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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:
April 26, 1851
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.


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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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.I' NO._ L, ; }. : Willisa ,''"ho says that It b nosh or.Dot
) an ill usloa ot..tJae ml. These
Elif tlte.Ntft':' OfI. the cum .
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h hostilities'1835, the Territory of East; : .' has TaDced.saallowei iD'1tIIJ and posiUnJ7 IMItI thatsher

i da..1most a terra incognita to all > ; [ : .ise. In her throat pin, and U.. Jw"l '_N'_
: jI ::1I..' '. --, 'U a d er taIz ballet.size"
: savage tribes who inhabited it. It is, lIlIeS to neely- food orl'n i

' a few settlements had been"'established ; < ; ) that it Is Impossible for h: to'.wa1lor.PnTfoas i 'aziat .
I -erid of'., to the time whenhe:said the Jaac1nat:
borders and its
been'pnrti ; :: J' lowed it,-abxmt three weeks Me.
plored by a few daring adventurers; I : : 'ders r or rsi.., min of stout natitutlon and g robmt' Lab,a'bQ&wa

was not till after it had been eitensi i : ; '' '.C.,Rosthso- t,.' I DdJed almost too a'.k
I was j 1 eaeruar'
ersed by our armies, and its most' m ; speak. IfD1&"wnft'&o .
I cesses 'penetrated; that a correct : ; : > ". Tier throat has several limes been V :rifitfi F' .

formed'even of"its'general ;; : l ; :: : '; ., not only, Dr.Williams but other PhJ> jsfisl "

,of coarse,but little was known of its 1: LOND ON, and ther all agree in the opinion that there I*, "t
.nopin there. There Is
. complete absence of .
The whole Territory (three' Coai es&:' Inflammation in 'the throat,',externally?or to

'fifty miles long and one hundred and, ) ; : ; June, 1849.? tezT.al1.ras tAr as canine seen,. and.:she does

4, has now been so thoroughly explored_ / I s and. freedom,'' .complain:of pain .from pressure:of the
1 riots. ,Every. parts. Forthe first 'two days after,this idea .
: extensively intersected by fine roads, I down to the ,became fixed In her,mind,.ale partook of hel'J. ( { J
; are but few States in->the Union- 'of wh ; 'and.shopmen. meabj as usual,and since that time has refused \ : '
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minute topography Is better known. ; ; ;, ; *, WJnopeishmentwhateter.' -There;:is-an ,
t revealed by the explorations of our ,.see'the fire- seneeof iever;and On pttfcfU*slow and weak '
i the concert Aflef the doctor had told ,her.repeatedly '
Florida during seven years of active op ; manner that can that there was no,,pin in her throat,'and that t

are ot tn important character, : The gardens are: he could do nothing for her, she continued
they establish beyond a doubt the I promenades are send for him. He thought of a'plan at last by ,

value of a country which was : ; arranged in ev which she could be cured this strange: anicy.
out from So,he takes with him II'Teral'IUrpca1ln. 4
garded as "scarcely worth the coat of c peep ris1ng'm oDSi struments,providing himself with a.rusty pin

ing it." It may now be stated without ', formed oi which.he crooked for the purpose. He inserted
t>f refutation that, in salubrity of' ered through in her throat several times one ormore of these
instruments, having a hooked point and at bit
8r+en. lights ,
fertility of soil in value of productions
last and
: ,look like greatest effort pretending to draw ont
the facility with which productions ':the ground. the very pin which had>given her so much pain
transported to market, East Florida ; orchestra is and trouble, and, produced it in nishamU- ; l
This satisfied her. She knew it then
illuminated and was out.
foremost of all the Southern States ,
: andmu- and thanked the doctor with the warmest expressions -
The climate cf fast Florida, taking : &as a /.Ms for the preservation of her:life -la
whole year round,is much more: : : brought a few hours her imagination was again at work
and she positively declares that there is anoth.
be t
other in the United States or even ,
any stalls er one there and under that belief she Is now
Italy. In the southern portion of the rosy-cheeked, running prostrate from debility/and unless this phantasm .

sula frost is never felt, and even as far take with is in some way removed front her:mind, .

the Suwannee river there are : and water, and she will probably die within a few days., .. '

three or four nights in a whole winter would be ,quite SEEING THE WORLD I
,but English .
as thick as a quarter dollar is formed. ( : from early The Dowager Countess Beaton Is'quite rich/ '

winter weather in East Florida is ; water of even for an.English peeres, and I has a greatdesire
beyond description. It esembles very : become <(ob- to seethe world. She has spent'several .
quantities of years in Spain, lta11and': Germany contrives : '
that which in the Middle !
season interrupt tho to see all the fashionable and distinguished : ;
termed "the Indian summer;" except 1 ) men in Amer society of these conntrses,' without going '

Florida the sky is perfectly clear, and : ; tsPecia1J1 .good into society herself.' 'For one_of her many .
mosphere more dry and elastic. I ? eccentricities is that she never'accepts an fan: '.
: which the tation to dine from,.or'to spend an evening out
what might be expected, the summer j style, aft the other own house., When she reaches'aTorefeg
in East Florida is much more agreeable I mreworb" capital whose society she is curious WieeVsfie

heat less oppressive than that which is obtains' from Her a1'Jest,*. representative at
of in the Court a list of all. the best people! with .
rienced in the Northern and Middle peculiar
here their addresses, and she at once tends Tor the"
This is attributable, in a great measure, ; the same time by best cook and provider of the'city; and gives

peninsular situation,which causes it to peculiar'' to, them orders to prepare a magnificent entertainment -
ned on the East by the Atlantic breezes 'As the plat- without retard' to cost.' ;Letters of invitation
are then addressed to all the people on
and on the West by those from the and ladies
which the list she has received from the diplomatist .
Mexico,both of which are distinctly felt .shawls" confusion, They all come"with alacrity' to the,entertainment

very centre of the Territoy. The ,position is ,'and thus, ate cost of some two or three .

nights are,and even the the chin upon, thousand dollars, she gratifies her curiosity. .
Ather ballast week she had the pleasure'of
days are but seldom, oppressive in the t 1 lRfi a rriirnsal.ten ma.t all arisand Genet! I Names Into the "
This latter fact is explained on one aide rga1n i s e aaUn-l r( ,+tcieiT'lookfig-Dtf the '-'

the principle that the insensible pe Thos,7. nose,and with wee'u complacently__ .. ?..? ?maiM her box ,
. 'goes spinning at the Italian. I gave the old dowager look .
which is constantly emanating from the
enjoying him of respectful admiration, I confess,for there is '
surface of our bodies Is most rapidly crowd is Ten decided comfort in the idea of looking on brill

when the atmosphere is dry and with wonderful iant,society just as yon look on the brilliant
scenes of the and I don't know .
stage) but that
while the
prevalent; on contrary, In consequence
.furniture, and If I was rich,I should imitate her laudable example. : .
and stagnant atmospheres this : of the even- .-Correspondence Boston Atlas.
slow, the pores of the skin 'become mucfl'more 'I

and a great portion of the effete matter : 'than the per YANKEE DOODLE- WITH V ABIAT ONS.'

should have been thrown off from the ,"We have a young lady-acquaintance. is -
of this a ..*err fine performer on the piano. Her
is retained and gives rise to that
: '
the decided house 11 in rather too close the
oppression which arc so frequently both happen to street and the lour Is not proof the gaze
in our Northern and Middle States : and the ten- of the passers- y, or of those who are so rude
summer months. phenome- as to take advantage this too common fault
(there of constructing dwellings in Our cities. While"n
Paradoxical as it may seem, the ; ) nightly the midst Of her'musical efforts a tall young

ter ranges much higher, during the a1 is as regularly I Kentackian.who had just madehls egress from _

months, in New York, Boston, and if he were, for- the,'barrens' where born'and 'raised1 chanced
Opera. His to saunter along the street, and charmed with
than in St. Augustine, Tampa Bay, or or he could the novel musiC but rather uninformed to the ,.
West. In the former cities, the I as he is conventional roles of town-society,'approacned
frequently ranges as high as 93 and 100 : '' I hearty' good the parlour-window' and with eyes dilated
greets his and month extended stood there
ap- enraptured -
in the shade and that too without : }
any '
'.. while she sang bite me a cot in the valley
to relieve it; whereas, it but rarely : I all offer the l ovey.

high as 90, nt any of the latter places. .I "great novelty"* "Are yta fbnd of music?"inquired the Isdn

informed that a register kept at Key \V American game WBo likes a bit of initocehl sport. '
; crowd about to "Well I am,that thing said the blunt Ken;
14 exhibits but two instances
years ( ; down the tuckian. '

that whole period in which the mercury .' damage to'the "Do. you pby t",asked our friend' ; Ins,qulzx3al

as high as 92 in the shade. But did ) : up:their manner. j .
neD to 102, such is the constant pins with, ../"I can play a'smart lot of ipnet On the'f 'n oj
; fcir/fo do at a saRt"tBaan*itoj Han;. "imtd-h mo If I her
of refreshing breezes, thai less ; strangely ee'any body play on a nbeToTerrrr"This .
would fbe experienced from it'than; own country; Is what we calla piano, Sirr said tie '.
stands at 90 in the stagnant : ,long after performer: "did you never beat of such anin:
; mdustrioslt. trnaentf1 ., .. ;
other climates. '1 ,thati it did l'No Sir-et!' said Kentuckthere's no'such

Tho'summers in Florida, may be said ; or one in the critter incur part'as that;but it makes mighty
i : : ; and dine nice kind omnsie don't it? CaD yod'play
eight months that ;
long; so the ; eight These Yankee Doodle on.that machine0 said he and .
warm weather is about twice as long as of their t rn- d tenly,and with gnat earnestness of manner': -

Middle States. The weather,during the the lady answered in the affirmative}r'aadthls
of these eight months is,however,jener : ipust hbt snp- pop lor national air.with+variations,war!
which the most performed in artistic But
:truly style. the tinaltivated -
a pleasant the
temperature; nlghte being
: is conduc ear'of of'the rn&tfo could, scarcely
riably cool.-.and sultry' days of rare ; float on the discover through 'the ''variations' .single

rence. : ,' without. ever, strain otlhts much-loved tone;aiid at thec1-,, ,
tntder current. of the piece he exclaimed J ja, -r"
The great salubrity of this climate, & (ladies I ."Is thai Yankee DoodlefJ. '.y
incontrovertibly established by the data )often attend' "Y ea Sir;that is Yankee. D 1ej with theariationsX .

a most harassing war ofICTeD', 1M'do ; : are very bril- ', -- .
affords. Our in Florida during : he rides f they WeD,- ejaculateif 'Keixtac,v thrnstlngtand _& ,
army # tlre" before the Into each: pocket;;preparatory,to,a start; '
rind averaged' about 6,000 men.- But even then that tray do you city folks.,'Hd fijainVridtttf >. ste:.1ht
had been gathered from every clime NJ and, ex. Ana bff tS went..Kxiakir:

"marched in\every 'season-they'Wr x< : warmth' of the }oclter., "

every district t-the1 were -subjected' to ,dance and unnsn-,when u Ah Eliza,' cried a puritaiiyonn .p racer..t o ,
-bea' atr.Jet11 making'herudrintb
; ; ; WT wLo > -
privations, and, exposures N' balook'
; a bentifal ringlets.' ;Ah, Eliza, :had
most likely to prod ucediscase, -and yet : b't fireworksati. God ,intended, your;,locks' to. be :curled, he
tritbstanding all this the proportion of a.< .)-..The would 'e curled,them, tto'yoUf;..a Whmt .

which occurred in_the Florida army (( ; weaknessfor crowds to for see was aI1lnfaDtnrepl1 the **?**;;.uao.Jie; di'tip i
he thinks I am shin
but 0",1 am
those > grownup, "
.who. were killed in ,battle ; ; ; acqttaini do it "
first four'years" of the war (the most go to Vaux- 11adt."r\ : ..'

'period) wasns' but oke to /."!,.:compared : : thin blood, NO'lI.uA.1V tTao yT a Rtyruss -A'poor..Y rei ,:
would, ; Inquiring at the Horse .Guard o..i '
eran w
those'of, .the southwestern division of: ur > l ; ; ;,( .:i &. dents Peninsulsi medaji :
in which the troops were stationedin ; ; .England.Is de tell you.again." was thesatisfatdoryaa_ +iserlbi; .
We quarters ,This important fact is I atleast in suau, I ecelvedj the meda1'notfiniaJaed.d.' i Vcet 'ili .
by statistics in the Surgeon General's t \ywe would I .it cueUhlrtr..te&rl tofmake a "?, uSo,
; .4vthad no s said the tete in r as:ft Aslk sl,awsj
officially reported'bj;.Surgeon Genera' I ha ; ; : In a sort of 1'for 1I bell er e..l'I abltat'theohl. ; OW1M'. t", ;.r .

The mortality which; occurred ; : :I ; that glare.and .Jt.f,. .Ji 'oS'i. 'I :"
campaigns of 1836 and'1837 inn : # : nights are -o _"" ,'I r.. .
: t; : :, L.i.Cm
( faht uveren.a: :xs UIrn l'c c&i ii1i.\A_
tion of the_army,-and'which gay 1 I that when ntlemn has' drank
: "they the I wy". a g too
( ;are per. : = '. .
.the.rumor that thereninsuiajras."jt : sfl rex 's:,; : -mi01i:wine&1181 y bo >x pi A.(+Ifeiti ,

.can be satisfactorily! explained .without : ) ; ; :: :...rS but tr-61aferc i to tie tl ,te'"- 4 t3.+wt .
tin; it 'ft ftc .Influeni$>of;climate. : < ; tile'my: !rw.eI t hela drunk: ft."
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ncmoval. .:.of,the' Indians. : volunteers; wilh oVdew i Clt :cap realf. JH4E wV ... 'rM', ."f_A" SFeitElt, I SOURI'LEOIS, 1T"RE., i !
S 0\.i ... ___.-1 1 diana they fall In, with-und ,to'dttro1fthelr.towns V ,...a .... J. ..,' J; -J. } ..'to. of the Union now! < *
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DE rcmatk that thisDepart. V gentlemanly
CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE WAll 1 have only { I ht'
: : .' PARntENT.I I meat haineitber'the&UtboritY. ; to survey pubUd ? 'f.t .. lBewarcLbas, t&keii i the command'of theUnion'armyandJohn ftUS1!} gJ P l, (9 "r M o l,

lands to raise a Volunteer,Teglmentsfor: .. [ Van Baren serves under : "'
j or : : .: ; ; to the, ,1'ituPerilB
From the Governor' of :'Florida.. the purpose of protecting those engaged V much_ him as his "'LleutenantGenera, ," and the n1" resolutions of tiie.,Senate 'o.ff Missouri, tj
:EXECUTIVE JEPAKTMK 'T, an operation. .
Tallahassee, Fcb. 13, 1851.' I beg leave, however, to assure you, that this thing'wanting' was V a forlorn hope" to lead can well Imagine the'witherlngbutscorn IU '

!he Hon. C. Moo CoKaAJ V Department is employing,.and will continue to on the,assault against the rebels,which ia now which heaved the bosojo of th '*':
Wars, employ'all.the means at its diposal to, effect a the nen faetoram.about the Til-
Secretery.of: these Indians and to JACKSONVILLE.APRIL,26,. 1831, supplied by wi Georgian, when he penned those few line.*
Bir,-I bar the:honor to transmit: to*you'a, speedy removal of neither the Government expressthehopeandbelietthftt tag 'ofPl atb; which, for the information ,The,Missouri: Lqialst r. refusing to&jj

copy ore i act'passed'at the late session of the, ....t9.. :: '#.,,' .. 't t.t.t.I'.o : bt the we :"would I state'is intercourse,with such of,
of Florid wiUtby any .Uj. 11tWitu1er..vCAieJ a body
I General Assembly>> of this State, from which nor' the inhabitants :V LI f&E.1?. .arLo tuA., ; men..
I TOO will see that It U made tny duty to "corres precipitate proceeding, Intertere''Wltb. ,l roch and. -.Wepub1flCrfi0th1th0Letterof V V eftuatedon the Si.,John/a, riverin the State of 'posed'the Nuh l le. Convention! a Vody j a.r r-j

pond with the Department" of the General -: thwartitrtfiortsr-rtaveiio'-'dcnbtthat: Florida. VerilyJ IS, a.. frieD ol ours.would contained more talent more patriotism *
; ,
I proper I proceedings would rather retard than expedite .first '".Physician": on:the,Climate, : : ; ? .iIt

I the speedy GovernmenVand removal of: the urge remnant the necessity of the tribe for the accom.. 1ish en of the.object: they h4T in 4ic4: of Florida..! ,We wonHd recommend our say; "this U an extenjive ounf.r1l'.thll: same more truegreatneu1 than the 'Ltgia1atal(1i- j

I I Beminole Indians yet remaining 'In FIO'Id-: : !pia.remain' V f readers who''feel an.. interest in the "Soil and State fours.. Pity there are-nomore' offices Missouri, ever, has: or ever, can produce..:Jt

'I' The aui ty: .."i'-.-:-, vr---, e bletM. on very respectfully, your obedient Climtte of Florida, to preserve the papers left'to reward them'with, for their/&fefcy. We they represent,the sentiments of their.filsk':
i"irvdr sure will not be servants ,
unreasonable. when yon take into consideration asj' I C. Y. CONRAD, containing'these Letters, they will b 'roui14 hope there are'a few more: etmtraetl'left, at all then they made a great mistake,in not retailing

the injuries they hate suffered, and are hourly V ,:"Ii i h V- .1 *&** r.f War. useful for future reference; and Ter'1 accepts 'events, and perhrps we shall have an embassy CoL Benton .to' the U. 8.Senate, :for b*'

p liable 'to suffer,'from such & neighbors' : His Excellency THOMAS. DJtow.l'.t! V : ble1 \\9- their ''friends and( ; acquaintances'who to ,the: court of Billy Bowlegs .now.. ;. who the only man :who Is. fit to ..represent such
It -whose presence has been a continual blight upon Governor of Florida,
the prosperity of our,State,\ and will BO 'continue TaliahasseeFlorida.[ may visit Florida with a view to emigration. : knows I I' V V constituency. It appears, however, tint. t

to operate,as long as any of them are permitted House of Representatives had the decency : !

1 to remain within! our borders. Since From the Governor of Florida. '' : HONS.V VV HOWELL, COBB AND A. H. STEPHENS ply return, the resolutions to Gov.MeDoadj'
I j the withdrawal of the United 'States 'troops'trom V without comment.
I the posts established between the Indians Tallahassee April 11th 1851., 'i correspondence,on this interesting subject V :We perceive by our neighbor the. Republican .: ;i
and the white settlements,many,of the settlers, 'between the'Governor (Florida and the of last :week, that Mr. 'Stephens has expressed .
SIB 1 have ,
who had purchased lands and made plantations : the honor to acknowledge the : M.aam.aOa.,29Ihllarcb,1 IsJl;
hare broken them up, and remored out of the receiptofyour letter of the 21st March in reply Secretary of War, is' puMisned in the Tallahassee preference for Mr. Cobb, as (he candidate of To V the Senate/.the State of Mistovfi:' .
to7' mine of the 13th which I "ihe: :inst and tri 11 be (:Constitntional-Unioh-8nbmi & ,
State, and thousands are deterred yearly (reinS February *SwifwtfJ of 15th ; the Party" :1 return resolution .
{ immigrating to the State, from a. knowledgethat found on my return from'a' recent visit to Cape found another column. V # of Georgia, at the next election for Governorof V 15th ult, in your V-reference to theprwnbfe'aai adopted oa tg:. j
FLrida and the the Florida Gulf V
Keys on
!aTaes.V wUh1II.1ts. borders, are bands of lawless Coast.I Tt is curious in many particulars. Our (that State. i resolutions, of,the' Southern Convention,,,' &,;

it is quite certain that, tribe Indians are have the fullest confidence your assurance "worthy Governors'7 plan'of surveying 'the Indians This maybe,taken by some as a'very disinterested It received is through the Governor of your Swi__

I left to their own choice, they never will re- that all the means at the disposal out' the country-or knocking! out their piece' liberality on the part of Mr.Stephens would altogether have been agreeable,to the Convention to me, and whose donbiletf. J'

mo e. And so long as any of them are allowedto the Department of the General Government brains with "asurveyor'sstaffis undoubtedlyan but .we doiibt 'if.-Mr. Cobb :'will not gaul was to communicate them that, its' er.,;
which preside will be toeft'ect pn
remain; all that the United States have done over you employed
and expended, accomplishes nothing for Flori- a speedy removal of the Indians yet remaining original idea; 'but ought'not, as the Secretary -exclaim' "sate' me from my jrien'dJ"! ceedings should not have been retained.'fey I';

da, and is of very little benefit to the Gencral in .Florida. Whilst I must regret I rather eneeHngly tells him, to be addressed It is well known, that Mr. Cobb is An aspi in body wanting in capacity to comprehend,saj

J Government, because the same system of military to understand from your letter, that the means to'Air Department! The Sentinel thinks_ rant for the Presidency or Vice Presidencyof conduct patriotism of gentlemen to appreciate whose object.motives ilvaiy III I..
at its disposslare so "entirely inadequate to
) whilst posts the and most Indian interesting agency and'must valuable be kept up; the purpose;" yet it is not the less my,duty, this official 'insolence otthe War Functionary the United States in 1852, and we suspect concert measures to preserve the Constitnfi

of our State- tie'only, portion' of the United part as the Chief Executive Magistrate of this State, contains U1o'mt hing a' little savoring of:an"; offensive that tho exalted.opinion which. Mr. Stephens of their country, possible: and if that cosij V
States capable of ,yielding to of still to.urge the necessity of their speedy removal dogmatism."" Well it does savor very seems so suddenly to have formed him;arises not be done,. to maintain, the rights f;J't
perfection the' proluctions-is ,and the obligations on the General Government States and the people at every hazard. V
cut off strongly of"somethingp more from an anxious desire on the part of the CHARLES J.M.&zItTTMarci.
from any benefit to the citizens *'and sealed to enforce it, and to can upon Congress MCDONALD,
Although the Governor evidently< winces Litter to get him the shelf than from .
from the knowledge of the' world, to be used to supply the necessary means. I concur : ,, upon I
as the hunting ground roving savages. entirely in the views of the Executive of the under the Secretary's sneer at his official ignorance any good will he has for his former antagonist, 29, 1Et 0

I shall be very happy to operate with the United States; in the propriety of employing he'only:shrugs his shoulders little, but nowpretcnded friend. I'havc the honor to return to you;resolutlaa.
Government of the peacea.ble'melsures to effect their removal' adopted by on the 22d nlt in reference l ,
United States in measures nlong :) yoU ,
any and the rebuke from Messrs. and Toombs have
tamely pockets Mssvpe- Stephens we po
which the President determine on > as there is a prospect of success. But does the proceedings of the Southern Conventfet
,; for the removal of the*Indians may remaining in, the past justify the belief, that further for- riOt In his reply to the Secretary: he says: doubt, arc very willing to give thd 'Constitu' held at Nashville, and just received by.

Florida; but I will very repectfully propose a bearance will lead to any more favorable result? '1 have the Honor to acknowledge the receipt tional-Union" Democrats of that State the con- through the Governor of your State. ..

plan for consideration which will, I think, accomplish Is the prospect of their peaceable emigration as of your letter'of the 21st Mafth," &C., and "I trol of the State patronage, provided they can I have the honor to be, &c., '
V the object, with the least delay and good now as it was a year ago t I respectfully CHARLES J. MCDONALD
and think not. have the fullest confidence in your assurance," themselves have the control of the State in her I'C
They are not a with whom
expense, probably without violence. The To the House of Represtntatites of the
; Indians, we know, have as great honer of a temporizing can havo any beneficial effect.- : &a; and well ho might begin to believe in the relations with'Federal politics and spoils. But Missouri. Stall. --* I'n

surveyor's staff, as they have of a soldier'e ri- The Government must make them know that gentleman's 'assurance," for it was the coolest this we opine is yet to be a bone of contention
fle. I would they are to remove in reasonable tim It
propose that orders be given for piece of Assurance"we have met for many a between them, and will result in a general explosion TO KILL THE ORANGE TREE 'INSECT
immediate with this view
the : survey of the whole Floida'Pe was which I believed to bo in
ninsula; and as. experience: has shown that the accordance witft ithe.humane intentions! of the day of the party; for it is clear that the: We clipped the following communicatm I -.

JDVUUUB w* the regular army are not as C3pableor uenerai uovernmeni towards this -remnant 01 VsBut what right has poor G\ycrnorotn.poor : leaders of both wings of it look upon States' from the Journal, at the time it was: published, Ii I

Florida penetrating the swamps and, hammocks of a tribe which," that I inhabited suggested a survey of the coun- State like Floid3to, bold up his head, or wear rights, and State offices, as small affairs, and (at Tallanassee.: :) and now republish it, with tie i: ]
I as a class of men raised on the Indian try they at preparatory step
frontier, and accustomed to hunting, known as to its settlement, instead making war upon his hat, in tho presence of,their"High Mighti-V have both conceived a vehement passion for hop*that some of our orange growers on the \ .

b cattle ,minding-ulio understand the Indian them, as the better course. I was aware that nessrs:' at Washington 1 None at all! It the same mistress, (Federal Spoils,) which neither St.John's, may test its efficacy.

character, and the wilds they inhabit, as the the War Department: had "neither the authority ., would be rank "treason" and -"rebellion f and will consent to give up. To the Editor of the Southern Journals .
Indian himself, and who have always been a to survey public land, or to raise a volunteer
p terror"to the Indians let volunteer regiment regiment, for the purpose of protecting every one knows that Gov. Brown is no "icbel"very I see you complain, in a late number cfycmr V 1

of such men be raised, as an escort, and protec. those engaged in such operations," but believed far from it. His Federal Majesty has JNO. A. CAMPBELL, ESQ., OF ALABAMA. paper,of the ravages of an insect on the orugc ,

tion to the surveyors, and to act as their pio I -if the suggestion had the sanction of wis no more loyal and submissive subject South of From the following, which we extract from I tree. As I have been very successful in ril ') r

neers, with instructions to capture all the In- dom-that .Executive of the United States. Mason & Dixon's lino than is His Excellency the Alabama Planter, it will be perceived that ding the few trees which 1 have in my gardaof V "
S dians they fall in who is charged with the of that this troublesome visitor 1 take the liberty( '
with ai.d their duty seeing !
destroy We, .Jwiyejajjlanfor!!: "U* .....T.1ot.tM, this gentleman ia spoken of as the Southern
towns and the treaty stipulations communicating to my mod 1 LJIpeT1dVLRthe
; posta on the line of frontier be are faithfully executed, yon
garrisoned with the regular troops, for the would call on Congress to clothe ihe,proper Indian?, and as the Governor's plan, of surveying Rights candidate for Congress from the Mobile hope that others may find it equally as efficient ::

purpose protecting the ,frontier settlements, Department with the requisite cud necessary them out, has been treated so cavalierly, District. His reputed authorship of the "Nash as myself. :. U

and receiving all th Indians that may be,cap authority, and to make the required appropri- we will offer ours 11L' substitute. Whether rule Convention Resolutions." and his course I first bad the bodies and'limbs of the trees

tured,_or_that lvollDtarilycome, in, and to ntirms.z .h generally has placed him at the washed with strong lye as high up as a person
V ... .. .._ h'Assurence..VntihOVJien&oLiheiYarDeVpartment head of the
Dun".mo-zwr mrtnu-sur- vcg tv narure 7VV-'UlmJ **: .a T- standing on the ground could reach
uepuUJ..lOr and then
JP UppIC'5 ,
Teyors and the volunteersrf""At"the eame time, ernment,' or the inhabitants of Florida, will,' will treat it with more respect than I men of talent,of his Statth3s' elevated winE e-Wsncu- -4n A-"1I1uJr orcneiieit-(V

let the agent notify the chiefs of the determination by any precipitate proceedings, interfere withor ho did that of Gov. B., we can't of course say, I him to an enviable position in the estimation of trees thoroughly WIth a strong .decoction ef

of the General Government to survey and thwart the efforts," which the Departmentis with any certainty But one thing u certain, the good and patriotic of the 'South. If we the tobacco leaf or plant and removing the
settle'the country and to remove the'Indians employing for a speedy removal of the Indians earth from the roots of the trees I laid ota
mistake he is
of the
that it would no one two
prove a much better mode of disposing gentlemen of
offering such ,bounty 88 may be deemed sufficient yet remaining in Florida, or do any act : them the soaking leaves, and rerlac tie
to all who will quietly come in by a given that will have a tendency to retard the accomplishment of the Indians than attempting strike the South whom Mr. Calhoun was most anx- earth. I next smoked the trees with snlphor

,day, to remove to the West, and all who do of an object so.dcsirable, so long as "horror" into them with "surveyor's staff1! ious to see in public life, and was formerly a and the tobacco plant, by building a fire iA s'
I not in that time will be treated there is a prospect of the General Government circle around them.Attheimel V
come by
as enemies Our plan is a system of"Rewards and Pun citizen of Florida, whero he has left
I and outlaws. T verily Relieve that some accomplishing any thing in the way of their n.any commenced this treatment.
I ( I plan of the kind which I have crudely thrown removal, or forbearance can be deemed a vir ishments.)" We consider these Indians now, friends. and admirers. V leaves and branches ef the trees were covered,

i f put, would effect the peaceable removal of the tue., It is true, the Indians at this time are, apparently to be a banaofoutlawswhichthe, Government We agree with :he Planter that ho is the I with insects. and were drooping and dect/ug 10/,/

Indians, with the least delay and cost-whilst "hflrm1ess," but how long they will of the State is bound. in duty tc its citizens. to man for the times. nnil think-- -hit-- -fpllnw/Mti- -_.. --.-_- -th* few'truit which they bore bcing of a
it would accomplish double purpose of completing remain "harmless," is very' doubtful. They Federal- zens will be fortunate if sickly brown color. I applied the remedy tw6
they obtain
remove or.deatrayithe Government can his
the public'suneys in Florida, and penh murdered several of our citizens within the or three times in the course of'the last spring
1 the people the only portion of the U. States last two'years, and killed or captured the boy declines or refuses to perform its duty in the services : S I and summer! and my_trees areas thrifty asany

: suitable to tropical productions. from the plantation of Captain Sumner ,within premises. We feel satisfied that $50,000 or We reprint this morning from a Choctaw in the country, and I never saw trees any

V I shall be pleased to be favored with your the lost year. Therefore,it cannot be admitted $100,000 given in rewards for the capture county paper, an article suggesting John A. where fuller of flowers than they were ikia

V views on this subject in which the people of that they "have for several years been harmless Florida are so deeply interested. ? as you suppose. V } savages, would date for Congress: this district at the coming ida for years, .-would stop! as they passed to
I am, with 'high respect and'consideration, I have seen in "An act to supply deficienciesin induce:the hardy hunters of our frontier counties election. look at them,and admire their beauty. V

; your most obedient, &c. the appropriation for the service of the fiscal to form "hunting parties," pursue them to Wo are not aware that)Ir.Campbell has V Yours.; C. T. P.
C THOS. year," &c.;: that the sum of $75,000 have desire to be a Gadsdcn Co'' I
BROWN their haunts, and capture or destroy them. Ir Candidate, or could be induced to April 2, 1848.
-, been appropriated to pay for subsistence. supplies abandon %lucratvelaw.practicefor|
an office
V- and services of local called the State would'do this she would so
I V troops into makemo'flCY wearisome thankless
From the and profitless.: Tan 1I.\
Secretary of War. This ;'OLU AHEAD.-This beautiful anti
service in Florida. during the tlie
1849. theerationior
year by enhanced value of much!: however, we think is quite certain that
Wan DEFAHTM Having received no official' information In regard fast steamer arrived here yesterday morning
EXT, the State lands alonf.c if Le choose he can the District
11 "- Washington, March 21, 181.: *: to this appropriation-. beg to inquire if consequent_ the event, jority running from carry ffve hundred to two by a ath: past 9 o'clock, in 18 hours running time I
V wouldamount .
to double]
Sir ,Tour letter of the 13th ult., enclosing"the the { app pnatcJ' are subject to nij the cost,-to say nothing sand Totes; and not at all because he is a from Savannah.
V I copy of an act recently passed by,the Legislature order,' or if an United States officer will be sent of tho advancement of individual prosperity lar man in the party .sense of the. word popu; but ,, l..
t of Florida "To provide for the final removal here to payoff' the'cll1lms. The latter course and the immediate influx simply because EXPLOSION I
; of population. a large number of the sober, OF A SODA\ FOCKTAW.' -The N.( .
would be most desirable V
4F of the Indians now remvininq In Florida to me. thoughtful.citizens of the district know :
And "to this that
I V beyond the limits of the .State," was received :I am, with high respect, your obedient servant complexion" the thing must is suited to the occasion-can have influence he Picayune says that on Saturday, ,while_ soiiif i

t in due course of mail but constant and.urgent I &c., come at last' Tho Federal Government: not in Congress, and, will use that influence for fountain was being charged at the corner
: bndnes has prevented me from making an ear THOS.V DROWN.V: withstanding Gov. B.a fullest confidence1 in it, the defence of the people of the section wherin Orleans and Royal streets, it exploded with tht
lier reply to it. :.1.have doubt that thelodi- The Hon. C. M. CONRAD J
I will remove Tin iltralTa C
never the Indians '
: and the report of
f a cannon and flew .'
4 'ans Btdt.J"ama d FIoridaTare: aI Of.V Secretary of War.HEKKY ; Secretary nn in the ar
annoyance:ana h} aayssoIn plain te 'ma.: 'They will There is in most of the southern congressional three hundred j r
; flV UJ7)to.that state;and I .re- < never istriet8 to be feet. It passed over tie.Or* |
gret exceedingly that all the efforts apply"force j".and even Gov.B.himself a preliminary nominating con
r to this Department Out A51050'mx V CUBANOS. -A.Hav- ; ,admits test between old partixaus and tho e who be. ,leans theatre in its course and came down 1*. 1 I
prevail' upon'them'to migrate ana correspondent of the that all other means must fail It difficult lieve the necessities of, the south St. Ann street. A
have, thai far, proved unavailing. The New Orleans ..Pica require Department
'wIUbowever, persevere in these efforts -- yune writing from Havana,under date of 20th "to serve two m sferi.' :No Governor': ; at this i she should emancipate herself from'national influences against a door whero a little' negro girl 'w ?'i

'and does not despair of their ultimate March;gives us an amusing account; of the ex.citement lime, can.serve-t the Secretary t>f' War abdjthe and party machinery. It is i Obvious to standing and
accasloned the latter ,that in all came: 'witbiuaco, of kUliDl
success.. Eor:the present however it by the arrival of Mr. Clay, peopleofFloiidarVIfhCbftyO! the "fullest' parts of the country the :
; can em- : con-
and, other main of those who 1in
distinguished,'Anmericans purpose live by office-and 1
ploy.none but peaceble means to effect this obect. among fidence"" in be I
the citizens former, the fatter will have who cannot live
.:: ,The smalL ,military force many.oC whom appeared: to think very decently without it-is restore >
it has at it. disposal, is .absolutely which all,,Anglo-8axondom, ,was down upon them. li t1c.inkiirl.V. shall return to this subject.. the dynasty: of Arties by reuniting their bro H0XTI50 JIf THE GLASS P AUCJ-A: newdlS-

for the protection of'the frontier not necessary Vfo give an extract: V ken fragments. So far the effort of southern ull, baa aruc. in the glau palace for tN.W $MFfcir. >- I
such inconvenience against "After.Mr.: Clay's visit to the Captain General rights men have only'HScotcbed .
and: injury 'as ,those,to'' BOUNTY Daring violent shower many panes ofgu.! ,
r which the inhabitants of Florida he stalked and lounged about the town,the LAND WARRANTS. ---'; the nale, hot killed it were broken,',and
all thaudSLJam&PahayaUed.
are in: d ri, I
> H f
observed of parrM a > *
V by thevicinlty of a'small remnant ofa tribe: all observers; but the Creoles fear By a clause in the Civil,and Diplomatic Appropriation She'll close and be Ifenelf'.

who agalnsrthe'conthfBal have, for senra1yW'S' been harmless, ,but him.ed to,It and was the really Spaniards amusing would to hear not the address Bill, passed at-the last session ofCongresslo abandoned presently, if the those'labors ce&ae! ,.and the field he ponunjty to enter. It is istatedthat themselves there.of the are o'aC I

4 and powerful tribes of incursion Indians in 'of a state numerous of ac talk. After Mr.. Clay's arrival, the? first people rumor ; tions i ,of bounty lands are .to bo I Ious, needy persons wafohfol;ho fill ,the active country, unscrupu with. least three hundred thoassad .these birds ia the: I

tan hoat1111t,. Such is the situation at this :was that Gen. .Cass and Mr. (Clayton, had come 'restricted to lands surveyed and,subject tio en- their clamors, crowd the halls legislation and building' and much :alann ia entenald'i.u ihsfshould : ;

a moment, of the inhabitants ofTexas,of}Califor out.on board the Georgia,*(and called on the try,at the'time, of'the passage of that act- force honest and patriotic individuals to silence, I' damage the goods and_annoy lfMt'. iebon.. Ta :

; nia and New' Mexico, and I am quite sure the Captain General, Now' you should bearJn ;"-j-iiu'L!_ -_narrows. __. : __ : and! .obscurity if not despair. ret rid of them ia no sa'vV. BUUAK... :*?v. .,10...J,, ,,L
mind uow& -- --- '
that -
Gen. "
good people'ot Florida would regret to Cass Is the Cuban's ,beau ideal wonaeriuily .itiQdouniy 'iuese noisy partisans, .we would be b.dmstrciive to the gUv
see any of an American intended statesman tho .i
because by
portion of of Land feilehced.
the inadequate force employed In'the the old Bounty It is to them all the distraction to
1: protection of that distant and defenceless cryof'Cass' and Cuba wLlle Mr. ,Clayton :Act..: It may,,.however. .result benefickily the V country is, attributable: it was ,through best.falconers.<,vha YSVOCt, vrUlcome BdWtwvgb to London(for thirty of tH
an especial favorite of In their f
region, diverted from its purpose. V' their's because of his fa Florida,as most knot all of them that the south lost all when she : nationtl -
mous despatch to the late our lands are'euryeyed might.-ln coatucse The chase U
There It another Consul .here to commence .
difficulty. The -'Tell have so' a
peace, gained alL
appropiiaUoM the .Ci( '' and. subject to'locations. ,The power.which -- ;
eby.CongTe..forlLe > tMeoyV: to th : V array _during the support of-the Rumor spread her wings hope(;:to' 'satisfy alt men useful tools,would be destroy V_ _, ,
; the claims V ;
approaching fiscal year, are: extensively,: and very ot citiiensof. ed for the present, if tho party' charm be bro-
'V V lithe entirely inadequate to the purpose;and even boDght.shortlythe Cub Itorr.nn and, that:. Uncle ,Sain had :Florida, and some 'to;spare, for,our'neighbors ken for but one presidential term: The cur- 'AuitticAit TIMBER'00150 TO'Sf A ix_TbeN*s .
: "
'4':. Department at its disposal the mili ) tbe.Cubansl that. Gen. Cass ,Indeed wehQuid rent corruption would villa American of ,'
V ; uot turned from eqs.4u.g.nt the
,tary force to enable had come.out to'take possession, and that : be surprised. if this restrfctlon its ac Spanish Got
necessary to1 Mr. customed
make war .' : channels by8uchVa defeat and ernment,it stated; has been Huh y
Clayton was to act .Prime .gave many raoie |
against tne Indians in,Florida, it would be 'as Minister 'They anothez'lmputsc: to thecarreni would country
vented from .pre pretty,-soon' got, it straight hpwever.' > years elapse before' it could wear into lime selecting 'large quantity of.pitch pine, pJaakk.
doing the ofIznigrit9n'noweetting
Ly ws.nt'offuadg. Dr'ihe but, I : into our State and the public virtues seams so ( and V B
7th section think Mr.Clay suffered little ; unsightly timbers,spars,masts. &e fir the
of the act intieir : : in use ofiheporertment -
j---. a copy of which is tion for estima V Jedd'many: ; this! 4iroCUOl' \who'would as those wh1chnow'defori; it., To secure such . ;your letter,it appeals t t the LeeUlatuM dapoWisgt1smI'' [,, kayo wended their otherwis an-'objectia worth labor., i arsenals and ship jards at CaJlx. .Tb l.-a. tsdt, i

; IA t of FloridaBCwh6 are,presumed to be : I ',ftbeftsrWest.V course to thenctr lAnds'I I ,The southern rights men of this district have V acknowledgement of.the"superiority jcf,Am ricsa !

veil informed on this &ubjectestlmate) the expenses' "DWTAWCE' louttis" P&OFftTO: TBS Or net.- The' v:.J. it'in their power to obtain a'victory. A"vast timber Alarge'qoamit7ofpitch pine, has bees >.>'

Indians of effecting the forcible removal of the Even the-members; ''oftheCa11forniaLgila.: '" ,following I Is.t the clause r tcedJ ; _. majority our.citixens despair of&111'justice leeted for cannon mnnnUngs,the American pine bcisf' |;
would benOtlcsathAiOOOooO-two ture pocket no small gains from rha Knp land from the ,
I minion V their mileaie t tor, litary'aenicea: granted goYernmentVfdjthepaat: and entirely considered.unequalled for thtpurpo.V .
-dollar*) You 1"Ul readily'perceive as we see that the ,
V : one of them claims .the comforta y act of'' SSth', September,45.j dissatisfied.witk, plans for '
therefore entitled proposed future
that the Executive ble ium of* : >t' : '.Annct
would 1,500. '
bqt "
reluctantly V THE.
granting bountylandjoCertajn security most of them, Poijsuijia
: embark in .. officers can :be induced to DZIGATL-On Saturday a
YOI such a,undertaking heaT7expenditare' whichjwould: .li' : c ,7 -- V __: 'r- and soldiers who;Aave engaged the milItarY: unite in.supporting! 'forofl&ce.nen'. enforce number of young men,,dressed in red uniform,: }

had anclloned it nnta CocisVV -V A&riJrOT w CAtiroBJ A.--Acco"rd"inff service, ,of. Jho United.States? !for by Titue'-.of respect by.-their virtues, command influence by I and furnished with 'apparatus for 'cleaningi':
V V V and provided tho'JZ 4DI'of t o the Bwton Post W'MPe*&. o.fc Congress, their.talents,"and inspire i cloth eg and shoes .
'carrybgitintoexecntion: -.- ,;IMrs. p partington.busy |5 V heretoforepassed: V : :confidence. by. their were ttarioned in the vidnU: *
:*: Mrds thepl's : y California about Ihe divorce bill and denounce T18 r.1and, VVbountlea l : ,for oIlitnTaenlcts". ,discretion and the soundness of*.th'cfr political. ty 'of: the;Exhibition', building':and west-end/
:- < 1'\ ggt iland f d b1'y tt,olise'n'd t hos(who' favor it in the Legialaturo there shall,be satisfied outer I"pub1ionot; oInIon&V: : V thoroughfares., They are all lettered,and weafi
",Vr ow"'ocCUPled worse than the ; as heretofore,broughtanto t market badges inscribed "The "
V d b tholn4lusunderan ; Tvrtieswho' have V and now sub Shoeblack Society: -' .t
,, : 1 !"': escort eta rejmentof: ''fives aaihey tin ; AS manv' Ject lo enirv ,nt.nMr t t'*a 1 o'i., J '--l.i ,PASSSNGHW They have' .Veen'selected these offices frog
1 cratUbirhQuzc$;. lV ...'/ r.j ng _sy T K MAORQLU,April 23th...... to, V
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Bak ; Curcton
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( &fiCMll-Baun IZIIi i We'had-\h pleasure:of seeing three'of tJ eSe I IJong.ta1kedabo .THREE;bel.F ; ; '.ested L1 t ; .. > ... : .. .
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Great Excitement ct of the Conrt t .
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Attack JHoricJ- Jl6.1k- ; ', : .
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t; patch of Steamer P'aarro Alarm ft Matansas obtained by CoL Brjantof tlLpe,for individuals undersigned. 'f;at ti/ ; l8j1the" SI f I .A 8" .ai'e'. '. t. !

t -Huch ado about nothing-Probability ,of a in our vicinity.. '. ,They. > are beautifully April lS5LAlachua ; ; : 1 ,mnJ8i s-t Jii.iSlliiiiT; "-;. .

;1I, fanajide Invasion el,., .executed.i toowelltologivcn&wy.' '. A _1 *-tbormigb repairs ihs,present season ia noV
OIS, rife read,fiw i ecrmiun. nCCulDbaItY Ftli a and Traa-
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: From 081"Special Correapoodent.HAVAKA Th Warrants for a hundred and sixty acres ; ,Co. 'tar tire j= .irat-" .Irr"A ar t** .or'-'

L April 13tb,'1851.I have on them portraits,o1Gen.ScotL_ id:President JBYVtRT E t t expen- RooroAlry, Clean,aw! Neataeas Uaelf.faraUh-
t Our city was thrown Into an alarming state Fillmore Also the figures of the lAw. J '< ak a portIoII' eq nandMimly. N. MJ U'awW. z"a'',' -*-<'
young J111 ?P Tb.|] BMia wcBIuHnro aa Win*rrcevtlv Belle
.. I t>f excitement on the ,morning of the 9th, by I soldier returned home to meet his wife, and,the ,Court House door, ,, >rngi id Expremly wild*.view to tlMaerooimodalwaorXaT**- *
news received that Lopes.had liucledatMariel. on the first ,'aDcfkno'wD' Iida'and of ken, beie .)y..oT wood i4th. -
i;" It seems that the report of cannon wa heard :hardy American soldier carrying the large artillery following named,. a r I Rrtoina emiocctif Folu taf Doora& .wblch r aoJera; :
t j in that direction about midnight. The commanders on the field of battle'and, the oUDg'.tdiertultiTating 'as will'.r' .. .va.aa..iLL.Ti it free from ciatnpn *a. Fireplatrea. Blinds lo"mlm.((- .

t of troops in that vicinity, supposing the soil his services have won against JohnD I : by the Iand de atLroQgb"oprfilDf. a.Fiaua Prr enita'twaaandredfret. --
', I made 1arie1 hor- i and TflU J ProectMwCr BraMttc(4dwuida&e .
/ an attack was being upon for the year A.B. ,
him Those of SO and 40 have also fonmng.dratrabU
for : acres nueat eoofiaement at all'
I forces the Diariosays, Tort
; ned their onwards 'cetSUTupeZlftS
eaaAMa of aha ..
House la
J: I"with incredible speed towards the supposed beautiful portraits. ,They are all executed on being a portion of of John H SoatL.Ia., poetllOD", and retired tiusuetier '
t. I point of action ;" But alas for the r*lor of the :very fine paper and resemble a bank bill at 'uted, lying and .south by the 4yreflzns.-"Tb.l...... 4arno&.kla .
intrepid descendants of the CM,no foe:could Alachua and i the lands of ..I' .' .
the first .
", I discovered. Upon the receipt of the. news squint.We township 0 s, section 21, ia general.aorpaaaed. l'0' .ACcOflod12OSe&nO I (be-. ..
f I the Spanish war steamer Pixarrowas are very glad to think that many or our ( 639. 20'' 5- H 'If
in this city, acm'mon or .
: Tbe well eameii rrpatatira this Bon has jfeona
} [ immediately despatched to ,assist in the citizens will soon realize the bounty ,they 'are north b.r' the ., as follows:, .r1o'ear'acquired"it will be &J.e-l'loPritttaa.., -
( [defence of MarieL An English frigate' and justly entitled to .for their long service in deed, east & as'survi- MII-D.ulS.tin 1O..we.ao4 for UMfiberalpaUtM .
,t I brig of war also got under weigh for the scene by the lands ssociation-on 'I ...;al.m.,Ian t.. :.;'1.
, C [of strife. The Pixarro soon after leaving port the protracted Indian war,which called them.' township a B Lewis in right The laU wUl W aapplied with cbnkestGame.Qjalera.Tvnlc.FfalwBocka.Veitiaoii.Twlejtaod
I fell in with the Spanish frigate EsperanzaanJin to many a bloody encou t r. We hope all our :f acres more or,less : ,land*'of M E SbcKTFihj "
to the inquiries made by the captain friends in Florida.and elsewhere : 'II_Lewis in at tbta ticaeoor tima aDd ForecU_ad. Tw'
answer may soon ;receive north by the lands '
; 22 or more banter,r porting eaeUrfr)?Jar ihi HOMO.-;
lofthe Piwrro inreferencetothecannonading their long- jpected land warrants.ta. East by the lands ". Township Bon Carnage*. PuBtea Guns.FUbla Tackles'*
,. |in the night, he,was told that the firing! was on lands of Isaac 0-100 acre BoallCor&caf'lJOftJt"U.. -
t board the Esperanza,* while exercising at the : r north- Very'tr.n ,
Jj The Legislature of ,Pennsylvania adjourned Cyrus Perkins '
which of John rROP RIXC. "
J' [ during the middle watch; course 2
' [gnus at once the mystery, very much to* sine die at noon en the 15th instant the section on '- S
. explained Sheriff Jt tfw wW of tbe tEat the '
: the relief ot the over-excited Habmeroa.ull The bill repeal that portiin of tbe act of 1847 November sinks.' .41- N. H- > PropnctreM '
30 Serrant auatJiedto tb.Rroa kciril.IIUU
20 E .
; on the came morning our neigl bon in which forbids the prisons ofthe commonwealthto con L yeaa eLIic1 c. -
IMatanxas suddenly startled from a sound bounded u- .,
; St.AsgusoaiN.v.Zl85&d .
[sleep by the shouts of people in the streets be used for the retention fugitive slATes Alachua 'Co.: Frost' on

'; 'Los Pirates?' "Los FilibnsterosP and the has passed both branches ofthe Legislature. "RV VTOTTTR. >' : of John JACKSONVILLE HOTEJL.rirHREaBwiber ..
It ivfint ronnrt of cannon. Before sunrise -- -ow. v. section .24, '
t whole-city-had' turned out, and in many instances COLOGNE re FLORIDA.-The Ancient City of law, I will expose i 650 84 .fl :. ,
'. armed and prepared to make a desperate St. Augustine, Fa, notices the receipt of a Uoose door in the as follows: .E.L '.: ,
'!-. resistance should the invaders attempt to bottle of alcohol, distilled from the peel of the first Monday ,south and having become tbinzrcha
the of Florida. following named 3 in of ,i. and wlff Proprietor of this well known
; land. The firing was accounted for by the arrival soar orange The same paper right sex
'! of the French war steamer Mogahor, the I states that a fine.article of cologne has been will pay the State 10s,range HOTEL,respectfully informs the>public generally ' of which informed the officer of the visiting manufactured from the soar orange. against Thomas more or lea tlaf',:haf ,added U the former heuso,
on for the year .A. the lands of oVEd comfortable rooms with-orer
boat that he had been sealing his guns, twenty more ,
necessary on the east fire hrafrti feet front withpnxzas .in.front,
and was thus the innocent cause +t f rousing -, ,
O.OOO people up-in arms before breakfast. S atl1t jfoumal.PORT same being a deed, and rear,making it u eormo Able as any.Hotel.

I, By the latest news from New Orleans, we situated,lyintand Zcteronr, in eSootfi ,which,iww will enable him'.to aa.eommodate .
". are informed that the cmbarcatioa of the Cuban OF JACKSONVILLE, APRIL 20. Alachua, and '11, Lewis in over one hundred and fifty persons.
expedition will take place at New Orleans and 6 ,township s, Prairie His table will blunder the sopcrihiendesce,t"
acres more or less r.n. Also sec an rxjerlonced house-mpu the North, by
t' G&lreston between the 20th and 23th instant.
The U.
S. Mail Steamer
The probability of an invasion is discussed arrivesat north by the E, coiitai&ing who *aidh iatUx himself shall,not be.
: freely by all parties and there are many who and Jacksonville leaves every Sunday, from Savannah, owned, by M E bounded as rivalled by any Hotel in the'Sooth, being now .
t are foolUh enough to believe that an immediate every Tuesday.U.S. of the estate of N John U enabled by the constant steam commonicatlont
. descent is inevitable. Havana is in the Steamer Wm. Gaston arrives every the lands of John the cost by with Savannah nd Charleston,

excitement,from the Captain General down Wednesday, from Savannah, and leaves on the west by the the s&"th by vantage of the fine markebf.of those. cities. _Jo',

to the c.1r meD and although the Island is so every Friday. Mitchel,deed. .' tefltY addition, he has made arrangements in conneo- .
; Steamer Wclaka
on Thursday, from the Imc.of thin with t e Hotel, at all times to furnish fine!
veil fortified and with the
occupied troops
Savannah, and leaves on Saturday. the accomaodatica-ot
Spaniards look forward with fear and trembling Sheriff wife A Cr&'k hones and carriages for .
I. Steamer Magnolia arrives on Friday, from November, throu2h salL.1 .hIs.- .
to the coming of the Lopez expedition.The -
Savannah, and leaves on Sunday. I The \ the dimaterof
10 s;range 1 incTcasfagrepotatuo. ,
U. S. Com. Pratt .
sloop-of-irar Albany
I Steamer Sarah leaves for
Spalding Lake ,in the :estimatta .f the
arrived this port from Tampico oa the 11 th. Alachua Oo. or less and Florida possesses "
,r Monroe on Monday, and returns on Thursday. : east by the '.'edi:l faculty, for th core"*f consuxnti .,
BY VIRTUE of of hi* wife" Mvi otber pulmonary discaira baa fodocwl-ar\
TilE FRENCH PRINCES.I Talenfromtiie Records of ths Custom House. ,law,I will expose M E Levy's Tait inc>easf of ,travel to this State daring(h e
; I At the last dates from France, the attempt door,in the town of ; west by the tall 5 ud\Yintermontb.oC who seek'the S

.: I to unite the two royal houses that aspire to ENTERED. Monday in Jane, of his 'wife, a relief.afforded by a milder atmosphere; 'and tarvieir
. the Government of France occupied a good 19.-Btig Hylas, French, Frankford. lands otthe estate throng] of this fact the subscriber has "determine!
i [deal of space in the Paris journals. The 21.-Sch.M.Fleming, Corson, N.Y. taming 400 acres 10 s, that his .-terijous: 10 merit the patronage which,1
-, Orlt.3ns family had with one exception, a- Sch. Gazette, Condage, N. Y. otthe grant known acres mor e shall be beLt ied upon him,shall be .iUaoeL'.
reed to postpone all their claims to those of Brig Eliza, Emery, N. Y. much as will pay and east r--.d to 'm or'upente. -
, the Ceunt de ChamborJ, the legitimate heir Brig Patriot, Perry, N.Y. due thereon for right' of his 6"A1It1EL BUFFCraiON.' -;

D! the elder branch. Lieu the Queen of 22.-Sch. Gen. Scott, Auld, N. Y. necessary expenses known atM Jacksonville_ ,E..IT*.Sept.29,1850.,. ., .
U1S Philippe is said to hive given her Sch.F.J.Cumminga V eul ,Cb.Lrltston UlereOl'W1( as .tract on'the "

ouscnt, and all The princes to have given iu Sch. Teneriffe. Pound N. Y. and West by vacant ,a Creek Private .Boarding House-5::J:
heir adhesion. The exception is that of the CLEARED.23..Sch. IS S and E, situated through said< "
>uchess of Orleans, the wUoweJ mother of West or the Town ifl. **
[the Count de Paris, the heir of the Orleans Kaloolah, Glazier, Philadelphia. county of Alachua '.
t. JjOiStyv She la .aw41Ua vuuacnt tvmy U Sciota. K.,Willey McFastin Key Essex.west. '- CoHea. St. ,.qguinc. ". ":

admission that there are rights superior 23.-Brig R. & S. Lamson, )Moore N. Y. November 30, ._ i _rj- 'L'_ -.* 'tf.1ll..BOOrdmgno --
, to those of her son, or that France is likely '. Sale. ,A on the. '
to accept any one in preference to him. f"S Invalids and Traveller.1'generally. Here'
One moving cause for the absent of the Felix Livingston. Alachua Co. me rested by turns his thanks forthelibeIpstronagewhickhe -,
' Orleans princes to this waiver of their political ATTORNEY AT LAW of the Court has hitherto received,anvl popes that Tnvs-
, pretensions in favor of their cousin. is the By VIRTUE of ; on lids and others wht may visit riimate_ for ",
: belief that his health is precarious, and that JACKSONVILLE, FLA. law, I will expose for : D. 1851,the healthorpleasnre, will give 3iim a call, as nfr.-
there is uo probibftity that he will leave issue April 26. ., tf Rouse door,in the much thereof, efforts will ,be eparcd to.cont.'oate- to their'
to inherit his rights. By thus yielding the first Monday wossessed comfort. ': --
a precedence to him, it is supposed that areconciliation Atlantic and Gulf Ball Road following named thereon for Ubi Bonsehas during-the present Reason,on-.:
can be now effected between Company Notice. will pay the State : all neces' dergone thorough repairs has beexr furred-.

all the branches of the House of Bourbon, THE next annual eleccion% f.r Director of the against William DLJ1 the samebe* throughout and is,therefore,entirely free from.,
'nul that on the death of the Count de Cham- anal Gulf Rail Road Company will be year A. D.1850, formerly re- dampness. ,The rooms are large and airy,well .* .
. bord, the princes of the House of Louis Philip held at tbs City ofSt.Augizsune, at the Court Boom penses attendingsaid I of a tract furnished and comfortable.. The ectablishnent'isp1easatitl :
c will add to the claims of their dynasty in the Court house in said city at 12 o'clock on Monday tcdlyingand being i I tract,sit- ,situated on a broad street and nd,- .
upon the French nation. those of legitimate the 19th day of May A. 1851. and known. Ala, better accommodations affords can be.u

' right, which they will have inherited.The B. A. PUTNAM, Township' 8, Arredondo found in the city, A plentiful table' win be_ ;
fusion of the royalists and Orleans GEO.B. acres more or less, provided. and civil and attentive servant*. .
arty consolidates an interest in the French FAIRBANKS by the lands of His charges per week b sir dollars,including '
Chamber which will be a serious obstruction April U> 1m Commissioners. o Frederick Lear, CoUect r. fire and ligh, and every effort will be made&..
of Louis These Stafford West by, ; 6m dYe ittils aeti o any plans Napoleon. two $10 Reward Boarders :-'
rUes have acted towards each other in a .'.-. Sale. .
pint of frequent rivalry, and thus helped RAN AWAY, from the Subscriber on Shnff : ; r s A couple of,well,broke saddle ponies are si-

ometimes to strengthen Government, to the 20th March, his.negro boy JAkE, November 30,18 vested by tacbed to.the Establishment. will always)
t. ofthe Court .
rhich they were both opposed. The unity of who is about 21 years of age j black, beieadyforbire.Novcmbcr30,1850.-. _
.ction which would follow such a reconcilli- carries himself erect and stammers. ,on U __

ion, would be a formidable element in the lids abdut S feet 10) inches in height. 'A re- r 1851 ,the : For Sale. -
cmblv, to thwart and check any ambitious ward of Ten Dollars will be paid for his apprehension WILL 'Tax thereof Asses- .t. J

hemes of the President, whom a large partf delivered to me, or placed in. such. security at thereon, TT71TH aTieotJea ing.F1oridai.sett
the continues with that I recover him. lowest prices. The
Assembly to charge as- may W in
in the Construction all ne the house rhich' 1 now occufy the -
iring to Empire. H. B SADLER. the same e city of fit. Augustine It is situated at the
: .
As a sign that this fusion of the two in- OrtigaPlaatation Johns River,April 5'51; NACES will ,"(1000 north corner of St. Georgeetree: contains& -
ofthe .
crests is not unlikely, we note, that i'O/- plinting
the Alaclma Co. ,Tax Collector's Sale. JlT All orders ft Dg and be- mornsbesidesspsrlorfouroftherconishavofirephces.
ref leading Orleans in Paris.
/ tended to with and boon- The house is a comfortable one Iii:: c I.
,_ ourses in a tone of uncommon moderation BY VIRTUE of authority in' me vested by : longibg- winterTaodTTJTp***** <. ***""f"!"*!*. b.J-
and favor of the recent letter which the law, I will expose for sale in front of the courthouse Jacksonville!,. Feb. 'to is spacious,baa np* irbesi4asekentb.

ant de ChamborJ has addressed to his door,in the town of Ne1rDanSYIU,OD the by lands be- two rooms adjoining,a carrage notsewith'sta. 0
)- upporters in France. It is treatedas a,re- first Monday in June A D, Seo much ,west bits and fodder house attMhed to i$ tear .
- kable concession' to the opinion, and an of the lands of John H McIntosh;situated, lyIng & Thomas which is a comfortable hone for servants. J'
engagement not to make any attempt against and being'in the Arredondo Grant in the SIXmon.ths'after to T would also seU:all my' household and kHcheHfnrnitnr

; tranqaility without a manifestation, of, its county ofAlachna, known as John n McIn. belongi g aDd a aecnd handbaroach4 would
ishes. The count asserts the necessity of a tosh's Fifteen Hundred Acre Tract,'.r Adverse to be discharged to J likewise dispose ef a small farm near Uandafrin .
hereditary or traditional monarchy as better Grant," or so mucf thereof will pay the State last Will and [ ,to Carey's confines aboat eneundrei.,twenty
than any other form of government to in- and County Tax.due thereon for the year 1850, ; to-J H acres also a tract of very good land near Jlon '
. sore peace at home, general,prosperity, and together with all necessary expenses attending 15th 1851, belonging', tecello middle Florida;containing about'five'.
the development of public'liberties The Orleans the sale, and thereon bounded as follows via: by land be- hundred and fifty acres:1, '. >' ,
organ treats this as a pardonable illusion North by the lands.ofthe estate of D L Clinch and Al 5- jANN lIASOf.
. and concludes. that if France' can' be deed,and Carey's gnr.n East by the lands of the estate Feb.1.1851* -, 5mfWILL ,.
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:, made, after too numerous deceptions and calamities M E Levy,; and John H Lewis in right of his requested to '; '.. -
to believe this, none Would disputeher wife. South by the lands of M E Levy and the ARE A.aembl,. ; t tI 'I .
prudence and right to adopt h.-and praise the' lands of the mateo Peter Mitchel deed, West their,terms extended CollectOTt : ., "5----. .
liberal sentiment*of Die letter a*not unlikely to place lands' 6m '
I anch in harmony with the social I con Ola by represented on Burr and Washing the Act.,must.giro dJsW oi; at-ptirale sale, my farm -
government ton's as belonging to L F. (1ark's"Adverse Johns Biver
at the .
I hopes and interest of France. 'We' said this e*- map George St. mouta Jiqngton -
IpoaeatoTih. feeling of the Orleans prince **we, Grant. Sale Cieet, sixteen above.JaeksonT3E&&: .
\. av. always opposed,' and who will always op. C. L. WILSON Tallahassee J FeJ ibi law;. ThesitoaUonisknowA ,.o.blbe most beautiful' -
the teiuaut principle in its haughty preten- Sheriff and Ex-tiff. Tax Collator.November .ofthe i on the rffer;aitf.iszft3k&WeX9T Hi heajUj,:
I lions u prevail orer the facts,'iotere***and will of an 30, 18)0. 6m AN ACT amendatory iness,not' acas* rtifer'.h&TJD thewfvr

leolighitjiedand ChrUtiaa society should reel dissut- force relating(. ; 1851,the yearl The spacious aIco '
[died with ovrsalres.were we not to admit how eleI Alachua Co. Tax C/olIector'o! Sale. Auctioneer ch there forbh ;ana caleolated for the sccmmat1 tt- -

I I vated This,sansib'c sudden and homage coaocUiatorj to the liberalism are such words.of tli "Le.. BY VIRTUE of authority lame vested by Scenes l.. .Bit : &;Tax,'As- fa large famHy: ,the land is, of goo ..t ". .

I gitimix chief new in till Orleans press, and goes law, 1 will expose, for sale before the CourtHouse House of thereon and well adated tC U40 hereIss fl : -
I to confirm tLa belief that the two royal home are door in the Town of Nernansvilleon in Ger.etlAsmbly ; ; all nece*, iahiD,:1n. 'n' :_ -'
combining cbaek the ad ranee of Bonapanism, and the firstIo.zadA1iDJun, ji.-D 1831,eo much upon Auction sales : : : ; samebe-' fbrmerfy jprodojjed an1"income 'of* tho.: .
wait their chances for tae re-establishment of monarchy of the lands of Atkinson and, Clark known aa upon the gross t"situ*. dollars j and Will shortly do so,again,from she. -
in some modified' finu the Atkinson and Clark grai, containing six of cotton not of Al present thrifty and h ealthy appearance. fUte? _. :
'The chances for such a consummation thousand acres more or less lykig and being InTownships7 be a tax of one half .} S.W tree*1 :tKt PesToffieeof Msndsrin.lswtthiit-

their wishes are feeble, in ihe'present ,state- I i and 8 .E-, Ranges 17 and 18 S.' 'SEC,2. ,Be it ?H.,:con. (Ito miHS) and the Steamboats tasrand refaM, ..
of French opinion'; but the consolidation of or so much'thereof as will'pay the State and on Auction sales viz:north before the horfse, onthelrregularftlptoa &
all the,elements of party favorable to raon-' Coanty.Tax due thereon for the year.D.1850 an7 county or .land, from Savannah ,Those wishing & ecnfe"tt&reUef -
rrchy, will exercise, urge. Influence upon. together with all necessary:expenses attending State,greater than \ hJp 10& yalthe.rt7myfl is.I4driij: -'

the course, of events France the ale"&&,thereof and: bounded as follows; on the State tax. .AlsoN.W: l f',tte' icri- at JaeksonvmLFldo. : ''
SuGAn.t'rol.aca. North and West by,vacant lands East and Sec. 3. Be. it 'f :108, -C1lARL 'VtL.
DrroxATisa South by yacantlands of James Dell.and Auct1,neenho' :'north by ..ratll. ail "o omt. > I.!__ > -
brern anMwnccd at a UM meeting of tbe Royal ACM. situated between Newaansvflle and the Aatur" ted according to law.- by David #

em j of Tori that baLed. ,dtaeorered a iletaoatiog Bridge on the Santafee River., Section.29, yet expired,and all ,by David .0ist. Bcce. .I.S ,.' ;: : '
..P prepared* proresa aimUar that used innalbgg '19,Range 18 Section 24 1J Range 17,.West : after beappointed>) b- S 'r.. md .bladr.SiHIlaa&a._ : ."'.',
.n'nottAtw It explode like gun powder, if by section .4i,33, 32j 29,19, in Range 18.andsection the period stein. ,y I ;'\ '. 'do_' : ..a"CbJar. a4 -; .. ', _

nc1d alj\eatrd. anJaUofrom,'a Wow of"hannner., 12;Rtnge 17,East,the same appointment1> :: : I. o o 'Glazed Caps.8iftTJmbTeDa i'4- -.=:,
ihoogb but IreWCbOly /,"* "* being' the .tract. ,whereon'James Dell, deed.,, appointed bythe* C l l't. *. -> .
measure.about ',two miles from the TowxroiNewnansville the General JeI : ; I.Cu".-. ', '. :- < -; };?: S
UrirtAb.fcead rlitefof in.said county of..dlacariaC.L on11.Ltil.the-end : .TY .. .
war tlw Creek n* .F 'sa1, W. : '. :. '.' '-I rJaineti tivtb Covpel iaistrv.andisixwr .. WILSON, ral Assenftlync : '. II >
emplaned bj iht C pUt Board aa one of the '," Ez..CoUeetSf. I pointoeni." ', -' 5- ; ."1VMPDWfl'IS : : '':
Mttrc.preachers. : : .:: JfoveabcrSO, itjoo. *, >6nj : Approved by t1 /' .;' October 19,1890. ';' b.- ::;- .
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::THEHEWS < 'DiSsoluti, and 5 -; ? 5 : l4- -.t 4aL4J
., 'Copartnership. v .':; .. ':', *,J' : oP. ,\ S ; ZI : ewoOilcaP; SJ' over the!large Store!/:Messrs. fl-i

bed SATURDAY,'at J ck.ooTilUtla *? f I flf Ntco'OI.) J : : ,C.m$1he'Masi4 Lode.0*B
IS .
pubU very of Florida.BY ,. mHB. Copartnreship.heretofore existing- }?4LL :NJj .. : :": '.. :Express,' + 'ctice"Ia: thiertl' ..,.!'i&. .."
State -
&h"C QD r.Dnatud : ,CURETON .TITUS & +"C C Jc : ft : '
der the .firm of ; : i BY. JB:.VBBrT1 'S,.,T E A uf y" tbeEasternCrItoforjti. Sj "
l CHARLES BYtfNE, HARRIS II this'day' dissolved by mutual con THE"subscriber-has''now; on hand and offers # fo the collection'ofclaImi ,\.
ane.and"ilUselected'stoCk OFFICES : "
.. sent. i.CURETON prices, S IPiDiUltt
---S..TITUS, &:: HARRIS. : of Fall, and Winter Goods I for Unitary SmlceMnd Uon tL; "
'JUicer. : No. 19:\\>1I Street, 'tftwyTorfrj .
FMLIX I.ITINOSTCm, Jacksonville,Dec.20th, 1850.; (O jan4) comprising .erery; .art We Jtf'the.',Drr,Goods Chatles.Hotel uiJdj N. other property-. $lost or destroyed A by tri 5.*
St. r _
--- assortment of Fancy Articles: ,se ,.. : 7 ._ ,1-
Term*-THRXI DoLLARS per, tonaro,If'paid l'D The'business heretofore; .condcuted :by the Jlne-with lected from an: the most' 'Fashionable Houses.H .-. S Mobile Agent 'M, BO ,Also,claims for Pensions of disabled&UJJL

advance,or FOUR DoLtAR.,if tt the endoiths year aboTed named firm,will be henceforward'con Las'made arrangements; .to hAve goods ar- rlr: Ettry: attention pcnd. 'he" the lYJdosDDd.Orphans ofdeceasedSoHC

Advertisements will be inserted on'the follow ductedby,and under the firm of 'riTMre kl7j' Mefc:willenableblm:to keep his Drafts, Notes. t; ,' [: Also,.claims for Bounty_Land tooffieeHj: ,
E: r and the ,and
( .J CURETON, TITUS. stock cornpl* *.; ST. Orpbi f
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f foftermit 'and under Jacksonville, January, 1851, T. Thankful for the' patronige be.has.receiyed.' PENSION AND BOUNTY ". ? and soldiers* 't". :\
-' One dollar per aquire twelre line* : A he assures bis old friends that they.can find just Also, will give his attention con't1'.

for the first insertion, and 75 cents for ea h subseqaenttasertton. Alactua. :.Tax-'CoUector's'' Salei what they:want at,the Brick Store, at prices ,OBTAINED far:the, bffieera lad .0 examining Titles and,flccordiud: ; i
adrerUsers a liberal discount would to thos ? ,war,or tbtir, legal cWma to L nds. ,.' '"A'',
To yearly BY VIRTUE authority 1DlI, Tested: bylaw that cannot fail to suit : say _. S
will be mad*. will expose for sale,lu front of the CourtHouse 'who intend purchasing that he'Is aIays.readl ttves.Pensions for life,for.widows of such All business entrusted to'm will m' t1A i
dvenbem.- **mila'N PW r before insertion door, in the Town of::Newnansville on and'willing to'how goodsfeeling, well assurr soldiers who marrired previous to 1800. attention; and !all instrument of
I' ;:rAn,unless by a regular customer. By referring* the first Jtfonday'in' June, A., D.1851 the ed that they cannot 6 at. The stockconsistt *.will ch.b cxecutLby himwUk, .*.i eit 5-e.."
I ascertained named sections or so much thereof as ot, l-
following ,
be IIvart 1At .
I I to rar terms,the requisite the advertisement.sum may will pay the State and County Tax, Assessed 5 Colored and blaCk-silks ; .Plain and Figuredof mHCD'ltJN)! Jsc3ksonTiUeJa&,25,1801. ,'

and transmitted with against G I. Clark,.and due thereon for the .every quality; EnglUb; French 'and American For;the surviving, :or'the widows, [ :
I the number
marked with and Blue WM.. ;". rUNNo:7!
White .
1 Q3'Advertiaementa: year AD, 1850, together with all necessary expenses rrintJenny Lind" B.IIDreMe.; deceased officers! %nd,
forbid Delane children '
insertions qiedwill be.continued until attending said sale, the same' being '6' Entroidered, Crape Shawls;' Cashmere and COMMISSlrt M RC
:WorstedHoods PlainandFiguredCal.imer. served in the .
and charged for.. portion the "Arrcdondo Grant," (represen ShiwU; Worked Collars. Cloths; .Vetiinw, ;Green; and S who .rtliFeb. C.... trt1ai Wan :

Q3Five; dollars will be charged for all.announce ted on map of Burr Washington as such,)situated .B lie Berale for veils:White; and; Red FlaneU;Scotch War.of 2.812wfth.Great Brit 14/-ii: Cltarilii-i
ofcandidates for office. ,lying,and being in the said county of Al- Diaper;KentUckyJeansIKerSCTJ'a;Tweeds; White Mexican War;, or in:any :of' : q
me its $10 00 achna,' and known as Geo.. J F Clurk Fire and Colored Handkerchiefs atevery price La. 'J.
Silk 1 McROBEnT
for Six Months, i t dine, War since. 1790. BAKJR
One square Thousand Acres Adverse Grant, and bounded diea and Gents NeckTies'FrIngv; Gimp and But. : !; ; ;
Notice to Debtors and Creditor' t t 7 00 as follows, Tix: north by lands belonging tons fortriming;.VelvetRibbonj Kid Gloves; Bonnet Terms moderate .where the claim U COUNSELLOR AT ZJfr

Application for Letters ofAdministration 5 00 ){rL; Gary, Adm'x.; east by lands belonging to .trirolngs: Silk Gloves;Plain and Fancy Work Boxes; otherwise no charge.TbeSubscriberLs JACKSOSW-II.E. .E., FLA. '
will be inserted gratniurty. > V .French Extract; German Cologne;Knives; also appointed Agent in.
03".All religious notices John H MCIntosh, south'nndwest: by lands belonging ases; WILL
Scissors Razors,&0.,&c.,with many other articles in of Columbia for the practice in the Courts of tl E tn'
the N deed M E ;
to estate of Le
line, to mention. in Hamilton county of the uiddli .
the Fancy too numerous Cnmmercial Life In (&, \
.. 03"admissible personal communications will; 1'1 andJohn H Lewis. KT Clf and see. WM, P.;DB WEES. British. .in'Bcnton and llillsboro' counties of 6,'i
I charged. aderti.emenu.ta I C. L. WILSON, October 19, 1850. t f: S Company, circuit in theSopreme court at TiaV
",AllbiUs for Job Printing; ,most be paid on the Sheriff: and Ex-off. TaiColleaor.. 5- '- t- Established in 1820,arid empowered ,and in the United .States District OK
I ; Nor. 30 1950. 6m ; of Lives and the
AGENCY : ment.for the insurance and will
delivery o(the work. ,- of children,in London,NewTork orW ; prosecute claims agaiottfl, j
B3":; All communications must be addressed to Alachua Co. Tax CoJIector'sSale.DY VfTCn'SCELEBRATED nlted States before Congress and the
CAPITAL 83,000,000.
S. 5
Dr. S. at
Washington .
the Editor, poitagt paid. VIRTUE of authority in me Tested by addressed the ''
sale in .MEDICINES.Used Cornmumentions to Being located Jaeksonvclle/or 1/c,h,i .
law, I will expose for front at the CourtHouse
D, C..will
Washington, prompt
his entire and
door, in the Town .of NewnansTille on in the M. unremitting attention\ |]
him mth d.stuzgutcheJJ3CCeSS S
_ G RE E N'STYPE the first Monday in June, A. D. 1851: the by cure of Attorney at Lament Commissioner S of .and all business .entrusted; ti- '- '

t FOUNDEIIY following nlLme
will pay the State and County Tax, Assessed against Coughs, Consumption P..S.-Refer,ifnecesary,to the Head J. McRODERTKEI.:'
No. 128 FULTON STREKT, Suit BUILDING M. E. Levy, and due thereon for.the Asthma, ,Heart Diseases,' Dyspepsia inents,and Members Congress, August 1850. ,

I NEW vosc, i year A. D. 1850. together with all necessary Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female Washington City,Ncveiober, 1850.; S.1'I&JIJEI&T EAjj'
1\oJ 17 CASAL STREET Row, NEW ORLEANS. expenses attending said sale, the same being &c. &c.

portion of the Arredondp Grant," situated lying Complaints, Master's. YS, AT .LAW,'JACKSONVILLE, 1.;
TO NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND and being in the said county of Alaciniaand AtSO Sale of" NOTARY PUBLIC. *,.

PRINTERS. known as follows riz : Section 35, Township Dr. S. S. Fitch's Supporters, Shoulder Estate.BiY ;

confidence I invite the trade, before 0 8, Range 19 E, containing .633 32.100 Bracts, Inhaling Tubes, and Lectures ) ) EIL appointed'by tAt folloxi/ig SOto'.
I WITH purchase elsewhere, to giro me a acres more or less, and bounded as follows;- on Consumption and the VIRTUE of a decretal order to take Testimony,Affidavits & Acknyitl';
call at No. 123 Fulton-street, New York, or at on the North, East and South by lands of the and trict Court of the United edgaaeats to be used therein:

No. 17 Canal-st. Row, New Orleans,where lam heirs of Peter Mitchel, deed, and on the West art of preserving Life Northern District Florida. made on Maine, Virginia, Vermonti Slassachoseti

I read/.to furnish them with all kinds of by the lands of M E Levy. Also Section 7, Health, to Old .ftge, day.of June,'1849, the undersigned, Connecticut;Sew Toik, PetfnsylvaaUSouth ,

BOOK AND NEWSPAPER TYPE Township 11 S, Range 20 E, containing 344 /fc., !-c. in Chancery of said court, will offer VeLnr"I1"IJflrj'Juu)1" : Crolins,54
96-100 acres more or less, and bounded on the I have been appointed Agent for the sale of public auction before the Court llou Canlica, Georgia, Ala' ,
of the newest and most beautiful style. I am North by lands of the heirs of Peter Mitchel the above Goods,' and will keep themconstant- Town of Jacksonville in the county bama, Mississippi, Texas.
I also prepared to supply the much admired deed-, on the East by lands known: as ME Levy's ly on hand at my Drug store, in the Town of on Tuesday the 21st day January July, 27 1850. ty *
Scotch letter, having lately) procured from Scot twenty thousand acre trncton the South by the Tampa Tampa Bay Fla. following real estate George
lani: a series of these beautiful faces, together lands of J Johnson, deed, and Levy's LLkel. Dr. L.D. ROOEBS.Administrator's to wit: c Q U F JG K IfIelNTOSI
with every variety of form anJ pattern of I on the West by the lands of the heirs of DRAYTON ISLAND, ATTORNEY .
ORNAMENTAL AND JOBBING TYPE N Brush deed.Also Section 11, Township 11 Situated Lake :
Notice. on George
&c. I feel assured that the S,Range 19 E, containing C42 24.100 acres hundred xrILL attend tbe .Circuit Courts is t1e9];'
Bordering, elegance teen ((1 700)) acres,more or &
I less and bounded months after date I will'present my ac- V Eastern Circuit the United
4 more or as follows: on the ; Slate
and of all the Type manufactured by SIX ble for its situation the quality of its '
accuracy North by lands of Isaac Frost, on the East by counts nnlvouchers to the Hon.Judge of Court at St. Augn tine;' the Snpmi
in the
me cannot be Founder for its lemon, and citron
Union. 'By an entirely new any method in the lands of the heirs ofN Brush deed.,on the South Probate, ,for Hillsborongb county, for,a final orange, at Tallahassee' ; and prosecute Chinafet
nixing and casting I am enabled to retain the by Levy's Lake and the lands of M E Levy and settlement,and ask a discharge from the further FORRESTERS POINT in any part ofu1orilaagincttkeGr \
virtues of the of the metal and on the West by the lands of Frederick Mar- Administration of the Estate of John M. Stat- Situated en the St.John's Oliver, at Washington either before'Cbnjraii,,
component parts
thus to produce, in addition to an elegant,, the quand. Also Section 14,Township 11 S,Range ford and Sasan Stafford deed.,and also all per- teen miles below Palutka containing at the Departments. "

I most 19 E, containing 642 24-100 acres more or less, sons, if any having claims against the estate' of hundred ((000)) acre,more or less. JjADDKCSS: JartsoarWe,East Florida., ..

SOLID AND DURABLE TYPE bounded follows: on the North by the lands Susan or John M. Stafford,are requested to. present EVEN VISTA, May 11. 1850, tf .
.' -
of M E .
Levy, on the East bythelandsofM.E them. -
heretofore offered to the public. To this last I .5 ? JOSHUA STAFFORD Adas'r.TampaJan.Dth SltnateJ'tieaf Ton-eater's Point
and K11'tDRLCKL
Levy Levy's Lake on the South D.
feature I would call attention for* by Levy's one thousand ((1000)) acres,more or\ II.
in particular ] Lake, and on the West by lands of the heirs of 7851.: J25 6m ;
solidity and durabilty of Type is on the pnnclpIe N Brush deed.,and Levy's Lake. Also Section .. orange grove upon it, and ATTORNEY

of economy, of the greatest importance to I Township 9 SRange 20E, containing 638 20- Executor's Notice. SAN JOSE ANDC.asu.scIlor '(;.

typographers.Fill also find The members supply allktnds of the craft of 100 acres more or less and bounded as follows : IY-nu\n. ft.e": u., __ _anutv_fA.ti A ** Situated sis miles in Daval rrum county jacKsonvine on the' .._ ,* 1 '.. w.

mere'jlo FUKlfnfl&Bt '-on the"Boutb by the lands of the heirs of Thomas: Judge or l-rob3te-Ol' VuYa county, 'Ion. three vnni hundred((300))acres wore orless, If.T. -;; ;
da the practice the
for a discharge from Executorship of several Court/cftkj
Offices Murphy deed, and on the West by the lands of i about 'Sc'r
for the establishment of complete Printing the late Will and Testament: Stephen J. Eu: one .hundred and seventy-fire Eastern Circuit, and in Countieitf]
such Presses, Wood Type, Cases,Stands, the heirs of Peter Mitehel deed. Also Section 8, bank deceased.. open for cultivation. On the place is :! uglLnd Benton of the Southern Cit
j I Brass,Press and Wood Rules, Imposing StoneaCoinposlngsticksBraasandWOOd Township 9 8, R&nge 19 E,containing 638 56 J WILLIAM EUBANK n' Ex'r. ling house, with necessary of Florida.Tampa ,:i
100 more or less ana bounded follows: on the S &c.
Galle1s Big-
North by the lands William Thorn Jacksonville, Jan. 11, 1851._ Bay; October 2Sth;;
lets, Closet Backs, &&, && as cunri The above places offer great
I. Oil Type taken in exchange for new at 9 Ting trustee of the New York Association on NoticesH purchasers being healthy,and .'\ PHILIP FKASEB, .,t. ,
cents per lb. The Trade delt with on the most the East by the lands of the heirs of A7 Wells ted immediately on the River St. }' &
I liberal terms, and patronage solicited on the o n th e South by the lands of Cyrus Perkins antion VINO determined to discontinue my present fertile lands, bearing many of the COUNSELLORA2'UW' \'
ground ofurnizhlngtothepurchaseran anleleWith the West by the lands of the heirs of N S business at this place, all persons fruits, some o/thetn aircadyina JjlCWOXVILLEj: Fn, / _

which be will be pleased and which will Brush deed. indebted to me in any manner. are requestedto T E 11 M S. / attend to any professional lliiit
I : bring him the worth of his money. C. L. WILSON, pay up,by the 15th February next, other- entrusted to'Ilim in the Court otts
Editors and Printers wishing to establish a Sheriff and Ez. jJ. Tax Collector. wise their accounts and notes will be placed in One tbird cash-balance in one, Circuit, and the.Supreme (Jourti:it,
I1 Newspaper or Job Printing Office, furnished November 31, 1850. 3m the hands'of an Attorney for'suit: three years,with interest,to secured : tc.. He has: also such an adYUbo|

with an estimate in detail of the cost by Alacliua Co. Tax A COY;Esq.,.is my authorized Agent to collect of the purchaser,and mortgage on the connection with an able LnfJ"erf:>>].
stating site of paper and kind of work to be executed. Collector's Sale.BY all debts.and transact any other business GEORGE R. will ensure a prompt and speerj
VIRTUE authority in me Tested by : for'me. JAMES B. COLE. Master ill /, collection of such claims'as may be placd
Publishers of Newspapers who will insert law,I will expose for sale before the court house Garey'Ferry Fla: Jan.6, 1831 jan December 21,1850.. tf his hands against the United States.

this advertisement three months and send me : deer.Intbe town of Newnansrille. the first .SI h,1 ts49. ly'

the papers containing it,addresred to"Nesbitt' Monday inJnneA DI8Gl80much'Ethe1andsof; Executor's Notice. AGENCY OF DR.
Register New York, will be paid in materials Brockenbrongb, et: al., lot No. 6, situated, ly BOUNTY LAND :
of my manufacture,provided they purchase six ing and being m the N E portion of M E Levy's SIX months after date the undersigned will CELEBRATED
H 1 l times the ameunt of their bills for adrertiseing.H. Twenty Thousand Acre Tract, In the county of to the Honorable Judge of Probateor ANDGENERAL :;: "
I IL GREEN, Alachua,containtaining 1666% acres more or letters dismission AS Executor of the Es. -rO--0o- AGEXCY "
I No. 128 Fulton-st New York, and less, or so much, thereof aa the State ate of John H. Whiddon,late of the county. of Pulmonary Balsam, Dcpuratire ;- .J t

S No. 17 Canal-st.Row, AW Orleans and county tax,and thereon for the year 1850, Hillsborough:, .5 ,deceased. S Pectoral. Expectorant, ,Heart WASHiNGTON= S }) C, .\{
I together with all necessary expenses attending A.,It HENDERSON Ezentor. Pulmonary Liniment, llomor (
4 Valuable Land for Sale. the sale thereof, the above ia,a portion of the Tampa, Fla., Deo., ,J 859.' ,Cm' ,Pure and Medicinnlxl ,Liver WALKER, 'Wilgifl; !
"Arredondo Grant." Ant .D1SPePUc Mixture,Cough and ; pt and efficient attention to the Bocnrl':
AS.AGENT for the owners, undersigned L. WILSON.:: .NOTICE. tic Pills, Nervine, .V en 1iCogei F CLAIXS ofoffioprs and soldiers engaged I fa*
y) mil the following Tamable Shciiffavd Ex-off Taz Collector., cific-Female Pills, &c. &&, late Florida War or.either of the 'A&i
lnets (1and, towlt: S 1:1 E hate appointed T.: O.llOLXESOur-. in which the United States hare been a
November 30, .1850. GmAlach Used by Hm court ant Jy and mtk '
The'Low Tract situated at the head of Indian VT en.l'AgentandAttoue1tto.ettle any ted success in the treatment of or the Warmth 'Gz.ijiof IStt:
b river, containing five hundred acres acre. or a Co.Tax Collector's] Sale. and all business in the name of Palmer&Ferris Colds,,Coughs, Consumption. sthma, to description business requiri 'tt .
lest To collect and receive all debts due the firm'of
BY VIRTUE ,authority inn Tested by ""Diseases Dyspepsia, crofula, or Attorney Washington.* For firocrj: '
.t / The Pablo.Tract.: iIta ton Pablo Creek,' law, 1'will expose for sale ,before the Court Palmer &.Ferris: by Bond-Mortgage-Note' Diseases. Rheumatism. land' warrants his charge will be 83?" .
neat the mouthoMeSt.Johns' slier,lappos- House door ,IB the ,Town of NewnansTille. otherwise, also for Darl Ferris deceased. S S ,Complain ,Piles : cases it will proportioned to the- "\ ,
I ed to cont&in OTer two hundred acres, Including ,the first Monday in June, A. D. much All persons having demands. against, Palmer, ,&c. &c.. ".., and difficulty the ease.. \'
I some fine hammock land. of the lands Atkinson and Clark, .}known as &Ferris or Darius Ferris deceased:' 'will present Dr.. Fitch's.unequalled ,will also act in connection with Areafi or 1
1 Also a small :tract of woodland in the ricinl the Atkinson and Clark grant) containing six the same to.T*0, Holmes for.A1ment-an Patent Silver Plated. Abdominal ., Florida who-may be employed &j

I tYofIhct.ownofJcksoDTme,00ntamnlngthlrI thousand acres more or less lying and befog ia all persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris or"Da ,Supporters. ,Dr land and other claims onterms. vale
IT acres. Townships and 8 R rims Ferris,are requested to call on T.O.Holmes be !
it Ranges 17 and 18 S. Fitch's ,Improved Plated Steel agreed upon.' Letters (which saoali
,, I Also a tract containing one hundred acres 'or so much thereof will pay the State and for settlement' ,and.make payment! Spring Shoulder Brae post-paid) will receive, immediate slIce' ;; ,

good planting Und, on Pablo creek, near the County Tax due thereon for they ear A.D.1850 S : FERRISAdm'xotD.FxILJuadec.SARAH P. FERRIS Fitch's ,SUrer Inhaling 'Tu Aug., 'J7 }}
moctli of the 84.Johns' with all .
riTe together necessary expenses ,
attending .., --
: AlMonehaJfoftheDwellingHouseand lot the sale &;,thereof;and bounded as follow, PALMER. 'Filch's celebrated ': CHARLES"DAUCTIOJVEKR'\VA AL. '
oflandinJacksonrille, near the Court House North and, West by vacant. lands, East and Jacksonville 850.:>> tf Dr. Six' ,. ..
J I Squa rebeIDg he same which is South by Tacant lands James Dell deed..and ON THE PREVENTION AND 5 '
Joseph Finegan;Esq. by. situated between Newnansville and the Aatural Bears Bears !! Bears! ConsKmptio*; Asthma,'Dlreases, of the ,. ;
:i MSJ" 4 and forty acres on' the Bridge on the Santafee Hiver. Section 29 I .WILL purchase all the BEARS'. OIL ahd and on the method of preserving -SALES in any part of the Cointystt'end.i. .

;'End Eleminz.Isla vl,v*the'St. Johns 19Range 18. Sectlon24,13, Range, West, GREASE that, Citizens Florida will -S .and ,Beavty "to an old age.: ,respect nlly.solicited, p {
4 nmiTZjeiwwfftne; lands ofMess .Lewis and by section 4, 33, 32., 29, 19, in Range 18 aDd ship eln.8aT D&h. ,will pay for the Oil S This Book should be .in.-every & C.b!>D 1U!, May,0,1848. 5 5 .;<
: I Oeorge..FIemingrabout section he Dollar a Gallon, the Grease Fifty Cent the it out the .
one hwadred acres of 13 and 12: ,Range 17,East,the a Consumptive points only '"
'I i which are hammock, and about thirty being the tract whereon James.DelL deed same I Pound, the articles must be Pre or I will most aUe hope for relief.. ,To mothers, the Notice.; .: c ft">" .
acres ;
cleLm 'measure about two miles trom"the Town } positively reject them.. lam a good"Judge of it gives for the care and-education of months after'.date I shall present nyi l

j Also tin 1U1diTid one third of tk kit Mrs. Newnansrille. in said county Alachua '0 them. They IQQ S $bQ 5 In 'riwrfl7rtflc.. are invaluable. 78,000 copies of this counts and. Touchers, .Administrator rf,
L SophIa P1cm1zp Dower, on ThUiDglsl&fldpn S o. 1. WILSON, W. HUMPHEYS,' passed through, the press,and the sale Estate. >f George/. Payne, ttt the.H"l
the r 6t; i a beautiful.location.J S Sherjffand Ex-off. Tax Collector ... WHOLESALE DavcG 'T' unabated.: Probatw ot.llU boro1llh CcnintTj""

1 ,Ats anund1yidejonetMed of about ten thou- November, 1850.:; 6m ,NOT. 10,1850. ly, .SarannaJt. ,'Geo.Administrator's For Sale by &. & FITCH 4C.. .;707 at the fr same,time apply to sold roUrl1tl' *:
aandacresvsituated InNassau -.- S New- 'ge -'m. the Administration5 of:th .
I county cu Nassau Kay, Yortjand
I"BIrcr, extending to .Thozzwr Swamp, suitable Alachua Co; Tax Collector's,Sale ;.Notice.ALLpersons .' : S. A. & Estate.notice. ',t All persons interested- are'dtsirafi S -s.::

*' fte:. small kirtI othamuiock'p-&Dt BY.VIRTUE of authority in", Indebied i the JacLsonriZle&pt. 28,' 1850.: S .
.- Fnncia P.PaUo- me Tested by > estate of George ... JOHN DARLING. -
4- The ahoTe trt&cts.or& land la..1 will expose for sale, in front'of the court ;'deed, Arc make ,;
will.b. IOld a& hrbuse door In the town of immediate .n-Dr.' FiCch's S 4dssjnjsaggr. '<
reareMbttpricea Ne wnansville on the'.first payment to the.undersinetianti ail Guide 1 6 Fla .
on good terms.. ; mpa. SCpl2Sth-18iO;
)Monday in June lid Directions to -ocU. :
A or Dr.
1t Address J. McROBEBT D. 1851. much persons having demands against said estate are persons using ,
AttOrneyatLaw BAKER. ofthe, lands of John H McIntosbsjlutcj, lying requested present them:properly "attested remedies- to:_be bad, trails,..of all his: Circuit -
.:Nov'o: ,JacbonriUe'l1a. and being in:,the Arredondo Grant the within. the. _time, to ," S _:S "- .' ]

tf county tosh's,Fifteen Alachaa Hundred, known Acre as Tract John:. "Adverse Jf Mcln-I .T.O'HdLME Administrator$ :Alachua; Oo. tax: Ppllectpifs: ri.a n.1 Columbia County; ,
,Nwnansjfleow'ts; ,for Sale.; Grant? or so much thereof.will pay the State JackE0nTilIcAprfl5181.- 2ni BY virtue,authority III ne Tested ; r Coor ...'" .

; and County Tax,due thereon for the year 1850 S ,I,will expose for safe,in front of ITS. "f.I'' Cbanry. iJ.
I Tnt'ncl nrgne< will offer for sale, before Housedoor 'C 13i11 ofDivor .."
House together with all necessary expenses attending Notice.! the Town ot : c. oE. ? ,.
: door in the Town of the sale and thereon '. the first : In..
..wnaniTille. boandedas follows Tixf ; Mondsy" June,. A. ;D. 18 ,
on the first MONTHS after date tthesat1sctjootthe "
Monday (being the Northby the lands of the estate via1j present following named sections much '
I \w 3th day) in of D.L Clinch II,. one I that the Derendan
next le'erallots :accoUJ1tl and vouchers John
the ftanoa i
as admlnlatratrlx CDOk
:d cd. and will :
ofthelatepLezd. property, ; .Garey's grant:East by !;"lands of AflddmInhatratorot'theetae pay theetat.andCounty Tax, Aa of the State or.10rida. j
I .- Mot ofth, : MB Levy, and John H;Lewis,in right'of tig bf John StaJJd- gainst Joseph Lawton/and :duc thereon is that his ple i
abore 17lateofAiAcbu unknown
lots are situated:in the :wile South *county and State Of Florida 1850 the Coonlaiaaat
mod business : by the lands of M E Lcvy.and the decdUo the ; yesrAD. together:with all ntd thatthe
pleasant pan'ot the : Judge of { f aidDefendaaidosppe!
town lands ofsaid
and : of the estateof Peter Mitchel deed penses attendingsaid sale thesime :
would be West ,
S rery desirable ; .coua&-T for* final'setMe5\enttafid pleadJ 'answer demur *
; wk '
; for the purpose, .by lands.represented on Burr at the laID, 3000 acjs11uAted,1yingand: this Bill
either and being .
business Washing ;
t cr tWrt shall months
t residence. ,ton's apply to laid court for letters of sidd'oounty of oc same,will b ;take *}
as ana
map belonging to f\lachuAj
.: George L F.Clark's lying on the '
-'TermuuadebOWDCDda10tS&Je discharge from the.i administration! :proridcd publication be made of 0 t
.,: :"AdycrasOrant" of said Es;"- .side of.the aArredondo Grant" and kn j
\ GEO. \Y. S tate.VAn interested : as the law direCts: '*"* < l lJHOSDOUPLAS
.; : SANCUEZ:4im'i C. L. WILSON ; Perso' Jarc d sired 10'r a portionDfFormarincx. Grant.7.7. ,_ .
1851.lJlepubU 5- ; takenotice. S .
: ..u i' .fSbriffandE&off.Tbz; STANDLYAdmi': : :. C.L. ; '
p 'C- an please :; SEDRON J. '. ; &rleCOP1T i1ritdgc. ti.L
copy! i STANDLY-AcIJQ'r. > ; r SI "
:,.', November,301850. ; jS UriffendEz .
Jr +JT CQll
? '. ; :,.6ra ; NeWUDsJlll'Il.Fla.Apnl:1. ;18S: j ;' : S ;; ".J:.. ,, ,. & SCACDonouuH, Cd.- t;
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