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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
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July 9, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
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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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By'Jno. Holmes- The sol< Republic be gulled but of theirliberties: by'tb.cuhningV receive a nomination, the convention proceeded t b0ho'
t 'e J -Their valor upon'the Field the&fiuman- artfulaiidselfish 'M "* :VbatfbtOifthe Istb loting Gth.WITows flat
i y CELEBRATIONrpF. THE. ..ANNWEBSABYdue. ity to the vanquishedmake'visible fromt afar- V wou1dj V
r ) ': : th e pinnacles of iftmi.5 Tp1dis dOFr :Ioi .' a1 i's r eqeIved 122 'votes-CoL -IL TT ?Y :

1 QFA31ERICINDPENDENP. -t be a terror to the opresidn, sy1in to the hff1tOii f t3iexicns S cateringi1.Oatho 2nd ialloting$hjoteeini y.

i : g Thisimhonoredfctrra1 was observed with op pressed." -l.;." xj M ? ) 1'4 XVL tewm tigSSSiifc..

t; ; ;pur citizens oh, Monday,last: :Bjc B : has withdrawn his ftj3si

.At, 11 o'clock, A. SI, they assembled .in >hej TKe &feguaHsipf.our saine. liberzeMayheyeyer bniainthe igbtest staroftho Sonth 4 -n ame L1V.r ofoL. Jornf9rafld$ ..on- moficm.- -the.Eon.: p fln,Betterstephe signatioijj

t! ;i Methodist Church, -where'after a prayer had, re -* *tfijr''yXtS''** '?*V"' '" *;<* -.vx--, V.T A. -tJ4 VLV ij'tT:. Vzoa'LTowwwM f: *,.* he
; i" a nominated unanimously assigns as nnpnt
r BrLpoU1len-mo; 6tar.Spangled Bari "We>cannot jconlrtudevwityf .
sl been made by the Rev.Mr. GRAHAM,-.the Decla-f \ -.'.;%;" V **> rf/V S3iv->i: .: ner- ? ruA\ & J our citizens'uponJthe happy spirit ty.1artypirit Acclamations I 4; : ration of Independence was read by Mr. WM. -"Flag bf still bear thy sway $ Vi'.tfvr- *i. *& pf'ii-- t- 5I* & '* *;fA Cbnimittee:6f the Convention then t kiataars.:

: 4I B. LANCASTER. 'An Oration was then .. FrpmAngehi valor given ,whichpreyaile,, < W *both J <+ dinners.-.- .. -s-V..*<. ; 3V .v- *i"--"V*' %' VjV reportedV

;I Mr. CHAS P. COOPER, which from the, energy iThystars haye lit a.welkin dome,' -' which in a small town is most apt tb;affect>the resolutions j ...> fjts.'J*in-v,favrof, '- *i J;/strict',- .,*.,. .>, construction- l%;; ,-,, 'of : V

;1; :And all thy hues are born in"Heaven." private/relations1-/ itizenst 'seemed to =beT the Constitutionj an equal4istributiopot .bur? r

of its style; and its boldness distinctness of thought of; comr delivery ,v By .Egbert Poinsett-The :few/but .gallant, >urtefon: tne atfon&l Wnis orlclii ebolleA. .thens and benefits by the Genera Goyernmentj,, This lad

t bined with his fluency and 'citizens *iw"4tm!">'*" ':j; te 'KS rA* Tariff'and in ,'to '8 '
that left 1
1 our-tpwn a few days'since' toassisV tions of the dayM Tjhus may iteyerjer thtL vene opposition a system TV
in maturer
1i give great promise from bur Army in Mexicd after
May they, ;f atonal1nk; knew had been taken
;t { years. Two odes, composed for the occasion, having participated in th .taking of the great jubilee of our independence shlLb its sacred; r. vt -- <- ,, his withdrawal m
Id toanymodificatiOn or1the'vet ..power. Jitwas'also 'fronfMe
citybf! the Montczumas character soothe and'stilli tp reM alljthe'sflfishjr
tlie delivery the Oration return uscrownedTprithjlaurels. ; ;
Q :!4 were sung previous t \.X i1-S-\ Mtt'}* Mr Hii.r.'f-fr-3 1 1 *
-i and ; v' < resolved/ thatjin.a spirit of inu ual concludes Jby saying h at 1heyrirag
'tI. 1;: : in .which does credit to those; of : wmg1emeis, in, the. bosom of American V
a style > \>'ti TI K'\> .ft >ff "*r toabide the itfwiliarkw tf uSfiHSM.
By A. C. Gillett-The great wooden and citizens! c oncessiO iye are tillwi1ling by ,
g ,
rj our ladies and gentlemen who are devoted to c. # rrj r if
th Mule.. May.they ever be followed by vicr, ; r P PY ? the 'g"corahical hne'of th e ,< blat irne eip1hfs

i1 1i'1 : music. tones for the United States. '-"- MTj''T T1SEffWElLYMAIL'T'T'v"J2r" */'*, rfti Missouri compromise. ? V. -3: '- ,. Vj iireus.
I In the afternoon our citizens assembled, 'Mr. 0. Wood,upon being called on, addressed "n Qn.. Wednesday* "?.,? > evening v-y '*"last*Jf *, ,f*t'--,?: "' YV\C. ;The .four. esolutions.passed by the Legisla- z ." '

i.. ,4 partake of two Public Dinners, but as the editorial the chair, and said, that-. i t, should be.celebrated in the annals of East Flori- adopted.'Theseresolo? V % r.i

1 We is nevertheless and. indivisible, Asyou .have toasted 'the ArmyNavy'and( d &the'b ue fronif* .,._Sa-'V" uuu_ uwuuuu ( uv. Jenerttl Government has t- best bt precarious. 1t h ttko't 1he -

tk .we can only give a sketch of what passed at Militia theVolunteers, I; will give in but Volunteers the Tolunteer, not va nnali V bringing fbrthe first time the.. mail-9V ;no.4J.controller IV r' ti$uiitutionOf VJe sla'v'ery-that. V p :.or Farias; party ani

; Dtit i : one of them,-at the one given at'Mr WOOD'S ladies, who,will aid us in closing, the festivities im der. tlie/nW".arriangement.j/? ? -it We V are- conses.s.i hat'body \\will .not recognize as binding! any greatly incensed against fc j'

rr I HoteL The company was, seated at. 3 o'clock, of.thisday. ; gently a' half' aweeknearerthe.worathaubav ..enactment Pf the Feieral Government prohibit 'dent desireto becomoao1

'i. ';fF: ; a P. M. Dr. HENRY D. HOLLAND, officiated as By Edward Wright.-Equal Rights-We be V we'' hitherto been and the/' benefit1 Vll r- igiavery/'any territory: be acquired ready,anticipated by halinc :

; : t President, and Major CHAS. H. PELOT, as Vice lievethis truth to be self-evident that' all speedily1. be tfelt. in thel'iWeased aciivity* nd
; V 1\r *<4>.ri'j'i- V n -- > : *- ti! 4e i % SergywhiehityiU outh if thhi the'Missburi compromise
' F i President. The viands were men are created equal. en wprkppotIe citizens'ofJ'tinssection'af.lh.e V f SILAS
; unexceptionable, WRIGHT :
that it is the duty of every citizen of a slave
'i if as was the Madeira, which was brought on after : By Philip -Cox.-American Freemen- May State; 'The/whole ofLt8t It appears V V that 'the'D

r..L 1 they were dispatched. We give as manyof they ever frown down that Legislature which Florida1 will share iii therr'an'gemen 'for the State tb1'oppose theipassage' of'any such law, have at length respite theip
gi privileges to a portion, that denied to andthatthey"should" all;take firm, united 'upq
.J I the multitude of good toasts that were offer th e'rest. mail stagestp Tampa.andT &hassee are also ,- -M >f "v i* The Evening Post
I and concerted action the.emergency.
; .a ed as have been handed in. It,will be seen that. By M. Jlearn.-General Twiggs-The Hero to( run: twice a, week f Those of our Northern; ;Resolutions were also passed retumingfthanksjto erally -speaks "by the card'jiZs

. ,t i ., '4 :,;: ,, they were spirited, and manifested a becoming; of Cerro Gordo. 'friends who have been'in the habit of receiving the and service ting that SILAS WRIGHT has been fiotaiaj&t
-Army Navy andparticularlytb.het'Georgia'Regiment'and
t. ::3 .sense; of the national character of the festivity. By.Bv: Avery.-The Orator-When absent, intelligence'atleast ever day? can hardly reialize : ? Tplunteer the Presidency in j Vermont

he shall be remembered. the Gen '
. disadvantages under >which [ k.. 4 *v *.f* *-M- Slf J" .
.4I ... Which brought JVIr.'Cooper to his feet again L :h hithertokbored .A-residence; in Kamschatka IVIG followingresolutions we publish nomination. If this is to be

. : 1st. The 4th of July, 1776-The day when V: when he responded in an eloquent manner,and would be equally good us.farasfai1ityofommunication iV nf ll.Ett V issue is plain.; IHiiot WilniOt
I : : the voice of Freedom was 'first heard whose Resplvedr further by this Convention ThattheDemocratic'
following toast '
gave :, c is cpncenied.7 But the dark day : proviso;.
t 4:1 sound like the caused &
, .y waves by a pebble drop party'of Georgia,'wfflgiveVtheirto
t :; U ped in the ocean, shall expand till the farthest:. Our Country-In peace, our country for ali, is over," and.Florida' can now ,turn over a new. s noca didat&for the'Presidency of spiratprs in the matter of th
in all for '
'. : e J .I corners of the world echo-LIBERTY. war, our country. :leThe atVV j V .. V the United States, who does not unconditionally, South can never favor him as long Uit.j

I, "1 ; ;: 2nd. The War of the Revolution time- : President being called upon again, gave CAPT. clearly and unequivocally declare his opposition, ed with the imputation. Th nl
1 '" -.The Militia"-FreedOm's last best hope ,.LIVINGSTON'S .COMPANY -In ..consequence .tp he Principles'and Provisions of the VVilmotPrbvisdi .
: 4 when our heroes "rode on the edge of'battle ,
Monmouth, Yorktown Orleans Buena Vista of the, inconveniencer.and I- candidate we. uld/endure ris
.t : cheered by the benediction of the Lord of Hosts "expense ,
t ;I. jL- and animated by the Achillean voice of civil Sacramento, and Cerro Gordo, attest their efficiency upon marching'his'-company 'on foot: ,' Resolyed,*' That the usage of the democratic and the North will not giyehinta \

4 when the battle song breathes defiance in in convention for the purpose V .V __
4 i1 : Liberty. from the'St Jphn's river ensaicbla Which party meeting V : 4Vlb
and death. Our country'and this festive board I V tp .
V ; i ;of nominating candidate for thePresidency of A :LETTER: FBOM GE
1 3rd. The of
; : Memory George V
admonish that the had becn designated as.the'ptece
us ofrendezvousCapt
military increases the United
States meets with' he
: The Iett
: led the children ,
: Joshua Israel to the i--apbIlW
promis 'i n splendor, when entwined with the civic arid I ; .LIVINGSTON 'and'receives the ;
. ; applied o he Iuitb iities to I sanction ofthis Convention;
ed land The American chieftain ail
rTz his Cincinnati
war social Signal .hAviig been
..J i .!;i; .$ riors raised a triumphant banner lathe true chaplet. have the company mustered into service/at'Tat:]
; .::rt r E Palestine of plenty j happiness, and human free The Vice-President being called upon again, lahassee. Froin the foiiowing'letUrffromfthe! : is just and'necessaryj forced upon us by the Gen. T.4Ywnby
'i; fr1 dom. gave-" 6th Sept.1757-The birth-day of that aggressions Mexico herself, and calling foi tor of that JouriaL .The-editor

p p 4th. The Constitution of these United States gallant Frenchman, Gilbert Moticr De La War Department it will be seen that ;.V support and encouragement from all patriots of'whateverparty. upon the first demoii5frtiOin.'TAYw&frtliePresiJeiy mideii'lSTtith&
: Fayette. granted and that it is ,tb ; .
!.i "l 1 -The fundamental compact which checks the) designed attach his,
; Llt; of ambition to the force'u der Gen. TAYLOK.WAR' : '"Resolved That the thanks-of-the rhble ,
i career unprincipled gives the representative company .
.s democracy defined limits and to At the other dinner which was given at the V ,country.are due to the gallant officers and men subject at.cQnsi erablegt in t tanJ'gent

! man, the self-government, ordained as ,his privilege L- .shop of Mr. J.A. BAWBEE, we' are informed that : : V Adjutant DEPARTMENT General's'' Office, ourvArm'y, .Navy and Volunteer service, for > a copy of the paper to tie otlEsvTheloliowing

: ;b) by God and by Nature. every thing passed off inthe best style.Th e : \ :Washington JraflTJ..If., :.. V the glory and; with the heroic which '.valor they ,have with/which-Coveredour'arms they, is the reply: : i .
1 i 5th. The President ,of the United States- subscription price being lower than thatof, e Sir-7-Yburletter/of thes 5th instant'_ ;- ;, to t the have sustained their country's"cause on the iat-

*i;:; .. The nucleus where the eyes of the world now dinner at Mr. WOOD'S Hotel, it was much more Secretary ofarreportrng that you had been L tle'field.v; VV s Camp ne'fr MOntr y $

I : : { centre. selected by the"Governor of FloHda'tof.raiseJthecpmpa'ny "Resolved That in.-the- Administration of Sir: I have the honor toceipt

j. ; : !4i 6th: The Governor of Florida-William D.Moseley. numerously, attended, while at the same time of yblunteers'called for by.the rcqtu-, James K Polk; we recognize a firmness a wis ofyourlctter, ithtkeenc1r.oe.litori4'extiictedtrvinthe.

; .. 'I ti4'.V4 r the condiments spread before the company were sitiori of'the''Department of the lOth'Apil, and I dom'and a deyotion/tO' thetrue principles ofthe' pF'

ti .. : ;; 7th. The State Florida.. at least equal to those which were being enjoyed requesting_i, be -that: the' rendezvous_..irvj bfsaid T-company,- _.i Constitution which call 'forth our admiraI: 'I3th April V

I V 8th. The, Navy of the.United States-Its in another quarter pf the town. -Those .j am Ly dir&ted4kaythat baiie4, has been tion for the man/and demand of us a I At this $me, my'public;duties .c oxn
t whose agreeablytoVyoni: 'zealoussupport of the measures of his adminis* .fully'my attention, that it iafswer.yoarleherin se-
patriotic fervor :
4 thunder has astonished tbe.worid-its not brook a jubilee the
; *l lightning suggestions, musferingofficer willjlb'e] J instructed t'ratibiL? < V n: V ,the;'tcnasJ'courtesy '
t I } has riven the firmest bulwarks of the enemy- over,mere cold water, adjourned to an atmosphere to'.muster the company:into seimce at land thunortance ot en
.I. r May increase keep pace with the increase of) Tallahassee despatchVitV heicexviaSl Th'eprbceedincsof the Convention were trans-
"to hi h1tshbfld
more accordant to their ideas of, what } ; tf. ; V A. i : : allude a

I-dT t .L .j.. -,- c.i I the nation's resources. should be done after a 4th* of July dinner r where Marks, to Point Isabel, tp join the V army under 'acted" **>>'iathe H .J> .most v> harmonious* ,manner? '-- .,and'we,j time 1 i elmj; rf at; 1t7
: 4. b 9th. The Army of the United States-it can- :Major General Taylor.1 v .V T VV t> V cannot but congratulate the Democracy of Georgia t the; Tew dpublupoLcsuggested mst
1 L L J not boast its tens of thousands in embattledplains they celebrated the day with a seasoning of I am-aiVTcry respectfully, the noble'selection have made 'bythaen
they of
: but it has toasts and sentiments. The Your obedient upon ft"
gallantly defended and secured followi g were offered V svt.V ,4 don. psonIviewweetteril
''which have V V (Signed;) ''" W G. PREEMfrAsst one to .lead them "on tp, victory. The known"talents
: rights covered it with more in the course of the dinner, which was ; V h1d tilt the end 'ofthenessaaniltai7ebi
( glory than the million arrayed forces of transatlantic given on : Adjt. Gei'l&L1vINcisT and. popularity :'of',3ir.-TqwKs. ehsure' ervingintkJtl!
.temperance Tuos.
principles. LED-
.'iJ! R.
f Despots. ; NEsq.NnansviUeE.. Jttf >-> 4VI- F.V-; him success. All hail to. the Democracy, of gainstthe .common*'etL&
'SI wirE, Esq presided .and CupL J. A. -
l. ; ; 10th. Liberty-That Lady who is go familiarly BAEBEEJ V Georgia! 'V conipiisddmaxner by their expres ipJfwt Sffiin

; ; : ; intimate with the humblest citizen .of acted as Vice-Presidcnt. WASH 1 FOE f .FKUIT* 'TREES.-' .L correspondent'T **-> : ,;V<-, ?* ., V' .. ,>. s any ; a / : .

4 1,. !i.; i America, and yet too proud to associate with has sent us the following recipe,for,.preparing THE/SOUTH/ AND THE PRESIDENCY: rrpni'nianyrsource31 haT n ben sJed

:.. ::1 tl'p the most potent monarchs of the earth. : REGULAR TOASTS.1st. V a wash to destroy..insectsinfesting fruit trees, the subject oftherresidencaiTi

: \ : llth. Our Country-Who is not- proud of its The day we celebrate. -which he says extracted from the Chr.-AdV. &:' i i-A' -Southern.-. > i. Journal' ,: t-the Columbus* (Gee" -) neither tp;myself nor to m.cer.of poii4U

#1 fel stand among nations?-Who can point to the 2nd. The Army and Navy of the United Journal. He is of opinion -Times,s has recently,made a'proposition,which L,, the army,by ckuo1eduxk
t limits of its improvements? States-At air times ready to protect the'stars ..;'! <}' > If! thai itmavTbe of ser: if acceded to by the North; will remove from the have'done alljwhp hveflt
1 : $1 12th. Valor and Patriotism-As illustrated. and stripes. V vice destroying the.prange tree.insect..--We' South the iwputuiti n of always grasping at the .my! name in this exa1tedaneoflJf

< by the Decii of Rome, and the soldiers of the 3rd. The Congress of the United States-May trust that some one will make trial of it. and I [ftrefc/ffice in the giftf thfepeople. The"Times'1! ,'services country]and are that ever I at\the notjpifpa;wfll aid"'C d''rshali it
'tt American Revolution. it at all .times.have communicate the ** V '"*v* V am
;,: Zt: ; honor and interests of !
suggests that there is a;Northern man, whp'willibe ] refuse if the cbuntry callaWt
t Sji J 13th. Woman-The blossom in the wilderness this free Republic and its institutions at heart, | "We cetainlybdi theiisnothingso ef- V sidential office, but thatl'can tt1no
'. : L $ ri of care. 4th.., Old Rough'and Ready-the hero ofPalo t.yr-ot so.-N.m" ti.-) -it' theSouthje'en; in :this emergcncyrand'givte'the'nameof -
fectualj.p.destroying wsecti.and,moss*on. .trees.- LEVI ;calf that ;does npt'conbus
-J. ; -c WOODBURAw
Alto, Rcsaca de la Palma, Monterey, and' Buena and,andyor- the i irunks"and tJ 7 'action and free will'of then at
i VOLUNTEER V ista. flhinshire
TOASTS. inan'wi'p -
a. a possesses'as.firm and void of sligh'esiagehc
? and
By the President-The Orator of the Day- 5th. The President of the United States- we advise fruit_ growers gen- a Southern, heart as .Messrs. .BENTOS'S |OrrCimouNs t'or..ttie'JiigW .h0flOr'VSk9i

The eloquent advocate of the principles of a Free Th6 choice of the people. .. r VV L.1LJ1. .U !j L&L14L V V &
suggestions we most hear
-'Jiv"J :>
Government.. He has uttered American sentiments I- 6th. Unity, ihescaption of the name of our .: REciPE.-i-Take... >--. i4 three. ,.-gUonot. ley.from JV" wood- 1yTiecn& s.thVNbrtbrcafi have noltb slighest
'W- -jT" usra candi'jXvSV
I'M '
-. with American spirit. State it at all times a hes f -tX- give tranquil an4 sactory.lifej-'af
-May; be written indelibly strong enough tojus. float 'ariegg-K; >ne date whowillbetrue -y F:,* t '
Whereupon, the Orator arosc.j and after having in the hearts of our countrymen-- that united pint of soft soapii-ohequarler -i rt ;.i--v A'. *rtJv f >tohfe' Ji' conntryanct.itseomtitutioniyho s-. ation ofuiy present duties awaitsto
pound nitre salt
expressed his thanks in we stand, divided we fall ( w.illlook upon.the,lJiiion as i iI4c
,. i ,very .patriotic pe'tre. );-one h'alidful ofcommon'sall 4 V nit
qJ manner concluded by presenting the 7th. The Governor the State of Florida- .-'nn'i ? '' I jvf'i .'*%" iyx** '*? ; glorioust confederScy -theinterests of eac&ofWe'conspifacies OH JUU UOSU. tiUl,J ,| ;* tuj ov --M-if Al
$ following
( V 4didaie"of
.- Toast May,he always manage the interests of'this ; *.**' should' J -%.*- : "'>ahyrpartrT< *.'t. 'V ft orl-yield- V-my.5JgjJi.ll. 3 [
State with prudence, zealand integrity then udci. .the* salt and|other, ingredieritS and< : VI inder-who'wiUot _._ V to ,. & V :
give ear tbbypo.ritie4
The citizens of Jacksonyjll [ Sthv General Winfield Scott, the herd df Vera stir tilt thoroughly incorpoiated Applyitto i -.

A kinder,and more generous set, Cruz and Cerro Gordo the .Korth-
-May he, continue trunks and lar Jrauchcsofthe -f-J-- t.- -f- M ftmentE
-.i ., L, for one, have never met j and soonplant; the>tars and stripes in the halls sor : rees 'withacon1n'on *rn faatic-tbe Ttheorthzs entitled to the vt a iilgopinion aidappovaZ
ii Yet I i: paint r's brush Note) It s embra e4 inyQWwit1i
( ; all: feel, 'twere vain to.tell, MontezumaV. ; % 3 'V applied oth rwisTliit

.t!: r' As stranger came, as friend; farewell 9th. General George.Washington; the Father, to cr ,oung branches,pr the leaves,the high, 6ffice is'to be administered for''the benefit ; tniii hegfofourpzepeIagriisefu1nesspi the rv'

I. By the Vice 'President-The Reader of the of this Country -May his deeds andhis name may pro injurious,1 owing. tithe strngUiroflV ,qthewiio1; >'' si-ti'V---.people'*rand--r.notfor: "V i *"**** Kr talents and exertiqn aren1YA 1)iicuoiedge
V before the 4 1 Vj :'. _, > > A .' : ?&parWand.
bealways of J r j-f-- ? *
Declaration j/y -* -
: : Independence.-- eyes ey American to i? ey : t 'J ** "-**-** '' r- v most
be his guide., V '- /HV/57 r V 3 t \ t .w?beliere that LEVI WropBUBYls pne wEo'wbuIdavbppnteMprincTplesJ yel

Whereupon the Reader arose,returned thanks t10th.::Thomas Jeff rsonthe, framr'and one : TIlE SAVA'iAfl RErtIBLXCA' MrCiiatzs ; J:*'' t \ ..Vpi VV
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wdgaye- r of JIridepen- ryoii thdi ii wl&uttherquestion. nbwZ.1comes.
,. Would The -WTaloI
The DeclarationfIndependence May it 1 be den e' 3 *-1tla f' ;.ft- > A-T\? "" __ V.V c-r
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I giyo usMr.riWooDBCKY as a candidate..
.the; last announcement of -1i. The *
separation madcby 76.TeyVfought toL1l :: y *iT JV '?fe- "- *" -**-* A* ** -> JV
tL :AmerIcan&- : erty and Equal I Rights, and conquered **,iet"uV from the management oLthat jourini, and his _are,.,..i.fearlulithat" ife( hever/liroiald ;consent-to- ( ; ..Vi.'Vcia1 V ,

fr ., ByAi- M:Reed, one of the Arrangements enjoy'those' rights/and alwaysrdefendfagainst i nterest has beeni purchased by Mr wxTEg, tM T |" ****"** iirE VAN !Bwt :thioiigh. OUi .

kft .. -"The" Universal Yankee Nation": usurpers ot'them until time_ cease to VxisjtI2th'.rThehbnest'and iih61rhaftnerci&l ?X,TiWEJGllTjllil ? nretcrly W111Z meeting oZi the c0rP0ati0U

i I Fighting one people and feeding.another- ---------V-- Efclorj DAVIS % _-A -f '- \ --. >- !. ; -, ;
-. ; botK mechanics and:.wbrkmgmen- hei' afa'el 1Q hatuolIcyOfthNorth. : ) jloubt "
May they get enough I ; pillars> of ; 24th fMSyth Iop3
remarks that he has ibee -
I. 'k By'J. ILlJDirsonethe' Committee our country-logtand. .their.own_ bbttbnL V j L' Induced, ,o take'this wethr. tley rwoujL eter ermit.a -- -- : 'V UIr4
&c.; -- i-* *At '*f. vtinue f ; V '
ri.t: : General Ptfffl I i3tTbe her W -M yth jr con- ty the impaired tydf his health.-. V8tep cachd te'favoredby'the'South V-to come before V
q Thpv present fashion places te **M; 4**, ** # & V fT 'imv after
to _. prcfat
; sustain"'theirrcharacters as Americanias _::__ r r''iiii*wf4-fe' 3r- ru- *V-' Gi'ay, some
Vr;;I 'alTjpiUanif=ii the reflr'andthe,was there,'when those of'76 and never furl their colors.* i if AH ECBU Wnio'STATE -'Corvio'c-At l\wr the- -* -<* .J But the_suggestiouias. been- .made; -V.b' thVVapqd
the action brvSar G0r : ,. a ? -VXui&'e -% V
? : )'* \ *><&createda->*S '-' bustle.' V V .:Whig .V.. ritjoV v ;eyeryjeasb.!belie.fe that the at tlaieing

.. By J. WJ Bryant,one of the Committee &d.-- VOLUNTEiRlTdASTae'Temperan'ce ,/ > V S6i. wfll abide t'-jJi LrVi-f .It t-it.jfUr-i-for thorth" "
: Geiier l\Vorth-Althougl "thewavin'pluh ?'' 'V 4 -
1 .;w&I not seen' atsPidp 'Altoot Besaca s rst' -tC ikt cai4idate for Goveriwr-On the' f toMiovlt. .. l rs.-WwM q ; % : oncedecvcry.- thing iinV $ ,

4 Patoia-rat Monterey,, Verai Cruin'*""" ao.. thnicePre4ddT1e .Gejjfbad,11. t IcI Xh witLpurj'tvT.1? alF' guaranteed, .a. _. jK TathrresidentJthU V V &
I 11 Gordo, it .was a beacon of victoryi July.Ityo: y talimeae-: ''i .V: _. J 1 1ndi4ate by th1nstitutaoiz )Ve aU14 be base and V SiK-iWrtOmrLoni'Mayor/$1*
1r !
4 I ;B;;A.B.H zard'pnerphV} Comi&; 'itticipate 'Bitrgessespother'' '* "< -

I .-The South May her institutions sdraQvernor VT ? leateto'tt _
cp tinuetp reh.TB.BellOWMayfhC esolutiona.wetft-n VlLfli beg rf v
;: 4I prosper, andmay her sons ever possess that independence' -: nexesid nt .. ;i' ubppositronto the _; V the Jfederal Governmenriusdl( f1.the

of speech and heir daughters th at' b hewbombet_: by V tstritpbervance'ot-, Witmot 4 provisoatnd'. tnanking the V 4ie United States;our deep and-affe '
:. Irtue,modesty,s *Aii7 ; -.t i *wUcil-- 'V V V 3 ike us rosperohomeswe'1l VV / $::1 CALUOVN>.CM.fV%'erenco j* 5 taourvc.SS5t wbo is not aeadly hostile to theapit of thV *s-* --t-At ATL.liaifi&witv

: l1.1:4: : chaacteristioohersoiL -*->il*
i deject 'abrad- J.iw&mw&m ' rvisi .-
eCntydisturpedJorezgn po
4 V eIations A esolu- $ ,
;; ; By )YmAlsop oneheCommitee&t.I. -
T! Pst4ent'ijUoVpr9edto cMit isotoier1ord tlon.a3 also adoptedrecoime1 Oen TAt"tfimi
fl ater:r o -
Gordo, t head the'ga1la itBjOscar r; 4 enlnQ sup
? V he ba cl d : I i4h 4 by' ,the -liberality of
Hart, one f the Conunitte u $
rhe: r'V .. NOrt wu
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l 4inoirebythe arnm ott1os *hdfo ght tij 'fiocie Mayth iishWevca-i 7 .. k ysiraslhe'Vead'bfa'8fet| p
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.s Tr ee ft'tdth who do still intemperate;]mw m ( *
s agas Ta msmm m ebt&aber 10liti.l iUlegiaiic l&b"vwWTOO of, cleanse]tik pfUHeip" >awt bf.1Ti .V 6.
cip fmmvK ( m all those 1the tere hoc. **- ,7 fl the fl
J 'I theIIove rewzrdecL those fhosil gallant deeds: i.. > TWH &T* -j. &vRV.T liT ".__, "..,_ "*A ** __.1. .i* m&M) *mmmtKti& :

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ouriheartsor affections, : ; rjr'h -1 f J ___ .-!._ V V ,V V : V W
BU-COflut.Our 1MO1mIb tae8 t : _$ ?
that tbc goTj j b ed in aietter vr1tme I
: ur 5atiSffi fl lit- Tby itts thatjthe Bn4sia$ Cb htuihua. dQWelf
wbo long >ffensivelyolyfcpmpromit
ref.go our expatriated the'dttligence'from VJcr himself maiiuat
'A ?he be o
ntionsxample f with'nine ?
oii1d ba'v i set to the t&the :
: of aiding the pn- knife, some & V -
rraee ble Jiisblngtliem t9 exlent, h the enewsaid V
of its citizens, by giving its municati6ns'whichTTrerd) 8ent'ttl the 'government. munitions ofwar.
site bCflCcOle1 vey, food to a distant people. ." 'There$it is true."aiptheFstoryof'the The.Consul .thought, Tg&j ,
vtp kpep. the,
5hips ofcP gives them no national guerrilhs under Jarauta having/bHthe'SOtti of t tjwps huahuk'1 ftyfeetiiew; htheIIn*I
wit buildin atv
1hose nDhappy.positiOfl retutfl, but must leave the genertheapprovalof- May, captured 80 wagbhs/$> horses;'arid killed :wich.: A'public 'efI1 __ J1thmine aIiijn? failingrpf the ar jfor;!had drankflritK
jvIeflttO Yankees between Vera Criiz ium-fiotiteamintetesbefiw-e) camedqwntlxrpu hi
rewarded by 200 ; ,and' t I
1 ThejolScci'in Command told hini'that
tO ,t he xot
donors this to be the she akx'&hopcand1an&e&on.lit.
0113 but we Mexican
suppose history his orders
consciences. wer t9tcjtji and?enter -it ,hV _lt"f 7-U *<* > *"l.iii *H >*"Leye&npu .
t ber ofl that this is not the thstCCS2IOU the attack on Colonel MdhtdshV 'u "ri1' :f s" f :Dy }
6ir, "Trpuld The Consul ifh&'a'icLnHjbetth
"We ar which-' the generous sympathies of ; % .Z -. : rulOf t"rppliea"thW i *ork, .Hejnmped up to goto teas1Maneeb! I IV
H' t hBOtbe auffererh
O }have outpoured themselves .From!,. the New Orleans Picayune of the.SSthjult his.vthe Britihgrnjjntaj; "Kivoffieifll'y _a1 : bma 4bf diiuetobi4*ad : it I

A SoiPPU<* for famishing multitudes in IMPORTANTERO3F31EX1CO.! v "U thoTct'3# wrZW'{ ;? ? *&*fy wt edo1ltlidiiihge ; ,oHxr4ER1l1 .-

in iffibrfi We know that many years ago, .. oofhighi repliedftheiclerkTf''neTer.pmiiirfore : .
ic> jpav *ii Dcuu liUilb lUi Ulcfla&ul I
this X of humanity similar if not Gen. Scott's Departure from Puebla-Noeo4. in 'the'hostility' f thd13tltih GovernM than $350Jn iny.UfeV wZJPt :
t L
enthusiasm "
theoMmw .
Tith tutious for Peace-Withdrawal of :oftinn& %& $!8&it -'- _
amount to that which now so nobly Troops t h4f bell itself th 4. "v., j t1- .*.. w ; ; _
2Ses country citizens fed th peo- from JalapaXjren.. :Pillqw7s departure fronjYera.Cruz T Hefbrder.ed"bu.bef9re 1 -. *, 1*. .'"ir'-rt t-' ;;.iiii'i> ,, ;. ---'ig.\ ju3.'iwruirrenewing a' ; 1aChflC17 tj
JO" your Santa Anua.still President-AU %bpdy of'Yankee volunteers at
Greece. We know that in | it'arrivwl soniQ'of th'ei&e ha4cuii4ed /
0 jmpoverished IrisonConhiion 'of atamiftK iOen Taylpifexiioticef attracted V
pie monte in P.arties in was .
the Tear 1S32, when famine wasted the inhabi lip to the top of*thebuflding. 'cot down*in* b yfa Hercules of a fellow,from NewHampshirelshrfeetffour :
Cabinet : .
Mexico ( l '
the Changes-Intercepted Des <- W
when *** **
Islands ,
Vvte side and threw thedoors VV
Xorldwas the 1pe De ; of those patches, &c, &c. '.i!' / i j .open...._ -. Irk f inches in ightvHe:: as only18 ,,.) '
to the sufferings : '
torpid BillforDo
The steamship Palmetto 'Capt. Smith 'on years bld_ ,._4'hyapTarkfy' ot 6i growitt
who were perishing within its -pre- 'N -'Ike"drawing3*at ( any the r if&* / Permelia5.KRob.t ) V

lets Wanders, and, their mother country attended toheir last evening from'Vera Cruz, having sailed 23.d ult. for the court pf8 Appeals,"gave,'Lie'Ut;' hI e ismdtiveibrvolunteeringJ'1ti'iJ h1thi.t.s' T aiipthng'to't.h&Court f'the3flI $
thence the 18th -inst. Sh'touchedTni5o 1 lied'
wants with aninidequacy that was equiv- on Gov. Gardhier, the. 'long;tertai'8yearsj' JudgQJewettj : : .'- *;; -' ; :in this >that:Permelia II
lent t to total lioglect; the young sympathies ot -" on the 20th and Brazos Santiagp, 'otfthpAlthough1 ? the'shoil'Qnej yearsfjjto; Chief/Justice 'r:4- *'4'4k,. H' -. W.- *. >v the JJefeadantin causes th jfesides&I Eobarti,
2 1st inst. -f t iepCns1ngbas no experience in.batt1e.c casey, but\ofYthii :
political Bronson- the
bound to them by no. teri4of 4 yeVrSf and totTudge; 5tat ..
tI our new world, : not U 'lWfj :J 1phu1.NY>'Globe' ''' ,8Qthatproces; :bril%w'canng be erve1
commercial relationsassociated we are in posession bfletters '
ies-linked to them by few Ruggles, thatof6yes:4 ; 6 ha.ii-ifiot iuiti; Qd rtI upon her; according; to law. .
by none of the claims of neigh- from Mr. Kendall, we have advices upon which 7 *'.TT I '-.., i J "I J L't '-. 1jn "T* **"f .._ *
and we reliance tb.the movements oif Pro and Con.-In a t'L thuet.9 i ; }**i }uOKDKBKivThaijie/1cL
all distances physical place every gentleman's debating society D
VV fedtb
torhood-overleapwl : ;
he axulapp ai.COotIIRlsboough before th ciUt V
Gen. Scott. An atMarblehead questionjwas :abpyejlsWe of reniice'Vjia licipt.L
iorzkl and fed that population gratuitously.for express fromPuebla\by-the the bat d, j f ;
nontlig., These facts may take from the pecu- route of Cordova, had' arrived at Vera Cruz,anhounfcing ''is a woman a;dr9incdary2# which was decided, -tr- s-c 4Cutozj Tampa on the second Mo,c ount tobe.1ield at '

i iarIty of the compliment paid to ourselves,but that (i IL Scott commenced his inarch she is-until ste takes 'vff.JKrlm'stleK ,,IIus& .ecepts ii&New York-.Tbe 1847, and, defend said suit t ;
l the Mexico the 16th'1i1t'We At at female mount jsam&viUbeAnd > 4 4V
Mettles the! character of those to whom we upon city on debatingsociety-trat'vwest, the '.

Ire so dccpl? indebted, it indulges our. grateful hear not a word inprein regard to!*the question was discussed, 'isa man.a.monkey?'? t; .Houseon Monda41astwas, .,.iO367i8b; that;a copy oftipox5e? >be c
the overtures for said to have becn'madetb which was decided 'he'is-iintil4 haves EveningfPjCst observes thatiif .publish
fcein! /.fourthauks. Still we do believe-that the Gen. Scott. That he marched on the lGth'weave his goatee? ; #'si r '*' *.6 bringast; large atribute"to ;the, treasury space of three months ewspapers gtaleyfor*ties
according to
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condition of our unfortunate country does excite h no doubt. t t;hrbugh-bur custom housej; we should collect in *\JT, :
some peculiar sympathies among your peo-. Another express had arrived atVjera Cruz "I say, George,'? said one of the returned volunteers Sew..York-from'the customs alone, under "the V Judge, Souththi Cuit'1o.ida., '

-k Of this we find evidence in the unparall- from Jalapa, which announces'that all the'sick to a comrade, as they yesterday,passed new tariff, a revenue,'ofnear1y1thfrtyininemillions Atruecopv' 4 V V : V V I

;led extent of the efforts now being made in its had left there on the 15th ult. for Perdtc ahder the caravan,inside of which the double pig Jux- of dollars. # p> ti'faio : ,;

teaalfover the surface of your republic, and in a small escort. CoL Childs was to leave the following uriateg, and outside of which it is exhibited on l, .- -,-:---.---> *.' 'v.:' -*..4July9th1S47 r F4VA-iYARECIerk ROBTS f

tie unprecedented conduct of your government, day with all the garrison. Gen. Shields canvass, "let us go mend take a look at.'this .,The Peopfe 1ising-for Gen. Taylor.-The 3niWAREHQUBE10F' .D

jpi.ingbhips of war for our uses at a moment wouldaccompany hUlL The road between Jalapa here animal." "Not I," said the comrade; "my: Philadelphia*Inquirer: *says that'a?'Democratic- ; vin / -* -

then the whole resources of your country are and Pueblk is represented as free. from desire to contemplate animated oiature is-gratified mtinglnfavor of Gen'Eaylor .*- -..*- -'Pxsi- :

gjjled into exertion both by land and sea, for guerrilla parties of any kind. I -I hate seen the ElantP--Delta. dencyw s c1datHaisburg" n Satiirdayevenhitg VV

prosecution of the hostilities in which you About one thousand troops left Vert Cruz on lastSever i eMlemen ofeminecefroi iarr'-I' "okt; V ,

engaged.ijlat .the 18th ult., under the command Major Gen. Tremendous Excitement.-The Boston Courier I'hi1ad Iphiawere peeitnd'.adO elo- V 4 :. -' : _'_ .:;:V : t4,
are V
the people of Ireland should be so often Pillow, to join the army of Gen. Scott. : states that the decision of-Judge Gushing that'umbrellas qu nt- speeches, A StateaiCentr
eitibited to the world as mendicants, receiving The Spanish renegade named La Vega, who are property has created a great excitement .was appointedandlikVineetings'were'recommended Cedar. Street, New York*. }tf'
tie clarity of other nations, is deeply humiliating lately repaired at Vera Cruz in company :with in that city. An indignation meeting tb'the Democrats. throughout the State. -: VV V V V .
to that the pleasure of rendering you the veracious Col. Mata from this city, is represented was held during one of the smartest showers 4t .4t L4 LI :

our thanks is dashed with gloomy and melan- to us already in command of a strong Tuesday, in a leaky shed upon one of the city V Attention'! the* Whole! A.pamphlethas been qLATE4LEZ

clolr feeling. To return thanks gracefully for guerrilla. party. wharves at which resolutions were unanimously iss'uedr'by "Andrew !BrSmolnix"arj'whichgivesnotice & JUDSQN,) jI

favors,which, while they bless the giver, must By the express from Jalapa we have no'ihtclligence ? passed protesting .against, this strange to all men and *othnth'iit'aCon4ention V Occupythe spacious FIVE STORY WARE 4

in some degree humiliate the receiver, is no easy of Gen. Cadwall der. as the rider came doctrine unprecedented deisiOWsiggeri will 4be held on the 12th, of August iVt in HOUSE, No:56 CEDAR STREET,-the WHOUEof .'

task-nor will you exact from our misery, its by a circuitous route to avoid the predatory Trumbull. 'county" ,''OhiOrt prepare for the mil- which devoted ;to im exhibition dsa1o V
perfect execution. But if it could be easy in parties on the road. iir O/iio.-TheWhig State'Central lemum.., .' -i* ( ; ftheSingle4Ai'&ieof .- tj4-J

any sc it would be easy in the present. Your By this arrival we have received 'papers Committee Ohio have issued an address to PRIN.flD CALIGOES. 4

manner and your words have been as kindly from the city of Mexico of the Cth, 7th, 8th, 9th their political bretheren, which, in the words of Good Neighiorhood. fain! was lately advertised (t V
jvmpathetic as your acts have been openhanded June. Our previous files came down to the the Boston AtlaSj "contains'the true Whig doc' in a Wwern newspaper," in'which all 'predenf Stock consiste of nearly ,
and liberal If there was any country to 29th of May. The intermediate dates we have trine They say: the beauty of the situation fertility soil, and rOiie Thousand Packages, V

which the Irish people could feel pleasure in not yet received, and presume they have been "We are opposed to the, acquisition and annexation V salubrity of the'air, was, detaijed n'the 'rich-: E"mfcracing spnie 'THOUSANDS' {:different ,

owing and acknowledging obligation of this forwarded by some.'sailing vessel. We have only territory, in any manner and under est glow of rural description. wlcb! was farther V teth.'and''co1orgsTand comprising.eTerjr V

cluructer. that country, Sir, would be yours. had time to glance hastily at the papers before any pretence whatever-- and as citizens of a enhanced with this Jf. B. -There is not an Attorney "' thing .desirable JaV.the line, 'JOREIGN. .. sand

Yon will believe, Sir, thit: our present gratitude us, from which we glean the following : free State we will never consent to the further within,fifteen.miles of the,neighborhood.Considerate. .. JJUJieidlll/tv.' % y.-.f.- ... f; ,?<=;J t T,
is deep-felt and abiding, and is measured not so Santa Anna still remains in power. His resignation extension of slavery. 1 f this exciting question 1tOhtchi offered for sale" ior casn"orsdtisfa V

much by the extent of the benefit conferred on we.presume was withdrawn ; for it is is to be thrown into the political arena1, jut is "John- don't .Cousin ctor crwHt.tthe'iQiri52PJziicfcai
give .
oar people, as by the flattering good will evinced intimated that a, majority of Congress was anxious to t>e forced upon us, we will' meet it like men. Simmon's horses-too many, ..oofyou know L Lr .by the V J.v V

in conferring it. to accept it. iiis udniiubtrutipu, in con Weare.JKeady-AY, READY/ they have;hay." > 4 Yeth thnr,'? said Johnymoy-.V 1tI1eceor: Iakag '.. :t

To you, Sir, personally, for the promptness sequence of this feeling in Congress, has entirely ing towards the.barniM Andj hark ye John.don't .-. w New7/StyIes'Hare receded-.almost everyday;
with which you sanctioned the act of the legislature changed its policy and thrown itself into The black Flag.-In onV instance, in the
give them too much- hay know
; they
and the wonderful rapidity, so characteristic the arms of ihcpuros. One great section of the presence of some American officers,,the British have dais."** v ,* t \ you' niid'many.oft1memarcgQt'V; ;.. -. ; 'V

of your nation, with which you had it puros. however is not conciliated .by this movements Consul was very eloquent his eulogies of the V : 23r: Printed lists f rices$ ctedfrOmV- { V

carried into execution, we tender our warmest : the adh'erants of Gomez Farias and Gen. Mexicans. They were a most brave, enlightened ,-. V *r- i V .Passengers ,' day to day, with eyery; *ariation'iuthe market i m
acknowledgments-and respectfully beg that Almonte still.continue their opposition to the: and a particularly magnanimous and human V are?placed iri'the'bands.of buyers. '

you will convey to the Government, the Legislature Administration. Senor Rejon, the. former .people,'who, in their'engagements with .-Per- -steamer- .t- Sariteesjifrbm, p Savarinah'; ,.July_ 7th. Merchants will be/able'to'fom'someidea'of; 81

and the people of the United States, the friend of Farias, is said to be the main support ,all enemies scrupulously observed the.-rules of V -Maj..C Taylor, H S. Cla, k'anil, R aiova.flIAflINEIi'iTELL1ENCE. the'exfent Variety" four assortment when PI

expression of a gratitude, which shall never be, of Santa Anuars administration; although he war, and that forbearance to vanquished.foe, we state, that the value of\our usual stock, of V I
effaced from our hearts, or those of our childreas5 holds no public office. He is denounced as a dictated by the more enlightened ethics of the; 'thisit&adtzJis at leastKtwice the Value'of

children man without principle a truckler, ic. present day. the entire stock of.:dry-goods f ,
JohN GRAY, Chairman. "Are you done now strangerF said the ca],. JPORT OF.JACKSONVILLE.JttL; wholesale tisually:kept byourlargest" ,. .. V
: jobbers: This iact -togetfief '
IMFORT.&NT FROM, COUNCIL BLuFs.-MurdeJ- tain of a company raised in,the western part of trith"the feetthat -
'' our; meamrand
[From the X.O.Delta 20th ult] on the Plains.-The, St.. Louis Reveille of the Missouri, whenhethoughthe:-,.-. had--j iji *arihuxn. L ARRIVED.; ..V I.f attention, instead 6f being divid aniong aTast mr 41m 4'Tarietfofartie1ear&devotedVwhoUy'tooitz
LATER FflOil MEXICO. 22d ult. has late intelligence from "Council L OUt. f -. .-. r- ?, :f! lst, *Schr.Jel Nortef Friend,.J yV'e4. j

The Mexican Generals-The Defence of the Cap Bluffs, by Major J. Miller, Indian agent. IheYaucton "I am done," said the Consul :..1 will however 1st._Schr. CoL Sinimons-, -r-)Augustine. L V. render the advantages"wliichi we can offer, .

ital-Guerrillas-The American Army-San Sioux Indians were threatening to add that my statement is unanswerable. .5th.-U.S.Mail Steamer,St.Matthews, Chase, to dealers perftctly; obvious jfand' it 'shall be V
murder all the M-ahas and Ottocs. well li Well if this here don't' said I Savannah via fit Mary's ; .
ta Anna-Withdrawal of his Resignation as as answer.you2 Darien; Brunswickj'janji ( our bare that'. none who visit our establishment

The Clergy, fcc-, &c. the whites at Council" Bluffs, .and were approaching the young volunteer," Tom Benton himself could L to Fernandez &1Bisbet *, ? .)CtiCth. shall meetrwith any disappointment ;: V .

We have received our Mexican papers 4 from with a large war party The Grand I not stump you!;J and he held up.the black,flag Schr. Mogul tPlerceNew York.V Our assortment is complete at all seasons of VV V

tie 30th of.May, to the 5th June, inclusive Pawnees were also very hostile to the whites. which the enemy unfurled before going to?the: 7th.--U..S. Mail Steamer Santee,;;Crew, Savannah the'year" *V V'LEE JUDSON '&;:LEE.

They contain little of moment, bat as almost A party of the Grand Pawnees had attacked I battle of Sacramento, which showed ,thevmur-. via Darien, Brunswick,and Mary's, "P.S.DF.VLEE formerly, j'of the'-firm' .

every thing from that country is at present read the Oregon emigrants, and demanded a parley.They derous designs of the Mexicans. The representative to Fernandez &-Bisbee.. rMercIiandize to T W Lord & Lees; and late senior partner of the original V

with interest, we shill give a brief synopsis of told the whites they wanted presents, of Queen Victoria said nothing, though L. Jones, and Fernandez- &Bib. e., firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection V s j
their contents. which they must have, or they would attack .he evidently thought there*wassomething.inthe L .. Steamer.BaraK, Spalding, Bailey, talseMonroe. ,he thdrew sometime
The them. The emigrants them some emblematic eloquence of the Missourian.* .-ToJFernandez &'Bisbee '" agoyhas resumed V '
Mexican Generals.-Gen. Arista was apprehended gave presents V business in ,'c(5nneotiohWith( Messrs Lee& VV
on the evening of the 29th of May, with which the Indians were dissatisfied, ; '. n /, : : ..CLEAItED. V." V : Judson, under .the ffirm of; LEE. JUDSONJ& VV

and immediately sent under escort, towards and demanded more; It is stated that Gem Taylor was in coxxunnn- : 5th BaiieI, S 'LEE,'and he ventures to asaure his friends and i

Acipuko. The reason for this arrest is un- The emigrants then prepared to defend them, ion with the Methodist EpiscopaLChurch previous .jonroed V :::4. ,... the public, that the n w.fiimwiUm.intaixIth V V

tnoffa. Gen. Almonte was still in prison, and selves, but could not succeed in gathering in to his departure for Mexico. .:: f .-. ,Savannih. same pre-eminencVin.thisbranch of, the'trade V

had been removed from St.Jago Tlateloco,to the their sto k. The Indians thereupon fell upon : '4Vy -, whichrformerly; distinguished, the 'other.two, 9

cit;Uuadalupc. He was first accused of conspiring the cattle and killed more thaii fifty head, be There is a melancholy fatuity, Whiggery.- 5 9thOmen' A' ," houses to which he belonged.> .. .. V V
sides taking a1:number of horses. They were The Nashville Whig, which now opposes the war, V %
against the of Santa Anna and June25 ;1847. if
afterwards accused,person in some of the public jour-, still following on the trail of the emigrants said, in May, 1846.1 that,{f is. a just war oh/our V ; Irrr" ?Eiecirfori-.Wotice.; r VV : : : :
nils, of treason-but a correspondent of the Ucpubliconb Two men belonging to the return government t part, and that the'United States.would haye V 'AviU be heldj'inDuva1! 'Count V ,V V Tn.CirciiitCourt. ,. 7 -". ; VV

suggests that the sole motive for his train had also been murdered. been justified musing force jndependent'pfjbelatejjrpceedings ELECTIONS the fourth((4th) day of October EASTERN-X2IRCUIT,FLORIDA,*.. .V I jt
on.'tliRi 3Ianthdn. ? -
imprisonment is, that he is too great a friend to / next ensuing,;(stD4S&7,),foroae Senator,:(o t ,. >j COLUMBIACOCNTY.TO VV wrrc tDecenibef ; V V .

his country to suit the purposes of those in power. Gen. Taylor and the Presidency: -The New Orleans .'Alexaucler "foriiier1'Tdno ., the fefr class'for) 8aidl:>pountyrfprtwb; Repre5.eiatative -V V / V .. Tern, 1847.Archibald .- .,, ;
Gen.Ampudia having refused to proceed Delta of the 25thult. says:- :A gentleman cratic U. S Senator Andersonj from Tennessee came on?in- ?jofsaid.County;ja the General Assembly .:. V / H. Cole,James-B*} V ,

wCuernaviica, us ordered, was sent thither Under in this city received, a few day ago, a letter favor of Gehl: Taylor,,for the 'Presidency, at of the state pf.EJbrida: for ou .Sheriff.' one Cole' aid George WVCole. ,partners -- .
escort .from Gen. Taylor, in which, referring to the attempts meeting lately held in'tha't Sfate. jrhicli Gen: ircuit';Court Clerk jone'/lWAssessor and TaxColiectorj &ci.using the name'Mand. /Attachment:
The D fence the On the 1st of of kini four County Commissioners oneCounty sleofo1e&JBrothexs $um'V8woriito
of Capital- certain papers, to make a"party nominated. '''* ** 5\ ; ? : ,
Jane all the was. Coroner for said1 -* > .?&>. ., $1fl.IOk.Vt4
natives of the United States were candidate for Pr esjdent, the General says that Survey randme ; : V
Ordered to leave the city Mexico for the States he is very reluctant to be a candidate at all, but MOrigtbe 'the OeiS County Duval 5 r Also?foi* four Justicca; of the" rHe klali'A Nash-, and MerBon&i1 for .
Mississippi Ckers,
4 Jalisctfor Morelia,or they would be dealt with if ho is, it will only be as the candidate of all I and Peace for each;of the; r pectiveJustiCs Disr Vick.] .$343 "00 Vi' V

*ording to the kws of nations. Gens.(G uticrjGpana. parties-as a spontaneous choice of the,,people GenTaylort othersfthitregiOrihavegOt steam on: Itis ciistoni5a.afull'1icad'Pr tricts of aaid CpUityjIS .id-Elex.tions'to} be lick I" Btituting the firm of'JLA,-. ..- ./
fVV ;
.Martinez, and Pulomino, are entrust- of all parties-,that he would not Lave>the'office ttie'boats 'pasfo se6 a at;the pUces/'and'.under superintendence of: ; :. ; :, d
wtith Ac command of the lines defence ofcity. unless it was.untrarnelled by parly politics'or them with'1.some'8ttch the gentlemen:hereinaftw'named, and who are HlOTDefendantg[ aid/all others* -interested .
hailing wordas
the Bodies of the National G uard are said obligations. The, letter,..i. written tpa prominent the following i""Hello, thar any''feller', aboard h'ef ebyTappointed..Inspector V bf' said ,Election, JL:are hereby'notified'of cbmmencement, .

w won their way and constantly arriving from. democrat of this. city.. What }have ,bur that ere boat'who ain't in favor to'Wit: ;, if : : of-the above entitled suit ,by. Attachment,V returnable I V
tte adjoining States,and it is believed that from worthy contemporaries,of'the'Bulletin' togay, to this, there is'a significant"1TTTfT i Ithesleeves. .At.; "Jacksonvttif.'s ',Pyie tdjJustices. District tcwmt-the'it the'Deoembe t1ud Term jbfsaid 1 Court,
w M&ijinDeeembernexti4m
seventeen to twenty thousand troops will be this. ; ,\ M as if the qierist intetdedto.jitOI I ; o InsctParqurBethuii0bJ3ig -
Concentrated o'w Olimi.WOed. aria required 1to appear and, plead
for the protection of the city. into" the 'fell i"inquircd fir..4 V 4' t4he
The Cfer x-Thcreis no doubt that the cler- Flour andBread.-Th.ellaltixaore Sun ofiihe24th : -. I. 4t -. ; 4t ftlack Ciee1c'or Gai P Ferry Piecuct-- .dclaationtherein V iSled according tilair/f H
&of Mexico '' L ,}: N3SMTI>ERSPN; .. V
,notwithstanding the attempts that ult, says-The decline.inflour, during the : ;: ; )
Charlcstou papersvaw/nlied wit"hac4
ate made ia this country to enlist them in the past.week has been.rather more rapid than.the cou' *._ af the Ai Il,!.sianW TTL; .3i, certai' ly"I*:: 'Blitcbl.XjFebrge. Branhing/Solpmon
arDy misrepresenting the intentions' of our speculative mania, aided by"'the wailing offarnine .C.g.reatbore.flSav. Af ama -Pfecinctj fits ea District No.I .

letter governmcat from are decidedly Jn favor of peace. A' had caused to rise to its previous high rates' '. Ip 1 : .; V lnspectow.*. alyinReedEbeneierETATAt. ; V -c ,
S.iK'K .
uaerence Perot compkins bitterly of,the in- Itis now selling in New York at $7 25, ill Philadelphia I Chales.iyrnefrrs A-tK i'f SIX WEES after date,the underijned will 4
j Noble Act elJ'of ArPresideht
the which they every where manifest to at $7-and in Baltimore at $6:50. -iThis.isa # -' : 4r&.Jo1sa'i r : '-to 1th8 VHonorable thr0'Judge '
invasion. And ia El of the 4th (say the?Baltimore 'terwere Ic t tfriewIji 4rkt Qibs, '
third fr&a r bate of the' of
Republican the
Jun tallJofviiearly .one highest H fc t* J"M f-- ----- ,7 W*' +r .L County HiUaborOugh, for Letters V
ft. Vs- long and rather bitter article.upon- price of the season, notwithstanding which most ) jast 1ettcrwhipilie brav kii !Amander ParsousJ; Lewijj Christopher. J&M : Administration on.,thi'erof.L J&L V 'g
tike8 conduct of the priesthood, and the editor of the baker's breadS weUiave*seen continues of: is, supposed to na>eVritteir.was tbiCoLPolkldietirigUef'a eda.CreekiLt lhVSch.oot.fl6usenbwocjumed ; ; -,;: F

occaso *, ke particularly severe on the the same dittiinutiye'size that it assumed during v at H'V 6v De'Cottes JuSticesDistrictNdstiii"faspecte'fs' :*--* State i-of.Louisiana ; .; V V V

ftbishop of puebla, whom he accu3c& of.visi-. the period that flour was selling at. $9"50@$10* 'family.' |Ier.was poor, a'nd.hia fiiiiuly.f\fer. VV .; V, V -i V

tflOen.Tor protecting>troops, andtrcaof .- + .p.. pendent upon ,njmty Hd.'had afyo' glad atthe' 1 1G ,. ,,V .

th encnj of to countries his friends.he .- Front'Gen. Scotf.-Z-Tbe Washi.ngtonUnio ..of28th : Oi wn.Oo1le e'1ea1n so I 4 -; mark1 *j t .4
&rt1e t. .
the Bishop is rcpscnted as a June, statc 'has'*
.President a'dbpted tiiis'iboyjiAnawUl L 'V:41anipa
I great influence in the Church, as aseisaarian at the War Office from Gem Scott's 1a ? ; L7 : ; 6wNTjiE11 ?-
campr educate i ) \i iiv( ii( mUd
and a firm supporter of the -tba1 "with1 the reinforcements*that."Wereotrroide James Odtt'? -
and that he will seeto thc'co'mforfcof'the f&rii I *: : :! J IhIHE
Sflpremaey. tiiy 4t
el He' may in foct, be look '- Cruz, he would probably Eaye, .
Upon* T21liiaS J 1Aag BrannainEeni o-Paier1iip keretofoi existing'ndOrVtheflri
m SOme sort the head of the troops '
: Q'flrchand > ca -.v;. J>->f *-A.1: l.->r iy.J"U: ; .ft.V }-; **" :- tJL- fCOLE U1CLBDS&O, %
< his
conduct regarded I ital, perhi *ith utan s nousoppOsitlon: say thato e onW.iouynyhepvi 3jnt T.eeI1 All
a4 re of the feelings with which!the ed The Uthon ftgiiA liii intresthIgettei r into a- dozen or'mor puo ofaidIiy i r_ persons'Lhaying ciaims anst'jjaid.nsent fiiin

clergy, and all enlightened men not'im. from Gen-'WortH _, _._.... _..._ .__ passehgersr not onte-ofvw] ku ) 8 t CtUlati1ri(5) them* ag ; will 'Vpleaso
:: iyfe psent' tot' sIeItto
1IateIy 4L. It4&: A.H.
? Connected with the parties of the Cap.. have very little doubt thatHleneral'Scbtt is f--f-'ri.i.o-i.i >pi. r-v: ( ).o c

. VntrJinterests the w. Their> wishe.and thei. by this time in'the capital unles ebme'definite'propositions L. easemaktf aV. .

point to peacesaiAccount8 r p ea O|h'avel; b eii inSde by, *,the d, .. .- 1 ; k 4 Ii i % # fPbt'e CEABi1i'L fIieifor&zMptirties.r pyme V'V V 1'itbcr
t -
from all I Mexican government 'i -' 4- ii. ; ,
; are published Iv. T %! 4qzlzL7gtijui ti.Rt4T9P.1.cthIklfbllowing ;: ; : V'V
fot ?3or toe formation of guerfilk'bands,, : V

'tiff b said of their perfonnance and we; PhlUpJr ncu} rr-, T, Dembcrfttic partj mt he*(Hdph1iOLgi. ; : VV
suspect that'the l ls :l *3.* "-i1lS T V
) recofds'bf the'news"fatherah county, has beennonunated bytiie; leaocratic Wilinot pT8O14C .

$) evidence of ivfiat the edit- C JTSHl ?atBalUiiiToIejas thicaadijfo? ML4iJie nda- i'Vetth, '
petlnt ofwt t1i ii I .Etit o :rccevii.t1t atoc9tiiit.
couiiifjhnwfdoriim Gby'ernprat ihT3pI lection. J7 ; h4 I'slivly nQse -V.
9tn J V' $ V
4f ; NOT1CE ;
published p>6rt, of r'UiOtlC .;
) rovi&1inor isltxg utthe r V t'thtn V :

their OperatjoIlj dtrifiou L IcnbaltEbugH- i1 Lay; h&oDeua;) tIm tm'Roth y&InIy t'Vk *vx *SQN to a d fra >debts' I

ugitives m, jiistlde: corfvicts-fo : 5 %dj itT tbe Aknaeiiifni; 3g' iadlaim Wjn bfldi' lifrfirmTofCol 1 1V
ee hot Riehard Tt -' "' .MAki 4_' .L _
: fe :
cajcital,aid ag4bozi1 Ehd'criminmayseem- ilio f thditith dchdih&j1iravei v ( qVV'V
liar lted i111 E: rott hiseJuhyt22n L V'V VtflEOL __
iiftdd :
fltd.niake iar'ii to 'tbem & fr t1 C4cflit. i EKp vS fr par 3IYJX3 I_

IflTJere pturiugprop erty, &' posed:tSftHft&t nju g' '
Orkli rcnzitthicevi eUbis YIe DCQi

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n. ., .J". -..<._,,....,.' '... ..I'"r_' ". ..'..' ," .. ." -,' Sheriff- >fl.Sale.B7fviH : .- ,E'W' :'.'s'' 0' R{. "! I : : MEa":t":" -C' ,:
p ,.- .; .
oI.j_" __'r'_: ; O:r6f\a wri" ri'.f)i4'fiainiei : ''.' "
t .... ._. : the Grctdt Columbia Coaii- I.i : pRDE I S i' frthed} Co.4 :1 .;MSaSHOLMEs. ;& <.i.|nwie iemovi'diTL4ietr
: ; : : T ,.. : ; .toel: Dr 1freh8ndl. to therlargeil4jegorrlyoccup ,.
.; : ., tEastrarn. Cir' of the;;.Stafe of, F16noX li ?'rlYIrttaen"ip.u r.ti '11! r. l' -, : : d byihe i \United Sipronwnt ;
M'(3St :' I ,:. .' win expose to sale, in'tet of the'(X urt'Bfousedobria I WRIGBT-1f&iPOIN'E' :, ': bk ts.j
: 7
\ nl 'th Bnildlnf. by have
-in said : i'J ; ; t., .
1 eTor lUgator, COUflt7n .. : '
1:; dded tqtheiiswckby: sbe late arrivalfromNew { ; ,
I; :.. .' ." o the,first Monday in August t JL'JtflWi; between Have rented the; tore;recently occupied by Mr B. 1 Yank. sfiilIassontmintofDryGoodGro.: ,,' ', '.0 ,. .

I; 'Jf' ': I'f : (>. legal hours nthat day,.the following de* i P. ,'CU1TE1'IInd'wnuld, -now'irjlicitjhai'pofiion( "' eeriei,., Hardrar .Provitfoni! &ci' &c.;| which > .

: ; : ; ., THE 'PBESIDENTpF THE'S d property witThe'NoTtliEUt and I '.oouth.Eat _f, public. .'paironal.. !!who''- desire ip..purchase. 't they are:prepared teTtell l! aY reduced, price; '- BY THE PREsthE.w.0 5 '
: : Quarters i of Section thirty-sii-(3e( ) ,
I .CHEAP'FOIt ASH. nOt Cottons
GOODS They are prepared purchase ,
.' .
Lots No. 2 and 8. South-East Half of,the < '
.7 : ,
If C'
; I Hides andothir. ( ) ..thehighestMarket I1'i
,. produce tbei.coun.ry. at. .
now receiving and fwillI
for constantly
( of 'law :I JAMES K. South-West Quarter of Section thirty-six, ((35,), They are reteV and make cash advances"
j 4 : : l ,parlance
F pursuance Lot No. 6. The North-East fractional,part;' on hsnda. genelal' asiortmentof : JN of .... t ot :
POLK President of the United i iI : coMignmenis 'to 'their'.rrieod, .i in) SaianahandCharleston entitled M '
Lot No. 5. Also
North.WestQuarter Section 36y Dry Gdqd8rGrpceries 'Bqqtsfl t: or New-York. ; Act, o-i
States of America do hereby declare the' South-West Half of the South-East *' ? t., : .
: .r in' '
>: Shbe8 Hats && have,4 .new' Fl '
: ; ,-. t :: They a article of Wrought Iron rjd, ,
; ,
j1 '' and mike known that public sales will l i Quarter of Section 25, Lot No. 6.All in-Township f : ; P fl9hreli: : ,theQdL : ,d r'
-ito "call f
I .R six hundred :Which they pldge' .themuelu's( *" .elbAT? THE onih they would'respectfully. & J f' rc i)833J: 7j
held the undermentioned land six ngefifteen-contiinhiig indnce. r ROLi
; be at. LOWESTPOSSlBLE tPRICF..s;.alan the attention'of Planters.Jacksonville President

1 ; ;. offices in the State of FLORIDA, at and eighty-six of William acres.Cason Levied to satisfy upon said as the fa. in .men for CASH CCSTOMERS to;'rail andexamine';'1 SHavincnmeio .Nov, '. 6. tf .State,' of'4mcrica" do,,:, r '\i
determination ,tb rrr-NO ;
5- .'
: the periods hereinafter designated, viz : favor of Cole D wling & Co.' BOOKS (;buy 'their?,Goods principally! 8d rahknoWD';, th*t'i" fe
) OIfIJjrlul! rtotlje :
.. : : ; At the land office at ST. AUGUSTINE, commencing TB. FITZPATRICK, for the.Cash. they will enabled' to cell them as will beJdlt-the'Land: oS .SeetintheS

'* : on Monday. the twelfth day of July Sheriff" of Columbia County. CHEAP'or CHEAPER than they can be"purchaised Watchmaker, ; and Jeweller. a. s t fF TaJ.
for the of the public. lands within' July 2, 1847. 1m lrfore. WRIGHT NoM: r -lTalJT. rr
f *; L;' next disposal eli EDWARD; ; disposal) of
t. t't: the limits of the und rm'ntionrd townships, Colombia SheiifHs 'Sale. S EGBERI1'OINSEI'T flespectfullvinforms the.citizens said theUDdermeQ"- '_
County S town of St.
.f !P : to wit : :virtue of,a writ.of fieri facias. i sned froni N, B. Hides and other country'.,produce taken .. IorJ acksonville(and Us vicinity,that Marks, com _

. i V4.: '4r Stulk ofthe bate line and East of the principal BY Columbia County, Eastern Circuit .of the I In' exchange for Goods./ '. ; :!,. he has removed to the h'oujejnvrnediately Monday 4th day of Oct D,. IDf.

. fi 7: meridian State (If Florida, I will expose to public ..lp. in S JacksonvilleMarch,19th;; 1847:, 1* _. :. I. I adjoining i .the one recently wit : 5 \\

.: t t : Tnwntl1il't".nly-onp. of range twentyeight.Townships front nf the. Court House door in.the. Town'of Alligator -BAPTIST '"5'5 I, ''' 5>' ,.occupied. as the printing Lot. numbered two,,three t" _

! : twentyone* and twenty, two of range 'in I'aii County, on the first'Monday i in Ju TELEGRAPH. office of'"Florida St' f'.m.n."and prepared -5 eight! *"."*P'It'II! ...1".. :'"It.srZJ

j.k ,. ;I twenty'nlhip". ly A. D. 1847, between. legal hour on that day; AND to, execute. with promptitude.all_orders connected eighteen nineteen,.Iwentj, ,-rarw.i'

eighteen and nineteen and section the following described property to' wit: The ,PLOHIDAEMIGRANT. with the above line. three, twentyfour, twrtny..ux.tWeav'" J
1 Y' 4 of Section .I 5 Township _" S Mr.' Grolhe, would also that he determined ly-eighr.. hmy, thim-one. 1f
six. in township twenty, of range thirty. East half of the East quarter say naa thirt, *", !*
4 ;: Townships eighteen, nineteen and twenty one, 6, Range 18. Also the East of the SouthWest Subscriber proposes .to;publish in the to confine his attention, in future, exclusively thlrty..r. thtrtY ltat'tL;

: of thirty one. quarter; also the South-West quarter_of the THE of Jacksonville,-East Florida, a monthly l to 'work' in "these branches. He renders his 5 !y. !u", (oniy.t knee,'..",- : _
range .
":,'& (:: .-1 Townihips eighteen end nineteen of range North-West quarter and the South-West quarter l newspaper; o(the1 above title. It shall be neutral thanks to the many friends w ho have given him ..-.tht, fifty, fifty-one, fifs,4woMf'h

I f.r. ; ; thirty two. all in Section 15, Township 6, Range 18, in all in politics;,shall' contain general intelligence ; their patronage, and.trusts, ,that )his exertions hereafter ,five,&rly- jx. fifty-eight: 5If74I4)! ,.ii .?.

,. Township eighteen cf range thirty three. three hundred and sixty acres. Levi-d on as the and In Religion, shall be frank and explicit" will be such a. ia merit it. ty-four, sixt'Six, sixiy-\"-, sv.. "

4 fa* jv-r : the land office ot NEWNANSVILLE commencing property of William Capon to satisfy' said writ'of, The paper;will advocate thefaithand practice From Jong' practise in bit Business, he feel'l four, seventy-five, sever.ty.fix,

.Y* !; .: At Monday the nineteenth day of July fieri Items in favor of John W. P" rllon. the Baptist denomination i in the United State, 'himself competent to,give,,satisfaction ,nnd )Ins I, ,enty-nine. eighty, ..eighty-six: ht1 "

; i! : for on the dijpo'aal of the public lands within T. B. FITZPATRICK, and shall 1 be particularly devoted to the interests charges will be moderate and as reasonable as eight, ninety, ninety-one, DID'IJ.t.. .'

,4 1 next the undermentioned townships andfllClinn,1 Sheriff Columbia County.' of the Southern and South" Western'States.' Th those ofthe North nim'ty-efehr. nineiy-nine. one '???dlfd '_ ,
i ; ;: the limits wit Alligator, May 23th, 1847. secular and Religious improvement of the' people N: B. Clocks d Watclies repaired in the best: dred and two, one bundled and three '
to : ;
,_ :D t jt.! ( township. n- The above sale is postponed to the first nf.Florida. it shall consider a. its paramount obligation. manner'and'at the shortest notice. and four, one hundred, and six, 'one L '

: South of,the bate line mfridian.and East ofthe principal Monday in August next. July 9 Toreproverice, to promotevirtue, to elevate Jacksonville, Dec. 26. 1845. seven one hundred and eight, ,one band;, ; .

r i the mind to thp. wofhtpofthotrue GOD.and one hundred and eleven, one hundred liid
4 .L Township nine of range fourteen. Sberl 's Sale. NOTICEIuolall. hundred and i
t t Alacliua County to improve the.wnrdly condition mankind, will vale fourteen, one 1 LUI4. U"
1 ;* 1 Fractional townships; twenty seven twenty BY virtue of tile power vested in me by 'law lie its leading features.: -* of Copartnership.mHECOPARTNERSHIP teen, one hundred and sixteen, one .

I 1I *, :r right twenty nine and thirty on the main land, shall expose (or sale in front of the Court TKRMS FOR ORE TEAR:-For twelve copies, $10; heretofore existing: one !hundred and nineteen;aseihieen. ,w toys. ,

.p; j j.L': : of range fifteen. fractional townalupthirty Home door in the Town of Newnansvilln, on the six copies, $5; one copy $1. Advance payment, JL under the firm .fWM. SWAIM & and tweniyone hundred and t..RrY-i.o' *, *

$ ( g ; b .i TownLiiptwenTyeVen.and of sixteen.Township second Monday of July next, between the hours will be.expected in all aw... was dissolved. the 21st of July last, SONS dred and twenly.tbree. one hundred nJ i. ?
.44- flV('. on the mainland, and range fractional tnwn- of ten and two o'clock so much of the undivided CUT: All letters addressed to the Editor, must' decease of the said \V m. Swum and the hu.inplIIil I lour, one bund red and Iwenty"iz. together!St I
I twenty nevin, interest of the following named persons in and to be post paid. thep..rtionsoftle following lgj
and will be in conducted named j
now, future the r"
:: ips thirty three nnd thirty fwe. on the main land certain tract or parcel of land known as the N. B. by ered by the donation -of .
1 a The first number will be issued on the Subtcr.ibfr, who has had the sole charge 'r ten .. .., m .iIt
I range 'ventPefl.I Alachua Arredondo Grant as will satisfy and pay first in June theS Tallahassee Railroad '
; .d Tuesday next.JAMES manufacturing of the! Panacea and Vermifuge Company,; ;
I I'i! Township twenty seven fractional township the State and County tax due on said interests for MCDONALD. Editor.Jaek.nn"Up. the last fourteen "rRr.. or bered fortyven,,. sixty, Infm Lari.- .

$ a "irtytwoon the main land and townships thirty the year 1846 and all legal costs and charges of Fla.. April 30th, 1847. The Panacea will be as usual in round serenty.twu,seventy-three, fli& fi
t : *"n e aud thirty five of rnn jo eighteen. and about the advertisement and sale therein, put up and f.inety-four. d F I
. i'p Townships thirty two. thirty three thirty four to wit: FORWARD & ALDRICH, bottles} fluted l longitudinally, with the .following The offering of the aboTemenlioneil
: :'t I. and five of range eighteen.i Johnson letters blown on the CI811'Swaim' Panacea lni"tmi,
The interest Jeromey or N. Velli. commenced the
; : ATTORNEYS AND COUN8ELLOES AT LAW. Philada.," and the only change made i ill the name tin day appointed,and fnotf
; Lands appropriated by law for the The interest o'' William Thorn. 07 Will the arae order in which .
; .:r' practice in the several Courisof Law of JAS. SWAIM stamped on the sealing wax they are advernW tU
; use of schools, military, or other purposes The interest of the heir of Wm. Taylor. and Equity, in the Eastern Circuit of Florida and written on the label covering the cork, and anew all pnipntli'rnrch. until the who)*'.(.,

t J will be excluded from the sales. The inteiest of John R. Townsend. WM. A. .FORWARD St.-Augustine. label for the side of the bnttle, t"o"pneptl of been otr..rr and the al. thus elosrii. J B.t
of John M. Seaman. sale
; The interest shall be
Loots ALDRICH, Newnansville. geometric lathe work, nine different not kept open longer than hnti
; The sales will each be kept open for : The interest of John N. Sayer. comprising and no private to lot .
entry willulnhilacrthepxsjrajonefbetwn
J dies, which have been turned for the exclusive UII" any W
1. I ; ; 4.j, :j .. two weeks, (unless the lands are sooner i I The interest of Rogers and Price. WM. F. CRABTREE of the proprietor, Draper & Co., bank note engravers iref)'

t '\ : 1F: : disposed of,) and no longer, and no pri. The interest Cyrus Perkins.The of Philadelphia. Four die of difiVtent GIVRfl! under my hand at the City ?.&.,
: interest of Ichabod Prall. ; ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ron, thin .
AT t fir
went, idiiT of May. Anna
'. "ate entries of land, in the townships The interest of Aaron Peck. : Jacksonville Fla. patterns form the l body 'ofhi. work, and in th, thousand ciht 'linnln'd' and fW.
'0 admitted until after centre i is a portraitnfthe late Wm. Swaim separated f"ny..n
so offered will be The interest of Morderai' M. Noah. B/ the President *
WILL attend to business entrusted hi. hand :
any to from the borders by two circles of lathe ,
the expiration of two weeks from the The interest of Israel Frost in of the Courts the Eastern JAMES K. .
1 c ) ,v any in Circuit of work. The words "Swaim's Panacea.: are engraved ro1I. .
The interest of Noah Jams. RICHARD
r commencement of said sales. Florida. tinned and YOUNG. :.
p :i conspicuously on two strips, a
p ? .; : Given under hand, at the city of The interest Mordecai Myers. large semi-circular! forms the upper margin.- Cummi"II-'JPr..r the General LwJOfein
:, my The interest of the heirs of Alexander Muir. FELIX LIVINGSTON. ,
: Washington, this sixth day of April, The interest Frederick Marquand. The borders are composed of |>iain lathe work NOTICE. '.
tk 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW, strips, outside of which engraved in small letters
: Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred The interest Gilbert Lewis. .Jacksonville Fla. the entry of the copy-wright. J n pnrnnnce of i lu-provision*of tbe Act rfC*
The interest Bloodgood and Thomas '
and'fortyseven.. Tilliston.S JAMES SWAUI.Pniladt'lrJ.ia rrt'tofl, appr.'ed 2.1 Mar-b. 1833 esliiWli
4: And al.o.n mi ch of the undivided interest of Will practice in all the Courts of the Eastern Art ti' establish a' Si
at M.rhb
the President 1846. .It
: ".I'i: s By the said Grant of the following named Circuit. March 19. Gm August terand
1I JAMES K. POLK. same per- Kereirrr of the Land Office It JaJW.
1.4 e 1 -
: .r.' ;.,': RICHARD M. YOUNG ions Bi will pay the State tax for the year 1845 AUGUSTUS C. GILLETT SWAIM'S CELEBRATED PANACEA. see, will JM required prior to the d r t'..
and the State and County tax for the 1846. ascertain
: Commissioner of the General Land Office. year FOR THE CORK Scrofula General I "il>e value of any, imprrwrnewlift(
4 .or Debility.
fc .r and all and charges in and about the ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
legal coat
I may IIHVR lieeii made" the.
_ White Swelling Rheumatism.Disease of the nn lots oWijMid'lh l
: i advertisement and sale thereof to writ : And Commissioner of Deeds of' the State of Connecticut :-# pror/amation
Liver and Skin and all Disease arising from renpertivelv. and the pnV
: i:3: .: NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. The interest of A. D. Forest. within and for the State of t"lorida.JACKSONVILLE. > rat pul hc naleofany 'lot whirl
Every entitled to the right of preemptianto Impurities of the Blood, or the effect of Mer upon .
t ; I, ; person The interest of J. Delano. FLA. such improvement*, other than the ,
nit (
; : any land within the townships above enumerated. The interest of John Rodman. cury.
i SWAIM'S PANACEA has been for thantwentyfivft -baU. addition to the nun to be paid toiVt
e ;f'- > i. required tn e. tabli-h the same to the satisfaction The interest of R. Davenport.The CHARLES PELOT, more States
; lop. and hereby is.
celebrated thi nnd requirrd in psjada
r of the Register and Receiver of tho propr year in country in
interest of T. Doremun. J .
r ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT" LAW, Europe for it. extraordinary'cure*. -for"the Certificates owner !.f tli impnivoment. the tame,it inas
land office and make therefor attoon
payment The interest of the heirs Thomas Dexter.
IL ) WILL in the several Courts ihu nrrtainrd nnd
practice the lWshflll
FLU notice S of of which'reference!* made in the direct fun*I ; pViment
practicable after teeinpr
t 'It. it1 a The interest of J. Suydam. Eastern Circuit of Florida: business 'entrustsd to 'and books (which be had gnus) j rapt I be. made upon tx>day on wbch'theaur.
end before the day appointed for the commencement may accompany
; r1 The interest of Benjamin L. Waite. .
his care, will meet with prompt attention. the Pan tea. 1 WB pnrrhii ed. rb. rut shall V .!giia PI1
t ing
of the saIeoftiland) embracing'
: ; ; :: 5 public The interest of Baruaba Oftburn. Jacksonville E' F. June public sale the .
S 4. 1847.Administrator's It"has been used in hOlpitaland irate on rent diiy
jiT. tract claimed ; otherwise uch claim will be for The interest Shiven Parker. pi practice
and ha hud ho singular fortune of beinorecom s.n shall not be r"plllJ.Jp l .i4 hi romirthefnrrb>r
it, ,:t 1. < feite6.RICHARD M. YOUNG THOMAS C. ELLIS Notice. mended by the most celebrated physicians anioh I lOr or of*ny nt her lot offered at lb,l jmltfe A

t t t-ji. Commissioner of the General l Land Office. Jan 8, 1847. Sheriff and Tax Collector. NOTICE I I. hereby given to creditors of. find | >eminent persons. 'Among other, by S Provide?. That if any M Minffered' a.,4btJJi

[. ; :ff ; April 23. entitled to dustribiitiiinjn the Estateof W. Gibson M. D., Professor of Surgery, Pa. th'-lat' lny of the public; .ale" .haliiot' ki.

: : FOR SALE. John Weeks deceased,.and to all persona who University. paid for, the sum mny be entered lup print ..

:: 'c -'--- THE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale, all that may have any claims I or demands whatever againstor Valentine Mott, M. D., Professor Ilr Surgery m pnying to the' U'ird.tal..tI, il.s'e'

'7 ::1 '. J Tax Collector's Sale. tract ot Land with the building thereon interest in anid esta'e-that unless the same'be N. Y. University. which it was bid of and lo the ownerprovementii J r.JII'

BY virtue authority vested in me! by law, I situated at Dames' Point, on the river St.Johni, exhibited or deposited within the period of two i W. P. Dewe st M. D., Professor of Midwifery.Pa. the previously atcertsianf n

: have levied upon the following land, viz : about 12 miles from Jacksrnville. The Ixiildings years from the 21st day'October, 1845 they will Dniversity. the fof," "

.' : :' : : 48,000 (forty eight thousand) acres returned to comprise it good dwelling bouse of one story, lath he barred and that I will apply to the Judge of N. Chapman. M. D., Professor nf Phasic Pa. By.the Act CongieM,1biiM, i
nieby thn As.esiur as that part of the Arredondo ed mid plaxtered together with several out houses, Probates of Hillsbnrough County on the ,fourth University. : price nf earh town lo i j" fixed at twenty$! 41

;4:. '.:t. Grant lyine in the county of Marion. and thn tract of land contains fifty one .crr.- Saturday in October 1847. for a final discharge T. Parkr,M. D.,President College Physicians, Jars, and of each out lot,,at twnty.6vdsitf?

; ; p :' .Aho. 320 (three hundred and twenty) ncre The situation is elevated and healthy and to anyone (rom my said Adminimration. Philadelphia! acre, .5. .

I c turned by the Assessor. in V the name of PatrickR. desirous of pin chasing a good {arm.'tbe, place WILLIAM WEEKS. AdmV. Dr. Del Valle.Professor Medicine, Havana. I RICHARD M YOUNG.

1: J: .; Hacket. will be sold at a bargain. Tampa. Dec.25. 1846. 6m Jots Luurenco da Luz, Professor Surgery Commissioner tllp G..n..1 Lnd, .

; Also, 790 (seven hundred and ninety) acres, HENRIETTA BARNARD. Executor's Notice. Litbon. .. .

:"fi, f? A.flax D.for 1846 1845 returned paid by in Col.tile of,] Ktngsley tax due for B. Jacksonville, March 26th. 1847. if ,I S MONTHS after'dale' I shall prevent myacci.uInts J. Chipman Member Royal College Surgeons, S.V: DOGGETTS, ':

;t and voucher as Executor of thw London. .
-.' S Gibbs; locnlity unkaown, no numbers returned by Executors' JVoticc. tale of Mary Fernandez Ihte of Na"sau r.oynty.i e-. G. V.ll1'ingIAtf" Mini""r to Spain. 5 SMINARYiIJIHF. : .

iT i % Tax I hall Assessor.offer for sale within legal hours before ALL persons who have any demunrla against i deceased to the Hon. Judge.of Probate for said Sir Thomas. Pearson, Major General British course of initrurlion pt2tueJ j } I

the Court Hou-e door in Ocala, on the first Monday estate of George S. Weaver deceased, county olr. final settlement of said estaterand Army. i if. founded upon the piincT'J'

: the 6th day ol September next all of the a- will please present them without delay to shall at the same time! apply for Letters of Dismission Gilbert Robertson British Consul 6V. &c. duction and analogy. Student* i'.*,!1,
CHARLES M. WELLS andS I as such Executor of which all 'inter And also, the wonderful cures .effected 'by red to enter here Poite
bore described lands, or ns much thereof as will persons college, may. pQnnetl! .!!:
R. MALLORY. estedinsaid estate,are rI"Mirpd take Swaim'ft Panacea have for many made I sludien *
_' be sufficient to satisfy the amount of tax due the to notice. year ; "bile those, who araiu't.t ?
I :.", State of Florida for 1845.togetherwiththeamount Executors JOHN L. VILLA LONG A, invaluable/remedy. The,Panacea. dais not con- for a profe"fon, ran select such.brsncbe1best

: L\ due the State,'and county of Marion, for the year Key West, March 19, 1847.Circuit 8w January 15, 1847. Executor 'tauijmereary in any form,, and being an innocent suit their jects in life. y. .

1 '. ::I $4 t A. D. 1846 and all legal routs that may accrue S 1OTICE. preparation-,it may S be given to tbe roost tender,in S The regulations. n( the institution! ,arr|
In fant.
J ; thereon. E. D. HOWSE. Sh'ft"and Court. SIX MONTHS alter date, I shall present with); the single design. fir rrnmoflng',hs.w'_. '
% 1 t-e Ex officio Tax: Collector for Marion Co. ClRCBlT OF FLORIDA. and voucher, as Executor of John Negroes who' are confined in large numbers al and moral adwaltCl"mpotof'jtl rnembe1.
County of D'tval: fa Chancery' Brawn late of S plantation hot climates, are peculiarly b'f'' to S The intended
March 5th, 1847. 6m Nassau county, deceased, to the diMriplineia to bestrif : '
John C. Pelot &Chal's H.I.lot.Adlnininrat' such forms,of disease. arising from vitiated '
Honorable the Judge i.f Probate of aid a stateof The Preceptor desires to cultivate, wtthJ". I"
rll of all and singularthe Car final -county the blood and a want of cleanliness and variety r habits of kind and farnhiirinIertt2.!
a settlement of aid! .estate and shall at piis, ,
NOTICE.SIX Goods and Chattels,Rights and of'food.; These diseases i rr '
.. ueridi.Pt regularpractice
the influence
them anapraIt1'|
Bill same Liters ratherby t
for Pro time.aprl"Jor of
Dismission .
WEEKS after date application will be Credits of James D. Pelot de- a. at defianceind Pd a
'render miwrabl
10* t' r I .uch. Executor 5' rthe than severei. .
of which heart .
4 made to the Judge of Probate of the County I ceased au Jtet! all persons interested in victims both usi'frssand lotbeirmastera pnnriples by [ '
: ,. :' rS buuon nf said estate, are desired to take:nndr.... ; fiilpunishment. _
J. C, of Nassau for Letters Administration on the I .,. assets that planters would study their ,interests ""
owe as I Anicenrate Ji
A state of John W. Du Bose lain of said Herman Hooker &Charles 'of F..- JOHN. CAVEDO, Executor.. accountry nt.lhe .
4 i icleeeued. well
: county Dying- as lhat :humanity .
by keeping a'
March : always scholar aa
tatci&c.&c.N. J2th. 1847., 6n and aloof thedej r !
Lf ton as Hooker &Byington : Isaac Swsim'a :
+4k' supply Panteea, .which appears to b* is tDI.
an 'A 4 CHARLES W. DU BOSE. Risdon, William M. Risdon NOTICE. :
t..ollly' tbingwhichcin: be reUed on'in .uclicase's. with the iVtJ'W'in'Ufd I 10
MARY K. DU BOSE. Charles F. Leeds & James B.InJUGCllon.. having"demands regular term bill, ,
: ALL person against 0,E' ./ '. *
: Jfl June 4th, 1847. 6w Risdon, Leeds & Baggs, ,J of I'eierlDahzuel, late of Columbia Thft:retail.price has'been'reduced to One .Dollar parent or guardian, whotn J nVwre.t' UU'

et. aL) creditors, &c. &c.E County,deceased. will! ,"present Jhe! same within: and Fifty Gints per bottle; :(eonta'uung three TERMS Higher JOR BrancbHr.Common A. SKSSIO|( 07', ': ', : 00'

-. NOTICE. havingbeen; made to appearto tbe satlsfae* ,iixmonihi i tattle f subscribeVor ,they will b'ebs._ ,; half pints,)njj thre*b ..'for Four Dollars' : Branches. ,. .- ,'f
> -t -5
.. persons interested are hereby notified that 1 of the Court by affidavit that several. of: r4forcver." '' x: 'ALSO; SW AIM'S VERMIFUGE. Latin and Greek Cfa aies. extra. I
3- ALL Months after tbe date hereof the under the Defendants named in the Bill or Complaint filed V: TH,'. IASB. :: ,.FITZPATRICK. ;",, i& i A; valuable,Family l Medicinebeing ahighly appmved Lessons. in.Trench,l"ffltatthrtq> : i ;,, .,'

p, signed. Administratrix Administrator, with, in the above eatitled cause of the S Administrator' "*' EiifficiO, '- remedy for all disease arising rr m.Df'hiJ- rents.-- '5- '- ;

I the will annexed of Jesse Stand lev deceased will I State of Florida. and beyond the jurisdiction el'F ,AlHgtor'Ftb.19shlC47.. ; 6in, : ity oYt Digestive Organs, each as Worms.ChoI.S AnirnpiJWilJwf t!OM teSch'r. .. &.

f.': 3 1 apply to the Hon Judge of Probate for Alachua this Court, Therefore 'on motion of Gregory. S NOTICE.S ". 'era,Morbns' ;'Dysentery.Fever and 'Ague.Bleeding! end of the seMlow, x .pt'.tot.mines'.fIt

'I County, for a final settlement of their accounts as i Yale, Esq., Solicitor for said Complainants* ;:A-LL re f"M''havinp demandii1at'tjje: ; esXBL .; Piles, Sick Heaschi&i. & Seed the :pajnpb-, Prineipa'I approvetiwill required to'Jf.''-tla. .

,. h.. such, aad discharge from the further Admmistra* IT is ORDERED, That the said Herman Honker j late>f John:C;,Clyde, Jate. of'CoUimbi'a' let{which ''may be..bad:gratis)accompanying she nnexpirfd; 'part of!that session,, .

,t : lion of said estate. and Charles Byineton,. as Hooker&'.Bringtofl;; County? ? dereaied,,\will present theVame wit bin' Yennifogel, .-S.. < S 'S No deduction! will',be. made in, the ch"rj* ptI-

JM DICEY STANDLEY, Adm'x. Isaac N..Risdon, William M. RUdnn,', Charles F.5 six months'to I the'subscriber i ,'or.they will burred ; Prepared :at'.S 'riim'. :Laboratory, SWnth T a turn for oirciiMonal ihs tCt'; In'leiflraeu 't. E

4 SEABORN J.'STANDLEY. Mm'r.l Leeds and James B. Baggs, as.Risdon,.Leeds & !orner.\ '(. -, .-tf'sickness' .'requiring. tile pupil

; i : Newaansville E. F., June 4th. 1847. 6m Baggs; H. G. O.', Morgan; THOMAS B. FITZPATRiCK !by"all'reipectnble' Dme.uts'i in the."Unwed States.: drawn' 'from. the.School, proper dedu ; ...,.lI
: Henry Bacon: John MaJlHyCb"] r..Bilbee & :Administrator Exoffici ., : 5.- ,. : f AGENTS. \ S made; : : .
NOTICE. Jacob Gutl fJon". as C. Bisbee & Ce.; Amos P'; Alltgator. Feb' 19th."1847.' :;' i' ''Sm. Kew York-HH Schieffelm AV Co. .,' :Patronage is solicited from'noeehd1..

h' Shumway and others,,be required io appear 'r:' ". : London;Enp.- Evans'&Lechr. ", "' S an unqualified! confMenee in the ability a.I4.W' .

tj: ALL.Per.on.. directly or indkectly interested. Itn.weraaJd Bill nf, Complaint within! four, months. :1VO ICE.: : *Liverpool l.,Eng* .-EvaiSon' &'Co. rily,of.the Principal.lTb .. x .
IXMONTlSaftr'ae I _.
notified by the undersigned that SI.wWpi', ent ,Hat"na-I.G Mt'htf'r., %-. :
: or, the same will be taken ,confesfed againii my" .S S *rhohl'fn a nViurishinr*
;in conformity ,with: an Act.of the Legislature of them.iTtsroRTHKROBDK&xD.. S .5. final accost- and- vouchrs" to u _-the._ :Horn. Judre .V.tjiaraiso--Ab'a.Cro.s. v,*' -.t The buildinjr! i is.a.large; > nmodiottiaiJ WJ
,. : Florida, entitled "An Act toprovdefor the re.t"- That a copy of this or! 'cba. Cn;,d' unl) 01 O w. pi y''ftf;i 'Buenos Ayres-rO'JHaye{ "&,Co.: '" >"\ structure recently erected by FlcTioaW'f".

tablishment or the Records of the,County nf Columbia Order duly certified by the Clerk( Court,, : ,be a discharge.'u Admini.trat.W'' bn non''nn the .k'1'h ml.-A' HR".e: ,, ',!,V .. ; .' ; I.loM.C.0.,F.J .
f and for othtr purposes,"approved January published i in some, Newspaper'printed within. the i.a', i iiE1 :'W.::9r na,:d. c,:oi l' 'Canon'-J; Swot.f,. : :_ 4The lncatin! is one:of welt knnwa 1 if1IJ'
6th. 1147, they will file in the ClerVs Office of Or .ngelat: Mosqui{ eouDt;, "'',; 'Sandwich IsUnds. E'L .iet'
I Pt4:. Eastern Circuit of Florida, one a week conseoulively .. r'a' : Benson. t. '5' ',.0, i* easyloYaewisir; Board may eonib
: the District, .Court for. said' County wrl- -' f :, : : ..'JAMF..s'ORMOND, CJaic'uttarHuffBagie & Co"" ; 't- : i
1, paper ;for.four niotiths. .. \ J.-/; ., .' .. .. >e;rale* ia respectable familiesJaLL
< purporting! to bf a ( "r a deed from : :lane 1t.. 1847, .Administrator debbnUnon.f& .., -"' 1847. "'." y- .' '
j ing :
copy efpft THO. April :. : .3"
f ; \ DOUGLA83udgi., ;. . ,, -'t, .. ., .91TYf' .h 2rtht! -'>
Henry Jonei,deceased,to hit dau btf'r. '. .. -r. f J', ., : \-- \ -- ._,-"-.*-- .. ,., .
S Caroline'Matttire
; ;) '" ;'. -5' ___
; I, OSCARVHARf, Clerk r".ldiC r; \ ;- 4 I the original deed having ft(destroyed I hereby certify the.aboW to. be,(J trtV eopy'bf dit,' .4;((LL P"r eoflMiinjclaiiniiariifn: t t Estnteco ," : i.BllIlstr t8r.JN, ,; 7 : '.NOTICE. .J.1
an ,
4 ;*fcy,fifisVmthe; fint'day'orN.Ytm& lH& ',The" Order : "and .: 4. .WilUaiij.-Boyd! ; latea', "- J9-*- i % A !Indebted a tfie.CTarutners. 'Esa ot? ;
.ntiadtictIoneflaia *mad 'for the du1ymad entered.4>f;record In.the j i. ,.QIXMONTIlSafcevdate,I' my' persons } ;
i copy purpose off hove .nthl cJ.,.e.u'.a,. on): the. einteiithUa.'S .4casedwU" ", m; t ""tb' :.ub.crib..t", accounts. ; and,'vouchers, Vsadroinistrafor;of : deceased.. awiff .
I ,< rrpetmting<.heobjtcu 'and, .:.purposes of,therI. .AJ: "t, '-: I. within{ .the time- preacnihed b"lt'y: ..: J t" sfri -f'M 'John Moirate' $| 'of? e -" .- forward .make.imme.ifate: M r.
i pajmehaving deed. ., '-' -#',.' : April, DJ847:. i ; .1' '. ;:1, 1.1. brTed itdtuose1ideb4','.. ht. IR.. theestatepf> Dayal county. 1
'S" 'io demands Hl render'theminlawi'X
: Heceated
,: : : ;for said .
: 3VLTNISS'WUEftEOFI1 .. _. ; .. !
: HENRY, MATTATRE,* ,: 15' M: v ;JN \ wftLmsepaymeatto. :' '": ',- ::' fin.r'HUJeia'tof" I J ELJZ !Pt1ur! ;
: f ; .iS hereunto hind ind the : .t-"N- .h. ', .county, fore.: : : teaatt : '. ;: ..A.'ior. rt.
;. affix .
set : itl -'
t. .: :>CAROLINE, MATTAIRE. 4"By : my : t <.t:, ., "., ,'AtB''E-'a' .C".I..bK: Adm1ln ,
; lrat'titoatnnly. -
& for
lettera of dismin- .on. (
--F'. Io* '. 3"'' ,... said.Court. ..,... ;'." "'f" ; ;it ; I Is1oitsucbdmInI 1J . .
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