The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 21, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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hcd t'fty 'l'llcsday! {orning at sect line. lie ,iJLT 'r
hI" was followed
Pit by the
.' 11:11"8: .In a,11 1 a nee,-OJ Fin I in months TUE FLORDbIN. phalanx, at a considerable distance same' bold :
f4l .m llnual unless\1 the option ofSikSSHi3
r'r" tll. : .
0 .. i1Il-c fortunately becoming'too stire. of victory s
: ted their military quit- +. r
I array and disbanded them-
selves.-By this
i : inconsiderate
step they lost
all that ::
r. aggregate of
"LAI forcevhjch
FAIRE. made
SEZ tha
1 1laeme"r NOUS '
bird off.
,1 { Perceiving their
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,cri ::! Ito disorder
. 1 WaIL JFt, mediately returned f'
'ordcr'i. .
ais+ commnnifatinns the .l1J. snapped as
and m mIDmW
ail letters nI m1r many ax
I Ther I s:tcon S I9 UQOO V' r,1USt I'bc P aid I, or they will not receive alien- C $ i i nay even the impudence to> i8-
fAtitor :r I alight on the very twig from which the

I _., __ EW..GOODS. QIINCY ACADEMY. From had driven Wrr\. I killed tim.,1 bees' ct
a London Paper of the 30th l\ov. ., --,- immn,1.J..... '_'
:- Notice. THIS Institution will be open for the reception of Murder of an English Family.-A private letter opened his craw, from which I took 171"u..u.y P

}+ claim* 'against the Estate JOSEPH tilt on the first Monday of July next, under from Lyons, which reached London I laid them all on a blanket in bees. : o
: yesterday the
r LADDAS Mipcrintcndcnceof \Jr H. ; by sun
M'Chntock.. und
JtvlsI'LOYD! decM\ are I.erehIhlttf, rd :11are private hands, after detailing the dreadful l to m :
and ) great surprise
r events 51 returned
I commodious edifice i
I t "now nearly com which : to life, lick-
arc presented diily.iUithenUKxtcitors raa i .ll:1t UllC, tilt' Mroe t t pleted the pleasant and !healthy{ nfla re of Monday and Tues eu themselves clean and joyfully

tl) the I within \\O.years, they1'1 ,: 'II-} received !,}' die schooner Da- where, and in the vicinity of which, good boarding Quiiicy, day last, relates the following horrid occurrence: the hive; where they went back to tal
,(3. h:1T1'l'iJ. And indebted to ,. can be obtained in 'Mr. Saunders, an English probably informed their !
11)rrn'r persons ; iiu-l: ebstcr, and sIo! respecta'ble families. gentleman, who had l t
"ull'c.Itc....., fl'Iin.'al: to make nianediate pay- s"' \urthcrnPrut.nc-e.. Gruccrie".p Splendid} 1, a complete{ In this isemin.'ry, youn mcn will !be prepared for been residing; at Lyons for the last three years with companions of such an adventure and escape,

It be IntnnaEluca Drv-Gu\ds.r.tr.! admission into any college in the United States his wife and family, consisting of three as I believe bad never happened before J
t,. l, till inJ U1'l'IH.'C can civcn.N : arc Liwrpo.l salt, ntarkerel, N, E.l: or for daughters, to aa
( the
rtcn '
) of American
ti-dy of the
liberal of bee
nI': cHAIRES ------' c.r. him, Ir.l'l! taluc H'l'cI Tats, in cks-3 any proA.'s.irns.. oftlieages seventeen, eighteen and twenty-two
BETSEY FLOYD Ex'irix.TIIF I ll.ll"w!"r. Jl ('ns train lIu'afure". Patl'nt Sllll'llllid The strictest attention will be paid to the morals] and years, and a son of about six years of ,

." 1 i'3 J :.. Ott.: j'ail, l.irpc: lot c.f. tin rare, iron and steel Ploughs wu.er- manners: of the pupil, and to prevent extravagant nnd out with the National guard to assi t in age went From the New England Farmer.
)1 f
J : ;
n":1' I Lest lty <.silt, wines, cofilv, Toba, ru of various ]kinds unnecessary expenditures, funds entrusted to the treasurer tile mob of workmen from f the FRUIT
; the position had TREES.
.1)1'j(JE1 01 principal "iIIllc they
IjI.tcksniilh'.N; Tools, with impnntd strictly applied! to the occupied at the Croix-Ronsse. :
1 If tl.e: L- ,'xttllSj\"c :. patent Vices, a purposeand{ within the limitations, prescribed. Upon arriving at Much good has been introduced L
n.U-Mjne.1.. admini-tratrix < \cry ntofl.udaarc that into
; Kngiish: and The principal of the institution is I spot, a stone was hurled at him, which} this '
n"li1&litjunck :
a woun-
: \ c:1n.k1"Jair late of Leon County, th a good a.wrtnient of lJr" gentleman of liberal ded him neighbourhood nt late but the
o{ ,%s, Jledi- t ilucation' and has considerable severely in the f ce.-l\Jr.. Saunders years demand
r/His acquind who 1
't. I'ainli, S-c. Botied ;
; }lorcbv, !fits notice that sbe t yaktf.l i.'1 pre.:'nt 'J obis salt in small bosh; l'aiin cider: ofv, err nod quality, rt'ncr and! repuruion in hh i pr'.\\-"ion. expe is a man of warm temper, naturally, perhaps, exci increases last r than the production. It is ea- E

.t.Jnd; vouchers for .settlements U>l<+re bale! rope, cotton The ditininishcd i htalthinessof the ted) at this attack him !levelled sy to raise good fruit as bad
"f''II. 11t Itt ( hats village and the upon his at or indifferent
; "nai'lIrthf; shot's and
: Bnnmis gun ,
'r lw bold the third 1h11 t'Ic.-\I lsn, cheapness of board, of the
Court to on sulay a l1l'x'.tBsi\ aS O lment of : 7, are :amon! the many advantages insurgent leaders and shot him dead when the goof is brought to market t
fanry it
goods and will
thI'I"'J' .llt.t. ELIZ.F..TH \C. AD.\IR. ready made atlordtd by the l.ication; of this institutie.l1 the This upon ,
1 I d..1 ttin.!I Trustees and the .spot. so incensed the: mob, that the bring nearly double the price of the '
1. :.1 eh. Uc hate e\rsy reasonable: assurance that the of A Las !les cry other. 1 he '
'j".1t .1- Ins t.wo sc\oonrrs shirr] he Anglaise was first :
Jan.; calculates to run hc- character of the iustuution general throughout cost of fruit trees is the l
will merit liberal only difference
T t'H.'f 11 tbis }'ltcrt'uca'.l o.k tllIril this: a patron, their ranks ; and a detachment in
'DR. L 1 :; ea5ln ; ap-fiom the puHi". consisting of about expense, but the prodfire of
L G and h !
Iriu'z rrfctnl five hundred a single
1 amw :rtrc-hrat onion on -IO.': and liberal scoundrels amply remunerate thh.
r advances rushed
on it and! to the
to I ;ruairesnre: )10 dollars residence of \ .
: idc af M'tn'tirr.1" frini per Saunders -
r >,
TIT,L mvi-: : pmv'i'- to .% quarter. Some ,
: ; .1 luj{ anu uj t. Will is
liberal] which difficulty
\-t.':,' an tw a III; l ;.Items to an; prof. .n' >. Peccni-tr! pay 13th a I 1831 I 17tf piice the English department, 2d class $G 25 per qr. i yards from was no more than three hundred to the time and experienced with regard '

.' I Iii r 1:( "1:' "iher; of tl!,c adj ircn: coun.it; *. I 3d do $; 00 per (0. where the monsters were astcm- mode of planting fruit trees, to

\I J- ';1..1.1 1 j -.)..->. 20tf I AHSJiAL'S SALE.-Bvxirtuencr. Payable at the end of the term, when the subscription .I bled. obviate which we make the following extra t D

IA 1.fJi..1 r is fur a longer term than one quarter.! M r. Saunders, fearing that from 31 1 r. Prince's ,
:Hi\: asitI Facia tssu.1frontthe some mischief was treatise on the ,"
DMIMSTRATOR'SNOTICE j jltforr ,. ," Application for; admission to be made to the Trcasurer. intended to his family Pact management
cl .L t rii"' r. fire superior court of Leon County to 'edcd to his. hotel by ol luiit and ornamental trees &c.
M 1 'lI'okn'.l: :inv t ; : r J' me fllru tt > -hall! rapt "-c to sale for cash on tuc day JOIIXATITAN there just before the mob _Sea ons for
J Ir. ( ; .,1U:1: cl-\I. are rf'qnc.tI] ta F"t'SI t j j the JJiiidiu, ot r\sarti, alt the capital ill the ROBINSCLV came up. He immediately barricaucd hi, JUHN transplanting.! -Spring is the
.. li-lvVuUa n'iiMK ii 1 I., Jhin the I ]I square C. H. DU PONT, Mormon \vh>n nr find the most .
1 1a I tune prosrn'tK-d I hy cityf Talf.i.i-ec! several and windows and |>io Mro ; ,t.
e for n mu
sin sa-ns If prepared
negro is tiii -
> > mca: \ :. ?Ult1V a vigorous, resis
: ,, r.1't!"., v will lf; ''icvt'r barred 1, and tho} e indcl.t- i\orrn, sail children ; also 2 mules, a ponty? sc- 11. WOOTEX OOD, }J- Trustees. tance. The first man that attempted to force the king our rural improvements, and from this .
/, iir, nrorcni.C4Ho, make wihrt'hv ,"".."h, u1 of trails circumstance
payment it
ed. THi'VA i sheep aud ho;s, aqunntity! ol t'trIItU1tl HENRY GEE. outer door he fired at, and wounded him in the probably has become the general tc
I 1 I.c','; GRAliAM/Aunr 23 : l fold) ':r, a wajoi amt ;:c.ir, },]antauon uteiibiN! Cy orJl'r of the Board!, arm. The} insurrectionists: now }became desj>erate, season for planting trees, but experience 3
SCI "o:: (-hllll curl kitchen
: : ;
r a hand null- JAS. A. DUN; LAP and in less than: two minutes has proved the fall planting to be
.h'II1II'TIl lct led 'rr'y. they gained an entr.ICc. the most 'I IIs
I I'
+ ':l."nn i ill'pr"i.rIY 1.1' U btrt J. successful -
i E.-'rhl' lieire ILttKhy to 19th A
and} May IR31.
scene uf
1 rcpn wiiisly sundry executions, Vir. : one in f.ivi-r of Kj :3U-ltuff. horror and destruction now especially in those parts of the United
|l rr.ntive of Dl'lldinr 1 n -rr, and all other 'pesiuijn REFERENCES. commenced, which battles States
fivor ofI
j prr- 1'ssic: = : one in f.ivor of Chaires, and I description. Mr. Saun are subject to droughts as the jJ
,,, -su-ii :ir' hcn-iiy n.nf.Ml: : that six weeks (: it faior of W.jlL.cc. TITOS. ders, knotting that bwlifo
,1f\ iltl'r vnefi'ltlUTr Sale wi i-hin the le cal h-,urs. RANDAL Jefferson County. ; would he thc fort it of tree- planted in autumn suffer little
cat I"'ivl: ':) am ;i\. f'r iMiirs rdnunistnlion, on the T. L.. IL\\nULPHbrsl1al. WM. I,. NUT ALL, Lr-on. his rashness, resolved s
o .1 "t' t.; :J:1I: Strutgt': lh rt'.h d.TOI1N, February; "ill li;3?. 2..tcJs PETER W. GAUTIKU, Jackson. his lamily: who were doomed to destruction, as a drought, when those set out in spring- lJ
T. JOnXf-nx. !t. 11; .'1''U\. \ OrtothcTRTTST ES fJ-rls-ler rfl1I1tp. dearly as possible. He plact d a large double chest perish in consequence of it. I;

r JImtIv,1-: !I: 1 ::, .. ".."6 W & (ilDEON I 1101 n Y. I In the superior court REGULAR of drawers" on top of the stuir case, on the first Notwithstanding that with regard to thoso I

FOR NEW Oi L, 4\SS. trading; !;! und'r the: firm! of l cf PACKETk& flight, over which he threw chairs and tables, to fruits that ha\ c been originally brought :rum

"I'dE: s" '!'tt, ..' II.' : i >,,ii'in! Pclir. Db I 1 J.L..UI") I Gad st.4n Comity 4 1'0 N 'V.t. impede the progress of the rioters:; then mounting[ warmer climates-such as the peach, apricot :
J& \H 't-t't (1 u ( 't"t vs: the drawers, armed with :
a double! barre nectarine and
VolWl' ._. .J l1S! ,.. PAUL. J L'lI rifle, almond, which are natives of d

S PETER //. Ar.iAVn fcr, rII E. Joe & ORLEANS d he threatened to shoot the first man who ap Persia, Armenia, &c. it is for
.2t suit has l"ecn I proached. This threat necessary us to>
commcndiy eticct;
WIll run as a rr ilnr I\u-lct brt\vttn A no -the mob consult the operations of dimatc"also
Y; '!'ia ,11.1 1 Ntw ( hlcans! duri' tl.o; promt sefVi ::- r nitacluneut, leieduponu cer.ain+ rrr o THE now and :ItliStutrtlulcltouu('1' rubbed forward pell-mtll, and Mr. Saunders fired!, from and, I

*." _:Vs T P.l.rs tl.::1y be :M-rtin-'i) t on appli.Fht { nun: {'l hY.! and a negro wpma"lararCl; :\1 her : .:r I:1, Captain CHESTER: ,I killing two men, and maiming' it is supposed{ se1.- a consideration of these attendant cir- r

., '",tN''. ,\. !j p' X Co. Jt 1c1-.-tlrl. iis, orin cliil-l:. as ti e property tit'tilt said John Al. Paulofwhiel + acc'vnmodation; s, mil run during ,the \ 'rcxce'lcnt oral mires. This only served to make the rioters cum tances. I have come to the follow ing con- )

W '.G. Dm:' \1?; >: ... iv<-. -Ji 1. 1?3L1. i&tf.: : all! rriiictrnod: Ii n.lil take: notice.JOl.N as a n.':ul.ir] Packet, h.twcenn] nrIl prcntt.season !!! and' I nduttn clt t'sperrk'-tile barriers were soon LrokenI clusions. In localities south of New York, .

C.'lPBELLt1"). P. Q.JLOOKAT \ \\-Orh::!'. Goods will bo a and the fall season i i.- cfcra* r''
FOR SALE.OM FI 1.:17; : 71), J ":1 taken onboard: or Ian- I passage cI'arcd. the hou.sc, !in less p le tor transplanting
led! at St. Marks, if rrquired. The .,! I than: two rulll'ltl'S.IS liilt-d?: all trees 1
Captain, if I* 1 : with demons in hu- -north ot J. ew York, the fall i is
!(?'pr'f> r Stiil or.nip't' tc, Copper Sarrtr: icienily t .icovrased int, preferable
-iinn- :':i.ds In remain p'f/IIIIII, + ntiy in | man shape. ,
rrn'i;.( L'ldl'-s{ 1U : rf Hn- I THiS 'hist ratio only for the apple, plum
: : pair Mill! !! tosio.-, and promises the utmost, attention to bu-i- )1 r. Boarders pear cherry, fI
,., ':'\o bf tl'll to ; PKTTU\ S L } was throujrh the side, and quince, and all other of
: us. ; :\1UR Y. fJ" subscriber liantcrs gnu Ics S entrust le (d to his char e. For freight left for dead trees northern latitude
,' Ul.'l'tit : 'as-ajc, wrltcrm in his Mood ;
Ins tlf! t
T ;.Ursj-ee, July! 1-Hi 1-31 47tf his apply 1.1, the 1'aptainon boanl. ; ce whereas the spring i is to be
run ChCHl\1t rrtl I h preferred for the
si "rse !haiid: daughters
s, .sirair.s. were murdered and t te! bate (
110Iil! : son
was 1'-
. PtocmU'r20hnr
TOTI C E.Six.ll'k siiior tut.-! Henry, owned by' Col. L"nh of \\es; I-l.cda: : anu umty : IR31. J3Jllm erect, I t./rculv. severing bis bead from his In-dy, ,! I 1 peach; apricot, nectarine and almond, which -

i, atioa; Fill be .\ d.! J-y Ami..: >ny Lani'vrt! :hundred.Ir. CaQc3 to one! tlra 1'ripj-.ard,, two d'-nic llars! ,healf to be ->r, from fin ,--r'7'C .e.I.t Y0,=x with a carving kuif: Airs. Sauiiders must tititnnately I for the rta>on3 before stated, might during severe 2

t' iiii, jtrdiic I,. : ;i'' of Ll'l'IC"nl1" '. f+r letters of falsall '1 uif at Ciuiii'- =The rules of run the i\.r li.e MAGNOLIA.ITfcKSIROUS escaped into a elcset! in her bed-room, i i winter.suffer from the intensity or the

"i."t1'1ratiOU'uttilttsa, !, : : of-I'truler1i i : *'in'tlate i : of ;;"n'rn. } u:' k ta of! of \viiich! opened; bv means of a sliding! patinel!, aId I *f osts. Still I do not mean to assert that I
Jiunun relievingmyself
Cl 'i ;
\ 1" :
\'y. y >3jw This chnlleriT"! ;o Lo acct'tcd thus preserved eif from that t late winch awaitell trees of these kinds
brfr % -
} on or tii< Ii!:h thc duties; 'fmy situation are certain to be injured

ADMLXISTKATOH'SSALE.-1 I I slay' M-irrliisrV.:. HK'/LKIAU: V* ILbi'll.OTICE. .ih.:yeihtr to drsr! my ati.iirs present i in :ia nulia.!, and The noxious uLl'eI'l'Ilali her sacrificed! and violated daughters, at the by the wino r, as in very seasons J
many they
,.. U..il'ry, F. hl1i\"Y; : l J l-32. ::..Jw"ji..T iS' with the Lands: of slit: -:e devilish monster: Tbe wretches
I !1) s
ill\ ,
i J ( n the r 11.; ::,.l!.l'l.nn'. ill 1'aliaia.see firniturrillurretcr : : is fiflbretl for arc not in the least afflcted still
r i :. .'t !;:r. !: .; :U : :. "'11l':1'11, lwlonill- I .-- ;KIKII: & STUKCES:- Sl'; and ;-r,-;ai bargains; will! L+; -jiv: .n in ihi.s! property havinir performed their hellish! offices, attemptedto to vicissitude.which; they are exposed -
", ,1. !! 1.I to nny one who\e it would! sei the bouse on fire in three in > may or may n- t
.ul'II 1 Vri/1 v \1 j.jhnri! dcc'J. al ail! 11.-> .<: p'lrpo suit to take po&ac.ssi places, which 1
UlU : .11I) : K-d tI.;LII.I ; .
PALA'i'JAilYH1TEHUUJT, 1 "e ,I t P'\y1.u : t 'tu! : I ,.I'II.lry l :jt.y l1ur tOt'OUlI' .III1J'I \ j. n on the lint +.f Alarc'.i next. state they left! :! it, and then proceeded! to their t flIflWSCou'lIdll' occur. Many ge itiemen, however, of exccl- ;

J.an2.'ti'.i! :C22. 23"w I v..rd; a.'dlt.! !! '.,n >:a !:v < u tJ'f'.'; the: h. of March: HENRY TIIOAIFSf'N". s at Croix llwisse. AY hen they lent judgment, Rii.ke their plantations in the

i 4D3iLMSTRAT10R\S ,1'\1!, a- luii.:' r id;:; !.'!.:. !1:1: :. r ;.!t. t i Ic, cixt-a thun. Novf.iber 29lli! 1831. 15'n were irane, .M r Saunders emerged from her hi, fall which only serves to prove, that, even iii

SALE. T..II ," '. ', :I I "'Y I, i' ). -2. f FI1JKNSUUANCE I\:,l'H.\'C1:. dill! -I'act''! more dead than :.!\'ennll extinguished ,- the mo-it intelligent min .s, a of :
WIll "r diversity '
sold opinion
; -
to ilichiclti fiui'T: at the laic I n.- 'H ltr. :';:aatst l.-ss or das::!?C by FIP1:can tiie tire, which, at that time, in the parlor, !had exists.
'"deiceof: ,Avliibdid, : Graham! '',!(in (Jad:!tnt'oun- 'rLL.ll1 IlAi. 1: ll-J ji he ctli<-{ted on the most t f.ivorr.bl'! tr tins, on applicatiojito ;- just commenced buriiing the card tables. .

i >rt (1T;; '. y Ihe 2Ou: .f :iar'h mat, tvc lik.IV. ; a auI'._ 'Ji' .Jll'I': i"lii' iXifMi' d the Sul'"rilk:1", r.:cntcf the Pn'tcctionMiicf Inm- Mr Saunders is recovered 1 rce, &c. on their arrival at the place of I
rrvs-Tti'iit I iisd4 l Icpnwn "1) lie day of s.ilc.' I "I.' J"n.uLutlttt'IUto: : i basil Hartford sulh'ciently to makeiis de tinatlon.-\:4
; "- ScUIed! company Jonm-ctu-ut. Inc\ery applc.ition depositions ix lire soon dS the trees arrive at '
THO.MAsD. OltAiLUl: 't.lfl". I '.....11' !. the Judge tie Paix, but i ills
Adni'ior.: tier fur &:i!:<::it 5 i"I..IJc\.Ucr'I,1 i! : the fair Gash value oftho muf.t! be at the wlseie
::nrv"tth 1 +32. I \j" ., property expected that he will not live place ; they are to be planted let
n.t V t .lI'S T avcr.i m To 11! tin:.,10, I lx.i\\ t-'n tl.tivh stated: and s-iii>factury evidrnoc, fiu.ui..dJftllr through te: nisiht.- ,
] \r'I'\jJFj'c/ : !',. .-..s :.f 2 o'rl.-ck! p. f:1., '.\1 the: l 1111 day ,.!' Ala h 'cti's. (,( t'jc' r+'prrc'ntatlrn, ;+nd! the pond moral cnr1'111' bail ha.s passed through his nirht .side: t nidi a trench' k due* 11J cultivated ground, the bun- '1

1 C E. mgt, aqtS"nll'htf!! 'b}:oath! fi?":i if'.:' *)if+ i I' :'O.o I t i.'i.traeterof! applicant. 'l'r!! h"Bey ofthc Office, has lodged in his back. Although'_ the wound 1 is dies f! unpacked l, and the roots well wet, and

ClIAKLUS SiXJXK.: i: tl ill prarrcc 11t1 Courts M 1. and 32, frr.n.inJOff.ct on .Mciiiue; I and, fairnt-ssand .. not supposed to mortal it is hared
,'. ( :W': C. It ( | punct liynay 'ir.: confitlt-ntlv! rc- qe that the} immediately copied with earth in the trench
: 1, ,Lt' I"JC I a',1'1.V1''t l ,' < ret t-, acd ir.sniiir! : iiiiouh/ 1 JV'.rn > .. lulu +lrlt., immen.se; loss: of! blood ,
an.j 1 tAv t vr I jll1',1! L.1;. PEltKI\S. which he hay sustained will.ate, i{} obscn ing u ruche= the earth
1" "'-OMII -, ;, fine that
t. :'., I 1'l'r.t'I'v'.fF/.rida.' : ; llis oilicc isat fn' llnJ'l .Cl.t.l.l. ;:g" .111 Ir, lll;ci'I1; t:1 ,.ay I Ihc S i.an Tall.dia 1 ,rr.t Ft-1'. 22, 'IS3I. 27tf case his death.}, In his present exhausted: l st thr-ii.! is spread
1.1J.w1Ja Il of Pt l 1 i t't'olar- aver so as not
C s: I'1&nda.' inttrca. thorco b! his medical, vacancies fossils
'j UK liUh attendants
:-. ,"!.... r .' ;:1.i M'f. .1' A'i. 1:52u :115' ill''s..- ; .i tiw i: Jay, L.1 J.-Iaud I Cotton S(-('tl! of the test do not think proper to at- admis.-iou al'air to dry the roots it
tempt the ball having
extracting which, ,
i'i< mdi 11:1'.1 l 10 t.e: >'. .-cnht r are r"->lllttkll 'jbli:, P. Ut'VALTrusteV. .ualitv-,.11! he boil of Mr. Viliani:; Kvle, near done the moment he gains ,sufficient con be easily been found by e.\puience that the thriftiness
: v n F"II"1:; : Rocky C'.i.n'.irt! ;;. t on;>r, and "t Mr. it. Tiu kiss strength} to
( 2.i1Il p"
: ; : tll cll:1 :itl: heltle their ::Ct"JUHti' undergo the operation. I will of t trees, the first after
ucrii. App.ihchii-oi I, iso ct iiis bushel.{ It i is from give you further year transplantation,
| u.) t. or ot111"\\'I.. i ,. -L.. SALE. per. 1
i I .' g.'iixoii__ -Byirtuc'f't the ;( t :p! ,1l1.lIII.! :: in (S t'r, cost there ono particulars al'my poor friend and his frantic and depends much on the fine fibres of the roots

Janmrv rUCUERICKTOWLK.; .f t'y. rifs of Fieri Ktuato: me directed, I I I dollar, p'-1 bu-ii 1, and {has Ji.'y: : !hr tii 4:111 Ear planted broken-hearted wile in my next. The firing still being moist, and not suffered to from the
17th u shall c-n'(t5 to s.t(, till he hi lnst bidder for *h in '!-s: !.<:I'. Fibrunrv cclItirntt's-the national dry *
ca on I : i'lI I ls;? !. 2.' lwlm Guards appear to be > time they are taken until
paraIVZt'd : )
ik iPl"ju.\I.n'jIV of Fcbr'i'uy: next, in tilt tm. of and confusion t they are replan- j
n ,
: and ted
FRT GooP S.1 't+lalIrI11: the rijht; tide, cljJin, and Interest of 33! S tttborft the most revolting and iearful Ins, crimes; off I ; their increase, therefore must depend I
i'HK II. Bnc1 fiord r. : '+ are illl i
Kdvard Kit in,, in and to n poi rcc l the ubccndant. b'od j principally on the subsequent
.'t'1'; Ltr 'n 1f hlualr:'n iain't' 1tlcJW",1'I', only Inon'swhcft this wl! their management
y. rlll'kcry, dryrncrrlr ("'I ou arrival at the
1> .J" :11 '1' a..(I["n place of destination for
: tabs "11t'r...c.b.'II"t, lJ.b.J1l end.'P. ;
FI1'rJUt' htnu'}. UElF, J.m \1. J arc'0.3,<;n.1 S. Since: writing the above I it: when the bundles are the
u l'.-'f' ?t. I, \'a'b l.f Llultl-S ir'l Wit1 .Jc ; have learntthat unpacked, trees I

,1\,'>., SII'!.!. "n.1 Tfli\tt, TO\'l.iUE nit ij ti jrrci: iiow fI'-(;qi'ct] ; l-y Jj:-fph: Laid! r.prove-I two Knjirlisliinen have been shot at the KmTivoli are carelessly l exposed to drying winds, tho =.

, !I1J;. 'otirll' IllC1; TLH, flJl to :', i-r\ tvoiTiitions; i.Mih\or ofthc who were walking quietly along, anll'e! } uuuT fibres of the roots must perish, and .tho

JII1n.'zt" Fn;, t Jlwh: lb; ju -rtHt.'=. halt, w ill isiKip.'..ic,- \. i.mi.;, the hours pn srntd > no oflence to any one. 1 am told! they arc ?(butii trot, if they live at all, cannot thrive the first I
., j bv. law T. K. HAMJCiLPil) 1, Martha! tlead ; theredre until is 1 1elon
1'.l1l1e" peace restored, and the : as they
"" Uv ,1.A. FI.-HIiil D. 11. authorities can receive little or no nour
L'iJMfUjilO\Vll! get the hotter o1'the I
111 r StCUt, Jal1 aril: insurgents, shallnot ishment until those fibres
:.klt('Iw, .. : .ry l 1S32.j 23t sPS'fPK.ED quit holel. A are replaced.
2 ., ,. my of a regiment I
\ Pi"f"'j'I" ; !' (']. of the line of Planting.-Let the holes
1.t'1..l\'td r s4'. consisting of -2GQ men, is just arr ived. be dug; I

per tl'iop; -'l'idldjl.; and f'r sale bv i SALE.-The a- God grant that the night may pass over without! somewhat larger than is sufficient to admit '

WILLIAM G. Blnjr.S c "'' !,': .t ,"o. !80:1 LAWS OF THE the enactment of the roots t'in their ,
T a" a.h\"r, t. t Mjiu.rt; >'. ,5, ran c 1:01 1 UNITED STATES PASSEDAT the Bristol) Tragedy. natural position, and of sufficient -
hrr'r'nllW': I:ill ''H'B. 1 17tf north "f Ur":i'> .::1'., with the i.-iprovt-i.: ,:: -nts tJ!:+Te-n,, I I THE FIRST depth to allow the tree to be I,
I t I -- are until tin- first SESSION TIlE 22d COSGGt:..s' pLced'twoor
postponed! nvnid.iy+ in 31 Teh I
.ptlls"P/'t'i' r Court tor the Middiee District iii.i'T SAGACITY OF BEES. three inches deeper than it
JA.. F1SHLT I J : il was before
Lr'on 111. uarsl' !.
t"dJ* Counts' Oduher Anno Do mini i iZC'1J.IU.H Fnnrv [PC5LIC No. I.] transplanting take
Ml 7'5i I 1-11.: : 2."itd ; care to cut off wound- ,
AAd' to antlioiize the"State of Illinois to s-'eli Any thing relating to (the natural history oflime ed parts of the any
root and
to reduce
'f' I them full
JERKINS, ) ; \. up (hventy tl.oiiaaiid: acres of the saline lands in bees, is particularly interesting at this t one third to
1.1.", atr! ,i in-t t > Incliancrrv. flt..I; ; ; v he -d of said Suite.Ue when so many of our intelligent countrymen, them, shortening the branches or thinning :

I UiTHA.JiiiKIX, $. ) them the
I Rep- full 1
iI- among of
J'If..,. I ann; I by r.tu111 of li.e t ; Mnn-'ial!, :,.n d by JL.-M .\ ., l ]lcui. J, i nnt, I 1'I r; sfntn lives of the United Slates of America in farmers of New-England. well rotted stable manure, in proportion !
J axitfilp: thathrtlm .J.Likin.- .illS. ant FnrKib: !:]'i'', ":prf; '.utrj opprais- Congress assembled That to the size of the tree be
: l 1 the State of incorporated with
t' ItVWl'm!? tli.'I'errit'Iry.| ('s l10t re.rs, by \irt uc of the 4ti! Scrluliof; t!Ic art cone,.; lIiu: and js, suthorized Illinois be, The f following anecdoto is extracted from 'a the earth and the t
t I I'is orderrt! !, th'ltlfl, nurks, brands, and-str.\ys, npprni" iilsi 1\m I and empowered to sell and dis- I letter from J. Hector St. whole made fine previous :.a 1

i Br'' ::1.; rtba" d
1 ()'i'ainanwSk,. |'' O1, "r lx'tore' ti!.' 1"-t Monday in rthenin +.p in tlc kft; l'a. told umrlit! : iH the !ants car, JlO thirty thousand acres heretofore authorized to be Pennsylvania to a iris nd in England,' firsthave in the earth, let the tree be several times shaken I

- tnd next tl.1 1. to" ,raid 1'11' cuul! : aintud' 1 flit I ulat- I I'! ">j'lI'-i; /ne y''r.rlin:; gird' call buontrin; to fid; cou, j sold! ]j J of the| buds :;ranted to said State for the use published we believe in 1784. in order that the soil l be -

J cr"assn I} : 1 alt'!! ('tl I, nil b- !taken: j 1IltI brand visit--r.r'i'! i.iidcow nhmii H'ell }-.irs.to and support tf:t ike salt- rarks, known b y the The sagacity of these animals, which the finer may admitted a- I

.., gut! c'kf'r"'tl ;,rcnrdin':1v pro i i'llc UWIIC' of saul, catch: i.i I' 'plr'i! lJl1e of the "Ol.io Saline in thc l been the mong loot*; and when completely ,
, the( ; anti it l< fur- i pio\c pro- county fGal- 61g tenants of farm astonishesme i
rder'd pcrty, 'gay char and take ,tilt! J till in my filled in, let the be
fd that :1 CA'P.f tlti oldsLt: pu1,1i-:1l-1 t z tl 1.1 a\\av. acid Sate ; tile said twenty thousaud some of them ground well trodden down, I
1 a- ;
f lIIW n(. T. i 1:. 1 .\XDOLJ'H. uf Janel seem to surpass even men and finish by
t' :.1 p'!!.1I'r 1:1 t ibis Ci ies tu be selected! and sod! a11 the in making a hollow or basin around
"ftk T-rrilory ,
f !! u- and :
;: 1 a T.\.r.: I'chru" tr:; 7th I".: :. 2."PwIKV ctl.d. thovof pI memory sagacity. I could tell I the to
'recnioutJA : ; catch
/ti -'Il'- ; "P l eel in such! naup as the Gen you the rain and it to the
't'n'.r. ,
. si.-: of J t. : singular instances of that convey !
true j-'jrt l"rUi Jdll'r-'IIII (' C'ouri eral I Ateaibly oi' Illinois kind.--"What then is to
.f'I'I.I't."t.' .\', iUUi.N'\V. 0IJ' have directed, or !,erealthis instinct or receive the watering which it 'willwhich
liOHSEY" t Attachment.--All] I ttr ilittct. which we debase :
'a- so and of
I I1t j p ruav t be neeessaiy; to give it should
\ : J xnis 1 iH'l'rcs'd: aro r (pairTnn ,Al'P we ta the season provo ;
< ::onu are ight to
"- J.nM, JAAIKS. .. LINN, Clerk.Vouott.Jr. lfi. J. V. i 11ITE.! \ Ell; to t\J.e n,,ace, that Uit January 19, lS3:. ..J1 1IUlm ,_ entertain so diminutive an d Mr/

tl11 I I0.1_. :3m J".' oticTd-uuu; :Iios Jw4 111".1! 1Tiy uuc unove any other tenants
: 'I'S in firs} ybo'.c C.--(. 01 my
; >. 11. \ GKO.i T.VAUMJl' \tt' for Pi'ff.: PUBLIC No. 2.) farm attract tr.y attention and I To cause the trees to thrive.-The grcund
: ct.
'lit .s.. .1.) I P. .l1 JOlil y AN ACT resp. am
:i I 11'- !f'nil''d .. L''v ..Tnmv 2t-h:: 1 l-3:>. i'.tSni supplrmentary to an Act to grant pre astonished to see that nothhg exists but what where they are planted must be kept cultivated -
it'll!'Ir rshiJ. ill l'J"rI; --- emption rights to settlers
'Jllr '
'Nlt H f al, I* (; lOll on Public L h, ".. (; ItAl;. enemy one not if i is I
icr j h.'Lr i 1P'".n'ri mi.illhasscf! and .. Beit enacted! species pursues and lives grass
; lit ll r .r-. m'I'. A5ii.nacJjrol.a! { l'. I5t.iU or{ Tallahassee, upon other. Unfortunately a around them, and if it
hl'L<' 7 } ''. : resentatues oi' rile United our kingbirdsare ,
(t States of
; mil America
Leon in
rtlesd. II 'f'i 1.1 of I'li'Tour1. : County, tbat he has removed from' his the should be to them
any !** of( Flurii''i! Congress, assembled destroyers of these industrious necessary plant in J
.,11.11'.' ( ''Miiiicof( 1 l:'riwr .;tmtl l, and has That from and after the insects; grass
! Ktri..f .Je"rixriior,: Al't'nma, vill I !\ taken: the oCIce r t of past but the ground, care must be taken
Yxntage this on other to
\tI. I" !. .. AI1r.3,1. L it: iOlf I.y ocetipicil h.vtla' late Dr. Aka, act, all! persons who have purchased hand, these birds preserve. keep the earth
mellow and
GEona 1 .1umarv: I Ilith;: 1y32. under an act, entitled -\n act to grant preemption our fields from the depredation of crows, which free from grass for three or four
: tff
!t ', 1"l'n'.i}' f ) ll /'l"J',r.'. --! ;; l.l tfJ-i red rights to settlers on the public lands/' ;appro they pursue on the wing with great vigilanceand feet di.tan: around them, and, every autumn,

1l"'t.t 1':11)I1'4.{ : hundred
r .Totnl1l\t\ ", I IfI.l1. 't'tt! ATTORNEY" l .JtV. certificates and of thirty, may ass'ign and translcr their two interested motives, I have long resisted around each tree, and every spring the bodies_ I

F 0 Ifi .LE.1firt t'r! t' l'LL 'mcne : the Courts nf this Uit.tr;ct, and teats may issue purchase in ; or fi receipts, and pa- tl u desire I had to kill them, until last year, of the apple, pear, plum and cherry tree, and .

t rate ]r.'. H.tuir'utr, ; ir .nty It cst Florida. His Officemi the name of such as.-ignec, when I thought others that it is particularly desirable to ;
: increased
1U'' I n fiiniii IS Jcllorson! Strct, upjxiMie that of the all. tiling in the act aforesaid to the contrary not they too much, and promote ;
> mill IJcjrifcter.
t1JrI1t!lcr. t 1 tbi'f* carp por l'lIlcr! N. l>. All iuslrnnK his of v-ritinfr, will be drawnwith withstanding..APPRon'D my indulgence had been carried too far. h the growth of should be brushed over

,111 Ir'>. JOIIl'l'. DUVA.L..", the fctrictt-at attention to their legal accurt c Y. 23d January, 1832.Strayed was at the time of swarming when they all with common soft soap undiluted with water; ;
OTICE .. + TnJl\h\sEI', Junr 'U, J"> 29. 3Stf.AtAlirMftiTl'A'nUt'.S : came and fixed themselves onthe neighboring this treatment will give a tbriftines to trees surpassing

.,. nlllirstion,: .- weeks alter dateOl 1 1\UIICK--\Jl j persons or Stolen. trees, whence they caught those bees that the expectation of any one'who has

,'V"IOl1t.}. fr will L.* IM"d to the prciidiisf a\ .. the estate of till! late An- F .H.Ol\llhe sub cnbel' in Sel..telnbcrla.st } from the field. This made returned not witnessed its effect. Should the'first season
I drew 1ushdeed. me resolve
.t 1 ti1' 1Jd."itl" letters!I of ndmiimtiiUK.n on the arc rt-ijiiiicd to present them duly n 'tHI11; bright bay })ore, about 15 band s to kill I after transplanting prove dry
tr1:1rel1ft'fiaTIJJ I1I (dec'dd, or whch: aU authcntic.au within the time prcacriljed by I law, or ,..h! cone bind a tohort time Ucfol'e-also as many as could,-and I was just regular Va.terni.r

r JL'L11t ldJTtl\rv. 71h IS:2. pf"'"' n' they will be f rover bam-d. '1 has. indebletl to said: rol, 10 months old, having some white abqut, a bay his horse feet ready to fire, when a bunch of bees, as big I will be necessary, as, from a neglect' ofproper S

dandfor KILLS OF--In\jl\U-Juht) 'r' estate arc reqws'cd' to make i iuuncdiatc; llalarlnrin. nt. Any information on the subject, so that I can recover as my fist, issued from one of the hives, rushed attention in this respect, may lose a ,

,; r ale ti this( Office. LKAICttUSII.Ll\J L.1L'.j IIrtmuu..Lr..tor.I the properly shall be liberally rewarded.P. on one of these birds, and probably stung large_portion _of the trees during a drought. to
-- --
Lc:u County, ebnury! .I lh: }tfi*. 2C8w I February: Mlh Ie::!. HAYS.l6tf him, f for he instantly screamed, and flew, not : -OF ALL KINDS --- ,,
BLANKS -Printed
as before iu
I ao irregular manner but in tdi
.. ; for sale at this office.



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i ht Lie ctful cud ai'on w Til bo ,u tor..m. L.tn. Unecde-d. Tl.cwhe-Ie. -i.t cf r.ctcs that the prfsf C c
--- = (JAII il i..' l Li c aarf : w a tespf : ilwtheir i-
hank this has been able to ktp in circulation, I have ;a
CJU\C1L. uecision. ilcauuvH toatroi the governor. 1 he diUercnt branches in tillage c
14FGISLA''l % t certaiuvd authentic dens not more tl an ,aO,11
inde from sources, average
il of the government .ire. on pncb questions, of neteasity, entirely _
i -FI.1i&iTh-itv--7 r pendent. 'Kegajding subject as one of primary importance, lhaveUioujtlit Its IisUsucover amount forthwith return lo the Banking hoi r' 'I-

TOP IIou uaiil to adjournment the minutes of yesterday :It due to the couucil kud to niysetf! to make this exposition and w ith a demand for specie or notes of the Bank of the Uniievl Siai !1-
raelpai LI -
explanation ol the reasons for the course I have pursued. I have no The notes of the Bank of Florida must be ledcemtd inslanler, or v.ce

: were mit.I ask leave to -in- but 1 feel bound lo improper encroachment Bank would lose its credit and standing. 1 he range ot circulation
Mr. LOVC not'ice that be would on to-morrow personal eii.iti. prevent any staled
I I trill gave be entitled. au art to incorporate tbo trustee* for the rights and duties of the office viilh which 1 am teropora too limited, and confined to allow of more than the amount
trainee upon
a the
after cum
ti Cadnlen rily entrusted. Convinced that the restriction contended lor by the be kept afloat. The surplus its issues supplying = --

.1 Bethel BALTZtLLintrodaced Aratamy >n county bills fallowing, which were sever- conned, is proper and legal, i will readily relinquish the power claimedabeloiigingtothat circulation goes out of the territory, generally to the Norlh lo p cC;. .
4 Mr. office.but otherwise 1 can only lament I the4itlrenCe time cebts ci'our citizens ow ing there. As the notes of our Bank w :. cc It.occ
u1y read a first lime.A until not the Norlh specie cr totes of the Bank of the Unit r.o -1 :. : : : : -it
bills above mentioned :
for the election of the sounty seat of Jackson coua- of opiuiu with the council. 1 retain the pass-io CL--t-4 oCt f r;
hill to provide be had. Thai sue-h aniounl supplies ihc current eircu! .- 'X
infoiiaed of the ullitnale decision of the council, on this subject. must '-ti;' 0
ty.A reulte proceedings in chancery, and a Very respectfully (louis piovcd by the fact, thai tut few if the notes of other Ban : -
bifl. to amend no act to
in circulation lure and the amount pajmeni5 j -
ttiat average
for the and publication of Your most obedient servant, *rc ,-
bill to amend an act to provide compilation the Bank of other banks dots ut-t
I JAMLS D WF.STCOTT, Jr. lo ft" Florida, of notes exec
all the statute of this Territory. additionto one twentieth til the amount paid in on its own nolcs. 1 ho curia zI- : .
entitled an act in
Hon. A.
be Bellamy.
bill to ::
Mr NUTTALLintroduced I (C Ci
discouui made tluse circumstance? have oct -
Argyle. which was uncut ui necessary by : O
relief of the heirs of William
the act for the Jce
Thereupon Mr. Booth offered the follow ing resolution, which was sioncd some teiss.ttitactii.u amoiii. the cr.izens but w hen the ruses ? -* ** o

reid a fiSt time entitled. an t.ctto divorce John lost. understood il will, 1 think, abate: The Bank has been obliged lo i r

Mr. from hi ES wife introJocrd IVrwn.a"bill wl.icS to w a* read a hrst tmne. i Kesolvid, That ths evidence which all bills of divorce were pre strict iiself principally lo the ne ociaiiou if bills of exchange on t!

Darby on the judiciary to whom the dicated passed by the legislative council, durmg the present stziun, %e-nh. '1 l.is in s'nnc meaMirc prevents the drawing of speciefii'
Mi WKICHT from the comnm.-e ,
edt the Bank and is an essential coin enIc nce totli"s ewlio wishtotrar
memorial "lUre ..ctintroveruor ,
L. referred, reported a forwarded to the ;' ,
.al.jct hndoo yesterday the removal en of the (Indian* V. nhm the lernlory. winch I I Mr. \VK1GHT thtnr.utreu the prcamlle and rc-vjluticr.s f0lkw- *e-r their luiida there, for the payment cf debts or other purposes.
# ( Congress Ordered that the cle.K forward a copy ol the 1I1.. Any oil.cr Bank will ..e obligtd lo purs re ihe same course. Terection

wa. read and adopted. c..mmuscai., on the s:ime subject57be "\\hreas an application hns been made by tho nctin- governor, for of ihese I msuuuioi.s cannot create capitol where there is no.
the ,
of e
with a copy from the territory, and the .paker% ot the Hou.e ,1 the t-vid. nee t'fl w nich this leL'i>lative council l h ipa std ctrtain laws, to .spare, and this is the misfortune in Florida. THREE banks, it *4"l I .-. 5 r 2;

Delegate -and whereas it hashvreiofuie been IIIIUM.U! to furnish stir-li evidence cerium cannot und a range for the circulation of their paper. Oi .

11 lSSdVem the fonwiS communication from, the acting -and wherc.is the legislative council is dipo ul in the particular IMS.S: perhaps two, muM be abandoned finally. From the clashing of i ileret -l c.-- F '-' -:-V r.;' _
The l presented the nd.--to- hi" on lornier J.iy alluded to, in die comn.unicati'.u of the acting govirnor, tn supply :, 11 ii 1 easily fore-seen nogtwid will ensue l<, the comniumty, arIa ---: -_ ----- :- Lt'r .
in relation to requeM --- --
I covernor. wh ch certain private bills were fuunctd.-wli.cli! I trug fc fur suj-r':macy, they may do much evil. To or -. ,- :-;' -. ? e _, -
information upon all bulb of uivuire were predic.ucu, passed by the kpslativc council Bank embrae'ing the intm sisof both title! no\v propose d, joining 1

was JtJU.ftj during Its present session, bef.irwaided( .o the acuitg uvciuur vv :itii '> judicious provisions .n l lhihauers, and! leaving OUt the bail, t; : C :

Btoi! Hun . -I j -I- --
TALLXIIASSKE. was lost. Mr. President, and Mcs>rs. ', Fitzmtrich, -----= I
$ EXKCUTIVE: February 6h ls'J2. ta'l Pope RobiAii ami % ri.rltt-S voting for ; tiiid Messrs. UaltiLyrd I '1 here: arc mnai'v objections to the dc.ails of both of these rharfiThe ': --.t -I r.
\Varreii-3 \'l\i- h sh Ki be throw n around a bank in this r. ii' ** "
communication t-j the c.cil. > June Love Pra.-t, Jjanchez, and again rcatnciiui.s -
On the 20th ultimo. 1 addrc--cd a CtvOjier, tliMii'jeci ""
cnume-ratcd of Duval on
considfration ot J try, aie-ii.e sily in a mess.tie governor tr.
i-min" that it \va necessary lor the proper i 1 tt. enrolled bilk, reported correct in Isil1, a ot which r.o\\ enclosed to ihc rouncil (rid
f th'' council%, that the dt.ci.menls :-Vr.! I5YUI) from the committee on copy :L
certain divorce bills 1iaed by fum.ded, shouul be larni-hHl enrolled. t'. Ja ot journal of council lS'2'J.) A charter consolii.atin2 theM.-iw _
said bills vvete
4 evidence upon which counriHbi lint% purpose \\as respectful!) I .' An act to iue rjv>r )tc thcctiHr\P! of Flmid-x.'' ci.ircrs v. ih ani.n.tit's> tcntvrn-ielable to suestion of tit ncsJc := c.L-,
mend an order of the tins course sliohe across tne Aj.ji.ilachic.ola river at Cehccsc : \\oLd-T, it uesiiite-u for these-l"o, or een f"r ihc latter IK- :oiturreinnbj :-j = sr It.L. ::
su"c-teJ .is 1)riperlhat An act to eMabashiiiliTy 31 = at. ; _-l
likewise J
quested and it was t- inv, .-. i-.y.; much icau.r tatiitactie-n than to e'ui-ui. l llhe t ,, i : j --t
testimony -
pursned in allca from tlierhiuf clerk of the council e- two inci r4 'rai 'fl'$. -- :1-T
duced to the llou-I By a letter had considered tlO'mimunication. *' 1 relurn iho oiniii.Cie-fore njecicil, bui if the -unril should nreciiisieleratitn ii
tod IhpJ4th ultimo. I am iol!> rmod that: the council Appaiacliicolariver! to S.--i :'
that they% dec! Fishei Sen., to build a mil! dam ai \ ,-ss i e.i, I trusisome of the aii.uiunun'.sst'ir .
me aeiftuthoriMn
ami had ttin'Cted him t.) apprise An :: George I ? ;e _, '
Tit. r''u.-t w-i: made in the behW, still enlertainit Kick across UK Ji.kclciiCc! river and f T othtr purjK>M.s. wiii.ui to ohllLtte!
t'i V -t.
ir-t< if not uecesaan. to (ii rtl.itin. to crime* ;.nd aibucmcaisorc \ cry respectfully, ; :- .
nnviul act
An an
jh) o..l. r !f tinlluu I I <'- was pi.ipcr art to ; .. -
: .t : *' *
-xjir- hi ii -
You i o
communicated withlhe ficc inj imi.itto\.s.! ; cue'dieni servant, :: ,
J.iin the ttfkeil lor. w they were not by slavey negroes, O t;! C '
picrs: | ; and thai the consideration ol su A!i act Lu aiuemJ act conrcrnir.s putrol>." (? ipicd) J.-t.z: i6D. WESTCOTT.Jr.i .

l- which they aad were' '*appnitci.ant" *%as n 'l -st'.onably among the powers de: .u act aiiicud.UM'y of the j several ads, concerning the ndmini. l-.e iu'is referred 10, wcrrrccunsiue-redar.il ccnmnitetl to a cm 2ii_ _

;documents ei d to. and the P'dmi. s jmp'.sed uj'tm thv gou-rr.cr l y itie Urg.u ration I f esiatcs; aid the diuus of eAircutor, administrators, ai2Utrdi.iii mine ot uc v.jtuie-, .v.r. ii uu. in the chaii, hn reorttd j.rrc: j

Ic laws. The ditTerniicR of pinion between the council -nd ni)selltlrit ( >." nud"An mil ask and ob.auicu! le-ier.'c to sit a ain tu-morrow. k. -, J. i- V ;. --.

4 .subject lias Sell mo no alternativebftvvaenthe violation of illm act fur the relief of Thomas Brown and Frtucri-K We i ne lluiue ihen aujounied unil lo-uorruw y o'cli! k.rLBKUARV. J_ -.ZL-4 e. ; t c. -ic
nut on!I) ol tbuls 8. 1: -4 Ci c tr. -.
and the iej"Clion
cu'ciei.tiuu3 convictions of duly, don.1 4-- c"-. .'
mentioiifd.but all thereof Mnrihr character. .justification wlgI The engrossed bill to berniiiled, "nnactto prevent the fi'turc nil The h )tsC met ,-ursuant :
perhaps be fiun i for declining la sat on the bills ami fur retamitu rati'ui4it' free nesr 'ca nd riuiitoe>, iiti thittrntory and t'-r ('tICurposes sent ine iii.nuusol'\esieiday \> er uad..Mr. .

:n anl 1 he papers properly; nffitrtenant; to thorn w. re lurmshc ," was itad a third time, and parsed ordered that the lit! LUVh, introduced a ..iil .o me rporale the '1 rr.atees of BetlitaiOemy
excite discoid and disturb thirmony \ : in Uadsde-n \\le-h v us read a lat time..Mr. .
but this would be a cure ca'.rulatctl: to ',e as atorcsaid. county,
that oujrlit to xiyt between the ItyrUlalhe tounctl aiuJ U The bill 10 be entitled, an act to require cnT.mbranccaon prorciy .\ uiia.i p.Lse-iitie: e-rtctiii con.municali'iiis! troin j. H. Wilii

0 ;;tiUTior. and !houl.l thert-lo'e lie avoided. .1! tegard the governor npt'riously : to be made public," was read a 3d time and loai. mil Lv.ij.tmui Lhaircs i.-q--.r. 1-um.; 10 me cipu'-l contract, whitlvasreau I

bound be-fore deciding xJi.'5her 'o npprove or reject an) bio The bill to be t milled, an act dirccim: the method uf jimccedini and .-..i. i .. i.> a s:. ci.tl cou.miltctConsuiitig of .Messrsu.tait Am't. of tax rt-tr'n for 15-2?, 2400 !OG|

imeftig.v.efu liinef.) in regard! thrfatlt opon which it is prei absent dobtcrs, ano'.Lcrabstht; dtfindanis, and on aiuici: :s. ; .rii.. L. -, .p .nek, ar.d frane-ht z. Am't. paid into the treasury, I 21 25 01j

I ate-d. and also its details: as vvt-.l a i\\* {;' n( lal policy ; ai.d 1 cannitlvrclore rlKnts against a'D'iidmL dcblcrs," was read a .second time an-1 cininittcd .Mr. .Nutali: : j ..-. :/ .u ai..e. cxcluiiti ei of judging; of the liner whole Mr. in lie chair, whp ilure ( the ll.i,. Arn t.. yet j
t I yield to the council the po'.v to a committee of the ; Cooper am. jdj j i t. iur. u tut ---nsitr ie-n r> vote e.n of returned lor 1830, 57-26 21 :

: '> '.- ncd the ame with amendments, the n port was received and th x iJ.e re.-. : t y Uj.yiars, w hi':hpn! vimlid. Am"t.; tar. 436-2!
t Tin-Organic\ Lws arc the sonrrv iii all the powera of thego\c ill ordcnd to be crgTOa. cil anil reaL! a Jtl tune lo-iiiorrovv. -* i, LU v L ptL-ti.'ea tt.c iii'.n.e.rial ot tunly citizens; ofGat1dcn Anvt. pniil into the treasury, ;j-10

; not A. if the Jepisbtive c ui n.. :l.ct U.e CICIMI-I. of tl.e coui.cihavi'jttei.tivcly 'Ihc bill conrtrnmg the bunmionin; of jurors, was ordered to bommittcd :e.-u\. Am't. \et due, -I l39.Ar.ut. .
j jAin't.
.' : examined, them but 1 do not d cover any pro% iiu lo the whole, fii to-morrow. .v-r. ii i ill s i'i-. .teet ihe preamble ami rr.s'iIiitinnsfl1owing whici tax returned for 1S31 0327 l2.

-pMriciinjr the objections of tI.(- !O err.oa ii> xii ;;;411s ix. : bin.- to thi'se AV'AIIIIEN introduced a bill tn entitled, "an act rcul'tin: vcr. ; ren i iU .;u p:' el.trti.s pml into the trea.-ur fl3S1o7| ."

t a ?'noral char.-ctiT or to c >n>titutioi.ai fn.ur.ds '1 he tiist L-igan. he mode (voting in this territory," whic'.i wa-> read a firsi LlIoe. .. ., : ti.:: i>cj.is.a i\,; Count :l difie-r in opinion with the acirgiOt I I'I'iie r "il5 .34 jit:

?.n |ii st d .March 30tl.) 1-ih.', jnv tli irorerwor in addition to l.is tvctl T he bill tn be entitled, an act in ador.i. n to an au court'nuicih.l r n* :x .ires l. the {towers of the Exccu-ne of ihis territory, -_ --_-

4.lf. powers an umjualifiul i.egatire nit a.. tie I ia\v- v% iti. ut 1Si. IEI l, ction of mcml crs of the kgisiaiivc i count) il," was rccuiitKltreu i'.mir. s ti .;r.-..: in, ii i v. ,tiitiuiii.atioii itLis h' isc! o: yesierday; amrhv bills \ve-i severally mend u ijurtt LittIe.

!hi? rraxiiif th.u'S.'r\ l Alter < ccaiinc! that il.e/c..ificfire jjoircrlvtIT \ .! H, (.rdtrni hat the title be iij alureiaiL.r. ... ;uv. consider that in casta.'i private bilis f-'iinutel iij- The President pref ntr-d a memorial from the president r.

\prted iti//iegnttrncrand lf islalirc council ihe ac-i jioviu-s Hi .\. HTZFATUICK ofllrcd the resolution following! which wa i2 t'. ... t-.'. v d to tl.is houi'm, ai mu> h .is the said evidencenu irectors of the Bank ot Florida, which was read and hide

., the governor by and witli the civice! aid (UiMJi-t ol the saiu JejiM nd and adopted : i.. ...! .- !. : tl.e !house thf.reon is sei lorh in the j rear.ible! t<.

il i- live cout.cil. or a majoniy of them fhail have j.ower to alter mod i Il solvvd, 1 lint if any member shall quit this House with.tiit Kavi ue-1-u.. .. :. > Xi.-trui\e sli'.uiil rejrtr-t the lnciand con>.lu>-nsiher-- ie table.! select committee divorcescarte'd .

I 1)1 sej| eul the laws v\ijichmay be in force" Ac. As no rcgulatio 1 1 the President, the ier--eant at arm.s shall 1 be ordered forthwithtoarest : 'I -M.f a tn.o, and w htrea.> it las IK-I in en tl.e practice of tiii Mr. NUTTALL fjotn the on

are piet-rribedas to tIt nat.i ft in wli 1 cli I >l c ulil rxnciM. il.t- puvv sn l It inrmber, and bring him back iutn the House, and such t n. -- '.-.c to tranimii such cmtkmn! JUith U.c bills to the Execn. the following bills.!

I ( thus ccii len ed, the conclusion I have s'alt-d n.uit te collect, n* it ca icxii"er shall be fiitd: five dllars for every buch olknc : A bill fortl.e relief of Josiah Dvkes and a t il! tor the ra

t not be suppor-cd it was intuudtd be should) have n peat and vote in Eli he -.' -.iV're Re-.lv, tl, tha from t it r.aons-abve stated this h;' Alfred Evans, which were severally lead a tirst tise.

1 council. 'fie act of March 3d ItfiM, now in lorce. n.ore tiistiuctly ojines Mr. EALT7ELL intrrxluoul a bill tn l>c civ.itlcd: an act in r.ltei -u I -t i.ulh dc1ji.e.1h trcin.tnis.-ii to the acting Governor as The enirr('Sad bill to be entitled, an act directing n*

his duties. F5) it be is vested with all the cxtntttrc pnvir as I l.c M'lithe-rn ad w isUrn boundary line of Jai kwii county," -t ijiclxns iq'e '. _. in said communication, of the documents and evidence upini iod of proceeding n trains t absent debtors and other absent

t the former T he 5th section prescribes that lle; hgislctntpou and 3d tune and jMbM.il : ordered thai tut tic .. .
act rrr.tl n f.n-t, 3d ;: ttLt..ic b.Ils.ii'-rtin nitnti-mt'd arc predicated, and tha nd.-mt-s and on attnchments against absconding debtor'as

!t jhall be '.eted tn the governor' and in thirteen fit permit- \ c.l, "tl.verv to .I LI c as a tore said. .-. C. ..tc u.. lun.ish U e L.nui; g<,vern''r wuhu copy of tnL prean :- read third time and paed : ordered that the title j,
dlItCttII a
railed a lt islalirr council, at din the Gth t-ectinti itis 1 he Proi"'ct: jTCScnt'.d the -living! con-.municaticn from tht I "' ..u :Cje.iO\ "
; shall have the :U-gi.-lative council, shall he'! an act concernino; attachments.
> lill; which passed irting c verr.er, i 11'.. e; t il ;rori 'ho c. i*.:..ira-c on cnrolktl Lilis reported the folicrrcelly ccmnmnication fid
'. it become a law be presented to the governor; if le a piove.- ii. 1 bI SIR-I return tu I lie r.MT.cil the bill entitled, :in art to acr tlv. :i ;:.. ta; ud.A Tne President presented the lo\virg'!

.t .. shall cijcn it. and if not hehall n turn it w ill. his olij clioiis in w nlii ou'hern boundary ( ( Jarks. n count y." 'lie bill i is uo nncirtauird ,.Ci .euuaii: -.. c 1.1 c f.fin".r'.s-." .e cciini? irovernor, which was read. I

I to the legislative ci-ui.cil. whofhall tn'.er tie oljrclioin. a1 large i vauc, in the elesi ratiou of the new lire Ai a an ..onsui John t.uen lo erect a. toll bridge over LittUv.r EXECUTIVE OFFICE, TALLAHASSEE, )

'their journal and proceed to M co..>idrr it ; if alter such PconMiIci Upon'oi-khu: at tl.t) law il. r'nnicthe boundaries c-f Jrrlsrn cfvry in Liaddcn county.'' a.vj.i February 1332. J j

lion two thirds of the member" of tlie hg.sat.vecuuncjl agree to pa CciiberiJyih It- di.sto\ ar. t-rrt r V. I.i ret c' z .. the council the bill entitled, 8a
'' confine lb ajpr'Md i : ? .1.4 n.t eann_' ;; ,i yy enl of pi s.ace; (,fl p-iUtc tcuers." SIR-I herewith return to ,
thr) bill &c. it 1>crnmes a law If Coi.gn.-fs lulei.ued to whole south wt< rn line. Out- portion r'i ihe 1 1rree enth
; t prope-r l" define anew : i. BOO'I ii m t.c (conimiiu e on he ?iakof: the Territory :t to lay out and organise the county of Franklin.
of bil.s i'lt-ui c? on;
of the governor to the rejection 0:1 gcncial U.i. is dcelarAl lo be the line dividing: the 12th and lOili le I bin
powers 'Ihe nciiry : a report by: u '.l. vv.icn was read a rim liine. with Duval in the opinions advanced by :
in the >rcnoi governor
sVMed iav.
.1 would have been o exjTefsiy ins of townships."' This absurdity should be e-nnectcd. .r. i 1 i 7.PA1 KlCix from ihe coii.mitiec on Firance nid-c the council in 1S-2S extracts from which B r
tliO U the
o ,
.voreN to
a ( "
gitat.te powers are delegated tlieciy same Mrnedj JAMES I). AV hb'l COTT. Jr. jl.\. iii message
( )
Ortz.ic law. he n a co-cit ) rtj."rZ: his assent to the establishment of a new coutI
: council and ulting the ternis <.f thii- : sed, refusing
> AT
Icn. BELLAMY, i h r n.aiie ci mmitlee to which was referred the of the
reports number
uatca..d co-equal branch of tl e legislature, with the council leuisbtivc council.l I middle Florida, as to the impolicy of creating a
Prcs't. ur.U 'i of the 'i
uuiei son.ueh ofil
j r.aurer erntorj and :' G<-vern's -
I ( obtained for the constjucJicn )pac! U (Iii the Uriii : this time betore the several interests of they
I / No aid i ii* to be he act was reconsidered and the foregoing offered by Mr. B ihzel! ir.i.sareasn I.His I in tic! condition oi tl.e treasury, and lie rc\is- nail counties at fci
; whichth of the goveinor are thus liinited. by iet'; fufly develcped, or can be
'aw* by < powers s a substitute. .u 01 ir.t .c' eitjc ua. =-, make the following 1)115 sections of the county* are
I cnretotfce general government orthosi-of any ol the states, Our ten 'i J hecnl ti Le entitled, "an act to amend an act nnccrnin ih-. Hniuiiion KF.PUUT: : understood, a short time hence (afterthecilizens of thisWmnty

;. I torial government ia of an aroniaou! > rK.ir.icte. in several the ie.ectI (
I)ut especially s it peculiar in vc tuii legislative power in poitrMTlie cf the wholt- Mr.' anrl.cz! in the chair, who reporit-t 'i.u i-ill and if the Chii
vviih but e n unaNle to c -iiie to any positiveconclu- IC improvement of the county, especially
United States isciotlicd no *
the poet
: President All Itxislatnf power'> dcc-tar by hetoiilitutioo ,without amcnui mis : the bill vas lost, on tin ques-tion of auree-iiK- LI n respecting the: territorial finances. It appears evident to the id St. Andrews c.nzL I i is carried on, may indicate thepw1{
I chaiHftei.
: rji txtcutitt Dthertpn-i ; 31 s.sn> Daltzcll, Jones, Nuttall, PopHoMou.. and ['nriitte-e .tiau-oth the i-fices have be-jn badly marked since divisionAn additional objection is thatlit
of the United States to lie vested n. a Congrp.-s lo coni-i i of Pn idtnt and Mts.-rs Booth very ;y of a d i tie rent
Senate and House of Kepre. eiita'i\e>. The constitutions of the State i'\ arren- 6 (,t1ii:: for, and Mr. Pritit Sanchez and V. ri4htL1ij, I5yrti,, ir ircrea lUll, r.i.d ihttt m itlu-r skill 01 aJuiry was possessed !Ii yeiti'Citht > iegardthe i details! of this bill as complete, and it appears \

I, milar in ibis respect. iS'o analog) is Jowtver.I to L ;INI.tI., Fitzpatrick, Hunt, Love, I : pois v. >:o have hai. i ihe n.ni.an ne-it of the books, -s the the boundaries should be more distinctly and cerEc|
a--mostly s ev, triaL
4 i 'I be ot! vEto by th; otinun ainstit.Tl.eb..l hole a. u: v.cli :a ss.ite of n nfusicn, trm the manner in which they
auof them to our goveinnifjit. j-ower the bill.
I fMindin entitled! an net rrgiilatins judicial procefdir. V lined. 1 tncreiore reject
the constitution Hf toue :ive l.- ; }. ras to render impf ssil.Ie to ascertain how nuuh ti.cerntory
: : i, I ,_ Vresidenl under regulations prescribed iill'cicnt by tin Irom the, mu> .os real! n 3d time :intI lest : Mrssn* B-tltzt-11: l> toth, I i.\r. > i, :i.i, is 1:1: lcIt: rf withoutJevi tngr.rch :r.crc tinie toil than tl.e I am respectfully,
n ..t an executive character moielv. It is u. puss S.'nch'r and \Varrtmi-7 voiinj: f r ; und Air. Presieknt i'ti Your :nost obedient servant,
ai.d full 'ojit-, 1'iti.tki were a.lowtd. At the close of(i.e last Council the amount
; 4 if.- of tu! < governor of HoriJti In deciding upon Fit Ic Hunt Jtnti I'-jieii It lit. mi D. WES TCOTT Jr.Li :
: atri( AMES ,
Byrd Cripcr
This cunclu-i' ely follows horn tlifait e'rs t tLrr1tn-Ia sri1 m cr..l.ttj.ii 3ci t.'ruing to the report of the Fimiitc -
? rapacity.
ii his legislative ;
I acts :
!t other is piesciibi d IA l which be can e.xcicise ii... /i iZiflalicc Vrishty against U.l ;tnce was o57'2l-2, : < enrs, dith..: inz from the rfprrt of the ]. A. BELLAMY,
that inotie thai he had *.
no bestowed upon bun. and the s>upj.osition that the 13 1 he aclin ; 'vcrIirr informed the House ajij-rr el ru'.r.igned .e-uhiircrforthe preteiu y .ar zIO.6, cents le-s. How that otHcerau President of the council.

powers the with such in two t-ucce-siv the lollowing acts : Jie- mistake is unkiiot. n t:> ;!Ir: ron.ir.iret; ; by h'.s report the a- The reconsidered and passed : Merxrs Bnltzell, B"itzpalrick
in vesthurcol powers act was
pr ss governor authorise the sale of certain real estate of W -.! ; au- .
I I !'u\s. was made with an intention that he should not act as altgislalui An at to" nut ;Ito: iiicinulaiii-n was ;u73,l', cents, v\hi h add-'l to the am. : Jones, Love, Nutt.il1, Pope, Priet, Kobiou,
7 cry, de-c'd. ..: .sMeG v. mini the last :, u.akes the sum of 8310,43' cents Pre
yet. Mr.
bo imnu'ed to Congnss.Hut lor
involves an absurdity nol to .iral relative .u.I} .i \\ \Vrigi.t-U2 voting and
An in addition to the sc acts t< roar' e.S. ; ez, ,
that the of rf/o.in the governor of Florida( i iroverned i' act uti % :.hrli in-iau-iiii:, >1,7(51 1 paid inio the treasury duung the las.
conceding power and Hunt 3 it.
b ." .-,- ai.el12l3 ei:;> rire-ivcd the Conmattee from the Tax ul .Messrs Cooper, agnmst
that the of that ; by .
rules oveins exercise noli3
by the same power for 1iIdimr a special term of tIe r .:. -. ; Tte Bank in the town of Ma ,
st.j-cri' a
"An aa to provide ,. act to incorporate
President of this United Statps, and I ail bold te ask where is i to u .LC nr 04 i c\tniliacouny wnl leave a balance now in circulation
l the I'.iund the authority for uch restriction upon the powers 01 the 1'rcsi )2.> tl'C ndddlc district of Florida in HamiU'in I rounty. *' 'J1 10, tli .ei,;.':. '1 he reI.urt{ A the present auditcr taken from the tted by tiie governor on yesterday, was reconMde'ralandp J1 j jii

U {ent. It most ccitainly is not contained in the Const.tntion: of the L "An act for the re-lie uf'Ihonias Brown, ynd Frederick > tt* '.,!>.- 'I u.s pe-Cecessor shows a balance in favor of the territory ot : Mr. President and sIessrs Cooper, Fitzpatrick,

n StatesIt cannot be deduced from any practice in this or any othe 11""An 4': '. ,j1'' i.nv., hicli it pao in v\oultl be suflici-j.Tt toredeem all iiir. ,- live, Nattail, Pope. Priest, Uuhiou, Sanchez, andWarrea

f 1. i Country, for' none such has exUled. Mo admitted axiom 1.1 the sciencif act 10 amend an an .uithorisiu concerning patrol the *. out a n-rul f.--n. Mie! .. .. : --.u: t1fit. ineiii-inaticii, and It ax .' a ba.'an! of $3333, I !! voting for : and Messrs Booth, Hunt, and Wright- P
government can be cited to support it, nor am 1 aware that any wnterofacknowledgedautliority An act to amend an aci ,j.: i ;_>. t.iied towards ihe paynn nt ot'iheterriiorial! debts. The

I contended for such restriction ppalachict'larive-r lo Marianna. !.i.u.t : j-a-.ei.o fcrtanitlaiaby vvhichliiCy cannsrevtaintheainr.
: has ever as i the fimd \\hj-l.! ivlh unt Mr. WRIGHT from the committee on tIiejudiciaryrCP'
ronrtruins liirrary
rule, and I am therefore much inclined to considrit An act lo repeal an act I. > '.u.. } li.e iciriio y, iiie-y, eiisC'>ve-r however that there rcLti's and amend the
salutary bill revise
jndiehu. or the to
ith the for the relief of Sj.mtie-1 Cro.shy, pa.st- i hy u.'. ck, without amendment,
of tho.se attempted encroachments by the legislative upoitli : jr \\ '. ::.i ..t U agaii's' ; it, Claims t fora i'iii'.il.-I ite amount, which
: is onn mncil apainst hisveto, had lift n filid in the -retarys* ulliie1 -. .. v lave ben rhar nl ral acts of this territory, relative to justices ot the peace
exfcutivc the danger of which is so forcibly ami eioquenll) -. I i.evtr ought to aumil l which will never
I ; 'i Gen. Hamilton, in the 7d: and 74th number of :he r t !- ix 1 ;:toii.miitee nsi 'nft.liy invite the atteiuioa of the
ii-t* i in vn cusaing'and by defending this very right of veto by the lre-ide.t debtors," wasindcfininly p.li-| icd. i.- .1 t,> .nc fei'jv; nij i.iiisht rewiih intrudiu-ed by theun.I. ;air, resumed the consideration of the act to incorporate
and the observed The bill lobe entil'.cd'! $, "un act f 'r il.w rv.ii-f'jfChriMs'Ciiirch in thly .., bank of Florid "' who reported and aitained
The strict scrutiny made with respect to facts gttat care .its c ioai.iOiu an act lo raise a revenue for tho territory off.ioviiL ,ntral promrress
J. "' an' 3d time and lost : Aiessrsooth.
of Pe-nsace'la rend 2J
% as a
an'1 bills boibru the leave sit agulu.
details inpriiale ;
fr 4 in repaid to particuhilv to
t can pass both houses of Coiigre, re.ider it improbable thai occasioifiiould Hunt, Jone-s, Lo\e, TnUJaU, ll"biou,. ;Ivrtt ntl V nphl- -7 Fitznai-voting- .\ .' >..-i tv lor ihe i-peetly se-ulerntnt of all arrears due The bill to provide t"r the summnninj grand and petit juj
lidiz Cooper.
anti Mr. Pievleltnt ar.il Mc-srs l : ,
arise for the rejection of a bill on any but general giom.ds. li r ; !' it. .: c:. :'.' ; } (JLFiiLa. as read a s-econd time1, ami committed to a committee ot
under recently es ck, IVpe, Pricsi, Sane-lit?, :\Varrel1' .ijj.unst be uuiile-a an art to for the wLMidtnents
body composed of few members- a governtneut 5)&e to provide more effectual chair who the same
: reported
consnu.te-d hole Mr. Jones tne
tn a conumtire in ,
bill I ft-nce-rniivz auction duties was ,
I their time of sei-sion 1 he ... Le'iween the
unsettled and indiv
tihiiehed and the laws necessarily vera i>t> 1 1 i accouui-* territory iiluals.4i. the bill orderwl
fiuited-without iho corrective of another hou>e, cases often an> t' the whole, : tr. Warren in the chair, who rp rted thame wiiu ... -it. ae-e-tHtiii showing the amount' of taxes reti'rned from then ; the report was received,

uirestricted fancilul, llieore ic enacting clause stricken ont, V.1C rejttrt v.as nuicuni-n in ; Mr the into the ., engrossed and read a third time to-norrow. .
here the exercise of HUCJI powei by any : i. c.in. its, ai.tl an.ount paid treasury by each 5cIC
rhBix Fii/i'.UricK, Hunt, j rust, informed the House that he had
Me |
rlc.il notions would be indispemubly necessary. (2 resident and >s tliIjyrifCt ope-r un \. .uiuai.' ih.. counties winch t-avc not made returns and which The acting governor B
P nr.tl \Varren---9 xotinz for and Mcars Balizeli, J. ncs, for the relief! of William
inchcz ,
olHce act
I am totally at a loss Ii j conjecture the principles of policy.) wJiichdicfite 1.V. ii. ti i'v.ill l.\is secretary's
tlut the power of veto should he thus fettered and restrained. Irf ove, 'uttall, P<;pe, and Wri ht-6 against it. declare ii- f..rt.niiiee are ci opinion that iftH. rc tung acts arc put liich had pnsse'd tne House against the veto ; and thiat9

i K S nol add to the power of the txecutive. It exposes him to no ad The bill to be entitled, an act to re-jxalan creek act in lo Jack.n c spring r.u.y in iOi< c vaiui they do not tnt uMia uoubt but that they will )proved, signed and tiled in the sfccretan-'s office an Jindatory
t'ltional temptations nor di>es it aQord him greater facilities to act will rti 1 k, ccmnir.ly "called Ri.binsons', spring 3d lime and iasscd : ordered ; ; A i.,. aiuLwiuiueii. uiihe beiiet thaiai the next sosMonof the coun.he ot the sera acts concerning the administra
I impropriety determined to reject a bill right or wrong he woultvik -. naviiral'lc Flrcam, was rtittl ft 2d I t pot oi .,.,_ j.iC-senl auditor and treasurer will shew, an entireUiiieiciit tates and the duties of executors, administrators, 3U

for his objecti ns not among the facts but in rules ol general po lat th title be as aforesaid. nuctoforc uuioducuiyMr. sae eiiinu hnanres, and thai the territory will thereby *' and

,;:ry The former are susceptible of hut little dispute, white the iaitesre The further consideration of th? rcvumoj.dlowanrc of the me-mbers i.fItisr j-.C..u u uI oii U.e .c.L j.ussiule looting, which it ought (justice had ins" An, act to amend an act relating to crimes an J raismmiticd

t1 iourccs of never ending contention. It is be lieved the geueiaertVcta Jones, respecting the prr diem .\ -in uouey ioii6 since to have he-en 'l he committee would direct the
of th exercise of thu power would be salutary. It vvouTd teni II ie U-zislatirecouncil.: wa-ji>oMnoncduntillh 1 4.h; Julyneit Siimciiez: .c-.iioii i ine council lo the enormous sums winch have been char- bv slaves, free nees and Muhtttns.t tJ

a' -=st to restrain the cacitlhet isfurmidi of our republican legisla Booth; Cooper, Fitzpatrirk, Hunt, Suttall, Ptpe, Uvbiotl and, AfessrsBalizell ,' ; gtu a0.unsi ine lerritory as expended for criminal prosceutit n.s.e \ HUNT introduced a bill to he entitled, atia.C t

tare*. t -.l arren, Wri-hi-10 voting mr, and Mr. ITcwdent, Lu eiiii ot iMiVcinuer IcJl, time amount audited for the year isS.iui tablisha terry across Black water river, at or near its jo

I j .S'ir can I imagine any rule of courtesy which requires the entices Byrd, Jones, Love, and Priest-6 -.oting against it._ to the ,oJ ec.us which in the opinion of the committee is the result of with black water Kay," which was read a first time.

; 5ton tn the councjof/ the exclushe right to decide upon facts and details The resolution heretofore r.tfi red by xMr. .Nutt.thl divine, m relatio ) dur- I ti1i&; ..) mj,unnecessary persons to guard prisoners. The commiltee Mr. WARUEN introduced a bill to be entitled, "a"3Ct'

It is respectfully enquired w ha i
? 'miflgthO; propriety of their arts, upon teneral pnariplc-s and upoi 11mg the rccets, was lost. from the acting ireusiuxr, 10 Lie Kept according to Bennett's system, which is simple Mr. NUTTALL from the select committee t ) whciu
dials and tacts. T/jeie is i nodHre pectitb ajuncil in an eiecutictperf.'iining Tl.e President presented the following and easy unU nest calculated for such purpose-, they also recomnu nd had been referred, reported a hill to be entitled, :B1lor

: his duty although they may ditler judgment. \or do ,I governor which was read. ina.. ,.iit.iai.e iruin *loch the lerruonal scrip has been heretofore petition which re.-daip1 1
ii 1ALLAIIASSEE, relief of John Carruthers was
of punctilio arid etiquette should be urged K EXECUT1VEOFFICE, and that in tne
think principles mere b. 7ih 1332.Hon. IJ.IJHIU e ues-roycd, luturc, whenever money shall be communication'
contioi an nxccutiveiti the dii cliaj-ge liisduties under this republican i uary uue irom ihe itrrtiory lo ui individual, the account shall be audited, Mr. President presented the following

government. Ours is not a govern merit of form* and ceieiiomes: : They A. BELLAMY, ain u uiecOivtn on the treasurer for the amount, which shall be re- the gvernor. .

ate abhorrent to the geniu* of4>ur institution ith me the fulfilment ol Pres't. of the council. cieeine-. witcuevcr the ireasurerjts in funds, und that no interest ihalloe EXECUTIVE OFFICE, TALLAHASSEE, f
all uch coiioideialions FIR-I herewith retui n to the council tho bill entitled, an act to 3th 1832. J,
obbfationsof official duty are paramount to clreck 1 February
the bill enti- cKumcu t t paiu on any such : hey recommend the adoj-
I and with the utmost re pect for the council, whenever theso obligations incorporate a Bank in the lowu of Magnolia, und also il.e" The Lion oi me toiiow 111; rekomlion.iiesuiVeu Sin-I return to the council the bill entitled, an a

and these considerations come into collision, the latter will be disregarded did, an act to i1IcorlHJiuie the centre! Bunk of 1-londa. re- committee be instructed of the legislative!
ihc presentdiion of the A haL me finance to call on the vide for the nolding the next session
t rn of the former bill at, LiCIt delayed us 0ther'
ireasiuei aou reieive iro... huu anei bring into this house the and for ,
should ;'ainount in of St. Augustine,
that the city
they this
bein regarded territory
detnils.&to latter bill was anticipated j; proper
look the facts.and
} itthe governor jwsscsseR the right to ot 01 teiruonai inoiie) nov> in his luinils, which together with the sum thereafter the legislative cow
of he should be furuishi be considered toelier.! -My sentime-nts with regard lo Linking mslituliins and at such place
of facts poses
reject lor want alnrtactory proof now m Lii SILt. luu.tia 01 the coiu. it .eC shall be by them burnt in the
the and evidence, and with-holding them might bo justly considered liavchc.etof.ro been officially expressed.--! a.; generally thence ot the members ot this house. direct." that the rt
a departur from courtesy on the other side The two HOUSCH'f opposed to their eMahlnjiin-iI, on p--inriplesof policy, and 1 even regard Howsoever much, I am inclined to the '
ire of the council 10 ceaie sirh incorporations, as somewhat in this bill would luna
: Congres* pursue a liberal course toward* each other in this respect. rower of the measure proposed U20flpublic
g IT JelTeri. ni'manual p. Ir5. it is i aid "when bills passed in one do- b ful : But hold.ng tha t ui this ciiuiiLt 3 a legislator snould could beeflected at this time, be of salutary tendenCY ,Vi

house and/wot fo the other, are grounded on ppecial facts requiring yield in tome measure his own views, on such niie-siions lo inc ticcisiono interest, yet upon looking at the acts of Congress
it conference to ;isk ground* the rib.irial of public 1 had concluded if a charter passed ft> .u'
proof it in o ;oa/ either hy message or a o opinion relate to the location of a seat oi govei iiment &
aT-l I'V/doncf?* ; and thin evidence wliether arising out uf papers 01 the House carefully framed, keeping in view the protection of the in.eress of the sessions of the COUflC ioill

.4 from the exnrni"flfion of witnesses is immediately communicated'' of the Bank, on the one hand, and guiding the rights and and the place holding with their provisions and *

:1:3'I| :J Hatsel p 4b is cited. interesis of the people on the other no; lo wiih-hold nsy a -snt in is entirely inconsistent

r In thr di charreof my duty of considering bills. 1 have proceeded such bills. Another indur, rni-iii will, n-eto such course was ihe I'elit-f l .eject it. '

$ this rnle. J-i I cat-e where | merely doubted the expedieucy or that the incorporation of anoiher Bank as to preve-nt the e-o.nbhsli- I am sir, Your ob't. serv t.,WESTCQ TZ
npoo prnprioty of a bill |>n '(wd bvthelloup'1% 1 have not refused my undenttoil. i.it-nt. of a branch of the I ni -. t tiUcs' Buik here, which I regard ab JAMES D.

If H member of the council a doubt would have cau-ed u nega- greater evil I! ihannnyntl.'T.inking curpcration.TvO lion. A. BSLIAMY, Pres't. of the council.

tiv"o'" wI'I, rue. Thrroi 1 :cession involved in thin distil.ction, mall additional bankto i at no. m jicratnm in this county, I Concluded m our nexf.

13: I can make, leading to impair ibo power of the overngr. The Jo nol conriUcr ccceisarj} I am luit satifhtd thai even one audi-

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__riUtAN- -- I idea the people ol of Lyons, it may be inferred that the i bretiers, where the Chouana (or Vano'ean in- tlieweek. On Saturday we were in possession of FOR plantation t
reorganizing the National RENT.-Te on nich tie
: renounced.Dr. guards is entirely I, surgents'were) said to have concealed a gnat the 1st January accounts from Liverpool, with i neT Lj.Ve Jackson' a I

T Daun and Col. Creagh were iU at Sunder- quantity of arms. The commandant preceded the annual statement of the stock which'exhibited i ian j bout twelve u from .Tallahcsxee-upwards.

\L.A"ASEF: ; : land, but whether of the Cholera or some other to the farm with a body of troops, and examined increased consumption and the quantiy on one hundred re houseand of cleared,land, of cood o t
ty,*g.Hxi dwelling
disease is not stated. the different localities, without finding hand not so large as the beginning of last year. made known CQ'eentout houses. ;
1"ere the subscriber
TVE5D.\ MORNING. FEBRUARY'21'fe The Duke Wellington was sick-he was at- any thing. Ht was about to depart after his Accounts of the prevalence of the- c.olerl in England hassee, &.C. t DANIEL GANT.in Tau
tended bv Sir H.
-- Halford and Dr. Hume. fruitless search, when passing by an oven, he alarmed a few holders, who sold out to buyers February gist 1882 27tr \I

Jid not intend our remarks last week re England Sir \Valter, having Scott had arrived at Malta, from observed that it was shut. He ordered it to who bought freely and extensively at the full It SALE.-A fast_rate Roller'Cotton Giiu '
improved in health F Aj
apply generally to on the vov- be opened, when out a woman, in rich Ply to
incorporations, to age. J sprang prices of the week, 8 1-4 to 9 1-4 c. Prime and H. COWDEN j

}' had particular The health of attire, but all covered with ashes and soot, drop- of i-'ebruaryglst 1832._ 27tr'
Granted by the COUC1l.'e the King of Spain is said to be good fair cottons to the amount several hun- ;
thcsc 0 final rc-cstablkhed. ping a poniard. She was immediately apprehended 8 5-8 O"ICE-J.I b exptsedatpublic sale, on' T. !
which failed on their pas. dred bales changed hands at to 9 cts, and to at the of a1
to some The letters and examined by the King's Pro- uray corner Jefferson and I
private from was
rctl'rrncc at this session Holland: state that the day the ?ame spirit to purchase exists.Georgia [ ..ullr-8treet3. opposite the rest office; two Saw
The incorporations granted fortitymgof Aimtculam and Rotterdam continues cureur. The result of the inquiry is not stat Courier. 1 ( ATeander's make. Terms made known
"t'feiv: exceptions, are connected with! the pub with much energy; 15 ships of war are ordered to ed-It would appear from the following para- the sile. D. C. WILSON

\ We believe a misapprehension exists be made ready 'Un sea in 40 days. graph from a Nantes paper that this cekbra- ANOTHER AFFAIRA meeting took place on February 2 l at 1832._ 27tJ. .

ts. The Volcanic L-tTid near Sicily had her be/ween Iwo gentlemen of this city; at which HAL' SALt.- Bv Virtu
the bhcriff of ash- disappeared ted lady has since effected escape. 'i he Saturday ; a writ of
Urile grounds on which the eruption wmch succeeded it, had ceas her conducted to her after the first tire wa exchanged one of the parties 1' Fieri Facias :? me directed; I shalL expose to -
was relieved from paying over was at own request coun- stepped forward and offered his! band to his antagonist, ale for' cash to the highest bidder, before the door of

': ind Walton, collected. ed.On the whole} the feelings of the French tlY seat, the vestibule of which was convertedinto who refustd it'Ihe grourd was then retaken and the court-bouse in the town of ronticclio; on Mondiv
Amount the te.ritory for taxes people Sentinels dead- Ltt them the 26th of fllarcb. all the title claim .
due seem more and more alienated faom their a guard room. were placed a the party refusing shot instantly goon right and interest I
Stated which he lost, consist rulers and present round the house and fuur men gunnicd the : we are admirers of duelling.-New-Orleans! Free of Light T. Townsend, to a tract of lan I Uin* on
the money no confidence ,
that great th
i appears to exist in Pre East i, S. \V. !. Sec. 17. T.2 R. frE
It E_
of territorial *cn>-So there was noL the ac'.ual state of limits. door of the room \\hic.! the countes. had enter & N. \\ 1 of Sec. 20. T 2. R. 5 N &E.lejed I

tnurdy as it was a matter of indifference The Peerage bill! nus not yet passed the upper : ed. livery pracaution was taken, for above POLAND.--Rigorous measures are a- to satisfy an execution which Lucy Teagne and Wrn on_

l Ls to the territory, house. 100 men were charged with securing one wo- in Poland -Zamosc h s been taken, Blackburn tecovered in Jefferson County. or
erthe scrip was lost or burnt, thoughconsidered Meetings of the National POiitical dopted Court, property pointed out by the Sup ,
: > held Society are still .ian, but this woman was Madame de la Roch- and the capitulation shamefully violated. i he within the hours prescribed by law. a&
rather a dangerous precept. m rai rUnd, & much display LS made
Lc as some pjaquclin. Quick disguising herself as a ALFRED: A. M
tiuy ol me Luadon wuiNt y commanders and officers have been sent to HER. d. m. for ,
papers, others endeavor to I and adopting the language as well as Til I)-. E. RANDOLPH. Marshal.
peasant, bibonu 0-
turn tem into ridicule, and as of Moscow, to be transported to 0 I
__ unworthy notice February 1P32
the of the she Ihru'tfle 27tda. ,
costume \ulagcrs. passed 000 have been exiled aud torluea are __
WHITE, in a letter of the 20th ult. say :- midst of the and replied with persons OTIE.-'l he underxi ned widow and adminis
Col. 1 he complaint lately so prevalent in France guards, great restored to, vvhilk the police and the press I1! tratrix of Alexander
,101 lie has calk-d on the Secretary of War, and called the Grippe, is at pieseut raging in Italy, and sang froid to a soldier who asked her whithershe keep the closest silence. In some of the provinces .ice-eased, hereby gives notice! that, late at of the Leon next county term

stated w him the necessity pf letting the Indiana in 'I 40,000 persons are said to nave been attacked with was piooeeding, that she was going to the the measures are still nr-re ngoiotis. "f the superior court, for the county aforesaid, she will

distinctly, that they are not U> cx- it at Rome. fountain to fetch some water. The soldier A daughter of Count Potocki has |becn beu .,i apply to the jr.Jpe thereof, by rctition for a writ of
Ftorufc know Extract ofa letter from Newcastle! dated: Monday joked with her and told her to make haste back with chain adnieasurment of dower.
this the anticipating e'cu1l1'tIC cHolera with rods through the streets, a on ELIZ. ,Yo .ADAIR
YttoU-ftdby government makes little progress and the entertained adm'trix.
m:Newcastle,and attacks few but not slightest: suspicion was her neck; and the uz'd M.Rotteniiunde dHU",. February 21st 132.: 274w"fft
their indolence and tne&icklyBhalf --0
w'icjl onty encourages of the disguise. ;
t fed, and nall'starvtd part of tne (Mipitlatiou. it is ed to a cannon.: Persons employed by th -The uiitierbigntd! .
r.11Jtrs them iwdiflercnt! or indisposed, to a re- worthy of remark, tuat tile uphus! lever which HIE L.\GUE.-\Ve regretto state, that Polish people-government had been trauaporjcd by the legislative covncil under the act enttlee1. -

of the Mi: sippia. II Was so very prevalent lieie a few Ccs agoa- well authenticated accounts have reached Lon- to Siberia, with their wives and chil "an act to pnnidcfnr the speedy s .ttl.me-nt of (
r.oralrest: don of the the in ..Mos all arrl'ardue the territry of Florida Fe- "
this mong tie: middling Classes of soclet\-or to peak occurrence ot plague appruved
has taken dren.It .
that delegate oJ
understood our bruary 12th 1S32 her
: by give notice.
We topographical. in tHe nigh and airy situations ofthe cow and 1/antzic. The same event, it will be
tumult which lately occurred
of recently is said that in the 0'I I hat all persons having accounts, or claims of
in consequence an application town-ucnr exteiuK-d itself to tHe low remembered marked the uechne ot the cholera any
measure crowded Warsaw,230 persons lost their lives, incur kind whatever, whIch accrued prior to the 3Uth XO\.

tiade to Congress by Major Thagan, the procnmnt. und miserable parts of the town, where now, on the Malabar coast. ding many Pohsn oihcers, who have long been ha 1831, arerequired bysaidact to present them wu'dersig'ned I h

for an appropriation to feed the Indians 1 on tile other hand, Cholera is found exclusively topevail. ted by the Russians.In on or hef re the 1st day of May next tinder

-01;1 I The United States' Schooner Porpoise.-It affords a few days the citzens and inhabitants of Warsaw penalty ofL'eimigforcverbarrjj'ro1 having ;1' receiv .
that his i remonstrance to the \\ lr Derailment London Dec. 23 The Handelsblad Dutch mj; the 54R1C.I' .
tfctriM (a us real gratirication to state, that Captain are to renew their oath fidelity to his Majesty AU
.the desired fleet and ) states that time( Emperor Nil Holas Maval lummanderinCJ and present officers, or other persons,
will! have we p. pei has resolved Percival tendered his services to our -, the Emperor. or coiporationsor counties "
the 30th
first, not to ratify the Belgian treaty of hie f, to be employed in any manner Great has been done in places by diy:
the, more confidence1 in this belief from the damage many ) November: were indebted to the territory f Florida
..a re J pe.ice, and not to permit other powers to in erleie! winch could be pointed out fur the benefit of theIsland the overflowing of the Vistula. are also notified to make payment of aid debt,

ultimate knowledge of the Indian character pos cs- further. So the Emperor Nicholas has resolved in the present emerg lIcy. Such a feeling t Vienna, Doc. 3d.: The Russian Ambassado at to the undersigned en or before Jie first day of : ay

seJ. hy the present secretary.VbloniT !on all this! Really he is a most wonderful despot as Ins been thus evinced, IS lugnly honorable to this Court has to day received the news of the aforesaid or they will. be prosecuud>r the s.-me.

there is a set of officers whose sala- But will his resolutions be attended We rather the Naval character of the United Statcs.-lJa- evacuation Cracow by the Imperial troops, on nimunicatiens! in pursuance of this notice, must
as I think not? It is impossible that two such powers maica Currant. the 24th of last month. e post paid, or they will! not Le taken from the post

the continuance of these trouhlcome France and flice.
rit'S (pond on as England, wno united are a matcn, a -

<: mijrhbors among us, we have but little hopes and mOle than a match i for all I! Europe, caa allow: The awful situation m which our lives and pro- l utbortt! Secret' of Florida.JAMES D. WESTCOTT, Jr.

themselves: to be bullied out of the field of mterfer- rebellion now
i perties are placed, by unhappy JonxK. CA'IPJH'U.
"d of the iiuNr.nce. is time to take ,
trol1g measures, and no longer submit to the mis. Czar. assuaged by prompt and energtttc measures. LC.SLIC A. THOMPSON,

i 111tr.:1ICmcnt to which our Indian relations have i The situation of Ireland) becomes more and 1'he cause: from the evidence already elicited, Auditor the Treasury.I'.illihassre .

more alarming The official accounts received and the conviction of our own judgment, is, that : February 21st 1832. 276w

; Ucn subjected, and which tends only to perpetuI by government, have represented the exasperation t..e principles: instilled into the minds ot tile ne- The newspapers throughout the territory will givo

;; ai- an evil which is becoming intolerable] to the of the peasantry in such dark cut rs that it groes, has l been ellected by the doctrines laid down r Kl,:is,'richan six insertions. ffirc.LAND. and forward their accounts to the

: nuVtns of the frontier counties.d has been found l necessary U despatch immediately by i he Seem nans.To _

two regiments to this island], and nevertheless: our com'nice the deluded! and to restore tranquility FOR SALE

Cl'! White, viewing the subject in this light, manufacturing towns are in such a state that the time best thing to be done is at once to remove -

iai pas recommended that a commissioner be sent English workers ale only kept to their duty thro' from time Island, the leaders ot all Sectarian TB". ,,.. SIt3se.--or ,", .shup.. 'CoI1 Ills Jtalatft.3J, ning -
JL H ot 320 acres of good land. The laid lies ,
and that all t..e presence of the military. Societies' ; as we are fully pursuaded l, it is the only PASSEDAT
. among thorn immediately, agents LAWS OF THE UNITED immediately on road Tallahassee to Mc>ntktllo -
The deputation from Mauritius to England hasohtaillt'd means of stopping the elusion of blood, and and in one of the most desirable settlements in the
salaries depend on their continuance inc TilE FIRST SESSION OF Till COSURESS.
that those
deluded slaves
\ its
object. convincing the now territorThere are 120 acres open land, under a

Florida, be ordered out of the nation, until the That island is to have an open council, under persons l have been guilty ot instilling into their PCBLIC No. 3.] rood fence, and in fine order! for cultivation. The

,. jnhiascd will of the Indians can be known. the sanction of the crown, taxes :expenditures mind, the acts of rebellion, which we are now AN ACT to direct[ the manner of issuing patentson bu'ldings are good, there being a good fram'd dwelling-
; will: be diminished, and a monopoly abolished. A .suifenng li'om.-amuca Currant. of iiouse, > ith the necessary neei' cabins, and other out
land claims in the Territory
confirmed houses.. .
Being deterrmirmtItomake sale f ihe abova
t.ot The Jackson superior court by a law of the charter has been obtained for establishing! a bmk: ,
Florida.Be .
, had! I will givea liberal! credit! on the purchase money.
with I of I From the Pensacola Gazette.
a capital 00,000.I ForI thousand
ti C'f'11t council, wil be hold en on the 2d monday :; it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives For furtlierparticulars n j.Iv to the ub"frillf'l' living
furnished Captain
pounds ia is from England; for \Ve have been politely t by
| specie going of the United States of America in rm the premises. SAIl"EL.\. bPENCER.Fehriwrv .
in larch, and the 3d monday in September. that bank. All this shows \ hat perseverance and Percival of the U. S. Scnooner Porpoise, with a Congress assembled, That all patents that are, 21st I l'3-?. 27tf
I union can do.-!lura hI. file of Jamaica papers to the tifth ult. WhiCh are I -
or may be, by law, directed] to be i issued on private 101 ICE.- i he tW\f'rsined! commissioner miller
FROM EUROPE. The lithe filled with and respecting the Lite I
n port ( Cholera received this morning reports essays : commissioners 1.
I land claims confirmed by the ihe act entitled, "auart rtspectinr putdicp.-
Charleston! Courier and Gazette recei givjs: : the following, ( rl'tmn.h'Die. -21 I Sunderjand insurrection of the Slaves in that Island. It seems
f The ) :- of private haul claims: and by the several acts of ;>Miy at St. Marks,*'-""npjuuvid February J: h

1i'd jestcrday contains tran>lation-. from PaIris -New cases 2, death 2, u covered I, remain the revolting blacks arc subdued and reuirnu.g to Congress approving their reports; and confirmingthe I IH3V: : hertf.y eivrr ivtire, thar he will on the Is: day

IS of the 2od, 24th, 25th and 26th Dc- ill 7. Newcast-! -New C.IM- .;;, deaths 1, recoveries labor. It is very certain public excitement i,''a I titles to lands in the Territory of Florida, c.tpnl next, at Fllrt aint.arks, rent for casf., at

in paprrs,: the Gazette and .Mercuiy) London 12: rcmaiil ill .1 J. N If 1 '..JL lls and jTyneouth been very great, and the papers boldlv charge,the I shall be, and they are hereby, required to be issued Diibhc auction, tIJ the highea: bidder, all the public
Ncxvca 2. d''at2 II of the sectarian and lanatical xiiMmjjs, the wharf tec. thereat. Every tenement
:es covc.ed 9 remain till cause catastrophe upon
*:: the or .
the to ,
to or present
r. accounts to the 22d of December: received assignee will be put up kw). "
1. Hot1htun-\ew l'I: 1,1:0: deaths or recoveries I preachers. where the land has been sold or tram ititelr.JOHN

vll \ia Rarbadocs. \'c ha\c extracted below the reported, remain: i:* 7. >1'alaIH-; r'> Capt. P. informs us that iSO plantations have ferred owner since, the confirmation of the title; and it Commissioner of Fort b'u Marks.AVrSTCOTT, Jr.

2'.9 most intere ttng part of them. turn received Clf ne't'a l.,), deat,.s or recov- been laid waste, and allowing the slaves on these shall be the duty of the Commissioner of the Tallahassee, FfhrrnrvSlst I"32. 276w

J1.! We find 'little' in them on the subject of the cries, remain ill :.-GlolJt'. to equal 200 each, there must have been 36,000 Central Land Ofiice, upon the production of satisfactory _

'\' markets. A London Commercial Report of From the Londolll' cht: Dec. 10. involved in tile insuri ection. These are dispersed, proof of the death of the confirmee, or II 1ERC1l.N'tzAN-D I.PL.i'ERS, of subscription UA>for K (the.F

It)| the 17th Dec. states that the cotton market Wejiave recel\-clllle Messenger and Ga:'.(ttc captured or driven to the mountains. The panic upon the production of a rugular chain of title "-> *k of said Bank will be opened at ?agn--Iia on the

I ua ftrarly] -sales of the week about 1100 de Fraiice, dated .ve-ttrdav. and the other 1'aris- has been s-o great that property has greatly depreciated from the confirmee, to cause the patent to he issued 1st mon. .,} nf Marfhncxt, under 1C s-iperintervlance

I lB bales th* samr.crounts from Liverpool lan: pajH-'i-s ol i> educsuav. Tie iu-.vs tl.cv }bring I iSlave: that were tormrrh/ estimated at (torn I to the heirs and legal representatives, or to of Wil'i-uii! ; B.iilcr, C.. C. illiams,Joseph 'V. Fields
from If toJOL The Hand has
; ismiporto.nl. Tiie rope i> dead- Utriin; ,is on tie j 100 to 130have f.illeu I the assignees of the confirmee, as the case may Le\tuCrook. Bcnj. Eyrl. Gen, lltmen! J.G. GambleElenry
location of the flt-et Admiral :
the 9th Dec.
: ot demand : savod the by
say-'The been by judicious _
; 'V
Gee Chirrs lcxancler Smith L.
t eve of a revolution-ine king of t IVusMu 13 said tOiiave be. Eenj. ,
fur cotton i-tcady the stilus including those ;: Colpovs and the active exertions of Coin. Faqu- 3urn..: J Lldi. The conniissioners al''ointed
v ; announced of abdication'-and o 'i.h
1, his altcnt* >n J APPP.OVEPJanuary 23, J83- .
0Se'c I heir. : ?t'-flf.ip; F 21st 1832. 273w
= bnnry
have reached
auction 18,400
by bags. Fribourg, wirxli has the l lead t.1 all :Switzt: y
given \\ r also understand! from Capt. Percival that by thacUiepeiti.jnsof
ral cargoes of line pine timber have arrived, land, is up In arms. striking :. t..ec events 1'-1 I our Counul at Carthagena. Mr. M<*. Valuable Real Estate, ftJTUTllE.-h l..iby given, that books of sub

hut are not Jet discharged. The cargoes we 1a\-C no 100m fir a word of c-unu.cnt: I riierbou. an arrangement has been efficted with the AT PUBLIC ALCIIOK.Y C,1Iital. stork of the Central Bank

, lately landed have been disposed of in great Death of the Pope.-Last nig.-.t. r.vernmentreceived : I Government' New Grenada, by \\hth the duty on virui; (4: power of attorney from Alb-rt jI Florida, will be ofAiairh r p. n nl in the city under of Tallahassee the ,
lO.h -
death ol iV* American Flour has been reduced $'? per barrel, and I B M. Beal exccutois of the "n the day iiext, superineiiiience
part. intelligence of the : Pope : I I Ritchie and ( : of Uenjonun Chaires, U. K. Call, John G_
VIII. His late"Holiness: Francis Xavier : other important reductions_. .are. made pro late William >. Ritchie ihesubscriberwilt offer at hen Robiron G Tur-
I Gamble,Jona Fauntleroy,
Accounts from Russia states that the Em- ducti The of our National vesselso : corge
'I'; rcr >r has decreed an additional duty of 12 1-2 I one, was born at Chiig.i! on the 20th \i'nITI-\\ that ns co.\i is supposed Ire'1ul'I1t11"11"to have had a salutary effect in public sale on tuesday the 3d cay! 01 April next.That ,mtt 11. Bctton, Robert W.Williams..JameJl'llullin.Ri'hmt ,

ai 1761elected to the Popodom on t..e: 31-t I. this desirable object. large Commodious tavern stand Hayward, R. C. Allen, and Henry Bond.-
erl percent. on all imports from England. It is 1S29, and crowned on the 5th of All it lOilO'. 11mg. accomplishing a. in the city of Tallahassee, situated on tIle <'oiniiHvbioiicrs-midcr the act of Incorporation.T.illali. .

?ad: that some English goods already pay arc Before the Holy father wrs. confined to m- ti\l, lieoccupied PoMcript to Count Robert of Pari j corner oi Adams-street and public square, s re, February 211 1832. 27tf

duly of 75 percent. I I.a himself upon SOniC indispensable1 alhurs.He The genlie: reader i is acquainted, that the>e are in all aiiu Known as the Planter's Hotel, the building- fronts i .

The'insurre.tion at Lyons has been quelled directed that all letters addie-'std to J.im on the piubnbihty?) ihe last tales it will be the lot of Ihe author 57 ftet on Adams-street find 40 feet on the c'piwll ; R.tzciau IFf'SmO

J( without actual of m France and Beigiian, to tuhmit to the public. square, two story high, completely! weatherboard I UZLtP 11Is
bloodshed, and the causes which produced state things with a portico on both fronts, and has lately onol the musi erHcuciuu nmipoundiiin the 3li-
\ it should I be answered with the strictest puiictuality: He is now on the etc of tniting foreign parts: a addition of 63 of that class of invet-
; are now mainly attributed to the fault thorough repair to this a'i MKUIC ior the euro
tIthe by briefs, wlucii: he lamself ehct. ud, and winch ship of war iscommisioned by its Royal Master to carry undergone a the has been erected, the rate Dispose produced by an impure state of the .
minister capitol
and the excrs-ive taxation I the nuthi \Va\erly to climates, in which he mayiosiby fttt(mont (Ill square
laid breathe love oforder and ofpe:1ce. health first of which is bnci',the second vveatherooaidtd blood! and a vitiated habit of body. and usually exhibiting -
the classes it exceeded obtain such a restoration at may story
-Ie t \\01 king : having The state of Ireland becomes more alarming : theirselves in the forms of Scrofula Salt Rheum.eprosy. .

s' j in 1831 that of any former year.' every day. "The healing measure": has: heal, d serve him to fpm his thread to an end in his own coun and The painted.above property being constructed c.rpressry for ,. St. :Anihony Fire Fever Sores (even when

Kioto{ have broken Grecnoble. but multiply the whole length ol hones are affected,) White Swelling'* (if aj plied
T Jut at nothing on the contrary l local outrages 1 try.H.id he continued to prosecute his n ual literary la- a tavern, having a dining room he
L they were not of a serious nature. -the exasperation. of"arta' become more intense tours. it tiC niti in..eed probable that at the term of the new building, large and convenient sitting room, vith Dr. Jebb's Liniment.) Foul and obstinate Ulcers and
t Tho unions mipht tv expected attained the bowl, to use the I chambers, &c Attached to said house, is a large lv\o ure legs and eyes scald head in children scuivy
: Portsmouth liezald of the 19th Dec. and dangerous-political as years he has already pa- is ilorbuncled Faces fe-iermg
23 ( The story scorbutic Pimpled or
39 feet tet. upper
kitchen by
revival of Brunswick of would have been broken story
Kas-"The result of ihe second reading are encountered by the tlictic language cnplure for wash house, smoke I II motions. and venerial taints, throughout ihe body iavlnch
ofl has laid off in rooms servants
i is in Mate ofsiege Ihe fountain and little can one, who ei.joyed on
church a a ;
the Reform clubs-the Protestant well of water in the yard,on !I last case the drops often care when mercury
bill and the of inestimable and failing
, glorious majority of tlitj whole no uncommon si.ire I the rno t house, a never I
I its are 111.a t tracts country, I fronting on Adamstr. .ail" They are aNo the best Spring and Autumnal
supplier I small houses
162( that life the lot is two
! was received with demonstrations of delight ot wondiy blesbinjjs be entitled to complain, same
ort ivil war : tetwcen IX the above and cleanse the system from humours
Absolutely C.t otl-a sort nge should be attended with its u.tiual..rup'"tlolJs which would be suitable for offices. ear ph"ic to purify
and particularly on chmj.u, where the 'he and the collectors of nt.ie, and he- advancing to its of period shddws, and storms. named property is a large stable on Pensncola.street,, which frequently! appear at these seasons of the ar-:
L merchants each oth lylli payers anned -oignmedmnds for &c. The whole of the They also! aid the process of digestion and.by purif)iirjj
were seen congratulating iwcen the peop'e l and the police i m' have atiecied him at least in no more painful with a tine yard carriages, humoursif
cron the of trade and sanction-, eqnaiL ttrillic y from the discharge ol. thinpaitol above proporty will be sold entire, and is now under a he blood prevent the secretion malignant
H speedy prospect seeing : cnforcf by penal; manner 1-5 inseparable October 1833, and will be sold subject the long The proprietor confidently relies upon
uuiil the lat
observant-of t Anianan: regula- ol Of those whose relationto lease
the these
commerce asurning that position wbich they mud summary the vast number of surprising comes effected by
I oious-IJoJd: flows in nocturnal out rage alltl i in the htm in tl raukli of life might have in uft d mm theirHntpaUiy to said lea e. be offered house in Boston and vicinity, but through-
; formerly held previously to the rejection of the are now uo mor. ; At the same time and place will a Drops, not only
violence of noon day-solitary actsof avss.sina- under indisposition, mar.y which has constantly been out the Union for the best proof of their excellence asAn
former bill the house Lords f.ict that wake entitledto and lot Jefferson-street,
ot his
in follow are
by ; I heeded the wholes-ale: horrors and those who may ) in convenient to buMiiebS unfailing alterative medicine, in all the cases above
confidence which i is- as essential to the mi.rcantilc I hurl arc scarcely among eapecl, 10 bearing inevitable eyil.s. an example of occupied as a store, and is very about 80 acres, ell This article has recently bee. pronouncedy
shade] thingshort d containing \ pecified.
in the ; every of Also lot of
them on the a grour
throw especially
that and more part witlefcsed
lii had
has been shaken in.less patience miles of town of the first lespectabihty. v -
I Physician
community as money, ofsociety fortune the timbered and watered, and ) a
elemtnis small during
the good
relation disturbs who ma ito i entitled! his -
of vile ciijmcu its surprising efficacy, as tu opinan.
by the open
wisdom of the house of Lord, there in a thickly settled neigbberho
time with mournful COUIMO: his pilgrimage. is 1of take the lead of'all the popular article* known
k uill be thrown into every branch of trade and and darkens the present Tne public hdve ciairns on his gratitude, for which Terms of sale on nled in hand property the balance, -in for.the to above complaints, and indeed it is Itt: gaining
of the future! U has no adequate means of eiprc.Mun the purchase money to b paid ,
I' commerce a new life, and an energy never he- auguries the author oi utcrley to that the three equal annual payments, tearing an interest of Ills l point in public estimation throughout the.country.
be hope
fore and if the the ; bul he luay permitted On (Price $1 a bottle, or 6 bottles for $o.)
experienced security.
on giving approved
L contrary base a
oi Ins mind buch as tl.ey are, may not 8 per cent, purchaser .
vitals (,f industry will be crushed to the ground THE PRESIDENT.Our tJufcrclll pov\e date Iruiu those ol his WdJ ; and that he mayagain the two last named pwprty's, the terms are 1-3 in l YSPl.PSLOR INDIGESTION.rOf

)u and consternation and ruin will follow in awful letters from Washington (says the Richmond I lClIIIS patronizing friends, if not exactly in hnI.i hand, and the annual payments, longstanding and of the mo=t obstinate chnrac-
favorably oft be health and of meraXurc, at least in some branch, which bearing the same interest as above with goat secuiity. ter. has been immediately relieved and often perinalently -
succession and England will bo a bankrupt. Enquirer) report lIy 1 >niiii o'clock the of that have occurred
h li tortti the that- Sale to bommence at 2 at capitol cured in a variety cases
health reiuarh
There his been considerable increase in spirits,if the President. "He is in good a- 111.1) ,loot cai cJi1uoua the veteran on the btage. LEWIS RAMSBURG, in Bo'ton and vicinity by luing for a short time.
I the of the first.) The recent storm u,> lags for the executors. Dr Relfe's Vegetable Specific and'anliBillOfl9
., ticaiaiui for cotton calicoes and prints.R ram (says a letter \BB'JTSI"OlW 'ct'luUIt It$1. Agent 27tds togetheraccord-
c 1832. both of whieh ate to be taken
him, seems February 21st rills,
:ia is crushing the {'oles to the last cx- rather deep laid scheme to destroy the direction accom-
poor a-
r or Journawill valuable and practical
this please-copy plain
received ihe Georgia to
I have never Lxtract of letter to the LUitor, by i Jt ng
weinity, and their sufferings are cooly! looked on to have given him new life and spirit. dated ( weeks ami forward the account t o this of- laning the Specific. Brice5ocent.seach.Er .

b.v all the crowned heads of Europe. him more cheerful than at present; his U AbHINGTOX, Feb. 1 fice. None are genuine unless signed OB the oubldeprinled

An Extraordinary Gazette published Madrid seen mucii; improved." 4 Five minutes kince, hy\ a \ute ul Uo to at, the CC'1'ION.--V- ill be w>ld at public AUCTION wrapper. by tbe sole proprietor T. KIDDER.

On the 15tli iii:t. contains the 'following official whale health soema iloue siruck Hum tIme A., ortioumeut bill the ratio ofiOittiIht A on Saturday the 25th in.., on the Capitol quare.. immediate succpUttrto the late Dr. W. T.No.COI'Iwu.for 99. Court-

i wmmuuication:_The Minister of War l ha* received thousand lor a Ueprebentative, and inserted a Dumber oi valuable : laves; sundry article of llou-f- sale at Kis Counting Room over bu'
and also
Boston. by
by au courier dated FROM and '.1'liiHII give to U orgta nineKeHeseaUnivebut furniture. And a few head of cattle ; Creel, near Concert Hall,
extraordinary a despatch luriv-ioar liiou: hold and Kitchen (No. J)
F of the 2Gth November! that Ue, Adaiii late of by E. B. PERKINS. :
11th inst. announcinjr'lhat, on that day, at half Liverpool paper a-desirable as rtUlt way being the personal estate of Alexander appointment Drogut.
o'ch ck of his com- J-un of the J4th were received 1 collider 11 noiiung, cviupared with the trmmpli w.u.hu County deceased. Oa all turns over $20 a rret 26tf.
f'stli > Tornjos and fitty two and the London {avdnnah itepubucaii.Mr. Lon will be E. V A D. Tallahassee Feb. 17. 1531.
Fmons were shot as traitors." A private letter ofwe labtovemngb).the 1ycurgu4, from Liverpool. givelo popular pnocn-les/- three months given. AdministratrixEeb. -
1: same date as the Gazette, state* that 'Torrij Char. Courier. Philadelphia Inquirersays 7tf FIRE INSURANCE.
xvas first shot single, and died with determined LIVERPOOL, Nov. 26.Apprehension Van Buren.- lor the 21. 32. The subscriber having been NSURANCE against loss or damage by FIRE ; :

1 COUrage, the rest were placed in a line, and all des- and subsequent Escape of the Mar- "tue nomination of this gentlemsn A appointed ut ION auctioneer SALE.- for Leon County, gives no I be effected on the most iavoraLlt of the.Protection.ein.s on apj'liitionto Insu--

tlclCL at the same moment. The letter gives de la U.ocht guelul.The V !ce i'rebideucy, by tue Baltimore convention tice that he will attend in Tallahassee every uay to : the Subscriber, agent Connecticut. In apulication

the names of all the victims, and the only English clnones aecount of the now placed Urjond a doubt. The editors of the make such sales a may be desired. Regular sole days, :\nce company,. Hartford value ol property every must betated "
name tint them is Robert ttoy Paris papers contain an have on which days it is viished, aU the lair Call. .
appeared among ; >e\v 1 ork Courier and Enquirer already placed tuesdaysandfiuidys, evidence, furm-hetlofthecrr- :
that ofNci1t is not mentioned. arrest of the Marchtonrs de la Itochtj.iqucJin, t the head of their paper as the candidate sales may b fixed, if practicable. In my absence application I and satisfactory representation, and the good moral ,
name the
The Gazette du Lyonnais says-"for some days of Ileibiers in L. Yciidu, onsu.picion nit. be to P. 1IORE, city, maral'he i-ctness The solvency oldie Office, '
the iowa ca mae. applicant.
near the lor that office on the Jackson ticket.COTTON. administrators or sles hamcler of 1
past the dlsannaUat rebelli *n ag.iinttt subscriber oter be confidently re
if muskets proceeding from ihe of t-X'-itum to -- reasonable notice. nd its fairness and punci!ality may t
Ly )ns have l been embarked to be sent to A siMich had: been ordered to in the county, on JOHN WESTCOTT, Jr. ::rdon. E. D. PERKINS.Tallahassee 27t'
atenc,. Government. Feb. 22 IS31.
From been thicndar ,
15to 18080 have already Commandant' ot 27tf Auctioneer. .
o I sent oil. From this measure,'which indicates no be made by the tne parish of Gan- The article lias been in great request through Feb.2ht139. f

cat confidence oa the part of the government in meric, atfurm-swadiugin. .

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l t r. :cr l" r'fJf d. .Il 1f4; l7RD. MORE NEW GOODS, SELLING-OFF I NrOTICE.-The undersigned has j10 SaleHALF Ot Z1tt,4 I
: .'[1"1". '.iv.-d by \'arr1\'a fnmNe\\-Yorktmd A MONO the great variety goods received in this I I Jl l been appointed agent and attorney in fact for a section of Jand'about

.11 ,uis, n miitral assortment of DI Y- *c9LCity, this season, and which arc offered low for LOW caton Grantland and Fairish Carter, and the heirs Tallahassee, of which 1.1..iacres

;; P G LJS l..rdw.lt'l', Cinlcry I Ea: ..th'n,China, and Glassware csfch, there will be found, at the new store of the subscriber FOR CASH.o t Charles Williamson, and is intrusted with the care cleared and has been under tll ere h
%-">C' .' si" ". Nails, Ca
'r! .': ( 'loths and Cassimers, a part of which they will xnenl THE subscriber,*at his new corner Jcfferin om committing waste on the same, and those dcsir- ribs, stables, &c., has also, a large garden house lurS'

I I! (j JfJ .Ii l- YOODS. : n. and Monroe-streets, offers for sale to pub 0" to rent mar do so on application to the subscriber. Iy| pailed in. The above lands are situated '!

'L j Fill .'., t-.v r ,11". rile, )Blue, and J.brk ( 'l loths, Super blue, crape Finished, Broad Cloths, lie in general; a handsome assortment the follow in, THOMAS BALTZELL.Wcbbn'lle ship No. 1, It No. 1, and section 13, North i-&*e.
fmcondajpciuu d-i. Velvet do. named articles at the most reduced prices fr cash Viz: February 14th 1832. 2Ctf and formerly occupied by R. J. and
aitin u, coarse i.aunets; korwjs, Hartley, EsL Qt
if FUMJ ., a.J) Patent finished (West of England) Black do. sous wishing to purchase rent .
"-, Coiion-ulcs, for L\r-ToCK.thin-,1.oint: DRY-GOODS. iSW STORK will please .
do. fine Olive, do do
t Loiid-ia.' M.II."-, -aa It *c ItUnkeis, Flann. Is, Mack do. JAMES )1' "

i'. '' i Labtiu ; pi.i-i! A. figured little, and black Uombar.etls! do Cinamon Bottle Green Brown, do.do. Silks, Black, Grosdenap Italian Lutestring, Black 1JN TALLAHASSEE. Tallahassee, February 14th 1832. IutLl. .'

a 1.1r.c. '- ,.ruientof Pnnts, an-l culicivs, Plain, un(1 l lflpir'H Saxony blue do. Sarcenet, Blue, Green, Pi:.k, and white Florences, Subscriber has taken the house next door to P. S. Purchasers can 1 l.e ..accommodatedith

j! : !, 1 f-t.-'jir-s, Aiuil, -wi!s111, in. .1-1 1 \l'alt Lacndcr Drab, and Dove colored Cassimers Figured Silks in variety, Irish Poplin, Silk Velvet, THE& M. Alf STEAD, $. CO. and is opening adjoining half section, 011 wn acres nri cI

I CiunOnco, Lmun, an-i! imitations, C.unbrio.s,, Irish, Linens A variety silk \Tcstilncw C ton do.,Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calico, Superior a large. iid general I\ csortm.'WofGROCERIES

Ii t ., Lon; Lawn, Irish, :Table, ani: Hu '!a, v lap( ?,, }handkerchiefs Pun (do. patterns.) Black Lasting, BlIltinet and thread Lace?, Irish Linens flEMIYIJOIWII
ec I
brov\u Linens, lcl\.hnbuq B .ar Ducks, Osna- Sea Island Cotton ,
; \\ late and Shirtins, Plain and l figured Jaconeett ,
1 .-' burg, lirtUbinci8, Lav anJ Edin, 1 tack ;and coloredGrivii.ia.is I fancy cravats, Swiss and Book Muslins, shawls worked LIQUORS[ & received
i ; 4 Dozen tine fashionable linen shirts, capes ASjust and offers
.x-. '.. .- !i111.; \ lll' s, and IJamnsta, and dresses, handkerchiefs Calicoes for*,i
; Sinshuw} i<. silks blur white do do Bosoms, Ginghams, Nan BUY-GOODS. Two t torty saw jins, made by Mr. *
; jrsuief.. and Levantiu'i Gcntlcuicns' silk & Merino keens, Brown Holland, French Drown Linen, Fitrni- John 1
half LouUville
hose '
,, ; niiiK, ..4 .;.t I". i..reK-es, a :wu v U'i' ly: of. KiIiiKnsCaiut.ik.b.ia d.) Cotton and Au- .-1.\ ture Dimity, fine Cloths, Cassamcrs and Cin.tt i anon? whHi I t I ro the follow;art ire.s! I l Georgia. %,

: :uiu French Cn.p-S ImH.'t tllIS, and Silk and silk Velvet Stocks: latest d'i fashions. white and c'.1 Flannel, Xl' cloths, Scotch and Itu Douiita! relincd Loaf. Havnnnn superior '\ bite. Wrought ircn PlOtlgFi

Linen Oaui.Ti": ; U.iri.lKerrhicfs. darine, SUK, and 1'hitJCt: drc.vifch.irtks} silk, fl-tif, amiBamldiiuu of made they a splmdid nssortrnent Havana Green, first qu.lIity.'Qo do
Ite.idy manuf.ictedin the
Clothing, _
I Handkerchiefs, fury eras aIS, c.i.sMincrr, test style! the work and nutcri.tls of which they warrant IIAILDWAIIE. -'Qo Young If yrt, Imperial l and Pl\h hong Fresh Or!Iran*Flour
:ana bilK i h.i i'aitfiu Tiirc.ul, fIt lull-utton 1 and cotton I : G.\I1\"a '
I : : .
>; tlllaIr1-,
I to be prnuinc.--Consisting i of super bluo, black A Iarzc and cMcisi\e: assortment of Hardware[ FRESH TEAS. ,
i\"coPills Needlesko. con
'l- -, : !1II'J iI11 Xl" Clnrlrston rice,
3-1 and 4-41 bleached anti brow n shirtings: and sheet IIrlw1Cinam'n, and Olive Dress Coats, do Frocks,, .istiitg of Knives iml F(.ikcs, Pen Kmvrs, Spoons, I J! I"I' ii, Pi.rk, etc

ins I ,( ; ., -.-- ticks ". etc. do Pants, &c. silk Velvet Vests, Florentine silk' ditto ScissorsRazors. Looks, AI ers, Chisels, &'., nether) I J (Ajax Cargo.) -_ _
I 4 'ii r1f8i'; : Valencia.! and Marseilles, all of which they will teil 1 with a complete: assortment of carpenters i1LA:ES. Hour, Barn, Mess Pork, in !i halfhr."t"cls.
It : &C. !low for cash. K. B. k J. U. BULL, .Ti.H'kel'd0.2.1 in whole! and I fjuarter eNMessdo. .

\o\cmLcr22l1IS3J. Htf BOOTS& SHOES vi ry fine, in quarter do.FrohL .
% I II Ii i Mcns\uid, Boys \\ xil, }"ur.allli Bcsntr Hats, chil-! I :af Lard, Gi :h&n Butt :rGo: !hiii rhocFrrsh .

I C \l'S' WANTED A large assortment of HaIti : Cbarli-stoii Kif; dxllu.h, .scotch i Iftrrint,'.

moro and JS'KU'-YOUK made Sperm C'andlrs,, %viil'!. ." Strtie.L: ( Sperm Oil,
dixnsSADDLES SWCD c?(\ TUil7li liiSiT (DIP lil? lbJ
? Swfi-lO):I!, Nt-w Yllrk drie; et'l'JLin'l'puulJile f;
&C.I1ens' dm..tri'llI1111 m rat babits.. 11.1 B. *S' .1.' B. !'. IB. DlL'3 JIT/ID: f. iDlS( 3a blown Salt for table
----- -- ni Pumps, LaUus s-a'in' and i'n.iitll
Siloes Droul": )! \ ". It idll ,\ lir.-t Duality rhi'wi.i Tobacco,
and Bys coarse: Broztn-: :an.1 MUMS, nan-! E. W. DOi1EY ;
Spanish: and haIfSj ni.h Secrira.Fresh .
and boys line liroijan shoes, LadicaLf.U'u-r! boots .il 111 I IF-, HATS AND CAPS I :
: bunch Itl: ills, Fiirs: Primes, Almon.ls.with .
sliM .
** l.adicsSeul.sliin.MoroccouulPrundlu: shoes, y- 1
: .Ctdur'-tt4' Leather, and Moroc"osho : nu assortmentof S. H.R just received las fall Mij ply (If Go.,i''>, p 'r superior;! jix-'orliiK.) 01 the a variety t1 4)1) hers compri-in: evny' article ill tit .i
f tnl'lh' common) ar.d inc saddle- idles, nurtmirals, Florid.i, and SrlioopcrVilliam) : .V. '1 ys .n i it ,: most fashionable HATS & CAPS of (flOCEHY LINK. \!ADE awl old wholes

t: Hr"N' 'i-.i', rl I. -. -..1.! I.' .:.!b r, e'-,. t !'. fro'u makes:t I5altimoir his 't. ck, very which ClIlHp41'in .ul.btion! !. to his former t.u)'ply ill Ucscnp; M'i's. .1L D Flln'I 1I HH1 ntl ll' :ic Li'in'r 1'111 tail i in Frederick county, Mil. lIe'nndne.by: C
l"1le T blllll lle E Eloll.ind Gin, as imported do. com-eriu'd ; Herslci
HA. ARES country in tile I'atenT with !)r. Judnins.
I : .d ii. ll.i V I, DRY.GOODS.CONSISTING GROCERIES. Genuini; : Bordeaux Brandy, di'. do. com. do. I The above( Ointment is otlbred to the
11), ) i' ; :.' r1rll' Jamaica Spirits, New England! Hum pnlftcajj
"J.'I A Jarjrc fofk in nil its jal and certain; remedy fir those obstinate
;;'J; Knives :uiJ Forhs: 1)1M.d P Ic'kct knives, Lathinj.and OF variety.FL.OTJL Old! "'" ifif'(1 r>Jonon lIIf'b! wiikt-y! common do. some of \liich have so long liathledthe skill of disease; *

E j shin! iin;; liatrhuts; shovels and spades, Carolina \y25./1323s:I'i'iliHlt.ira' on draft &. in bottles.Aliiia ;Jencr mdi'
'i rice, TiiVjin: and garden hoes, CAM steel, club and I Hi i' and .JIHk: L louis, L asul1t'l'C., Cas:illttI, fli MC I :ii no. Claret ditto.Old'1th 1st \Vhite S\vcllinrof

: br T f ,ixcs Hi.p I 10,1,10. sUrly .rd,1 1.L., Butt.Ilot.k) .UK i point' l 11001'>:iankctsrcd,;rei-'>, and whiteFlannrls:rrtuBoolin : Fifty Barrels proof niacBrant'y' Jyeors old in bottles;, &l C'ortLi'X* and! Llrersof every long description. ./j
s cloth Baize Pa*l Unir<;, H-mc, lri> & l.ill-\\ 'ppl'inr] llPVvheat lion and larsc of 11 : sfanding.
: and Eye Hin;*o, woodacrow ;, l\\IllI, tenant, crosw-ui, r. assortment .1'1'CAPS, BOOTS, :Ud fc"chirru.-or (ilnndular! Tumours
; ; an t .!i"1:1 savs.ian1: ; ;pitt, miil->.i\v, ond j,1 t'k'l1ilh.' tnin <,Lt'iiz La\\ nsLar"md Call.I.'ic IIIsl"ftioIlSIIJli, ('11;; Lndi'-ssiiid' Gentlemen's! Shots, Rt-a-ly made! clotiiii'! !, thoc! hardened tumonr.s in xvomen's breasts particularr,
: Bohibiitt ts, Call1ln i i& J.lCCOI'ttS Unm 1 J(111:11:11: ALSO. I which '
;; : ,
11 : oftectiiiici
j filescajtsteeldrawinskniv-NS.'t of iJbd.s'.llh'ar! coi;>I' !'III!: ; partly of Supernnr Cloth Coats, a. "rll'lsizes teri'iinate in tii'eer.'ited: cancers.Itli .
11 Liucl1 and Liuc1 Call1hri '
"I na ldkf'1..hi"
I i J.I peniojCo'* r>,antl :-boe 'oakerbiot'-I ':" <-tc. LI1IuiOlI and ci-lciirs. Angola, Frock ditto, a f.ne arlirlr! f for I reltins.! or what some people know
i 1IHI i American Prillts, G iii1uua; ., Lat1i. Faw'y jlI' K, Sadleiy, Crockery and Glass Ware Sumnie-r! wear i, 'outhsalld boys ooaties and und-i- of Catarrhs! of tj the name
A description.5h : .
great variety of ( Va It', Popplinand Baraigc IJnndkerrhiffs.mandarinc, f\i'ry
'fillvar(1 11II.l1t rIIr!! ea i! and -Ltintt 1iritaloins
; "i I' ,uidia.Mid..rinc(1 presses, plain and fi lIrt'dwi: s muvIm. Looking U lt.:\C-Sltlt, Ie:- :..III'slti! Vaiencia! lIcr-Vests. A few ? :ar- Khcurnatic 1'uinsnf t11j} (>iits.
; ; -ltTIIEN, CINA, : li< ok nmslins, superior, Damask table cloths (dy made pieces 1rii! Llllf'n, (;Sprains and Bruises IJf eveiy description
clothIng : illt' Ib.O"ridl I or ia
(Jlove-- lldt Ribbons stationary; : &,('. &C. I : t Ftatlltrs-liilpn's; superior in;t frt.sI : uhatR\er pal t situate.
A i A etc. ( tr.A
p If ;l.A J.IESl'"l'LLJ HII tlO! l'o..t P''lIC'r.-OJlc) box (ItCItuIlt Frtich lIml- I I idl 'Itter of .
'ill Iviridw.
.. ,
\ ith a. rencral of I I rrnribnr..... 11
{ assornnents: [Domrsiir G'' 'd 1 k h
: 'F.thl.ili.iss"e. Novrnibcr I l.ib 1 IS.Tl. ':!I P.JI.tr, .1' tllc I ttf't alld most! rlpnto\1"f1. "'1 Fa.
i \r.\RE; IRON, NAILS, Rrownana bleached shirting i.iid shift ings, Bed ticks I I J l.'iit':;t t i tIlltf'rflt I" "" .. ticnt, in applying the Ointment. must keep the
1 Ku.ij siiid Stuul-.s Japan Paste lilacKinsr; part
: --- and ofa'r.*
a varietylivr out :
,, t.,.::1 sTEEL, &c. ,\'c. Ctf I.f" I AMERICAN 1O11L. flf, } :11'1 t idt.H.t nrcessary), ( to nt1on-all ( which 6th Chilblains, or parts affected fro

,\\':: 1-4 to 8 Inch, fiat bar, I I'ndi 1 Amerirpn, Pttissia, 5:. "RElDY MADE will b<_ .lol-J !-);\ l Ir Cash 'rovedpaprr. It i is also one of( the best remedies Ly lor"t.

I I Swocds Iron, round and .sfjujin t bar iron, h'vip ;and slu-c! .-. '. -',. i JAwsC.: ECCLES. Scalds It eases the pain and draws Earns and;}
I f Iron, German and Blistered steel, 4, 5, C, rt 4, 1(0, 1 i, 20, cLoTzxNc-a 'iGr."j.... -. ".,p'-." :-, .Ij'-'f'.'.....' I ;EiJ:: ::' <"'oltt,1I, I;'ides, Fkiard; al!!! t-fi-ntry j.rcn'i'i short time. the fire out ia a

i ri 30, anJ 40, dry CUL NaiI cut brads and: wtht Nails A '.'. ":'' .., .... 'f ".;" I 1111/1: ; 'l.ii the IlIdl n" : Pots, Bake Pans, Spiders, skillets, tea k.:tles, fryinGROCERIES. hrgc: rind gviu-ral nS-"Td"UII;, 01 Ready: made Y, ) : :'-"' I ,\ 'd -! I--I.: IJreasf and Glandular
3fi2m.! it is
; CJuthin: Swelling
t 4h: : Pans, tec. Bang Lp antaloon"! ", mid Rountlaliouts.1 I \.t psj I I superior to ars\ nificinf\et known t>
Cassintttsand Beaveitecn or K\crasUiig! ditto ditto, '" ZZe;a Jh! --- : resh Drugs Garden I f the medical faculty; It i is niurli safer than mercaria! f'j'
swans OOWM: vest, etc. ec. 'f i0 s TT'-IJ. application; (as it does not contain the smallest atca

:tri''f1': Jamjuca, .N. E., and X Orleans Hum, country., and! IIARD'VRE. h'' -, --.t\, SEEDS, &c. I of not any lay prepartion the patient of liable that to inateri.il.injury )from because it don _

Holland Gin, Whiskey, Malua: ; Ciarttt, and (S. V\) colt: eiposureta

t; Wine, Porter, Cider, in Box s of one dozen each, Kni\. and Forks, Pockrt! and Pen Kinve1; J 11 nznn.,, rra.. IIE Sub-scribcr rr'pr-ftfullv informs hN fiends, E. :B. PERliINS I IN I This Ointment has cured sore of
; Powder t.hotlead I I and the : many years start!
Teas, Coffer, Loaf Sugar,Tn1.ar"if" SpectacleCurry C'os.ibs, 1 !in.t. Stirrups, (ti. 'tc'. pubK irem r illy, tint !1:1': Ins rriiti-d I tinuir ing. Where it is :iMt-ille;
: co, Se ars, salt, Grindstones cotton Ba 'trir;:, Bale : :: : commodious: building on ih: AVt-t side.f; t hc.pii.1 jf, AS rrvtivd by the late arrivals frr,in >cw-Y ,rkind I external in or imprudent to heal the
I Rope, Ba sinjc Twine Pepper, 1 .1 I S liecomiaj
l' Alspicc, Copperas, asa t': tern IIY John 1 a larre supply] of frtsh JlrtHcinri, I I can us or rotten, ii \ill! >toI'I hiP of the
Dnurs \ The progress
) II' Iii
Medicines 30OT&flOE.I p r. v-e lion in caries,
ctc. etc. etc. HiHih't\II" ll'Mnni) .indnpnaid-of 1
;; a I I b; ITOOpnpers ot"garden: sc:d! from II. iiicrcare the
With a great variety of other goods which will be :'pair; will I be ready for the rect ptilllllf: IJoaidcrs aiu5! (( '. Laiiilreth AI.so, Ther1l'mctcrsSl'irit iunsixe quantity the discharge, rtiaove the cf
and IueH
: and
,-F sold l'Jw.t whole sale or retail for cash, cotton other. I :i isitor.on< the I lolb! i in-1. IJydronu-u-rs-SoclieromelersJ'routs Syrup fac the pain.
or ,tlfJI"( icu 'iitleinfn'ssutcrior! shoes p.Uc nt Cvrnrubki's It cures the worst Felons Whitluws!
| '
t.t ;i country indebted produce. lIe earnestly requests all pI rsons : JI '; IJaltnnoic made LOU >, Tnll.ilnssrr JOHN W. HEAVES. l and iiuutifnl and much approved :lrti'I(, for tin1tire cation of -1" hoorsIthenrHati5111s 03 an appt.

to him by noto, account, or otherwise, to rail Brogans, etc. Nov. 1H, 1831. i (if corns-Brajrgs }olishinjr ]l'a. tr, fur leaning I which, Investooi!
and the i > long a< tobecom
: pay same, as soon as convenient. He also I plate% Britiinia ice., Ro.sr Oran ?
: l'M VIVIA'US: \ :c, Flower, Citron, a systematic disorder;
has on hand for sale, a quantity of 1)LOUS best 1VV.MI"I I Lavender and Coloirres icquires medicine be taken m-
!I .r steel saw cotton Gins, assorted sizes. SPREAD EI GLErI'11'TI I : t'!( Milo, Carpenters Oilof waters('.intharidcs.e'!. c tr. E.x| ccted by. wardly to remove tlicni entirely. Bat in mo;t commoa
; "j RA cases by Hppljim this ;
: Ointment
i : jj [ directed
ttliXw'I1l externally ,
-Q'tth! .
|831. Tallahassee Nov:
: I lif mber I Is t 1 Ie3l. 1 lltf I it will gite ff.lwfrul! e\t-n in old peppl whe e :

It J. G. & N. HAMLEU7j FOIl SALE, to close Con : P:1I1:1ItU\'C! been of lo-iigcr standing! it will ease lie '
ignlIt ,
) [
:::iU Kiin.To
1iA7E IltS.Sj
I fli : st received by late arrivNew General Sflrllncnt of HATS, Barrels sea captains and masters of \\csccl-! H omtoal
; .Labfroin York.M BROWN BLACK Sweet Superfine FLOUR, rnn-t l 1m valuable
& WhITE 32 Sacks very iti wii.tcr on our coast it bets;;
.1'.1il'f! WOOL do. S.'a. kin Cal' Lcalhtr do. Cloth! 5 Hairs: COFFEE Li\'Crpllol) blowi! SALT, very certain in its erit-ct on Chilblains or parts ntreettt

: I i I I 3 BliXt." Loaf SVG.\n. with; frost it likewise preserves its qualities ia ailefi

!;, 2000 Pair: Nejrro shoes and Hi 1 ::\", do.GROCEltIES. : 7 Uarrtls IWlt.gA
I.oiup Ditto.
t J
: V 500 Pieces Negro Cotton FustaJn; *, : 5 KegsTCP.ACCo i large mass of testimony proving the value of thi.
; \ 500 D.). do.V ollen Cloth und atinctts Be5tCo: lJi.l T iii: suliscnber las: taken that spacious and splendid 50; t most exccllciit nc: icic; uil'l be shewn to those \\Lo!.iwi.h
,I i 100 Do. do. Point Blankets: Madeira ; iiivndy, Holland! ti In, Jum.iica spirits, 1 trick tenement) in Tallahassee, I i1it. Iv oi-cupi- Paj.-g.in PLOUGHS, furtl.tr information! : on application i'J iJr llcn-
and Port" 2! BxesTE
ine, in casks and bolt o d J by Capt. John} :\,
'I" 100 Do. Rose & Duffilc do., Ics ; Cham, Downer, which, havinir n-renly; tom. or to any of his authorized
paign old : ngents.
: I-t1 I 20 Bales Doiue"iic Sheciings & Shirtings &c. Guupouder, Rye WhUkcy, si'.crKT] apple}. \ irlt' ar:, bcen refitted and furnished! in the most roniple-.c 1:1.111I i 10 Boxes SOAP The aboxo medicine sold by special spppintmcnt or

: I. 15 Dozen Wool Hats, and Lump ;., It.lpnjal! alll You % Hyson Tea, Loaf I, JIlT, is now under !the name of the I I I! Apply to the patentee and warranted penuire.

: rico Pieces Stripe & Pliid! Domestic', .rackcrs. ( 'be-us-.ir : .T a a and Havana Coffer, Uai.-.m; *, SPREADE.GLETAYER St. TAYLOR & KLEIN. E.: B i PEfKIDRtCiGI3T.: -
i ; 150 Do. Scotch tc, Bi-si\'ucwing Tobarco, common do. _Marks, Janunry 3Ut 183:. 21ff.B : Tallahassee! -
Bai'jrins ,
I ,; ; Sizars, with a large and Open for the reception of Travellers and February 2Iihi lc31f! 27 tt
I general assortment af Gwncs. It. J.
f" 1I1 -:::: f. lfi ::::- : ('(; T HOTEL issituatc 31. \\ DAVIDSON, respectfully ten-
"" i From New-Orleans, "I hy (the Schooner 10,000 to C. C, &.R. \\T. Williai.is, in a p\siiicnas: in xt doer I dcrs his services in the several dcpartmtiits of DR.lijUNfJ'ER ;
mftrly l t-s
: profession,
f. Middlings & central the ; to his friends and the cituens D
to bushier and population of the of G.V.s-: jjr.m .X \(ij\:21
NATIVE 'iy as I I il cit County. lIe
f'.1 could be selected promists and l''the ot Dr.
I ; and is no Ics qualified for the "purj punctuality f.tiliiudnor. use Hunter's tucstiuiable: Tills, !per-
t I' 150 11:811 Bbh.: : WHISKEY, 10 Bjim-N PORK j]oicof a public hoifei, by its iiipIe size un. connnrii.us I I in ev ry applu-ation! and his cluxr-t-a will be made .tLl sons of either H.X. if they carefully!: follow! )

r EO do. old do. I! interior arranjjenitiu, than its comnnVnt ,- l tetrrepi ml with the hardness of the time t :. \cry valuable! plan! and copious JJirectiuns accoi
,j 100 100' BMs Supcrfnip"' Wheat FLOUR. 20 Barrel HERRING & tion. In addition to the,/- ad\anta., the nsdn: >iintd ; -- \\.rtJi'viiN;! -, Gadsden: Co. Florida, Jan 31 IS32 21tf r:1nJinzZ them! are enabled effectually to eradicate; l\
I ROPE, 30 Barrels) I isd"tnmincd to merit the patronage of the public' CKllTALV DISEASE:. and to re>lore lost bealt,
1 100 Pieces Heavy Kcntiley BAGGING! lffiACH.ESEiL. which he takes this NOTICE. with !
I ocraion: f'fcC'tfuHto! solicit, by easy sufi'ty, and certainty. in a few uafS'nr
I 10,000 Lbs. Middlings fcSho.'ldtrsi'JCO.V. nnn'milled attention 4 LL persons having claims ( : The: exfeiiMve!
30 Banvls direr led to the comfort nnd = airainst the estate of sale: anti unexampled success
l i,i :'. 1 5 Hhds. Canvassed 11.1.1 S, WHISKEY. ment of his Bursts ; mId by the moderation and enjoy strict- .t -S.tnitiel Culverdec'd., are requested to present the: I this Mctiicine: in this and other cities, and principle

1 50 Boxes & Kejrs !br!t Richmond: TOEJCCO, FLOUR. n-jrularity of his charges.Alliii tme within the time limited; by law, or they will be: t,)wn> throughout! tl.e Uniou., t for the 'last fifteen jeare

;, 20 t Do, Porter and .11.1, table, will always found the best which I kiricd. All persons indebted} to ad: I estate will t.case! during which i' v.s :ai. factariy! prepared by Dr.Cfwav. .

J U 10 Dozen Col]ins' & Cos. .'lXES, SlIl.'rJOr ySlH the inaikeiasidajacent cciltry ail'ord! hz bar ,.iil be make payment immediately to E. SEIXAS, ailm'r.! itcoi.tesiblv. prove that when Used with the IX-.

100 B/S SfiOT.CHEAPER. omIs. FLO I'R. Y l 'l i? supjjlii d with a variety of( the choicest Iirj"on! >, and for January 10th ls3: 2I10vJMiJdlc i JEi 'i lOX POU'DEKS. i: eilects a thorough and

ti''J'I THdtf l.issuiblcs h txperiencednndatttiiti\e Ostkrs are District speedy cure of that eheadiul disorder i dcuemicatod t the -
j. E /TE1(. ALSO. vii i
;i TAYLOR AND KLEIN Alabnster LOst tliosp, however, who mny visit Tallahassee, JOHN DOWNER Leon Superior Court. V %* The PiLLSureaccompanied! uher.thecasequires I'- -

': rcave mimic ornaments, Bead; Bar, Tortoise should! view this public! and ilattcnn noticc 1 Attachment.vs. ._ it, witii the INJECTION\\ DEKS. aCI'IZATE -
i i to invite the she 1 as a n-tie
BEG tuck
1 i attention of comb) carved and I I i; > Tiiis Suit
plain, Brazilian! ditto do. : t jirtscribed !I.y custom on such orriisimis.!! '1 lIt' has been I : these constitute a l1u*! powerful[ ir.edicsippiicable ,
I their customers and the public in general to \vith an assortment of 1 proprietor nsjtcrtfuily invites them to mil mill AREDNEUO POTTER ) this day instituted I to the v irions stages of tiiJ Protean diodor. -

,ii1 II enumerate present stock of goods, iheydeemitsuperflousto: ware, StoneWare, Bridles, and Saddles Crockory- f for th'm'eh ts I by actual (-xperiment. judge hvallal'iIIIlllt: : of which the ilelendant: ami ail I II Ful! and plain directiJju, v.itha 'Iiuar j treatise: ;

.f "crowded CH'l'yarticle, w ith liich) there shelves are All the above et ttr. Nn\tivlir8f! 1 131: I2tf II. P. A1T'1'ON.r.DUcji1ON. other persons interested are required to take: t.'\plaiuiiig the \ariou, J'm ptOIlS, and the mode 01
i and therefore no
I .1) c U'Jwon hand merely remark, that thc y h 1m: for cash goods will he sold low tice.: THOMAS M. BRADFORD. treatment, accompany each box, su lhat personseithrr of
It a supeiior : and

., t! ) they will sell 1 cheaper:; than assortment ever for cjsli of!t, jroods;;uU,':;: or which aj),- s dlagaiii. adificrence made to thu: .\\ho buy to l'j'/I.US. WILLIAMS resjicctiiilly!\, Att'y 1tr'PJfT. (Piice sex of mil the}cure Pills themselves.;1 a box ; the Injection powder

'! 1, : proved credit. There &orttnciit eojiJstj.; of the fol HlllherSlh J 31.I I J2f mf'.rnis f he public, tl.atsl.e has optited a boanin !- KOTIOS. and Cerate .".O cents each.)
I'I; I hw&1'gdccriptxon.', Viz iI i .<*;srho! on M'Carty-strfet! in Talbluis&tc. lltrsjstcm ALL [Lf J'separed ,join thick original Recipe in 3ISthelatfDr or
;; I of ill.. persons liaxirii/ ciain.sa 5inst{ the Estate
Dry-Goods of all kind lrllctil/n comprises odin \. T.
?, Hardware( & n ;, prrnunship: ,,I of Benjamin Cox WAV, by his immediate SJ ac-
fiiirlish grammar, (i-'I' nulivv HUtory I Bclh-sSf-ttris: t Manning dec'il. late of Jetiersou; : ce>sor, and the Sole Proprietor T. KIDDER, tll
/ Looking Gla- HATS conijioaition, French and Embroidery fche proini-I County) are requested to present them duly au-I whom they may be had at bis Counting Room. 1 1C1auilwrs 11 .

I ::" 1 Shoes, Saddles, etc. A p to j pay; c\cry necessary; aitnition to the noras! and litfiatureif tlienticnted, within the time prescribed by law ; or I c\'Cr"SII. W, next Ioor to J. KIDDC1j :

of China Glass greatariety r I her pupil.-, and ll UMTS herself that those they will be lorever{ barred. All persons indebted j Drug Stou. corner of Court and Hanover Sire :.
: and I
Earthen-'Vare wiio jn.iy:' be intrusted to her to said estate near Conceit .
I' care will realise the most are requested to make immediate Hall. IJoston. and also by his apput0[ :
.1 GROCERIES&C? : sanguine) expectations of their parents and guardians im-ment. MAY MANNING J Exec't. ment, (together with all those other \aluib.e; Medicines .

JOSEPIILADD CIMUKES FOR BOARDEKS, EACH FURNISIIIN'G HER OWN.: January 3d. 1932. .i.Sv.DR. as prepared by the late Dr. COSWAY,) l lay

.i t't :, times(-: and 110Ie the of extreme which) \t low jlJe sold according to the T\\ ill!! purchase 400 bales Bed, bedding and towels. . . . $125, 1::. D. PEIUiI0.6)(: )
price of cotton cotton. As it islbr For DRCGGIST.
etc.f the day schollars, such as stdy JOHWM'LEMORE.
.St.; Northern Reading
11 i Marks, December !13th_ J Ii3J.: J 7tf will be market, sqr. Bales and the best quality! Penmanship, &c., . . . . ., . .5 00) Tallahassee, i\priI28. 1SSI.J n3Ctf-.
: I Just prefered. lie has erected a large and coiivenient Per quarter for English Grammar, 1-- ESPECTFULLYiniorms the ci- ,. \: Observe thai none' ire enoine xvithont thewrlt-_

1. :' j Received do ware-house at Magnolia, and is prepared- &1. . . . . . . .Geography. . . .,8 00) )tizcns of Tallahassee, audits, \icini!y, that he ten signature; T UDDER, on thc oatide1aru1te

: PER schooner MILO, from Baltimore to all kinds of Storage and Commission bii French and Embroidery . . . . i 10 00 h.-.siocattd himself in thistily. wrapper. .
bushels of CORN, () and for sale, ness-will make advances in cash ii' required s-of January 2 llh 1S32. 23-lw N. 15. He may be t'nitd al his cfHcc in Town, or itilarge: discount to those who buy. to sell ;agI--

100 llbls S. fine three fourths its value on Cotton at his residence a few hundred yards distant I
Howard Street on the DOC'fOR'SVJLLIS RiDOEJPIL "
FLOUR deposited
with .
,15 do MACKEREL him h for shipment. He will ] "ARSIlAL'S Sl\I E.- Quincy rood. lS3tu. I I1.T
ship to
IF : NC ,V- Itavin associated l litiiseIvcs in weprH.tuc
Vork :
40 do Baltimore
hER lUNGS --of a writ of Fieri I .
Charleston Facias :
(SusnuchannAi 'i or New-Orleans to mc delivered I shall 9 1 1l'rnccs
J Y JU t n '''lli1\.1'& ALT' h Magnolia January 17th 1832.! I eXIJlIse tosale 011- .."._ t"inl"....- ,..,..,',, .in. 1.u __,. ___, O'fICE.-'fhe partnership licrctofisre ;- l 01 MEDICINE, utIc their Irot lOn
1000 Llis :". the .J HhHl:1l IICXI, In 1.. ; to the chzens of Tallahassee and its "
BACON -- town of
I HAMSuperior! ( ,) FRESH DRUGS duincy, all the right, title, claim, and in ; existing between the subscribers, dis- I
was Their
1 Any persons wishing to pun-hase the MEDICINES. te rest of Adam Hunter I ; in and to the S poUed this day by mutual cinity. ollice is the former banking roo l
have following
t corn, can tracts consent all
received indcbtd
credit until the a large and of land persons I Jnnuarv3ill33J. :
first Viz
J ofjanuary Ly tiviI1a )bund with} seo f fresh and complete assortment :-lot No. 3, section 17, township 1, N of to them for irafessimal services, are requested to I 20t-
drugs It
I, curity. TIA1OTH Y .M''C ART Y. II wholesale medicines which will be sold, 2, W lot No 1, section 13, township 1, N of R 2, W't make an immediate iettlcmet of the same. LLT'sDVDVEUOESFOR -S4LE.I .
August 17th) 1831WILL or retail, low for lo No. 6, section 7
5211'i cash by township I, n. 2, N &. W, also, the JOSEPH M. WHITE. FIE farm on which Alexander .Ad:1ir dCC3J, at
JOSEPH LADD improvements thereon, now occupied by the said BENJAMIN I
ft COTTOND Magnolia, January DnggU. ter, to satisfy an execution which Hun Tallahassee F.COOPER. formerly lived, consisting of about 5i U c tIes Joe
i 1632.! 22tf covered in I Gadsdcn superiorcourt.George New hall re- B. F. COOPER, December 6lh 1!3l. IGif I mile: wes tit Tallahassee: well improved, and se'f
county Sale! will
REGULAR PACKET i the hours prescribed by law. within office lately to practice at the l likely young1 nc,ics, arc clTcrt-J f'i' aJt..
1 oonipifd by "White and Cooper. I A short cicdil will be t'ixenor i.c.otior.atthe > '
T. E. RANDOLPH i: tt-s
,1! TO NEW-YORK. Marshal. I Bank of Florida i
Wl.r:of February 1832. 26tds.CiilMlSIONEIt'S SELLING OFF LOW FOR CASH AND received in Pv> 1 tntFi ,
'v The good I sailing schooner Daniel Web. PRODUCE. I L. A. 'IhoinpM.n: E ( or J. Monroe r.see. .t" Tnll has-

": 3: (. S ELmut1tu s will,run Captain between LEWIS this, and place Delta and New-York Captain HOYT, the, TOTICE Tallahassee, Feb.OF 14th* ICE J::32., J) KEIlll & STURGES, desirous to I I January. 3l>t 1S3FARSIIAL'S E.:-*."h V. ADAIR, A :: :inistr.\I1-2

I" present season. l.I 1 hereby given to all persons .It change their present line of business, will tell]F I ---
by wholesale
PUReIMSE Freight or indebted for the or retail, their
secured by applica- purchase of lotts in the cit" present good S.ALE.-lly virtue
onsisting of
tion to 1lessrsVilliams of t Tallahassee, and addition the a general assortment suited the
to to '
& consumption 51U'
Harriman same that
unless I
New-York *-eT writ of Fieri Facias delivered,
I jho of a to me
amounts due be the-country Viz
or to Joseph Ladd paid into this office :- C
at Magnolia. the first day of March on or before Groceries, and liquors, expose to s-ale: on th1IrFdav! lne 1st Jay cf j1archinttown .

I I -n ALES of Prime Cotton N. B. January 12th 1832. The schooner tue of an act of the legislative next, the commissioner by vir- domestic, Hardware &r., Liverpool Dry-Goods and, Foreign and I of Quincy, Gail. ,'cu County, all the right, UtI't';
Delta council
Bale square is expected here in fifteen will be compelled hats and shoes crockery-ware I claim arid interest of William Smith, to two nlevied
days. to the ;
will be picferrcd, it must he delivered January 17th l same in the hands of the District saddlery,castings &c. TOi ether with the sa tJ 1
in 1832. to
general on as of the said Srailh
Attorney for assortment of property
good Bagging and order, or a deduction will be 22tf collection. T. n.. BETTON pro\isions. ,3tf execution SaIewlthmthc
expect an in fiL\'orof Ira ,}hurn.
ed. They have extensive houses fur Commissioner of the city of Tallahas ,
storing Cotton 'f'. hours law.
I prescribed by
their charge is 25 cents Bale for the STORE AGE. February 14th 1832. LAST NOTICE.-All persons in iu
w ebt- a1
: per. season, and 561 f any ay T. E. RANDOLPH, marsh ,

if made.they become will the purchasers of it, no charge will be TN addition to his old ware-house NOTICE.Six to estate call on of the the late Williasfi N. Ritchie, are I By A. A. FIShER, d. m. .
make thecSntSCoIehasccentI subscriber
:t They advances on cotton stored with weeks after date application will be and make (at Mr. Rcaves( I Itquestcd February 7tli lsZ2. 2h: $
them, 'fouhJpmenteither} New-Orleans >erected a spacious build- Jonathan made payment without delay, as no further indul
New-York by)
ing by feet for to the gence can be i
harlesto or Boston. receiving cotton and goods. presiding justice for given, those who disrecxiard this notice
\ 1 !ipl December SOth 1831 TIMOTHY M'CARTY the County of Gadsden for letters of Administration may expect to and their ar 18tf St.! hands proper I ,
'.... Marks December! 27th 1831, i9tf on the estate of John Lines, dec'd. late Of fur collecticn. LEWIS RAMSBUKGIJ, 4 Public cn'.er-ainmfnt by

,'. said County January 17th 1832, 2wISi ] Februar Agent ivr Uie crccu'.c: I. 1 1I THOMAS J. HOLMEt .
I 14th i2. '
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Tho :Militia law ronduded from our last. and when incurred, and! the names of the !ppr.-on4- rtuam-t who 3 Ko. 23. An ACT .

"' .r, If. He it l further, : enacted, Time where any vacancy hey are assessed:; ; and hall r iive! bJidith I siifticient security, hlu.. : ti al.brig. l;enCrV concerning soldiers and h ur.tl.l..

.. .I.'l.t 1 ah! p1.1.e ill C.ItiiI'} : : ;:, 1st, 2d or LlCutenants coril- o theircaptains' that they \M ill|| laiihlisllj; : l pay overall line collected pd t a Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council ::84-', '

,_'IO \...' tw! ( 'olnl1'l, Lieut.oloncl, or major, shall appoint inIC by thm, to the I pay master of thcii rcpimciit, taking> duplicate SiCi e: .._._ C I AssistaiLtd- Territory of Florida, That no person within this Territorvctfsell
oo. ,.1..11Il' toe thercatter, tWO tit and proper person, withint receipt therefor, one of Inch:; rev. i i'It; he hall transmitto rs: N jutant Gen.lingade any drink or intoxicating liquors to any soldier, scarYral
r:1-I1. t1t said cI'ctwn, S\ho :shall hold the Colonel of his i/ ('S o 1 marine in the service
... .1 CdWllau\) ", to manage ivgin.cnt:; und hi hereby bound l urxlcr t In- of the United States, without perm of 1
'' i mu.-ter groniid,1i om 11 A. 't. until :J P. M.T"7uin. the same of the in writing from his their
iMtal :
'It| till : } penalty Adjutant t. nk: : <; collectioiis! : and! is to ... 1 spector. or respective commanding office .-
;! !: .... ."ixtn. ten flay. : notice t at two of the! most public collect in the same manner, :and.hill. : icccivc: for hi: > services= v ,+ ::: !.;riga e quarter der penalty of not less than five, nor more than twenty fivlh

'V &: ,:wl; ('Cltlllwy: and on the same evening:: the managersU'7on'it the same con.pcnsution:; n6 is alloucd to the Adjutants of rai- c s. -'s. g I I Master.aiii Jars, to be paid for the use of tho Territory. ob-!

: .' over the votes, and 1 declare the person elected in alieu ments.SEC.: p ("'>, :::... Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, 'That ".

...,.-,' .1te (! : tell! to the officer ordering the satire: who shall 28. De it further enactedThat r the l py; na-tcr: of each :-::::.. ;:::::::.. h! iiie.S:: I AiU.se persons within this Territory, shall purchase barter or excf U ;

'v'5', 'j I n (MMtifu-r.te! inmiinn: \ tile pei>(.:1 ck-cU-d 1 I to the I Kxccu'ii' regiment shall give bond! and! P>ccuwy\ to to the i( OK.n'/l, or commanding o c- ti; :;. -camp.- for any arms, ammunition or clothing in the possession Jras '

"r.\.1., ) hall\ l i :;nc. a. commission t thereon 1 ; and that t all offitl : : oliiccr in such sum: as he may: u-i-n. :-uiucient, to 1 pav -ti-:. .1.. IO -'. 1)11)u.\ r., soldier, seamen or marine in the service of the United Sao.e.

>H: \ vin I Ciiilllu-Jolt, or that may be 1 I hoivafler': : commissiont ) l I over to the field officer? of said rej.mvnt all ih.- n.oni-; he may C :.:::-. -.. ; .i' IH. t fJl J, such person or persons so offending, shall lorfeil i an-l pay th -

"l'r: ball 1i,111 th .; laIlJl.: :good. heha\1Ut1, HIIII hall not he : collect, when a majority: thcieof, s-hal1 ,ll"a written ('fUlr' c. ::::-- -- -,13rtjurb );-..:. ,.[ of twenty dollars : and the several penalties imposed by thf|

"ti'. '.ittL'd tu icsign; in less than two years, unless! they remove 'I i j therefor, signed: officially. rc.-ei\ng:: lo l min ?eU'fiiv t 1 per cent for .0....::: ;S:::: -\-=-----1 j' shall he and the same are hereby decaied!: to He rccovcrabt.

:C;11. th Ile_imcMil. or Company district. I i\cvllecting/! and paying! Dill; and it"lid; I.L the(; \ I! action of debt, bdl; plaint or on information before any Jud*
.l'-n.' 13.: Be It further enac-tcd. That v.-luin any person thus j I ma>ter to report piarteily to the ( oic.:, ,tr.1: ittuldi to a !form (CJ. 0 -I c I \ \i l-tcrs.: i I jJustice i in the Territory, having jurisdiction of tho same

,s, 't'l., ,irl{J hI> llulll, 't'It'rtioms: in Comp.my di>trict-: shall: refuse i I fmii-hed: the amount ol monies on hand: tin.ler .t penalty' of not ..... --- .:- -' I 1.".1. .'\,:\-Ilrs.: I|i i hait"to the use of the informer, and t the other half or whfnE1'ris '

"':';'!;"ai\\Undo l !on', he or they :so oilending: .:hall be lined iu a sum 'I more livin twenty dollars; for each oiience, toLe us.-e,-ed by a ;1::: Cr. I ::,-;,.:. '- i i! no informer, the whole penalty for the use of the Tenitoi
dollar.nt the discretion of the officer court martial. o --- Passed Feb. 1, 1832.
U \('ttd ih':.! tat cute\ or- \ r'ou.-mate I jwis.
::' r "oJiJ election, and said fm' shall: be collected: by the 1)101)4u Sr.c. 2S> licit further enacted, That ail rnonit-s paid into :;::: -V I f. APPROVED Feb. 4, 18.Xo. ;
I :
** ail
n ill- fur
: *- .4. Iww N.... .+ al'l I
the hands of pay masters, shall reiuain there as a military: HUM ""':. I
:'r <11i'tr.:: 1(3. He it further cnactivt: That there shall he rompa- tor the various regiments: : until a majority of the heJclulJ\t.r: :; 01 J o.. r a --. c n i,'utt u..a.... I 2 J. ANT: ACT to provide for me: collection of Judgments ngr lronCb'1'oes
t'.r. ::: and other
tertit. ] each regiment: : il agree to dispose of t the Dante for the I pupo.-e: 1 --- '" ;1"" persons, therein named. said

:!: on the 3,1 Saturday: in Juf; ill every ) ear. purchasing: colors, drums, liies and other military accoinieiiieuts .... c. .ul'pur.tl' Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative an
S t ; Council
'c" 17. Be it further cnacteu, That it hall be lawful fin f for tin: regiment; distributing the same as equally as JU? ;; CO JS"OS irtlnu'rs.: Territory of Horida:! That when any person shall have oho h
call the militia; into public iscrvic:; whenever taco may require amongst; the companies- I'
to ::: judgment
!Lf' :; :: :: againt any free negro or free mulatto Indians ef: ith
: iav: dci:m it ivqui-itc for the public safety ; and it shall: als<. J>EC. 30. l>e it turther enacted, That all the officers not 1 --. 's I IlerI :--. ed, residing within the limits of this Territory, it shall be abe
l: GCIWI"'..! Colonels Lieut. Colonels.vl peciallv mentioned in:! this act -hall their duties I I
httYul1: ,+ t f..r lu'' 'gailieri' 1 : pcrlonn icpec.isely 1 rI\'atc ;j, tir any justice-of peace, or for the clerk of court res

vl and Capt.iius' to order Bri;,:...de, Uegimental, Battallioi;; agreeable to cu>tom in military bodies, or ugreeu:. :e to I -....- oq.. ,, '.)tvOrd4.o. j cord in which such; judgment may be obtained, any to issue a Uhcapias -
i\, lanviiius-tcrs: ; ;:, whenever 'hey. deem it beneficial to tilt the. regulations of the army of the United States.:; I ad /
:.!jlj ( i-t; b : ::::.a itot:,. ,\ sahsjacicmlum! against the defendant or den
,;, \ .... Sec. ;'tl. l He it further enacted: Thut till bus and p.rb 1'1 .'- C':) \_. -_ to said judgment, for the condemnation money in said) judtof

i'v.. !1.*. Be it further enact cr i, That should any ofdi'e: ;:1\'S heretofore passed:; for the go\ eminent of the IMHU.I aitVued I Ilcrehy o. -IJi .poutUII adjudged, together with all costs thereon taxed. J
,','umat': :i..c!\:: snv H.? ia: l!, llc:;iment, Dattallion or company. : 11H."I..d. ...... -.. 1!titlCS.: I :Sec.; 2. be it turther enacted, That it shall be lawful 1 fo

lad: I.I-IT!"l! '" t'' <'al ry into effect the provision? of this act, ill : Feb. 1 1832. :: .k..... :-r.. C1 ti,:. I -.,lu-kd- ; tue of any execution: : issued aforesaid, for the officer exesol

.11!(.1'li( ,,,.?,.,. tlf i the death, io l'i i T nalion, ahsenco or incapacity t ti to> \ppRovnn Feb. 41s._ \1 I1-.....' _;..d;..;:.. ;_::, .. i,. the said execution, and such officer is hereby required, tc Eli
II". S'I. 1\1I!! Ih'' tt'ti) officer in commission' :;: in :said i>riu.d!.',, I I. ,.tiaust ; p ::; upon, seize and take the body of each defendant, against her

'P. ..f,i-t.:: thH'\llC'I1: or Company: !shall! act in their stead], mId,I'I t "- ,-- '... .......... I, lJCIt,. : such execution may have issued,& .uch defendant sotakeiJlj, .
t ..... 1.1ttateir.ta!; .. ;
,II'i t iV\ -h''I:' ;'! MU> f.J or neglect; to art, the next ofiicer.s brad f '-. -; ... t\' ", jrs : ut'" '.1 I ly to keep until said execution Ls discharged and satisfied. \ >%
O ,'tut'- -
,, ..1 i .II nit.s ..\rtti\ ::et. .;:;:0. w 'r"''"',J'" ......-. I I. 1(1..l' I Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That if any defendantBrowtJf';

:: ,,,lfi. .fit, 1 timthcrcntctedi'hat! : trhenanylti r adc? muster :s hali ..;... r. I t.I hurtl,. \ -- ..... -: I Ir 1--------: : \ .edition, taken as aforesaid, shall not pay and discharge tht vitbin

',! ,i-fii! 'ii under<< the! 17th section of this: act, it :;;lltll: hcthodutyof: .:::: I tJnljJlI1Lr: .<..:..c i. '. \\ the the term of five days from and after the time o' '
.. : .
\, ulViIT 4irdrin:; th" s'im". to give thirty divs l notice. That '-;:1 'I ;j-. :.*..:.-._/-_"" .. :.... : o: :;'riiuinslie. : rug upon! him, her or them of any such xecution as afoJ832

'::i,t'-iiIMV! il''.,inrutal' mn-ter: hall he ordered under said: l 1 act, c't -- \ s; :-:. :::;. I ,iilli I it hall and may be- lawful for any officer xecuting and l I'"- 8.1833

:!,,' 'd:! ;i-r
ui) ,a nuv m! liattallion.; mu-t tI.r h'i'i'! be ordered, il :hall be the duty :-.;. f '1 1\\__oru.1 _. ::::. "'": -::: -- I U: U II,,.. ant or defendants, to any person who will pay and dist

(rtiio <.liiccr' oiderins the am,, to Live ten days= noiire; thai ,I-puntoous. \ -----.' ti n: \ \ such execution, with the costs accrued and accruing, for :
C c
v.hoii any company' : mu-:tei shall he ordf-red: it shall I be the duty -- I i'-ntHl' -- services for the shortest space ef time ; which said adv. 0 U '

oi'tluolliccr! ordering the same to give live} days! notice, except! I ::::-- -- I '--:; I C"tJur: merit shall be by posting at two or more public places ion n

the regular du' of mister) pointed out by this act: Providedi \i ...t1 1 whet.;. \ I' county where such judgment :shall be rendered. ;av

':1es!!, That HIIV r of those: oilieers may: order out the militia .t j :,:::-- I iI I ..t) onct:5. ti I tiec.) 4. Be it further enacted, That such sale shall n.lIDO':

uHl'r: thir coimnsuid at a mi.iulesvariiing, in cases: ol'inva&ionor : ..... I ,,gilts. I ...... ..... I place before the same shall have been advertised ten da1er'
insurrection.Src.: 1 Cil"K o. ; I lollJllll.I ; i haH be by public auction, at the time and place design,>e
Cartri ci ; I
: ( W. \\Q\\ furthei enacted, Tint} it shall he the duty! of!] I gcLox I S -- L.."ut Colonel! i suchadvertisement.S' :; .:onsl f
:::; .... _
Ui(- (luxcrnur to re.-t the Brigadier Generals for( neglect of} \0.: : 1. -:--- "c. 5. He it further enacted Tnat any negro or rc ., '

tht-u'; !diiii":; :. as; J ported; out in this: act, and to detail a court i :-::::: z...;... tartridn'I\ v"... :-:::.. '.:::: ,.ii. ;a.I ur. l sold as aforesaid: hall tor the time for which he, she oth.cl" of 0-' K\\

1.Jlfltall'll": their trial. t.-. .... \ :" I I f:: I _I..idjiitant.Quarter: lie sold, taken and held as a slave or slaves and in all re ,i'weea

Su. 21. li(' it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of I ---I h. '.. I ( 3iassj liable to the same penalties and treatment and bound to P
l :: the
11 u tt ( I1 I .
fu-'h:! !liri;!:adier: Jeneral: to :see that: each of his regiments, arc. ---'J- "r"':. ..-. --1 I _... r'-.,. .- .. :r. any service which hisher or their owners may require ro

r"IHi.,1: ; ,It';I:rt-eahly: this. act and l to s':e that the proper ( ur-I C-. 1 I to IUttJ. : t' -\ tI N.-,." -(: '-p;;; l'a\IIa. ter.p. same:; manner as slaves are bound. of

rt; ...t t. tho! :.1 i r turns i in t tt.t due l+ time to the Adjutant) (Jencral\ I, through I 1 1 I. --= I r. JC.,.' -;: -. Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That if any free ne tel. t'
.. : ,
:,.... .i' j.<..-' ,',u.1 !HI.t i n.iix'oa.ly! to 1 form, and to arrest such field r-.- ..:: I ..ai! :,. \ '-:)tl1tCutl.o mulatto, sold for a term of time as aforesaid, shall runaws,

.,, : i'".' .ic.: \letl, and to detail a court martial forthwith f for :--:; :::: .1' .IItiL I' h..,. ', :.:. -_ \.:;urHeon's his, her or their owner or owners, nigh ppr..on nf colo .
'.'.:"r Ui.ll.I.i. :-r. I- -. : ""late.I summary complaint before any justice of the peace, sh: '

> .c.: :?': lie: i it fdjlacr enacted: Tint it shall he the duty of -------1 f'" I t ,1ptaiu- ;. may be condemned to serve double the time for which 1 5,18 r'

a L, "CdiMj'of! cadi regiment to sec that every company is duly! ::2"' I 1--.. : c.I :;::.. :.irnteu< Itt;,. or they, shall have runaway ; which summary complaint the J

iji./--d, : l, mI'} fnt! the Captain: : and Adjutants+ : make:: this return 1 1I. oo I ... g made, and condemnation for more service awarded by a

i., ,t.. ii tit- :rcc-tblc:: to form t tthe; proper) oftlcer; and to art I ,,::::' t'_. -l'r I""la'\t.; tice of the peace, as often and as long, as said: free negro. ten W;

I u -u-h m i.f.Jct-r. fur ne;:le t I. multo detail it court martial forth- ;= 1 1 r I t urraf- l latto so :sold:: shall continue to runaway.Sec. .

unii! for their trril. And 1 it hall; bo the duty of each Captain to Nn -. I IIlIllIer" 7. And be it further enacted, That this act si ', :
;;::- this
MT that: hs: <'on.p my i.s duly (organised: and to arrest :such ofli- I ..... ci I'; II in force, from and alter its passage. 1 f
... "": 1
.... Passed Jan. 28 1S32.:
.' '! liull their f ,
q. ; :: 1)2iyate.! n ; nrgloct duty, and detail a court P";;' t ... 'xJtOth t
I "'- I ... r., ttes."e APPROVED Feb. eo:
r.iit..ifujtheir I I I : ttial.sc. h 4,1 ;
l i I ....
i 1- I. smtortLegi
.- :!3. He : fujlhwuucteil: ; Thatit Mialibp} the duly of the V-. ...... I .-t ds.
\-ij-itdut of each "r-pijiientto: }keep hook in which the names: of .'.... I ". I I t'etoms. -
I tbeiXo.
:tl't! .5jiUii!t : :> and Liv.-nienant: > .-hall be ro_"i tered l for each com- t I :.:::: -: *:; I p"lItooU--. r ; !l

: the eldest l Huill bo UIMUII A. the -- ...... 25. An laay company :ti company I If'"oo. _N-. ACT to organise a county to lie called Columbia- ancf ,
vuiiiia-s company ,s. au.l he -!iall make! his return in due times.iviible I ; !.d .-....-. I 1--! other purpfe entered!
: l to lurm. anJ welt fail make their 1 .. .s ". .I Lt t",. '
report .v captains: as: to :: t"
t -' ...... lJ. ...... -. Sec. 1Be *
uuiraii: uuc timo.Su .... :... (l1"f.t .:-. it enacted by the Governor and Legislative?! her
\ .5. : 1 c... o..... cil of the of Florida That the district of P'.
.. Territory
2 1. lie it irther: enacted. That: the returns of strength .-.. fca : 1 -- t ,t '". ,
::: ; l tnmof'
alt d! t-
j'v-' .'inch ncabe:! '. form t in live ayafter: the company nlll a .-.... I ,."- -p.-.. It ill traLl" l' 'raucis', ,f
-. .. .- .lc ,IX"". west to the Suawannee river thence said river to th )
-> r m tit; -2 od .iallll.l; .; in July in everyear; and they shall -\ ; up
ii.m: .mil tut-in; to the adjutant forthwithvio! shall within ten cI, 09CO I .. '' t. 'll y.,.>,.', gia line; thence along said line to the St. :Marys river
..... ": --- down said riv.r to the mouth of reek thence sa*.9.i
lot'o: aii: <'r tin- iveeijit, of t the :sammake! his return agreeably to l :::- ; .nts.y : up .rili) e'
trinturf) l I'jiilwnh iraii-'init: it to the Assistant: Adjutant Jcncr- -s I ,' crhurUi. to its head: where the same i intersected by the westcj0

d!, who shall whlnn ten days after the receipt thereof, make his ,- 11 f _9 .:...- JN I II'II't:::: J-.. \ :: dary line of Duval county; thence south along said lit
i.turu a.rccahl"! 1 to form and transmit it I (Jcn.iar 5. : s N point where the same intersects the road from PicoIaUsentyofwaiinco
; ; to the Urigaciiei 91 1 ; \
.. <: I. .1 :-1 ; .... (, i'IInd3 po\\- thence westwardlv; along said road the poll J'
( '} if he ,:l,all: approve the same ,hall l countersign it, amidt.mha r S- -- :::.. I ,,; 1.1.. t
i 1- -
r; rt .. "E r ginning, shall constitute to be called Columbia,ounqt
? a
.1 I :::: ... county
; n.oujyt.anmit: : ; it to the Adjutant General, who :shall :;: I :J :: :_ ,
(,. j :J .:.. l'1-1 :t r: : i I_ -? :: !"':I / ..<. ..'I'',.,:. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the Govern' boua
t Lrf.rc I. 'I ":
"r the 1 Oth of ''
October .
the ;: .
: ; d-.y amalgamate; Brigade ., ..... :: -_" c' .-.
::: ::: : .-. : p. -- Territory be, and he i is hereby empowered, for the pivhera: : ;
J-t'T.!, ;r.-rr:;: ::\lilt. t-j form furni-lied} and transmit it to the .A ju- I J :" :: g',1 .... y L, KnapsackXo. : -.. .
: II \ ; c ::: ... J ::::.
= : : establtsheirida ai
; : and administration of in the
t hilt: (;ie-; !ral of the C. States.tc. r-i: I e .. .. I :_. ; =_- _g _. r.r.. :-=- '":: -. justice county
:; ::. .i. _-/.-. ::: :r-. I ; ;: :.. I _r ":: .. ... o-_. .' (.JIj.... :-.:..:. 'IIIIi10 ; act, to appoint such: ollicers as he is, or may be authorise said
3. lie : J
: it further : :: :
: enacted, Th'it if Brigadier Gen- ; :: -' :::: :: ; :;; :; :
:: I .
t r ti!, hall refu-c or neglect, to execute any of any the duties assinn4 ,r:. :=.:. ;...;.;. I rr" "-. I :: :.: t I "2i:: =,,=- I :::: ............. ":':"; :- CO ,"::-:-: -: 'tars. point in the other counties of this Territory. Cd 0
... (': :.. "_ ,1. P- Sec. Be it That tae inhabitanlncounty
... "1 3. further enacted.
:.:. _. :3 iturs.
4 loJ him in this act, he -hallbc lined in :-:'; :: ::! .-..' -, :: I :: :;:' .... : ;::. I t _
: a sum not exceeding ::'..-. ..-... (_': = -: I :.. .. o 'th
fu, S -. ..: r- '":... I"; -:: : :: -... ..,- be, and they are hereby authorised to elect suc
!iudrc-d: dollars or be cashiered: at the discretion; of court :: -_ ,_., ... _:: ::... -: '
a :.-. --: r-,. =. ;; :: I (':- I ..... __' 7_ -._.: :r-.:.. I I IvR' civil and military, in such mauier as is, or may be, dhj&Iij
i5iUia : if Colonel 1 ::
all Colonel well of ,
any or Major, as 1 -..- -,. .-.. ::.: 0:: TerriUfcou .
00 ,
::) '. ) law to be elected in the several counties of this
tat\ "t-ili'as of the iiiie, -li.ill refuse to into died of :::- 1 ::. -- -- '- -...,
; : carry any ;:;. ;:J-: -"' fJ''I'I tf II :: or" ; -._ :- =--..".. the ollicers thus appointed or elected, shall hold their o})
i"o J.U.PS; ;4s..iucd l, to him, he shall) be lined in a sum not ex- := .:; .: :"" ; I V. '_ ;::. :;. )
;: ;;'- I = = the exercise the-same incur the skvern .
: ;: same period,
::: f. ... 1.- :: t powers ;
c< : Lii three liundred dollars be oashien.'d the discretion ,-. ,::. ;: 1 II :; :-
or at :; -. .. .. _;
<'la C .-... -=. I.. ;,.;.. 1 I.I :... ="- :. : 1)l 1.': :CT to JiKtml an act entitled! an act to raise revcn- allies and responsibilities, and be entitled tq receive <*the f .
( -irt ninuiul.: : And if any Captain, Lieutenant or rcgintcnI.1 i :. ; I ;=- I. -:: I I"-; '"'1 =--_--:, I -.->oJ r.t.- il:)r the Territory of Florida. I compensation: os is, or may be, by law provided for oblishe< .
Muiiojijci t; 'r, shall loi'use neglect! to execute of the'diii'.s .:;; \ I
: : or any :: -J. j I! : J the same station in the several counties of this Territo} auth
( u>:si ned to him, he shall! pay) a tine not exceeding one on 1ilUi 1il 1\ 1.- .:... I .-. :,:.:. I. :.'J.:;.-..-. ;- _.- flc ir *--n.U i ilto 1 Governor and Legislative Council of theTn. I I Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That it shall be tIi}

uJiure! '"Jitiuh i "1 :: s =. '
: and if any lIon-e( I1)1ni) ioiKd officer refuse or neglect I' -? Ja:: 'I l =. t 11 ,.'f. f i bj asse.-'id; and collected, an annual virtue of this act, to hold two terms of his court in ctsuc
i v vrtunu i the duties him 'in this he shall r- I I ........__ 7..U each and Billiard Table, set I I ;
fine assigned : act, pay a I I ,I ---1'' 1 ',-. t / tniai! !; > upon every to commence at the house of John \\ Kc be di
:;; every year
of not more, than twenty dollars the discretion of a court -I ;=I I 1-\ mii.i .1 i fur ptnn! : It!!'>r'i! in this Territory. I I! Alligator, on the first Monday in April, and on the firstjiis Te|

partial; and if any private shall refuse or neglect to perform the 5: 1 = => c- a \ I.,. ( :, ;: ;'ii.i! i 1,0 it ail .h jr enacted, That so much of the act in October, until the permanent scat of justice be -:elecill] hol
pointed out by law, he shall pay for every such offence a g -r.-o c r I ViO I I ritfii '". an net to ri'l; n :a II \'i'mue for the Territory of Florida, Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That it shall be; thjwers 1 ....

hat um not exceeding ten dollars at the discretion of a court mare \I 1 c I = 1 I'' t-t 1-15; 3 1 .- pa-.. ..uh Kov. Ih8.? as: is i repugnant to or inconsistent. with tho said presiding justice, at the first term of his court,! itled t

;-- II' ;: tii-. f'r; vi*!;:: section, tie r11Hlthe same is hereby repealed.ti justices of said:; con ty being present and concurtng thiw prc
SEC. 26. Beit further enacted, That the Adjutants of each N 3 \\1 -- \ (-; \\I Kiascd, aMIary 31st I IS--2. three commissioners, inhabitants of said coqjtiesofjfrom
reg nent shall r 00 11-1 1k. 4th, 183.'.. t
collect all fines assessed in regimental court'smartial l APPKOVED, February frond
'I .s c., I 1f Io Io Io : the northern, one from the southern, and one :;
: on an order irons the President: of such courts, containa ;' '\ c: I \ .... 1\-\ E:;- : die, whose duty it shall be to select the most eligible)1) beth,

When a particular I account of the amount of all fines, how and 0... -,--1 ; venient situation for the county seat of said: county. J by yirt!

incurred, and the names of the persons against whom thesame ;. I I I =- -, ,,---- Sec. G. lie it further enacted, That when the sa'*i everj{

to are assessed; and shall give bond with sufficient security ::: I ;:;; ,, a eat shall have been establi hcd according to the pro March

he Colonels, that they will faithfully pay over all fines collected :-; ,:;:. n< ...;. .. i Vo. 22. An ACT to amend an act establishing a ferry over the Smvan- this act, it shall be the duty of said presiding justice tfect d. '

tak by them, to the pay master of their respective regiments, \ -tn- _::: -: I I nee rive:. court at the place so established, and the clerk of said ql),l>e

ing their duplicate receipts therelor, one of which receipts s.. ".; \ ; 0 f and Legislative Council of the keep I his office thcic. .tn1.It-- "
autu-l: l l transmit to the Brigadier General, and the adjutant is OlI r; I 01., x. c; :;- Be it enacted Florida by the That Governor much of the -act to establish a Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That if the said co< ere' a-

dollar.sed and hereby required, under the penalty of twenty I 8 :: \ \ 1"': Territory of so approved December twenty crs-, or a majority of them, should not agree with regf ty,'f.O. ,.
?' can named in said warrant, or in 1)r: ..... rn :.. ferry over the river Suwanuee, then and ,
a schedu] every delinquent -:: --- fn 'oJ I !: :: : thousand oi-ht hundred and twenty four, as subjectsthe most eligible situation;i l for the county seat, injouBiy ..".. .
'* or list to the warrant annexed, and to demand payment a. \ r7! ? ::: it, ,:: ighth, one be established by the the subject of disagreement shall be referred to the coqj L

fir saidt ne or *fines and on refusal to make paymentor for the O n .-n.... .-_. ". :" ;r (; said ferry; to such regulations as may Council of decision shall be final. -*B 'thewhose ,

? fine on demand thereof, the adjutant having the afore 7;rtI I .y c., ;;.. 1.-.' .,, \ .R county court of Alachua county and the Legislative. Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, That the counties the .
*aid ., "E.. :' be and the same is hereby repealed.Sec. ba
Warrant, s't and Co ::_ '? ""., tills Territory, old
sh all 111 proceed to collect said fine or fines, .> r I '" enacted That from and after the and Columbia shall compose the eighth election distri .
e 0 t=c t 2. And be it further ,
entitled to suth costs Sheriffs on ex- n_. -,- ; Sec. 9- Be it further enacted That the of tda 1
Ccut'i lOllS! as are rcccivedhy ... -:; J of this act the said ferry referred to {n the first sectionpassage place } 1" 1 \"' ,...
.... |bcsido ten cent tho collected '--' I -I I Courts for this district shall be J ,=
St' per on amount be established Superior as hcretofc
0 ': r
27. ... -. I = j of this act, shall be subject to such regulations as may .
IJe it further enacted That the SerJFn is .. "I .. nansvillc Columbia; Alachua !
fo each i I Orderly : ::: ,-.' b.. 1 the court of Alachua county. county, (foimerly ,) and p,
by county '
COnP,1I1Y? shaH collect all fines assessed in company 7c 7- :--- and petit jurors shall be summon'II :. i
ourt. ::> .
!" martial tfl I c Passed: February 1 1S32. .' ani
c .. on an order from the President of such courts. n 'I Feb: 1 O .vill utumbla

.t nmg a particular 1 account of tho amount of all fines, how 13 Ii APPROVED as nerctolorc, until otherwise established; by l I
'I .
I .I! 5'r _,.' _, ___e._ :'I I Bounties

4. t .

-. '-.. ., "" '
1' 'r > t
.. ,.,M'I'-.. v N(

II'' .. heir cxccutlJrs, :1 mini5t:1tortJ, nnd assism
.. u. .... .'.\n... hi_; __ ; :!'
I tnJatGt c,( tit.: --c 1 :: :: ('. :1crJ1n UlC nl1mmiSlrtljun r : : "' .n and prile e of bridC7infJ O-J
; /\1" : ri.ht .
j \ Drowr.lJ Fulcl1cA l ul:. (" .4" ) and and hl1'-c the ; cat ISW ..
I I a Dc it l"uHiH, r cn C'tC'a, Thn[ aU m Uers :md things', :;0. An ACT ur the rt; cCii u I.1:1.S (-f 1at(; and the dutics of lncuhlrs, Adminitrators shall and makinft may aroad froUl" his S31.d b .d ge over tho sl w., nh "...._ b.cs .

l'r 11,1 maelc cngniahte bJ the connt}' court b the Superi trConrt G ui.U' i.ms.De inrY Iound from h.;?h I an d on th? Leon COunty Mid /
J' rfl'ttn ; \YH ERE.\S, A judgment hlth: been grnotcd ) and 10'" {!; e,
1 ', l ounth<\\1\ he and the same are hereh.r ,eferred to of law for the counh' 01" Leon, and cxecutiol1 iSSUE'da it coactcd bv die Go'"crnor and Legislative Council of the to the hicYh land on thc, Gad dcn. county".1 sIde of the Sa"ld" 0.ek.locknfc .

count ,ourt of ColumLi:1: county bJI surcties toa That where executor, administrator.i C' when t h c 'd b nuges, caus\\-aJs and
:!oi ;ahlc h) the ) ( ainst Thomas Brown and Federick ,' eedoll, as : Territory of Florida, Rny real n"cr ; nnc.1 3stantial

Jli..hl'd. hond or recognizancc for one Gcorge F. Chcw, charged i or guardian, shall ha\-c thc control or management of :.any road shall have becn made d completed !n a good and Jft

I I' Bt' it fm1her nacted, That it shan nm1 is hereby with a fclon : And whereas. it hath i, en made apparent to ctate, the propert) of an inf.'mt u.uler thc a c of twentyoneruro manner, for 1he coneOlcnceoftrncJhng and W311g0 nlOg. '

of tbe III court oft.i ) which relief ought aid real etatei in danger of heing dec&1)'t-d. orreatly F" h er.e k I.! h. executors, ad th''c
;It I)" of the l>re"ilin jllstire e 011 ) this Legi lati"e Council that it is a case in } \ hich :) then thc said c.corgc IS mlrn
1 ot)., at the fir t c sion of said court, which han be be grantedThercforc.. njurell, before the infimt owner can arri\-c at mature agc, trator or asslgn !'h a II an.may h a\-e t h. h.t and prh'iIcfrc 0 ()r \

; : three commissioner to Council orthe ,' he lawful for the :1.id executor. admini::trator, the slild road, and collectmft toll fior ..
:' p 8sagl" of thi: nct, to appoiut Be it cnacted h}' the Go\-crnor and Lcgislat it shal1 alHI ma forth erpclm'" toll "atcs on 0 pass. fif'c

t' 'rom the northern, oue fro.,. thc southern, nnd one i of Florida, 'fhat Thomas Hrlwn and Fedcric.kYee- or guar ian, to.file a bill before the Supcrior Court, scttin thc same : Pro\'ltlcd, 1he t?II s demanded and recen'ed at t b eof \
i-clect site for the :: Territory ed and 8et free of fence hcdges, ditche orchafI the said road. shaH not cxceed the ,,:
JJle. \\hose dut)' it hall be to a I don be, and they are hcreby di charged, relca the illjuf}' or d.cay buiIJil:5. shaH said "ales, for tra"cJlin atc3sen.
bill :
r ail'oUllh'\ the forcc, effcct and ohllgation of the said jl1d mcnt aud gro-cs, 01 shrubhery, a"'pprchcntlt' ; which aid toll allowcd hy law for cros ing the IJridge of the aid {: e .

1 ne it furtber euactcd. That the s.id commissioners from execution, as fully as if thcy hatl paid and discharged the sam.. be answcretl b}' 3 guardian ad littm, appointcd by the court bill ,and on I'I'I :; : .\nd pro\'idcd, the :,a d George. Fisher Se orb IS tic

tn thc saiJ pre itling justice, tlu-irdetermination at the and tnt' GO\-CIOOr is hereby :1Uthorised and empoweretl to isue motion for the purpo c ; and upon the hearing of sal heirs, executors, admmltrators:: or assIgns, shall at all t'.d ImesI '
i d of their ; an lc District of Fl rida, toIt with such c\.idence as be filed, if it :,ht 11 appear to :: J am I causeways an good and
'c months from tbe =1te appointment to the :\larshal of the :\li answer, may I keep the sal roa. b fI( ges Con'en.Itmt .
fail to report withil1 the time specified in this act, Ituty proces effect. I the court rca onahe! al1d juot.: to onlcr and dt.cree a :,a1c of such \ repaIr. tOr r trave II'IIlg am waggonmg puro es : Pro"ideI

of the aiJ prcsic.1ing justicr., at the second ECScourt. It that Passed Feb. 4, 1832.I real estate it : hal1 he. and hcrchy i (It--elared lawful to decree ncwrtheess.! Iht nOlhiog heri .containcd "holl be o consrueto t:1:

who shall sc- 7 1532. the i ion lwrcaftcr ('ontained.I I cltlzrns (Jf the adjommrr
to appoint another comu1 ssion. Arrnono Fcb. I such sale under proi prevent the puhltc, or COunt I S, 'thi

........ ...it... for the CUUl1tv scat of said connt)', I Sec. 2 He it further cnactel, That bcfore anv sale of real bridge acros.oI said ri\'r, at or ncar where
.u.....n.... f..r IU' !-\ ..- .-- --- I __ _,._'. ..ln from builing a free C tit
"" iQn11a11 consist of fi 'ha\'ing r'gan] to tbcpointmcut -- I estate, as afre aid :,hal1 take place, the court oruenng :;U\U ;:)<.L' to Bainbridgc crosses said ri\'cr.
r I ISo. thc puhlic roa :
1s 0
Stctlon ofI the UtI.iin :I. ra'chl: Tcnn of the Suol inteJli ent allfl di interested commisionl'rs. t -. ......" .,
} as pecified ill the foregoing 31. ACT tn rrm-illc ti1r :-.h:111 appoint thrcc or more Pas:5cd Ieb.I, l .
l ri.r Cuurt r..r the l ddle District ofFluriJ., in Ibmin! couutr I IBe I whose dllty it hall be to :lpprai.e: aid cstatc :00 pmyed Arrr.O\'JD Fcb. 8, 1832.

I ne it further cnactcd, ThJt the 1)1 cc scleeted h)' Counci1 of the'Tl'rritor to be : old. in'partiall)" and at it I lir valuation. under oath-
: and cn3ctetlln- the GO\-crnor and Legi.1ati\-c; into court and filed in t'1e 1
of saId county. it said \"alu lion hal1 hc rl'tllrne,1
hall he th futurceat of I which ::;
I f IS the lOner county court :-ohtl1 ) erp his ot1ice therc, and the )' of Flori a, That ithal1 Di..trict be the of chlty Florida of the, Ju to b01d ge aI papers of the causc. and tn ran e mh'crtioement: to be made ino11le ::\ll. .11. An ACT t() rqc.\1, au a'-t t.llmltd an a.t to pre. nt Duelhn.3cc. .. 1

.boll bold ils ses.i.m. 01 Ibal place. I! the Supcrior court for the "Iitldle atI new-paper. or by po: lin;!. a to aid court ma)' seem ncces Go\"ernor and L '\\
: Hamilton. the ( i5Iah\'c
0 it en3ctecl hy Coun.cil .
the f Be
I 5pcci:11: Term of.th. (' said Court in comity f reasonablc term (If time, 01 the time and place 1.
r a
TIc i fur'her cnactr That the clr 1 k of.the count)" th<' tI lIal pJae'c of holding ai court in :o: id COUll Y. un the thirJ ; alc.I .arJ' I of the Territor)' of Flori a. :rhat the ae, rntitled an act to
:\ o\'cmh 1829, and
21 t r
I IlI1
bchualmH tran fer to the dl'rl of C ulum11ia cnnnty, :\lollllaof :\IalS: 2. i Sec. 3. De It further enacted, That if an\' real e tate .so a prevent cluellin pa-ed: appro\ed )

: reccn ..; in his COUI t, bc1olt ill:! to ca.e: the altil's ;\ la tl Feb. 2, 1 3:? I afcrc.ai<1 dcererd 10 bc sold. ,hall be bid otToi an price .IS high I Ias. 21't XO\'ember. 189.: bc and the ame IS hercby rc.ealed.Passcd ot1

his re- .\rrROnD Feb. 7, 1532. I ed atiJresuid, Jan. 17, 1832.
JaU r.' : e iu th. cOllnt) of Culumhia, taking \ : or aho\ thc pri'e at which it ha: heen al'prai a: ApPROVED Feb. 5 1832
of Colllll1lJia cuunty f'hall notc on tIlll"uliJ -in law, to im'est the purchaer : 1.c
l tur anti the c1l'r1 \ no .1$ nlJi 15aid sale :-h lUbe good :
; "
uch as ma)' 1me he en trall ferreJ from I :\" 3 .\XCT in l1Ji ion III ti:.: l' 'cr.11c, rdtth"c: to with aU the cst ate, in law or equity, appertaiuing (t
all ca c i ll.-iJ t \. or peJTchaer--" .': : : ,1"'t> It.." :1n.1, hpllelit. the :,ame :;hall : I12.. An ACT to by (Jut alid or ni'C the C'ountj" (If FnkI 11.I .
Quut\'. to the l1 ant or 1I11anlS. lor \\ 1I0 t:; u I I

I : in Be it enacted by the Gm'ernor and LI" ishlti\'e Gonnril of the : he onlcrcd t. hc Clld ; and the exl"cutor. af1mil1l trato.. or narllian. !I He it enade by the Go\'crnor and Le isl,1ti\'e Crmncil of the ,

t. De it furthrr enlct'd, That the prf'sent prei; \ Territonof Florida, That the ('olln1\' Courts of Escambi3 petitC.1m; for ::;lIch sale, is herd,)" authori.ed to make ('on"e'ancl' Tcrritonof Florida, That all that part of thi'i Terriron' indue js j

lac1l11a cOllnty, hall continuc t ) act t.mli the.cxpi. I each to di.rcct OUdl er (lr purchasNo -oaid jHlrchaocr: fir i ipun'h3''j the mouth of the "
: tor the ;h l1 ha\'c at their first sl' 5ion y ar \ to :: pHrcha &led witlin a line beginnin!! at Chlpcb :ut-off. scl
county, ,ecurit i ito
term of ernce, asoucl: presl mg Juhre Pro\'idel. the cxecutil hond \\ ith ClO and lIt1iI'icnt : ) dire ;
I illS and if the I' the a sessing and collcctinz of a road tax ; :" orst :. 011 the Appal..rhicola river, running t to 'apeSt. Jos'ph (
limited hf.urh ;
: ,\larhuJ: ,.a the same is hereb, ; thc Tcrrtoral; ; adHl1Ii..trator, ur mrdlan, h-r theuc: uf
..id 'Htur. the outh
to ew nver, mcluding
whn' be electcd shaH not ('xc.ced twentti 'e per cent upon the : PX. :I th"n( e along the coa:5t n the
rill: ('or"llt i; ()r co nt sun'c'or; may' of1achua samc Taxes authori5ed hy law-and no other 1Jhjccts hall he i itaxc irllu t or int'nt:" f..r the ::'oum at wllich :O:1Ith reall"-tatc macl \ ; Isllwd.; atlj"acent ; thencc in a direct line to the bc inni g (loint, i;
,, in FtAhn.l\ry: 1832, for the COUlt) now Turitor I ut'hlm anmaa1\\ ". to thc pruprIW1 r
I :t 'Ioml ) hneh,' creatr ; uch'rif1 than those made taxablc by the He\"cnuc laws of thi: :- ;, :) t." ul:! the Ilterc"t un ) : I hall conotltlltc &: lorm a county to he called the county of franklin.

t Ie in the counhof Columbia '. r ," ,j. ;.::111 titc prim'ipal, when such IIJlilllt (lr illllIlt. lIlayar- ec. 2. Be it illftlll'r ell tctcd, That said count shJll he attached -
"shali te exewrfllrm -
COWi'f or'count)' ur\'eJor, procecd ) : \ cnacted That ail road tax shall beaS5es ', .f mtU1rC :I : PrlH"ided 10WC\Cr. :-uch al anll cull\'C\- aad 't lrm a part ofthc samc clcctor 1 dit ict as Wa i1. ...
of 2. Be it t rthrr 1'1\ to
uch in and Ctr thc said count) I c. t'f.atin Ipa ;
his duties as he trucd jndo :: a
conntv ed an collected burh r rson fir persln a m .} ii III he ..g.trh>1I &: cOllo ilo iJHO "; iUJton coulltr IS.i .

; ; al.J if atl"uch. c1r.rk. sh'riff, coroner the or :;;ame isuite.1. appointed to asses:" and collect thl" Tcrritnrial taxes, and ut.h : ; .. .. ml) t 1 011 thc (':otate:0 ol ,t r the l'unha-e mOlle)" i el". a. "Bc it fiather enacled, That it hJn: be the dutof .

l.lect. h"l1 rc"iele inIachua cxecutc-and countr- his ; allowancc shal1 he made for the ('nicc... tlan..; pprformed, as at I'jil'ret-l .lel.wed until paid" the Judge ot"the Superor! Courb of the \\"e tcr[) i..tritt, to hold :-
he hal1 in like manner perform ... led, That thi::; act shal: be in ftJrce'r .
it tmthN enac
courts oftbe aid made for a sessin 3n,1 coHerting; thp. Territorial ta esSec. -'. ,1. Be l1pf.nor Courb for :-allA county at th{ town \ppalachicoJa.. atJch r
and the count
<;aid :\Iachua count) ; )'. sbal1 causc 3. Dc it further enaetrd, That an:' pt'rson sh-al1 h.in: : ::1j at'tcr. the pa=, age thereot: timc as may be pro'i ed t )r h)' law, and Connt)' Courts "

JfIachua and COhllUhi3 anacancies reopecti\'cl: in thc orliccsof the I ight to commute 1115 road tax. It)' lIppl'ing lalun: r'" to \\ 01'1on \ i .I'..:;.-;;:: ..i.. cu.I 1 1--3':: ). h"tll be holden at llid place 011 the third )Ionday in )larch ndu.t
I hcld tterC' n. to fill dd rmillt J by. Arrr.u\'w Fcb, S. 1532. -
)P uch cia a-; he in each and C\'crY Year.Sec. .
counhSU"ln wbich mar. be occat the roatl at : amount Iwr ) : ucr
: -ritl coroner or \"or. t roadhall I (
"held tbc tirst )loudav. the 5aid COlin"" court : afltlthe O\'cr'c'rs of the 4. He It tiuthcr e a.cted, That an election fthall be bo1JI -
.. to on Iis-l'memor!'
electioll tnCrinw"'aJll
this act : sad 1 wl11'h:: hall he rccei'cd ;. .\11 :'.tT: o m n.l1; :'IL'iI1 if Iarch next alachicola for to
'! i\'e cel tiictt: f tilt' labour ihus up1'1ied, allli mul.Llto en on..the thild9Jlon ) ; atp!> a
Int' JiI'r.l{::> .
; t' ISJ2. t\\.3 ilHHl.ll Ia\'l:
It', '. : b,' the Tax colleclor in li.'u of 1110:1\: '. C\Jll uy I :-hentl. clerk ot the county court, coroner and :our'c"or, for aid

\ ,6. .\n be it further enacted, That until 3 count)" scat i 4. Be it further cnt: ,I. That the tax. h)" I Be j' ei.lctcll Ity the Go\'ernor and Lei--Iati\'c: CO\.ncil of the> I couraty. uuder the :-uperinh'ndance (,f w" J. Floyd. E. \\"oad, J.

hed ill pllr uance of this ad: the CO'lrls. hall be "Irtne" of t111:' act, shall h(' pald anto t11"' connty I reasury, and of F1uli.b. That the fitiy.thir cctiun of the act.p' ., : D. Bullo, h, amI E. J. lIarden. or anthrce ofthent: whose duty -

"I' tbe hou-e upou of Juhn Dixon. the und :"hall )e lInd'r thc c"l trlll (If the 'e.unt.Y: ollrt. to heapphec.1 I Terrion'. el: rilc 17th omher.. 1 2S. r latillg to Crimes and Jli! hal1 be to h01d SJld election in manner a prescribed by Jaw, .I.

,It't \ exclu l\'el to the mal 1I1 al111 rL'pama u1 Hoads al.1 deI11PUi'r:- ;; Innlllltwcl: h 1.t\"( "; trec negrocs and mulattoes, be and make their returns to the (;O\'ernor, who shan commi5s on

J J an. 31, 1_ ,_). Brill es. \ rqwalcd. thc otIicers clcctedand :;aid officcrsshall hold theircommiso"iongI :

t ; .\rrnonn Feb. 4.1632.I 1 l"'asscd Feb. 3, 1832. ... -n and l'ascll the ::anlC Fe. hHlM h'rcny: a. 1 ::U. I until the next rubr; el ctionfor cOLlnh"" officers of this Territor.,.
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1. ...
I \rrRO\'r.D r C Q. ] <>: I 1 32.
n !; I ; 1 Arrr.O\-ID Fc1,. S, 1532. -P:1sed:---; 1cb. ,
RtJr.CTED S 1832.
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I uJi I I II: So. 33. AS ACT tn :rub",!;".., tll\.: :\ic e f ('l rt: !1 f.l. (S :HC of the 111f.nt ... 33. .\nCT '(':; the r.ltc (Ii Interest.I rrccon: iJue.l Feb. 3, 1 :;;?, and r ell hy the' rt"qui3itc ma}); t-. I
hr: <-1' \' altl'ruldl': : lI.' I H
: lXS Jr.
](\\ n.:
1 C 01111urts lrOh'1 .
Ilult t IC -
." t A.'CT to pre. rtain ca.:ei. I and Le i5Iati\"e Coun- (). -13. .:\::\ ACT to inCDrrMJ..Ut: a lhnk in the Town of la ol 1.Be .
.I c 1 1't I ,"'hereas it ha:. hecn reprc::;(>ntcd to thi5 Lf.' "i btire COlln.i1" [ I'C. 1. Ih. it enaC'tell by the Co\'crnor it enacted L- the Governor and Legblati\'e CouDcil of the

,; and Lcgis1at Council oflht 1 that Hichanl"all er wns con-tituteJ: the E\:(' : .If the' (> tatc :i t: nf th J Territory of Fluril, ? That any ratp. of ntere.t: r pre1ll1U111 Territon of Flor da, That a Bauk shall-be establi hed in the ,.
i cnactcd h}' the Go\'ernor 1 1' h- loan 1I.e: ot mOlle ", warc or mcrchamh..e, or I II
iu1mt011: Jo-clh = the or )
Courts in tbe se'erallf of"alter Saun r an guardian ufhi IIJr Town ot' Jlagnolm, bv the name and st\'le fJf "TheIerchant3 1

Htor. )" of Flori a, 'That shall the 110t County lay. as css, le\'y. or impose 1 artl Saund<:rs, anc.1 that tlac only prop rt.'" rl-ll aillin (..ter the i I mlY other c Clmll1o litie t irly and bona t Je stipulat.ed and._ arced;; and I II and Planters Bank of ")lagnolia/. thc cp tal 5t ck thereot: not
this Terntor ed wntll1:! I Ii
of In
f ) their respecti\'c countie lInle s the settlement of thc estate, is in certa'l) lauds which Ii,' unpro.l1: tirc ,I 111'011 by the' partle to sllch contract. exprcs lawfu1 to lxcecJ two hundred thou and dollar divided into shales of

;: H f upon cattlc within of or pcrsons rct' and cntirely prot tlcs5, aud that it wiil tl rod greatly to ILc ad- ,i i ned by the parli{ s tn he char ed thert'ith.. h:11J hc ,. oue hundred ollar;, cach.Sec. .
some lcrson ,'acated I
fide thc shall he or
bona proerty fide contract
: C of the aid iutant ward to lla\'e said land odt! :md the al :l re'on rahle, and no Lona
1 vantage 2. Be it further ('nacted. That books for ub5cription!
thc limits of his Teritory.t. of intere t o 5tipuIl i
: .': :c'ond Be it further cnacted, That 311 laws and Iarts of i ii i proceeds vested for his ucc, in other mMf' prO Utti\; l'i'Opu'Thereforc :: ; : imp:1: nll hy ra"un: of an)' premium or rate hal! be opened on the ::30th clay of J3nUar}.. one thousand e2hthmrlrc (

2. of the forc'goiu!: sectiou, be ald: in cOl1-idcratioll of the prem stBe :', t :.i an:1 nprr;: ed. I Ii and thirty two, and remain open fOl sixty daat Jlag.IllJh.1under .
i 'utrar)' to thc l'ff\'bious Lf"l'i !.1ti\'e Council )." the H it farther enHtCtl: That on all contract written i t
it enacted Iw the Go\'crnor c1nd i :"'('I: ( the ul'enlltendance of John G Gamblc." Hiam :liley -
.e is .hereh) :" Territor of Floridl: '1'h:1t it shal alld J ay be bw ul fllr the or \.r\l.1\ a::: tnin!.; the :oum ue, where no :-.pecial prellium (Jr : ,\". Field Chaires. Ch sto.'I .
)') ) ) Gee, JO-5eph Benjamin
1 Henry
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'd I' e. 1 -c.1 .. 'd ,hall Le tal en and reeoUe -
sell and ; ;;; ot th :\-t: hlilf (Jf tlw iiltl'r ,:t i expre:" ( mteret : Cook
.\rrnc..rD: Feb. 4, 1832. aid Hichar .Iker. to : rate I' rLftcr the pher C. W Jl mm:5. Alexander Smith, Le ter Benjamin

I, I north ea t quarter, and the "'e t hail'of the :"outh e 't qJ3rtcrof : : ,1 at tht tat(' ot cl ht per ccnt per annUlII, from au 'I Byrd, Lei5 \\'. Burnet, Joseph Ladd! and George Hamlin, fe.

:,cction twenty three. in town-hip onc,, Ollth of. r.l:1. t..o : tane ,'.hen slid ": \\1:11: io; lIl'_ alld pa-aule.. n... .. 1---" cJtl1lUi iontrand the ::-aid c mmi 5ioners may opin boob

.. east-an all titles or dee s executed hy him, !:Ir the \\ tJrl- or I I1':11't ::; .t'. ;3. '; mllll it turther cnactellll1at all law a u pans 01 II. to rcceivc sub cnptilns at an! place they ma deem ad{ saLle, "
r i. _\1 .lCT tn rcrran} a 1 conccrnjn ,tllc Litcrary Fun : of the said land:" h'\11 b a'alid nl( circetll.I, a'5 if t \\'. ,0\'; in !or"c, :'0 ftr: a:' th(')' conflict \\ ith. the proyiiolls:; I under the superintcndance: of such persons as they ma}" think I

same h3d heen executcd bthe s id 'altt'r SauJJl': (;', durit..:! .: ...:t. 1)( and the alUe are hcreby repealed.'Pa I an}' three of the at resaid commi si ncrs han be comI -

11 3nd Legi h1ti\-c Council of the ; cl Feb. 6, 1 32. proper and if the
enaC'tell It)" the Go\'crnor his lifc time. I to perfurm the duties of their appointment ;

rJ of Florida. That the act entitlcd H an act to iucorpo- : ke. 2. Awl he it further cl3rted. Thlt lie-fore rro eeclil 1 1to ArrnovED Fcb.S, 1832. petent number of share.s shall not be sub! crihed for wihm the term rIxt

I of the Litcmry F n /' app ojr."ember \'- \ ection of thb" a't, tl! :: :Il \ of .
Prc ide"lIt and Director sell, as prm'ided for in the t r: t day they shall keep the book Clpel1 for the race one
f 9 and uct cOllcerllmg the Liter-I into bond ; yab1r t.} tho (;",'emor : ?\ 3 An \CT1I.k.i! ;n..'; .I,.!." ,)otl'n II"} erect :\ toll Bridge OHrLii.lc created ma ,
the :!:?II 1 :! an Hielmrd "'aliter, hall enter a p ; ill Li..llb..l..u eO\.uty, alH1 no lunger, but thc corporation by this nct )
r\r year
kt d Fcbruar 13th 1 31, be al1tl the same are'fU of the Territnrand his 1J-C(, 5CJroi in (,tn l-. 1Uh.'h :-l1m \ books rcceive sllbscription5 l r the ,
: npprO\cd ) i at an future time, open to
I ) __ 1 ,._
.rcpealed. and with sl1ch :,ur t)' as :ohail; be apir\'cd by the pr; .iJing ju -. I Itice Hc it enlctf.'tl hy thc Governor and Le i..lali\'e Council of thc remaimng sbares ullsuLcribed. at such tIme and place! anu uudcr 1,

';, ; 2. A nd he it fmtller cnacted, That the money 1e rece'etl of Leon COllnh'. ( onditiul1ed that he wiH f.11thlulhC. ( l.t! : 'I\'rt itonof ilorida, That.J uhn ""ooten Le. and he i I1f'lebvT the snpcrintendal1ce of such pcr5ons as thcy ma deem advisable .

he ai ads be paiJ o\'er to the Trea tlrcr, to applied the duties of his mid trust. and charded the of fittthou-
: tetl \ ith the riht: anel power of bl1iltlin a bridgE', a..1d cxpelient ; but as soon a amount 1,

,lIse and "enctit of this Territory, Wld 1I0t for the purposes Pas5ed, Jan. :Jl lSJ: :? .,. : \ : with tIle duty of eepin:; the amC' in repair arros:; the Litt e: :5aud dollar h.tll ha\'e (,eeu su'Jscriued' ,.It ltall be the dut) of

.. t 'tth.d bJ the :-aid ad .\ rrnO\"JII, I"eu. J. : : rln'r. Jl} Gall-dell cuunty, at the pbce known a ',"amack.s ferr '; the baid comnlls5ioner or a majority them, to gi"e twe ty .

i eel J :.1I. 2G.. 1 3:!. I h 111 continue in the ('njuymcnt of the sal11e fur ten y.'ar ti tiI days notlcc tu the :)tockholder te) mect for the- choice uf ntne ii
Fcb. 7 1832."In !, ". :1 I t <
"i ArrnonD o. 31. A\ ACT 1 Jr (III. nhffcf,111111.:1 Cr .s ) the sai mcb choice then anc1 there I .
frol1! HiHI :.fla the pasage tr thi: act, or su long as I Iloten i dirccturs;: and it shall be larul t r : ,

asi n5. ha\1\ k ( thc same in good rep:1.ir. : to be made--aud thc nine directors then and there chosen, shaH
""hcreas, the petition (,f Samuel Croy.} :-dti 1:! f11; ( hi--: heir:" or 'P (
upon uI.l\'Ul.bLh accident excepted, t ,r the safe cros in of be the tir t irectars. amI hall be capable of en-ilJ unul .the
that in January 1826, he (lid lea=-c or rc lIt from tUt' o.ioner \!: : : II IIH.blt I

I H .1 d f:rom of Fort t.larks: certain llJlI) es or ((1PJp n: \, ii.i.1; :h- :... ic &c. as tra\"cl the road : and :-hall be allowed to l r:5t lnday of Januar)' thereafter, hy"irtuc of uch chtfe.until .
,' \11 \c"r 1.') :l.rM'r.u.1 a art a 1t 1 lonSJn t 1.1C .1pn out a roa UIIJ : clid .t .. t. or thl" 1'lil'es 0" tu\1\ aHow'd hy law to be reee'cd at other'tridc their succC'ors h,11 he lllll} {.Icl'ted-and the directors .
the ,
j', limits uf :aid furt-md at same IItHC pae'j- 1C e
tolarl llltl ::
t lC: .\I'paladllwl.\\ r < s.id ri\'f'r lrCl'iJcd nevcrthcle: s. elected shal tJ eir meetill nake.ch ice of a Pre '
hus t rt ,
; at
J I. rent of said cOlllmis iul1cr, tor thc t rm or UIlCl'"r.. a ('eraaillI : :, and ferri's, a'ro s : dlr : 'I
Council of the < thi5 act hall be o construed as to authorise said \\ho mu t he a dlrectJr. and the atoresatd hr t chosen
mul th ahkI that'uOlhiu in ,
Legislative that
thc" Go\"cll1or alld (
; J jt cnact'cl II)" I stablc, 110t \\ illaill aitl {(Irt, elie"ing at :! .ballk.and .
of Flotida, '111Ht the said act passed 17th .N ember, without, a:; wdl as the hOl1seslthi... the tirt, \\ t'Il' lHr: pr:.p.'rly \\ oat' II, or his a5iigu tu oh truc1 any t ,nl, 01" prevcnt auy per-I cturs shall tor h\\.i h conuucnc.e the.perati.on. of t e .

'Ii ; ur.r and apl'fJ\-e(! 22d 0\'e1l1ber, 1blS, shall be so construcdt' I I of the Territorho ga\'c to .i d ('on'l1Jiillnl: r hi 1..1. Ir rl'utI son li'om rro, i 1g at un)' place which ha herctul"ure bcen tbe responslulhlll.g an Jut es t _the_ 5al.] om ls IO ... J Jshailtben

t'' : tlH' .)penill of :oaid road trom thc Town ofIa- I of the amc, Lut did UU l'qucutl) a ccllaill the aorc.i.: : ; slab!.! u c uf as a furd. I ccase upon the day of aill election. att r mCl ;:,6.1.untIn' Fba'c

i\uthflnl"t ite the Town of ASl'alaga, II :aid Cr,' ',' ,-- 2. Be it further enact'd. That no per50n or persons paid over into the hand of the directors clect. the 3m
j to th Ferr Lamlng ) he pri\'atc ', and was not orcupicd ) :: -t c.
( pp/
t, ) I to pflpCrl .. 'Uh5cnbedt
.. build a bridge or c-t:1blih a f rry withnt : thcm rcceived as the fir t instalmcnt on tht' stock : t
and II1l1 C. ill tituted :utl :lIlnt'l. -h"h havc the rignt
,f :the f( ::1cl IIIIW opened .\nd'hercas\ suit h:.: been agui..t : tbe :
1>, of said tflr the of gatlH'ring toll.Sec. t and al:3o h..we plactd in the h.md: of the said directors ,
Itscd loch. ,ltb 1 3:!. onai bOl1 by the District ,Attorney, for 11)(: Iidht' tj..tof \\ 0 Itliles bridge purpo-e r. it at I
I 1" ArrnonD: Fcb. 7, 1832. 1.'lorida, and judgment awarJcd a ain 1 the ai :CIl1I1: I. ftH' 3. .\ntll e it further enacted. That the : aiJ \\ ooten ishl.rehy books of sub crjption-PrO\'i.cd! ne'erthclcss. tbat should be ,1,

t the um of I t the do1lars, heill the amount ui "(, 1 n(! .1l1thorised 10 r'c'i\'c toll as seon as the slid bridge is in any time httppen. that an election for directors should not haf
\ ,, interest, exclu.:'! \' of eot. and he having bcen cCJilipt-lcd: tit I"l goo repair, agrecahle to the intcnt of this act.I made upon an)" day \'hen puruant to this act it ought to
t. i : madc. the cor'Joration shlll not for that caU5e be eeroeuto
whcft'ot: P.ls cd .Feu. G, 18.12. been ..
tbe remedy I
t.f. Coullt'il If the ArrRO\ED Feb. S, 1532. be di;5oh"ed. ,
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4. GO'o'crnor
rltfJI I
-' ". o. n J. .: A a<;tto amen d nn .act cor.cernJIJg He it cnactel hy the subscnbcfOI d
i : Sec. 3. Be it fmther en3cteJ. Th3t the harc
said "f i
Trea of Terrtury. -
That thc ur
Tcn it or of Flul r fin
) d
l' Council of An ACT tl) \uth.ri.cHlI e F ,hrr, sen. to Imi \lil1-J.ml: : b the se\'cml ami subscriber;, shan be p:
: l f it enacted b) the Go\'crnor antl Legi:5lati\"e: authorio: d :.1IJ he.} is hereu} required tu pay to alllucCru..hy.. :\,). -to. ; tir lIther )5(" ) respecti'c : ,

;!erritory of r IOri, a, That it haH amI may be lawful for any or bis legally uutlloried aucut. the slim of ixt)' hn: Uaal'oU: [ !, and Loch. .lC1"\l S the Otklockncc ri\'cr, an pm p old, sih"er, or United States' Bank notcs, tcn per cent.I \\1th.

';1 of this Territor)', to :lpprchend, or tat\e up, uny Ia\'e, or an)' lt1ul1ic in the Tr a lll)", nut othl rwlc :tl'prCll'ri.ltcd. I IPafe I Bc it enacted II tbe Gc\'ernor and Legislati..c Counci1 of the I w11lch pa-ment shall he made to the said comn1 ssloDcrs. oUar:

t'J fir I1Il1Jatto. lounJ ,\\Ith an)' tire arms or other dpngerami ;; Jan. :W',1 3:? HIJICTID: Fell, tj, 1 ;j I } That G.dt Fi hcr he. and he i5 twenty d.1YS after tock. to tht' amount of 'Fin} thousand
Flowla I'en.:
lCgro of e ,
[ ; tal\l' the same awa)' from him or them; except ItI.COI..I r,; lJ.d 1\ H by the lC'llihitc ... )', c.J.: tj, It';,:.!. I Terrtory; and, to builJ antl construct a 1 li1IcIlIl1 shall ha\"e been subscribed, of which duc noti e shal1 beg1\"en h I II
; hert'l : that, I
) kholJer 3uJ tifteen in adtlition to
their oWliers or lmd; or plantation, the stot.: ; per cent
!r thc)' le on ) leIL I tho Ocklocknee ri'erat or near the saiJ Gl"or cl af
& aCI oss
lute ; be paid II1tO the batH!:; of said irecor5, within thirty d:1p:
I \\ ull oll1e \\ per said dam to beI
: : COIIIPHIIY hl'r's t.ri l !(', on the said rin r ; tbc luck in of
'tt. 2. He it further enactf'ct, That any fire arms, or ot erJ :\u. j. .\.. ..\C1 lu. tal' r..ld (.r il1iam IIal1.'Yhereas less titan;thirty feet in length, and twcnty fCl-t in wicltb, and ;, the Bank sh,11 commence it Qicrations, by the ('hoice 5t"I
h tlte hall Ill.: del \'ered ovcr to the nnt directors, and the remaini amoun at su'h limes as tho.
ta1iU. patrol afl nl a free. I:) f" 1!
"" hO } trnett-cl and executcd in the work as to I _
J J uslic 01 the or Captain of the district; and un- it appeals to thc 5ati r.'lction of this Connci1, th3t'Yi11iam to UC sO ('oll anti de5cendino t 1 cnt anti I ulrectors S h; .1 requlrc-" \!.J c(1, t'- t no more
''&L pcacc uoats inrY
he talUC: be called for within thirty'da's, it ma}' be old elt Hull, latc Sherifi.of ,, ashingtou County did. hy accidcnt arc und (:ollvcnicnt pa.sagc; to ascen tcn per cnt.of :;u.h stock hall be called in .at au) o .

;_ :.'1 .on on bOUlC public day, and nt some public place, nnd the about tbe first of June 1831. losc from on 1JCanl the teall1- thc said 2.rI\'er.Be it further euacte(1, That the said Gcor c Fisher.seit. and proVtdcu also, tlut at least sixt} da"s notice shall be: glf

:eds shall be paid into thc county treasury for county pur- boat Generall\larion, his pocket Look containing the taxcs ofsaid ; ec. heirs exeelltors administrators anJ a:;siO'n5, shall have : beforc thc same is required. the
hi ,
: t 1 : provided, ten days noticc of such sale be givcn (,y one county, for 1830, and a part of 1831 amouuting to $.i70,, and :; for, the term of twenty from and after the passi1ge s.e 4. Bc it furthcr enacteJ, That te" !o'kh I "? : J
in tbe which hens wnol1y unablc to rc'Bc elljo) years said llank their and sball e ana an; u-
Ii rtisements lituck: > in some public place and othcr'aluaulc paper:;, -" sll.c e 50rs ussigns,
hre ad\'t uJ of this act, a full, perfe<.t and unintcrrupted tllIe to, and., stJHThe
\ I create a bodf pohuc and corporate, b tbe name an JI

c. 3. And be it furthcr enacted, That it shall not be lawir it thcrefore cnacted by the Governor and Le islative i to ri.ht auachcd ot property PW"lde It} thc, the aid mill said dam George an miJling Fisher.property sen. hl: heirs-, l\Ierehauts and Planters Bank oItgnolia..'' and : .
slavc, free ncgro or mulaue, to kecp or rctain in his Council of thc Tcrrltory of Florida, That the ai 'Illiam I IIInlJ hall within the so continue u1 il thc first day of January IJne tQ.9 a dstf

any fire whalsoe'cr, except it benmssion hc is exonerated from pa'ment of thc executor:" udnhnistrators, or assigns, space hur.dred and and the name and stJlc afor 'lJ,
ir houSe or houses, aoy arlDS be and hcreby frllen and after the of tbis act, build and Of\ fitly, by I
hundrcd and dollars, and is hereby two }'CJ.rs passage \ made and able in law to ha\'e, purrecch'c.
in writmg from tbeir owncr guardian, or o'cr.And said sum, of threc se\'enty the ::,ucl mill dam amI lock, and keep the same in good and arc hereby capable i'"

It is hereby l.I1ade tho duty of tile patrol to search released from furthcr liability for the same.Scc. i pldl antl condition, agrecahly to the provisions in tbc first section'l possess, enjo}' and retain to th ({1seh'.es.lDd. tc I
for fire arms, and iftboy enacted That nothin in this act con- pair hereditaruentl'';, s, c t 1
houses or other suspected places, 2. Be it fUither l said Fisher hi heirs lands, rcnt::!, tenamenfs, goo
but should the George scn.
act ,
of tlus ; 1
find couvary to the true intent and meaning of t isn31 i tained, bhall bc so construcd as to rclic\'e tbe said lIall from the : time suffer l cts, to nn amount not exceeding in the w otEr cP" anad
administrators at
or assigns, or
take the ame to the ncarest Justice of thc peacc, who payment of the county tax due the ounty of \\ ahington, and I executors mit the said, lock to !into bad rcpair, any(unavoidable, 3cci cnts per- thousand dollars, including the capital stock 1
thercwlth as dlrccted in a prcccding section of this prodcd that the said Hall shan be liablc to refund to per ons I get I same to grant, demise, alienateor dipo e 9f. t ..sar ,
for the threc months 1i
and to continue so aDd
proceed 1 cxcepted,) so space
be found tbc amount colleetcd by him on rand and b .0
in whose ession the same may who bavc becn double-taxed, implead and be impleaded, answer d
pos thc said
aud the negro that the free of boats ascending or dcscending de en i
; .os\\"c
of the mane due such for their taxes, of record in j
dcf ndcd in
ond 8atiifactary account abo\'e the sum or suns by persons bc courts or
then and in J
iling to give a plain r'er, tihal1m any way be interrupted or endangered, .., oth
possessed of the samc, may be scveraJly at the usual rate. ald and also to make, ha'e and use no cop. f Place ",ntto
revokcd .
or they came that cvcnt, this chartp.r and prh-ilege shall be an- mon .
moderate whipping on the barc back, not excecdhirtynine Passed Jan. 31, 1832. nulled.Se I break, alter and renew. at a elf r ''eas. feal. lInd thllt.
bed by ure. }
1832. -
REJECTED Feb. 4 rl
lashcs.tlsed 3. be i further enacted That the said George I Qll InlS d. Our l..le.l l o to ordI
Reconsidered nnd passed, Fe".6, 183 J by the requisite majority.f ,. ,I ,. .. .. .
}'cb. 4, 1832. I ...: '
: ArfRovED Feb. 7,1832. .

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