV>redide;In, JatejoMkI.'CY'

t '.hsrge. ,* within six months.'or tlw>same.wiUVliaukpn'fpro; the State of ,\latarn and beyond she junsdictionof 4 rea.r.aI ing t2r5uIRJli4J !

.. t.bereo1; BolaneoU .two hundred and two dolt in the .bow,. ,,ntidea cau.e reaJe lc, 4I'Ij4 this 'Court* an :motion of Gregory-Tale; 'l-iiq., eifntt ,' suiW 4j uWrsi it'D(1I
41 iid eg1it! ; 'tho' 1W'OI1 ihLJuiUiliet1eni $ilicitpr/of llieComplilnanl I
I.c$ $t IffCQRt44t3P : '' $t L S./
-- i : 'ruo" ? : hjOUfl bta ihihiiThe Unh'Jot.compllnj4 this Order, .be published some Nowipanci1 prlnIcil ft it Ordered, Tlwt tU sd5 WinsW Foster JOhN HlCGljIlOTIl.M,
J4"A4t SuHck cj4j.swe anil{MariFucterfdo ami ;! 1lLL' '
: within the stiaCirc'uinonco'a'keck Vonsewtlvolf ap'pedr 'answer the'Cnmwill _!
aI slJ months. !$1flflP. mo hs ursb a-
for V rn
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I 1l comjtahiLats! Uitb1 }ourMontIs, takenas confessed against them. .i..
I the same wivfbeUken,,,ovtu&1 $Miztfrimfliitl I.'OCA&liAttT, k Cbrt'' of'sskl5 Court.hsreby :::44 1i jcfiAer eaT) V'Wt jsof spunsi (hnnt to Domingo $!rfl.aniv* ,

______ thi 'ceiify i'il:! Lh.bOra tDadft,! -' irSd copy**of W 0r4.r.aJg .- i4lanJin 1.tTwusb.iiIlsibw I$

!i4. : : ; nteieiIIaW EAti4edciu.eron the be publisheil some newspaper; p rimed wiihin the ) ani ranuI ; !!

'NI tIdyo( Msr PAetD4l8l 4Tfttt fr'1' Kas65rnfCirc: K VburIabtc! % weeU'consecV a, MSI)
t I : ::4 ;-r-1' IN TESTIMONYto.set wIlF4ccwtIbere: ,lei .r9TcoufIe.1r; ./ ';.i & 4 V hiaktawl alo.m sraasUA tirlau4'frJU*'
.iir Dudl d.o.sw4 to eatl. thout orI kMd and'aix TUOVDOUGLAS, Jutk
tS m to m :o6SCAR Wetnmrkic n-1J.l&&harnmock ..W.r
'' : 'tIieb. tTh1da of ;lTOSCA HARTClflrk i rc rtheWby ;japfa steP

lrt$4q $ .- HART. 'Clerk> **nKf INf Ao *AWi >r7 *4 "jprr iijsiwiiJtnd .' ?
Ht M"sale tberrof: ; 1 iITLpus.Cl.rk o( sitU Court* 'r *' 4 r-) : -- made and entered in said entitled cause on W THOMAS gpWITs.j .

; tfayjbPFflwary< AD,1816i y 'L ; e' 'VIitNADt'
,a .r orDro&of Kebid; 'mjaot3 U bMedj: t} L ,
yhL. -. TIMp WIIfTOOF ? Vr 5'- ,
43snr J -.
E g I-I ,t WlTK &S/my hswl und)M seat of s id Raft ICuWLVieIt AbajoTo- [I.. S,] / unto set'my hand and affix tmVscal' I3i.'l : -

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