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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 21, 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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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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111ba aid .smitted wIth rnentl the DOt,df ertisemcnuaurkod.with the!,.om}ei runs regularly once n week';from Jacksonville daring, while'combatting with the feeling manner by thnt amalgamation' ". ,Pai'4lto-.A correspondent.6ftheWashington

.tinser.o1':reqlJire ,.ill be CouLiflUd'aatil ror id to Lake Monroe, and carries savage foe. His mortal remains covered inhumanity and self-conceit"the, .Irhmigratioa Union says that the only

sAil barged r for.J"Five will be chtrted for al1annoulJCee.or the U. S.l\Iailt, the latter: place); in with,wounds, were interred on, the Agent General. Shall. 'suet 'correct translation of Palo Alto/fs'i: tall f!

&_dIIUa' for ..fhce. her upward trip at the, time alluded to, spot where'he. :fell, but have since been thing*. be tolerated 'Trinidad, in t4a$4izg.. 4 ( ,...... .
lilt One.4UT ,for SIX !ornhs. : : 8to 1000Lrtter 00 bad on board including passengers- disinterred' and: carried, ,to St. Augustine 18461? .

sauce to Debtors for and,Creditors Admialstimtmn: : 5 00 some thirty Souls-besides being deep and there 'deposited' with other ...If this,.is not- slave' dealing, and that,, A Mr. :Jdslaprop.-Last' 'week,'i::m
AprIcatina will be inserted ly laden with bricks >&c. and a quantity gallant souls in,the,mausoleum erected too of laboring'
Lr.T rel P>QI notices prtiuiW the_ tkin, ., we would.: like to neighboring townta man:;dropped ..
communications will; of lumber and ,baggage OP deck.- "at that place." know what'if_ I. Such scenes- as that dead .in .consequence :of'drittkieg

; ;! Ail s/hiisjaH.1 iidtertUrinentt.ItT *personal. We arrived at Lake George about ,5 lathe. vicinity: off'Mellonville: ,and already mentioned'above, are rarely" if ,cold. ,water t" while overheated ,A ,ttlectman *

bf ehaTC'1 AHkiUsTar Job Priming muel be paid on thf'i i 'o'clock, P. M. and found it but little agitated about a mile immediately south, is the ever, witnessed in the United States wasasked, what it wavaece; '

ut.J r rP,1t comIlUJnit-a'work. $ must be adJrease-d to : with every prospect of getting place called Fort!Read, known also !during never ,ow-a- :sys.It: is .reserved*forth sary to do about the body and, ike'Vt*

Gnun grAtl& 1IAUARD. pstmgC paiL across before sunset. The Captain (a the Indian: hostilities, as a depot humane.British, who are, daily,ex-. plied-"We must send for,the cwwr' 1

.' .vr..vtl lQV-dJWlawJhyejbe! bye,' m.1t ex-.. anlL.miljtar.Y-PQsk.bJ1t lately, several !hausting the Billingsgate! vocabulary, ,andholdaceqa.ipoJt'b ........ ;;vr.-, ,
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.U'JUAJ.L-n good 'and, substantial !: P'-' 'Pf.--r---: ,
ceedangly'anxlous ,pueh through ot buildings have
In "
denouncing the of America "
at ..... JAXS $*tLY.unft slavery Carelessness.-A deed executec 1.1 "
,beIeU |t.'uh rlftucl. nwy lower, once, having to deliver his mail the been erected thereon, among, which, are to perpetrate these enormities, ancTtnat, .
\VIHtr'i bowViian.mrlt' away next day at a stated time. But man the residences of DrvSpeer, the p icti.sing too, under the sanction of' law.,and the president of Yale! College to a'gu,tJ.e-

-..',L ,M 11. it.r ha nill *. jwiWPt.Thatmav proposes and God disposes, for ere we physician of the Lake, Reads Tavern plea of benefiting the bhcks. Out man of Franklin county, vt., :an'd"mail-' i
the,1t'r.tect' mi.I"I:h swaj. upon ,ed on the 1st of December, ," l.Sl5" wa'sfound
had travelled one half its distance, the and Penny,. Methodist Missionary, such hypocrisy and humbug. "
.. .II. i take a l'rol'n' in a bundle of at ,.the r
), lot rsn neiilnv wmw n .r set; win J increased, with great energy, -the ,Mr. Thomas and others, who with their They' can see the mote in our eye,, rags "pap 4.
Qnr bert tf'f"W' strung in tnul-Mine Own alarmed Sarah increased, her speed,- families are very conveniently and comfortably but cannot discern die beam in their mill in Montpelicr, Vt.,,a few days ao,
lei ly 'with the letter it and
Ve shall bo h'PI' y.i! yet ere the little craft could reach the, located, and can, boast of (in own! : enveloping ', way* '
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th"h lone anxmi year hu"pawed, Bar, the shades of night enveloped us, this spot of pine barren,)'as much health ;,

Wbat Since il** true k'ftrt ..R'.vuwpcl l to ii"i blowing a perfect gale. Here we were, as any other portion of the country The Nez Perces Indians in Oregonare .The ,Globl ,Xewapaper.--ineteea .t. : \

There cut**. fur u.. a%ht at snail last shine. then penned up in an enormous Lake, throughoutr Florida. It iS'much to be said to be making considerable] progress shares of this property 'ezeaol&byauction ; : ._ :i'- ;

\Ybo*etleaTn e loved upon'mid our'path l doubts and fears, surrounded on all sides by the wilderness regretted that the settlers,generally on in civilization.! They inhabit a in London on the iGtb; whlck .. '. \ #

We Yet who DYer w with, *an.OUI*. regret ,. without the.probability of escape, the Lake, have not made their domiciles desirable country, and are ''paYing at realised.12,900 guineas. Fift rtortheIf" ,,''' j

",;.bcii,.mea a JUlio'|W our Ie-W- save running the steamer on shore, at tn the p1ne.barren adjoining their planta- tention agriculture, and have,a large number were purchased by.: Mr. Riofge: ,. : )0" I

W.b.U I1 harp yet! the risk of our lives. The Captain concluded tions, as it is not reasonable to suppose number of horses and cattle. They are way, publisher) of Piccadilly, LoW J 1r

/ AT b toe wsnderin;Lirdtliat find' to anchor. Tha best bower/anchor they can expect to find health in this more neat in their dress and more industrious dOD., ; t> JjJ

X brrH'beo"Ond the mountain wave, was let go, apparently strong rich and fertile region living as they in their habits than other -' -r '

Th,e.h away a ..ayeand storm combined enough to hold the largest class of do, i immediately on,its banks and creeksin tribes of Indians. Some missionaries large fee.-Docter Lallement& .

**' T bow iln-tn tn an oc. an grave- schooners sea; at this time the waves the midst too of swamps and prairies have established schools among them., French physician, who ,attended Jbra 4

By 14HIII i"nmer.Ti.uti>t in' that mournful brightly' tears rise they set, became truly alarming, and the steamer where the nocturnal pestilential Mr. Spalding has translated a portion :, ham Pacha in the. south !ofFrance,'received

BT'II Loy*'* 'liHpeful prophecies, from her heavy lading, pitched and vapours, that must naturally rise from of the Scriptures into their language ;; for his services 6,000 pounds! > ;

*'e shall be "hnjpyyrt! tossed abo t. Presently the chain parted these places, poisons' the' atmosphere, it is written with English letters but sterlu g. He demanded 200,000 francs: : ._ ,4. t
-"THE- SERENADE." and in less than five minutes the and immediately around them produ. Indian words. A traveller from Oregon but his highness disputed the bill, and

z PATHETIC'BALLAD. Sarah Spaulding .was on the shore cing fever:and ague at the least, if not 'exhibited to us yesterday a manu- sent him but 150,000 francs. .,

4 .r.S wali! th.- ".ill.1 i "i?*"* l,:wmy lore, thumping prodigiously. Then it was epidemics and death. script book neatly 'written in that Ian % +-, .. .
A fleidmarshal's baton is about to be: .
in miss by a native Nez Perces Indian.It .-\\
The s nIi' ; that the consternation became general. Almost immediately opposite Mellon- i guage
0 wA-! my hnit is woe, my lore, was a of the translation or the bestowed on Generals Sir G."Nugent: '
Fortunately, however, for all'on board, ville, and nearly in a north' east direction I copy .
Till aii,t!and Iit. Grosvenor and the 'Marquis Ang
you when the chain,cable,parted, the Spaul situated the place called Enter New Tcstiment! by Mr. Spalding, and .. *

'Ti "mf iliin!; lite a mile, my lo,e.le ding drifted bow on. shore bringing her prise, the residence of'Major Cornelius was well executed. The education and lesey. Jr. .
.hsn-'il tlIru'HZtI dampaud,1.- civilization of these tribes f..
OVr 1..I.t. >-niw, ilitrli and Mil*,my love, stern to the wind and s\vel 1 of the Lake, Taylor, one of the. earliest pioniers of should be aboriginal Louis Era St. Louis,'eighty>y ears got'sthtt;
With a tender mug for j'ou.S otherwise, she must inevitably have this portion of country, and to whose encouraged.-St. site of a trader's shanteej sixteen'years v

to pieces before morning. In this enterprise truly, the settlers are to this it contained five thousand souls;
gone the Steamer Missouri ago
,, kn lore, "TlgAtVhe n ,.
i '.k'.fury,1I y"'i "1 '
My It.'nhsrI'I.' n.m.. il... 1..'*!; predicament steamer remained until day mainly indebted /or the benefits of ,came to the landing last Friday, now it has forty-five thousand people,

APt a. t.i|>ntinre. 0 my lore the light of morn, ,when she was discov a U. S. Mail, besides all the other ad with the Illinois.tropps, the'officers per- as many churches,twice as many steim-
I cannui "ay Tin ble.t. I ered lying on a sand bank, about a mile vantages be derived from a steamboat mitted 'her to touch onlyat the bow, bohts, and .5.year hence it will be said

Th clock' it striking in-. my love- from 'the main land. The Captain on. a navigation to their very do ra.- alongSide' boat, and, here several -' the same of dts boat yard and iron fac-.

[-.\. ban's tha de* cup ; glance at our position, saw at once that TheMajor settled here with his familyin .sentries were'stationed, with guns tories. "
My ..un"ill eo soon I* ilone, my love, there was no other alternative him but the year 1841, under: the Armed Oc. and short swords ,to keep[the recruits 1- '
Su food lady up! Act since when he has with An1 old author once took great paint!
up by a pressure of steam and by poling, to cupation from going on shore. One.poor.fellow.
What! Wp yon yet 'o soundly love! force her over-after.great exertion and untiring industry and perseverance improved -. observed on an adjoining boat a brother to solveie reason, why lishea were ;;&_.:.. '

YMJ j.d. roa' ..,..,JS1. =_--- ",0 'per vejn nceuneetth&paenger i it'wonderfuUy-byIie: erection in-law-'ndW O'>, -ahdHvitiwot, hesitation ... wn !1 .'r;;:.g e..mLa'elulle.. k' '", .01 ... ..; '
While here I ur i lore,- valuable Steam Mill'with other I of animals s flbrt.;
im;-c<> Miii<< you work harder) he succeeded inputting a Sugar bis kindred heart 'every species
To bwllf, gnat,and flirt! doom saw mill attached,-a commodious, : death. .
her afloat. Here again ue were the desire to embrace them-made "

Well.lU-n. from hih grans now, my lore, ed to undergo: other risks and disappointments convenient and well kept Hotel], besides a vigorous rush for ihe'sia of the,boai From a.parliamentary return, it ap. _
Mvxit I will innke; for just at the moment we many other minor buildings and improvements
Yet.fir...throu-li ....1. M"d glh) ,S, my love, which marks its and was instantly 'thrown..tiac,.. by" the pears :that commission to 'inquire
each other the (
congratulating J on appeatance (
were: : *
& TLisgeiite; BRICKBAT take! guard. ,into the potatoe disease cost:ninetyfivtthousand
h relief from excessive: toil and the perilsof'drowting as decidedly a' very prominent fea. "Well I,'but look here,'>says he, "there dollars! '& :uff ,- .
[Exit serrndi-r., wCOMMUNICATED..bilillin: the dreadful "cry of fire, ture on the Lake. On Lake Monroe is brother-in-law, and Sam and,Bill 4 ,. .
'U"Y BrttyjMrtin; !" was vociferated from all directions on and in its vicinity, are to be found located Jennings my they are'my cousins, I'm sar- Numerous jersuns are. Iprejk ring to!-'* .

[ .] board, and the smoke filled! the atmos a number of settlers,,with their ram11ie's"of ten goin to speak: 'em,"-and,here he emigrate from Sweden ,to North'America ,'' ,

Messrs. Editors-lt has been my phere immediately around us, almost to the most respectable I intelligent: stretched o this arms'towards them." ,, under the guidance Erich Janson, .

suffocation. It was soon discovered, and 'energetic cast, from St. Augustine, "Stand'oack"says! the ''sentry, a fanatic, who has set himself,up' as a* ..
purpose some time past, to furnish your however" that the boiler deck had taken Georgia, South Carolina 1 and other acing him wjth 'a short sword,,: "stand prophet, and who has thousands of,fol ;

columns with: a brief sketch of that interesting fire,occasioned 'by the choaking of the parts of the Union. itisto be presumed back or I'll persuade you with ,this in- lowers.In .

portiorvof East'Florida, known cold' water pumps while lying on the that the great prostration .of mercantile sterment.',

and'denominated :in its geography' bank precluding the usual supply of and other business throughout "Wellain't' no nigger!" exclaims South America, !if a man hires a. ,;
"Lake water to ,the boiler. With great cool the'Union of late, has contributed to the volunteer. piece of land and erects a house upon it, /;
Monroe-its, capabilities for bring together this state of society, and when his lea5c'expires, he-has; : right.Pto %
and the said the
ness,. prudence, promptness, "No, ,but you'er a.sogt.r, "
agricultural purposes-its healthfulnessand be extin- if we are to judge from appearances, burn his,house. < K'!% ,
Captain ordered ihe fires to guard, and he has ,as much, use for relations : -
fitness as ji permanent.domicileand guished, which' being ,clone, the boat they .have no.doubt,* once enjoyed some as a duck for three legs." The Circ sian girls are great'swim- *,

,-its climate and advantages .', consequently ,was left unmanageable considerable; degree of opulence and I The enthusiastic volunteer stretched mers and divers--.and athongthedivert.: .

as a resort for the Invalid 'and pulmonary emphatically:at, theMiiercy of the wind ease, but now destined from fortuitousand the ; out his arms- despairingly to his rela- ,strange,things of this ago present 'a-*'t_...

patient. little leisafe and wave. .. ,-without, nn anchor or other other circumstances, to adopt tious, and hallooed out:'- beautiful, and novel sort of divwg belles. tjj
Having a the rich :
shore. farmers life, by cultivating shuck for .
,means, to prevent hpr drifting on "Conbider Yer hands boys,
time.- from the cary t and. .anxieties of a She clid so without leave, and chose, a lands of the sunny South as a means i I: can't git to you-Jau-dam I they've The Dublin society of arts have giv..-"*

Farmers life, I kn6w tender, you for pub', 'pot 'whch is still pointed out to the of procuring. (or themselves at least, a got_ us into service,now, and we're mighty ing the large gold medal (to Mr.O'Bricn; :I.*

licalion, a. series. of numbers (should passers bye; by 'the. name of" 1'ho Halfway comfortable' independence. Indeed it tight up 1 tell you.-St. Louis Reviclle. .a baker in that, city, for ,having ,projy,|
deem them which J *House." may truly be said, that a more energetic duced, an excellent bread, from In ian"A
you worthy) ',trust the river and industrious people are not to be Obeying Ordtrs.r, recruit ,from corn at one penny per pcun .
may prove interesting to some of'your After passing' George,continuesso found. any where, than are now congregated the'Sucker State came upon parade,the --s, "">t\I

readers, based -as they, mainly are, on becomes still narrower- and on "Lake'Monroe;" for though' other day, at the "Jefferson: Barracks, Dr. \Yilliam Waterman, >of.Buf.R4,

attentive observation of matters'and until you arrive at Lake Monroe, many of thf1.1! have been "born with a looking rather troubled for want of''sleepif. ralq,has been ,sentenced to"threat.years',, '
\vKcn i it ngnin'eJlp: nds. itself into a very their mouth had stood all in the state; prison for-
things. sized Lake silver spoon: in. they consider I indeed he sentry i imprisonment ; J -
and business
it no degradation to put their i night, be, ,could not.have. presented a disinterring bodies for 'anatomical' pur .
No 1. miles t
about miles and four -Id'
S seven long_ ___ hands to the pl ughand like the Roman care-worn expression of counte. 1.- 'ct.
"LAKE MONROE. wiae 1 stuaaea& .1.1.1 wnn!.1 .se&ucr".1 nO.un -- ", .. more po5 -. )
Lake Monroe is situated in!the south bank about 5 miles from its inc nnatI18 of olaen tunes, alwaysalive nance. .. -, ."
coun. west At the agnnsccap .
their call. meeting
honor of
the _
sustain old 1
ypf Orange on the River St. John's, mouth, conspicuously 'stands several to "\Vhy, Jeff, inquires acquaintance ''tal punishment! a single hand was held) .
ing, as .well, as ,to exchange the peaceful belonging to another mess"what's ,- *** .
in Latitude resolution.
29 : Indian 'At
1 15' about miles the length1
""' 220 large, buildings, known during ,their against each
needed ,
.. h hare when fqt look sewedup up
from itsmouth-195 miles from the war,as Fort Mellon, but by a I late plou for the soldiers ". the matter!' you'' someone cried'put, ,"It's Jack Ketch,'*.* n* .
Town of Jacksonville) 55 miles from act of the Legislature of Florida, has country's) glory battlefield.; aponsandthe ( "I'll and the dissentient hand (aprjeafed no.-.*-

Picolata, and' 125 miles from' alatka Mellonvilleand is "Oh,.wellu.say. Jeff; resignedly, ., 'i
,- been_ changed to, now ,'AVOIcEFROM THELAXE. afore into more. *. _
rccond we
In used'to it,I get
meandering this noble stream, the the, County Site. Two terms of the get .
tr"'elJer necessarily touches at some or- Circuit Court ,will .be held here'on: the BRITISH"PHILANTHROPY ANDTHE'SI4YETRAPE. ,regular action.(! ''hsfriend. N. P. Rogers says that putttng'aiff tarI" :- .

all of these places-from ,whence two 2nd Mondays :in July and November ;, "Get- used, to .what V inquired on goods to support .the puopezj

splendid Steamers :' is -' .like, bleedingunefrom the jugular to.,get..
ply regularly ,once a annually. This. County (Orange) 1"Vhy .
reek to Savannah. of f We clip 'the- following, says the N. ".\ ,' used to ,lttpinlton my,arms food foxhiin., '
Both these ,boatsare now fully organized with, its,Judge C T the _, ,. i J.....i*;
"You 4' .
Jeff : ,,see,
fitted Herald from the Trim had Spectator: responded : 0 A
in Y.,
Sheriff Clerk and >
up a superior style'of com Probate, ; 'otber.eouny
:witnessed in issued orders for us topractice" Tobacco.-Ohio, is shooting: ah eai.of.- ,
ort there ,was
and "yesterday' of: our mess .
convenience nn'd officers with school meet _, :
liberally together a >
supPlied > we'll this .valuablearti'
,' Government House scene << sleeping on our arms, as ,Kentucky in raising : : ;"
with all the black the yard, '
luxury of the t .ble.-- house nn excellent hotel .
ing rrit5ib
lilids :
do in crfmp, and might as cl ut of 2000 at ,,
From a scene It >
free' have ;
country !
Kcoata; disgraceful to ft
\ a four horse and ,Post Office besides -
.stag&runs smith-shop; I 1900 '
striking i resemblance to what well [commence now; so night awaiting transporation'Eis' were ..
in a:
connection with Mellonville must bearing '
regularly these several stores. "TV
i two good. :: J .
musket (.
in. ,professed slave ,mare, took spread on top on my raised in Ohio." .;
4 wats to St. of is wifnessed a
Augustine, on tbe. Atlanticcowt I ever be memorable in, the history ; and it lt-:

n distance.of only 18 miles! travel,. Florida as having,been'a very entensive' ket. The .Indian Bentinck Immigrants from Madras by ,the with iwful my hard,,canteen sleepin1.l for,a. pdlow It's _a,,good, way was : you .any.coll vjctAlsl) ,.i' ht

through a healthy country From Pa- 'military depot for the supplies of :the Lord William for said little.ragged girl to the .cool t'boarding'hOuse. a
\ the and'the Cadett, from Calcutta,amounting -' t 'expecting an enemy :though, Lord Ies t 4
yitka river narrows gradually until United States Troops during the Indian << 'is to ; "The > s yeV
you arrive at Lake George,. where it,; hostilities:nor 'can it be Jess' famed for to four hundred 'and,' fifty three, lihe.e11arlwbo'd: : .e3' his :duty. sure' 'nO; we t'ap'our cold.,.ict i%aJs.*isi t- *\ n<-..

pddenly expands :itself into a.magnificnt being the place where thebrave'Cap were distributed gratis to the, tav toioplicantS ,keepwzdeawaJcC .. jib4Say : -- ..
the Immigrajat .AgentGeneral *\!!! burst in his acquaintance, B. did '
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sheet :
of about
water 16 :
spirit 11'J
miles long Mellonsurendered 'gallant' .
Ba1tirrif 'o',Cubian i the::4'l i you! lay your i 1 I
.nd'12 i in ; -Pvtfjr; ; Q\ what1'sid youi : I
miles wide striking Ue behol.4er : to the, "God battles', in the'lerace'orI pure --- s-d \ I: br did you not say, "i.
-witt astonishmeni,'a't discovering:ainatof I country,' and for hi.c: atry'.7 good,' style:
,! ihe:Ocean ,still be ibe cerise resp&tiye'laambers not .wbavl said you, said.owi(1y b1 :
dep the.Wlldernes. ;-and here may seen: : l* 'IGYNille 'ti1 Ig tg1W et,.'=- : .
\ tvbatever \vaspaid to:theytie*, of 'I go in th ypu1kL J (. ,1 pai4
I An incident of rather a 'crated:,spot,that *silently :proclaims t egard :J&' '. "", ; did say \ l a1

thriWng character, ,fook place.upoa this the traveller; 'the'glOri; us' :deeds.of tai! :family, rrI nd hip.Vive'husband* weresejKaratS 'and chil.rfren'fro .: -- '' 7 # .ri; saidhea1t'.. ':-.I.t .j.b11 did, rGU'4 ,"1. .......t4' ..
14.le.abou The .' __ -_-- frottiHheir ;, ', : jis'winnfng fi l'c1&a
latter part Jctober - ''' .. .q." ,Pope :
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Jtt8t.ii'ct( doubt1sjj "Sd' ,.t. WM.ttfD|>eWfo'! ,Ifetcro fee > HHeir r nii.Vhilo: beingibus :- > _, r % suut.oixjoine.iyir r *A yo niftt atepped'j la be.kk "
be'Fiid'ifl: siqtitwieian4; during I hi.jr4th.,U4S1II0: 'i if ra" husband .. DI.1tie *
!ihe.tecoUettlori' ,, meted mules, an'f asked .for 4Yz ;
\ ? .* : 'store :;
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tlo *eiti'the In hpeIe&4feOt
nf UU'Monroe JUTifatiuit .
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The result of the"late Democraticw by some.indhj4ual or otherfbleiK Whig ii'Ttesff are men an > l'

i ". "JACKSONVILLE.: AUGUST,SU! 184&, ,1 Coycntjpbch trpn{" &" F 1 g efwfth* a fertifimagination/: .:_- ,|that So\ttl1ern\ Whigs have1upheld. as_ .la rtht eesure a grcttthoUhioa a1fat4o1tst. H.a: .
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.. *w unexpected biWhigjethpl j te. day MrfCABELL'8; address at | rd.hl. \+Out upocb such subserviency,: :so,acted ,after tire& _

I i ; ly diBconc ftod ill ifeeir little preliminary neihismttten/the-trifling; fact'tfeatTTewas --siiith' tt"ckpon the poor man!-, more'Convention, we! shodld" _.

' 1 arrangements, seems to have not present being no i impediment to These are'the men and measures that .been_ :ble?*ed.yith.the aeUa3i

"" ,' roused them to great :wrath upon"the the imagination which: devised the the Democratic party< have ever contended .. '4Mr.some Polk and 'vigwowi'We have'fKjmini,. !! tm5ii, ".: i

propriety conventions in general.One .- toasts. 'rhc'tbing Democracy against These. .are the men aridmeasures .giJa.l.
i rorBepresentaiive Congress: was over .at the, ,bottom of.tremble, and t' ...
might naturally 'suppose from the was dead*, It had been.killed i I by" which we seek->'to* defeat-by .to.disappoint' 'that eatf Yltj. vO :
j} A.'KAIN r' 'i-f'L v
; : ,warmth of the "Sentfnel". uptm the subject ; a dinner... Mr.. 'CABEJJ. was nominated. ieifpgk: DeniQcjAtiL! Representative-i K ln, Let us be onaniwea ,
: ew WEar -- '-
4g .8.18A. .that Whiggery, had' 'never. 'touched' JJq ,is-now before- the. people; Florida, from ,FlorHar ,Let the people rcaem-: Whigs well know ourstrenhw: .. .
'i::. EH0CR4.TIC ,cet1ftTr'celfVEK. the :that" it contend for" not I ted AU efforts divfdens. wb. T
.' any dirty thing of kind,- ,a'ctbegrea' DINNER NOMINEE, her that;we principles, ""
r : ced, ,; ,will be found to
Jt: H TiOZV .' up proceed Trail
1 had never felt die ,propriety/of consulting v men, Mri'Kiifl 'isbut 'a representa.tive .
.f !: ,Pursuant to previous notice meeting I Gfen'8s's the scheme thus devised !them, though sometime made by wtfc
. t : tHe' is not for h'fm 'Bt
wishes of the in behalf of It we
the people ) .
; the i ,party<< I n 'sheep'S# c..othing.V .
and sagacious
' 3 i of the Delegates of the different precincts i I .. completed : *
: : '*$ of those who were to repreaen'thelr interests ,are struggling, but.for our principles. \ are stil trembling*with' int.
> Whiggery of East Florida and although .
, 4 i in Duv. l county,,met in C6nven.t ,
: that utah ,Let, all ,unite, 'then Democrats' und anxiety about bur fate on the
> ,-:in fine, l least any 'themselves TIfiI'
'fb the Court they, have thus secured to .
:t House Jacksonville '
4. ; in the Senate
.. electiOn question ----:our hope
I such vulgar a t ingJns'a conventionldever Whigs,' securing bis Do III
.t ,.. \.I t:, .n Moaday the 17th of August, for the unfadjng! Iqur,1.] ,,)et, tp'oiir .ujter asrtqnishment '; .with 'Nor'th predominant-we (ear only 0ctfMr. tbI,"...
!I : ;t purpose-of'selecting) two candidates to been heldby Whigs, ip this ,State i it_ ':doqji not' :meet with i the not Southern Whigs'vote. Hay wood, of North Carolina; th

represent this in the,next State If,the,"Sentinel! will only refer 4o its 'ntbusi,, sticreceptionintbe i Middle and era Whigs) j it the- Capitojj_ _:Mr- GABBLI- ;signed to-dayj but we yet, deem Mr.

::-, ;.tt .'rf' I 'Legislature.On county ,columns of about eighteen.months'since, "Western- portion of our State, to'which 'then is not,,y,. He will,aid in .selves-.--safe-.:*)?ll-kftut.:another..c *4
,r ..'';".,J. _in the number for January: ,:.28tb,, 186. it is ofright entitled. Whether':'oiir carrying on .this: ,war of rproscnptfAaagainsniie \V. --I.. H.: ,' QUrLtrWJ.&ct
:ww: : motion A. A. Canova, Esq., was jn'J''Mr. Kdil h"
; : we
it will there find I the astounding: i. puor.But
** ,printed Tallahassee 'friends feel aggrieved be. P. S. Our Land Bill -
> ;: t : called to the chair, and Doctor M S.- t which hi,
j?:Ri.T4t:,*V'*< i Hyains, was appointed secretary. fact that Whigs have actually been cause' they were' not J1vite ,to the dinner 'can confide, THe AVHigs, w1imighty {{ rnajke ,a been saved i in the House by ,such cle*

.: ; The object of the Convention having guilty of holding a convention, and that whether. they arc determined tospoil effort at ,the ,pett Congress voting? is:not,worth much,as it stanfe,
t>i'4'4'Ml; too, one of the worst kind, one where intrigue whiehis not of their perpetuate their ,outrageous high Tariff and will not; pass the Senate; boi, j fc
been fully explained, on motion of Dr. every it time and'
saves enables
for '
: See that have a friend the the Senate ,
the members had not even! passed own concocting, we know not.' :Certain you upon
it t lo 'offer
Hyams, was ns Another
Hif '- through the form,of being elected. << from it:i is'that Tallahassee sts''o' having spot to'secure'your interests. For .Mr, which House amendmeat: f
\ That of we may pass our the'
Resolved a majority the -' 01
!%!: :$.* \ rotes of this Convention be sufficient for the respective counties. Here it is: cis' good wines, as good dinnersahdtis, 'KAIN, alone, you can vote. :Give i ; him a matter will J] drop for the 'Weseat bet .

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in the hearty, and enthusiastic. vote. The hapmness -* ween' the t\vpfr Houses, ony to
of the dinner-eaters
:>: 3 i it the nomination of candidate whose "At a meeting Whigs good as any place refiTs

;t.. 'f. ? name might! be brought any: forward in thisConvention. the various sections i tof Territory, State,-rand equally, certain it is, that of millions,may, depend. upon:it. again with,repewpd vigor, foi siney thj.neaSureofpracticalaouad great
convened at the Capitol, on.the evening : sound
claim have directionand
irl;lrt.i.t of the 25th inst., it was considered. and I they to supreme I.ETTEU FflOfl1TJI. 3JROCIEX.iitovuu policy and strict justice, caiot...,
:; f ontrol in 'all political matters understood '
flk'A The Delegates then proceeded to resolved, that some suitable, person 'properlyfand, imd

t <. make: nominations: Col. John,M....Pons, should selected and proposed to the throughout the .State.. Their feelings Annexed vye give ay letter receivedby its way every year; ,
:E n nominated Benj. Frisbee, Esq., of Black] Whigs and the people of Florida, as have been, apparently, ,wounded by the_ Editor of the Floridian\ m the Yours 'We ...B. .
candidate for Delegate to Congress.' Hon.V H. BabcEBNB ouQBi It is
their Eastern brethren. CONGRESS. adjoined
frfi t 4 They are at a *This body'
Creek, and Dr. Hyams, nominated A; I
*: ,lvr. .Rii : Whereupon, a committee was appointed, exactly what might'havo been expected J \
A.Canova of Jacksonville.Which ]1 loss how to proceed. It is too late to the 10th inst. at noon. .
t; to advise upon the matter, and report to
, ;;.;,:t.;:i| nominations received the the meeting. The Committee, after have' a Whig State Convention especially from a whole souled, _Democrat,-:"from The ,appropriation bills, as wl learn P

: ;' :# pt unanimous vote of the convention. due deliberation, suggested. name of as they have been, drubbing the a man whose every.hope.and.eort\was, from the Union 0 are coraromiT

.i ;: :, On motion it was 1 I Hon. JOSEPH LANCASTER, of Democratic party for holding one.- solely for, the success of Democratic ses mutually satisfactory to the fituse,

I W Mi4'kSi; 4; Resolved, That the Convention will Duval County. They don't like to uphold? Mr. CABELL, principles-who cheerfully submitted i and the Senate Having been c1fecte p-

: t and thenominees The report was unanimously concurred unless they are compelled so to do.- to the resignation individual honors, on all of them. tl
cheerfully unanimously support in and motion it resolved
jt : ,e c: on was ,
" ':t'/rc:" ofthis convention for the nextLegislative nem. con. propose a compromise. We:recommend when circumstances s made it appear ne The two million Mexican bilWthanew

, a r-i.1 I: : : I' Council.On I. 1st. That the meeting pledge them- the Whigs to have another cessary fpr the benefit of those princi. : post route bill, and others less important -
.:i\f h"** 'I motion of Oliver Wood, selves heartily to the support of the no- ,Nominating Dinner in Tallahassee. pies. This letter cannot 1uh3ve great have perished between the tw4

attt* Resolved That the mination, and earnestly: recommend it We shall then' have two great WHIG effect. It is jhe' warm effusion of one Houses. /
I proceedings of
to the consideration of their fellow citi. '
'f "J :: ibis convention he published .n, "The zens, DINNER: NOMINEES. Democracy will be capablq of making generous sacrifices; Arozirs BY'ran PEsI EcT.-Tp
, ; lr ': k'Hcd, and Whiggery shine with'Juc- -of one upon whom Florida bestowedher \
News 2nd. That a Committee be appointed ; ,. the Union we find the following appoint
: : to and address to'the cess and good,eating, voice in the.council of the nation,
publish an
!f i : There being no further business, on prepare merits by an4 ,\vith the advice and con
ffiti .their in spite of the falsest] libels showered
r people, inviting' co-operation. '" "t '
; motion the convention adjourned. sent of the Senate, ISAAC H. UBONSOX,
him-of. wbo'vith but few
A. A. CANOVA, chairman. Again we ;present the following extract of- the has upon one to be Judge of the United States District .
[2 / M.' S. HYAMS, from a late number of the "Na. ardent personal (friends,-worked Court for Florida.
'i secretary., been proclaimed. The great Democratic ;
; through his. .abilities' and undying ener
r!A ; ___ tional Intelltgeneer" the great Arcb-Or- CHANDLER C. YONGE to be, United
of'the ,
. ; ID* We received Western papers of Whiggery which happened to measure-. Congress of 1846 gy a: name, .bothfor hisState: and him

; i>y the last mail but the Southern Jour gan catch has resulted* in'a Democratic. ,victory.- self. ,East'Florida.will not-soon' forget States Attorney fpr Florida,
our eyes; JOSEPH D. Jhu> NB, tb-Uittd
nal. This is not the first time that The second jn the series Democratic hinu.. 'Hewn. her-fttrorUe.---Hc' :was
; "At_ the'Whig ,C.onventioD.whleh.waa, :- States Marshall for,Florida
measures has just beeWiccOmplished.lttook.usyears '
Ilrfttl they Jiave failed us. Can our freudi.I held Monday week her chosen apostle for the. defence of
at Baton Rouge on ,
I :in --Tallahassee, inform us where the William De Buys, of New,Orleans,-was. to overthrow* that den Democratic;. institutions.. His interests FRENCH SPOLIATION BILJ,.-In the Sen

iV: tropblelles. nominated ,the Whig 'candidate for of corruption, 'the'Nation'at Bank. It were closely identified with'her, He has ate, on Monday last, the veto on,the

I the office of Governor of Louisiana_ ,and has; taken us years to overthrow that been made a ,victim to the dema ds of French Spoliation bill was taken up. auS.
At the election for officers of
I ::1 JIll.: Edward Sparrow for Lieutenant Gov.. monstrous iniquity, a high protective another section of the State. But he the question put; HSJiaJl the bill, l bfr
I :Militia: Companies, held in this town on In giving the proceedings of
-i ernor. Tariff. But it has been partially accomplished come a law, the1 veto not withstand ing."
I SSaturday last, Messrs. J A. BARBEE, the Convention the Tropic.remarks: :- retires witli the approbation ,of.all. At

, i and GEORGE HOLMES, were%chosen Cap. "We. have been. : present at many ,Whig And as at their' 'former' the moment of ,resigning: power he, 'possesses 'The vote was ,ypas7, nayjrla, which

' :. S-. lains. Messrs. A. A. CANOVA and J. Conventions, and we, have often witness defeat, the. .- Whigs howl with impreica*., more friends than he ever had not]>ejng.the requisite majority ;of twt

4 ; : ed the.outbr akings ,of Whig ,enthuskasm : tions impotent 'rage arid revenge. before. He gives us the motto of Democracy thirds, ,. theJbill did, not,become,a,law.; f
First (;.
t ; LONG Lieutenants. Messrs.
,1 but do not remember ever to Their first defeat took ,
;, we from, them the
letter from
,-"Principles not Men.. ,As A J Adjutant General Jose,
S.-L. Second
GOFP and JOHN indications
PUICE, have seen ,'more significant of ,the of widowsand '
: :i$ Lieutenants, of that spirit which; .ensures, ,success 'I power, applying money "tie, success- of democratic; principles: states that; the,Court Martial proceed'
: I than a.t' Baton Rouge. Air but,a few orphans to corrupt purposes Their this State', 'now. ,.de end ,OpOI) the eleo ings inf the case of CaptJS. B.Thorato

. r DISTRESSING, CASUALTY.-On the- !' small parishes were ,represented, c-. second 'defeat prevents them, from.I lining, tion of'ithe ',regularly nominated candidate 2d DragPQfisv have come(hand. 'Ths y

p. j tnorning of the 24th inst., the son, of &c.:" the'pockets o wealthy master?majufa*>. he calls upon) :nH tp' :give Q exhibit! the gratifying fact,; that be is .

; I : 4f Mr. MOODY of this place, a young lad of Still further,-have not the Whigs turers with the hard earnings of the undivided support.1 Tbiotir; \bounden ,acquitted all the charges on"which h.'

i._ E : About six years of age, terminated his even been guilty of so vulgar a thing as i farmer, Hinc ill I'lacllrymt%. Hence duty. If we. ,.have any, desire. to se I was.t ded, _
Lt _.
,I-. L'4 ..l .existence in a manner as singular as it holdinga, Convention, in reference to their ge.- heir despair! ,-their determination cure the onward, progress .o['.freedom- DEMOCRATIC MEETING.- v

1 4 *tt1: R -was appalliag. It appears that he had the approaching e1.e.ction.Ve ..appre of revenge. nnd equal[ rights, ,WQ,>must effect> it.,-- At a" democratic meeting1 of the BlacV

1 :: obtained possession of a pistol that had hend they have To he sure, they never .! The rallying cry of Whiggery haa Our vital interests'ara' at"'stake i in :the creek 'precinct, held on Saturday'tn '*

been hidden from him his fath constituents in 'the i been proclaimed. It is ,to be "Panic '
tl : long by consulted their ev nt. Another Whig! Congress may 15th August, for the purpose otappoiaitingDelegatesto'attend

;. -r.:1: : er. Mr. MooDyIiad long age endeavor. matter,-but that is the same :defect: and Proscription." Distress, misery, give us another high; .Protective Tariff. : '*'County Convention -" ,

: ed to explode it. but in vain. He had they Charged upon: 'the Injte .Democratic und national poverty are ,to'' be paradedand Another Whig Congress may" squander to'be-held: *t' Jacksonville, tot '

left needle in the touchhole which "To be it was composed trumpeted throughout the.)larid.-. .
t. ,1 : a Convention, sure, : millions; local j improvements inwhich;: ) the pa.pose-.of ndmjnating two suiUbl*'

J broke off as he was endeavoring to of only some' fifteen individuals J 'The. manufacturer, Is to bo ruined, His the people reap no advantage.'. 1 AnOther candidates to represent) us in the nei|"

?: : .pick it. The boy found the pistol and but the cause and object must, here betaken .factoriesare; to be closed, and his work 'Whig Con3resamay. .a, WhjgPre* ,Lower,House'of' 'the Stale 'Legislators''

J I : I 1 paving also obtained a percussion' cap, into consideration,, We,are not men discharged, Those'manufacturers ,sident. 'We repeat. it,. Mr.:, :KAIN. must, ,for the ensuing year,

4Jb made. several ineffectual attempts to 6rei11.vt to impugn Conventions in general bee; howeverwho will condescend to be satisfied and,shall elected.l .
i On
morin, L. ,:).. :Bennett, was calledto
kti it off .t.length he struck t againstthe I cause Mr C, BELL's''jnter.elts were not with a profit of 30 percent abovo; .. W SnJNGTON, July-25th, 1846. the chair i and '
and in \ will But the .. f, Joseph Finegaa,; apt
bricks of the chimney place, better represented. The \ 'higs"ery' a foreign price, proceed. TothZdiorof the Floridian: :

i i t A second. the. contents passed .through naturally came_ to the conclusion that wages of their workmen are to be razeed. Dear Sir:.1 have Just, seen in your pointed, secretary, ..l ,
After the J
-. the nomination, of that some by .
whole ,
bis body, breaking two of his rib* and hey must adopt some.rery unusual expedient From one fourth Jo one third .of paper \ '
He, the mechanics be deducted souled democrat William A. : Kain, or chairman, explanatory. pf. theobject'the ..
t : coming out at the, hack. lingered some, thing to startlo.and' to wages :arp to Franklin our candidate for the -
House it
I : in a great agony for abaat xwdve hours amaze, in order to awake the dormant / But if his revenge will not,permit -'in3OthCongeas..* J congratulate- you"i ':(*r eetitig1orpoflon'esofvecJ? That r 'WA_ **,-,be. -1".
delegates tpt
: when, happily, ,death,relieved him; from powers of 'Whiggery, Their scheme, him tp .accept.of such moderate profits, 'and.ther'democracy oil the happy 'result*:i ; this attend tke *

;4 ; Jiis torment Let this be a war iag to was fcerfeet. We 'shall"hancl jt..clown.toimmortality 'j he is to take,, .his spite out of I Hi workmen arid, the, unanimity;(with ;whkh 'tC. fas*' pointedby: meeting to' '
1 1i : \\effec ed. He is : County Convention:at Jacksonville, 04 .
All i A GBAND NQAJiNArTING ,..:and-first out"of ,hiS tiemoqraticworkmen. ; .. pareats : all can, f4eOlynndsafelral1y! ; It: the, 17th'.inst, 'for. : the 'purpose abotementioned. ,
This beautiful; I scheme which ,
I devisedto : : ,
DINNER the'thing .
TEE' RAINI.-At' length the deluge was is the more,gratify ing to me 'as 'it does '" .

-:; has'subsided. 'The continued rains for, blast forever the ptospeetsvof' Democracy -' was first. ,devised" by th*,, Tribune. .the ullju.stjcft.tjotheAVestj.ariiira: ( handsome : ', 1 Whereupon' 'J;, .W, ., Scott Moaefu t-e.

: days jaad jfiy nights have ceased.jSteamooaU I ,* A hue and cry is made in the organ. of :WKiggery, aod.a.coxtpi4nItyp9d3 .,r$urp.for: tta fine Tote:of rFrarifi-- ,; r ? ,! ,
fty Richard Dillon M. &
prcscott : HyaaJy1
: : ,
lin ut the last ekction.-v ; {
travel village Palatfia. jiiat MrErisvilI, of. g has. already be Q, .acted upon. : .
t longer "
fiaapQ upon and D..J I&: (
I have.not,been PrescOltj were appointed ,
them : vis/t} AS,there Qn jihe'.12th November ,1844, this friend nyyetfurtheradvisedof : ,
i ,the 'roads, and his ,.0.01 necessary: for do the Jipnor.jpf a the detail !of:the,proceedings of the del&g tes., '; "s ,'v, :
visit hiS and,cotton are, only ,fifteen.\WJjJgs in the town: the of,the people published the following; ,: '
the planter jtp corn, 1 .- .' Convention, than: byithe; short summa The meieting jwasaisp} .dcH-esse b l tJ.'
The W JJearereerns Democrats :invited to join'them ie a "But if, through this j ,oafeful result 'of I take it:for '
-: : rops in a canoe. : ,ter are ; : ry your.paper. : .' : granted- ,'Col.Jj 5. Pole! piber.cjernocrats ,ex
have exhausted his.stock, and, dinner of fepeptjbn. l1cdet'the',.assifrancelfnlfif > the. orcwinour- :" !//factories and. 'work.... al %was summary. in the end' by: the uri- : I
,& to J rmitted' tie citizens of inunated -,, + Hitoiayepopart; 1., harztc.ter. 'shop8rshtfujd be deprived' ,o( employm ., .inrpous"YoAeJorrlCainby: ; ;; 'possibjl-} :,plaioJog 'jthjs,'principles of _da.nipcrtcy, W : ,

: lo have ; entyc:' those: who,hav$,L+ttl'jl .ityj'aijy; iee1ingof( .lrrn'tIOQ'.l11'se.'D. .and ''reeomm'eo.tJidlf laii i :.W#, :..l' ,

,; jtudjr iprapthing. lse The affair canie,qfll.;.l'tand 4bp gb' faithfully,aJ'' aveft'theseca* .the progress{, BO-Bianyiallots ;amorig, 'derijdcrajticraqks: : : 'duj).l:$ft
,han bydr&ciydwrnetcras, ,and hy,4ropathy Mr. CABELL did not arrive':until tw&:' lamlti '..6e iheir Jasfvjciik*. Jt i is.theircltright. .,the'friend*.ftf-nMfx Ybnge' 'and' Judge' 'Ingc, anyjjss*''1;,' '" t :ji ...

all pverbie was:but a mere irlfiey ,Jn. *. % Have Inot r gadedwithsmy 1r0us9aI or; : evert thoseL :persevering i% c '
t < -* f p.n nqtjQfl t: JQk jHR; : i
( .''pf 5comiliroent i or, hatred; the, >-prosperity, of ,frienda.whdjBUs.taijQedBiejwnicbhftaiioitbeen : t : ,
stead ot _
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: '' B4ii! excessive\ win { mere'Vjjg'd! ..I. their:'f1) oY, T8).hetbYeLithe Ala;, P OI '! already' hajjdso J ely: bpledintheotebaconirendas { following tesolatJOB* were tiBa.WftbU1failapI. Jf
dane Utde or o piury 49-: the rojps. .thingy.asmade\ ; _> V: *> .t < ,(9 ,p1,.f91D1' 4)*.( w ., p }, :: 1\$ infallible) : dA g4 .f '-'" --j oIf. ; *j" III,

The Tegjfn":rfong he St. 3which : ,Dinne .. t1f )' 'i J.Yh'cb."trq1." 4:.\ en.t' CQ te whenev.ctthefeeUqg monies on-tdthihkofthe'VVhiEs }. Ri. edi"Jj'; t'hrw', fp fiUt:, s *. ,,
.\ S tics and. eatables. were' :derou t1CC79Ccand .4el hT..,. ',,8, 1e.dM4.J 1 f i : triumphiriir' at ou : : .1 n cs 'r T'&je 17anpproQith a: .
ti qat! ,If\ : : t ... ': ., '-te.r.: '.r ,; ows ti U J : '
t :Crops i dJy 4k!gf : .. gJJ.I P1JI l. )'cij ea t n P ;':!.el iW1ng, ( -*- i"r i** ** ..
J1jgldJ .favor 1!.. i: \ : : w- \\.J'14f'fJ i Kaio, as .jUsrjwntatife)\'J..J I ,1
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e gat 8.1 En&tan ee oweAxeo -':1a c11 i'fiitti' .t W.stgerY',1ie-'j-eUHi p. and'iWkfikiicFitW e1tIiIW tw ,,tv'n t.OlnuIBe, 1.::" dr......'.II't.-.Wbiggery'...IIU.., d&tNMka:a iid iieliisbnto'A. ; Wlf1' \H! ; rI;: :", r .(!1I'>the.obecibr, .>>llany !..ii..11* :hORo. bt..oJ .l.fI1e,. ..-:RIt..." f.t1'" t'i.r, i' .. !.t; ,'i \

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.... dc1CtjVCIy t'io these duties Imml bear in mind that it is CdNGRESSJONAL. : -'- .if'-' -r1 '
place. I shall in i her if 1
,Ildiv'id111Y go up enD get A on uial .,,, ,liMilqt '\ '
t1orseIreI The *r'i7.j
all'hO OrabJeeUr oas t aecure' the poor whoconsumethegreated4qzin. Senate, on th, 8th inst..immediately ,&ff.! :, In,,the' :meantime Gen. Worth ishunting ennest,was addre wd. by "' imJ '; \ .

e oCili 'nominees pftbe County -- tity of articles of.ihe 6m necessity!there ballot for after..uemble- ; proceeded to a camp for the troops at.pointhigher. "Prisoner,jot: hat*hear thproeca .

; be e1ection hld t Jackson" being fur other.substitute; and, President a :President pro tern, the Vice up on .the San Juan,.and ptr? tVW for habitat. .dronVemijt :wlM
COIIreatiolto! .b8 having announced his deter- ties WIll'soon' be thrown fotwara in, ) S
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\ be yty to.wy ioyour defeiwr -
nssve'whigs though we "profess to
\ absent the
lOst. minajjon of.being .remainder the .
111tb dlreciionrIG ier y.-
Wothinsr !
OIithe fcoedr bat
rifle tepeseh friends of the distribute )f the session. Mr. please yog *
Tbt if I1DY ofa ii e 'a the people never Atchison; ob the BRAZOS SANTUOO, July 31st. habitual. thirst1! : .
JaolpeJ, duties in : 8th ballot,Was chosen ; ..
prevented from Wend impart proportion to I The Louisiana Volunteers have been -I :: ----\ i -5- v ) _
those Who attend wealth, but 10 misery and poverty,. duties ,The greater part of the day afterthis I Ij 'dlsbaoded1us; yOu will have hear4; ere this ; '* e "?"< _Y., ;
convenuon, was' executive session. *Di'ic4| il.i* lif, on the 13th insf. :
ihe spent in, reaches1: : locking downto WALEN4.
jag authorized to cast the vote 9t this i : I i upon these articles will be' highly Jn,the House, the .cpnsideraUoQ of the bar, here to embark for homo on Inn of,l'ssnrn.M'o, ly,a4 (\yr" ,
J'e rt according to the ba6li of rp': i productive of revenue, to government, the appropriation bills yet pending between the Alaliam'a, UcKiro and other craf, |, ,, ; -tr..1.raCtlhf't tapevf cnoneturtfitb la iL.| many; il.lfIDB,death rarnnji fihchtot S

peci decidpd on by the cpnven for it is the'poor who constitute.'the great i "the two Hou-Scs'occupi -a considerable Poor fellows! they look rough and, 'already fivrn (fo (Mirepti, lo ..i.c.4mf(p
J eseoutio, number, and this great number great,um .. portion for the morning i :session. worn, arid all appear glad to return C'I"'I1.t".chiUren hi.dmih.tin:. .atm l, the' nf"alt rrid dim..Ol&l*.I.u tV. 9al'l.fiertttseil of a 4 .

j ')Q. furnish Taxes on 'luxuries would'cause,.them :Important: message was read from home. Some of them no doubt, remember 1htot.ith; .hh k "a4 Jiftsilr\ wrtft
Resolved. That the sectary the President of the United States on how enthusiastically thej cried Itaint. 4urngifii.{ .b.4! e of tjietf father- 1M :::' .
'fJa klOnville Nws" to meet with a'dull sale, and' the duties the subject of our Mexican relations of ," IIb' far .
Editors of the out for a sight of Montezuma's anus, | *y'v'"14r.J! t.J; .tt."I'd.r.- ;
be the proceedings of thisJlleet would remain unpaid.-besides such which a:copy" of ,s whtrh "ltel been rnaUeo 1,. it .
rUh a copy throe !
o'clock.the House
\ -. with a request<< to publish taxes afford no facilities to the' manufacturer took, a leces, They now.seem perfectly satisfied with' 'v...not.dnemeil',a fUn' ,:iou4.pUthtne) bow S S

IIg, to grow rich. faster than his until five. : ,baying! seen I tbp elephant, .A. braver? flI"lb"' sender nipifds; a melanrnoly'proof.-* 'S.
dlem, To the Senate and House af Hepresentativcs :, sef qf,tfoo'ps ueter rulliedtq.thejrcQun.. Thfa ball .'''''ed thrfttjjh ,.b\9 liver, shockingly lac** 5'

Reso1v4 That this meeting adjourn neighbors\ and t yield no- surplus. !revenue.. of the Vniied ,Stales: try'a aid, and it.llas beers bard, indeed,' : rating.i'. ind s"',.frmj in it4 coitrse.tie* !rrelic arlM7"V .- 5-
I .Iir,lIunl, !l tlx*raiualtyreaed ""t..rr*.......,. .
dosoher _
That not goes a duty Iinvite aU the that -
your propriety they have bee -compelle tp'l leave T114 PNf IM.r.Llworor'.4e.----" ":: t

,&tdit.L.. S. BENNETT, chairman, 'of-1000..Der v.enL upcu .urti4of "The king-arr-appropriation; *.to' provide the enerny's ppuptry without an opporiunjty was nf' mourn il** )loss, fter s U.gerinig -
secret ry. -first necessity, which duties shallay -for nnr expenditqre: which, it may pf displaying their gallantry up- : 1gfS11fflfl iInp( *-f of an aff<*cti(mato ,.if... ,tba tedet
Futkr 3e to male in advance infant fan ily-now ,hath ioexorableth.
JQfUff necessary for the battle field What have
in such a manner specifics on they "f" S.
by means of pierced tlf I oom of parrtital afirctioa. Qtliesanctuary .
the purpose of settling all our di1 cul. endured however has been) 'worse than
r..11 r hnw S
4slrpt :" thy flftrthry vlrtory.,_ But
nU1SIcATED.] minimums. and other artifice,. that. the ties with the Mexican
It ism the
[ republic. twenty patties! and they deserve of private "iirf we dare not invade. ..

.,\''-.nlI.- --.- people shall feel, but not see their opera- E,. sincere' :: -desire. to. terminate_ ____u____, as__ _it_ ,,thanks_ ,of. their .country. for the. readiness T,a stricken and tn.orr nr rwrent.". would eom. '

It will I lie remembered by our read t tio;. To blind the eyes of the agriculturist was originally to avoid, the .existing n"with T which; they- Iel'thomo and the;.rratinIy moral bud> '.ny) U: Dratli'a shall). Uloom wintry.nmler;iii.i the ctletttai, S

our Ust number, we spoke of will impose enormous duties uponsucI' war with Mexico by a peace.just raQd ",ealthand ease; and for the patience atHpicea! of _n more eflalgent sun,.into a superior ; S
mit" to subterfugeto honorable to both parties It is probat an4 .yen cheerfulness with which most power eternul fa the '''1. p..
. the Whig party resorting of products, as set competition at ble that the chief obstacle to be sure pf them submitted to the sufferings.andennui : __ -d 5,
their plans and inveterate defiance and need no tion. mounted in tASSKNGKUS. :
further pro accomplishing desira- which await, an army in a hot
Per ttearner Si. Mattbew from Savannah Aaf t
their power. To substantiate this, we The democratic legislator reasoneth ble object, will be tho adjualmeni of a f limate while in a state of mac tivity. I7ih.-MJ.*", ftJr *r'. S. M. BondClucU. ,. ...

need nut tas! either the memory or after this fashion-taxes on the articles bqun.da.ry b hveep'the two .republics: 3en. Baylor will leave Matamoros Th'l4I. ., '

seekers after truth.- which shall! prqve tisfactory- nd con tQ marrow for Camargo. ---- :. .
of ne of luxury, arc excellent-they are the For..Key West.
judgment venient to both, and .such as neither will Capt Hardee of the 2d Dragoons has S

AVe/W stopty refer them to the de- 'only! sumptuary laws permissible. They hereafter bp inclined to disturb In the just arrived here, with instructions to UUiayillUlNIA.will! tail for the above :

Tetfpeinent made at the" last session of diminish the effects in some degree of adjustment qf this boundary, we ought drill and make soldiers of the 120 recruits .TUE :An:u.t. Fa,"....&. anpJj7

digress; kook'at the course pursuedby the excessive inequality! of fortunes, bycornpelingthenf1ueiva to pay 3 fair equivalent for any conces. I for his Regiment. This is the i Capt.on\Villey[}'QBrd.A Jackwntilfr'or/Uta..

be 'Wig members upon every sub. \ pay dear. for: siohs which may be made by .Mexico. officer who was selected by the Executive -! ..?u.i 14th. .a4G._ :. J .
before Under these circumstances, and considering I to visit France, and l learn.'the tac. S '
jecibf: naunril interest brought their superfluities out of Xbeir surplu the, other complicated questions tics of the French cavalry. The proficiency .$25: Reward .'
The Democratic party hav- incomes. Now necessariesmust Twrntj fife U.'U4r re"Ird for information that,
Gneress. : taxes on to be ?settled by negotiation with he attended in. their school, is S
will lead to conviction nf any withe prrtoo for Lik
int; a cen'm majority in the Lower b6 l laid Ijgbjly, for if otherwise, the Mexican republic, I deem it important clearly shown in thp able manner in UngnrmarkinganyoImy llux. Cattle. Or $3.

Hus, find Whig opposition lessloleDt.fKno"ing the duties will be paid by the ppor, by that a sum of money shall be placed which he imparte4 his knowledge to the foranj B2ickwhi' <<:\ maybe guilt of the above aA. :

2 such opposition tofce chil under the control of the Executive, to Regiment on return nvts the fence wiihoiit mv permiMion \VJLLEY.. S.
too much from their
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subtracting be advanced, if need be, to the government chief means pf bringing H i tp its present JacluonilleAuguoi: . B-
fnvless, we find policy directing dren's fojd. As the right qf fostering of that republic immediately after complete efficiency. Administrator's Notice. -

thpnto make no unnecessary displaypf any particular branch of indnstry by their rat,if] jon of a treaty. It mightbe The N. Q. Times of the 6th Inst. says: SIX MONTHS afar date,I .haU) t apply( to tL.. .

te cloven foot"-although there patronage or tax, is highly inconvenifnt for the Mexican govern -A private letter from Point Isabel informs .James T..o'Nr ll.Judc-ot: P..ulNUt'tI fur
government ,the cunnty CI(riaj.ju, fur a del! >arte at AJmiabtrntor. -.
weJ demonstrations! there made sum I questionable, and the policy of elevatingone ment to wait for the whole sum, the us that Gen. Worth has been ordered on the following K.iatr,.."is: SpkerCbri",>_

and reflect- 1 payment ofvhi h ocay be stipulated by to lay out.a camp for 10,00,6,men topher and Sam'",) S.Chrutul' .r.Ule tar .1ori. a, .
pitflf palpable for a reading class of citizens tq thq disparagement this treaty until it could be ratified by at Camargor a.n.d establish l a depot dn afrd. SI'ICEIl C. URADDOCK. .

fnr'people! to 4educe the principles, of another, is mrectly antagonistic our Senate an.4 an appropriation to carry ; sixty miles from thore, on the roqd'tolOR .;.llftU Court A.Iintni Hoiue.u .irHtir. ou raitl> Eat.tea.r. .

rtiich induced them. to the spirit of our popular institutions It into effect made by Congress Montery., N,,., County.A gut Hih 184G. ) 6.. ...

where there 'will these duties that Indeed the necessity for this delay might _
__ In tbe Senate, was a !, -I so lay NOTICE.q
defeat jhe object altogether. The dis [ : THC IZWS.j .
prospect for them by dint of misrepresentation while they raise revenue sufficient to IN pnMoancf of the r"q"w.t of parties jnterea
burs ment of this would.of course
money H. Noticti"l..rf"L"p.vrn dllSIX WF. Ks :
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and the like, to defeat the salutary defray the expenses pf government be Accounted for hot as secret service In tenrth: aunt, Vvo roaro'tl in.tainOVr 'rrr'.he, date' bring- I hall- apply to iho Iuno

legislation of the administration, economically and wisely administered, money, but like other expenditures.Two many a weary mflf, ble tlie. Judge of I'robntea, fur Ala b... county,
the of precedents for such a proceeding Hut r the Exe utiTe extend arm U.t.b.wuhI'soMsmIfr ,
to cri/plethe powers of thpy. shall protectionover &JUS 5WIo- S--- -- J 1'---" ..... Ij Jia.r.4 fIt"d. au 'nr.i'd .i- C-7--
exist in our history during. the *.. | ; --.. OSllISECKlNGEL
past /
?o precipitate the ipto dishonorby all the great interests of the country .
attrrrrntsiratlon. of "Mr" Jefferson, to !n rain; Vvf tried, .in unny .cJimn(; J Nf".n ,.illef;Augjj 14th.,13i6. 6t ,

temporising .with a at.ioawliub affording. 1*' prrtfcfiprj ftniplp and which I would call your aUenti p'. Qp. T*>. Ant, froqi DIY>i "crr', NOTICE. '. .

pad visited upon us both insult and injury equ qJ. the 26th February 1802, an net was S5H merafry mrnf 1ft !tlPP! !eT timoq N the "'CQnel Af...!,( y of Ortober-next, w* '

and by withholding timely succor, Democrats of Florida, in the former passed appropriating two millions oi I never can rur, t. O will apply f" tfie Hon. Jorf n of Probate for--* .
"for the of defraying the county ofNuMau.forn final discharge from th .
soldiers behold E. Cabell/in purpose '
brave !
to onr we see legislator '
you which'may Amid the weary cares cU.y, ExC"Culonhip of the E lap pf John Stanza, 1st. ..

everj Whig on the "aui ptw." Whpn the latter \\?m. A. Kain. Choose which any be incurred extraordinary in the expenses intercourse betweenthe And in the nht.'still hour, of said county, decea M.JOSEPH. BKRGALLO.DOMIN .'.,.t (-

tbe Ne& Tariff Bill was to be passed of the two shall be your legislator. United States and foreign nations," I'! sought (for some nod cheering my. q %COSTA, t' ('

which was. to relieve the !labor Were it not for the detestable selfish- .'to be applied under the direction of the Where qtusbt l>ut gloora doth lower; ExecutonJFernandma S "IL

of the country from the legalized plunder ness of a few mannf'actiiringnabobs, we President pf the United States wjjW Jnlmoi tsuntrod.if\| j ron:. Angn 14th, 18 Q. 2m -... .

to which it is subjected by the ine* would not have to pay (5 or 6 dollars extra ,_shall cause an account ()f the expenditure No solace I ba''IIW'I, Sheriff's Sale.Tvitday .
I hear happy j64S.
when thy
thereof laid before Congressas But song. October 6/4.
qualities and discriminations of the Tariff upon every suit Qf clothes we purchase be and the 13th of One moment, I forget. BY virtue of two f"u'cluiun..Jeyil'd and retorvt .
on .
soon as may to nv hy a Con'taM, in which Thomaa
of 42 lot! the of drones livein' idle-
enable to
ears our Congressmen
to February, 180$, an appropriation was Then sing once more that fairy lay Beffrl''I) Tul| Jonathan Roy are plainliC f ir the BM

are deafened and their benevolence ness. Were it .not for the unwholesome made in the same terms, (In neither Wh,..e sweetness can control, of \Viiini(| IjnnHcocl and .:. T. Kendrick
dt"ft"ndant. f. will public sale on Tu .- .
stormed with petitions, panic-speeches restrictions_ upon commerce, the. case was the money actually drawn' The hearts deep grief and shed a ray Hay I"+ 6ih cfay of cxj'ce Qriul! f pen."t iL"uspai oar,.

ind outcries about the ruin and distress value of money would be equalized all f torn the treasury, and I should hope Qf joy upon; the soul!; ,h.. fitllo\"Inr d" fI f''prr'I. to.1"U. S .
which that the result in this respect might be Ttien touch th'otedient stringWhosn The North Writ eijbihof f t'Ccioti! ('nd,N'-:1
would every whereprevail, should over the world. The productions: of similai on the present occasion, although Again Town,hip 23. Hinge 20, South nod Eftft. Totgethrr'niih
me yet
ibe bill become a law. earth then be exported and in- i the iroproTrtient thereontcpntlsliprnf ;
the would ; be
the appropriation may prove to Which nau:ht that care or gref[ may bring. one''log hou*..- .and kitchen, and one saw,' milT.
In a spirit of candor i I: would ask eve. agriculture would become serving the dispensable! accqm.plisingthe! object, 'J""l cauiji mp to forget.Jacktonville L*.rird; on an the |.r'>|> >,lyor E. T. KenJrkk', t.'

ry honest misled whig, .every gentle-. attention of the capitalist. The Banks I would thereforp.recommend the pass? YRANK. ,atirYlai4 execution*. :Xerm JOHNI'ARKEB... CASH.

Wan of integrity and learning (for such would np be allowed to depreciate;the age of a law nppropriatiug the $2,000,000 pf the,Executive AugntlZltt, 1846BST -- S SbPrifI'U borough!_ count j.. -s,:!
be placed at disposal "
to __
Tampa Augmt Hth. 1846. 3t ;"
there are) who has been captivated by currency by preventing the freedom of fpr the purpose .isb J liave hit Ttt!! .PBESIDENT.- S .r.
the load and hollow patriotism these trade, and thp'standard. of value would l dicatcd, \Vmr C. Bouck, qfNew York, assistant S List JLettcm, '' i/v '-. .. : "
in the Po | Offire at Jackspo-
subtle artificers, whence these cries em-. be uniform, stable and permanent.- In order prevent all misapprehenr treasurer of the United States at the- REMAINING! nn the 30ih June 1846.whidt if Snot

*;atedl Did they come from the High import dirties .wpujd npt enable! sion, it is my duty to state that, anxious city of New York. laLrn iwrt in three rn.r>lh!, mill l p fjrntil !!, 10 (". S
: colturks agri- as I am to terminate the existingwar Laval of.South Carolina,.assis!icttef uiHce at Wa fiin;!tph, J).-P. w .
:. ,from the men who give sta- them to inflate their'bubble to bursting* with tlje least possible delay,'it will l Vim of the United States at. Bruwn. fP".Mn SiKef; pif,ifjSialey : .
t,1. tint treasurer .1 ,L ,
to our Brn J1try at home and abroad The farmers of the tyorth and West, continue to be prpsccuted! withf the'utmost Charleston. I flsir B4rhuJafrerkk John. f' Hon Np:Arctybald; -.f '
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men wbq depend upon their unaided and the cotton growers pf thp Southland vigor until a trpn y of peape shall Henry Hubbard, of Neiy Hampshire! ; BIriih4m Capt.M[ A 2 June.,John 'i..J., S

I energies along! No. such men scorn to the friends of Union throughput these be signed'by the parties and ratified by assistant treasurer of the Vf St! > Curry.Mnet: Johnson,Elias,J5'Kooper '.r" ...
... thrive the Alexican i republic. CW'1.-1 ;Henry ** .
: :
pqn the sweat of others .Unitpd States, have all a common inter Boston. C"Jflrt..JI..Ja fIf Kierted.Jt; :
they 1'QJi ,
i dadaio J4MsTc! .. George Penn of Missouri, 'assistanf .Cr' .", D,.{:prhim. Urinjitnn. Jonea, .jmr. .
w cringe and rest in preventing a; revival of a system, j84'6r .
suplicate irovernpentinsidioasltr Washington,6th August, treasurer. of the: United States. at,. :SriLouis Dean. John-A Li"i, .ton. John ...,,
to fill their coffers with from which our country is sOon to"obtain E.tH."n.y S D Gordon u k.r Cbarle* ::-.
LATEST FROM 1'1EXICQ1Edliorial 'G ukin Metiicna .LeakVViIim'C .q ..
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he.btrd earnn- riddance.. :
h. __ their neighbors.- a happy .; ( Currrlll'ondt.tC"e'of the Pieajune.|) ... :..Garner, JamesGreen Larki".Rey. E W .. ..
i ',.L u.* panic and .these Clamors TOUCHSTONE. CiMABGoiJuly 27th, 1846. Electiou.-1\Iissouri.-The! electionin Capt. Jame.3Hamtlion Maa',...., Jim** .* : ilL .
came -_. 'of ,James S 'Matllf'.'. Francis .
break the dull monotony camp inembers'of Con '
'rQm specuIatoli aDd DlOIQjlQ1is who fp this state was- llowg'lI )Ir-..Ekmioa 2 McLendfr, tf>wia M ., S
The Union Qf
Washington Ttrurlidaj 'Indian alarm Mr.Bo "
another yestprday w-
r life we had : gresiand State Legislature., Pleasants1; FWL S ..
1izing ( : Howell.J.ohn'J !
rom 10 too per eptuqJ* evening referring, the. report: tn'aS1i: The alcalde. .came.ingrpat Democratic, candidatefor : .
; .
. inornipg. lin the, ,regular. I"" ,,,, .o :*,_ ,.ptnevwr.: .5 'j .5.. ;
fPOn one fifth the par value .Other; messenger had arrived ]in Washington bate and trepidation tothe com ,Congress in St.Louis district; is elected :. .n..I.tiJ' ftala< H S arker.C.r R'ihs :<
toc1 j in many; with for remarks here stating dot. ttbeft Parsnri Mrs.Sarah \/4f ; '
proposals .
' instaoces'bjle' the peace, nn"diQ1t, officer of the troops. 'over,'a' Native American and a.n 'TailorS '.. ',:
Rou .
: \V e are not advisedtbat '.any messenger Camanches were J laying "p.Simpson S : S
4tCTShodrsQf that .jhe dent.DemOCX1tt. ,
real estate and oth, indepe : Itobui1 Dn' E 'Tiwn..\Vrniam a45.:: ::Pmi '
, J- ra "ould be glad of has arrived from Mexicoor; that waste the branch on the other. de of Illinois.Mr.Ventwqrth..i reelected ,: am-yf G"'v. 2 Wood. AmlrewD,! .. : ..' !is. .
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, POn tbelr an average ,ncpnje any overture has'been made by her ,to the river above the routh'*of the SanJuan .to, Congress;by a ,large rn jojijyrr' Sparkman, J7mei ,v m.m.V .;4''. "..)'(/

.. is $ Veftt5 or 5 per cent.- the government Washington... What' -murdering i the: inhabitants and There i is :a close] contest ,between :\W-. SiJC11{.Air. Rachael Walton.Georg' ..* \.,'

hue and err was prospect there may be for peace,.and,at off' the children.. .Mcswreatnce -. the member and Sabrty,. Ir4' '\\V..a.t. ,. 5 ... ,' j". .4
. got up with ,a. carrying captive- t Robert Smith, present SandertM Jnb 1'Smiib. Woodward. : & Tetter,: ; S
esig to bak! Our 'Igjslors, from the i what period1 it may be effected, we CullocliST.apg! detail- .Mr. Trumbull.. *> The' tf furn.s "are; 'nqt. ,.IKtcJjinf rmm' S j i 'i' ) ',.;; ';,:. .. .:i/: '

i ischarte. or their I cannot undertake to 'e9njecturebnt; ed l 'tacrpss.tbfs.KiD.Grande/and were aim. S JOHN M, PQ$3.JotttsmMlIe. r t'1ka t. J. J.i' S S

* t c: ,". te Jt from boulldeR. t1uty--i though it: is pertain th! *t,'tnp J ;iesjdenfwill all IIi l the saddle in almost PQ time :" 'acfi Jqrn.r, ,.i, y4fqi r Aojun 21. Iff4J( --_>ht ..'tS .-
red-eelIilJg ; I
. ,: &de .tbe\ pledge :make good: his repeated'declarartions 1 t :: qo, Julv18th. 43 oni of.87'aunties. : ; AdmJ lstratrirNelleet : < S S

, rCOnstilQent'llttbe nllttlJlofe! to .conclude a'peaco1 as soon. hecan ',would mention" ,one.iIJe. Circumstance Whitc m"bD em.) P robaVy: elector!f t., N.e ilc! >'is"hereby giten i |o.cjrJiiar4.a4( pp ......;

.. onTti Ith i I?!! ill? '#, and thus, tp alllUp do ponsfBteptly' 'with* ,the* 'rights' \vitnessed: yesterdayrr. *CK cumstpnce -, .Nbrt CaroZini.-l_ .. qm! ,f.O1! Matthew'>o'I1imjlejda..dai4sqll entitled| loiliMribtitinn> |n th.r.fon!tts! -H. -

):;TQi rl ruil) flfl od ini6tra. of the United States/ I' .rh? likife! pfrwhtch' Ka* pQt !often! tinuetedgOYBTaQr,44.tQ.i- indr Mt: .tfia f..n .i J" -.' -may J"!e1'1 cWmaW demaftdaaaiiHj '1' 1t.Lf": : S '
II, llIth .. ,_ four.orfiveMeJcHans have rir in i4 .'k' ..
.f' has f 'II oocuTrrc9sner\ :tb. jreation: S lt th* \VII1P. \\\r\ |* EttaJ.f" S '
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J jor tile far received aDd :Death / ...M.,JJriu.-- N.,Y. armed wU : WQr s and carried5S2tfgf3 1l- tt, I :*ime j.c exhibited"p7af.e!. ',' w.l,.the- WrLdI# : f
:* COttIJ4-tue, IJ.IcJ) Of .Efenisg, :"PosL> IthMnst. Bays -"We' >he' Plaza .. .", y. 'Ii'greflra, frnthh.dap. t ,ey wijl I V
cappclrt ridigP4 .,
< JItopp! : c rbiues,1 ,caae '# ,. .-." Persons having clajroj a.nj 4epiaad paiB i tW.W ." '"i 44.4'Eitnti'Taereaor.iid
, arc \Virt;. '1LPri'c. ,formerjy -,. thNov'be "" 4'; ; !1" ; Jut. Ji.5 "S .
r 44 informed t praytforaid; aarsI ; indebt to '0.f"iesf pt iWm lo '" ,' :i :
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; !1J IO.laklDg: I cOl suipide .this Urging,*byhopliirg' 1atwar llng oms r ar pa Qiror e.pll Jlg t .. J'R\NC I &Y. _: :! .... .,,; .
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cnds ) WM>: !i / ,, t :L: .it. s tJ' S S
Qr gTdy to .l,arn,_;*he ase of teaCtbutpresumet.hait' ? t maa says ,jnibftpmwk2r | ., !? 8S! ii ftufciE :s;... i: 'Q'X'WbEKS ,\J..JJI, I'JJ; '
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L ct f .,BY tlft6e1>r"wriforF>eri- F oU*, ini d out JBAS FlORIDdJ ) ..vt" .".11. t' t .1.-, J 'THE subscriber having recently ..
t. .$ if t*>e Etenircait'of 'flo ds; 'for the S THE"'subscriber ukesi1is.tnethoIf, : 5'I .the*bov*establishment,wTib' a'.wir') ; 8u

'I r t *. ,j.County.of Duva.1",I ,will expose public 'Sale, in nrforming hls1rienHf! < and'the't blid; that greater convenience and.accommodation of. ,
.\ froct of ib .C*jrt House In tb city of Jacksonville, I' La has taken a lease of the sbore eitab- AI whom' ill health or pleasure might attract I o .. )

!I J /fa the Mid County on the first Monday of Sep. ishment fora,term of years, and will be prepared portion of Florida, wfidts ,aLe, patronage of ', ,.' .
I'I'I. ( *2aembei &t D. ',184G. 'between the legal hOurS of to accommodate all,who nay favor him with their.patronsge. public, trusting that none'whumyavrsflv' : i
I : ale l'.1I day all that certain Lot and parcel of As regards the mineral qualities of find anything requisite to their comfort ( .. ,

! '' ". Land r $tu&ed, lying' and being in the Town of : the water, bPi:aDDOt be surpassed any watering :DENSLQW. &. WEBSTER. The healthiness:of Jacksonville
r.3' Jacksonville, in Duval County, known and.described I place in;America. The Springs will be ore. J, S" v;< ;, 'SAVANNAH' S from the harsh sea breezes and iu easiness I .

-l : on .tb!Msp f'r.plot' of said'Town. ,as water the rstday.ofMay." :Charges[wiU'be moderate. -' ,04,I from have always secured it .r .
: \"Lot. number nine 1(9)( 'and'bounded on the North .and every attention will be paid to,the comfort DKALXRS inthe. folInwingarticIes.bich .will be cess of any point the most advantageous .

. Lr. ,4; a bJ Bay street; on the,'Sooth; by the. River St.' of all who,may favor him with company.. sold.on as reasonable,.terms, as any other establishment reputation East being for the resort of i invalids ; Lost
0\ : ; ,' .J1tbo...'on the East by water lot'' number eight, FRANCIS* CSON., Proprietor. in'the Southern country. in FJorida, oflVrs ..
winter season. To siicb person.he
::: i f. j I (8) and on the West,by water lot number ten,(10;) June 5th. 1846. : 8tHEAD ;A COMPLETE a.surimentofAgricult ral 1m- comnorlatlonswhlch the he will ,i., .
: ; ; S .' and also the Wharf thereon, formerly known as plements consisting of 28 different sizes and hopes prove ..wb'
" t p Mason. wharf being the same premises now QUARTERS, pauemt.or Ploughs Hoes, various kinds) Axes able' and as medical advice of the highest I

.: .; ,1.: ttsed and occupied by Fernandez, Bisbee, as a 12TH REGIMENT. F. M.JACKSONVILLE Trace and Ox, Chains Shovels and Spades, Hay canl I. commanded in 'th* '0.0., they may .,. i

:, ,.i el: ; I Store&Wharf.' Taken in Execution,and will be I and Manure Forks Patent and American Scjthes, upon she most careful attention. -.h'

- .I..,t ; I.'sold as the:property of the late James B.,Mason. I ,Juaue- S,,10TH, 1846., Reap Hooks. Grain Cradles, Corn Shelters, Coin ,. visitors from the North have occasionally tS/U,
.. ., "I deceased, at the lime of has deathas the suit of JDmm "l ., I ,nd.Cob. CrnJh n. Portable French Burr' GristMills layed their romingi under the Impression that ,; ..
'o 11 'Dartl. w& Maxsey .. Timothy Wightman, Ad Hand Corn MillsStraw Cutters,Ox Yokes,, house was filled |the subscriber lakes this will be
-J ) .', 'n.l.tratorofd James B. Mason JVO. / S ;Patent Churns Foot sanity to assure such in future, that, in that
; ; said ,deceased.' Couon.Gin., Saw, Gins, Patent I
! ;' ;i..:; 4 Property pointed out by the Plaintiff. I. The Twelfth Regiment:Florida. Fan Mills anti N u- I he can always provide them temporarily with :

.,.t" l t THOS. LEDWITH. Sheriff. Duval County ;Mihtia.comprising the Militia the Counties of' Lead Colored Paints fortable! Hccommodationa in the town. t.'

'v.t t'J" f By A. \V. CRICHTON. D. S. D. C. Dove) and Nassau, having been duly organized according and Painter's articles, Sperm, Whale;Linseed and, OLIVER \ II
"r' :f.l-t 0 I '- Jacksonville Fla. July 31,1846. to the Election of Regimental Officers Castor Oil.Spirits,Turpentine,Varnishes,Window Jacksonville; Dec. 19, 1845. 1y- 3

I"' .. : ',.-. as by Law required.-be divided Into Tw Glass, Window Sa.h, It' .
. ; ;;: }::, j <. The above specified property advertised for Salem Battalions.* The First Battalion to comprise ,the Gun Powder Shot.Bar Lead Percussion Caps FORWARD & ,ALDRICH, f fATTOHNEV3 Cat,Hd- ,
.. 1'' ; ,: < the first Monday September was sold according Militia of the County of Nassan.will be commanded Foolsrap,' Lester' Wrapping and' PRINTING AND COUNSELLORS AT ,

ii": r to Law by ,the Administrator on the Estate; by Lieutenant Colonel..TKACI: and the Second PAPER, ,PRINTING amt-Wrhfe INK., '". .t.uti1J'l'ramcp 1rr.IM "P'n'-a .., ( .
.: .:: .I : purchased by me at its full value,'in December A. Battalion t 'c mpriaie the:Militia of the County of Carpenters and Coopers Edge.Tools; GARDEN and Equity in ihe Eastern Circuit of Florida.. StYlI.

p. .) ;:4 D.1841,and paid for, and I have been in peaceable David,will be commanded,by Major NoRTOff; who SEEDS, warranted as good as any to be found. WM. A.. FORWARD. Si. Augustine. n1t.
.\" '.: "I possession ever since. The public are hereby in* will respected and obeyed according to their office -. Orders thankfully received and promptly attended LoUIS ALDRICH Newnansville. 1'4ismii

p .. tiI ( : .formed that it will cost the Purchaser a suit to get and command. to .
, I,,: .::#A !o1le &iofl. S. D. FERNANDEZ. .U. Lieutenant Colonel Tracy and Savannah, Ga.( June 19ih, 18CtAClmlolstmtor's LIVINGSTON & DOWNING, C
.! :jt-t.. Major Norton will, as early l "practicable subdivide .
: ::' .or i NOTICE. their Battalions into:Companies, Notice.ON ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT a
at, .. --t P i be sold on Monday the 7th day of Sep J leaving an equal number of men in eacii .as near as the' first day January, 1847, 1 will pre 03 Will practice In $. several Courts of IItd
WILL between the regular hours n' to the Hon. Court of Probates for the and Equity in the Eastern Circuit of FI rid. .'. '
t.'Ji next, may be, and appoint two responsible men to bold
-of Sale much of the Lands of James Herron County Alarhua, for final settlement and allow R. G. LtviKOSToff Newnansville.
;'I I so Elections in each Company Beat so set off for
;t oft : and C. and B. M. Byrne's: as will satisfy the cost the'office of Captain First and Second Lieutenants ance my e acconnis and vouchers, as Administrator C. W Down no. Fort Kin,. .

, .,:;: 1. ?*nd charges for Advertising, and a balance of of aid Companies, giving at least ten days of the Estates James Martin, and SamuelJ SA
,;!;i' t: Taxes due for 1845 on said, Lands. Numbers, notice for holding said Elections, and giving also, Smartdeceased, late of'said County and will JAMES W. BRYANT, Bolar.A

.:-4"1 t L ; quliiy'audsituation of the Lands., made known at least,ten.days notice to said inspectors of their at.the same time apply to said Court for a final ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT \"
i. \ [ .'on the day of la ,. Said I lands are situated Ley appointment. discharge from the Administration of said Estates. Jacksonville Fla. ; lad caW.
r. ,
r'.. ', t t / County Florida, and will be sold at the Court III. As soon as practicable after the JOSEPH J. KNIGHT Administrator. \ .
p Jiouse'door (E. Daniels) of said CountybyW. for Officers "' Newnansville June 26. 1846. 6m -
r' :: .' election of the several Companies of AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT
I D. ANDREWS Sheriff the Regiment the Officers elect in said Companieswill 5iVOTICE.. 7
:.t.Jt., ,; ? r f and Tax Collector for notified ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT flJI'
Levy County. be officially reported the Head Quarters of ALL persons interested, are hereby t

. ai.4.ii! "f July 10. the Regiment bythe. Commanders of Battalions. .Six. Months. after date., I shall apply. .to Jacksonville, Fla.Watchmaker j .\
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t.: .h. 'Ji.1' .v.nUN... &\t'.. nnvo a ".. the Honorable the Court of robale for Aitcnun Mail ,
H f;; t AlackHa County Sheriff's Sale. June 12 Colonel Commanding: county for 'a final discharge from my ad ministration UbtIm rot t It"
pii.Z.:;. : .. ; t Monday,Slk October. 184C. 1 *on 'the Estate William Standley,deceased ; ..('
;: ? BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Administrator's Notice. ,- -! and also,'at the samw.lime and place for my administration and Jeweller ec
i.. ; ; "t\ expose fur ..I ,!, <>re the Court House MONTHS rpidRte, I: shall make,applt. !! ..on the. Estate of Martha Standley, No. 5 1AU'T'REET.R"'rctfully .
ti'' .5 ,II I- door in the town of Newnansville-on Monday the ,SIX to the Honorable Judge of Probate of deceased. this. 24th, April. 1a46.S informs the ,e's'i. I

., ..' ) r. 5th d.yof October Df'Xr. between the hour of 10 Alachua.count),, for Letters Dumissnry, on the :" RAWLES' Administrator. Jacksonville and its vicinity,. n,
I' :;;i, ; and 2: o'clock lie following property or so muchr .Estate of Ephram Tner. late or : .April 24th, 1846. 6m a be has removed to the house .&tJ 4
.,.:.1 '*: thereof will the State tax due on the ceased the .
; ? pay ; and all persons having demands.against S NOTICEIS mediately adjoining one .
::f, ,i : for the 1845 and nil legal costs and charge ,
r year said'Etate an hereby required to present ,' ; .11 that cently occupied as the !
hereby'given to ' It
r t.!: ; in and about the advertisement and sale thereof properly attested for kill I."PII'. office ,.
Months after date, I shall apply to the of the"Florida Statesman. and is now
es ; [ vii: an undivided share .-r Ion owned or claim AdmV. & '
: 11 i' port JOEL TIESON, ,
; Honorable the Court of Probate for tb. ofMachue )pared IO.I"cntp. with promptitudeall orders
',.r3'r; r, ed by Frederick Marqnand, eqnal to 4554 acies May 15th. 1846. 6rnAd'mlnlstrator'8' fur, a final settlement anti allowance county of nected with the above line.
thereof in and to a certain tract of parcel of land, ,
' p Notice. my annuntll1r.J vouchers. as administrator on the Mr. Gr..lh1I1eI also say. that be ha ,,
; known as the Ancdondo, Alachua containing -
...t1l ,/' two hundred and eighty nine thousand grant six hundred THE credi.or.Jitrib! and others interest Estate William Dell,deceased, late of said county mined confine hi* attention in future ; Story,'',
f ; and five and five sevenths ac"bPin a in the Etate( Samuel Russell! Jata ot and for a discharge from my administration on 1 ly to work in these branches. He renders .
i z : forty ,
: said Estate. thanks to the friends who have given 1'ri
Na'ssau Florida deceased cited ASA CLARK. many
made to Fernando de la Maza Arredondo county are hereby
:.L"1rt" : p :. .4 Son grant'on the 22d December. A. D. 1817, situate in and a'dmoniihed to b*: and appear at arid before ,I Newnansville, E. Fl, 1\I"y8. 1846 6m their patronage, and trusts that his exertions ber.after St
; the Hon.,the of Nassau will be such as to merit it.
Judge of Probate, ,
: Alachua State of Florida. county
t :t county! ALSO at a Court of Probate,' to be held at the CourtHouse HOLMES .& CO. From lung practise in his business he ( Far let r

::3rd t in said on the first Monday in himself competent to give satisfaction, and .
; An undivided share portion owned or claimed county
. { 01 HOLMES & CO. have
. !J ; : by John N. Sayer in the same said grant, equal January 1847 and shew cause, if anytb..yl':1.r.wbyl MESSRS. of Merchandize, the lar charges will he.moderate and as reasonable Frtdai
( to 'f l rune of the North. iII1t'
: should not be discharged from all further
: ll" ; r I to 455 acres thereof. administration of the'Estate' of said Snmuel Russell building occupied by the United States, known as N. B. Cl.cks and Watches repaired in the Jwk i
; ; tJ I the Gov"mm nt.Buildint. They have added to and the shortest notice.Jacksonville. '
at .Ii.:
in of then and thereto
S an application
undivided of owned claimed pursuance
An share portion or
r : their tho late arrivals from
stock by. New Ywk Dec. Sg.: 1845.S. .
I ; by" John K. Townsend, in the same aid be made by me to said Court. .
, f t I grant WILLIAM A. RUSSELL Admor.5 a full) assortment'of Dry Goods, Groceries. Hard.were. i-S .55 G j
t equal to 455acrcs thereof. Provisions, &c. &C. 'V. DOGGETT'S
'&\& I I ALSO, June 12th, 1846. 6mNOT1C& 'is
They have on hand, now landing from brie Virginia ., .
m I'r : An tmdivided*har or lK>rtipn owned or claimed :
J > .. ,- from New York 50 hales Hay 50 bl U. r..AI 1'
t' t : by William Th i/al fturvivfng7trustee of the'Tfew 20 _
n Lime. thousand Lai 30 boxr (.jtwew20
. c York Florida Assbciation in the said persons interested are hereby notified that /, 12 'J 1.
.f same grant ALL
the expiration of six months after the kegs Buiter. kegs Laid 20 bbls. Pork 20 half
!. : equal to 6822 acres thereof.ALSO hbls. Beef hbls. Bread
date hereof, .'I shall apply 'to 'the Honorable the 20 50 bags Golfer, 50 Cr.. .
:. I ;h bbls. Liquor, 100 Ploughs, Iron of various sizes .
; An undivided share orportion owned claimed Court of Probate for Alachua county, f"r a final
. Glasses,.boxes Pipes Tobacco, &c. &C. Alt) of .
settlement of accounts.and (
,.1', ;( by' Charles A. Jarvis executor of Noah Jarvis, : discharge corn my
which wil! sell low '
at -
administration on the estate of James L. Townsend hwy prices. SEMINARY.0T : HI L.a
t deceased in the said 929
sane grant, equal to
: Jacksonville.' January 9th. 1846.
f ft
deceased,late of said as
.' hl'#- i ,S S acres'thereof. county. H : course of instruction pursued >in
,' I J r ALSO, JOHN TOWNSEND AdmV. &c. Live Oak Agency. School is (founded upon lie principles of !
M t-.. S NownftnvilhiMa1jst,1846. 6m jVTOTICE'is hereby given;that having been '. a
:,. An undividodahar or portionnwnecl orclaimeJ1 appointed dnction anti analogy. Students who are Unl)
:,t r;1..1-.j J '. i 2461 by Isaac acrestlicreof.Frost in the same said grant, equal to S S NOTICE.. ._ States:, Agent;by fur the the protection Government of, Timber the Untied oh the quisite pared to studies enter;College while those, may, who, here are, pursue not the. .,

t .;*.'r" S S ALSO, Sr ALL'persons interested' arejiereby notified that i Public East ".I'mla.II persons who may for a profession, tan select such branches as ,
:'af. l the expiration of six months 'after Hale,, I have trespassed, or-shall hereafter commit ire- Jolyl J
u- L An undivided share or portion owned' or claimedby any I best suit their .J' "el. in life.
shall!) the Hop rable the Court ofProntte down : Juli
and . pass by cuttinj carrying away any Liv
.if r John M. S ftmore, in the same said grant equal ; The regtilntioii of the Institution are
for Aiachua Iira final settlement of I sV
County m Oak ornthertinberfrom such Lands, will be dealt a'
r:: I to 929 acres thereof. with the lingU design .,( promoting the intrll!
l accounts and discharge from administration the Law oa is
my on wjth as. ,
\i _. \ ALSO directs.JOHN and mural advancement of i it*_members. i
the estate William Sparkman, deceased late of
: An undivided share portion owned or claimed The discipline intRjded be
: ; t. or is to strictly parental.TbePreee
n.:.:. : : by L\ MordTai. Noah, in the same said grant said county.JOHN SpARKMAN.' 'S AdmV.Santafee &e- Fehniary SOiK. 1846. Arent U. S.. &r. |"tor desires'to cialtiv. .biih'hirpupils ,,sat

:Pitt:'.. r equal. to 1365 acres tlier of. 1'on.IMiy'Iat, 1846. Y m State of Florida : Circuit Court-. habijs, of kind anti familiar I n\ p ALSO fluenre them rasher ban' the brt
l : EASTERN CIRCUIT.-AFRIL TBBM. 1846.BRimT ajpeat.tb !** .
;]r'f: An undivided shire or portion owned or claimed Circuit Coart. : STB r'uh\ ) IP Chancery.UUKRILL principles i f the heart than by/severe and disgraceful .

:::; f t. by the heirs at law .of Alexander M..Muir deceased EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA., ".1 S .' .J.-1 :'...1.J'' ? I to t S {ninishment. ? "
rt !
0 t ::3 : in the same said grant,equal to 4641 acres : MAT TERM, 1346. STKPHKKf.Bill. : 'for Divorce. 1 accurate.account of the delinqnences of

t'1'! thereof... i iAn : SABRINA S. CLAYTON ) Ul'ON, application! of lh".complainant Il lb: I.I scholsiyamt al "; S. S ALSO vs. >Bill for Divorce. named Dill and upon ilio neres.irj kep'it.a, :copy ur rrhirh; rfynrir.| in connexion
.,.r1J.4j : undivided share or portion owned or claimed PHILIP P. CLATTOW. ), affidavit being duly filed, anti it appearing that the this jregnlsr lerni l l'tlI, ;' irVns>i ttted to every .

.} Ji: b 'Jfromu. Johnson,in the same said grant equal reading and filing the Bill of complaint above named Burrill Stephens wlthuut'the' reach orjuardbtnwhn niay .I.iF elt;

;: uf8500 acres thereof. UPON; cause, and the return of the SherifF of the process of this Stute. TKRXS. FDa A, SKSStOlC' OT TWJCLYK WKXX51 I
r,.t 5 THOS. C. ELLIS, upon the Subpoena issued herein, as well ns from It it hereby Ordered, That the said Burrill Hi-her Rraoches, $8 00 J
:* S : Sheriff and Tax Collector.Newnansville affidavit now read and filed by which it ajpearsthat Stephens be required to appear and answer to the Common Dranciies 7 00 J

I 1 20ih March, 1846. said defendant. Philip P. Clayton, resides beyond matters complained of him in the above named Latin anti Greek Classics, extra. Cted
i jurisdiction. of this Court and in the State Bill, on the first day of the ensuing Team of the. Lesson in .French given at the request of parents.

ttb. I S AInchua County SlierifTo Sale. of Georgia.' on motion of R. Livingston, Esq., Circuit Court, f wr the Eastern Circuit; of Florida, TV
tF 1' WILL ,BE SOLD, on Monday, the 7ih of Solicitor for the complainant otherwise n''co".ft"o,' will be grained Any pupil withdrawn from the School before.

bj : next, between tho hour of ten It it Ordered, That a hearing take placo to the said complainant and that this Order be end or the session excepting for reasons which CiI th"

.. i; and two 'o'clock, at the Court House. in did Town tho facts charged in said iU.Complaint, nt upon.the published in one of the public newspapers of the Principal approve will he required to 'uy for I (A .
':' of'Newnnnville, County of Alachua a sufficient next'term of the Circuit Court. for the counties ofAlaehua State, for .the pace of three months before the unexpired part of that session. .b.
EI -J, portion of the undivided interest of John H..Brush and Levy, to be holden on the third Monday .day *o appointed; for th* hearing of the cause.GKO. No'cI..luCllnn will he made in the charge l ( ill

fi:; i Cb.rle.V.. Brush, Eugene Vanneft,, Julia A. of December next, at the Court house in' S HAWKINS JudjH. &e.I. a pupil.for neuiAtonal afuence. In cases of j i'n ,
!ifi{ ; Vanness, and Margaret Brush, situate in said Newnansville, Florida.'And .- JOHN G. REARDON Clrk of the said! lmeted .ickn... requiring the rUInIQ lit. withdrawn

County in and to a ,certain tractor parcel I of land, it'further Order,. That copy of this Court,hereby certify;that she above is a true copy from the School proper deduction will ''.
1\. ; known as .the Arredondu Grant, containing two Order be published in some rinted of an order mode and entered in,*xid entitled made. J.
newspaper ;
.: hundred and eighty nine thousand six hundred ami within this Circuit, for the space of three months, cause, on the thirtieth day of April, A. D.. 1846. No pupil received under nine )ears of age.This."rule l =.' _
i;-V forty five and five sevenths acres, being a grant from the date hereof once in each week successively. CL c-I In testimony whereof, I hereunto set my. from the inconvenience experienc l by ,
I h made to Fernando do la Mum Arredondo and son, hand and affix the seal of sail office. occasional! exceptions heretofore will, in future .

.:tt.; I S on the 22nd.December, A* D. 1817 to atisfy and And il further t Ordered.t That in dt'r.uhor 5. S S JNO. G. REARDON, CJ ,k. bosteadil) enforced. \' .
Lf tr r. pay the tuvsau.. to the State,o( Florid from the the appearance of said Defendant or answer:to May 29. 1846. 3m The School is now in a flnurinhing conliiinn.Thea

t l f persons above named, for and on account'of their said Bill, a decree may betaken therein at aid 1 building is a Urge, commodious and elegant
i. S interests aforesaid and all,h'gal costs and charges hearing. In Circuit Court. structure recently erected by FLORIDA LODOC.
I in and about the advertisement and sal. thereof. EASTERN, CIRCUIT or FLORIDA; No. .I
; : I RAMON B. SANCHEZ Clerk I.ofl.O.O. F.
of the i
: S ? r
rfr .J
S County .Duval ,Z4
S THOS. C. ELLIS, : Court!. for tho counties of 'Alachua and Levy/ : ; Chancery. Th location is one of welt knowti salubrity and '
t t ,i Sheriff and Tax.Collector. Kingsley B. Gib .. amt i I. I
: :: do hereby certify,"that the foregoing is a truecopyof 1- easy of access. Board may ba obtalnenlasrea..

.,,i4: f Naransville. ,_Feb. 27, 1846.( the bneinal order now.on record in myoffice.a .? Executors BeuisminAPntnam.:of onahle rates in resrwetabla- -- familUaln_ _. __n.n. tK.""aJaekto".m nl-.>-__ O'
'h Zephehiah '
( d 0"11' ,. E. F.. March 27th.1846. l"y
WtTsusmy.hand .seal of office this 1 trdiwovery
: t J' Alacbua,Count j .SherifT's Sale. LL' .] Kingslev.deceased.. .
5;JI t _. '. [ 'BE,SOLD. on tbe 7th Jay of&rtttm.I I "lGtbd; .) of May. A. D.' 1846._ Complainants, f and' R.eljer mlit. In Circuit :Court. S WT1

: 5; W her nexV. between" tbe hours of 10 and 2 RAMON' B. SANCHEZ .' 1 for an Injunction: 1 EAST&RH CIRCUIT FMIRIDA.County (

'r+ 0 -.. 'clock, .t.t Court. House in the Town of.Newnansvilte S May, 22, 1846.' 3m rksCircuit. C<>urt.r- George Khpfey.S i I of Dval: / Chancery.HCNRT .

fj t I ., "S "' a'sufficient"portion of the i interests 01( 5 Circuit Coart.. .Defendant.It M.LlROSKT Bill for "..
; : 55 Henry' Dodley, deeoase J. in satisfy the amount of EASTERN-.5. CIRCUIT. ; ST. JOHNS COUNTY." having been made to appear satisfactorily; by ... of
f tJ S S taxes doe to. the. State of Florida.on 'account of JoHK1 Itoauisoir, S 4Y *. ;afTidavii that .h. Defendant. George .Kinjsley, resides COIIIIIL'.". TAYLOR, Real Estate
: 4 S :. .aid interest including all costs, and charges in vvm. ,i.. .. beyond jurisdiction I of this Court and.i in WIHSLOW FOSTXR, ,
;,. ," 5', 41 .', and about the advertisement sale thereof.. ;'BuutnsD.. ,H.XRRtp7T: ...* the*Island'of St.'Dor dnco-'In the.Went"Indies, on Hi* wifit,MARIA FOST 'eL aI.k
;* .. 'Interest was returned to ..e by 'G., It B. ARMSTRONG j motion r.B., A. Putnam, Esq., Solicitor'for'the' TT 'having been ml\Cle.o appear by affidavit to )ff,
,%: .< .: Falrbankr benjs part of a. twenty thousand CHARLES \Y. ,SIMMO. J .Complainants 1 i '. 'JL 'tburi.radion'or.h.. Court'that the above namej

4 o SS S I acre grant confirmed by the Supreme Court to. having 'been'made'to' appear by- affidavit- to' JT is OaDlalThat, the said George King- rpnd.n'Vi".n.. Foster,.and his 'wife,

S Moses JR.Levy,Jn Alachua. county. I the satisfaction of.the Court,that the 'several Jey. do appear and .wt"lthe'' Complainants .Bill' Maria Foster formerly' Maria Dewees reside in:
't 'S." -. S5-z THOS. .C. ELLIS :Sh.'rift'andTaa Collector. defendants the above '"titlf"d cause reside,be within six months; .the same,will be taken 'nnconfesso the Stale,of.Alabama' ,and beyond the jurisdiction ) ;
".. S .' ', N.woan. viHe..Feb. 27.' 1846.NOTICE. yond the limits of the/ Statoof FJoiida' and,the* against him. of this Court, on motion of Gregory, Yale-, ,Esq.,
t* -i:: .-; _- jurisdiction 'ora this' Court but .within the United Attn IT IS FURTHER ORDSBXn. 1Jt.t. opy Of Solicitor for the Complainant,

N 5 S ,1 .:- t:;.: States t mr motion of complainants, Solicitor,'it U' this..Order. f lie published in some.Newspaper printed It it Ordered, That the ..Winslow Foster

; :\ > -# .' ."LLiperaoni having demands against thn. Es ordered,that tbr',said; defendants do',appear and' wlihfntbe. said Circuit once. a .week, "consecutively anti Maria Foster clo answer the Com
'' .;,1.tS.UIC.: .>of John Brown;'late of Fernandina: answer tha complainants bill.within. Four Month,: \ for'si lantonthi.i .- plainants Bill,within i four, months, or the same ,
$ ;. Tiassatr.. wHI render them 'well 5. 'THOS. DOUGLAS >. .w Jl bo,takenas confrsserl against ihec.. <
;s ,.- please' au- .or c the same, will, betaken, as COnfessed_ against Jodg '
:. ":o-'. S. :f.: tbellt ted within, the'legal time, and' those who them; and {It is furtherorilered,that a, copy of this I, Osqhrr, Clerk of said ..Court Ih.",: .Ad it 'I, further Oriiered, That ,a copy of
S :t reifldebted to the said Estate'wilt please'make'. Order'duly J 'efflilM ;by the.Clark of iUCpuriv cetLfyzbe.ebqvtsi boa,. true copy ,of an.Order, this. Order duly certified by the Clerk 4>this. Coon,
sf S .*", -1-;,,.: immediate payment. to1 t- -) b.pubI1ih.dh mad,'arid entered In 'sald.Endlt: cause ,on the be published in some newspaper printed l within she 13

I --5- .. 2 1,? ::51 JOHN'A.; ,CAVEDO Eu .or., 'd : iontwwspaperssternCkcuio(1orlaoeee&w, hube-. ;Ninth Aiif M ti.'A."D184S.' EuternCIrcltot :Florida' once" a week'coosecutivel. -

t5 I ..5 ./ ,# S s- .*& .'laIT','18CS. ':.orn' : tlre forTonr'months, : :(Slgtiedfi. .; '" .' : -.r> .INTCSTIMONYWHEREOFdIJep : : for four J months.. ; : ? )

j -5' -5-- I''; r. .k' ', '- ". S ,i. 'oEo'uAwK1Ns1seaEJ.; .lLr I.,. ,a .t}nT, bandnda, ; lzth seal .r. .. THO, DOUGLAS Judge. \ J
; ;t .. ; : ..ttiti n NOTICE. ssidCqu JIf1'f. .. I.'OSCAR HART,Clerk of Md! CoiirisherebrtlfyUw '
, .) .S ,r,) vP. cSt, Jobns[ County.Circuit Court 1 ( rtt / s. f >
:._ $ : ; ,1 -"'.' .WEEKS after date. I w1lIppl" ,to",the! f. .PETER B. .DUMAS Clerk Df Mtd Coirt,, OSCAI. .. ""a'l''CJ ltbov',io be> aMrue o y'6fari, Onl.4 1 ;
: .J:' it' <, ,: ''. ..'..:." -Httv3lfc2e7udge' atLiateeNsuauCoua. o 'lptrprJ. t forecoint to be> a True"-Copy JIM_, l:13ih:. l-iti"t'i_; ..iit.. 6; : mad&amlei.Mff4 iOiS lpnpMeJ cause-oathe 18th
t' 5, ,f1 1" : .':J.: S. i y is tto. Statf .rF..orl.'r.r..w..r. (.... I.i ;.. OhIffftf rfl j o J't. \ -i 'jr. .'<. S 'I-S I' '. TeSaeee .1.-... "J 'of .'day of F*unjary. A. I). 1846. ,l. : ;

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fi. I.I't''b i. 1J. OhhJ2h. J L j my anil .
4-11I. J4iyrAth., 1 848. S for '
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