The news

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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:
March 17, 1849
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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Florida statesman
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Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)


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be United .
,ell ornas,tbe reql1lslte sam may treaty prcvisionbad.expired: by limit.tion,and exceeding half an ounce:in weight, conveyedeither States! ,. # *IW t permitted return free : &M

noce1; with the td.enisemertFWAYts before he was notified!thereof the'and for coal furnished by United States or by British packets; The above po lase is irrespective, of and beyond jnder special_ protection,' 'to their.;rupwSJ I?I

tntIllot marked with the ,the shop during same time one between a port in the United,States and a port the inland to be ports. *: --. -f>-i 3E w

teqsharfed aieed,will be continued .gnll r.1/)1' '1.Ei'fIfI' hundred. and fifty-six dollars'and nlnetyaghtcents { in the United 'Kingdoft, an ir riD"s rate of. SiaiesTiipon such rate letters; if taken posted in eir the delivered United AjttictrXXL .. ;

fm.7Five I ; eight, pence, or-sixteen cents ; ,and such. postage : therein, according to tbestipnlstions article The.forma uywhich theac between the t

will t. charred for all announce.rtwofevididtiet I. For expenses of an agent in takingthe'n7 shall belong to the which,thepacket ". tt.of: this.ebn.f ttOD, and _lso'1irespcetift.ot: respective.PantOfficesto: the.tranimiioM d: t z
dnllan sus of the North Carolina CKerokees under the the letters is furnished.ARTJCLI -
I 'conveying connyance''or letters cnt3
Aludbeyoud: theses.rate such are to be made ? Sfl
for. othee.Oset4itre j: fourth section of the act of twenty-ninth Jwyoeight ,II. T : --' At able according to thstipnlattons upon letters pay time and mddein which payment' shall] ettadJ1 ''f

.hl** .I ,ont ba< '' *" n hundred and, forty eight, four hun There shall be charged. .by.the Post .Ofce oftlie'UnitFed The rale of postage_ h betaken by(article the L. by either.Post OflBceto the other,together .
and Creditor., : t 700 rived dollars all'letters ex-r all other
Kingdom not
N' to Debtor ; upon States! Fostpffice, upon'letters in measures of detail ariJiDg.out ofthe. $.
is boll for Let1e"of A1lminiatntion soonoricw For continuing the collecting and digesting ceedjngihalf ounce in'weight, posted in,the Unlted.States, either by British.or. United the stipulationaof the present conventionahaUU 2t s
by .
ln reipul will be inserted p tuitdmitaWe of such statistics and materials as may illustratethe United Kingdom>fd forwarded to theIInited8tateaana'deUnied States"packets,from.the United: settled between the Post Offices \

ST' history, the present condition; and future in the'United_ Kingdom to, Jbe forwarded through,the United Kingdom States, and libte after{the' exchange tieratificationVS-- .*,

'tom'L prospects of the Indian tribes of the U States, whether;such.letters shall |b& conveyed, 'British the.cplonipt to the present convention. fIt
communications will of
personal or,possessions the United States. J
jAll fire thousand dollars or by United States packets: an inland is also agreed. that the *8 Ia
; "** po s'- or.of the United Kingdom, or,tb, those tern measures of detail
d at.denllmpnu. For of this carried ta'ge rate of ions ,half '8 mentioned in the ;
h ; re-appropriation sum. ( penny penny ties which, according to the law'of the United present article may be modi* '.*
S J. Allbift for Job Printing must be Pid on the to the surplus fund:),. subsistence, and There shall charged,by,the Poet Office of States+, are beyond the limit of their..establish fled by the two Post Officeawhenev.r, by m.. 18
wnrk. clothing of the of miners and the United States,. all letters not exceeding tual consent those offices J i.
4.1iT-rj0y ni the company sappers, upon ed post routes, ,1 or foreign countries and shall have derided
All eoramunic i
ACartttlt & GIU.VTT. fHllt gefHSiL of the act of May fifteenth,eighteen hun States'and forwarded to the United!King is i ,now, .or which may hereafter, be taken the Post Office service of the two countries. )l
Bred and forty-six, twenty-three thousand two dom, or brought from the United Kingdom and the United States Post Office letters, AJLTICLX xxii. ,1 1 i

7 jAVFllflR1TY.ACT hundred and fifty-nine dollars and forty cents ; delivered in the United States, whether such whether,by.sea or land upon, to or from such conveyed \ The.present convention is concluded for u : j
To enable'the Clerk of the house to furnish letters shall be conned by United States or colonies indefinite period. It cannot be annulled '
possessions si
$ AND BBSOMJTIONS to members of the House the books authorized by.British packets, an inland postage rate of countries, respectively, territories when posted at or the foreign either of the two governments BiceP'after the, 1S

by the resolution of the seventh August, sight five cents. of arrival port expiration of a year's notice given to the other r
or delivered .at the of SLAKTTCLE
PISSED teen hundred and forty-eight, seventy-six ARTICLE IIL of the :. government. J
packets the i
conveying mails
THE thousand dollars; Upon all letters posted in one country,and between, the United States and the United xxm. 't

PlTBUC-NO. I.] For copying abstracts from old sea journals, delivered in the other these rates of postage, Kingdom.The The present convention shall be ratified by
[ for the 'wind and current charts," and, for both sea and inland, shall be combined into one above is the President of the United States by and with
ACT to extend certain privileges to the postage irrespective of and beyond it
15 of duties books charts and rate, of which in advance shall be the advice and consent of the
of Whitehall, in the State of New York. payment on maps, payment ,optional the inland rate to be taken in the United i Senate thereof v :
torn instruments imported for the use of the navy, in either country. It shall, however, and by her Britannic Majesty and the .
; ratifi
exacted the Senate and House Kingdom upon such letters if posted or delivered :f.
Be it by of ReprftHtatites
four thousand dollars. And from and after not be permitted to pay less than the whole therein cations shall be exchanged at London withht1
of the United States of Amenta in according to the stipulations of 1 '
the thirtieth of June next all books combined rate. three months from the date thereof. "
maps, article II It shall
C.nesarembled, That the President of theCniteil ; of this convention, and also irrespective 1
charts, mathematical; nautical instruments, ARTICLE 1'With I come into operation as soon as possible
of and the the-
States on the recommendation of theo.l'CI'eta.ryafthe beyond sea rate such letters Vii.
philosophical apparatus, and all other articles respect to letters above the, weight of: : exchange of the ratifications. V;
be authorized to payable according to the stipulations of i t
Treasury, extent whatever, imported for the use of the U. States, half an ounce, each country shall be at liberty' article LThere In witness whereof, the respective pleniec- *l lf
of Whitehall the \\l
to the town conferred certain sime: privily shall be imported free of duty, anything in the to employ as regards the collection of the I shall be excepted from"I the above tentiaries have signed the same, and hate dix.- 'tO

l ai are on ports named act of July thirtieth, eighteen hundred and whole combined rate the scale of progressionin : letters and stipulations i ed thereto the seals of their arms. *

iatbeMTcnth section of an act, entitled "An forty-six, entitled u An act reducing the duty operation in its own territories for charging United newspapers passing throughthe Done at London the fifteenth day of December *
: -
aa.l1oW'iog drawback foreign merchandise Kingdom, to and from France, as to f
upou and for other to the inland rates of. in the of our Lord
on imports purposes, contrary postage. which certain year one thousand eiffhl-- "
exported in the original packages to Chi notwithstanding ARTICLE V. rates are fixed by the postal convention hundred and forty-eight. I r
and Santa Fe in Mexico und the ; existing between that and the *
kuihuti North American, For salary of the secretary to sign patents The United States engage to grant to the United Kingdom. But the two I: [LoSe GEORGE BANCROFT. 11>]

British provincesndjoiningthtnitet e for public lands, fifteen hundred dollars ; United Kingdom the transit in closed mails., parties to invite France to contracting [L. S.] PALAIER STOb. Jf
third March agree enter into
States, passed eighteenhwdred To pay two messengers in the Pension Office, through the territory of the United States, oi'the communication with And whereas the said convention has been *
without of
and in the of time I
forty-fire, manner ,
prescribed ,
the contained in said section. in addition to those now employed, at the rate correspondence and newspapers from the in order to effect such arrangements for the duly ratified on both parts, anti the respective* %%

bj proviso of four hundred dullars each per annum for United Kingdom to the British North American-- of letters and and ratifications of the same were exchanged at *' K
ROBT. C. WLNTHROP conveyance news, closed
the lust two quarters of the current fiscal year, can provinces, and from those provinces the the London j on the 26th day of January last by **
Speaker of the House of Representatives.G. mails through territories of the United f
four hundred dollars United Kingdom, at the rate of inland postageto George Bancroft Envoy it
M. DALLAS. 1 ; States, of the United Kingdom, and of France : Extraordinary and
FOt furnishing sixteen rooms in the new be charged under this convention for letters Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States
Vice President of the United States and respectively,as may be most conducive to the j't
President of the Senate. building occupied by the Pension Office, at an and .newspapers between the United Kingdomand interests of the three countries. of America, at the Court of St. James, and the' I

average of one hundred dollars per room, for the United States. Right Honorable Henry John Viscount Palmers- f*
Approved January 10, 1848. desks tables, shelves, book- A British officer shall be ton her Britannic ;
JAMES K. POLK. carpets matting. permitted to accompany Letters posted in the United States addressed Majesty's rincipal Secretary V>

cases, chairs, and other necessary articles, six- the closed mails during their transit. to the British North American provinces, or of State for Foreign Affairs on the part of ;
teen hundred dollars ARTICLE VI. their respective governments:, \ ,rn
[PCBUC-No. 2.1] For compensation; to the commissioner in On the other hand her Britannic Majesty rice versa, when not conveyed sea, shall be Now therefore belt Ifinown "itat L JAMES 1'It!
the the charged according to the rates of which
ACT act
AX postage
supplemental to approved Chinn, under the act to carry into effect certain engages to grant to the United States the trap K. POLtr.Preaident-'the United SUtes of .3r
are now or which shall hereafter be !
sixth day of July eighteen hundred and for- provisions in the treaties between the United sit in closed mails, through the British North in ,the United States in operation America,have eased up said convention 1 fi"*
entitled <;Au certain and in the British : I
act ,
land tj-two Louisiana.:'confirming States and China and the Ottoman Porte, of American provinces, of the correspondence and North American Provinces for inland letters. made public to the end that the same, and. Sf,
cliims in
eleventh August eighteen hundred and forty newspapers from,one part ,of the territory of ARTICLE XIV. every clause and article thereof, may be observed 1

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rfprettntatires eight, five hundred and eighty-three dollars and the United States to any other part of the territory Upon all letters.posted in t& United and fnllfiiled with good faith by the Uai- .'
/ the United States of America in States
of the United ted States and the citizens .
thirty-three cents; States at rates not exceeding thereat.
and addressed
the British
Congress assembled, That a further term of two For compensation to the consuls of the United the rates of inland postage now charged to North American In witness'--.whereof I, have hereunto set ay. t
and the of this provinces, or versa, the rotes of postage ;
years from after pusmige act, Suites at the five ports in China, viz:- or to be hereafter charged, in the North fixed by the preceding article shall be combinedinto hand and caused the seal of the United States I 1 iS I
be. and the is conceded to locate
same hereby, American to be affixed. |
Fuchow and provinces- to the, _
Kwangchow Amoy, Niugpo according distancesuch :
rate of which
the one in advance r
claim named and alluded to in the third payment
hanghae, under the same act, two thousand closed mails may be conveyed within. the shall be both in Done at the city of Weshington this fifteenth
optional, the United States I'
tad sixth ifctions of the act to which this ncti5l1upplemenl I 1
nine hundred and sixteen dollars and sixty- I North American provinces. and in the British North American Province e day of FebrttarI,in the Ye of our Lord
,and therein designated as claimnUlUber 1 An officer of the United shall ((1. one thousand hundred
seven cents; | States be per It shall, however, not be permitted to less s.j eight and forty '
eight.Approyed January 19. 1849. For outfit of a charge d'affaires to the Papal :, mitted to accompany the closed mails during than the whole rate. pay nine and in the seventy-third of the is- :S

States, per act first of May, eighteen hundred their transit ARTICLE XV. dependence. of the United States. ; >

and ten, four thousand five hundred dollars; i ARTICLE VIL The rates to be taken JAMES K. POLE.' : w
PccLic on :
[ -No.3.JAN J newspapers published
For contingent expenses of the Senate, one The United States further engage to grant to in the United when By the President: h

, ACT to continue the office of the Commissioner hundred and twenty-three thousand dollars; the United Kingdom the transit in closed mails, the United Kingdom Kingdom, and the conveyedbetween United JAMES BCCHANA, Secretary of State. : '.

of Pensions: For of the House of Representatives through the United States .
contingent expenses or through any States, either by British or by United States

Eli enacted ly the Senate and house of Repo- fifty thousand dollars, includingthe country where the. post communication maybe packets, shall be one penny for each newspaperin Cannibalism in Ttjit.-The Fejee" J -
Kutatiiet of the failed States of America in Con compensation of a clerk to the Sergeaut-at- under the control or management of the the United and eyr i
Kingdom, two cents in.the Islanders indulge in.the'delectable
frets aurlmbledThat, theuutkurity given to continue grins, at the rate of four dollars per day, during United States, of letters and newspapers for United States: Conversely, no higher charge* prac t
the office of Commissioner warded from the United its colonies lice of broiling and eating human bodies tiI
ot Pensions by the present session ; Kingdom, than those above stated, shall be made by the .i

tin net of the fourteenth of Jan, eighteen hun For completing the three rooms in the Capi or possessions, to_ any other British colony or British or by the United States Post Office, or and they train their children to the ?

dred mid forty-six, entitledAn act to continue tol of Iowa, set apart for the use of the United possession, to the United Kingdom, its coloniesor newspapers published in the United States either taste by rubbing, the flesh over the in > "i

the once of Commissioner of Pensions, be exten States courts, under a resolution of the General l possessions. when despatched from that first
country .or lips. practice >
t i ded uutil further legislation by Congress; and Assembly of Iowa, approved January twenty- ARTICLE VITI. when delivered in the United Kingdom. succeeds admirably .: M;

, that laid Commissioner shall receive the same two, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, one Her Britannic Majesty engages, on her part, I There shall be no accounts between the two according to a recent publish *t; !

I rate of compensation which was paid to him thousand one' hundred and eighty-six dollar to grant to the United States the transit in I offices for the transmission of ed account from a missionary, for wo, IiIp

:. daring the year ending December thirty-first, and seventy-two cents: Provided Thut, before closed mails, through the United Kingdom, or each office shall retain the postage it newspapers shall have; find that the practice .is general, and r.

eghtecnhundred and lorty-vigbu any money be paid under this appropriation, through any country where the post communication charged, according to the preceding ,tip?la I that a slice of humanity is better rel-
the said be ceded the be under the control 11'.
Approved January 19, Ib4i/ apartments by proper authorities may or management tions. .
of the State of Iowa for the use of the of the United Kingdom, of letters and ARTICLE XS 1. ishable than any other kind of food.- ,

prIlLlc-So 4.] courts of the United Mates, until qi her arrange newspapers forwarded from the United States, Some of Fejeeans carry their .epicurean r '
The rate of be r
AN ACT to supply deficiencies in the appropriations ments for the accommodation of the courts be their colonies, or possessions, to any other colony postage to charged in the United gust so far that they not merely 1 .t

fur the service of the fiscal year en made by the United States; or possession of the United States or to any United Kingdom States upon newspapers in to and from the kill and eat their enemies but lire '. *, .

ding the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred For bringing to the seat of government the foreign country, and from any foreign country,, passing transit through the up *t
I mad forty-nin votes for President and Vice President of the or from any colony or possession of the United ; United Kingdom, shall be one penny for each on their friends, and these are frequent .

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep.I United States, nine thousand dollars; States, their colonies or possessions. j i newspaper, except where a lower rate is provided ly eaten raw The Chief of.Ragi-Res- "..ti

roofer in of the United Stater tf Amrica in For the employment in the Adjutant Gene ARTICLE IX.. by any treaty between the United King gi i has been known to have' a good j|1.

btgrtst assembled, That the follow ing sums he, i ral's office of two temporary clerks for the lastI When letters shall be forwarded in closed i postage dom and to a'be'foreign charged country in the;United and the States rate of ply of human flesh in his box, salted sup 1?

: Md the same are hereby, appropriated to half of the current fiscal year, one thousand mails under the stipulations of articles v, yi, np .
sup I down and
has i
: ply deficiencies in the appropriatiuns for the dollars; and for the contingent expenses of the vn, or TIII of the present convention- the payment : on newspapers to and from the United Kingdom lived upon has. his daily t.arr '

I Service of the fiscal year ending the thirtieth Pension Office for the last and the current fiscal to be made to the Post Office of the Uni passing in 'transit through the UnitedStates food, seldom eating any other kind of ,

r of June eighteen hundred and forty-nine out ; years, five thousand five hundred and sixty ted Kingdom or of the United States, as the shall be two cents for each newspaper. flesh. The flesh of women is rather .l

a f My money in the treasury not otherwise ap six dollars and forty-five cents; case may be, shall be made by the ounce,according I ARTICLE XVII. better than the ,Best of men \ and elithe r

i preprinted namely; For six swords ordered to be presented bye to the net weight of the letters, at two Periodical works, not of daily,publication. Chief *. .si I''
1 For contingent expenses of the General Landyict I '-e joint resolution approved March second, rates to the ounce, with the addition of twenty I: posted in the.United Kingdom or in the United wants something very deli-- 11 ItI..

t to cover deficiency in appropriation eighteen hundred and forty-seven, nine thousand five per cent on the amount 'of postage to com* |I States, may be'forwarded+ from one country;to cate, or, in case many bodies are be- JR\

fo parchment, the increase required to satisfy dollars; pensate for the loss that would otherwise be the other;'either by British, by,United :3tates fore him, a child is roasted"for his re ,i.'r i.

i '"ttUrj locations being much greater than was For instruments necstary for the,astronomical sustained by .this mode of computatione I.. packets by.means of the two, officers, .under; past. Mr. Hunt asserts, and other missionaries > 44

! :-unateO, four thousand dollars; observations directed to be made in tb ARTICLE X. the following conditions namely: confirm 'it that the ;
: For southern by the act of August which 1st There shall be no accounts between the f
contingent expenses of the Office of the hemisphere The country sends or receives closed word '
I It 'R.wetter of the Treasury for amount due on aa third, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, and mails through the other, is to render an account '' two officers for the transmission' of such works: banguage"eantiitns'no for a corptej ,. :

$ "wafer printing and binding blank books for freight and expenses on the same, six, thou of the letters and newspapers sent or re each office shall*-rewn'th- postage it shall v 'hayecharged. but the word they use, bakbla,. conveys x t

I fl tor the entry of the collf ctorJ quarterly return sand four hundred dollars. ceived in such closed mails, an i to account to the idea'of eating the'dead. This is. \Ii iI

tttt commerce and navigation of their several Approved January 26) 1649. such country for the postage due thereon. 2dly.' They must be' .sent *in bands or covers their 'war cry when one of their'- -
at the sides, or end BO that b enemy t
they :
$ open may e ,
r' ,wae hundred and five dollars is
XI. slain and his x *
t 1ar seventy ; A PROCLAMATION. ARTICLE easily examined. body found :' "Here is '

! of the governor and su rft+ten- in the United Addressed shall t in' : dead to' be '" I,1!
: ti.t UIW&lIlfairs Whereas convention'' between the United Letters posted 'states 3dly. They be every respect'ant body eaten -tb "w'ord'ihey
Oregon from a
.!k oaeh August eighteen hundred Territory and ,fort y- States of America, and her Majesty the Queen tp foreign countries, and intended to' 4 jest to the condition prescribed by' the laws use is bakolal 'They also' nffirrh af Ii
transit through the UnIted'Kingdom shall and of both countries.
.t.a the Britain and regulations that within the last '
thirtieth of June of the United Kingdom of Great -four oneV .
eighteen hun- years folly
dr Office The bi levied viri "
ed q4 be,delivered to the Britim.Paat' free of rates to Great Britain as .'
fort3-ui at three thousand dollars Ireland was concluded and signed at London, thousand people have been
killed with
Iper an all United States postage, whether packet orintan'd well on the above mentioned works addressed .
;, lied re rum and, Per act fourteenth August eighteen on the fifteenth day of December, in the year V and letters from foreign countrfes addressed I to the United States, as on those from the'United I I i tri twenty miles 'of Vewaj'and that'they- -

forty-eight, two thousand six bun of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and United States I States addressed Great'Britain 1, : I IIS
4re4 r -,M fight dollars and seventy-four cents forty-eight which convention ii,word for word, to the passing in transit to shall be. keep far within "compass, heo'they* '
; the shall be delivered followaJ.!
wtsti1ries of the through United Kingdom as say that of these: slainj'five 'hundred
justice and two asJudges as follows: to'thV' United States ost' Office* tied of alBritish 1 I 1st For every:work not exceeding two ounces : $ ft
pf States of America and ber Majesty | have been There ,
Oregon Territory, at two The United are probably i f
SO+usad .postage whether packet or inland" : in weight, one penny. \ Jo'
-t.Q Act dollars each per annum from four the Queen of the United Kingdom' of In the case of.those countries., to which pterscannot 2dly. For every work above,two ounces in none who can read 'this account '.rfo' Jit

t' s tJur1leth 8 ns t. eighteen June hundred and forty Great Britain and Ireland relations, being existing desirous between to { tie>forwardedf unless r the' Britishpostage '': weight, and .not exceeding. three ounces sixpence will envy the Fejee-ns their taste, r. M

I, to? eighteen hundred and promote the friendly be paid, inladvance:; ; such BritishTpos*' I wish to be considered in the dftheir H.
and subjects by;pla category .
b snit P"suty-six act dollars, five thousand two their respective communications citizens by, post between, the tage shall,be collected in the United States,.(in 3dly. For every work:above three'ounces in friends. R*,,1
and he
eQti twenty-nine ting addition to the United 'statesj.teotpost.agt2)nd eight not exceeding Tour, ounces, eight 1 tt.r.
States and those of q
For territories of the United accounted for to the British Post Offices ; ptnce. -I .' r, ,-. } .

l from aaIar, of the Secretary *Oregon Terri- her Britannic Majesty upon a more liberal and In the case of those/jountries which 1st.. 4thly; And ter every ounce above four up to, The house' where Thomas Corwirt: i ,,

d r and
t.D' aDd eight f, to thirtieth Jane r eigh! a conTention for this purpose, is to :' postage'be.paid in advance"jucb.United' of such articles' by tke Britishoffice) feet aq ante, with pne-dQflr and two.small, rl l
( that
dortrJ. rty-nlDe at fifteen plenipotentiaries say ,
their "
died hun- as States postage shall be cclleetetf in Xbe PIU fed two'-pence "additional-every.fractlon-. an windows in
pereonn, per ame act President of the United. States' by and '1 cQunty,KePtuck .
Sued I h ,one thou Kingdom; (in additton'tothtBnitiah postage,) ounce being reckoned as s'f'JlronDC8.l, a ; ; !
1'-1tigh: dred and QxteeD dollars and fif- with the, advice and consent of-
for salaries 1o Qist thereof, George Bancroft.}a citizen of the U!* Office., States on'suniUr works," addressed lady,whp ,resided, :th ere, ij.-. Wr$>'..CMC?, s r

' otQn gon T"m! and marsh ted States r.their,envoy extraordinary and minister ioor,coming--from the i.United,States; shall noi your house begins tp bok,a, iitlle olL'f. t
t y 1 from fourteenth Plenipotentiary to her Britannic Majesty: exceed the';rates to tbt charged fia"the'United ; *?
Ed The rate of postage to be tatyn tie British "Ye, iir, there lied. jiIs old and Ifcout
thirtieth And .her Mjjesty the Queen-otftheU+u t : -;.: .E4-*-.3 '. -f. ..,, _, t-' f .
*' : "> '-
b and tort y-acne, *ttwoaet. Kingdom of Great,'Britain and.Irelano e- Post CntcVtipon letters ariiriAg' in the JW It,6".J...., rAttTtt. &yuLv_ of fashion but it must niter-
dot iota wch United from, the.Unittil:States, ei.tHerbyi : <- '' *"f-- *r-1'r'
thte per annuJn per lame bonor tle'.Htnrj' JobniViscount Palmer Kingdom : edprbile: .I litre,' /or Jprn. WtA ,
right 'bkta'noi "xaeeSl
htidrtd 'nited.8tat. Prbit : :therrii'of h{ i
and finy- ,Ireland member Britishor by. paekels; .... i rI
Peer of I
<* dollars and a bora ]
eight stonvBwron 1 -Wbile..he-okeJbe.'itJ..a rt
; iF in .
hdnoruwe and to be forwarded through:the..UnitedliingdonltOTColonlesor.ijKwsesaions.'ofilheUoited- posted the"Unitef : t
.o.r the tweet prbUon'or thts of her Britannic'ldalest'most ofParlwuentKnigh.Grand L. oriathe'Um cf 6f deo; fofwaraed.trom.; tor;" tays 'he. could 'teethe'; / fn'o '**'

It.t.h sTl'{+ur fund,) being for the lUll (canied Privy Council Cross'of a;.the member most honorable Order'of' Kiucdom,or:of h.a United flutft, fortign i; one connt"'totlitl'otberaeitherbj'11rItIah'or6 y"" flashtlnlhir eye- -! :Tfils-ls /niatft; : a i

_Ielatrl..for ipss t tlDentJ cattle,and purchase 1Z1eCbanie_t' tbe'Batb; sad?hu:Britannia Mr>3 eat y'. P tin c : .eoant s ria'Dd ,.xrrr--ahall be.hhttahi e United States packets, by'taeastof the two oft- ed i! el 41g \1 t ; t tabs: -1; Mi' i I
td1JJ.t.awu-an4 ; the rate which is iowy r *McK may.her*? .t.tJiet drtltetPandaalleti'tll S51itiauaa '1-
ChipP"' Affairs:. ; as, mJ\e tt
&II' 'estiP SecreUty.of Sute for foreign u. 1 works Q_ i c Jiia.D alimttc m
nnh'd&aHOf.tke i ;hake JbyithtrBritisbiPoatf OScd npbidI dI ) I
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! '. n' ..'.:. Movements of the.Protectionists,' 'TfteT iBMYesterday iriir..t.Pni U..T J.--.I' 'l: W 1: of the The following-WsolntionV' -nW4ed : '-:-... 111
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General .
. at 12 o'clock, -i it.JACKSONVILLE ,
.,'1".. ..T There are many indications tbat the the office of :to .. Jioth'Houm 'of'the MiLegjsfaturein Ill
; .. ,... : session Taylor was formally: inducted into 1'-" bill establishing The Home Depart.meat'change : .ijj)
:ij Manufacturers will, at the next President of these United States. *-/i" ii"* %j;< *
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: \ the Senate"aDu f.1\ ar
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{ been t.
'' j" J: of Congress make a _powerful! and desV The ,which took place in lront.or :; I

,}".. ':.:,t.!..;,. perate effort to again fasten upon the the Capitol ceremony, was attended by thousands of the the list formerly reported. The.following Iy, nd"ln'be..Houae with bato.d: ;.' _

. ',.-"., .\w country a high protective tariff. The assembled citizens who had there congregated, gentlemen have been-appointed by sentient, and he happened to"\"i. ,-
1. .. ,. New York Post polishes the to witness one of the most august and imposing \ p.
..:, .r'' I' 'Evening ; spectacles that could be presented to' a free President TAYLOR, and confirmed by Whig : ;- '
ir: : following circular, which has been put people-the investment of the power in an individual MARCH 17, 1849. Resolved, That in the present ,
.: ., :J''I';'.1".,;:}'t {forth by the Protectionists of Philadelphia to exercise and -administer the laws the Senate: deliberations of Congress upon It te II<

.L q \.1.' ., :- which they have themselves enacted.' Tile, New ,AdraiBlstratioa. I J. !:CLAYTON, of Del, Secretary of_ State \ > slavery In the Territories of thekusatts t1ni:(. it

.l'. ...,'; 184 The following is the Address made by the W.M.MKREDITH: ofPennn> Treasury; will-fail to do her duty lfsi
r -
:J Ja' The Cabinet of Gen.' '
t ;,.1 of office T OI.wBG of Ohio Home gain utter her -upoathiJjl4! 41'
.h1 manufacturers PrtaidentpreTioUi to taking the oath : ; Department;
SIR : A meeting of C .
those deliberations. T: .
character is ; ?
and its
: selected
- : L Elected the American people to the highest been now we H. CRAWFORD, of Os., War Department; "
.. 't't J: and merchants, held in New York some by Buol>>edf That Congress baa T4 'c)
.t..,4. '.",'r 1!j j< weeks since, with a view of eliciting office known to our laws, I appear Constitution here to known by the people. No one can saY W. PRESTON, of Va, Navy Department;.f legislate upon the subject ef slavery buy,?" tf'\

1. ,.," ..:i information and exchanging opinions in take the oath prescribed by the honored that it is not Whiggish enough for the JACOB COU.AMIR: ,Vt, Postmaster General ; ritones of the Union; f'
,, .' with time custom *
I. a
.f.. .' .... and in compliance cised such:power from the ado0''t lit
: ".*i:: regard to the protection of our national to address those who are now assembled. The most ultra FederaUlt'JWe i RZVERDT JOHNSON, Md7 Attorney General stitution to the present'time; and ,. ? ;
.. ._. "'f.I 1_ industry, was attended by gentlemen confidence and respect'shown by my countrymen the realization iaton's Successor.It duty to exercise thepow.r for tat JS ,.t
I. have to ITIr.
,. .t.. .: from New England New York, Penn- in calling me to be the Chief Magistrateof now expect exclusion of the instiUUionfroataesi2! If(
: '. :: the Republic, holding a high rank among which that the election of Mr.
e 3 valua- of those golden were appears rica that are free and for the ** I'
,' ''. sylvania and Maryland. Very with ; eztlDCt1oatft'..
? _AI- the nations of the earth, bos inspired me di
: sarnein Tfrritones where .
'" ".' f and read but held out to as during the WALES by the Legislature of Delaware, it exist* ,
''i.. : ble papers were produced feelings of the most profound gratitude; eo temptingly R'tohei. That when CongI'eUrariI "f

..':.cJr .J '..J:;;: and much energy of purpose was man- when I reflect that the acceptance baa bestowed of the office canvass. The spirit of WASHINGTON : to fill the unexpired term of Mr. CLAY ernments for: the Territories of CiUronr 4..

:"J'.r'".t!...!-ir .. ifested ; and even tbe merchants. whose which discharge their partiality of the most arduous duties imposesthe andinvolves and all the good features of the Presidents I TON is rather odious to the good Whigs New Mexico it will be Its dt t t Jiata
,: J.: interests the side of free trade therein the fundamental principle of tiilanee ::
.41 ; were on I 0
the am con
: t-, r weightest obligations, who succeeded him are to ani of that State. What is most singular,. of 1787 'the k
: upon subject ef ilav
,,. themselves decidedly favorable I have been called .,
\. ,. t. .: : expressed scious that the position which 'to..
;, .-.f,.1" ;.'.- .. to the object of the meeting. The to fill, though sufficient to satisfy the loftiest mate the councils of Gen. T.A YLOR.- is the fact that, in their estimation, his chided end that therefrom the institution beyond may be ptrptt.n_II. ,IE:
J. enJ'1diAet--S
!. ; :.. course to be pursued by the manufacturers ambition, surrounded by fearful responsi- The party of "all the decency and all only merit consists in his being an unmitigated certainty.: ."

.. .::.:.'..1. ,. : in the present exigency, was bilities. Happily, however, in the be performance the talents11 in and must abolitionist. The Wilmington Retained, That the slave trade m i&1 l
-{'..... ,, ,- : of my new duties, I shall ndt without are power,
, ( I exist in the District of I tc
.,::. ,"I.. t largely discussed ; and as able co-operation. The Legislative and Judicial out the promises of the Allison (Del.) Blue Hens' Chickens," a duty Congress r I' -:
4 ., carry immediately to
..,--' ; ... i received from Washington leftxno hope branches of the Government present prom- ,
"" ... ,.f'... ;! perfecting anymeasureat the present inent examples of distinguished civil attainments letter. Although he professed to seek i leading Whig journal says,-:-"we hope um,"Retohed That tc

'\f"J'', '::....:. ; session of it was determined and national experience, and it shall be the nomination 'of neither party,-although to have one certain vote for the non-ex in the District, Columbia slavery ought not to .jg
Congress, :
:".,:., 4'...; my endeavor to call to my assistance in the Ex- and that&.b tb :
u4. #. .,; ,1, ,:,;<..: that the organization thus begun should ecutire department, individuals whose talents, he claims to be the President of i tension of Slavery. A correspondentin duty of Congress to devise the most'jnst :pno.' U
.ZLl ;). 'f., ., ticable, and expeditious mode ..
their labors will for abo1t.\c.
:> be continued and that integrity and purity of character furnish
.!I.: t' the people, it is now plain what will be the same paper writes thus : the sam 'C
:, ... should be intermitted until success ample guarantees for the fajthful and honorable .
,..-.. .'.".,.J'.. : not performance of the trusts to be committedto the course of Gen. TAYLOR. The Ad- "There is one redeeming feature about Mr. u Resolved ,That the lepUUon point! cit .
" .' .,._,., .J; ;: crowned. their efforts. their charge. With such aids and an honest Wales ; he has been one of the leaders of the in the foregoing R ,: dots: not violate bat "
-T'a..' ,!l.{ It was thought special importance purpose to do whatever is right, I hope to execute ministration will be thoroughly Whigin abolition societies, and although he is reportedto pursues, the compromises between ihs'Norfc* !

..... "... .:.. .',,<* to open an early communication with diligently impartially, and for the best its measures, and Gen. TAYLOR will have abjured his anti-slatery opinions, he and South, that secured the adoption ef tie 1.o.

'.... ,,''.,. .. [ the cabinet of Gen. Taylor, to make the interests of the country, the manifold duties become its tool. It will ad- probably may go tor the Wilmot Proviso, which, Constitution nnd that, as our fowfctheri ia-
.t.f.'. ,i.. ?: and furnish his devolved upon me in the discharge of these du unwilling in the opinion Home, may hide some imperfections tended to secure the non- xCenl oD of tlavm
':4.,..": :t't >;' proper impression, to vocate a Bunk upon the authority of in other respects. To bring about \'!r. while they were seeking to establuh"the'Union!
;,; .:4\r.: .j Secretary of the Treasury with the details ties.My guide will be the Constitution, which I Wales' election and other movements, it is supposed 80 we.their 4 &.endan in seeking to secnwttii

.,...r'I!,'.-.'-"'-" .5 necessary for a just revision of our swear this day to preserve, protect and defend. WASHINGTON and we shall hear JEFFERSON Mr. Clayton promised one member from non-extension: of slavery, are actingin tiu'vWspirit '

." ..t'" :.; tariff. The time had arrived, it was For the interpretation ot that Constitution, I quoted justify the doctrine of this county a Contulship, another the Revenue in which that Union was founded. ';'' -J t

S_'.'f. ..'.:,:' believed, when the business men of the shall look to the decision of the judicial tribu- office at Port Penn, &e, & ::;,:: nals established by its authority, and to the high protection.But Adjournment of
;:.:; '"...'. [ country should unite in a continuous practic of the Government under the earliest Scene* in C-.m.. COUpt_ "

:.t'.,."..'.;' .. I..;1. effort to accomplish the great object of Presidents, who had so large a share in its for in welcoming the new administration Our telegraphic report in yesterday's paper The National Intelligenc be.6t&. l{

i, ,I.4'. : protection for our home market, upon mation. To the example of these patriots I we must not forget to bid adieuto failed to gin the closing proceedings of the inst. .aysr:_The last day's aitlitgaj

...,e..;':'.f'.. ;. such a moderate and well adjusted basis shall always refer with deference, and especially the old. When the virulence of par. Senate. This omission we supply] from a report the second pesnionof theThirteriir? Bgres .' 1f
, to his example who was by so titles in the PennsyIranian.
l Sr F......e.J...'' .k*. us cannot be easily shaken. the Father of his Country. To command the ty malevolence has subsided, truth and At half-past 12 o'clock the general appropriation was extended, with thenetjfnYiji i ; -at
(J.'. In this effort expenses in printing, bill received from the with of an hour or so from eleven '1
, .. ..'r army and navy of the Uuited States-with the was House o'clock 60
will estimate its merits the
-, justice by
..,- ... :; travelling and collecting information, advice and consent of the Senate, to make treaties amendments.Ir. Saturday morning until sunrise've t :
.. :. &
,,;...J. 1.i .-'.I' :..\. r'[ will be incurred, and the undersigned, and to appoint ambassadors and other offi beneficial effects of its wise policy.To .- Webster moved to concur and Mr. Hunter day morning. By the lists of aetspu. I

).;. "..L p.11" v appointed for that purpose, solicit a cers-to give to Congress information of the the Democratic party it has formedan to adhere. sed, it will be perceived that all thm f
,, "t'... :' state of the Union, and recommend such measures Mr.Foote, in spite of earnest remonstrances., *
. .".. ..! ? contribution from you, and your cooperation as he shall judge to be necessary-and to era never to be forgotten. Under proceeded to speak upon the subject.Mr. nual nppropriation bills have becom* ;

,.,''"J.'f- :*. in every part of this underta- take care that the laws shall be faithfully exe Mr Polk the doctrine of high protection Mason moved to strike out the section laws, though as we had foreseen, not 'I

.,,:,: ..v.. cuted. These are the most important functions continuing the laws in California until July without severe conflict us well in tb.
.. ,; king.A intrusted to the President by the Constitution, has been successfully confuted. A next. Ruled out of order. (
. ..- number of gentlemen who have Committee as in the two Houses in 1
. .r i ,
and it may be expected that .I shall briefly indicate Various propositions were submitted which
in defence national
, glorious war of our
'/tf.. 1: :.<.. been consulted on the subject, have the principles which will control me in led to much excitement. which more excitement and unpleaswnt

.,".. .: :" agreed to raise the amount assessed on their execution. honor has been carried through from Mr. Davis of Muss moved the appointment of feelings were manifested than has per. :

-,:.": t..f& .: Philadelphia, in sums of twenty-five Choren by the body of the people, under the victory to victory. Vast territorial acquisitions a Committee of ont'ederacy with view of pur. haps ever before been witnessed at the '
dollars each instead of asking larger assurance that my administration would be devoted ging the bill of every proposition for a California close of a session. 1
t',1",1. ; ": to the welfare of the whole country, and have been made, which are Government Not entertained.An .
.. .. .:' sums from a few. The amount now The general appropriation bill wi
.P-#' '. not to the support of any particular section, or exciting debate occurred in connectionwith
:;,;'::.:... '...; proposed to be collected will be sufficient merely local interest, I this day renew the'declaration glittering with the treasures of the this subject between Messrs. Cussj: Turner, barely saved at the latest moment t, ;

....,".',> .::' for the whole effort, extending beyond I have heretofore made and proclaimed, earth. The finances of the country Borland and Allen. through the perseverance und patriotic
t-' '':..II my fixed determination to maintain to the extent Mr. Foote protested against proceeding as
;/ the present year and through the were never in a more prosperous con efforts of those gentlemen in both lioo-
(".,. a ".. : of my ability, the government in its original the term had expired.Mr. .
.( (: ']' next Congress. As it would occupy and dition. diminishedrate set who were not willing to see the I
.. purity, to adopt as the basis of my Notwithstanding a Cameron raised a point of order duringthe
',i, "... .I.. [] much time of the committee to call up- public pclicy, those great: republican doctrines of duties the has discussion: when Mr. Foote walked np to wheels of the government stopped, ot
10. public revenue
. '. ,.. on those interested, you will confer n which constitute the strength of our nation's him. Warm words were passed between them, impeded by withholding the supplies

.1?..' ..' ..'.'<'.*/: great favor by sending the above a- existence. In reference to he army and navy vastly augmented. At home and a. when Mr.Foote shook his fist in tbe face of Mr. keep them in motion. Such was yei
"....';' mount to David S. Brown, No. 38 South: lately] employed with 90! much distinction inactive broad we are justly considered among Cameron, and the latter siruck him. teraay the complete exhaustion, .s well
. :.'>t''j. service, care shall be taken to insure the The parties were here separated by Mr.Fitzpatrick '
. : :'" '. FronWtreet, or Francis: N. Buck No. highest efficiency, and in furtherance of that the most powerful nations of the world. and other Senators. of the officers. of the two houses, sect

'...'"'.;' :' .' 80 Walnut street'I. .' object, the military and naval school, sustainedby And all this is the result of the application About o'clock Mr. Bright moved that the our reporters, that it has been impost! 1

.'.",.'.,.. ::.- Stephen Cohvell, F. N. Buck, David the liberality of Congress, shall receive the : Senate recede from its original amendment, and ble for us to offer to our readers today ,.
I" .... special attention of the Executive. of Democratic policy to the energies thus get rid ofull its difficulties.Th I like of the
,. : S. Brown, F. Lennin?, Isaac Davis. I. anything a regular report
'..c' .' As an American freeman. I sympathise in all *debate was continued for some tiriif,when
: '. .. : of our people. The war with iri either house the
: ..* Charles W. Churchman Henry White proceedings during -
. ... efforts to extend the blessings of civil and political Mr. Athcrton moved that theSenate di&igree to
.:,....',J:.,. "j';:' D. Haddock jr. liberty, but at the same time, wained by Mexico was opposed by those who wished the House amendment, and recede from the a* sitting of Saturday. We mustconlentf

I."1_ '.. ';..*. The Evening Post speaks as follows the admonitions history, and the voice of our that our enemies would receive us .I mendment before made by the enato ourselves, therefore, with stating 'the
abstain from Mr. Webster withdrawn the motion '
beloved Washington, shall entang. having to
result of the
;',,::. .:.:".; of the position and occupations of the ling alliances with Foreign Nations in all disputes "with bloody hands and hospitable concur for that purpose, the Chair ruled that must important questionsleft .

..:?'Jo1..: ...' .:V signers, and in just terms of remonstrance between conflicting Governments. It is graves.II Every possible effort was the motion to concur having hem withdrawn, for final decision on that day, a*

.": .. y.'.. ,?. against the revival of that sys- our interest, not less than our duty, to remain the question recurred on Mr. Bright's motionto follows :
I" q.t.. : Jd .:' tern levying black mail the strictly neutral, while our Geographical position made by the party now in power to recede. First, no Bill has passed providing
I.:.. .. ; : upon peo- the genius of our institutions and our Mr. Douglass made an earnest appeal to the I
; people embarrass the and a Government for either 'ferriiorteiofNew
r4. lead the .,
for the benefit of government
. .. ; pie by legislating manufacturers -
.;; : "e., the advancing, spirit of civilization, and Senate in favor granting to California a Government Mexico California. Tbeie1
S. ":' .4I. '.. : above all,'the dictates of religion, direct us to war to an inglorious conclusion. And depicting in strong colors the evil or
I..i..:.'. "&. **,!- the cultivation of peaceful and friendly rela. of the to measures fell through from the inabili'ty
, ,' ;, !'*':, The signers of this circular are of : yet the individual who was made consequences permitting question layover
J "t' tions with all other It is to be of the Houses in
, .V. powers. hoped until the assembling of the next Congress.The two to concur !fl/
';\".''Iq t".I.'i course persons interested in putting the that no international question can now arise by the war, was brought foiward as the debate was farther continued, and at 10 pro :osition. At the last moment, ho*.'

.."..". ,...4 *' yoke of a high tariffon our neck ; the which a government, confident in its own candidate of the party that opposed it.I .- minutes past S a vote was taken on the motionto ever a Bill from the House was taken
.\.'.... *,f first is an iron manufacturer, the second strength and resolved to protect its own just recode from'the Senate amendment and decided ,
;.sI.':.'.,. .'!*'. ; a dealer in domestic dry goods, the rights,may not settle by wise negotiation; andit I It wax only after a deadly struggle with I i it the affirmative, yeas 38, nays 7. up by the Senate, and has become a

.'..4. :.. others in various concerned in becomes a government like our own, foundedon Federalism that the tariff of 1846 0:1 motion of Mr Dix, the Senate took up the law, for extending the revenue liws of
.',.,1 ". 1-, ways the morality and the intelligence of its citizens was bill to extend the revenue laws over California, the United States to those Territories'The

,.:.".. '" .(,. .:.r.' 4 occupations and enterprises, the gains and upheld by their affections, to exhaust adopted. And yet probably this very"cockedhat" which led to an animated debate, in which I ,Rill to establish the Home depart'i(
't.t.r'.it.;." ..?' of which they expect to increase by the every resort to honorable diplomacy, beforeap- administration into Messrs. Yulee, Davis of Mass. and other partiI I
riding has become having passed

:.t to 4n the conduct of for ment a ,
pealing arms our
-. { help of high duties. The discloses cipated., i ,
. \ \ ( paper
.,...,.''.. .".,,.: .. a plan of a very comprehensive nature -1 eign relations. I shall conform te these views, power through the success of a'ar Mr. Foote moved to amend by inserting a the Senate after a long, tedium and I
.. i as I believe them essential to the best interests I rather debate. The Bill for |
f; ,, .Philar I which it had opposed will seek to provision to extend other general laws over the stormy
which this in bring
." to proceeding '
, ..;) :. V and the true honor of the country. the territory.The Territorial Government ,*i,
, t .' ".. is only one of the subordinate The appointing vested in the President about the old times of : creating a
) delphia good
. ..",; 1 power high pro debate was further continued by .Jefferson Minesota has also become knrr. 'S'/I ; ,,.; parts and which is to zealously imposes delicate and onerous duties. So tection. Our New brethren Davis 'and resulted in the rejection of
!..l ,:;-\, prosecuted under the administration of far u it is possible to be informed! I shall make England Mr.Fot 'l aTRi dnient. House of Representatives having T'ded
,;1<..... .4 '\ l-*' honesty, capacity and fidelity indispensable requisites not satisfied with receiving eighty mil! The bilUhen. passed to a final reading. from its amendment proposint'to '

.".V.."......r.. :',, Gen. Taylor. to the bestowal of office., and the absence lions postpone the operation of the',bill tfr
,of't :...t-: .: It will be prudent for Gen. Taylor'sadministration of either of thes qualities shall be deemed a year as a bonus on their calicoes, Pennsylvania.PENNSYLVINIt the tenth of'this month.

; consider how far it is sufficient cause for removal will again for
: : e : to cry more. :
: ,i::; tyro*
t' A bill in reference
r : It shall be my study to recommend such con- ON SLAVERY IN THS was passed
".....'..<". f:. ,.f... sale for them encourage this plan for stitutional measures to Congress as may be necessary The time are threatening for the 'l'ERRlTORIES.'the following resolutions next census, direeting the'heads of .tie. '

:>:t.:' &.'... :: building up again the broken power of and proper to secure encouragementand people but the Democratic departments and the A rtornty, .
.". :. r.:.;\.I., :;:;;.e. the manufacturers and. .restoring to protection to the great interests, of agriculture party are on this subject were adopted in prepare and at ,the,neil ***ttt<,

;"0' t"'L'0. :. i; them the tribute TO lately wrested from commerce, and manufacture-to improve undismayed by defeat and will sturdily the Senate of Pennsylvania! by a vote of ton .a report bill authorise the if

'.''.:,":' ",a ::'. their greedy hands. The tariff of 1842 speedy our rivers extinguishment and harbors-to of the provide debt-to for the resist the tpnent of monopolies and of twenty-three to nine, and will pass king of press the ,seventh census of the Unfr f

.1.f..o'.' .:,,.". ;; became io a short time highly unpopular enforce strict accountability on public the part of all partial legislation .which may be anti the. House! by a 1I'.illla.germajority : ted States. Business'of a, miscellaMoua -
. \ .,. :. '. the people threw it from their necks officers of the Whereas- By recent-treaty stipulations be- at'
..i.V1' ; government,and the utmost econ transacted ,
. .\.. iI cipated. 'I'hat which we have done character was: tpd
, tween the United States and Mexico .two Provinces
in all
.'r"1s in a moment impatience. They have omy public expenditures. But it is for sad
.,..;; .:/: reason to of the the wisdom of Congress itself in: which all Legislative once we'ean do again. It :cannot'.be formerly belonging to an4 within the ter' having disposed, of, ,the_ CL'U ,
seen no act
: Ii repent ; Bill the Sea*
t' : jurisdiction of the Iatter.Goverment, were ceded Appropriation ,
t.....".". '''. the contrary the effects of a higher degree powers are vested by the constitution, pretended that a change of policy was and the United States and Diplomatic :
i}. .,. ..:, : to regulate these and other matters of domestic I acquired by ate;, at: about. ;six o'eJoek'lnlbe. .
.- .. .,.J : of commercial the I .the Constitution and laws of --
liberty sought bv the neonle.) and Whereas By
LD. :' .. ". upon policy.I I II csttiieri th_ 'into' Executive sessiopWB a
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TV v n v
.''U. ..,..- gn \ a---a- y w v w W*V the United States tbe and dUI1ofproTi- I ing went |
'J...1:...4:0".C" public prosperity have been so manifeStly I look with confidence to the enlightened election TAYLOR. The Whigs dared ding territorial governments, power for,the newly acquired Mr Senator Hannegan, of Indiana, w**:
:". .J'...'1 favorable, that the friends of free patriotism of that body, to adopt such the President and*ofl-
the American nominated
\-.1 .. candidate provinces i by ,
... .4 ., : measures of conciliation harmonize not run, a upon the old. issue ,. upon
all as
trade the
. .Il( ,' '.'i over world have pointed may Congressand i firmed the'Senate to' be Mi isterPt

,...b.A&.'.. 1 to the issue of our experiment as a signal I conflicting that Union interests which should, and be tend the to perpetuate object But having elected their man by the cry u Whereas This new acquisition and new responsibility the 'United by States to Berlin., *".. ''1.i..ate.tirom

( .' z practical proof of the truth of their of our hopes and affections,paramount and in any action of Monterey, :they'will be insane enoughto between the has friends engendered freedom sectional and free.strifes labor t

i a doctrines. heart calculated of to promote an object so near the .I force upon us their odious doctrines.. side, and the advocates slavery extension Chagres-& Panae%
every one who truly loves his
: Gen. Taylor's administration will I .will zealously unite with the co-ordinate country, The people will ,again rally when. the upon the other .. PANAMA, Morning tFeb: ItfftlMi'Editor
have most flagrantly violated the good branches of the Government. i "Therefore, Resolvej, fa, That "-fJ the representatives ..
been cleared t Nero York Sun f
has from their :-
eye I of tbepeple. f" Peruulfama, being
old maxim of well '
letting alone if In conclusion I
.. they congratulate you, my fellow- will the into firm in our adherence .to the,Federal Constitution -. I send you by the very last mans of co*"f\
perceive which
citizens the They pit
attempt in this of upon high state of
any change state prosperity to -its' concessions aiid compromise*.-and ance,a. few items of interest from CfUferaJ
) things. Nay; they will have done conducted which the goodness of Divine Providence has they have fallen, and will owe their,extrication yielding cheerful obedience to.the legally.cout: They jwere received here this morning;Crtaa.,!

worse ; they will have disturbed not a continuance our common of the country. Let us invoke to Democratic,.policy. We stUnteX authorities of,the laud, do hereby! ,enter Spaniard who came pow I gtf' in the Fertttwbiurk -
": same protecting care against the. further extension Martinez direct from San,YraiiciCOw.
!: merely what j is well but what is which has led us from small : ou:* golemti protest I ,
very beginnings to the bide time.Telegraphedfor. are poowj
our of bumn I\a lOry'I' tI'Rtsolcedi Emigrants of all kinds and colors
: :. well-what any alteration will be sure, eminence we this day occupy, and let us seek .,That the period comprcmises ing in in multitudes,: Ewy JangUlJfrllCtf
: : in some degree, to mar. to deserve that continuance, by prudence ad with and concessions to, the, demands of slavery colorant shade'is npres nted.istew L1AW'crsJD J'j
t; moderation in .our councils, by well directed Courier.. hut;passed, and the !cherished principles of wpnwn;,tin W. attire robbers, w '
to the bitterness '
attempts assuage which too 'ro WuSt11j the of the and of on ealigh- crats and outcasts. from cjiIizedlift$11 1'
; freedom, spirit age, .
r North Carolina Go1d.-'jj often marks unavoidable diffemncei ,
i Carolina Republican : of opinion the dictates and the gold regoBI.AIl An fJdUl."iU1.
The new Cabinet Tnet tened polieyr and patriotism: flocking ;
HJH says-It affords us unalloyed pleasure to by the promulgation.and practice of just and yesteroajjl tfclockf! I...Ja i
and after consultation took'the required\\OR\b philanthropy alike forbid any,further enlargement hopes finding cluakio I <
that G. W. liberal and .'"
announce Major Calciwell the late principles, by an enlarged ;
patriot! and assumed the/duties of office. '' *? >* of the area !of human.bondage. ,_ u mill stones ; but a few days expent.ct .
It'g l talented Democratic elector operating in Lemon' ism :which shall acknowledge no ,Horn* but' Borne- nominations,.were made*for offices for l Zeiilvcd.Thatour Senators and.Representative California life eaa9ges.Ri .view..t atkt ...
1 mine, in Union county on Saturday the those of our widespread Republic.. t' :
,: limited terms,.and which were about to.expire. itf Congress be, and are herebyjreques-= t .L ;
inst at *
ii 10th gathered up, one handful ten The Register:of.the.Treasury 'roiened yesierdaj ted to'':vote at all' times'and>under all circumstaaeeavis "fifing! ia excesaif dy Wgkand a&tojto !
t. i pounds of virgin gold 1 We bore been inform X3r' The new Governor of Turk's Islaag was ,. and left the city.:. .The First Comptroller favor..of extending the priaciples.ofthe preciomaineraUis one oTJhe worjt JU-*P.;.

ed that it prodiwed. bio the.,handsome. tarn. of sworn into office on the 30th:ult- There w*. tendered:his resfsai*fea; tat H was net ac- .,ordinance of 4787-'to .th. i newly acquired fotteries.., f or..cli pel'l8n.&WiaaoCM'. .. ,
;i i'w ii tl' tt !f J3400. > : 0'0'Mlt to be hai*t tte if Jud. f'" .-..,...........>- '..T' ,.. .."'. .". :'._.-'... '3 <....* 8't. "*I, TcflioU". r.-,* -* -v--us 4 .* ,..,.9- &:; s-pit?:ffficlvn> to tvft* ."..

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who can ICArCe make aIl COUVMCATE.. -. As to the stories that the:diggers were many M.Ki1arid- ia"" Or:7 i
dozens tirM"fiytA B:' f
a 1TU;
tI"I art I was much mortified,,Mr.ditorIiLseeliEin of them averaging SI 50 per day,:he thinks that -MCQUtMeIntj. Mcintosh Valley'wilM* coeddertdValid'profosals: :J
;7l I ead Uchee -
r at
. robberiu han t&ken place, but they the last Republican an article headed "Toe' those that have done the best have not obtained 1da1PabnIzj,. and ;'Jatae FsnnIwhoi'j, 3544.:; from Ahqoaat Anna. : (

I )1&51 kM1 confined to ( f&Dd e1othiDZ. These the Called Meet Dg.*? 'I,,:as :a Southern,mm was ,:more.than $3000 during the entire digging sea .ft .minor,Jacd, John 'N. Le1ri.. .,. at r' To1eu4ka.t"f ad Fridiyailet ,b .''f ... f', 4
art when there is alcarcity in son. The hours of work were fromiJve,to;tea dian..Jacob1lud.Sr., Jacob ,Bead' Jr -c. r U "
, A1' a& times excasin, prices. One day ot1rJIl morticed at seeing any allusion'made at all to hours a day.' Formerly the Indians were willing -. Read and John rR.Bead, a miDOr,' WE, ,resides Junes And """>C>A"r" ", 1

. rtee,retail briDg bring 1200 a barrel, although a tad..nci, d1zguite&atthe: tone of,the language .' to work for a trifle, but they,have since become ih Savannah, Georgia, -and whose guardian, is day'bztekbetwte&m. aad.9 p a.6xl

.dJl'a' before U wat &old for $15. ud used by the, Editor iu the I article by better acquainted with' the nIue'or their Mrs..William G.Bead,who resides in Baltimore, Quet,. Whether'this-route;is 1* 1,
! fi oCthe emigrfltIbesi toil They are principally the remnants of Maryland hlilWi11ia DrJ.tUa necessary.
fieCS1t1S or many which the fact was made Williamson, case of letting the I
fle in prices lead to nainer thefts.p.bbeT public. It appears to tribes,and ai:?not formidable. ,William McQueen, Anne McQueen.' Tour there preceding one, (No. 3543J l
nrieties are ra1. Ou or two mur- me, sir, that his languge was rather ironical But one ease of disorder occurred before titioner is informed, and believes that William p. Geneva being flow &route In operation bwVOML. :,' r
for gold Alabama
I.. howner, occurred for bit cause.1"e .free for a loyal Southron to use, and he'seems rather Capt. P.'left It was that of a negro who insulted ., McQueen resides California; and that all the 3545. From Mariana, and Uchee .&Imaa. ':"' 7 a 4 } !t

dElhitS comers and wise gretlhorn.! are rejoiced than otherwise atnhe a Mormon woman. The people turned out, other.heirs whose; nftnes above set forth ; To l'' S
he Calhoun
new shameful miwtsr fact appears caught the tied him io tree him reside in the Ocheseej cae'I'* ,
widle' in the most negro, a gave. State Georgia except Mrs.Will *, 1icl.back \
,uetY redress IS out of the qut10fl. Per- so eager to publish to the world;North. a good lashing, and then turned him loose,witha iam.Q.Read, as above stated. ,Your petitioner Bidders> will state .
,; > and locial crimes might bepuDished, but well as South. If his object it to satisfy'the threat of a rifle ball if he misbehaved again. further' states that the United States and the connect Ocheset distance and also schadule -' l'!

bpi gre&t is u yet toO nl" and thieving is too Abolitionists that the South is ready to submitto The inhabitants of California, Capt. P. says, 'owners of the said lands cannot contract or 'Apalachicola, tb Chattahoochee.with the rout frca
1 tyel'Jthing paDiahtd in the absence of regular are anxious to maintain order but they can agree for the, sale or purchase thereof He 3549. From :J.)
be allahaut.u
to any oppression which be 6 a m
_moD heaped
may upon hardly do it in any other way than ,by lynch therefore prays that a venire may-issue to the
law green one who has goods far: us by the North, he has adopted a safe mode of law, until some regular government is estab- Sheriff or other proper ,officer of the Circuit ?To ByBenhadenSbeflpotandpa,, ". \:,-;
For inltance of glittering Sopchoppy-by p m, 43 miles '
qumtities: doing so. But if his lished. Court Nassau County him l'
utes largt sympathies'are with the ; requiring to,sum And back between
6am .
often and
$ but too late finds When several of Col. Mason's mon f p a *
regiment a
gtipng it to be gold South in the controversy now pending betweenthe companies competent jury to be and appear before next da.'i. .
1ft. and iron ore-but he can deserted to the mines a- file soldiers von? Honor on Wednesday i I
bat copper 23d day of May 3547. From St Mark's .
..othiag to recoYer hIs property.fipuriOtlS two sections, I confeu my intellect is too were sent after them, who in,turn deserted.Col. .- next,"at the Court Home in the county of Nassau By Newport-W&cim 'Thursday ,

I 40 Dotlliag ii1fer ore is common. On first lan- opaque to discover the roisdtn of the publication Mason then started with a.file of dragoons, to hear and finally'determine the value of To" 6 40 an41daiioa' J'
m miles ,
sell the coats off their called the miners told them'that if the said lands. p '; '
te they And
together _
many are willing above alluded to. There are some truths. your petitioner further And back between 6am ,and f .
iDK of expected the countenance of the government, prays that an order issue p a I
this sort p17. may to a competent next
tot Mr. Editor which da1.
to the least it is
$ i,
beCt and say unnecessary -
l emigrants who hafe guns, powder they must help him to arrest deserters. To this surveyor, authorizing and requiring him to Proposals to commence at,
." fkS protect themMlTe are frequently driyII to publish to the world, and in this instance they replied, that if there were any refugees survey the said lands: and to make a plot thereof te L Newport are. Uti< j;

: kit by to hugger to lea" their LU and leek for I doubt whether the people of Duval from justice among them, they were perfectly and report his 'proceedings to your Honor, on 3548. From Qoincy at Asm Friday I :

riI OD"JIn County, or of Florida, will thank him for his i willing to turn out and help to arrest them- or before Saturday the 19th day of May next By Rocky Comfort ;.J?
dwper41 in the mountains but their time was too precious to be occupied And your petitioner further .To
of prays thttaftei Reform by'12m 10 miles '
( multi of the Miners and kill them for avidity in catering for the public, more especi- in running after deserters. After this, Colonel the legal notice has been given to the said :! And back between, 6 am_ and f f.

\hI ally as those who hate so often taunted ns with Mason was glad to get back with one half. of owners, their legal representatives and 'W'di- Proposals to embrace Seclndo will be 8)eonsid-* a ;

/IOd. 15 about to be formed of theseSi the charge "that the South could not be kicked his dragoons. diana, and after the value of said lands have ered. :

"whe A c-etm: mules or means to travel overland out of the Union"-or as for that matter any Agriculture has been so totally neglected been ascertained in the manner prescribed by 3549. From''Quinq at 12 tD Wdnesday.S *, ;..'- -ti;
n would in their condition be a that one man who had a field containing 15,000 the statutes of Florida of 1845 and 1849 to the ToSecludoby4pmgrnilesAndbackbetween8amand1ls
States. ,
& tbs Irpedition: but they prefer doing so to body else)-may reasonably draw the inference bushels of wheat, could not get it harvested, satisfaction of your Yfonor, knd after survey .. 11'1 11 -

'irift U,present that there is not only "not that excitement among though he offered half the products and was thereof duly made 'Under the direction of your. 3550. From Jasper at 6 am Monday a.*I .

nl ..ti thing that can give prosperity to the people which we are sometimes led to obliged; to let his cattle eat it. Women and Honor, that IOU Honor will order and decree By Blount's ,ferry and RawUlo J i W'I

Ctfifornii is Its establishment into an indepen- believe exists"-but that there is lit positive indifference children, as well as husbands and fathers, had the said land,'to be conveyed in due form to Ferry 5 \,
become old digger Capt. Phelps' opinion as the United States, to be held owned and To Centre Ga I
4111t State.Tbis this'inflllence possessed Village, by S P 111 Wednesday \i''
if carried out the on the subject. Now to the i .
is >ated, ag- success expeditions daily starting from by them for the purposes aforesaid ;_ 100 miles, '
"ltaralID& mineral wealth might be develnd may perhaps correctly apply to an who reside this country, is, that it will depend upon the I and that a copy of this petition be published in And back between 0 "am Thursday |.

'.p.J, California made to rival any country among us, (and judging by his languagethe manner of their organization. There is not a some newspaper in this State for two months and 6pm Saturday. .
U the world. Yours, T. Editor of the Republican them but doubt, he saysof their being considerable qua I' before the day appointed for thehea ng. And 3551. From Pilatka at 8 a fa Friday" ;i
among- ,.) tities of old in Pnlifnrnfn._ but there__ is gross I Iexaggeration .YOur ttfiti/\nat_ g. {.. J._.._.. V ......A. _;il ..-._,_..- Newnansville *.
.j --- n -- 0.- F-------- -- J w..a nan by I P m nut da,, IT \
1 utterly deny that it would correctly toaDY ] ---I :
From Peru. apply in the matter p ray, &C. C. C. YONGE,' miles '..' .
The Gold fever was raping in Peru to theu.t respectable portion of the people of this Letters had appeared in the papers from persons Att'y and Agent of the United States. !

extent letters had been received from county, or State. True it is, that the attendance -' who had no existence in California, and in On motion of C. C. Yonge, Esquire, Attorney .p ':

STooll regions, gIving statements of enormous was small, but there are many sufficient respect to vessels that had never been there. and Agent of the said United States, Proposals to commence at Orange Spriajs. J:
of Gold which was constantly gol1nd. Capt. Phelps looks hearty and healthy, and It is hereby Ordered, That Joshua A. Coffee will be considered. i
Gtuntitiea reasons for this, ether than those alleged by the bears no marks of toilsome from the ,
in a From
and the most e1.traoNI.narYl5torles voyoge Esq., of Duval County, in the State aforesaid, Alligator, at [:
jmrd to the richness of the miners, and theiritat Republican. Doubtless it was owing to a want l other side of the world.Dad be and he it hereby appointed to survey the To Olostee ,1

suffering for want of food. o f general dissemination of the notice, (it not tract of land in the.foregoing petition mentioned And back .f:
Oneeftht reports we translate ns follows: having been published in and <: who is, this Sara Francisco that's gittin' : Bidders will.state the distance and the hour
fom the *rices received by El Correo de Li- any paper, nil the gold out there in Californey-he must And it it further Ordered, That the said Josh of departure and arrival : t,
.jui being an extract of n letter published in having only been posted up in two places in be the richest fellow in all creation A. Coffee, Esq., do make a true and correct 3553. From Nwav1le at 6 a m Wednesday;

ttk%t ptpen-!'A few days sincea!large American this town, ont meek instead of tno.) It is also V's of the said tract of land, together witha I By Wacassa f :

hip anchored on the coast, within a short distacfof now a very busy: season of the year with thecountrypeople'who plat and the proper field notes thereof and I To Cedar Keys by pmn.xsday, 19 ',
the shore having a full cargo of flour. their ABRIKD that he return the said survey, plat and field miles ;
are nowgetting
Sat Imd hardly cast anchor when she was sur- crops At Mandarin, on Thursday the 8th inst, by notes to me the undersigned, Judge of the Circuit A.ndback between Sam Friday ant '

rotmdtd bY a multitude of boats and canoes.Theeargo'was .- into the ground, and consequently there were CALVIN REED, Esq., Justice of the Peace, Mr. Court for the Eastern Circuit of the State 6pm next day. J

robbed and the sea provisions very few iu town. But, sir, it is unnecessary MICHAEL HARTLEY to Miss ELIZA PLUM- of Florida, at my office in Jacksonville, in Du 3554. From Newnansvflle 0.1.1 am' Wednesday ,

were taken. and her rising cut up, cooking fur me to defend the people of this county further val County aforesaid, in the State aforesaid, By Madisonbofo7 t
utensils and every article the robbers could lay from the sluts of the Editor of the -: :MER, eldest daughter James Plummer, Esq., duly certified nn or before Saturday the nth To Orange Springs by 6 p m next day. :I;
their hand were carried away. Her crew also I all of that place. day of May next 60 miles

duelled, and went off to the mines. Her cap ; they will doubtless in good time con vine, On the 13th inst. by WILLIAM HICKMAN, Esq., : And it is further Ordered, That the matter of And back between am' Friday, sal ;

tain. a man who had weathered all tempests, him that his i ideus of things, or manner of do- i : the said petition be set for hearing before me 4pm'next day. 1.
runained on board many days, a victim to the ing them are out of place in this latitude.I Justice of the Peace, Mr. BENJAMIN DAVID, ,: the undersigned, Judge ns aforesaid, at the Quere. Whether this route will b'enecessa:) ; "
molt awful hunger and thirst. At last, faithful i to Miss. NANCY ANN ADAMS, both of this Court House in Nassau County, in the State I ry, in ease'of letting route No. 3551, from Pi- J;
with the world from : regretted also to see the disposition: of the latka to Newnansville. r
aforesaid ;
himself.! but disgusted place. according to the prayer of the said J;
which all virtue seemed to have fle.l. he set fire Editor to drag politics into his account of this I : petitioner, on Wednesday the 23d day of May 1. 3555. From.Micariopy at'6 a m Friday :J

to his immense vessel, an 1 returned with his I. failure, as he calls it. So far as my acquaintance next, at one o'clock, p. In. ByPortClark l'I' -
furious soul to that world in which there is no extends the of both ID'Y' E.are authorized and requestedto !. And it further Ordered, That a copy of the To Fort Birlee by 7 p m, 40 miles :i
great body '
foil announce Major JOHN BEARD as a candi- said petition,and, of this order, be published for 'And back between'6 a m and 7p sa j 11'
All thetlncts which have been published in parties are safe and determined, (though not date for the Office of Register of Public Landsof the period of two months before the said 23d next flay. '. j'
I tbt C. S_ relative to the high prices of prod- "'t.1cited,") to maintain to the last extremity the r day of May next, in '-The'News," a public : Proposals to embrace Fort Crane, instead \11

iton! :and other articles: in California, are confirmed rights of the South under the Constitution, and the State of Florida, at.the election on first newspaper, printed and published at Jacksonville Fort Clark, are invited. JI
in Peru. :Monday in May next. feblOT I in Duval county aforesaid. 3556. From Jacksonville at 6 a 121 Tauaa, ." _. I!
respond heartily to the sentiments nf the i GIVEN under By Haddock's, Eirkland's Nassau ell.
my hand, at the City of Tallahassee 1f\j
Latest from Europe. "SouthernddrelS," and it may be well for the, T.trr* .f Dnral Cmuntj. in the State aforesaid, this 2d day of; and Woodstock Mills j!

GREAT BRITAIN. him to cease his efforts to create' any other impression WE are requested to announce EDWARD A. March, A. D. 1849. To St. Ma jy'a, Gat by 6 p m next day, :;

In the British Parliament Mr. Labou. unless: indeed, be too is one of the DECOTTES as a candidate for the office of .: March 10, 1849.THO. DOUGLAS, 2mAdministrator's Judge &c. And 80 back miles between 6am Thursday I

chere had brought forward his proposition band of Editors who are sent South by Northern Judge of Probate and Superintendent of Public and 6pm next day. i j

for a modification of the British propagandists "as a vanguard of anti-slavery at Schools feb3 i Separate proposals for that part of this 11
N tiee.- route between Nassau C H
Navigation law, by which the coasting the outh." I make not the charge, but the I I shall apply to invited. and St. Mary's, are fi

'trade in Great Britain, and with her past tone of the Republican would seem to indicate MARINE INTELLIGENCE.PORT the Hon. Probate Judge of Columbia county 3557. FromNcssauCHat8nmFriday J

/I colonies, will be thrown open to such it. But if it be true, let him beware; for Letters of Dismission as Administrator on To Fernandina by 6 p m, 30 miles <|
/1 OF JACKSONVILLE: MARCH 17. the Estate Henry Clefton,late of said
nation as \viJJ reciprocate. Mr. Ban suspicion is already excited, and the eagle eyes __. 'u. deceased. JOHN CLEFTON, Adm'r.county, And next back day.between 8 a m audi p a; |

-croft, it understood will feign a reciprocal of those who are not afraid to denounce, and ARRIVED. Jan. 27, 184g. 6m 3558. ,From Pilatka at.7 a mTueaday 'Jj f

convention of that character, on behalf are capable of exposing, are upon him. M'ch 12-Sch'r, Wm. Pollard, Pinkham, New By Volusia, Fort Butler, Enterprise *

of the United :States should the PROSLAVERY.c.onMI1NICA.rED. London. PENVER, & DAKEB, and:MellonrIlleTo t 1'

proposed measure become a law. M'ch 13-Brig Mary Adeline, Barker, N. Y. &ttornc!3 at Sato, the head waters of St. John's river, :

The 1 total number of cases of cholerain I. CLEARED. (by waterj) by.7 p m Thursday,lit
JTnclc.oiirill. Fl. wiles '
M'ch 12 Sch'r W. Pollard Pinkham |
England and Scotland had swelled ,- N. Y. *
Permit me, Mr. Editor, through your paper, Aulbackbetween7 a mPnidayig7pmSunday. J
to 12 a95 of which 5,54b had .
proved to tender to my ''friends" and to"many yoters"toy manufacturer Jos. McRoBERT BAKER. S. Srvczz. |
fatal. Supply Lore. 3559. From the head waters of St John's river t if
FRANCE.The acknowledgments for the hgnor done we in Ja-n.64g. ly at 6 a m Friday .1

announcing my n.;>me usa candidate for the of- OSCAR SCHENCK & CO., By. Indian river,Palos, San Lucie,anl 4
French Government has ties I
fice Judge of Probate and Superintendent of No. 132 WATER STREET, COKM H OF Pist, CHARLES, DE\VAAL Jupiter :

patched engineers to examine and report Public Schools. From certain "signs of the WE \1r.yO RKi AUCTIONEER To Miami, Dade county, (by land,) byV ;i
upon the alleged- discover ies of the p m next Thursday, :350 milts 1
I to think it is the tcish ifnot I DEALERS IN JACKSONVILLE E. F.Jr
time disposeJ ,
I I precious metals in California. Tfit :) am And back between am Friday ...4.,1
the intention; of the two political parties of 1 Cotton, Woolen, AUk and (:nrprl ITIannfaeturrr SALES in any part'f the Ceunty attended p m next.Thursday. i!
National Assembly had decreed the this to make this election I .' Article, to and respectully solicited. 3560. From Tampa, at
( ounty a
f solution of the present chambersThe Jacksonville, May 6,1848 By Manatee .
party question. Indeed it id: now pretty generally 1j!
l'l'L> new Assembly was to convene ToSarasotaby SO miles .
l'I' about the middle of May. understood, that, at a late day prior to the WEAVERS' REEDS, HEDDLES, Proposals for carrying tbe mail. And back between .

Louis in election, one of the parties will nominate a par BOBBINS SPOOLS, &c. Separate proposals to supply Manatee frs* 1 i
Napoleon was increasing candidate, and that the other will follow NEW ROUTES IN FLORIDA. Sarasotay in case of letting route No. 3563, tr.'. ,
popularity. In the Assembly, in reply. ty Agents for the sale of the latest improved Extract from the act of Con'gr"ts'034 March invited. : .
sir I have lived thus ,
Now .
f the interrogatories of Ledru Rollin, the paripatsu. as long SHEARING AND NAPPING MACHINES 184$, section 18.' 3561. From Tampa at V am Tuesday |
I Ministry intimated their intention of' free frem the trammels of party influence, the WOOL PICKERS, CLOTH WINDERS "4d to further" enacted, That it shall be By Hitcbepucksa and'Fort Gatlia,

; tcknowledging the Roman Government, 1 yoke would, I fear,prove too galling for my neck. REGULATORS, SATINET WARPS, &e, the duty of the Postmaster General, in all fu- Te Melloirrille'tailes- b> e pm Thursday, 109'. ] .

'but Since therefore I would never consent to ture.lettings of contracts for the transportation ,
without approving its nctsor policy, I D.l-I Oils.-Sperm, Lard and Olive-and Oil Soap. 'of the mail, to let the same, in to Andbsek betwetn a in Friday aa46pm ,
: enl'1'CUe
U the the duties of so responsible an office '
same time its anxiety sume Snndsy
expressing March 17, 1849. 2m the lowest bidder tendering sufficient .1
that der other influences than those of justice i guaran 3562. From Jacksonville at 3 a' all -
the Pope should regain his fortoer any tees for faithful performance without other re m Monday

position as a temporal Prince, as and my own sense of right, looking to the cause: : Land for Sale. ference to the mode of such transportation than ft St.Thursday Augustine 12-33milea ji

well as.the head of,the Church. TheAssembly of the widow and the orphan, and to the great : FOR SALE, between nine and ten thousand may be necessary to provide :' the due celerity And back.between, 7 -
.a a in and i
::; ; of Land situated in Nassau and security,of such. pa l'
II II sustained this avowal interests of education, (on which the principles acres certainty transportation nextdays.Prbp9sala .
I by un- County, partly near Nassau and partly) 'St! ; norfchall any:newcontractor hereafter be ,t:
II 1 tnimously passing to the next order of of all rational liberty are based)-and as I Mary's Rivers, being a portion of Waterman required to purchase out, or take at a valuation steamboats at to Jacksonville make closer YiUbe"connexions witk tl

I t,i bUlln",.. Confidence was gradually hold that no man can receive office through a Grant. The above is heavily timbered pine' the stock: vehicles. of any previous eon 3563. From St.Augustine by considered India: 31
f Ttiurmng. French 5'vere quoted at party vote, and in the discharge of its duties be land, conveniently situated upon water courses, ,tractor for the same route." Biver8ah Loete,'Jupiier,.MiamlEty, Ii

B IC.6Oe. free from party bias, thereby destroying the with the exception of about five: hundred acres |:3*.Bidden will be.careful to read the forms Largo, Indhun y, 'Key' West, 'Chatette *-' .
of heavy hammock land upon the St. Mary'sRiver. : and instructions appended to this advertise n
ITALY. beautiful equality in the "scales of justice" I[ The whole or will be:sold Harbor, Sarasota, TamTh'C.dzz
any portion ment. They. au requested to state, in their
Keys Bt Mark's
A rerolution has taken. place in TuscaDy -' desire.HA longer to be considered a candidate. cheap for cash. Apply to proposa1a-.the"mode by which .they intend-to Joseph's, and St. Andrew's, Apalachicola, to PeuaV, StA J'i

and the Duke had fled from the Very Respectfully, Yours &&. WILLIAM HICKMAN/' convey the mail .Where the size and weight cola, e miles, and'back, twice' *
Jacksonville, March 17, 1849. tf of the mails or the speed called for in the I
Qntry. A Piovisional Governmentid J. 1\!. DANIEL.JACKSONVILLE : month, in steamboats' '
schedules, shall require it, the contracts will be ..
been Separate proposals for sections ot thsahsvsroutes I'
instituted in the States. March 12 1849. STATE OF FLORIDA.
I The Papal 9 ;): made for coach,steamboat, or' rail-road conveyance will:be eoasidered.

Republican feeling had attained a To Honorable THOMAS DOUGLAS Judge ;as the case may be; and, consequently, .ZOT&, I
great height of such routes will beJet to bids swh ,? ., .. J8 ,%Sr J
exciteraent. On the Authentic Accounts from f'nlifornla. proposing i
the Eastern Circuit of tie State ofFlorida :Each
of J'rOpOtaJlliould be
Mb mode of In all other iecdaipaajed by v
of the
conveyance. cases
February the formal. William I>. arrived at
Phelps recently "
J ly Pope was Capt. :- ...d ,.notteL.Wi11, be.assigned to bids proposing the guarantee sigwsd by one or more responsibla; it I
the from California via Panama. Capt. F. .
entire independence of Boston, cheapest mode of transportation. persons in the following manner, tir: ;
w e U of the gold in grains in Petition CHAKDLVK C. Yosci Attor : .
>vernu.ent of spiritual for- brings a quantity THE : 'The undersigned 5
milly power scales, and in lumps-the largest of the latter and Agent of the United States, for : 'l'D inty.thA, ;
decreed and for the mails the ifhisbid for"
a Republic pro weighing about un ouucp and a half. The the purchase of certain lands, hereinafter described PROPOSALS carrying esrryingtht'nuul ;
tkimd. <
from the lit to "be
of '
Alaseriva had arrived in Lonon Traveller says that the auiopnt pf gold broughtby respectfully shows unto your Honor: day July, accepted by; I
1849tothe 30th of June. Pcstteaster General
1851 inclusive
shall enter into
fronj ypplia; lp settle lhe prejimin.Ves hf n has been much overrated in the nublilhed That the United States desire to purchase, acquire FLORIDA, will be received at the, contract, office in ligation pniort6 th fi."t'laV, of Julnztw1tThis ani b .' :
of) he rings'a consideru- for siteson .
bqld and :
business accounts though ,
yith Lord over occupy possess '
Palqerslon. ; of the Post Office Department the city good and sufi&cient sureties, to perfoiln. tht ser"-
less however than jibe low which to and maintain forts. 1
AysiiHA. .qui\ndtY"l1u! ) crept maga jof Washington nntil 9 a. m.'of the .cth'A.pril;: rice proposed.". *
stated S3 OUO.) lines/ arsenals cjock.-yards and other needful '
The ess dmount ) ( of" Ii
I unparian8 had whipped the| As dipt Phelps worked personally at the building, or 'some of them, the following 4e- 1849, (to be decided by tbs 24th day- of April, should be accompanied by the certifleafte. I
1849, the routes and in the 'ana I I
Imperinliau several battLes mines which was not the case with Mr Ather- 'Fcribeii.lands, to wit: t tin I tract, of,,.land situated manner I .of'a postmaster; or other .' :) ton, his experience' the minutiae of the gold pn Amelia Island, in the County ot Nassau, time, i jierein specified., vis; that the guarantors are men" (property, sa4sbIetomakeoodlhrgua.anfe. ._

In the Cones the digging there is considerable. In the first; in said State, knpwn a! the McQueen Cjpint, 'FLORIDA. .i*.:- I
resolution Ministry wALh.r ir reply place u* to the pieces of gold that have beenreported Nprth of Edgus creek, bpumled' itfortb. East 3 42. From Milton'at*tf a m Wednesday J The prop alt should bese t'totbedstmtsealedendorsed"propoa1for -:-_
inquiring any to be found, he says the largest'piece 'and West by the waters of river St.'A pyl.-and By ESc nbia county J
PfOOsjtjo .hay ,'been made to be Gov. that) he has seen is' D.the possession pf Mr.Mel- South by marsh of) said creek:.and' lands of Tp Sparta, Alabjuna. |>y 61 m next day,,p : suta&t., in.. ','' "addressed. '.''. the,First. ', $' ..u,.;';": .
I > Postmaster
GetkeraL -
Ctflit -
10, the sale nrienion Cuba l'js and weighs but six ounces. He heard nurmerous Biitcbelot,running grtl7Q Q East from marsh 75miles '
replied that there had not and if any I ; "stories. ut the mines of large ,piece being ,;: 'on this boundary,. Ota1lt! j '''00 'seth,lnofe "r<,. ;And back t fJ'ween' '6am.f riday And 6: F the jprohibitioa of bi jresultint, .,:: :

'eh sJ.kJuJd be .found' bat in every instance yheietbey or lees. That the said land*ore owned by the sfp.m nexVday.: > \ fi, '! combination/and: the" terms"and condition*Ml..".

flter'.ajne&Tiro1irijit wade, it Would not be were investigated, they turned out to be false; heirs Of John McQaen, Ceased,, who,: reside, 3i-13: .; (from Milton at 6 amWednesIay which' the tiatruptu f! videannw1a4Lesemet.1 : J '***- ,It .'
or ex* gemted. One man Was reported to, beyond the lImits 'of the Btite of .'"U } 1. ,TJyAJ q'aaandUcheeAnn ; >. S- <*' .* < .. jt(

have found a piece weighing eeverui' pound;; \ Elfea _Macf Mary. An'ni'; Stylesjirid.Benjamin 1: ......Mariannafby 5.p m Friday12Stifles I ; ':: (lJ aNsok:p ota.r LI .'

powerful Bters are imme11".1 he vent-to see him, lad found. that* its it ejgbt Styles Wdlam MaeKayRalph. E.El: "Si: r .Or tAndlbaek between G "a.imSaturda"d : PoslO7nc : D nJ..i 't !I" "N-i t1V -
0 be
rittaiIsM.; bUill. to replace. the 4CaIj and'; was only'two ounces," gnd that jtwair. the'pro-1, liot and Margaret mliot; W UiamHv" ttJe, : 6 p m Monday. 9 .>*'l "\ uhf ijtt Janairy 29. 1M9.Feb. -
cce45ofI'DuUre4-i'l1Tolk. 'f' "4' tad Jiliu .vlw Cathel' MK y. Robert' Tropea1J t o embrace Orange l and Holmes 10, 1849.-tSOOM .'






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.4.. ,.I :1:1TThz .\D_., PAI.ATKA. __. t Ft4 .. .' <# 'r,4. r .JI&t J restored;, t*

.. ;" : u. ; .." : ',, :'. AT.or.- .i. 1Lmm, TUJNi.> < ]L m I Case 1 thought; It ffiight'do g .

...fI.t'.' F f' ,; \ .,,,ST..,MARYS. G to.; ; (.IE'LEE', &. !!JUDSON,) I i a I I'S riottfedpmioiulTl used a number ofresu i
: .BLACK-"CREElt.Al l
; '
'1 .,'.' i OC py'th''spac ouJ FIVE STJ&RY WAREriOUSE I I _
: mA. ..- I 'JOHN MUv
( 99yZV1OZOP ; No. 56 CEDAR STREET-the WHOLE I p. p : .
iit3. : it is ; -with' the I Chareston', Daily ofwhichisdevbtcid ,to,exhibition and sale :
: : ,. : WHEREAS : at Savannah, the steamer I TO THBL.t.1J iI
be held otibt otPRINTED
......t r ', Single Article! ; &
"t Lake
.. ftroA Patatka to GEAI'EM13-l
. 0 :
';;l first Monday in May. I I .
...,,:.:''1: Public Lands, to hold Mad Stages, from'Picol&ta to. CALICOES I I p D* :TawiiiMssAiiAT&i1i.l2 i '

.....1't !. October iso; Wso, for J from Black Creek,*!*. N... Their, present Stock. consists ,of nearly lII ,: i I and speedy cure lor.JDciplent eon_
.f'! :'. Mineral Spring and Col Thousand ,Packages \ for:the J 4 afI
. ,; : the several Counties, to ; One general preafration'ot J
, .,.4..-.h.,.j r :. day of October, 1851, and Embracing ,some THOUSANDS of different -A ENTIRELY VEGETABLE QOMPOUND. tn atter wh e thmr: the .r nlto( UatLh". ,
'..'t'l pr Peace for each District in Capt. P. McNelt patterns, and colorings 'and comprising everything MEDICINE or cansei, produced by irreguliritr ", *
. was
prepared by a regular
n''., to hold for two years, ( Capt. John' Hebbard. desirable in, the line, FOREIGN andDOMESTIC. I THIS and is the result of an extensive aecl en. ,Jt '_ fJ IL,

.",. ",.1 continue in office till ;' Capt. Nicholas' King. I practice of several in & bilious climate. ..;Rathin&ca:4be: morupni1g. "it +1rll
'. r' elected1!and qualified.) leave Savannah TCKSDAT All.of offered for sale for cash or years T1 oratingeft'ect$ pa'the. 1 J .
every Those who have used themselves, or : a timD' t
i.p.4t .. Ir is HEREBY ORDERED, "' Q,at 10 ,o'clock and ar satisfactory:credit, at the LO WEdT1'JUCiS. Been its salutary effects upon others, need no son's.allweakness and*lAssitude;i tz. ua, ," ,
'pI. ,1 be held throughout the time for the Mall dtages to, by'the farther evidence of its value. The health a t once become robust and(UlrotQ, 'Ii
. ... great iU"
.t .i.:' and the:officers whoue Augustine before night tve 'PIECE Oft PACKAGE.. of thousands has been perfectly restored by its influence. It immediately .. "I

..1 ;,. ., elections will take notice ; Monday. New Styles; are .received almost, this medicine, when all other remedies have nervelessness .of the female fa "LiQIidu.tefteti ,

.,.rio.. I. :. .:;; Witriess my.hand and 'Palatka every TVCSOAT and and many,of.them J .are got up for our own. sales, failed. Its operation is-not" simply to suspendthe great cause of barrenness. "- .....-or. --

....' "i ;. State, given at ,at 7 o'clocktouching as above and.not to be found elsewhere. disease for a time, but to purify the system It will not .be expected ofjj, i. p*' C
I.t i.;: a.. f(1E41.: day of January, |:3r Printed lists of prices, corrected from ,- and restore it to sound and perfect health. delicate i nature,to exhibit j wtiprf'TO t" .Olo.: ):

i I r. .," Independence of tin presscre boats, in complete day to day, with every variation: in the market, A small Treatise, the "causes, treatment but riwVass.uretteifi ;
.t'", 73d year... in the hands buyers. hundreds of cases have Been f eportSS-
furnished in are placed and
".,. every res cure of fever nnd ague and other diseases of J
, t'. : -;', Attest: "' Merchants will be able to form some idea of DL Towzi8ND : tMy if bthI ;
:.. by gentlemen of well bilious clImates/ may be had gratis of the un ? ?cri n..latt
; r A.E. MAXWELL, the extent and variety four assortment when tressed by weakness and '
!.t.; on the route, and their.pat dersigned. general ; 1I
' .f .f January: 27, 1849.t we state that the value of our usual stock of suffering continually by'pain" fdlfficul'.1t1z
-. that every attention will, be Also, numerous certificates from men of the lcl1r ll
, :"... ,,.. this is at least twice the value of and be, .
/; and ,comfort of passengers, ONE ARTICLE, highest respectability, testifying to the great having known calfnlen .
.,,''..T 1 t HOLMES handling of freight the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by efficacy of this medicine, can be seen on application medicine. ,has effected great currin t: t C
.. ;t.,r AGENTS: *. our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact} together to hearing it recommended! for such ca/ ail\Utt' 11I

. ;: I II Savannah. with the fact that our means and our T. O. HOLMES & CO. described J.J obtained a J bottle *10U E b tir4 .t
, ,, 'T 'ESSRS. HOLMES & attention instead of being divided a vast o Sarsaparflla and Allowed .
,'" .. Tl/T/ Darien. among Jacksonville and tii 'dllt t Jii:: 5
..:...t, .i. : IfJL their stock of Brunswick. :variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE, Jacksonville Agents for Feb. 24 1849. Vicinity.6m gave me. In a short period it;r i T d l ;( . t.: I t' building formerly occupied St Marys. will render the advantages which we can offerto plaints and restored ier, to.l A1tJa"e" 4

!:.f!!?.? known as the *, Jacksonville. dealers perfectly obvious ; and it shall be DR. TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT grateful for the benefits site r tiY lJif"
::1j !.) have added to their stock Black Creek. our care that none who visit our establishmentshall pleasure in thus acknowledgi\ lltQd' J) -S

. .. .;/:* from New York. a full Picolata., meet with any disappointment.Our SARSAPABILLA. mending it to the public. ,: : .: : 5. ,
i'l l /';; Grftceries, Hardware, ; Palatka. assortment is complete at all seasons of This Extract is put up in quart loltles-itia M. }). MOORE, coofGAlbenyA !* a' q '11 'l

r fL' j I;-t which they are prepared consigned to the Agents for the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE.P. six tints cheaper pleasanter, and warranted superior : ... ..:.;' ,
p.: ..\ :'. S. B. F. LEE of the firm of to sold. It cures diseases without
;. /*> prices. Freights from Sa formerly any 1 TO MO TREkS JfND.M..fBBIEDL'ib
,::1 s.,. .iI. j.?'? They are now prepared and all way freight I Lord & Lees, and late senior partner of the original vomiting,purging,sickening or dtLUiiating the pa I This Extract &J1Iporil1a.aabttllt1 iJf

.,.,Jf' ..i* Hides, and other produce firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con tient. and is.particularly adapted for a prepared_ in reference female =
,"r..: *;*' highest Market rates, and 1848. ly nection he withdrew some time ago, has resumed FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE. No female who has reassa. .to com>> bTL
,;::0';,'i;'ff' *n consignments to their business in connection with !uessrs. Lee & The great beauty and superiority of this Sar- proachmg that enitia1peniodhe roppoii tie f

...,,I.. a'V;;: and Charleston, or New EDITION Judson, and assures his friends that the new sapanilla.overt all other remedies is it eradicates should neglect to take itja; fctf'a, j .frSff
. .t fi| have a new shall have the in disease itinvigoratesthe :
r.: They concern same pre-eminence ventive for zany of the iotriSdiseasesto "
, ". .,/ Ploughs-to which they 'or SCIENTIFIC WORK this branch of trade, which formerly distin body, consumption cured' which: fenmles nuacions'and' $& I
'"'..",..a.,::4' she attention of Planters guished the other two houses to which he be cleanse and strengthen time of life. This are. subjt .' ,
; period fjr*
,....'..l.:':..:/. j ,Jacksonville, Nov. 6, THE SUBJECT- OF longed. June 25, 1847. 2y consumption can be cured, several years by using this ni medicinV j Mdefoyid]"l\ ;ia' t
; ". .Jt consumption, liver complain less valuable ton those, who
edition of thi. celebrated lIt nppm'iiLt r1
.Jr : B. R. : colds, coughs, catarrh asthma, spitting "
, ,
'i..t" nf GESTATION AND CH I tD In .Justice's Court-Columbia of blood,soreness in the chest womanhood, is calculated. ',!SlIi.isbjT C
." M. D., late of Paris, by quickening the blood and l .
flush Tg
'A'S .4' ;i -It, ESSItS. R. R. REID in New York.. It is a work which County Florida hectic night sweats, difficult system. Indeed this medicine is tall a:

,:-.-.r..,.;: .. : "l.i. ed the Wharf and of every Man and Woman who or profuse expec- tire diseases to which women intuJiUlJe fir.4 :
,.' prepared in to incur the Sam'l. 6. Wester ATTACHMENT.vs. : toration and painintheside&e. are wl&t'.
r .. :1, are now re sponsibiliiirg I ) It braces the whole : It
It will be fouad val. Debt system.! r'nnl' ..,
'':'':';i DRY GOOD, special [ $46 ently the natural J
r.t J' AND !! health or other circumstan James C. Green. ) Bond filed for, 92 have and i energies..47 rt .otili't1i'Impuntlts : :
; of the
''I' body-not fur stimJtttj .:
4 them to increase the number of eo
.i.z'1'\. !', MENT, to do a great inconvenience suffering, THE Defendant and all others interested can be the system us to produce a subsequent Ite11! ,.**

". ..... BUSINESS. A method of avoiding there hereby notified of the commencement cured. tion, which is-the i case of most medicinaui.. ob oC
,... ; ?'. Their charges'are at will. (recently discovered by of this suit, returnable to Justice's Courtto Probably there never was a :remedy that has for female weakness and disease. :

''Ls ::," ",r.,'! mah rates. Physician.) is Tally communica be held at Johnsville for the Ninth Distrui been so successful in desperate cases of con sump- DISEASE OF THE l W; "f a;
, ,..(..:::la They are the menns of prevention cost com of said county, on the first Satunl-.y in'April tion as this; it cleanses and strengthens the TURE AND DROPSY.HE.ABJj v p
C .-"1.:. Steamers at this place, and are within the reach of all.- A. D. 1849 and to and plead to the: system and appears to heal the ulcers on the NEW
: Jfl' : :
to'offer nn'y.cilclhty to sale, infallible, convenient, and lungs, and the patients gradually regain their YORJJuJ1 ; ; .
,I,,;;; ","t. injure the health ofth most deli! same. DR. TOWKSKJ: D-Deer Sir: Jjy win ,jiii?
usual health and
;;' and the Public generally. strength.
Given under hand and seal this been '
: 20th afflicted with oe
: curtail matrimonial privileges in I my a disease of the heart..*i4,
"'II I ': Goods consigned to day of January. A. D. 1849. CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.There with a terrible rupture for over fifteen .'

..t;.f. :. ed and forwarded with :: deception or humbuger Many JOHN W. PRICE, [L. s.J] is scarcely; a day passes but there area the greater part of the time. She his vrtrk beaa t'' 4I 4I:

'.;1I..-;" ; Their Store, Office and It i precisely what its title 5n- Justice of the Peace. number of cases of Consumption reported as troubled with shortness ol breath and great fiut.tering :

'., .,!.it"l'i. ". .::' ttd convenient to the publication,containing information Jan. 27, 184. 3m cured by the use of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla.The of the heart, which has been Tq dfc.*
: : __.John's people or those contempla
.....,.;";..t,: Palatka, in plain, language which all following was recently receiv : trcssing, and has frequently led unable U a.
:'." 1849. JDuvnl C. Tax Collector. DR. TOWSSEND-iJear Sir : For the last leave her bed. The t
I whole nntv PIe '
,I,. .story is_ told, and the rapture was very larjiL,
..-,!' -- the objects of the work fully; virtue of the power vested in me by law, three years 1 have teen afflicted with general and severe he tried UJJJI.OSt.Te1) remedy loi

...r'..... = : Tax Assessor's so that the reader may Avail him- BY I have levied upon and shall expose for: debility, and nervous consumption of the last such Cases with but little belief] \\hes til, C

.'.1'... : :' THE, UNDERSIGNED purchasing any medicine: sale, before the Court-House door in the Town L stage, and did not expect to ever gain my healthat had taken but three bottles of your exjtHtiV t
'. :: for the article, from the author. The Jacksonville, on the first Monday in June LS all. After going through a course of medicine medicine she was entirely relieved Utedimn
". ." i ;; Florida will attend at whirhit recommends. may also under the care of some of the most distinguished of the heart 'and 'tLe
-. fear of disappointment in next, ((1849)) the following land, or so much rupture las alsaoak ti-
"- Y I for the purpose of: r'I thereof as will pay the State Taxes due thereon regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared. .

. .r;.:f::. State and County for the Frauds on this Work. for the year 1848, vi :- Board of Health in New York and elsewhere, I She has also had the dropsy, and was very

,."..!....,,"f' At Laurence Ryan's penny fraud upon this work,at I 2.000 acres of Land, situated on Nassau River and spending the most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We bad to idea that she could
, .....'". : on Saturday, March only a decoy to promote the sale and Houston's Creek, adjoining lands of John to regain my health, and after read- be so benefited, as the had such a complicatica
.... '...i' I At Samuel B. Thompson's ) '. instrument at 910, f>r Houston-particular boundaries unknown ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved of diseases. But it strange'akit mcj >p>

....'.',.: i. on Monday, March 19th, the work itself pretends to be purporting to belong to Sandiford i Holmes. to try it. Alter using six bottles I found it pear, relieved. her of the dropfy., 1 a1lt aware
..., ,': ;'" At Darling C. Prescott's of my original. work being! A. A. CANOVA, done me great good, and called to see you at that this statement is so strange II to IJ-pfar
wish for th
. 4" and
; .. :j. Tuesday, March 20tb, WeisselhoflT with original private notes gen- Tax Collector Duval County-: your office ; with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fictionr but it is. nevertheless,JIIwi, 1.

.J" .1; : : AtC. S. Emerys Store, .can obtain it only by sending Dec. 4tb, 1848. Dec9-<6tn< moat heartily thank you for your advice. I persevere reality. Your Saraiparillu is certaiofy avaJ-

,: ,.. :;4 March 22d. 1849. he employs no Agents whatever, in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been uable medicine, and should be used hi wrjr
.,.Jt..'...' ;: At Cot John Broward's work at wholesale-therefore no Administrator's Notice. I able to attend to my usual labors for the last one that is suffering as we have Lt-riU1nr ,,

. ...... ?: Saturday, March 24th, Postmaster or Bookseller can PERSONS indebted to the estate of I.I four months, and I hope by blessings of God disb lievc this uecount, they are at him, U-

:'.':/i j :";, At the.Court-House. in genuine work.. Beware, there ALL George Church, late of Duval county, and your Sarsaparillu to continue my health.It .- call at my house and have ocular demo tD1 OL'
and imitations which
k- .J...:,.'.! day, Tuesday, and AU'mftm.menllol, may not onI. Fla., deceased, will come forward and make im knew helped me beyond tbe expectations of all that Yours, respectfully, '

:.,.I. :k and 28th March. 1849. promptly prosecuted; and cheats mediate payment. And all. persons whatever, my case. CHARLES QU1MBY. WILLIAM TOWSER, 1 Jame4t_
(f"I.I.:>'--:: : It is hoped that persons or abridged copies.. Thin is the having demands against the said estate, will] : Orange, Essex Co.N., Aug. 2, 1847. -

.....,. ...1: ..' made their returns, will work-no other can be genuine render them in within, two years, authentica State of New Jersey, Ef\ex County, ss.-Chas.Quiniby DYSPEPSY.No 1
_ It ::. dance, and thereby save a have been sent by mail with I. ted as the law directs, or this notice will be: being duly sworn according to law, on L fluid or medidine has ever been disnttr
.:to'f.I Ir. '. A. pleaded in bar of their his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is I ed which so nearly resembles the g 8triejvkt j <
.J ; :: ) work will be sent,in close recovery. true tohe best of his
.....::'i:: Tax Assessor and ,to of a the Uni en LAWRENCE RYANdm'r., according knowledge-and I or saliva in decomposing food and, rtrengtatani
postage belief.
any part CHAS.
" ::. Jacksonville E.'F. Jacksonville Feb. 24 1849. 2m QULMBY. the organs digestion as this preparation
J I..t'$ ".,.. .... I sent.! \post paid to Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, Saraparilla. It positively cures every cass"f
'I' ..
, '
. L, the 2d 1847. CYRUS "
.", >. xecutor's Executors' Notice. August, BALDWIN, dyspepsia, howeversevere or chronic. #, : 'r
E' 2710, New York City. Justice of the Peace. BA>K DEPARTMEMALBAIY.. May 10 l84LDi. ..-
c sale on the 2d day Subscribers, having been qualified as ,
p.-. J F Orri :C:, 938 Bro dway. New THE TOWNSKSD-Sir: 1 have been aftieiil.'
. l'::' of"the court house at of the last Will and Testa
4 .b.. ,Z".. '"'. her children,-Amy, John 2m ment JAMES DELL, late of Alachua county, TWO few families CHILDREN SA VED. for several years with dispepsia in its *vin.
indeed in
Very fact have
we form attended with his
of stoiuaei
, IT. sourness
'. property of the Estate of deceased, Notice is hereby given to all persons ,
b not beard of one-that used Dr. Townsend'sarsapurilla
" ;;; to debt due of appetite, extreme heartburn, and' a. gnat
satisfy a from REED having demands against the estate of the de .
,. ..' in time lost children the
; ceased to them without to the any past aversion to all kinds of food, ccd far Tetk>
present delay
.v: : summer, while those that did not sickened and I what I could I
r J. hand well ( eat) have been unatletaretiia
I. "\' Ex'r last Will and on a assorted undersigned Executors, or their authorized:
i.,,'.....'!./.' JacksonvilleMarch agent, James G. Dell, at Newnansville East died. The certificate we publish below is con but a small portion my stomach. I tried.tii
*:.1:';.t4 Florida within the time law clusive evidence of its value, and is only another usual remedies, but they bad bit littJe '_
:J'I.;. '; \' DryGoods prescribed by or instance of its saving the lives of children
..,.. t.. ; this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery : effect removing the com plaint. I:was indue*.;
tt1 DK. TOWKSSSD-Dear Sir: I had two .chit ed,about two months since to try xti'* i,
: : : Crockery &c. viz your
;; ,.. ;
; tr1 cured by Sarsaparilla of the '
And notice is to all creditors your summer of Sarsaparilla! and I rust say with little can:
,:.. '4.I PURSUANT to an order in bbls and % bbls ; and hereby entitled given to distribution, complaint and dysentery one was only 15>> fidence ; but afterusiig neatly two bottle,!
.i ;til and Butter Crac.k legatees persons months old and the other 3 They were : -
i'o .. rs ; that their claims will be barred unless exhibited years. found my'appetite restere and the heart wrar.:
..'...II 1 ";! offer for sale at Public F M Beer,Pickled Tongues'I,' within two from this date the Ezecu very much reduced,and we expected they wculd : entirely removed, and would 'earawtJjT'rf'
*.? !:' "p. Monday in April next Salt,Rice; ton their years authorized to die; they were given up :by two respectable commend the use of it t*,those who haft' ....
.hI.t' ; =: hours of Sheriffs sales Lard Cheese White Beans or agent. physicians. When the doctor informed that )' -
'l. ; I, BENNETT M. us afflicted Thave I < ,::"It'"',, ,:': real estate of Eliza M. ; (Signed) fcAM'L. ,R. PYLES.DELL, we must lose them, we resolved to try your W. W. TAN Zt"D1.1<:-

f'.. 'at o.l.c hundred and thirty ((130)) ; Dee. Sarsaparilla we bad heard so much of, but,had N. B. '.Jutchtu'D De but such lla yi

" ..'.1.:..1-. or less; situated on the St. Tea., Rio and Java Coffee; 11,1848. bw little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised 'pens that hide the bottl, ..completely'id LaWthe
... val County and bounded N 0 Molasses that is worthless but t
... ; TVTptice.w>Six MONTHS ftor date I shall : we are very .writtes signature ofS.P.TO'tEND.
j. 'k,:::f', by lands,of Eleanor A. Loaf, Crushed, and Pufverised I JLH 'present' iny'accounts and vouchers, as Administrator thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved Principal Office.,126 FultoJ6..SlnDjJ. .

...,!. ;I I, t; ;. Johns.River, North and ; of the Estate 'of Francis Richard 'the lives rb' th. I write this that others may N.Y.; Redding'&co.8Stated t. Boston i Djott;

.!....',,4 f.1'. vinReed theCtame, North by lands Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpen L late of Duval: County, deceased; to the Honorable ,. be induced use it. Yours, respectfully, -& sons, f32'North 'Second. t. Philadelphia' ;!*,.

.'S 'I being ( ) Judge of Probate of said county, for a final JOHN WILSON. Jr. S. Hance, 'druggist, iBaltiiDOicf IntrO) '
""t'., ;;; Iin3 owned by the late ,Madeira and Champagne Myrtle-avenue Brooklyn Sept.15>> 1847. .Wi1i l
.c.'. rr.1 1; .':. as Twe dside" and settlement of said Estate,. and shall, at the,same Richmond; P. M.CoheD, Charleston;
.. ; LUNATIC .4YSLUM. &Co. 151 (") 'Nn, Orleans 10'E
.':f',',: : time, 'apply,for.Letters of Dismission's*such] :
Julington Creek. The ,
. '"!.,:, of debts Preserves, &e. Administrator, 'of which all persons interested James Cummings, Esq. one of the Assistant ,Pearl-st.: Albany; R.Tan; :Buckifk.283 J IOT 1

,: t' .\.. soldlor'.payment. ALEXANDER of Dry Gotds in said. state aredesired to take notice.sTJPIlEN in the Lunatic Ay slum,Blackvcll'a Island is the -Market and;:! Broad rf:Newark, I'N.J: 'sd47pninIp : 1-

I.t.:.1." :; ; t Adm'r. Estate of !,. Bonnet and Taffeta ';D. .FERNANDEZ, Adm'r. gentleman spoken of in the'following letter: *) 'Diri'ggletaand . ''
; "
.. .. January 20, 1849 6m RIlE UM..4 TISM. thiaughont the United States, west JDOPth
... ": .:0. Jacksonville, February ,bltach'd and unbleach'c l .- This Is of Csnadas. AM.. REED i
,1.It; 'c ": t.. Feb. 24. only one more than four thousand' -. ,'Agent:. !!j!
, ';:;-', Bishops and Long Lawn; Runaway 'NegrOzCnughtoBROUGUTTOTHE ca&s of rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla Jacksonville, ?! l

,:**LL:::; .:...;; A dmfnistrator's .Swiss,and cross bar Muslins, : JAIL of Duva has' cured-The-J mosi'severe and February, 1848. ... ''ly < _
:" .; ', J\ .Ionsindebted to es, Suspenders; ,County aV Jacksonville, on the 26th olFebruary1 r chronic eases are weekly :;eradicated'by its extraordinary r -_ _- : itB1LLIAR1D---- '
lj".p Bergallo, late,of Nassau I brown Cotton Osnabnrg; .. K' last,'* runaway negro, who virtues : S A :L O'O: N'

o! .. meat And all he.Jcpg to, Mi'. billet,.of Alachua. county, in *. TOWl'SEND-Dear Sir: 1 have suffered 'BOWLING EY.. :"'J ;
persons AL
maids against the said Gingham, and' Cotton, in steel _this $tat The owner is requested to com: terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; .

in within.two frames; : :forward. pay charges, and take him away.; considerable of the time I could not eat, sleep; r.J"1IE: Subscriber 'hasl Veceitly 1tfc; .
years, .
directs, or' this notice Scissor, Razors; ,JUSEPH..A. ,BARBEE, or work; I had the most distressing pains, and 1 und fitted' np..''u-Billbti 'fcalceri ***.
thw recovery.' D. r ; ", Knbes'and Forks, Spoons, Jailor Duval County. my limbs weje terribly swollen. .I have used 'Bar'Room, the spacious premises foerl7">>

I < ; ,Jacksonville,March 3d,.1849. ,tf four bottles of your Sarsaparilla and they have nedby Government aid occuficd by J 4p..t'La1t
Hatchets,Saws; done me more than one thousand dollars worth alt r. 'HebraslOujiss1fintahcd a Ipltat:: .

':erfland1flLFCb.24 Halter 'Chains, P tsKet- (ORDIALS, jfee.-Maraschino,, Curacao', of good-I am 10 much better. Indeed I" am Bawling Alley connected 'will his e.tabli .

,.j Absynthe iTeeered Lemon Syrup; Raisins, Citron entirely 5.relieved. You are at, liberty to usethis ment, and,.at ,iresentibaonlv'not J InJatbIt'
priced-Powder Flasks. Currants ; Ginger; Fresh Salmon for.the benefit of the afflicted. __ vale: which willie entotIeubhie'2iM :.1
I > NotI.TIlE \ of Crockery and Tin Wave. and Lobster in cases, Sardines; Olives.'Capers Yours, respectfully, JAMES CUMMINGS.: day next, the 23d Octobe.' As he has bets:

SUB.csca Men's,Women's'and Children's Currant Jelly, Blackberry Jam; Jujube COULD, :NOT" WALK.. great trouble and expense to afford", Ibis ***.
; i :! jj..uoube formerly : of all kinThat Dr. "O'1fJlItJ1 'S, Sarsaparilla is the very 1 of healrbj;! recreatioBJ'hi trust* iis txnoMi

1'P'3! Bay Ho:.. )reet, (known as 'Articles, Perfumery.'Medi-1'. _DfC.'9.. tr A.I.. REED.- -,,. best remedy for. female-complaints'there I is "wiflborewWed! .. : 1'
; and wnoir
k,? who) ; prp : WM S. LAWTON :uo.disputingthousands and thousands of JOfl'CLA will 11.IJufp an 1ad .=.
I1:! r any suresthern may see fit to ; 15,1348.. ., ly weak and debilitated females .that; were.pros- choiceatMQV.QlUhand ,HAV.ANA SEOAI

4 surheir thatno. pains it? 'Jt.:Aft COMMWSJOfl. TtlEriCfldKT, trated .by.those diseases to .hichfemal are and: h* feels.jconfideat thatno. full WPJi'b
L cznfort.;. ,A and double"barrel r soon in the eDjo.mentotrob\1J: It touilcrwih Wm In ihis'parUculirL .. ...,.
Charleston) Iniect' : ,
Eg Ll H tached4to the rior quality'for'sale by S. C.J } -_ -- .:JOnNL'I'Ae"MIio.r'- ;;

;r j Je1'lwho paid to'the 'if.. A." M.fRBED., .! .C Jt H ':JG' :<:J uaODEsti;, u Jo k,:' "- ';' I; .NewYoaK'Sepl 231841., Jacksonville, Oct. 21,.1848.f ..,.r._.
think sonilletB.P 'G& : J.tMeD Gi
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may ; :
uldl ; tCt 'DL Towrsa-Dea.Eiu Mywife-has for -
I ,, : '
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:r" : = jo.s :; i AND SCUt.: '
Ful' 1 in .ES\f..Ch trlt8tI $.:;cjlcP.Elthe ,. 'i the Jast been '.oP ll3FZOk
.. .. year teryiiick! and,in.* Jgreatly S.msT9
4' } I'
% .racbta9U1". ., J. r.Dii. \.11.; REED. ; kt t ::t. ."., ." c '.: .l::; .reduced\ I Btate.of. lea1th,;,beiDa :reduced 10')&. -S'i '1' r rj.. tf
I k' > 8'tJI.; ft S- \' .. ... :...
a :.. .. ,. . L..,:, i.;-: i. S"'. bi7i9tj8' ..n .. .... .. fy S ". v.._. .Variety of eompW1\tll'I.h.: As femalet TJO.libl* D" .iI'", .itt )

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