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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:
September 2, 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 )


Additional Physical Form:
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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4 ,_ : 1 fOt".rS witlb,.e charged?ror' al.mnouae' ea!i.D tbe.ThirUeih.Cengi-ras..' 1dm'aIid'forl r-nineV .:... 'ft "*.*. of"the' UnIted.StateS y persons:;.packftgo, being or-,packages citixens hundred :,anthirt7Leen';.shiUl .bywnstruiei1 Ji 1

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.; :ice w Debtors and Creditor, i : .10 00. AN ACT to prevent the importation of adulterated hundred and eighteen,:in additioni to"an lei*' '\iheti. -"..and Jo'preyent, necessary' such .ele. hundred and/forty-fpip/entitled .An actKW :
.lal. "N tion for L&ters Administration .5-00 and.spurious drugs and medicines. pended btlance remaining in-'the-HreasnT3r'6f iotiervTessels".froin. n pact- king tin.appropriation5:for the payment pfhoricsTost *-' I 1

-' ;W1 religious notices will he-inserted gratuiBTPAlI ., .Be it, vnaaed by.the.,Senate ,and.House of.Representatives eight -thie thousand eight hundred>and'SeT: bulky making clearance,until trillg all such,-, breaking letters py4fieBEssbtinrolattte rs mthtfFJorff .1
-\ of the Uiit&ISj 1es America enty-seven dollars and forty-three; cents : : dvarj' : :
personal communications will of in fpurr 'other''maflable matter:are'dulyt delivered Protide4zlothat; i3t.hbrs rlbe: *
admissaUe ver1i\'f'nYCnu. Congress Assembled, That from ;and after the teenthousand 'one: hundred and:twenty two into the United States post office. longing fd1.volunteers, whicEVtr frroS rlu tii$

"' .e; I'f'A"bills III l for Job Printing mast be paid on the passageof this actrall,: *drugs, medicines, me3icinal dollars* .andp -sey nc n t 8." : T "'._ SEc::2. And te,further enacted!, .Thit all let... G"ulf of Mexico, 'since.lh;thirteenth .o(.M.-, ,
* tre ITT the _ork. preparations iacladip g.iaedicinal essential Jor invalid pensions, under various"acts,two' tcs or Bother'jnailable"matter:conveyed to eighteen hundred and forty-sixBy bein th'q !
.1Jt ''irri-AH commttnicafjons ,wastr be addressed to oils, and chemicaljireparations used wholly hundred and sixty thousand dollars.- ,* -.-.* from y port of the JTJnited Statiiss by vfoiv 4 pr oveboardorotherise,shall be paid for in"0' .

U. .ILLETT k HAZ/AUP. pottage. paid. ',n or in part as medicines,imported into the United 'For pensions-to widows and, 'orphans, tinder' elgn packet orshipj'cxcept, suph unsealed,any le me'mii. r u is"provided. roithe jalncntototheriosthorsesin

States from abr i\d,- shall, before passing ,I thenct of the fourth of July,'one thousand eight. ters.relating to said .ship,or Ycsel.oranyp3r.t:; this act. '" &, J L 1
.lit Jflilitisi Claimants.HB : the custom- examined hundred and thirty six in addition of Approved June" "
DUval usebo and appraised, an,unexpended the;cargo thereof:ids may be directed the .6jJ. s.4 "
to "
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ommissionoo. officers and privates as.well in, their balance remaining hi the t = ji: -- .
& non- refel', quality, purity, treasury of owner .or" .owners ,iBonsignee or '.cpfisigtieesy"i6f "' :: -
-1Ik li;Captains Bosh, Pricey and Suarez',com- and fitness,for medical purposes, as to their one hundred and fifty-one thousant!one;hundred said ship or jpthervessel;shill be id'subject to THE 'COMPROIDSE m,:!: tt&1 ;
Mni noridaountcd Miliiiajfor seryicein the value,andidentity specified the invoice. and fifty-six dollars and thirtyrsix cents !
. ,' postage charge'as.aforesaidj whetherl: dresied. lagreat eort to I I.
who have not yet signed the necesttUting thirty-two thousand eight hundred-and.forty- to in i
> SEC. 2. And be it-further enacted; That all medicinal any person the United :States.orvelse- sary; ponsuch terms as
11. to their claimsi the ha three dollars and 'f'ti < wouiavuicGiAiamk
'e&lIps ? dsIeunJeI'Si preparations, whether chemical otherwise sixty-four. cent: _. where' :Provided ,It is:.done by the packet or f and allay aU'.?1411111 North and South9&S& .
:0 f'nedarercqucstcd to do so without For pensions to widows under the act of the other k ; !*
ship f ) '
. usually imported 'With the name of the of'a'fpr g nntryimposing pbsti l .* It1re.-- T && tilVaw
.. The papers to be signed are._left with manufacturer, shall have the,true name the secOnd Febrnary, eightaen hundced!and forty- age.on': lettersor mailable matterrcpnveyedjtp SP HW their. wmmittee after iettiinff thi -4t U ,1 1
11t: at tho Post Office, or may be signed manufacturer and the eight, in,addition totheunexpendedbalance of or from such hve .
tot pons. place'where they are 'country, by any piick"etpr: ) aei t and;4fterpassihg thrQnghldif2,
tiyoffice. GREGORY TALE, prepared, permanently and legibly affixed to two hundred. and "sixty-three thousand seven ship of the:,United States,.carried/,iia'foreign plays pffeeling characterized bymembers 6f the

Agent Duval companies.. each parcel by stamp, label, or otherwise;. and hundred twenty-nine dollars and"eighty .I packet ships 'other"vessels, ,except.such. unsealed Senate as diagracefunothaCbodK i
114ri I.I" JicbonTillcMflrch 4, 1S18. tf all medicinal preparations imported without seven cents remaining in the"treMury of a'former letters relating to the.ship or vessel,;or IntheThni: we before-infomedou?

. : NOTICE.S such, names affixed as aforesaid, shall be adjudged appropriation for the payment x>f pensions, any part of the cargo thereof as*may be directed readers, the frill Bailed byj'a btet11og% t.j
YOUR "CLOCK" NOTES to to be forfeited. under the act of seventeenth J.une eighteen to: the'owner or owners'consignee orCcoaisignees ; 0Udh&t1epreentatiy-.,. Mr A.IU8t .
I"V \ UP my hundred and : eT&ensij' fi
P Agent. GREGORY YALE. nt Jacksonville SEC. 3. And le it further enacted That ii, on six thousand forty-four two hundred, one hundred and and thirty dollars --' mailable,'as,Ii1&tter'r..aforesaid, and such; letters'or other r .I noting' and .voting ;%itPaij. ; il ; '

,nits'm instituted imuiediatelv.. examination, any drugs medicines. medicinal and thirteen cent seventy, hereby ,1' : dings, Tuck, WilmbtJ aiid the, tc".4lo t J J
X HORACE HOLCOMB. preparations whether chemical or'otherwise For into the'United.States post office by jth'e strength;in,.t he House to lay therbnro'nthelar. 4
half-pay pensions to widows and orphans, masters or commanders ofalt such,packets Mel. \In due tiraej'no doubt all .
4t including medicinal essential oils found or ,this.ta&begtas
: Ang.19,1848-_ are payable through the third Auditors-office: in other.vessels when sed '
55o. '""""" in the opinion the examiner, to be so far adulterated addition arriving, and .to be taken over, and a.portion oftLe Southern:pcpplo
NOTICE.S' to. an unexpended balance remaining from United States office made believe these'
in post whet departing : by .worthies that all this II
or deteriorated to
. any manner as -
IX WEEKS after date, I shall apply to the render them inferior strength and purity to in the treasury of eight thousand seven hun- and the postage paid thereon justlychargeable was done.through sheer patriotic.indignation at
11 tcr, Honorable the Judge of Probates of Columbia the standard established by the United States dred and ninety dollars and four cents nine by this act ;' and for refusing 'or.failiig.i the attempts", made Congress to''compromise ;
thousand i
for Letters of Administration five hundred dollars. so, or for conveying said letters over the just rights ofthe SoathT 1J..
) County Edinburgh, London, French and German pharmacopoeias or across ,Indeed Air., .Stephens i
on the estate Joseph S. Gill, deceased late of and dispensatories, and thereby improper For arrearages prior to the first of July'onethousand the United States, or any letters intended to be : hag already :been'denominated onarof I

aid rount,. DANIEL II. CII.\EllS. 'unsafe. or dangerous be used for eight hundred and fifteen payable conveyed in any ship or vessel of such foreign "the boldest".and oble champions of Southern i.
! Alligator, August 12, IS48. CwAdministrator's medicinal, purposes, a return to that effect shall through the offices of the Second and Third Auditors country, or any portion thereof'the p rtyof- rit"for his opposition to this compromise bilK J
f in addition to an unexpended balance of fending shall on conviction forfeit What! Palfrey and
andT y'h6t aiid
Giddingsj BobtJIuid
be made upon the invoice, and the articles so ; ;
r'< Notice. noted shall not the customhouse three thousand two' hundred and one dollars exceeding five thousand dollars for each off nce. Tuck and 'Wilmbt, become,the."cha ipibni1 6f i1 .
pass unless and forty-five cents, eight hundred dollars. SEC. 3. And le it further enacted That in Southern rights?.. God, .
Subscriber Administrator case
'. having qualified as on a re-examination ofastrictly analytical char- save'theiSarkVjtibasave : I .14iJ
citf.. I on the Estate of the late Robert acter, called for by the owner consignees, the SEC. 2. And le it furllter enacted, That the the, person or persons or the direct ra of any this noble. injured ,South, when her.owa 51 i
proviso to the second sectio'n of the act entitled incorporated company who have sons turn their backs
entered into in her need
is herebygiven" to all and are
G.UfingstonoticQ ,
return of the ejtamiuer shall be found erroneous i: An weight i !
Sf persons. (Creditors, Legatees and Distributees and it shane declared as the result of making appropriations for the payment any contract, or who may hereafter enter into ing her against Will .we be forever t
., ; revolutionary and other pensions'the any.contract with the PostmasterGeneral"for: blind and not let the.plain.
demands said teachings of
others having Against
ind ,) estate such analysis that the said articles .experience F
may prop- United '
States for the
year ending tho thirtieth conveying the mail of the United .
out of
te them, properly authenticated. States toTany us. o1l1'.troublcs?. We can
present and without be used for Ueap
erly safely danger
-d within the time prescribed by law. to tke Subscriber rnedicinallHlrposcs. one thousand eight hundred and forty-, foreign country, in pursuance of the act entitled :if rci'nHU No; disunion either .Simplj' ,

ifby mail, post pair; or this notice Trill seven, and for other purposes," approved May "An act to prbvide'for the transportation of fight this devil withfirej; :we say* agafar -'fWb J
3&"I bi plead in bar of their recoverv.JAUES SEC 4. And be it further enacted, That the seventh, eighteen 'hundred and forty-six, be, the mail between'the United States and foreign have noW.surely) n-wbipjiettand, overridden J' 1

PEDEX, Adm'r.Xetrnnnsrille owner or consignee shall at all times, when dissatisfied and the same is hereby, re' countries, and for.other purposes,' approved long.enough by this;' Spartan -of the'North& ; ,' J

:i July i;, 1S43. Sw with tho examiner's return, have the Approved June 26,1848. tho.third day of,March, eighteen hundred and have learned,his way to fight .What nude;this

-- privilege, culling. .at his own.. .expense. ., .for,. a forty-five, or of any other act in ,which said pigstye ;fuIl. -Abolitionists-the, pfopelhtit i1 '
a Adlninist ator'8 IVoticc. re-exaium.Uiun; alit, on depositing witn the Prune-No. 47. contract there stipulation, on'jth '.part of: power of the country ,Unions-Union* Union! 1 :
S PERSONS interested in the Estate of collector such sum as the latter may deem suffi- AN ACT to amend the act entitled, "An act j such contractor,giving to'the.United States the' "Tirne''faith:'and energy57 will'inake IhbSootof S tl 1l

t ALL late Joshua Miller, arc h rf'.by'noti- cicnt to defray buch cxpensaj; it shall be the duty for the regulation of seamen"on" board the right to .purchase at an appraised: value, the; bur -
IA, That on the 1st day January, 1849, I of that oihcer to procure some competent public and private. vessels of the United steamship or ships required by such contract; the.master 'power cube Uzuo.. Wake 'uM,, If.i .1 f"

sluR present ray accounts and vouchers, as Administrator. analytical chemist possessing the confidence of States/ passed the third of March eighteen to be employed conveying the mail, shall'decline -;; &uthethfnenjio t toshake this UniOu unxier,'
to the lion.Judge of Probates in the meJicallJl'ofcssion well as ofthe collegesof hundred and' fifteen. to sell. and deliver to the United States but to save it,now you.are its'only trn' friend*! I -:

l'a M . Ina discharge from the further administration exist in the State in which the collection of the United States of America in appoint'appraisers.toyalue the same" sgrleably; mean to {stick to it at least until we 'see"isomb i n

of taid estate, and shall pray a distribution district: situated, a careful analysis.of the articles Congress Assembled, That the last clause ofthe; to the provisions( .said"act or the same having -: better'auspices in the Heavens ":Let the South, i
2. thereof! JOSIA1I SECKiNGER. Adm'r. included iu said return, tind u report upon twelfth section of the act hereby amended, con- been appraised and'valued, shall refuse to; become tha 'balanca bfpower:parity; jso/nat/ 1 tt- I
Kiwnansville July 1st, 184S. 6m the same under oath; and in caso the report, sisting of the following words, to wit : '"with convey andrd livef said.ship"or- hips to the by'Mr.'rTrirobivv the t Importance'lot four

. which shall be final,shall declare the return of out being at any time during the said five years United States on the paymentor or tender oCpaymtntrby : kcor zl CoZleg&oJebefelt, and our lives as d

Executor's. Notice. the examiner to be erroneous, and the said articles out of the territory of'the United States.," be,* the United States of thesum at: forfeit if it does not- turn the.eyes;"ofyankeoTorn" M
I to be of the requisite strength and purity and the same is hereby which the said'shK o'shi -- .
MONTHS after date I shall the ,, repealed. s :havebeei zip-: politicin. ; tou ", .t cei-ot I
SLX Ju jpc; of Probate of Duval, county, for a according to the standards referred to in the Approved Junc'26, 1S48. praised and-valued, such personor'persons,'so bad."men againstthent5elvc3.; ,'i tsurerway. I
tt finil discharge from of the next preceding sections of this act, the entire o1fending,/shall_forfeit a sum_not exceeding one' 'to'teach bad men the'folly ofvice.Imjnrgneej
, Est:1teoC James B. Roberts my Erecutorship. deceased. invoice shall be passed without reservation, on PUBUC:No. 48. hundred. thousand dollars,"to''beu recovered in::; longer; when years'agb'Hhe argutaent was

.) payment of the customary duties; but, in casethe. AN ACT to regulate the exchange of certain I any pro a.chon.tor the.use of,the treasury: busted?. Shall. we, aifi'iM.. *.' *A'ftW '- i.
. May 6th. 1S4S. WM. K. ROSS, 'Ex'r. I .6'61._ rrlii-J ot..iui __. ----- *- '*" "** v f-vtf
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.. : examiners. shall be sustained by the documents and other publications of Con iuo uuiteu Kites; ana in case refusal or: arms?' Terrible necessity;! Let us leave this *
l' NOT C Z. analysis and report, the said articles shall remain gress. I inability. to pay the same shall be .liable to be for the'very'last-the very.last--for ;when we

( .MONTHS after date, I shall present in .charge of the collector, and the owneror Be it enacted by the.Senate and House of..Representatives : imprisoned. not exceedmg'one year,'at the dis-i. do'strike,let the agonies of the wrong we suffer
SIX and vouchers Administratrix my: of consignee, on payment of the charges of storage of the .United States of America in cretion -f the co\ut'trendering'ijudgm; J;' fdr 'be "piled up7?go high that pur blows shall count

the 't:1teq.t'lh'nry liarnard, Jrn late of Duval and other expenses necessarily incurredby Congress assem led, That the ,Joint Committeeon such' psnalty. "j : H y ; for all'time to'comer ,15ut;we had as.frell sing. ,
! county deceased to the lion. Judge of Probate the United States, and on giving a bond with the Library shall appoint such ,agents,'-. SEC. 4. And eit further,enacte; TJ(to secure j psahas &, milestone, as.'tilkthb"way.whea: -4c

of said county for a final settlement of said sureties satisfactory to the collector to land they may from time to time'deem requisite, to the regular transmission of themail to'and 'Southern/'' into jpariy conventibnsy

. IsL-ite. and shall it the sue time, apply fur said articles out of the limits of the United carry into effect the donation and exchange of from foreign'countries,the Postmaster Generalbe guided:by the single idea of soccer'at?any,or

Letters of Dismission as such Administratrix of States, shall have the privilege of're-exporting ,. such documents and other publications as have and he is hereby; authorized, and required all costj' and rhen:these men. will lend 'their

hich all persons interested in said. Estate;are them at any time within the period of six been, or shall be, placed at their disposal for to impose fines on contractors,;for.any unreasonable 'names to place upon It'ttdket arnun'irhpse solo t
desired to take.nnt ice months after the report of the analysis; but"if the purpose. .or unnecessary debty,in the departure r c'mmendaUon\M the nfluericet' he'can bring
111' 'RIETT 1 BARNARD, Adm'x.I I the said articles shall. not be sent but of the SEc.2..And oe-it: furthers enaaed; That:all .efiu n'm, of in"the performance the'trip: lila party.from the enemies of the South;. Wh<>

Jacksonville, March. 1848. 6m United Status within the time specified, it shall .. books transmitted through such agents for the 'Provided' That' the-fine-7forjany; o "default .,would. have believed a few:ihort years',igp:that j
I be the duty of the collector, at the expiration! use ofthe government the,United States or shall not e eedonhaif. ofthe contract:price any ticket with Millard Fillmore upon it.could

IVO'PSCJE. of said time, to cause.the.same to be destroyed, I of any government of' State or of its legisia- paid'for,the trip., 't ": T/;-.. j : i -receive- solitaryi TOt-*in ,any slavehplding
MONTHS after date I shall present my holding the owner or consignee responsible to i tare, or of any'department of the government .SEc5., :And further enacted; That Tit shall State ''Washington imselr had he risen1 from. j
SIX accounts and vouchers Executor the the Unite States for the payment of nil charges of the United States or of a State or of the AcaI not be'lawful for'ariy contractor for transpbrfciing the dead preViouiTtq 18 0and':presented him

Estate James B. Roberts deceased to the in the same manner:: as if said articles had I. demy at West Point, or of the NationalInsti I the mailto any foreign country)loiassign or self for another.te ''w4ta'lsuch a."manaVFIlU fi j

Judge of Probate of this county for settlement reexported.SEC. tute, shall be admitted into the United States .transfer his.contracts; and all such assigiunentS more for Vice''President "conhi not have ree i,:'

and allowance by him; and at the same time, I 5..Andba further enacted, That in or- duty free. or transfers shall be null,,and voidi;Provided, 'ed.the'votebf single.county in'Georia !Un.; '

shall apply to the said Judge or Court, for a. der to carry into effect the provisions of this SEC. 3. And le it further enacted, That,thesum 'That. assignments 'J and transfers, whihhbeen ivt >less thDg3Jak e'atqr 'J rAV'r.tag 1.ilfP: ?*
final discharge from my Exccutorship of the act, the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby 1 of two thousand dollars is hereby"appropriated "made and 'accepted by' the Post' Master more' session. oiffCbngcss to briogmembera rtp,

&kte of sill James B. ,J."oucrts. uefie'l.. authorized :.nd required to appoint suitably ,.out of any money in.the treasury not General or.:the, ,Secretary the Navy,*before' 1;thatdfaringi point,of assurance at tobicfi'thejr

JOHN ROBERTS,Executor of the qualified persons as special examiners of drugs, otherwise appropriated;,and the same is put at the passage of this act, shall not be affected by ,.wUldemand -expnlsion! of slavery'from the 11.11.have

last Will &c. of Jas. B..Roberts, dec. medicines; chemicals, &c, _# namely: one examiner the disposal of the. Library, Committee,.for.the. this> -section.-l J- *, _'&" *#s1 t--'?.?."- i": District*f,.Celumbia, ajici-then oiiesjnere'sesisipnj'tossetth
iu each: of the ports of New .YorA Boston, purpose of carrying into effect such 4pprovedJun 27 1848.r. ? : mit, :work t fprirthVStatesv .
April 1848. CmAHEffbttENT agency; i i V. --I -- : istr, *'- & iRESOLTTTION hV
PhiUdelphU, Baltimore, Charleston, and New- and'donation, and exchange, and of paying the : : will be compelled to fight_ : HTe-repeat.1;Tire .
TO THE : OrlcJusi with tIle following salaries, viz: atNeMrTo'rk expenses already incurred in relation thereto.: [ Ptrs. No..7.] .Ji must fight:and that right ,tunless'we

C.litulion ef the. Slab of Florida. sixteen hundred dollars per annum; Approved Juao.2671848. :' ', JOINT .RESOLUTION relation to the trans. | some. expedient of.wise policy laid .up,-ap

frofosed and agreed to by itis third General As- and at each of other.ports above named,one -" : =portation.and sc fgeC.the rnilitaryforcesoftlieUnitedStates iyet,i ntried" Geographi 01 position ahmtwill,
stmJjly ; subject to the action oftlicnezt'' General thousand dollars per annum; which s:1 salaries / piILNo.: 49. .-. -. at thocloabtthQwai' not do,and if/wbig pl any where
Assembly.AJf shall be.paid each 'y"c.r,' quarterly, out"of AN ACT giving.,further time,.for: satisfying Wl_ "Mexico. ; ;". 't."t... ,'t'. .J steitherwiflnot. M.a'thoth'or Ir&
any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated claims for bounty lands and for other 1le !ldbfth&wte; and House of Representtatives I;qthey haVQ p'lac d upon qu.CheekS.1 e-blusB
ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th. pur : ,
;; and it the duty of the said ofttit United States ofAmerica in Congress humiliated dup :aWe speak:as unto wise,
:Article of the Constitution of this State, so Secretary to .give such instructions to the col- Beit poses.enacted by the.Senate- and House 7i.fienwledt Jl:( n the restoration bf peace.with ..:men""** judge, y&>:. fe Telegraph! *; '$& '. j :;
that the Judges of the Circuit Courts .shall of Representatives : j; /- r- -1'f *' *.
lectors of the customs in the other collection Mexico,byraf treaty of, duly,ratified amaproclaimed '
; peace
the United ik ( ,
'&old of States of America, -
their of 'Ertfact
o2icc for term -
a eight years ofaletterftoIaJ4 o
iricts-as he deem to 1JIIited
necessary prevent al theiitaryfor es ot
may Congress assembled. That the.act of the second wI
instead of during good Leh.lviQr.SEt."TIO and [:, Jo'a'Clay ptug 1i.the-UrBtedStetts fat* Vaa-
tho. iraTpbrtaiioii -adulterated spurious session of the States, whethert-volunteers, regulaj or the 1"r.
1. Be +' cncc'cd !(thy &nate and drug and medicines. twenty-ninth Congress chapter 'niarine-coipSj'who by law or the terms of their raziJunfi23, 1S4S.'. ... -. i- .

otutetf Rcprv"lti':rv of tke State of Floridau SE:'6. And bs it further enacted, That the special -' sixty-nine claims entitled for- .bounty-An act lands/to provide for for satisfying engagement are to be discharged; at the close \ '"ihave reflected. maturely on.'thewhlgcomZinatipns

< Central Aftv&y cojivennl, 'That the 12th etarniners to" be appointed under this act, services in the late war with: Great Britainand nilitary" of, the iwar, shall,. under the direcU n.of. the and aceibprinciple, of consisteMy
of the oih Article of the Constitution oft inpportin it Wf warred twent/Veari
JJpse for ;
8haIlbeforeententl discharge of their -' President. of the.United States,"transported
pu for other purposes,77 approved July twe i- .
State be amended to read ) ; against Old Hickory' as ':maitiryTchietoi -
so AS as follows
duties, takenrid subscribe the oath or a.ffirmation .or niarched.;with. the least practicable'delay,.tb ; -
:?u;. That at the of the .term, seven, eighteen hundred andsfortyrtwps; and then we putujnet citizen ,
expiration present so1diir-.ot
;required by the ninth section of the act of t'io'iicts such posts place in the. .United Statiw'as nay a
also the tunenth-
'<*office approved January manwho
of :
the of Circuit Courts ; steps fotronthewilkofjij
Judges the
thirtieth 'of hundred and be least'eienzivand most con'uenientbihe
the' July eighteen
.* th the seventh eighteen hundred and -thirty-five life in.the. hour '
exception hereinafter mentioned, the ; danjertTand.hairiag erved,
forty: entitled f4.n' act reducing' the dutyon .tro pJnd stuch:places.they JshalLioe.; :discharged -.
fwtocw therein an&;.thereby revived,-shall kej-andjth'e hiscoun:
fjfthc Court and Tetires'again; themasaof.his
Supreme t1leJudges -
and for other purposesJSm from?the service of the United States; '
W the circuit Courts, shall ejected for.a term imports 7AM' U isfurMerenacted That the same are hereby reviyed,and continued for't and until they7shall 'reaectivelfrech fe1Jow.citiz bUt .:'.military"min parfexceiibis
vJT*tight term years, and .shall;Jl ltl their .offices for. special -examiners; ;authorized to be appointed the passage"Cf year S tO thIS-be act-computed-froms". I. -,*and-'o-J-.h.'after-.* ,suchphices-and:be,. discharged, the'ocenandmenshallie k veenUJ.t!!" 'i/Solclier' ..'-.... 't.1'I 'roessr-...< ':J:1' .'" '' .and,..' ..1,.
r unless iCll1ov '
'undcrthe'pro- l1'f1YJ1T011UruHuf e
: sooner .by the fiftt s ction} ft1 is'act"- shall, if suitably Approved June .i' ,&. '.: *-" consideredrpaidj and treated as in ,:! '
2G/1S4& v Y1fj
"TiBonstnade iu this'Constitution; fi>r the remo-i 11 ualifi ed bersonsj'cah': be}foundbe ,taken.from .i- .} : .._ -.. J the'Service of L.the ..United States'in:.thQWemifthe'wariiadnotClQaed. !! avowal principle;Jet_us stick ioll% f ,. sacrifice it
Judges address .and t ; i1iilabUity-.auiI Ihatl
by or impeachment :
; -tf- ,
( the. officers\ how! employed" in the;respectivec6Uwtio'Ayistnct L'UBLIC-l'to.50.., .. ; .. -.
or dfal neglect ot dutyj orothe.rreasonable.. r. <& rr *' '- ;'-.d.<*-* H t too, totheprejodice'of claims of mn-'Of Jhr
;-and nfewappointments AN ACT:to amend thV:actTta provide for.i1 ApvlJuxii1O,1S4S._ ;., 'highest merif anid 4*
o.fiose, which shall not ,be_ sufficiejit ground.for such T : it. "S "i K. ** t. ?** t, 5J 'personal saperior talah t and -
ujpeachment shall be,1e Sar1.torvant"oC.i; persons transport ation themail between the Umted.S wh lives 1>een' passed, irf themostjf ,
the 'shall '
Governor remove any then 'as sooiras it can bod _consistently with : '; J" !t. [RFuLt1zONPv1lUO. t No.8.z. &: ,: : ,
"/hem, on the address of two-thirds of the ; s and foreign.)countriei) and for other : -d'ti flsfr-cnriin ofoverwheLtAuo '
ttteal Assembly Prm&rfA0nwr.ThaUhe tile;efficiency of'the'serriciytLe officers'' in said '.purposes!., ... -'i"\ > 1.1 ';*.? ,?" 't.-. ?: JOINT_ :R SOLUTION'proT dingto tbePI-:'' : diit.otjJ ich eschew'? ,.
; such distnctsBhall be'.reduced, so that the present' Jlel it enatedby .ikeiSenate and House flfRepjreserializes -, i jient of the>egimfinipfTexas moonted troopscalled4ntothe.serTice the selection of military cETeftaini sof .q .
:S3e0rciuses fch411 bo$tadiugth in nmnber-6'f said officers"shall not bdJpermanently : ,of the United States .ce'
: and entered the Journals each j of the'tJ t d ,Stat estof America tonsreis & J. ; President : ; ..., ,:.':':
Iloase. .A on %it. 'th Mise r ly Increased b'Jrw sucbA new *appoint-" I ri I&. 'JhatH itfe'PostmasteiK Gen, ::j. 'UliV G JbUC i"-M OJMV& ofbneCuinthe. '.4sonthth'nmaThlW 'r
t 4?&shah priJrvlid.1'itl be ; : menti(1 ; -. "t : ralunder tHe:(irectiori' bf;tlePPesident: of "' ;jreM-'eljghteen"hundred jM md for'&rend b-t1 U J1 rMi Fnht "f yjci' ,1
notified '
r,doberemoved tottiVJadpe6pinfehhe -; [<7 j --BOOT WINTHROP, .f the Umted',And he;is hereby.,-aathorf* for other tmrposeswWRtsoteedbytk6 ; Presidency\:fri'iie1Eiji-lenJencieson
and shall to ,
a ; be admitted 8peaeXf the:House of Representatives.tje4 'and collectfrpinaUlettcnf Senate a"Ji : 'fe 1J1t "dtt < .
l ized and char f.'t1l Ci
ktatng empowered to iyp .ti
in Jus ._
1 ; own iIcfenceand o.r t n.t!,o! ,.; ;aLDAL1A& ,. 'f1: trtVice : iid ther'wAbl m t rCar- tatnes.ofthe Utticd States tfAmerica ialsmgicThat"Uie."SecTCtary **" ;;,+ : 'L'lf1k.t ,_.J. _tlO
.Qec ovnl h\n in such ".. ....
cases .
eaii thTot shan I.e' taken,by' "YelS'and. .n31s_ and. I' .' President d .._l .of'.:"jPreSic1ent'the United. States ith. 'Swte.l and Hed'to 6V fi in:i y'P rt'ifi1 'U t d States] in fUSC1lW! \ \ ci ;.,orwabe. airedtoca, udj1ohjritliMed e : tM :Er--' .: .--: .. -. -.:} "J .1' ',.. '

w on the'Journals'of 'tach'House rcsp'ec r any:foreigrf.packet shipffoYv others>resseVihe, kS1ii,:.iW .
e ; Approved June 26 1848':3s': L ,1. .' > i \l'lll.iJ _** ou4ofan i1* rv 16'
? sazn&rateage be
ebc r..ratea 01 c c .p : paid,: he dTj
A ,c..- J- v; v /-,- <: :'AMESL1OLK.4 ftlQ."Jf\)9t.' e gqu (1 i. Jj tJiat on the night
-J..- t&2. Be ilrlI5.t t t'iJ i ,* ? $Vr. -v .",''' _- -"' .. ", s f*.-: '..i.J* which" '1.::.the t government1o. 1.'Ii",which'iroch |oeign ..ti. tlons r'medSeaof4merlc3 the.prosecu1iol1 zu&th pblCfMezic .or the ith iust.ja Iaree DUmber 01--Mated i.

t '11a1t'PPI'tunlter ihis'amendea t' zistiLiitionfutoi4clss .-, '. aiAi pcBwq-4No 4i. pa or OWl-'Tcsse&; longsimpoes f. Tjiitt ; } C11ettefff nd"'Otll imefrxas w
[ ; ft
The ; IAN mbl'mattercon1oyta : '.. 3Sj" their.J13st '[
J..t.n 'i t.i
r 7icb &
:! tldedbY tot' : f' ':' ; & 1 i.a tiai1.
"t1.l :
,,,l4t d 1ha11 hoId His'of ithttroffieeta*offices' ACT.,mating.appropriaiioM ,for;thti'pay. i fio.--sucli1orer ontii.','.AI" CrIcnpckeor'otber i .*hicli 1tis 1hQ f fl0flth1ifldS 1uD' RnA*th&1CthsitLon b'fe"be ed J lai'IJ .
-.t J term fo'ttwd rtha eecond forlheooryearsl ment of reroltttTonary n3:j6U h. r,pensions of. ssls-a, shcpostage otsuch i 'UDit St t tiMiewAfd.; !
yea ,
ttt : fand. & .i loneI C x1 SiUD'J ..n ( ie1Oferedfo )
) of the Uuite4 St.teTor;t1ic7elr end1ngtheone .go j rJwoent -triinyiTftiroeato revok CC : 1f' "
six .f hA
the.third lortue term of '. ton' .rtt 1 ;
'* 'ud'd1sch Plb .
1.,. elr*. tI e fourth for the oCeighYyeawl rJ rt: th' ; thoaiand*&ht.hundranforty.uine. : sam- *t A MialLJi,;tbe *ntyUCdatpinotc .;i ,hw 41i' drOrl'S,tJ ,. UbW ei'r 1C "e!n.1tCa..'!."UW4&;,.' f. i\ft&. _
(! !'i, ,ocejadother U i&8sagettg1 joining thetarthy. ,: t :.3' '" "
UI .t-
t,:- the Senate by the'ConstUikioiaalinaiPassed :, .1t.rif' ; : G' '' ? .- thttrtBieseymrC auuJ Ot .r..jt", had ii. c.i1turedthJ4 ;.
: 1M &flGICWZd HOflse.DI.JliP 'designated or appointed,for'thit our bbsej : me .
: itwed1 --
.Be .. .
A1rhU 'o'1\Ur
OOmbr .UDiSe aft.he
1S7 AS t3I1CC, u thi .twe"
'.;.t" f2( 1 t'ha Ift # Jk-ayL ff1 '"- 'flies'therfaiived atSan11t011IQ,. ooIntr
i iirei-:61-'th'i.t UnQed :Stltfi JI' } oecaTr o ng.provJs-.J
'n h.fA. J ej'puslitU .! .... ; Je Bto&-niatJini be and jbJou'anatto'. ''''' .'- '.''it '.. t'.u' / of nnd ''" mai t1 l'jf ymuse ;jQtl; 'aa': .: 1" ; q'hlliiJ... :
It' 2itb.lanuary: '- 'f gt#$ t. ffo b':1g '.G4\4"ora1Sou> J .O ; '1411 .J .L' .'-." +>{. ... -'i1
Ari1 6* 1848.1- ..10 J u-1" ) r:4l lewa 6'l o ,oten. -, ':A 4-k { tet Be """iUid'Tk.,Su 1. l a :1I..r' ,' .-. .Itf...' J1 ", Uill. __ '
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.',..'...'fJ' TthtEi2 MONTHS* :KXTHA:;PAY.FOR: : ; dixi' prosecutiSntpf the'ntttifigftwfc.tween. resen.t.ti ti.iidciiS'1\'iinf"., .' .. ", ,.l<' '> '. '1--!' '" "" "' 3j.ff 1t, ,, I !1i.i.Ao.. :" "F .
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'.. .r. the: .United St teandthe.RcBubliovj6fMexico Wi' :swadshtvetruo.ji1ibaTe 1. .wr..j I'rro1f 1 Ill. ea .'fh-. .ti'J'ta'pt'OZD1se 26.H -. .
.".1r. 4; !thv; ;. : : : '''. ;Ibalrrendei'zzn., .urr ,"...t pj. ... .ctI'' .. >- <: '" "".;'- '. \ .'.. <'f .' "'";-i.UeriW.B '
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,".t.: 'J 1 r'Wc in ubhsb t,Iy iequest,,the fouosvbigtoplin .' : ,I and present for other the following purposes i;;as myvUwa.pass onh .lhs'- alray-ST i I :.,, ".sa- 'r"1f. ullt_.ure..t._-rtf'1.. c.'e1ectloti.''-" .tiGenmu, ': ._ .-JIV.:"1iJ1

:dt.. aciamenilafery'a Cf for 'the' subject.; 1:1 V''".< : f : *'" >% ,, /:*,' .with 1i t1 ,Iii'this:TLTOttd f9ftJ 5it1h !i >*:-> ';.theircljectIonh., ? u' S .t .. p., \ f.llli 4
t : ; : The proviso 'rcStri"b. n flt of the section here llowsj, 'That thu bill left '1h- )question of f. ""AE k XJ'" n.f ; .
would "M'l :
1 knew the:Locofoos ., . .. n ea" '
; tnd us .
iexicanrwar TIIROP
The o "
togetherxnih : in "actual service.-- ;:; : J
prosecutipii pt ; ; to those vho have been ;; > Jt'-t.'i4'i'; t
; ', < Something more than mere muster:into; service : bject wrote arparaphlei;prove b8vas.not ;-alaveryto beecided:bX tleJudfc1ary.. .ihaslaverynot ,,..,..-. ,1.__'< ..'ooil. v., .C.-t'f .'L"f..t1f.t'. ;, r' '
to .
.J .
secure I
requirements .
,.; it the necessajy is undoubtedly required. Recruits,who had not Abolitionist and-scnt itto\ the hundreds -. ; existing at:the_lime:<}f the treaty.IaNew .-- : .. tj
tiwbenefitaof left States for the seat"'of war, or if (; J. 1. N r.Lin"tii..1.l.w.: --
1"J provision:: the United" .
'. i and California'"it cannot be'r cstab- ". :, '> t'f 't.f..t. ,e..are. .
Mexico > ,
\. their altered and ; i1
but had joined respeeV and to save ; : 'h' '
"1' : they had left it, : : : : ,}: :' l1by 8.0 t.
.;.'' SEC.,5. .Aid'be it titi&er tMitt4. That the bm-'. tin companies,"are'not]'entitled"to the extra pay 'sent aOTther td MisS achusetts; r Ib'prove he'wn' i r riihl"tbe 1' r, u !,<.t e'Jawai t.J' "" .u"wg!' .. para' ; '..int4
munciaus '
,[t tt ersnoncomth1zsloued. officerB, ,and privates allowed by,the fifth scctionoftho act abOYe.refer-. Expcsa,"tnatNCOkii4Snnah}h ene1J.1me'Ol.
:.-11... engaged in the military eervie.ef the United redto. .- **- -*-". ; ': bo tio iSt1'l: h ie\ |everything fo get i abolishing arc:altered.. That the bill offered ; .mii :\.

J.tlkfJ" I r Stated in the war'With Mexico, and who have served *. .Xolmt although mustered jtatojwmee,-. it the for the Duvalmilitia C1 aiuistorLit': 1 a,compromise:*u'tibn. il. l e, 'Lr : : _: ..& lk,
: out the term of their engagement or-have they were not marched'or sent to the seat of war,' money> !o. .'V"'it".T.tT"J e..e1i..].1.!j a Ti a'SI3pid '-
:, been or may be honorably discharged;,*nd first to, toVwittens r,service,was required of them,' .my'oril,chance"tc get avrote'-ih. EasiFloridai- ,r .' i J : i. 4 and cheap comsmnicaiinn- : sitr ****?

.t. *h. the widows, second to the;children third to,the.,' cannot be said td have been inaetualsemce.'and f1hTtt jsuccjsefoyou tn,:pcur1ng.r ":: p ort,''ai 'Mr.;CA'BZU..8t f d.ihat-he'iot. ._, ,.. i. .nst laying : j 1oJI
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...,:? parents, and fourth tothe brothers and sisters ofuoh do not therefore;come within the provWonofthe ." ", ', .: -- newioaashlp; : Chcroke .
,r"...., fr who have been' killed in' the battle, or law for extra pay.. This.view ot the""law.will exclude -' may now'.consider J'9u.. bate,the', the-. ''l bill" Ifthe. <'C. .tsbleiu.. ,, .orae. !. '"that,'; pp, ;will'leave'New Tork toridyi3theptember. S.nnUh'' _"5'

'.II4."".,..(, who died In"'rervioe' ,-r. who.having been honor from extrparthe; troops whieh.were called your pocketsI' Bee one of your Captains grin, portithltr mIght,lafforded.:; ot the introduction .,, Jew' :."! 'jjJ'1l&a .
.. ably dwcharged, have" ce' died or,may hereafter out ;General GM oi ant :disc arged. Deforo burt.hen buiit.
))y ; that :of"abettcr'ona. Jle vaipp; aed' to Mr. : UI- tbemj.j-
nd'l assurohim 'Whig Congths will : :
without' the three months' ;
" die; receiving pay being sent to.l\1exi o r'exasthotr; OS organIzed can .' with
fJ' .iI herein provided for, ,ahaU be entitled to receive under the can of Colonel CUrtIS and aiseharg- mnkeh aici t many:'pefow.citizes,'4 ** 'ij1rorl Ctii1xN's,b'l"' ii.,: ,: great regard-. c1 'i .
'.if:1..J three months' extra pay: Provided, That this went *to Mexico;"'or were not put accommodAtjonafor pusengtra-oi '
.: : ed before they : R
.:;:\41:l. provision of this fifth section shall only apply to on duty there; and the regiment of volunteers,- gh'and Ready! J :The Locyis",..accuse us: The;"objections" these.:SouthernWhig. presentatives class, and she_cannot. fail ,to be as',' -fIi

it those who have been in actual service during the called'for from Missouri in '1846-for Santa. Fe,. I oithi rig abandoned; 'our. principles, -Hal. offer iiie as'specious 4and 'worthlessas the Charleston' hue 'TheTecondilf.-

..Ai"r ; war. and discharged before being sent to that destiny TkYLOR' "bo 'expected from menwhoare ready] line is now. building,and wseasonYorthe 1 be
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.",t"f.. .Approved July 19, 1843. Uoo. What a farce V Haknqt" unequivocally ..may ; first ofagentis.3mneILflh4'the"THE C01D
.rx': .'% [COPY.] If an officer, non-commissioned' officer, private,' declared.our. principles ,A rowe. '"bound. and 'willing,,to',sacrifice everything party. 8P 1g tt.,. .
\ ., &c., after'muster into service, has been discharged -t' two" 'Let'ui first see what these 'objections' are:and' .. t
". ..... A RESOLUTION for tho speedy payment of tho of 'ill health: incurred while in the down ,to.the. explodedVdoctrines.of years -' :.

441..'r:!i: three months' extra par to the officers, who noncommissioned have- service by reason of the United States, he is entitled to.the since? 'CNol ,The' Mexican' :War!, .That unjust what" 'the'South' ''has,_ 'gained' by.the co-operation'j > ; FRIENDS OP'lRE .

J.t.....M.'i.".j. p.I:. served in the officers late,musicians war with and Mexico privates, allowed by discharged three months his extra own pay.application' But where on any.gjrounds he has been :
. '' the act of July nineteenth, eighteen hundred and f '. for Palo Alto'and TAYLOR I That that slavery cannotbe determined
. are
: which did not render:him incapable of serving out *. *Hurra' rj- _.v\. ..-u' I* .I r T !" not ;to k ,
I' .It .I!!1 forty-eight& the term of his engagemeut, he is not entitled to : war was* :brought'on by POLK! .-It,ufl'"was POLK'S established:'by our Judiciary in 'California sustaining their nobliafand patriotiunderstand '.:
Resolved by the Senate and House vfRtprtscnta'tire honorable discharge ; 't
" ),p; the benefit of the law, although'an '
.I.'. ; I of tilt United Stales of America in Congress may have been"given to' him. Where a : war!(' 'It was carried on fy:'murderers'and assassins and.'New. ".- Mexico. ..until.- -the. existing" 'laws. abolishing ,-;: _Ihat;(on'Saturoay l&EDieeting q

h.. k0) croWcrf, That the three months' extra pay, proS volunteer officer,. wishing to retire from the service -.i !I 'Hurrah!Tor Old Whitey r J They say it.are :.changedThis'objection is based jn-thu place for the <.
' of the act July the .P. )f1.-
section approved
. ':% Tided by the fifth of the United States has tendered resignation :
,i1., .1 .. nineteenth, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, to of his commission, and it was not accepted'in we've'abandoned our .prin ipl s.. .How can we .upon,either sh ignoranceor misrepresents. zation;and appointed the fO1.1fiiigi .

;>"' the officers, 'nou- ommi gioncd'officers actual musicians the form of a resignation,but ho was discharged, abandon a high'Tariff, when the Loco's want one tion of the Law: .of'Nations.' All,writers unitein Committees in the various precinc i i
. "" And privates, who have been in service in he is not entitled to extra pay. Officers appomted ,.
p! ,: the late war with Mexico, and who have served by the President. leave the service by the tender to pay off a'.debt of 275 millions T1-e..L co's maintaining- that:thelawiof the(conqueror county.:-'. : H

.i:,.1':.c"f.'':(t,_ honorably out the term discharged of their, and engagement to the widows or have or heirs been and acceptance of their from resignations.Executive Those of the have taken,up'our.principles. They give a veto become the, of the conquered unless'stipulations ,Fr'cJack: s ttille--T1i ; Wi 1..i,

.:.<. .. of those who have died, or been killed in the service tates receiving, and appointments received into the service.of. Unitedtat to the President. They were jthe original to ,the .contrary. 'are made ,Jby. treaty; rence RyanJolrn Ivers,. Robert'JiMoonyjmd =Q_;

. .t: shall be paid and settled by the Pay Department es, retire from it by discharge the formerare Federalists! They want a, Bank!'? They are Now in our:treaty with.Mexico" no stipulation John Moony; '
:"t:. ,;; of the army, under such regulations as the not entitled to extra nor can it bo the in- 't.
: 0- 'I; Paymaster General, with the approval of the Secretary tention of the law to allow it to the latter whore opp sed"to'o. Revenue Tariff! Ah: this'unholy whatever. is made for the exclusion. 't, of-,'slavery' ',. ; For Mmu1a* -Chiles,Sommers.

1*.t'* of War, shall establish. they were discharged before the term of their service war!, Down with Free Tr- down: with a' The ,new territory is. there( r under, the 'laws .For! Carey's iTcrTy -Ri brd'DflJct

.lj.: ; Approved, July 29, 1S13. _had expired on their own application. If -hadn't been the'Veto and.constitution: the United St iL t s. The James -
veto I it for Fcgan.
. : mean : t
...,'r4 DEPARTMENT OF STATE, Aug. 5, 1818. 1 am of opinion that, in all cases, where officers, '-
"c, JI I r ; The above is a true copy, as compared with tho non-commissioned officers, privates, &0., were actually we should now have a'Ba- Buena.Vista, I following paragraph from"Vattel blows' Air.STEPHEN'S In accordance,wIth J :the' suggestion.n Jg

.10":.. t4...'c.rt\ original roll. W. S. DERRICK_ ,, A. C. C.PAYMASTER 'tbeseat. mustered of war or into the service place; and assigned while en for route actual to mean! 'Hurrah-for TAYLOR'and Old Whitey!- argument.'sky high. the.following call by the New York Dire.

f Ilr:r,If GENERAL'S OFFICE, seryice, have died or have been discharged in consequence They will, be our next President nn1'Vice u lIthe. conquered towu or province fully.anil : the friends of Irelandln this vicinity fcrftfcl
't'i' of sickness incurred since being received pcrrectly' o sti terl a part_of the domain of a I tned
President I" ,
d 3: .Atfgttd 4, 1848.will tOh, that unholy war upon meeting inJacfcsonTia, '
' into service, the right to extra pay attaches. nation it 'onthe'same footing caftt j
sovereign IPa.sS .
:4t,.;' '4 Under the foregoing Act and Resolution, rolls W. L. MARCY, After a cheer for'Old Whitey, the' candidatefor I ; appointed day, September eth 'for tiptej
tVt.-'.il be prepared, as soon as l'nlctieable, and Paymasters War. mt.fthe power ofthecCn..querori Thenceforward .
"..I Iv 'r,1iJ scut to the several states to I)3Y all Vol- Lient. Cot. U. F. LASXED,Secretary of the Vice Presidency, the meeting adjourned. united with the -new state to which it of fusing. their best.exertidns: 'tofforwarf; fti

:/ rj''L"it; 'tintcers who have been in actual service and were'ftonorably Acting Paymfister General. dinner'! belongs,-if it be a.loser'by the'change,,that is cause' Ireland. They'history..of appwl'' fi

,.4,',tI/I,. 'I f:: discharged, and also the heirs of such a misfortune wnich it whollyimpute to this '
h glorious Union tili
4 For the convenience of claimants aDiiJi j
,-: i'l;1 I .i as may have died. the MR... CABELL AND TUE VETO POWER.In the chance. of war. Thus, if a town. which
l Paymasters will visit the places at which THE NE'WS. proof thai her brave and noble-hearVedfswa_
ft the his address last made part ofa republic or a limited monarchy
.t, Regiments were organized, and, practicable, Saturday our "young [ le1to' . 't places of Company enrolment, of which due notice and talented Representative" claimed that because and enjoyed a right sending deputies the worthy and acquire"ani enjoj lib rThVyappeal .
'. .. will be given by advertisement. JACKSONVILLE. .. SEPTEMBER. ,2, }S4S.NOMIIVATIOIVS. supreme council or the general assembly the .to the past 'history and
-------- -. --,- the Democratic '
: EVIDENCEREQUIRED.. party insisted upon upholding states, be,justly conquered by an'absolute'monarch onditi9n'fJifo .evidences;(Qi
.:-.. I :. Officer of the Veto they were Federalists.Mr. she must never more"think of such
' ; 'The testimony of the Commanding power, privileges under.which'she has bacn
) ,: in his absence that of one of the : they,are what the constitutioa'of the ground* 4vjj
: .i'i ..: Ore Company, or, CABELL knew his audience! Otherwise .,
.bj"'.1; Commissioned Officers thereof, will be required,to.prove new state to which she is annexed docs not for assurances That the day has rriT .
' tho claimant is the individual who served he would neither have attempted to show his -
,1-, that pennit.r" human I and political: rights :shal1nlo '
.l....J 1 t-i in said Company, and that he was honorably ignorance or deceive them.. Gen. TAYLOR, to j
' ,,0f course Mr. STEPHENS and his .deniedliersons.
:t .\ discharged from service; when such evidence cannot coadjutorsin ..
.I IOr. the abolitionists the veto :
, ..:.'I be procured, the testimony of two credible and gratify Whig resigns maintaining this tpctrine| are forced to make Every friend political a frjc&lifIreland.
.-., 'f"t, xttsintcrcstcd persons,to the service and honorable DEMOViLTIC power therefore Mr. CABELL must support him
.:, ,'. i discharge, may be received to establish the claim. the admission that Congress has the'right to. :Let them ail in the good work ilid
}," the three months' extra of deceased in it. Who ever heard the Whigs inveigh. "
r'" ;Iie. % Claims for pay legislate upcn this subject. This is an admission : is now progrcsstng.The ,
.' ii'.!": officers and soldiers, being restricted, first FOR PRESIDEXT OF THE UNITED STATES: against,the veto power until after,TJTLER had :
. abhorrent to the South and one which will of distant island ,
.,.'.- 4to the widow, second to the children, third to tho sons a fought.indbkd
.I lOt I.4 "parents, and fourth to the brothers and sisters, no LEWIS CASS vetoed their infamous Bank Bills.. instantly yield all:our rights! to an accidental with'us{from Bunker Hill .to CuarBbu&jfeii
;; .1 be made but to them and in the order .- -
.*, : payment can OF MICHIGAN. Mr. CABELL knows or ought to know, that the These :
stated. The proof of heirship'will be the depositions majority. Whig Representatives>object ,.Chapultepec.. ,. Theidcscendantamaybjeo. .
.'r."' t'':1.... of two witnesses, taken before a Judge orb FOR VICE PRESIPENT: Federalists, the parents of the.present Whigs to'the Clayton Bill because itithout any legislation honoring" the bench-' the Senate, and.the\jaSof 4'(1.
; Justice of the Peace, who shall certify to their wished to centralize all the General
a .J: is the widow on part.Congress orjheierrilorial governments our land. They have ieverheitIndiJiI
that the
.: claiming SUTLER
t credibility, person WILLIAM 0.
'j..t., Government. But the Whigs of this day.gostill
: ; hild, &c., of the deceased,and that the deceasedleft : the question ,: : other child. When the claimants are the OF further. The of the General Government .
; no : KESTTCKY. powers And where'else :\
'Judiciary. should 'it
".,. J Jc. ,j. parents, that the deceased left no widow or child; I divided the Executive be referred .this be, .made,. u? ::1t.
now :
" ''i-. and where the brother or sister claims, that the are among I ? Congress has no.,'right to define theConstitutiou. The approaching:.anniversary < ft tk

..'.'.\'. ,' deceased left none of the before named heirs, and FOB GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA: Congress and the Judiciary. From the.Executive -: .. This is_ left to the Judiciary. day of LA FAYKTTK shall,, be 4cToted.'t.g,
brother and sister and that the claimants
"no other ;
48 i iI -
would the
take Veto
4.o ,I IIt :r,. are or Are not of lawful age, as the case may be; GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. they upon Congress, Congress i has no Bright 2 whatever to make any; cause ofIrish Independence! :' .,"
*::-. the deponents shall further make oath that they and from the Judiciary they would take the' the '
provision with regard to admission or exclusion" -
:. The following is;-.
The official character the _
;l! ; Are disinterested. to decide the : 'J\
opportunity slavery !
.,.t., '"-J" officer, before whom tho deposition is made,should FOR CONGRESS: upon question .of slavery In the territories and. this ,: ONBDAY'FO1L1RELANIL. lJ.

..; .."..'J I I I1. # be properly attested. WILLIAM P. DUVAL. against the opinion of Congressional Aboli. was the position taken 'by Mr. CLAVTOS'S:bilL The Directors of New Yorkrequestihefq
-{.., Where minors inherit, whether children or tionists. Who the Federalists .
:: are Ireland in each VfarJ of the Cities TOVB
,4.0.... "brothers nnd sisters, they must be represented by This is objected to by Southern Whigs, und instantly .: ,
..... ..';: jgnardians, whose appointments, as such, must be the door is throw the Wilmot and.Villages of the United SLates, tqusmbfo
.' : THE WHIG PLATFORM. opeil'for ; the birth day pf La .
$ .. *duly authenticated. Where there are several FOR PRESIDENTIAL: ELECTORS: on Favctte. ( icpL1&h.Jk

', }i r.._. adult heirs, they should unite in a power of attorney i i GEO. R. FAIRBANKS of St. Johns. It w&s universally acknowledged that.;Mr., Proviso. order to give a day for Irclaal ,ItproduCe

.i 1:1 ; .. ,JLS the payment can most conveniently be CAn ELL"did not meet" issue between So then, what have we gained: by thrcourse; this'united action,some friend ijf.Bgfc
fairly '
e a single!
' ";..I made to one perron. CHARLES H. DUPONT, of Gadd n. :of these traitors. saddled I section'should. fix a place Jot'meeting,ited
;:. : t Powers attorney must, in all cases,have been the two parties of the day. 116 misrepresented 'Theybave upoi us the organization and announce the r &-
i.. r I. +l1xecuted subsequently to the 19th of July, 18-18, JOHN MILTON, of Jackson County. and them all. his -an,Oregon ,bill with the' Wilmot IJrovisoJ, the ,
dodged -Among out deiay to Directory.' '
& '
::: and should that they are granted for the .
'ID' ';".,',.A.r. purpose of receiving tho time months' atm pay, CANDIDATE3. assertions we notice the following.Humbtig plicitly excluding slavery, ((1)) in place of a"bili ROBERT EM1IET,- ri1l.
': \ Authorized by tho act of Congress of that date.- No. 1.-<: We have a war lobt of which left the question to bereferred to the 0 ,
We the of this
Such will authorize claimants to receive congratulate Democracy coun- : 1.-
'O.t'J. ". powers any [fCOllUl'Uc.\TED
; ..;.'.L pay by their attornies, but in all cases they ty upon the happy result of their Convention same two h hundred millions," says Mr. CABELL.and I Judiciary. They have admitted that Congress : : LETTER.. J-, .
tII ',.0 must be accompanied with the evidence of service held .last.. nominated Messrs. ';. Democrats will,have to raise 'their has the rig''Iegi 1ate upon this question, ;
on Saturday They titter
'I li
And honorable discharge. and by their reachery will forever exclude We call upon.Mr.CABKLLto pubfish
I.III Thri ,
. 190. No payment of extra )ay to volunteers can be DAVID L. PALMER and JOSEPH FIXNEGAN our
,}?;; made at this place, until the Paymaster shall hare I candidates for the unanimous Mr. CABELL forgot that at 'the hishest esti- slavery from New Mexico and California. Na ,purporting to be"a denial byMr.r1LL
:!,...)." left the State in which the claimant resides, and Legislature by an Congress will bill or')tr. MCALUSTERS 'statements in rega It
mate thd bt amounts to but CO millions. 'thatby" ever pass a admitting slavery "
-t. .t:;. bare made his returns to this office, the rolls being vote Against these gentlemen malice or party "I z -
r I expressions ,which Mr.M; ,allege*were
. I,. in the hands of the Paymaster. the Revenue tariff of 46 the Revenue has in these new territories. : ,
...:; hatred cannot have a word to The Whigs ;
. say. 1 t )
I MILLARD FILLMORE anc icft satisfied)
r These traitors convicted .1I' _
REGULAR SOLDIERS. are on side. ,
. ;, ; have been chuckling at what they called ourdisa.greements. increased 20 per cent; and we shall not need to I every
'," "."1 f All soldiers of tho regular Army who come I Their puerile arguments are neither borne out that MILLAR FILLHORE an Abolitionist\
to for Protection -
apply Let
.; They will now find that no Whigs j
the act and
within the provisions of foregoing fo.'t1 r1J m
'h Why confine
.; the matter
: by reason facts or results. They.pretended .
;-t who have been honorably discharged Surgeon'scertificate division based upon personal feeling can ever father their own sins. I i -
...:.. '! : or by expiration of service, will make ,the of Humbug No. 2.-Mr. CABELL exhibited two I that-they voted against the.bill to obtain something places where:Mr. b l'Y..bappente liJ1

j,....""4 f-!. their application for the three'montha' extrapay, move Democracy Duval from their duty. lives of CASS he I better. Theyhave succeeded iu public .speeches. .Mrl McA1llitet'a !, ..
to the gettingus _
;/"!.- I ; to the I a1llnstcrGcucrolat Washington. Their ,The Convention has nominated men-who can, adapted as says, one .
'i".J.",.4 application will, in every instance, be accompanied with exertion South and one to the North.) ',The Publishers tho Wilmot Proviso. :0 have gone fkr and wide Mr.YIUEiGW8dI

,.'; t,;.. by the following oath of identity, And their proper wipe away Whiggeryfor But such it isy should have :the same'fsnbliI'
\J. witnessed to tho have certified that these were sold and distributed they can still:nsole themselves.. :If tic ,
receipt annexed from its last
:.. 1 signature properly ever ,hiding place in East Flor '
, ', i; to wit: ida. .' indiscriminately,toN #Iiern_and Southern they have inspired disgust and abhorrence in By 'suppressing 'th 'pubUca" "yo '*(

t. of members. A I the South they have. : acquired the sympathies Fillmore'injury,. .

; On this day County of ,of in the year one thousand u i OUR JUGGLER Has our young and talented Representative 'of the North. Where'they have lost Southrons And perhapV too the letter' "'inay bear!Ii\U.

eight hundred and personally appeared ,The Whig.candidate-for Congress, Mr. E..C. forgotten his two pamphlets upon the WJSTHROJ 'they %ye,.gained abolitionists. The Northern comment;:fit,criticisnL, :Coie. Ii1,'gt

LN1 Peace before for the me,county the undersigned and above Justice mentioned of the CABELL_dcliye tl an address ,in 'this place on vote! '- .-, Whigs applaud ,thent ;Tho abolition press applauds ,thespublic.> and let.'them'r '" judge,*of* '-its eri
r""; J who being duly sworn according .Saturday last.Vc have twice before on'similar Humbvg No.. 3.Mr.. "."Cabell's tcll'hi1t.those.. their sacrifice-of sectional prejudice f You may have your:views"in relation l i--
:_, .1I-r ,. to law, declares who was that a he is the-In identical the occasions.listened to" the argumentative eloquence who most distinguished themselves. ,in.*,the The Pittsburg Commercial Journal (TAYLOR others may ashon stlydiffer .thyiL:

';it ,. commanded by Captain company in the of our young and,talented Representative Mexican'(war were Whigs ICthose.who'cbim and FILLMORE... ),'thus, 'salves their wounded feel-' gard1 to its !construcUpn:. 'We hai,& .I
-= > ,
'I:.:, regiment that he enlisted on\ho commanded day by : ," but we 'must acknowledge that as he I :that this was'an unjust; and unholy war see a.nyi i ings.; ExnIt .Mr.. STEPHENS! Exult, Mr.CA- .our. 'own, senses. !So, 'C oui with that }'.' -

p. of for the term, of and was discharged grows 1 .in years he grows in experience,-he merit in its being"tsuccessfully' accomplished, BELL I You, have, .still. .. .friends. at-the North show : r.
Ll*:\.- : .., at of on tho day of out.did hims 1f. they should read sCoLWynkop's Bpeechjf.andsee -* 'WUOKfl.LZD 'THE 'CoiipRoansK V'-This is "'P ,.(. _. c--.J ,,I.
by reason
: .Sworn and subscribed before me the day and The hero of the Circular,letter which promised -. .how the Whig:.volunteers liked,being' I- .the heading of.the leading:article in"the .Washington Mr.NewsYourneijhbor: 'thor.' '
> ,
Union'otatuiday m ng., ,'Theye ; i .r
above written. corned
star thing to valiant bloody"bands and
J. P. every- ,every body,-the "" hospitable" ,.r-.1blcieditor: is,"by :turns furious .and'tearful Editor, is Awagothe'vCyfirseL'ioL3 !

: .; f } to wit: .' .defender of those Southern Whigs who' voted : graves.."; ; ? over the immolation: of:the' declaiming .fOllOW,.and amiable and 1f

countv for WiNTiiKor, and scapeg6at. of the 'lashes Humbug N 4.-Our/Eepresentative, &C- in' fierce'invectives: :.against.,the'authors of withal!. But Ineyersawreal, d4
r ffl I hereby certify that Esq., before which said the Democrats would no longer uphold the .t catastrophe-now .wailing the : --.t.\
they wished not to fall their .e. : consequences ,
J whom the foregoing affidavit was made,'and upon backs kindlhearted".renoir. in' my lift, .t14
,f. .t'4I'.!':1 who has thereunto subscribed his name, was, at -the' immortal publisher of' two Independent Treasury. This is news! Are..weto :which he assures us are to foilowjromthis. 're,
...t..hi":t A, the time of so doing, a Justice of the Peace in and pamphlets. have another Dank.. Instead of"'Treasurynotes suIt in the-noase.. troubled.with a bad memory,and ya
,.,.a.ii.":'.:'. for the county aforesaid, duly commissioned and adapted to different latitudes of our Union, exhibited The Union's"wrath is principally poured out of course, forms DO exception to th 1l s

f\ r.i.o', woni.. Ihe.advantages which zesultJrom a residence which he so much abhors,are we to have on the heads .of.the. Southern vhigs-eight trait eoastitatea pirt ofthc cjjgjjfof
.\ :(1r In testimony whereof I have hereunto bank notes loanedout to the
.. in capitalists upon the members-who voted for laying bill oa the
... set my hand and affixed tho alt Washington and a continued inter- these oo1 fellows. If they,bj an 1 1
of the Public table and the whig generally.for
.; *4 of office Clerk of with security money ? against party
.4' :SEAL.] my as the course 10th rate professional politicians. to an aaUnd Wa&hicJafljIf1
"4 .' tr :. court of said county this day Ilmbg AV 5.-Mr. Cabell endeavored its agency-in this woeful business.. happen say
: lIe advocated .
110, ". of 1WS. the claims of the Whig party, The denunciation of the whip for their conduct rare-or If Uxey write a nxugaty pnlk
1--i", cl to have received and in the best that get over, his Winthrop,vote and quarrel with 'this will ttrcngthca them bathe '
I do hereby acknowledge way they can be advocated. oa question they M hardly da,.with a pai.
i1 I ill' \ Paymaster U. S. Army this day of flu nobly and his Northern Whig friends by. shirking the 'North ought not to .weaken .them In tie
1 ::1 184 the nun of dollar ia full of generously appealed to the ignorance he docs South and will command the iacrasfelYespecl dip pcU ia Hh milk of humin k1n _
question lie says not believe there is ,
:r..' ib. .bor account. and prejudices of his hearers. Uo It -
.t .enu.f&ptured such tho Palmetto of ,the world. :Never.have. wo. thought .tie. & flY ILS'iII, .J- '

LIT.1f I 1\, Theevi\Vitneuefflory.ble ,Itk ,
; _!, & us* we Infoius!'\((( tw'.Da bier attitude than when It has pkced iu '
.I( Will be the wa M required of voluntron.. !$ :' ;5 wu aadeiBlattif &(. now fx-oplejViUi bttlcr mcaaorics,1bou ,
rl'4"1 t, J&tii VI iseaarge rnimn Tegular Army which thuefure''garo him tho credit of if there'"u DOt *o do: not see how ,it would foot upoa:the neck slavery eitenslon.Not .

"%,; 'hereafter, the three months' extra pay will be paid, profundity. help_Mr. Cabell. It merely ,copied from the OBI Northern whig ,voted for tae cwapromUa them of Ua-uninteaUosal transsIo t
t a. to the oilier on hU final Mttlcmrnt; provided It hit political kaleidoscoDofrum bill ia the House edlately rl *d "not guiUy dcJ d1

t I I'. shill appear nj-'n hi* certificate, that IM baa |*rfuiuiv4tociu side to eiJc and his bits of colored glass Boston Alba-a Taylor, Whit end \nbthropr Every \onhon'oto which tae ISM obtAined that thq said cr *4 any tw.r'

1 I I'.!I beta honorably! fcrrjr dLwharred.rf' In he war. with Mexico,,andluu wore tuc pHKirauce to his! enraptured auJicnceof Dow Mr..Cabd!deny there :fa such a la the House, WM from the Pa&eaatle j ny.Every Und, Md CUT C12Ub4. prwn._ ,

I IlKsl F. LAllNED. eorgeous IUIUat mu and lUt paper, or that he did not print two editions of Southern democrat lathe House veteulUam ,
to0aaIe4 boWs u Ia 'e1rJitf'
$ Acting 1''fIII' timrraf. tier tho Caprotnis5.li11sM
pflwj4ilc4 tail .. IUTO etwf, 'Wut
t Jf01'fctl* end struck daub all UhoUera. Was then e.q .a.'t,. ftt".ru l.ttJl a4 If..181. ,44s "Yw.," .J : iiesrtarki 'c
1 1. '. \V. ?J. )ITA1CYkivrtaiy ,'.n. CTr <%o youagand talented*R T ?cnt4Ura JtNfci'M .thhMao4ortI. .'. ..4 ......_.' .>.L.o".. .... .'_ l.ll1r-.rl1fl 4to l.sp jtjrt,I uIJ JMLL att1att VIcIly"

I ifI ,IU'i.'v f.v I 41'f :. 1tt'J1fSIJ: 'Iii jvits wm 1'et.A44i".t
80UTIIEBN WIl ILl lad et" r.
I 1j lbs t4lfrg letter from the Secretary ef .r. 5' 1ttl'UElE.-lf.\TIVES ,L efibs

,It.. hu fllJaftruUOD vf tU law aboT, .. ..l1jJ.Jr..f h'i 'Qf'lilt erIe.bri'4 AND TUB OUKGUX KILL ., .f 1M.1* .

wt !, with tbla f ft'pbla .1atHf'A" ; cIJrve an4 hue *t catut,rmU tW.
&talu t1 5i IL "ivs.tcibl .
!rn "
W..btcJ"fliIIUtlP'ub1.. app1W ;
I., It* _.kat. .all elalJU ., ra. t' :

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r : tlr leekl. .Jam", cr gettingIj tl. Jln -t and Interest of the count.. The tote on the ml-e Hi "ssiuprslels" OSJT* .'1'. dte a. .... '
-.n fcsrd nimes he oaly cracks hi* 4. ..Ri&lrvt That we will use all honorable bill la the Louse or rtpresfulalift, M ww of .4 YkhI A.-A.-.-lflnitltt r ( AWmttftofi .. m..I' _" "
pi wtliejc flInN, M wnwethe elect Ion of the nominees oft the most chewing Ittiat ever bw. cmr.let Atti .h"'lM U It A. .. rtll4 4"
:. II *tae,hsat li iea oct of bis Jacket P t h.!. on sate Imoerstla OunTcntlon.Tbe re urJ : and the result k jw *H>tef, for byo 4 *. s, or tt. lit mms;

- Ju'I lJ'01o "* Ae Hiro 'MO tlons" pained \.4Iowng resolutions o aatlcipatiofis} for ..aolo eoofcea .wu MM I' r.ufJli .Wesse. 'AUaVITI1. c. ,. 111
"festival were, on motion dictate of the slave power obf ted in Cotwrf ' .. .
1fer 8t Aup.tlnt Hocopoco t'i.cttre: C..IIUlJfIO"tIt
IlIiIt. .Iki creat a fth. t..1, ailoptcd, tit ; V that we pratly feared iit .eetIeacy in IU recent fa I. ; PMN t. G.. TNcbaatln., SCP.w! I 1111. M
"Marion' that
1I'TI.- lie says: ,orgoa it Kiit*')+f. hat the harmony and unanimity CDDOict. 4' Iaernafteul Law sat tM r. ot V- rJ'

. i&neFCDCidl party and OD the 4th July." of ttin i mtvmion pivp ramot of the succensof But we eonntder the vote-.d Us lntMefttieai, V 1'rW1 a.w WeWfI', LAN* SALK.WILL .

. "Mtrion" M forget all this, and he for- lire "fronivrttiepnrty in tho counties of liill- as discovered by analysing the state of fee forties U Iatv4. Oi KfpttDliCf Hoary CldjT I UK OFFERED, al tit*!** to ft*?.'

2Q 1'c1, ,ncn on these occasions are exJj btTf.u,, 1U nton and l,,,. on the question.-tui particularly gratify lag, ",on Tnctdty, t a let* day *f .
,} that gttl Jl""' it, ThAt the thank of this Convention because It disproves the'asseriions of some of Autir" -'? PrffrmAboal 10 or 12 October neat, the following tracts of ba4,tfer**
: ed for getting a little how come you so," are < '

.Ld tegitnot to beheld to a very strict uDt.i and A>'> conduct as Prmiilent of the Conen- proved itself recreant to every principle of faaaiifiiiei! began to low from various quarters SectLon23Townab1MJ SuthoflLane ItIh.

Ihor tajiogs and d But tho naivete ., th". OIK) to the Secretary for his prompt and t tl'eC'tlom-n dispel* the fears of those'who in &o northern States. Who baa cot he ml of V ibLWeatetii2bf1te19 ngt,. .,l .. _.- ,.....
i0.ti.._ i i, tf __ "'_ _. ..,._ .1 '. .. .. I fgItLn.ti U'k nrt. J. ujy' .j fc fiJ ee&j& i!.S> 11'-4a4ij '&biRvetj 1ftQ' I ;-"
'.' & .".-. .-Lik auu..lI"ti- : ii Mia' Il trert Ti/t.' the pnVf.liu' of this" Con. $er4 ioNit1oiIoIgh% haietod sight hs JOalO lJ. otur of tho queerest notloRS fa social anO-. the'West half and Bouth-East quarts ?f*

sr..Ja. I f tIJtI\" pcmocrfttie electors' are a more I vcntiuu be nuUhcd] in the Jackhonville News. sum of the great question on which its action titled science, M well M la kitchen affairs,that Section 23, Township 13 & Itaoge 19 K :4

. iwt1lo t bAll the whole Hodopocus party of On motion tfct Convention adjourned.UlflDOX has been generally correct and consistent. Wo developed down East Mr. Bris I The East half olonh1UJr1et.,awl fcol'
' at "grand festival assembled I see by the vote, that NOT A' SINGLE WHIG bane a few years ago,also introduced Fourier* i half of South-Eoit quarter of Section 3&Veim1ahlpl38bfRangolOE
8L Aupstine I UPtOWN, Cualnuan. states has ifin Iron, Franco there. -A few ,
from the free been recreant to duty; years ago, foG I <* .
, pe'. tjt lie is honest and frank, as well UK 1' G. WAU, Secretary. thnt, while northern diwwTAts have voted for agrarianism or a general division of property,. The North-East quarter and Ew4, Iwif, .,ofv
tIT"W Hod-hearted and humorous. It's an old fttory : -- slavery, northern whig have opposed it. earnestly wa made the object of A political organisation i South'East quarlcr.of Bectloa,35.Towasto. 13k ii

jut it takes nine. tailors to make a man, but, in CASS AND lIUTLE ;:IN SOUTH CAROLINA. unitedly, effectually : and that, In the in ibis city, and founders. actually tent oat I ,of Rango 19 E.v v : ;E*"

' DcigL bor' estimation, it takes one bunditJ I On the 2 tat iint. a meeting of the Democracy tare states, all the votes for laying the compromise member to the legislature AnU.woDJ'11 ''..\.. L&r-ltottht ,'4ut --if

,IW.rj. J'O'f of C'harlfstmi) District was held for the purpose bill on the table were \vinas. Are not sprung up in the western' part of this State, I Section 3Tonsblp'I3! 8, of lUngo 19 Lit's ?
St. Augustine llocopocos to match :ercai those cheering Indication that the Whigs have and raged without any let or, hindrance for I V ,The North half 'Fractional .Scctloa'
.., Democratic electors/" orgnnirlng against TATUJB and Whig- not deserted nil their principles t several years, until it elevated Thnrlow ee Township 12 S -of Rang*31 E. r.., oi'.

Your humble servant. MARION. gery. A lengthy preamble and several resolutions Let our democratic opponents say what they by its. surges, to be the State .barber of Ke ,.- Th t F.ficti9kt Jclt,' V':'hif .

were ivduptc-i Their tome may be conceived may uoM the wont tconteney.4tbose wfcjg York, AbeUilbslKs, e=1r.s 1: l1sm Fouricrism West quarter of the South Writ quarter of 8ed-J ,

D.! DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION IN DU VAL from the fullfjviug: members nf congress"who claim to net consistently anti-masonry, clJlsmJ and .h other tlon2OTo".uhlp.128otlWare21B. .::':... I
& COUNTY. and conscientiously when they support sorts of isms, hare sprung up in single shoots Lots 8&,l 1 5., of Section 0, Township 13 t\:
2. Resolved That the I
'. great question of equal General Taylor, it cnnnot be denied that their I during the last few years, but now an attempthas Range 24 E : .' :
LJ On Saturday, August 26th, the Delegates rights under the Constitution, of the Hlavchold- Totes their acts,arc nnti..s1nnry-nnd by their been made to unite all those Yarious shoots The West half: of the South' West ,qnsrth'of

ifrom the several prcciuts of Duval County assembled ing unJ non blnveholding: States, is now, as ever acts are men generally judged. We hare before into one immense movement, by the'vast magical Section 10, Township 13 SC 6f Rahgo 2-1 E. **.

J de- at Jacksonville in Convention for the considered by us par.imount to nil other issues us the irrcfragible proof that the whig skill of Mr. Van Buren, of Kinderhook.. Lots.11 and 12.. ofSectiou 27.,,TownshIp IjS''
but wo recognise no stronger claims to is What a strange,position for that statesman to f M.E.V V I
lUte suitable party )' anti-slavery party; and wo have Range / "V.-. ,.
of selecting the confidence in this :
as V
our in
" purpose persons particular, tho Whig ut the sumo time evidence equally strong, that occupy at this particular time The wildness, The South'Easl quarter of Section 32 Town ;

Candidates of the Democratic party of Duval nominee, either from his own expressed opinions the democratic party, on the subject of slavery, the insanity, the folly, the.nonsense, and simplicity ship 13 8,.of Range_24 E., -. .-'*J i

:;th. County for the office of Representative in the other or causethan the associations iu his Democratic of party, or from any is with tho slave partyat the south, and against of all th eccentric and extraordinary lots 8;'13,'and 14,'9tfectio.l 33.',township iiSiofRange24E. i
} General Assembly. opponent. the whigs of the free states. Could* we wish doctrines, are now brought together,under one ; '
t next 3. Ji omThat, the late developments at for plainer evidence, that in giving adherenceto tent in'Buffalo ; and Mr. Van Buren has undertaken ,The. West half of V Section' '34 .. T6wn3hip, : J'
dare The Convention was organized the appointment Washington, and more particularly the incorporation the task to unite them -- ? > ', ,
the nominations of the whig national convention in one great and Oai23fl.wy _, :..:,"- 'or 1
of A. G. PHILLIPS, Esq., as of the Ordinance of 17&7 into the bill the northern whig membets of congress wonderful movementf'for V the purpose_0%preserving V 'TERMSi" ,I,"./c.IF"'t L J

arel. and P.FRASER, Esq., as Secretary. for Wilniot the Proviso government far of Oregon that by which the have been guided by principle, and acted as the freedom of the negro in California' .y.i.V These"1a1s'il1'bput: .ipit i ''--L minmui4: ; J I

f\ Mr."Coy of Black Creek nominated DAVID L. as Territory is concerned I they have, with the principles of freedom as ahdNewMexico }Veli, let us see:h6w. theywlll price:of 61V:-25 acre,.
has become the law of the land, with aCQrnp1h th&.t 1. J.r per :Purchasers required .4 :
their main concern? ., .rrfll
PiLMER and JOSEPH FINNKGAN as the Democratic thc formal rejection of the principles of the: These facts present a consideration 't these" .- : oJ to pay oae*half" cash. ,i and" *the" otktf' :"Half intweivVmonthaJ .

candidates to represent the County in the Missouri Compromise by both Houses of Con who that Easily Pleased.-Messrs...rBemen.,',Tqombaf L' V ,.- .- -' y WJ;
anti-slavery men there is difference ,
say no .
heft convince us that'upon this vital ",..- JOHN, BE4SRD,, Exeuto .:> i'
gress, question and .voted the +
next General Assembly.fhc between the whig and the democratic_ King! Jone for, : Senates Comprjotnise : : '4 : ';I1nYStJ.EE e i'
tb we can put no trust in Presidents or party. In : Bill on the Slavery question and the Georgia < ( 1
roll Delegates being called, said nomination this matter the South must rely on herself alone, may parties as,well on the vote subject for. Cass of slavery as for,,Taylor.and that It one is :Whig'press ixaTeno,fault to fincUwitlrthem -{'V' (\ .(. 9f the Will o !ohn DrydaJ )

: was unanimously adopted, and theChairman and we_design that no party connections shall : very clear. thatthere; is a difference and a for : ol ng'i80.;: ;A Hamilton;Stephens" -v ted August N.13.11o 2Gthr18-lS.Fldrida.Heraldwill : / ', ';'1."t:

1J announced that Messrs.D. L. PalmerMil ever interfere with our prompt co-operation in marked one, between the two parties and no: 'against.-it, and'tliey:'say: he is. eutitlcdtogratitude .the ; IJie and orgus
; above
h such measures of defence as may be adopted by of Southern men for so doingir.R pleas&pubiih till the day of sale: I
candid manwill ally.'this 'V
that it is
Joseph Finnegan were the unanimous say aswefl to vote andjiendiheir'accouhts .' .
our Southern brethren. to ,__ ,_:, ,;
is curious '
: i a ,time in Bernen ind "
V with one as with the! .other.. ,Aside from the w "
: h ;
- choice of the Convention. 5. JlesoJvedj Thatthe Democracy of Charleston : i'oombs..ami Jones'andKingand StephensT BEARD, \\t tiJ
,led position of,the.two candidates of these parties are .
; On motion, a Committee of Vigilance, compo- District cannot hesitate between the candidates on the great question, it IS, ,to 'say ,the'least, all true r representatives Tay riSni: ,The'fourformerlvbted ':0Oit"SAL: ; ;: :' t : ,
1, of the Democratic and Whig parties of the forth! Compromise.and the latter V : : ; ,' oPfr.rawn
.m or the following named persons, was appointed very.piobable, that, in the words 'of a recent : THAT1 'DESffiADLE/TRACT
IthiIV in the several United States for President and V President,- writer on the subject "the triumph of the whig against, yet Georgia. .Whigshave no' fault the East*-side of the RiTer St?Jdhni,
precincts, to attend the and for the. .rcasqns assigned in the foregoing to find with So ., : aboui :
; party, with its FREE SOlb PRESTIGE ; wouldbemore either/ Georgia Whigjgery jor six ,xnilf:berowtEecity; >f Jacksonville,
jolis on the days of election: Preamble and It Resolutions will support LEWIS likely to summon true men,enough to lock rather.Tajlor',W,higgery may be.quoted hereafter 'conUinjngtTrenty-t.wo22); ):'acresTifiore WIess,

5'ot For Jacksi1nr /.-John'M-Pons, A. B. Hazsiird CASS and WILLIAM BUTLER (as the can. the wheels of pro-slavery action, than .the same on either, sIde. Very'convenient. ,'.'truly.. -;: bthid dJ !'(oJl 11s; 'pJtlieit: Q taEE&

ft S. D. Fernandez, F. Livingston, John L didates have of our been party)lor the offices to which result would be likely to occur under the party Macon_ \Telegrap,1: 5th, 'lit.;;, ". Park"-'or;I'DrnilcJi st ri' 'Tractf;;on" :uiit.Eastby #

Holmes Holmes Thos. Ledwith they respectively nominated. who claim Texas as an 'extension of the area of ; j t "Pttbliff.IIands, on"the South b1 landsof.WiIliam V
freedom.1 .4 [Na:,11.] I I Baitor1r'n don theOYesfby the St" '.
rtL'thlt COL.BENTON. From the V
Oinova and Oliver Wood. following '
paragraph Can anti-slavery men "long hesitate"which of Wistar' .Balsam ,at.lldinc. Eiver. Qtt the place'tfieberis good-Dwelling! ,
St. Joints Bar.-Georgo C. Acosta,' and Lawrence in the' Charleston Mercury it would seem that, the two to choose" when the parties thus'show 1 BOSTON, April 14; 1846. i iMr : withpiazzas" ,aiiihdai1_ ; ( thernecessary -

Ryan. V CoL; BENTON'S gasconade in the Senate was only their pdsition op the slavery question 1 Can a B.V; .w1e, 1 ;- out buildingV, in good orUeri-7'Its .bednliful -

Carey's Ferry.-A. Lucas B. a bit of facetiousness on his part and that whenhe candid anti-slavery man, Who is V healthy'situatibn'andcontiguity to'the .
Coy, George Dear Sir:-I.,have been' induced t the. :suggcstion -! '
I make-his vote count for freedom, refuse to''ac Isitypand; being entirely protectect frpDfTiioNor'tzinds"rciiders'it I
2 'Frisbee, M. E. Hyauis, Wm. Sedgewick, and L said he would fight "to the funeral," he had I knowledge that there is a difference in the parties of many of jny ,friends, to.make known, : almost"durable %

DIi Richard Dillon. .I no reference,to his own interment. and a very desirable'choice betwcen'them? to the public through you,'..the'great .,benefijI rtsidenco'tfor person ihtepding''wTspend ttHe

Clay Hill.-Moses Prescott, D. C. !>l.cscOtt p "The telegraphic despatch in regard to the Can it be said, with truth, that the whig party have derived from the use of the medicine called winter'months V in i 'tms cliMte|, -, :)V".ro*'

bleJA and E. Carter. difficult-y between this Senator and Judge Butler have been recreant to every principle they have 'WIST AILS BALSAM -WILD: ; For terms/please' ; apply"al theplicevtbrihoowner .
of ,-
: CHERRY thereof.A M. KINGSLEr 4
Toth. led us, and most probably our readers to professed? ; ,'ot6
: Cedar Creek.-J. P. Belknap, Wm. Eubank, the conclusion that the affair had been adjusted We see that the free soil question is yet safe in the hope"that others. suffering. from lung ':' r -:' : <, .K.''B, GIBBS,. 'Att'yatFpVt .-%',77'

John Bro ward, Jr." John Worley, and Allen which, of course, implied.that Col. Benton in the popular house of congress; and the free i complaints may findthe' same relief(;;by'its. use -. : V ., _' :': ;.George- ... IslandJacksonville .
Gieger. had made,the amende for his ruffia.nlikeattack states should now "look"to their representative}." tha't have'done. n "V Aug.26f lS48 4tl' _
3 .
in the Senate. The matter is ended in When they come to choose a delegate to Congress ,' -- / -. '
JUtfflrArrirt. -Charles Dibble, G. A.Petty J.E. conse.qucncc The latter part{of" last j summer and in the .,' ..IlY'Rf
; should the
of Col. Ben ton's failure to they see danger in ,
reply Judge
JI Summerall, Thomas Gardiner, Frederick Hart; Butler's invitation to 'a meeting, though notified the party. Can' there be a doubt that the interests : fall, I suffered gr a 11lroDs; Te.r ;: ug "-'i.t 1'J.Pl'LIOATI)1i G : il1..beTm of Florida de 'to:fth next .
General 'Assembly for
fII'fJ ley. Josiah Hiigiiu, and Daniel Saunders. I on the third day; that unless some answer was of"free soil'/ are safe.with the whig par? : pain thesidedifficulty; .breathing, loss, of of inc rporatioito authorize companyjto;an act
construct -
Resolved 'That given before 5 o'clock that evening he wouldbe ty? It is the duty fant.i-B1avefywhigs then fa
proceedings of this ConTention appetite,Jand other symptoms which indicated a Rail Rood from,Cedar Keys,",or/some

II't .L ews." be published iu the Jacksonville- "considered 80 much for as having Col. Bent declined n's anxiety l the meeting.for "in stood we believe firm, to for remain"free men with and a party free which soil,'? and has .' a rapid' decliiie 1 :Three ,of the most learned and eligible point, n-.the;(7 yi ? /r:tothe; :St., :Ma 5 '
? some
which is still true to .medical,.,practitioners : rtslve!,pr $ eligible point on Ihe iwticcoast -
1& Ilio Convention then adjourned sine die. demnilyP' '. its high principles and its intelligent pronounced. or the St.'John's River., *'.,"."-. ,Ci.Administrator's
& In relation this matter the Baltimore Sun high trusts. It is a inquirewhetier my case consumption,and stated to me.that nthing'b : _
A. G. PHILLIPS, Chairman. anything can .be'gained by dissensions and divisions :-Apgust,26:184a', .' ___ ni .:;h
t PHILIP FRASER Secretary. says: in the whig ranks when.they.but: tend- .i t'.-,.change"-' ;of'' climate- -. could-be of.'the. ,.,:i Administrator's. .' _> or' fioticie.SIX'WEEKS .. ,:', ,I If

"It is said that Lieut. Col. Fremont will take to strengthen our opponents, who have proved least possible me;as my lungs'were in ': 'afteir daf e/'lihall/ 'apply to the V V

{ DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION IN HILLS upon himself the chalkngc of Mr. Butler to his themselves unfaithful to the interests of freed very inflamed and,diseased, state.. "AtV: this Probates'Jbr,Columbia,'County,
fath er-in-law, Mr. Benton. -while a gentleman om. Let us be sure at such a time as the fot, .ttenroAdmlnJstra; the. '
tne.. BOROUGH BENTON AND LEVY COUN present time; in hopes that might. find a. lO11 'OD. ;Estate of. .4.4V
I from the South declares for the South Carolina ,.that our votes shall not only benot'throw 1 P. '' __ bottle of the Bal-thefformycough'I Milton'W. JIansoni late.said oiuniyf deceased;-
rf'tl. TIES. V Senator.% away, but that they shall be given in aid of.the -- bought :': -. : .- ,?JOHf .DAVIDSQ&rEstate :

A Convention of Delegates from the counties great principles freedom. Let every antislavery sam;which not i1yaie me the r li efthatniy:, :, mgat9r/ :26, 1S4 '._ '5w3U .
V IMPORTANT FKOM IRELAND. whig remember that, the contest which is fuiUngstrengthtrequired .butseemed 7 ..
-of Hillsborough, Benton and Levy was held togive.melvbTT '
Notice.SJXlVBEKS1after.dateishaJl f;
The steamer Cambiia the be decided in favor '
brings us important now shakingthe republic may : .
'life and c\, i
According to notice the first energy. 4fAfter -
previous on Monday \ J
; apytjJiS
of truth and freedom -
vote that
by hissingl
intelligence of.the commencement, of the insurrection "* '"
ftii .
Jr. in August at Chocochattee, in the county he cannot withhold that"vote without becoming : taking several bottles medicine, .. !jCopa t '

. .Benton for the purpose of nominating a suitable in Ireland., V responsible for ,the,evil which may result from my appetite returned, ,and with'it my:strenglhIfmy f :Richard for.- s.of;Adminjatratioif Sgn) thVeatater.or
A conflict took place at Ballingarry between' his We ihewordsof ; .Pglie,late bf said untii'd e ,
tie candidate for the Senator from peglect. regard as 'cold ;entirely left\me, as also; the;night '
office.of ;
the Irish under Smith ., -,: .* .{fJOIWDAVW; S. N
O'Brien, and the,combined appropriate to,the present cfisisf-however! theymay v. .Y ; .
the IStU Senatorial district. sweats, whlchjw"previous.totiiis had been teryprofusft.i AlligntorfAug.,26,384& .. ,6W:1t
, force of the und ridiculed. by' bur eii--"Iii the V :
military .police wherein pp'n --
: .
:tI.- The Convcntion'wna dark and thatis :,. iiifiye'week' 'time/'Ifgained eight ,n r -. .,.' 'V
organized by the election t is stated 12 of the Irish killed. Mr. troubled night ; upon us/I see ; r,NOT'I6"nCYI.t. t..i pz3 :l. :
; -
Ddt of Col. Kigdon Brown of Ilillsborough as were no star above the ,horizonpromising"iight', to' pounds. ,of flesh,'! .have:,been'able ever eincy : :jIEREBYGlYENta rS ]ite J'
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i rcsideut and P. G. Wall of BentonasSccredajy. O'Brien has'escaped. V guid us, ,but tke; intelligent! patriotic. united toe'inT athtdexercisea1walk'.i ; v** of from L ",* I t' > rl4 tii i subs< 'n1 -1iJ l.1''W4.t&aiiuie131. .,
; ,, When the last accounts left whig party'of the-UnIted States r. Elliot d& cf.1il'iiired? '
'et a military Inthe'ProBafe &rurt
to mileVa and attend : .
'he three' 'jfour day
following persons,appeared as dele- force, of 1,400 strongnas concentrated in the -- : ( ". : ,. ;tomy.regular of umbm Countyher\petition.Tor'clowersn&thttt

Del atcs from the two counties, viz: (Levy not being V vicinity, under the command of Gen. McDonald,, PJtOFESSION8.'ANDPRAOT1CE; .: .. business." ;; '.should 'bVmost't ')happy. toiave.yourTefer she- z11iily4for'thOazsiZnmint, threof

. represented.) From Hillsborough-John whose arrl mellts-for keeping up a communication "I AM. NOT WILl.IJrO.TO BE THE mID TE Pi any one:whV.iiiayAish,further,. ih.'"ci1'e u 1tlf-.- ftct.thldat; '= N

Parker, William Hancock B J. Hagler S. L. V' with 'I be'different military stations in I ',ANY: PARTY.-, ", 'GC. .'. "Taylor's, "-Letter, 'to 'J;-'' AiBirkley.Esq. articuiarstorne. at;..:my:plac&1of, 1ITCBTT.- _
the neighborhood were such as effectually'tocrush .. '' 'i.;. I". t-r : .V. ,A1li torAtlg.)9t;: -jl f
0" Sparkman, Uigdon Brown. From Benton- ;. 'outbreak. lines of road IV i c- .(. -.., '.1 'OnYW: 8 V t' -.' ; .' .' J. '
'John any .AU..the "1. CANNOTIN. ANY.CASE .rEBanT. .. MVSELPs. BE r .,"'i ', 'of' 1
S. ayay.truyyouaf; Criapiti: ,Moraroa'dec;
Taylor, E. Selph P. G.Wall S.Garison leading ironf the district c protected by --- : : -
: lIi .).ohn 1t strong.,otipbstdnd tho General himself J had: BBOUGH"f, BEFORE. ,THE. ,/-P '-PLIi. :LUSIVELY- .-. ,-.' "Bt, -.,' -WM.JL ,HOtBl1ObL V A ,LLpersonsintcfestcd; are:herebynotified; ] '
oS8) George Andrews C. t. Jenkins : ANY OP THE POLOTCALFOBTCNATEI.Y. SO.uN .'JOLt. :ThatSi Weeks -from '.
ctiiis "at The PAETffijTHAOW.THIS ,. _... ; thejUt.JienB I I
headquarters Ballingarry ( l"unless icdJDUTTS'on.ih
-I.T. Kcn-lrick W. Terry. V officers 'men.wero"b; 'DIViflE.OUA COUNTY2THEIRCANDIDATEYOR .Nbn. : enutne' ." -" I sfeill nnnlvtofiliG. : .. ,FTonL. .Jamea R Jonp 4. and 1eted --- -
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J' motion Hillsborough county was allowed ,bers.: of tli inbabitil t. I ; wrapper1:; fr,2. :. .. ,'
twelve votes and Benton "Gathering on I lii ns.:9et Letter, to'Dr.F.S.-Dronson; i"' rh. t.;!For_wewhol. s l .'and,,reW', Jrin1 .. pni'the jEstat i,oficanvlate P iJ
eight, ih.the Conv n- J" 3,000 men :( .'l Lt tf cifpr'l'.r T NoMINlTI N'J.' I jL V ", ,:_ ; ,! ." ,. ; : : V k ..' o'f said .
4r.iI. "seen* have'; c R I { 5ountyVdeceased.j. !.tc': t tU'UfI
assembled ,
HOL1\IES. & 'CO' ,
tionj;and the Convention proceeded to the nom- were at frbm'CIonm'el'jtp" on Gei 'Tavlor'sletter;to'Govv:Jloreheadj aCcept; .f_' ;t.. f' 'T..O_.t .,-; .; .a : rT- jM9R_ p
yesterday Slicvenamony.whilstith'cf Walerr, V
3f' .1. .inatlon 1. 'Of candi ates. Williamllancock, nom- ford mountains 'immediatelyroyer! the town ing the nbiainatipn'of' the'WfflG National Conveatipntion. }-,V i.*. ,tt'JJ',.I Mtj < V *Jacksonville,.FJ .; !Amg:1ter_;' ..1S48.); : _40 1f'-JJ S .
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;J' ..'jwted s. L. Sparkman, of ffillsborbugh.f- B.:; J. were literally .bldck.'with.people! !:whose movements -, ,, : ; ." .;' ; ->""- ,"t- .v "v"j_ ":.1.-1 s **:f''i3kTho \i.r: .;jbDrtjgiatsgenerally: '.throughout.the. '**** : ,;,;r ."',-_i'I'.1'i:1 v" -;" .< u. --J'PUJ',. .; V V;:1-, .J.

"I' ernommated: M.C.Brown, of Hillsborough ,fer 'watched. ,:?with the,"utmos t anxiety following may betoken. faJrfxposvtibn'of -. ..United States s. T". : -'l .V '.p -, I3 r': tae ot tW)1'RcctttIons fssu1 out or
The vote by the officers of the gazrii n.. \,< qe Taylor's deeliirafiotu and conduct in ; c ,t1ie'1 istH f Cbt OftdUuitj4' titoran&tome
-' \n resulted as follows t for S. L' Sparkltfi 4'i e*royalists: :exult aif their,success in this reference. J ''hIS nomuia.tiodtur.thePfesjdency,. ,. :!.rt-ttP.--'h Uc S l : 'lf .thQ"NrtJr V. rn)Wrict1tt FI iiJ ";1 di.
1. : for M. C. Brown; Mr. Sparkman ""Gen&aylorwiliyouV allow' jourseif: : : .t. .De : N. 1ii7first)1onda7 'of\Octobeicxtj rap 12', tOOJ d'-a iiv ':; In.dArthnrBurney .
and'boast"that hetrebellion'Wbeen"put :
1; !declared the nominee Vf the Convention. ;* skirmish._ "> ,' "I' ,d'','- the- mmm ; 1 for"* tbe pr.i4ency7" Q 'c1ocM; .at ,the,"pIace'-near'. ; M d.J' 1h'eJti editd.sbaIl! ht'at'public "
down : To this the Herald aJ tte'.otluhe.'Y), 'coiintjIiion talr P1 6 tio >frofit. aucot
OurnOtlon : London'Morning Daval :flmerIytI } i'g Uourf1f t S; tle'
nominationof .
of N S
if l:; E.T::Kendrick, the V.!_ / W-. ? -. '* Z ', Q Ir. t 'UhANYI CA.S permltl' .ldence
air.' ; '84YS-' V .I. } (: 'myiO1f'tti andid ite'.ot :1 y'\pl'r.n;' 9.t James aiWJootby: l Ckson T' 4tW Jtih'"i1i6Ui tlQ d.

Jrj. the Convention.Sparkman1''e' ,'unanimous V by 'The sUJy>newspaper writers,'and :ithe,sillier '.. aGeil*;Taylor WV VUW,:you hayebeen:: 'nonunateU f at _en O6Upied luterests.otthe:by.9"Wa1 l&f n) I t.siaflffor' 0'Twn ;; .q Mi$ t!'\'trJJ'"'-t S ep l mmt .

: convention of.the : : Ba1ct tie a4'e _' ; mnmcdPeg.otteggft,.herBrUiSwf9s'Edgln
4- )linisterswho fancy tatuiscontent) arni insurrcctaon a; ; ;Whigs of the United.Btat $ '' q -- ,
On d 'aJ11i "
r motion,a. committee was appointed by ifieneiideat 'bye b' ennanently down the as a candidate forlthe,Presidencytcif ihe'Jdnited J'.lIi iidnoiot1 ;Hal .tici' ?:nOD : YEB'i' .I "-
een put by '" ; 'ce'. Of dkf'Wgg51iEa1tb f ;f". :",v.B" 'taljf': 6-. V
f : to draft'resolutions expressive of ihejfcfe' 'gallant 4eed**t*,MrLrant! 'jtvtrl': tiia Ilitfrt**band *,. Stated. t'R-* ,:' 1 -c tif.-- :- ft""T'J.. 3 7 {- i .':6 lt .l,1Fj': 3f.'M r'-p< .t_. :.! .... 0l 't p44 td .,; t t ; '
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'otj ihiblfth 'wonted i of Ireland nd "Sir ICORIflILLYACCKPT ThAT O T iO-i c stoCkJ (t.'t' tt.1 0p4U v.w.ce' "11 li.if V
the Convention, upon "tho political r guoranco _,_, : Jl'f :; 'ii1Tha.ftbbut 20 hk4JI! i l .ti
I'i" *opics 01.'unfitnc'ss for their'v iiUon'citer, asminisVers"ofiasjournalisfcBi.t 'and;"have, .the;h l ort tQ remain 'with:the highest : aTdecreeOttle; {AugAWBfleIitteUJein1 t J.t41=. ; g: ir'i.t' '
the i.iPfo' tbio1ddr
diiy, consisting of'the: following' ,, .7%, : ]h' .. r.espect,''Y purpostoW. Y!:.f .if_ ) ei.j"= :'JObflCOU21tYP1a'VaUS J i iJ '.
n.: John Parker, W.Terry, 'R T. Ken.idZik. ? ,ThA rebellion is not'.put down ; and unless thedisaffected ".* j*- Mc--..... : --* V ,I.* tli. ffAfeeVD.d 'ror Y6oa o '"for'the.. "&c.eomp TP" f,1ilktd. i Mi LHo reMJ1u

j After retiring a,few moments the com- .\ ,pbrtious i pf Ireland be'.penniinently'with.vlgor :: :'on fllr"-n5 'l nttetme ioIt iL Nu e'NevEr1- ..0 rat 'iUj1'f-MmM SI ldfl hdefeflda2it4{ || .tonS\ t k. (tCI'S'Wbit ilrhi li

)0- te returned 'and 'reported: the ..'following ,:Q u d"Iin' d' / .;, { to ict. .It is said to bo 1;a,well authenticated. in .jihe ". jj""t<."..V .-! flEORGEi-E PAlBBAIiKSM: ; ''crjiur'B Wu ef' ;to'Netrheli .

.it1ution3 which if..i .1"bteAk'' 'wij 'TSI tti"" .ford 'II were unanimously;:jad.opied! ; IJU : .' 'C :f-,:: Cj ***! *.' ." c- -4'"d''k<",riieyer : it P1fg' :' --t't.ij'Jii. ggr' 1 1' eck'di\1 i /tf&i U i; tf ; ed
\ J.;? i3OtV4, -That, cordially assent',to the 'Lord, Clarcnddhdocs'nbVthinlrrebelllonputdbwruv'7Ithin ithok'e&Ciiid r 1Aii'ent- .: J.' '.'. 1848.? """ _' 2_' "4 ,) iiCBi"oW Sh'6g6f j. j M8 clStrr
.l L4 riOCIPJ jes enunciated resolutions: adopt. ; helasf thee:,dajjtfhohaarprdi nevertwas sUed-ne'vey sued ny cuTe'b1mseU'-.. .I -. ", H''l': 0- i."E1tl. -oi. y L"**", 7S-s1 ri f J ;a uJf.: } ...
ii.I at he late National C nvcntfon at Baltimore!, i w d"Xe: ";'":Wex1oid rlo\i never was dunned never dunned. anyboay;andi'battie : 1 rJ "_Ii 8 t elV(.nndr .tiy o_; .:
':!*the belief them to, be the,.tru.;prwciples.o '-Qaoeii' i J\Kild 5V ck1wt.'t[%ti thj"fiutbl 'never '.'''t ..p..">Sj 'r.<,}Jfl''fefejr: :.SIX'WBEKfFaf' f: 5&t ,,.i ? d.' : ,L..".m.i 'f<.",?" : .1...tPiA4M.' 'D' ., I

, Umocratici.luith, and that.we,pledge qar>. ';. _, jrewry'and'Downl: lighfebaronies'In"ta'VM & 'ToVtheVerfmSghtbepadded: : : tGfl.iFY1P1hasteyct Ithrtbin ;) Hilliboroughy/or tnunlstMhJoa t lj( tAa\ 'i'i1IiTF.N -
t elves to thv support of the candidates for Presr, .'arid'fwoiiri' Jirmagh ',".'yhasis: %'iy5:'oneliilr held a'civil office-...never"fbted'-nVv-. 't'h' ate-jf. ,,, ,,- ..:'.-St. 'UD K'Jorf'ft fl. W: IIV
. It ,idejit ai Vic-l'rcsident 6fihe UnitedStoies,, : *.li VxtLJ.,:%i,1Ds.viUVlwUl r' dhiltf ur'ut, rtioriUr d the Whigi'pirtyJwhbsB, hate Ql aaidicouflty' d' *"gifi' "' ... "'' &"' 4?;' !. it S-e;.; i ei .11f

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a, ,. 44 s } INSTRVCTIONOPM1DRW t i'hle tti'aetiflE
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-S STUDENTS,1'cbe ac --- to J1

-- : -Superfine; Flour,in obis and;3bbl ;' .5 1IaflOtcls 2{ .bM.aM's1s4taa .
., BY OTIC PRESIDENT OF THE PUot Bread, Sugar and Dut Crackers j' -. ,& modatedyand bnreawnabletermjiJ, eitheriitrlMTOto rchigtbM SQufnegcto
,- ,,, ;:..UAflTED'STATES. Hams,Bonlork' F BeefJPJcklea Tongues? B i lffo es tKereccire a $ ; take

:' \>t n pursuanco <9f law, I; 'JAMES L MackereL CbdfisK-Salt/Rice f S -& ;$& and can from the Sabscriba-s.tli 5uch31ed; dtliaeaaein-vigorateaiC y dIsit.wbib nUvefor anyb?the '

Goshen Butter, lard, Cheese lSnute Beans, *** :r fsj--, -
POt.K President of the Umtea States !
1J "I1" "' ? fcleanse anistrengthenting .,
Irish Potatoes -- ** : -
t.! of America, dp hereby declare arid make Sperm Oil, Candles; ;
known, that public I 41ia at the undermentioned. Land Offices in MuscovadoSugar-NO'Mola sesj ''*.- ". e : BooksPIates nAJa11iII othei'Prepar I jjdougb catar ahmasp womanhood, as it is calculated to S
CruaheaniPulvensed tnrwiWbeesst ,iri the pro-; .- of blood,'soreness in the chest, I ta tb1alaM
Stuart's Refined Loaf "'* I Iai.AJLthdiseas .
the STATE FLORIDA at:the ..
4 OF periods "- -'- theiitudies ardiigt. the.-modepndffth1ai kently
Sugar, : it u.vBrandyjJium ? eil iai i
fteremafter'designated wit : ; North ru cities -will be; A ;-
Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol,..Turperitine ; ;; hiclo'
-At thc-land office at Newnansville, commencing "- f .-!; -y ir ; 1 .taught to fcbmpburia and dispense Medicines, S --S -torati n and painS S S -

J on Monday,the ninth of October next, for London; Porter-Por- >,Madeiratand Champagne arid will'be instructed-In the- minor faery*day i 1h side S Stf the natnral-'encrgJes S

the disposal of the public lands situated within AVine ." .- ifrrfttt ofdagfn&c&c.theSurgeon: BleedingCupping,Ban-; 5hv r1 f j
the uaderinentionea townships and .parts ,of Cordials, Coifectio ary',-Preso %&c .. .*, T" / ; "> 5- -' S can be: S"; the a
1: townships: :4 Complete Assortment DryGopdsr- erhaps' no'Private"Ofi ce in any American r f *. 'cured.-: S-S :.. tioii, which is the aseot most mecij

South of the base line, and east of the principal Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins, Bonnet and TaffetaRibbons cityw4l afford a greater.vanetyofnew;arid ap.pro1bd 1 i Probably there never was a remedy-that naat female Weakness and'd1se
. meridian. ; > U :irSheetings femedies,'or present! iripre practicarfaf'cilities been so successful in desperate cases of consumption DISE4SETJFTIEETU1Wi2NDiDzopy

The fraction pf township seven, situated east and Shirting:hleach'd and unbleach'd; for students4 as 'this;: fjj ; tf the Suwannec river, (except'Sections one,eleven Irish Linen paper'Bisbop3 andLong-Lawn; ,; \ In connexion; with this epartmenVit"inayibe appears to 'heal the ulcers:on the -:. $EWYOZaJly
m; and twelve,1)) and the fraction;.of township Cambncs. Jaconet.'Swiss:andcrossbar[ Muslins; ; state;that as Jsobn\asipossiblo an .lungs' and the patients gradually regain their

ten,eas(of said river, (except Sections six, sevcn Hosiery,.Hdkfs, Olov ,'Suspend rs;' 'Infirmary for threCeptioh'fbOth Medical and' usual,health and strength. S eiflUofed-
8feS, eighteen, nineteen, twenty and thirty-one,) -TicUngsjLinenand Cotlon Osriaburg; Surgical Patients will be opened,>wKeri students, CimidUS, CASE CONSUMPTION with t iible

-of' range fourteen. Wine white and brown Lineii'Drill, for pants, [will have the" opportunityof practically stttdying There is scarcely 'af day'passes btttft&erVare the greatet4toLbtj i, ,

? Fractional township thirty-six, of range strentecn. &e&c.&c., dseases.j.' T.;WlLSONrMm. number of cases f of Cons ptionrepQrte&; as troupled with shortness of bmthtiid,,
88 Umbrellas -Silk and Cotton insteellind ; ;. c.a.vAN'.TaUahaaseo ; which
Gingham, ? cured by.thO use ofPFonacncls S/irKiparaia] bfritlIbe-
& Townships twenfy-three and twenty-four,and whale bone frames; '"' ,Aug:5i84a, Gm The following Was recentlyreceived I5DE. S

nfe$: fractional townships thirty-one thirty-six, thirty Hardware & Cutlery-Knives, Scissors; jRazprs; STATE Off FLORIDA tl TowNSEjrb-Dear.>Sir,*' For the last l :hr-bedTh.reptnr&! -

-seven, thirty-eight thirty-nine,of range .Nails, Hinges, Butfs, Knives and Forks/Spoons- ;. ;, / MONROE'COUNTY.: three years:.I have been afflicted with general and severes.'a She tried aimosj erej -

* cighteen.r. Tea Trays; r' Benjamin gin, ) ? i debility, and,nervous consumption :of the last -
: Townships twenty-three and twenty-four, Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets,Saws; -sTS..:'. .* i, In'Chanccry. stage,and did not'expect td ever'gainviny health had. takenbuttbebottle foie .
J 5f&g! fractional township thirty-one, townships thir- Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots, Kettles ThomasTylor-Philip at all. After; going:through a course of medicine mwlicine'she was'entirely r Of thii

; ty-six. thirty-seven, thirty-eight and fractional &c., &c.; Sawyer,and James Filor.] iinder the care -of some of the most distinguished of the heart!and; the'xuAnretirely
t i township thirty-nine, of range nineteen. A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks. T appearing, me by affidavit that Thomas.Taylor regular physicians and members of the disappeared. ; -- -

:i Townships twenty-three, (except the western ,A-Good Assortment of CrocJcery"and Tin Ware. and Philip Sawyer,defendants in tho Boardjof.Health-in New Tort and elsewhere, 8hehaslsb had 'the dropsyml

tier of Sections}) thirty-one thirty-two, thirty- .Boot:& Ses-Men's,Women'imd'Children's bill filed iri theabove, cause,5 reside 'piitpf the and spending 'the most' of iiiy-earnings in attempting much swollen. We'nad.rbidea thit M.-

*4V7v* six, thirty-seven, thirty-eight and thirty-nine, Boots arid Shoes, of all kinds.-"- State of Florida,and that the said.Thomas Taylor ,to regain my health, and after reading be so benefited,as'sh bad juch*-caB r S

. ii3S < of range twenty. t A Variety'of Fancy Articles. Perfumery,- Medicines resides in Europe, and, that.the;said Philip irisomcpaper of your Sarsaparilla Iresol- diseases. But it has,as strange as honS

# 1.-I Townships thirty, thirty-one and thirty-two, &c.Jacksonville. s Sawyer.resides in ,the. State of Mississippi, ved to try it.I ;After using six bottles I found it pear, .relieved her of the dropsy. j

... of range twenty-one. ,April 15,.148. ly It is Ordered >That said defendants appear done me great good- and called to see: you at that this statement is ;" to
Townships thirty, thirty-one, -thirty-two, and the said bill otherwise it shall be almost
.answer your office; with your advice kept on, and do like fictionbnt, itineerthel
i>2SS 5 % thirty-three and thirty-four, of range twenty- WAREHOUSE OF taken pro confcsso. most heartily thank you for your advice I p'er- realityYour.Sarsaparilla.ia. _, ,

r.. -,i two. It is further.Ordered, That a copy of this Order severe in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been .uable.medicine, wand .should 7 uscdl
i.t- .t I.i f S At thp land office at St. Augustine, commencing PRINTS ONLY.Wo. be published in some newspaper printed in able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that is srifferirig as we have1 "

. < 0...J*. on Monday the sixteenth day of October the Eastern Circuit of Florida,,once a.month four months', and I hope by the blessings of God, disbelieve thisfaccount-they"ate
"' { next, for the disposal of the public lands with- 56 Cedar Street, Wew York. for nine months, in reference to the said Thomas and your Sarsaparilla to.continue,my,health- call at n-y house and have ocular denKmstui

t in the undermentioned township and parts of Taylor, and once week for-four-months, in It helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours,respectfully, ,. : :-

|i townships, vii: LII U1N reference to the. said Philip Sawyer. knew my case.CHARLES, QUIMBY. 'S '*)YILLIA3ITOWSEB.lJaine; :
South oftho base line and east of the S B. LANCASTER t -
i principal JOS. Orange.Essex Co.N.T. Aug. 2 1847. 1
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meridian. So. Circuit Florida. S
Judge ojNem
S State Jersey, Essex County', ss.--Cbas. -DYSPEPSY.S
, Townships cighteen2 nineteen and twenty, Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WARE THOS.F KING, SoL for,Compl't.. Quimby being duly; sworn according law, on. No fluid ormelidine has everbetn ditwi
T and fractional township twcuty-one of HOUSE, No. 56 CEDAR STREET,-the WHOUE Key West February 19 J848. 9mIPT
rang his oath saith, that the foregoing statement .ed which nearly membles.thegaslii te
is devoted to the exhibition and sale
:.. If r twenty-eight of which CIRCUIT COURT. true,according the best of his knowledge and or saliva decomposing d and BtrrattliStt
Fractional township nineteen and townshipS of the Single Article of EASTERN CiEcmx F-FthniDA-Courn or belief CHAS.. QUIMB1T. the organs' of digestion* is*thlspr tttttl5v

J twenty, of range nine. PRINTED CA1ICOES. ST. Jonxs: Is CHANCERY. Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, Sarttipanllx :I|positively cures verj mtif

p;? Township twenty-four, and fractional town- Their present Stock :consists of nearly The Southern Life Insurance the 2d August,-1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, howeversevfre.orchroni<>' / ,
hip- twenty-five, of range thirty. & Trust Justice of the Peace. S .BAMS DEPAaTHEaiT. ALBJIIT May 10
: S4&
One Thousand Packages, Company ,
ip Townships and and
twenty-two twenty-four
; S ., DA., TOVTKSEXI S\r; 1 Kave'beea
fractional Embracing some THOUSANDS of different "to use"of Arthur M. .Bill to Foreclose dIc
township twenty-five, (except Sections Reed r. TWO CHILDREN-SAVED., for several1 years. withdispepBlahr i
twelve thirteen patterns and colorings, comprising every -
'; twenty-four and twenty-five)
;. .ji\ of thihg desirable in the line,, FOREIGN and vs.Augustn8 S Very few families indeed-in. fact we ;have form/atierilled with;-sourness of stem el1J
range DOMESTIC.All .- ..Poujaud.IT not heard of one-that; used Dr.,Townsend' of appetite,.,extreme heartburn, u&j

1 m three Townships and twenty-four twenty-one, and, twenty-two fractional, twenty which are offered for sale for cash, or having been made to appear to the satisfaction Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the rpast aversion to all kinds, pf/focd, ..and' for-njjb

..::h: S ; twenty-five, of range thirty-two. township satisfactory credit; at the LO WRIT 1PJUCE8} .. of the! Court by Affidavit that the summer, while those that did not sickened and '(what I could eat) I have beenurikbleVlftt' i
died. The certificate we publish below con 'buta'smftll pbrtioriorimy'stomach'
. nineteen Sections by the Defendant named in'the Bill of Complaint filed ; Ilritilii
\ Sections Township ten to fifteen exclusive, Sections one, two, three, PIECE OR PACKAGE. in the above entitled'cause-1, resides out of the clusive evidence of its value, and is only,another usual-:'remedies, but- they had. :but WtlI1
[ twenty- instance of.its savirig the lives,of children: effect mremovipg the.complaint. b&
State of Florida and out/of the'-United States Lft* &
> to inclusive received almost ,
one twenty-seven ,and Sections thir- New Styles are every day, and inCttba one of the'West India Islands and S DR!TOWNSE I> .Dear Sir: _I had, two children ed, about two months since, to try jour Ili fsd
; ty-on, thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty-six in and many of them are got.up for our own sales, ; of
fractional elsewhere. beyond the jurisdiction of this Court,Therefore cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer SarsamrniaandI dI( must Bay with littleIn"fioTerice -
township twenty; township twehty- and not to be found
On motion" C. W. Solicitor for cOmplaint ;and dysentery f one was .only ;l5 but affer'sinnearltwobdl
>. | one, townehip twenty-two (except Sections one fls j Printed lists of prices, corrected from Downing, Esq., '
said Complainant 'i( *" months old and-the other 3 y ars.: :They were, ppelite micrett pda the heajt ipientirely..iremoyed
I twelve, thirteen, twenty-four and twenty-five,) day to day, with every variation in the market, ;
much reduced and we would
expected they ,1.would
and It Jrdered, That the said Augustus Pou very :earnatJji i.
townships and in the hands of
twenty-five twenty-six of are placed buyers.
die they were given by>two respectable commend Ttheriseof.hto.tHttse"jriolot'
: up ,
; thirty-three. Merchants will bo able to form idea of jaud and required appear and answer ; *
,:::. range some said Bill of Complaint within six months physicians.. When the doctor informed,us that afiiicted. as I. haveb en.Tours'. &ie![
I ;Sections three, four, five, Sections nine to fifteen the extent and variety of our assortment,when 7' S ,
we must, lose them we rcsplveil to try VburSarsajparjlla = -VAN Z4
the will be taken onfessed
inclusive, Sections twenty-two to twenty- we state, that the value of-our usual stock of or ;same as against wb hadheardiolnuch '
had N.
.t. bf/but B. Purchase none but such
,as h4pers.tatbide
S. seven inclusive and Sections this is at least.twice the value. ,
thirty-four thirty- oxKAE.1ricLE him.It
little confidence there much stuff ad- -
the bottle
being so completely anJb&is
further fera'That of this Order ,
five and thirty-six in the entire stock of' copy ,
township twenty-two,and dry goods usually kept by
.1 1 .vertised -that worthless; .but>we Lare- the.written signature of S.PTOWNgE3niMPrinclparOfficei26FulibriitSunB6lft
dulycertified by the Clerk of this Court be pub ; very
township twenty-three Sections Thia fact.- together -
(except one-to our largest'wholesale jobbers. ::;
thankful thativedid) for it undoubtedly[saved"the :
j9: -sixinclusive. awi lished in newspaperDrinted within the
of the that
) with fact
range thirty-four. f our means our lives of both. 71 write this thatwpthcrs may N.:Y. Redding co.8 State-st. Boston
being Eastern Circuit ofFlonida 'Once a month consecutively ; pl tt
Fractional township the four attention instead of divided a vast ,
-l twenty-two, among for sir months. induced lo'use illTbursf respectfully, &Eons, !;32 Nth. Seeon-st.iPbilacIepbs|IS.
q. eastern tiers of Sections in devoted
. township twcnty- variety articles, are wholly 'to OSE -
'' : "JOHN-WILSON.Jr. Hance- druggist Baltimore PuroVi
e five and Secctions [Signed,] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge. ; ti
one to four inclusive, Sections will render the advantages which we can offer *
i PETER B. DUMAS Clerk"of said Court Myrtle-avexuei3rOO11yn Sept:15,1847..- Richmond;,P. M., Cohen, -.Charrccnriglt
3 -. nine to fifteen inclusive, and Sections twenty. to dealers'perfectly obvious; and it shall be '
.,f:' -two -to twenty-seven inclusive, in township our care that none who visit our establishment do hereby certify the.:above to be.a true copy ., :i;tJNATIC YSL M.S, &ca 15IJChartres-st' :New'prleans: IOtItk
_.1' twenty-six, of range thirty-five. shall meet.with any disappointment. of an.Order, duly made arid' entered of record ., James Cummings]Esq"one. of the"Assistants Pearl-efc Albany$ R;Tan.Buclti ;292
in the above entitled cause on' the sixteenth in the Lunatic Ayslumlila5kVcll'sIfland,1s the Market arid Broad-sts.Newark, .
: t; Fractional townships nineteen and twenty Our assortment is complete at all seasons of ,
liI 'ofrange thirty-six. the5year.- LEE, JUDSON & LEE.. day of, August-A. -1847.. gentleman spoken of in the following letterS "f priixcipal Druggists arid Merchants geMsEthVbughbut / 5
United StatesAVes'tIndium'the
.: .lr At the land office at Tallahassee,commencing P. S.-B. F. LEE; formerly of the firm of P. B. DUMAS, RHEUMATISM, 'the
1 !
;.. .. on Monday the twenty-third day of October Lord & Lees,and,late senior partner of jthe original Clerk C. C. of St' :John's.County. This is only one of.more than four,thousand Cariadas.v S A.-M.-REED-Agenf Jacksonvi"nl1&*
. ; next;for the disposal of the public lands situated firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection Jan 7, 1848. lamfBnrA cases of rheumatism TownsentFs.Sar-
I. -4V witVm the undermentioned townships and he withdrew some time ago, has resumed '4, saparilla has cured The most severe an'd Februa1726.15-t$ SS

,, % __ parts of townships, to wit: business in connection Tviih ''Messrs Lee & iL I,AC HIT A HOUSE. chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its extraordinary S FORWARDALDRICflr
j South of the base line, and cast of the principal Judson, and assures his friends that the new Subscriber having purchased the house virtues : ..

meridian. concern shall have the same pre-eminence in THE premises formerly f owned nnd occupied S Bicxwu2sIsi.tNDSept.14,1S47. ATTORNEYS ARIJt iCOUNSBLLOXS.,ATiSU'T.Sfna. .
The two eastern tiers of Sections in township this branch of trade, which formerly distin by J.-Vfc Pearson Esq *at JNewnansville Diu TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: I have suffered ,; \ .':.practice!thesevml; Court of Iii
tvrothe, east half of township three and township guished the other two houses to which he ho E.FJwillbe; accommodateBoarders, terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; and Equity, in the Eastern'Circuit Pjn *jfc.
; ""
r four, (except the eastern tier of Sections.,) longed. June 25, 1847. ly and Travellers after the 1st day of.May, next, considerable of the time I1 could not eat, sleep -Vw. FowA,1St.Ahustine.
of range three. or work; 'I had the mo'st distressing pains, and LZWI3A1.DRIciKewnasyille.
andhppes by his exertions to make his guests as
: ; S Township two, (except Sections twelre INVALUABLE comfortable possible. lie has good stabling my limbs' were terribly* swollen.. I Lave used :

, inclusive, and Sections seventeen,., eighteen, FAMILY COMPANION arid a first rate hostler always in attendance.GEO. four bottles'of your Sarsaparilla,and they have t WJ\L P. :CRABTREEi, '
- nineteen, thirty and thirty-one,) Sections six .-.M. GALI'IN. done me more than one thousand dollars worth .ATToT..iWp5 COUKSELLOS ATiILW'

and seven, in township three, and fractional SIX Lectures on Causes,Prevention an&Cure yewnansvllle- April 15,1648. Cm of good- ram io much/better. Jnd.eed I ;aia .,S ; .r ,' '

I. -, township five, (except Sections three, four, five of Consumption, Asthma, Diseaseso(the : entirely relieved.. You are 'at liberty to 'use ; ''Will attendito nybusinantru$41
.4. ,. and six.) of range four. Heart, and,all Female Diseases. J34. jjages, 28. ihii'.t1L S
HOLMES. & O( : | hands in of.,the Courts in
k4 : ; *t -
: ny
t Townships three and four, and fractional engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents. Yosr, spectfullyJAMESClThlMLNQ :
townshp five, of range five. Mail to any part-postage Q% cts. l/TESSRSL/ HOLMES.CO.,; have;removed cuit_ of Florida '
'Township five, of range six. Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders,. $2. J.fJL their stbclc"pfMerchan3izetbrthei large, ,
_- Township nine of range twelve. '-Mail-to any part, 3O cts. postage., Inhaling building formerly occupied by the United states,' That iDr,-Townsend'sSarsaparilla. is the veryxbest. 'S -fclVIN'GSTONjWju.

Sections.oneclevcn, ,twelve, thirteen,fourteen, Tubes, Silver, .$3, by mail, letter postage. Abdominal the Government;iBuildirig TEey' .remedy tfor> female.complaints there' isno.j L ItTTORNEiAT 1AW- !'
.Sections have added .to their.stock) !thelate.arrivals disputing;..thousands aid thousands of
'r twenty-three to twenty-seven inclusive, ,5'appbrters, perfect/ to $10.'for-a.ll by weak wdebilitatetf' .J cksonvIkFf4
;<:and Sections thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty- 'Ruptures, Falling of the Bowels andWomb, from New York,a full assortment of Dry'G 6ds, those females which'tha'Vwerepros .,,- practice S in tUihCourt&ottkb! !'

seven, and townships eight and nine, of rang and Weak Back and Chest p sent by express Groceries, Hardware, Provisionsj'. .&c., :&c., subject trafedby were soon;:diseasesXo in the enjoyment; femalea/ire robust circuit; ; ; : .' ;. .'
& ,: -
which iselVat -5
4 thirteen. everywhere. For Braces' or Supporters,, or they are' prepared. reduced, (
i healths 1-
,, _: .The fraction of township sevcn"situated west Rupture Supporters, give height from head to pnces. :; ? j .- -5- AUGUSTUS C-'JLLETt

of the Suwannce river of range fourteen. foot,and circumference of person'neit the surface They_ are now,prepared purchase CottonsJJ S New YoaScp23,1847. ATTORNEY 'ANt. CpOKSELLOR' AVti
,.DL Towzcsvn-Dear&r wife his for ;
-- Lands appropriated by law for the tue of ,just above the hips ,IfRupturemention. an&otb rproduc&ofth6iintry, J-at the -S My lAnd ComrnissionerofDeeds oLthe StatC4
... schools: military or other purposes, will ba ex* which side. Agents wanted for the sale of the hig1icstMarlet rates rind rxiake casli advances .thei;last year,:been.very, sickj'and in;a greatly iecticuL within and for the Sth.eof flo1.i .
v --eluded from the sales. "tieir r uced;jstaw of health being' reduced 'by.; a -*. -' **, *. t- -
above goods. Address Dr. S. S. .FITCH, 707' on consignmrn&t friendziu Sa+a1iU band
.4; The : variety,.complaints such as females are liable i T : .
offering of the above mentioned lands Broadway, New York, post paid., / Charleston, or New-York,;*; _
will be commenced on the days appointed, and April !, 1848. ly They shave a riew-- article;3Vrouglit,Ir'oPloughst6which ,' lo solxi at length,that she was entire -- S CHARLES'P .coopj
.; jroceedin the order in which they are advertised they would' rCspectfull1Uthe lynnabhtowalk,andwas sbelpess 0s a child; AKti COUNSELLfi
1 with all Dollars Reward --- h.comrncn ed usiug ypiir'Sarsaparil1 and' :ATTOENEY' :
convenient Fifty attention of
dispatch, until theTrhble'shall ,, ;: *
S several Courts
in $
have been 'GIVEN'BY "- immediately began to regain her strength',
offered, and the sale WILL BE THE Jacksbriville;-Nbvl 61846 tf "
thus complaints left Her and after,talung several tern."Circuit of Florida. >** -
closed But no sale shall be kept undersigned for the S "
longer than two weeks, and no private entry open'of 7L and'safe 'delivery apprehension into thi'Duvai .T: PE.SD.Goldi .r 1wDn5 bottles she' isVestored. .Being5 a'singttlar.caseilihQught.itmight -if-'' y1B yo.2jst't. .5

.any; of the lands will be admitted until after ... ..( County Jail, of the fol- ______. rn.e .iDrAjnnKtrp'e *, NtY&k: o.good to publish itr
--the expiration of the two weeks. lowingnegro s, to wit: Venis, a woman, Han- THE subscribers.havo taken the 1 ., She jwed xa number ;remedies thatdOn&hez.ic'good -

,....,.II.e Given under my the City ofWashingtion .nibald,a boy,;Georgiana, a girl, and.what chil-' 4 : -and?wUl.continue jthe "lalelyi previously, Youisrespectfully, -- ATTONB-'AND S OUN5ELLOiJT't -a
Lt this third day of July, ann6 Domini dren.the above named Veriis"might have borriecf conducted by Robert Taylor'They willtitt'erid JOilN'NUTJi187N: if S-' : : -'iiae 'Rivir'loridatW1Lvice

-f6ne thousand eight hundred and forty-eight. -, since'shejia&been.absent, supposed to be two to all orders they,may receive with punctuality '-: : -in seieraiCoufMCj'[ '

-: .,njy: the President- S or three and Ellick, an'old AfricaifmanT' -' arid ilispatfch., 5A11 the.TypTmanunvctured by' i'. t < -3TO 'ifllE.LADIES.GBEATj'fEMALE --- --- Eastern.Circuit or Florida j.businesa !. 1
:;:yi: : JAMES K.'POLK. The ..above'fugitiye'Blayes been absent them jwill"be'Harid! .CastTand.they furnish .to'his'care will mee wjtli prompt atte* |i
:,,; niCHARI), M. YOUNG, for S nearly four yeari' -'JQHN'M. 'PONS. all kinds of''Pffi&fM&criatiiofthWestquaK 1 DTowcsD's SiLsPAuILLAis aioveregn

't) Yfr.Camiuiowroft1e5GeneraZ' Land Office.TO Jacksonville, March 25th, 1848.; 6m" { ity."Mr.J A.'T; Ove rendis'8tinicmployed.insuperiritending and'Vpeeoly cure for incipient consumption, and > JOSEPH FITeff:

-the.manufacturing; departmcjit, HAVKO estabHshcd himself at PAUI
JJ41NOTICE PEE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS' : CrAItK&LAWSON Proprietors ofnwpapers,who have not ad- ttciwUetJier+thOjeSUlt ofjnlierent,cause, -fcVM **X jrW "! i t/recry person entitledto, the right of pr, t ;Tertbed for the'subscribers whb'nwtypnbiishthis.Botice oir catues.; produced by. irregularity, illness or ; o1W4i1l bnzznes eRtrus44
to ,!of the lands within the 4 Gsrw :cMssioN MaR. three accident attid-tcany -
towri- for
any monthsy wijl'be'erititled to- : --V-S.. : *r -' 11
; ships,and parts oftownshipsabove'enumerated CHANTS' Savannah, Georgia ten'derUheir services reciv&-'pair""iri typej*on*purchasing'-five"times f can'rfie WMS.mOTe- :surprising* 5othing |ts>5n.yigo November itch. 'LV'* P' .

'-'Is'required'to establish the same"tb the satisfac ; toTpkhters.and others, mid llcitconn. :the amount of their bill advertising s: ..j.OldType tingffts onions 19,1847

tion theIlegister.and: Keceiver of the proper ments on cotton,;end all.other;kinds!of country taken iri exchange for new at 9 cts., nfl l'g1t VJ- j
.Jtand OfficG and make;paysnentx therefor a* produce. They.are: agents /or/the celebrated lb ; St. -JJ>'' 'i -T. h--. atCbimbiitancIfufl of Saergyunder'! ?, JjUBBjECGBj:
: after Etowah Mills,.of Cass couny( ,.fromrwhomlthey: -E. immediately.. cwunteracts the jjv JSOCKK. SKLLEBTjiNp JSTATIOICEI ]
o sofnatprfMitic&lle seeing this;1iotice,-and 4 f ''Thb TypVfwlth>whlch.the*NEWS" is influence.. : -
4'.d .4ia before ;th ;,day ..appointed the comraen'ce- are wceklysupplied withFlour,Afresh/ground, printea warcast at this establishmerit M?' rief vel C sttcntof tho:public sale'pf the lands embracing and'equal to tNorthernflour.: Thcy'also ep : \., t""* -.* WffiTJNG :& TAYLOR\ great cause/of mrijaessjr: i )tWe-' Lbo&l3uil&iSh"Si' QbMMifdT

QUth6 tract.chimed,otherwise such claim.will be on ''hand: constantly, ..osnaburgsandyarns.; vs? : "'- Sucwssbrs'to Robert Taylor, ?" ir wiU npt je xp9ct l'pf usi'iir cases of,sbdelicatcjja : -
LtorfeitaL, :: -' from thcr.iEatontqn,,jQartri itL Pknters ranajC exMbi .tificiites bfcure be
-, tr.: 7 l4L.'I ; aturejf o c $ Orderslrpin the country will
fllUUAiU -M. YOUNG, ar-Shw jnanufactpries., yrnich" they sell at 'perfo e l but weHn ure Infilled at the lowest priced '
14o of rise ene'al-Land0fe. the manufacturing prices'. '%_. flQRK, Mackere13utte Ikd 1nri.L hcdoss :iaxchifl84S. 1 :_ 'ii
Ju1y22&1848. lOini, m rch'I1i849.-;_ '.- ; 4fead Pjgars Smokirig Tpbaccp ,lnpa- E&V. 'My/wife being_ greatly disI E'i 41
__ 5J ?r* r"Ji-V. tv* >- "SliS|
-- rs &Cn Jusfe receivedby7Bri sfl irelinftlirij *AfV *itm M t 1'"J *** ** M1 'VlMWalvt v Aid -jfffl
yAr Ti vr .wij Voi*** !
Administrator'sNotice. V TtrimviiV. .JilV'x 1 Jinn fiM.ntft hvv VI *T- *t (r fcTtfef?-. jcy 4 *"-'%
4t : i- i
LJ'/LXfc PERSONS having claimsordemandi! :: ,V, W 8uericonnnlltF by ,1A
-- where t: 'WAcKSOZIL
5 own cases
jw.Lt.joGt1ie ltatt ot4rsopbia Fleming ,j FACT fl ANO.COMjilSSJOR'ttfittCQAlnr- .- *
nediciii eqted' idT alsohearing S. ithai1iai' Ofth CountY
-a-* vsc 't *
LJiNSCOd4OS ontjIlc distnbutionwjii o I Oharlestort Jif3lT :
4 q P ilyjust ieCCiyed Jt recommended|bfsuch cose'ribediV1 iifl itid
4orTiil b llysoli
jjT.M t
'render them in witl3yQ--yearprthoJwi1l *> / 4.T3I i '-i
1icsrJuekLsonTiU obtained 4v"bbitreif
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WJu22:4: yourExtraci'
by-law j Persona|nddbted to said e ;EFGOtC.J,MoDonaldGa,; QM : "j>:Mliiai /dirtIOiyow

-tale.will make payment to- FurthanChaleaton48. C.'iIoLPjfl; n'e.In horeniO.l ltij ojplaintind :

FAUQUIJAR BETItIJNEAdm'r. Elmorc, Charleston, 8. C. : .-.f CF> WT V B W" *M -> iu m -*-f--*-"- S.- ; '< : restored9iej' 'Bein ,

JulyS, 1818. St February 19,: 1848: ly ent1rEcuc4.q tMEu11LO grateful: for.the/befteigt | .-pdCdL-: I tike -


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