The Florida news

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The Florida news
Uniform Title:
Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
George C. Powers & Co.
Creation Date:
October 2, 1846
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


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


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

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


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re111011i not.ces ,now encamped just,outside the } 'piety ;a If Rachel .
rr All town, catto'-nirie j tails, kindlypresented' \was a pretty 1\ : .
the ;:\ o-j quick. sef .oft_ \e.ludicrous ,t S v- :;. ;
: rrAU. ..1miuabte perfl1 c-.ommunicatinns o win on Monterey .road. The. ;Brigadenumbers him by one of the }.authorities 'at the. JCj 'unwonted soon-no her (..ceic1J'n" we can't see U .. .
bearing' this flock
.tlnr1i'f'mf"nt". ) about 900 men, and IB horse guards > lind.muck : nbout. '
.: ".rllartd ,1 l'rif'ting must be p&iJ nn the composed j to introduced into the and its'cause, the.Peacoare.turned kl tocry .1Y. Y..ngr1 : 't
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"*tithe Wffr companies Artillery, forming Egptian'arrhy' ; a bottle of Lnndovn fop, to. the table 1 ; HOWIGyou knowbut she 8 :-j '> J.-. .
;e .Ir gT.I! g flfltflW.t'flh mu.t, be addressed to- an Artillery Battalion-Duncan' and I London milk; .hermetically' sealed] him-to refrafh'FrorH ,farther qujgtly' requested his.face for himV'.Bo -&'ot. :A t.4. r- ." '
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,s'I THJ ,] of.the 5th Infantry, and is under, Lord Hrougbam'saturai Philosophy place brother, to supply whose; Jlfo/? .-A witty i .limb.of the\, ;-t' 1l. ;' -S' -'
: [FOR the immediate iwhichare 4Pd.infirmitiesofage he had been in passing, .- :' ", '' ,'
command of Colonel be SPsopengagedrnpost \;
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exhibitedr the
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,l ail.l' Thomas Childs of the 3d Artillery an' museum 'as' ,of the '.Thenextaaywhentlte.ooc.tOi : ; : bills"ok a corner, addressed him thuC, .' ,l'. ..'.: \: '_
; ,'..\fnrtl. ,hat oft i I *| keii. specimens [: started. to visit :his ,patients, his 'lJow'are\y Willrato ':.; '
.t officer who has seen much service and ,jo-day t" V : ; .
not toriure fjiteiature '
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Lrt\1' only in this war, but in' the Florida 'dure. .. : : 4jCBOtuWjlKaio, replied ; : 4t.., .
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-- are iia that A are ltroken' cloudy nvete1 I : new black silk skull cap, 'and several t h e.n\an'; "iWTohn.II v \ ." ,4.
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111":' taint (Corre,ponJJenceof tbe Savannah G ot1rfan.) elapsed before he again officiated "A.b I.?' replied the firs/speaker, "Ithought ; '

1\t'fw"rt"-\\"e. oft. meter, iho' thu'7.bind The troops left Camargo late on the: THE tGULF SQUADRON. as deacon" : your name 'William, for I ,." -_.

;,. III".jIi _!.otr.ulf". !.n.tMI" on,.,.er, to- our lioni arul evening of the 19th inst. with'n train of .Mr'. PENA Bulloch OLA-Dear, .Sept.:'Sir 11, 1846.The: .'_,,-.-JJV>Eye and Cal llah'O.--!}? \I heard them caU!you Bill Sticktr"" a ... .,.'.

U fiv 1 1y i about lOOO.pack: mules and forty"wag.- : .long.cxp ri Qce-joined togreatnaturalquickness 1 The New Bedford '
t1Mt I--l'iI..H. nns. The weather was excessively hot, steam ship Pnncetonjurmcd thismorn- ano;precision! of eyev jbe..had Boston Mercury says the
I I four days from'Vera Daily Whig scold .
- ; inpr, Cruz. She ; the' may its two-
..l.thI d st Hit j i. utt.'r'.I, ,t"nt"; trrib. and the men suffered much, one or two qwrcd power, of judging with, exrraordiniry" cents worth
with her the answer of the : it
brings Mexican everymorning at and
..,."mifl I..:.r. I IVIIe .! lying on the way but not a murmur accuracy,. both, of J'the welcome.'S .. .
din... I... .f fUlure'.1. 'i'r oIIrjnY'atimr escaped them. The, distribution ofI ..z. mules for ' 'usfor. the fAdjp tnt., I 'field,.and:of the probable That .. .
.hi..: I carrying. bajrffajre was oneibr 'of result jroung lady in .Prudenceville- -
our difficulties; The.contents ofthe, .
:i 'fril'- .,(.\" thn' IIlltrtin .ra ,rnrdsiI -:,I eight men' on this mule wa. 'pacneu' y> despatcKes'are'( of ,, fcnovn,4ut'.aairelF1i'listaItty ,qf movements,eiren:the;most com- isn't going to read any more of Wash -
! Iie'' IJC 1".11. tent, knapsack; '&c.r The 'mules. aH .r 1 course pllr ted, goingtorwardin: ( the 1 oppositearmies. ington In'ing's works, because he'was :
1.siili llaflpi' bclo.t t3 the ,Meicanare4undetheir given, it is 8Un The roar5'of'artillery, he '"received in a private audience the S.
- \, 1IIt"Ir.'f.\.t kt 3trtiug lu ." sy ; posed ,to be'iinfavorable. by o.. .
l.fO-fftrf'fI'rU. immediate chargeandare,; b'tedby. our smoke and rattFe,of musketry, even the: :queen'of Spain. i: ,
I,- Quarterllaster's I falling of balls around him' lwere ''alike..qnabh'to
Department. .
'an i4'vrn' ., mtt f"P.ign, Ihuntwin,',) \Ve arc now within about seventy-, Loss of the' :Steam .Ship 'Jfev York divert his steady gaze, or disturb A gentler a ii lost an overcoat in New _

: .jib (.kl 1.1..i...". five miles of Monterey, and ure' .waiting the -Seventeen' i' Lives. Lost. his accurate'judgment. never York, and vas unable to describe ifanjr

n:.riltln..1 .iui r"J.illr, knt 1t' lift.f 1t"1'' for supplies to be thrown !"forward to Steamship Galveston, Capt. I was he be mistaken| the s. farther than to s X "it had a soda bot-

nJir1hrt. this 11iace, which is ,to be" the.,depotThe ;- -# ;Wright, just arrived from Gnlvestbn i;']'tima\e :' c formedol'the distanceor 11ifjn one of,its,pockets half full ofbman.'dy. -

.ar.1 1.:1'" we ttl..1 C2l.'t1r.' ,1.iI.. iii.. wg stJ a'my will be concentrated here, brings the melancholy information the' 'approach of th'e..f1hl1f t1ie|:ef my.- ." : ,
loss of the Steam. New York .
hip on ,Even' the' further '
.. on 'extremity 6f the
.. (tilu:1.. and \vc shall probably more forward. inr.bont ;
the 7th inst. in a severe gale from the horizon .if.his r' HolmesVfactory in'Sharon. in' this
could reach
:1',1 telescope
1\1111 ;tT ,"' i" :), l tsir tn Ils' fi..t.or! twelve days. The enemy is in itfite
- ,Htt:-fit' i-i.. It!; our vicinity, but he has notyet seen'fit' ..N.E.V c subjoin the account furnishcb ir-' hostile, ,columns, ,. ,jie, obseived they --'-'- 'was tlie stopped'' yesterday*' not oujicof -
I by Capt. :Phillips. :Seventeen 'persons )riovem nauticpatedvery necessity '_. 'Taxiff.' but for the waDitor '
I to trouble us, although we, are :somesixty .. i.
1\--e d.n'ii I ,... ..f"11 "",'!.I. "Iii.,), n ,1..m ,.r !, miles in advance of the main were drowned, including twelve and; from the 'slightest 'indications, Water.Transcript.. .
..,..... .PI.4L. I I arE passengers and five of the crew 5 the drew correct,:conclusions' Ins to'ibe de- Never ,mind j. lay H to the T rift--- .

- A..10- iii.- 'f'"' tt4i1(.". ,,.gtI. :.1 .1a..I..c I iii E uiy. survk'or5wre' picked up by'the Gal- .signs whicH werelin contemplation; .
Post.A _
tillU"''!.; (From tho N. 0, Drlra. 13ili init.) \peston. J : ; ,
., TheBostbn<'Post I has th'e hungry Jew who was pay ing particular 1' "
flvlp.n"." J.I..I it. "um'I' :uia hente't.e.qlut CENTRAL DIVISiON-EU ITHER '! .",'iI. FROM GENERAL WOOL'S COMMAND. Ruin.-The f..ouisvjlleDemocro.t of "The';Newbiirypiort: Advertiser')'s' i to'w e! akea.v what 1 ,.

TiM'II .. "....rl 'fU I.t'. '.n "Ilt In cftJ1, 3d inst.._ says-That[ the proprietors. that a presidentpf n'yiilroad.cornpany he *assaying, to'Jt, replied, *T \ft& / r

..1.I.: We y ester(by received the followin" our iron foundries have raised,tfjewaf\ ,jflered to build na >rp.n.hJto. :_,.(the '.saying, thou"almost.. persuadest me. S.' to be.. .
.. jut rc8ting Jetfer from one.high1 in I esofTh: irfyoHcitig1iuen from 15 5'20< place, w'herethe' ,olf fellow; 'with the. a.christian. 4- S 1'.,.. t..It&l'& 14P, 'ml id'u-f i iIS is command under..Gen.., \ oOLAsle. ; Hvrites'uby :pecptsinCe the: p3.seag ; f 1h ; tiorrfs'-.and tail f.44vIV'r ides J jf anyone would : "\\Velfi; Sun, what you now 1
,44T MI-. tji'e boo I 1'ariwacs .are .n t. UtPqeJJrlet : hllif bin sixper i htum" (uividend- .
U'- \ ; } : {, statements. : think of all married ladies being hap-. I I
%VL.1N411. .I.41. ;o'; I :. wn, f'I' I!U.IICit ..f may; be reiieii.'bn.i I hands! scarce, F J:a/e'._ J.oE(! t.\h1 .1 oJic *.!,",rot, l ti gofrEe,'Of] courseiw p yV 0 .t. \ I

t" : 4.; : '\\TONJ ,.& BF.X.\R, SepY7I846.: ,the wages of'lnUs in our botyard .cpresum& : "Why, I think there are more .
WL"II.I'I'u'! ,; Jrill-.. ,'il''' iliitiibi" Ilmr I it affords me plt'n8ure'to n r Yft have also l bennUsed.. ; ; Thei'1io5&n.tq lhsisupe ,oqr 8Y, o;the press ,fa! that t> than there is that owtf." Jin'I i I/ t,. ,

11..1.'.). h..,.,. .",.U. 1I13t t cn. \\"o91j iniends to, pqth ., beginning to tjilnk/of/ :? wojdonars! pw free'1 pass'we reckon.:.. etubythe -. would-' not be !.H HHMHlWp. Vi MM PM MM #M MMMM. '**.' 1of -. .- ,. .
,\.wr1i.i. .v ..qr la-I ,1lIilIl. ?$?I4IId' : 'J.j.r 11" t tion tit "auvance-of his *JIT OIW'*,"j,9.11j day nd.IiOOU: niar.WfeK" Sbmuch for 'Post, over this track.-Eepub. The committee of the U. S.. senate,. "

He waits for from Laval o :free pass would Ashley and Chalmers ,
l only supplies repored.tivor :
\ n .ILI j.rft'. fEitgTlitqItp ; Indian \\re have
; Outrage* seen
not'b required generally for most editors -
Mr. .
ca, which are on the way. We'eipeccthemin i blyon Whitney's stupendousraik '
0(141. ,oa.': !(pays.the New"Oilcans Picayune of the ,earn a.jrg&totravel.theroute.. '
the course of some four or five, -, : road project. ."
It1..! "Jli.It.. WHIHf rIit n* bright i.t i Uth. nit.) E letter' .froma, respectable '
} Itmy day They consist of arms for C oJ. ; Post: : ? ..;: .., ...._>, r. '. '-' .:, f"-. \ I
!a.r dated Wiisbita 28th I )- '- .
source. ,, ,Fort July .I11u-Ruin.-The
... Yell's regiment of mounted men, ammunition of 1'lefts 1 .A friend pf.the J.sjandi J ,iCity Register. a
TrS'iJ .t I.i..i", e.fl, "I..e 'V:UI ""'8 sheLu1w3' s.tatmg that a/party t.thirty persons newspaper "
.1.,1..10..11. for Capt.. Washington's' l company -_ Fort Smith, Arkthiee, 'weeks prdvious -I. 'tellsa J good anecolote, of.a, Yanjieecaptain strong whig paper, says .
j' N'e.r.Vere the
VtrnU acront kind niJ U '". friend* \tnvf "hi.. of artincry, an subsistence for the, : for. Cal.forniaV. From reports: who'was[ fauna to oe possessor S prospects' of oar city i. '
The' roads have been so bad -of'a number'olr C 'so auspicious as at.the present 'mot"
troop mysterious kegs, which
;i"'f'd *-rupw..u. COLtMBIA.JacL"rill which had come in from the pramcs,
inconsequence of the rain, which continued thatthewhole he intended l landing' :at.Matamoros, and "men. .. A, li I 1
:was enteriained 5-
Srj1. 2814. 184C. .no (doubt -4 ..,
for twenty successive days, ,that had'been murdered the which fiomp-dnejbad reportedno .',filled -; '
I company : by The proprietors or the iron foundries .
r"'I'1t"II'co"f.11. Sa&tiuah G.*"r inn. they were found almost impassable.' A j l llIriariche's: We have given almOst I with specie. J 'A, pirate,. hearing of Louisville have raised the wages of

8URJLt'O, Mexico, Aug. 27, 1S4S. few days have greatly improved them, a literal transcript from the letter'before dogged.the: -,yankee 'froniport to their "working men from Ifrto.SQ.per.

Dear B.-The tide of conquest bust and consequently the suppliesnre rapidly ; .us: port, and ht last made a, demonstrationupon cent, since passage.of the new,tarr ,

len*h brought ns to lie foot of the comingforward. the ]latter, .which resulted in boarding ifli are still on riser-hands_
lofty lijges of fhe"\I ldre" .Mountains, ; The Genswil has been here preparing AN AMUSING ANECDOTE.. his little'vessel. ,The..chagrin of scarce.wages- .' ,

ud our Eagies are only waiting the I for the invasion of the province.of.Chi We transfer to;our hJunfns'he' subjoined the pirates may: '/.be imagined,-, whenthey '. S. .-- "... .

signal! to overtop them The soldiersof 1 huahua since the 14th ult. He will no amusing story from the BuffaloC'ommercialAdvertUer found that ,the kegs, instead[ ofwith A polite young lady recently asserted .

our hitherto peaceful Republic are doubt enter its capital' in the mouth of :. containing,the.specie;''were' filled that she had lived near atarn yard

tOw walking the streets of one of the I October. He will have a very efficient **,We, notice i j i in Eastern/ paper arer Weathcrsjield Onions and that it 'was impossible for: .'her to

oldest towns in Mexico, and are looking force, although it will be composed port of recent; action against London .-. ,. ,, '- sleepin the morning account' of the
forward to new victories, and new principally volunteers. They are chemist{ on account of Ii hair dye POOroldV'orih C r lina.-This Bo3tiaof outcry ' &:>Gentleman Aen ,

eoDq ests. ; hs is the fifth town of the best troops of the kind 1 have, ever that instead of turning! complainants! : the confederacv' *still wants the .' '. r. rHurra j ,

considerable importance that has already 1 I seen, and exceedingly well l officered--, whiskers\ to a jetty, blackness, had raised schoolmasters 'She-sticks; to/her vhig Fur Ht'n'1.,hnrratb Ctay.:and count Frelii, ruin'fhuy,enJ' :, : .

fallen into our hands, and the conquest The'Colonels] ;Yell, Hardmand Bissell_ l!; blister. in, consequence of which g iry.Jike.roS1 to tbeir pioet..t'ees.Ve: The OswegoN. ,Y. Advertiser bar.

.of one more will give us controlofthe are intelligent'nnd"effi ieni. whiskers, skin, and all l! had po ted o:,r- 'despair of ever.seeipgibqrrighi i herself hoisted-_ the standard of ,Clay and Fre-' .

best tract of hind lying between The force now concentrated is risingof Thiscase reminds us_of another,attempt. until the State de vises.some asof, for the next \

the'frontiers of Texas and the Madre 3nno men. Of these, ight* companies at .hair-dyeing; the I consequences of ed cating' her' pop latrori.__Wonder. :if llugbuyscn "Jne. cloer. presidential'toworic

ilomitains Mexico. This mountain i are regulars, four of dragoons, one wbicn,' H not so,'uiBnp .wbt. weieseri they.have'heard that Gen.-Harril i was and campaign.'all coondom will 'begIns soon be in .m >

fwge will form a good boundary line 1 of artillery, and three of the 6th infantry ous'enough"tohe: patty. 'In a country' .dead-yet,and. bave: t, :unwitiiogly tion.. r. '

between the two Republics. other i -all efiicient arid well commanded village in the State,:some, twenty years. ted for' Tip *nd Jy-ler tool'-.Marioll r

1ri11 ans\\'er. These broad acres, together I If we should meet;with an enemy on ago, the village tor was chosen DeacSn 41N'ew.-.. : : -- Not' so Bad.-' TheN. York News: .

with a few bordering. the Pa- our route, you may-rely, upon it they in the Congregat.bnal Church.'; Pew.Civility.-."H ve yo.unot! mistaken sayscarelessly' knocking a manVeyarout ; '

cifi?, trill be a fair equivalent for the ex will give'a very good account of themselves -, 'fhe.Doc'Eor, though a hale;,hearty man, the sirl blandly said a Sunday >ith .a;broken axe may be termed

penses of this war, which was forced ns well as the volunteers.. Indeed had turned gray, in W1 earl 1'liCe, and, Chesferpeld pew to a stranger,he en badaxe44ent.. ;4E:7.': t ...

ipon us by our arrogant and prcsump- < pci one doubts of success wun. at the time'we speak of' his locks'had ,terednit. < tAn. Irishman' ;. 'in\writing- t letter;'to*

twos neighbor; and as it,appears to,be three times their'number' opposed .to'them. become of almost snowy. whiteness.He -' "i beg your.pardonre-pJI i! his sweet-heart,. asking whether she -

a rule amongst European nations that .. Adieu. A. was a gallant man, though' a sincere gooutI feSMW would accept of his love or' not writes '

the worsted party shall foot the bill, I Christian, and his hoary .honorome' 1 took it for a, risian's.e thu ulf ,don't 'love> pkiestnd
: rae -
So 'hi J' you ;: .
him. to
that "SPECIMENS OF BRITISH INDUSTRY. what annoyed grace .
Government will follow ,
presume our .Bulletin., : "vhack letter without
before' the Sab.; '.. the .braking
the example' ,, but to do this she ." dignity, the night the.seal.1 .*
Dust take land as money cannot be "Not n fortnight ago- Ibrahim-Pacha bal;when 1 Hhe .sacrament. ,' as the corn.rnunionwas.termed ',T Streets .0J .Jo er'Y. There ''is ?_ i j : > : .- .

kid. What precise object our Government took a quantity of live stock an4. bn- : admin. ,, one:.incident, connected.,.wjth,tthO.hjsto?: Ji Good' Owe.-A' 'Westeni;' edifer .
has in ist ;heunderiook'ioldye js haJr.t ry of Montereyinl'Iexico; which,is.not : ;most '" -
view by precipitating its gUsh goods out with him to Egypt c rives the following arthe '. :
forces upon this; part of Mexico, unless The following' articles, however, were .abecomin-'brown,'mor /enerally'known.! The. streets. of that ?ed. method ,of killing' fleas .iBiUoaa- '

tle for the purposes .of severing the. not mentioned in the list. JVe hasten; "!' ge.Ve''knoiv not: what 'application-! city were paved byAmeri.c nj ri89n rs, parts: Place the .animal i J'J on av.faasJl- "

Korthern Provinces, it ,is difficult to to repair the' slight (has been cast. he made,use:of, but ;during .ll,*; mornin taken bythe forces of General Arredon-' pIne hparaj and hedge< him In, withjpoty5 ,. : .

tumine. To ''conq uer a peace" the upon every one of them. He has 'taken ?'service, while the new Deacon sat 'I do.ropiMina's ,qpr brtunateexediuonP then reaa'him an >ccbunf' of all t.' ". ':,

city of Mexico; which is Mexico itself i with him 'the bill he paid at! Mi-' tfnderthepUlpi .AS cust" inaryfthe- of..1816. audcemel14Wth IOTUw w!.! Tailrbad m'bOai accidents*bid1.' ; .-i ,

feat be struck, and & do this it must[ : vart's hotel this is to be, shown to".bis-action of the light V?jidlr 'wOrked a I These men, who had noWy perilled theirHwW'bbtato have. happened.the listtwelv.e. moirta*.... ..;. ;;:.; .

to reached_by the way of Vera, Cruz or : (father as an, instance of English hosr, chemical)aud 1 ahn S'fmagic lrchaogeiin I i the independence' ofMexicoAvdre : k.o9w, as becomes frighteftedt'tOM ;? :.;.

Ttmpico. .The columns ,of Taylor,' pitaliiy\ andjs i to. be framed and hung thooutvar4, .a'dorlun: pt fjbi8 head: ; takeri. priioher,.and after a ', ir.draw.outhi" .UIl.t -""' .

Vool, and Keune) can lop oflfa few tip in the Pacha's palace.,in Alexandria.. .,,J iockqdeepened ino..a.rown1 c.l. I beiag kep .at herd labwr i on:the streets f. will. starve. -to\death. !. .7 '.'' ..... .. .. -.,. ..
fe e Provinces front this ; : vhilepth fl J dto.fieryred ufMonteeyfQImG.pI3were; ; ? en oat .r-- S I. ,
part of Mexi-' He has likewise a prize, bull. He. r .. 4 ,. .
eo but.they can never reach by thisttthe has the portraits of the most 'populariJ ,and ioino. gentl bslded trOni i and, ,baSely,, ofeyfea r\j.9f the'!go- I .TheNOaDddEaskaus: It tJt ;. ... :
of Mexico' ,itsdf irpristint-wbite1: si ii 1thbbLL1 l I. ''er. iiri" it .tfJ. ._ .I. ', "Why'novrite a r t. q... .. 'i
city ,a dis.1Ke.o1 dancers of the day, to. give'his country- ih ., ._. .;1' ( 7 ,_ t .0 ,. .:!:.!_.__,<.TI.tlict I :5rj .
over 90.0 miles. The difficul- men an idea of the, I ar.famedShake., ., jcat81:pea.grre.n.J AlL wicoriscf6fiB'Ofh.yariegcd i P. J It Icow.1floomla'err'c. ) "r: I
TI .iv Yorkers tw ' i : Inonsidat t\on\ f\b nzj eOt t -
tits are obvious. Hugged mountain spearian drama. .He carries QUtWhhjilin ,honQtUlP I : : e ..
.P *;es must be forced extensive tracts- a fetf bottles' of ginger beer and. .ordinary i't'tcejt' op up4e F 40qbl jth}. "' 'bc&a_ the !n'biiV. '.ik t.Wc&rfltdo It.--Xiach. > ; ;

country entirely destitute 'orwater, Bass's pnle 'specimens' !o.r the .took 1o'iciatC-,'. bfSnnl round tbocon' Om ibus. 'Vi ) aJDn Xort&4se., PP I:eC.ujer. ''JIf: '-, "! a.* i.1116. *?* :'-5LAi. .. .

'-t be passed, and then' to ,add to wines'of the ntry. He has'IB recipe I secrateabreaU and )WrnTh"'e 'corfl- at. S.rerectorl' 17 tt.'iabl"rP4'I- !' ,.:"L.t fl ,..-'.H..f."." >f'. y ir-'QIZ":

*the supplies must,be-drawn from for making'sherry cobbler, and:,amura-! :!1 municafltSWern.. huthbk.jibr. .Ctin s P .nc. .r .. .. ,.' -"j'- .'. ,' tt''t l 7 JVoTtti,nirw*** l'Jr b ri2f .
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United States, at least for most of her of straws to teach, :you ng;Egypt:toisrtnck i iiaJi', ;eeling.'deeply e. ) ------ T .".higi :>N'- 'p tr6&i2etbatJli9: t'," jd': 'titff iT1T4$ '. .

""*). Nothing is to: be had, the same. tHe.has. ,thedietof, .,a;i the' !o ut hiJJ a "._ir.I ': l W1fiilv ei_bQaiM :bnaag': '.;.ttee] ;:ot c.dJ > t ".41r471cf! : .
or 1li j, mountains in the of I -law too ifi the 'nstQ the.The ;, hieve4.. .! / ; .r
: :
-* way poor union, to convince ms Jathei.r r was \ Rit'f ".",7.L' : : t.L *pfe3w w. teyiedp.t.:
Bce dtreshbee. ,I of the little Eilishman&1W llfWp&buf i was. .. m i JU t of r na e.MtIMJt.. .. nYef. e.- t .'1' ',
; -"f except corn a e' : I* !'tivIiLri .". ,. 'roR e A 1majA hA. AMWML ?. ._ I .
Tk'forroer: constitutes the only bW .on, Ie'hu. e tWitkr 1iW': -f_ ? l e clfr'. I1 ''." .. 't.i1I"' '' 1.,. ,- .: ,
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andhaij have
*VM i&t' '*-: .t u 1 : x OU l ns ( 'Wa:, ptei6 i"' I**.
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5% B A tt- : "Senator 'rJi.l indthat'He: has not half the chance ot' '
doUvsd s,11
$&?' *$ '- amount nftyk thou sand*' ; !, l j y i Yee kccaitonw4ieei .
7 ; %* WILLE, OCTOBBR. '.2,1846. &llr sembl r an" orJ fl -5-'on the ecutiBfr their claims as oar Representative ;
?i* **Uv-:?,"I- -- -- that it wilt makej tdlf/ .A *se" blymen" "* > pro there,.s s aer .'
Bfc'j*,*5..-i.f1t I --/-%>,>i V.fcM: T v lhT M'Si. WJv#- \ t v 4NX f this- tax' is lewefoi us bytexingfoDrfc back*, as::the. case i' may. -be. If the-.1.01sp..eCo'.f i,I ...-..and .Senators.i _-'- in tfi&.lkna,4iutderive wjII teJ1y .i"Jitt.'Yhij .
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rr M-. ,- .. | .i- > V cotton, goo s ad'ticles.oi. : ,general now..9r suspectthat any per ; The testimony and paper* respecting : Tuiiffof 1842'enahte. '
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is to be taken offering to vote is not entitled to tho claims of these companies, which
< *VT.V f.f : : ,. c l,consumption' or, whether .son as greet: pro5t by .
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; **-A -< >OiK i'! jr is made their to were received at Washington in the
v <- ; ; : proportionably articles of luxury that'privilege duty th&prooCcotton! as lie

'; : F ; 4i :: ; -Y -;-:," LTIC. -WOMINA- ---. In.thelatter- ., : .case,.our proportion challenge him.. and examine him on course of the last session, were presen-, from! the,protection! of 40 _,
; pe ,
half above amount 9atlfl f. ... .. ",' '. ... .:' ted in the house of Representatives :by: fall l"in the, \
c, ,.zkff! but one .ojtfi; 'q >> f i. (::4 : ( < S price of cam l'

: ft* ; f sentative to-Congres :j&inojaxJjVJJkcQwho fr os j3 t I Immediately'after the polls are closed Ir."URocuNBRouoH'and referred to the been evidently produced : "

; 4: ;'WS9 r fi A.JJ1 ft.'If. 8. A.f"TT;- tTT AAl-l? -li'TTtf1"j >lt' ... are;:'nnd are'wore,right: .. ,! the: inspector. must.. count' the. votes committee on 'military' affairs. Owingto ing down pf the.priceimprovements ot.C9UeI"')\

&4? 'f w'-- '1TEST.-;; -'_ .FLORIDA' .- I v< 1 i t?. jJytriquiredWpay' :'itV :Jh'e l Wbigfs;; of ':pnb1i ,1y.ilt twd' pr" mbre: ballots' are the press of business i connected' with in' ma chl ;",

,- < .3f 3 ; : ,- -froVAL CbUNTY.---------- i! '' Our:. .State knowlhese- (facts. 'Hence.' :found folded together iu/i'box.they..must'be ,the, ,.Mexican \war which occupied that M.r., CABELL will delight I 'iii:

; : ;' I I, Mr.: CELL j Jiare; << ..notJtnke: Decided, ..I ,destroyecl.r But :IPO ballot: 'properly committee,. the subject was ultimately .d.ience, and caaaeit U> give _"Wi
S -S
; !) 3 <*
? .->TSjfeS For Representatives: ,' 1.1-:/ ;: *' rgrounds r jn- !:vi fa"PCAf-- bjgh d protectioni-r?i endorsed, and found.,in the. wrong. box,. deferred ,until the next session. It was rious Applause,. by telling, '; cm

A. .A. OANOVA, ,. ; ( :4Butif he, is .e1edted/,' be. like KING of 'shall. be destroyed. : { considered' to .involve an investigation is caused by the, great Whj

I -< :BENJ. ERISBCE.;' ...t'I j -- '.Georgia, 'will''vote' ."ijgaihst1' the .irit, rest One" "of the- certificates" '" *, .'of the *i irispec-, r quiri g'-more' time: than the committee 1842. 5'Mr. TarlI
d' -I.--t.ALACHUA .- t; ... of hisonstituents.cjA'itIfl t.i"i., f*' ,*' '.. tot :mu it be ,enclosed! ,. sealed, and endorsed could! under the circumstances j I .:CACELLmakesforts : extrd

.: ., k J&S ; : AND MARION COUNTIES/ M ,..tH: :'! ,jpe'mocyacy'>? !) the, State' Election' Returns," and" together bestowal- the,late session. to sweeten the :people ofl' fI.

... *f .'., ...' bave much to 1I9paonamuch to:fear in' .with the poll: book, must be'conveyed As soon as these claims reach the .Whigg-ry, by 'm'akingft.
8F ) Fdr Senator' I ;' ; the contest. ,Ibis* the'death- struggle' of by one 'of'he inspectors'within: Senate the Representatives from the rade about the sugar interest "
"'. GABllIEL, PRIEST' ,, 'the Whiy&faW'th':Will,,stram' every :five, days' to the office of the udge. of 'State in that body will', we, are confident lation to the Tarirof' 1846. He at

t Fjor Representatives-. liervd j 1opr.c9rO.( Lii. I .success/'If. ;> they, Probate." ,0n the' tenth" day after, the be prompt to press the subject to sents that there are 00,000 np..
ij a JOHN G. REARDON, .4I d,, we shall}have little to, fear- election" it .is< made the duty of the Judgeof a successful issue. They are known to paged in the sugar plantation;ia r t...

-': f>,; .. : LOUIS ,ALDRICJI.HlLLSBOBOCGH 'from',thent hereafter.: If, they conquerus ,Probate to, 'take" with him' two Justices be untiring in their efforts to secure iana alone. He pretends that tfcl..

.. .. '. of tbe Peace citizens the interests of their constituents and *
t -' although the strength of the Democratic or respectable I' isiariians arid the whole Unr d S-

t BENTON AND,LEVY CoUN 'paity- may.'be vastly:Fuperior, it and. publicly; ', at the Court. House, as to Mr. C-\BELL'S superior abilities to are to be ruined by the late redac .

TIES.yl ._ :. will,take,years:to;recover'!our:position.'' <,canvass the returns*,* frcrn'all- the' precincts prosecuto them, it is all electioneering o the duty on sugar. We, ass, i

;Let Democrat remember this and ', ,in the. And within two fol-de-rol. what he
..1 For Senator, : every ,. ., county. reason can have for this.r4

1 :' \ :. : let every Democrat cast. l his i vote. :, days thereafter, i he shall mail at the -- ulous! outcry. Sugar of the
COL J. A. GOPF.: : V7 >jJl: q
: 19IH. VA DEI,I,',. T.CT.VJI.As
You l havpanadytptage in your can nearest post office on 'the most direct manufactured in Louisiana and

.For Representative, didate.t ; He'has honorably'proclaimed 'route e'to the'seat of government, directed we have never had the pleasure pays a duty of forty cents less
.i ; WJtf. H NCOCK., of hearing Mr. CABELL deliver nn address opc ,-
.. \ his Democrnticfnith. He has acquired : to the Secretary of State and endor. hundred pounds, than by theTtnft

.I respect ,from'nir 'persons,of' all l parties., ,sed,"Election returns". a certified copy during the present canvass, we 1842. Hut -the lowest priced '
4 Jb-,Election. for Representative: 'to And' ,' :'' have been unable to form idea of iog u
: : he'ha .dh&'kby, showing afrurikand of a certificate signed by himself .and any and those most '
and Delegates to: the State f i import! ,
I Congress manly, character.,-' -- He avows his assistants, containing in words and electioneering tactics, further than : a duty one dollar and thin PI

S .j,'"Legislature* on Monday. next' ', 5th Oc-. I Himself to 'be_ a. Democrat: Ho'hasfex'plic'itly figures, the' whole number of votes given what was suggested by,his i great Circu 4 I per hundred pounds. Now centa Ie.

lober.v' wa faa
il {; :> i proclairriedlils. :hostility 'to'the in his countyforeach officer, &c.-- lar. As that was carefully studied p our planters
sugar grumble at. Tier
'-' [jThdHon. D L.: YULEE passed' doetnne. ** f of.'\hiiffi/protection.** :He' jias.i The-- original- must be- recorded auo; committed to writing, and published to now receive profit of 35

t "this place on the 28th ult. on" his way' not. / skulked. ; :. ** ,"tJ from-,* -t.expr- -inghjsopjn-* filed.',, the world,' Mr. CABELL was very attentive I Louisiana they have per imma eenuI

; from Washington to St. Augustine.We .- J joh!I. ..Hovv'*sit with ,Air. CABRLL. He' S -,--':--- :- in laying nothing before the public ly rich. And grown

is 1 object'of v his S A- COBBE( TION. that could be brought against him although they prtf.ei
understand1 that he will shortly an dist.rullt'to O\vq'party.hi' up that
T In,our abstract the remarks of Mr. they were only obtaining a proEu
I i leave his eagernessrto obtpin' 'Democratic i hereafter either by friends or foes, and
on,8 tourthrough
St.Augustine ,
-- :K4IN at this place on the 22d ult., we I per cent on their capita), they III
votes'hehas been afraid : he consequently made no unfortunate
the various counties East'FJorida; -forthe to 'xprcssJiislhicpJ
J' ''' "j "i. inadvertently made 'two' errors, which 'I now contented to receive one of 30
4 .. purpose of visiting his friends., ..faitft.! : .tHo. has lost ground admissions of any I kind, merely endeavoring -
I V we hasten to rectify, ,one of them in justice cent. But JUr. CABELL would hteg
with; the \% higs.) .,.jThey'do not ; t to make the public believe that
.' LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.-Th respect to Mr. KAIN, and the other to Mr. he both the cotton and tobacco planters of Rrida I
was nrd. Democrat
0 muchas .they do our idate. Whig ,. so
"J" cnq
\ :: '. _*News": having been ' I the |;}Iis'cire* '" /*i" r they* look" aridicu- CABELL. We stated, in following a that no one could tell what principles sacrifice their own interest iii

1. : BUCHANAN : : ;; upon as :; hasty note that "Mr. RAIN asked der that they give a profit toll
..Hon.,: JAUES Secretary lou? piece clap-trap.: ,Hence we are -1 noWhig they were sustaining in voting for him. may

: State, as one of the. two Gazettes of to vote for him from personal fa But we ]learn that in his per cent to the sugar planter, wiii
strong in our candidate i and : speeches
;, Florida authorized to publish the::IawsJ' we trust vor." It would have been more properly will benefit himself alone, and not&
he will receive all the around the country, he feels himself at
p .passed at the last session of Congress '1- {% : suppdrtour Sty par.' ". expressed. by saying *that "Mr. American consumer of cheap sugtr.
,cfln ,giv ,bim. ..4gmn we Jet liberty to abandon his usual policy.
J' : we have this day commenced > say, KAIN Tel: it his duty to avow himself Mr. CABELL tells the people cf Ffoda
:every Democrat. cast his vote. Let him What a man says, is not so readily
: their publication. a' Democrat, and to proclaim his Democratic that they ought to have had fmmai
remember the sacred!duty he'is called weighed and remembered, as what a..
t :, principles, and that if Whig appropriations at the late sessou. J H
::1 I i CAPT. \VATERJIAN.. -Some. weeks since upon 'to perform. Let him: remember any man publishes. Mr. CABELL has, therefore
,. chose to vote for him, he would esteem claims that appropriations would tan
t we published the official returns of the the interests he has',at stake, and the ,' in' the 'course of his canvassing
I' ; it as a personal favor.: The tenor of been made, but for the Democratiept
t Militia 'election in Alachua, I Marion ;and importance of the right he is bound to tour, expressed many opinions, which
Mr. KALI'S remarks, was, that he should ty. Mere he places the Democracy
? Levjr,counties.. We did 'so in consequence I exercise. Above all,it is upon,East Floridathat he would never have inserted in his
publicly proclaim his Dcmocratic principles i a false position. Their principle i
; a-Whig report, that;the proc our struggle'.'depends. Let ... ---. Circular. Hitherto he was like the irishman's
S and that il any Whigs saw littq that the General Government hares
lamation of the State Government had every,citizen' of the 'East remember'the flea, \\hen you put your fingeron
support him, they would do so know right to make appropriations fori.a
been published contrary to the returns triumphs we have gained: and that it is : him he was'nt there but the moment
> ing-that they.' were supporting'a! Democrat nnl improvements, other than what IB}
rec ivetl. In a communication pub'. upon us that the duty'resist: The State assumes any tangible position, he

-is'l dng towards the aodjcnowjng. the, Democratic }policy becomes fair ,Jn his Circular be necessary for aiding national l deft*
Jishedin the \Vhig Bannerat.Palatka East.. You game. he
,. ,, r,candidate .-
-- which he had told and Moreon
A. t them he would ces the general good, ;
and signed"Marion) ," we were led 'tc relies upon 4 friends, in the [avoids expressing any decided. opinion
; pursue. S if each State was to take a share sec*
believe that Capt. WATERMAN was' 'a 'East.; .Let; ,us,'.do,ourbesti Let every but give him a good Whig,prepitict, und
.. The other correction is due -to Mr. dng: to population,Florida wo JdLeet
writer whom Democrat to the .' he will show} his true colors.
.1y 'ig. The: we imtneAiately go polls. We shall '
S CABELL and the ,likewise titled to 50OCO *
error intrie only out ofappropr
then''do" arose. We understand that '
: 'recognised as a well: known our-'duty to Mr.'KAisf and 'add l' CABELL has
}hurry of taking notes. during the lions amounting to thirty millions. W..
'.Whig, yet who professed :to be a'Dempcrat -- "another to the list' of triumphs of the been in the habit of attacking Con yen.lions.
of '
have hud
t. delivery a rapid speech. We stated during the late sessioD'IIt11'
and 'sympathize with Democracy of,East .F1bridaT1REZd.CTOS. This is natural.} The Whigs

:.Capt.V***U ATERMAN, made veX' a great outcry' .; *. that.)j\Jr., ,CADELL. had, pro. ]lamed, in a imagined that they were to be opposedby proppation of an hundred tbousaddSkits

speech at if the I for Kc.s.Vcu"
i\lh4nppythat electionofIresidrnt fortifyIng
about injustice. We published the offi"cfal Mr. BRGCKEKBSOUGH, and had their
;,I a The people. of .Florida] ;well,.know ,A. : should' .be thrown into the I election falsehoods therefore no leason to complain! m

returns. upon ,which, alone. ,. the, that.:_ttbe last .election ,Mr CAB ELL 'received House of llepresentatives/that he,would But already printed for have had more in proportion to corps
' '
use. the State
could be> .Democratic
commissions issued. Convention

t .--. v *. the Governor commission' S. v teailio.. pleased, in case'the electors illation. than any 6ther State faUnp '
Jearn that, ,since this. time, Capt. \Vi. ; knocked) all their fine pans: in
: .consequence. .of tho. neglect of-the proper of our Slate snould 'choose a 'Democrat the head. .n'.
TERMAN has deniedlbeing'nVhig. and They hodhad their Jabor
,, has threatened with bowie;' officers 'to forward the relurnsj'ri Wevcr'c y. .. '. in' error.' ..,0"Mr.-..KAIJJ. ',.remarkedthat for nothing. Hence their sudden antipathy In:hia electioneering speeches J
us pistole
-c :
.:; time.That no :misapprehension i :Mr. CABELL,.had, 'at. Micanopy, in C BF.LL makes many her attacki 6f
may Conventions
knives &c. Hence Mr. .
find .t.BELL'S -
nquiry, \Ve
'. exist in.regnrd'to their' ,
S that Capt. WATERMAN i it' .. -'- ferocious.. attacks. ,, unon-thnt. VI'I'V
at'tru'e.Vhig1 ..--.... kwJl:....;.-.- &'.: -I---, VL-.* -. *. / S". an 'individual J what L -c---- -r-:-" -- '* *J
jind ,wu ucg.icave m urge me siaiutes reia-* -4 ..4". S as Jto.. ) .. "course heshould useful and Democratic: ..institution.lo for instance of'being favorable fiwof
'our S'
we -
present excuse as ,aboveS : 3 '
live elections.! 'Remember that. the'. ..' take in- case'Mr.C4Lflouj's. name Mr, :seeking to swap oflT our FloriJij
; S eover has .
mitten for, having misrepresented t > *- > : >; 5' an un '
.. t4i1u.of the .returns !produced great should. .not cjome.' Before. the House of consciousness that he asy groes for white laborers, of refosiagkpay
beiflgalwity.s ,ieady to., rectify any ,injustice WHS never nominated -
inconvenience. and;endeavor toprcnta Representatives: consequence of his our soldiers, & &c., :but tkK
::1 .... Coav
we have unconsciously done by .a n.tjon. He came, into
: recurrence of the same'in future not being'ahiong'the' three highest' candidates charges are'ohio well known to b -
But.,we_must say, thathcwihl_ .only render the field) merely] upon, the strength of a '"
; himself ridiculous by'threatening Qualifications of a 'L'Dter.The vot'er'mud' stated.. 'that, .lie. should.*,.then dinner. We cannot; wonder therefore trdry to truth, that no one wiIP-

4i editor: with pistols,* : Nor gentlemnnneed an be 21 .years'of age,:must -havere-S ,feclljhimself. i ] .at,' :liSerty} ,vote.for, whomsoever at his. opposition"'to a system which. take hem for anything but S'hig 1 r.,
1 have obtain ;side in Florida: for. ,'two years and i in the' -. he,_ pleased. The difference, tho trap., There ;is .I little.danger Q ,
recourse to bullying, to V : '- .V 'Vr" ; assent of the whole.people to
I ._a rightful explanation.from another county for'six m nthsimmediately pre;. therefore, in the 'respective'positions of tlie nomination- of, a ,candidate" !. He- prehended' from ,them, as their fal f

S ce4irgtho., election, ,,*',-.He: must" be (enrolled Mr KAIN: 'and Mr., CABELL, is that, in ihaf loafers is so' apparent as to be evident eni Pa
gentleman. and idlers
says ,about CourtHouses
: ,. : injhe .militto, janless easejr.CAr.frmrr'k: :& : '
S .
<<"--" .. exempted natne' Whig.MAJNE :
2- genernUyruler .. .
_ :IT E PEOPLE, FLORIDA. ; bylaw:: haturalizedand. he were hot' .come before. 'the-.House of Representatives and ., Conventions" ,,S .

'7.OflJHonday:next you cast your' votes in Florida atjhe I lime ,o1.itsc ss'lon' to S : that;Mb JKAiwwill;; :vote fora Democrat not the people.. Was itloafers and S EL> CTio s.-The followwf.
for a Bepres ntative. of your ,*State i,ft 'in i the .United States, J lie, must; 'exhibit His) ,'and_ .Mr. CABELL. for a 'V Ii ig.So .-' House idlers that ruled .the Convention thp 'result. l of ;the. elections }in Ma1

4 and for t certificate '' ,which nominated. ,HENRY ,-CLAY. far as heard, from : j1r
:: Cpngress,, Asscmblymen%o your.State. certified 8 pyN. :one that happily Mr: CiABELt, has taken: and ; "

S.,:,<<. ,. .Legislature.; T.hls'will.. bs the can [vote: who- :has tv/ been?*: '.:COUyftetdoan "
i.f'J: Harrisburg. Was it
< laHlti-me we.:shall meet the eyes'of our i infamous, "', crime.' / ., .* this was} jnuch, more ,than we ever ,' loafers and Court BRONSONVhig, 27,9.78.9OB3. SC"'4.

,. readers t' _'until after the. 'election1',Has.been Mode. ; ,jof flj4.the elections* '-Tie expected front him... ;,S i House idlers: that, nominated the Delegates :The. :;e"urns yet to, co '3

:: ,. ilecided._ # -" Feeling_ _the.,_ deep. ;irriportancel. ; Polls;are'to bb''opened af'.'nine .',ijlbi ck' 5- -5 : ) _'", 7 .--- .. :. ..I to tic hielperiiocratic State Con will' Fncreasc, PANA'S plurality COQ.i
\S: I TUB.,.J. >.C.VA It.,COU T,V: :YQKiUNTEELL4JOrn'4tNI1 vention. Did, not the people] have it/in 4
but elected
0- .ofi;| ,- contest.-- to, the jDfmpcratic- -- :party. in the morningand i 'cfoscd at bve I o'clockteJ ", ; : ably hecapnotie ..oa

;: 'wft earnestly entreat,iheraiiftieflect! up*, in-,; -- Three" : '-' -'"' The '* their power ,to secure the election ofwhateverdelegates't of thelararo;scottAinir vote. Tki.-
boxes -iti.4
;: cye/img. > ,arete. 69, : friends; ,of;& E followingup l* A
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'the iaterests they have,.{ 'take 'and -V y pJ nud.Did; :the upvearied'exed i|
,. prvided4bytli i :i inspectors at. ,*he' expense their usual" humbug'policy, have','clecUbheered tHe' arisen.through '
I'" their ) ODtTn not, people l nominate ilr, J AiN. ,'of the Abdlitioniits antflUL3'sqof produce J
: : to. nie every .ezehiontp: ; ( 'e. : ;of the,county to 0))respectively ''in this > >I''t, 7'
I<" r ', mightily cbuntV l !
by' '
.4. 'J' MrCABBLLyjll; make i 1latelectioRnNQyjIampshie. !!
tQtbat A
5-f.: ; ..Jhe.triumpb Democracy.In designatedenatprs 'S" ..Re r tt ioiy. s 'bOr that "' ; butts9rry capital things; similar i '
', ; it .. ,, > representing our .Congressmrshave : ( of this.
f gu S .kLi4b8ve
:> the first;place they' must reflect &'S 'bni"l ;' nd''A"'s' : L "'v *< i< t r ,
m l'manai done.nothing' ,to,, the .
secure Iqy.anceortbechimBAte.rtaia '
: ) I't' ,. -: In,his
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allonkl ) 11 eteciionecringt;
t, : pen Ih; isstfeal iJavblvedT The. ,box.. -" rl1e.baII lot '.the various of.fices. volunteer] speeches Mr HALB' :and'GJop :rcs an' .
in ibe Northernfancl Mid CABELt'takes'about ':the' same whole'' fo pf the to
'VYbfe! party rL&b5epaTtate'da .. L'bat1cine : ground State, behalf
'J t-s :roj uT : c mpanesithav served this the'
: W s- county-. ..upon '
die. States ))7CCUtetCJl into the Con-, i"orlRep 'nJirti' 4-0n rfor ;; : '. subject. plTihe. Tarifl. ; :that he Liberty' or,A Dofittbn) party.Tjie r.I4 '

.' fe.::. *& v *elections. under> the'Tit"igretsional .cry..of aV S 1 i i$ Dat r.'i.f !b6 16 ,fJV-af iiatoiit'a' ,:' 'rie' dffrChese,1 during: 'theSemrnoje The 'pedple J ;Yk Wboareno._ .The. (f fat's; does;" 'i in,his 'Circular, ,No' one caq 'possibly ( Hpuse- 9(.pepreacntatiTC*, If!

S "; r;: :. ..I'Tariffor. igkpfo ec n .1!' ,Jt inee4. for; "',A tafrt ssemblyman*<| m\tt.or'r-xJrftt,Assemblymen-vJ. .t w 5 r.',i. r; "4fv-t -" -' /i'J-| iBe -" *" -" ; to, divine "thQposition he really holds.. ',standst31. 'Y igst, aDd,"20 .P1P!'I. '

.:: ;}' '. reca ..iBI.\e.'th....... uIrages.tbat rdingJt:8 l herarcneor.moro. a- judgeforUhem elves- He claims I to ,advocate. th :>&u &opiii.; and '1'Libct'tyiau; : .' :. (
S i'1'"J. '''3; i.r: ; q ;, to They:know that our,' Democratic. .Rejraent'ative1 i otavitfr 1 thosevenieHaihed i 5 :' i- S 'P0' ,. .- '>'. 15:

.:-- : thia tptihasinflicLecL l : 1 electe4 iQh.coj46tvvit! 2n rpal *
SON;tind : ,i fiif en v' Y- Tthe : GeorgiaJo: i'
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'THE- .,TARIFF- > 8. teiwy: ; .lj i> r i 1&' 1e t i ff ''t ..;._.". .-..'.2Y..ri..y,7''i.....1..., ,< -* i* A,.. ." ,. .r-.Aw. .'. ".. '.-- 'S" ", *:\'V ".
1846. .f"
square yard, shall, , itweaty' --1 .1:1 1- 0. ; .n ..1.,.." '.* ... ,.. OT'' ,,,t. ;

.! who bare.not a cents ,the:square yard?' If,, 'tbe, ;tb,. = i : UaiicrtA11. .If'; ..W.1' : .fe."
which Teal volue rcri r- -
difference of the -
che pest Cotton goods,' of thev Notheyy.thfrd' bale of p e_ rrfor-.eI t.JL' z"t. .
modified* by is but four cents n 'itis! .cotta! .z "< I'Il".t& we J wt ; -
square "
as ; isiEereniypu .u .
4B .
tlie ., ,
j I pay .Cor s fUTe OJ .olKa AC OWVi : ** *>*V C -r ,r jLjgp -'9' '., -.
from the high placed ,by the law.[regulating the tariflj .loom; and the, spindle, The Democrats. I' 1'L.. ..rL L'I L...Q';t..C.-.-,. _.r. .c." of 1842] at the false ,value at.twenty.. of,the South defending : .1.1 J .' "Lf.l been 1ul rt1 azxl m t S:;.( r '
lS2 nd its are : themselves D! SstI '.i ..
,> ,as eeutsporquarc yard, and.the duty' J levied.OBI and their" fAn Qaice at ? eing.n1k', fludjs, ei4 that ihe Ntvtt('"na 't.M1i:1IMtt ...'. .il, .to:2j
property agamst this j 1t1"\'ei.r aif" : : '." *;
the unjoi t' Jr .tIMt r J".tr .ra& ILttm ;
marked *
re- iwI
upon tKe'fictitious': value.-.aisThg it' imposition.! call N'ethrn upiu'J pattieW 1jI* -,\ ,' .
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you zpi I .
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one who has ,five times. higher on the cheap article citizens nezlit. ', jb WI ,
-ery ivhigs of I Democratic. party consumed by'the poor,' than ipon the shoulder to shoulder, in'thisl onr-com-, ,tYPkneI.tLt.ofikP.with, tbs ;ftrgs fr'nd I'c.ver a' NewnnnThi.J!''l'\da.._ctt.fot,"III1J4IWIt; .t. ,1iL.o ',

and 'a deliverance. fine article n .purchased' by. .'the morewealthy. .: .:mon:cause. Remember,;that' ih,"Addition .' SQeh! a pnhnuJ4.g.1 ru n."o.a".rrt.' qQ.r I'''. .flida.II.J J.II'faci..IDf'.r 'to..nI'Jt.- ; 'j" .r/A .
: to this dintimte4 e IUrtlOflJ ._..,_. >.,1 1!; '
heavy and '
( for the benefit of ,unjust irapasi-: tP'tiont"itnft. .icb'' n f'4uItatp all I nbtva. Wihs ieUlss. ., .
"The operation of the Specific duty tion, you are taxed a ,second, ,time by .nd'ci ; t .r-f1ic"J .qul'.rff'C"Hft.o tt .'hkI* ii ;tin.4ii.' t .

it necessary to presents a similar discrimination against the State, a third time by the wi3IftufeIt11ih tJu1.s tJl vmof.qu.nM.I in 11!,r., i .ii,fileiI 011'.r b.rore the dl... ; 1M.ppemm .}" ."."'7 't 5'

e. given I lately. the poor and in favor of the rich.' .Thus. and Y9u''who': reside in he city' of county: Talf, -4 ,. :,. tttta'jnit'cMmc1aiJ. ''.'.. .' lmiTtiriL.4r J'f'lmha.. S _4 t ..0..: .. ,

its merits. It : upon salt the duty is not'upon the value lahassee, fourth. time by' the corpqra- 4. '1'PP" -IJI.1 ''.- DalHn3 befikd.andtIe rbern icbllw otM1d.. k f. "' ;.'' 5, .1 ..
pa..l. .
j..fI.d._. "
i but' t is eigljt cents a bushel,:\vhethr tion. think you, '.are'able' from S>Tentern* South. 'Twe.aj.w'o E.'. .' 8IbApr l. J847. ..' 7'- 5 _H_. .;

', I er the article ,is 'coarse or fine.-and the promising' condition of 'your crops T4ntqn. i1a. d... I. Blh Aplll. 1147._ : ,

j LUXURIES.1842. 146. showing from actual importation, a to bear yet additional J burdens! If so,! the NUTIC.-kji.d laP.rhe-ut.) a.ic'dif eIlkn.iit,bould' a.tbto,II. wLton culti t ctla_a,neatftWllGldw-1I",q .". .

12 30 discrimination of 64 ;pcr cent: ,againstthe vote for tho. candidates,wha?' are dispo. or frisnivi?JfCfp: cuhit.iumh.g. ofaa i in , kind sttviwmpt rracte4--aq. -' ..' : ;

. 9. 30 che.ip, and in favor of the finer are, sed to lay the ,millstone.Hank .Bonds on: WIIIIC VkI "tlon-d.e mro-1 _:- fmilj'dicthniintivg betWe.D adtal&. an.l.C'lnLIn-a. mas. a". csn1a4. ':,'. ,.) :

5 3Q ticlc; and ,this, to a greater. orjess' ex- 'your .shoulders] and .1 will venture to JOHN PARSONS, flew'r. 5 .SAMUEL RUSSELL ItegtMe';. ". 4.: .. _'.

23, SO tent is the effect of all duties :affirm that jf JAred Office Nt1C"a1ln111flf"lYllf1 25/t Stpteter" .lit .
23 30 specific you were as sthbns -- 1846'f.. .._ .,. c
2 I.} U.inahr*.27 30 ['direct, txt-s'-werf' made specific, they Goliah of Gath :you'- will;; be rushed to -- ittif S : 04..:,.s' 0."'".,. ,-"" .-.'.+ .,.,,..",.

' ki4. 23U would he intolerable.1 Thus, if an the earth. I e.tbat the north' rq nltrianacs J_ In .Circuit Camt* $' :,. .' '!' -S f_. '1M.
r f 1 ,.c.P. latk! ,on Sunday, 20 h > EASTERN CIRCUIT FLORIDA. :: .' .
t!I 3 nnnunl tax of$30 assessed 'all have already < .SentrmW, > : .0 'J; t.A.
was on saddlcdypuyltq'; B. (N.". Jl"Tiri'; rtIidP. CotntTt OF pBTALI I"CBAJl >
i1 .l"Prvl.L..r1.. J3 30lins bank p.1 ; IV C". Mr. JoHN :laT. .\ 't- 1 .
17 and houses, without respect to their actual a bond state'debt.of$1,900OOO, E.. FILLMAN. i to Mi i,*, LOUISA. TfUGPJNV ,TlMQTHTVlCBTviy* ,Admutt*.' ;1':; ;,. . .
30 30 value, making the owijer of the'humble that]is the jirincijial; the interest when b.!rh of St.JftI1n4'CrnSny. tratoe of aT ami ..1n.vlar the 'DGFnrsta / .t' ". .t. ', ,. ,

tea. note, 20 UO tencmentor cabin piya tax of but .$30, 'the Bank Charter expires will be' double Good Credit nc'of) Chattel JAMES., Right*,and dUtribntlo. .f; ...., .....) &: 1 .
cr.V: : .
> B. Mnoit '
are aEalar.; "
25 30 and the of the mansion as m ch.V} it think you of rtyiitetted lo announce Mr. J. decea.ed. 1. 11''. V
owner costly
a .
pay DARLiNG, "f Beolon county at>a Candida. r* &' &.mud ;. : ,/.<" :.'
1'z and J'f"r.n: 30 I lax of but $30 on. their respective houses ing a debt $11,000,000(J- And.yetIC; (or S.Jlln r from /eighteenth Senaiorial D'n- FRCPCRICK: BARTHKLOW and fur an .. :. ,

1 fntm hue.ilk. Hi y. I it would differ only in degree, but, a majority of the 'next Legislature, shall .irirt, co"lpri& lh ft count if*' of Levy, Bentnn .nd AqotLiA MASSKT. &e.,& at.Crrditnrs. tion. .: .:' J
consist' of such' 1JiIl.burougb, at the ct'minc eWtioo in October ./ ,
20 25 not in principle from the same whigs as Tweed, Barkley TT
unvary having heeo .
iwiI to
Tit *u]'j 4 rt of.the Fr4ncJn of the appear by affidavit I., .
: rlre.*e*. 14 25 ing specific duty on cheap aa on fine ,and Mitchell, _the signers of the 'minority teentYDj-trict irepectfulv! utritcd.! e Eigh- ...the attraction of the Court that D. M."Va, .

is.kiti;;, costing articles." report at the last session of the Ma. 15.h.' .11146.. .. \Wetcl Aaron:, J.',,junior. Walter Murphy,:' .

; 23 30 I I Legislature you will have to make a .-' Aquitla! Ma',eyt Jnme. B. Mu an.Stephen Edd,/ : '
au..I.. c..lil., 'f Levin t ;
I LI'-
PASSENGERS. IVnjwtitn Leeds nd AndrtW .
iJae >Hid, 14 30 1 ,(Corrt.pnddn're of,"The ..New") beghini'ngbtit I it 'will be 'like 'measur "Per P"S..j jl/6teiimef St. .M,tihi. w. fromSnvannh"Geo. .Robb,. IJpr'nd"nr.ID"the alibve. eathled caoe( rt .. #

10 20 j HAMILTON Co., Florida, ) ing the o\ea9' :jvitri a ynr.d'Ati Kr} The Srnrf 28th, .. .Ii..'rinkt..n'. ,Hon. D., *!d. *ut of the State of Florida, and beyond ths, '-..
I! !O I Sept. I-1846, / United Stales paid, for the whole Terrir; L. Yul.t A \t. St"n41. GPC\ D. PHbrr. J.iri.lirUun 'of tLj4 i Court; A.dt that Martin:IV '
".".. i. oil. t>() 40 IVrSfeam\Vrn..Gnuton.fn S-i Bak r, unulh of the Drfendant In tb tory of Florida but $5OOQ,000not'as + 'm 'nn h. Ort. 1. .
...I.I & .. 30 41) .1/mr.s. Editors Agreeably to previous titled .
t much oh'l Q. F"IIi .. S.L., Burritt, ,rbu@.,H. Kin*. cause, reside without the Eastern Ciicvir. ;: ,: .
wh Mr. Cabell addressed .as the interest_ which will be due nnd in the
lotie* u appointment, t Gil'wnnt.AVrisht.. Mild! Circuit of Florid; A.a/that" \ '
7 30 the people at this place on the 5th on JJank-Uonds. :I 'tell you that not all _'. I John Waterttun, another or the Defendant im:

7 1.2 30 inst. There 'was a very r spect ble the lands and negroes in Florida, ,and: For Sale, *ai{ "tMO nltn f >*ide oat ifth* Eastern Circuit. -
thereof r3 YALUABUR piw rr"ql.! contaimnc MIl in the Southern Circuit Florida: On mo&ioa
all the white
assemblage to hear what. Mr. C. .had to men, women and children, ,
7 1.2 30 "i:42, cr %n=,iMy *itijal.1 I on Fleming* William F. r.b'rUC", EqSi1dturfurtbesaI4 .
..M! silver or say to them. Well, they did hear, and blacked and sold, would pay the inter IHIM! !, On ih' Sf. John rjvr. J-'or a tl..crt|.tiun p '_

20! 30 were all satisfied with what they heard. est of the Hank debt!! of lhelan, /I'lnlfiy tf The soil, nnij also fir l..rmA. Ir is OKIURKD.: That ihe .a d D. ..M.VezeI. VaComplainant.
Yes! They satisfied tnat1r.. Cajsil 1 know the holders of these Bank inquire of Dr. A. S. BaMwtP, Jack.nnvHlp, or ofih \ AN run June, junior, Walter Murphy,!.
vicv of the compare were Bonds will make .iit >cnb*r at \Vnre*. Lak!,..Marion crnmsy.I'I'tltI. Aqnilla Mey,Jame, B. M"rJan.SrertJen Edl,,' -
articles ;in general is not the man tley want to represent great outcry' ,about .. S. F. H J.LIDA1.I L viii .*.. Leyy. Benjamin i Leed, and Andrew

them in the Congress of the U. S. 'faith and repudiation But I have NO ..OClnhlr. J84G.. I r._ I Rob do appear pod .*n.**r the Complabaat .
faith in1 men who would ,ake the hardworking S Bill, of Complaint' ; within tW- '
i n etter I: think il would have been for Mr. n NOTICE t fovrmotth from
planters and mechanics WEEKS nlW ihl. trill Ur. date of the-.publicnf) i.fshLs order, or the aaa.: .'
GENERAL USE. C., had he not come here at all, for he pay SIX npjiligation will be taken ;
.. n rnnfe ed *,ain t them.! '
hive )' t i ibe-HonorableJinlgr> of I'rotta ofi
J342 IS4G- would at t leastjhavc retained more respect money J..s Alachim letter of iJuiinisnainnsq.iiihr' i IT is Ti'tiTHen OitD&KKf>, Thai the said Marti

: (I.iw priced 49 ;.I) from xmny who heard his speech-bc for Repudiation, I cannot see how a man E"tnie of VVjltinm C. .1' omat. Ii.,. .f .aid L. Baker *nd the *.id John\ .:.,ton.,do appear,1 -

0 12(1( 40 achieved complete, defeat for himself, can repudiated debt-berore be IS bound county, deceased. MARY .ANN THOMAS, and.anwer tIM Corrplntnanucaid. DilJ.-itlulI.'n. ,
53: 40:, for it. The montkt from the dale of the publication. nf this
Cl 40 and a most !loriuas: victory for his opponent Legislature of Florida' hadno AlfLKN TIIO.MAS. Order, or the same will be taken at confrtttd.' .

; 73 30 I .lJr.:Kaitzand indeed this seems more right to bind you to pay'the A'd'nini4lmtri.. against them. 5
Np-nnciJ1p. FU.. () qi.h.r 2nl. 1346. ; .
36 30 to be the result at most of his. meetings .. debts. of-a corporation. than they liiveto _.:I -- AND IT IS isytJRTiiKR Oarncsfo.. That a copy
'fi 73 3;) in this region, that I have heai4froui. malce you pay the debts- of-,a private- individual i S S st1ith. ?a?*;. of tlii. Order duly certified by the Clerk of this> .1 i .
})i) 30 liven when priv Y irtueof iwn'wri.or Fieri .Facia. one ;,", .. Conrt, bo puhlitlted in *pa|>er Htat4* S', :.
Would he have B
on *pi! e*. 1G8 CO not accomplished more in out fir Ju.iir,* Miilrilditn'. Courr ib** within th. Eastern Circuit of Florida, ooc a waakconiecotivcly : : .
is .
116 30 far his election, had he remained on his taken for public use, the constitution qttIt out of'ih} .!,Cirrnit t. Court fir the! Eal rn Ciicuit. ror. foor month. : .

and clfd- f IHrm in Jefferson-for he will I think of the United States requires' 'that-just ..' Fjuri.ln. for tbe county 14'thitiilI. | will.xpo THQS. DOUGLAS, Jndp

52. 30Iruii accomplish nothing by travelling East. compensation, .shall be .made.. If the i. JUi. Public.i 'Sale, in front of the Court Hi'ui.', I, OSCAR HART, Clerk, cf*atd Court. di hereby .
1'I czzs ether tlun chain en. men who have borrowed the in tin city of JnrU.onvHf'tn) ,,Mr.mnt\. on the certify; the ab<|ve. to !bo a. trne copy of,mn Ord. r -:
bi'; *. 10 i 30 The people 3111 know him-he called on money cannot -' firm Afunday in November, A. D.. iS4Gbc-I.'M n made an l -pterrtl,,in ,the %bove entitlet can**, oa ..
8e 1't \Vi Hi.lit! !..t -iij{ptt. Irtcnmtuivesitiki them last: Spiiug-his scheme of electioneering repay it, it is misfortune of the the ,legnl Imtiift'of wle on ihnt '111 y--All' that certnio the 13thday of A'i:'i,t.A. D.. 1246. t .' .

1'I ,i'*;it .Mi:..". 83 30 : will not do for our h'irdysons Bond holders t in common with other trari of InnH. .ilimr Icing nnd bet05 in |L.I I IN \"ITNfSSY.UREO' '. I beiWitt '

Sifiotlit' : ir.i .,batters and tniIH. l I oft.'! East who! look at things as they creJit rs.Vho guarantees' your losses county of Duvnl on ami Hbtmt the West .i,'.prr It L., Sjl ,.to my jmnd aod, affix |)he .UfO( aail* '
.' ;.rr..a; .Lt.. 'G ; 30Vi'nl ) I i' and mine I .;ittJe PuiInirg C wk. IInri within the IJnr .f'q Court., *. ,. S
.r4't%', GC 3.; i j exist and view them not through a thnteia should'. be happy to reCeive Grant, known a. Riah.ird' Mill Grant, biund.'iI o. OSCAR HART, Ck-rk..g-;., ;,
c. u CJ 3Jil !I' : mirror-there is too much flummery five cents- 'on the dollar for some folinw: ,commencing at a post or Blakt, mnrked .'ptcm'r25t1i. J8461 4m ".,j' j

( ..-Plain.ntoiiUleu! : lit j.iv.M turnMw 3:1dVan't principle in his sys- thousands due.ipe by honest but unfor-.. with a crn .on ,tho NorthVrt corner of. ,aid 111
*. :137 33Gi..v.YrIi.sw tunate debtors. Tract, Ami running from thence KiMwnrdly; s] tjrnfn >', hgrIS's Sale. I .
IQ I he Mr. C docs hot !
4cm, hope ( )
virtnit of |Wu writs o(Fieri Facias
issiMwit .
Vrp.. ritlif! I H"'Im As cmin! to a watrOssmark.'l with 11 e..1fin' BY .
it is
think! that the people are prepared, to my purpose to protect my nf the Circuit Court, of th. "'-
t.i., \.*Hjiti.'. aod iPii.ii5iJ'; ) 20 30 ih<* l iiik! ,,( the aforccatfl Crr-k j from ibrnro Eaitern .' j
" Imitation l"irl, 55 JrJ< swallow his mystided dose-he is endeavoring fellow citizens, whigs and 'democrats, 5s.ut1wartIvby'tb.* Creek:
, Womenittiiiniion kid. 70 311trJN"ln.I.t tojnlrude him elf on the people from .tbeimpositions.of the manufacturers : mark<*il with, cross; from W.*twnrJly 'in pItwi4 tlie, to rplJi"rf"; in front of the Cntirt H..' ,
ru'!.U'r ro.line 5 frhtiC* and improvident bank legislation 5xty chain* lu H pin., mark***] with a r.rots; fn mthenre ity'ofJick.s..nflfe in tI.-| said county sjsj)
. for a good sort of d moc at. 'he first in -
'pretty October, A. 1846 betwetr '
"r 93 "'iL"the diiz-ii, G21-2. 30 i.tf1"w.fU1.i"11 'chain* t tlwnon>&iii y *: "
. P'r: Mitiiuni.. f "!. ..J.. .tSs 30 This was his ,plan here in his address the whigs, I consider, ;should be parr (.;intiin* pot or st.k... Saul tract of, lAnd c*.n- thelegal: hour of*.,. on ihnl 'tar-UbiitIjht.. I

><*;.!. cii, tiikanitinIcrq.mfeehjef. Hrnry 31. Lind.IMM!. "_ :
52: 30 conventions, &c. as being an manifest a disposition to remedy the c'!nfVffl SI' Furt tHRirb&.* I.hy4nmr.'Brjaninnil .p MjM> 'erl, 'at tI.late May(rrra"of the. DovaJ Clr '.'- "-.
S-II. 76 0cetIl he pirtial injury already done '(f hope inadvertently 'Ham on K. Blanrjnrd.'l tlf. I 'Maarin: ilnti' semi IIntnbct two tract of land ;a'W f
tiRepublicansaid that was not the Ent ide of the St. John
*Rhrrr. ihe '
.. at .
nnd will
.r .101-nrnadrJ..IL4. r e4.irnu. DfCfmW'r GII'f I 'A. D.. 1845 "v.irod.m nxmta : $
V r.a'ill:" "1\ ;.i..lit., ", 40. 30 an ultra partisan, but that he was about ) by the minority report of be uld lo ijlify! th<* nbove, rnrniiof e4 two rxrciition .' thereof commonly called 'th, Pablo &. F r1i.s"* S I IIr

.. to., tdII.k 1.. l.-kti: a..1$ hili. ns near a democrat, as those who pro- I Ifl's some of their members in the last Leg- ,, )ne in n!Tin-x>f.! Hniwanl I. the other infnvnr CIJl. beina! purl( 1fH. eunee.o <4'land' by.tlie .'; "r-
.c. 38 30 c4 the Then )1r. Cabell lays islature. To the democrats of Leon of. Jatn*"n 'i Spnnih' Go.ernm.*r t to Andrew' Deweea, |. ,
, name. : 179(. nnd for which Patent
..- :dr.iti 1.,1 ..t'r *ilk tM rkp|* I there needs no appeal: know TUDS. MCDWlTtt, Sheriff D>. 'C. toned tll.lhP'.id! W -
hold of the Tariff and endeavors to you your nnd befr of aid Andrew Dewee* in
: 1804 a"
toi4a4r." wI&ei-t-. c "in II. )1.1'"' .f 7. UII.' M-igliio. y show the people how they can increase duty, and will do it Jr.k'tJliJr.! Or.I..r 2nrl; 184fi. which aid inleret i ill pointed' oot by the Platntlft .
IInuu" Fellow-citizens remerrfber that, the nntl AlteRed to con.Ut of an nmlividetl'interest
50 25 the price of their cotton-Iiis plan is S ; of'
)tI,... ...li1 $ 7: and ,".iI.. I he likes admirable well- price of liberty i ic eternal vigilance. SIscriiPs SnleV .betweeti fin acd ,ix hundred acres,in iba PabU
one suppose Salt oa Monday.5th. Odebtr.' Tract and 'ten nn )ivided interest( oM'r.riIi..
III Itjik: L2ut.r'.. ,.'. ..r I ifrta .-;. 50 t.) !! hi plan is lo hire tbe sugar planter} tomakiSmorc JOHN P. DUVAL.Sept.16 ;- BY virtiiff nn n".*;niioit" lPI'F! ( the IM! Foilie* tr'ct. 'ihe"whole of hicli. said traef1conit. S '

leer i. 'Inr. 1 I" 1'I sugar by paying: him 'a duty 1S46.b C rr.jf Qwn.vt I.hit .:t'*f'-rn,Circtiii. ofFl. !.>- ,i !:hf between three- and .!xtrfb *liMnaracrn" S .:
,I.ire'.s. ..,. .,'.I.u"ri(1l1f.g, .u 1-:1111,1'lh"O ; that will him from competition ------ '-_.--.-" -'-'- -.-. -'-' p idn! I sh'sl1'.fir fur ilftle! nt'puMicniietJon'fr.'n't -:. on arid.nil) |.' old 'a".atisfy -(woexacu' ..

i'rFrauir.32r.1.. 47 2."i protect : 1l AV'1' iD Z of the Cohtt noii p(ro tr. triilirt Town ..fAlligator.tvfen tion !:ahit the aid Henry 31. nd., VmTiiT ,.
thereby holding out inducements th," n.iA l-lM>iir* far: .on th? fit'.Mn fnvor t f,A(.xi i.*'Ifl. Andrew,unci the*other in &* ** '
n.c; .t. (0C.H..i 25
Cf".I. I.ri cultivation of l.n\r of the Jahrd Sinte* Pft..Nt 'at the aIII.f" ; lit awl g4n4rrw&"Fsrt. r .
for the to .r ,
an ez- riflit
Pin sugar, diy October (5th) n..xt. } .
] jt-iu I 01 io xi.l j Ili,4.i 53 30M11f1iLgVeC..ti I'irt tfr o 1 or lie TwcntjrIVinlbCHAP. 't... .,
that will take of the i"tcn.twhirJI Antonio Alvnrrt. Adminiiral '"l lof THOS. LnDtVITH. niI' c. ."
!\-C.tll-"', 3C 3i( tent a'good part &res. .
..: G 14 (.bl"l.fOr yard,95 i slave labor out of the cotton interest. I hn'tiia it' Joiti>ph -\rrpef..Nf'.cI| if'I.had 1lyA.V.CftIcnK.b.S. .. ,' ., ;
,htul .. thoomd day of Jacksonville,SepirRber-4ib, 184ff.IQTtislcr's .
. ciilie.w', r.UII'J 12 i Less cotton will then l be, made and of 1.-AN ACT suexit"nsjth.) law* (..,theUnirfl iit-tvbich.tiol.L &iata n dicribcd ... i,' :, ,
.dle "
J in following
April ?: urn tu preroiieij'
c'ist dw.ruv.iseii- y.rfl l, 50 25 : Stilts over ih. Suite of're;m, ahcl-r..r .V:- .p :'
}q'.rJlaine .1. WII tiled. course better prices chained. Also tIer ... .r $ale.. st'EATEIIJ ,' : .'
the northern be: Thirty lho'j.qDJ acre .i f lnd *itiwt"l nn both : CIRCUIT or FLORIDA ;.6 _
24inrbMidf.. r** tins lUcu.50 25tlOil. capitalist must protected S! J.' tin it 'n"ctnel by he Senate and Housesit .
in 'We. .rk, ,whwh unilr* ef.wilh| ihe CUmcrrjr. <; f 1..
mnr cr :
c..1. .. -*!" ItWI l ZII1IC4JS l| in manufacturing our cotton, that H"I'rt'niniivt n( tht J1u)h'tl Sift* .J'Arrwrl. Hirer Snwannee culled AUi-ator Crr.k. comnRiiCIMJ ..J. Jud"Br Kxe cloth c..:iu: 18 crsis the .'Juur he make it ri. in (J ;n r.i n..HinIr! -. That all l ihnlaw! oftlte df'entf'd for hinwrlf .
may more profitable to manufacture j ;nitotit seven mile !V .i'..fai, r'MIi..ia Town, : I / 1 -.i .
:variI 50 2.53flruZVM,4. crrotv the raw. material. : Ini.J Sinlii are h ivlty flHctyml to rxtenci' to railed I Alli<vTonn.whwhi-Mn lh- N'rlhVr,,. .1 I Cri iiwr*. i,.. l--fe, rl. '
I W / nmlovt-r, nnd tu hvt ,till firce D.llfr>ct wilhtn mile' ithient from Pajne Benjamin A.J'ulnam Admi.. ftorbflhcettaieofAmbnweflull <. '':'.:,
thus they are hired to buy our cotton W aemisrs dirf'tIWn-l1"ult. forty ,
8tltLt&'fTexnIIt''f"iuf'C III itent
.AND SPECIFIC. DUTIES.As about roiledi.u 't fw ,C na- Iderea ''
and not to compete 'with us' in' the (f C.'.:rrf.< into the cuiilc4erei! ) qn4 Union. uf theLJnit"sI .Town and eighty onderthe denuminartiw **'.I'f't'. ".
the elections for the next Con. uta.. which! part nre known .
growth,of it.. Mr. C., rjoes'not go into $lU1rr Alarhna; and whtdi tract,wa granted to PURSUANT to an.order.ofilielTon. ; -. -. :. : ,
gress nre placed by the Whigs *ipon analysis of his system, anrlinake' a s..r. .' 4-.1 be it further, .iueted Thnt thtj F. M. ArrPclnl"lo| nnw* befrre.lh" 24 h d.j of } UI'S of |J a EaJi-ra Cirfpk.Florida '. ,: ..>
Hi l Slate of TrxNS liall c< n.tiultP 'OHH JEktirial(1i.tikt I.J .
mn m tL.rm&M1
day'l..H .
the of Protection No Pro calculation ,MrsrcL.1817.j.ti: r '*. dod""."1 |l> f"nr ofMM.HLevy. J.
grounds or to show how much the '
cot .to be f.llf01Il! l'thet1i>tricl of Texo.,(f ir which .' ,T."D. j'TZI'ATEtICK in th .ftbore cnnsr, will) he* .M.tinker theinofjhj ;
tection, and as thp.j'"ill ml1e.aJast ton grower has to'pay bounty lo the su- t iic j'lfige' *Isll& hi iippoiriieil who haI! rttMiJi Sheriff Coltimbia;tf, ; .uWr'i! er, apitblin anrijun Int.ot.ft' .
planter and northern tht'-In. und .wh. >.hqlr.c ;j iytdiiaarjpri| )bthuiilUnt Court IIon<*e i. ihe.riiy p1St. Anuquwg, i| M.
and desperate struggle to procure the gar No, .lie does .not,..tell! r113J1Uftlcturer.i li81kl 4 i ni;o!n,Hu/1 ,wltu .t>uJI' tiojd th :1Ii.r'? r.:,nWcf lllu?mleT t2gj040..potjwne" drritm. Ihe 1. ht day, inn 5th of,October next, between the,.. .
j fiftlt tf rnmf,laid court ai G$%I\.tun. i thi' #rI4Jim'Jsyu1Y.ebiitnrv often tw'la'rluck '.
revival of the Tariff 1842 deemit .. and of tfuit H
we thus Monday in October l.. lh? Jt 'Monday in Dbcr,1846. m- dal. thaw.
to from
bounty guard next and at *.ucbJib.ti; S i r"C.lraCI' laaddecctibed .
of oUnw '
a JIJ aM
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due to tlie principles :we advocate to competition deducted' from :the profits I'Cfoli in fl 'i'Ii lrict'.*)naT be pJavr vid b .. J I I, 'rt.'-.- tract of land, coni'ning .mt fita.hundred tf avIM :':'.,

present to 'our' ,readers everything of their cotton, will probably amount to I 'or a$ said 'JIPI ie.may or.U'r; and that J"irI Columbia. County' jSherilPs Sale.BVY tlo( lame more or |less,be-fut the iemaimnf' .
coyrt nhnit haV,.niMl .'si'rciw tli.nma jMiwcrmnjUrt : virtue of. a writ oralla* ex mion, linn i4 a tract.orfifu"eobunjsed ere*, f
which can enlighten them as to the more than the 'enhanced prjce of their .dicti n'an.ii"ve been cdnfrrrrd tit'.w"oi the ) tl. 'Circtiit Court"of'Dwval cooMy, tp tjte aid.Ambrose Hull. Urreaacd.overtimealf .L.1..heSr"ermmra 4." .

abases which the Democracy have been 'cotton,-he' leaves them .to 'cilculateforthemselves district ci urtii'tit|K? Uniu-d Statrnnd 'al.c ..all the .Shrnf* of tlie'Stale of Florida' dfrected, and { on jhe Sod day. of 'efJiary..JI : ,. ..""I",
which b..vio'ahd > **ibe .nd IJQ irfdicilon 'ofa to me delivered), ,1 hate levfed op n iVifd will! sell t idlitaied .'' -"
they, xyill do eflecrlually rx rew pnwrt and 1M>0 acre 'eu>( a( Mnmjo,at s o"
struggling to remove. The adoption ofThiflIutfls on the first Monday i in October at circuit court'of Jhe Dnitrd Sate-;.'.and appcaliHf at public l1#., tojtho .hha'i Mdd<>' .i fjront oflh place known; jioTsirnissU's Wefteni .UJ"" .'''..

and specific duties was a the 1r. Cabell1\ d wiii. ..flrrc.r'baU IMS'frciin"'te4itiIo i di ofi ';Co irt.Uwi-e'du.a,.'In. the'TjojfpVf AI1Ietor.f the So iibf rn pprl.KM) or third of*aid itaq Ma4 .
polls. says n'great deal < marke4 feature of the Tariff of 184-2. about executive power; <5cc..he tells some : Ti'iai tbihd' 'Sii; rf mo Court Voftb* United Stale, 1 legal tour* of fair"tin'that Jay, be,t ftjlowl/ r. rallfd C.J iner Plumer. on tli* River St.Joha..: 'i,:: .

They*were expunged by the' Democratic anecdotes,' and .urges on. the' in flte *an>e 'ca* iT* from a,;circuly c.urt of,the !rib" J'"r.J11:'fje O'Thn I 1'1' I>uf oripnally surveyed lo Daniel Plainer' on the StJ ." ." ( ,.,
people as set,fort*,ia'his circular'thua: United State tuald Supreme Court,. tnd Under the Sjiift Syert' iuarier(5sei4u* Sirp' hthrp. IHefombfor- ". Iiy ihe SjaWt Pft'tnlnPMJ.1 ,
Tariff of 18*6: Is to.their outrageous he the.! : tlw *aiw rrutattvMf.;*f v r 2.;|nil ijl Jj.. !""' ,nfJ %H! "A"P/rn ijin.Ji 3rillyi; twolmntlml I acrrqf1aniJup,the. UVc We. /.. : '. ,

injustice and, .ihe manner: in can yrorry. 'patience. ort. > good; ,&c.<3. Ao4 b> .it,further,.rnacted. Tint'.t her* d:,Lean 01 >**0T1lt,.**?Mlf. leVi: ,wpw' a the. of ihf St.Jolin*" River between the huxj .f': .Z. : ;; '..::; .
reasbner.Jifr.Jfain'is. nhttll$.beaprMtmctl and/or"nUl district ;i'iin property of Job*,C. CI0tf$l ll eoit.of Honker* &I Kinf"ley .it. Daniel' 'Plumer. sranled U Jam** ::"t::;, t
which they operated so to the disadvantage : also'EastAndwiirtmeeithe ] : jjearpfd I in tin?'.h w,, n_.act.stprujy of iha Pf' i..tI flyintu ". ..1 P. t'4 I Hull 'i"Ut". 'Sih) Junl ", *J316. fM! IMIiW :), ";

of the greater portion the coins.: people, and like an honest politician, SIlL?". 'r.;'atd,. 'tfCt, niwl *!. ;'per.,: -I. .': : i : FrzPfTnItK. Sheriff. tri
he will let them know his ; in"r l.f1(1 ih Uuiied$lMe*A...3id dUtncl, e S.piether5Ib.lS(6.- : '..,. ..rtRail.. rfecea.ed. bdrl, I4I4dui!,.a # ,*.. <- S
munity will appear 'from"the 'following. politicaJ'f :t>f.wjutr.! *ball feetjv.nn *iuIsiiIry of I wo Jtnr NOTICE.liSehlemueriHixi.'liettwTo.'. S ''situated pearly oppmhe Mandarin, '
extract from'the I late report u'r1h Secretary iih.,. He js goqd.debater! tl and in sired dollnr*. and nlwi ucb compen atU nai>dfried ( TlLTilk1Ea&rgMon4n1Qhe74b ,lay ofv S GEO. R. FA"Rp'AP." $, "I.. ,t.-to.\,.> 'i ..

him the people of r"Florjda, ..may fully f..p fik4i1 1 .ia. 1.I, n: f.j; be pmiaJ? ." tfei"f'JIIJ.r| AoMrtof :MiJiT1I'c1uacH.: :Y. : .

ofjhe Treasury.Iinimnms confide for;< a useful Representativem by lawnuub fi. Ul\hM "al!.,,lkdia1Iorpei4iirn1: : %K"*o much ( the Land ,pr Jame ,Herroo. St.iistii'i"s.. ,t't. 4"J8"! "A \,
'\ fictitious value us1 .. Co? Heivill .be' received ; U:.and the judjceof*aid court hall appobt4tonand uvl C.Ud M.iS,;'" ..will! ,wuWy the! t .- .f ", -:r '.
area !gress_ fitthe: .
1. : a cki1 totr.YJ"fCWJfllla ctnpen. ttnrt 'r.hirz.ti"C ,' tiaia '1a,bsIanen'of NOTjE. ?..J'.' ,-
:,, 1"by law, instead of the real value; :East as",a \velcoaepessenger. .. ) (ersis:; b-.bfttJi".,.,.IM.lIo" b 1 r 'Tnu3du (0' 'J8C.CG..aitl.La-4a. ,Numbera.eIifl SIX WfCKS, strtdt..I will apply ;-: i

;operation of nilnitmmumiCmayillustrated If.- f_ --g -.) .- .' r>. -'--- It 'iI ',*rk4 nttbo dtstrtet ,aar".circAatic.rt.l.iC'j .hua41JhIrLa$1dI;,osdtIcnow : "" ,1M.JwJjte of Prob*!*, of. wd0'V J ':,: .\. ;; :
\be by a single example. '1 -THE PEOPLE 'OF, LEON.f: : beUdStpft: JWlt 6, 1 r o'r.J., ttft.tae itijfJiar$ , l nd">re ,kw,H In ',.cr'Q '1f-r.Jr |'u ejJot'oW..lf i iffia ,;": f -,1.
s44 .1-t- \' : lt. ftj JOB NW..PAYIS6fttt w"yJCOQMi; .: II' wHI ,.' .Jf1!.Ia'. .,E UI<' cf Th iaa :F.. J.H. !
,Tbu by the tariff
o per cent. Bdralorein:. is .1evjcdiiponmanufactures Ofl.thC. 1 art fEma n&ftly prqv.$tbathc'natiou i 'i. V : .:.1 ', t1ti, G.JM D\ Il1. 51 :Hlt ''f.JlrtAK S.lff' j V 1w.-18": S '! ., {. ,

U .orcottpn! ; .bufifie ,11W'bw4E1qiiviLles :1I'uo\V divided'into-two: fgt'eat1: -f p 'Y- _,Pretrn iWiUoiied Stmet if :. 4gg itA l .dT c ; L; ""I,0 : : .r \
:'tliat cotfoh:goods'"not s5ctional'partjes"the': nU""*ra 1rers"of .g4 nmi anJJ.W ,.. "I Th.h v.t21. .)"fl .In,,. _N c'afOJD. )
| ._ > ,' a t' : .t .J\rpna"dt:"_" 'JIB.5.t'U1f-Ct. : ; $..e\h M., 5A October otxii1 j ) tit ., w. .
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-- ,. VeIabI. C..irNI': :. 1 DENSLOW 'WEBSTE i ) fnt'idwetlfrf3; !jwtfcf:feerally: ftied tap Florida said s.wa .tk ,..

;: -: ,'0. BtIle.. N"u "..511 Oct. ber. : .' ) ." BLlho above etabtihmeat vilh a view to tbe kria..Jac t ."
of*writ forecfo *ore.. tt lW OA.tlRJ .: Sr. Ma, ,. .
-- V**. ;. > \ BY'virtue : .84V4sV4j1. "greater'cnnvenienca owl 1, ef.immojtlonof) the, Brunswick ..1'
**.,J-1-t .."-. :'.': .Bu4ington,'... Samuel tlave! )named Votihlnlonabavtt DICK, :n&_' 'J Ui fW t.;4)owIng'aftscfs.!) I'! ,v.Jiich, i wjlf i (b* I whom til health or |ilrnnr9 might attract ,t" ihi tJ 0.S;Mail '"d. .!. pCS. .
., '"Xo: levied upon a Mfro iran .. she' f the 1". .
; '$old O0Ot9'5flTh41'I" trrmj, as any other eslablUhmerit portion of Florid, Ifcits, patronage g5a -
." .abeet 22 jw of*f!. and will ejtpo**him at public ofAIiteMdrbflwren .i j 'In1' th"Southern e ttHltrrJ .sibIic, uniting ihnr none, who may favor Mm,'vtilj MATTIWp Mf It
Court Hoaie door in thrown .
.. sale before.the' of A-ricuJmral) In.. their comfort negleeteil tl f. ha5 ). .
_ the asu.l hoars of*.le on the 't.. COMPLETE *"Mortmet find nnyt1iinsrcquite4.' .
> 2t .i.tinjc ,i128 dilfrreni.: .t's anti The healihin* of j.ek.'stsvjUe-iis proieelion lsalJksIL brr sleek, and ealJnsomely
U first Monday i la October,(5th,) levied,upon a* tim BIT THE PRESIDENT >OP THE ,jdement*. rnn fP-rr. .j
of StfhaelVorthiaxtra..'to satisfy writ 1JNITED STATES. 'r.lfru: pf Plough*..H e*, (vari.!*in .kind) Axe*. from the hassbse. l.reeie and' it. eft.inef of accvt furnshi'tnnJ f"lSILJ. slkf t.T

property fforeeJowe tnortaeet* 'in r"ftI'.Ctf'.*aid Oms law ,I JAMES K. Trace ami Qx Chain*. Shnnnd $.'a4. Hay *;(rum "any point. ,.'h.v. always' ,riireil It the mont I I'D I. d. A. r..crona.fort .uii4.
fa TN' .1 .
':"- T. FITZPATRICK, X, pnrsuanceof: ,' United and) Manure Fork*, Patent and Am..riciln)1'!', reputation of (wing the 'mo.t ndvanmcMHi* plan rannof be tDrpiusr. b,,1"7 "
BodUiftotJ.: PULK :president-. the Grain Cradle Corn Shelter, "Com. 'Florida fiW 'the resort of invalids dnrineth run fl. This boat .5H. Strive .
I r Sheriff Colombia County.Alligator. J Reap Hook*, : *, in K u It s.
4 Angc 28. 1846. ]* States.of 'Ame.ri ado hereby declare nnd cob ,Crii-her.. PvrtabU.French .13'it r Grit' *.winter.seatini. 1.1! *..cb, | eri"n*, Ite..,.0-r .rcnmrnxfntnii Thursday moraig} bpfgrp .Iae} d .'lilt

-! and make known that public Rates will :Mil -,hand Com;] MiH .Sv"* Cutler,O*'Y,;ikV.Patent : .. which} bh**!*** will)) prove ." > uI Mcamer. for hzam.t .

Sheriffs Sale.Ttttday .. ,undermentioned land CHurns) F<;< Cc tora Gin*, Sa; Gins, Patent '. able) ,.awl IM m""Ii"MI| ndvice, of tbe highest 'order, every evening.r .
_ October Glk, 168.BY'virwe be held at: \ Alsir ...
rel .J.hlrtt
Fan MiIl.and'TniI*.' t. 'commanded "in the sown tliey may ) 10 tat,
: can
_ of two execution, leviednd "tnrn- offices in the, State of FLORIDA, at brlJ... bar .ln .
que whIch lea. .
which Thorns* Full a.,itmf nt, White .Lead Colored Paints! iiM.n the ,m .l en refill,nitf, ;n. t ,! S_"
_ by a Constable, in the hereinafter i designated viz : ,_Wh United and ..ion"lI de.layed.their Tbnrvlay' mud Saturdayav ri' N. .
for ibe flee periods cpu P.ainter. ai tided.) Sperm. ,|le. A* vi-in'r' fr.snthim N"Ilb"fI! oc T...
BedoII and Jonathan.Ray am plaintiff : Castor Oil. Varniihen Window rnnin'uImI4'r, the im "reron. thaat the 'if the St. Man ..('UIII fli -
AUGUSTINE Spirits urpentine I
or'ViIli.m Handcock. and E, T. K. ndrick. it At the law!r office at ST. com- | Pi.4engr.. with
I t defendant. I will at public 1I.1e'onTllet-. "'.ricnt', on" Monday .the 'tw nt.third.d.. *, ',.f Gin**', WndswSi.h. hou* wa. filled. th I surHcriUr take Ihi"fll": : JNnirffI'i4lwr, their "trap. -ill"...

of expose the u.ual hour, .November next, forth HArCna of the pub r lands. Gun,Pus tier. S Ito;.Bar f.end, Perciminn Cnp .lunity to n* ure *'.rl'| ii future. Ihllr. in'lhllr. caM', TI.. 1aetiBlack noq'lin-d. ,
the 6th day October allOY" boat
day described to wit; I within the umlermentioned townships and frac F.H>l ciip, r,ner. Wrappit ,and) PRINTING 'he cm alway. piovi.lthrin l..mpo".rU'Y..ruro. r.I'iI"tk. will I....., r.lJow.:

th.The following North \Vsteighthnfsection property of''and. No. 1. liunallo.nhp'! to wit : 'PAPER: PRINTING and Wriiin* INK. fortatle accommodations in ih> town. I'icsi1at every Tunday.. A..&," ;,'.
Couter Edce
Township 28. Range 20 South and FAct. To- Govlk 0tU bate line nnd East of tkt principal Carpenter ; Cr..k' II-
I with.the improvements therein con.i ting meridian. SEEDS warranted a* good a* any to I IN*' 'found. Jacksonville, Dee. 19, 1845. ly p. MBu a.
father. Jar.klOn.ille" .1
.f ooe' house and kitchen and on saw mill. Order thankfully received and promptly, attend. For It '.
log of i
. Townships twenty-three : twenty-four, ecito. freight or passage, apply to & Mon
T. Kendrick sop & ALDRICH
of ,
Levied on an the property board,or to ieM
: range Savannah Ga., June.19ib, 1846. a
satisfy.said executions. term* CASH.' Fractional township twenty 'town bire twenty. I ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. WOOD & CLAGHOWA.

: JOHN PARKER, one. twenly.two..nd twenty-three, and fractional List ef Letters, lIT:: Will practice in the several Coons of Law AI"n'.. s.. .

; Sheriff HHUbornugh county. township twenty-fix, of range thirty.Townnhip REMAINING in the Post Office at kJacksmi- and Equity in .he-'f.ut..rn Cirruit of Florida. FERNANDr.z & ..
Tampa August 14th 1846. 3t and of the 30th June. 1846. which if B'SSEt
twenty-one twenty-three, on WM. A. ..RWAkD. SI. AiiciMtine. Af''Ct, JIIf.
t -Alaclma County Sheriff's Sale.. rang' thirl-!>ne.Fractio not'taken out in three month, will! be cent to the Louis ALORICH, Newnar.ville.. COY.

I. Monday,5th. OctDh r. 1846.By ..lto"n hip twenty, of ranee thirtytwo.Towrnnir dead) letter office nt Washington, D.: C. I At,",. Brad
,F' virtue of the,power vented in m. by law, I i twenty-three ami I twenty-four, of Brown Rcuh'in Sike, Daniel. LIVINGSTON & DOWNING, CTThe steamer SARAH SPtLDIo,1 tfttl
al .!*fure the Court Ho "e. .thirt -three. Bartholi.Frederick NO J *
: eicpOPfor I mug. ) Sialey. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. in r..n".U..n.h Ihl- 'h.a'. t. ENti'5fr11

ft: door in the town of Newnanaville, on Monday tim i Township twenty-one, the west half township liioer, John T Hogan Archibald 03 Will in lh,* .pvs'r'sl C. n. .,f Law Late \:.>nrce. onlM.v..raHiU ''IU..II".I..II.J-_ II
I 5th day of October next, l etween the boom of 10 i twenty-four and townhip twenty-five twenty-fix, Burnham Capt. M A 2 Jone,,John practice the Circuit of Florida. ? .,. the St. Sola's ritn .
ansi Ea
14 and 2 o'clock the following property or *o murh and twenty-seven i.f range tlurty.fnur. Curry.Moses John.on, Elia E Eo/iity.! in Np'nlln.iIlfl.c. ti-rn S...,. 12. 134C.
thereof will pay tim State tnx due on tim same Fractional' township* twenty-one and twenty- Curry.Joel Ko per. HenryCarnpIy..lIe. R. G. LtvtKO8To5!
and all 'legal cost and charge' W (O\V JllfG. K'.rt Kin(. United States
1845 three John
fur the year town hip twenty-four (except *a.ctiolI4 .Jame Kierted .
in and about the odvertiiement and ale thereof.ix t\ventj-ninp. thirty, thirty-one, and .hirt.I""'.) Cr<>* ,, Dr. Ciriam| Livin:.ion. Jones # Tl- steam 1'ai.. II
: an undivided share i rp riiiin owned nr claim. and ,section twenty-four ami twenty-five, in township Dean. John A Livingston John JAI\IES.\ BRYANT, .. . SI'ALDJ\G.

ed by Frederick Marquand, wjual to 4554 acir twenty-eight of range,hira ''rnciinlut' -.. E te*.
thereof and to a crtain tract of parcel .r land townihip twenty-five, twent-ix.. Ga
known as tim Anedondn. Alachua grant, containing and tuenty-fteven ,township "twenty-eight (except .% Jtime* Larkiii. Rev. i.: WGreenCapt. ls''sl. fur ih. Hc-C'ItfI'aliuQ! "t .;,

two hundred and eighty nine th,)u*and six hun- section *ix,) and $.erton'A"on'tt. two three, four : .'Jame3 Malbew. Jnme AUGUSTUS GILLETT, CO5ViVI'IirI'II b.. r"r! I,i.....f,.. r.ra.L."r.

Ire I and forty five and five sevenths acre, being a and twelve in town.hip twenty-nine, of rungH HarnlltnnJames S Mathenr. Frni'ri ,pri.., orr Lnkn ;M'-nrue,up the St.J..
Crant made tn Fernando da ,la Maza Arredondo! &. thirty-six. Howell, M,.. Elemioa 2 Me.Lender, Lewi M ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, .125 iiiiknl-.,eP.Jaika.:

Son. on tho 22d December. A. D. 1817, situate in Fractional township twenty-sevea. fractiond Howell. John J Pleannntt. Dr. F W 2 Jacksonville, FJaSfrotfjc- The .sb.\'. BiNit. luting PnIstk5 Pip" Tmi

Alachua county. State of Florida. township twenty-ei. (except scti'in one) and How. George L P in.', W W -- .M..ri.n.-. slier the arrival' J'ltM' ..,.* II-.. .-
ALSO townships twenty-nine and thirty, of range thirtyseven. Rand. Benjamin H Parker. Capt R>ifuP z:1uJtIliT!: (! l'nv'kst. St. Ah 1 1!;..".. Curtain, MrNfIr1.-
An nndi;ided har 01 portion owned or chimed Ross. Robert Pnrnon. Mu.SOllih vai.inh carry ing she u.S. .I..i....
I o .
I by John N. Sayrr. in iho same said grant, equalto Fractional township* twenty-eight. s wejut)-nine, Ron ct Simpson Taylor,S Watchmaker:.o. 5 MAI.XSTIUKT.Reiipertfullv:1:3d.J It I"""'I.l'.ntf"rJt.

455. acres thereof. thirty, and thim-nne.. and town-hip, thirty-two H..b. rtf. David E TisVn. WiUuim C for EnlerprUe. will t.. t.

ALSO. and thirty-three, of rung thirty-eight. Ramwy. George W 2VI..I., .AnlnSparkman ',, D inform the citizen Matthew" every Saitinlny Io.i.t 4.*rU.
An undivided. ,h r. fir portion owned or claimed Fractional tl'ntlal'; thitty and thirty-two, and J"m.'illiam". Wm. A I ofJru'k..uvilf..mli\riuiIY.lh,1! i ; $"""I..u.h.T' .

by John K. Townwnd in the samo aid grant "vn.hip' thirty-three and lhirt-four, uf range Silcox.Mi*. Rachael 'Wnlrnn. GcnrgoSabrty : i.uI; ; b" )p14 rl'\"f'f I'. II.) flu"". im..i' ',.:'Nn..r Sit,,), Sracli'- .iil fJI..JId.

I equal to 455 acre theicof. thi"". Ffanl"i.V."r.. J -I.j'.: .... ? mediately H.i ijoiiili;. "" tlu .,.*. r'*- ....,;U-. vii, 1..I'a & .!n1warjs! .nd.Nt..

ALSO. Fractional town hip thirly-four town"hip"thir'pight. Sander on. Jno P'uochnrd & Porter. ...ul!ry i.ecn|.i.*d. n* thenfficeoshe"Fls.rid. II'i..I r.; trip., jHct.nvile! every r"flJ'l.'t

4 An undivided thire or portion owned or claimed tliiity-ni ..,and furty-one, and section* Smith Buckincham "-, Siitrsrnr"nn.l u n.nv pn-- nYli' !L.rl'f .

by William Thorna Tiirvivine trustee of the New cine two eleven twelve, thirteen f"urtpr.,.wt'nly. JOHN M. PONS. Pmt Ma.ter. pared t'icxeriite. wilh rrmnht Itu.I.nI! onleri" 'ur. frri-ht or p"..nCK.n.pIv' Tr> the Car '

York ,Florida Association in the same said grant, three,twenty-four,twentv-five twenty-ix, twenty- Jacksonville Auu tl. 1346. n.If*,..1 with ,L-n!."M- line. n..,'. sir |i, .t""II..z & Bi"bre, /;.. .

_nual'to 6822 acre thereof. 'e''fl Iltir, .fiur. thirty-five wild ihirl-MX, in %lr. Gr'lh..M nl*. aa%. tl.-if liha. d.'"er. mittIrIIJ.!

"0 ALSO. town-hip fifty.fuur, of range forty.. NO''ICE.ON mined toconfin. hi. asft.lut"ri. in (&ts.rr. ,-\'. N. II. All! "ill! h.i..r.1 inSoiui.5tlr
An undivided share or portion owned or claimed Fractional the second Monday of Octolwr next we r"'lI fo! & S"U "
, townthip thiriy-ix township forty, I 1. ti work in th i* 1.rHt..h.' II* nixI'To 'Iii- ; ltlh. A'I
I by Charles' A.Jarvi;. executor of Noah Jarvis, foity-one. forty-two, forty-three mid fifty-three, apply 1'1 th" lion. Jiidjr of Probate fur ,.I thank to th* nm,v |ii i.-IHI. l 1'i. Iuve gis.i.i h'ni -
said to 929 tho of Na*"U.fur" final)ilf clwrer** from ill F arJ.:1 nnrt Savannah Sieai
in the equal
deceased same grant and fractional town.hip fifty-four (except section county their patronage ,nml) |rut. lust! |I'I. fxrti<'ti* I..... .
of the Estate of John SI.nzI.lato ::ciict.
acres thereof. one. twelve, thirteen twenty-throe twenty-four Execiitornhip after wilt U unrli) n. lo merit it.
; ALSO. twenty-five, twenty-six iwrntyen, thirty-fuur said county, decrsd.JOSEPH. From long |"rnclie in f:;* |I..cin,.., lie (-l tJ.4e7Wu1PTI" a!: lecnbirMeiim r..k1111
An undivided hare portion owned or claimed BERGALLO, ( AS'H.Caf.t.F., )lVrV..I.
or thirty-fine, and six,) of fortyone.Township .
? thirty .I"
range himp'f' "ml"'P' In i\1' tIi''I'li"n. islEt .i. .
by Isaac Front, in the same said! grant, equal to ansi DOMINGO ACOS'fx. :. ri.* r' I "ha'....." ..ah f ,.
forty-one furys.ven.and will IK and r..a..e..ufJ.! .
: a charges mn"rf.le n* nth
i"f U .\. :I. ,
MI earl" WrIi
2461 thereof. }; ulor. on "'NI nil! Iss.i
, acres fractional township: ttiy-three, of range forty- ,". isitipo Nonh.
r ALSO. Fernandina.u'unat 14th 1846. 2.fALL J f. fr ::.*" ..nal. via Sl..L.o. Jilt L..
N. U. CI'H'k. ntfl U'airhe in themanner I"'j'
: repaired St. .Mtirni'.ln'l' .ilin
owned.or claimed two.At I..r i.u.h..I"
undivjded share or portion l4uJj.,_
f the land office nt NEWNANSVILLE. commencing .
nrul! llie ln'rip4t noiire.
by Jnbn M.'Scnmore.' in the samo suid'grunt equalto NOTICE. ut sriis. Si Hr>'>.1|, tif!ly ..n .t.,,, ...
tho seventh of December
:. i n Monday day demand lh* E Jirk.uuil?.'. 0.'c.2It. )1845.
against .
having .
929 acre thereof. person I..n,", r. CIi, ,,,, I. ." a. ..'o.iI
1 ALSO next, fur the caf the public land within of Juhn'8m"n., late of Fernandinn.Nanu I in .:,.. ,.,.nin;: in |}pdnlt lirwVn.M ..1lJi ..;."!r'.
and fractional) .
the '
township will render"them well authenticated S. W. DGGGETT'SS !
An undivided share or portion owned or claimed Rounty phase Ci,."t.'ss ..mIn e.o'Evrli.n is sit, 1ft.
. by Mordecat M. Noih 'in tho same said grant,' township, vix: within the fejiil lime, nnd th.'e who \ .,,,.. & WiMfrVNewr nri Li... ,.( s

V i equal to 1365.acre* th'. .r. South of ike bate line and East of the principal are imlebted to the said Estate, will please' makn .'t.-\\\ Yi.rl ..f which '..e Zrtssi.1t. .. t

, .. ALSO. meridian. I immediate pnvwnt toJOHN .;,. ,'__.. 4.-_.\..'_..'..t in"n.iii
: An undivided ahum "r jmriian owned or claimed Fractional township eight of range fourteen. : A. CAVEDO. Executor. T t,?: ,'y". .'..:':,.. \. ..., ...Ci:,ai.r di.'* nut return 1:1 Black' Cmk J Jctrry

by tim heir at law Alexander M. Muir deceased Fractional tnwn!hip evrn, towiulup eight (except Fernatulina. July 3, 1346. CmNOTICE. &.... .:...I. :.:.- ., .,:!-. I II"t 'I'." 'u Sn-.h.

i in the same said grant,equal to 4G41 acres section twenty-one,) and township pine, :"-=-:= ------ -- -, 4'It"/:' OP PA JETS.TII" .

1- thereof.. (except section thirty-"ix.) of range fi l..f n. inter*..ted'. are llcre' notified, I ".....1. ....n.I...'= this. I...... .iW i liiiip,

I t' ALSO, (except ,.'cliuti thirty-one,) and) ALL person Six Month nfifr Hute, I hall apply' totli SEl\IINARY. ''M. .1.. I.'e.,1, "':,4.iv" ftety tl.wwly as(

.t An undivided. share nr portion owned or claimed fractional lownnliij thirty, thiriy-one, ami thirt). <* HonnriiMe th' Omrt of 1'rohale for Altchim r-3 1I1K C"
by Jeromiis Johnson thc*f fn-" H.. \((i.T'r'.r.' IIWf

- to 8500- acre thereof. I t ,
4 TIIOS. C. ELLIS and thirty-four. of rang.. seventeen.TnwiiAhip and iilo. nt the name time and 'lar... for my n,l- pared !<. enter Cu JU'o. mn)', lien*. }.ur.u. the r.- N..H Uik V :U NX.W.

I. Slu'riflnnd Tax Collector.Ncwnannville. iWflllly.foura.ul twenty-five of range rr.l i.trRllnn' on the }:*tiIe of Marsha SIlIndl,',. roi| ,iie utiidifs: v,hiJe ih ,
SQili March. 1G4G.Alnchua tweniy- ne. deceased this. 34ih April. 1346. fot u |>.ru""n: sirliTt' .urh r.r.tnrln'4 n* mnvbe .:s EXA:1 .J. Ji
,- ,Couaty ShcriCPs Sale. T"\n..hir'pnteen and twenty-one of range COTTON RA U'IES. Administrator. .t uit!: tJ: jiM in Iif. B.i: EXCEL. C. P. Smith.) in"' ..ier.j3vlh

BE SOLI. on Monday, the 5ih .f I twenty two. April 24th 1846. GmCircuit The .2iilHli,ui* of t' In"t4t>ition. are foimetl 111... te,.... n.. c..mmAfler..1 h.,, m.a slisiii

: WILL next lietween the hour* .f ton Lands. appropriated by law for the with lli.-i'ltr" ile. c. ..rj prll" 'ii i'l iih* .i jleHrliMJa .x,".';.'.. "lit "iU.! esery flS"'Ikln" u.L

and two o'clock at the Court Home, in thi* Town of schools other In Court. >'l moral I ",I"Anf"1 pf n- ii.miiT', ._,: ,_ r..mfi.'"!!. a. ,:..JiIi.. .
f of pvnan..yjJIf, County of Alachua. a miiHcieut use military, or pur. EA4TKUN ClUCUIT' Of Fl.OHtni. Tli.%Vli
I portion the undivided interest nr John 11. Rruh poses will be excluded from sale. CO'"t/1,1 Dnva1. In Chanecrg.Kinlei The ln'Ceiili il-.irei ti rnltirnjiwilli? Iris turif.. ca.r. be towed tum-n I.y a Srenmltwr.'

, Charles \\'. Brush Eugene Vann m, Julia A. The sales will each be kept open for ,IJ. GiM,*.an..,.. and! lo Iflsunr. ,.. GKOHGE HOLMES.Ascnt. .

I Vannes. and Margaret Brush situate in aid two weeks, (unless the lands are,'sooner A. ('UI A" "'. .* them r'aIs'r f hy an npprn$ to hp 'ls.tterpriuriples JurlMi 'ilk.

County in and i<> a rertxin tract or parcel. of Uud of and nnd' i. .:ec''uu .ifZeiIp'.niisli| ., Is.rl; ford.Voverv uf the h.*art. limn l>y severe and .di* fl.rtli." .n he ,erttre l nt Si. A.r..tii e,.i IfSj f fn.
disposed ) no long r no private
known a. tim ArretlontM Grant, containing two ' >e"'.c d,. I fnml R0K, nod, graceful |"ijilio.riii.. I 1.lic-Plio.. i:. CAIIK & CO., :
: entries of land in the townships Conujiairiiiii,. J.5! u. l:.15.
hundred and eighty nine thousand six lnindrcd and for anlnjunctiun. An "cc'iiil: are oii.t flli .1..lj"'IIIt'Mp.! of "

forty ,five nnd five seventh acre, ltt inJt" craut so offered, will be admitted uqtil'afterthe vs. .Ifllar. isoil .I.! ,f II.. ,1.- .i .t'ai..ntf" .:. i. I

made to Fernando de la Muzt Arredondi! and .ou. expiration of two weeks from the George Kin:niey. kept ; ti copy' ur whirl aromul in fuou.-xiou "hIs : CIKCL'iT Tares! ::! Coisrt.EASTHIIN JUII.VSCOC5IIHUB .

(,J on_ the 22nd December A. D. ]1817 in .,tify and of said sales. fendant. the refi'il tt,rni l.iII.u Ir'trunnittcd tin. eror \ IlIer'.hI : ST.
- pay the taxes due to the Stato of Florid from il .> commencement It havin= been mad tapk'ar lIuir.'t"rorifyIIY! iiiir,' \\vhornn\!.->;ii" it. J. i*so*. ) .
Given under hand at the city of affidavit thnt the Dt.ft-o lant, Goorgp K'ihy. V.. f
a persons.above named l. for nnd on uccmmt of tln-ir my < re- TERMS FUR A SF.SSIOX UF TWKI.Tfc U'KKKi :
interests afore.aid and ,8111 legal 1 cost and ciur(e. Washington this fourteenth day of ide. bevond' jiiMiuIietion of ihi Court anti in I Higher Brim-he. $" U.) 'ItF.NJAtIc D. IIYJSRtUTTInChancrrj..

in and.bout the advertisement and al<* th.*reuf. August, Anno Domini one thousand the Island a'fSi. Domingo in the \Vet lushes, on Common; Brunch**, .. 7 00 Ilisii B. \ARXnRU. G. I
motion of B. A. Putnam, Solicitor for timCuniplaiii.nt. ( IItL):! \ SlM.XO.XS. J
THOS. C. ELLIS Eq. Latin and Greek CIn4fr4.' exim.
eight hundred and forty-six. 'u''e '., .!.. I a5JI') '
.n ma it
': Sheriff and Tax Collector. *. Lt'SJfU'. in "French given ..t II.! requ.l nf parent JT appear >y
Newnansville, Sept. 4. 1846. Uy tho President: IT I* ORDRBRD That the said George King *. .- .nli.fiiclinn if ih Court tlml tlr) eJjilffoiMlitrtti

ur The above ale i* postponed, from the JAMES K. POLK. 'Icy, d<.appear, and answer the Complainants' Billwiibinsix !) Any pnoilvito fr' tn the S:! ...! l efori-th in lh* nlmv, entitled raineMid rviiJt.
JAMES H. PIPER. Acting ti.| limit of ih. Stale a4 ..
of KIiHkL
tnoniii.or) the sam> wiil bo liken )
7th until 5th of end ni'tlii.e4.iis
the pro lor whiflillt
September Monday, Ocjoberoext. PlceIiIitsI; nH'''I. **
. Commissioner of the General Land Office. i.flhi E4
confeniio ngainst him. jsri..lscti.i. C irr, hut wiiki. die
PrirwipIdNpprsVP w ill requinil to put f r ilw*
OnncRKD. That ci'this Sintri! Int ann ..r. ti'nju1Jnan. SAZICiIIN'
IT copy u:1"rift'd rarl"r ( e "ion.No .
I To all Wbom Ittmay Concern. NOTICE TO pnF..E II'TOi CLAIMANTS nnfeiril that .h.! nir defend. do
Order, be publih) in annum Nowsiaptr printed iH "apui
$ d 'IuctumJII) he ninde in
U hereby given that at the next Term Every entitled to the right(preemption thechnrg Mn4MerthcnmiUinant! 344th
NOTICE person within the laid Circuit, Once a week consecutively for occa-tionl MI iihinnr Feat
Court for tin of Duval (Mjpil aHenr In rime i f retracted
county to .nJ land within the limit* of the townhip and ii months. ilw *""., will) IM- taken r..d <
( a* ell sjwll
Florida will be madu the said or > ) .icktse:,. lequirinv ih<*! 10. b. withdrawn .
application to parts of townships above enumerated t* required THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge.I .-. ; Mnl! it H fitrilnr! ordffe '.that teniJrd.r t&
Court,by the tubteriber, widow of John T. Bl'Ot"r.that"Mr to etablih thesame to the .atufa tion of the Item from lh. School projn-r ilednciiuii' will |h.>
slid C-
OSCAR HART, Clerk of",.niJ Coiiri, herebycertify made. !) rj-mfi. by tin- Oik of tki*
d"wer may be allotted to her out of the gi ier and Receiver nf the proper Und utfiee, and the above to bo a true copy of .. Ord.r.m"del Nil }* [>.dili! received
pupil f"ftrllnr .
Estate of said John T. Broer deceated. a *
make payment the/ef.. at'toon at practicable, and entered in saul Entitled cause, on tbe This rule from the inconvenience) f .:..t.>rn Circuit sit Florid, once a, week CD***
.- ELEANOR BROER. after teeing & notice, and before the day appointed Ninth day of March, A. D. 1846. occasional' rxryrienced by .lively fur "sir mnntliSigned.)
R. DORM her exceptions h"'fftu.r"rt'm. in future
By ,
Attorney for the commencement of the public sale CiEO &C.
25th be tcadilyenf Jacksonville. Sept. 1946. 4w of the lands the claimed otherwise ,
embracing ttact
; [L. 8.1| unto set my hand: and affix the seal of.Ns The School is in St. Jiiliii* County lOiIfI.J.
now condition.
a flourishing
such claim will be forfeited.
a Alactum.County Sheriff's, Sale. -'- said Court. The 'is PCTER DU IA5. CLerk f MU O*
WILL BE SOLD on the 5th Jay of Octo- JAMES H. PIPER Acting OSCAR HART" Clerk. building a' large, commodious and elegant dn htorrh\.r..rlify the fi'reoin in be a Tm Off / 'i

next 'ttweentiue hours of 10 and 2 :-Commissioner ef the.General Land.Offic. March 13. 6m No.structure loII.O.O.F.recently erected by FLORIDA LoDGE .. a n Order Reconl in mr office.
: e'cl ck'at the Court House in the Town of New A. r 23 12w and the esf/.1
nansville cufHcient of the .- .. -- Th* location is one of well known salubrity! and [1. 5.] WITNESS my bund
portion interett of New York,A.dvcrt1se -e ftt.: Adi IRUtratrJ ..Notlce.Notice .- i* otace.- Board be Court thi. 12ih M..y. A. D, (&
Henry decee.ed to the of easy miy obtained t reas-
Dudley. satisfy amount is hereby given to, creditors of.and per unable in PETER B. DUJIAS,..
rates fnmtlie m'lhe
tax** due-to the State of Florida on account of THE *entitled to dutribution in the Estate of rmpectnh place rat 2.IJd. I 514r5. 4.,

Aid intem, including all costs and charges in TREASURY OF HISTORY Matthew Hindley:deceased,and to_"all pemons who JMkonvile. R. F.March27th. 1846. ly

and about the advertiiementand sale thereof. have claims! demand whateveragaintt Administrator's Notice.
may any !
Sbid' interest was returned'.to me by G. R. Comprising a general( 'i introductory outline of or, i interest in.said" that unless the HOLMES & CO. SIX 'sIONTjlatt'e dare I hall 1D4lt.#

Fairbanks, as being a part of a twenty thousand UnivetMl History, ancient and modern, ,anda same_be,exhibited i or asserted within.the period of HOLMES & CO.. have removed ..ion to the HonoraMe Jnd$e of PrsS' -1
., cere grant' confirmed by' the Court ,series of nepaiat Histories of every. MESSRS. Alacluia count for Letter Dunn's .. **
Supreme to Iw_ .y *,from this:dato., ,they will, be bad- of Merchandize tn the t. ** )
James E. Levy in'Alachua principal .Nation that exists, their larpe Kta: t. of Rphram 'late of. id ral&
county. f Peroas h !i.i claims and demands against the building occupied by the United! States known Tjner. *
.THOS. C. ELLIS ShprifF art Tax' Collector. rise progress p .condition. &c., .- t Estate, requested to pieseot John ,M. the Government Building 'They have,. added a* ceased; and nil perton bovine demand*afit'

'Newnantvillc:Sept. 4. 1846. 'Author BY SAMUEL". MAUNDER" ',., McIntosh :Marian County! ,and Thomas,C. Ells! their stock, by the late arrivals' from New sjid! Etate. are b.rvl.y.reqniml tG prHrt 1
of the ]Bio
Cy,The.above sale 1 U .tp'ined from the 7thveptember 'treasiryutiCtuuwIedv'. ,. as* propetly attttCed for sIukmeat.I _
pj and Scientific'Treasury ofAlacbua, county. t my agents,-without delay. a full ,assortment of Dry GOod* Groc riet", Hard ,
"Uieniy '
rephIc lTreasury %
until Monday,. the 5th 'of October Ac including '. FRANCES, HINDLEY' ,ware. Proviikmt, &., &o, JOEL TJESON
next.. .0. .. Administratrix. have May 151)).. 1840. GinAdministrator's _
THE HISTORY}' AMERICA They oahsnuliow; .l laadingfrom brIg Virginia

,' t- Raaaxray' Negro' Canght. : EDITED" BY JOHN' INMANEaq..- '.r S ,A'sjnstI4th.1845. ." 6m from New 'York. 50 bale Hay. 50 bWs. Notice. .
:TAKEN UP and committed to Jail I Lime. 20 thousand Laths 30 :boxes MONTHS after date I ball apply tS'l Ik*
;. a ; Complete. l in iwo 'voluthei.'irge octavo, with NOTICE.ALL .' .. Cheese, 20 SIX
K' negro rnun about 25 years of age.five Sect e gravings$4. An. edition hi 'paper covers personi interested. are hereby notified that keg. Butter0 keg. Lard, 20 bbls..Pork,'20 half n.J.nw.T. O'Nu'iUJodte.( Probat*W

,'. .ill inches in height, bright black, slightly complete, suitable i for mailing-! |3. the' srlratl Dor sk J month afterdate I bbls.) Beef. 20 bb!.. B..e d. 50 begs ,Cofle 50 the county r.N..u. for a difcharje' a. Admtajsrtrator

pock marked, gives.hiinameai. ISAAC, DANIEL. A DEE. ,. Publisher.. shill apply to'the Honorable) the'Cenrt Probate Wjla' ,Liquor 100. ploujhs. Iron of various sizes ,, ; on the fulMsintK.tsu..via: Sj> cerCkn*'
'had on'a shirt and! p.r the time nfL,, arrest, ._ 107 Fulton tract.. New York 'for'Alachua County for. 6nal settlement 'of'm Gl *se*. boxes Pineg,*.Tobaceo,&c. &c. All of topher ami Samuel Chrwtopher.late of FI'.riiadeceased. ,

;i.ndiiyjthathe belongs I ,o, Vm.P. Craig, of Ih.Mlnat.t' Sept..18tb,'1846. .. account and discharge, from' ,adminutration ) which they wili.sell at low prices* .SPICER C. URADDOCK.Adminitralor .,
HtUsboroogh. .county,1 The ownar_ is "tat6 William .' Jacksonville,January 9th..1846.Administrator's oa said Estates.
: deceased
Sparkmin, Ute of, "
# rqaeitdtn come forward Nassau Court.HOOS t
.prove property, paycharges.'and r Administrator's Notice; *

,To .take" him away.ft creditors, distributees others inter- : uldco.nty.'JOHN' SPARKMAN AdmV. I&c., 'Notice. Nassau County. Anp" I lib.NOTICE.. J84 S .-_
: : THE 91H E creditor JuiriUtccs' and
JOIINI'ARKEL. other interest
McCuU. .
.In* tbe E.tateofViJliam Santafee Pood
May 1846.
< Sheriff of Hillstiornugh couaty.I late' of 'Nassau: county| Florida' deceased( are r_ -I: 1st,, 6m A; ed in the Estate Samuel Russell, late ot nod5ed1b'.. ,
,, :: Tampa Bay. Sept >mb.rJth. 1816. tf hereby cited and admonished to bwandappear 'A..lahtrater'al'lY.llee. : and Nassau admonished county Florida',deceased, are hereby cited ALL the persons ipiratioa interested of arebereby six. month after tb*

: .:>;N'' NOTICE T at and before the' Honorable; the ,.Judge o( Pro ,O N the first day January, 1847, I Will proaent -' lhi, Hon. the Judrn to'be of and'.Pl'r at. and bef re date hereof I shall arply W the How* W the
,-. : '.TSkcrrty.given to I allpersofls I; loter *tfd, that bate'of Nassau'coantjr<'at a Court'of Probate,to to th*Hon. .Court of Probate. for the; Court of of N..a'county, Court o! ProUte for AUchoa ratty;' .
4. ,JLSis Month .ferilat.I'shail apply to the be-twlt"at the Court Hbus. In said county"oo the Countyof ., tor final settlemeot and allowanca'myj -. a Probate to be. held at the COUrt settlement of and discharge faun'my
HOUM la "'account*
i'': i: : .,IIoaorabhr! : tie Coort of Probate for th,. u.1101' first Monday ,l&Aprill847.' and th.*..cause.If *c nisi ant vouchers, a, Administrator ; .aid county, on the first Monday tn admiafstratio my oo tbe.ettaui of James L.Totrmsendvdcea I

<-- ,'ror i a fioU'saiUemfnt and allowance of .any they have* why ,-alwuld: not,btt >discharged 'of the Estate ofJamia Martin,and Samuel) January.I' 1847. and,shew cause .if.any they have ed.late of aid resent,.

: '. 'ray accounts and voucher*;'u arimtnlstntorintitj; from i all further admfoUtrtUoa of the Estatt( J ,Smart"d cM *dIat.*of Mid County, and will: 'why administration should nor be discharged from' alt further .JOHN TOWSFJID.AJm'C-
,:' "Estafs) WjlUam!DeU daoeawd law of ald said\ :In of an at &Jd of; the Estate of said Samoe) Rus- '
:;. county William'McCuIy pursuance application lheaam.'ar.ra, K> Court' tur' a fintl ash pursJanea Nawnaasville My ]. J845. fan __, '
In .r
L / ",. ', and for a discharge from ray administration! on ,then as4sher.tobowkbtWb to Mid dIaoLupron. tM AdmlnUtration ofaid Estates. aft application then tad there '

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