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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:
August 7, 1846
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v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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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will be eonunned until forbid side of the collar three Bill threatened
was thrash
required Stamps .to' .
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JcbaYged e doUtl'S 1or. will be charged,( tall annoanceof ,button holes ,above the other, and sat Tom Handy. 'Tom,:who was a:team- rt too; good te be lost/l WHit$l er c. :.L._&' &._ ._ .L"_,. .-..

pFl ean3i ada1e1 for office. .himself down as uncomfortable'as'can, boat pilot, heard of k, and ,seeiag acrowd Wnck Henry reader _: a4..w.' --. \.
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trteeAnpBciOOB to S-oogj" unattended, Com. Conner, presented I ment where Stumps lived. ,.Handy rounded of the great 'Vitginiaorator 'ih, Wi Wita_..

All religiOus- notices$ will,be inserted gratalVT himself at Gen. Taylor's, tent, the two' to his: boat, .tied.,it. to,a'tree, and inTact'it'may'be'well doubted'wthema& h tll f 1eM; MaeRy' be1spe1 "1t .

-AH admirable personal comraunicatlons willbe soldiers shook hands, both in eXcee.ding.'nst ,went'ashore' : ve"r'livei to wbok wcM iW 1l' .c'j" ', f{iiI iJ'

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delivery"tlTAH of eotnnronr the wnrk. (<>" mo t be addressed to The wags in the army say, that the; 'you want"tothrash; m; 'don'tyouV1- J!?r!j?J !J 1P J Dieting,character Tyler. B t apeti;tb r MJI'," l ;.'

GILLETT & HAZARD. postage paLL_ above contains the only: authentic ac-' "-Wh' ni;rTom,- not's I.k oiBon: ; ofIearv. .4 rieti vele; The WMS 4osMNrt. .

-. count where Gen.Taylor was ever;beaded .; 'you,hain'.t done, me nothin P riic1der. ,, .I lulhiiti l tyaitrtii; ; following traitor,aa4 tfert tfewr Hafwt. --

MAIDENHOOD.IT and that,since that time be-has ta, -as' I.knqws on.VaUBUiif." .story,"is Eastern Virginia had beea'fe.i-; their cp, -fdashe : ity ,/'

'. fiaT W. XCTKLLOW.' ken to.I linen roundabouts of the largest "\ you don want to whip ,"said:tobe : e letter is toLL <' What was tkere b t

.1D.I.Maidea!rbt.jh S.h fM'f'k f brown. .e1rs., ....._. :4ithans with fmore p'ertinancy..tban. I me, 'I.feel just like\ whipping you;',and .TOrjUraj .one- ..eagaged It;,le.triaVof bert& _,at .., -

LK 'we dusk lfleveu :.\t r' "- e%: T.-X. Q. Tropic. I, I'Ilgiveyou one dollar and the a caw in which one of the witeeases ti iS; t cttkT .

THE HOUSE.-TH AT ,ZACK BUILT. licks,you'll stand.,up 'to'me:?' on'the omer'side":was' 'notorious for his does Hot remember that o elagredie&U rIit..w.c -

Thou vchote look wrr outhinethesuri..hPd in onp, 1 i "I'll! da it, hoss!.". .exclaimed Bill, gullibilitv.) : By way'of s-ho wing:up this I: ef'JB Noi1herir'Co' .
GoWf'rPilP. .
'As the LrnMcd l"f'amJeu.ron, ,. ) FORT BROWN. v stripping for the fight. Two stalwart trait.ia,the:witneie, and'thus,impairing' waaVaa BardP. hostility toatarift :
I fellows .selected for' seconds to the whigs alleged that he tTsi .
This is the; house that Zack built.' ,. were or testimony.. I was --
Standing with rrluctant frrt.Vhrrr see fair play Torn paid over',to,Bill his Wtiri asked if he had ever,read.Rileys oat free tr. At"the :Soatfc,' .wHile .

\Womanhood lie..brook antI ann childhood river meet fleet!.'. THE ,CANNON.- I dollar, and stood up. Bill 'drew.'bffarid narrative,'and if so whether. he thought. 'rotes musUe.feftd to ekci r Mrei

Tom in the' him it.waS 'irii.. the whigs's*the .4teto .
.' These the bull that popped eye,knocking : very oppo eaas .
Gazing with a timid wift 2)ancf') advance, house are that, ,Zack built.dogs,; lay.inahe I down Tom rose and'stood.up like an 'Oh! yes'aidit eSs' q've ,i'eadit.: ,. ..,get, them Tfee rc Vaa-.Barrepreseated ; ;.- -
brtioklet'n .
On tb rives broad I "*. honest!man,- for the other lick. Bill a ( ..believei every word.of itlf!! r .as'the reverse ef free tntdf.
On ihe expame. '
THE' q;UinIrji. .-' I popped 'him in ;the. other eye,. .with the 'lhecounsel.. on: the, other!side' ;perceiving Preston made out Van Burea Hiere'ofaprotectkmist :

Deep and lilt that gliding streamDoautiM same effect But no sooner had he done the advantage gained,by:his I than Clay, and 'Sires :,' :
These the men that fed'the opponent
are dogs k '
wrm ,
lu them9t. .so than he sung out "nuffj,nuff! take ; 'here j interposed.the.question. made Harmon a'geeuine free traded: t
At the river of -, him off!"
Then why p0e wi'h indcci "
bright nn1i in thy vision the ended 'had Where'they DOW so Ylol tlstiii1 .
fiat was ; one. party trae/ -
thee. fiM Klsian. This Is the ,general .
Beckon to as sharp'thorn : .Ut) .'
cried 'I have read a gnat, they swallowed'it. ;
enough. it replied the sirnplewjt. :
that' J led the men that fed the .
.- ."I
h.doir. gilin It". ;. { : '
Seat Inn" board the
i Torn Handy \veDt'on. :nor- ness but 1 can't I believe it --I
no no
dogs that Jay in the house that Zack say ; ,. CASTu.-Alrieadl of the edita
A* the Jove with 4tarllfd ryo, ,. .ter", with,two bunged 'and with a that's than swallow ': .
: eyes, more can !
Srr* the f.lcim *thaduur fl)! built. 'or the.Charleston Patriot writes fraia 0
lesson of wisdom that lasted him as Wirt was essentially'floored. -: .. ; ..".
H':irf.t ih. roiret on I he horc, ')long'as'he'lived. He never ;:) ffered.'premium a ..- '. ', -.. Washington (July 19.) 'd"
That .t'at car| frcrive nn for after 'that! Ex- Horrible.1evengc.-Dr. Badcliff who
a fight, ,. seems to be taken for grafted
D.- od by the tanct'* loaf tOthmi This is the general that rose in.tbe'. fond
of the of the table '
.', change Paper.A was : pleasure that a demonstration is to be'made OB
mom to meet the General as sharp as
child '.f many prayer*! ; '. f was lone aftermoon comfortably'dispoVingofa the Castle of St.Joan de Ulloa,'aad tkat .
. Lift hath snares! a thorn, that led the men, that fed the .bottle of'wine when '
quid..ltlocli-lir.- BOY'S.. :LETTER. cbdntry- the' is
only tJilsg'B wanting, to .
I ) Care and age came unaware*! dogs, tLat lay l in the house that Zack entered and himto .
. built. ... The following specimen of itbpy'sletter man, tberoqm, begged the mode. (. .
is from Hood's Comic Annual- : come immediately to his.wife ,who '
, Like the*\ell f iftti sweet tunc.Mctrai"r "There is. an invention Wore the

ric" into noon, There is such a truth of character in it' 'was dying, "Ijcan't. help Ii itfj my ,fine Naval Committee, for a'fire< uiii hat ,.

, May slides ontrard into June. MEXICAN TROOPS. -sq much of that: spirirof drollery' ,' fellow:I- can't' move till I have'finished will reflect shot. ,'That it 5 'nii ae,

, OUdh.JOtI; !i. ili. hon:!I where*lum1' oretl These are the troops.all tattered and mixed with mis hief, which often'prevails my bottled Now. it' happened that would be more efficient,' tkaa/tllifetc_ ,

Uir.f and hln.ii mi*. natty nunilMTiHl; torn, that followed the leader that rose in the young human beings of the the I countryman: was a large strongman ships in ooriNavy." :'; '. .-, '
Aje, hid b.nigh with *n't\r tncumberrd.Gtithrrlh in the morn, to meet the general as \ the'doctorij small
, male that ) declaring and one
sex- we cannot help. ; ) very ; In connection with this
thorn that led the that we extrae .
sharp as a men .
it occurred the former that his best
.T), eac'i flower lint crows, it to be, in its own words, "capitalfun. so
When the joung li.nrtavvrfliw. fed the dogs, that lay in the, house that ." ..Tbe'ette proceedsfroma country plan was to seize,.and':carry the following, in which we do set p1ue I .

r. To rrolralm! that tent of*i m.. Zack built. boy, to what the .polite lett r.wri him off on his sho Iders., He' did so; any faith;. > ."t -

- Bear lily in thy hand '- ter would: call his "frend i in'town." and while he was bearing his load along)' ."'.The,fleet. at Yera: Cruzk0Mi&t"_

, Gates.(urns*cannot withstand CAPT. MAY, OF THE DRAGOONS., ,""Now Bob,I'll tell you'what:1.,want. the doctor,..bursting with rage, exclaimed would attack the.Castle on, the ICHkinst .

. One touch of that magic wand. ,- This is the Captain not shaven or I.want you to come down here fort, theholidays. "You- villain, I'll ,cure gour .jeJ" and it is whrspered that, it may'.be .:, -.

.t t Dear through,"rrowrnn and tuih shorn, that charged the troops all tat- Don't be afraid.. Ask your and he was as good_as his word. given up without a straggle. -u .
tered and that followed the leader
In thy heart tbw de'(.(yu..d.. ." torn, sister to: ask your'mother to.ask year Another papereay.-2asaegersby; .' ..{,"
.- OltyJirii the smile of I ruth.O. that rose In the'morn, to meet the. ge'ncral father to:let you come; It's only ninety ..1ttembersofthePrus.At. a recent the Clvde,state that it was: tH'f'-.. vjfrivateer
t : as sharp ns a thorn,'that led the public inectingashort stout, gentleman lion '
i1siitrh.w, likel'i'lm.4iitl steal miles. The two prentices, George.and .oftheU.S.equadronteatsaek8uJuandelJiloaoa :
r men, thatfed the dogs, that Jay in the was much incommoded by a tall rawboned
Into wound4 that cannot Iwnl \Will! are here to be made farmers of; ,the 10th Jaly.! The \
I who stood him .
Zack built. :next
house that to
1 Krcn a* Irep our ejt*.1..tlt l steal. and brother Nick is took home from person vessels at Sacrifices on the lit ,were, .

school to help in agriculture. We like and whom he, angrily 'addressed, with the.frigates Cumbered RariUa,.1ui4
And tfiatvmila lilIoh litnetlart What
GENVEGA. \ pushing for who are
it's are you : Potomac !50 each sleep ofwar
much -
Into many a tunic**h*artFuratmile farming very 'sirVI guns -
. fG xl limu This is the prisoner all forlorn, that 'and shooting you, John Adams 20 brig S.mar. 10
t> < art. Us four have got a gun go out ;\ ;
was taken by the captain not shaven or am connected with the press. .
and to 8 and tearner
it's a famous good one, sure steamer Mississippi, ; '
GEN. TAYLOR HEADED! shorn, that charged the troops all tat- off if you don't, full cock it; Tigeris 'I thought so, was the retort for you Princeton, 7. The foreign me Il of ww
The that marks tered and torn that. followed the leader go havenearl: pressed my ribs:in." -
singular simplicity to be our shooting dog, as soon as he lying there at the:same time were the .
Gen. Taylor's personal appearance and that rose in the morn, to meet the gen Crfstina of war .
has left off killing the sheep. H.e's're a A dandy in.Hartford'got. dreadfully Spanish frigate sloop "
habits, have become a subject of unil eral as sharp as a thorn, that led the and beautiful. Laisa Fernando and brig.Haba eteir *
l worries cats, and fled'.across thestreet .
savage frightened lately .,
l versal fame. It is curious that soldier that fed the dogs that lay in the :
,a men, Before father comes down we 'mean' to .because a.waggilcnnpanionap- British;frigate EDdy ion ,sloop efwat 2.
so eminent in all the qualities of house that Zack built. There's Rose and' steamer Vesuvius French
bait our bull with him. plenty plied lighted to a keg of onion ;: .
segar .
: ... .
discipline, should! be so citizen-looking sloop of warLaPerouaeand1rigM&cure. -
of New Rivers about, and we're going a seed. -;: "

'in his own appearance. A curious THE MEXICAN ARMY, fishing"s.soon as we have,mended. our .Besides 'these, the1 c ,'

. scene occurred at Point Isabel, at the These are the men all weary and top.joint. We've.a: pony, too, to ride Mr. A-And"this, sir, .i is catamount of the Clyde says fee saw iX1EIe "

.t time Com. Conner appeared off that worn, tbat abandoned the prisoner all upon, when we can catch him; but he's to.a denial. American vessels ef wareJf Vera-Cnn ., -

place with his fleet, to give succor-to forlorn, that wail taken by the.captain loose in the paddock, and has.neither Mr.B.-I suppose. the; .l gentlemanmeans The..citypa' th3Othtilt.wasd.eI4, #

4 ,the ""Army of Occupation Com. not .snaven or shorn, that charged the name nor tail to .signify to lay hold of. tantamount- '.. '. to'be,under martial law.n : ,

: Conner is a naval officer that is not only) troops all tattered and torn, that followed -, Isn'i it prime, Bob r Yon must come. Mr. A.-.-No, Mr President, I mean! .'

. strict in his dress, but has 'a Philadel- the leader that rose in the morn, to If your mother won't. give your father catamount. As i if,L, didn't know that agsvut Mexico. Tfce

e phkm nicety about it. He appears in .meet the, General as"sharp as'a,thorn, leave ,to. allow( you -ran' away., :Remember catamount and.tantamount. -were' anonymous. .-Philadelphia Times conuiaa 'tke'feklouring t ::

full and splendid uniform on all public that led the men, that fed,the dogs that turn 'Goswell-street, to : t: '
occasions built. you up ".4 verbal report, ,from what, .we eea raider
I being the exact counterpart lay in the house that Zack to Lincolnshire and ask for VViddle- '*
I IIDl.hllparticolar of Gen. Taylor.. go A Barber N.Orleanswrote over good authority: in WaaJu>ei.
ie ball.. There's ,pond full of frogs, :: -
At the proper time, Com. Conner sent THE AMERICAN ARMY., but won't ,come his door- ; informs us that a Letter of Hatifie fey .
pclt.themtill ;
we you '
word Americanborn "Wiih' hot and razors keen been granted to a son of..-'. Diad
to Gen. Tailor, that he would These are the Yankees. 'tb re's water
but let it be
before Sunday, as ,
. Walk'In, friend. 111 shave joo clean/ An application has **& .
come ashore to pay him a visit'of cere- ,"that defeated. Tthe, ,men all' weary orchard rob and the"-fruits this urgent 4 '
our own shaved,
1 laony. This put old "Rough amLKeady" and worn, that abandoned the prisonernil like A personiiaving by for,a similar favor by a, geatltttui ill 3" -.",
to be gathered on MondayIf you and cot in several places i8 '
, operator, this city .who was educated )ke TT :
into If the ,
a tremendous excitement; forlorn, that was. taken. by :captain -: : we-know wh re the .
, Com.. Conner had quietly c.omeup.tO not shaven or shorn, that charged raw ggs dn't 'and 1'm ',wrote underneath, S.Navy, served hk coantry wMt'ereil* .
hcnsJay and ,rnother. t dean lha beanl,U,'baTed you'll Md.DIal "
5 the Florida : t
io ispeife
: war
: his tent and given him a sailor's gripe, the:troops, all tattered and, torn, that, bound there's lots of bud's,nests. Do ; .'! U*.skiaa Dot left.behind., it with the,riverikEibesaiJ I

U and sat down on camp chest,and talked followed, the leader, ,that .rose;; in. the come Bob and I'll showy the wasp's acquainted .
. .l&i... little coast*of:M the Spai.k .W .
over matters in an old fashionedway morn, to meet the general as sharp as a ,nests/an'd"v thing i that. can' make 'IezUge-"M ther, ; "
Ukfld H& iththat
1 Gen. Taylor would have been prepared thorn, that led the men, that fed the comfortable., I dare:say, yon,could boy in our.prcseaceithe. ; other day, West *India- r "; > .am1. -
; but to have the most carefully ,dogs, that lay ,in:,the .house that Zack you borrow fatherJ Tolunteer musket wllry.dearl; his" crew w.: already\ 0 p! -'"I. .
sail withia .
jrpar badbcadacie aid sqrfcthreat that he :trill ,,I
dressed.officer in : commana-- built. 'j'Ve'got Hell a '
our Navy
of him-itboat'his knowing it; bttf beurCaiiybovI t.t ho 'receives' a e.miuion,i'hi si.
Jog the fin st fleet ia full uniform too! y '"
come -
. to. ';to :briag"the ramrod, as ; .
surrounded by ill the giitferingpomp TfflEfPRESS. I n" ",Have ypa R1r-- --.V- -'Bs.taeatireltP'Y$ =
its weiaye. rnjdijy. '; !. eyriil g. tJ. &. !
of newsman's
I > splendid equipments pay This is the Press with 'Y e, ma'rn; ,
a visit of than horn "'that told the. Yankees American JW11 a have some medicuae.Its drauht Baltuaorehavin aas.g
; ceremony, was more : < ciejgth celebrated Clergy ,yoa GH. ".. .
, Gea. Taylor had, without some effort, .born, that defeated ,the mea ,:all'weary Wit.-A. ':< no mattw/i.retertcd, ,the:ewcit i'ltej1:1: : iw.a& -

; aerve to go through with; but, ever: and: worn,thlt abandoned" .;bcicmt C'Hm. pftheJBaptfet; pewawof of the ol4eala}pewm-VitanU :. i l'gQ: ',. .e' I1.. ie...* er. 7am :.. 114 ',
Jcnown ,
,iOiiaamy .
. ally -
equal_ he determined to aUoriornthatwastaken .by the, ; -of '
tp,emergencies cap? cihislifowhule -, '. t .J'. .' "
of this i portion I
,corflplirnent Com. 'Conner, through tain hot' shaven or shorn, that charged, 1ed.iaMw Y rk was aear'r I tktM: a fellewWthe I. .
K : '
)irn.teNvy! h/appeervig isfrillwii.: .the troop .tattered and>torn, that fol. oldiworaaa'aftd a ? 8 ;wHkrtowU'at Ae 4A'it'Oift

. for1'_a thing ,kj* .q cer. associae4 j Jawed. theleader that rose in the rnornj waited wbd oii-by:dwred aa him to jow .thin young MsEebheeLtUiL,taU"a "t ."ral l $1't iN ek t O it, J.I': t *

: \nth 4m' for years, had never witnessIn to meet the"Genept1.,a thorn,' TRJLB, ; thei' : Ipeforn '- oaWer heara.: : WI'.'M,mw bts "The Ladiee-r 1 O !. If.J
marggMuCb4O ,ia !.. .
. ihaj1 d the'men, that fed the dogsthatlayin iie ?'r.L ". t'. ..3;. f. .- ThsanUhMsrthaa ; -
In the mean' .time,Com. Conner wasp the boase Zack-built... B'ik8a11it'c tt tV'.teca&o t bjaFoih er 1! 1"..- aa ; =(J_.i-if-tJ.jti"t : .. ," A' 1i\. .l. 'JIfiQ.wJ'UlucY. ;
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.c'- S S ONGBESSIONAL.'From: tho Union of <[ ff I1N1C4 Jl --
_: H1EV"N' EW1'S ocracy are in the majprity, let your,labors (}REG N..L: uer8Cro-m Oregon, state (
:;'..:", 0 .T"..".tf "' ," <-, ...t.. 1. _' -,.'< .,'J P.. be still more';nejrgeticla place tile that a r"i.'T new, town.. has] been c R) 1:1. Saturaryint\veTfea7n. the passing of How we:came into ". IJt,'
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VACKSONVILLn.. AUGUST > "" the po. .
I jr, 1846. < f Bill In elC
: 'the -
: niinor
., .. ::- t< t Whigs furtherujjtj/i e-l yj oa th* if' 'West" side'' f khe WiliaraethsT! qODstr'tJoDalf.I.f following curious specieao-j :'

". Jr"'" continue the good,.,work until there milea.below*' 'Oregon.- .City, with favo ra., enp.. etbYla4 ytri Jp.Yote-Yeas respondence we ,.
is of success-until 28 Nays 25-two Democratic Senators may,perhapt, :
every probability ble prospects. It is called Portland, hereafter.
lit A'.!,'. $ the The ,Bill hs amended, was However that b*,,;;'
have duty owe absent.
performed you and ,
is the head
4 1'.1 1 .. ., you at of ship.. vigatio apology to offer for laying k ,
to your party to your candidates, to A road has.been.constructed eigh miles sent to the House, and the amendments
_ _ _' 'and our readers; as it relates'tonet
:t "* For'Congres yourselves,and to your country. length, from Portland to the Two-. referred. to the Committee'". of Ways.
: : ,- *r *. -'. .. ... /JIll, .. !If "/' public movements, and pub1iet'
\ 1.
: : ftains accessible Yo'thewFdleWillamersettler eans. '
;0 whicfrtendemfc '11
ii ifUliIAM, ; A.. 'KAIN: TUG TARIFF. Naval Bill} 'after Whatever may be thought of Mr.C...*;

I :" _.;i I ,,. OF, WEST, _PLOflIb&. '. .." -''Ndi: }" tbaihetheSenate ":r rur J3 i r 1asjased ie T l oli.:ShelVest The 'Appropriation'" an orator, no one hereafter will *

i-_,' ,; DEMOCRATIC: 'MEETING.Ata"meeting .' i j. nt ,who t.,will dare' ,to,,nsserVthat side of Jfti river.. -ndnui( from.Port-! the sundry Senate.In amendments. ", was Jils ,passed by his claim asa'joiThe familiar qua,jata**,

: ; :of the Democrats of tlie 1 Democratic, members of,that body land,there is anexcellent: mi 11.privilege, ty' style and measure "in which t&

; I haVe, ,done their ';have on 'which.a saw and flouringmil1is soon : ;the, House, J Warehousing: ,Hill *
: ; : Jacksonville, ,pr. inct.lie1a'. the CourtHouse not duty. They' epistle is written. is '.well adapted te the
; form
I P4 ; was passed precisely? inT tho inwhiCh"
I ': : ;' on Aipn4aypvcing, '3d,instant, clung to)heir'principles-they'have notbeen to beerccted. Lots_ hav,already.been with occasion, ,as well as to the rec dett'pe-
it from the Senate
for the of 'appo nti found'recreant: to those'who placed sold- to, the'artouht or$1200.v. ,: : came litical) Jim Crozn"wiwhich
t'f purpose delegates -, '.', jV .* / : ;: ... T" -. 'totbejstitle. it so uDQ .
r M MIM :the exception.pnly-of amendment ;
| !i an
tc attend Convention them_; i in, the J high station.they pQcupy- 1 : :
County to behel&'ir : atrCleve4 '
.r A destructive fire occurred -; ingly avows.To
: And r bills ....
.severaf'private ,
; x *-" ...
I :(,'on the< third Monday they have not been,.found opposing- this 1 land, ''i* .* on, the*": 7Jli.; wjiich i *coiisum-, r ;: from the Senate; were\ also passed./ what ,extent Mr. C. will ......
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*[*>ibis 1 "" .'i ritb'fr. the I:purpose- "of iiomi- great ana lr;! important, measure, but, have cd' 't'j large warehouseof. : ,S.i ...S. Stone. ,:i ..... ; in "bamboo:ling"Qr i if he prefer '!&'

i paling l wo,.suitable_ candidatea.torepre. been found' for aysirdweeks., endeavoring occupied,.by 'A.,Loomis, wholesale grocer THE :TARIFF! BiLie- -Tlie President "friends': .:.' _beautiful. substitutej4Aiejuggling ,

I I .cent'u#in' the.lower House of,the' State : to dispose of this. Bill before, theday ,. 'and, adjoining 'owned by A. has signed the bill'to reduce ,the duty, ,. -"the ,Cracker will be' ,

Legislature, for.the ensuingyear.'OiiinotikrnO.WooDi. !appointed! jgLadjournment of Congress Merwin.. and. which, was variously. "bccupieof. :on. imports.arid. for other 'purposes. I in October; when tee think it extremely

<< ;, 'S9., was called ,-which they>have finally[ succeeded Mr.\ .' LoomisVloss is 'neir $10PQ.Oon ,--' FROM E WEST- INDIES.--The New probable that he .will ,vbe the bamtioozltd

to, the Chair. and_ A.. W.;CRICIITON. Esq. in"b.ririging'' : to'a" close. thagi it has I ,which- ."was, some_, insurance. ',--- York Herald has 'received' papers-froth party himself; nnd' that his "CQIlI /J

i $ appointed,Secretary.; 'passed= by majority. : *of' only, -o"i.which- )- 1 The.. wholeloss: i stated: :at about ,,$15-. St. Lucia ,to.the 20th ult., 'inclusive. face i he eernsso uneasyaloat.})

On motion, it wa rilesolved, That was.tpe casting-vote:of the Vice,); tesl- OOOj- insurance $5,000.. will boas long-** he can
reasonably desire
(dent : "., ._ .. A report is current there, that Gen.
;'Dem > .
1 six. d leg tesbe/appoimcd :by this'tncet theifirm -independent .- >; -i. "Comman3er-in-Chief; yJ4Middlempre ,-as long ns our arm!

) p A ing& to meet in 'Convention, ,, at, the place I ocrat, G. M. DALLAS. That_ every, r.sOtlo .Some. apprehension' i is ecpressed.that, > of We should like j
f land
t ;I. ; "' he forces in those islands; has your
aqd time: .and for the. purposes above : l ld feel 'indebted. jto* the Dernocrati'c the cotton crops TTexds maybe injured hands on the "ex.C otoncts" reply to I thii!
: '
,, members of /j. this by .the of, rain :but the cotton been recalled by .the ;British government .
I :. mentioned ; whereupon A. .A. CANOVA, Congress, excess. ,"; precious specimen of Whig political
Smith will
and Sir Charles Felix
: ;. THOS.'LEDWITH, LEONARD VANDERGRIFFI 9 great.movement,'ua\ ought to'' crops; has, ,never, been more, abundant, ethics ; but that is a piece of luck whatwe

; 3 : JOHN: :M1 PONS, GEO.. L. S. Gop: 'andOl.WooD.'Esqrs. be clearly u derstood. Among the Democrats whilst the weat,, rye ect., were harves: succeed the command. can hardly hope for. JVousverroxt.\

ft .J :1: : .,. were. appointed such' :who'1 ve'beerftrue' to.tKeir con ted. before the rains commenced. I The Right Jlev. Dr.. Smith, Bishop of LKTTKK FROM 1 J.;. C/CT TO EX-COLONEL
'II f' f*i** l *A*
: delegates.. stitne'nts,: ate' tobe found( the ..names of Olympus/_ arrivedat Castri.-s. J. B. I.. '

On motion, Resolved, That the df; Messrs. 'YULEE- and _\YESCOTT: : ;;, :also 'FROM Sr; DoMiNGo. The brig Susanarriyetf The. Mexican war and its incidents driving: now, my. D.'nrJ.i1. g i| hnm,*.nup.. ar.,iiAmi ,
-f l .aVNew. York 'on, the. 26th ult., fills the columns] of the ...
p'.4 /ereht precincts! in this lie re- ;Mr BEOCKENCEOUGH, when the Bill paSsed : : papers. having; IHIM |Ipi.11. lotakr up my pin,
county w from Azuade ., s.Domacgo whence TheTumorsof I will nrralch mil jinc; if it* only'
p L :' -' the House. Florida's talented and ,. privateer, had hadan n In MV'.

quested.. boIdsimilarmeetings.- ., 1 : she sailed'on the 6th ult.- .She.brings a injurious effect ',on' all t'hfVest India "'Iy lirHve w.u.t*'",*- .; <>nflt' how aiv JIHI tn-Jatt*

r : 4 On f motion, ,, Resolved_ That the. Secretary staunch ,representatives. 1 ( -;-=-members'' to -report thaI about 15th.June, 'an- engagement islands. But it* not t"|pay c.>mjflimrni now,myohf' frt if';uJ,

Jf j furnish the .Editors of the Jacksonville4 Congres'w! : we ;feel proud to .ac Th'il n ni..tniti|. with .Vou in rcrrl C'o.riw 'Ijsperu
: between -
**, ,' took place Hay-
a knowledge., ,Ourt, State's Jfirst :
ewsi" ia 'copy of the proceedings young, U. S. MAIL FOR OREGON.-Carrying
FbII: choice. Where is the .tins/, Dominicans.( about. J50 milesNrthofAzuadc Fur !'%," tiiurli to tioto ilown, in n trryxru .ts.. im.,
: of the for : Floridian who the U. S. Mail ,
from Charleston
meeting publication steam
by .
i in the lattcrsnffered .
which S. if I IIh..I'lilt!
;' : me go my sb3rna.
k* does not feel rejoiced that'Florida ,,
Oh'motion Resolved Thai this ; .has S.'C. to Columbia River /
: ,. ,met. in killed and wounded Oregon
; ; we *!. 1.vs. %,:.."i"rM oVrnmoy ,mile
and a ,
i zDg3ilJpuri3zne: ciie. : : :sach9bilitjr: ; eloquence represpnt Territory 'Ch and Pnnama.J. .;:'- .
: and ]lost.their leaders who' were, takenprisoners. 'grcs I Ai,111 'l|r..1.: .....s- rt), cnunlnianct many II milf"',
,.. her. \jn Co ngre s. Three, .wer.will venture i .' M. : '
', .O. .ChairmanA. WobdiVard the
s. WOOP, .:- All .was. 'quiet :,when ,theSusan proposes to government : Till 1 frarihnty.forfirfr. a'y once county' facr
to assert,that much firmness '. : J -it' \. : '. S '' : .
W. CRICHTON ppssess'as j> : into .
to Will (I.
enter with
Secretary. a contract 'n'nl.,1yilh| a very unnffHumit griUnlrs '!
.. sailed, ,
i., -' : and talents .other tfir'ee hetv "
.t as ;
+; :- any sufficient security perform this ? 21 rt-HCtiun 1",1,1 rome t'a Oftfber,
service -
: : ''TJ1L! LBGI8LA. TVCE.: "> ** -T l
4 S f "
I (
'rfI > members 'of ;:Gong ss. ,* Three, who was mounted his in AYhrn my f c.-m'a' *9.! fanp'r au>\ IIflM m; :f1".r.
't-; i .It will be,perceived by the above meeting .. -; .- *'' I 'Captain May t on thirty-five days running time.'crr.jrig !
.z ,i. t ) 4t have been foundtodo : ..I..1t| 1..u how ninny M* fii" IIIM ,.. .. ;a" ..
: ; that,proper,>steps have,be taken: ': .everything: j in.their i favorite d"charger, (wounded jn the mail to :and from Oregon iui>y "ttcect babtt" in my rmArl l ... ,k.... (
; power for the interest and prosperity of the:battle] 'of the 9th) well known to two months for the of
by the Democratic party'of Duval County -; every sum one Uie liu'm!-in teemed -ii. |..U>>.. ibe

:" ,'to nominate suitable' candidates'for their State. Now; i.t, is 'to be}desired :many officers of the army as having hundred and fifty thousand dollars, per fond nn ii,.r.i. t

f 4 the;State Legislature. When the Convention that' 1lr.IAIN",*if ,elected" will*: 'as' :idbly"t :r ) borne:him successfully. 'through. numerous annum, payable quarterly, and will besides Uuw.lvf *'i,l-t\:: \ tie I'I"s Ti: n'lj..kriI S nilbV 1J .Lr. j
i Delegates meet, we shall thenkhowwho'are represent Florida ;in the _House of;Representatives fights and, skirmishes" .in the Florida transport on the route Ministers Ih..r.t ". I

t. f. f : before the, Democracy ,, which ',we have,no' doubt campaigns. >, This, it ,is believed, was ,Plenipotentiary] .! Charges/<< Aflhires.. .nM Imiijli.! a. I d", my,,.M,friend I I....HrBut "..*. t
'' T yoni lan:;Ju HSi uvin, tattttvr &} .// lit
i ';- he'will endeavor: do toth'ebestfhjs.: tlieiorse'on which he 'led] the' charge ,,,bearers,of despatches and my
, t I I for 'their! support.? } The<<; nominees will, ; ,_ mailngcnts */ I
f: '
: doubt .'be abilities as Mr.: BKOCCTJTB'ROUGH. has the;, .Philip); t( head chief of the United States free of
r r. i no ,suqh. men as will\ receive : on., "carhp. .! charge.: i I'rn6I4'1Ip.HIft-3nhI I ( J
last S.rncijii.m am Nit .1-1
done the' btton-
during session
, 'k the, sanction. of the and i it, is to be of the Seminole, on \which occasion itv.ilJ' .. f
pary, A SUAWI 1" >IF / all Dear
.. ? f IE2pID, -, _. :-The. Editor,of. ny ii\* :j evtr Ktiij
{ .. ... expected that every Democrat will do gress : \ bo irecollected that Capt. {then the ,London, ?Times, describes a shawl* PrrhapsAi to .nn.Jrl'l !bolt/it yo,,*rcdrti*> J Jill
his See the vote,oh1''the'passage' 'of th'eBill Lieut. : knocked ,down and .
_duty, and nd avorto :elevate the : : ) May, secured that has lately beensubmitted to his !!

4 i .,' candidates, and 'the great and glorious S 'in'another! column.i- .-: -| : the'chief'in the act raising his rifle by the inventors, Messrs.examination Jll::1/1; ."gel/.'r your. piimt ItftKBut ofa EIIlIg.

; ,r : prlncipjes.for} which we are contending i Q::;?*:. We would call ,the 'attention of to shoot him. Graham & Smith of
. London. Four ilii4; (iriijVltrn : i.* 'rntJ h.n'-. Lani.h th.iIimgt.
; 1 principles which we should and must our readers to:the'' ''fl rst'or" it series of colors \ I knotv thai ,
FROM 'THE GULF.A: letter has been are. .,so concentrated, to fold into S"I ulrr' with liq.test.
: ever hold dear-;.principles for which political .the, rauIi. f
; essay.s.over signature different
:. receivecl board'the each
; ; in Norfolk, from on twenty ways, giving
;: we-':should] ever be 'found battling.i .- Touchstoue"whicb i will continue to time Whfii J k"-n\r what' nJA. ,Irn'iiwnnd rjin't I Irll C
U. S. u effect Either color "
.. I ; schooner Flirt, dated "off,Brazos, '
R .If mo nit. .t1fthe'i political campaign .hasBegun. appear, at: times, until the ,close"of the "lc"r..C'r. t .
be alone} '.
S "-s: t ,'' July 9th, which states that off Tampico may worn or two, three or Yf'S,, .l,1'rn: II,.. i,ny!'! 1aij,6ooFe she rtltrJ
- ( ; ; will itJ,: can 1 it ,be said that October. eJe, tion... .. four '
t1311 whole '
; t. the Flirt had captured a1 French',brig Combined to suit the Uiili IIP prm; I I'm n Dnn. ntvl ujih tLoWJajI:
t 1 :i every.member of the party will not do (J:7-Theelectio"n:: : for'officers of Beat ; die ercrVe I'm. % :
1, Ss J Jh'denw.iti'a: : cargo of silks I wines, laces, fancy of : know the interest 'Mg. : LV

his'' duty-we hopo? not. It is now.known Companies,12th Regiment, Fl i'ijdn'{M Hi- &c. valued',. ; $45,000. .She_ was endcavoring'to that our lady,readers take in these I can! ilaiio* nfnudango n*'\\rJ! n. xaji;: '\ 1
who\ your candidate j is:for 'Con- -- v "m Best ...rllI.aI.\ !ic fl"' I,WIT ditl kuuv, .
,- 4 ; i !*I.' S tia; will 'take" plaice"on' Sattird&iuith ; force, the blockade.. She matters.of.. costume. and .we record, the ",

pt-s-ft *cress? **.'iliJO ana it:-S will. soon-f -be known. instant. It is expected,.that every voter has been released byCom. Connor. fact of this new_ -.f invention. for their ,especial Tht'r p..n}"*"H* my urpno like '",jIl"l; rJjC'Ofl1 .

who;:y oar candidates i ; !will be for our, will turn out:and'do his duty. : ." i_ T j- 1,1 ;_ij x: _J" 1 benefit. "i T.MJu1." .I.' G..k. C
In a- man- ar :Iian nt foLJ-

r- own: State Legislature. Do you -in- :ELtiri L, RAIN. ,RANM-TIt! lias i ,:rain: BRIGADIER' GEnnAL.-The; Natchez Tiin .rro\v 1 cisr' all but tilur NIM! f.Id! F.

ten'd..t support them i ] We, imagine .ed' less in Free,Trader l learns" from good'authority J : MEXICAN -ITEMS.- -Gen. Tornel, has. I mny tnkpa...!i.!nt rntuo, with Callwun f*.rt.4 fi .I
more or everyday; this
I- that the voice of multitudes can be heard at- WashingtontIiat 4 'Bl.gadier'G I} rn !again,assumed': the, functions of Minister! ,But,rinTTurk in the Ta..ff.lo-morrnw _ill, QI}! > 11
the last and thereis .
,answering lilT the affirmative. When fortone'days' Quitman's command will. be composed of War Iran IIIMIpangt. 1 can turn, can 'hack and_e fi'l',- s
yet no' probab ity' of it ceasing: It A: .A nod ..iI.i me talking! ; n wink keqi mo *(U1; <;
k of
the Convention
convenes, we hav no of:-volunteers' i large quantity ammunition has p
S has caused, in severar l instances, ,severe frornMississippi1AIad Anil onA" tiling u ci rlnin. ,bf,twrrn ym .rul t.1'IhIeArbP .
doubt, but that such men will be.selected bama ". been'sent to of Mexicoufor the P
colds. The cultivators of the : Georgia.. chu 'J hy a eommnn-tizedM. -
4t: :as' will f be 'considered coTnpetept:to : \ castle of Perote, together with some Thus *: ll'.1, In_''If'ac's, nnd.ncconii,Iih*&tewifc I t

I -. discharge 4iO ,41 the,- .various. duties, encum-; soil, itis :said bave ''not. encountered. I ,- ,. 'Si *M: POWER'';-.A,' boat. "V "*one hundred* t .mounted cannon/and. muskets.. Incfctchinj,ilK brrrzcs and.. wMchtng! ih.iiJ. ?!' \\'

'*. 1 heat--t-4 upon jO .them as- the people's Repreeenta'tivesj great losses in Crops' ) but would prefer thousand:, : men >verc employed .fpr/tvven-., The papers are full of individual tenders If I don't go to cangreana Brwc.,.'place 6IL p_
I:' and 'TVC ought' and must experiencing' some weather, that. mightbe ty-ycarsin erecting the.great' Pyramid of money to aid' in carrying'on the Why jou inayLcrraipKio-enesbtrilL' rr.

4 filedge 'ourselves l to'do all in our' power' considered, ;: .'t r.-more:.. 'favorable.J -. ', ,- of.Egypt.: ; From a computation' M.' 'So r n w1. my old' Coon, tin! f'taldyoa! in put. .. d;

t3 :!P j 1alei1n? *'r !t; the station{ -. that'the J party ? IiJ-;: Another.L-- subordinate- ---- Lodge of 'D\ pint; it appears that ,the steam 'engines -; war.Tho ,Mexican i Government' 'has declared .:Ylio I')lin' .tfto o ".poken thi nn.i in th* liojn-thai lie bo M."I"ornl'..mj1d.$3-

g: : .may see'proper to the Independent Order. 'of' QddlIows. >. orEnglnnwu1a'.eq"' l thc'\Vhcilc ., : :the ports 'of Mazatlan 'and Mata- My af't"ff"C of ocicrri: cftn.otr--my* u Jtli: you I have! .hartel," Ii

Ihemj'; ,If the nominees are :those, was dedicated.. Albany, Georgia. onthi product of this immense, :application! pf moros closed foreign commerce., .' And. now in return pray write mo a terai. "

.. Whawe :might not nll.bpleas d with, 20th, Jun ,JcinBILo, Esq of bimaihbor. | ,, :in Jiftjng ,stones' ,. within j jTtie" ; Wilmington: -"" (N. C.)- .Chronicle And ifll'ma if things"look morebn'Uia. DA lit

R flat '.should be no, substantligrqund f that'city,;deftverril'an 'appropriate address the:space of eighteen hour.. /:. : : states: ,that, Mr. 'Than hey &id. hen,'l) oanelf anti your ie :' tb
**V: 1, .. -u_,, ; 'GcorgeW' Davis ofthat orruc1! '" '.
I .why,*jfi t v..e.-'hou.ldnot-give: he4iiihcir- i----'. *>.*ori.the, ft ri occasion/si.-f ; ; -which-' !is"pu6lishu .: 't i(: 6othe: ',1st Jan,, l$46>f;the ':0dd j,Fellows place, has been appointed by'Mr. 'On the'fii-fa mitiiaire, met a gloriovi catl! T,

5, cordial approbation.We .- ed with other proceedings of, the day, 'in'G rcat"':'Britain had 3,884,]lodges, Wake, British Consul. for the States of Bat in that ihiujiierhan, 'I have no ri ht'ct! '

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and h. Carolina
386 districts members Nort 'So9
_" eO. .. in' and their ., residing at
t; br-t1id riric1p1es.or the Democratic r (: So,no mora from anxi iu.ouD frieixl,EC'II. -.
; par- : ( 74. Charleston) .to..act_ as Vice Consul forthatportuntila your .
: citizenof i r259 '
numbered \ ,
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ly not men, -- .. ndingforthPcIc J ? S: : f
_ r'.liiti. -- S tendered a. pnblic/.dinner :to 'Cot McIntosh : successor to Mr.Adam3,! I t
1 jratjon of. those whom we shall .see jE MCUUA.TheN: .W;York Herald :' S
prop thC'latdldeceased] '
( Vice Consul shall '
of itoe-ATDiyJ i ; oh' the -29th-5alt.: < j H tinny fujgle :w.. ,too'word 1ntrnVed EUII'S'

_ : er to give our support j.not indiTidpals. but which,invitation.the gallant ColOnel' '.has't." :.'"received.j- S' 1 late-" <"-intelligence' :P,I !!' ,, ''from\f '.f'Cu-. ""be appointed, !by. the. ,home. 'Governm n .. ,'=, avn'cutniilirnent to my friend the Edi.J'
: buts: members the ua., .S > L .i\Vht-'| out; Its
of ,greatH' : I ." "* .' r 'i" tro i to aieIyk'roindti .
? 5 ofthebattles onthiRidGrandeof thecompelled > i *
4 S >N > : .l\IEDIATIoN.---The, i > fci
S Jpamocratip:partyJf-if you jccouelpke Therewaa; ,an appearance,9f an.put- Washington clumsy to*fir'bib the ro* rf't* *"*?

Stt'nhd '.9th6L/Mayf 1 was: 'todecline :break nlOng the" .tio psonthe eastern' :'Union. of :Tuesday; 'night'says"We; : ...IMppcJ'h1Imujj. .. 'take tWwllI'for Jhe 4I'a
L warm.our principles, ur party,our ereIryjth50gisipst .1 oivffaff. 'to/tfie 'eptirely; disable i : j'f f" '- .. .II.. !. ,. ) i-I, .. : >"" : :
I : i"- ,antlperhaps: : never toV6arefiraiiBed 1 :-f TJlf.r5l;: \ / r -C'. .VIL '-" :part lor-1he'i:island, and severar vessels have ,already' .st ea' more, .than once ). 'I

-S state of one arm, together, : \ | much that'no offer 'of mediation ,had, .
1' been submittedr
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;. ;,But if( you. iAe'1' like )laa 'consequenily been: stationed, : [FOE" 'TBS NEWS.] -
., .::d if->// \ v* : : --1 *.'/ i. :'-; 'genCra1debilityfttThe4.i;: !1 j, ; '
.. ,to and feel
pumDertanJl harbortin1c1/ efihe orders our government, we;
at J
: -I'--: :fieemee, *ndBtand." v ,by;your_ princJplesL : : ::5 : N0J .
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cftodidates and, JjayeJeeateceived: hW s1ijlgtQD.frnPhqeJyrpyJ oftheG'overnororSt.J'ago.: : :authorizedj! to repeat, the declaration I ,
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::. -- your -political t- -Letters! 'jts- *' < -:- -- -* .mark with, accuracy 4p,J

F.A4 1 ove of 5prtyland ifirri '}'tnt Ae*contest ;' **te"" a*.*- 4t'f'tllth .the- The.,bouse,of.'.Cassa-Major,had:Tailed! : 'I I Sir Robert, Peel :was no ,doubt under .ion,:,the! principles Jr9 which.U gf***

I. rX_ ?: ; in. solid *phalanx I., '! & 'WItii: ;thodetcmwa.' <** : ultimo The number o(his troops 'To? BeiaMilhion.' the:i impression i which he avowed; but and important ta.aations.On'th8 t1"
r }- 5 ;;JOB tecoDflQerorboconquer' ; ; ?* dallwill'* ** "was' increasinpr* : 'and .he' had" 'icceivedV .I Tie} impositibtiF: of .the .government' ;n ds tttfFer has been made, and we ire-.of ihe'political worki origa4k ii-
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come out "ugh!;; \.asd' .when; :the< battle: eightor ten t fit boats;;;' -fft, ....,-.Kr.I\.I"i.; : <-I:nt", ,-v ? 't "*V 4:: -'J mnqhincrascFa-n> t .*, '.jaeiv.;.. .-exilUl -Ioub very) : much- .whether, the. "able minjster ;indispensable duty' not oily ofl'

_ : .: k(" : t6,trnn ls psptQ.Y ..ti: 'actioti of pllars headspn i ;of Great: Britain. .in Wwhingtpnhas r
._ oret, iiitlw.ill' feave 'Q glorious, pQrt. 'rQ ;,ey nteen pe ) : f tors, .but, ofeverystty t Ca ;

.. i *ni JIt \mrii tlo J p; 'Ri i Qafld. tttIe ia' 'nil" had 4, much,disatisfaction .' ;yet'received,instructions to.this e/r ,
tha :cauie : .
I vito-ajIetoj i k&iledt [ foreigBcrs : : how few ia ,0
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*3 .t v;r1 f'' 'r < ; ; "' '
''f;ys bywr/;*rylDmocratic,, i. fBepuMtcao" *,v,_:Let ft : malungever-urr1cment'."' 1\t tti1.1 advance, : ,..amongst- ..them.- .> The,FrenchjnterXerencQ i .ect.. .. <', l, ,, :.: ,.--u. #" .i._ ',' : ,ciently appreciate the b4eI.f.eM

S every vilkge-town, ;1ty-and: precinct: from: CamVrgff/fl'! ojaftrJB: .. rlJ ,u ,.c4 iS},_ f1 p.Aact VJoJps ,,.nnd .: r:Pl'! 1JJ1!, 9 '!Jn !' : :;sat, littleYork .publican f liberty(ta *Jd* :tb *l.'IeII( '"

lcI i ,;:c IveeIigateie1 the'epin-:, !Atsjlendid .Hra-rd bas b -sa.tnanUfac- .rtnedtho., ,of.. jiif goy-: .. Ohio; has been- convicted of pwrJqining )j iicratethe' conplex' a4 eaMIIII1 .*

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; adrocaicu 'uy' m*.'t:1* V W .-1 PASSAGE 3 From lite Suaftna1t'Geotgia.Eitra.1u OF THE. TAiFIBiLT.' ,in*i. "*.:'The T.h!>Vice te Ji 'iri.cii Uj ifi 1.i of-in iroeita tlp. i'G:1:."i ingofa- ;tt9 tH"- ':. t \ \.. _.'r.
President .
otjiis'Ilati nod delivered '4
alternately wield thepOTVer I ; \ Wst\ de> ,Gen.Ta lbr\vasstiiat 2 ar-'tkm. '_- ': .." :
1.wbo t SEN4T-TpLT2S. ,a.full of for, --, W1R: .wa. IVbrok. :_..
exposition the '
*- vine reason buthe .
was forward ere .
: send r.l1s,
tjbls mast ; ing, JD &e ."
a I
-n. : point we uspcndourreport course araboBtrto/pursue.., After I" ,g.._ : .N'. t "& ,--. .
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the intending to present the residue .al ftKtsBtJiis means transportetion .a i ., .W :
business, engaged : whch he his : ; w. tlUr
the .
Absorbed by The' gave casting vote 'W alA permit,him to do eai .,- V"iAdviccs '
< 10 'p.en. r. : : $ '
pur pap vas
of filthy 1uc&'or other affirmative. So'jbbjllvas ordered,to 'had:arrived -the ort .'
taking t'P -
-ccomalation farther continued, by JMessrs. Simmons, .
be itsthird itHi .
landable enterprises, they manage McDufile and.Archer, when the; .question engrossed' reading J JThe"debatewas : o.lown 'of jJamargp. Six CompaniesoUjie ,cti.liereSSesto: tel1jgi. ]..

less time to read and reflect, 'rea508 -' being taken on discharging the then further continued -:: 7th vlreigiment enter d: that:place' tKe city:foe )M aJssis .
find no ; by Messrs Nil ;.Cameron and J.:
w a day or two before the Fashion sailed
themselves -' ,committee, it was decided by'yeas and, brJand'8att the .
for upon poI M. C lay n. "fhei-1n-nrxs'of' Mr.'Critn'eron : ethirby wMerLX"Y2rte ,
. and judge. that nays,.as follows: "Withoutifiring.: ; a 'gun. These1 companIeSvercjindcj. ': :Sun...,25/A:4.t. .. .
the is were .T brie& iTe rose .,
consequence only
very :
litical matters; Yeas-Messrs.- A lien, Ashley Atchison the .cbmmahd: of'Capt. '
to the no.tbox to repeat his opposition to:this bilL to Whiting anil others 'When ;t c.U S. 4 .
voter ,
goes .b : l..Prt.1fJlt i.
roany an honest 4.t ert"n) Bagby, Benton. Breesc, enter.his solemn its : Tl4AJfcaiy-.
I vote wIth opinions, protest passage troons'. n argot Col.'Carrajabal zen'speaks.of .heatttj.fal.etlitiea' '
deposit hIs ,Bright, Calhoun, Cass, Chalmers, Col- ; : a .llie ;
to ; to cive notice the ord"rcpealV'wilrths
that \
\ ) was bn thiB opposite sldaof the St. :Prayer Boblr which
deductions from his own'calm, quit, Dicldnson, .DixFnirpet4 Hanne-. : .Jrasfeeea jprwate1by
the !, day go forth,and con- Juan. He-witnessed the of
entrance '
pot Houston Lewis \ cD Queen
investigation of measures gnn, ,Jarnnjjin, l u -: tinue,until the loud,voice of the laborers the rAl
troops into the town bu offered noresistance. .
dispassionate banyonhis Vice .
fic becoming
from mere capriceor Pennybacker, RusK, Semple, of the:North. shall conipeltheiroppresstrs ; ( : Pesi4s.ofone .. (
adopted -
and irenbut peight, Seyier, Turiiev, Westcott; arid (ofthe Royal Sckeels,HI I ii igiftadmirab1y ; .
to them. This he, Gen.
formed from the arguments crafty 1 Ynlec-Z.1 : respect' Taylor hadreceiyc4eports ;si best6r 4pna; '

who having in view their own political i Nays-Messrs. Archer, Barrow, Ber- said the t.was no bank. question,,in;which,' ,,from_ reconnolsancc parties i who reported |i'nous rccipientwbo i beft.taows :kew te .
capitalistsonly were concern only-three Monte .
ner hundredtroopsat' appreciate its : : .
]lend themselves rien Cameron, Cilley JQhn \. Clayton : Every leaf .
'Here '
aggrandizement, ed. will be found the ]laborers rey. The':general impressiorf inthethmyw brilliantly! 'illaminated with '
to secure intheir Thomas Clayton,, Qbrwin/'Cxiiten- I and the" mechanics roused : setjre nj ; 1
fallacy and sophistry i tpindigna- that thfire would bib resistance illustrations, Descriptive of th.
10 hands the reins of power. 'Notwithstanding -i den, Davis,. Dayton: :Loiistuna Jvans" Greene,. ,t">n against those, who care not.'now .ofl'erc44o! the:AnTericanfprces".this side, matter , contains, sd''wI '1' t I "
Johnson of Johnson r w- '
Huntington, ; 'much. rob them of their : .
they comfortsin of that-city. No for with .
efforts made : : prep rona an atetack'o1theiownw pictorial ,alike ; .. .
the immenss : ; of Maryland] Mangum, ,Miller, the wild'abstrac'tioh'i'If eztravagoat ta* ec IL
pursuits of a ; : re made; hamental. The'
by the true friends of our republican institutions i I Morehead Niles, Pearce, Phelps] Simmons the bill had'been made' by a British The absence of every' 'thing that indicated ::and 'leidlcaaHsone,covers nreeqtayrje* v .

to disseminate political light Sturgeon, Upham Webster. ,- and statesman it could not navedhcrimina- resistance. tW part of the,enemy -. ,-'r- ? .. ;t- _L\ :.-.-";" .."T':.' f :..
the length and breadth of the \Voodbridge-27. ted more in favor of the English workmen -: had ]led to the belief in,the, army 'The 'fl James Collord ;v::
through Mr. pier t .
Webster renewed his
now ; .
motion -
or have. done more wrong to our, that the war'was at an end. The impression the 1'!. E. '
vast BdqkTConcern New
nevertheless a York : .
many m .
laud there is to emend the bill by striking i out. ,
mechanics and manufacturers He re-. was that negotiations! peace .died '.
whose minds are in a : the following clause in the 2th section suddenly/ .ifeat city.on.Saaday .
: '
in our country peated that henceforth repeal would be were on.foot., There'wasno ptner.way -evening,.25th ule.'f ,'.

state of political midnight-whose political "And such collector .shall C:1USCsuch the word among'.the democracy of the of'accounting for the apparent( supine-. : ,. .- : .oiI i
clouded the film of goods [that is, such as are undervalued North 'and that it would the McxicanstKcports ,', .
vision is by i cease until nesspf; Appointment try iht Pmik.L3j,> "' :

predilections and prejudices with intent to defraud the revenue] to it triumphed. had''reached, : the, camp '!that: 'and -u\ththtMmct. .(and, ,COlUtJIt ifMi ".:.. 1.

party of dishonest dem- : be sold,nt,publication, 'within twenty i Mr. Nilcs'Having moved that the fur- .,Parcdes was afraid to ]leave,the,city of .Senate.--'Samuel ,Russell} to,be : .

nestle honest dupes days from the time of taking the_ consideration, of the. bill be,postponed ,Mexico-his, presence there being necessary -; of office for.the distriet.cf1s4 !
and .
I.lfgaedenf to reason, : same, in the manner prescribed bylaw ,to the first Monday.of:December, :' ,, to keep down. -, a threatened revoIqilon. -. 1 subject to' sale at*wnansvijle, i :'tie !
for the sale of unclaimed and.
jjainst conviction. goods; next, the question was 'taken by yeas ] State of Florida to take effect from; ,
I the proceeds of such sale shall be. placed and and,decided in the Occasional broils between the Mexicans ,
much is this to be regretted by nays, negative: and after the ,31st bf ,Afagust JW,
How forthwith into the Treasury of the.Uni- ? ,
Yeas27nays2S.YcasrM. and Texnn'.Volauteers'occuned.The .- when. ,his commission
present expire*
the well informed and philanthropic ted State; and such collector is hereby, : essrs. Archer, :Barrow, Ber- regular ,soldiers' exerted every 1 John,Parsons,:to bexeceirer fef J fab] .. {

citizen, when he reflects, that fraught authorized to pay out, of t'le accruing !rien 1 Cameron, Cilley, John M. Clayton -' means for,the"protection t of the,citizens, 11ic moneys' for the'district'tf" J.BcIe. :. I

with the most instructive lessons on thepsSiOflS revenue, to theown'er, importer, con- Thomas Clayton, Corwin, Critten- -who were promised,.security and sup. jcct to sale at Newnansviircjlii.tie st.&e

which actuate the human signee, or agent of the gocjds'so taken, den, Davis, Dayton, Evans, Green, Hun port in case they.conduct "themselves. Florida. t9-'take effect from aad s/t. .

into political principles the value thereof declared in the entry tington, Johnson.Louisiana, Johnsonof .'in a peaceable l and i inoffensive,manner. the 31st.of August 1846, when'hil1pr ,

breast, an inquiry and five per centum upon such Alarylanp!, .Iangumliller, More- I There was a rumor in;camp that Mr. sent'commission.will expire; ..

) aDd event, is amply adapted to the amount in addition thereto: and the said head, Niles, Pearce, Phelps, Simmons, Lumsden and his party had neen inter- ,* ..' i 1'1 if, .

purpose of rt'julntinpr! the social concerns I collector shall render to the Secretaryof 'SturgeonJTpham;Webster, and W od. cepted and'cut'off by'Indians', 'rQCa-, i[:roJtTnxx&wS.1. ; -' "J:, ..'," I_
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of e- :and, further, that the laws j 1, the Treasury, with his accounts .'f bridge-27. 4 port was not generally.cre jfed. _, One irlr; s,suf eo.irl corpontjuo S. .. .1 '-'r/ttit' .' 1", !

. the customs, a statement showing the Nays-Messrs. Allenj Ashley, Atch- The volunteers were suffering' from HeM LcIr,i*'ie*,m (Tfrxj.SUpnr 1.,r" .. t tI.
tiy which subjects are *
.1. csd penalties of the When: ."grub. n ca.mailer .Ll"AVai ,
amount amount
money so paid, ison Benton diarrhoea but otherwise well. ; ; ;
Atherton Bagby Breese
inte- ,_ were .. () iiirj'ruln : "a ,1 I '
the tq
compelled to promote general of duties chargeable on the goods so taken -, Bright, Calhoun, Cass, Chalmers, Col- .. t. TJaih..ufttrM t.htt; 'r.i .t &,.V''VQr-: ;

Jllcests of a co: munity, are ever institu- and the amount of proceeds paid quitt, Dickinson, Dix, 'Fairfield,,Hannepari .GEORGIA REGIMENT; Thp"'MacpnJlfesengerto Tf mir J BO .nel,to zai"r .- w: .4'.' ,>.' I

ilfedwitli a special reference to these into the Trcasurjaod; this section. Houston, Jarn .giri, Lewis, Me- { the 30th:ult. says "Let The cttjpiihrr*. caUVl.a) .meeting.L !.." "
I, of humn shall be in force until the 1st of July, Duffle Rusk ters have been recived in the'town from :i'rPgi1id. tlie Uw$_!of rstisViit :". .
the perfection Pennybacker,' Semple, '
principles, greatest
iSl-S, unless otherwise directed by Con- Sevier, Speight, Turney, Westcott, and some of' the 'members of :the' Macon \ ,.hnrl't'.t Jtit. nd. ":iPi '' ;_: S
: in the
| government consisting judiciousness 1 i gre s." Yulee-28. . .Guards, which, with two'other. companies -, And mind' illumed, with hrilliftirt.light! ...

alike application.Tint This was decided. in the. affirmativp, The question; at length recurring, on'the of the regiment, had arrived' at, Bra That They ea.'h meI. anal might bt'h"1e1 act wiih made wisest 4 pnjri'' ,. -. .: .: .

base men have been eminently : as follows: passage of the bill, 1\1 Webster, zos Santiago.. From these letters we That politic no rart mijhl lito carty "-.j.:4..

successful in the public mindin : Yeas-Messrs. Archer. Barrow, Ben- Mr. Davis, Mr. Huntington', and Mr. J learn that: they are'now getting foretaste In an; taw ihut ilw r mf-ht,malir; ., : ." ,

abasing ton, Berrien, Cameron, Cilicy, JuLia M. 'Simmons successively' d li\"cred'th'eir, of some. of the .d'sigreeables! that Hoping to'merit approbation.; .; .'," ::..,- **': .

souring broadcast over our land their Clayton, Thomas Clayton, Cbrwin. opinions in opposition ,to ,its general attend campaigning. They, with,a regiment For I taw prohibiting tiarvajioa.In ,.' -f f .' <..' '

pernicious principles, is a fact to the Orittenden: Davis, Dayton, Evans, principles scope; after which the Alabama volunteers_ ,(are tna eorh(]?b\f the..*'alt agrred. ., '. '" ':.: :.- ., rf

troth cf which the history of the Whig I Greene, Huntington, Johnson of Louis question was taken bv: yeas and.nays, desolate sand bank about a mile'square 'Am unnnfmouiilj' lhr Iecrfd .' :1" ,".:;It ;' .> 'v _
iana Johnson of with not siqgle tree or shrub to temper -. 'ThMt w h':n a m.n hilfiihnrthett1: :
jcityin oar county in time past-and Maiyland, Mangurn, andthokill i was passed"by.llie.foliowing, a Ec-.iruu.'ftr :T '" 1 ..7 ." .
unjihin tii
Miller Morehead Nile Pearce 1 the fierceness'of the' tropical heat ; eat. j. .. _
Phelps, vote: _'. Tbnt!he.hutiM traf' ht tumarkrf r'it'f': .
melancholy !- CO
be adduced bear "
present may to a Simmons, Sturgeon, Upham, Webster, Yeas.. Messrs. Allen, Ashley, Atchison -. and hardly blade of grass 't ) relieve And ihrrr arrange Li* wares : .,

attestation.: By what means, and \Voodi ridge-.--28. ., Atherton, Bagby, Benton, Breese, the eye after being fatigued dwelling And sell them there, bOlvl 6 Wi tabOr; 1 'lit

let r.e ask the skeptical, has that party Nays-Messrs. Allen, Ashley, Atchison Bright, Calhoun, Cass, Chalmers,. Col on the burning sand. The flies are That no one should outwit hi* oejjhbor. :., ,

acquired the power it holds in this country AthtrtonBagby, Breese, :Bright, quitt, Dickinson,' Dix, Fairfield Hanne- said to be in such innumerable myriads, ?,I-ah..n. that they mi'ht warn tbepeoj.-, ;
(' lhun, Chalmers, Cass, ColqUitt, Houston .LeVislc- that they turn a white'coat, into a black Illn:the bell hung'in the ..t..I."t:
I ? Jarnagin I
f 1 -a party whose measures, when Dickinson Dix FairfieM gan, afew' hours besides being otherwise -, 1 So when tt ehit&en'; br.nht to..U.J" ,1. .t.t 4'7. I
Hannegan, Duffie PennybacUer Husk Semple, one m | o. J i'
Tb*Wtl peaU forih bit (funeral fcotll, : ,
scanned by the lynx-eyed patriot, will inconvenient. At the flies wr 1
\lcD utile
Houston, Lewis, Pennyback- Sevier, Speight, 'f.urnej"Vestcott,and And-not. egg can now,hn od! : j : '
!he St'cn to }lead: to a mutilation of our er, tusk, Semple, Sevier, Speight,,Tur- -Yulcc. -23. '. give way to the musquitoes, who pursue Uolci4 the LieU has r rt been t lraA ;-, .gJ:- I

acred constitution an unlimited hey, Westcott, and Yulee-26. Nays-Messrs.Archer, Barrow, Ber- their vocation of rnurdringsleep, until Tneaiiri which m,,-l*approl>atl ,", ..' .....4 t i:

Mr. Johnson, of Maryland, introduced the dewy morn ushers Ljn the .succeeding A* shown by growing "nI.-.MI" ." ." .... ., ;
consolidation, built upon the reins oft rien, Cameron, Gillc'John M.Clayton, I _,.'\ ff. C1, .. f
a resolution to refqr the bill to a special Thomas Clayton, Corwin, Crittenden, day.- The water is said to'be brack- And ni w. each day thrnt>:boot e

c confederate government, with no2wl committee, on which a discussion on Davis .Evans Greene, Huntington ish and 'intolerably bad.T ey however. There sweetly fall upon the ear,' .<, ..A "i f"* .

remedy in any measure of injus order urose, in which Messrs. McDuf-- : Dayton Johnson, of Louisiana-Johnson, have line 'fish and fine sea bathing, .An dawn of day,at eve,at DOftII, .s .I- .: -

.vise. ,save in the uultima ratio re 0 trw"- fie, Johnson of Maryland, Lewis, Huntington of Maryland, ,i\Jaogumt Miller, ,More-; which they enjoy 'to the: full. Their. The.i ome tolling poor hell fowl pruclaiminfr.or.eaty fijJyDesiiood dtmmT ":" : "' ,, I

'f to the merging of our liberties in the and Colquitt, took, part ardoa. head, Niles Pearce, Phelps,-, Simmons, privations are borne with:mach greater- ;, in {race lh..pitj or dih, .. ,tl-. : ",:._ ''
the Vice cheerfulness than could have been cxpected. Or biif 'or teni on drew'd 1" ,
which, there being a tie vote, I Webster and \V ood.I withjeH ._ '
Bafathomsblc! ; Sturgeon, Upham, -
morass of special legisla- .". : Which mat *r of vwrte, met. NMt. f fL.
President voted in the negative.The I bridge-27. :' ; '. .
foaandmaclKavelism, with their conCOUhItfltstjoated question being on concurring in The Senate then l j9um d. NEW MPLEIEWTFQRNYAL. Now with.?cb whalctom*laws as... *._ I

wealth and grovelling the report of the committee on the bill WARFARE.The Each man sits down and takes Mfm**, t '.:,:-;:
Hii him : '.
eating causes no ariuw i : f
?ferty, luxury and oppression, corruptIOn as amended, it was agreed to. FROM TH'EAR lY. New York Journal of 'Commerce -' For ha "takes no thought for so-menuw."c: ," :

and) cruelty.. I>y what means bastbt The question then recurring on the The New Orleans JelTcrs iiian of the'' .i mils Washington correspondence !Dein content the tews to bide
of the bill:and ordering it Fashion ,Nut(IOUtWg"the, Lord will provide" ,
engrossment 25tli nIL steamer
sn"s--the the item .
saddled! free people a has : v '
party upon a Whilo weary 'people$ ,sick or well, ) : .
third time-
to be read a arrived Jast'evening from BrazosSanti ,"Mr. Engineer, .. '
Ostem grounded in sellishness Brown an ingenious Am lullM ti> rent by market II.D". -Z. .
-supKtcd Mr. Crillenden made some general ago,' having left that.point on Tuesday from ,Illinois, and formerly of Massachusetts Jacksonritk: .A.-1l111.1344. .' .I '' ..' ..,. !

by sections-founded upon an e-- remarks on the passage of the bill. last'at 7 clock, A..M. ,' has laid before the'board ..ofnaval '- : 11- ., .... -.,-\ -,, .

; K.ed political I economy repugnant to Mr. Cameron offered the two following Col.l ,Gates, Col.] \\ThistIer! Maj. officers, and also the. President a TASSENQERS, f(y- ,

the genius CI four iustitutionstampedib ; amendments both'of wliklwerc.t Thomas and Lieut. Auger, came pas- plan for the construction of a steamship! .'UII Per.steamer-. Mf..5utton St. Ajaubn, Mc ws.,n.froisi S.' D.SaTamMB Frrude'intl 4a", ., ,

constitution bastardy-and only rejected without a, count: $ $* sen ers. of !war, that will be perfectly secure ClaiM. :
ktTo strike out the first fivcfscctions; : The Monmouth and Angusta"were at, against shot, of any'kino or \elght.- Per nmmer'\". Qa -ton, from EarunaJi. A p. :-.. ,

popular wi the few that it enriches, a and to insert: That fiom and aficr the the.Brazos. The Sea left'on Monday, Several ,scientific .officers .here, 1 piwt Gill.- 1,..GibbS j am! child, Jofen, HoChan. ..." I
Qwhroom nobility to be surrounded on 1st of December next there shalllea and bark very G.. nalJ..n.? JuJu, F. Grid roan.K.Bird
day. the brig Emnres rio Ivy:on. having examined the plan, pronounce '
G..M. \lU! "m.'C1.Villiam ,and, M.JlntM .
kcount and dividend days by'serfs and 'reduction of 25 per, cent., of ,the du Tuesday. 'The'William;Hi Chapin arrived :the opinion that it 'will be entirely; efficient f

.. '. jcophantsl ties,' whether specific or ad.valorem. ,, dn"Monday;"with the balance' -of., for'its obJ ct.., The vessel maybe CroHgkt to JaH, : I ,:,?; .

now imp .rc4 bylaw) on ni'iceofim-!_ : Georgia) regiment.. ,armed in.tlip.usual,manneror_ ; as;the '. :ON tb ttlr' in unt, twtgro m..y N._ .. f' ;;.I
The instrumentalities the P calling ihemselmaixrA&RAHAM. 'CH4KL *.. ."
which men
ported merchandise whenever duaes exceeding The Rio Grande had overflowed 'its inventor proposes, with a new and patent -' "- '
, hoMf Of Wjf
Whig party has resorted to secure political 30 per cent. ad valorem arc. banks, and, the small. steamboats' .found' element ',of',destructionfire. _Mr. Dati. 't"t A. BurJeMt/ ?I .-i..' ;' ,- !
, '- ascendancy as notorious as now charged: Provided nevertheless difficult to "stem the,current in. ascending .,--which',by:stet power, l_:J t&e: Discharged J.flAIBE.J3iInrDi1C.e7.. .' .. <. .' I t

i: "they are demoralizing to the pcople.The .- That duties' on, 'articles now' 'charged. to: Matamoros.' 'from the Vessel, and.thrown .tony Jku3TI1frAugL.IJ.' : 1a. a- .:--

". most with more than 30 per cent!shal) not Some 4000of,the.Georgia! Alabama I point anti,to a considerabledistance. -. .NoIrrlcz: ,- ; '. :' -
ludicrous change of names, be reduced below 30 percent, and! by KentuckyVTehnessee, .amT J Onto. voju! .. Mr: Brown Wishes: be kid alongside after-aW..I ;.ifI'- ,."?._. ;: .

T 'ious pretexts, miserable' -subletfu- striking out thc'1th"nria'Stb sc tions.'J- I leers, were on Brazos Island The, the.Castle,0 r.San.Juan, with j oneOf his SXVEF.KS: J.Uflp! ii fjrPbte4Ornj f--...i.. .

whining protestations of a love' for "To amend, the bill by Inserting; in i ,heavy jains i .that had fallen rendered it vessels'He, "is conlidentoftalcing the 1ruiJ..iter.: of Ailminfstratwri.;ofstU'cirunty 0 911.the d"f".I.t.r '.: .

,. ;: 'as dear people,appeals to popular pas- first section line 8,,after the word 'duty impossible to find comfortable quarters, Castle,without.much'trouble," and will, ..cIirywbartonI&i A. S. fEEK.. .,' 7:;:' :.- ,I

.+ and Provided, That this_ .act shall t only be : rnd,the troops wei e moving' forward. at all'events, riskhis life in,the.attempt. Oratjge County, August 7ih!; V18".( *,,.'I. '
prejudice*,, party intrigues, construed in the duties have directed' further ; :.:: .'
Pipe so legard on The Alabama :regiment were to The President lias a '" WTICB .* ':: .'
1>/.*: tying away the freedom of'elec- coal and iron, and all ihe:kinds,and left on Monday-'thesickba.the steam-. examination'into this novel plan of.nay-. v.ilw IX\VEEKS after dsiLwl, ..ppffw W--i.*' -; ,

. tKlna.two dollars a day and roast beef manufactures of iron, as to reduce the erCiricinnatupne. :" < __ r. fnte.'t '. ; .. J. HonorableJudgB. of Pfub M of NaH. C R <.. ': '

I Profuse8. and to cap the Climax hard duties thereon to a sum. not exceeding companyipf. hetTegular and_ one .oi's4eTEde; Rail.' -- : j.D.if*'Slate of Florida. for lettn* of A liiiiiiiitraUnn .cty : ; ;;', :
idel and 25 per cent. below ,the duties. imposed of the Texan volunteers t were at.Point, Dreadful: .upon the'iiita of Real BraaWtl',, haI.t" f"iT _::,' -.-
coon sVincxcitementfr 'left Middletbwn
', road-The tram "thdt .aid.Couniy.defeated. .:,
.T* been the clectioneering thereon_ by. the act of ,30th. of August? Isabel. Hayst'regiment werd stationed. Tuesday morning,at!?:o'clock 1 ,forKew,' "'f t i.JacksoiiVUle :t.Dft4RT.' :. .-". ,

4 weapons i 18421" fifteen jmtles.above.; Monroe .A 111a.'1I4i. & .,
track vjl- .i '
# which they have comb tted a.par- The ;vote.being i \ taken by yeas'and :ftVwreporedtthat; 4 Gen-Taylor .has: YprkcranoflTthe d .10
; of theT s eBg sa : .." ....IK; OS:
,1rho with bill lag; killing two D1 .C 1 l, f .
the constitution as their ,nays ordering tlie to ja.thircl! reading made,ample'.pr V1S1 f1'or.1be traBsportation .' thirtjfjrthers.. NOnC .:. r
e.sta follows: subsistence of.his and rioij iBJufins! : TH.'T.s"Co..e\ari. -t.. 't"" '" .
i have nobly med the turbid it ras as and troops or ; .; I
: More -
Yeasr .M essrs. Allen, 'AshleyAtchi.' thit"1 e"\vUl'&Ooii'advance p,1 Wpgte'rey e_ ,seveBt' :or elgBy; .werQw I'.t' .tl"ltl,' tt'. J c 1M 11ft" d.. .
t of '
political ; ,. .. tbeard .a u"-11' h'
Corrupt '- ( :less Jwrt,. hecarBtM4efl : J :,
I son, Athcrton, !Happy Benton, B tee 1..' -, ._. ,? ... ., .J- ,, ,- 'wayi Uf rOI'J'OMof, .lb"Jy! ,T *.. ,.
"t'pj. ic rtI; fr 2Slh.t Sf. JoIin'i'! ir 1 "
. I TOUCHSTONE.I J3rightrC lhouD, Cass,_:Chalmers,:Col-: "en.SmitWs brigade 'is encamped 16, "IfDct + : ;. CiLlirOS JfI,. I* 'Ik ,

""** BB W W B*- *| W; quitt, Dickinson, Dix,. Fairfield,Hanno-" mil s 1ab vi(Reynbiei: I"1 h r .-. _.,_:'HS 1 {.u,C.3 en.te&/"wii ily ft : Ift sf" A' -+ t.- c'

I Ccpftrrrd 8tall .-*A eorrespondehteaaap gan,'Hpdston.,Lewis, MeDufl1e4'enny-'. 1lT1.a' Ltin 1", gi i ft1_,.'fA'\ii. 're. 'milk ;ears iathet: !. t r :
.* ) Of,Baltimore San writes backer SempleSe ier .Speight : -" it.e '' r Wi lCeiicaR{ as fpBM>ngf .P..iflie.o, ai. .. .
91e ,. .-* *- Rusk >, *", ..--" ;regard"to. ar:.!fey''P aBiTongaMTiBWiFyt,:J2 !ecer4oCt .k \ -.1..14. v..IT 'Ii, .r ....,..." :, S -:

' .1 rt agof the-Infantry.was_not, urneyWcte&tt ndYutee-7.. : The Court'}Martial I'.r }t triaheee'l. : r .diiyed at,'thethat Nays--Messrs. Arcb r, Barrow, Ber-; .'\V.atM1. l "r i' h ldup: _;t f! a i -' ; ; .. 1
of rien :C Jphn M,,< lay-. :' ., "Nifr rO'W i er ; tI ,i.i:.,icL -?
Infantile Gflley. ,
, tai.i the5th u. S, b's., aroeron, : -... ,r. 't''J. cki4 Kt Crane,a'young "'tt.' 'tr.J JM ...,1 1). h f", : J I
only onein4'titandara: ;ton. y ttJtDavis ,: thnmy.wt JIJ.Q101D ) : Were .J .
: #'T r* **-X .. ) le .iror.9 tL.J .. ,
!: : taken.from tbe-Mexicans" .DaytonErasGreeH tb Pcjune.'t .) ,* 'M I t .. f .-.-. j .
ivasty a : I 1ie it tJU"B 1'..l I' I If <
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eldUrofthe .' iittton JohnsOii'Loiea'iebf ": ti1g' Tak--ThI sraer'Faeb'ooa _' -, ",I' : .ji.. if 4" -
t :r j 5th Infantry,,who )' .r .. 1..d ;, _. .- i ,
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of a writ.of Fieri Facias issaed .
( ; out "'' florklt .
1 aJ Savannah
EA8TFLORIDA./ ,. _* rck,6via p
; 'of : : '1"1). < I ttif: tI. sobsenber; ; : having recently &reiJ .p'
"Jt> the Ei tem' Circuit; of ,Florida, for the THE ,subscriber takes this method offOnhingb1sIrIenda : ; .. ,. ... .,. .THE with view to the Creek.-MaaJaHa?;J" \.;;1cJ.W
Cbwfiy of; Dav V, I"ifI *qpoW to public'Sale, in 1::1 and the public,that T- t. .: .- ''. ".4:' .' ", C the above establishment.' a e of -Ifeose St. Marys. Bmnswick sail Ds4. '
Croat of to*Cooit,House k the city of Jacksonville, be ha taken Ii lease of the above_cttabisbment !i 't'. .. >" _. greater:convenience and MaTwamodatieo the If.8. Matt to tM above plate .,-
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.la DM said Cotmtyon the. first., of .' 'whom HI I n.lth p1nterrlftiPt BKr i to .
; Monday Septtember fora term'of year*, and.will be prepared ., hs TfcarefaJa* .e
J.tt846,.between,the legal boors: of to aceommodaWall who may favorhimwith. their portion.of'Florida' .,solicit the patronage; w MATTHEWS tfl 1t
kirn will &I M"
div: uibomsjtsvOt ;.
Akle on that 11titibainaI7 public trustingihat now ,
: patronage .As-regards the .mineral l.qoalkiesoftbe has been
ter ,, thoi'eag1
rT'or their comfort neglected.
a1i1Ii1nj find anything requisite 10 "
mnd1'being" Ip.tb. .Vater, they cannot ba surpassed by any watering BENSLOW & "WEBSTER hauled, 'h.r'deks sad caeiassomely uLUi
Jacksonville protection ,aj
) *JaeksoetiWe;ia Daval.County b.wD'aDd descritod The healthiness of
; place America. The Spring will bo
in. famished
k 4 w.thet tbI or!plot of said To,wo, .as water by the first day.of May: Charge'will be opened moderate SAVANNAH, OA.KALSIU from the harsh se* brew and its easiness' of the*e- much improved.' As for painted accomBtodatJsai, and he? a"taiZI

Hot. number nine (9) and bounded on the North and every attention will be paid thecom-. : in the following articles,,which will be, cess from any point have always! secured it fort, she cannot be serpessrd till.
by Bay street, on the Sooth, the River St. reputation of being the most advantsgeous place ay M.i ."
by ,fort of all who may favor Mm with sold on as reasonable.term*,.a* any other establishment route. Thisboat will arrive
:: John's. on the,East,by water lot number .eight. FRANCIS. A. HUSON,. Proprietor. in the Southern country in East Florida, for the resort of invalids darin,' Thursday morning, before the at Saviaaa
he offers ac deperftr
(8)indontl VYestby water lot1 number the winter season. To sceb persons.
# ten,(10;) June 5th..1846. 8tHEAD COMPLETE .ortment'o'A'gricUharal Impleraenu -, daily'line of steamers for
lsvhdaUoihe\Vhsrf: thereon, formerly l known as .A consistngof28 different site* and commodations which behopeswill prove accept Qbarleiioa ....
a JMaton'hat.hei.f the same premises, DOW QUARTERS, ,pattern of Ploughs,.Hoe*, (various kind) Axes :able. and.M medical advice, of tbe highest older, every eveniagAlso .
4 ii V. iwf ocptpied by Fernandei & BUbee, as a 12TH REGIMENT Fi M. Trace and Ox Chains, Shovels and .Spades, Hay can be 'commanded in the town, they may rely brig or passengers line wUhing which leaves to take peasef*' {.&
*6fcorViSf; Wfc rtr1Taicen in be JACKSONVILLE. the most careful attention. barque Saraa ,
; Execution,and will and Manure Forks, Patent and'American Scjthes, .upon
4) :' ',- ;.. I said as the property pf the late James B..Mason. JOHK '10TH 1846. Reap Hooks, Grain Cradle..Corn Shelters; Corn At visitors from the North hare occasionally delayed Thursday and Saturday fur New Y orlr.1Aer
arrival of the St. Matthews
: :deceased. at the time of his death,'as"; the switofBaftlow QD1iJD l and Cob Crusher Portabl.,French' Burr GristMills their coming, under the impression. thai the from FJ
: & Waxsey, vs.. Timothy YYfghiraan, Ad. Hand Com MH!.,Straw Cutters,Ox Yokes house wa filled. the .subscriber take this opportunity Passengers, with their baggage, wiUbeMi,' .
board either line it
3 'eilnlstraiorbf "aid JVX). LI. such in future that, in that case, required "
tt tli James B. Mason deceased. Patent Churns, Foot Cotton Gin./Saw Gins, Patent to assure ,
The above boat will leave
& Id THOS.-LEDWrrH. : Sheriff'Duval County. The Twelfth Regiment of Florida Fan Mills'and Nails. bo,can always provide them temporarily with comfortable follows:

*i I BjrA:W. CR1CHTON. D. S. D. C. Militia,comprising the'Militia of the Counties of Full assortment of White Lead Colored Paint accommodation'in the town. Leave Pilatka Picolata every Toesday.. , a.'".

h r'j Ift !JtxJtsontille,.Fla.:July.31, 1846.. Doval and Nassau, h.nn.rbee.lfdul'organized,according :and Painter i **'article*, Sperm Whale,Liia.erdand OLIVER WOOD.' If 11, I.
U: _' I to,Law by the Election of Regimental Officers Castor OiL Spirits Turpentine.,Varnishes,Window Jacksonville,.Dec.. 19, 1845. ly Jacksonville Black Ccrk 'I P. 3(. a. *,.
: : pecii5ed property adrertiaed'for Sale I as by Law required will be divided Jnto Two Glass, Window Sash. jt't fet. If .

S ", 1.6iuMO. y September, wa old accor- Battalions. The First Battalion to.comprise the 'Gun'Powder, Shot Bar Lend, Percussion C/p*. FOR WARD & ALDRICH, For freight or passage, .PI'JYI C fL Kd"W.." .;,>lSavaaasa
,4ig to Law' the Administrator the Estate .Militia the on board,or to ..,1. ,
by on ; County of Nassau will be commanded Foolscap, Letter, .Wrapping .PRINTING. ATTORNEYS AND COTJNSBLLOKS AT LAW.II7 ---, -- --- ;
f q c 4purrhfled byrne. at it* fall.valve, in December. A. by Lieutenant.Colonel TRACT: and the Second .APER, PRINTING and Writing INK. Will in the spyrti I Courts of Law 11uuL- & CLAGIJO"-

'r .. D. 184 I;and paid for:and Ibteniieaceab1a Battalion to comprise the Militia of the, County of .Carpenters Coopers Edge Tools; GARDEN and practice in the Eastern Circuit of Florida. :. Apal" !
I 'OI1H.ioa ever'.incta. The public are hereby in* ,Duval l.will be commanded by Major NORTOH J who SEEDS. warranted. as good a* any to be found. Equity FERNANDEZ & BHS I,'
Conned that it will the Purchaser suit 'will be WM..A. KoRWARtr. St. Augustine. t Aent,.Jsxssssmk
cost a to get respected and obeyed according to their,office Order thankfully received and promptly attended < ?
f4 ; posaesiu.V: S..D. FERNANDEZ. and command. to. Loots ALDRICH, .Newnansville.. JOHN' H.'GUNBY. *

! :;T- 41.. Lieutenant Colonel Tracy and Savannah, Ga, June 19ib, 18ft.AdmIBls&rat LIVINGSTON & DOWNING A n'. IUckCti&
Norton -
Major will ,as early as practicable subdivide RIa
: s nLI be sold oa Monday the 7th day nf September 'their respective Batt.lion.Into Companies, r's Notice ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. in connection with this boai.and noneotberklt

: vy next, between the regular hours leaving an'equal number men in each as near as ON the first day January, 1847,1 'will pre nViII practice in the several Owrts of Law terprtsa on Lake hundred aa4 IVM,j
,p of Sale, so much of tbe Lands of James Herron, may be,and appoint two responsible men to bold ( .to the',Hon. Court, of Probates for the and Equity in the Eastern Circuit of Florida. fit. miles above Palatka up the Su Joba's nvr&.

:. tasd'C. and B. M. Byrnefs, as will satisfy the cost Elections in each Company Beat; so set off for County Alaebua, for final settlement and allow- .R..G. LiviKQSTnjr, Newnansville. July 5, 1845.
; # *&i charges for Advertising,. and a balance of the offices of Captain First and Second Lieutenants ''ance my acconnts and' vouchers .Administrator C. \Y. DOWHIHO. do. United States MaH.To .- -

;. iTaxei due for 1845 on said Lands. Numbers, of aid Companies, giving at, least ten days I of the Estates of J.mcIAfari1: and Samuel steam Packet,,
, jjtmlitjrand''situation of the Lands, made known J.,Smart,deceued.l.te of'said County and will .
. notice for1 holding said Elections, and giving also, JAMES W. BRYANT, SPALD1NG. Capt. RoU.J
I' ;.an.the day"of sale.; .Said lands"re situated LeCoanty at least,ten days notice to said inspectors of their at.the,same time apply to said Court, for a final AT sun, having been l thorvvjMs
: : "Florida and',will, be sold! at the Court'H ,appointment. discharge from th*Administration of said Estates. hauled her decks and cabin rebuilt sad
i It 3L door (E. Daniels) of naid County'by IH. As soon as practicable' after the JOSEPH.KNIGHT; Administrator. Jacksonville. Fla. Urged for the accommodation of ak<

c I.' > -} Vf. D.'A"NDRE\VS.Sfw-rifr election for Officers of the several Companies Ne wnansville, June 261846. 6m commenced her regular trips,from paMea Palatka

1 .J;?' i- and Tax Collector, for Levy County: the Regiment" the Officers elect in Companies. NOTICE. AUGUSTUS .C. GILLETT, lerprtse. on Lake Monroe,op the'Su Johns]'(r!

:I .A JaJfJO! will be officially reported at the Head Quarters of ALL persons interested, are, hereby,notified ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 125 mile*above Palatka. .

gj .iMckHaCeuntTSher1M's' Sale. -the" Regiment by the Commanders of Battalions.- Six Months after date, I shall apply to Jacksonville, F1a.IfltInT .; The above B-mr, leaving Palatka ""'.T
J .a4 ; ,M< *IHli ptr. 1846., .JOHN. M. PONS, the Honorable 'the Court of Probate fur Alachna! Morning alter the arrival of th U. S.Mail. .

: Yyirtkeotthe! power "etedin, me by law, I, June 12 Colonel'Commanding.Administrator's .'county, for a final discharge.ram my administration rot t Packer, Sr. hu.... Captain McNeiiyfn j
t I stall ikpose'or'sale,! forie ihe'Coart House on the Estate of William Standley! ,deceased; "an flab,carrying the U.S. Mail to the abuvesaanf j t.
otrintM'townoNewninuifle.osMondaj the Notice. ..ft"also,'at,the, same time and place,; for,my administration Watchmaker and Jeweller. place..

I t? ; p 5th Hay. Octsber ben, between the hours of 1U SIX, MOl'iTH8.ftt'r date, Ishall, make nppli on the Estate Martha Standley., _. -' No. 5 ; in-STRUCT._ PaMengers,, for Enterprise, will take Ih'. .,
, t to the Honorable Judgn Probate of deceased, this. 24th April. 1846. Respectfully informs the citizensofJaeksonvillennditsvieinity.that Matthew '
and t! o'clock. tke. \foInwingrnpeny. or ao much every Saturday at 4 o'd.
thereof wilf Stnt. the 'Alacliua Connt}. for Letters Dismissbry, on the COTTON RAWLES, Administrator.. S *annah. '
p pay. tax,due.on same, % '
t (or the year 1845,.and all legal costs and charges .Estate pf Ephran Tyner late of said April 24th 1846.. ,6m he has removed to the house immediately ThieSieemrrSarsb SpaMiag. will n.t.J a|

in and about the'advertisement and! sale thar** ft. I cn t.r and" aiIpetonshaving demands against NOTICEIS adjoining the ore recently ,until), via Picolata & Mandarin,and bae.w(

wiz: an undivided share of pot f es owned'or claimed said Estate, are hereby required. to. present. ,.them ber..LYliyen to all persons interested, that occupied, as the printing trip leaving Jacksonville every Monday I'o' ]
attested for settlement.JOEL
'r by Ifrederick" !lf1Jnand't"'ln 4554'acietthereof properly Months, after ,date I shall apply to the office of the"Florida' Statesman."and U now prepared dOt'It.
ill and to n certain} tract of parcel of land T1ESON AdmV.May Honorable the Court of Probate r..rh."county rAlacbua. to execute with prnmptitud orders connected :. For eight or passage,."rlytlt He.Capta; .
a ? toowo AS the.Arreddndo.. Alachua grant, containing 15 ti, 1846.,6m f ror'a final'settlement and 'allowance of with the above-line. Board, or h. Frrnnndez & Bibee, Agents iac ,

two hundred and .b.tYDiftft thousand six hundred ,Administrator's 'Notice.FTIHE .- my accounts and vouchers us adminiitrator on bo :Mr. Grot he. would alo say that he has determined sori'ville.B.. '
r'1i' and forty five and five sevenths acres, being creditors,'Jiitribotees and others interest Estate William Dell,deceased, 'late of said coon-, confine his attention, in fntttrp, exclusively All gOOf!" will be received in Store,! 1
I grant made tIt:Fernando'do la Main Arredond & JL< ed in: the Estate of Samuel Russell late orNansnu ty. and for a duchorge from my administration on "ly work in these branches. He rf'"df'rI.Li.. of Storage in Jacksonville & Sataonah.FleFirfa I :

Son. on the 22J 'Dt mbe'. A; D. 1817, situate in county Florida,deceased, are hereby cited said Estate. ASA CLARK. thinks to the ,many friends w ho have given him *%u23 '

't:1 ; Alachua county,,State,of Florida. and admonished and appear At and before Newnansvilfe,'E. F., May 8, 1846. GmHOLMES their patronage, and mitts that his exertions mrefttrr and Savaanah Sseai .1 f =

.-, ,- .ALSO. ., ,, thii Hon. the Judge Probate, of Nassau county, will bo such .* to merit It. Packet. .
t : C An nndMtfed owned claimed VtR Court Probate be bold Frnm I in hi 'l,. .ine. THE
,$ 01 portion or to at the CourtHouse & CO. lung pmrii i hi* fevl resuhrb'leam Par&rt]
by John NJ Slayer, in the same said grant, equal. in' said county, on the first Monday himself,competent In give, satisfaction, IIn"l Isis .. 't GASTON"pc F. Perk0 alhi 1
to 455 acres thereof.. January 1847, and shew cause,.if any they have JLTJL VESSRS.| # HOLMES &,1 CO.. have removed charges will bo modertte and a* rrainnabln as 60--_ --- live at Picolwi j_every Fiidaiifig .. i
? s4t ,'ALSO why I: should not be ,discharged from all further their stock of Merchandizn to the. large those of the North. at 9 A. M. on each week, and will ta f st|
f ;;e An undivided share ror poeion owned or claimed administration of the Estate pf said Samuel Russell .building occupied by tho United State, known as N. B. Clock and \Vatches repaired in. the best P., M. f>r Savannah via Mandarin. J..l..ibr

q; by John K. Towhsend, in the same aid grant, ; in parsuancOofan application then and there ,the Government Building. Thy have added to manner, and nt she shnrfeit notire.Jacksonville. St. Marys, and all other immediate bintfl.p,a
'4 c equal to 455 acres thereof.f.t to be made byrne to said Cnurt. their stock by the late arrivals from' New, Y uk.a Dec. 2G. 1845. arrive in Snvnnnalt early on 5q-1.. .

I ALSO WILLIAM A. RUSSELL Adm..or. full .aonment'or Dry Good, Groceries, Hard. Passengers fir Cbarlrfilon can l ln.e .l 8.'di'
p S An undivided share or portion owned or claimed June 12th, 1846. 6mNOTICE. ware. Pro,I.ion., &c. &c. S. W. DOGGETT'SS in the evenin* in the daily line of Steamers.

, fcy William Thorn!'as surviving tru!tee of the New They have on hand, now landing from brig Virginia TIAfi .Gstun rune in CInllfl"I 4.. .i.. 31
J ? York Florida Association, in the same said grant. ., from New York, 50 baled Hay, 50 bbl% \Yathnrn! & 'ViM.,'. prig Urn- of Vkrt
r equal to 6822 a.criitbeieof., 1 LL persons interested are hereby,notified that Lime.'20 thousand Laths, 30 boxes Chw, 20 Sew York, of which one leaves .'fffTf ,
.i, L : ALSO, .Jat the.expiration of six months after the kegs Butter,20 kegs Lard 20 hbls. Pork. 20 half ; mnrnin*..
,; t An undivided share or portion owned or claimed date hereof I shall apply to the Honorable the ,,hbls. Beef 23 Mils* Bread 50 bags, Coffee, 50 i '. The (;ann doe not return tn Black Cirriihrr
by Cbarlbs jA.Jarvis, executor of Noah Jarvis. Court of Probate for Alachna' county; (),. a final) bs.! Liquor, lOa Ploughs, Iron of various .i:... .av to SaTtinnnli.XAUES .
._ ..
I ; deceased, in' the sane said grant, equal to 929 settlement of my accounts and dincliarge from my Glares boxes Pipes; Tobacco &c. &c. All of --- OF PACKETS. 1

qjj acres. "'tbeteof.; ,administration the estate of James, L.-T6wn- which f'ywiU!! s-l lIat| low prices.Jacksonville. S MIJITHE A R.Y TIe ve..e|. composing this Lint, wfilbe hvnf'

;r ,fi -,. ALSO,' send.d.eceaff'd. 'latnof said county., January9ih 1846. lepafelte re til.rfv every MwwUv as
I.i' An undivided. snare or portion owned or claimed JOHN TOWNSEND>.&c. .LIVC- OaK- Agency.. cnur il. in!o founded nf instruction the pursued in this Brig CI61 TON.T. Lyon. master."Jane ItBri

. 3t : by Isaac frnst in the, same said grant equal to wnansville, May lit, 1846. 6m' 'NOTICE i. hrrrby given,that having.b ap- and nnaloy. Students ujH n who principle of induction r AUGUSTA, 1\. M. Sim***!, awt'
4 -S. 2461 acres thereof. by !the Government ,of the United an- unl'rr.pared June 23.New .
L, : .'.,--. .:- : ALSO, NOTICE. States, Agent fur the protection of Timber! on ho to enter CoIfe. may. hen*, pnrstie tin"requisite'studies |bark VKHNOX.tV. FJlt-r1'.rn.'rrJ.)
T.1 An undiviand share or portion owned or claimed, ALL persona interested e hereby notified'that Public East Florida nil pf rsons who.may (for : wh&'lhiHP, who are tint 'de.i,neil Brie SAVANNA If. A. IlawIeV, maAtrrVWj:
) ( by John M Seamore,in t same. said grant,equal the expiration of .ix'month. after date,, I I r' have t trespaVsed or shall hereafter commit any trc<*- a profession tan srlert uch branches as inny Brig ,\;'.J. Jnlmsoti, master jJyltBrig
. i. _, to 929 acres thereof. 'shall'apply to the Honorable the Court of Prolate pas by cutting down.iind:carrying away an/ Live: best' suit_ llieir ofij"cl* tn life.he .:xcIt.. C. B. Smith. terJstiL
' :l! +*r ,ALSO for Alachua County. for a final settlement of m) Oak or other timber from such Land., will be dealt regylalimift of ibm Institution are formed The.e ve..ej. are commanded by meal
, An nndividcd share or portion owned or claimed account and discharge from my.administration) on .with. .as the Law. direct with lh"single .li .]jn irpromntin;the iittelltrtualami experience, tib, will ue exettioataPafwnger

; .; by.Mordecai M..Noah, in tho same said grant, 'the estate of .William Spark. man,deceased, late_ of JOHN r. TAYLOR. moral advancement n/it members. as ei'mfortable every as _ihle.Tliey -
i ft equal to 1365.acres thereof. .said county. February 20ih ,1846. Agent V, S.. &r. The dicipliim is inte.ider to bo strirtly parental. will sail punrlunlly a pos* hnTe, sal .
ALSO, JOHN SPARKMAN AdmV. & .. The Preceptor ,1..irr.11)cultivate.with I.i. pupil,
4 F An undivided share or portion- owned or claimed Santafee Pond'May lit, 1846. tInt 'State 'of Florida : 'Circuit Court. ; hnbits of.kind nd! familhr inr..rr.uu,,. and m- influence cases be towed to ea by StenmlnMt.GEORGE HOLMES.

. : : by the heirs at law of Alexander M. Muir, deceased EASTERN' 'CIRCUIT.-ApRit. TKBM, 1846.BUIBT them, rather ,by an appeal tn tbe l better A Jak'Wi'BBerth .
Clrcnlt"Conrt. STPHX ) Chancery.. 'pvinciplea <>f the heart than Ly'.enro soil .li'-! cnt.
; .to the same saul grant,equal to 46 41 acres VBURRILX. *'can be eenred at Si. Aopostis ,.
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. vs. graceful punishment.
4*: thereof. MAT STXPHKICS. Bill An' of the plication lo B. F.. CARR, & CO. ,
,, 5. .**" -p J .t, ALSO, TXRM, 1346.SABRIICA ) for Divorce.i accurate account delinquences of every 15 '
t An undivided" share portion owned claimed. S. CLITTOK ) UPON application of the complainant in the ,scholar, and al.o of the degree fir attainment i*' -July ,. -* -
' by Jeromus Johnson in the tame'.aid grant, equal vs. >BiII for Divorce. 'named Bill. and upon the necessary kept ; n ctipy'nf which mrcimnt, in connexion with Circuit Conrt. ,

t to 8500 acres thereof..' .; PHILIP P.CtATTow.. ) _"' affidavit being duly'fited. it nppenring that the the regular term bill is transmitted to every parent LASTED CiacciTor jo.LO&J1U.. (
I >THO C. ELLIS, UPON reading and filing the Bill"of complaint above named Burrill Stephens without. the reach or.cuanlian.. who mar,desire it. 1, Cianetry., 'J
1f" Sheriff and'Tax Collector. cause, and tile'return of ha Sheriff ,of the process of this State TXttMS FOR A S'3S1Ot ,Of TVILTEVItEX : F. J. Jud on. Ezecumrof JtihnF. I

.' TfewnansviUe,20ih March; 1846. upon the.Suopcena issued herein, as:well as from 1C it hereby, Ordered-:That tho" said Burrill) Higher Dranrheir, ,- $3 00 Brown deceased, for himsflf I ,
'p ... affidavit read and filed ''Stephens '. Common Branches al Cndihir ,. (
''.. now by which it appears required to appear and answer in the .7 00 r
I AItct1l3 County .Sheriff's Sale. that aaiddefendant, Philip,P. Clayton, residesbe.i matters complained of him in the above named Latin and Greek CIic. extra. Benjamin A. Putnam. Ailminutra. ( .}
r fjLL.BE SOLD on. Monday, _the 7ih.of thejurisdiction of this C-ourt.nd in the State BUI on the first day nf the ensuing Teim of,the Lessons French: given nt.the request of par tor itfibc( state of Ambrose Hull, I :J

: "y September next, between the hours of ten nf Georgia 'on motion of R. .Livingston, Esq.,, Circuit Court, for.the Eastern Circuit of Florila- ens.. deceased. .
and ;woo'cjockat J the; Court House, in thd,Town 'Solicitor, forjhe-complainant, '.otherwise a decree pro confetto, will be granted Any pupilwithdrawn from the School before thn PURSUANT to an order ofihe HO *
: l jpfNewpsabvijle,.County,of Alachua, a sufficient'. It u Ordered, That a hearing take place upon,, to the said complainant and, that ,thi*' Order be end of tbe.e.aion.eXC'f'rdnK for reasons which the .':" of the Eastern C kt1
portion of the'andivided interest of John H..Brush :.I the facts"charged in said n.iII.oC Complaint,.at the published in one of the public newnpnpers of the Principal approves will be required to pay fur the Florida, in the above cause. bearing date "
f; .Charges.yV.. Brush, Vannes, Julia A. i next term of the' Circuit Conrt. for the conn ties of State, for the apaennfthreemonihjs before- the unexpired.part of that.s ef.>on.' ond day nf Mar h..1346. the creditors s/As/
b 1. .Vaooess, andT Margaret,.Brush,. situate in, said Alachua and Xevy, to be holden on {he third Mon- day .o appointed for::hh, *rirwj th.e--cauJf'. < No dfOtlucflon..m be made in tberhirg against Hull, decraetl, late of East Florida (.t
; County,jn' ami to certain; tract or parcel'.0C.I land,. lay of December next, at the Court 'Houie inNewnansville. tGF.O.S' HAWKINS. Jndje.:&c., pupil for occasional absence. In rains of .protracted som >tim('* in the year 1831) are mjweats''
'known;As abe Arredondfi Grant,, containing, Iwo, .Florida. I -I,. JOHN G. REARDON, Clerk, of the said sickne'; requiring he pupil to be with in and prove their d..Lt"f t"th* subscnssnof
,httn rrd ind eighty.nins thousand six hundred and And it it f"rtker Ordered, That copy of this Court,hereby certify that the above is. a tine copy drawn''from the Schoul', proper deduction will be the master of this Court, at bis eaVi"

:iI '. ronl' fin -and f five savenths acree* being a grant Order be pyblished in some newspaper, printed of an order made and entered in said entitled .made. Court Howe, in the city nI St..A,ri!,.!!
., I t"' mad . i-* ro. the,22 l inb.r.X. D., 1817, to satisfy and front ,tbe date hereof once' beach week iucces-. c i In testimony whereof, I hereunto set my This'rule,'from the inconvenience'eiperiencei) by thereoC they will .be excluded from tkt le *
; t ayjAe ueVd 1'the State,of Florida from the sively. 1 '"' band and affix tha seal. ,f said office., occasional exreptinna heretofore will,., in future, said demo. if '

[ 4 persons above named,- for and on account of their And furMr,Ordered, That in ,default of . '. JNO. 'G., REARDON, Clerk.. steadily enforced.Tho GF.a. R.Rauaway. FAIRBA?
: interests aforef aidiand{ all legal! stl and charges the .appearance, of said Defendant, or answer to' May 23. 1846. .3m. .. School is. now in a flourishing condition. Master 1 Ie .!ee

t J in ajtad"aooat the advertisement. ', and' sale thereof. said. Billa;; decree.may be taken therein at said la Circuit The building ..iI.a. large, commodious and elegant Sr. AognMlno, March J3. J8(6. "1"
C ELLIS bearing.* Court. structure, recently erected FLORIDA .
7.: _- by LODGZ, .
-Sheri&and Tax Collector. 'I,. RAMON_ .B.,:SANCHEZ, Clerk of the Circuit or FLORIDA., No. I, 1.,0. O. F. From the J&
County GilIi
rt IS W a : !u.vb284a.. Court.for tbo'counties of Iacaaa.and. Levy, ,'Kingsley. B. Gibbs Dnval,stKl : ,/,-.',.' 91 K;ri.:. Thi location Is one of well known salubrity and Distrlcr.S.; 'C.. a.negro fel1' J iff,

do tie' certify,; that ,hIS foregoing !is a true copy Benjamin A.-Puln.m. "' Is easy of 'tt, :. ; .tit kIa CeHHty 8k ei'IWs Sale.BE of tha original, order now on record in my' c. Executors'of ..- rate in renpeciable families. the place. .speech and has eVefebura! l' '
I Ii ;, .. ; tITELL SOLD,, on Monday, the,7th, day Ll-W..-T'c .- c Wiiusimy hand andieal of office this .Kiny! deceased.Complainants. Dill farwoveq -_..Jacksonville. E. F.. March 27th. 1846. Jy leg*. H..I.'.boUI! ' .rud.iI
; t VitfSejtmher t, between'the hours of !6thdayofMar.rA.D.il8'46.RAMON and: RaH f/and -
: MELFORD. and that he l3oS\ *;
: : IB CircHit *
,.t_ ':',. tIMl.iw&o' the Court House Iq the ?, B. '. Ar .HEZ.. 'fI'" 'fornInjunoilon.,' J EASTIRN c .n* Petit,of Meriwether Giorri.. ;1 '"

i 1 s : '.,. JTown Interest..offiewsnvilkasuIScJent John H. L.wland: wife portion, situated of the In "May' .,K.,:1846.. 3m. Clerk. .Circuit. Court. ; .orp Klu.rf, r 'tI.' ; '" orsiiycf CIRCUIT Duvalt /OF FLORIDA.Ciatcery. Jan will be paM for his county appreheasjoeIn '.&

;1: '. .j1&14.countz, !in and lUf i"-tract or parcel'of land i Circait: ..._ "- ;.: -, !Defendant'- *' ( : HI.ILY'AI.LlMOSKT "\ Bill for Jail, so that I may get him sgals -J, T I
q t' 'rown...' tU;: Afredondo grant, :containing ..two' EASTERN CIRCUIT: ST. 'COUNTY., it having been made to arlatirarIQriJ"by vs. ,. .account- -EDWARD )1fJf.IIj .

H; t;,. ): r J..tihfj pine l ihomtncl six hundred.and' JOBII RoBixiov, :. 'affidavit' that the the Defendant George Kingsley! rw CORMMUS .TATLOR,. t,_ ,Rt'1Il ranauon Estate of I 15ft... :Shcri lfaJ.. t
sides beyond
; 3: -. {. !: <. o:47M.: "ill fj '?* *at] c". being grant ;?s.BwLWIF'D .::- jurisdiction of ihiiourt! and Inthe Wiastow FOSTK, j I --
14, -: sfld Fernando fe la MOM Arredondo and son, HSRMOTT; Sin Chancery.Hour .., .Island of Su Domingo in thekVe1tfndiei, on His"-wf{ ,MARU FOSTER,eLfcl.J .A..lalsa.f..r. "I I ,
L1 onhe3ecember.A. Dl 1 Sir, to satisfyanol, 'B. ABHITHOMO j jTT I )motion.of ;...A. Puteato' >j.,:SoUcitor for.the: ,TT) having been rn(U:to appear by affidavit' to SIX months after date. I So u 'v/" .'
; ,, tJ! 3teeduelOtbeJ5tat8cFlorirls, ( d 'Ctiiai .; JV 'Sixc&xa.. Complainants, :. r X 'th<*iati'faction of the Court that tha'above n.- the Hon. Jodge of Tt******** I

'4 ..; :- Jm>eeeantorsatl1nteresU, _! andlalllegaf! costs'.a and. having' been niade"'to appear by affidavit/to IT I, OaojcaiD, That'tKesafd_ George' 'Kings-; 'med D rend DtI. Winslow Foster';.and'hU wife, of Nassau, for Letters J!**?*;7."rT .
'IIEI ." :, / -. -- a1otbead'mrtisemens and sale f Jtha.. tioaoC,the. Cotutj that:the: .several f .Icy, do appear/and' answer Complainants'' Bill, MirisFoster, formerly Maria De wees,'reside in of George1 Higginbothain' la'fit1 pf .
't2 "J w' ..= I 1.D4e.iIi,:tW"uUlJQnN.allQ .".tiuct" 'dole sTendsnts In the above, entitled cause .Jd.Po-: within six months,or;the;'same,will, be' 'ukeo'?pro: 'the State Alabama and beyond,the jurisdiction deceased, and all persons bavin .(
yi ',: : un aad4eIgkty iwo cents. ; yonH the limits of th State of Florida and the confesso"against I bimV* ;r ;. "* *, ., of this Court, on motion of'Gregory:Yale, Esq., snid estate, are. hereby reowred! .** ffffproperly

IT.: .' .f ::1bt, THOS.JC ELtTS jurisdiction' of tbUVCoort; bat within' iha oltc' /; iTD:IT, II. foRTHia{OftDiiup.: That a!copy.ot* .Solicitor foe the Complainant, attested settlementA. '
,. "Db 'ci.- : ..this Order, be published tn iome / i&Ordered '7bt the said HIGGINftOt,'
StesIoniuM1.6'bf' Newspaper Wnilow JOHN
t .' .. t v t1'Lf .Sheriffand Tax C.oUecto>., wmplalnants Solicttor; itordercdnbatih Ii printed 'l i Foster !
LI :::1' .. *". .!'g.27.. ..'lft46.., *:,said ,defendants:do fapp *rand:: A' [, within tbe said Circuit?,1 once, _a.'week consecu- !and Maria Foster' do appear and answer the ConpIainttDts Feb.g7t 184eIVT \ 6. .
; \ az&eer; the coroplwnants U-! within I Foer Months,:I .11 .i.lBOatU. T 1" ,-- '. Bill'within' four months, .or the same efttrU.1 (
't .
'. d. C.ii i";' fcericnfl 'Sal .4" or 'mi'.me'JriI rbe1akVwas eothwi fe' ..111I& . TijPs.AD9PG..L.\!uken as. confessed against ther& .. hereby informed that persons we .."..'..
.'Or' I L on. 'and k 1 i farther onleml that J, OicAa A.T'Cw.rk"qt..ld Coon, eby ,Ad- it, it farther: ,Ordered That .
a of
Iii .f gLD to'., 'Jth"' ayoi ocr r ( a copy of this > ; copy 'Spanish Grant *Domingo F*"* .
'L "
:. t ,.t ...'U'fT .:: t .tWHJI..the hours oTJO.. and2wa'ofNew i Order.:duly certified by taet. ? erk|of. tWs Cowrt certify the abow te eirec4ofAu'OeJer.nia&itia l6ed by Clerk of lh>Coort )an4 fn Mariea county E. Tp i'r. .
- 1 > ; ; at a';'l r.-c:ll .. .:itI..i..u :. be 4IOm -- wlthl.. t 1Je. eMered sald'Entakd'Ga.iit batfee. be fwblished in some newspaper prfnie-l within|h" South of the base and ran.'21 EM ..'
i ; '. ::Niath d ot Mattti Eastern CircuHof4 f
: 'Di84 Florida
Iowrests y ,/.Jto
ofrWH'dw once week
( Euter. CIrtt.I. a coaseeoUte4
.1 1 < 008'' dlanr, kaown on the SfeftUh pM .t
.:. \j "liG..1W "t&" R co( '.'W.'1'01"" r.OfI1'' moat..!,.(8T 4. t't-;, fL RjTTIMON'WUEREQf!I : .for fottr o&tbs. '. ,mock,:ami afceuV&tation' and Afc .-, .
t..'i f.fWdaToo of ?l fi & HAWKINS. '1 p. .-8?, unto.! .JBJ hand 'wd tCx Uw el of : : TIO. DOUGLAS
I-I :. account- IO : ,1._ ; "-, .# f, } l. .uV 'lUG roscAw4rARTclnk -
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S te4 I.l1EtJR:' UM..s; .c kof-s'4dCo OSCARHARZ"CIrk emlf1'dl."i.b0Y.1o' 'a 'traecopy'of no'nkide OrdJr IW.------
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