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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:
May 6, 1848
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.


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


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
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.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Cbarpd for. if not taken oat within three 1", Pro'hibit beingiD'the German,cities I sat huddled twetBerfwitnliis head Vesting PennsyZvani*., .2G 1iiippi' 8 y
pa. :r7Ive jolUrt will be charged for.U tnnounc* months from 'date, returned as-Dead and&.._'The;:translation. chows the spirited.l tisbrearif and btaig'tumbled oat.tjf.liit xbnwjance on- VirtE'- j-1'' GMiii iiiia, : r. it) 8
jdidites fur oibee."J Letters to the General at Washing character in such fl... Indians 12 N.HampehIre CS
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SSewDebtor,and Creditor I' 10 00 Where the German's fatherland
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AiInlieaM1 for Leuer Administration will be 5 our Boag James LUDt H. Chas. The PUSsiaDIn4the: SwabUaland ddg f 'hia' .ij,I'rauwked,'hdWeverthathe i a 1. ft. I .(0 tf1..Tfn'II _
notice iiwened
grttul Where Rhine the vine-clad '
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layest'if was dressed in very ragged clothe.w4 ef.i 9 ,T 170

*.11.All tdmUstble pers'n*l commuineaiion will Sagley, M. Mary McNeill, Mrs. Dr.D. Where O skims! the gaD,the'BiJticfwa :. '! 4.. 1 ,thja: 1'1ain- e '- -,..-...',. ... D.I.. ._.. .
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rbllrrd it ; ,ieppe poitio ; uu eemed ot$1edoral utes lSl-
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An bill for &ior.ut putt on ihr Marqnand. H. ; : D'uenceoul&nngt L'2.l.J 'j j 1.

...i I.M nj the wnr.LII' Cherry J. B. James Mageor John ., ,- ... to te'rather"'tinnervedf for inf 1t eAUllmmuc ) 1-.r rr1JlJl': ) ;
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AU fttUIftUmr.'Anl must .addreuedWLLTT 0 .Curry,.Major Moses Murchee John :Where'is the German's fathertand7Bavarian'land -withtihe sword in.the # : JI cit.cs'3' : -

4 HAZZAKD. pottageBETWEEM pa 4. D Manning,, A. ''has. t"b 'Sryrlanland1 '- I saw tbatiiszanct, Aremhjed manner described b above,: ) d..4\ ,i .'I" 1 fl. t HJThe !
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-# -- Dickinson, N.Ja!. Middleton Mis. Harriet Where sturdy pedants ughThpWn? \ withstanding. this however ryeiy be severallth'e't7binesepQlicexaen : not-; total number" of.Electoral Votes at the .

beul.WeIkIY w== V.$.M. .'eam'P.eket 1.1. .Dregors.' Jas.' flj. .,. Where:mountain sons bright metal gain.t. _' :. 'liei.afi&iii ih.bO &t' I e'b1,w. fWUf'f1 U4 )I ensuing election, Wisconsin ad- -'
Drinkwater. '; r 0. !.. 0, '. f : ;. .ly.blotwhidi43Vill ie
;Capt T.E. Nixon, J.Benj. '. .. T '.. 'M''Tlun >r.Jth.e ciali:fag -
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FDL ; Eubank,.Miss MariaOsteen, ,J. "neSai n'hilli71.'eZujr.bimcUs ,id ; 11.JiT'r'np' .,. 'ltidif1 kcto i' 'nit j.'i JJ.ii, ft i iJ1 4 \

:SlVANNAH & PAT-ATKA, Eubant'T. R. .p ) ,; "Where sweep.-wild Winds the Randy shores ..i 1ub dj TjdVmWtt'I 'dif1 nalfconimat&tg3.. .... 1h J 4ateL1 i".r.
JlY TUE WAV OF R. .Where,lond the rolling Dannbe ? follows:1'.oJ'I1' t t., 'Sj ; ". t,. II ) 4
Ewing,. Ellen Pindaryis, Geo. 2 roars carried "into a1bJa11 l JO
'prN[ BRUNSWICK ST. MARYS. GEO.; "G Price--. Miles ciOE! : ? noT. -" -. ::> '"l .Qa&1i \ro.rSTJI." qC'. ,1 ....i. Lt1 ,6r4f) ;
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I FICOLATA, FLORIDA., Green Green,.J.John Thomas Price, John Where 'is the German's fatherJaD .?-. ;:'. !, ,t" -.- H-"-.., .:.," ..; 1' ;.u .,i'. "P -- :L E'7 J3 I j I. ,H .. 'j.iJ :. '
Philips Tony ,
la connection with the Charleston Daily Mail Griffing, Capt. Leth Pindnnis Ml'8.Sennnt Eadith Then name,, the mighty land.!.. 'THECOOLESriMPUDENcE..., -''HavemeyefiinAjorIty .:J -1,004 t 1( ,}

Bteam-pftckets at Savannah the steamer SARAH Godfrey, Dr.John 2 Pindarvisj Mrs. Elija The Austrian land in..fight'renowned T \We have heretofore related several anecdotes I .The.b ',of'_aldtamea comprises IQwhJgs, wand
from Palatka Lake Monroe the The. Kaiset181atid with honors crowned r 8 democrat* thQ board ,
4PALDIXG, assistantfi f
Guernsey, Norman 2 K George White, who once Lad a wider notoriety ; ot ,
from Picolata to St. Augus- 'Ohio! OnoOno! 0! no J .each-a tie. ,4
.D.8.1W1 Stages, Crumby, K. Wm. Ross, Mrs. II. G. as 5 thief than any other man'and who.was -' T )' : ,
-ttapj and from Black Creek, via ewnansville,. Gates. Josiah Robs, ) E. JTis.not the 0ermanafatherlan&. ., fllfliaatObftIQeflryjIlanJ prison'in this: Last year;the board aldermen compris -
Affigilor, Mineral Springs and Columbus, to : iCOmmonw a1t ': 11 wbigsy 6'dem'ocrats,'andr ie'batbef the.
Gmy, Miss Hester S Where is the German's therland? .. J Another one Las recently come e $-
sistants .
.Tallaha&ee.OCAMULGEE. Grant, J. F. Snowball, Thos. Then then the to owreara,Xrom Ihe most.authentic fource,and ,'1 1 whigsJma democrats. : .
-. Capt. P. McNEi/ry. name name mighty l It:is now to be noted that the whigs elected
11 Suarez A. Thos. deserjesaTecprd. '- ;
N. KING. The land of Hofer? land of Tell ? ,. their aldermen in- -..
MATTHEWS, Howe, Rev. Wm. 2 Pidbury. Miss Cath. This land I know, and love it-walL :Wbifcivak; 'once arraigned for stealing, be. in the 1st,, 12Iand 16th wards, .
of the demftIvotes1neh
VM. GASTON, fore a'court"over' consequence
which .ii
Hogans Daniel Summers S.SamLHigginboiLani. Judge Sedgwick from .
But but (
no no '
leave Savannah TUESDAY being divided oetween two--candidAtes.J7Also
These packets every J. J. '.' who e'lips the iatory -presided.) James t' -

-fcttd BATC&DAY MOaNING, at 10 o'clock, and arrive Hearn, C. Theodore Tucker, E. Willonghby Where the German's fatherland? .. Sullivan,.who was ani Attorney General,argued their assistants in the 1st And 12th wards. .Ei t
at Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go the for,the lor these splits the. wbigs would have had-but '
Hendricks. John Towas,.Sarah Is his the pieced and parcelled land, case government. In..the,course ;

through to St. Augustine before night every Herbert, Mrs. M. Thebout, E. Mary Where pirate princes rule? a.gem. of his speech, one of the jury',Ie 'forward, ,seven. -s.members..U .'t-".-. 'out. of:.eighteen..,- .beach:. .U.'board/..-I js 'fr
XbunJjy and -Moiid-iy. Hen Jricksj Mrs. Wm.J. WJ Torn from the empire's diadem?, rested his elbow on'his.: knee-and: covered his "
Returning, leave Palatka TDFCZ and his hand. i Steavt:Passage to Upper' [ tz..We..are
every eyes-with White in
Wolcott, Mrs.D. Mart Iu&, rose tip the bay,
FItID.1 MORNING, at 7 o'clock,touching as above Jon( JohnYondland,R. James Such is not the German's fatherland.' and addressing the speaker,said: I pleasejd to learn that Riessrs.'Howland ti Aspin- 9
each ulI well r wall, in, furtheranceoftheir..alread.ext J siYe
way.They ,Johnson Martha White M. Nancey : as stop;AJrTSulUvan I '
; you
are all Ion prepare boats, in complete Juries.V.. Thos. Wilkinson, IsaacL Where is.the German's'8 fatherland?- have, talked one of the jury to sleep/ operations on 1Ji !h res ir'th 'Patiflo'bathg;

order,and handsomely furms-hed in every respect Y Then name, 0 name the mighty nd IVlerti'er Sullivan;who was quick and passionate,turn obtained the government mail contract, are constructing

; are commanded by gentlemen of well J Le U, B. John 3 Young C. C. '\ is heard.the.German gue, ed to the bAr exclafnung!with mpch.vehemence: three steamers' ,to ply monthly between

known experience on the route, and their patrons JOHN M. }'ON$, P. M., And. German hymns to God are'siiug! "You thief! Your iorehead bears the letter Panama and Oregon, .touching at the

are assured thit every attention will bei Jncksonville, April 15th. 184S.: .This! is the land thy Hermann's land_ T..which'stamps jour character"-and proceeded prominent ports of California. These steamer ?
paid to the safety and comfort of passengt.1't&ad : r. This; German, ;is thyTatherland to lecture him most severelv-for. hin.. trennpnt. ,.are. 'to-commence- running next, winter in eonnection -
I : -- -- --- .with one from this port to at 1*va:
to the careful handling of freight. Chagres,
arraignments:not forgetting-to tell him of thenine .
the Isthmus. Sf7
When these shall >'
AGENTS: GREAT This is the German's fatherland arrangements 54iiWgii
Brooks & Tupper, Savannah.A. -' S celebrated Remedy for the I Where faith is in the plighted Ixund- that court. Tne whole: audience against wus-roused m at to have taken effect, the'passage'from New Toil to $
Fever tiUi Irom Two Dollars On .
A. )PeLorme Daricn. Agviu- to (- Where.truth:lives i 1 each.eye" otlIue, the highest pitch attention by this{singular han.Francisco inUpper California,can;.made .

Q. Friedlander, Brunswick.John The lellovving. gentlemen are wy authorized ,' .AnIevrfhieit.iuitan h and trjae'This'is :/ : scene. White stood as unmoved as marble ,in.thirty: .days; -whereas, })ow it occupiqsbopt
and .
li the for sole.Orders
iAger.ts ve genuine T
four months. The
time consumed in
Bcssent St. Marys.reJ'lWlJez 'tHe'Iand,"the honest'Iwd through the stinging the oslig
Jiom the United Attorney oJ"iU1D
& Jacksonville.A. ariypart States, The honcst.German's fatherland when it.wu' the isthmus Seldom'exceeds thirty h'ours. i... J t'i
Bisbee : .General finished quietly remarked .
will -
with Address ?
Black Creek. meet prompt. ltten on. :postpaid '}:. ,r "- -. connection with the above,we remark tkat
Coy, : j. : -
VM. HUMPHREYS,Jr.. This is the German's r -- railroad from Memphis Tennessee.tq theb .
fatherland ,
On. Cooley, PlCOlata.JL : : "You. may proceed,,wath,your.argument t Mr. y. jr ,j
R. Reid, -. Palatka. Savannah., Ga.. .'.That acorns the stranger's proud command. .Sullivan,; you: hare naked him vpP .' ,oSan' Francisco, via,&mta;Feis' strongly.talied 4-
JtL&fitte&Co.' Charleston. AGENTS-Messrs. Marston &Brothers, Bal Whose 'friend is every gooolanubraTe', -' :'The J audience'wasconvulsed; with-laughter- of"at Washington" -a route "Ijir superior"toO *

Jf. B.-Goods consigned to the Agents for- timore., Maryland; Dr P 31 Cohen, Charleston, Whose. foe is every traitor:knave.l '' 7udge 8.'remkrkiHg; ; that'.he never, in his life all"othtfs the*coratry'"beiigcomparatiTey. 'j* > < .Vi

varded free of commission. Freight from Ka-. South Carolina, T.C ltisley, Hamburg, S. C.:; ItS .. This is the'land,the'one'.(roe'land, found it so difficult as then tQ maintain the.dig- level throughout- 'Surely this. is the ageot pro P

.& and Charleston, and all way. freight Bailey Laurcnsville, S.:C. T J S Farr, Gra- The German's one true fatherland.* nity that belonged. .to Jus judicial; station. ; .gre&, : r ,' &1. ; :
w w l
hunwille S. > B11 Bytiierwood Beaufort S C. c .
payable by shippers. .; -- fefefr
; September 17, 1647. tf R T TPatick Salem, Tenu.;J S Walker. Malison, This is the land, the one true land! : .* *- iAN :.M. l ,andlli- Maryland- WS&s.-Tbe"'BaltimbfecorrespJondent -

, Ga.; ,W,K Kitchen, Augusta, Ga..; Shotwell & 0 God to aid'.be thou at.;hand AMBRIQAN[ PARIS. : of tire WgtthRUiToU -ip *

r IN' CIRCUIT CUT. Gilbert, Macon: Ga.; J H & W S Ellis, Macon, And fire each heart,and nerve: each arm, f. The following'amusing, ; anecdote the writes,'-(14th imrt.)-The.recepthiziaMr.Iay'a '

EASTERN Cinc'Jix OF FLOJUDA-CoUNtT OF Ga; Lightfoot Flanders, Macon, Ga Dorsey To. shield'.' -our German homes from harm Brighton'(Eng.) Herald related by, .says.Sir Henry :letter among the.bcoUJ't-hOUMt.t& rj',who had
ST. JOHNS: IN CIIANCEEV. &.Kno Grifiuu Ga ,Solomon Goodall, Atlanta -: To_shield the J load/the bne'trne\ ,land, Med1i ott. We.should.rather' k.th1t the all! nliste\l under theTay lor standard, hasbeen -

The Southern Life Gzs; William Root, Marietta, Ga.; Cunning One leutschland and one* fatherland* *i 1 i kee'did 'not'fe r''thc danger,but .helaund.- : stiir' tfuL He has never1 recelved''BUch.bitter '

i surance & Trust In-l ham & Co, DL1ton Ga.; Dr. S F Culberson, LaGrange : the Ubor ttoo darned hard." denunciatioiis i from hisbUterest'ejitmits,

ny to use Arthur Bill to Foreclose Ga.; Winter & Eppiiig, Columbus, Ga.; EXECUTIONS IN CHINA. :.. (ir: Henry-was_staying Meurice's" Hotel as he yesterday.received Irom these pa.rtcy alienee -l
Reed ) B 11 Mitchell ,Newnan, GOJ Joseph .Griffin, :It;'is'confidently:stated that when Keying demanded Place de la Concorde during the late Revolu., whigsthe Assistant Attorney 1 General -
vs.Augu.tus 1 Burke county, Go It II Barrett,Reeterille,Ga.; 'the execution :of four'; the tion. 'At the'same hotel was nil American gen- .heading a subscription to buiyaplasterofP is 4p
Poujaud. A MeLane. & Co. Jacksonville, Ga.; M C Williamson murder ofth 'six' persons- for' tleman, who'',1tu'edl1"ortldnto the;streets bust of"Harry of the West,1'"Cor thep.rposeof
Englishmen Canton to.
having been made to appear to the satisfaction D vi bor4JI', Ga.; WIlL Hodges, :i.nders- the men who, were offedtoiuffer near that enjoy the triumph e of republicanism., .All, at' venting their'zagion it, by mattering it in trag-
r .executed .
of the Court by Affidavit, that the yule, ha.. W A Hayles, Louisville, Ga.; .W A provided ceiiii1ono were conterred" on.theirfamilies. :once.he found himself in the midst of a band of. meats on the pavement. ;. .. Vg

Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed Car:wdl Savannah, Ga.; P iL.niu,. Savannah, luEuibpe: : this may appear incredible -. patriots, armed with 'pickaxes,' pikes.; bayonetstied I '- .i ,. ..., : .'. ----T

in the above entitled cause resides out of the G:. J A l\rry, Houston county, Ua. William ;but in China, where'life is leid cheap*nd on the end of sticks,and othet Incongruous, I An .Important Capture.-A. Washington..c6r trespome
State of Florida and out of the United States} Cart, Jacksonboro, Ua4 E A Burch, Hawkins- :the laws are loose; substitutes'are ibund. 'It' formidable-weapons ..-.'Aux Atmescito1en' t ot'tlielialtimore P-.1triotj;oh the'iSlh .

, and in Cub cue of the West India Islands,and yule, Ga.;,Samuel Pal1ue, Darien Oil' J B .I was but lately that 'on'sentence of death' beingpassed shouted the band ;to the Yankee, brandishing eays-The'''schr.Peal,>UI-'eastern vessel,

\ beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, Therefore, Cole, Black Creek, Florida; F A POUneD, Jacksonville on a.murderer, in Hong'Kong, he'inqui.- 'their :weapons 'Aux: armes. 'Jen'en aipas/ and upon :which.were the -.77.runaway,slaves'', .

1\! On motion of C. W. Downing, Esq.,Solicitor.10r Fla.; J Wright & Co.,New Orleans, La. red whether heVouid'.be allowed to' provide a was the reply. In, a moment a pickaxe-was: .whose,escape created such,excitement in'the city Mgr

I said Complainant.It April b, 1&18. W. HUMPHREYS, Jr. substitute._ 'The: ',.following .account of the execution placed in the Yankee's'hand ; resistance would was.captured.near the pnouth ofthe bto-

! is Ordered, That the said Augustus Pou is given by one.who was*preseDt r i have been death,*and -he'found himself borne mac.* having been overtaken by the'steamer Salem ;

i jaud and others be required to appear and au- STATE OF FLORIDA t '."The first of the"criminals who'was brought away by,'the stream,, screaming,and. gesticulating which went in pursuit in'-charge of Capt. s s&W

cwer said Bill Complaint within six mouths MONROE COUNTY. out seemed to be about 25 years of age decent-'j with of them. For' two hours'did Baker and others., The whole party,w *brought

or the same will be taken as onfessed againsthim. Benjamin Megin, Jy dressed, tall for a Chinaman, and strongly the 1fortunate"Yankee 'work at K= barricade' back, (the negroes. h'eavily ironedandcommitGeatatioprevailsigainsttheaizthirs. "' :fffiffil:
Vl'i. fu -mi Je. He had 'features' 'but:was"ghastly with his pickaxe, till at length,casting his eyes ted to jaiL '- w* -
f Chance -
It'u further Ordered,Thit copy of this Order, Thomas Taylor, Philip }J rye pae-''<|, ; he,*was ''r'ed', and i bad* "his'hands tied About in despair, he espied .a man wh, (like' s?

duly certified by the Clerk of this Courtj be published Sawyer,and James Filor. :together"behind'his:ISack, ami 'has';'feet.were- himself" a short* time.*.since) "was* ..standing look- and abettors thi*scheme, and rail iae(figi- i'4
in some newspaper printed within the TT appearing to me by affidavit that Thomas fettered iu. the Chinese'manner.: He had' a- 'big,on without' amnis 'The f azkee wa8sudden-; lance of the authorities is required to prer ettt t- &"? -

Eastern Circuit Florida, once a month conseenthely JL Taylor and Philip Sawyer,defendant*in the. piece of wood, abput two'feet'hi''l Dgth:'with a. 1 fr' $eiZoo."Jt h a)8 tri t.IC iUUOI"AU'X armes report Lynch). law.. :.:_ tf4T ... -it B
for six months. bill filed in the above cause reside out of the 'slip of'paper t.the end'of( it,'sticking .fuwl between ton"h; fi shodte!to the'idlir ,-'Aux':arms', ilri
[Signed,] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge. State of Florida and that the said Thomas Taylor his clothes and'back.' This piece'of wpod- aniwithoutiwaitiog for a reply,&h.rUat1&1s pickaxe -' j TheLate John Jacob .. ,-The-Snto nrera

I, PETER B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court, resides in Europe, and that the said Philip ,is called ',Chapeaou.and the 'criminal's'name: ,, into j.h ',;hand'. of.the citoy en,.ADd-hastened that it] currently reportedi.andtW.pnt.-! '

'I' da hereby certify the above to be a true copy Sawyer resides in the State of Mississippi, with a description of his crime,'&!cv; is;written- back'as fast as he' could'to his hotel, ,worn out credence is given to the report,..that_the late

f an Order, duly made and entered of record It is Ordered, That said defendants appear .on the paper attached to it. ,He passed 'from With-"Catigo ;and cured of his 'admiration :for John Jacob Astor has never been naturalized.It .

ia the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth and answer the said bill, otherwise it shall betaken the boat-to the shore along otnc'plilDJdng over. sightseeing during a revolution.' 'is said that upon examination. 'of the.books of -

day or August A.D. 1847. pro confesso. ,. which he was supported by a Chinese policeman the:United btates Court from 17b4 to the pus-

P. B. DUMAS, It is further Ordered, That a copy of this Order on each side. There was another 'policeman WAmKGroN-Apri.1 PJ. ent.time his name does not '..>, Ueucais -

Clerk C. C. of SL John's Cuunty. be published in some newspaper printed in behind him,pushing him roughly'forards.. the case, ..adds the Sun his immense property J'
Jan month Great Exdtement Meeting mfront of the Pa- must revert to the State,a sum which could amply ?
7, 1S4S. lainfCm the Eastern Circuit of Florida, once The eyes of this criminal Were rolling about ina "
: iiRt. .ffi -Tie National Eta office tote removed 'provide 'for' the liquidation t-iJaI'St.i t' ? -:
for nine months, in reference to the said Thomas' fearful manner, :as ne turned them from the .
In Circuit Court, Tayler, end once a week for four months,.in foreign soldiers tothe .seamen between. !Jiom' I fa ,The,city has_been in a most nnparaUed lebtand provide for the School Fund.-! J J 4J' .

to the said Philip Sawyer. he from the( to.the fieli He I state of excitement, since duSL'At' about' 8 q- \ ./ j 4qrr, :
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA: reference ; passed bojat .was tf clock:'.li t'less'-than'three'thOUWid' ? :
CODKTT or DUVAL: IN CHANCERY JOS. B. LANCASTER, run put about twent118rds the river into. hid ,assembled front of the National.persons' The ,.Postmaster General has succeeded.this ij'
Era of
War/Moore, )| Judge So. Circuit of Florida. the square-, till about ten. .. jards"'from the spot- r abolition which has been year in letting the mail routes of the middle

vs. \ Bill for Divorce. Tnos. F. KING, Sol for C.ompl't. where. r was standing with clear, space' be- tth.aD paper, publish States at one hundred thousand dollars lessihan"

Henry Moore. ) Key West) February 19, 1848. 9m twecn' so,. thatl was.. able' to' "'see. very''plainly' "tlie', Through for.more the efforts than ay of a ear number past*,. of/ "_our_. most' : .'the;Wt' 'r. "This. "'is* saving"'of'one ourofseven' -
hating been made satisfactorily to appear whole of the Pr'OC_ .dings.. :When... th1po1ie1tIIITi1I6 -' pulaiittztnth *prevailed hundred thousand-dollars-: -
IT n assemblage was
by affidavit that Henry Moore, the defendant Guardian's Notice. : .riiejdu' i .thO' diSt' ,. ti 1i nto- move to the front of the Patent Office above 14 per cent. .Several Railroad Companies. -

named in the above entitled cause resides NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that thirty him d w 'OD the ground, and];in'consequenceof -I here tbeyjsre now being J :that have stood}out, bJehID in-on the terinaproposed
bennd the jurisdiction of this Court, out of from date I will apply to'the.Hon.. his hands.being,.ecure4'bn4l4bs4k.he; Radoliffe.,and ;hers.- by"MK ;and theiepartment1 -
State of the Eastern Circuit fell'quite forward on.his face.l'Jie voorto will* ionrpe1ectly bmooth in'*short 4 '4
ws and in the State of New York, therefore Thomas Dougbs Judge A re8olution has been do appoint a
en motion of Gregory Yale Esq., Solicitor ot"FlorJda for leave to sell the real estate be-: *- executioner who on.I being brougout. .t. CommittetthIr.7-five to'W1 ifin j -: time. With these savings,the speedMfodnc $$ ( :

far Did compLinant longing Winy wards, Jane Adams Parland, and ..came. running'_ .\heTthe' n'W ;ofthe'National,Era and uporilhe'profirietonr "to' tion of the cheap unifbrra: postage Bjsten" 13**"'re' 4"41

It Frances A.nieParland lying in Duval county were'stationed/ iththiiaked'JBW .ducedtoa. _certainty.. -Baltimore, ,. ,.SMU
Ordered -
u TAt the said defendant appear warn.tiiemito: .instanter.',,' '!\" t* t > --L i u, 1z.14!
ad tn the bill of Florida consisting'of two tracts of land'known hand and his sleeves tucked up to his 'elbowswas rern." 'i4'i4 :
rer of complaint said cora- ''.iTD.-'UI Ot.U1eir. .to. p" ei na-. : :v J" o1AliamDii'inWaab1nnncityonthe
this'tf.Di Iat and'lft r" ourtheChapeaou ''' : '-fJf61. .r.v. 'P
will the Pablo and' Magnolia tracts formerly by him/ pulling
within four months, or the some: as : teN; !thin a giventune, Committee are .
wtiken na confessed against him. bwned id'c upi d by the late Wiliik McKs:..' prom his back;raised:him'up inta i instructed to"cause them to. IHft 'but oflhe. 22dnstanMotjloM, ; .
Guardian i 'linstizre.eethen1ookholdbttk: : man,'in.the_ th year pChis agfcrHe was -
Artitufvrthtr Ordered That a of thisJvr FRANCIS M.SJARLETZ.. D lDieJT ..ku 1fM r"h'1H n'ttJ
of copy this Court : 'By:GBBGOEV. YALEAtt'y.: criminal's taiLrwhicV had;beeti previously:rolled :The has been yerbial for stern integrity and fidelity; ;J-T; : '-ti'L: I t
[ dilly certified by the Clerk CopiaiUee; just appointed,,and the revolution'broke J?Altamontwas'gmtftoGot
!*p bushed in some newspaper,printed withiu April 1st, 1848.; 5ts 'up into a'knot.1 with tbe left l 4'and \h ,8011 in,progress.rThe exciteis -. : .:'p'
*, w tern week I -_ th help of this held;'by;pressing tHe t.jJi : !lt : ; {""' George1 WashingtoBj his'nepflor and j4
Circuit -
of Florida once a con-
wcttinlj for four mouths.THO. I NOTICE.IX on'the CrlUiin ,''or on the'wnaltjof Us .Wi, l, i,I ." 1.1' 1. (j"I" "- !, 1-0'. tt.ft.,i.r'c' was with his young master in {sU.;Uitflgftdjpg.battles 4 t _, -Rr.i
after date'I'shall present back"'brought his head1aridneck into the"requi-; ,. in the South, ending with the siege of1 ,
DOUGLAS, Judge.I :, MONTHS my n p. "'J"-t ?" n"- .1 1 YorktoW": rF.,1 f'figr .

OJCAR HART, Clerk of said Court,'do here- accounts and vouchers as Executor of the sietionjitickin1rnoat': istnughioutandhorizontal .. .peTmnt. '.!in Gwaj sry.;-We are indebted. .i+ t ;; .. : :- -"--, .. .fb. ;
: f-
Ifcertif/ i Estate of James B. Roberts, 'deceased,' to 'the from 'the.trunk; but sUghtlyteatdown. to RJfc Stockton UK -
of Capt. Navy ( the
tfte above to be a correct copy an says !1 f .
erder made nd entered record in the above fudge Probate of this county for settlement : 'He:thenetainlng his:hold' thetail; tytttlLitfla.I !lh1ABuUet1nJt;.Xw"'rf rvrrtr oVanthter.'e "Sins_t'Sil SSaitftafteffZi haptef iCoiuieIliana"M _

&thd rnuse in said Court on the tenth. day 011qLDis4s. and 'allowance by him; and at.the same time, I' .wit11.hiilertJwid'broUiht -his; sword dowriin.; t1ti'Pi en some of th .results of a.series' ,- full of anecdotes of Jhitor. U r '

shall apply"to the said Judge*or Court, .for.a the right'hand,'so'a4 almost to ehthbethu.' ... l of ixperiraents.rjelative.tothdiffnt parts of and a-t"most' 'I langfiablejbne is reeoVai I'jfhtcli _

Ii WITNESS WHEKEOF I hereunto, set ':Snal discharge. !from 'myExeoutorship: of the foal's.neck/which7! siiosehdld.WOrdet ,: i i' p.-'I..1"ick,". t.ake t"eli..,ibrtyo{ cm.; ,. riJse lawyer'silenees of sVlb0 _

( $] ay hand aid affix ihe.seAl. of said :, Estate said James B.:'Roberts,'deceased. ,-' '. twere2-to; .markthe"exact 'spot:.'atMfhich. ( o r,, 1H ; oallthos:: ,ilj '.' "ol"b""r.r.'u .lue..qN df.T'Tfh' zseForA The most D foul-mouthed wcmari idJhibfic- 1
HART Clerk. JOHN \ROBERT8-Elecaitor strike:and'then-raisedthev sword'quicklyW'and ol.'u.I UV 1lS 15<pe M' mely ; Wj beiot triumph was ingeniousljiaecomplighed J>yto (
ebru&ry'yCourt. OSCAR :last Will &a::of Jas. B.Roerts/!'deo. :at;one blow; i head from'theboIrjr tM-aUshmntand.therere '( .bo !Dg '

19, 1848. 4m_ 22,1848.. 11' f' 16m... onljleaving'it attached'by''a small'piece Ot .8peakDfitheise matters.cautiously. Onet Jj !"Eucudttoolongdiapgtembai25er
-- --- A P ,., ..,. ,.- f; ipg, ,: '
h buf here Irt spe Ofhe
;' --r : r skin, which he afterwards separated hytf tug. 'r..JrnnPtl1'll"to,bemade.manifegt in .h our
NOTICE. : .' The policeman uow..took the trunk and put it- .. ..l'ft'1.f1Tt, -' .mode"in'whiciita*wit.assaHed theft atb le '
; experiments namely, n
.A LL Persons hereby notified, that the .. '
: the other
> :It( into &'Chinese co which some of : r:1' -when theTjall Js'n'otincoritact Moriartyrt"rff"f _
** undersigned has .been appointed Adminini BOOK SELLEE .STATIONER, icemen had:brought;'forward':whifethe be- 'with'th wder,1 than when it nIwhieh is '>, "Wh".Jlur8 .all- yqurjieighbors Jmp"'w.- tIJ1!
*** the estate of John C. Smith,_de-. ,(next,door toVerLuffboro -. i ; 'well ;
upon South side Market squire, headingwss'goingon.3f'i"1 at variance with.Abe_popular,belief in reference that vou keep not only anfr&am tat LJtJ j
J thee late Columbia County,Florida, and stilL;, &llutlemafik0. m",) ,; x"Jae'second! and-third criminal 'Wh -ae" +J.'e.anhi-t. .1ft,allJhe.eX lDents., InstitQ- that-you baTe'two,dvtmacr* Ioce J-ap.Jn'ysor1garret'taid 1

tei indebted to the estate of said deceased, SavannahyGa. brought out close-behind.the:first man,'seemed t.1-I ''tlieycFe:* 11.1 TUI lad"'--thomughthe'1ee2ptcied '' i that-:you go'out ldwalkFth.tbfei '___

requested to make immediate payment toy .Jjr; Orders from the country will be prompt. to b 'about SO y eare'of age And meagre looking: reqeutlyfand''thY the li1i- fleJ7.s 7J 1 g :d 'I ; _

Y.:Allen,Agent And persons holding to V filled at the lowest prices. people.! ''The1wer :pggeif and fastened inevy -estebalp when'the ball was in'.contect fntfitte. CJV 1"" l ''l A. : 4 -
wai against said estate, are requested pre- i1 March 11,'1848. : -' ;11, cry wa' like the first man,and'wereas roughyr|"44 _: .a1"aYI,toot-plc5tjothe It is stated that a host ot'6ie1efsMi-t
jt them duly established within' the. time I 'to0' "-. -','".-' handled.- -The executioners, however,cut thejr 1 .r'h'Th tbeQryIscWnly' in"th'e' Mexican'waf have1 feto __

bed by la,, or this '. .'."n' m' 'm JI'N 1ING' 'i'. J '. heads:completely off at oh.,blow.*Th y;were r:1 newt) ;an& w pesuiiiei4 most o. nrt't1d-- the Senate.illEtCGtiri1 ftIS1oMleal.. : j l i _

..: ,.. COWW..-, &narJ.lC&lnftJ.& '...1..j 1.: ..:: t.:-, .then patiinto tli coffins:1 first _
HaftJ ELIZABETH 11, ISi'.r.:SMITH, 2m .. .:-..-.,...,or i B 'lI.f.' ;., .: .: afterwards the heads. ih 'f arth. I0 1i o m..tho.h&b1. ainCt5r ; .I I., T V.fG---.1... "t'T ....fV"'HI. .. .. .......:..r A.t ;U: _


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., ,, .--- EUROPE.BY -
m R4 eides. If we are willing.that ours Tes' .r-ro1itcal$ itt has, advanced one pUisthe j .BD ,' ;

J', .' :.N'EW'S, .. It desert us, we are boon to rotect.thfJtes never ci ie. .,< A1t A, ; thelM.liA. ) PP9 ,
OUoir'en \\1
.' our families. A vigo ice should Yet l des a CI J'"of.the United S The :, .oommo .01 the continent of oremp '. "

.'T. "JACKSONVILLE, MAX 6,J 1848. ry where establ hed. AlU. nsp iciou'pe _frwe_ rejoic i thjs onward p 0 .' nro Trapeentig:' as eon'thei0trrection' TheintelHnce in Lombar- .',U,: I'r4. ymtidku6 ('' ",- -I Jl"l".;'Ii. \",J'

.. .'' 4o"r"; should be carefully watched, for the cannot wfrafiHfom expressing oar d1 has< been confirmed with the further; import Ams. ''J'-WhO'aa.d utl. '.., .

1 is in our midst, and we know ,not hatma1 bation.(f.Jhejavail: 'Juch.has ,been 'tfeaturetbatthe8n' 'mot 13acdinhy at the .Whfi C1at$ lronsiderthitn'1 Ule'I elf rho, &';.1Cf .Irl.:

the signal for the conflagration. We say of it here. In every quarter we hear eu- head of an army of 30,000 troops, crossed from Whi Jt can'., t.

theiastitutionjs oVthe United the Piedmontese territoryinto Lombardy* .tJT ..., ., :1..I.
have witnessed ud'rm W' ..
bitter earnestness for we tIie
the frontiers formal 'n't De ''
suing as he_passed ,. declaration rI. t- ; 6JD1Or1
,. t i pain the indifference and even ignorance if we constituted. the perfection of 0 tree goy- 'of war agHnst"Austrw,,-and marchedDirect Itytimesin f >sreaiaihableletter4at filSS

Iof ,." I' Is manifested here at events.w4ich.JU'U10 rr7I".nJi'! '__ .. !f ourselfes Ewers. \. Jh| pa&rnjor\ jQ-AjKlan. The Austriansrd( fea |at lie.graph. 'Take: Ir as*a- *speciment.> .- the &. otr3Ltgp" ?*,. 4

DEMO'IC&TIV'NOMINATION8.' flaming tlc..1'4.Q R .t_..__. .. .c.cause. ..of.,, ti nrii the j present* > ?popular*' *" *convulsion; ; "'in'" 'I "every point, fled as- he approached having :"'Since :my return s a 1::"r-- ,

I ( t* ., ., '- i. "' ; r hisgia{not,:thoAcas p.ri k!r,11nitedfree' cscia en Successive and l/ullen drfir"for"PattlYn tt& 11tnt"Por-establish hberatefrupbn imCduty to"gBett"-to.1aIJple'J..t9' -
.it FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA: '. I Perfect, government, nor is I ; iiyefldcAtOrcd '. ltJien "6nd'aboyeall J
CONGRESS.- tatespots, themselves otfthecMinodi,
BAILEY . de / 4s f The conflict;l between"mcontinue 4ff'eCti
GEN. WILLIAM : I : 'P resent reTolntion..1injE rope altogether j ,'Iu is:.said ;that:4-disposableforce: willbe ; ,. 1I .

t.; In Senate, on April 20th,-Mr; Douglass;,. 1dent"updri'our present social- Texistence> it shortly; atthecommandof,cbailesAlbert, of in private life;as motif con'' + )
the Committee bn less than, 000,11Yith, : not feelings condition, and: Aiall :
+ FOR CONGRESS: Territories,reported be a disgrace tb'ma1ihoo to claWthis to all ,
will all be liberated but Austria perform my public duties,has b 3 -
I amendment Wl to establish the only Lombardy ,
WILLIAM P. DUVAL. a ourselves.5'; "Itf'would be"a contempt capon i threatened the Vi and embarrassing. ,c If J?refuseliame the. '
: at
., ., .. .Minesotaand a'jbill tto establish the. greyet't nit s' ,and'best. inforiioed Iu the I tj even gatesjpf and those'injurious c nseq tbeeiil' ''
enna. i aj ,1 I, tiThe ,
/I Nebraska.-- ,- -:y; : -? >'. : ? t3r 3flS4Jto//j hs'I, rf res- .fl z ensue which'Kave been"sb confl'dentl ,
.' FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS.CEO. : ;:to,declare hatthe 1l : ; Italian Dnchies have burst out in ,ppen bylwy Mends -' @14,
Mr> Hate; ''in refere ce'to 'the. pr eed condltidn1indebted to. ,. ; insurrection: Modem: and Porma are Revolutionized IshwiIdJustlf .
& i
'.; ,. R." FAIRBANKS, of St. Johns. ,against the.'National, 'Era,"' .the The Siniple'JUan'waited'upon.,the 11 bank of the: and Y eni ,'twhich has been dying daily:! preaches and i; on, and the,the contrary reproaches,,; &of; ,;: j
since the total:18th o'J
"," CHARLES H. DUPONT, of Gadsden.JOHN duction of the slaves asked leave.tQ for, opportunity to cross .over lryshod. a century .wJeJlthe anuari Auatrians., 1798,took now just'half possession ;' use of nqr.nanie' ,.whatever the ,;:.1'
qt 1
MILTON of Jackson County. an act for preventing riotous and kheads 'imagine that in f shall escape both. I have therefore '.
I P en-nsln B oCtha"city. virt.e/{thertreaty ; i
( exiled to}save to
v the
'assemblages in the district s'f Columbia; .: "Perfection.-- Campo Formo again shows signs of life / National ConTeD
arrived at
f this day! Man has ; is to assemble neck 4t Jaine't1lt\

:, FLORIDA WHIG DELEGATEs.-We perceivethat !Tnis motion led to,a very, exciting debate ,- -the present'generation, are the nearest IX.The in which Milanese-havef'Bent they ascribe to an the address Pontiff, to all'.Pius the!: i lfpLfS_e n, .kC:" -- _;_.-oDSicr""b.._ 1I.

the Whigs of Marion county, at a meeting .which, Mr Hale Mr. Bagby,Mr. .Cathowa{ ; which can be made io Godhead! Our,: honor of the'emancipation.of Italy \ "t'/'I amLAolcdha condHater km'an '

'1 held t'Ocala on the 28th ult, nominated Mr. S. Westcott, Mr. Davis of Mississippi, Mr. in the United States,.it is granted, In Sicily, the Sicilian parliament js constituted d..aheu lope my mouth, let no d .

Mr.. Mangum, Mft Douglas; Mri. Hannegan, and the separation or the island from Naples Riehmoaid Enquirer, 'I to a 1 ,
to ,
t; ). L. BURRITT and Col. I. D. HART as the delegates at present."tile greatest,good grea- .. ,1_.

of the Whig party of Florida to the Philadelphia Davis of, nsac:1Se is Mr.'Butler, Mr. ber," 'in comparison. ,with those of Eu is complete. :It is generally.believed.that ,,Thi ,, t .and.he,1Presidef y. .t
: on,.Mr. Crittenden, and others took'part; But're'w ?' : all well King of Naples has altogethersbdicated.his'right 'Air s'(Mr.Websters"orgariJr'crie uP] .
Convention. At a meeting held at St. Augustine yet perfect Are/we. over Sicily... ., < .. *

,''*.. -i-. ;,Col. JNO. H. MCINTOSH was chosen as the Mr. Johnson of Maryland gave notice that and fed? Are our laws l universally" ef In Austria'proper_every thing seems disorganized sions blows, and at'Mr,deals.Clay,1n some'left the follow handed teas nd I Jljt

Whig candidate for Presidential Elector.- the bill came up he should move to amend e.-, Has not'New'York-the tnost educated, ; and amidst the chaotic confusion :which; ''Hc'(Mr/W.) h never been sportunatet ..

inserting a section for the effectual and' State in the Union re prevailed,*,it is quite impossible to fix the hourly sturdy '!'for the
counties beggar
Whether Marion or St. Johns are en- populous. -BOB!
.It is that
1 ". 1 titled to make these nominations, is a matter for by penal provision, of the slave property in 'made anew! Code,of Laws. '. ', .'t Austrian.changing General scene.,-'Rudetsky anticipated whq' js afraidto the he has', .solicited no mans I aid ; he has hoaxed or bullied nOb .
{ ..; Whigs to settle among themselves,-how- District of Dolumbia. We say then, that'we haveto improve for ages enter Mantua, for want ot provisions, will be "Ilis. 'sense dignity! has k t 4

.:. ever, as the gentlemen are all from this county, in.the House under a, qucstion"ofprivi ,ages; as well as the'old Continent of Eu- compelled to capitulate upon appearaaceof .all such resorts:-and prevented*y him uuuKooiin frog&&**
the Sardinian. -
..' there seems to be a "method" in the "madness.7'It Mr. Palfrey offered a preamble and We have not yet arrived at perfection.-. It is rumored troops.that 50,000 Cossacks have suddenly ting on-nor;indeedJsuggesting-. .. .. ) fcy T C
committee of inquiry into : hlsown."On r-'j ,
creating a special shall not attain it.. 'F' 1t
would indeed have been indelicate for Duval soon appeared at. Tilsit; and in the stateof '
and thr tWO,0CC38ions-first in 1 fl ft'yentibn *-
county' to interfere. facts respecting the acts t excitement in which the Emperor is at the mor ward in 1841-ho _
withdrew his
what he characterized as lawless mob "A ROWLAND FOR AN OLIVER.-Some very ment should the King of Prussia, waver the
: We not informed to the front he'consideration :
\ are as peculiar pre er of .the Nafdaai'llas
t the streets of the city for ,the two nights gentleman, who apparently seems to think consequence may be serious. The Emperor and +
: for the candidates'
.. : ferences of these gentlemen for the Presidential ; tiilD.
and discussion is writes,thus to the editor himself is vigorous and decided ; he is said to both these .
: past; thereupon arose a very dangerous, occasions,-as well a 'a)1-'d .
: 1- that after the
candidatejbut imagine unequivocal have ordered in Russian Poland between
man '
.. ving the whole question of parliamentary the New York Tribune : every removed Webster.took the field with'his whole foreea-,
t .: the
of 18 and 35 be in-
expression of opinion through the Whig meetings ages to We succeeded 'the'first tim
p C and certain members as the Editor of The Tribune: the / thercbc rr
to interior
,. vilege, implicating of Russia. Russia is concentra-
in this State will be to knows how much that
they compelled
success was
"You have helped a good deal in pulling down ting a vast Southern Russia which he
of the arrayiu
nected the
:= attempted escape Webster that
'I ; support CLAY. BOTTS' celebrated Protest is fast good Constitution and building up a bad one. should deem'sufficient to crush 4o ; and we did not succeed toe!

'::: dragooning the Southern whigs into the traces which were taken from the schooner does not matter about that, however; it is erect republic in that division any ofthe attempt empire. be ascribed"to anything. but want orr'-
I t "', Monday last. The discussion occupied the_ Try to be Conservative enough to.take The Emperor:has issued a manifesto" tiononhispart. ./ .J1

entirely ; Mr. Bayly Mr. Rhett, Mr. Duer, of.our language and preserve'it as it is.- It is stated in the Breslau Gazette that 150- TUE REVEJIUE.Free trade t")

I ;. .: THE CRISIS APPROACHING. Toombs, Mr. Woodward, Mr. J. R.Ingersoll, is good enough, as I feebly think; 'In spite 000 Russians are already concentrated ,on the protective system exploded.-The.triumphant receipts.-..;fipa

II ; The events which have transpired in the Dis- Bedinger, Mr. Gayle, Mr. Inge, Mr. Vintbn, Noah the Webster., do spell A better SUBSCRIBER., or I shall Polish frontier, under the command of Prince customs up to this date are about $ ,OOO.;
I paper. Paskiewich. It is also that
; reported 30,000 and it is now certain that the
trict of Columbia within the last three estimate ofrfti.
: weeks, Haralson, Mr. Stephens, \U. Morse, and o To wliichi hoof the Tribune replies in equal have suddenly been called to the same frontier 000,000 Secretary of the'Tray
be witnessed by no slaveholder without his
can Several amendments from the Caucasus.
participating. were / will be realized there
laconic terms: fully as remains jet ty
: : experiencing a conviction that the last act of the Savoy, it is said was to have constituted itself
posed, but the House adjourned without and don't make months and the'third of a month of tlepreaai
"Stop as quick as you please,
drama of Northern and a Republic on the 1st inst. This wants fiscal For lands also the
great political to any vote. fuss about a matter of so little'consequen.- confirmation.. year. public receipt
recklessness is speedily to be exhibited. A shall continue to spell mainly according to up to the present date are about two mart

A which is deal better than and three quarters; leaving the -large Mia&i
"Vt large of some seventy and more slaves a you
gang REVOLUTIONS.From how'to." ClUTheabove'is I THE CHARTISTS' IN ENGLAND. sales ,come in during the-month of JIaji..jftseenis
belonging nearly all to different owners are 'certain that the estimates by theSemfc.
severe but well merited Thee' great demonstration of the chartists ,
of the last punish ,
.enticed pursued and back. The every quarter Europe of$3,500,000 for the fiscal from.mi8t
away, brought ry year,
which London
was to come off in 6u the lOlhjult.
t' has brought us intelligence of the There are many who imagine that by : lands; will berealized.. Where are DQ1f"
citizens of the District hold excited meetings in ., has been forbidden by the English govern-
the PEOPLE Even I their paper they shall infallibly cause predictions; orMc srs. Webster, Evan ..D4"deed
relation to the matter. An abolition newspaper against arbitary power. ;ment. All the arrangements for the procession
of all the
leaders of the
w ridden Metternich Editor's downfall. In nineteen 'cases out of were'going on'satisfactorily-the nearly VhigJ a
., Germany Aristocracy carriage
and several abolition Members of Congress > as to the revenue from the new tari J.e.Dti
are suspected of giving aid and assistance to the den, the High Priest has been compelled to they belong to the great class of non- 'for convey ing-the'decided petition when and the banners,' insignia 'are all exploded; 'whilst;after all the ate&a&d .
Sir V.
&CT on
Grey announced -
thieves. The away. Italy,encouraged by her half subscribers. ridicule, Mr. Walker's estimates allruSjte- .
proprietors of the paper are quietly to Parliament on 'the 6th April, thedetermination
I II Ii alized by the result Union 23d'ult.Gen. drawg
.: ; requested to remove themselves and property Pope, has beaten off the Imperial Austrians I I of. government not to allow eith- _

: to which prompt refusal is given. Mem- assumed the cockade. Poland, ever sighing i LATEST FROM MEXICO.As 'eith'er the assemblage 'or procession to ,take : Cass in In Oka-It will be.eoor
ben of Congress wait upon the slaves and their independence, the land of the iron and to the ratification of the Treaty; the news place.' A proclamation appeared in a few hours, that therecent Democratic State CpnTcnUon,
'. ,. is rallying to its first ideas of thai"l: this arrival is not very proI sing. At last forbidding persons to attend the meeting.The .- which nominated Oe>x.Casa mOt great muami i.o
abductors in jail and offer them assistance in crown, again pursued the has .
... from Queretaro, a quorum had not course by government not ty:'appointed delegates tot'nsUonal Con
,, money and legal advice. An excited multitude erty,and promises to be ably'supported.: e ; formed'in'Congress. The Monitor, of the only increased the former' general excitement, vention in all the districts except two. Thai '

.. calls loudly for the punishment of those who the victim. of bigotry and tyranny com tb, contains a long-article-*condemning the but called fdrth' the remonstrances of even, ,that were referred to the democrat!*elecionkpf til
section of chartism.
the of in press hostile to The districts. One of these had been Jxesrd ,
shows that, degraded though she is, she of members Congress delaying frpja- '
abetted the crime
have and
: probably threats effect produced on the chartists themselves has .
session. Sixteen members are still wanted The Ohio Statesman girts.the.following,. ,4 t :
: were, made. The first movement in Congress is contains master spirits who understand I the Chamber,and two in the Senate;to consti- been as might be anticipated- determinationto result : ': Jb ,:t

I. '. not for the punishment of those who enticed direct the onward'current.., Russia, the : a quorum. A correspondent at Queretaro. carry out.their object with'more ardor.than A letter from Somerset, Perry county, to,ut ft

away the slaves, but a proposition that the corporation sentative of absolute power,marches down the Monitor, thinks the :'necessary number before.At the first .Statesman, under date of April 4th,say*:.
of the convention
meeting held
in attendance and that when Con t.0n the fordd tjs a
: those who have declared the rights of( n'l I Ii yesterday. gat ,,
: j should be made responsible for any i once gets together, Herrera will be chosen after the ensuing ;of the proclamation an un- this townshiptherewcre; 272 J'Qtelrs\ttol

:' property destroyed by riotous assemblages. A and her policy and intention to crush : since a majority. .the legislatures ,animous' resolution was come to, that the meeting which 071 voted instruct for Cass, :> )111T"P,

.1 firebrand is thus thrown into both Houses of All is in a Maelstrom, directing to a I ,expressed themselves In'', his favor. The and procession 'should take place, despitethe "The entire democratic ticket wasj H1
threats of the
'I t t". centre,and that centre is the universal I "of the ratification the Treaty, had been Government. Every delegate from 30 to 50 nuxjority. Todd, ia ?fl5 got. -
; Congress and a most exciting scene and declared his
t ., ensues.- d at Queretaro and some persons enter present firmly coolly determination -' Glory .
f In the Senate, Mr. HALE publicly declares that ledgement of political equality, the belief that its modifications would be to risk his life in the contemplated ,.., .

!j r .. while he wishes the property,of abolition. presses cognized out of the United States. ept On.the other hand, we have before demonstration that their,constituents and a general belief was expressed We hear from Cinciunatti,that Mr.J &Tn
emulate the
"i to be protected, he would never under any And how docs it appear in Great an extract' of a 'letter dated, "Mexico; 13th thus set J3uren has written to the editor of the'
examples them by simultaneous
Ii, x" which should, of course,last feel this /' addressed by an English merchant,long holding explaining the barnburning plan of-csm)31pin ) ,
i circumstances vote for bill inthe
any provided meetings several localities. On the
,." den\ in the'city of Mexico, to his friend an the 'His d
movement This ,is the, land from 'whi h same resolutions those approaching canvass party or q ,
: for the punishment of those enticing awav slaves. ffic r;of the Avon, which says:. day calling meetings, scout the idea of fcupporting1 the noinineedf. A

:,,r'.. ,. .In the House, Mr. GIUDINGS .justified the kid' sprung, and which was supposed of.all 'Them; is 'a dearth of news of any kind.- and for the issuing of a counter proclamation, Demo cratic National Convention,and hart ill '.
were at once, agreed to. The members in theprocession
civilized communities to contain in its Clifford arrived h'eretwo' .4
determined to strike for a place under tbesbt
; nappers, claimed that the act of abduction are not to Mr.,0Con-?
; Jo :' nized constitution the largest elements of Amongst the Americans the impression is made carry, arms. .tail of General Taylor...*XltAi.i.1. -v..feML, ,
though legally forliddenreas not nor a suggestion to the which
If morally wrong- ; a 'will 'ndt be made" some"of theeputles It !
the ,treaty / is said'ho'pes' that they inAynottairve1o1'
In England Chartists threaten
f dom.
possesses some: significance at the .present. '
: The Abolitionist Members inclined
I :. make'frequent reference most for peace, swear they ; low the General after his aeceptanc' theft: 'za
; to the progress of liberty Europe, and don the.Parliament;i even the, Queen, .have;!.nothing tot:'do with' its .unless the time.. deralnomination. He probablySanaeaptdthough
It that
was they. should recommend, their
with of five hundred thousand leave sufficient ; to
a delegation
: .! intimate similar state of support a his very.consistent coadjutorslJJ'f.fFth !
a things approaching the
I constituents withdrawal of :
; formists. If'these do not 'obtain S tif : ernment, and .11[ think the chances' are that the .banks in moneyfrom two hnndred[ 'pfaktatim negroes es-,: there j
in this savings' ,orderasjnuchpossibleto -
; t lie1'W n not come together in the stipulated risk iii expecting them to> wasH abwklflieldM' | c
from Government or the Parliame ttlie: -. the financial
,. < derange operations of government -
r I I. ; ,There is but one inference that can be drawn \ by swallowing a formal-federal nominatioai
ten to acquire it by force-the:force of s ; I as the gross sum invested in these institutions I ,- .'.
the !
:t. 70nthe; same subject, we following ( ,'IwTOcad'
from these events, and that is that the rights of
I arms, aided by muskets and pikes. In from an article in, the Free American, amounts to e 25,000,000,,;andDQpngs] ,almost ; A Speculation WDetid'Paftidfs]A D ir JW*I ir
slaveholders are no longer to be respected. Weperceive entirely to the middle and lower. classes
15th ,
I land, troops, are daily ordered, to suppress the mst.:. of of iudustie has arisen'out fir the'recezi)eTt Z
: it plainly as the hand writing "We. had'occasion'yesterday'to 'with A..Large.proportion-- are.Chartists.There l :
upon ,converse iisJ :
that faux
c'pfcr .morts It
.. turbances In Ireland- oppressed is little doubt O'Connor's" appears
to Air.
poor, ,, use. own
the wall, that the compromises of the Constitu- >espectable''gentleman who had just arrived' in'the first'burst: of ehtlfuslasni the differsI '
erished Ireland starved thousands Trords that if the people d,withdraw their
are ,
tion are doomed. The catastrophe the"city of Mexico. He is a Mexican,and committees appointed to registerthouasaeaivictims
may come with the pike ,or the musket,'and joyously in'fwvor'of peace;but says'that the members. savings from- these banks, they Would.more,effectually killed in the divers encounters witLti j _
later but it attack.the,
i.1.. "f" sooner. or come certainly will- die them to regain, not. only independence, Congress. will not vote for1 the treaty as it government j.than: if they military, t&tFtrd'tini exaiiinw the J

!i : The apathy with which the South have met recent a subsistence.' They daily observe the 81 stands j.,that 'he"'has'h4rd'.iiuinf bf them made The a government direct attack seemingly on. theHqrseGuardsf determined,. ; of each solitary'indi93dttal,:and'tlznvti pretnO app' '
; attacks their has t opinions'on.the'subject 'and that ; wHo I
that the
'i. ;$. upon prosperity, been which gives to one man ,the right to d all seem that on bringing-matters to,.an issue, and large bodies 'gter'ptof'Qb people e
; to., agree they have not the those cola o
: met by corresponding activity on the of ,
part of and hav been
.: thousand others of their 'daily' bread.' .to cede'any' portion of the territory Be cavalry,infantry, art ery been buried:. tflxe, ublic e. .'
'' abolitionist fanatics.: P Dsl.fd.lhe
Robbery and insult have to drafted into the metropolis, so that"the,force ip
the : this think
vow revenge and adopt forcible means to ng republiC Doing ,they. wives and children '
been met with indifference and we have uld of the city cannot be less than 10,000 adopte b1
now it-,. .be.,violating;the' Federal Constitution m't Self-, :# _
begun to reap the consequences. 'Slaves area eii 9., 'They would be,willing. :to pay the. ex '\B.i' ;'1'. -' ; u mteetJ'neTr'lublD8. '
This is the present state of Europe as : Negro Emancipation w'fie'French Tl WestInsrTbeN -. Jcfd1 s i
of the : _
'>' abducted .from the seat .of' Government, and the war doe : evr yrleans Picayune publishes 1 the; r. ,.. ,. -.. --. ,, t..t
trayed to us by lastmaiL What is in "They'arealsowilling to'abitndon'thei pre ;
Members Congress openly avow their approval .following highly-interesting inftrm'ation'as tothe "E& cE / .tA'Eggr.MrTrb-
ture:no one can,tell An.impetus has been# ioDs. to the ownership :of Texas) providedhe'demareation'of Haying often h _
of the deed. From the eastern shore :of' the line be'left measures already taken with regardt4 thin n
en to the cause political equality boundary to matt byjthe Provisional jGpvernmeJit'Wehave serve'eggs ires h'fot'leagth of timer ihavef a
and I o tobe '
Maryland Virginia, negro property is aai- ; appointed by each govern : aaaiildk
.. .. the'feet by experi t arAbout.tha .1
never before been exhibited) The / L .L.' "; / somejinformation, by the arrival f e
.. ly being. conveyed away, and free,, States are u .t.he laVt7QctdbeiP.l 8oraetlima-fad '5 cad
i. : ,volutlon'of: the, eighteenth,century;''took'' : )i *' / ',tiveatsndia::mall0ateamerrof the'designs of mie '
'this'statement befrtemd
r ;: : .' passing laws punishing those who give up,runaway anouropinion.if :France in the'West India h landsl,: t In_ the old world, full of its aioteudal ; believe, it.isit shows plainly,that the Mex. Vessel .
: slaves to their lawful owners. And passengers oXtthe t m er:(who;reid d Ihtith :
\".t hereditary rights, 'and of the priveleges '. CfoDI have.again. made .an J, abuse of.the good at Bermuda) ero.peneraliRo tclaA an4'Mops. 13Ufc'the present nntiA. J
,;. :Southern men look on with stupid indifference should'be'accorded. to a class. The second : .of,the American,! rmneJlt"'. ;;:;;;*-" Huwn..'W'The.fprmepjgentlema'n' tie, it !;out: "water Bfc, 1bofed'itate.I 1

"t' because their personal property has not as yet, volution in' was' directed' by 1 aWe,learn from the Monitor;that( ,'battfe was appointment of'Governor of. Martini i u6. fro ; 'And fotDIt-nr r;

i.1' I .been touched ', t.. ak Santa Cruzade.Rosales, ,trenty ho the late government of France;.' ndl.tie' perfectas il; waathe
.', 1 '.' t ,. middling, yet most wealthy y class, who I a fromCliihuabua, on the 16tb'March, in Revolution was.trecnigd toned by theprovi-' As a knowledge'of thiacfra nibzybe3d ads? -.

,'.' \ Again, we call attention to intimations. their position to, their own, exertions.,and, ; as!u usual, pur.troops'Mere victoro.- ,l5iol1Dl. oTezw cnt.r' phi ilsaop;;ba;. been-.a> othors you "ilhpleaaisStvethishotierpnyou'paperllril ,

: ; which, abolitionist Members of Congress have no longer submit to the exactions of ..Monitor 8aJ8i"the:li nnng'cblamehced; ;poin edi,JpirettevtLde F Irtferieurje.ia Martuttq J.P. .
.. the y : fie ,: .!! 1 ;,. f. '. ... -., T, ._
t- af' : 'given that the present events in Europe will be ,XII. But thelast- .uprisingg ,of the people JI, morningandaontinuedjrintil; .According to four.iaforjnant ,"th' gentllemen) ;; oJ. : 1[..o. M.
at'nightwheii. Americana
stormed the
; -
: i; ;made use of, to .cause immediate have bee41emp ecythe.enghOoiro ".t Mf CreatdkS. 'thtrt 1I .
emancipation its roots far "
deeper. The middling or..1r. tqojs,eight pieces,of.heavytartillgryrsix ,'mentW.abolisbq>ayerytitsthoIalauda ofAlar ,cnii'- '.!; e: It"td' .

,: ; .'s, V.;in. this,country. The plain English- of which classes have'conjoined with the poorest.. .jpieqej? ordnance' an more'than' ,one ,Unique,and,Guadalpupe, eitherjimmediately=, ; W" '01Dgu. a -t
1 i, is that the cutting of throats is to be the order Mountain men who are sustained by muskets,,.,,The nwnberof'.killedon'; ; .prpspectigelytlcircnaustapcesdlldietate.TheyRgrea : .7', .b1fi Jack l call c-PJ bW-.

(:, '. of the day. Insurrection and bloodshed are Apostles.of Liberty. In the place.of n 1 her side, is not yet known;;,but the.1 IpsVpf life el :solicitoaisto reeacii.t.eirdes i 'letter9h ii1 etif,Faye sbovd ,1

m invited recommended and}y.gieat.Don4.a eJ'h;: nation,3hougb.enW4sa?!f.9 thyial'ceptioaL ,rnflf.J U'e !fa''CI-xritteai'1ST' aidcreatuM's ILl b
assisted. ,
openly The :
we sea LiMAItTINE.' In the place fitt9besp. o and,Commander. dad.thy'6fficera; &f &Mj&SS&jfc WV'ripty whether a ':'. \ W with twtliatit1Cd'drat

:;L: revolt of the slaves of the Southern States is likened we behold LEDRU ROLLIN.' In the first ,his command,,.were taken.'prisoiieM- 'ait L. heA the coJ9JistS.W would recogn th@r validity' oftheir A b. im' _

Ii.,> : !. : \0 the deliverance of France from ty- tion, the:ignorant 'comprised'nearly:,the : Q/ ent. the_ .action, ,cea8edaa'' l t d nt'IJ ,.',"ti I" t authoritYdenVcd.from.a'i: utaon ry poor creature Jij'hiqand"d1d i

"" ranny.ft of.France. In the one i lUUT -' :. '. ?-''uq gf J government j pad again the abolition of slave: -j -4kj it Oh
.population present ; + .
j Masts* Clay and 'Fca 2Hren.-Henry .Clay's might """Very'unpalatable("to'them. Onria- ..r."j.L. H,"" .r 1'-.._" .
r. : : There is but one'way to meet these, events have descended from the f'three,days of: : be t t'
:c :celebrated in New York fjester- f9rmantfhinks bdtK t genWeirietf wwS"decidedly, 'iiu"'f"'tifl f -:tnlWaliiaon'Wi.vp .
Ii: -. and that is by measures of corresponding sever-- to, the Republic of "L martin 'lIJ' n, .by a festival, as well, as Philadelphia.-."' 'opposed''to*the'immediate"inancipati6ucplii' r tli ilJaltimoWPairlot SH fSSiil

t L ityV Oar municipal. institutions are in our own We' ,. JiSv noted. ''these. occurrences. in '' -". dent iVan Buren received aniniitation pursued'i 'theBritisn-WestIndies;IlWere tK derdateoflgt.. ,rust: i -:;'' writ: !J i tr
the one in New: York,'Ito-which ;r"pJi4d td"learn'the intention of the home : 1\r. ''1'- t..t1t
> hands, although the General Government may in our own way, as those, w lch'we not ; / Gqvermqent o'\ can Id'atco ,
courteously that the .. l1 rb' "
'. personal e1atiQJ1l.. [ reniaturely ..theywore ensit o' Ialkerl VP1iii
: o
f .refuse to protect,us. Thoreisnotan.hourot's but ; !.. .
not extraordinary and,
. perfectly naturaL )him Mr. Clay,were such as;'wo u of an insurrections among*-;themltOidaim: their: 8 "aL4m''Y' en !11 r ; ctur" "!>r
- t':moment that the, tqrm. not burst over read the liberal him to accept.the inyitatioh but, i Ltwrei "
' may our one that, .can Have... ; differing immediate freedom.' Slavery Jiha?'existed in! a .. ai. .j.-\b tt J ,1,
- : beads. We must throw off!our criminal indif- of Europe'or those. published.In:this'count- some political opinions he thought there jr mild form'in'thfr French. "Islands, and Gen.Re's-' N4 ; 1"rso t'trJd .

r ..:f Jico'id ,,Path,. ;'If'we care not for bur,, .various languages: can have.failed to,.re,P1' majority', balances to deeliaewith,iqjiisimind pip.tha. talukatf mad i trafisf tolanlsUfl o iopeethe bjac jh g' may-Bltimately tioi'ei's. j$ 1.UI o t'an1litJieiiil f(.T$Y m ti-, 1/\

" property, TTC owe something 'to 'our'bwa">;re. that a tornado ww:brewing.:. This torimdQ ." ; J:':rz 4 gd' t.nwi4ac. I r'r'r is gla'So toT.t 'see b ,o:1s1f 4 ;""IlfSt qrJdnrtAt X11 W1. a -

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rf CarringtOH are pilot ., ,April;Wth;"'1548 ft i i'.r01JCriirDaib Y_thJ ) 4 /Ji iiR..1t.: i A T i .QM., -.
.iorifk he .
permit th-wdllflti1knd
>*r* eourtar SPRING :') Z t !W1Ja" i .
of the Supreme the : ,: '
..c "ies1dil a1tiniij BOAIWdmt
1OJ1teD1P L' Wt scrlTMdk hi ; RORTh! BY TUB.: .1'. IIiIii :fj
trFdl.! You hare,.'on 3urseYTa1cito& The undersigned,members of the Grand Jury 'permit,'south of the IIM.CUt:* t''JC4TWmriQh J 1tBikoj & eh.A'rmnintect 'at' se rm' ttJie..r H '' ;
of the
Counties of
. t been, before the people, to an- Oranga and St.Lucie nine and ten south,mad:wist of the bU 1Inee toct as Pilots'for the,harbor of '&p.S i'th 282 a&sofI d on the'
take .
to pleasure In stating that onr county asia dull eater'and pay;. ;the land on which he T pBaS-ruHng good omtiorhleli pilots. River known
of having attempted its the
prac- usual 8t.Jceepb'ar*
jilie charge ] unstained' with crime. They resides, if in-if he baa not already done so appointEd ire hiroby-!required to taler Sntobonai In l"'t tlet lWat smlU rl. k.$4
'"dfoeption upon them, by making a "mlfel would respectfully, however,present to the attention so ,befort he receive with tjVMiiiiiii' .-
certificate for the security tobe approved by Ute Board ik : ***<-% &! i-i--*
-jpjatf:'-b1 asserting what u 0* knew : of the Government to an'early arrangement land(embraced,by his p rmitjH !shali also ,In tbemia1o'f..three'hundr dollars,pairable'to .i ,. .. to ,,! :&ed 1WA.rr.rS .
the of covering and.gloss- for the transportation of the U.8.Mail on prove that'he residedon:th*_,land:corered.-by the State pfFloridz-aindltloned for the faithful '. jO 'lciE. .

W -," for treachery purpose and unfaithfulness but Route 3507, and beg leave 'to ggest that a ;his permit to.5th June, 1844, when the uneadatory p rformai e'of their'dtitiesj and ehall before, 'Son."ftturn'.,.u u- i1t"OJW'a'xwir.DiI1. .'..jrext HBV., I. .
steamboat be i j ft
m <
'w your employed' that purpose, being .act was szedn: <* &% f -%UYThird. entering upon the ,duties of-their OfEce/take '350 a creab l !
ngfngtO'Oornelit& /AD1
S'Dot answered, either in person or by coun- the most*safe, expeditions and advantageousmeans Where a settler shall have died Wore. and subscribe an oath well,truly and faithfully 'the above land. tieiD -{wn iJi'iin Taylor'of}1)0.-
of meeting the views of the Governmentand the'expiration of the five years from,the com. to discharge tea*;*! t&e arJ3 fcajs *K& .i1Lt-t TROs.LEDWItH: S1 ..00-
I! you have been repeatedly told the citizens of the St Johns its vicinity.The mencement of his settlement proof of,his com Ordered, That the following rates'of pilotage"shall 'ri1Offic1OTa Collector.1 DX. i-

hJi charge, called the Boston reasons offered to-Department are pliancewith the requirements of th ;lawy uptothe -be allowed to each plot conducting a vessel JacksbhvnieNov.5tnr847: ** i' '** C 1 ? ..L
r apinst YQu in a paper held on due consideration to be evident, viz: time of his death as specified in. thor first into the harbor of Tampa Bay and;to her ,z____'' <,-.?.*.."-- .f. ? t 1 -. -' ".1'1. I ;4.\f4 49 -

i* and under the sanction of the ungrAteful.1bO'tltionist That roads to this portion of the country cannotbe and seeon lot'these regulations.,',shall,entitle -destinedfanthorage withih the"same-or' the' h < u 'I8h rt. 'Sale. t; tj -

) Winthrop; for whom you sacrificed accomplished for, the purpose of travellinga his widow and heirs to the land, if he.left a widow nearest approachable point thereto, and t the :0 Y virtue vi a wrw*rotJ n. la-.'"Issuedpbof' 141Z\

and betrayed the interest and thef small open boat'for the transportation of them ; ai1d ifnot"his..heirs at law.aha1l-be-.en. same for/carrying'vaselou. ,'tG witiIFormer the'Superior Court for the niatJict .

,ocrsell i l would be irregular and uncertain-public. tied thereto to beheld and divided bythem according chant vessels drawing less than eight feet water,( FIorida'for the'County'of'Duval 'J'nfll.B ,7' X- ,
boc your constituents lands will remain unexplored and unsold-the to the laws of, Florida. ,;-, '_=v w i-a- two dollars andfiftycentsp r foot pibr vessels public sale,1 in frntofthdffon.)

n charge not brought against you on the present population'would be cut off from all The proof required by these regulations may' of thea amerdescription-'drawing'eight feet or :Town'of: Jacksonville\in said COflflt7ttfI; $': -

election, for the purpose of taking an regular intercourse with the neighboring counties be taken before you, or a Justice oftfthe Peace 'ovirTthree'-doUaraiper.iibotf:for all -UnitedStates first Monday in October ,'between\M legal l I'$34

tfe rf an of as you did of Mr. and States, and many citizens from residing duly, commissioned and qualified,or A Notary vessels, three dollars per foot;.for every hours of sale'on'that day,a certain negr1 t; .
.rair adiantage you within said counties would be compelledin Public. .But ifbefore either of the latter officers bight:-detained-.board of any aressel outside lav called'Chloe-and her child Geon 4%

BroCkenbroogb in the instance of your' "uegro se.lf defence, to remove to other and less they shall certify as to!the character, age,"and, the'bar at Egiiot twodollars;'erery>essela 'execution'as'the peycfopEfl t.

'slander! No> we wish to take no ad- prosperous portions of the country, or retrace credibility of the witnesses;'the fact that:such awing ten feet Trateror over,three dOllars caster,**' execution faf ftvor of 0. :.,

tstiaon It is now six or seven,months their steps to homes abandoned, for the purpose magistrate was duly commissioned and qualifiedat and fifty centstperibot t} .(. Banks & Co. TUOSLEDWfl.vh'
nntage f7o11. of bettering their condition. :Hundred of invalids the time of'taking the .depositions \Vhenany, vessel,bound into(the aforesaid' A 127,'184i t I :: Sheri L '

before the election and you are folly warned and others who visit this portion of the certified by the Clerk of.the Court UDder;ieat,' .harbor,shall ibe hailed or spoken byany pilot. J3r TheaSov*:?sale(has! been postponed;; .
must either fling back this te,and fas- Stata for the restoration of health, would be and the notary shall attest his acts by his seal 'of the same outside the bar, and said-Te&sei not the 1 st Monday in November next Oct 8 -
tat 1011
abolition friends, or sink tinder it compelled to seek an asylum abroad, leavingthe ,Where a permit, was issued rand settlement :having already aLpiIotoftbeIdhsxbor; onboard 'JJp,The above. sale is"postponed'ttJittHf.
uitoa jo" On own stow' balmy air of the upper St. Johns unnoticed made on the lands covered thereby,before those, ,shall refuse to take.and receive said pilot, .WlIUUUlAlA1..1D- 1Ir-- December next. : '..0":5
,_self lid ndfJre-oer your and unknown.In lands were surveyed the settler- can take! the, so hailing d* speaking, that'case 4B.Th. b : s DAtIl a.. *
in,tier ilelit betneen V0. Who has told il? view of these facts the Grand Jury trusts quantity of one hundred! and:,sixty/acres by said'pilot shall .entitled,to,ind';receive and] 'first' Monday' in Jpoi. Dec ffia ta

bing back and hide your tue your con- the Department will see the advantages; which continuous or contiguous subdivisions so as to, have One half of the aforesaid rates. Whenever ", vr T>.e aboY ialeUpostponed'un Jth. fi
uyoa compelled to must arise to the Government, superior to any include his improvements and .as much of the any vessel outwardjbound-Tihall Trefuse,to;re-' Mondayin.February.nextJimffiMfl.p.
will be pronounce you O 4' .
stitaenu individual interest. lands described in .his permit as is consistent .celia and take on board duly authorized pilot n- The abovV sili"is :tP "
like -
, 'uiIy" tome out then, a man-confess The Grand Jury requests that these Present- with the system.of the public surveys. When I of said hal'oor1 such vessel shall be liable to paysuchpilot first Monday in March next iV 1 Feb 3- 'k1T 4

t etrntb, and ask their forgiveness. ments be read in open court, and copies be sentto 'a permit was issued,and settlement:made after one half the rates hereby allowed.In .- I: P The above sale is postponed ,until-th: -
each of our Senators and Representatives. in the survey of those lands, the settler will be restricted all cases when a vessel has not been hailedor first Monday in April next. March'11

S.York Star learns from Washington Congress. to the particular quarter section coveredby of the aforesaid pilotsuntil rr The above sale is postponed nntil tht let
The important: diplomatic correspondence Signed, JNO. C. HEMMING, Foreman, his permit. rlu she is within the harbor or. inside'the bar at I Monday in May next ''U' ApriiaI- '

flat been an opened with the British Government, -- cither of the foregoing cases where the Egmont Key,the same rules shall govern in .". ." _I. ..... ,#----1 --
j las relation to Yucatan and Central America.- Executor's Notice. same tract may be claimed by two or more,settlers ery respect as above recited, except, as to Alanhna Tax Col lector- *is 8 U'1 .. sr" w- -

English i agents in.Honduras says the Star, are MONTHS after date,I shall apply to the the right shall be determined priority rates of pilotage,'which shall,be one half of ev-I "TILVbe offered for sale at public oajtofV
with having furnished arms and munitions SIX Judge of Probate of Duval county, for a of settlement-that is to say, the settler(who aforesaid rates and all such vessels may in front of the Court House m thVtbwn
dirced of war to the Indians of Yucatan, now ensured final discharge from my Executorship of the first improved the tract in controversy shall be charge said pilot inside the bar on her. outward of Newnansville in said county on"Mxndajtib; '

in the destruction of the white inhabi- Estate of James B. Itoberts deceased. entitled to it; and the settler or settlers who trip. 't -I 14th day of August next,'wither tfie hours 3M

with a view to the massacre of the whole May 6th, 1848. WM. B. ROSS Ex'r. made the subsequent improvements shall be All fees arid raes pilotage which maybecome of sale,ft'sufficient portion of the uadividei interest
I ttnts, race and the annexation of Yucatan to ) permitted to locate the like quantity elsewhere due are-hereby made recoverable before of the following named persons-in amfftvcertain

Fpimsh Honduras.A NOTICE. within the same township, upon vacant public ; any' 6ur reconior any Justice of the Peace, tract of land known*as'tSe'Awedtmdb' .

British A LL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of lands. or any Intendant or Mayor of any incorporate Grant, to satisfy and pay the taxes due. tHofeelu
Sermon:for Young;;;;: : Ltdies.-An exchange ..4Louis Dufour, whether by note or open Where a settlement or improvement was made ,I town in this State. It shall be the duty. of said for the State and county; for the year'1847, t4i

says that pow, Jr., that !incorrigible old account are request to call and settle on or upon the sixteenth section before the survey,of pilots to. go out to every vessel bound to the and all cost and charges for the advertising and t5j r
Parr saint still continues to preach just as faithful before the 1st of June, 1848. All unsettled it, the settler is entitled to the portion claimed said .harbor as soon. as practicable after they sale thereof, to wit: :_'i ** ,
I I Ter., Here is an extract from his sermon to claims after that date will be placed immediately by him under this act; and the school commis- appear in the offing,to,keep suitable beacons atthe The undivided interest or portion of Bloc1|> Illl.r
the young vomen. in view of the commencement in suit. MARY M. DUFOUR( Exec'x. sionersof the township are authorized to select entrances of'said harbor,and suitable' stakes good and Thos. Tilleston. 7li -

j of i he new year: May 6th 184S. It I other lands in lieu thereof.Where i I 'and'a sufficient nrmber thereof, at.all necessary The interest of Charles A.Jarvis '.

i ".Iy( young Maidens: I know you all want I Iil -- settler under the Armed Occupation points within the said harbor The$lot bringing The interest of Noah Jarr iS '. -
I Act shall have made the these vessel in safe shall have the The interest of J & :' "
a prererenceofpiloting \ t
to get married as soon as you enter your teens; Proposals for a Loan. I proof required by .aV&I4lt"'O tL. .. ,
il lint it is better to remain single and live upon i instructions, and it is found that the title of the her out again, provided he gie8.lis attendance The Interest. OrAlexander Mnl? ".. "-. .. -

the cold soup of solitude, than to marry misery TKEASUHV DEPARTMENT, I United States to a portion not less than 'forty andis dulyqualified... ,And; any master The interest of Mordecai Jfy ers. -

or wed woe. I have but a proverty-stricken April 17, 1S4S.: acres of the'land covered by his permit is defective or' owner in said harbor employing any The interest of,Monfeeai \L,Noah"forlf 1 A3i:
cpcnion of the majority of my sex. They arc proposals will be received, under. he can locate the quantity the title of other pilot to carry his vessel out than the pilot years 1846 and '47. .

corrupted by the miscalled refinements of the SEALED of 31st March last, until 3; p. m, : which is thus found defective, as near as'may who brought her in, unless good and, sufficient The interest of Icb od-Pra1t. -

age,so i iflated with pride, so fooled by fashion: on Saturday, the 17th of June, 1848,for sixteen be, by legal subdivisions, upon vacant sur- cause for the same be shown, shall be..liable ;to The interest of Aaron Peck, M f:1 ,

iwifnud of soil on which they live, so given to million of dollnrs of Vnm-d States stock, reimbursable veyed land within the same township, or within pay full pilotageto the pilot so refusedand, 1846 and '47. _:_ *si ,$* '*-

I eulti' tin:whiskers and moustnches.while their twenty years from and after the 1st the nearest township in which' .there. 'shall" be any.such pilot neglecting or refusing.attend The interest of Cyrus Perkins i 'i .'
wretched for want of sufficient vacant arable land. said vessel when ready to leave wind weather !I !ihe '
norala are in a state day of July, 1818, bearing six percent interest interest of John N. Sayer. i ?
feeding, and so overgrown with hair, vanity per annum, payable semi-annnally, on the first In all cases where settlers under the' ;Armed and tide permitting an
tad lazenesd, that scarcely one in twenty is days January and July of each year. No bid Occupation Act have,been prevented from/ma-' ,the master or owner of the sam ,s, except The interest of the heirs of WnvTaylfiTy for -

twin being trusted with a wife." will be received below par; nor will any bid be king the proof'reqnired by the law, by want good and sufficient cause .showiu forfeit the the years 1646 and47. .

considered unless one per cent. thereof is' deposited of these instructions,ample time not exceedingsix amount received or owing him for bringing said The interest of Wm.Thornfor, theycarrtS' 19 23&fr!:%-
thousand offered the wife months from the date of the receipt hereof vessel in recoverable in like above. '
Two pounds arc by in some depository of the United Statesat ,. and 4 7. T"*" Ivvf -*
efssir John Franklin to any of the whaling or before the date fixed for opening the proposals shall be allowed them,for so doing. All.masters,of such vessels as have no owner or The interest of John K. Townsend.' '" JL *. i :fcHT* trlC i.-'*

iliips which resort to Davis' Straits and Baffin The bids in all cases must be unconditional -, In those cases where settlers cannot now make consignee or other responsible"person residentin The interest of Israel FooteV 'to .:;' "f 4 % -' -sl

Bay, for any information of the expedition under and without any reference to the bids the proof required by the law,because the lands the County,Hillsborough, shall,if required The interest of Jesse Delan* .. ,. L.n! 'i jr'
the command of Sir John Franklin. others, and should state distinctly the premium covered by their permits have not been Survey- by the pilot when outward bound, give security, The interest Shivers Parker or O.}kDb'I '

offered. The proposals should be sealed, ed, they will be allowed six months after the, for,the payment of the pilotage, when.said,vessel man ft ;, ; 't", ta &'
! The Wilmington, Del.. Blue Hen's Chicken and endorsed "Proposals loan of 1848," and return of the surveys in which to do so., Noticeof shall have been conducted ont,and for everrbeacon .The-interest of Alfred Deforest.or OVMlDorman. ,

I JIM, -without a why or wherefore." hauled addressed to the Secretary of the Treasury, the receipt of-township plats ,in all such or:stake broken, a boat or icaselwithbutapilot.Oii. ":. Xa

i iloirn the flag of Clayton and Taylor, which Washington City, D.C. The sums which may cases should be given,-by B gnit" ptthe ,boards ,shall be subject to a The interest of Benjamin L,Waite...:M- JB85SAliACHVA wj
. lias been flying at its mast head for a year. be accepted will be required to be paid to the fact to some resident.of' the tdwnshipj'with a ,:fine;of five dollars, recoverable as above, said Dorman.- ';*tJ&d 'r4-

depository of the United States nearest the request that the settlers may be advised thereof, fifleOrfiflcstobe.ftrtjieu.geof' the pilots, for. The 'interest ot''BaruaVas' Osburo ,foi the -

Sugar in Cuba.-Letters from Cuba state that places of residence of the persons respectively and by publishing such notice three times in a replacing such, beacons or :stakes so broken years. 1846 and 747. -- ..rlJThe .

there has not been a drop of rain on the north whose offers may be successful;but the amountof paper of the most extensive circulation among .down. anyship or,vessel or the cargoor interest of Thomas C-Doremni. q ;d

side of that Island for four months. The sugar the accepted bids from bidders not residingin the settlers. freight thereof, shall receive any damage oruilicarriage The interest Rufus Datenportz "4

one crop was coming on badly,and'the young the United States,must be deposited with the As all sales, gifts,dtvises agreements, bonds. , lost through the neglect, in- The interest James Soy dam. v "_. '.c-t. ; (t
rattoons for the next crop were looking very assistant. treasurers at New York, Boston, Philadelphia or powers to sell, transfers or.liens whatsoever, sufficiency,.or default of any of the pilots of said The interest'of John Bodman, for the year* ; t )
or New Orleans. private'or judicial,of the lands or,any portion harbor! ,after the said pilot takes charge of thesame 1846 and'47 .r sl/v- '.' I
mckly.i _ 'ro give an opportunity to all persons to par- thereof embraced by these laws, made at any the said pilot shall Jte liable for all and The interest of Thomas Dexter te intrkedim-

i Benefit of Adl crtisem nt.-A person advertised ticipate in the investment of funds in this stock time before patents shall have issued for the every the damages'and losses-which may be sustained. of said'Grant, owner not known Tor '

*,boy wanted. Some one left at his door an bids will be received for the lowest denomination same, are declared by the .actof 184? utterly , the years 1840 and ?47. : ; h -
;: infant in a band box, with this inscription of certificates authorized by lawbeingfor void and without effect, to every intent. "- No vessel of fifteen tons or less owned within The interest of Henry Dud1 12 for.the-s
How will this answer ?" fifty dollars-as well as for higher sums. und purpose,whether in law or equity, you will the County Hillsborough,shall be subject to 1846and'47.THOa. ,

1 All certificates under one thousand dollars pay nc attention to any such documents, nor pay' pilotage .. a ELLIS, late Sheriff .=:
; .Bright.-The Tike County ((111.) Free Press will be transferable on the books of the treasury will you entertain any claim which maybe' based The Board,reserves.the right to annul the license and x-officio Tax Collector .

: states thjit a justice of that country votes against ; but. all certificates for that sum and upwards upon them. or,both of the aforesaid pilots for for Alachua county.February .
, the new-constitution on the ground that he had will be transferable on the books of the RICHARD M. YOUNG, Commissioner.April lack skill-negligence: or 'incapacity. Andany '19,1848.flm' -" .,--
29th, 1848. 3t pilot! after having his license revoked, orany S .. . oath to support the old-one. treasury or by delivery with coupons attached -. ,i y. .
---, nt the option of the bidder. To avoid expense' other person not having a license,shall,under fr. t-' -

Lord Brougham, says the Bachelor of the Albany confusion, and multiplication of accounts all AMENDMENT TO THE any_pretencelwhatevex undertake to act as HOVJEttii

is a man of brilliant incapacity, vast and certificates with coupons o.tta.chedwill be for Cou.litn lion o f the State of Florida. pilotheorthey.sooft"endingshall' be liable to a 'Subscriber purciaae "t hs
nrions misinformation, and prodigious moral the sum of one thousand dollars. fine not exceeding the grim of fifty dollars, one I THE nd premises bwneu _&i & ; -
'nqui ments." The successful bidders will be required to Proposed and agreed toy the third General l Ast hajf forthe informer,and the mother.half to the formerly 7., w--

depositc the amount awarded in five equal in-, sembly;: subject to lie.action. '' the' next General -. county,.recoverable.before any JnsticQ:of*the' pied EFwill by J.:be W. Pearson to, Esq accommodate at NewnanjrrDle Boarders, : j
A down east editor, ;speaking of the wonderful stalmttuts in each of the months of July,August, Assembly. i Peacp of said county -
Ordered.Thatthe .and.Travellers .after_the 1st day of JIay Jnxtj(
virtue of a wonderful hair oil, says a few September, October, and November of the present ,; foregoing .proceedings be and his exertions tomake1uuestaas .
hopes by
ACT 12th the',5th'Article
'AN to 'nmend the Clause of p-ublished the
Kewsfbr three
drops k'attns make farts of them im
put upon for sums not exceeding twenty
year comfortable possible. He has
of the Constitution of this'Stat so weeks. SIMO as good stabling, ,
$ TURMANrj .
mediately.A thousand dollars,where the bidder be desirous ,
may and a first rate hostleralways in attendanceGEO. '
of making'immediate.payment,inwhich that the Judges of'the Circuit Courts, snail' ? u i JUd d -of probate, and / 4-4
writer in the llichuiond nominates the whole amount be at oncodeposit- hold their,offices for a" term of eight ekrs, ,. ..I .,' ,,,.>- President of the Board. I 'Ml'l GALPIS:
Whig case may ( N&wnansvffle April1 1848. / 6m
instead of good beha.vIor.J. T > .
during .
Scott and Botts for the two first offices, and ed. The stuck will bear interest in all cases ; : ,.Fla.t.p1"n22dJI848". 3t : : ',' .
SECTION L: Be if enacted. lJg''tlie 'Senate,, _. and'House __ '.'_ e' ,. 7' ,, ;DUVal :,a ,4'r.-
11IIIt1aClaImaflmKEiioacommissioned :
J8that "nett to Louis <} Scott'sposition from the date ofdepositc. > '-' "-
Philippe, cn _' : "
of the State DJ.'Floridii 'ti
of Representatives
is the most remarkable and attractive The bids will be opened at the ..TreasurIJlJepa.rtmentnt t otheCIerksoftke Circeit Coiirt officers;and .
in General Assembly convened} That'the112th -> J\NDJ THE SHERIFFS OF ,THE, SEVERAL I j.; in CathBiishPriC: '- .dsi LiN -
cf any living mtn' 3, p. m., .on rSaturday, the.17th of /< : < = 1
: cr us of thOtErti1 bthe stnut it 0 j -
June 1848 in the presence of all persons who COUNTIES CIRCUJTi panieSjFlorida Mounted Militia i Ii
this State1 f uIt&bI: of a4 llh'8- OF ;PLORlDAi' ar'i &} years 1838-9 who have not sfe&ec!tJ
ri&ely Residence.-W'e see it sfcrted that .Mr. desire toattend; but, under a provision : _. jet tiq : U
may vii t Thatmt the of the eru,1of'Offi ; J J.-'U.iLr At. sir f
eviration A
: -
Qeftbe; agent of Louis Philippe, has made overtires introduced into the act of 31st March last. no present .Tv d AM aiow having a"large number:Blanks j tr t"j* *.6 w- wjeiycjaimsjin tnfe .
to purchase the Chelsea House andvrouuds bidder will be permitCed to withdraw his bid.; ; e of,heJudgwj'o f.tne5 Gb-cjuit'' Q11tJL! A;printed for my office and knowing the difficul !' :of uieundersigned/urere uested t6 rfdsd iHtliOtrl

from the Wimussinmcnt (Mass.) Ferry On all bids not accepted, the amount; depositedin with the exception- hereinafter, 6e ti1'th.Justices with which'you cannot but getting delay; The-paperiS;to 're-'slgnedTattf left. ifithCol.uPpns -. '
Company,and has offered $100,000 for them.- advance will be immediately returned. The of the Supremo Cp'irt and.Wie Judges' ; jupplied with.Blanks ipropeTlyprintedj: rl at-the;'Post'Office. or may b signedatrmy .
It is a lovely location. whole premium on the amount awarded must of.the Circuit Cdurts/sh.*!!,be elected fora term here offer yciui my. services iirrangingitbform ', office: .'' '"GREGORY/TALE,". -
of eight'yeirs-and' ; ; shall:hold.thefr'offidef f0r Blanks for all who 'desire to :
be deposited as part of the first payment requiTed --1- > ,i..> o .any .may e -) . u4geni Duval companleiL
thstteni,\1 nIesgsooue -D4 r the sel S. atrthe Jacksonville. ISIS.
next. r D p Tsnpply ; They"are"printed ., ..1are1ti. tf
into Sdf AlJi1uiatw7L-An Irish laborer plunged in July B. J. WALKER visions rnadg iti'this, Constitution for theemeva1ftidgesb office W TMNewsn withfa neatness and taste I '.7"Tr- -" -s- '- .frl Y ) I,

the.mer, and hauled out a gentleman who of Treasury., iaddress'dr 'Impeachmeni j andfor "WcliIlbaTenmr hitherto seenqusUed,.and ONGRESe14sdofiae B T8hi't t athfil" -
4 MentaUy owning. The gentleman re&rdedpit tl7j '_ .wilful.neglect ot.duty)pr. th. reospn'abjecausey at a rat rhich isJat.once reasonable and liber4I4o -' fnulS&fbeco'Bools.r. '
witl a sixpence.: April 29th, which-shall not, be- sufficient idIiorimpeacbment not be Yoi fe'b1' A/M. .
n --- -- ----. : ; mean oy this, that they will 'S ? 4 -1
dotr wd the dripping miser seeing Pat'stiajAi 'rriHORBUBN'S; GARDEN SEED ,'the: OVerIl9rr''& $moyeany fantedlon.lhd credit system On-the ccntrary -. 'Ai5ii8i .. ",' t.iOtR-, :4a-4 -
pause "ain't Do L.REED. them' the;'address-of two4h;rds'oC the": '-::--. . ..:; -, -: ", '- -
1 A- ) of on Ixatt ted4hat this -
you yon preialyinstru though' ,
tinkyou For sale by .. ( .. .... ._.. .T.s
ought to have I GencraI'canse Assembly .Pw :; "Tlia ;ihQ' '. 'or NOTiCE. 'j jvf?
morel, l15(848. ; tlJU.ta..01U V Anciently. .paroiPrintingitOffices COIIUDOJ law .t
ch F' ". ,, CvOBBrWEEKS. ; ftev, date.-ls, to ;
answered the. poor fellow, looking :' -- or'causes shahlestatd>i.length in'sachjaxidr ias beenanpersededbyepecialstatuteinterdicting ; attJify
jit the one he rescued ". ,think fm over- NOTICE,- SETTLERS BaJid' ; entered on''' e''Jott lsofchj.House. U.- hofo'r: :.1 .th Jt1dpot Probate of Dnvarcomdi for "fillr
I JJED1 WXOTAJION ACT. : i Th&tJtie- : leave to seTh ao-jarnth.:of the real estate fcfiAhe? .
UNPEK THE IAR. r the Clerksshall. -oflthe. b si style j EI4C
.- --1 : srbe'nottfid.t ;,Henry,,BarnardVJrv dec**' siaftbeivttSneab
: -------- causes e8 the'J'udjje so jtnt n'ded neat and!proper;'.end those/.f "'the IIifi : .
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.- :Er.ttaetftom" the Instructions 1o the Lad Officers t be'remoyed," LDdih .STt;4dmitte4 to i whenevjet copies are required;to 'fcc'served,. 1- ,for:the payment of-tne'treble dBEN1UE.TTA' :4 &4

at St. Augustine and Nemxansvine, Fionda- a hearing in-his 'own aefenc' ':be ow'any vote I wUl e>arra&ge savenuich:time'aad'psinsof : .deceased, : -. uJ..I..T BAINLRi. 1
PORT.01 JACKSONVILLE MAY 6th. GENERAL LAND OFFICE, March-,30. 1848. for such removal shall pasSJind: iniuch"cases :, filling up by writingOSCAS HAilT. '. 1 --u.J _..Jl ,1-- --

a ----. _. TTNDER the act of the '4th August armed 1842.J the Vote shall be: taken by yeas and nays and JackMnt /ApnU9,184a_ j '. tf J, :.,.4inl:184&4. : .r'. .: ;
\ to provide for the entered the-Journals of each House respec- '., "''.
ARRIVED. entitled c5An act on EL. .
settlement of the unsettled part tl ve. :::-: i .. **' ..1, i vflrough. $ to Jail,. : ] SIONtES> YV' :_. ; ."Jf .. $ ttp) '
Th7BgAnnMj Radkliff tf.T. occupation and y. : ."''' ..;"rf .. ,' "*J",?? -fjUi'T -" ., 8. aftcr'&ejl "
of East Florida" and.the act Beif/urth r iacted .t' d w .i inst : : .'jh '
April ttth.-U.s.Steamer McNel of the Peninsula *JX>Vf* i* j. w I ON the 20th egro'Man. _a (i ehm a 'I1. '
Ocamulgee -
ly,UVQI Savannah t.o Bisbee1 amendatory thereof approved 15th June,1844, first appointed under this amend d'C nitutomishall calls"himself JLMHICKMAN, indsayshebe1ongs .estate ofWOL F. Mnri&eelaieof KassaUj punty.
3rd,-U. States Fernandez Steamer at.&'Mathews those settlers who, in accordance with the conditions ; be'divided' f'int'C ui' _e8Ther> K, to J1 obert of Marion4 d deceased fo the Horr. 'Judge''of Probafet of said
mentioned in the former first class shall bold his'pr their,ofiice!of.offices :The = for. -J-f-'Ai.--*'
H ?; from to Fernandez and stipulations- ; county, Florida.. ;, ;is"request-_ county -a final settlenieni.of. said es 4: V -
;$ SaVAtnflhj' act have obtained 'permits, which have 'for'the term' of-two years; the"'second. for the"term ed to. come forward. ,''pay' expedseav and take him shaitbeme-um appl lof.L" te lKJpisnussion -

CLEARED 'beenconfirmed-by this Office and have provedthe of foiie'hethirdf' the tcrniipf six'' .-"'". .,; ,, '." J. A. B AEBEE..Jailor.D.. C as suci Executrix, of wl" i aETpr

?1 fact of the commencement of.their settlement yearsC the fouithfot the'term' eight ears. 'I,.JacksoiilIe,4iil; .!,1:,__ _:_. "., .tf sons -iniei d1aideslatearedesiredto; ,
) "
/ 27th. Schr. MedJun King, ; CharlesSteamer" within'one year 'after the survey t6f the : 1 [Passed the Constitutional majbiity -: : take'notice.IIARY MUBRHEB, -
,certificates for the 1 1) PassedtheHouse rLIIX6MPSON'S :pIGESr! of''the 'Laws of
land, shall be entitled to r:22tls47 : < ,3 October 29tBy 1847.'IoEi.
,bunth Miy .- Ocarmilgee,, ,.,'McNclty- land embraced thereby,'on complying.with the Representatives by die '(Institutional. .- majority 'I '.-F1 ri I; V..For sale..byT -' '. '. t
"'** tOr !
., Ex :Notice [
: : resolutions,to wit, i'y:.6i84.J] AprU 22. : 4-REED. ,' 'J following '
r.h.-S er St, )11Iot W'd, Hurbcrt such settlers shall prove by the A. rl129 1RU?. ** JitJI AJl soandebte4. tce'Estao} ed21. .
Each of IMIXEnG z "
First. 'It ,1. < .. >T 'I Pickles -Preserve* -Fnaits -&c .","erick" Ec ;.'d"6..
.. of two di interestt'withesses, and ,
affidavits '
'the same .by. his own'affidavit that he .J' h.lfOTICEr 0.:3 : ICKLESi: ;OlieafCpersi. A1ondIemona .' .make' immediate... ; to::thesuJrer. 3
support. and'cultivatod atj least OUR"WEEKS after datejshalFapplT; to 'Lt".I7'c Nnt.; Prun.. PJ iid 11 i'l='='
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LBS i> E\YAAL: had cleared'of,the land embraced; by his permit; ,JCt Hhe1 Judge fcf Probate Dttval"County,. J w re811, J.lQb8terI- \ Peas,mncaiis- ; .PreservedGiie _, demands'against .ct'-WIV& '4i : .' -

1 AUCTIONEER: five acres d' to 1tiTat-o r.the'>same for five for,leave to'sell -so much of real"fstate 0OranBaztorIate C..Crsnberryjam. and Jelty J Co.&Pate cotifiedio;, present t em/' tli 4a;, ::9er: I
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nud'continu '
>of Duval county"deceaseo as; Cbcolat." ){ -t'iy- eY 11Ii' .wise theircisims adattaadCat ; brei;
the .
& F. # commencement .
t i JACKSONVILLE from'aru
rr- stLEs j: consecutive years; under his permit: wiU belufficient for the payment of the debts'of ; Powclcr SOdS1iid mHtido .: *;,V the eipiration'of two,yearafrwi' tH f-- 4:
&: ifla .jartofthe County attended ,of his settlement Ceis d.I T. 0.HOLMES Adm'r.- .* .t "ffl"' avAiM.MffifiBD.; hereof. / Eii.
10 Uad 1 like1lW1l1erJ said :or .PB1L1PiJ -
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Pectfully 60 llcitcd. *' b.i11' SL ; :" 'of-
J ., ,. .' fit' ftr! h.e ha.bita. "- April'20"t848 4\ April 15,1848. "l ,1r,. ., _. 1 .'
ksonYllle May 6, \5 s;' .0 : that. he had erected. house, ,'. -' L ixfir .Jjfc lyiM .a ':. ,. g ler# tf't'i : -- ." "ft'. ; ii!
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.J' ., .;"fJBibiinks is about'26,or"2&years of age j bbls and-bbls; ; ever discovered; to.n i*rib Vmy, tax <'i1iF JIJ.rANDl'WlNZBB! 1 -NsMnl.h&hst tG..L -
: ,gbtipar.: made, broad across the shoulders ; and Butter tuketl- 'you.*1tbtaiOng'; and'i'iiftaomedY.en 8eDient The'great 1 beaZtyin4iaUiOrtyOf ,8axrsaparill4 '' n1ect'w. tb-

.' t; feetjtteight,:"red ;.or Bandy,h f.M Beef,Pickled..Tongues; but I tat-bef ro,you the-t D1IGf.tbe most I 'overall otheixeiimlieii; it eraao -"I ,.sho. -' ... ; ..., '
gbou14 ra stooping! face .round, : Salt Rice; respectable families' in the .United States"most; IT .tl.dicatea.illaeuerltin.; JIOr.atelUw. Ssi c Ten l1e for lUll
S fh White Bean the of it ';,-. 'body,. p tiori!!cured. ., :if dlseutho 1 ifch1tim bit.1'1
;.. .. 1ieJt: or:sinily,and blue.eyes-complains .,: Cheese' of my certificates are from city Savannah! : .
4 ..breast, arid has.a cough that cauSe, ; where I reside, and many from your own State i 5tHr tiickednse ..ndstrengtbeur; ::.' :; t ..' .
.. .1: .-dresses genteel ,and when in this rieighbbrtioo : ;' where'the: Medicine is.used with great and asicnishiag -' <. 5:\consumption ciri be curecI. ; I ..'I.JlJ.i S'M4..w.. "
it has proved itself to bfrtaperior -bmnoehitisjeonsnmpUou 7 YM".eqJDplal. 1 lea valuable' ion those .who aj' '

I 'P.r -. lie'-- e also professed to 0 Molasses;' to,any other-iMedicinefOr: &ho.cure.101j :colds coughs..catarrhvtingof / raatbuar.pi womanhoodu itla ca1euJated to
0 .' lo the OdJ:Fellows Society. From the ,. Crushed and Pulverised Fever and Ague which.i\ will do in*the.very; :? : blood,soreness in the.chest,,; t. bi q l i'tfl ""l c1"a
.' gifenjus. the said.'Eubanks was arrested short'space'of Twelve Hours,1 has'never)been) :. -.h ctlC ;flush}.night;;sweats,difficult > 'i1stemu JrDdtedtlde IIeme If tie
Tampa B.iy, inJEjst honda, for his misconducti Whiskey,\.Alcohol, Turpen known ,to'fall'tO effect .a certain: cure. She; tI.; ;or'profuse expeo-; ..11 th cliaeaaes tQWb1cbQteNI at
'f and"as he' passed himself.for;J. RoberJBonjjhe. J- .Medicine 'iijia! harmless<;and =a tasteless one 1 -. 4oraiiotiand'paininiheeideiic. t .5 i.. '.Jtbracesfl (' "bol. rl 4
,I WAS brought .to. Montgomery by 10. .Madeira, .and Champagne .which will make it the most. Medicine: .. .- ura'- '<1' jnei .ej" I. ,..
g" S, Sheriff IJentqu County, Florida, upon !'i"in the ''Southern': !States.: ;The that he Jesse Roberson '& :: wbatVeT but is : : 'can be ; -..; ; the system as to
." .1. iopposition' was : ary, Preserves 0. tame no mineral'preparation Ai t. Jirod1lC8&:I1J
t, jras Charge! with forgery, and who broke \DryGods: harmless Vegetable matter.only.-: To:planters,: I: cured. ,<><" t 11.1-, >; lyfi,]WJH:tt f.a; ', .JtlDOlt1ftM .
,: : iri'.Montgouxery: last spring; but, as he) Muslins,'Bonnet and T&ffetft .this Medicine',is a valuable -preparation it: 5 ;Probably there never was a remedy that has for. female weakness and diswsi.- "", *
: Hot iq be Jesae.Rpberson, he,wasset' liberty ; S' cures all'..casesin:I twelve hours-.and'does not been so successful desperate cases of coMuaap- -M DISEASE"OFi 2fBN"'BEdRf.J'
t t. .: and; we.have reason to believe he,will'make ,bleach'd and unbleach'd; .requlre.an3'J time to be lost; aU that is to be ,tIn as1 this;i it cleanses,and :'strengthens:,the I 10 {'ll'TUBE,:.4ND."DJlonih1f'

,r :,. :tray towards st.Florida, as his health is Bishops and Long Lawn ;done is to take:the Medicine arid, to go to work. system. and'appears to.:heal thenulcers.ori the a :JNrN: YcaaJ .".
: as uto induce.him'to. nukehis, way to a Swiss,'and cross bar'Muslins;, To the Rice Planter it is :a valuable Medicine lungs and v the patients,gradually regain,their 1 'P' 1I b : j
: Bduthern'cirouit. 5 Suspenders; I :as'ii does not. contain any mercurial ormlneralpration usual health strength.,. I, .beeikfflIctc4 w 'f.iJ I, '. .'MJrith

: :t ,'jI .;' SAMUEL S ITIL. Cotton Osaabnrg whatever j ,and is 'therefdre a safe -5cURIOrYs:Ci1.SEJOFnCONBUMPTION. : a.'ternb 'rupture lot o,
;. ,, t .' I-, ,THOMAS J. SMITH.H.J.HARRELL. Linen Drill for pants, .Medicine for:those who are ,liable to f exposure.I There ". -',. I .:., : : J beg'ydu, :do Dot let' me 'have"to ' number; feas: s'of Consumption 'reported ascufed troubled.UbJhortJ1Qr tljq. .
t', ; ,.rA\1a,3.qltAla.Sept.18,1.8-11, .Nov 26 ,and.Cotton,in steel, often.With: advertisements, certificatesy &0. It by the use of Dn Townsend's S rs pGrilla. stering! of,the hurt' L'
,' ,has'at itself to be what I' it is i 'tressing/irid has 'r, i1t,,
Term of the Circuit"Court of the ; ; i jp'rovod say I The'following was recently received: ipi ntrj'1eayeiberied.
I. ''.f.' AT'a bf Floridaheld at the .Knives, ScissorsyRaiors;' and the greatest proof'is,'ev'body is recommending -. DB. .T.owlisEND-Dear Sir: *;For.the last The ruptre"
c. ". rn HJircuit the :; Knives a Forks, Spoons, : In
House Jacksonville, Tuesday
:::.; lit of NoVember in'the of our, Lord ; .tfure'for the Fever and Ague All you have to arid.nervous consumption of ,the last ,uch,ttisea'with little ;beieCddbd
S.tlay thousand hundred, and'year forty seven Hatchets,Saws; 'dolltu'Jaik'iy ur neighbor what he thinks ofHumphreys' stage;and did not expect to ever gain my healthat taken but tbneboit150 f t;J ir '9'mediih
,4.'. '.1.: 'Present eight'.,'' ; Halter Chains Pots, Ket- Remedy for Tever d Ague, arid all. After going through' a'course bf medicine 'wilii l tIrtl1 ti" t '
: S JP/K : GEORGE W.McR.u S Judge. i of course, to be convinced,you;will try it, at under the care of some of the most distinguished of the hearty and''the rupture'bi'a1ai
: ; ; ; I priced-Powder Flasks. least hope,!o. Here is my offer to any Planter regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared t. t t. ibzh.f&
;, I &enry. Bennett, ) l of Crockery and Tin Wart.I of South Carolina:who will either call on Doct. :Board:of'Health:in':New'York' and elsewhere, She has also had .tbedlOps-1r"d.1
...' '. '. ; '.,**, [ Bill for Divorce. ', Women's and Children's P. 1\1.'Cohen.l of Charleston, S.C,>or myself in and spending the most of my earnings in attempting ;muchswollen.We.bad. tGidetbg'1besO.benflt
", .," '$ancy 'Be m tt. ) .I of all kinds. the city of Savannah, and either.ofus will give 'to regain ;my'health, and alter reading : d: alhadofdiseasei. luth',tmi
I. appearing to the satisfaction of the; Articles, Perfumery, Medi enough for twelve cases,and.if it does not cure in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved :1Sut h bas aspear.relievcdberof ,it iiifiik lair
;, :- 1t from affidavit tiled, that..the Defendant in ten out of the twelve,'we will refund the amount to After using sir bottles 1 found it ih lt dr Pl' '!
t' above entitled cause resides without the ; 1 5, 848. ly paid, ,You'are to see theMedicine! takenas done me great good,,.and.called to see you at that, this statement is i'80 .1tg'j .j

'of Florida and beyond the jurisdiction of ', have directed. your office; with your.advice,I kept on,.and'do .ahostlike fiction,.b' .j it'ii, !tAA I. !
,S Court, on motion of said Complainant, by OF Owing to the 'heavy rains during the past most heartily thank you for your_advice. ,I persevere .reality. AYourBarsaparilIa XL\f.
:1 WBryant.Esq; his Solicitor, T ONLY summer, and.which still continue, all the low in taking the Sarsnparilla,and have been. uubiq medicine. and.,shculd'be( p'i Z4V'
t. : -1;It is Ordered, That said Defendant lands'are under water,which will cause a great able to attend .to my labors. for the last .one.that 'us, iteJ'iJg as we'.haTejwta; "m
: ,: :. 'and answ'er said: Bill of, Complaint within New York. deal of this'disease on the Rice Plantations: it four months, and I hope by blessings of God disbelieTethis tccount/they afCaCIibfe]'fa
will be taken Street,
months, or the same as will be to your advantage to procure a certain and your Sareapafilta to continue my health.It .- Call at my house and have ocular. .de&bfii&fti
i against her. and speedy remedy ; you can do so by applying helped me beyond the expectations all that Yours, respectfully, """1!1"...
!f r. -: And it. further Ordered, That a copy of IN mm, to ,either of my Agents:or 'my elf. Ask for knew. case. CHARLES QU1MBY. .WILLIAM TOWSE1t
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-:; order.'duly certified by the Clerk of this ( & JUDSON,) HUMPHREYS' .REMEDY FOR FEVER AND OrangeEssex Co.N.J.,.Aug., 1847., -,. ,'J!) -5 .
in printed
It, *- .! : "be published some newspaper FIVE STORY WARE AGUE. Elate ofNew Jersey Essex.Count ,ss.-Chas. DY PEPS.Y.,. ,
T : It,
Florida for the S :
: Eastern Circuit of
". '. .the space 'The Medicine sale the .
,'' STREET,-the WHOLE is for by following Quimby being duly sworn.according to law;on No fluid or medidine hr.s ever bttn 4
four months consecutively.I
.! do to the exhibition;and sale named gentlemen, who are the only. argents for his oath saithj that the foregoing statement is ,ed which uoneprly restn.bles"tLe abt
said Court
: OSCAR HART Clerk of ,
; ;. of the sale of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY;whereit true,according the best of his knowledge andbelief. or saliva in decomposing food and stnnzjLi.
I ,. :: certify the'above to be a true copy of the will be found 'either wholesale ; retail.
b' or CHAS. QUUI Y. the organs of digestion,as .this'prj: ti.
I mule and entered of record in the above CALICOES. "
the'date aforesaid. Country merchants will make a handsome pro Sworn and subscribed before me nt Orange, Sarf parilla4 It positively cures ese.r
; : : tle! cause-in siid Court, on WHEREOF I Stock" consists of nearly fit'by selling this medicine. A liberal discount the 2d August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia Loweytr sevtr'or thtonJt.t{ '
.: : Iv WITNESS made to Planters & by the dozen. Address tj
S. set hand and affix the Seal Packages, 0.. Justice of the Peace. .BANK'Ef.ARUtUTAus.urrt; Ma.10 ii
:; : f"l! my this twentieth THOUSANDS of different W. HUMPHREYS, Jr.. _DJL. Qwz8ED-r:'. JhiiT( j .
.i siid Court day
;.:. December, ,A. D.. 1847.OSCAR and comprising every Wholesale' and retail dealer in Drugs., 'I TWO: CHILDREN SA VEDJ for several,,yerrs \\' in J' J
.I HART Clerk. the line, FOREIGN and Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, &c, : Very'fewfamilies indeed-in fact we Jiave form,attended,whh sbursices;Of.stoo cof

\ .. I 1 i: .De 4th 1847. ,4m SAVANNAH, GA. not heard of one-that. ,used Dr. TownsexuPjs .appetite,/extreme .berthuran4aversio ,!.
: I uir. : offered for sale for cash or Sarsaparilla tin.time lost any children the past to, all kinds, of, foOOed .
; p -t : In Circuit Court at the LOJVEST PRICks. THE' DUD PALMETTO STATE., ; summerwhile! those that did not sickened and ( IbavebeepuabIe. ',&

: "' EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLQRIDA. A VOICE, FROM. SOUTH CAROLINA.: died.. The certificate we publish below is cpncluejve ,but asmujl poition on myatcuacrI
t.: COUNT OP DOVAL: Is CHAUCER v. OH 'PACKAGE. OUTHERNERS-Thd'fOUow''D is from my I .evidence.of its value, and is only another ;jusual .remedies, ).r.. zl. yJiad'1t 1i} s
;. received 3 ,instance.of its saving the lives of children: effect jn removjiig.the.complaint,.j, *!.
: > Aniia Morley, ) almost every day, >: ,Agent,.'Mr. Thos.. J. S:"'Farr, ,.:of Grahamville8. .
{ vs. > Bill for Divorce. jire got up for bur own sales C. .DR.rT.o: % '-Dear,Sit:: 1 had,two children ed, about two IUuJi .since,.to |ry joar'JEiof

t John tforley.. ) -elsewhere. Mr. William Humphreys Jr.., cured by your Sarsaparilla ofthe summer ?iparillaracdLnmstsJiyiJliritii little cot
i.'. appearing to the satisfaction of the of prices, orrected from Sir: I hand to you:the certificate of Mr.'E. C.Watts complaint and dysentery ; one was ,only ,,15 fidence; but .after using nearly U.t: 1
\ r by affidavit filed,that the Defendant in variation inthe: market, in favor of your':Remedy for Fe. r'nnll month sold_ and.the,other 3 years.. They were. found mYtDpl-etite nsto.reda tIe[ )'qni
; resides out of the State much reduced and we ed they would, entirely: removed, sand ,I would ,
I above entitled cause ,of buyers. Ague;. he is a man of integrity; and his testimony very expect earrj'p
4 ; Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of able to form some idea of 18'consequently undoubted. die; they were, ghenup by.-ttvorespectable commend."the use of it,to,those wto, 1
: :Court therefore,.On motion of said Complainant of our assortment,when Yours respectfullv '. ,physicians.' ..When informed us, that' afflicted as.;1 .have been;. f,Xouis, bty
ant by James W.Bryant, Esq.,her Solicitor, i'I'value'of our usual stock of : 'THOS.'"J. S. Ann.' ... we must:/,1S ;them, we.resolved ta.try ,your W.W.VAN ZAKM.
.' S It '0rdered, 'That slid Defendant at least tWIce' the'value,bf Grah4m"i I ,'-SrCJ:', S.e11: ;1847", Sarsaparilla we had heard so muchof, ,.but had N. B. ,iiPurcLasenone out!nchi liapers '. j
,, and answer the Bill of Complaint of said dry goods usually kept by Mr.' ; W. Iump1ireys1r,; '. little confidence,.there being'somqch stuff advertised that hide.tb! bottle: coxa'ipleteIanUti

'. 'a' 'plaliuutwithin four months, or- the same jobbers. This fact Dear Sir-.--This is to certify that ,I h. ed. that is worthless: but we. are.very. the written;signatured: S.>,10.WNSQP(
.., be taken as confessed ag tinst him. ,.that our 'means and our your JjeVejf and Ague'Remedy'with:success. I thankful;that.we did for it:undoqb'tedlysaed' Principal Office. 12$FuttonE3i*

: p :'1 It further Ordered, That a copy of this being divided among .vast. i pbtairied.a :supply,;of.,it, ,from Mr.T, ,J. S. 11, the lives of both, 1 write this that others maybe N. Y.; Redding & co.&&tatwt. Boston; Vyt
j : : der, duly certified by the Clerk.of this are devoted wholly to ONE, I your AgentQf this place and administered} it induced to use it. Yours,.respectfully, .. & SOn$3 132.North Second-st.: Piladetplia. 1
: St _. be published in some Newspaper printed which we can offer ,i to my: daughter, according to directions, and l' .i'. _' '. .:,,;. ,,JOHNW.ILSON.;;: ;:8l Hance, 'druggist; 'Baltx ore DuRichinoml ); '&'.
;. : ".. the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week obvious; arid it shall'be am happy to.state that the.disease left her in' Myrtle-avenue Brooklyn, Sept 15, 1847. f'K*Ml: (DchenV'Charlestori; fk&eoii
.' secutively for four months. who visit our establishment. :the thirty-sir. hours and her ,.LUNATIC,4 YSL(liii. ,", I : ( hartrewt.'New'it mst0$1W1
,. : S DOUGLAS ciurseor ,present Esq.. of the.4sSistmtsl 'Pearl.:Albany;J R.'V JrBi W29i'Mai
S Judge. state health, indicates a certain cure. Cummings one ;
1 : : .to'L O CAR HART, Clerk of said Court. is'complete at'all seasons :Yours,'.0., "V. E.'C..WATTS; in the Lunatic Ay slum,]ihckwcll's Island,is the t nd"Broad:ts:New 1tfi.Jprincip.11
4 the above to be a true of LEE I gentleman of in the following letter, : Drpggistsand Merchants
( 1 liere certify copy 'JUDSON & LEE. .Orali mville, S. C, Sept. 14th, 1847. spoken
; .: .;, v Order mode and entered of record in said formerly' of the firm'of :. : RHEUMATISM ; throughout the'' .Unicd. tates.,West ladld.the M
i ,'S tied cause in said Court, on the 23th day .te senior partner of the ori AG l\TTS.-P. M., Cohen,& CoCharleston.. : ,This,is only one.oi; more than four thousandcases :,.'Canada' ?: ''f.A'M." .REEl),"tvx'ifoliit t''
March A. D. 1848. Brewster from which ofrheumatiinthat. DjvTownsend's Sarsaparilla .: ."Jucksonvnie;
a con S. C.; T. J. S. Farr, Gruhamyille, S. C. ;W. A. ,f't .Uo.r
11' '. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I: hereunto some time ago, has resura- Carswell, Savannah.: Ga.; A. McLane''&. Co, has cured-The most severeand,, Febntun ; 1S4Sf') .: .YJttJ
I [x. s.) my hand, and affix the seal of with.Messrs. Lee & .Jacksonville, Gai;' dhOtwell & Gilbert, ,Macon, chronic\ cases are.weekly eradicated by its extraordinary -

t t .: Court; OSCAR HART, Clerk. his friends.that the new' Ga.Do'reey; 'Knott, Griffin, Ga.; P. .,MOise,' virtues :; HQLBiES 41 .
S :. 'i ',April;!, 1848. 4mNOTICE. I the same pre- minence'in LaGrange, Ga.; Winter.&.Epping,'Columbus, BLACKWEXL'S ISLAND,Sept.14, 1847, ;. t
I : o, which formerly distin Ga.;W. Root, Mari .-Gn.; T. Patrick,Salem, .Da. TowNSEjiD.Dear,Sir: 1 have suffered 1/1 ESSESPIJOLMES ,&,.cO.-ha".iitd
:; ; two houses'to whieh he be T nn.; W. K. Kitchen, Augusta, Ga.;' J. A. terribly Ion nine years with the.rheumatism; lvi. their stock Merchandise totbf Iff
having an interest in the considerable of the time I could not eat sleep the United Etsti
L"* i P'ERSONS June 25,1847. ly Sperry, Houston county, Ga.; Solomon Goodall, : building formerly occupied by
I r, ,''. '. J-:. direction of the Atlanta..Ga. Cart Jacksonboro,:%V. R. or work; .1 had the most distressing pains and ,.known as: the Government .Bu di* $ |?
1 1;,;: :. upon the Estate of- Payne, deceased, .\ .Anuerson.'rii'T, IL; IoUn a. .*A.'Burch T 'Hawkins-* my.limbs :were terribly swol1 n. 1.have.used. :have addedte.,their.stock,.byth .brtf a
; ,
!t 11 -. out before the Hon.Judge Probate for: .ville Ga.. Samuel Palmer Darien Ga. Pole four bottles of your Sarsaparilla,and they have .from New;York, a foil a H>rtnieniofDry',6
take notice ; ; .
!F .. bia-county-Florid will'please thousand dollars worth
: Prescott & Co. Black Creek Florida done me more than one GrocerieS Hardware, Provisiomscfwhich
i ft....\ ?'S.' the subscriber. administrator upon such Causes,Prevention and Cure' & Planders'i, on ;P.Martin, Savannah; Lightfqot; Cunningham of good-lam so much better. Indeed I .am they are prepared to sell at rt4U
the of of
under act
i l provisions an
Asthma relieved. You at liberty to use I-
Diseases the are '
of & Ga. J.H.&W. 8. Ellis entirely prices.
S COt.DaUQn1 ; ,
tare of Florida entitled An act
: ,! to provide Diseases. this for the benefit of the afflicted.
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111 the re-establishment of the Records for pages, aiacon; M. C. VVilliamson, Davisboro, Ga.;Wm. -They are now prepared'to purchase.Co
Ii oJ 50 cts. bound 15 Yours JAMES CUMMINGS. Hides and of the *
'of Columbia and for other ; cental Hodges,' Sahdersville;, .B.T. Floyd, Micanopy, ,respectfully, other produce country:
bounty ,
: purposes postage 9M cts. highest Market rates and make cash ac1-
Florida F. A. Pqullen Jacksonville Florida COULD NOT WALK. ,
6th 1847 will avail ; ;
approved January
I II arid Chest Expanders $2. on consignments theirfriends in Savasv
E. 8. is the
of the therein for the Baily, La rensville;S. C. That Townsend's Sarsaparilla very
privileges specified,
if.. 50 cts. postage. Inhaling there is and Charleston o .New.York.n..k .
I. of in substance of all sale wholesale and retail by best remedy for female complaints '
instituting copies
; pose l the aforesaid !by mail' letter postage. Ab F. A.. PO LL4gent'fCl Jacksontille.A no disputing; thousands and thousands of I They have a 'new'.article of Wrought
i '.. per* longing to perfect, $3 to $10. for all : to which .Would respectfuUl
Ploughs- they
.Can Se'fourid now on file in the'Clerk'a office liberal discount by the. 'do. en. weak and debilitated''females that were prostrated
.laid and instruments of w of the.Bowels and Womb, October,8th, 1. 47. -' ::by'those ,diseases to I which females are i the.attention, Planters. ?? -trlJ i G

'purporting county papers be substantial copies or' and Braces;Chest" ;, sent S subject were. soon' in the enjoyment, of robust Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846..m tlw ,..
or Supporters Or
0 letters of In lren'li Court health. '
parts bf admi istrator's bond, FORWARD '& AUDRICH-A
I istration and inventory and appraisement, & give height from head to SOUTHERN ,CIKCUIT 'OF FLORIDA. New,Yoa j Sept.23,, 1847.DE. .
i1114 ''which were destroyed by fire on the first of person next'the nn- IN .AlfD rOR niz. COVMTT)OF ThLL35OROUQ'Naxy'aniib .Totrwsrsi).-Jfear'Sir: My wife has for ATTORNEYS :AND COUNSELLORS: 'At
; hips. Rupture: ,mention : : and in' WitT/Ipracticeinthe several:Courts.!*
the last been sick
I4i of November, 1846. This.noticQ given JnCiuncni: year tery
wanted for the sale bf the health .by a and Equity in the Eastern CIZCIZWOtMOXiIWx.iA.
jto cable the administrator to enforce his aj.S :' 'I' reducedJ'state-of ,being.ireduced ,
S ::r.. S. B. FITCH, ,707 liable .!, 'A JJ1L> ,
ILt1 plicatiop before the.proper tribunal. for a.d. JameLB.'Panieb. -Bill for Divorce. variety Of complaints'such as femaleare D8t *
S S fl charge upon final ttlement. postpaid. ; I T having' been made to'appear the sat'isfactn to;it she'got so bad length thaj she was entirely Lewis ALDRICH, Newnarisvifl& J> J?*.

.SHUBAL BURNS. ._ly_.. _. ._- 4) ifert by-umdiyit[ ;that the above unable to.walk,and was as helpless as child; F- CRARTREEi
-' By JAS. 8. JONES, Agent. Reward' named .defendant ,reside.:out; of the State of she commenced using yourfiawaparillai'and; ..- Wai.-.I J t, r.i-, Y ;
S Alligator-. 26tb, 1848. 3m GIVEN/ BY Floridaj: d 'hybrid.'.th'e,jurisdiction': this she immediately began to regain her strength t ATTORNEY' AND' C9.Y t. BT:! !(
.: THK. Court. .her complaints'I left her'and after taking several -, ; H T. ; '.JaClcsOiiV2l14F144L;
S .. ? :';',,'1 : ', TYPE POIJNDRy. for the aPFehen. I1'j T E &ro tt. ,: ri' i ut.Jt: ,. .t TTita", .. _, bottles she restored' -Being: a singular WILL attend to'aD1.b sine si2itri1419
59'Gold of Ann street N. delivery into the be 'So1iettor.t i1d01 ? it it. :
corner Jail .' 'hi Ijhoughi good topublih : hands incuitfrf any 9t the.C b-intJae Ec $
S subscribers have taken the Type !> lMhe fdl. : h She >eo a number remedies t thaVdbrif rOOOdrevionsly. Florida. 'I(1"Y' !'.i1.1 '
THE wit .Venis :
a woman.HWJ- !
nd .will continue the business Yours/rjeswwtfuUyj
S fiW ;Bill bf t'f'
ejdaductedsby Robert Taylor. They will. ; !.Venis a a gir1al1dwh' : haTe'bomed't chfl. .comp nt bere1n;fiCd feitHp (Qur'.months or'a JOHN MU'1LENS7cNorfolk-at. : '' ..EELIX/ lll VJ3K'S S

I t: S. ita all orde '.ey may receive with punctu absent' might ; I .. S I :;' l' i f&tm will be Hand Cast;&n-l they wilI.fu'l slaves have been man: thls.Q'd r'My certified bi,Ui .Clerk of.,this GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE. ; ofiiii

I tin; .all kinds of Printers'.Materials,'of the best JOHN ;M.:PONS.absent Co11 ;; e:plisb11iome newspaper.priijted, ;Da;.To3Hrss Kp''a SARSAJABtu is.a: jsovereign! Ci IJfl1JrTfI :Jn2fl 11'-
-N ity: 'r.J..A: T. Overend is still employed .2th.-1848. 'Gm ; :,tthi1i ,the t. e .0 orida,..once ,a.weekco.:. .. ,, ". ?. and fcpeedy.cure for incipient consuieiption, and .
rw eaperinteuiling the manufacturing I .1 cuttyC. ,S'f v: t r.'to! r monthS. t ,\ forJheigeneral p1W \ system nomatterjwhether 'th)AUGUSTUS:C tGILLE3m
:rI.i Proprietors of newsp tpe ,who have not &,'iLA\VSON 'G" O'W." mcn, 'm: u of\\, ,. : the suH OtlflhiUtr 'canseorjcausesjiproducedby ATTORNEY OtrsELLOflLt
vertised for the subscribers, who may '. SoutberC'la.. .irregujari illaesjs
: : : And Commissioner Deech of the S '
.5. '1, ,this notice for'three months, will be entitled AW.Co.XMIS sioK Met- I, JOHN W.ROBAMS, CI kOfeaId Court*dQ', ;! -..tVl.O* ,."'tlr' > h.t, nl'lh.1)>}>; ti t.TWithbi atid foddsfrState.otal. $

lc 0 : :jtcelTe: pajr in type} on purchasing fiT.. 4 ,d Georgia,,arid tender' their servi- .hereby certify the a ove, \be .\true.copy of .*_*,Nothing CM(:be more suTprising/lhnn! jts i nTigoroting ,/; or'ri p'I mNJSE: boti.7t"'d .
,e&tnount'ofthe. bill for advertising. others solicit consign an ,Qrer4uIy mad e. rpt .ofire I !F :effects ihum'n frame..; .
:. .'.. ::i Old Type taken in exchange. for new at 9 c ; d all other kinds,'of country '-theabove'enthljed cauae' .on., r ,,thes.Uth-, *" b f. sons'lassjtode.frptti taking it ;i; \t r S iti;
= : perlb. agents for the celebrated .December. .,.A.D,.1847; "' :. at once.b o.meJrob1stantfuU.91 enfrgy under, 't.t.'r L A'
:: ;: : riarpriated.'ww'cast TheType with whieh'th "NEWS". county,front whom'they 1 "' I?!. WITE3SWEz. ( i J haveiere. .ita influenceeifi IhimJD iatel :punteractatbe"neryelessnsa ): .rT NEA7COUTELLO1I Couuot$ .

: at this establishment. : dwUh, Flour, fresh ground, .fL,'B.1 !untoeet. U1,-W 4anLpnjteTedj; :of the igreatcjlusejOf ,( 4e Will practice in the several
I )
I. FloHaW
F,: S, T. WHITING' & TAYLOR, h rn'.fiou!. They also keep ., J .f"W 9fn .nn. .JeA1.OfQfti_A this ; fliarrewaess.; mb o in** .i'. tern Circuit of .
t ;V :'. Successors to'Robert Taylor.' ntty, osnaburgs and jams : : ; ,11," "".'LY" '1.-, A. .7'\J.tt47p. lit'' expected/ji ,tinteaj's| )r.o "!1J.C 1'fJl1tt,1B Il..N 'i &fr tft fbY

;:; : Pefiruaryt9" ,"1848. -. 3ra l'Cartright, Plante"_and I' -j 1. t _J. .W.'ROBABTA'" ,... ". delicate auature, to exhiWt rtificatcs ojf curespttformeoVtrnfcvwacan Jl.C U Jl i d
': '; NOTICE ft* es.iieS whIehth' : sail* at 5 p.'eem1)lJf'.... .(.04.,'J 18f7- 'h.m.,,,.., .; ,i-v iwwr tbe a icted.that 1} *Ta.d'
. .. hundreds jhAeb enrepprtedIt<|. }r ATTOBNEY
MONTHS after. date, I'shall present : .vu.t ) .' case' usoi ANDRjvtrflorfi&t ) &
.,SIX 3m T1..r : 11. JthuII
lI CE.: JiD greatly disJtr.ess"dlb "nL }
I : unta nn&vthi hers as Administratrix It iDa.To1tdiD.Ii IYIYfift! ; ,
's thel&tatfetof Henry-Barnard,Jr, late of" ; ; r ;'bAvTor; AJ DT'JOBDER oftheCourtofPionate'o asJ ; vekness-4 geaea1) 11lf arid i WILL practice in the several 'C6ittE"t1iLs
>4lWttfitfc'dec'eased 't :tJ1.on. Judge ot ?r ; I. saucountT'WJIl b, old at the plantation, su1reriDg e ntJnW1l1Y.libn4.P. \\jW r1 fEtD ctR ,'ldrW3T .' "
I r'a >4teid'"couaty 'for',;,fifijt settleruentoP 'Ml'tS'IO Mltncu.t of the estate JohrtW,,, IhiBosei-oa Thwaday difficult ; ndJbl\iIJ kn9Jr: cserey.pQr a 1ti \ "etvJUk PIP.JD.t"t

L :"ftendiball.ttttb'b iame; 'tiriie,l.apply; "t; hoWsjc; : :; neftecpnd day. of Mayi next,.4hefollowinMtwo. mcdicinb..JneffecLOd Jg1acqxeJI14i1a.ilio'hearing jjsnHowr'FmX'Hi"
( vw/s/bf.DlsmiSiiiotfas Admiiiiitra fJ n e groesfAffyabout.27! years old and herd&ugh.. ft recommended fo .suph:c1l.sea,aa jwf e i ,
S lcH\Ufersoiititerested n-8a1d'ESt / uaon'Esq'nJa.; ter,,:Mary: Ann, ten years old.. .n.//Jrt!{> f .; deacnihedj3i obtaine4.r.1b9ttla OyOi'Ztra4of : r. .:11.V at bllshfdimsell t P.At.1jl
r' : !.CJMc1D;;; nal Ga.J C. M'; I'JP 1. -< fndifpifowd.'J'M dijectip; .jq V EBA t: I'OMMt8S10w.... "i
: jui : 6--'f. C..W..DUB08JJ"d you i ,
:: ;* rorired jd t ike 1 tf.c ..; Oo J./; tonXC.j' Eoi J7H. Sarsaparilla ; 1 .fI.t .9 t.m t.WI
ti i
: :1 : ..btH.J' i ;: M. .2DWOSE r Itt 4hQrtpriodj.lfreniovedh.ercoi i- wDl e o
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,:i.r la boDTiUe 1D.r W41848; ,fi:6md" i 11- f .,IJ-> I 8 dDiAtrLI I .' plll" iauct.x 1 h tq11J.Wlhrl. 'Beig' care wit despatch> 'XloI,' .u.n..a'k to 1 I
J Uch 4th, 1848." grateful for the benefits she reoe1ve, flake: November 19IS-I1' u:



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