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The news
Uniform Title:
News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Saint Augustine E.F. [i.e. Fla.]
D.W. Whitehurst
Creation Date:
June 11, 1847
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14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.


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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note:
Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note:
Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note:
Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note:
"Our country."
General Note:
Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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4rn'ric. : to the claims of certain citizens tbe'United; Criae. The. follow: 4
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.d irl'F charred. dMlara will be charged for all announce. A PROCLAMATION. .States against her': And with this' intention, the: mg is'an extract from Dougla*JerroldV;: .w ,or con; 'citetjrr 'I" aeconuof: ,thi

.t its candidate for office. .Unittd.Slates President of the; United. States has appointed p,*per.otthe 17th ult. Ma Dickens gtr .?'H' 5 avis/generai.y .eI1 mat -
Whereas Convention between the :
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OieMuare. for Si* Months. : PkkriiuCliarge D'Afiaires of*aid Slates : eight bushels. The eaci
10 00 of America and h'.ltuy.1 Highorsa the.DukeoFNansau PJJJlPy! -Q'hraeli measure
Notice to Debtors and Creditora i S .near Peru, and hi..E.c.II"M1Ih., '. of the writemay !
Application for Letters Admtmatrttien 5 00 was concluded and sighed'at Berjih) .Republic of Peru has appointed.Don Manuel del rtjld Satirize,1;.and;: the:rhjfmer ,iing, till! h -is eight bushels and, fbrtyeigh't
notices-will be inserted *ratui. their respective PleniHitentiaries.. t./jho.twentyseventh Jundredths a'bushel ot about
:IT: All religious by | Rio, principal officer of the Department gent-n tion- ii startled nd awake. *igh'tmshels
ns.11. will day of.May, one thousand eight I .. actinc minister of the same department and :e cJJnl'oith i ; : b and.a half. The quarter, -isa
.cr All admirable personal hundred and forty six, which 'Convention being of'Stale organization tome systemof t erm used
supernumeraiy councillor and bath oriyinally! '
b.rh.rpd ti afYflrtiUOIII"Pc. in the English and German languages i, word mia.lone..rt.r com common.eduj\IItiOD-.lOm',,aach: express the
be paid on tataddressed i' having exchanged ibeiK : sys I ourth
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JOT All bill. for Job Printing for word follows: powers, *ern part of a load 5.grain or com
as hive agreed and $ Wordsworth dreamed of itt:
the > hisinatitutiona
4lelivPrJ nf the wnrk. CONVENTION upon signed following article .! l il-avme.been '
formerly and jVnow frequently
m..t be II' : !CuTsiOnnd wMch is'odna Jsizio {
GILLITT r All* HAZARD. 9* *3* *aU.B" For the' mutual abolition of the droit tCnulaine ARTicixI. \:nd r1djh" 1 p' ; '! estimated by thQ1oad.-Trtt.

__ ----- and lazes f* emigration between the United The Peruvian Government,in order to nake full I I.. : Ur, WD : I SAcebrdngto WI. *\
AtITROBITY. Slatet uf America, and' kit Rbyal Higkttttt ,satisfaction lor'Wioiis claims of citizens' of the the return of the Regis- tt"Gtf11Iaa

-.-- tA.. Duk f tfaita*. United -States; on account of seizures'captorea,' !'jet General,. one. tot th&adti1spopi: Em.ig7ation.'tlY "
.r ,II. lYsiled Slate P.aa 4 a' theme I The United Stasis of America and his Royal detentions r p.
"gw$ >esiraiions, and-confiiicati i Ion l1g1add '
eqi of W.Ies. 1
..c.ed essI.a. .t .'..'.NI... Highn"sthe! Duke of N.sBtt,b*vingtrsoved;} for their.vessels.or for the damage and deslrucricoTefthem : I'l' ** **' w--w.* "v e> f unaetoyzstehfriigjn15 I .Gqrinn emigrant* bate, n
.. I ,.. ; and.Mr. Pot.
c the ndvantageitf relpectrTecitizena and aatjecta of their other > withinthelatforthnrghtpaMed through
cargoes. or property at sea, ter a,
I to conclude a convention for th-. mutual abolition : and in.the ports and territories of Peru, by,order I ate'tbat, during! the yeari 1839, Cologne, op their way to Breme, Haver t.;;

By the President of the United St -tes of l of the droit d'uubaine "and taxes on emigra of said Government of Peru, or :under its ao1 hunt 1840,.and 1841 but of 735,788'personsmarried and Antwerp, where they t .Ul.tak .
.14merica. ( have named for this puipose their respective ,. has -.lipolated f;'pat to the Unhed States the i 303,836 affixed 'their mirks to their departure (or America Thy.eater
Ttie Preshlcnt of the '
PlenipotenttArienamely: sum nf three hundred .
A PROCLAMATION. ,United States Americn has conferred full powers ,shall be di"tributed, limn,., the "llimB"dollars'',. which io the the marriage register by .way of signature. g: part of them scent to be,rather ;'

'her..',. C"nvrmi ln-iwern the United States on Henry Wheaton, their Envoy Extraordinary manner,and,, nccording to the rules that shall be In Mr. Tremeniier's report to well off. The town of Minden was

America and HU .Vl.jr.l> th, King of Sxu- Mud Minister PleniMHentinry, | HI the Roj at Court prescribed by the Government of the United the committee of council on education, lately so full' emigrant that it rete'm.-

n* wa coitclnilnl ndsicnptl at Bfrlin by their of PrtiMia ; and isis i Royal Highness the Duke ofNissan States. he observes that in M lIn utli.hireand bled the

re'ffOeliYP PIeni1.ot.nnsri's, <>n thr .urt..nth npun his Minuter Re-idenl at the Royal ARTICLE II. r Wales 48 males in 100 camp cia wandering tribe ?
day of Mny. one ihoimmicl eight IlIlfIdrpcl.u.,1 Court of Prusnia. Colonel ana Chambrr'ain.: Otto The sum of three hundred thousand dollar. 69 females the streets were literally crammed with

.lrl1'; fif" whirh Conventi being\ in lie Eng Willteim' Cat I vot. K>*der. Cumtliur of the first which the Government of Peru ha agreed'to in :100, were unable to write their name; b aggage. and people waiting for ,the

li.b'.ml Geim.o !aiguagr.. i*word fur word.. rlas iii.the Ducal Orl'.r.f' Henry the Lion etc., in i itc. the preceding article shall be paid at Lirna pay, in while in Cheshire and D ocan.bire 40 s teamera. It is calculated that 120,000

follows: e : "ho, after having exchanged their'said full ten equal annual instalments, of thirty thousand per cent, of males! and 65 cent of Germans will
The United States of America on the one power, found in due and ;proper form, have'a* dollars each, to the fM'r.on'or parsons that be females similar emigrate year. The-

part, and His Maje.ty the King iif Saxnny nn llw greed to and signed the following articles : appointed by tha United to receive it.may The bis were disqualified.' In desire to emigrate has extended to dis.

'II other part being t-qnalty ilesiruns .f remcnrini the ARTICLE I. first, instalment shall be paid on the first day of .inquiries into the state of crime in tricts in Germany where it was nerer

ffuriclion whirh exist in their territories upon Every kind of droit d'aubaine, droit de retraite January in the year one thousand eight hundred the northern division of Lancashire, before felt, and, among others to thy !

lilt .rq'li*hiun and tranofer of properly by tbfir and droit de detraction or tax on emigration, ts and forty four and an instalment on the first day Rev.Mr. Clay, .referring the prisoners rich and fertile Saxon ,

fttffcii citizens and subjerts have tgreed toen hereby and shall remain abolished between the of each succeeding January until the whole sum of admitted,into the house of province. of
neeotiilinns fur thin two their States citizens and correction Prussia.
ter ioto purpose. contracting parties three hundred thousand dollars shall be paid. ISymp
Fur the attainment of this d..sirabl"bj' r, the subjects respectively. ARTICLE III. at Preston during the year 1844,

f regideni.uf' the United States of America has ARTICLE II. The Peruvian Government agrees also to pay ascertained that of 1,022 persons com t v.-Russell was singing the-

onferte Envoy Kxtrauniinnry nnd >Iini.ler I'ienipnienl! property within the territories of one party such thousand Hollars at the of four
I rate per centum the months of the 39 and baring uttered the words-
n st the Court uf his Majesty the King of I'rnssin. real property would by the law. uftb. land de I per annum to be computed from the first day year, per ,
and his M.j.My \\ta. Kill: (Saxnny upon John DeMinckwiic. a ct'fld! on at citizen or subject of the other, were he of January one thousand eight hundred and forty knew not the name of the reigning tore- The Htwh becomes noi' yet!

bi. Mi i it'i of:,"t.. Lieulennnt Gen not disqualified by alienage such citizen or subject two, and the interest accruing on each instalment reign 42 per cent knewnot, the import clock strike* one!
Extxmiiilinary and Miiisler Plenipn .1..111 allowed term of to sell the of he struck the key to intimate the sal. i
'rsl, Knviiy two years hall hepeid with the inntalment.. That is to say the words virtue, ,ice righteousness, -
tf oti.7 at tin saul Court; who. after having .,- *armhich trim may be reasonably prolonged i interest shall be paid on each annual instalment while 13 percent unable ]len knell of the departed hour,.when H '

chunged their sxid lull poMer found in due and according to ciicum tance -nnd to withdraw the from the first day January, one thousand eight hundred. were count I respectably dressed lady ejaculated,to- .
one Incredible
proper lorm, have agreeil the follcming article: proceeds thereof HU out molestation, and exempt hundred and forty two., as it may the amusement of Would! ;
ARTICLC I. (rum all duties of detraction.ARTICLE ARTICLE IV. appear, among the opinions to her ,

Every kind of druit d'aubnine, droit de rctr
and druite de (detrnction tax on emigration, inhtieby The citizens or subjects ol. each of the contract- the three hundred thousand dollars shall be paidin Prince Albert white Mrs Caudle's lectures waxe concentrated t:

and shall t'emaiii nl>ni! .het| between the two l ing parties shall have power to dispose of thewpersonal hard dollars of the same.standard and value as thirteensup- in thai little sentence:

conlrncting pmtie their Slates. citizens, and sub property within the Stales of the other, those now coined at Urn mint in Lima, sad the annual posed it to be Elizabeth. Tbeir religious \t-

jec$.. re prcti'elf. by te.stament. donation or otherwUe, *nd their payments as well as the accruing interest, ignorance was still more deplorable Capt. Vinton.-Besolutioas hare been ;

i ARTICLE II. heit, 'legatees, and doners, being citizens or subject may be exported (rum Peru free from all duty for 39 per cent, had _never heard I by of KhodeU-
Where, on the dewth .f any person holding realproMTt ) or the other) contracting party shall succeed whatever. the passed Legislature ;
name of the Saviour.: We land
| ) within the territories of one pat ty. such to their said (lwrsi.nalproiierty. and may take pu ARTICLE V. mighi appropriately the pub. t

reil% property would by the law nf the land de. session thereof, either by themselves or by other. There shall not be demanded of the Government multiply similar fa.cts but those adducedare I lie regret at the death of the late Capt.

scrndnn a rititen subject ufthe ntlier, were he acting fur them, and dispose of the same at their of Peru any other payment or indemnification, sufficient to show the necessity o r Vinton and appointing a committe to. :

not diiqnalified by atieiiHge' or wheie mirh r,-al) pleasure. paying) .'whdugjs only as the inhabitants on account of any claim of the citizens of the U. some plan being adopted to educate thereat superintend the removal of his
prnfiertj his been devised by last will and testa of the- country where the said property lies Slates that was presenteii to it by Samuel Lamed. body of body J
neat o such cittz-n or subject, he kball be alloweda shall be liable to rfl, in like rases. E'q.. when Charge Affairs of the United State. thepeople. and its interment with appropriate cer I

term of two years from the death of snrh persoa ARTICLE IV. near Peru. But the. claims,subsequent to those 4 eraomea'in. the soil'of hii native State.
-which t-rra mty be reasonably prolonged according Incase of the abconce nf the heirs, the same i, presented by Mr. Lamed to Government of Peru HUticQin acnfice.-Apragrsp h ?i-

i iI to drcumitances sell the same and to care shall be taken provisionally of such -shall be examined "nrTacted upon hereafter.. has been circulating i whichwe conk I Jlfq I withdraw the proceeds thereof without molesta personal property .s wculd be taken in alike case AatfcLE'VI. not .urn dttj. oh n Cc ont onweDar;- t ommerse bas a .letter from this.Island

turn, and exempt from all duties detraction on of property belonging to the names of the country It is further agreed that the Peruvian Government barity detailed. A son of the King of '
I the part of the government of the respective until the lawful I owner or the j er on who has aright shall have tb,. option of paying each annual rC stating thatthe faming there was caused -

.,atr. ru *.Ulh same, accoiding to article II. may instalment when it is d... with orders on the cus Calabar,. West Africa, had been dane mainly by the total loss by the rot.

,(i. ARTICLE III. lake measures to receive or dispose of the inheritance. tom-house' Callao, which shall be endorsahle in ing egbo through 'the day and drinking of the Potato crop for the last two. ,

i The ciiizms or mibjerisof' each of the contract* sums to any amount and receivable in the Treasury mimby or palm wine which caused hi years. Flour sells for.$24 bbl. .

ing panics shall have Ilower.o dispose of tbrirpeivunal ARTICLE V. as ca.h. in payment.f duties on importationsof death in the niuhL It was supposed; _per

.' ) prnperty wilhin the States of the o h r, If dispute should arise between the different all kinds: and the orders shall)) be giten in such I
any he had been poiuoned. and his frantic Declinati07l.-R.. B Rhett Esq. declines
or le un"nt, donation or tllht'' their clnmants to the inheritance, they shall be He a manner as that in erie similar oiders shall be at .
h-ir4,being citizen or subjects of the other contracting cided in the last resort according to the laws and a discount in the market,the full value of each annual mother ordered a sacrifice of slay s in being a candidate for re-electi

; flirty. ihull iirceed to their said per.onal by the judge.of the country where the property is payment shall b* secured and made good to revenge. Those at the market and al 1 to Congress from South Carolina. Mr.

property, nrhellier by testament or ab intetHt, situated. the United Stales, as tho it bad been paid in cashat who heard it in time, fled to the,bush, Colcock, Speaker of the House, is spofeen
and m.y take pos..*iiin theretif either by them- ARTICLE VI. its falling due; and nny lois occasioned by efts- .
and will remain concealed of his
thesir as
s e.rby' Dlhl'" acting for them and dispose uf All the stipulations of the .present convention count or delay in the collection shall be borne and a* sacrifices successor.

tbs tirne at tli'ir |ilea.ure. paying such duties on hall be obligatory ;in respect to property already made good by the Peruvian Government sometime last a whole year.- A Neapolitan surgeon named Cerrelleri -

lysithe I inlmbiianu oi the rounuy where tbstid *- inherited; or l eqiiethed. but nut yet withdrawn ARTICLE VII. The sacrifices however commenced, by i.said to hare succeeded* in'dii- -

property lies shall be liable to pay in likeCISM. from thec'Mintry were the samo is situated at the This Convention ahull be ratified by the contracting digging three holes, and putting into ,
signature of this convention. parties, and the ratifications shall) be exchanged solving stone in living persons by the
the first the and number of
ABTICLX IV. within two years from his date,or sooner pie a use of electricity.: .

la case of the ab" "ence .>f the heir, the same. This convention ART.CLE is concluded VII.subject to the ratification -. if possible, after having been approved by th President young women, into the second slaves,,,: -- I

care snail lie uken provuiotially, of such real or of the President of the United States of and Senate of the United Slates and by the and into the third, Creoles_ or town' The (ollo\Vin2.are the Importationsof

pmon.l the property as would be taken in a like rase.f America bv and w'nh the advice and consent of Congress of Peru born people. The proportion. in each Specie into New York and,Boston, ..
property' "belonging to the natives of the In witness whereof, the respective commissioners -
tbir Stonll''. and of his Royal the Duke : hole follows female '
Highness was
cuuntry, until) the lawful owner or the per* n who haw signed the same,and affixed. thereto their as : thirty from January 1 to May 15 : .
has a right to sell the wne, according to article ofNnnsau, "n.llh. unifications shs'renf.hall be cxelsangeil .- seals. slaves.forty male ,Jafel"and thirty-nine Boiton.Jan ItuMaylS.. $10.066.953 ,
within the hfn
H. may ttke measurvs to receive or d; pose of the at Berlin. term twelve mont Done in triplicate at the,city of Lima, this seventeenth Creoles. King Eyamdy was besought New York, do. do. 6,993,735 .
the date of if
) m the signature hereof, or sooner,
)DWtIIflC.. dny of March in the of our Lord -
..ible. year by the missionaries; present to the
ARTICLE V. po one thoussnd eight hundred and forty one. Total, 4 month, 15 days $17.065,592
In witness whereof, the respective plenipoten- sacrifice but would not.
I Ir J. C. P1CKBTT, (L. s. ,
any dispute should arise between the differfltClaiments ] .
tunes have signed the above article well in
I to th. same inheritance, they ball Enelii as in German and have thereto as affixed M.ANUELDL RIO, .[L. s.] .The taxes to be paid by the citizensof
I $* decide! according to the laws and by the their seals. And whereas the seventh article of the said Eminently P r4 1t.11JOf1kl.* General New York this year e*ceed,$ ,5O-

judge,of the where the is situated. Convention required that the ratifications of the Dromgoole, who was re-elected to Con 000. The of last
country pioperly D 'n* in triplicate, in the city of Berlin,on the, expenditures year
should be within
twenty seventh day of M.. one thousand right contracting parties exchanged gress from Virginia a short time. since exceeded 'the income $3,,737, which
two from its date which
provision not
ARTICLE VI. hundred and forty six, in the eventielh of the years was and died a few clays ,after bequeathedbis .
year is added the taxes
the stipulations oi the convention ohset ve. by said parties,owing delays in the ratification amount to of the present
baAIi present Independence of the United States America,andthe. entire estate with the exception ofn
b rendering exchange impracticablewithin
obligatory in to already' year.
c I' >*lrritFddevitedor) bequeathed respect but not yet with Duke seventh of of the. reign of his Eojal Highness the the time stipulated' : And whereas it appears few friendly legacies, to the widow _ _ ;

s( drawn from the country where the same is situated WHEATON. [I.. a.] that ha duly constituted authorities of the I and children of 'a man who had fallen (en. Jefferson Dana Mississippi.

at the signtture of ihi convention.ARTICLE OTTO WiLHCLii CARL Von ROKDERL. ..}; Republic of Peru did, on the 24ib of October. by his hand in .a. duel. has been appointed by the Governor nf
4r VII. 1845. by law approve in all respects the said Convention
4A And whereas fhe. said Convention has
been duly that Sste.lJnitedStates Senator vice
This Convention shall be ratified by the Presi with the condition however that the first : ,
tat ratified on both pans, and the re .peetire ratifications A Yankee turned Jlrah..ll is iaid-
AI .r the United States ot: America. by and with the annual instalment of thirty thousand dollars on account Senator Speight,_deceu d"
the advice o( same were exchanged at Berlin, on ol the of the debt' recognized there the invincible Arab chief who has
and consent ..(their Senate, and by Hi. the thirteenth day October, one thousand eight pr incipal that ,
llM Ktne "f Saxony, and the fIICftlIOti5shtL hundred and forty six, by Andrew J.. Donelson by. and to which the second article relates should I for many years baffled the trench Gen I At the cQ&mence&rat of the preseat
neb.n&. .. Br1n, .jjthi,, he term of begin from the list of January, 1846,and the interests >. .
the entire of the railways
rs. eighteen mwwiis Envoy ExiraornMnary and Minister PJeni| oteritiaryof on this.annual sum according to article' III, I crate in Africa accompanied on all year, length all ;
from the date of the ,
tsJ .0.n.r if Pa.ible. signature or the United States, and the Colonel and Chain shonld be calculated and,paid front the Iii of.Jap* his expeditions by a regular down $str in Germany,:which are, regularly!
.lain Olio Wilhelm Char Von Ri. .,
nVr eir..
In faith ..f which, the respertive plenipotentiaries Minister Resident nf hi. Royal Highness,etc.II.,Duke nary, 1842: Anti whereas the said Conwmiiooand" L a Nantucket. man, lineally"descen ed I open to 'wa.J92'Germumilea.. ,.

have signed I the above article b-ll. in &r* i'l f Nassau, near the Government of Prussia un th* aforesaid modification tbeteof have been from old Admiral Coffin;. Heiports (the -

mall It.,',and E"jluh. and have therrlo affixed their the part of their respective Governments: duly same ratified WITH exchanged,and the respective in the city,raftficaljomaf i1 f. Lima; .on the the-: Moorish dress,'rides. a_magnificent ba b, Ibrahim '.bill at Mirart's. Hotel !

D..n. Mow. therefore be It known that F,JAMES K. the dollars ,professes Mahontetnnism ] during !his stay in .London amOUN 1
fti in triplicati, in the city .f Berlin, on Ibfo POLL President .r.he- United States of America. thirty-first day October la AJbert G#.JIew- lays by :

: Huh. or 14a*' in t..r.r caUf *. irij one thouandtLtbu4rp1 have caused the said Convention to be made public ft'on. he part of'the,United Stales, and y Manuel* i ,,,but sing i : Old! Hundred with'c e. to'nearly.,JB2,70p.
and fo five and the II irnh..f del Kio on the'part of the Republic P : nasal whenever he '
ty sixty end isJ
to the that the earn. and every clause and genuine twang, I
Independence of of Am.r.H&afty NOW THEREFORE,SIT XHoW**TJiat U J AMES Two veteran, Germans who were : .
K.t. tb* United States article thereof may he observed and fulfilled with i 1 into'b ttJ ,
K. POLK UninedSiateaof(A :
President uf the
mer- .
1:1 with
., Napoleon inhiicampaigasfor16yearsareeugaged ;
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K '*\ faith by the United States .sail citizens thereof :J
ira. have cauned the said Conveniioii' stud themodifkation -
WREATOH [t i ]
MixcKWtTZ. .. 'thereof to be oade public Je:th*end..&.. ,One day: ]lait'wetk, ,a. a gopt1e nt3 l I organizing j .
1. [L. ] In wkn;.. whereof, I have hereunto !
A nMr"., the sail Con,rntii.n has been do- hand, and caused the seal of tbe United Slates set ray the same and every article, and rlaus*thereof may .commoner of.,Winchester .CollpgedibciiMing :WI'I in.ftaytop,,O., ,.They,endarefhhesnows '

V 'h6Pd.-Q bath parts, and the respective; r.. 6- affixed.. .. to' hv observed a.fulfilled, with" good faith ,'-t\\ < atl ti rrel., .of. oyiters with' .a, :of-Russia,'and are* now'willing! ,. ...'/th ..tnft weneKCnanged *t Berlin on Done at the Cityuf'Washlng on, this i- ,sixth'day United 1I1f1aDd, fbacitizans thereof. "- 'friend( he was-' 'orpf i 4xBy:Ming in' in "the c a.ej of.,our' country,.to' sufierth '
fth In witness whereof I have hereunto- Nut ; l
1PtI. day of August, one thousand eight January in the' of our Lordor.e my privations of touriu Mexico. .
year hii thouthiomethingbaTdWbiCh a :
bus4,14 and.forty six. Andrew DoneUon. En. ham,and caused tb. seal of the:United List i es to- pro- ,

: Ixlrnrdinr, and Minister by Plenipotentiary of [.itAUj'and thousand of UIM eight Independence hundred and of fortyaev the United I be affixed. _" ', 1, "." j 1,, .i/}. t i Ttdto he a yery. large pearl,:falucdby, y ..'-" ', .,

FAa Un.i States, and Charles Count Vitxham de State. the seventy. fir.,. ". Done. at the City of'Washington, lH.Jlh t day: &.,Wincbetter.., jeweller ,at,200.gaioeii.; > Ai-. ,' k 4J :pta.. :
taPdt. Charge d'Aff.i.. of hia Majesty the JAMES K.POLK. t Jnoary; [iif iytnr ofour.tord1: > '' .eel f n Pean.I'lnJ..I'e n.mtgutrate* ,

. king olSuon,. sear he GnYf'rntnf'Dt of Prallia, By the President fJAXES [UAL 3 ,ons> thouwnd.eight.hundr-dl. andl forty. I :6" Jj8 1I A' n rJ I ura;nir'y: '$wWenter suspeca& ';: ,' ,
011 the ,Me.n..l1d of lbS &. .ItCeql. the : : -t-- -'l -
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p'r their '
t respective Governm--ntl 'BCCHAHAN.Secretary of Slate.' .'- 'Units4Stateslhe"f"W"'I"Lr, "' : Bias war"bo tIDg.o'h YUlg been 41: buildings. *, :A/penon. enhidngazibet i :;' I .

. JAow "troaE. II IT II'.ow that I. '. yf& K. POLK p.ident nf the ujaied states 0" f #t. :JAME$1C.POJKb... ;, .cat &at} 'to, Uege..j t..i d. tnb&repon. :' ,
b. uilPrki. *?"r ea.. the, said Con ento toMe By the President of fhe United States of Bot thf President* : -_"" : an.>ged, jdtt ine,of*t.calf thitacted 'iblo for ,1 lowe.. incured. and !hUl0;t0 a ;. :', /

.''alie, |0 fa end that the Mmf anJ *t" .. 4iC'; t. JIHEA BocliAliA., !,_Secretary 0 of State. 0- .. "two': wwtf*t ".Wb .' -wu,__,.,-'tit, __ find .of,not\rAorelthan.. $500 or- riot IMI '
'1 JrleusiCe4 tnicll> be observed and A .PRQcIJAMATQNI, ; -_ 1'= < r ': >- .",. I
.hereof may ;h 101 : a-j. r ? J. .' ,lnotktd third tI 8$0 "I: -
l 1 -4T A person- .
'4I. lul6fl.4 at.._ *hh(."! (sub by aha Unhed, States and Whereas'a Conventian bet!.een the United Stat,,' consequence t *-1 ,...Ii" u ._ __ ., _. I
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m int" i l' .,MiIs.i .. I saM tDb6jtbC b : the M $ >
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'.: WTiu WBEREOf, I have hereunto set my 'eluded iilg'nevMat l Ltrna;. by theirAiespeVtivePleniiDfatiarie Cdtf! !.in .1 "!* r 3 "tcta4* .eIJ.pp.> 'aI"'i : : r- .1It'8* : n. i1.\fi. : I

.ait eatlled sbeseahnfLb. United SUtCH"P' *. ,on.:'the aeventeenth .day:;of : PhihiD'i4fl aolda I .tAun.: ld1.rce.wu lied recent'l.cim '. :jJ1fl. -
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lal.U-].thnn.and eight and fortyWix7 :, .. .Th; United 'Stater America.anifi- hepuWieof a." ;DeLurianycra: sister of.Know.,L-7 t1att it', 'J'a"ltt 1i.tflG' ). upon. their backs'balf'niIe sIn .if1 ; .'.

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1.'!ISiw-: 'I< .,'' JACKSONVfLLK. JUNE'.11, 1847.Notice. ., for electing* the- Democratic t$ tvg* candidatesby &- < 'i *vf" I. .bo1VJekn'' ed. How all 1*thi"|"' ':,bully ,.. Slnatorir q; ; nto lubmJlllon.IuC1i'jelS .-- S ', ',...'.yo ..., ,I'.' .S .5 e rJiQr'".: liie.. .;..;> .., '.

t'!'. : '1,!'..Wi, ; : ------ -- : a party majoiity'? We trust T that i is' t1t end ji'l; we<&< know* not.-*$* In a whirlwind, o we believe, that Mr. RIT .r. Abo tar 'bour beforetsnniet.itk.' \

:,; 1'Jij i" ....'..1'.:p,.L", .,. next fall they 'will retreive their past error every man has to take care.,of :himself, CHIE'S personalfeelings are consulted in 22d, i I: wiih'some two,or vthree. .oi& S
,1. t't.,4'C. .1 ,', ;.l'l :,i, and exhibit the pride and itrength of and the Board of ount.y-, ;Commission. regard to any appointment, or that the rode on the ridge .within' threer " S
"J bzidridau1sbftbe
\ '.;.i.Jj: l'' the ers for the, county of Duval must workput relations of any Statesman .with_ Government i1' yand.ioit
, .. ; : t tt Columbia by sweeping away a good view of..the elephant;aad.; : S
j _ _ _ % tobe derived from his pri. l t lt.
\ /t* >MH of opposition. Columbia was their own salvation" If we 11aYbe., are .., from the
name you !Djll' appearaj
t K! ': ;= i 11 allowed "to*?'venture suggestion: we vate"relations with the Editor o'f the Anna '
'iJi oncevthe banner and it' must a a army. and'bzs
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" IV.FKji The citizens of Jacksonville county ,.,.: ......., 1ftr ii.
requested -
are "
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t :t-t : become would'! y, let the;Board and the Judge :Union. :. superiority numbers ,! rear .tha'isuit ,;
.; 1 h WOOD'S Hotel so again. 1 . . \. ;
to meet at still
but had
ty'iMm.M: .Mr. of Probate and the Clerk of the circuit ClEFT.: TAYLOR'S OPINIONS. ; we old; Zach to'l\&&

1 ; TO MORROW EVENING, Saturday THE PRESENTMENT.Since Court, divide the cost of the jail,of the As tremendous_ strifeis- now goingthe .us on, and our beloved wives and'eoan-'
, ;r; 12th 8 o'clock make suitable try to fight for, and I-felt.confident:;:
: inst. at to
; wise tf
is--* ; j 3a the time when "three men Court House, of the ,Records, of the rounds of the :American press with l- success. That, :Jnight. .

! {fet: f .S :; arrangements for celebrating the of Gotham" essayed the peril of a pond chairs, of the dipper, of the writing pa- 'Itga.rd'th political i opinions of Gen. ,slept on their; arms, and I2e.wholeary'J(Lwith, 'booi

,j '"': =; 72d Anniversary of American Indepen. under the security afforded :a'Dd' TAYLOR think the following from and rrId-tbi"rein'i !
} precarious per, &c. &c., among hemselve., ,' we spurs: o mr ubblj
\ ijff'i'V: : dence. bowl) and,took their : Baton .steed's"bridle ,in. hand,. laid .down
I by an earthenware pay for i it out of-their own pockets.We .- the Dem. .Advocate_, published at on i

[ I.:;' *t'Y.::'f;|? Jacksonville June llth 1847. departure from the banks of a mud puddle perceive also that' the sheriff in order :Rouge, where he s resides may'be as ,.few.soon soft strains pebbles of most intending! melodjoui to sleep' bttt. .

" "iw amid the sound of drums,.of trumpets fractious; true index, ascanbe. obtain d. It .njmje.
,j. : THE VOLUNTEER COMPANY.-We regret to secure a somewhat prisoner an from the, enemy's.bands came ;flottin* "

:, 'Wt'2i' I : : : to learn that in consequence of extreme and of the shrieks of brokenhearted who seemed to have no very great seems settled] that he is. opposed to the on the evening breezevrachnqterswed ,. '4:

*",!;!' :* *-* relatives and friends,-there has, pro- the protective and unites with Mr. by distance yet. distinct. ,[ .
I :. : 11I ill health, Mr. LAWRENCE RYAN, fondness for his society, went to extreme system { : ,

' a t I*. -.- MSj.V, has been compelled to decline. the raising bably, been no greater". about No length'of purchasing a chain anda CALHOUN in disapproving: of the Guillotine never before so affect d by muiic
?..;iJ:.}I': ',of".vlf. i r of the Volunteer. company 'which. I' thing" than' 'that.which has' thrown our. padlock.:, This was"wrong, and, he I system. '. of Sleep I home was, and af once all those binIshedandj.dear .association. : ;

., '!ri.i ': 'J*.;:' I.-;' was lately tendered him. We understand little wriIn a state of excitement for ought to be made to pay for it himself. Our Gen.eotemporaries Taylor's are disputingabout There of tranquil life, filled my mind;-io"_*.
: Aft:. : however, that it has been offered the last two or three. weeks.. Wr have The l lawyers have a maxim that "a .corporation this dispelled only by the thunder of artille.
need be
difficulty on point :-
t\f' fct"- witnessed the farce of a Grand Jury of ,_ which greeted the first
old friend Col. die. We : ey streak of
: : to, and accepted by our can ,never appre Gen. Taylor gave his last vote for Gen.

: tel, : .! r; ROBT. G. LIVING-TON, who will take immediate the County of Duvnl, solemnly convened hend that in future they will have to lay Jackson-he would have voted for Mr. morning light which, and ensued.foretold... to.all the. ..
,struggle i
hf '\!'ir. measures to, complete the com for the furtherance of the public their maxims on the shelf, for the events Clay, at the late election, because he the fight old Zach < l
. : Jr During was n jar one
; ?
;;f t11' r. !.L J1' pany. Mr. LOUD of Columbus,.and Mr. good, after a solemn deliberation upon of the last two weeks, in our little town, personally esteemed and admired himas of the regiments infantry, and: Uw
statemau and because he
a was -
: ?'l r this most solemn subject, present as a do the business for opposed the their head In'
.:{|? < i; lt: < GEO. HOLMES, of this place, have been have been enough to to the 'annexation of Texas, on men dodging every

ywi: :y.. ,,'f'": spoken of for Lieutenants. With such 'public grievance fact that theBoaraof the stoutest corporation that ever exis constitutional grounds. Gen. Taylor direction to avoid the balls, when'ht J
?i t County Commissioners had authorized said :. "Stand up to them, my mendon't :..
:: ; "I :; officers the East Florida company will ted. says he belongs to no party, but Is cal be afraid will all
? *:"* the of and they go jeryou"
.Hfi' purchase a dipper some led a whig. Gen. Taylor thought the
: ;:!::.: ;: make as good a show as any other, -while speaking, a ball
*:1'V't :,r when they get to 'Montezumer." ribands! We declare that this is the MB. YULEE ,AND MB. RITCHIE. war with Mexico could and ought 10 whizzing close to his head, and,heva ame

I M.j ..V.. .''": !:_ _ _ _ whole cause of grief, for it appears from In a late number of the N. Y. Her have been avoided. We are satisfied voluntarily dodged-continuing lit-
:. :
it is the old General hear
: to to
iCr : annoying
'. OASTON. the Presentment itself. It ald have observed the following let .Mbut them if
I (;f J"' r. '". BIT TUE WITI. was necessary we of his nomination for the Presidency.But .- speech-- dodge" you can-,it

I: >.. !.':?j":. :>f+ ;. LATEST FROM MEXICO. that there should be at least one ter from the; Washington correspondent of-one thing we can assure, our is not.-a bad.-plan... g- .- .,

r-<. .,,1.*iv> )"; By the kindness of Mr.OATEs, of the jail in East Florida, and the people of I 01 that Journal: democratic friends, Gen. Taylor is no < After the battle I ordereu
was witlj
**:Mr" i.N S$ ;!:.: Gaston, we have received a copyof the this county thought they were best able WASHINGTON, May 23, 1847. democrat : and will say further-we sixteen men to escort Maj. Bliss with t

':; I N. Orleans Bee of the 4th inst. .containing for it.' also Visiters to West Point. believe he would never ask a question
) ; !: I.; to pay They were aware flag of truce to Santa Anna.Vh .we
J-J' We informed that Hon. Dixon in appointing men to office, as to their
; are
*"U i : JibJ: news brought by the U. S. steamer that their Court House was not in the arrived within about one hundred yard.
but his would
1lw Lewis, Senator from Alabama, and politics ; measures not
I ..
/ ;, ;tsTflpl Mi 4 Fashion, from Vera Cruz. Owing to belt condition, and that it was subjectto Hon. David [I. Yulee, Senator from Florida harmonize well with the late and prc- of a regiment of lancers, which seemed.

::; :: i '1 I.i the destruction of the diligencias, but the intrusive visits of every rain are appointed Visiters, from their sent democratic administrations-save to be. Bliss the rear was guard blindfolded, we were and haJ.ed.lIaj. conducted .-t-*,

.i :: Iolt;: little news was had there from Gen. storm. They consequently thought respective States to West Point Acade- "on the Tariff to Santa Anna. On the departureof
: ( this and that Col. Miles, late :In connection with this would remark -
SCOTT. my year; we
h .t ,1t" c beat to repair that. The custom has the Major a platoon of lancers wu,
tF '... ,,, .4 of the gallant of Gen. Taylor and
:";i:. I It is reported that SANTA ANNA, at occasionally prevailed of placing valua I army that there seems to be a strong ordered from the regiment and took
'f :: 'f. Governor of Monterey, has been
I. the I latest accounts believed to be will letters of tendency throughout the whole Southern post facing my platoon and within teasteps.of ,
:.;: *: :j. was blepublic documents, as *, by the Secretary of War to be one uae.. The lieutenant in com

,? ;, ."' at Rio Frio, fortifying that pass, andaimingto administration, deeds, mortgages, &c of the Board also. Democracy to favor the. election of mand dismounted his men ; I did the.*

"' .. ':'I. defend it with force differently in themin You may expect this deputation.ofVisiters Gen. Taylor. He is with thernin questions .
; .JJj ': a a place of security, by copying same. He was-a (at, good looking .
1 in New York about the secondor
: ; : estimated, at from two to ten record books or otherwise, and placing involving State Rights, and he is .low wore a short sack coat, neatlf
: In his usual third of June, and we. are. assured thoroughly opposed to the monopoly of trimmed with laeer and seemed quit:
.j. : ; thousand men. braggart them uponshelves or in a case.- will be treated in
they a style commen-
: vein, he boasts that no North American The Board of Commissioners of this curate with their distinguished merits, of a protective Tariff. They find in pompous As he dismounted he band.
4' fel: ed the bridle rein- to his orderly, ana him their
J (! shall cross that barrier save over his County, fell into the'popular weaknessof as citizens, anoVas servants of the government only security against the commenced strutting in front of lint'

... :: : dead It is hot certain when Gen. shouldnot and of the peepJe. threatened storm from the North. The
:, f body. preferring that these papers platoon, in a; very haughty manqerr:

{ !: ';::a2fk SCOTT reached Puebla, or whether the be kept upon the floor, and authoriz-' that The both appointment himself.and.of !Mr."F.atber-Ritcbie-Yulee shows ,Northernwhigs.areojen1y..proclaimed."ABoTItTonisiiir .ese.11.1pbe'call hisorderly-wh.! r .

; : *The Northern. Democrats .hi'nded'fronr; a pocket in the side of na
r .': ,i : rrny had advanced.beyond lhat.jtmvjrv I.e..i ur f :) R oL"AGd: 'an?'aiapfesettnoDtrry" the hatchetSmd ..
;: 1" ,.: : as the destruction of the diligence had cases wherein to preserve them. Our smoke the,"pipe of peace" touching the
. :dI.f'1 communication between Ja- resolutions for the the editor basely deserted us. The Southern drink without 'saying & wordto., ,
.. : A i interrupted Judges and lawyers, too, during court expulsion ,pressgenerally much to astonishment and
my .com*
j't't' 't: '1 and Vera Cruz and consequently of the Union from the floor of the have therefore loudly called ,
: lapa time have manifested
, : 4..j1'1 usually an occasional menc d strutting a e'before t'juit;hen

i I <<": ::' t' j put a stop to the transmission of authentic desire to have a. seat,.and not be. Senate; provided is/not to, always be construed, that this into'concession for Gen TAYLOR, as a Southern man, recollected I, had in my hol te rr a small

1 ,jtf: ..'' ':;'I';11.!j.l; intelligence.Seveial forced to standup like:- disposition to compromise with ,Mr.a imbued with Southern' Democratic bottle of whiskey,.and that it.would not

:: !j'j'i: ;ri' massacres have been commit.. "F' ir and twenty foul all in.. row.-" Calhoun upon: the subject of'those reso principles. They, distrust the.North, do tobe outdone by this Mexicnoso I

,;: m..: ':, a ted upon small parties of our soldiers by The aforesaid Board in its compassion lutions. CANAPES. and since'the events .of the last Congress platoon handed, !my and rein cbminenped to the right playing file! of ti ro;*

, ; .. i' :....:;. the Mexican Guerillas. resolved to furnish chairs for the The most amusing' feature of Hhe' : have had reason to do so. The peacock in front of my men. In a few

", .f; :::......."..I I.. weary' multitude, and as the- chairs usually above.letter, is the ,ora ular manner in. following paragraph forthe AugustaGeo. minutes I halted short, and ordered my

,( ij:: ".,. ;.,.' "":; Democratic .1iectiug.I ,offered by our merchants, like wiiiclrthe writer speaks of the r lat ions ( .) Constitutionalist bas been generally bugler to hand me the bottle out'of oj

l't ., We find in the Floridian the proceedings other articles intended. for a Southern_ of the Government, ,of Mr. CALHOUN, of \ copied throughout the South, and bolster, and'I l .took a drink, curled j jinf

, :: :.':A:;.::..:.:., !.f of a public meeting of the Democrats market j have the best quality of an oldcheese .Mr. YULEE, anlof_ Mr.'RiTCHiE. aa: dependant may be taken as established expression As mustache, and

,;: '-, ; ';,: -"}rv. of Columbia County! held at Alligator 411 and'are warranted to.tumble to upon this simple appointment .'.of' the views of the. Southern Demo- imitating soon as movements my Mexican, he friend walked saw faiteI (Dr?

, r1 M:\'"-..,.'..i! on tel 2 t h May I af't. We should pieces, they actually 'ventured to buythree of.,iatter to West Point. But' we. presume 'crrcy. -I t increased: my pace-he 1 Halted1 sa

;. :,:-'t': <:f3ii ; have been happy to publish them before or foui at the immense cost of 1:$2: it-was merely intended for effect ''I' 'ibetnost:, prudent policy i in us perhaps took adrink-I.halted and look a drink, S

";' this but the Secretary of the meeting would, b e'to''iest. 'thes.inrity: of Thus-we performedfor: sometime, until
:' : ''I 50 cents each, deeming it best to. ad- and to intimate vast knowledge where
'.!j.f, I' has favored us with a their/respect, of Southern .rights, by) placing 1 : ually l blu,fled"him off; for he svaIkel
: never : ,
: :t ;;iijfi .. copy. opt this, course in preference to witness* none existed. In our opinion this letter before them a Southern man.- to the.reat of his platoon' -when I fAAi

1 I'IIt A Committee having been appointed ing,. amid all the solemnity a Courtin merely ,shows what,i is the fact,,that Mr. One thingis very certain It is, that no ed and sat down on the grass.

to nominate persons suitable to represent Session, the miraculous, disappearance YULEE'S relations with the government .. -Northern 'candidate. can\get' c( Southern '

, 1rI :' :' the County of Columbia in the next of some Judge or member of the have always been friendly ,andthat! lector#. vote..who.does not'distinctly[: repudiate Gen. 1a JT g>a.r-.Frpra:.,the Jalapirespondenceof : tt
the the N. O. Delta leer
atrocious we
; General Assembly, the following genrtlemen bar amid the ruins-of a' broken :leat.- they'continue unchanged. We outrage upoiz.South.ern'rights' that
: apprehend which is embodied.- -the'Wil- that Gen la Vega was fa place!!
: 't : were re.turned-Col. JOHN C. Asa bucket is an inconvenient/drinking : that Government did' riot ,deem' :it' mot, :'proviso." the 18th of May, on his rout to Perots{ ,

PELOT, for the State Senate, and JAMES vessel, the Board purchased a .county' 'necessary to consult %'Father.. RITCHI ". : f' where be ,will probably remain :H*:
... ..,. ; From'the'NO. or ,the 30th
Picayune ulr
L. KING, Esq., and Capt. ALEXIS M. ..dipper.from whence hundreds, during in the matter, and are nut.inclined: ,'to; .'MORE-INCIDENTS' I OF; THE"BATTLE ,' in the Castle- OIS' ? .

ANDRIA, for the House of Representa the Court week, have taken,:delicious ,believe that'it is in the habit r'doing'. OF BUENA VJ 'rA.. ,- Juan-de! Ulloa,' and has permissi frWBCol.
Wilton! Vera Cruz to.rcporj
v at ,
. : I4 tives. Messrs. CARTER' and ROBT. dringhts of "cold without.. '* Iteven ,so.> The Whig journals and j. -Ab6lition.istjournale 'f' : The'Arkansas' I Intelligencer.publishes himself at Perote, where" he will re*

4 ; BROWN declined a re-election, and a resolution toithe of an: :extract!fron 'a' private"'letter,'of an ''
t 4. w.ent extreme have endeavored makeit main
authorizing to eJcha ..
; \ ., ..... untiLdischarged or g
t"'I J ; ; :
\ ttc'
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passed thankigthemforxheir ,of ink ;ojatcer arwy copUlning.sbme aja'ecdotical The d.fI
:. /i purchase, writing.paper, taper appear thatJ\1 p LuotTl.i.tj9'oPposi; .thV aame'CorresponfonraiKfc ,

': .'! past services. and other:articles of stationary foe theusoftho tion to the, Adminiitration. .. ._...,.:and'th'at. his ..Buena VUta pariipularskpf we'have-not*'seen battle before.of in .br.May;i8, 'I.( .o'clock l ill : wlnwf.matioa *-
; "
; "
;; .II. It '-t"-'{'- receive4wlucU ?
/ Resolutions ,were unanimously adopted : Clerk of the Circuit arid :of friends ; ) ilitio :rextracts asJ eeu. : 7.
it are .disposed ; equal:'.: 3mrit.fWV cppy; ;. The. can bereliedon fhak Major GLIU'V

f I recommending the course pursued ,ths i Judge of Probate.. At this* *s* we'*** 4 afe.i jfa *. 'hotiflty. *''|'****"'*tg.t- J*ero11'is. : conclusion l cwiU.excjte" the'"?lsibleV) :.* Captain: Cassius ;M. GJf."pa'oJi! : !J ?

,. ; by the administration. relative to the indeed ftm 'zed-., Whatuvirgin! inexperipnceT ( a'presumPtion; not. .warranted,byfatt. ;.felF;:fc On the 21st February: the.whole t army :'were.'intjie; Cftj 'of Mexico 9'ii the 84.
ackfxom.AguaN Uevato'Bu
. ; i' Mexican war, anddenouncingthe conduct The of .nature/is. ,no* :;tt'r':i J r, C4LflOUN.andhi, !(friendsiuwe. )njv- YitareptTheArkansas' na: inst.-on_ verbalparole.TJie .Jwd.J3 M .
. $ '- s. i Americans whop ; -*>i'1 l. **'r t -i". confined in the prison of the !
. of -er
those '
ti p; psuedo make your neighbors': pay \your s. .opposed thevadministrationitr'rMr, : .vYell detained
I : r te ; *% ,was ,_to .and' weteaf'liberty'only 1 1i!fe\\"day.\
taken throw d bts. The Bard here'had excellent t :P9LX.( : : : : r
have to
'; every opportunity CALHpN."" and- Mr.<-,' t,. .' .tnereydiffrOzinieortwopoints ) .gurdtheprovisions;: ,In,store' .until ;th.e ''rjey intendelo. '.relnrQ li II '.4
: obstacles in our.way towards its speedy opportunity to'make't the County: officers! : coiiecte4wiflip. ;wag: n "could;.return from:.Buena .vilt .. :prison,. although jt vas 'a.most:: iG1P

. : and successful conclusion. pjy for other people'sstationary(arijif; ',th;Fb':t ...:.c g.--' ,;,;" "I- .;,i.>.. y s t'' "(";'-h-""" !',brt'.:.. '\tr'i.;. -.'''!t'., 'jl banta Q t,\ Arina was g- :cToVe n! }V to'A'gua Qr J 'tne Nueva-7-.r l a ,some,and objectionable) c of woolagjye. cooi

. ? \ The following resolution we copy' in ,yet were so verdant':as. ;toMpay! ;for their .rTh e issues between them)-involv'e' tao'fdif.ferenc whictepTace i ; 4bef Jst ,Dragoons ario!: finementj 'u|)I teal.the authorities
.' I *"*t*< t '** ,-ii'j"l > *< Kjivt'ji'&ttoffi ] triem ii .wntfeV safeguard,
I : full. It is for the, benefit of.:those who: dwn writing paper! ''This i > is Jreallya! ; princIpJcbuionhy.,J' wpocy: .J".- KehtuclcyVCavalry ;\ ere immediaielyprderedrrjwithdirecjtrons. : tr.eacj fpjJwpuliproteci .
? 'T.vs./1- 4:4 : *t *** ** {i!' "'- f'r"'" : ] .,thern against the
T f deem the people of Florida"opposed to: norriblepicceoC, extravagance;and. ..the' and imply] ,}n eesrrktiItjPin in conjunction eryof'the and the Government;
,1jg 44; 4'j '*"' v* : i people
k the administration '. ,m_.mbers:of the:Board i)deserve jto uJleri lelt* fV jtnIy.: (! p & fR&.: 'WJ P9fl! ,>yith.the'tkaflsas.Cavairy4o4hold, :; te -3-,"I "" i i">' ;. ..::..::" -,'' '

: iesolvd'Thtt.1iIJr.l Polk we : every indignity fort'this :outraged pon.itbe' .! !upon points open Jc;>> honest;'"yftffeiflf placetilLthe; ;provisions wereremoyed.; : .Di 1re iIfargland.--'Th: P.
qi recognize --%
i .rriva o'cJocktat
O."f' lji
; -at :
4 4 t: 7fy. ;9Wj. i\ !*a tjJ 1* ::\ &'.t >" night, mq'co'reipndeit' oCtbe,. t.t
, hearte \ !
the firm ana warm. custom's of civilized ; .
ijI patriot, a community. betveentatesrnen ;of.the : "
foujd :
aJ @k d
; S% .t r e in wa g- E. .ning1ew: rtes ( ly9"1J
$r : nobly struggling aginstvaious.i elements .So* much t *.,, .at:presentrfor,*.*. f the i>*Pjet? t3 nt-i imenfcpThe ,i W' ': 'l ral' dJl: _;' '( dj: ,ops.excep; 'about) :three' > huu" fAal bushels 't .:The* long-!-drougbt f. > : l\IryJanaf- .

.' .' ill of ,potent ,opposition coral4p.erfs founded_nal I' viridictiveness !in fact*.arei eforer every'one : $ w.; ;qlf :; i? .J1 : 'p';c orn! '; )A>'muwiter'wieiitne'j cattied':great'scafctt' "'''qf yegetaDI i C'

[3S caprice,.party ra : deeid d"by'h'bwl1! (lj 'rnntt : ; 1c Cavalry,*AvfeoV were stationed thlo'weritioq; ofc the sfee, b9t
: r.tb !>ve look to'the''virtues to.b wbbe .J1r; j d D' .; jlli!:a1 'Jji I 1
: ;* ? < *"* < !fedii;' 'n ':- J8- iVEJCSY\t *v l1iiINf Jrif t; i ti h.h"df ri ,. ha EsternnncLWast; ; etn.,'.sliQis.a: '
,at criiis AVe stand agbastToxthe
a ed
4 of that jllustjrlouastatesman( Icymingle-or. aympathuie\cith thetr9jnjery l
or. : -
s -' r.vw.: ;fJ.;. ; ; ; 4r { .... 'IIi' << .
Weminentlyperil5usasc6nstitujuigtheheetauchor] jnra teaippih. tt ..' I! tll}! J .J ,! ?predilectliokis'quarrel; }IS1;? :or 'Co1. M'j'tftl, ; }f or,it.' ava ry Vu ; t ro d.toeatHj\rr d r ,

: and thai! ijs"u.nfauheringc6uMe of pur national! 'safety, j', Eyerowlyt9CaP,pr1 .'. ..:., J)JlJg}.' .f4qt,9., & "t ar... ,* %jU4jsbfflieow1ckwn.K9rE( yiafiqF:bD tnVfelonV; t1'.4 .L r,.:."" l1."':'r ,F; \\< g. n'' "J'fo-Jf"xi: IP..b *i tt: d. l'S 1iidh .t>agtr dit. k Q'a i ; 1 :

ip } ) '-d 'Jl o'Itlon 'Y' .'1 :ii 8tb i feti 8 ir ftfrl"'As2S:5M): te : '!? 9 0. \VIS !liit.k).. W' -A "J'i ., set._ : postmaster! \ ,l rij.: tr : ',
: American! rights ,andiuericaq'jhqDort 'j .c .. > '.. ;;A! :}. "'. ..........."N. .1 ......'" .,"' 'iti: ""-':'''' ''N ..-. .... f.: 'tire ;t 'r lr l* **'lftaterthat i
I amidtne .!tJ i il t;!: "' :fiorJtoojbuildings talnJngttie' 11esc i;datedtay16; tJ f f'idav'
t hast ,erected niphujnent ;. ; .
< ; .'' ,.., .' "04 ". .1;':I":;.a.'{,'. ;.t".. :i. ; 'I' .uMi7' ,Re:1't: { 'eo'rit:and to' oiet\he: retent1fthewa. clk4.QahJnbegtC1rtrngcoaiqry < ,
ip.His memoryJinthe l h. !!pft!!!f. 1.. .' "" I.Ui! t fr. -- n ti llln 'i 7 .'tf"'J .: -' : :
t1 m l fl :1f5 '1 i : ir. r' tth1'-\. tit : ,
"r':8 f: u' '. g.b.. ..-'.: "'br*! ..,. .H'f',. :-'101'1nOr..coln- :;; ....... ":.,\: ,,:.. ,J"-r'"It' ftD t.-tuaJa", .} ..I"bi >.
American .1 ) ; i
,!y patriot..1'c li jW ::1; ,t .; : 'O' .' !,' J: ,. : {firt: vfme4are4Ipo3edtQ :Vi-v .:; e"uer.lcan.J;-, ':,,,,, i--": .,! cerl.,,' t.'. .:r".>Ql- 4"J,9.rc.an011tt. -lW.(!_ J an7rP1/w_ -\ : trroirit
coonpt but congratulate Democracy -L 'P bjt'tr "e ri D : ,, ,:. it, coucerniflg'MMm jt.L JnU1eaj'he lD \uIQ..rf { :mr1to do l";ad thilno-. i
7' j i" 1i' l :triGtli :!t u d'l r A' a N ietaJ.the1tdiii! at' '-1ft ii?" iM ;ii.tftII.
'' imi 1 tobJiad! .
Cplumbia' p.f e ,
of anl r
iii .
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( : ; i' t ; f t a pc\o Buna'Vi1staien' taas '}
-'" f.J r ,1 i4 l'{ fI: l1 .: F1. J n -n: U'-<< mlLea-'tne. p i ('jiari>> rJ fl..
; have made., 'The na'es 1 ye ,\a ti l Z:1tri.: tj* 14*,.|*SViTjU : ;
they ,, P l !! lr1".. rn Y \ trtt H % JLA
$ '. if4
1 : "' .?MU f \ ... l P .'! .rt.. Tb 't JI Q on; o !
I Bud.of KING and AND IA, are ate], .. e I .;, uimsejf bacKedtby[ :.the'. .adm : faovy< .travelled Jir.jnform-vou vH. ':'k'
4 of PfXOT { II' J. -' :. ':;. .'+ ..;, ,,,,,-\ij., :,; nistratipi! ; :. wu .. .when. .4 .-, the paltjmpre JJ wrjlpS' I :

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(<'' ;rJ1.r::"; I: .-).'f..- 'r -t "' .. ,'.- _. ... : -;. _- \..'S-' ,
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...:; I t which Col. \Vilion (our pvern orth.d' Voltzgeur.-Col'F.l ; -!\f Andrewi- j of.1.J..J-'.fibates. .'- iY' I10ftJ. '. "'- ..'C. < f L :.; 4.

14 -pteful report around yeltcrd Bdllimore y f received,' he wat Induced' toaitborizeC ,;the V olugeuri cgimentjjjKaiTwIthlPlSS: l'.$ erJor tb;_>>! #,"b "!JI', .lpo.J,. .". .,;', i "I.I ".A _,-Pios* CValIaN, h:!
and !,
:1'1 .tI'Id fallen in lon of It. The Banks,,who volunteered to head the men*and1 bfficersf':rrirc(3" Ne w!OE ta. ..r J.119b !M' : ;;, .,1, 1 L CQ JqtED. T ? 4 w V",. :,oJ j
nO confirma ]leans : ?.I.b.Y!thought.proper,therefw I ".r'r't"o ,, 1"
Arthur. from t J i.
-rebaTe long contInued droughtUnleS expedition, and Adjutant .Pittsburgh. t ." .:.', .. :"_ eXpi4* through !IV* nidiumStten1 of joar lum_ ; ..' .-,'.1-,..:.-. :, .' '..(34 t tor"
" .1.,t S Of the I > raise a small force for the purpose of. r : MnuiMdfa th'tne'! J" .LRTiLZ5 .\,:. ;' .kOLMtL. : 1. .
in !
; I" ,
'Ye (
are *: who UIED. i AI xan e : ' i : .
) f
cTuiiiy 6eot
bouts Will stare us "> arresting a gang of desperadoes, ." on AO'smw8.La, ofih bills! ,in}tie "':''- '- ':4 '
famine the l1tb; May, Rev A.resident :n ; i coon;1 Tteauretill Fsbewq'thjt"o( .D : t { !
: rain soon as being engagedin : BURK-TormrIy a .iiq... It.
. had been suspected h1chhi,: II 'i, ,t, t.t
. nefarious business. Col. of this r1acp'in the 29th yesrti hi, ezjinchd iirestpsiisay Ria" j. It, jji
such age. \ '
. .
; foutbunJrd ; '
some 1 end ai :dIIsr',b bU 1'n: : 'IJ. t'tl 1" .
:. ; 'Y'
. sce.Soble DonaJion.-The chairmane B. proceeded to an appointed spoVwithten MARINE' INTELLIGENCE.. pair;of ihe' ;Court HoWand. Jail .awl' | !, ". ", ., 3i ,)7..\ iiilI
1 ; Relief Commit- his plan of surprise regularly! i'iset by. the' : 'I'htJ".Ji' "II, 4
Ir I York Irish men, after arranging .De.r4.: 'the t ( ,B'a.' \ iL ", .
New the had PORT OF J4CKS01iV.ILL :JUNE 11, Probate wu therefore compelled to gite ...! 14 h;
letter party ? {l'
following .ko.lllr
the en- and not long "IL /11
for' ihew 'f
receired "
hills, and had he .
a corfarm all ( ; '! -.1
)' donation which arrived observed enough to ARRIVED: % .t:v H 57th. been } St 'h : .
munificent compelled ba mandamiH. S i.j
the Jh iaqShirtinp, 'pT>."_ L4.4 !
ng Two of the <
Oft ',' {rom we well known Wash64 that had been believed. .-U S Mail Steamer St'Miithewi, Chase I robairif he;has.a tote,in the Board.,has 0' UJI. '. .'< 7 -ti'.1 C'

1 64 ks.tinker, whose names are ap- party, who afterwards proved to be the Savannah, via Darien, Brunswick,and St. Marys'; exprcised it, so,th*jn .rderin; theV bills llekmp.:. ;."f.t; l1L, S )1ft"
where to Fernari4et & paid, he has dune'nothing mW than his hCtll'rusu. 1. s1as1; "
the '
which spot -
The is near .* '
- gift one chiefs approached ; .
. ed to it. secreted the &. Bubee, G Yale; H W Jaudon,'Capt. Wit- tbe pi per filed byJheaforesaid; Grand Jurprs I .- wtiickyJttM: 'r II. # \ :
. : be Appreciated and fully rewar- some of our men were ley I ,: Middleiba O. Wood, H. R. Sadler Bel not pretend tony that these bills have nut:: j >*w.York Id., f /',-.,bbL- 'ill"! t'i .l'. ,
.. first of them :being summoned 'to halt, low. & Santo. J L.Engl, W Hickfnan(H'O passed by the Board.. On! tlecontrary: !t.t 1 ; _.,..; : J f.111. .

,. WISHINGTON, May 23, 1847. refused, and endeavored to escape but toll & Cu $ BroHdbent!, .A. M'Kingiley. Wing "J hit presumption ,is,*that the;orders thus !**'. .: .... Liiii d- ,..' 1,"
, On which & Harris nnd A .1 T Wrijht.8th. by the said Judge were first sanctianedalid, e '
on'the .wt.1.
We hear shot dead spot. -
:. Sir- deeply to was ; '
regret !
Dear .. vecJ by the said BoaM&e .
; -Schooner Round Pond Hardih" "IL. II.'j
that famine is still contin- his made a furious attack D, Ne v. .1 "w :t' .. .It :
Jo Ireland companion York.lOih.. But it i j. not my w 1s hfto; hrink: from ny -" coatry/ lit. 1,4.. "

,: :'Cthere its work of death. Feeling upon the man who had fired, with .a,sa- .-Steamer Wrt. Qartoa; Mendell, Savaa- rwnponiibility. 1 did adfocmtt the ,. St-.hlCr' ....... ,;.14 N'. FJ\.lU:l' 41. '!

.1ft to aid in alleviating this dread- bre; but was soon overpowered by another nan, via Darien, Brunswick, ami St. Mar,., 'e' the apartmrnu ibe Court'Hue o pt 'Ran_ .rt a. ,- 1Qis1.. U; j

*lutl herein transmit five shot. Believing himself be dying Holmes Co. :'bpeaufte I consi lIt l'd, useycri r .t",1, :Jia' .Mt .it.. l :
}i Tamity, ,xve I 11h.-Steamrr .Sarah Spalding, Lake must that j it wu ,wcewary _tbe Probate n ,Sperm.; .e i 't J
with which please pur- he at disclosed the whole Secret Bailey, : 'I'll 111.1.. .. ?. .s ::
: tvad dollars, once Munr e.T..F rnll..d..z.x Bisbee.-:, k 'i; hould h*ve a publi,anpermunntpIcenf Allipor 1' 73"..., ;.
gfood, and ship for distribution into i of plans, location of party, &c.- CLEARED. lie, thatkept tn,:. private pee, they Wer I tiJl... 'S .b lTo.1sft.: (t t.;:;, : I

Lj effect the greatest good to the Search was immediately made, and 7ih.-Steamer.Srah 5paldrnBail, !Lakif from' many "obviou cautfej 10 drltfucllon ,Bacon Ltrd.Buttej.-; 'ii,. 11" e..)", : WI': lIt
i .
number of the suffering poor. fourteen others arrested in one of the un raft. MoreoverI thought. I Wat s4t4t1Idtu.'vn '- 1b. :10r.4'i'lIl.. ,..:.j r'
test 8thU S Mail Steamer Si Matthews, ChasV *cvthought tbe Board, and'ullowrd.\I > ... -iL; ; ;108. H,. ,, .
fours' most respectfully, houses, about a quarter of a mile out- Savannah.. s the arne. A. to the repairsnf the Jail, ,;* ."1. .J.,. :isj' : J>, "\0-.I

.f \' CORCORAN&RIGGS. side of the wails, where was found four- 9th.-Schr. S B'A*hmt'', Siiles Nhw JToric.llth. .- for that purpose was presented ',to "'"".}! Dwo '.bw.1 bush j'lo',', '..' is" I"'., f

To Myn ert Van Schaick, Esq., teen horses and five mules secreted in,aback .-Steamer W m. Ga to., MeadclJ, Satan? .lanuary. 1816 Setttun of the 6 Relief Commit- h. olul fun.of the Board, the Judge of Probate' 'lb. .' ... 1' .
of the I Irish one American and nineteen XIS SI F
airman yard, dered issue !71d "..1.. .
to proposals, nnd lie did .o. '. .. t : .
I ..NeV York, English muskets, fourteen escopets, Presentment of the Grand Jury, Barbee offered the lowest OrQlaI-lh., .tie FJ#'IIt .J.. f I t' iJ.. .J'- j '
,J twelve pistols, twenty three saddles and were completed, bill passed am),warraou ,.U. 10. s 1 J I .
fifth Baliimore Sun. OF THE COUNTY OF DUVAL FOR grud. -
1Itf"rllorl.- (' .t /- n.: It' Ir
the Treasurer tbe samel : as
the same number of bridles-about four by for ,' t
WASHINGTON, May 31, 1847. and MAY TERM, 1347. The book case was for the reception of Gi. .'gaIL.II at .s. f t I', i
of ammunition
hundredweight n It
Dublin Relief committee hesita- At a Term tit* the Circuit Court of the Eastern Records. The chairs hare aiwnys been NII-, H it. It: M ..
The receive the contribu- great number of sabres. The wounded. Circuit of the Stum of Kjuriiiu' held at the Cuuil the Circuit Court. )', .. .4 J 11.. ,1't. 1aW ,

d it If'tms' to and Louisiana man was brought to the hospital, wherehe House in Jacksonville, fur the County of Duva), mi The Bill flf Stationary Cl dIes/ tape, D .Ii.. C.1"' i ,: I

koiii from Maryland on died between ten and eleven o'clock the tnenty-soveiitti day uf May, in lhe year uf our sand, dipper, ribbons, &c., of Mr. :B p"" S. .1 .II. I ,. F

Licoretfmt they were from slavehol- Lord, utiu thouaiid eight hundred mid forijseven. Holme, wa for the Clerk of Circuit I 10. ., .. f4 f"
ammunition -
yesterday. The men arms }, '..
It' .1 t41
[ had actually refused to re- Court, for Record Books, talionary :
eri. They donation from tbe London &c., were all capturrd and broughtto 1'resent, the HUll. THOMAS DOUGLAS, Judge, &c., $ F lit. .1' '.. U, 1i !

tire the wise enough how- the city. There cannot be a doubt And now on thi ilaj, the vjrttinl J ury empatiriel. I For the Judge' of Probate. ,' fur' ,stationary nlstraroT's N otlee. .' tt

playera.! They were as to their designs. The cutlasses were led and sworn L', enquue in uud lor the boily <>fSHid &c,. $ HS titer datP.1' ahaU '

rer, to take the subscription of the all ground to a fine edge, andthe horse COUIII). returned into Court and being ,liiy| The whole amount of stationary, &c., acr4Wl "rrnrber R. admini'lnuor PntHDt; my tt1t
Their called &c.. obtained by me, therefore wa. $ / ati ;
,!t-holden. scruples are very by llit-jr Forvrnun, then preaeiKwd to Ihn'MoQrt", Iatt of Dun' '
mountings are very tine. The whole the Court their I insistuppn it that I was and ani" Hon. enunt1. ?
Imilar to thoie of some children who eenpral pieentrr.ent, which i ic iu I ., Jgfl5r of Prnbnte :c
matter will be speedily inves word and wit i small amount stationary and other articles "
molasses wharf out probably tigure 1111 follows to ; (qsI It'e"ent' IJr said .. ..
on a and
i-ere licking tigated, and we trust they will receive The Graf Jury for the County of Daval now i. allqded to, and the greater part ofi; j jutjll at'. Im apply forpu.r. 'i
nd.mi., ; j:
;he rent. One of the at length their Geo, in *tf nion in the discharge of the duties ipcuinbent, Fur nitre than a year prior to this purchase ..Ifli"t Ior,'Pf which all I
puniashment.-Sav. .
interposed, and criedout, "don't lick proper upon them, ha\e been roirstrainud by what they II-PD m)' private uttftidnary for tin iD I: ell.1ft, al'p df"lnod In takp ponoa.,. ,.. '1L
swored. consider their duly to tlin jicojle, more County purpose and am surp that not. JAMES .
molasses for the captain isspeciaiiy : ACKtR. tt,
that Jeremy Bentham. Mr. Rush Admr, .t
our hal b used from the _
Macedonian is the IHX puyer IIflb Co'|iuy, to make the folkmiiig fn by mR I
lam I glad to see that the Embassador dining one day with the rresentmtnt; would replace what I huve taken from my oJ : c

to be fitted out, at lilt, through the exertions eccentric Jeremy Bentham, had a long. That it uppvurs fror. account which have been The office I now h<
of the Boston committee, and conversation with him respecting the i laid before lln-rrt very considerable amount uf the first t.i.httun.oribi. State, without

that the Irish may soon havean money has been paid out of the County Treasury test solicitation on my part, and at a time
starving United
tate l. "Keep salaries emoluments) worth nothing. I
molasses your upon the order of the Judge of Probate of said were nextto
opportunity to lick that low said Kentham "it is ted sacrificing to ',' .
; one of the County a. President of ifoe Board of County myselfwith spirit

although the captain has, no doubt, secrets of the success of your Govern- Commissioner The prfoumptiun, i is, that the chaotic mats of Probate buiines to tome .. "'.< ,..*. .

jtvorn at the delay, and been a little ment. But what is this," he enquired, orders thus given by the said Judge were first IInd.vllt..m.. and have been tolerably I .

sanctioned nun approved by the said Board, though. I challenge investigation into my books. ;.
worn at, "called the Board of commissioners .. PRESIJThf-r = .. '
Navy and paper Th executive and heads of OF .
no evidence of that fact hits been .r'd lo the THE .
The Territory cf Minnesota is lookin That you have lately set up? I don't Grand Juiy. 'Hey have in vain 'looked for any partment uf this Stale, have th'iught: proper t ) : 't
-a large number of industrious mend ouch of official I conduct as has
op understand it. Mr. Rush explained it law which authorizes the Judge of 1'rolmles to or- part my .r

New England settlers are going into it. to him. "I 1 can't say that I like it," replied tUr the disbursement of the public funds upon his to their notice; and in concluding, I "' / of .

Their mills are already making musicin uvtn reflpu ilibihl)'. but from what evidence' the that I was appointed not by Diva the Aet of CODgreu. ','
Benthnm; "the simplicity of your Grand Jury have had in relation to this matter, by the Legislature of this Stnte, and ",An 4 et elfabJiah : (
the wild woods. An immense .to1 .
amount '
has Legislature shall in a couilitutional manner :
public hitherto beenone -A
departments some eight htjodred, dollars have been thus paid in Florida "
-dressed lumber will be sent down of the recommendations, but boards out IIf tiM Treasury since; tho commencement uf prupersoremove' me, I will submit.' .f .l\farch flpproyed 08 _

from the Falls of St. Croix to St. Louis make the year 1846.Th" WM. F. ; 1833.; JAMES : i
screens anything goes wrong, Jacksonville, June lILA, 1847. Ptesidet ,. .' '
and New Orleans. Gen. Gushing and don't know where find the offender Grand Jury further present that a very the United .

his Massachusetts regiment will settlein you to considerable amount of the money thys paid out ; fo hereby declare, .: ".
; it was the board that did it, not bus L'es for purposes not auihori,d by law, and Volunteers for Mexico i known that .
Min-ne-so-ta after the close of he war. one of the members; always the board- in the xercise ut their functions, tiiev leel nniifiivd Public generally and the young t .t the Land public sale:; : I

It will be a favorite resort, too, for the the board. by e sense of duty to say, thai j in rlier opinion THE arti uIQr. relierehy i informed, that F'"pid.Office. at Tal-

soldiers of New York and Pennsylvania, many of ihe.e expenditures have b..eni'uprovidt.iii.eiravagaflt. rt' t'.ive.J assurance of acceptance- 'shaTrpfttceefn' t'of th Ql d : I.1 !A--...jRe.1. '

and many of tbe Western regiments, Ra >k of Pursers.-By an official order und unneces upon in life, performance of their dgnes to cay, VOLUNTEERS, for the oilean- War. to lfor town of pomrnencing ..' 'i.iM
who will !take their bounty Janda.i. i in from the Navy Department, we perceive that tn ikeir pj'inion the Coumy Cuinmisi>ioners during the continuance thereof in pUfll 8n of/day/ the 4th'Qay of October next toi ".< : :

Minnesota, instead of selling them to a that Mr. Mason has. settled the I in thin respect ijayp eithrr neglected or improperly rt'qui.itiop.from the (President of the United SI&lf. J s,i l !

sutler for & mess of pottage.At Question. of rank held bv the Pursers in perfonnrd the dujjej j impnscd upon' them by their upon this Slate, and feel assured. ihsf, in maki5 nambered two. three, fsar. six, -nil. '.; Uf'-' :.18.,.:I

the navy on a firm basis. Pursers of. oaths ol office, by the jaw, and by the ,public interests. an appeal to the patriotism and priije of.I the you ,ten,eleven) ,'twelve! ,fourteen,fifteen,#ixieenf! '" ,',: : 1.-:. .
As tin inslanccpf this improvidence of the .Slate, I h.lI.nut be disappointedmy two, twenty ",' '
a meeting of the New England than men ren, nineteen, twenty twenty Ii
more twelve years standing have would cull. the attention nf Ihe lax ,payers of this expecjntit-n of a ready and wiljhig respon; ,twenty-euflWe ,' : ;-I
u..ent"fo""nJ-fltf. .
Anti-SIavery Society at Boston, on the the rank of Commanders of bill of $114 41, J. A. f
those county to a brought by numbers as well a. enlhusiHStic feeling I in siinj"' ht. thirtv, thittyrpne. thi y-two. IIn )-ruur. l lI"I' j
:25th ult., the following resolution! was less than twelve years, the rank of..Lieutenants. Brbee against Duvai Coumy. and paid by orderof ,.fihe character and pride of the'tate. and'' "' -- th"irtv5x thiny..p' farfJve .J

introduceJby Wendell Phillips, Esq:. the Judge of 1'robatecfI4iI Counii, containing honor uf ihp American flag. Tb. men who kort1.two. fllrI1.tbrcr. f"rt1?fu r. forty-six,-*--.. k *I!j?* *i ithlt

Resolved, That the speech of Daniel items of various building materials for the requ'uilion are not wanted toY )I the j ht, fiflU 6f'i ". fifitwq, lifty4.!ur,fifty. ,1t I t..
Uebiurat construction and huiahing of'tiparl.nt.iits fur the and fil. uf the regular army ur to cintlIiIuleafifty.jjafty.eigbt' sly.twu l aizIhrfP.1* tI tJ
Charleston, South Carolina, Who Suggested it.-The Bahimore be. cut of the Judge of Probates and County CornmisToner chanical sulilier!. from necesnity or.the farce ,uf.ixtiJC; sity..even, sixty-eighi. seaty.. f 0f1. :J .

in thoae very streets whence the Venerable Snnofthe 21st ult. says :-W.e learn ; Also, J. A. Barhee's bill of lime, hin.. cur.staneeib'ii they are. called upon ir) that"r. .eyenty.fiYl", eventyiiZ seviniy.eibt! sevs f ,f ,J .

agent of this commonwealth was from an article in the Washington gfi, piaste'ing, &c., amounting to $33 37; Also. nf |iiotrotisi! too in all the prjdsiildiW of tJa IIS ., eigblyeiht.s elhty-seven. eighty. i ; ..4 j

*o lately and so insultingly driven if it Union that before the late I 'operations one of $5 lit, .paid to the same persou for glazing con-cious, of his riglil and scrun/ou/ t ninety. ninety-one niiwtytwo. ninety-six, ,' ., .i i
be looked & .| together with" bill of wt""I '.lhre.dollars fur the'honor and, glory f the Suite 10 .jiijrthe? ;.jfnft ninetynin ,OPO hundred* one baa,1,1
on as any thing else than the in the Gulf, under Gen. Scott, were on book rae for Jydge of Probate, all ot whicb vance "f.our victorious army, alred) wiy"11 tY *lei and*two one b-'-ndrndan4btTeflflChU1dtM '7 ) ,'.4' ,1,

loose talk of a fnwing office seeker, IS undertaken Gen. Taylor was consulted, articles were fur the sole benefit of the Judge of *h.'n distance of the Capitol 1 otte:MIiC9e,. four one hundied.* d sionehundrrd and ,n't. '

grossly false. so far as it undertakes to and in September last suggested a large 'i'rubntes and County Commissioners for the public, and .,aIdiut. fur a seusbii in der/// aodVifbt.onehundred and lea, .r. :'. r

J'fprelQt the sentiment of Massachu- of for such County Duvai.. J iHewi.'. a bill of some 80 low this privilege !o the numbers" 'leftI1liinJm hundred and eleven,. n0 )hundred and .. t ;i';

sett and body regular troops an ex dollars jpuid lo Holme.& Co. fur candles,brushes with anxixns feeling t" the same l'r.| r::: hundred 1 and, hundred .,and -' t!): i
is !
the such as no worthy son of pedition. This induced the call for prnknives. dipper., ribbons, sand, etc., etc., a take. and share wjih !them in the glorJ!Js hundred ,end mte n. ne'hundred Hhteeu J t" ;.1 .

Sttte would have uuered with the the ten additional regular regiments. greater part of which we consider entirely urine ments iiftiicnjpiiign l and thn refL't"1' and ,,one !hqndred mud ninetef, one hundred ,I it: I

tostoryof the last ten years fresh, as it ce'*ary. Also, a bill of $7 5Q for three chairs, inevitably ,'ow from the : twentvone hundred! and tweniytwp.OnPbUfl-, .I;"':

should hem his that Mr.I Web- Opinions Jlbroad.-The Kingston, oil'of which were for the use of the County Clerk. certain reduciion ..that magnficfit, | .cr1 WRf'lln Id 11:1 and r.w..n'r.-th,. one hundred_ami,iwrnty. .f J
: II
memory; ,.
Ittr'. and Judge of J ,ubl1t .i-r .the County of [)uval. which are situated those lately "flUf"--- ih& titndrMud 1".t.r'. iugeuwr wiI. _
( in thefall of tJ'a
cravjn silence, there and else- jnadaVhig, alluding to The Grand nlso tbnt they have named lots, oteifl-'
.Jury present palaces! uf the Mojjtfzumas.! 'I of the. foUawin- I IukiassP'
where on the great subject which now Vera Cruz, and the easy capture of the examined the County Jtiul.n4 j in connexion with \S'hois there with an American he/lit an ,t ynrt.iQn; the donatioirof ten ar.r!*. made ;,18_tM ,- .f J
darkens Le national Mexican it is the large sums whicb have been paid: for tine "f Cqmpany.viZ: LoU au1ft- .of
n horizon, dreading i capital, says surprisedthat resist ,the'leJnP ati l) to :enrojjhimse// Railwad j' ,.::1.I :1._ _
to call things by their plain names, and Mexico should have had the temerity the I a lit year, CfJIIl4ilh.rino he better, fitter! aiuical- those who are to share in this,.,perltr I bVei forty-seven fifiy.nine! sixty, ..'me. 1':5 l'1aa4
culated fur the absorbing the .public eigbtytwo Ibtri '!. ,
seeking.ander to handed with moneys grand of the many.brilliant attacks ,rp 8tlldi. I fei .o,lIeenty..b : ,tf ;
cover of ambiguous phruto cope, single than for the safe keeping of crimjuals. They already wb pty.four. p 1 1cottcdin
cent victor!** won tvandj> | '
to avoid the censure of either sec- what must UQW be confessed-though would recommend for tin sake of health and I cleanliness the last ui i'y-that w iU be this :T offering, ol lhe_sovnefltOp1 '1 niwilIIs 11aU r-.: -
ili! of tbe countfy, marks him as uri- somewhat unwillingly-one of the most that the,inferior vI'I lhe Jail whitewashed grand strugL''in which all.our .'tn have 1 th*, day.appoiaiiia,and proceed..we !

Worthy the name of a Statesman,and powerful Nations in the two hemispheres.Gen. as often as once in'three months, and ia-other respects already tiarlicmaied' and .jH icirhneriflmble t forh.miipIvi II.. nderiiwhich they are advertised.hall I.w krenientdisyJitch. rH ;f' .
*- whole bateT.rpqrand
attention be paid to' the health and ;i ntH $h.
shows him more ,... .. ame.. i'4b
a man willing sacrifice his comfort-- of iu inmates. The-- -incklcemPfttIof- -1 a pecunirf i tu_ -e'J .100,' : ; { ; ; the lain thus d !:' But Ute l.1 :,1 _

.oWD selfrespect j the. welfare of the coun- : Shleld8-The New Orleans The Grand; Jury would further ,present, that if a are'by nt menns.insignificant.' J-1In I : sale 'JaU'tI oi bekept npenloug.vhantwoyreeks, J 1 -' -_ _

try, the claims humanity, and thetrue I Delta of the 22d ult. says:-We are reasonable economy waif observed. in the disbursing addition the pave volunteer, and nLpriYate entry to any_ U* will be"admitted :" J".\ '"
to regular t"
honor of the of the public moneys belonging to the County, '! for a until 4ter the exm/atiw."f th,1[wo week- "
hear that letters jrall'
nation ambition gratified to have been tl.. from '.
to personal followihg! extract A. ." .4
inxo ,
or which' may hereafter. rri this I possession 4Jt4 I .GHKH underwy: lnd. at lP.Cn1. tr-. _ "itcessj; nnd that his course, received in this city, from >he Aid ..of of this County a fund might be collected' t1 applied 1&tnAttime, ,an :additional pprol1'tlllttA',4b0'f( Jq.7. ton.tdWfltyfit5tdY'M15 AnllO.ynr.nnal..f it' 1.

giving, as it do!S'iheVei ht of his name Gen Shields, dated Jalapa, the llth,ult. for tbe purpose of paying Jurors and similar! /orwi1ifiE1yiiiow.t1 r;p1l. plJ't.l. 'Fscb"private. cer eon.nnI':: it'fI.
o false Ideas is conxi eri'dan mustered '. { i"I .
nl1d' false misleading him as so rapidly improvingas objects thereby reIl4t'rillg"whaf'.lp :rly II thel1.eaad\"AU < t
bopea, represents & ,enriited '&c", I. L" nnw .. ,. j _
I "Mrc '
the 5ouihefn to induce tho belief that the irksome'duty one somewhat objectionable. ,,#" ,:. ,s; J .P-. &:: ); :. t--..: ''is'{
mind and it in in VOI JJ ttr.o..C iIJp.i' .. -. ; .5con1n1iis.kncnf -
With buoying AH of which, J j if resneclfully submitted-wirti the any ; .nd. _-.,". D.grTuurID. 'H'.>' [ ,
rub confidence in its base and of a few weeks he will be able to. 'visit request_ that It $e', published in the Jacksonville 41&r1R8 tAe preient car pcil I _IWk1L14 the Genera] dOS'. .;i' : : 1..If."t- I t
may '
ritl _
United ; 4ehIL I receive an hun'urab' Jbe T '! '. > tN')
Policy \the State o. in f
narnpg him not only as a News; BAXTER. ::orcIit nf oUpd.,'ic r.ick c rI'4', .: '' iiI
traitor to "' Foreman Grand Jpry. j fi aiscourse 'g a, .J .NotIC'E
the TT .
principle, of the Free -% Ji*' -f -r ,, of,such serTJcefprrwr : : .
Sta.tea but the real enemy of that Union ConnecticzaThe Legislature* of I,OSCAR HART. Clerk( of sai' )J Court, lo hereby before, the txpbmita of,hg ,nf.e JJJ,. h rn"coaseqUelC tn! pnvijance' fthejrwfiona'r (tfe JC ,.elCa f; -
which !lie Profe : the Connecticut has rejected a: proposed certify the foregoingf-'to 6! cirrpct exemplification of.wttIfl4t, ,4-tt, ( grevs, ..aprrn.iod.2.I..Mar l 1.1833, entitled." A* hjti !
'Q wh.ole es to .adore-as amendment to the State Constitution and"'true copy oj the 'original presentmenVof .nthle.1 ia. :.CJive a .eer' : .rtw! n. Acttoestablisb! a'w!n,:BtjS.Murkt.t the Regis. '';. ::.
timid belfishriess and false the Grand JurY uf laid County-made at sajd'ternrnf 'J..aD! t r" .Land at TiJI ha,. 4;1i
Qunlel War .Dppiein..t b.izocai4 ter avT RI"t'.yflr.h the ,Odin _______
contribute most to its overthrow -' striking the word 'WHITFfout'of"tha1 said Court, and now '? l tJ.ft _

; Iud this influence would be more instrument, so as to 'place negroes and In WITHES?'WHKRKor," I'hereunto'nett. ; t! y, AIii ) lni tl" .".eprtl&.1\ itwi ,atur.nlanJ 1ftJ:11ffJYCtJ1flda'wl: f'.j<-i" ,
s.] hand and .affix'* the seal of 'jaid. jIt3 .fur,r!.tFY.'t(4ca1deitcv'ht14 ,;' 4 m cW' iheJozadt.'giiaied .ii. 4purc1 :
2rwe but that iiis long and well whites on ,the same footing)in ,regardto [ my ., '. 1rneh'.tnn. of : .:t t: :o' ;
Court. -f .
** ? i I : .14'uliosal
i tb i 1J _j ,
: ?
Tile 11 v ll OI' ( dl t ,
stood _! from
the Jcryilit J) while it has lost him. suffrage. vote ayes 142to I !OSCARHART., '. Clerk.' o1; ,,dc=o" r .,I rn!, .Also. 'l \r ?, Sy. ot. l".G > 'tJW ars! "t l4, i _
c-onfideuw of the north, has been I I 68 nays-two thirds being required. place,udisc1sttrge! l IaPII I :.TasKleMe.immediece.1hi4isrr such'iroprw-'men\syibej;.than the,.wMf'ihefwfi.bajlVjina 'of 't., '. ; the Suuth, with the contempt it To the Editors of'T4e.1Yws- th, &um,p11 WCflt,) 0js.tPJJe paid, isa UifiK |o ih*;sure'tV bu j Mid{ to:{.11. 'j 0 (.f,. IjbevihslbIi

4eaer'es. and that. hia awkward hvpo- ALBANY, May 29,-A planter arrived GICHTS-During aKetMayT;rm of the Circuit I,at11: n.'D' t, UDtb'i, tlJ.b'l1Pit.1, States, ,'A ,*, bi.\aMherIy' ? s.,."ernsd. .i pay toths, .ojir."r",

C.!J'YJn the of elec-, here from New Orleanslast"evening Court <*f: this County;,:the, Jurors ,.of thisCfrunty Jr, .I ,U.! ," tt'. '., .w"erI.m; 'n, '.." .( ....1;' : 'l'shill I It _
Zion eve presidential two-slaves. have thought} i .u' crown their Ubors,, 4.lo.i ep { t -tJf 't.1f 'i.i and "h'q. a'jafnriI and i t ntntIM'D' ikerefiw !
dec jyp.I.DO with The abolitionists .i'! Iel : ItfI.J1. wd rTytiti f "m.h8'hidr, Am'. s1 _
one but himself. IT/ill'ing...and prtkcu/ing to !.:Mif jmt{> ir Court.' Th" beat mf.ltcal.i f J S i f1t {

were apprised of it, and: thetwo'sla'11 H PresrDtmeni.cbarging lhe.Jufjg s of lrubate unit : \ .:,i' f lit .h 1L. ;*.nf\.. .Jc!_,;. ._; .!.11'. ..:" ."afl". .' r. reba1b.rii...,' i "..._.,'.hdr. "JM.. _r,..t, ,r.iid'_..., ...{: .i-f.J.IIt 0 _______
GU.RILLA: I'ARTIKS. were arrested and brought ,'before.'a with ,'-; '.1 -','" .-' > ic a[ QI tb t. .,.of,alP an .dtD ftI
'rj> ( Cou'niy: uij-mi."iclJler.r: hi-.3U<>uiJtjrl, hav :fDen, .?s,," *].*? oA.i'f- l&t'\ft to tb 'eei 1 ti s-Jr r:, j9
Atn e following is the account from the judge of the county ..court. '{the: f rt luffKpfnd the fuiuls:"f,ih fCguuty,jrt a manner i *AMS wreU'iS: it sy.!., ,f ton shall' nni t'r.p b t t ru" Jir: '

.T rican Eagle of the the 22d ult., of set them .at ,liberty, and told:thera>tbat unauthpriiwi by Inw.extravajjant and) Mnnpcensary. ;1l'U'jU! a.f 't"e ; Hatpt uc, I.,. nf that or of4 nth r-lM 4e14ithat i -.n.i and p.lrJe bitI al'on' 4V
.. PcThif1
1which JLe.1pture 'of the Guejilla' parties, ,to. ,they were; "free* ,,'I'ley.,.,* sped'fromthecoloredujob About.v ei al l$300 pat ibedc,' hay.ifjlwii f By.instniede.has, iitptti
oar correspondent alludes in.his! ..and returned,to their ribbons.Iladune"ssnd4pprs.&C.. ;"yf're I h'I"oM.1."..WIll.. bet !l1Et.snahtbe meanI1,QQYt'Vaft f'f '' to.JR.' forhe ", ;,;1 I\I" .( !JJ' ? .J JJII 4ttwWch
-.01' H lr.t iho-leerut
d cr.o the lalt date.. A party.o, this .master.' who, left for New; York: this ", 1.should not hyaTeI&m, elrjnsIifie4 Iqtiiking; .., ..,"most,. ,. .I'.c1f'n'[ ""f"\he lutvI 'raJ1DC'' to'i'Cn4ed sta:1: .; /I Itiji
$ !Pt.iol rai : '*' V'' .iC4lof tbi papitr.'but.that J-J1. d''r tQ d' nmnaft1r. ym 1 "
capiied yterday p .f "> ,* ..,. .., "
evening: utJ.1 .
ort1Jngabouro; :, .:* *..- tt" tuf\tceTtaWde; ig0flg] purions iii We eniieavoivd-to ; "'.. ,10'.; Ji\h t !# h :rrC.m.fttt i '" '
; p'clacfc a. short:.diiflCefrom '>' c ,... ?" WI
/141 1
% -' thnujghotit tbacouotry$ rumorth4tl bate oe"ipEciE at ,1. 'J' !\1 (1 i-: :/0 .r/- ,
spread : of.a .,
.t % .f
the y % ...
|ate. of at the The in time for ." "''
lOQ1hw .Akrcv, : expenses, of peace; pieseflied by the ." Jury;fd having made taunt &c'P.J' nd' he' i.-i.1l. 'i r J;+. dwrfir4y .Act' "I ,. faftl. ,

l tem.end' .of the :city; *bich. ( the army and navy in Mexico will,'it'iscomputed .aff.IWpron '-uM';,of'.,County, fund .i ;.By Tef.fencf ;':\' o-.r '. jb ('fi. .no 7 ,pn- ttPlHe- i.'bt.Ja. ... ftiifi r .. 'I

facti that :* & 10 Hat papej-..U t.ppear>ihat'w weltcharg. {, Itn"left t.4wL 1 -. :,h'fl.f fiiSc1 Vit t' ,!.. .* jg
i5 ** *$ *$; s *' ;amount. tovabout $ 6OOOOOOper ; 9, 't ,i if1b -'t' t" !t _
leeri hm been madft afamrttnei but that it Ii ib*Coonty -' i .wi \ l.m' > UI
5pmeosedof a:regularly: an'niuD,;:this -is'aUbaboutt bo sum, rJini.ri"o ; tL l j- 'r'. uAWxtfi**' ,
Commis1ners* are tfiarein charged ,with .t L1NGSTOcg' '; '
M. W : : G \ / cpj
% '
robbers, .and,.cutIt that Mexico"i iilly'1ie4 from her haviBjf.roade an'extravagant> : and:tmnec si.ry:e'xpeivJiture ', '. : ,. ", '. : onnei, rn f "twt -' "
"r ;, .. ;
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I. hall expose (or tale in frbntlif the 'CoitrtHbuie L ; CO' ";mnc A'1't :Ad-l'oVi t'J 1
,. II i11.DE JM .
., 'dftor in the Town'.br irfNewnanii|./bo'theAcond ii 1 id litO'! :._t" ''U'WiJ ji W:. ., I

.' ..: ,,.. ::rf, s Monday of July nextiketweJBnjhe boars ; $ 'bi' M- u1fMSi4.'t sn J.Iujt ; io5tb .

I&i\& .:, -. : of ten and two o'ct k.o!much of:the undlfidedinterert : '.Wll (fJlrb : : : 1 i B.D1W ; \Thher: ..WJl.A.J."u.Sc.\ .t :

: ? \ *: "- I f pc., i of the followtflj;'named perWni Jn;:fiid'"ip aven-nted.tvMi 3.the.stnrjt. .' 4 ; \tJ, .1 k,:; .bh01atfTTT1t1OIfl. .f ..,QI,_n'H ,..J'..:.N.-... .f.'. S
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tH' t.'J .. I'r u tain'trw or parcel'of. land,known ai'tlie'Alachua I $ Assortment of DiJ'Q i' .,
:av .I'.E BE5IDENT'OP.. B'oil Armlnndo' Gnmtai irill'aatitly'and;pay. P. cUT11E1tid-: .pfovtsioni' <, &e. ;4aU a.J.:.;>' bich t! WM. P. 'ITI, .'

; .' Ii. the State arid Countytax'"due.on Vaid Inteiviia for or. rQbJl! patronqe w o d ; to'self! aVmlnrrd pricsv*!: : ,- A14'n' .

i ,1J1LEDSTATESai_ : the year 1846 and all legal Wtii and charRe* of GQO'?ir- **H ,. !:to purchase:,Cotton*; LT7oi1y.--._ -;,A3DcoNa -:,bS. :E.I..: .

;i : J JABfiS K, and ab ;idt :the 'adrtiriUeinent 'and .,. <;therein/ They are now-receiving < !? produer. f 1' .k .Jaw, I, t tI : v: ; 'J< : Wiii.; 'tir'aaj; i..1
wilt make
Fpnrsuancvof to oa.hand a genet af assort "*, .arid cash. si1mcins, '
I .' .: j of the United Th intern of Jeromey J\ihnibn .or N.'wIu. '1; ',.' ; I'..friends' in Sasnaah1anS inasr the C di 1.i", .

; States of America, do hereby declare J nrheintereit of Williiim Thora; r \ s. t. DTry J?Goods.'' .' '."- (. 'J : {I rl rld. ,

and make kr@w. \that public sites will ',Thp1ntt'i&Mthe, hfiri of WT.'lo.r. 1t'R' : t+.... ;,m ,o.e Ha : new, article of .Wrbittht Irw ", < "''''. ':'

i ; land The '.. .t of John R. Townaend. r <1'- Whir.b:t., .. ; ,, :would! rrspecifally call. 'l.i I -L: 1M.]
t l c. h'eld at The ihtereat of John M. Seaman It.-ll! L WF JfOSSnn: E: . .a!
; : offices ;in the Stte of ajtfceperiods The interest of John N. Sai.' ,. :" "H ment fC1'I' I y. 6. tf t;- .'.. : S"-.t'lfoINlr..t be..J4IC S,

hereinaW viz : The'interest of Rogera and frict. ;M ., : d ", !; t
designfed/ navms; cnroe in. l : : : ,iI,
j. & The interen of Cyraa Perkins. BOOKS ,sod (e buy I mfJ.t3' y.: Will! practtc. :jlttb. C
: 4 At theland office at St. AUGUSfNE. crm of IchaHnd .. .. S '! I and Jeweller. ii_ Ala hAQtomm&afi.n.rif ,1CIf
: it twelfth of July The interest Pralt for.the Cash I bfI!, illlw : ._ I. .. -
aWinr on Monday n The interest of Aaron Perk. 5 Mim-WEttT.. .w
; or : :
: : j of ti A df within I ? ,
t.qti; trie next,limits for the, of disposal the undenWiontownships public ,p The interest of Morder Mr Noah.intere .- w'TTbe t sfdelsewjiersv'' ., ', RHPf'Ctr rrYUfo'm.the citizen* .AUGUSTUS, : iLL>>>

.4 \ .i. ( IAIV1FJ ,.. '. ,.:: eksnnvilIedIt.vicimty.thar :oHNB i: AN) C
*rw7 .t7jn
.1 : :
-Ii The interest Noah J .
a"tI. .J.B.JJidH.nd.ol,
; ; has removed in:the house'o '
.t .!)Wl''t1f 6 )toKM aattfprincipal 'The interest of Mordecai My.,. i i n\ G...'' !_ eI1 adjoining th* one re* necticot;. ana D"id.,,; .. < .
% *: meridian. \ The interest of the heira of within ,1
: A1t"underfulr. JacV.onvilIe, Marrh ; bcr-upled, the r.St..i.
: as printing ,
i&TiI ..
of -
ent1..1 lght.Townships The intereitof Frederick '
Marquand. : '
Township'twenty-one; : "'
:' 44 If'; t twenty one and tw uwo, of ranre The interest of Gilbert L"wis. BAPTIST Sta ."an. nd is now pre T rlt

i vP.'* t < nine. \ The interest Bloodjood arid Thomas TiIIilt nAnd pfl l rromptitud..11 orders eon* S w, :P9 q :.

H iif"i twenty and nine* tn<| iection.six. I misoso mrch of'the undivided interest'. ., line'. S S ,
t4 I. eighteen 1M, I.
Townships ; FLORIDA Jd also that be deter ,li' ,
: of ranged. say nas r A I
::1? p in township! twenty the same said Grant of the following named piOfli :J",
i in future, exclusive ,
attention! HF. of -
% nineteen twenty one:, li aa will the State tax for the 1845 course insirnetiniSchool. .
; eighteen pay year Subscriber .:
: .Townships -\ THE J branches. He renders bis i i, f.ond. .
i: 4'i .r range thirty'one. and the State and County tax for the year 1846., Jacksonville friends' who have him d uji., .
I 'g .t '.:'Townships eighteen and n'n.or. rng. and all 'legal costa and charges in and about'the If 1ilverfts.mentand the triustithebii'ezeis artveo doctonini1anaL.Ey' St.41'
t -: .1 sale thereof wit : rv4 CD en.ti'coffi'te. tn 1t her, -
: ;: thirty, two.Towaship eighteen of range thrPf''. The inlrre.lof A. D. Forest.The tral tn polities; shall tn merit if. 'lfe..tbd.hIP -'at "
i 1 and in Religion, shall be .* in.i.i. hnsiness he eel I. fnr # b '
( : J-r NEWNANltE interest of J. Delnno. ran "Wt
t !'V; .., : At the land office at com. The interest of John Rodman. The p per will. 'to. give satisfaction. and l bis be t suit their noj.. i* in Irfe.'arl 'lId.ii
1 : the rnnteffltj Of July the : d.j .
Monday Baptist d ; iiids'reasOnabm
3 snencihg en ; &U )
t ti.;' : of the publiM, within The interest of R. Davenport.The "v as The regulations i. the '
i j for the disposal and shall h* particularly '
.ext. with th
: c ic undermentioned hip' and I interest nf:T. Dnremnn. single MilD rfwisal <,Ir
: the limits of the of the Southern and ,Watchen' repaired in the bes r" S
1 1 ;:t t township' to wit: 1 The interent ofth. heira Thomas. Dexter. secular aad Religious and moral advancement ofji. ,,,
fractional horte i notice.
cisc ;
tile iiln'i.
The interest nf J. ..
; : t 4 and East oj l Suydam. of Florida'it shall enn inrj..tff..rto., .
: ike bate line incip 2G. I 1845. The .
} ..vtl'.J I The interest of Benjamin L. Wait Prec-pinr de ires mpil lai '
tieridian. gation.Toferfrove i vice, : t.. .
-, 1.
The interest of Barnabas Osburn. : *. habit nf kind an.1to f.nlm.
: 1 t ti Township nine, of range fourteen. The interest Shiven Parker. ''eti the mllllHo the WII gi of'C' ..aen.lp. !influence them rather iaf .
bv anprinciple
:: :; Mtwentvtfwif tbe trordly 'I"dj
k i t twenty toSmproi '
Fractional townships thi THOMAS C. ELLIS < fiRSH 1 P heretofore; "S"Ii": It .' tlu- ht..rr. .b.n
II -n:. q_' nine and thirty. on itncjf 4 be itf lading f turvs.J > ,. ..
Z'. Cwenty! 1 Jan 8, 1847. SherifTand Tax Collector. of WM. SWAIM & SON .gracefuJpini4ierwns. _
; .. range fifteen:. .. TEals TOR 0'1 TKAIU l the. 21st nf July! last by the: An accurate
EM arcnonr orl
;; --.,. : '.'. T0whptwen4ySven and .lio 'ip. P six copies' $5'one copy rn.Swum, ntsh. businea. ry scholar, and al of "Ii .
., ; : mainland, nf Vange TnX Collector's Sale.By will he expected.U..a. tb.ia tIPJ'Pe'II Ii
.( ,i -1 ;vVi>_ .thirty five on the .sevi n, andf fraciahips nJn. virtue authority vested in me by I law, I adcl '.. in future; :'corf J'ficjd! by the kept. ; ropy ,,f which 't.'rnq '.

t : Township three twenty and thirty! five,\\n \\i\ < lattct, I: "" levied) upon the following lands, 'viz :' he o:7"AIII..t.tra"fl.t paid ; had the sole:'charge Vthe with the regular term bill!, i ."..
thirty the Panacea
L : 't 48.000 (forty eight thousand) acres, returned i 0 N. B; Th;Crst ." I 'Vermifuge for parent nrA zardianhornsj.jr.L S

: .. .. :; : .f range seventeen.Township seven frIOnRp Ihlp mi by the As.essnr, as that part nf the Arrednndn first Tuesday in June next.JAMES TZII7II ton A SlSllnJl Op TWtui1rllii.-k

.; k I -. twenty the main land and \rn hirtv Grant. lying in the county nf Marion.Also. > .lf be put op as usual in round H'tlwrBritncb.s, :..

; t thirty two nn five nf range eg'n. 'f 320 (three hundred and twehtyjrajgr._-. Jacksonville.*.. : din.Uy, with the following Common Blanche, '7

; :t'b ,. three aud thirty two, thiity thi, ( foil returned by the Assessor in the name of Patrick glass:-* Swaim's Panacea, 4Latw and Greek Cla,.-., Wtra. .
L 1 'i 3 ; Townships thirty 1 R. Racket. ,only change made i ill the.'name \Lesson* m iench. given atiber
: d : .art thirty five of range Also, 790 (seven hundred and ninety stamped nn tl. sealing wax ent. .
i :;-: ) acres is hereby I ::
.: Z Lands appropriated by V the [tax fur 1845 paid by Col.. Rawls'.Tlax dud for NOTICE entitled to label covering'the cork, and a Any pnpil withdrawn from t fiend S \

c% use of schools, military, oh pur, A. D. 1845. returned njn the.oanie of KingsleyB.Gihb I. of John Wei' !de of the,bottle, C'omr.oor. i of 'M session except. (or ,. thj

t i : will be excluded fro e let .; locality utp&ojwri: ,; no'numbers. 'returned-!7 may have any claims or comprising nine diff .nt Principal .rJ'roy..iII be required,a,Jr.*

I poses, be lp Tn Auanr. f;; ."- v'1'f 1\"S: nr interest in anid estate, ,turned ib1'xrJ".i.u,e unexpired pars>fih4tM MHin.. S
The sa1eswileacb for I shall'nfT; .r for sale,Vit hours,'bffyn:. exhibited or deposited Drper.k.Cibank note n. No deduciionSrill be mad. in the cnsiracted
.i ;: 4 $ ; two weeks(MeSS the lanm the Court'House dbor.ln .Ocala/on the fit* Mm? .rafrom the 21st day -Four dies of duTetent a pupil for iwrti4ooal t at'sei.ce. I. "".
: ,! | ::4 disposed of,}and no longer prj.Tatc day the:6th day nf September ii..t all of'truj.a.. ha'barred; and that I will body of the work and in the .ickne *f.reotting ,tie| r "hii

; M : ki entries of land, in tb. ships hove described l land,'or as 'murlHfiereof as'will!' Probates of HiII.borou, of the late Wm. Swaim. sep. drawn from thePatrniraee ,, hu4Lproier! deducNIl! ,
?t 1 he sufficient! tn satisfy the mt..nt nf tax due the ... two circles of lathe) m.rl. ,'" .
admitra Saturday October
I *o offered, 'will be .after I State of Florida for.1843. together with'the nmnuni from m said Admini- "SwaimV-'Panacea."' are .n ,. solicited from nnn.. .I.kw1

the expiration of two vrewn the : due the)! State, and 'county nf Marion, for the year ) \ on two turned strips and a an unqualified confidence in the ability aw*Wrily

; i commencement of said la1&t A. D. 1846; and all legal costs,that mia, accrue' .'Tampa, Dec.:251846. die forms the upper margin.- of the Pri"cpal.wwhiN4 '.

: I Given under my hand, ajy|| of thereon.. EJ.D. HbWSB &/!ff and ..-, ': composed fit 'plain; I lathe work !! '.i. flaw in.t IU h ,roi .
': 0 sixth ;) Ex officio Tx Collector! ( for'MaYion Co.v., i "" :,, to.. ,, &ic.It$!* fa'iftsman eEtJ if i'fbnihlng i. f.r''. e.mmndaou..wa-
daigpr I.
Washington, this March 5th, 1847. 6m ? !:fblX '.;., ; >bt. structnrr. recently rrit.dby Florida. ,"

r. J: Anno Domini one .t4' -: |p.Or. arc'MiniKNnd 'voucher : JAMES SWAIM. 1. nr J. O. O. F :7

:;, and Levy County Sheriff's',Sale.' tale nf MaiyFftnand.z : 1846. TIMJf.)ormlunison.. nf"plJ|| know saliaVh ai

'tb..r--1A' nt: tbOU.san41l'dred dece .ed, to shi'Hon. i. .., f.r anvsi.- Boanl mar,be I'I iisohnhle
: ;4. B l WILL I It tfold.nfiihefimt Monilnv in January iri.Ilri5t final... ; PANACEA, I rate. in ..pPr.",."families tUan.II
1i '. 1847.)twt ween thebonram" 10 &,2 Scrofula. General JaefcsohviHe. y. .
'M. shall at the arriH time Debility, F., March 27th U j- p s-.. .. .tc1RD. Cemmi i"ner of the% Oeneralgea. Vlnck on that day th< S. mh,Went Qllllr'.rufdl"' ion as such Executor nf ;: Rheumatism. Disease of the 1 :, ,II
II .4'4L South W<*m Quarter >f.Section 7. Townsliip ,16 and 'all Di-oen-e* arising from .
; kt : f".ledio, <'tlt d 1"T. ..- United States Mafl.FTiJi .
-- NOTICE TO PRK-EMITION Cis.eri North Ran!.Vii 19. and ih" North WWt QnnrlT of the .t: \. .. JOHt\.f ; BJood PJi "i'..,1) .ln 4 hid Savannah packet vis PicW-a 1iri i L
nrternfSeriion '
personenlitledtothe rishtnfj,,, Township Ifi. sy.15,1847 '--"" : Creek. MandarinJacksonvilleSt..Jthall,
,.' ." .. .', .>w.r'r' a' i. Rang I9SM il 4uJKre nminhip8rSrre( .. ora has been for more that, St. Marys. Brunswick and .
t : .
; required tn establish much na will *Htiofv tli<* taxes due on the Mme ... in tin country and in the U.S. Mail panes Can
f<* above
:: S faction of the ihi'r f for the .( all I PERSONS hivin ,'. place*.
; ;4 i Register and present year. 186.) with! mire and ex ALL cures--for' the certifi <
t t : : .r' land oMc ,,an" make payment ltuvmt ; pense, acc"jinj for adverti in( tlie sam The of Sarruel .. i i. made to the direct:ns k\ .MATTE Tfterezular-paeket "f'lnwrlt

t i,4I, i .S : practicable, nftfr teeinf M1 above n.mPflland* are situated in Levy county nnij ,I County deceased .1II.. l may'be had gratis) accompany \[1"bPfln- E WS, P. MeNeJty

I 3 $ -- and before the day appointed for th. ci z ihe Withlaeooche, a short distance abovi th wpllnowu | scriber within i the time ..!' (Ji' hetWierk- ,and thoraafhly

I S .utuf. the.public sale of the lands emb ; place called Fort Clirirh. and nwned and nr the.v will be in hospital' and private practice 'furoishrd* cabins rermtlt, sod Wsomely

,* :: t, treet claimed! ;, otherwise such claim wi i aireed by James r,,.. and hnnndrtHw U. S. those indebted to said .. I ; fortune nf.being recom much mprnveH. As and fir paintedan4 her wsesanj

$ #c fsiitd., .Vide, unlesa there have lieen land rerfntly pur.tWd make paymentlo' W. :. i celebrated physicians foft :'she cannot be r accommorlarroh ana( '

t .: RICHARD M. radII ij'( adjoining. The abttve landa wilt fae sold at Among others'by Thuboat surpassed by eay IOI.IiIIhrnue.

z ; I'" Commutioner of the General Land i'' t Court Housi of Levy County. i[:E: 'DatueU.1 I Little. River. Fla.. .. Professor of Surgery, 'P p.. Thursday -'rnin; will- arrive -SaTasaIsbr.. !

j S :..:,- April 23. f| \\ W. D. AN DREWS SherifrMnd before the'd.r.,.1If'frf*,
S daily or
-- .4 \ Tax steamers for Cbsrleitonsbick, 11*
Collector fur
IIj ; .r --i' 'I .' Levy. ounty. MONTHS alter M. D., Professor of Surgery; every.vraing. -
Colombia 0 -
-\.111 Covratr Sherlll"sJ. 'oher23. 1846. SIX : ,. .
;. : virtue of writ of fieri facia and ,. Alo I pauengprgwj.hi, ( take
fi4 I .: 'I Br a in, ; The is postponed to the 1st ; D.,,Professor of Midwifery,, o pasngilais
a late nf
Columbia Brown. Nassau line
County, Eastern Cirru v tf wbirkvIeaves'SavasMkiwi:
; in Februarynet. Jan 15 )
J ; ; ; ,I t 1847S .
__ : State of Honorable the .f, Thursday and
I" Florida I will exfwii* to public : IJhe 'abovi Sad is postponed! to the first Judge ;; .,. Professor of Pa. Saturday for-New,lark,sftei-,.
(frontaf. Court How i for final settlement flf arrival r the St. Matthew;
door in th* Tow 1nndkjn March next. .( a frvm Ft ..
___-Jta1 : .
r..b.2. ,
: : "S : 1 Kgator in laid lh S the same time for, :' i1 S Pa.seneer*. with their
County on '> first Mund. bovfl apply fjageajewillbf
,) "fr sale! U the JStSJ
f ;' pflMponed t i first ; feeiMwiColleft... .
- ,01 Physicians,. board
'Ii : .. 'r.'A..D; 1847 between legal h'"ir" onlhij nday\n July next. March 26th, 1847. alll'h'Execntnr of which i > yrv .. either line, if reqaired-
: .
- i.4t. the following' described property to wTljk] said estate, are He ired to ., :- The above.bout will leave;;** follow:
i:1r: '. : East half nf,he East quarter of Section 15.1 I \ > JOHN A. .Medicine, Havana. Ijrave Pilatka! every Tuesday, A. M.. t f s-W
__ .
-L ,..;:::t.. \ FOB SALE. March da';Lui, Prur. .ur'SuFrI'JI' *. "Picntata .. '
t. : \ hip 6. Range 18. Als'. the Eat of th* j 'VIE SknSCHIRKR ;offer. for tale, all thai 12th 1847. 5'S. *? C. IIF.M. ..
.I,' West'quarter; aim] ", th. S"IJ'h.\V.tq"arl.r -. fine tricinr Lund with the I B1rkCr.eli, tt J .
; .:" ; ;;: A bIIlJ1flZ.thr'pn( n. ? mber'Ro1.ICollH.e Surgeons.
: NorthWest quarter and the S"utl"WPII 11 I .9He';) )4. ::0
d fUmea 'D'ibe
_- \\.t. \): .U Section 15.'Township nu at \ Point, on the river St. Jolin; -A ,LL person having. ,.. [ : .rn.r S
-t ; 'f C i ; Area 6. Rang- 18. I. at112[ mifts. from Jai ik. -iI1t'. Th buildincase 5T-\u'r. of Peter. J | : ; .Minuter to Spain. boant "W; C4t.urn
hundr.dancI.kycr.p. on / _
Let-i. .IQ :
E4 \ ;" :r: property of William! Cason.j nn wA. co.I ;' M gtlod\ dwellmj houteiif; nfl.story. Jathila 'Bounty.. ,deeeH, .ed. will ; : : rsan,' Major 'General Brhisl '; JOHN.' r- .
tn satisfy said BOSTON :.
| .
U- 'Y3 '.- i ;r fieri facias tered. together with severalout, house. *, .lIz mi'nth.. to, the .ub.c : '
-tI ,-i t''r : in favor of John W. 'P.a,_,. ,. ant tract of land contain fifty on. acres,.- r..d forever.. { : ; ; Bryuh Consul,&. .e.. -Et AkenN: SavaaasV
-: i t. h t' FITZPATRICK, ari ion is elevated and healthy, and to any THOMAS B. wonderful J cures Cted.b S & BISBEL

-!! ii 1',U n\\ ; Alligator, May 28th.Sheriff 1847.Columbia Cea on wit Inu.Id". of l.puichasing bargain.HENRIETTA. 'a.good farm iLl place! ,Alligtnr.Feh.l9th.. ? .The for,Panacea roan> !.".,does made not'coh it ass,* ':.).:.i-: "- -A..:.':rnv!-:-;.. Agents.Ju.,",

:t "ki.tJftl
BAR ARD. form and : Ajent ] .
: being an .. ,,.
J .ww Tbct stearBer '
'NOTICE. {: ,ill.. March 211h. 1847. tf be SARAH SPALDIN/n( *
- CirWEEKS.after dtj' given tqtha,mosttenderV! : in connection with' this .. a.
.ppJi.,inn w U ALL persona having' -' ,boat; t .Entef],

*:. ( i: mIdfIOthPJLIdgeQfProhteofthp? dniv IB Circuit "0811. of John C. : .e na- & tSf; numbers.'> 'Fake Monroe one..hundrerLan) 'f w nty4i"-SBktbovePalatkaup $
l. ? .
fJf"'rTii.f0rJeVrr'! or AdminUtr liof the l1a. CiRcuIT FLORIDA. County deceased, will' ; < iTthatee the St. John's river. '

;1t -r ".cea.a: Boss Jat. or .aid onty J"n ei9 f Dlt' *Of. Chancery. six red months tot' he,.ubt ari. 'liarly vitiated) ,liable state to ''g. P t. 12., ;].,oJ 46.. h r -".-,:M....> .H \ -

't ekC"a.i' Hi Pelot, forever.THOMAS .., of cleanliness I and '
CHARLES W. DU BO} Admi rs of all and singular B.> Ie' so'frequently set variety Florida, 'aad Samma I_' .
MARY K. DU BOSE. regular Paeket.J '
# JP/jJliChatteKRightsaiid and. render SGThNCaP'ck
.. .. 5- S JuDn4th c 1S47. 6wNOTICE. .Tid aie. D' Bill fcr Pro- Alligator.: Feb.19ili.-. &. : .
S -k L'I -- rata distribution J&t. snflatrivr -
i1u- Ii : J? .f- j ... .if as*. : : !! .study' their own interests as S at Picoiauemy Frtbj nwra
JiJiet .; '. A..LLpernos interested are hereby itmifii 1 that Herman r&Charles set's of E .A' persons l having. I Panacei.whwh 1.' keeping always a ba'.1 9.A. M.-on each week,aad will ks's*** I
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