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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 28, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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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 )
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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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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Morning atten WllllV diHuCO* h'i Ofo, -
Tuesday THE j 'Lt. 1>M t
uli l'hederery a kd: is Hot tins nullidcdtiuur
And
months yoVr
Fix- l \ has uot '

J FourJ a riI'1I4 ndcaiice-tItscnhItLflUd un1ts at the ()pllnhl (IfI r ELOitHfltT. I Legislature denounced the odious thingrYV

I answer,-you may call it what you please we -i.r I
case
I msrtt'1 :itderlis I not for the name" "a rose by any oilier name would

11r the firs l.'eult'I I smell as sweet -Only do not call it Carolina nulli-
w
!}-LIVL t'rh ncrSqUa sittieqflflt continuance. All ad- ficit.on; it is essentially difierent; audit is Caroli

fji%1Ct be utiitted until forbid, tiiiks 4l.1"S"M u'rTCTUS -- ___ ___-_-_ "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." I na nullification that the Legislature has denoun_

flortkr" ced. Col. Hamilton tells us, that Carolina has
it
tll .ttcr8fll CnIflTflflui.atioflS II) the Jt right to nullify the Tarili; by any means that c

will nOt lcct'Ive :tttt 1I1 convention and her State a
; ::% ) pid or thc3' Legislature may direct
'
-This we do not deny-farther be tells R* -i'
'
us Umt
I imimdiitteMitcessoi to the late Dr. U.T. ( o'ty From tiie \1iIelge.se: Jomn.d. 1 the law, thus nullified, though still in force in
Fin sale at his Coaming Itoimi. over No 1)9.) Court rvtry
1 L'E.hF GEORGIA AND CAROLINA. l otlier State of the: Union, is a dead letter
Stieet. near Conceit Hall Boston and also hy hi* as tu a

a&hnjli I&.1r.ItLi: (,bf i1 E'I' appointment, by L. B. PERKINS, (\o 2 special ; It is a matter of no small regret that the whole I Carolina, until a convention of the states shall pronounce "

*..indi ; tIar .Iatt ol Ieiiii ( iUHly.. di'.14 Druggist.Till.ilinss southern stales cnnnot adopt some plan of simultaneous f it constitutional, and then Carolina i> n,
t( % ,
.II ,
t3i % rtv irf't"4 hUt C I ha t 1e I '- >... rehruniyg-tth lw'31 S7ifii and combined action in opposition to the I submit to the law. And until such convention si'.a'I

tL,3t (,I 1I OUCIt'I 11r TarifT. And it is particularly unfortunate that t so decide, no state has the right to judge of ii,.
=; i ..: UY i-Vll Ullhl JMAT1S3I.T *
( r; 1M 4'III' Oil : Carolina and Georgia do not understand each other !I propriety of the act Nullification, or complain, ,

rW.x"EUZ-XllKTUXV.AD.XI;I I It.: II Mtf\ci and mating ihe premature pain-ihe old decrepitude age. which and are dcformilx the-I better, and harmonixe more cordially! in their !jorresist 1 -and that the authorities of the fcdtr;.! .b9dllPP1.

resistance to the oppressive exactions of the Federal 'government cannot use the constitutional of
means'
) ti' ujil Hllemiaii!* of .he di-oide/r, are sufTeied lay 7
jLzu:1r: : fn. nf / many Government. Why should not these \ 'enforcing such act, until such decision shall U
JxGhEV I in dpan a cure, or disappointment in the tffica1 stales, : U
i. I.-1 1)E ol the nuiiicous! antidotes effect sisters by location, hy past toils i i1 matte. And that this process constitutes a
and *nl It< \vholt alc and Ie.A : cy pretended lo this past triumphs and fable fence- IQI
; ..L tall in I'redciick .. [iurpose Hut thu.-e who haxc made a fair trial of i ]present sulleriitgs, be in principle one and indivi- j I and constitutional remedy. In oilier vumsv,
Ft ? II1I t 1eu: iclu! 11I IiI county. Aid. by C Hciston, there is constitution
.t I e' IflUf' ctIl com-ernert nnlie I'akn DR. JEhirs CELEIJUATED LINIMENT, sable? There is no good rcsK it for it.In tiutbup- warrant in the director itu1 -
with I Ilr .
tl Judknis.,
by ill Ii' tflI I (' ThoilDXc Oiiitim-nt H ulfr.ed CL en in CUMof longstanding, and of the most reveie on many of the great doctrines of free trade and 1 'plied, for any one state to throw herself peace ; UV .
t'f % ( tI' to tlip |
% .:I1 .I' .. .u, .:ri.' )& ( i dJt'tfli -afo ami certain 1111 icily fcii bie oh.j! : iaj fiiiMic' dise.'i l *s .

tntlary -- ; some of xxliirh haxc tu long haiiled the skill of medical ht-tn cuicd in a Ic-xx days some in "J4 hours as a number states have the same devotion to the Union, the at the same time as to all other rights nrj j

lNISTHATOR'SNOTlCE CE ; VJHMlCi1.. I of p.-r.-ons in iJoMon nnilxicii.ity. who were f rj same contemptuous: hatred to usurped the j I liabilities, she continues a rneml er of the ronftduacy. I
power,
J M \\ 1'ite j merly Jilllicted xxith Kl.funati-in haxe xery fully I testified Now gliz \
z1iy! ti, tI wcllinjrsof! every description. I same rule of constitutional construction, and thei| w e deny that any sueb warrant for at>y \
OitilM-atfs
in !
th of
I I" tM ie ost ?.ioI: the Proprietor.
.: ,, C;, : h.ii ke !, r( ti to priI' .Sjrc Lg ami I'lccr--, l' lunjr .tztiitti3., .' i ii 'the init.st I hoi laugh j ami surprising same determination when submission is no !longer !such a constitutional remedy, i is to be found in il.c
I cures
!
-' : : (1(41 iIunth tnin pr& 4risc1h LIV 1III.4';! ha rhirru!! ; -or lilainlulat L Tumours p.titicnl-irlx -. of tins poxxc-ilut LLM.MI.NT. incuses xvhre hyIIHIII compatible) with! honor or interest, to make resistance constitution-That any provision by grant or ci.nisiruction ;
rivtied .
: ; ; i.. iver li'rr d, tinif1teini.iiale luni.uii. in xxomcnV I'reals t u.(nth uiten- othi-r apjuoxeil I iippiications had utterly failed. The u ttstlv. Georgia were to put UJMW making I i.s made in that instrument, lor nuliif.-. Egislion. -
: in ulc *riled
:. '1 I :irS1.j11ut1 'tl 4k( 1lIiIi.U 4th Fc.1 ewfi- Liniment is a.1-I/ ust'd wills suei-e-s |lasr i Hriiises Sprains."iiuinijm" out a bil. of exceptions to Carolina politics, I If all departments of the government, rdn-.c luvali

t : t i. si 1 : (; 1LLIA:1, 4dtn'r: UK. or xxnat MHUP people! ktioxv b} the name > .iirne of the Joint.-. she i this constitutional to be their
of ("atarihs, of <>xen ilocjiption. s s Chilblains, Vc.I would Iii) doiuV tender to her the Internal Improvement remedy in state:, by )pOTt

: _ _ _ _ f th i llSn'uniatic: J'.im-of tin-joints. I .c 35) cii.t.- a hnlilo. heresies! of Mr. Calhoun, the Bank her warrant in the constitution, then indeed is tl.e \ n- hiza-

JTK'K--Tim lieirs und re-pro-j j (;iili rjjn.n.iand: lituisesof, cxciy description or in Dumi!, ies eye Water esy of Mr. MeDuffie, and. the nullification theory len u rope oft nd; tl en is all federal legislation said

| nhatrx! ..r !L'; .tu; e. of the hold magnanimous and vain; for then may each state, without rli
highly talented repro .
\ all! oilier I ii.il.lined :
I.I .\." it IVdclmSlrln.MT j-ci- ; I < sue or lives ,tfR .m.t ; IK "1 i y imiti< d liur sis x v" ]1s af: ,T ]!' 7rh 'IV: t o1 ; Kinds. I In tlii ci |)!: th- pa- reliel On rei ent son vyna, thnefli-etH, mo-t salutary Hamilton. She would be compelled to deny that jand without fear, nullify all laws of congress; atct hh

b' Vi:]: \ i':,, !I.-tiers I of ailr.iiaiMratitin; on the |,:'tictit. in 1IP; !) ng the Ointment i must krc{> the |.ait : \\ heie the complaint hus been ol' years standing and there is is any warrant in the constitution: for the j! become her own legislator, lestramed only bx a
ii
4L ,.. 1)). jjm: trinjJfr l lr |vJOI1NT.J- <'- out of XX.I'I'I" in oim- .xcrctIItg bad c.-m-s the most unoipetU d and rccbarter of the Bank, or for the appropriation of convention; which convention the constitution. vithiidoes
8th
.JOITSlN.J.ui Ciuli'un: < or parts alfi'dcd hy Ii fl't. ': dc-irai'h.1 ieii I i.ahein found not authorize ia this be nbet
( > in the ue of this L'YEU monev by Congress for ;>urpo>e.s of internal im- j way never can calit-d
I ll
23tw i. uls I one of IIK, ; htM ii'nciiiL'> lur I I'nriis ami A'l Lit. : !: oihei -What then nullification
t 1 Jrc.'itd ier exerx teniedv had failed.! Alanypersoi. pro\ement; and she would not be willing to admit isGeoigia ? In case of res1
lteas_ '> tl pain :aiu tlraxxs lh*- ilic- out i iti J xxl.o hate nsnlit, it llie best j'collision between ix5d
state
n
pro.ioimcf that ; Congress the
KORXKW ORLEANS. ; short linir-. prepar- : nullification, as taught by the last named gen- 1 as to tb
atmi. for ti. f complaints' th.'V lixe: ever met with, esjeciali t I law the
constitutionality oi
i.*' cc-hr. I I 1'or li.tl.lined \\ oiiipn's I lin-asts t'eman, i is a peaceable and! constitutional I reti iedv. a constitution providesno
and dl.imlular
ii": N--S' ii- i ik i in ol
flTi I } casf soienc< in inilaiiKilion of" long htandint i I arbiter no authoritative ai.d oil
,r 1 WA3aTj.7vitf2; &79 fc'xxcllin : it i< >ii|>eiiin In mix nit (Jiciin- } < t Knuxxn lit liice'2) eeuts si tiotth*. | It is vc ry singular that so ]>owerful a mind as Mr.McDullie's nal to the conflict In all controlling tnbu-
cjuiet other
I the tiui.c.i! t.iruiU I It t should not at that in advocating cases of con.-
ili-r
is icurh on re see
.d
// Mi.JIM Ma tit iiiez cur \ iVi.iean! pei.ume unless signed on the out sidopiiiiird 4
)> rilTKIl rrijln.nw .ippi.dititiiis. (ail dcs nut Ccj.Kili. ti.c , LU.imiindiate the right Congress to re-charter the Bank: pact, when the parties disagree a to wl.at lie *

I* \\ *' a rruuLir; 1'ak t ) 1 of ;n.x i pirji.ntiaii of tint ni.iu-nai.) liccau.- it (1ii. sutc-fsMirt'-the! late Dr.V T ( 'ONXVAY he gives the weight of bis great character and commanding compr.ct is, flu, CII1lZI.ltI umpire being agreed upcri 'j

nd '.' ( ;rk-ur, dnrir.u th4! j r('M'iit M--I- j: iiiil Jay u.e patient liable !u 1 ill te.. Ill the compact; CaCti party is left lite to f>ahr soI'
tnjiix uuin i e.\j.o-uie to 01 at I is Counting Jlootn, oxer No. 1)9.) Cons intellect!! to tho>e doctrines xvbieli no
'' Mrundoli. j
: LI4z..1 iii: V < j-ii- cold!
Pi biuiself
II whnt
si rye!. ueir Cuiifert Hall, 1 lo! lon. :md al.-o by his spe- man nas reprobated avitb more indignant wrath is the letter, what the spirit, ai.i: ELiI
: N. (.2i. .t < ,
A. 1'Ii'lj 't orF "i'Ju- Oihtnii'iit
-" j I:as fun-jl ot ieof tnanx xnrs sindin :: cia ajij.ointment. L. D PLRKIN.S No. what shall be tf.e constn.ction ol tIe ilsti
by ( 3) or refrted I with 1n t ni. her
.. mote than .
: :: je. 21, J't \\ Iii convincing a gi.ment
1'ii '", IT.
\ ..ti. : -je i. is iMc
cir l.ial Just with
inipci. hi tine that
-
: unp.uii.t I so parties to the federal .
--- | Drzgi1. himself. I but con.part.Each .
----------- ; I \ i'iiial in can see small difference between the fly 4
-- s( ,
fR) SALK.r ie. coi'M-quo e f* l tin lion' l.i (-S.HIHg T.ii'ahaxee' March 3, 1 1KJ1. constitutional party in the absence of an arbiter z1Lstjt.uL4:
can u-> or tot < Is. n viI tin-pinkie-- right by construction to grant a lahbas
slop ol) ti.ec.iin .
NE'Ibsr ', iiar Skimi: i iiiercji- I the I I 4. rr charter ( incorporation and the right by construetton i tor itself of the j.oweis in the Constitution giiiMti d.

0MiUl i I .tIItI. LidIrI. I) '. of. I iis' ill SJ<.IK-, j 1 12I-i; ix --nioii. :iiid i ':i-<; th}u- piin.It i to impose duties for protection ot manuliictures. | by the States to to general juvtri.n eit: and 4)1 11..
d II I ( ..V 1' I...I!* V. the Itch I powers by it prohibited to tl.e states-lor
l Ir .i' 'iJ.wi.:2 I eui I': tli* xxi i.-i I IVjons oi \\ liitiovon It Ts a wretched exam
< hcatton politics
an ? > commentary ujxw ,
; ji| 5": ? lAVI V ;i.li hour's .
: j ii.xete.a i iii oiu application.j
i-i : ple.
.' 1 IJii ollr tiHtnsj
: ,_!"IV __ _ _ L to find one s-o bones:, so able, involved iu an inconsistency
j iiin ai ai.d inil.i >ii er l.nm taking cold by n>iii< Dum- A
uiiriii ; believes that
state
; 'iii \\ ioli haxctooi su long aOi t I hect'ine a power to impose Julie; 1832
so
Six ckalter : palpable.
v-< 1 i 4 > inntiiii-iit. 'I In- for
pieparation t plea.-antne-s.
JVOT1CK. .
i-vMeii di
.1 at.e ndi'i. it ;juiic'- i.-iriiiciin to t, taix t. ot'.ur upon imports for protection manufactures, is not > 9. 1E
I mvv.i.iih MI-\ < \ieiiiion| : la-eatid Mauds tinrtvai- Many purest republicans, have no doubt, -
j- ,1'lu', $ ';'i'",> %vj1 bfi.Jtlt -y Atith'-ny .unMIi: 141 reiiioxc (lien, i.inciv. i.ui in nio-i cc.nin.on ceilamty granted tc, Cimgiess. The cither behc\ ;
party :
-,. ; ..n-ul.ii!:: jn-tifr < f i .i .in v. f.I. M <'r> i" ; c-a-1-1.x j ;iji, ixinp tins Oii.tinc'nl led Iii Uieciiu of this tiouhlesoine complaint. It is >o unwittingly wielded the constitutional question, that
i.Met such
The
? flu :itlm
> .uiMirt'iiiii ", tin rvji.t" } ia,! 'i- .Mriix 1l. : 4l' j i j it xxih <.;ixe I leiiul Aid: ex } eleii, J t lapn!. i.-\xi-i 5! ax certain: in its oj.eiation, as to cure this b -cause of the evident utility, we bad almost said power is given. state, acting e. j ton
n in o.u l '.
a. .. .. I pet>, xxu > ili-agiee.-iii.fdiMtidcriiKtet! ciiecttially hour's, absolute of the Bmk. her own responsibility, declares tl.v law a { ..*-
.11 Ye1 .. .t V I j.ain- Jiaxe l.een ol lunii -tannin in one apj j necessity, But we most unlettered
: i xxin ca the !
; >e pable and
piic..lion onlx .' dangerous viohlion of the constitute.:.,
pain. I I uiicUssical. bome-brtd, untravt-iled! folk, Col
LL.-- | 1 ll 'J'n
M-I ci]>iMt4 md tna-leiM til 1 xes-i-l." tl.i- ointinrnt nierrury. on tins siile of the Savannah, are churlish enough jon

.11 i,: l-.' i'l .i 1 I, 1' iI -il a a : nii I lex <-,} x.iinalilc in xxu.ti-i on oui '< at it litsn ,'; dili"i (lanieiuus, iii.i iei.ient. and urn be applied with to believe, that consistency! is the prime attribute\ ,j jof sure oilier redre-'s. She does this, not by constituj > leavc

II.21ts \I uJi lNcWill Ist 4'iiiu.: c-cttaii perfeei saitty b) pregnant Jemales. or to children at [ j tional provi.-ion, for si.cb an act is no where
I : .t"V t i 1 t.c xi-r ; n. il> :iicclii, ( l.i.l>.ain <>i j a.t.ai!< ( .i'tJ iln the public man, and 1 that I the I constitution it, to be pro-
.: i<:' V.' i1'! .! 'V 1Itt !thrPI dc'El.P.14VuIAIl ; xvti. ho-l itJiktxxiM 1I ; tir..a.I.l.1'iite. i vided lor in that iristriiti4 nt. But she believes, that MDS
jiie-cixi.- > i.ua.it---! a a.uii-I the sacrifice of all views of
preserved at cxpedien- j
:117; I I-J
cents box. xvith directions
TElirUJisi'ilATlOirs \ mat a ample i a jiowtr to p.iss such !law is not granted in the er ;

jtntir; 3'h j A lji t1 inn* of.t.t t.>>jiini REMEDY FOR'THE TILES cy. Mr. Calhoun ntver bad, and it is believed constitution) and! the power to resist an ur.constitu- legr;
j have the confidence ,Georgia for helms
never cnn
niti'l ('.l\(-<-l! ( r! in. cl.i-Jtie x\ii! bM4ixxn io ihoxxxlio | Tl.e piiiptitjor begs leavt to recommei d (xxInch hej ( i tional act, is not in that instrument prolnbiieit to onsi
:
feALL.l xxi-n lu..l. di.es xxilh use i iuhevt cuntidi ,f the xaluahle never merited it. A life of hard penai.ee could j jscarccly
i n.ln.i. alum 41 aj puc.'ii.un 'o Iii r lli>- nee) one rnn>t her; theielbre throwing l.erstlf upon her reserved
I ILI l Jut1'n I tii. knoxxn foi troube.-ome! atone for his political sins end particularly :
II. > : r a. i.i .a e o titanx ( J. Lll.c iZi < ;: tin> ; .einedjcs. aud painfuJ rights, her original unmodified
upon uncclegated
,
:. .11 "t 4 riI: :i llr"4j.fl, ( ; ( un- 'I lie itbiixe Ii.i'LI l.c-4..i: --old k li\ -j'-iiai 4i.ZJnitat olo 1 rompla.nt.ithoi.tgoingiiitodetaii, he deem it eiMb his sins against our dearest rights and our most sovereignty she the 'cunconditiunal \\ c

uu'1't.i ) f A.aivn j Lk; tie! ai.d .'h he has in his the cherished and most bonorrd When resists enfoice- of
d.iy : n--' < n xt., \<; iyl' 1 palenlef -.xx.hrai.li n i- i.nn e. tony. posse-sion most un- ncn.: we mt-nt of the law. In this resistance she e

: IOi < ni-. iii.i.iKn .%% ji 4)fl .!: i.ixr (>l S .!< L i.:. 15 M.KKLNS. doi.hled lesuinoi.ial.s that it las: more complete!} an- were struggling single banded: in 1S25, against loots ta '

TllnMAsr.. <; ILIi .\ \i, A !m'tor.CHARLKNSTUM 'I'allahiis.-fe, I elnu.n[ ) i-lt4 i;.' l >xxe.eitiie; I jitii jill-c for xxhieh it is intended, than uirricthcijje the usurped powers of the gene' al! government, ) her r guts as a sovereign, and so far as thisfcct is \ %

JIfl:4r: ) 1 Ii I 3 <>:her [>..| ulir with 'Iroup Jbr our leader, where then was the !i I concerned, as separate ind distinct from the Un- -* .the

.. This ion, as if she held her !location the of fithieAnde. <
in j
Lh. iemedy is perfectly innocent Application, upon sunm.it -i
i2iH S Vice President with his burning zeal Ibr the rights
I4Ai i\Iji1dI: tu aI corditions. ages and t-vM-s. Full directions j jof ( It is an act debors the constitution, ; of
J_. _'_ the statts? In the ranks of our enennes. A leader i
:, xvuijT.i.-n- hi thy c wu < '' rin< ..ti t. 44, ... AA,101 de.-cnption of the c .mplaint, A-c. nccompany each i and therefore must be ar act (lithe very last report. telj,
,
F u iiie those who assailed state character
our ,
(sfl, \\ .i-..mn .unl % ai- r.t.i.v LLiC.$ tl4 t Li.t: O. packet, which conM.-ls of txvo boxes, Ointment amili'Ciuarx among j One from wl.icb; may (but not necessarily will)
U. 4'nflwj*i N .t, -.in Trritnp1 fF'l-'ltvui lis ttrficc isaijil i tii ii..a, 'z4.4.2L.etli I4..41 eii-> 4<| IIX< I- Piir 5=1 for the whole, or 5U cents if districted our fidelity to the union, and 'vouhI, had I flow ut luosi
:
i.} iin fiai ot consequences serious roon enu
Hiijiuic ; Kmoi
,,ni nf the articles wanted. they possessed the have coerced us into
nie a
is ,
power
\\c ( thuttt..il I
3k : : Sj.U4jfl \
ai.vJ .1 x titiit i/iv. In the alternative of f MMe being called
.X i.tl e.vii.l1- a
UULlIIr' .
: I fcj. -. !, Ill, ti.inrivo Qj": None are gfimine unless signed on the outside condition of colonial dependence.! Ir. C. in this upon c
in ilni
h.ii. t.diui.i C.l K..C. in. piinlt; d x\tapper, by the sole propiietor T. hIll ILI. j treason against the south was not the on'y' one among under this view c.i thesubjf'c;, to settle the question >
FcrM.n ind. hi vtt i I hr slier I.cj'iM ?l. J4liii> > > i lit. 1 xtion the (
s nj
c J MI n ci- s i( xt-i4 xxlicnII.I jot'iiulhticatiori I it becomes her to summon to her
immediate succe-sor to the !late Dr. \V. T. (.'ONUAV the of Carolina j
i' 'iy rt1u.d| tn ('.1 ii UIK i ] .'.cit.e li.vir ;:n' ((li ,l| (l.Rt. !! I'm -aie at i is Counting Hoom. oxer No. l-U, Court distinguished: politicians ; acl, her most wie, mc" t virtuous and most patriot-
XXMI i/i JcJ.i* other names ro-iUl be mentioned but forbear. I
i>UiiUi. Llci.n. i iUC we
\b
oti.cnviv.
: f note' or -ti i'.i. near Concert Hall Uostmi. and also! by nis special | advisers; irtid with tl.e s-olcmnity oftbelastjudginicht -
l i aia& t ., :C 4d tiJtj I ii Clil1fti1 eaap. Who i is tlie proliclor! of those; schemes: of internal' i
FiEDlucK: ; E. D. 1'L1tKINo.. first settle the titutional ccn
., appointment by 4)) ; cori> question-And
(h JUI C tiit, rzn :t-U 01 ci.il> st-Li I < >. t t&-c: iIi improvement i I, fortifications, &r. too s-uctvtssfnily i
Jaminrv ITU. 132.Fflifl; -J-Jif DRCGCIS wl.eii ihr ijUi-ation io uutc.nnr.ed Jet her decide
t
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t. iAjIIiiiii. aiiU xum.'iiai i iai.it>, liii ILUL iiicUIHII tJG It nut tin; tbvi.idi are now I the cur' e ofa.i the south s ?
'I' alahri-! } 10th '-31. 29tf.
March I
___ : ee. : whether ti.t law lie.
to
% 4tL sl.epropoes nullify .
4i.Ci ii.tiii umj>> <.i tt.h Ci..I' fli i. U. % 'I'Iic'Tice L'resdeiit.Vlo now denounces Judge ; a pal- .
GOOBMulf Ian- 'ilux ,te .. .- ; i j pable arid! dai.gerousio.atlim of the constitution
al- ll.e ue-t I
U t.t1 ACAJ3E31V.rg ;
pu ; \\umni. UINCY
.
j
Smith as untlitihfii! to tl.e rights of l t th! e south? Mr. i
)liXMC.. 10 |pull, .1 .u Cit,1 i-C Uic M'MCHI iioin uu.iia-. [ | it'it be, the ouiy: remninitrg enquir. it be-ho\es bef 'ii tc I
nl.i iu-titii f-n vx-ill be n f fr the uccptir.n'f Calhoun and his 1 fiiemN. And who is Judge !
op
Uarn 1 Un.--kxx IK at VIA &I L H, :cij I144.Ii I.. F i tai .e ? t: a.,1i U. till: ea. B to make.: i xvl.ether it Le expedient to nullify thL> id ti
: j-K n iiie first Anii! <:.iy < ( July next, under Smith? The original and fast friend of state rights i
1uiv 1LEr 1 IK-* .i iiitl tut, ,(JCt:, ol Ui '
.t9 liv i' e-ii./n. iIiI. In Jiutli) iI.g Iv. palpa[ il! \\ ai.d dangerously uiicon of Mr I il. M'Clintock.A
hi. Iitid .1 r lilt iintenoence an iinllinching member of the rtistill.eafl family! !
; 4' Ik.f 'IuoI ; I'l''Vtiu tiiuc i nou 01 uiiiir i.anl i.L.in.'Ui.Ol .-. ] this last qtiestion she t calculate the
Iii.e and cummodious edifite: is n.-ixv ntnrly corn- mu> Levaltei'fthe
radical in soul and in the and friend
S; Ton llliniD,!- Hu Kif ,
upJullie j } t'nii.n. If she
I pit,eu in the p.i-usant and healthy! \illagc of Ciuincy, : acts wisely she wiU
: (; i.( ;iIl"TT II, xa-t IJKIIJU. it| -uijii.-iu,; cuie> t-ll.-i uu lu i.c cLiwj.f of( ur Crawford. r. ft
.ncrc, and in the vinniry of v. hich, goo1 boarihn:; I -- ,' .! itsvalte.; It need not, and it cannot be
II, J ;: Fi. ah Uuiuh U.iiin IK'l U.X ai Jiu-lull aiiU its kLUil._, but li.n.ll lioUi One word more only. >o !long as the name 011
( in i iiiiiiuiim-d inn-sptetaijle! families.in I icii cea-d! that nullification the liart
I _* may endanger -
3ij J ruin-s, it i.iifii lui ll.e litifl p.uoi 01 L.i ii ( Atv.Ietn c as Crawford is loved and honored in Georgia, that of i
.. ths ;. !. .nmary: yotn mm \xil! be prepan d for j it'I not the i integrity ol L If OUflC
L nioi IJr Stout ii : .tilei an t IISLU.tiiit n. iii it ., ihnvc tnony tnr ii. ii. the
; : v n e.i- I Calhoun ran -earcely! claim n Mr. Crawford -
;uinnsAi( n jilt'I all eo.li-re in the I'nited States, or for j.-ect.
>
) Uouniui of Caro.m.i he true enter
.i c.Itil. I ; 4itiCiC tI.1 I thtoiy according to
!lu' Casks < I t ct.nt. i.te.. '.
| .u..oui.cruli stnids not in the of Mr. Caihoun's,
now,
ihetudy nf ii the hlitral profes&ions. : way
\ u i'uj MCI.IU ol lli .inv lu-r vei>ioii of it no duiigercan and the eliect d
2 Pun A : !io Cl ( ; HIM i CiCLtiSiiI xxi.j i.io xxil- ei-sue, y
1P The j :>triot > attention xvill he paid' to the mnrnls and ambitious aspiration*; he it sis in comparative letirrmcnt -
R.tiu a1' I IlL.--CU u> MII.II>.II tliu-t ot'her: tiieory ii its result! will be make K
t Li I'4 i; I 1 iidid, nil fr aj.ii..m, in m- upii.- ; practical to B.
,, :ni.inin.- nf the 1ni11i!.-, 811(1 tu pr vent < xtr: v.eznnt :ndnime.ee .Tud the memory of. iii< virttrea and Iu>
1LL1. ( Iii._ 1ui'sz: : lt t> ti* Like li ; iau ui ai n.e j-.ij L.I. aitic.t.- MHIXVIIKM the !i (ti.i- iliiiice: of the} states; si.bject t I er will and tie- itritn
mhinri fnmlst, ntniated to trfanivr suflering his crsecuionsand his shall
triumphs
Tallha.ii ji't ) ( r J13' 1 t1. 17 fIn tne anovt: f>Miijii.ii..l. .iiiU .i.U(;, (. a i> ::1iiiI sag ary exjis Iliepirj..c j ipetidani upon heriragnainm-ty.: It isa fundamen-
ln.-ioi| i jiuu.jc <.-iiinatiu.i, tnuu. r tii(- }prIllI- ; xxilllx-I s-tiit-tly ajiplicd to }>c undying, ar are the n cords of his country'! > 1}

the Supuior Court liir the .Mtdd'tv )strt 1 \, i a byti.i., Ol O LuilUet iii.I iiiiuil'.ic .a ia (;uuULi -, aed xxiiniu: lite limila'.ioiis pre>.crin! d. glory. It is obvioirthat the co-oICritaI1 of Georgia tai error in that system, that one state, by an ctnulliiieation
>? ) 'l lit of the inMiintmu i IS jrcnllfman oflier I'1 i can coerce :i convention of the
of pri'jeipal ;a
FloriJ.1
Lc October Anno
Domim
County
jt l.\i/i, 1U.N.Ul has In-en anxioc.sly desired by Carolina, itt her j jsihemrs
1531.ZACUAUIAH. I ij t 'I I i iliiraiiun I and has acquip-d ci.r.sideraLle exp j states: r.'id :f this be error, all is error the whole
lui.g -.ain..4i ;. .1 i.d oi UK IIKI-I >li>ti .uti cii.iiacler. of nullitieation. Ahd one of the niorlificalions j chine b. Silay
I r. ute aisal ( ( n in hispn.fi :1.n.II.( : must resolve itst !If into an impract.ctiMe .
JKUKINS, ) 1 hai -ii imiiiedMl : and tkrln -
j> .un.tneitti 1 !he diMin'ni!*>'itii I hi-ahhmt.sMif! the village dieaii!. No error is 4.0 dangerousas :he hot.- of th

niramsl > I Itidianccry. I i-uii-d, m a taiieu ol I a-K' Inai iuve oci ui.tdIn J :aj-i-j>-, nf I biMniini:, are nmon the m'iny: advanu- has resulted liom her failure lo rally the whoic { t.-t error of great minds. Strip the Carolina cm tlof

MAHTHA.IEUK1NS. i I li't-l'iu aiU xiiiiuK. iij UM. .. ..,, a.it..*, i dm jesaf t: ril d I !by tl.e location of thisinstitnti'-n! and die south upon this question.Catoiina its splended! drapery and its brilliant robes aui

Ji!1 apjH-arinir, hy n-tiirii il'c M.itsiil! ; :nnl by ir lii-i.i- v fji.-l.in.i ..Oi.l.c and annljiliousPi I J rMste h.ixe everv osopable! nssiininrc thnttht.librae may lie assured by reference to the his ilis hut the hallucination of ., .uraty

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afSdavit filod, thit: M.irtlra i Jt-iKuis tnil putron- tory of our Indian relations, that if the time should greatness.
But I asked where
,, am to t'cloniicla
,
a-
wiUiin tins 'IVrniti'v. 1 h :< or.liul.'i.it! iftJifftaiJ to xa'u.j4in: j. am u..U j'i.iCi.c.n din cil MIA( acromn. ..IIMfrmii the jniljlie. Collie, when action in reference to the '!'aritf is nerssary ainst hc nu-h and guarranry
of niLinalrbhl
: uiiproiidcnt i= Coun
JAsI1lq.; i.e ji Li' ,- se ymir
fIt.(1ZJC. ) >eucn. 1 he < Tuition in the Malhimatics and Lan-
Martha 1 does nut atul :.ns\\cr the I tri: .iii Georgia unskilled as she is in the classical *
apJtiir j ] iorircijnuy. I an.swcrthe ch.iract vt ..
? \<*iic -itfiiunie <4ii.f, the very bot
)mplainants lull on, or I lR.foivtu'iii-t I :Moiul.u-! -, j I S : .g..e*i on I outidete .u-i .!i s jue ID t''<.lln4-.s per rpwtf r. lienuties of Carolina republicanism, will find some r.ftl e art itself, is a protection against the abuse ..f it. J (
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Ii 'I : ti.ij
JP >nirthlil I j Klt'1/I.K.I IiIfliI.ij1iai I liitheKii lish 2d class April next, the *:\\i\\ hill' of romp.auii :itnl tj. inattersati'l -' u< i .->-() .o Hit .-UL| li. \V 'i (, ONXVA\ dcjiartment, :3d do S-i 00 25perqr.) do mean, some process, by which her rights may be '1 he interest (and the word speaks volumes) v. .'< a "'er
per
thinjK thca-in I .I! xviil 1 IK- taken of such < arli state has in our con.num union-the benefits i .5 iridi
allojr-: j roC' : PI.i.C Jit 4.-. Caa4.fljiI ILom. oni I\o. M Li> utt. 1 P.iy.d-leat the c nil of thr term, when the snb>cripiiii I respected; although the use mean, may put .t

>iilos< is tai a |Ia'I1ir term than t';.' quarter. in jeopardy her federal membership.: And should honor, its glory, i.s Iranaccmlant glory-will slay ;l Io.. "D si

ordered, that a Ctp[ y < f tJis'ordt-r: I hepuldxjiWin |I tli.OSilLtiIejat, b) L. is. l' I \.>. ( \u. J ) Application for; admission to be made to the Trcast.rcr. the time arrive (God grant il never may) when the rash vcs hand not the, and Trnu-.n o\erixTC, \vh feels the umbiiious not the sublimity mind. ft U Ls.Tuiid J > -j o

some nw>pajier iii t!*! Tenitory once a iiu southern states shotd:! liml it necessary, to choose!
of and laxx Who
.. teinjilf lilicrty ? Vtfort
ixorshijs nt.t
-'fcx for three months SI icceivt.I.A Ta a I.Ilit-C, I t). j. tt; JOIINATIIAN ROBINSON 1C. lietween unconditional: s lviii s-i'iii to tyrannical its shrine; and jT.urs not its libation u 01. t. 5 t tlud'oxvcd

true colv, 11. DUPONT, .'xa ci ions, and I the I integrity >f our loved and g.oru Al.ar? jNonc-Tht-n so long as its syn.m.'iry U'

TO ii 'ItniAM* .Y.\L* t. ii.N.-l. .i.i'li\'i:. >V.M.! NORWOOD, Trustees ins union, Georgia will Ibrget I her private and is beautiful, iu niagnifitance inix\ HIT, its scren& h MI-; -

JAMES S. LINN, Cl.rlc.M7th T Iii. nn -. piexai''i.1 .iinj ,alii ol nil IsVeasiN incid II. WOOTEN, local! wrong, and plant herself in the foremost rank impaired, its altarJtcr.ltc..-,and its &Lnneir f :- v CO

1P32. 52.huVcstcott I nl locixilizt-d t.ci< i -iht; Coii;t no m i' w it.. JUNIl'i- -

generally c liaccdlH I ij<; iea Alanmii" of di-ordei- ] onierof the Hoard, -,-
i has
,
Suffice it lxlieve the time nut ovcr1PRsiML'S
to we yet
., \ J J. P. Biioia 'ltlut cold. JAS. A. DUNLAP, Serr'v.IZL say,
; cc a i gitflMi U\
e.-tnn.ttion
it !
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aj.pi-j; action in reference to the
3y-ltxxtf. arrived, when: resort to SALii..-Jjj it e the
\
It'th ; n
1'
1. -
JA\Kf,nHcdaLa\viaritn llut o:. i huiuliean.i fifty thousand ,
< illaimual
Mnrida. I .aa1I. -
| { : i.ii JI u |pea action do not the IW *
itl is By we mean
1 I. of L.e: iMimloi REFERENCES. tai necessary. .a.v Fieri Facias issued frora .i. toilS
rcJJcnceofthef T i- in i alULt.-Mv nud Cuiisumpllnn. t. e-e dieaufit! ic
JUurat: WeM oint, "Aji'iKiVvdjic"Li i. r"Yi ..s.eainuted .- may h.: ai.'ilii.ed; : to COIIH..KII rn.: and a lie lipfiittieaimei TIIOS. U AN DAL Jeflcron County. peaceful and constitutional remedy, the theme of! lurKs office of the superior court c>Leon C nu :y :<> aut

to them in any <'f < a i r N ni' i t'! .. ;j.nisCuinitit -> / oi ;he h-iuas-m : C4.IZt. i: a! et.einllx en.ULsxvliicii \v:' I. U. NUTALL,, Leon.PKTEUW. such eloquent displays in Carolina-we mean the me directed, I shall expose to sale for cash on tycit.die .!/ i

Lhea ., !> oft_. > -.i *.r Al '. fu.t, --. ;;, is u-ualix i Iniioue |i\-d llicuit t, catiaiIig. pain !: : GAU'llKR, Jackson. fact nullification, exemplified ill the course this 3th day of March, on the capital square iis ti.1j ( .

L* to. \ : K !1.' I. < If in the N-, Hid at taut L'k'rateii l.uni-> \inieiit and ( r t' iio L1VIIIES! ( iids'cn! enhinty. state has pursued, relative to the process of the city of Tallahassee, several negro- ct nsi!>iurur<>'.. .1 'aD1uonien

rep'Mte A tliinai.' a;.aci\s. uis< linn, on (Jm IiIl i' eU supreme court, whose object was to bring to the arid children ; also, 2 mules, a poncy, i- jet : u

GEO1GE S. IiAV11i ,, j'I .tii.* One o. ax. elui.ais e.\. ended m the 1.ur- ? ARSHAL'S SALE.-By vhiuoof bar of that tribunal, one of the original sovereign veral heat1 of cattle, sheep and hogs, a quantity oi e.rix bo c

Fo1tE'I .v;. C' a- iii two writ o1 Fieri Facias lo me uirected, 1 thirteen: and then to revoke the decision of our and fodder, a wagon and gear, plantation uteirs:."?, his 'I

& .limni I '. DR. RKLFL'.S shall side the bidder for cash, onMCthin house-hold and kitchen furniture, and a hand null-
,
; J 20- ASTH..AIIC PILLS, capose to to highest state court upon a question criminal Jaw, arising all ho
: it! nf next in the town of levied upon as the property of Robert J. Hactk-y to
:i. 1O'I'CE.-SIx; an t ;, Mi f nil. inio. to ti.en tunc.x aJ > ini-t..t.on. XMll Monday February under our own salutary provisions In that instance sundry executions Viz in favor of E-p s ,
ilhtI (' a.n i'ia, all the richt, title, claim, and interest of satisfy : one | wers.
application will lie tiMia.ix diMi ;i miti ition ol ili ;><- ..i-ouli--, and gfiiI Fills H. Bucliuid Edward Klein in audio a parcel the state poising herself upon her original, two in favor of Massic, one in favor of Chaires, ami titled
ride o th) <- 1'i i. ju.Jir.- <>: ,,
Bounty, for k-ttcr-s of julmini rrc. iatf n on' ti-t I traileirc a cure I i.e i'liian- j.<.uaii i-% und effect of 'MHtscemistiii! i.f haidxxarc, crofkcry, dry-poods-, U ndeecra! tech, and unprohibited sovereignty, one in favor of Wallace. Sale within the legal In-urn. ;

t eofD -ld i.i Irtish ioi tjy !'\ii.jt'ini- j.ircc eum : ijni accoinpanX reNo.3 and declared the law under which the courts T. E. RANDOLPH, Marshal. i" P
Dav'idii dcc'd. of wlii !h all .ri.i bi.( 1is I 21i'is SLIar&C.Alsfl.itNO.SOflsl11i ,
n ,' : Hi !la' Xcthrna, ano (;I.M.UII.,11011. k>n t olds, Jurisdiction unconstitutional instructed February 7th 1832. 2.5ts! itlCsrilRUST C
I->hruurvJRSTUAVS.T.Kcni.i 71i 1S3. 25Gw ol' ttaiie No. 1 North of Hmad-stnct with? the improve- cia imed ,
U
Couthilitfi'u
nnd.Mrietuieacri"
tv iMiJiii.*: tsiits4ts tlme-m Jo>cph Ladd levied her authorities to resist and all or SALE. In
IIICHS now oompied by any processes .
\\
the c! est iii-ezin u. :lio ie. ., pin-
] pain > jjillin en to satisfy two executions infavor of the United! mandates having for this object an interference in lib I
of Inooil. A (* Fexv caav. can K-cur ol anv ol I. '< -*- suance of adeed of trust, execi.ud
hy the hulismlx r, tlir) r he d fc ;v..ates. Sale xvill take place xx ihin the hours prfscribd her criminal jurisdiction commanded the rigid enforcement I Sheffield
Oass of disoroVr- ixtnchli puirnaM-i ol \)r. I.ili. ; by John Laudaman to David M. ibjid v
:. ulc, valued dollars and by iaw. T. 11. RANDOLPH Marshal,
at twenty and in sad and
Piilsiil not findi ncJi it-turn los ilitsr tiithnX|>IMICJ- of'hier judicial decrees; ._ tome, I shall offer for sale at public auction e
3 J e V, Jp" t-kcriU-d as follows, by Vhon s J hiIvv' I i.uie By A. A. FISHER, D. JM. solemn dimity awaited the consequences, whether bo .own's Tavern in Tallahassee, between the

***, 5'f and the f 4llt rancis Kpps, nppoinlcduppraiiiUrk I'nci -xxhoie box 8. Ui Tills, 1 dollar, half bo\e January 2 tth 1S3-2. 23tds peaceable'or other wise. This is Georgia nullifi hours ..f 2 o'clock p. m., on the 10th day of March

!!! Action of the act eonrtrlllnnnd 12 i'l.in, 5 ceni>. cation. The same process is now in progress, in next, allot so much of the north fractions of Lots No IeCtCSI

:: .. estrays j approved *1 Si Nov* tn- POSTPONED SALE.-The a- of Tassels and 82 40 feet"on Monroe and Call-run
missionaries. In the case fronting
z : One dun white coxx- marked v.i'h >. L To the Ladies I 1441V the case of the
Crap '"ear and -w_ Ixive sale of lot No. 8 on square No. 3, range no 1 1n the Georgia law took effect upon its wretched streets, and running through from street to street with n;
bran under-slit in the same far, jn \ i4iU'
ob' yearling and calf k-loimng, to said cow, 'I. 14eJ11bL *< c-.nU los tlieir uitaiit.ig.: ts io life irth of Broad-str., with the improvements thereon, victim. The swelling flood of federal usurpation, the improvements, as thereon sufficient from the pay 19th sum jereihol
L.a. of 982 dollars and interest day
> ire postponed until the first monday in M.irch next. ,
?hie lc."aeof baid cow noout seven ycnr found in the u.-u ot t.ielihtllzli rolled back from our shores, and the state stands the costs of the trust sale.
of August 1829, and also,
d marshal.
OWneof A. A. FISHER m. .
' Tty, said cattle is requested to prove pr : .LVAISU'TIC DKjV'llFHWE.Thi 2Std justified, at least in the consequence of all such as I JOHN P. DUVAL Trustee.
I37 February 1831.
cuargs and take them away, > <-ie iiiil ioU I'ovxoer xvi.li a '. try lililr useendicat are friends to state rights. We do not avert to February 7ih 1832. 2tf ;..
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'Fall E. RANDOLPH. and rete11t the 'JI1UJ.--KERR & STURCES - ---- ------------
i <-ri the fccui\) lutlujuiu act Fi those things the spirit of recklessness and boast be
wild AUCTION
1832. :,8x cumulation ol iuiir.. xvMcli not only olackoim Luio .*. book from And if the I UC'lION.-W III at public
request nil those indebted to them by note or ing; far be such a spirit Georgia. A Saturday the 25th inst., on the Capitol qaare, .
,
and their The on tbt.F
xtfl'iri teplh. accelerate.- decay tI
4 co. bur. tin n-r'iimi previous to the 1st January 1332, tocomeforard preservation of the Union, as Jefferson taught, depends number! ol valuable Slaves; sundry artietp* of ltoB e- -

V..D'OItSEY, ) AitachmcnuAll per- entnlice lliu rcmovpi? the pre\ ailing causes floridiidj of ..itfenureatn. .> and settle the same on or btfore the 1st of March upon the sanctity of the sovereignty of tl estates I a hold and Kitchen furniture. And a few head of cattle ; | <
) and! of
healthmefs
:JHOS. J. WHITE. I S0ns interested are r.quii- $i4i pr scfves the next, as longer indulgence cinnotbc given them. Georgia truly say that she is the frier.$ the personal estate of Alexander Adaia fatr 'of lido
may being
by i 1 ) cd to take notice that t"iI lilt' UIflP.. and lenders me teeth lx aulifullv xvhite.O Tallahassee 7lh 1832. 25'f ,
wUw4in, uas been instituted February of the Union. Once, twice, nay thrice, has she interposed Leon County dWeaned OB aJl Sum* over $20 a end .
in the above I'rivi .1-i CtJiIS
case. unlertl :ned on the. out-ide : LANK BILLS OF LADNG-. Justprin- unaided, the shield o her Kovert-- it of three months will be given*' E. "U, .-,l A 1R, ;
genuine
& WARiER AU'y for Prti: .%;&:ie nre
24hj pimled ra'nerf by etole pruprwtor, T. ed cud for ealo &t tlrfs Office. between the Federal government and licr rights'



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i approved the fifteenth day of May! 1826,' makes .
0. 92J time and cormr.lttcJ lea committee of the whole ; Mr. nor la. o 1i I
t i teLATlVk CUNC1L.T I I' : u'm the I legislative! council, to hold their SCMWM at the
The House met pursuant to adjournment, and a quorum being 'biou in the chair, who reported substitutejbr the same : the Seater I .
\ T.ie act wa oitU-rcii to he reconsidered to-morrow. present the minutes of yesterday were read. Ie. reporttvas agreed to, and the substitute, ordered to be engrossed, meat And in whereas thU territory The said council I might. I be prevented by _. ,

The President presented ttte l following communication from Mr. BOOTH introduced u bill to be entitled, an act to amend and read a 3d time to-morrow. and unavoidable; cause (from assembly as directed io j t1 .IInrur..- II,
I the acting irovernor.j an act to impose a tax on }hawkers and pedlars, in this territory The bill to be entitled, an act to establish a ferry across St. to, in the preamble of this resolution.Be e -. rcferr. ., "1 I
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, TALLAHASSEE, > which was read a first time. Johns' river, was read I a 2u and 3d time and passed : ordered it therefore resolved 'I'nat our delegate t in Congress, bed
S( February 8th 1332. $ Mr. NU'l'T ALL from the committee on schools and colleges that the title be as aforesaid. e to use his exertions to have the act above referred to, so !}Qett.

SIR-I return to the council tie bill entitled, *' an act to organise reported back to the House, with amendments, a bill to be en- T I he bill t provide tilT the election ot a county scat in Jack- ', to "ive to the legislativecoLlflCil. the I jKjwer 0( holding' their amended M. II,
fel! a county to be called the county of Fayette." I consider titled, an act to provide for laying out the school lands in this son county, was naul) a M and 3d time and passed ; ordered such other plate or places us the governor and I legislative coQneil LIIOI1I".

a duty to reject said bill. I have been influenced thbcoursrt territory ; also, a bill to repeal, an act to provide for laying out that the title of the bill be as aloresaid. from time to time lesolverf.direct. That of the above rnt

my bv'tlie. sune: general% priuciple>,that I have stated induced ] the school lands in this territory, and asked to be discharged Thebihl to mend, an act to regulate proceedings in cllan. solution I Be it further be forxvan'ed' to our delegate copy io Congress. preamble and< re.
the rejection of the bill; establishing Franklin county. The from the t further consideration of the latter,-which was agreed O cery was read a :2d and 3d time and passed: ordered that the .Mr. WRIGHT offered the resolutions following, wlrca
rat of the bil. establishing Columbia county, was not inconsistent to. title be as aforesaid. and adopted. were r <4 J
: appro with these imiictples. The great extent of ALichua The same gentleman from the select committee to whom thecommunications The bill to amend, an act to provide for the compilation and :{ .solvcd. That the President of the United States, be, and *
count r, In'lUre tinr division, imposed} n.cmivcnieaccs and bur- of Messrs AVillis and Chaires had been referred, publication of all tlic statutes in tin* territory, was read) a 2d I hereby respectfully requested to cause to be 5urVf'p.d: t route for u, *
thens'ujnm its inhabitants, that lendereu the bill for Its divisiona reported that Uie committee asked letto be discharged fiom and 3d time and pnssr-d : ordered that the title be as afbaesaid. boat canal, to connect the waters ol* the bays of 1'ensacola! and a ste.nxResolved
fobil
for the further consideration} ot the same,-which was granted. The bill to be entitled, an act in addition to the act for( the reef I That the delegate in Congress be requeued to /'
case eDde
exception.
proper Ia addition to the reasons given in my communication to the Mr. SANCHEZ from UK committee on enrolled bils, reported of the heirs, William Argylo! was read a -JM and 3d time I to forward the objects of the the foregoing resolution! .
coiincil rejecting the bill establishing Franklin county, I have to correctly enrolled I : and passed : ordered I that tin I title be as aforesaid. Mr. HUNT offered following resolution which was |aijon the 1
An act to the future of free The bill to divorce John from ins wife Tercs.:15 table.
this bill the following( objections : prevent migration negroes, or : Darby d r legislative I
mulattoes into this and lor( other read 2d and 3d time and ordered that the title! be I ) Tafaiaas governor council. That the! I
tetrritory
1. I mi notxatistVil that a decided and sufficient majority of the purposes.An a passed : as sioner of :cc, under the authority and direction of tornm t. .
.: whole! people of Jackson county, desire the division of the act t alter and amend the several acts relating to roads, :.trt'; aiJ. : of directors, be. and he i is hierebyrcquiredto have the time be!!?
; r.: county upon the principles! and under the regulations this bill highways, and bridges in this territory. Time bill to l he entitled, an net regulating the mode of votingin and tl.t rooms lathed and plastered in a good and workman cal'itll.p3il1 like 'I
prc -c'ibc.s, but I am clearly satisfied that a highly respectable An act to repeal an act to declare spring creek, commonly this territory, was read a 2d and 3d time and lost : Mr. President Ifrt and that the sum of seven hundred and fifty dollars or such m "" I

t j c Ii nn.t riiy, atl least, are decitledly opposed to it in any shape. The. known as Robinson's spring creek in Jackson county a nn'ig-: and Messrs Cooper, Fitzpatrick, Jones, Nuttall, Priest, it, a* is necessary be applied to that parpose, out of the Funtf pa.
; right* of tne minority are as much entitled to the protection ofthe j ble stream. and Warren-7 voting for : and Messrs Baltzell, Booth, Hunt, La ddi Ill Vie cn pltol.Ir .
; I -1 legislature as the rights of tile majority. There is no tyranny !, An act to alter the southern and western boundary line of Jac Love, Pope, Robiou, Sanchez: and Wright-8'against it. M SANCH1I2: oflc-rrd the preamble and resolution rIJltowin.V .
I I the of) a small majority. The majority kson county. The bill concerning the public archives, was read a 2d and tlid, were n-atl and laid on the table.WhvNKH C.
sn severe, as tyranny the excessive of
t of Clt iz.en*, certainly in favor of a measure of this kind,I An .act in addition to an act concerning the election of mem 3d lime and passed : "ordered) that the title be as ahw .saul. ppciaHy the frtfju nl changes I degree t.f the legislation' in this territory", and ec.
IIre
,I siio-iid: therefore: be considerable to induce its adoption. Person Lr of'the legislative council. The bill to he entitled, an act for the retid'of John Carruthers ',Iilllvllh the-people ; And wherca, siilficient subjects time doe of IoenOI1SCb- I
views I private interests, and sectional feeling, and even act relating to crimes and misdemeanor: was read a -M .ind 3d time and passed : Mr. President, and bHwi-en t Ihe annual I session* of the I I legislative council not elap se' I
i ,, political motives, sometimes occasion the agitation of such I The acting governor informed the House that he had approved Messrs Baltzell: Booth, Love, Nitttal!, Pope, Priest, Robiou, people; pf-'wrall) loin-come acquainted with! the laws. to enable tillS

: qu" g.Meral wd:IrC. To avoid the possibility of legislating upon I An act regulating the' rate of interest. Hunt, Jones, Warren: ; and Wright-6 against; it. to use his endeavors to have tile *.rganiclavv altered that the''future'ted
: such grounds, no law of this kind should be adopted, but. with]I An act to authorising .John Woolen to erect a tollbridgeover The bill lor( the relief of Mary Camtaday: \\ as rend a 2d and meetings of tie 1,.' I..latlcounclJ may bebi-enniul.
( rc'S t ca u t UHl.I' little river in Gadsden CUlut 3d tin.e and pnsM'd : ordered! that; the title:beasaloresnid.Mr. Resolved further. That copy nf the foregoing preamble! and reso.
'- BOOTH I offered the resolution lotion be forwarded to our delegate: in Congress..Mr. .
I 2. I consider the Sib section especially improper. Congre.-s l following, whichvas LUVIi
offend
I'; in i: Lie I .let c)1 f the-ilsl .January 1S-23, gives tne autnority to the An act authorising George Fisher Sen., to lmih a ni-llart read and adopted.Resolved ; (. j j"ct.-d. the resolution following, vv Inch was read and re.
the districts and lock across the Ocklocknec river and for That the printer employed to publish the laws of
'. territorial legislature, to alter ami arrange [1&Iectiii1] otler purposes.. Resolved! That the legislative council, adjourn side die
b An act to rl'pealthc act to this session of the council ]be t'.iiected!: to all the divorce on !Saturday
.i 1 1:1: 'i.1Cl: manner as It) secare as near as may an equality prevent duelling. place the I 1th inal.
ul' repreMni.inon; in each: tnct/'aiid 1 until I a uenemllaxv is passed And that he had received antled in the secretary's office the and local laws at the end of the pllIphlcl-mlll'r! the. titepri.atl' : Mr. BOOTH made the following report :

I j on tne .s-ibj-c;, I 1\11 ill be opposed, 10 any alterationorchangein following bills, passed :1Lriu \ :uctc" The committee on the state of the territory to whom vva* referred
Lie; present u.x's regulating till election of members of the A u act to lay out aut organize the county of Franklin ; and The hill to establish a (ferry across Blackwater! river, was reada petition of sundry citizens of lJa\al coui.lv, praying to Ie reattached t th e :'
; c') Nci!, and especially hy an act of tins kind. 1 would prefer An act to incorporate a Bank in the tm"1 of JMi :u-lii. 2d and 3d time and passed : ordered that the tit'e' of the bill tu the county of tit. Johns ; I,

,, tiiiKxx-D I tm'inbers should t be ea-ctcd as at present, by general The resolution prohibiting the introduction of any new bill, be as aloresaid. REPORTThat ,
ticxel in tne txv equities! as 1- tiC case in .)t. Johns and Ios- was, on motion ; thereupon. The hill to incorporate the trustees of Bethel Acdemas: they have had the same under consideration arid are of opin. 1
; ; '.. qiu c M.ities, and l pirticularlv as 11 fir the representation asfixed Air. WRIGIITgavenotice that on to-morrow he would 3 kleave : read a 2d and 3d time and passed; : ordered that the title* lie( as ion r'lme that of it said would l ht inexpedient to inulvv any ahem ion in the boandj.
to introduce a : the Jurisdiction; of the aloresaid. county !hey lherefoi be: to be discharged from tha
1 by t.iisact, .vouid! he unequil. bil regulating cuuntyCoU further consideration of the which:
: I. i I c-i 4'IIIf'r tiie biundaries of t the new county, defined by the and justices peace, and! for other purpocs The bill! for the relief of Alfred Evans, was read a 3d l and 3d Mr. BYRD I fioin the ccm.miUeeon subject enrolled was agreed bills, to.
will be Mr. NUl'TALL introduced the t following bills time and ordered that the title be uloresaid. reIorted as cor
t act 111 ) it:\\1 ie. I. principal part of the population on :- {passed : as rcctly cnrolJ d.
.t';' tic t ,'\" 1 :?treaic b.,rdeisof the county.-Separated from each A bill to be entitled), an act to reiuVr certain debts, incurred The bill ta: be entitled, an act for the relief Jo-i.ih; Dvkes, An act to incorporate the Leon Rail Road Company.
: 4 ol.ie ', i, .uviieaccs. Will not oily enevitably result to one j >rtimor during- the last sickness of a deceased: person pnviledgcd:: debts was read: a 2d) and 3d time and passed ; Messrs Booth, Hunt, Au act to incorporate the town of Jackson ile.
: the tier, but in consequence thereot: there will be in- and -bil t be entitled, an act to establish medical boards in I Jones.! Lo\v, Nultalt, Pope, Priest, and Warren-8 voting lor: : An act to incorporate a company to be culled! the St. Andrews and
;t: i r s e.i 1 of harmony and community of interest and feeling, division I Ij" the territory of Florida. and Mr. President, and Messrs Cooper, Fitzpatnck, Robiou, Chipola canal company.
dissatisfaction, and discord. Mr. LOVE introd.ced a bill to be entitled, an net to compensate Sanchez and 'rigt-6: against it. An act regulating the rrWe of suing out writs of error nnd prose

.; J: 1 am, Sir, respectfully, persons kill wolves in this territory: ,-these bills The bill to !prox'jde fur the speedy settlement of all arrears ting An appeals m the court el" appeals of the territory of Florida -
I "4 Your obedient servant, were severally rC:11 a first tune.Mr. due the territory, and a bill! to amend, an act to raise a rex'enue: An act to incorporate the Central Dank of Florida.

; : (Signed) JAMES D. \V STCOTT: Jr. PRIEST presented a communication from J. H. \iseqr. : for the territory of Florida : were severally read a 2d time and L Au act act to in amend addition an to act tile to act regulate for the procedinga relief of in the chancery.'beir.n
it 4 H\):l. A. BELLAMY, which! was read and laid on the table.! ordered to be committed to a committee of the whole! to-inor- Aruv'e.An yfVilliaa

;. President of the council. The act to organise a C0Ut': to Ill{'alrtthc county of Fny- roxv.The ac: to provide for the division of estates.
: r Tie; act xvas ordered to be reconsidered to-morrow. ette, rejected on \esterday l by il.l acting H\tnn: was reconsidered acting governor made the following communication to An net to amend the several acts incorporating the Bank of
west t
T.ie 1 f nlowingcommunication was received from the acting and auieuded-antl read u Jd tune and passed. tIle Boue. Florida and fin joher purposes.An .

:;'; ,,)\er,lnr. The following :acts rejected on ye.-terday by the actinir governor EXECUTIVE OFFICE, TALLAHASSEE, act 'for the relief of Isaiah Dyke*. I
;.l 1-fJ:1 J EXEcurIvEOFFICE, TALLAHASSEE, ) were : :and passed, by the requisite majority.An February! I -.H. 5 An act to amend an act to provide, for the compilation and pnlicatioa
i February Sih 1832. $ act for the relief of Kcbeccn Pien>. SIR-! have approved, signed, and filed in the -.elrl'tary': : :, of all the statutes iu this. territory. 1
j$ SIR-I have received a copy of the preamb'.o and resolutions An act 1 li>r the relief of Enoch Dutllev.Aim office; the amended act entitled, an act to organise a countv An act conccl ning; the public;archives.

.i 1 i adopted] by: the council, up"m the consideration of the coin- act tot, the relief of liam lIiu's.An ; to he called! layette," the principal _objection against the original Au An Jet act to lo divorce pi o vide Joint for the Darby selection from of hid a w ife Teresa.in
::1 1-'t in micatioii made to t'.iem! on yesterday, lespectmg the documents act to dissolve the marriage: contract between Elizabeth bill h-ing iemox-ed lr,.' the aUll'n UCnli. 4tthu' I still entertain 1 county seat Jackson cora-

f and evidence upon xvhich 1 four certain divo/ce bills were. A. Breadelbane and Donald M. Breadelbane. other objections( to this law, I am not so entirely confident t ly.An act regulating the ties of certain officer

I fi) IllleJ. Tile disagreement opinion of the council and 11.1ft .- An act to dissolve the marriage contract between Wm. Kerr of their correctness( : or so tenacious. of my; opinions, as to reject An act to provide l ll r thc more utlectual settlement of accounts be.
; 6'.if; on this subject, is rega-tted, but the path: of dtity for me to and Ep.;y B. Kerr. the bill a second) time ; and I am the more disposed, to yield: I tween the territory and iodi\Idnals. -
t follow is di>tmctly and plainly marked: .111111 I am gratified that An act to dissolve: the marriage contract between Lorine it ii- them, as the repiesentatix'es; in the council of thodo: affected, areo An act for the relief of Mary: Can nady.
I I t in p.irsumgit, Ill) necessity lo/ tlii.ston can occ.ir. 1 have cou't mel and John Rumcll, Messrs. Balt/.ell), Booth, Cooper, Hunt I > decidedly! in favor: of i the law, and al e so certain of its nro- An act for the relief of John Carrulhers.An .
t bidercd tll! tour bills above referred to, and am constrained to Love, Nut tail, Pope, Priest. t, Rohiou, and Warn-n-11 I visions being conformable to the wishes of the peuple.I act l for the relief of Alfred Kvans.
j' reject them. Those: bills are entitled ; voting for ; and Mr. President, and\ Messrs Fitzpalnck, vSanche am, RESPECTFULLY, Au act to incorporate the trustees of Bethel Academy
'11..1 .7 '1. An act to dissolve the nurnage contract between Lorine /, and Wright.- 1 against them. Your most obedient servant, d.'tricl An act of to Florida Gx the; time and of holding the superior courts 'in the western

:; Il.nuel :md Jonn Riimcl.I Tne act to pw\.ilc !for holding the next session; of the legislative JAMES WESTCOTT, Jr. An act to authorise James H iz to establish:
i j: I!. Au act to dis.Mlve the nurriage contract leuvcenVilliain council territory in the city of ISt. Augustine: and 1 Hon. A. BELLAMT, at a place called PicoLta. a ferry across St. Johns'river

,fij Ktn and Ep y B. Kerr. l fur other puposes, and at such place thereafter as t the I legislative! President of the council.Mr. Tlie bill to alter the time of holding the superior court of Jackson
r4. 3. An .Ict for the relief of William Mims., council may direct,-rejected on yiMrnlay the ::ting grover BOOTH from the committee on the'judiciary, reporteda L county, was indefinitely postponed.
1t I'1.' An tci to dKs-iixe the nuriiage contract bot\xcen Eliza- nor!, was reconsidered and lost ; Messrs .Booth. oop Fitzpatrick memorial I, addressed to Congress, for formation of a hC* The 'bill to provide for lu} jug out the school lands in this territory,
.i btvli 'i. B/eulalbane; : and Dmall: Bieadalbane.: Jones, Pope, Priest, Hollol, J>:lcJl: antiVarrei-I Lm)) judicial district, to be composed of the counties of Jackst.n, was read a 2d lime and Cummitti-d to a committee of the whole. Ar.
f, I i t n aNo considered, and reject, two otner divorce bills, votniiflbr\ and Mr. Prcl'ut) and IM'e.s s _I1zci!, Hunt i I l.ovv, Kjiyetus Franklin; and Gadoden, which was read and laid on I Booth in the chair, who reported the same with! amendments the ie.
Vj/- Nuttall, and \\'ri'ihit-fJ against it. the table\ until to-morrow. port was received the bill read a 3d time and passed : ordered that til

; $ .5.:1 act 1 lor tile relief of Enoch! Dnd'ey. The House in a committee of the tvhofe, Mr. Hunt; in tIe \[ 11. ri'm-ATRICK introduced a bill. to be entitled, an act L title!The I eaVu'bre' -uid.

fi.; /;\11 ict f;.r tlic: relief llebecc.i 1'ieice. hair, resumed the con.Mdeiation of tIll act to ilCOrpolatl! [ ; ti.e respecting! tile public property at St. Marks, which was read l c'' was bill read to aincud a 2d time an act and to committed rai"e a revenue to for tho territory of Flort.i -
;I Tiu:: > f-jci tIll t j.tt': b.s;: are not sjupjxirtal by any evil1ence.rlIIHnc C.'ntrl Bank of Florida, and ii'pntti-d li.c* t-ame wit, amendments t first tillJ(. Mr. Jones in the char who reported the a c.mnl1ttetcf with ti.e vrhu1
same !
: ,' I llItL', I stiu coii 1'f .il'f .iig; t.u'tn, {but as 1 iiax-e IK.VII iiifluenCi'd in C'Minng! to this and passed : Mr. President and MOM-S Bahzeil), Booth) ,, Cooper, !lost ; Messrs Fit/pa tnck. Jo e and "'nrrf'n3'otilJJ' fir' and Messrs Batzull.! Booth, Byrd. Cooper. Fitzpatrick Jo es,
:. deci 'i ".t otTirr&Mi'iderations ai-o, 1 :liavc c-iixeixx-d it due to F'itzjri trick, Hunt, Nutal: Pope, Pnest t, Robinti i, Sanchez, and' :: IdIr.. President, and Me.-srs Baltzell, Booth, Cooper,"[ltuiit*, Lo\'p. r>utult Priest, I obioo. Sanchez and Warren-13 voting for: .'
$ the c i'uci', ;afuv tie (,',mn'aication: :: of the z lesoluiion abovementioned \\'a'Weii-1votiug : and Messrs Jones: Love, and Wright Nuttall, Pope, Priest, Robiou, Sanchez, and Wright-11 against ind Messrs llnr.t. Pope and Wright-3agaiial it.
'I
] : tll' Hist place' I regard the subject of divocement; as ';I e engrossed hi! to be entitled, an net to provide for the The bill to provide for the more effectual settlement of acct's. I read and adopted.

: F more prooeriy; rvlable; \tMjudicial; tnan the Ughlatioe de- m'IC> of :summoning! !grand alI) peti jurors was read a ;d time .'txx-een the tlTl'itor.vand individuais, was read a 2d and 3d I In pur.-iiance of; time house of which, territorial the chairman of that committee burnt ia

I pa; ;to.:nt. General I:ixx-s :pecilying tile causes for. which divorces and pasM-d: : (u1rlt taut the LI', an act to prescribe &c., ti.I.He ztnd paSSel ; 1\1;. Presidcnt, amid less Booth, Cooper, prescllce The ciigrossed bill to be entitled scrip. to the amount ot $2I>:3. .,

inn. be gritiuni, and regulating the mode of proceeding m The bill!! to entite'., an act to fix the time of holding the Itzpatnck, Jones Nuttall: Priest, RobiOu, Sanchez. !, and \\'nr- l lore justices of the peace, and regulating an act appeals concerning and proceedings writs of CEE fa
; +, hI c.t.: <:-11)\ 1(1 be enacted. One of the consequences of I legis. superior courts in western di.-trict of this territory' was "reada cn-9 voting lir ; amid lcssrs Hunt, and \\ nght-2 against I TlOilAUI. was r cad a 3d time and passed : 31' President, and
,,1I lat-.e .,11erl re'ncc with divorces, is their multiplication. Ana Sd tune and passed) : ordered that the title be as :atH( :aid. I Messrs Baltzell. Cooper] Hunt. Love, Nuttall! Pope. Priest, and Sanchz -
I :, impr>j>ei law can \\te obtained from a legislature with much Tie bill to he entitled! an act to authorise a Itth'in the it.The folloxving nominations were made by the acting governor I U) voting for : and Messrs Byrd, Fitzpatrick, Robiou, Warren,
: '. g'-'- Jtfr facility than an unjust judgment from a court. Every county of Franklin, was read a 2d time : a motion then was ;: agreed TO by the House, Viz- and Wright-5 against it.
I ;; considerationof com'euicnce-tlae dignity of f a legislature. j made to strike out the emctiu1nl'; ; : which prevailed :iimil'ti e Thomas, W. Raidlord{ justice of the peace, and Daniel T.I Th bill to provide for:he speedy settlement of all arrears due tie
nml tie: proper and, speedy determination! ofnioie important L bill lost ; Mr. :ll Sfs rs Cooper, Fitzpatrick, I Hunt, Seitgit, auctioneer, Jelierson county. I territorv of "Florida was read a 2d time and committed to a committee
of the \\'hoIe.
)
'1.' nutters) of legislation, it appears to me, should induce the refusal | Priest, SanchezVarren, and Wright-8 voting 1 lor; ank Messrs The House then adjourned until to-morrow 10 o'clock.! I mendments the Mr. Warren in chair, who reported the same with >.
take of such \\ Baltzell Booth Jones Love. N'uttalJ : I report was received the bill read a :3d time and passed -
: c by a !legislature to cognizance :subjects. e Pope, arid Robiou-7 against FhBKLAKV 10. I : Mr. President, and Messrs Byrd. Lote
: 4 have i in this territory a law by which the superior courts, are it.Tie TliH II lou =c met pursuant: adjournment, andaquoium Leiii" pre- I Nuttall. Pope Priest, !:obiou, Sanchez. \Varren-II Cooper. Fitzpatrick voting for:, I
invested with the power granting divorces, in certain cases bill to be entitled, an act to amend the several acts incorporating sent thitrnirint"* nl je-torday were read. Messrs Baltzell,and Uuut'J against: ordered that the title be asaforesaid.
j and upon an examination of these bills, I discover that rvery I the Bank of west Florida, \,11 read a 2d time and Mr. iiALTZKLL oI1tredtht memoral, preamble and resolutions .
J: r. ca c presented tome is cognizable( by the courts under that. act.AVliv .- committed to :committeof the whole! Mr. Robiou in t time chair : follow: ing. nil ch worn read md adopted. The bill to render certain debts incurred during the last sickness bf

13: not refer the. parties .to a tribunal. where. ,the decision, : isi : who' reported tIe same with amendments the reuott t was received .I of Tulit'America.Tin1 Seuateauid. House Keiirebentativea- ofih-- ---- ITniht1-.... .!.t.'n.."s deceased persons priviledge debts was read a 2d and 3d time and
: t 1lt.c'r made- l1plU1 lnose and erpuric iuiinc-wiivit olle notlcct the bill was read a 3d time and passed ; the; bill was amended : memorial of the legislative council passed : orderd thai the title! be, an act to amend an act concerning
If! tt i' tin'u, anti all concerned l 1irly heard, and were. uolluen.lv by adding u and 1 for oilier purposes." : hat at their |-itt.session in pursunncv respectfully of an showeih.of wills, letters, testamentary, and the duty of executois administrator,

4 f : J 1'Ie'rights' of the innut'diate parties,. but of their children, are The bil to l he entitled, an act to provide 1 lor taking the census ,I they liaveittci; rpoiaii-d, a cnmpan; tw roiinect the waters act of the Congress m. and The guarJians.bill ,
j a fully, considered and protected.? In most of the states the rules I II of tie territory of Florida, with a view ;o the more tqual : lach.co.a :iinl Clia| livers with tho Bay of Andrews.. Tlie Anna-in 1- was read a 2d to amend.and 3rd time an act and to impose a tax on hawkers and pedlars, "
passed : ordered that the title be a*
I 'I! of taeir legislatures, in noticing applications. for divorce, have j1'! I become much more riirid than formerly. lost, a motion) to strike out the 1st section and enacting clause, south g-nnra-ly will t tm estimated by reference to thecharacterlof the The bill to establish medical boards in the of Florida was
1 1 n These divorces are.all a viticulo malrimomi. Four of them are prC\'ail1; .Mr. President, and Messrs alrlt'I, Coopes Fitz- gi.'.t fclreums thus pn''ioscd Itt. be' united. read a 2d time and lost a motion to strike out territory the 1st section with the f.
H for alledgcd lIlfi dlt\'. The two otners, the 1st and 6th) pairick, \ Nuttall, Pope Priest, a and War AppalacJ.u-ola; ix one f the largest and finest Btreams of the enacting clause prevailing.The .
f I.; r. are for dessert'ion and 'bad treatment, with the additional! cause reu-l vtUzIgor ; and Messrs Jones, Hurt, and \Vrihit-3 south lioth coiiMdcralilc.having as Us and tributaries tle: rivers Flint aud Chattihoochie bill to compensate persons killing wolves, was read a 2d and
; in the last of conviction of infamous criwe.f against it.: intending to a great distance northwardly and 3d time and passed : Messrs Baltzell. Hunt. Love, Nottall, pope,
,
f i;: Until very recently adultery was not acknowledged as cause The bill to be entitled an act to provide for the division of I To ha\in allow' on aauitaljlc their bank.4 t ullet rT\ IU to| K tat rained(Is ai.c on II.11 these t, r,\I'I. :i i'I' Priest, and Wright-7 voting for ; and Mr. President, and Messrs

: for a divorce a a rtncu/ts/ and if is wen extabishedthat:: ) the causes estates, was read a 2d and 3d time and passed ; Mr. President) I Itll, >uj.jly the defects III the nav i;ation of the Bay of Appalachicola r ers, and is Byrd The Cooper bill Fitzpatrick. Robiou, and Sanchez against if

nil-Igod in the 1st. and Cth bills above mentioned warrant only, and Messrs Baltzell, Cooptr, Hunt, Love, Nuttl, Pope, Priest, the ol>jct of the proposed canal. 2d and 3d time respeclinglhc and passed public: ordered property that the at title St. be Marks aforesaid.was read I

ud'Korcen menra there. Sanchez, Warren, \Yright-l \' fr; and Messrs The complete adaj,tation of the Bay of St. Andrews torthese purposes The llou e then adjourned until to-morrow 10 o'clock.as
fh I' Another and an insuperable objection with me to these bills Fitzpatrick, and against it. } is acknowledged by all who have seen 1t.& will appear more eviueiil i- FEBRUARY 11 Ir

n: is that they bastardize thr children of the parties'' during the TIlt resolution heretofore offered by Mr. Priest providing for from n letter addressed to a member of the council, which from The House met pursuant to adjournment, anda being present r
t I j nnrriage titus, dissolved. Bein thus made illegitimate, they an additional member to the counties of Alachua! and Columbia, the character its author, and uU knoxvu ability! in the service is cu- the minutes of yesterday were read. quorum
; cannot 1111l'rithc property of their parents, nor their other relations was read and adopted.Mr. I! titled to great credit. We think we are not mistaken in saying that Mr. WARREN presented the petition of Sarah Stafford, praT r.\
it better of
I i! and other legal inconvenience* arise, which should have SANCHEZ from the committee on enrolled bills, reported -! to present the pllLlic.I a account that Bay, than has ever been submitted to be divorced from her husband James Stafford' which was reaoJi*

,L been guarded against by a section sp daily declaring this \livoci il' i- correctly enrolled, an act to organise a county to be The practicability of the canal for a small sum in Thereupon he introduced a bill for the relief or Sarah Stafford whwasread
1 l'' ; m.ould not bastardize the issue of the parties during their called the county of Fa'l'te.'llc I the magnitude and importance of the work, will appear comparison by the report with aforesaid.I st, 2d and 3d time and passed : ordered that the title be II

nFl n'i'IZ('." bil to be entitled, an act to prevent nuisances on the of the same gentlem.in, based upon actual survey, which likewise The preamble and resolutions offered Mr. Sanchez f
by >on
In cases of allcdged adultery no legislature should ever inter- shores Fisheries, was read a 2d time and lost : the enacting accompanies this memorial. were read and amended by adding to the first resolution tbre y- WGtP
i feie, until after trial and conviction! for il.e oilencebefore a court. i clause having lel ordered, on motion to b stricken out. We hope tb..t it requires no argument to prove that the United States and continue for two conths" as acr ended, they were adopl led. "'.
; Omnipotent :nt j id: the power of the BntwJi Parliament, no diVorce j The bill to be entitled, an act concerning executions, was are, albo. di-eply inteitbtedm; the success if this measure. They have President and ,"essrs! Cooper Fitzpatrick Hunt, Nuttall. Prieat.
,' has ever Lll1rantt'd by it, exapt upon that species of read a 3d time and committed to a committee of the whole, already! eipiersedjthat' : ii.tcrnt. b> the attention paid to applications biou, Sanchez, Warren, and Wright-10 voting for, and 3Ie8Sis a1t.
i ( c\'i,h'ncH. Mr. Jones in the chair, who the same with aniend- made lor ;jiormi&tiioii to cut it, and by their directions, in their firar act zell. Booth. B> rd, Lox e.and Pope-5 against it. /
reported legislation. ., ou she. subji'ct.. that it should be constructed so as to form Mr. HUNT) by leave of the offeredby "
( ." I in doubtful of the power of the council to grant divorces. mendrnents ; the report was received ; the bill read a 3d time a iinK' in tile grand chaiii" 01 communication House withdrew the resolution
'I. ;!t ,I It is an act of such high uncontrollable sovereignty that the and passed.: ordered that the title be as aforesaid. Gulf of Mexico liy a provision that the officers contemplated and others a long the him on yesterday.The .
resolution
rigi.t of it i liv; a legislature limited subordinate and engaged following was offered by Mr. Byrd :
'xercJ8ing on business of the United States, should be from
toll an
exempt which Resolved. That the treasurer be. and he is hereby authorised,,
t ij 'I, J. d-undent} as thai of Florida, may well be questioned. The acting governor communicated to the House that he had was obviously intended with a view to the transportation of troops and required lo continue the issue of territorial! scrip. under the same .
". Cn'irr-ss! : have repeatedly expressed their dissent such laws, approved, signed, and filed in the secretary's olHce the I' munitions nl war, in the canal, and which is strictly secured in the regulations restrictions, and provIsions.. under which it has been !1i
: being! passed by the council, by repealing them. acts :- following charter,; of this session, they have further expreasd their wishes as to tofoie' issued by the laws of the territory. Mr. Wright moved to add
An act to incorporate the town of Ocheesee. us success.Then these words but such scrip shall not bear internal" which wIS lost:
Ewry case submitted to their revision, has been annulled An act respecting the payment of postage on public : is, however, no difference of opinion as to the practicability Messrs Byrd. Hunt. Nuttall, and Wright-1 voting for; and Air. m- ,
of this canal its
fbi t 'wit'I. Is it respectful Congress to disregard their repeated An act to establish a f ferry across the Appalachicola' leler.'cr, at U'liiUt its, usefulness or the necessity of its construction. sident, and Messrs Baltzell, Booth, Cooper, Fitpatrick, Love. I IPriest 1'0,
is felt
.. ) .V cjsion.; !, and again attempt the exercise of this power inc Ocheee. l haii created irnpoiinnce and acknowledged on all hanrl and Robiou, Sanchez, and \\ arren-11 against it. ',
-. \ nee of their admonition ? that he had filed the a warmth and zealous feeling in its behalf: itis found that The question was then taken on the adoption of the resolution, P&>
following acts, passed against the individual exertion will be unequal to the task. unless aided by the decided in the negative; Messrs Byrd, Hunt, and Nnttall-3 tOrt
veto, in the secretary's 81 0 nilice rice of the general government.We .
ofce. forr and Mr. President, and Messrs Baltzell Booth, FitZat'Cooper. I
I .nm gratified that in rejecting these bills, I introduce no new An act to dissolve the marriage contract between John llu- trust we do not mistake in appealing to the generous course that Love, Pope, Priest, Robiou. Sanchez. Warren, and Wrpt
rule. Sic the organization of the territory, but one divorce mel and Lorine Rumell. has ever been pursued by government in ulvuncing wnrk of this kind -12 against if .. .
has been granted with the approval of the executive, and that act to dissolve the marriage contract between Wm. Kerr e do trust that our appeal on a subject of such engrossing and vital Mr BYRD introduced bill providing for the repairing and &&&
w.is annulled by Congress immediately. Governor Duval has and Epsy B. Kerr. interest to our country will not be ineffectual. ing the capitol and improving the square, which was read a l UluJ 2&
not, during his ten yearn administration, sanctioned a single An act for the relief of William Mims. Resolved therefore Thatour delegate in Congress be, and he is time. Mr Baltzell moved to strike out the sum of $1200, in die .?*
ew of J this kind, and I decidedly approve of his course. An act to dissolve the marriage contract between Elizabeth hereby requested to use his eierlions to procure from Congress a grant I propriation, and insert $500, which was lost: Messrs Baltzell, Cooper
of land in
aid of theChipola and St. Andrews Canal Warren and 6 for and Mr. Preli481
Very respectfully, A. Breadalbane and Donald M. Company. Love, Pope, Wright- voting ;| .
Your Bradalbane. lie it further resolved, That our said delegate be requested to use his I and Messrs Booth, Byrd, Fitzpatrick. Hunt, Nullall, Priest, RoblOUtj'
most obedient servant, An !for the relief of
act Pierce further exertions
t t Rebcc ; and to procure a subscription ot stock from Congress to and Sanchez-9 against it
: JAMES D. WESTCOTT, Jr. An act for the relief of Dudley. said Company. i I The bill was read a 3d time and passed ; Mr. President", and 3feSSi.

Hon. A. BELLAMY, Mr. NUTTALL presented a letter from Betsy Floyd and Be it further resolved, That a copy of this memorial and resolutions' Booth, Byrd, Fitzpatrick, Hunt, Nuttall, Priest,Ro iou, Sanchez, ,:
S President of the council. Ben Chaires executrix and executor of Davi Floyd, which and of the charter of the company be forwarded by the governor to the Wright-10 voting for; and Messrs Baltzell, Cooper, Love,, rope,
The act was ordered to be reconsidered tomorrow.Mr. was read : ordered that the same be Messrs Nuttall delegate.Mr. Warrec-5 against it. .

: FITZPATRICK introduced a bill to "be entitled, "an O/ti, BalzdlJ Sanchez, and Wright. SANCHEZ offered the preamble and resolution following. .' ,
which
were read and adopted.
act to prVj tefnrdivorces.Tbo The ) entitled, an act revise and amend the several &
t WHEREAS the act of Congress entitled, An act to amend the The bill for the relief of Mary Rhynes, wa rcadZL 2d and 3d ]
of
House tbea Buljouraed until to-morrow 6o'clock. acts this relative ,
of
j territory justices the peace, was read several acisfo; the eeublifihmeat of a territorial government ia Flori and passed ; OI led lh&tho tillejbe u aforesaid .. "

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'- 1 rfcAM-oAT YvAKDEREfc ) rai t to one single acf, thnt can in the slightest deg: e ZtzL- HOUSE OF REPRESENT A'tl VES. -

--'FLOBmIAN : I Arkansas pair theu title to that property? Bv whalthey hod! it MoudayJau. 30. The .
Lcrritury, N uv o 11:531. ( speaker presented a
-__ I U".care no, ploughing the Aississ.pp'i ai Vhe fate they will now disdain to inquire ft is theirs; and, at memorial from the Free Trade Convention, recent- {STOP THIEF.-Stoeh -,
cvrry hazard they are to defend it. Abstract
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4, : I ofiudvomile.anhour. It is at this time above ordinary qflcsious. flue prepared themes r declamation ly assembled in Philadelphia, on the subject of subscriber on the 2jth inIn7 .
but.
T."LL\i'AS has may present
height, and a negro man IARi
of four the Tarilf. It
-- I current miles an hour. it is strange that it should be to tell a was laid on the table, and 5000 to slim blaclc
Virginia
fellow
About SUOiii.! .lies above Uu.ii necessary about 40
MORNING, FEI3RUtY! 2 I the Ohio. The water bears receives their its great tributary Legislature, that the fortunes and lives of the people copies, in addition to the usual number, directedto Amcant.y u.rth. but speak* good years English ore : is aD ,
distict .
rESD.r .
I and refuse to unite lor some miles below ai.pearancJ, ought not thus to be sportea with, and that adebate be printed. Mr. Johnson 'of Kentucky, from bright bay HORSE is four years old, LMand a

, lsf'di\'credon' the sunjcft I of ::ir. Van I iheOliioisiransparen.asthe the junction which mty be productive of the most horrible consequences the Committee on the Post Office and Jfost Roads, a few white hairs on his forehead and a. j Jo tail .

have Wen published; our columns! I \Inch it receives its being, and the mountain Mis s springs' ,es frum should have been arrested in its commence reported a bill to reduce the postage on periodicals hind foot : also, a red roan MARE, is six" years on old ono
Vofliflatiofl cover. ment.It and Mr. Wilde from the Committee has a mark on the It ft four
I eel with all the rich alluvial pamphlets. jaw inches long :
through which from
: the laws and proceed- it m** has been said that abolition will be afterwards ,
wound hen
of colt.
by a _
4I'Ir1ctdY I'nriro I lUllS journey to the ocean. It well deserves the Title Ways and Means, reported a bill making an
'" Ruined, we arc unable to find room for I or-Klier Rivers," which it received from the Red attempted unless lull compenvuion be made to the ow- appropriation to carry into etiect tile 2d article! of A reward of $1 00 will be given for the arrest of tha
ners ol the slaves
laic lids notion compensation the thief and
lbc(: warm'ashingtonThe I men, hose bones now whiten: Its shores. Occasional the treaty at Wilkinson.. Mr. W. B. Shepherd recovery of the above property, or $50 fop )
into the
.Iil1 most extraordinary that ever entered mind of he and for the
is I the lanb property $50 thitf; who is
\ r I ly it IS gentle as and is confined from the Committee on Territories supposed to ;
within
1 the : narrow man.Vhence is the compensation to proceed From reported be one Pilcher who
lead in opposition Stephen
/J/ \ Ca1I' take the I I iinii.s, running quietly within banks not more than the State The State is the j eople. No contribution a bill to fiix the salaries of the Governor, Secretary t line. He ia about 5 feet, 10 inches disappeared at the sam

0>1 fGcn. ''arkson The dcninciajtcranl holt mile in width; ai other times ItS width is more than is expected or desired from that portion i-f our country and Judges, of the Territory Arkansas. and round shouldered, is about 30 high, stout built h'pt'i
aaiiiflItrlI: uuuulcd and 4
I Us progress resembles the rushing of the where there lew slaves. The citizens of the The House resumed the consideration of the years of age, ha ofiofl
and the political i bori.onn I are or no Apportionment light hair and blue one of his '
frequent Lion on Ills At the int eye eyes has been
I prey. *> here the injured
ff ,
i state \lh -
aC th' I from west will require, und justly too, that at le.xst as much Bill. \Wickhlfe's motion to recommit by a sun-shot wound. A. N. .
in JOHNSON
in f.ouri is the
MilliTaid n j-jx-eHi I bi-puratcd of -
Gov. Territory Arlwiisas t
.,,. STORM- I I uvcr formerly made a benu of sixteen the money as. they pay into the public treasury shall be the bill to a Select Committee, to consistof Jrflerv irniniy, February 28th lq32. 28fNEGROES.On
Daren lias forced mo from the rai.us miles. Five or expended m the improvement of their own part of the one member from each State thej
*Mr Van I I &ix years u-.t, as if Urc i so lon a journey in this of was lost-yeas i.
State. !
are The sa\c-holdcrs then themselvesfor
"' ,arc to pay monuay 'J
considers! the fauhful adherentsadministration. rushed } 7G( 115. Mr. Wicklifle then moved to if
it
ay''he I improvement thioujn the tongue of land for- their A will avoid nays
ouiibiave-s. Mardinexi
plan
more simple will
-\I'ho. the7wul mtel by the huiI, and now stnke from the bill 4 ,OOO as the ratio, but before be sold at
Lc the
A:ain charges I I accomplishes distance in the expense collection and direit the owner to surrender Monticello, in the county of Jefferson

p. the patron-ire and offices of the I a half mile. There are many v r'large and beautiful his property. The burden of purchasing the the question was taken the House adjourned. I likely slaves, belonging to the estate of, Auraham 2d- f
> \1sil1- I 1-jldiids in the nver. frnnihuiteelf borne J.
'j slave must necessity be by the Cabell deceased. Terms
1ent to infu"nrc local politics in S. Can.lina, I Vile 01 ihcni, Woif island, contains eight thojsand la\ holder alone, and all hope of compensation be Tuesday, Jan. 3 1.-The resolution heretofore known on the day of sale.oauJOHNG nude I'ULQIO.

'." 1 .{-d I to "a criminal I anth'or1'uIt I acri-b. They are all coxercd wstn gi.;..niic timber, and omplctely delusive. If compensation be begun wIt)., submitted by Mr. Jenifer, together with the a- '

..,,t .111',111J'eliu.. : A wfln1 I contain &''ii uf tie riclu-st qualityut arc rendered lorhe I it is evident that such an absurdity must SOOn caubC it niendincnts proposed by Messrs. Thompson of O- GAMBLE Executor.

''1'n1lefr.. Van Kurcn Prc>i.lnt-- t p.'i sent, entirely Useless, frum the ovcruWinof, to be abandoned. hio, and Archer in relation to the removal and __February 1832. 2.1tds. '1

,"nluh cr' i :-nc friends r.f ::i r. Calhoun in Flor1 I 1I1 i nl': 'i'iiis is indeed, an objection to the whole BIll could compensation be in any mode obtained, colonization of l free peoPle' of color, was referred DISSOLU'rION OF COPAR1 : .1. 4Fihi1

JarkMn's popuhnty toffre 1 country. The rises arc soiaj,uj, and Uie banks so low, ftr if the rights ofvrptrty are to be entirely disr.:goi- to the Select Connttee raised .-The
Osl Gen. on that subject.- copartnership heretofore j
Those"ho I that ill the distance of a hundred nines, scarcely dCIV! 11II-his of abolition is er- J
you is:1n ..
process going unIt, Hat Some under the firm ofI.. & \V'. Brooks
discussion took
rons.fi'icnoc.and A nwt of armour fur bee a spot on w inch a In.u., ould be bale from its mroaiJs. safety will there be for the white inhabitants Slaves, place on a resolution hereto ed 0;the first was dissolv
of
*' fore oJi red Mr. E. Everett day January last, by mutual 1
fill At by calling on the con.
: I'laceswtlrC} the boat land to while and ,
hat "tI1 iby. now d(i? TIll'ran. many receue kept toMil'jeclion, are submissive easily controlled sent.close. Either of the
._:.6.mr..ts. wood and "stoics," the houses m the dealers of th.i&e ; but, lei any number of them be indulged with President t for a copy of a treaty with the Cluckasaw the business said undersigned, are authorized to .'J'

CEJ l.IIJ Mammon; thy ClIl11otil longer articles "te elevated on piles, IIIh abmc the surface of the hoj.e of freedom, one must have but little know 1j II Ii I- tribe of Indians, which was arrested by a concern.MARTIN ; It.

c 0\1 ('cn. Jackson's bitterest for. and still I the bank. The time must come, when the whole couu- i cdiie of their nature' who is0 be informed, that they call lor the orders of the day. The Apportionment WILLIAM BROOKS, I- gtS.

'thef. .TIH'Yn. try will lie reclaimed by embaiiKmctiis, if the volume of reject restraint and IK'come almost wholly UIUL1H1:1.cble.h : Bill was ajniin taken up. After a debate of '\ chlmlle, February 29t 1332. BROOKS. 'luvalporl

,'I'plillrilY! 10 crush thl'ir opponents- water it nut reduced s., ml1ciilJ'c\-l'r.1llOua, : 1 think 1 i is by the expectation liberty and by that a- considerable length, Mr. \\ cklitfe's motion to4OOO 23tf ?

%rir t1.1 l L"1"; '* skin-ihi-deccptiMii) jsc\pr; >- it ill t b after the forests whicH cnc' ii>pass it for thou- lone, that they can be rendered a daut.wus opidation. from? the bill as the ratio, was lost: Yeas IEOIt SALE.-The Ibllowing- tracts :hiza' .
_.c r r'an .s> ofinitcs, are made to disappear i irom before the I So long as we are true to ourselves, there can be nothing or ]arcclsof land situated
To the fence: miul be the watch- D4, Nays 9:1.> Mr. Hubbard then moved to strikeOut on Lake Jackson irt said
_To the cucd! ciii rrj'rJiii': sctllers, a- to reduce it withm the limits of to fear.Should 4tS' and insert the ratio but before the cunty of Leon, Viz-The est half of the south
the banks; for the soil is ton fertile an-1 our countrymen ourslavcs be taken from us, what will be the 44,000 as : west quarter of section eight, in township two ? am

I. are too entrrprivug: to Miller it to rcnvam uncultivated.Wr value tt'ur l.IIIJiV bat labor is to supply mat of the question was taken, the House adjourned. one, north and east, the east half of the south, range east .! n hi
accustomed to See lar on hick the is be W Wednesday, Feb. 1.-The resolution, heretofore of section
are .e trees. our JSusque- w country to deprived e can hope for quarter seven ; the north east quarter of ,'jth j jt
Fiorida Iiitng.-; hannah bottoms, but they arc pigmies compared wuh immigration, s>o long as the more fertile lands of the proposed by M. E. Everett, calling on the I section seventeen ; te! west, half of the south west

"n-crt the fliUovinUiL' lily gigantic. Walnuts. and Sycamores and cotton tr..esol west ate unoccupied; aid who can doubt, if our slaves President for a conv. of a .nart of a treatv oJ with the I quarter of the same ; the noahest quarter of section nbet'res
t
::1..... 1.ii.cON,- will ,pe-p. (> c Hie .\I1ssisIpFi.) were gone, tina: emigration from our country would bes ChIckasaw tribe Indians, was further debated eigh'een ; the east half of the! southeast quarter of

frirl.in Iii. '!1a1icr-.ttIf'y|' can be sustained 1)\.' They make the sawyers and snags s>o much dreadedby I ill greater than at present? The sre-ne of desolation by Messrs. Huntingion and Polk. The debate section eighteen, and the north half of the west half of tt

eni By the continued of the banks sketched fiom imagination by some of orators the south, ast quarter of. ctjr'n
proof. y.k r. navigators. wearing your was arrested by a call fo the orders of the day.- eighteen containing
mO't ilti factory hundred and these .mmenbc trees are deprived: of their supp-rt nd \ith a patriotism that we
Iaac for of Cl.ipola. bad one carried with the current unlil their routs :x'come imocJ- rCl1, d ib tKtion, would be rcah cJ. discussed at length. 'I'he motion of Mr. and ranp-e containing in all six hundrci and ei-'h'iv

la:crop. From tin he ocd in he soft bottom t'f the Ii"'cr. The presume of l.i all countries and conditions of life, there must l be great acres. For terms &c. apply to 3
(.fcnC.: rnrtofbis I Hubbard, to-stnke out 4 ,OOO and insert 44,000,
ccre resdur.1t2 ;. ihe stream upon the top, causes them to move up and I vils; but we had thought our own were not jjrealeihan B. D/MASON, attorney for
the
and from ,
I\fiiclcnt; tt' ,jlant fifty acre down, and lunce their name o1Savveis.tten, from those of other people. Our slaves are a cheerfu as the ratio, was finally agreed to, Yeas 9S, in fact for James '.1. Wall.

one or.drcd&nimveiit-fic thousand poun.ls. the ice and other cau>eb the limns; jot \\urn oil, and the and on cucd race, c-tn-ng y attached to their owners, Nays 96. .-Marianni, -kson-rr.t \\ F., Febth I&32 2Stf sot

c .the 1\II'hc" of ocd mer.nt.1Le roots firmly fasitneu: in the! mud l el .w, so that the tree I. nut.V1 1 oominuc so uiue. great pains bo taken U/ Thursday, Feb. 2.-The resolution proposed MA RSHAL'S SALE. Eli

( cJan"- no longer moves, it is called a 0.:11.It was only >rc\enliu Let no man persuade himself that he is I! by Mr. E. Everett, in relation to the treaties here

: : fugar, and funriccn thousand gallons ofmoUs. last sprinjr [I\\ the Daniel iioone and one other fine serving the cause of humanity by weakening the bond ;. with tie. Cnickasaw tribe of Indians, was further WII..L be sold at public auction to thy,

scan boat were sunk uy tiie eli';otintt r of snags. They! between master and slate.-Any blu%v aimed at the discussed by Mr. Clay of Alabama. until the expiration he--;! bidder, for ca.,!t in the city of TalIaha !- lalbaBrd

,to\,,, extremely fc"erc'cat her in December were en.irely des.r"'dt ,nu rr.arly all the property e>n owners will fall with tcnf ild violence on the objects of of the hour usually allotted to morning :"ef, on the 2dth day offth.. ihe follawin;
(111D) board lost. .The numotr of wuh this mifelaken property, to \"it9. negro man mmcd Si1vannill
g >vein.no.i..as a men philantrophy. ; -:rc--
deal cf his fclandlD 'n business. The bill then taken
cane
apportionment
: ,'ldCb r.10; ,t a great machines employed in t.ieir iviii vai, bul they will ,-ontnme But why these new apprehensions! of the danger of was vied on as the property of David B. [\comh. '.sats

and the ub-equcnt w mi spell he was com, to exist s" Ions as i.ie ticcs r. lll.lIUlle.lr the mer. :111 increasing slave 'population Were they more nu.I I up. Mr. McKcnnon of Pennsylvania, who on fy an execution in fnvor of John C. Armistead, for
ficlJ. 1'r.e uld be than be for c\'md yesterday, voted with the majority on the motiot S1GO, with inurcst and cost, and A
oe t went"liH' acres of hi only ctftcl1aly.o rc.H..e tui.mv to meious they can }>ussibiy centuries to negro man named
Ird to Tlr.d r tno nioii clear all me lands wiiiun is rC.1.1I.ti tiestr y .IIC trees. ;v ithout aims and incapable .tconcert, allY insurrection to strike out 41 and insert 44,000 as the ratio of I Lrutus, one named Pody, add a negro woman named I 1832

l1e k.d .11 3-Hio"ll> i l.iscane. 45 acres of cot fhc number of w ilii fOWl \v *. h.i ce II, WI/uld uc almost would be immediately quelled; and few or many, representation, moved a re-consideration 01 that Katy,-a Pianno Forte, two yokes of oxen, a wa 'nand I. 9. 1

e. atpott 2U l'alrs, It'.l'aCM-h in coal, I ilcIJiiJletlltho' s> wli-. ha.-Il.t. b en .aeTv.. 2:0 man can I b. scenic agiuiibi- the act of a fanatic who vote. The motion to reconsider was carried, yeas i a woodcn sugar mill; satisfy the aforcsr-irl vx.cutinn .

\\lalch JicJd"I t r'loeks ,'.ntiiinin; tliou-ands a.c 1*"'iU.llly in &ijhtof ; has rebilv. to throw assay his own life. We can 100, nays 9 J. The question then recurred on and (JOc'other in favor of O't'en1'. RcYfor ,

rbrLUrflC'O h:1rIt'b.-200') bushels of oats from the Boat. I tm my ,uu u u ..u.m.ng and w-nton never believe.so long as the vast regions! to the southwest the amendment proposed by Mr. Hubbard, to $ 15OO, with ilpre and costs.J. .

ar.d fiom 13 acres iu jc'ta1ies be mad.j 4liOIJ i fciiore .. ucre the liai : ..'c..i .u .he suite 01 .,1: s..an, w inch can be cultivated only by slave labor, are strike out 4S, and insert 41,000 as the ratio. Mr. \ HUGHES.. m. for Coyion

acres Jo tdi\o in wood, aii.M 111'IHtltUIIII.d! vutu afine yet lo b. bcttUd, we have to fear the existence of re- Allan of moved recommit the bill to ,_. T. E. RANDOLPH, marshal.
)liHiirl- to
this cntjihftvoikcd3\) 10 Kentucky, i innrv '), "t 13 ..
making :
.he J. In goose,\ii" 'i wh-.sc q.m > now tnaoi. ...: t.> eo-. uondant slave population.: Any laws to exclude it > 2Stds
a Select Committee with instructions so to fix the : T
ere cmj'iojcd} in building &c. until it wa, siiUii mi'U., .--Ai. iiiiuii: I I: tiinun the tV'.iii that: p.ii; i ol our country must be transient and in- MARSHAL'S SALE leaving ,
horn ratio as to reduce the number of members to 200. \
the About that time lie ;'iu.ctia- ini\ts ofa'.MtU i.ir; :. |j.c...MJ. n.ey .ere U c p.tseIi- et cLu.1l. No scheme of emancipation has ever been B Y virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias ;
"," ntitavf crop. gers .. liie a -:1:11.1 ...1t'1 > 1.1' v.i-; i v.i.bJl- su.;-; s>.-d whicii was not svideiilly! impractie- --blc. Lvery This motion was rejected, yeas 32, nays 101. Tile j ,

: I dditional! bam*. lie ued a vei'tical, or peipe.f. t &.rO\"l.J a fv.- \'ars: as; y ,Jurating; of hr ioikr. pi: in i is e-ither wholly inefficient or beyond he ut- House then adjourned. to me delivered! I shall expose to sale to the lef ;

worked !b SOUl mule- and wit he tudB -Acritk-.s Jrlu i :;i.. .\.:-eaie ufoinin; lest inquout. niosL resources of tile btate, and in all cases attended Friday, Feb. &..-A joint resolution was adopted Ii T.-4lhh.iiice highest liieluer on the capitol square in the city of 1egrrons
flII. } ftc
, :.ilr tin! Iiog-tiads a cJa). Ouc !11"nIIII.t': ; : .1tP vri l'. ivc ;\1 ,J sa.dnes and goeiu me-n find I w.lll incal.ulat)1e! danger. In our fears posterity, Itt appointed a joint Committee to make: arran- ride, claim,,and on interest: 31st day r.f Davis of March, all the right :

!:Glcr"; milh'J.III.II.JC I lit .lieu UK ics'. ( .\"' 'iirv a p.;!t Ii c. .It,. ic.gt. ""f Lt.c U& nIl forte. 1I1Ir own safety; and lesisting hazardous! gements lor the celebration ofthe centennial birthday :t .' : Floyd, to one nero -
'ave
the
ma i by of Charles
biderburtCd' aft!\\luclihe mrtde LJut tour, 12 1 I.Ubiiios. i-ie ILLS lii.t eiiLiiub ar" better m elo t.i.m experiments have confidence that our JcscclIJams will I of George \"aslungtlm.Ir.. Evans, of| the of said name levied on 33 .ciie c
j property Floyd, to execution in
satisfy an
ed three sets or i for-.uriy, und-i ;iitt.e. KI ni .1 l "-11 arc CIIIII} .yttl as pi- be able to takv care of the'iiselves. \\hen emancipation Maine addressed the House lilt 'of
I J.L'i were ) altogether making at some length on :i j f."or John W. Shnoiiton. Sale witl.in the hours 0wee
Jots an-1; cajKams.: Tilt .nly ojici.onn w, an i u i is tttttCSJhtCC, .t must be Ute silJW work of time. It i ;
ort'ered
d with a lull resolution by Mr. E. Everett, relative! to i prescribed by
.:di The null was laqueutly slo.p.| a jri I a. 'IV.: JO >tc'\a1..n.: iravv-ning dn the Ohio and may :-.ake .enerd:lll\lS foi its accomplishment! and will k.' 1 la.w.A. :
the } A. FISHER
( d.m. for
11 I
ld of JUice. Out uf fifty tiillUtf: enijnu)fd, about 2 i .Mis- '>--p'i) ; in u.Kertajuty i "ladl1u'Jur desiin- flIps piooabiy require little or no legislative interpobi.1011. i- Ii i T. E. RANDOLPH, marshaL the
ationa .H..filL'; Tile trom lhs.lur .
anv' ti no. trip : ; to F..hnt.1n' 2thi 1 2. "fi
re kllo"'l. icw> \;. ',;:!" is sjmL'inej iiiade: 1:1: un days md oi-ca- unseasonable is the time chosen for your un- Pitbiic Executions.:cat i improvements are 28tds
IbflicieUiattliemillbo'ilm, *Te. when put op cost ill it"i heavy debate! Those alarms here ? Men executed I MARSHAL'S SALE. I ofitely
iiot1.tIh; } 20 an eoisuiiied acciJinj'lisiinx) he lor.uWUc so much exaggerated, begun-why stop are privately I

ol t $lJtICj I f;>us '\ wiiu-n irjsc, co.oj.cl tile beats to anchor abou, h.td subsided; and you, who ou lu to have exertedy and a l fourth of the city half informed |nr- %/ILL be sold at public auction to :

TbeUmateon soppoVuiou will butis: len:; hnurs "Ill OiC' .C )k 21. --urieives to coal nu the tranquility of the country, haps by the ight of a black flag and by the tu\-\ l' the high-si bidder: for c:1sh" in the city of 1 allahasacc -

The (general ;,,-crurncut should cmpl..)' sonic srientific haw again disturbed it. Your uiicuiunab have iui.ic hug e>i" bcllM lit 7 in "the IUltruju Now suppose on the 31st tiny of March, the following

II bhd,. at 5 cents a pound $li O 1'I'r-,1I1 tl/ltl.d\c a survey an.: rlian:' ol Jic rmr, >ftI ,: m! "urreciio .-- I he country has yet to learn, why they were executed at the dead jf night, hrtcetied property, to wit :-the} r ast"I af! of the southwest ,
nutftp'ite' :iU cts. 4: qr. If
\\\W gs'.ls. of at 9 I tl.ua: LK' iist-J ai.d n- navigator be cnibl. me uniform anuv.&e prccuu.ion: ol your prcdeecssois the half 5,
CtllIll' 'ss euhij the of bell that could be heard in west {II'I the 1t'li..:,.-t, and the west half of
Jjlaics J of cotlou at'Jo b:>!ieCO "UI) htasb ded and conducted by tolling a theecit (
pe d tom-ivfon iits .Ul'-f annual hc fugs of day and en msrej; your proc.tdmg : of the somh a.;t qut.-fer >'f section 24 3
he Stiliness! ot that hour all the city-and ; township
luo daikncss! <;.fiii.hu! A few Jious tilt dull II'S timsspe wifn 'p n dot.is. ',\ C might ba\e expected some law over I range 3, fj'r:111i.d.t i. The! east half of tIle southeast
JVi;{ flf trade W I.h tt.e authors incendiary public consummated by the discharge of a heavy cannon
"l \\'IIJd lc in .oII'Adct11ablc3lh'antagctuth. punishing evLrity quaru-rof scrtinn 9, and th! southwest of'
NTJiA. i of this iegir.ii, and > the whole union, and amidst ail I II itions. These piibiua.iuiS nave proceeded from -how much moreimpic, ive at the time, and how -cction S, townd.ip, r.unre 3, north and quarter east and
.
Mill &c. first cost 41Jt) ) I ilio cnUTprizu of the wislern pe-oie] 1 am surpiisid : y.mr own body. \ <.ur dine might ha\e been usefiitiy mum more lasting it would be. Every jiuilty! t!!<; fu.'juui-z named it;. :.: Simon, aged 20 ,

ih.it tue-ir rcpru-.cllialillil in Congiess s>h<
Clear profit on uar. be.Or u "o had an appropriation for this lillrplI should inmic I in .inning ihe miium, and providing fur Lilt public suitly. :.1 and cry out, Silence that dreadful bell"-and tne asthe property of Jr. lH1a CI'C"ftn/ by virtue of three tbs

!J.l9t.1! the hand, conning the fifty, no section of the muftduracy could object to an ajipropnation 1 It has been \\ orse than .* a!:bd, in debating schemes innocent would! be waked only to sleep the more I exccutio s, one in favor of Benjamin Byrd for 317 #

l 1eTI B\ THE LIUTUR.]-lu making the above eti- of this kind. Thearne! ol t the wcsiern wavers wnn-h liaverendered jiruj"'rty insecure, impaired the I securely and the more tiuinkfi'lly. There wouldbe 25, v.iib i.itt-rc rind (4vZ', cre: in favor of HaskinsandBri.li l ,ii to

1jitce ob er\e ilul the eritite- cost olthe sugar is like the value of the Union, too yreatto ixi counti-d; credit of the Jvu: .e, retard d iiie improvement of your time for the nuM serious rtlltotkm with all before ', Sir SI'J7 I 13 I.:, with interest end costs, 1d tTTit

I without this nv. r, the "cst in couiury would yet be country, imcmmied the domestic relations lite, and and "11- it* fitvor ('f Bi'-il nnd Klein, for the use of (
entered into the whirl of business.Who
ds is deducted. The inieieit: on $-IIIOU, and wuaJi I the wes ern wilderness. Uur great e'stcjn city .\ould brought eusquie-tanJ uanger to i.ur fin'aides.Ve they .- I-oe: '\ AlittiieL1! !, for SIC5 SI, with interest and Lc
would the hirt ; of
-i tear of the machinery nuy beesiunatcJ .X 20 per yet be an Indian hamlef, and the Appalachian ndi.e \ iher.lbre urge yo i,as you regard the welfare of ever ti-get iiuprc&ion! l." : ,

would, in all probability, )'ctuc the boundary of civilized he bt.uo, tu ailsill from every attempt to provide sound, accompanied st.ch a tLlfllIghl-a death J. IIUIiESd.m.for r ; t1
oOlIbleb) deducted fionilUDO'J! leuxed 1U.15U
.rt.ay Ame-rica.. for die clu nelpHlon..f: our slaves, partial general, bell sound, accompanied: with such a thought-a T. E. RANDOLPHmarshal.

uO dollars wthe band, Pout'| OMng that the immeuiateorpiospcctive, in any manner: whatsoever, death bell sounding over the hushed roar of a -great FJ.rrarv ?th! 162':. 28tds ounccute

'oe-ot! them: had been employed the entire year, From I he N. Y. Daily Adv. Jan. 21. and loadi.pl such a rule, or pt-psing such an act as mluuire I city, and tiluwl'tfhy! heavy thunder, to sav that I i do caution all :

One o'clock, .ur News Boat, Tho. H. Smith,has reached will assure the people that should this delicate a li'ltlcr'aturc: had that instant set l forth on a NU1'lCJ hereby

retina:not the case. the ci:v, having oonrdrd :hr ship .'. m. Byr..cs md subject be again approached, shall be in secret session journey to the judgment seat of the Everlasting I I !I' rs'-ins '! tiai'irjr ft.i two nrtes given to 3 y dB.E

brought uplierletu.rb.ig. bhe sailed from J Havre on --jnd, above all, to llrmin ite your debate and return God Surely there Le any advantage in capital !I j llt.riir F.dt'r, Oicfor twriiiy; dcll.irs due! 1st day of
constituents as as pO'i'ible.! ; .I.'nii.iry liSS.: rind me f.T twenty-five dollars
[FOR THE FLOP.ID1AN.J] the lUihofDeetniijer: and brings us Paris papers of the to your speedily like this would its payaiele 3 itritr
'l he former memorial from this c- unty signed by punishment, a change multiply I Ij-t day: c,1' January I S33.I .

The racer over the Jackson '1 urf at GLuincy, i'lo- 15th.All Paris and at Lyons. many ofus, with a belief .t a matter of such deep in- advantages a thousand ltl.-lN.[ Y. Cour. I As th- I/IIoilnlliQn! for which said! notes were given f \ lli
at
:a cor.nnenccd 2oih Uccemuer and waqu.et Urt-st might safely be confided to the discretion of the I hr's cut inly iailn!, I urn dcttm.ir.td: i not to pay tha .
vreonebaay The K of in his spcchat the opening
:: n; England Legislature. Ve wish our names to be considered as Speaking of the Speech of Gen Hayne, a !ear I I sue: until ci.inj.ilkd! !f.y law. Vv*. A. LEWIS.Ffbrnnrv .
mucd four d.iys. Pailiamem on the first <>f December, again recom- \..ithdra\'. n from that racmrial.. which we received to-tap! Washington says : !I 2.-ih !fHS5>. vStf

fl dny 2 mile beats,%ix started, Viz:- iiK-nds a bjHredx I pasb-.ige r-f the rdc.rnl bill. ftJrl-"i ix individuals. _" I did hear it vaiu to !I b. S.
[Signed by ] not having attempted in i 1 1CE.-VV ill be old
-I.\--Thc has free and entire
H. limpcror granted a I on saturday ofthinty
Capu Wilders Clu li. 1 haJdeUs,6 )fS. old 1. 1 into the Senate Chamber. Crowds i t ,
a-nnebtvand peimissi .n to return to heir country, to penetrate iC iGthcf March;
((II.\ )tall d.s S. li. b. .*'. .3. 2 SENATE. next, at public auction
the .
retire
Young tieiiry all inie-rior; officers and soldiers of the corps of ihe Polish were compelled lo so great was ire.I bt fore the door c.f Jas. M'Mullin, on a credit of ten

ColJis.J.piUmaSfC bam i'aich. .". .2. .4 Generals Gielgud, llohland, Chlajx'A\s>ki I and Uybinski Tlonday, Jail' '. 30.-Mr. \Vilkins presentedsome am assured, however, that with the unprejudiced month, iiouswiih approved serxrity, drawing ten I

Ir.AIIl'il! Sr.1 th!,, ,. (. \Vil, y_a-cd .". .4. .3 who have sough refuse in the Pru im territory. resolutions of the President and Directurs of I portion of the audience, the Speech has found per '-uit intertst firm date, FOUR COTTON SAW :

Mr. \',in.Nun.uis, D. G. J UlItUS. . .G. .". .dlbL 1 Mr-shal (vrutsrh has been C'l.Jlmnc.d to death and the Htfcburg bank, in t favor of the renewal of the great favor, not for the orator only, but also for GINS, of AlcxaixKrVmake.: D. C. WILSON. Lour

.Mr. a1ones s. G. Henry .aged .". .Jiiu I his property confiscait-d, by a military .nhunal.' The charter of the U. S. Bank. The bill for the relief the views which he presented." Tallahassee, Fel.niary 2Sth 1832. 2Stf
Emperor has ounmulcd death u) hard labor. A noble of the letter TUUliUTl R.! rhO
Another : IJET'lON
.AI .arUn;J uniw took the lead, \\hich he main-I of certain revolutionary officers and soldiers of part says"Our .
-" I Pole fir J i"\Iw has undergone the same condemnation without amend- attention has been almost diverted even & GIDUON EMORY, In the superior court whel.rida
formore the line reported
than half mile Virginia was ,
-a bolted and threw the and COlIIIUlIt.I ttIU. ._ trading under the firm of of
:
Tarifl'sub from the Tariff by the discusMon now agitatingthe ( .
*when head revolt in colonies of Kussia has broken) I ments. The resolution respecting the BETT6 .
running a .1I alldeus then took the A Military & EMORY Gad den
tThicussed Mr. Smith Virginia Legislature. Amazed: at the temerity -I I County. Sflitdo'
C
Mr.
mitted by
sdi luch hcniaintaincd throughout both beats. out; six gem-rals and many officers were killed; being by Clay, was \5:
'! mutilated by the colonist, and tlun lx'at en to death. of Md., and \lr. Holmes of Maine. Mr. Holmes with which a topic so vital has been approached JOHNM. PAUL. J 4

[ -hthcat4mn.l2 Swond second, heat 4ni i n. 15se-cU The Emperor has not punibheo any, hut has dissolved had not concluded his remarks when the Senate and at the strength of the Abolition party, we HE vn

day J mile best 3 in i, three started, Viz : be colonies, which l-avc fur a long time been governedby adjourned. are deeply grieved at the substitution of a most T above suit has been common- tt

wMandcllsGrey colt Edwin. .3 y'rs.. .3. 11.1 Gen. \\ itt, now at Warsaw. dangerous and useless excitement-for that profitable ced by attachment, levied upon a certain nero ; '

'.'. Jos. M'GowmsB. M. Fanny. .J.1' .". .2. .(_.(_. I Holland and Belgium.-'I he King of Belgium has Tuesday, Jan. 31.-Mr. Ewing's resolution respecting anxiety which the Tarifl'question should excite man, Dundy, and a negro woman, Margaret and her h;
definite declaring the of removal and appointmentwas child, as the prop rty of the said John U. Paul-of
n"R.1'unans B. G.Junius. .6. .". 1.3.d. communicated; to the conference a answer, power in every Southern State, regardful its prin- which all concerned will take icoulrover
Tbetl'6thcltwaJtahen I that !Ie adhertbto tin 21 n-ticlcs, except the taken up, and on motion of Mr. Ewing, It its prosperity. The immense notice.
I ciples on permanent
: by Juiiius with ease, this in the Dutch of the t lor JOHN K. CAMPBELL, Att'y.P. Q. *
the order
3 L Lcautiful right of navigation grunted' to Bdgians was made the special day Monday value of the slave property in Virginia renders the 7th 1832. -
rare, all running close trgethcr: thro' waters, whieh h.' rcfus.s to recognize.The next. Mr. Foot's resolution directing an enquiry of utterly impracticable and the February 256w '

1\1e.hcat. Autartmg the second heat, Jur.ius. was courts Austria mid Prussia ratified: the treaty into the expediency of discontinuing the offices of plan purchasing of which; MARSHAL'S SALE. the
: disregard of the rights property on any
ttr I fc'd Fanny also, and both continued quite bine I of pea e in 27 articles, on hoe 5tlu The ra-ification; by I Second Comptroller and Second Auditor was a- feasible scheme must be based at once dissolves all WILL be sold on the capitol sq're ,I blisbI

stout ; the Grc Jiavingnoothurojifottent j I Russia is expected this inmulu >d Mr. Clay's resolution was taken up, aut
.
:'< ) won will it is undtistood!, adjourn about the !ret to. the bonds of society. City of Tallahassee on the 31st day

money without much difficulty. I I P.uhameiit and then, only hen n days, in order that ther'r.c and Mr. Holmes resumed and concluded his remarks "So overwhelming are politics in the consideration f A.jirch, the !following property, to wit :-the east t
23d instant
..f:ie-lsthcat 1 minute 59 seconds. ,Lc as shot t as possible,until after passing t the in re-pi to Mr. Hayne, speaking about three of politicans, that feat that this agitation is half of the south west quarter of section eisht ; township j tbitactsu

...... .2d... .2.1 . .4. . . . . I reform&s may bill. hours. Mr. Hill indicated an intentien to t follow t fostered in Virginia to supercede the excitement one, range two, north and east ; and lots numbered

'._. .. ..''!. ..". . .6..no time p ven the Portugal.-An expedition was preparing by The Don 1 c- him in the discussion, and on his motion, the Senate on the Tarifi-Charlt'Ston Eve. Post. of Tallahassee 64, 67, 3, and and 34 lots, on one the hundred original and plan twenty of the city, & hbo (

hcat the Grey having nothing to contend against dro, against Miguel, ai B.-lle-ilc-en-m-ar.Two armament adjourned. one hundred and twenty two in the addition to tfco his !J
commenced. English
been
t'nred .ound and took the purse. was said to have Leslie recruiting in En- \\ed nesday, Feb. 1.-Mr. Frelinghnysen Fub- Mr. Osbaldeston's New Challenge. challengeany City of Tallahassee, levied on as the property of all he

v'; day, one mile heats, five'started. colonels named fricnls Lille and Don Pedro, wen proclaim ill Paris, milled a ,resolution expressing the sense of the man in the world, of any age, weighing or Benjamin Thornton to satisfy the balance of an

1r.E. Westers B. land. The of Pwrui- Senate on the subject of certain Indian relations.- carrying my weight, to ride any distance he prefers -, execution in favor of Tom Peter Chaires. Iwerstided
G. Smilig Ball 5 old 1. 1. when he shall have obtained possession
that
,
COIMLndellsSIly years The French The consideration of Mr. Clay's resolution was t from 200 to 500 miles, for 20,0001 ; but if JAMES HUGHES, D. M.
oun Henry 5. . .2. . cal, he.will send an army into pain. I for T. RANDOLPH Marshal.
"itdcrsS. ; render assistance, but appear not to interfere. resumed, and Mr. Hill, of New Hampshire, spoke he will only ride 200 to 250 miles I will ride for 10- E. 1wP

r .Ct G. Robert Burnes, 4..3. .d.. no about three hours in opposition to it. 0001. Or, I will ride against the jocky of 7 stone, Feb. 28th 1832. 28tf. tties CII

it'li n. G. mue Skin. .G..d. From the 1l1diln"ntl Euquirer. whom they talk of backing to ride 200 miles in 8 ,.
lL Smith introduced a
Feb. Mr.
R.Moores Gr. M. Clrolinc. egcd. .d. HANOVER MEMORIAL. Thursday, 2.- hours, receiving minutes for the difference between be1l
III the of the
the first Ilf.lt the follow ing memorial bill authorising a subscription on part 7 and 11 I will stake 10,0001jjt I
Young Henry lost his &baddl, and We are requested to publish Ohio stone ; or
Baltimore and
tonsequfl House of Delegates on Monday, and United States to the stock of the I that I will ride 200 : by v1d
of not having wcioht305 considered presented to the resolution 3,000 I, or 20,000, to 6,000,
Ldttaflee(1 1:1 table. ilai! lload Company. Mr. Clay's it be allowed wouldbe eVl
the which must
laid miles in 8 hours
,
according to the rules of the Club alt h upon
l. 0 General of Virginia.The tikeii and after some explanations from .
tlllle 'l'othc lion .raMc the Assembly I was tip ; a wonderful performance for 11 stone odd, and .Marclect
t'Ut bccor.d best. of the underbigned i inhabitants and Mr. commenced a speech in
': memorial Mr. Hayne, Clay I think it almost impossible-at least a single accident (
, .. l. ... 53 seconds . . freeholders of the County of Hanover, respectfully support of thc Resolution and in reply to those would lose the match and I should scarcely 11..beinra.

... .2. . . sheweth thai they have heardof the proceedings of the had it and after speaking nearly SALE.-The subscriber baring been .
.. . . who opposed have time to mount and dismount. I am alwaysto AUCTION
Fourth day-onc mile IItuscofDetca B -relation to a subject, in which the three hours he to a motion to ad- auctioneer for Leon County, gives notice : .
single three started way
C*.Wild people of ti'is r'"nmonwealth have the dccj| .st in- gave be heard of'at Pittsford, near Northampton. that he will attend in Tallahassee every day to ere.
,_, ers Red Bird. .. . .S 1. . . eood Astonishment. Dnctrim shave ourn.
i sale
\ .1 desired. Regular -
a make '
such be
.hwnr sales
P' terest, Feb. 3.The consideration of Mr.Clay's as may daYltueSl1ays ritytcb ;
tit. IUmtna...Miccasouca. S .2. . . !been advocated' and .,,hed' to the world, and questions Friday, of the G7&7N. HAl\lLEN-Have and fiidays on whirk days it IS wished all
Resolution relative to modification J ou '
Stephens 'Vhile Stockings. . .dist . . debated from ay to day, which fill the whole a resumed his ,mst received sales may be fired, if practicable. In my absence application 'tJ
No time community with aWm. Under these circumstances, Tariff was resumed. Mr. Clay argument Sacks Allum-SALT can be made to P. ULUORE:, city marshal. fr
,
ground
Th15 given. will speak that plain in of the principles of the Resolution 250 attend adminutratora other satai '
with the privilege freemen, they support Size Culler Mill STONES The subscriber will or re
"II.'ery close race between Red Bird and their to use and to which and in to the urged against 15 Pieces large reasonable notice. :;,:" *
eLonca |lanNt"'c which it if' right reply arguments 20 'l'obaccoAISl; on hand, in the county, on b the]
14 It.1\ and won by Red Bird by only a length. they doubt not you will hear with resI'CCL i In doing it, and, after speaking two hours and a ,halT he 25 Keggs Bbfc. Superior New FLOUR, Goods and articles foi sale, will ,be referred at all ; bold J Jid

By the Seen-ta ry. this they feel t1. mOlt perfect confidence, that they of gave way to a motion to adjourn. The Senate 50 PLOWS, times, at the auction room next door to-Willis& Ran.. .

I will have tile ronc.immcc of an immense majouty 1 adjourned to meet on Monday next, when Mr. 100 Barrels RUM, dolph's Drug E tore. f ",.
BLANKs thcjrmJflTmeI. Th.. right ofproperty. amountingonrbunJnrfKanm. I conclude hislipecch. WHISKEY. JOHi WESTCQTTJr.Feb. ;' .oAf'
07ALL KIN.S-- -r--I.1 Clay will resume, and probably, 50 Ditto .II
: i dollar., baa ) nquestionotand 23th 1832 28tf. Sis 1831 27tf 'V1 _
Feb
kept f or ealctt this office. to can it be .upposcd the people will uaiely ub- j I I Magnolia, *: -,. .- 'e .'.







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i.ii. B L NJ BYR D. MORE NEW' GOODS. ,.ARSHAL'S SALfc-Bv Tirtca of; a 'Writ of DUM, vrmitrs, vrmius." NOTICE., ''tt'

_Y. lieu Facia? to me diected ; I -hall! expose to 'SPREADS 1GLETAVERW I I ALL persons haiinp i ; claims against .1 14''

It'H' > received jy iaie Arrivalsfrvm Ne -) ork and A MONG the great variety of goods received in this. s.de lor ca!h to the highest I.iclc.ld, before the door of I Culver elcc'd., arc requested tZ2?

", New Orleans) n general assor.inent of Dry- .LCty, this season, iind which areoffered low for the couit-lmcse. in tl.c lo\\n of Alonticcl'o, on Monday I s.arnr within; the time limited by W, or fP*. *. *

G us, liardwarc, Cutlery, EarhenC11ina, and Glass cash, there \HlMw4oand, at the new store of the sub- the iJGth of 3Iarch. al: the rigbt title claim and intrn-st. I !ianv'l. All persons indebted to said estate |$

t I ware, Gocris, iron, Nails, Castings, etc, etc. s ei-iber, .:No 'Exchange-street, a choice lot of fancy of Light T. 'Fowiisend. !, to a tract of land I I.* in r em the : 1 mala' I'a'mf'Jlt mmledJattly to E. SE1x.U*
Cloths afteTCassirners a part of which they will men- East I I. tf. \\ :t.. ..t-c 17. 1'. ,_). I R. 5 N. 'Sf I K.. L'L. J.N. J.1Ilu.ary JOlh J932. 'Id;;'

1 DRY-GOODS. t aut. AY i;t of Sec. 20. '1' 2. II. 5 N. AK: l It'"n i l I NOTICE Ie.ALL

Super blue Finished Broad Cloths to satisfy an eiecuti.-n which Lucy Teapuc and \m.
-- 4 Fin and tx ri sjprr-uic, lilac, and black Cloths, crape 1
Blackburn tecoveied in JeTeron( ]p ersonf having
do. County superior tiainsa
f.ne Velvet do. rajnstt1
and |
t, ? superfine Sattinets, t".f'C sattinets, kersryi, e
Court 'tJII.tt'd out the 1)l intitf. ale) I of Benjamin Manning dec'd.
KusvLina, and Cottonadcs, fur Nero; Clothing, Point, Patent finished (\'estof England) Black do. property by > late of Je
\\ithin i the hours escribed hv l.ixv.ALFRLDA .
do. fine Olive do do do. pi I County are requested to
London. DulU?, and Rose Blankets, Flannels, BlackLns..ius : present t tJrtndllL.];
do Cinamon Brown do. i'l Iir.R. d. m. fi.r C subscriber: Las taken that spacious and sp.cnd ihentiented' within the timethey
plain &. fipircd blue and Mack Erihazctts1 TT prcscriljedlw}
I
I : r
Bottle Green do. TH(-. L. n.\ IJULl'lI. 1:1r'hal.I brick tenement in Tallalu-ster, lately occupied I will Le forever barred. .
.
of Prints and calicoes Plain and All
j niarpcassortment ,
,
I February: JE:3'J: John Pownrr whithain recently I persona
blue do. STid*. I by Capt. } :- I
Saxony
1 figured Jaconjis Mull 4-JtndG-4) I to said estate are
requested
.S'.isstuslin -- I to
k nwUpavmrut.
I Ca.nbric, Linen, uivl Imitations Cambrics Irish LIII.: Lavender Drab, and Dove colored C.T,imers, 1'\\7 Ul'ICE.-The underM; .ncd.' "ialii) I aehiunts a; been refitiul and furnished in the: rr.ost complete! rnanin i I MAY MANNING j iU

cIa, Longiawulrisi'! Table, ar.d Hu'.ia, Diapers, A variety silk Vesting?, (ne>w patterns.) J.-1 .ratrix of AlcxanJcr) Adair, late of Lemi, countyeiceea.cd 1.! r, is now uiielrrth' name *if the I 1 January 3d lR3.:. .. \ > Extt\

: brown Linens, 'Ticklingbunr, Bear Ducks, OMWl Flag handkerchiefs, Pun tc do.White lurcl.in's) notiec, that at the mt term! SPREAD GLETAVERNOpn .' 'f"

; l Imf, B,'bbincts, Lace aud Edginz*, black and c.lort-d I and fancy CrlH'.lts- of tlu1 suK'riorcourt] for the (tIlTY afonv-aiel: she will for; the) n "cl't Ort of Trate.lU.Ts and Ci .rtlt'r SELLING OFF'LPISODUCE.'\ :on CASH t '

(jr! <.sJ,.nap silks figured Matid.irincs, and] Bamu.va:, 4 Dozen fine fashionable linen: shirts, apply to the jude thereof, by pe'titioii for a lit of I I I This 1 tOTE!. is itu lIe fin Monre-e-Miecf, next elnortoC. I !'u'lfI ',

Sinshaw! t>arbt.ncr", and Levantine silks, blue with:, d.) do Bo.or.-*, admcasurnient! (.f elow cr.fc'LlZ.. I I I C, & II. \'.. Vkilliams, in a position a* nearly I Elm SPURGES!
!
.1 &
: )pink, and grc--n, Florences, a treat v irit-ty of RibltonsCaU4 Gcntlcmc-ns' silk & Merino f half )sic, W. DAHl, adp-'rrix. i I I I r ntial toth-' biMin.i) and population of the City as (h

I I 'n, it han, an i French Cnjs, Inutaiions; amiLineii I do( Cotton and Angola do Ft-bnwrv21st: 1 l li.: 27-hv' JI j J I could be M :Urtt d ; ar.d Uin le :s qualified 1.'r 'the pur- I IJiYLchant,. their pre-rr.t! line of business

>. : C.uubnc! Handkerchiefs, Crap, I'fl)1itan[ Silk and silk Velvet Stocks, hteM fashions. Tt., i JCI'-Thc Ulhlcr .iII1'11 comm: "I'i ners, a-j| 1 1 '':(- (If a public ln.use, by itaoniple >hc and ((.nunc.) t: oil" I by wholes-ale! or retail, their present Stockci.'J
F '1 (1 .nne, silu, and Thiivt .lressSliawN, silk} 11tr, and I I In addition to the above ili' yolFcr a :splene'id} } n!<:ortmcut I 1' j-ointtd by the Iqislaucot1l1cillllllltr i lie act en- j! di us interior arrant.( nicnr, than its eI1t t-iii'iit localion. 1! criiMMiu-of: a "(neral! assortment. sailed to

-. Ib'.uiinuo! Handkerchiefs, t f.in<*y cravats, rasshncrc, I of Ready made ClothinC, maallr.cIHI1Ithe; h- $1.II.I'l'f flfl IICI to pro\iec! for the eidy ttkinent: c.f': III Inadflitie.n t thf-se-ad\antat es, the undcrsJ:neil I I sujni-tion of the {'Jun1IZ! :_ the
and silk d Is Patent Thread ) and \ test style, the work and} material-of which they warrant Sj' idetermined! merit thr of the I r (m-ories and liquors, Dry-Gr
si i spool cotton, cotton i all .srrcarsdue l.ct nit >ry of Florida." "p]l.HJ! 1 ebuuuy : to i ia rona'-e public,: >ods, Ford
I i balls, t ale, Pins, "h.dh:3K, (. to he fIIUill"-t"I i5.lin of iii; ;>or lib:.-, black ;. I l 1-ih 1&3-2! : hereby ::i\e )notlcC' which he take* .his occasionre-.spe-tfully i t'> s diit, by ;. eJomestic! Hardware &'., Livfrpoedand! crfl'i %

I : 3-4 .n.l 4-1 bl ached: and brow i-hirtings, and) Shed brown, Cinamon ;uid) (.hive Dress Co;>'.-, do FriK-l, i hat lilt i1.fafl5 ha\iiur! accounts claims of ? I lIl1n mined attentimi directed t' th-c"untbrlamel tnjoyinenr ; !I .ba's and shoes, saddleryca.-tii; &c. Tf'e .t
or 1 1I
ii".S ) I do b Pants, &.'. Mlk Velvt Vests, Florentine! -ilk. ditto I I kind i uhatetir, \ !Lich: accrin-il p.ic.r to the JUth1! ny;\'. of his ir'. ts ; and l by the mode ration and! Mnct L i i: a :enir1 flrtment of provisiins.
: ,5IriJHAr'sirC'C'CIC. I Valencia: and Marseilles, all of which they! wiil s.lllowforev II : of his e-barj :
: : 1S31 are required by MMd act to pns-tnt ihnuto tin I regularity fs. I
l :h. R. B. iJ.. B. BLLL, iu,ili-rMn''d ('II I T before llie 1 1st day -'I.'III'X 1 ;, un- : At bis. 1,11.(0! will always be found the l'st which: I I L\::T OTICF.-\U P"'x"CSIO :
I November 22d 1 S31. 1 hfI dir : tht'wtrkctllldaj; j Htiorel, hi1 1 bar will 1 beMipph. I dir oraff' f ih l larr. William; Yavj.
,f f \len& and Bays orl, Furand Beaver Hat, childrtnj ptiiahy: of K-imjforcur barred i.t1II 1ia\ ill;; or ftntci.untry N. Rj.t ('
: )' red :\l ru cv I la'.s, aud Leather Cap c..i\'jll: II ic .UIt'. rr.1 el with a variety of the hoireM Jiq'.crs, and fur rt 'lUf' ( (] tornll! "11 tlMUrrjl: ; tr, (at 31: R
WAITED '5 his.5Mbl's Ostlers .->iiJ! iiik!: .1\ rnnf l ',\ &i; |1.cnt :
i-\perieneedauiatteiiti\e
: I : All former and present otHccrs, or other 1 l.crs"'I-: >, are j rn- L ; delay, as nofunlJtr/
I ti ft S ,. ; \..l..l. I -fn-'C'-nn l I'. inri.) : !!hoe who di-re!
r YD iID mI'l Xiflfft Qi' ti1 I or C'-rporaii'.iisor tountit.That! : on the 3 'tti Ii Y f jiKird tLj
: S.lDDLE & c. I di""t rioii. and! in ra B. lV H. H.t; No\enibcrla::. wt iv iuhtcd! I tin-! tirutory I Flo- !; !..t-t thoFc hnw.vfr, \'. }hn n--y: vl-it; TrIbh-i.sKc, may xp-rt t*, .;.,il their HTMint> m the r"ptr ,1'1III.

1 I i --- -- -"- -"- I Ii ,rid.., ilJ'cc\I'IIII.iiJ.d to .ake: paiiu-nt of *aie! d.h'! % should; \ itw: ihi- ;pubeandirr! !: t rinrnolice: at a were I hands; tVr a.llirion. LEWIS I lU I URGQ

i i :'\1\.I1S' aiRl l> 'Y" e. ,i'L*. 'can-, till -.in*'s, i neii.J!i COTTON. j to th unelersicne-de! i ,nor before .l.t l first ii.iy of May! | fi;>rmti.i pre--cri-! II I by t u>t.tni un >'t' h oecafif: n.. The I I .\:cm tVr 'he CXtcflt{' .ta

; I arid boys '".iii i r}a.iiiMjs! LadllsLt'IIlf:! I ("I;: awi I ,II j-rriid; or hey I wi ill be PI''>M ctr.t: Ii.'I r tin" > uic. : j-roprit!(,r r--p." -tfnily! iitMtev.fit': !.l to etll: !'J lf j.i'i: I Fpl-niary} M'h 1 12.

% f'h'ICI', La ill" .I'-aklli' .lor it-eo, and: Pi urn iivt !I,HS. i iI C inminiifatii!> in pursuance: If;; tin-' notit-t( : nr-: 'f.T the I iii-civ. > I by r.rMl: ('xnt.rlwt'ur. I I StJ
''IHr .. L.ili.r .VvMb( < r.-. I 1'l; |1lf'! Ii. r. Ar'HTf'N.AKSHAL'S ; jfor S nlt otr
( : tuJ vi.ip"' -o-'iois : all'I--.u'UIH. II; e jNist paid I, &.r they will not be taken fn III the .j' .t tnt.

.-; of nit ji-' (....1."i mrv.i.L., : ItL.! -", 't*i idli{I >, iu.trtiu.
irir "ir.-in' ..i- -. ,! I.: ., .. tt. ( [V. JAMES: WF.STCOTT, .:. } : ; S.\I..E.-lly \\nv.o\ : IIIAL1'CIiOll about3j

'ecrtt'y. of Flo.ub.Jonv ttf' :i iis i!: of Fieri Fucii tn it\c\ di.ii\cred I shul!! 'ji> .iiutnavte, of which} there s
: al'l-"" d' an d and has I 1-
IiIIwiE n II.
-: K. ( 'AMI nfll.t e vp.iae IOM'. (,;a the tiiird n: ii.eiy! in .Mjtri'b next, ill ( ;dercultivation Cr .1
,' JOLPHLAHD With ,.d
1\ j' ( Disi't. .\rt',.. \1 fJ tar tn11I.f ail! the nuht file l.uin aisilin- years just. a z' dwrllinj house
1. < 0 J\ 24.4 it' 11. II_ (1. no. st.Lr Uuiircy: ( ; I I j I ,-ribs, stable, &a'., K.ial.? 0 a kilt
Knives, -uid i.rlv: 1\/1. .u: : i' -;'K t kllLathll! : \\i.l puicliac100! ( ba!< < cotuui. As it is lor tin LIE A. ihlul'I ten-t of Atlanilluii'cr;: : in and In the J lV/Il(>\-.-:"i;': tracts: .i j ji !Iyf f-ailed in. 'I he cebovf lairls, large garden hall
.I s'lin'! : lin hnvhets ; N : I f Ian.!. Viz :-lot \O. 3, stcrr-n: t 17,township 1 1. Ni IIf ; : are situated in"f t
an : : sh'cls and s. \lt- tarjinri1riiC4 : : T quality f t 5)p I X f. 1. K Ne Iand '
J
Tall.hMSf't', 21st J ls'5J.Tinnewsjmper.N : L U 2, W 1 I.' I secti-n I Ir R '.' cth.n l3.N"rth and
February 2iCw ( I of W Tf
to\\l-lilr'I\
'- -, :r.ibliinr; and -rir. en hoi s, r.i'-t sn-el. CHh ami! uill be prt'lcred. lie i.ase-irctu! a brgt' Ild! COII- I \II.I j j and foimeily 0",11111 l.y R. J. *
thr, liout will j! ot >; >. C, sec-i-.n 7 t.-\\ I i U: -.' > \\ al"lI Haclky,
i: hr -\dtxr *. l Ilot;. 1 ll'M.Jx-ste, '.l\MrdsH.L., Buf.llook, \TiiSent \vaie'-hnu u: theterritory .g'e: ) r--hip: iv the: Esq
*. at lnrju'iii, anJ i" ptj>aiod I I this -i\; ilbl'rfi'.IImid foiw.ird their ac to d.t I \llprl'UI ;'nt.thrrer.n, ;' d I .ti.l IJ I ltU-1 i I *uiiavishing to purchase or rent, will pleae
strfd !YI' i linrs: wondTOW, ii.iu i, :.\n:, crcb nu I, do all kind! of <'iu ts I : 1:0\\: t.e'HI' \ I i I aPr'
: anJ ,:i'ill sixis.aid, i ;I't, :.11..1\\! and 1.trk'miI"! to Storageami Comnii::'a'n lrj::.i-.iticfco Fl- riJlhl IEct' I I I t'r, .0 atl"Ian l'X/.utJ"n All Itwlt, C .pttr. a. _'t.wlti, t I II .rt,. I T1 JAMES 3IMCLU.
: I --- -
.
.naha5s .A FebnnnUrh, I"9JI >
\vil! .,
.. make advntu-c., cash if mptiie'd of I rove red in 0 ;'ad"! ---J --
filC; $, ,\s. tt'd i :r i'i '.. i,.Ui\ ', s-1 of Jla'kihs cai- OTJl'E.- ) (II f"otlilty tuperi"'rc"urt. lialf: withiii P. S.
I
I'iirdiastrscan
ln :" "f"o' .. a.I.' ,1"1''" -.trt' .. !1- cf. etc. tltve limrtlis: its value 011 Cotton ejcpo.iti.tlvith 1 : uiitttsiiied' elllili "ic'I'-'r m I., ,I j the hours l'rnrri.l'tlly l. w. !I I Le accommodated with.:1d.iitlin .\
i'.e t'tithkd; I half! MCtion
act an otinr the onvnich 30
act
him for shineit.] : : He will s..l ip to Ho>;on), Ni'\v- rts-jH pliI.lil'l'r; T. E. RANDOLPH: ktl. acres ar rfe '
: A great variety of: pe.iy 1 at St. Ma.k.-=,'"-"apjno\ul' I Kel. : I U.nlj'2 Fel.ruirv!. .;
t. Voik, I itinioc.; ', Ciarir! iii. or ttV-i-aIiS. "' ri.ary ?h i' 1 32.: 2trds.t .
I 1 lard) ci tt imiiff, tl.a; le "ill! onh,. I!' t.tv: IIIE RrBOND
't
; ; a" ( Mairnnlia 1 : Jasiuary; : I 17ili i I l I--J l. -22if
; 'NA.
tl r. "I 1 1F of 1 '. i '
April i L\ HI rtant: ;iik>, rti.t 1r c.t.t h:, a t )I3li'-! IM.u: t tJi"I'CE. ) I ,

J1 I ADGL-Y-f. t; DTTC1J.S & .MEDICINES.: r pu'ue'! ali:iljl, tu the hi:!;.e. t bidder, all the { iiblir: .I Tall.ir.atFib./ 1/111'3'). j 5> i,

I {: i I Just rt'Cfivcel, a iarueual C'lIllIpldl') :. x. rtni''iu a i/uiiiiinrN:: the uhatf:, ,.r. tin I-&:at. Lvcry tl'.l.lUll: rOTICE i< L-rcby iriven tu all!! ,. HAS just receivedand offers for '

:.;' \VAii. ; IltO.I I IiS, ,i ed' 1 firs J i drugs and nedicjie.sViuci: ; will be soal: I \\ 1il be put tips, jurutelv.: : I' iii pern forty saw gins, made by Mr. John Shi-
J" -< n:" i l hrf it t fl>r tl.e purrJ. i-.- of haLts in the city !I Louisville! Geor :1. .
SThKL. &c. .fUil'ETCOTT) r !
t : c. wholesale! or ictat. low t for! (;Isi: l 11-> Jr. i of "I 1 at.haDlIII!! addition rlt .-
:o
!j j 1III'h, 11..' bar, Cnuli-Vii, Aiiieric.-.n.: Ku5--.. ]; JOSEPH LADD Dai.ri1. Cemini-s-ionct'! 1 I'i.rir: M.irns.. I j due be s.'mpH taiLifi& ) f' Wrought iron
into
Ie. TKih!! !;. ,. 1'.-: 21.t I am"uH paiel this < /fliee]! f-n or befi>re i Plough
> > 0:1 I J K-.J2.
I' :r.. ". '.-lr .M., round a.idsfiiurt-bar' j : ir'iii.h, ) '". .'.nivJ si.tf "_: Mm-tili': JaiiiKirv, ,17tli 1 1CJ2.KEG 121 I'I I rr 27Cw I tho fir.t day of March next, the c- rn.iiiirnu r by vir- f \ C. do
1.TI" rni,nianiJ I n.uu""r'.l1 I .. .-., tjtJ 1. --- -- -- -- : ,A.VI 1-LA.N 1 of ,;' =::
nj, t .t', fBAMv! OF) toe an < t of t thf I: -_' .-l..ltic cfo"iiiI! Itroin : :::
a -
iJ.r!i. 3 t.\ I,;! illcIrll; N.tiK! cut brn;. and wn1.t.: N :i: ? .A E :\ I' 1'ltTO 11YJ1.\L\\tll: ; ( 1A.- U'M.KS: of, Mj! vnp.Miii: 1 ti r te! ,: pi lied to t'har'the! Svine: in tl:;.- hai.dof the District- Fresh Orleans Flour, .

; 1' J:" -B.kc J PunsS..ltix.UK'. : :.-, .ft 1"\-:I iryin I i. nt" .-'::it( i H ink wih !lie. op nt d .tl Ait-n: !ha; on th i I Attorney 'I)1.f'di'lIl. T. 1:. BETTON, Canvassed Lams, -

; ,; r.lJ .. NEW-YORK. I*! IuiC JIt.y? tn' :.larrh j i I1:'?:, iniiert): i--.s- ,pi:'riliteiidai'.ce!. :i| C Mn.i::Dinner of the ciy; of Tallahas-re. \t.\\ Charleston rice,

'I' GROCERIE4. :, r.le f1'_ 1,1 lhl Iht slIlw.C".HllHl'r J )allie '"',- 'I \. 1 i! !:1U Ji.Hq'I ( C. \\ jUliitS.! Jt.-t'j.t I I-!":tI".- : February I ?hll l it- :52. 26tf PH" n. P,-rk. etc.I 12IOCTOIt'S :

;f stir, Cipziii LE\V, an.i De-ita:: C'apl.iin Jlovr.viil cd' ','u.k! !!!t.. d.. 1v. ru. (.'11', I liah.j: II, J.t.. CiiUublc! j
.
.
..l Jam i t,, .s.'. ., ..i-.N. .. =- t ,, t .. ," ,' \ riiii !"-t\\vcii tills piwce! :uJI.'W \ ork .!' }, t"i'; U-nj.I: 0I.. .i..c?. .11.\ tIIl'r.! :Mm.h, I'LV.. i TO'rI; CE.-'flIc ;undersigned! has WILLIS & RAJ

: It nn: will, ,\' :-1.i.y1 il tl':i, ('Ir. 1.\1.1 4-. \', .) irtttite:1s.in.; : ] the l 1) nut i', .1 I 1'--.1 I !.riull.!I Tne-i'ih'mi. *i..:"L-rs appoint-d |. .1' c : app -i!,fffl a-eiit: and attrr.ey: in fact for DOLPH, havinir associated themselves in i l t

tl I Win.-, Port: -r, C It\'r, in B-x a rt!' .>n'; c!i-'?>n (:: J. '- I'io-jit _Y i It.a'II,1: I a, !IMvuai1.1 1.-: I l.-Ji. 27:Iw Seroii ( rant li i mil arid Farr;-!1 Carter, and the I!! practice MEDICINE, offer their pruiekac

a::1:i; Pvrder, -h! ,.", IdIJ, Tea C,1:( -., Loaf S t': tr, *! a i or s:1'agt inr.v b. M ('ire.111.al'L: ,' "'TfCE.-b Is of Ci.arl'-s \\ 1lH!:: ..n, and is .IIITn'lduh htirsl j! >ervices to the citizens of Tallahassee
the
hIHII .
i'I tii'ii M"rs! ; II and
to \\'iiiiti itcinity.
!: : ic I ll.iriiiiian I ; 11. It t'ii'ls .r "It! cure } JT
co, S.u: >, htI: GrihJ.t-IKS, c:i;; u n.\ji!:'.-, :. : s : \t'w-Yod"1 Il t 1"1' 11.. ir lan''s' in !! .rilh. i
All .
: heir oilice
lit I is
J n Ba iu-/Twine or to" Joseph Ladd I at J\Ia: nn are forwarned the former banking roon
hOit': : ; -
1cpt| r, Alsplce C .CAI f/nr
JJ ; :, I I' ii'ii'i ..1qi be j c 'iii.iKiti'i; : w ute Eli) the saliltllfl '. those Januar 3.1!
d in the ( dc ir. 1S3-2.
%, N. B uaJ.a] u city ol i allaaee! ;
.
I Vru'1: all. 'cdi'-sii'-, ".:. U(. c'c. January Htii 1 3-2. The, schooner : ,a j inir to rent 201C
iil :
; tilt j '
I n 10h: .1.fit Ai.inh! may. iboon a.-pli( tfionto; the'I -nb-.rrlber.
11 r; '\'ita ;Tt-i" \ ':'' t\. *>f other :r-iods w !.kh v.'I!! be- ; D h:. i icxp) 'Ctt.il l hrre in iifu.cn day- ; i LIt t, lOU; r i the! >upiniiinhnciof I lLUAL: LJ\ D A.\'D .VEGROES
f/ ; : _< t I'tiij; IlI'illl'l."ir'( >. 1. l K. ('aal!, John! G.I, TZELL. FOR S.JLL
1.\ | *
'sold vi"le
sik! reii
( f"r 221 IIi f ( iamtt'-. Jon.t Inn: ll"i-in' >"!, (l runei Turbm I I rt' 'mlry: 1 M''t!' >. .'. 2Gtf FHMJE farm on which Ait.Taid>.r Adairdeaai
iuuiticK-y ;
I > ;
country produce IlcflrJ's.hr'G.II. !! ,
tsalI'I""UI'it j : 1!. Bi-t..n: HollcrtC JL foru.erly lived, cor.3.siin of atoi4t
Wilbani.JanesM'"Mriii':
: IndJ J tohiio! I hy note-, :account, or <> herwisf- to -i'l 1 : ; ,I II j NEW Sl'Oaeraut
i; .8TOREAGE.addition ilich.ir.i J I II.ivwaid I, I)'. C. Allen' an.i J licnry B,>nJ. STORE n.ile west of Tallaha ste, veil unproved, and Src
aad ihi-!
rny Mtnfas! fc(>on liS -.ivciicifl.< : I Il 1.' al; .i' I .
H 1 1:1u: )hand:: f 'i stl:c', acpun'jty: of BLOUNTrf bes; : :i ) to his ware-house, 5'mr.iis: !iri'ir- <;ii.r the act ..I' li-; 11'-.1'1lJl l : I 1 :, '1LLAi-AASiE. lih11Jll A .short) r.egrce.s, are offered for sale.
T-illab! credit will Lc
li 11 I 'tinubs'ribtr ( 1 \>'''I'. i" br'i.irv-1-r I -r i. 27'fFJiiE siven.or notes negoUcnalfci
t>;j---' 0.:1"Itl'.n Gin>, ;i: ';.rt .d '!
: zes. '
Sui;
'. ... ... ... ,. lns: > recently 1I''r(1 I a spacious I bui.d- }l'iIIF >>rrilJt-r has. I. k.nll" !house} next door to the Bank of Florida icceivtd in payment.
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nl :4.i, I
a : ; I :
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II,. tO by 2u feet, iATeeciViueoTtonaiid; "'ffHj.. INS lLc1-: ; :. .12. ic M. AR \tIS rEAD, ,,y CU. and is i optnins For further particulars!, apply to the urdersferx

"j j 11 J. G. & JJ. HAlriLEN-1 T1.\lc IIYPCAIt1'V.. jrsnA.\Xl-.u.rii-! : -, I l. -. c.r ...L.11z.5: I!Ly FIREcnn I I I i. ,'ri= anti z< l-rahsars1iI xItol L. A. 1 Lr.rr.r.son, E.-q., or j. .!onrnc- U Talbbsee.

I I St. Mark, December 27th 1831. iy-f jfij. i II tilt ra' Ii on the! IIJI'- !a\''ra.-i It ..eiivon Ii.ril-; { .1 j.1I I GROCERIES. f E. "\\". ADAIR, Aeuamistratri.

.ij.11 II..i..1 st t ivct'Ked by l lute ariiv4 a !0iit' th.' >ub! :rril, r, i'2. nt I f 'hi- Pr :e"'in; I IIIMr :- January 31st lE3 !. 2M
:;
: > \-York. ': Valuable Real Estate :'n-'" C' ii<]tiiiy, i iLi-:1.r1; C<'niuc.j.-it. In e.\e-rv 11'-| .! l..IlLUJ, &
I i I'I'I r'!. -i j n tj! tt'f;: (*.'/' \.'t'e ofhr lut'itle-
: er SALE.-
i \j.'l' j.ro; y 1)IiV-GOJDS.
j PU 1.1\ISH.l\L'S
I i1 Ui..liC.l.t.. & 1\1.1 x S a: 'II.I .Hld :.,tt "t I"ic'ry'IlI'III.t! :, fl'1' ''feinlecf: ;. I .1, y\
J OT aje Y virtu- of ,' arnonT vl.ieli: ; : anth rilioII Facias to ire dtlivered! I.CXlloSC IsL'
a of re fifth.r *
::1
i 1 pouer a'ioni" from Alb > : > ('';'rrt.-t.niciii I *!he- articles,
B -y ;: r' a-i: i; .aI| !
I I 2OJOPairNerrolltkait i.r.i.:an', Rif hie aud \Villuun if. Ben : l :lie .. J.M. r.l'1':111 'JuL-! r. :-i: >< .1 Loaf. to sa;e on thursday Inc 1st day of Ajarchmi
: ; : .. j !, cxerntors a if tIll m.uru'i'r a> I :n<|lieant. Th: ; 1 ho.: *,* ..J'l.r' ( 'rii1' Iia\anna, erior White
!00 Pieces Negro C ;tIlB Fust.uns, )... U'illiuu X. !Ititchie.: ihi. siihstrjiixviIi offer and I ih tUinitsfai.d I Vtrv CJ,i an.New: Orltan. ditto! Breiwn town of Quincy, Gad.-eUa. County, all the riib; oi
punc ility n.av : -Suar.
< !;00 .',. do. W-.llui. Cloth and Satinetts j! a. <> iMaltntly rt- claim and interest of W
j aleoi Catlt, illiam .Smith
public licdn.! 11.1 mci
tue-d.iy she 3d \ .tlIL Green firs to two
.
dayrfpdlljl L.I 1 IJ.; PUi-.lV quality.oun2
:t 100( Dn. dn. Point Bl::uikc'.s, I *_ \t. l: I >. levied on as the t.f the said S.mih
I: 100 [)(. ROSe & Dutlile* do., j! ;;() Tlrtt.Lirgt and eniurnodioiiis] uvni sMini! _'iaL.-4_ !! '(.': .F.--.22._ ',: :1 11"'-1 1 27if I io6Y: H\ae.n, Imperial and Pom-lions an execution in favor property of Ira.Satburiu Sale, witiini to satis:

1 20 Bdi-s I D-mes-i.i : Sh-j-tii- & Etc. f I 1 in tile Cilv if Tall-iia-it-c! I .'I C' hours
laiv.iT.
1 prc.2criU.d
: Shirting, I & hiiin.ed: on il.c 1 1 'I Lviitoii TEAS.Ajax by
iri.t .
: t( 15 Doz''ii V. o.! 1lit-', .'l Cd' JJ< r": Adam.--r"I.t and J puijlc square.: SELLIR. : (:; OFILO 4 i iI ;:I J" ) RANDOLPH, marsh

J T Tao;) Pif esSrijll', & PaT .; f"II! <:*icl, ( Cargo.) By A. A. FISHER, d. m.

f 150 Do. :c'Tci! B.:'-'f.; : :,7ft.et on Ad.iiniixl: and 40 feet ('II the" capi-- at| j : 1 i ; ; J 1"111 R'iin, .Mev> Pork, in halfharreI February 7th 1 I3 !. 25ih!
.. wiu CAH.
.. 'W'1 \1.H..kcrd'I...-
a -. ,- 7fO.-: -qu-ire, f.yo M .ryhiji, (" ,JlII'"ldy! w .a :u'rn'n! d ?. in) whole anil quarter do.

;ii. : From NevOrk'any( ; ; the Schoonei ,ilr ,t1lltl! \S it!., a portieoonlM, :tJi fn.n.'s, and h.-s. 1 litclj I Mitselo. \ iry r.ne, in quarter do. ] rAPJANNA HOTEL
iuiderr IIjj\ i:,'.,-'. : subscriber; : FrIiL. .if L'ard 4- }
iWI' f. Go-htn
i. ;i'iitpiif, to this -ci addition of 63 THE -fore. corn r"f J C'I tr- : Butter, Goshen cheese. : : :
NATIVE: 1 ftt front -.:1; the ;> .1.1] .1 -qiuie has b.n ert-ct-d I fie- '. 1 I' ; i"J' '.' :a :I,' pi:: Rice, Codiish: scotch Ht'rrul
'; 150 BbK AVJlI-.vi. f.rat .-:ui-y of ui'i.-hisbnckyhe i sccoiiJ \\eaihvrboa.did! )lie ni Ireland, .' iia.i a ;-a -1.C..t .i j'i," :in Sperm Cal..ih'!, w inter strained Sperm Oil U. THOMAS J. HOLMES.

;' ;J 50;( liidf dold d I. and pain'ed.The lI"wnlarI.i": >. ;ll! i;. i. 1 t' .. t-! A u: Sweet Oil, Nt w Y HIe dried l Beef, :Unary 17, 1831. 26t:

: I t' 100 B,N lll'J'illl'cw: : Wheat FLOUR, a lovr property! I being conetri'ctcd ( xpre.isly: teaT Li\crj-ool't fn: 1 bnwub'| ;dr!if'-r table use. Strayed
Stlen.
i 1 100' ; Cui BAL!. I lMiPK' :, atavcni, hrt-.iij) a dining roniii the uhnle; 1-nih ot DU.YGOODS. Itichm>>nei first Duality chewing Tobacco, or

;!r ,, 1 100 Picctm Heavy Kmtncky BAGGING, the new buildiu. : :'I' 10,000 Lbs. Middling! i. .*:h"III1t'ri} LJ.U:0"\*, chau-b t..rU'Ja'd! to viid: : hou-t- !I.Ir< Ij Bl.ir ( n c-, Fre-vh hunch liaising Fir, Prune Almonds last
.s \ :c \\rl -are-it t, : luitri, l'in! an.t whitFl"i a younp: bright bay }horse about 15 han
I I ; 5 IIhd CanvaJ-v d //./ U S story I kitchen :'M feet by 2j: f-ei. The r.ceFi : -% I with a variety of others cllnlri.Sil'"C'r lush ,
u. i'i'i iin-d Silk- ] article blind
: : I lii i in the none short
laid oil per ; inar.uy: >!i 1. piin, ik! \ l'h'I } I a time before-also, a bay ha
t I \, 50 Pxts&. (lies:* bchi iiichnnd! : TOBACCO, house:: and in rooms f'-r";: ioi-\aii;.':, uas'i 1i"lh", lIi'ht I C att. n d''., Tar tin I ',aid.f I I't'rni'ur,:, (.aiir,',, Supt-ri-ir, I GROCERY LLE.Teisn col', 10 mnnths old, havingsome white about his.
:i. 20 Do, Port r aU.E, a i never fuilinu: : : wth I: t it f.ncr in the 1 Bl 1 k ,
;. .J 10 D..zenC.iins'! th'i al1l'; I J-tJs tmiMiuil I yant-n I I f I IN in-:, !g'l: in .I t.::nd .unul: I a-'e", I Irish Lint m., .llI. and Domestic Liquors Any information on the subject, so that I canrecoi
ic Cam. : : ) ,
I. .L\T.Sf lI'II.s fronting on Adlsiii. lr. ><-. Island (Cotu); >! h I _- the'propt-rty. shall be
j> .ir< I'.aiu, d l Utntiine( Ili'llutiel, G libtr'lIIrewarded..
f..ured
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.t t V. ilidl U Ollld III- xllir.ll.lrl'r ar. Jir'- I I.1 n, :':> llnlhr1zi.!
100UC.S ]
.S7/O7' .. do.
) ,rli. .
/ s .V .r. .1..., L m-i-It S A io" an.llbr.k\ \t ...' ... country
ii's, ., Genuine
I n.unedproperty laiti .n u mm_ ,?In_
isi ,
1 :l VIIE.'ll: : '}J'Jl iI.'iILI"cL'I7Ji(. I \\.i h a line yard f..i carriage.Malic on Pcnvic..Unreel. and drsc s, haiiK! -hitf! ", "au.,". t.-, ( i il1tl; : l>, Na.1.Kttii ; .1.1I1I:1It 1 ai rits, -New- .n:lanel t Kum, --- --- I February 14th 1S'2.4r7. 26J

I' 1 ", r. I alMM'e &(. The w in-k- of the Bn; iti< I ii I Ic'Hum!! ', i i'n tifh Br>v n I I.ln; II, 1'rirnitisre t He' rmitud .II'II'fl"flhi( l.i whi
ill be key
\t. :tYLA) N ) proporty w .sold entire and is common do. l QIAGSOUA.
I : jtEIN now mud r a l'ill1ittil"I < 'l"-i 1 : |", CI'" nu 1. aiui ( ill'r y.t t l.la.tl'ir.l
Jla1oC until the .t. on draft
1st I & in
1fJt I-: lea c to in- He the utientiun oi I jtct to sad lease.At October 1833 I and will be s..ld) :iiI a- w Ili'c' .iii-l Itc.clll..li I i ,;. !, \i--rr. .':.;! ..-, br:; tf h ;jlCll Ru- j I ai.i.a tin.% Clartt elitto. bottles. ) .

; -'j; J l&ir& -ru-itin, ( r> ind the public in central: l.. the ban.e tiin I > and place will be ofT.-red h. !j j ( W; 1th proof Coj-niac Brandy, C years old in bottles, I! DESIROGS of relieving myself d
: I:1.4t th 'u -cii: bl..d.. of 'II and lot a usi "ilASBWASE. ::1llb larire asM>rti. nit of 1JATS II
I pr ; they dec.mitMiperflou- on JffiVr on-Mreit) which has en.IsLUi Iy I ht"1 !!i L-uln CAPS, BOOTS, t of my present situation, and ami
: P .
i i am.
.j C' 'iv r.ttc C\y' &;/'Udl'lIh "llIdlll t he-re shehe-s. are occupied as a store: and is very convenient to I biu-ines.-. .-.. ii'tnllumMiibiiot-) !,, Heady made elothin.r.Mstin. --, I|! altogether to close! my affairs in Ma:olia. The ah: '

t l'I i J cr dc.l, and therefore merely remark, that) they have Also a lot of groin d containing a.x.ut: HlhH'n't'J.; .I A .irt_ .i-hl t.\t. ,ii I>'\ .t' I' IMI, nt it i. :-i \ .in ...). and.: p.inly. of .SujH.-rf.ne} Cloth Coats, a>>o..ttd I premises with the furniture fixtures etc. is offered W
col
'I j. t li n hand a >upi-nor as'.r.I1I'1)t; t'f> aoods, whu-'i'! timbered and watered, and i Is within three iiulis of town I >:st i.. i-f (1\ n.\ < .-. 'ul I l--ri-s, P -n 11.\1:0, 'jlo" IIrj".1 *, ,': -s--! \ir>. Anje'la Frock ditto, a !line; article forunmxrwear .vile and rreat bargains, will be given in this propci

i they wlI1'.d. rhe.ijii-rih.ui fa cash, er,tt-n najt- j in a thickly s-eitlcd nei:bhcihood. :> -. la/i! -, 1. i. !- >, .\If'r*, ( 'lu..S. \I'., c'thn 'i :boi youth->and boys coatees and round-a- to any e> whose purpose it would suit to take possO
!
; iird cr iit. There as-sortnienl consists of the fol1 Terms of wrh i I ', I iN, d.th.| ca.simere- and satinet! Panr31\ bion -
11 wi '. s Tiptions \ zGood the MUn the first 11.11.J: pr"p( rty, i- I 1-1 of .1 < al.t c .t"I: I III II ill t'cinwu:. ,r> P1.\\ ES. I I > de: : and Valencia; ) Vt-4s. A few .tII8, Mure on the first of March next.
; purrhnM-iuMiKy to be paid in hand, tHe !>al in 1 ; riu'es Irish Linen, HENRY THOMPSON.
in-e
tnibhck O
: rich t Fiat
.1 1)\'' of all kinds IltsnKvar' :three equal ani.ual BOTHOE; > hers-Gilpin'sMtperiorhot November 29th
& 1831.
( payments! i rating! an 111' r.l of t 't Q.te ,stPajH-r. presJ 15SE
Fi |p -
Oncbo.\ofetioH
.: '1t C. lIt'1Y, Lookinir) G1as(1: :HATS I!:per c two ctnt last, i namnl iirfhair 'iving approved ?ecuriiy. On ': A lar-e ass -rtn.cnt of BalliJ ,: Paper, of the latest and!mo. t !approved French Hanuini. Inland Cotton Seed of the be
; pioj'crty's, :she terms an13 1 ill j patterns;
J fcjiiut; Saddles etc. .1gn.'ul an iy )hand, an.i tl.c !balance in two tqoal annual 'ttyIi1iiItztaring ,, & \\I. I .more? ami r KU-YiH-'K. I mtdl'! .I j of KiiapsaudStubbs'Japan;either articles! not Paste Blackm?, and a ariety quality can he had of Mr. William Kyle, w:

0: Cifiii! : Glass; and Earthen-Wtac ) the I same interest as above with g-c-d security.: ID "li'JD:: fJCDn( '.j I w ill be sold l low t Cash necessary tamention-all of which I Rocky Comfort post ofice, and at Mr. D. Rant
I Salcl'ty' bo.nmencc ( Appa'lachicola!
) approved 50
2 at &
at e.VL.ck all the tapitol MM nre. n..c 1'nii.ji.-, 1. a u .at. l mil paper. cents per. bushel. It isfrora '
f GRQCERIEStfcC. LEWIS RAMbBUUG Shoes, lir tll'. \ *- JAMES ECCLES. ot'the best plantations in (S. C.,) said cost there
Agent f'jrth" iCptotton: Hides, Skins, and all dollar) bushif and
has !
i- rxccutors. : CUilltrpro per. only been one pl6JIet
ol February 2Is I :-i. HATS AND CAPS duce purcha>e-el at the highest market in this year
i iiicli wilt oc Iid a..c.rt..I.; to ::. : 1832. 27js : price. place. February 7th 1S33. 253ttg
,
ril231331.
ti:11f': aud h'-cxire-me lo'.v Ilril'cf.f i JC7": Thc ({ -orgia Journal i :;
cotton
v c. will .l"ljJl'l'.tJr) i I .1612m
the a Ls.l tlj
p-a'.e ropy abovc 4 i tit o, (tne -
: REGULAR
three PACKET
\r1. 1)
3 IT-h weeks
'cmllt'r I'q. 17 J < f and forward the I II
fice. accourt to this of most fashionable HATS & CAPS of I 1: resh Drugs Garden ----- --- -

: I all descr'" ions.) ,
J u.-t iioceivedP"K I A : C'llc I 'N; SALE.-The IIIJ-'rtiJer luuio" l"ten SEEDS &c. TO NEW &

t .: :: scnooncrMILO, fr.)in Bdltimoie, and for sale, tice that appointed he will auctioneer for Leon County, gives i IK GROCERIES. ,
artend in
.ushelsof: CORN, Tallahassee} c\cry day to ORLEANS j7jJl.TIlE
lOt) Bb1.s} S. Howard Street FLOUR make iudi sales as may he desired. Regular sale days A-Iarge stock, ;Iii it. E. B. PERKINS

; 15 do MACKEREL, tuesdays and fnd.\ys, on whu-h days it is wished, all received the new and substantial sch llfr
sales tIC fixed if FL.OUR. HAS by late arrivals from lew
may practicable.( orkI : '
40 do In '
HERRINGS absence CHESTER baring'ctllciit
Bait Captain
my
(Susnuelnna.,) be made : unplirationran imorc, a large supply fruh Medicines I ,
50 SACKS SALT, 'J'Iie I slllJsefutr111 o P. ULMOBE: e'ity marshat Fifty Barrels and upwards of liOO papers of accommexlations, will run durinsr the pre*
1000 Lbs, BACON HAMS (superior,) in the aU('lid. i.dmim\traiors or her salts sl711eriorhlw wheat flour. C. Landreth-Also, Thermometers garden seed from IJ. season as a regular Packet, between Magnolia :

i Any persons wibhin to purchase the corn, can have county, (IU re.isonaile! notice II I I} tlrometers-SochcrometersProuts Spirit and Syrup -Orleans. Goods will be taken onboard, orl Ided
S : credit until the first ofjanuary JOhNVESTCOTT Jr. ALSO. and patent Cam rubbers at St. Marks, if required. The ifsuf
beautiful Captain
by riviiiga bond with SeI Fl''_. 2 Is' 1 1'32. and much approved article for :
27t"
I, the
Io I curity. Tl "OTIJY M'CAR'I. :\ I'.CI:iOllc'r. cure of corns-Braggs ficiently encouraged, intelids to remain permonentlj
I q Atnris' 17th 183 J 52tf FOR ItEN /'.-The plantation on which Sadleiy, Crockery and Glass Ware plate, Bntania &., Rose polishing paste, for cleaniiu I I this trade, and promises the utmost attention to M
the Orange Flower
-'- -' stl} rilwrlatl'lv I n> .idpll., .rlf'1Il'.. W ..I... L.-L :; Till ware Lookiii GJu Lavender, and Cologres Citron ness entrusted to his charge. For freight or vt
-'--- waters
,
scs.Snlt. etc.
I "r? VUTTUN twelve miles from Tallahassee c'J.JaCKSOn__ about -''j -Ilf'n1 ---. thc; \tilr; Carpenttrs OII; ..,* / _....l,.etc._ri.. ,...Expected bv apply to the Captain on board.
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.pwards .f made u UUt %ln
( dy clothing- nIia. December 20th
one liiiiulrcel acrrs of'cleared land, of
Uvig<)0hl\vclliniiitise'aiid( ( JAMES \' U"LLIN. :

I 1 'lermes hassee, &c.made] known by the com'euieu"out DANIEL sub crillt.r in hOU8t.Talla Tallahassee, November 15th 1831. i.-jjf FOR( ini-nts.SALE, to close Consign- ATTORNEY ia'. $AT btrmau LAW. ,


February 21st 1 83:. GANT. AMERICAN HO'I EL.THE 85 Barrels Sweet Superfine FLOUR TiLL Practice in the Courts of this DistriTV jCt:

07fTTIOR 32 Sacks Liverpool blown SALT in Jackson County West Florida. His
: ,
jJ. 1t! & !! il t1UI SALL.--A first, rate Roller Cotton Gin. AJT ,- :- 5 Bags COFFEE, is on Jefferson Street, opposite that of the Reg-.sret'a
tu, ply to H. COW DEN. 3 Boies Loaf SUGAR X. B. All instruments of writing, will
,
J'I; ILL i1lR'i.s'j2TIIOUSANIi. I-cOruaryZlst 1832. :7fT1CE.JJ'ffl 7 Barrels Lump Ditto. with the strictest attention to their legal accura .

) 5 Kegs TOBACCO Tallahassee, June 20, 1829. LADMINISTRATOR'S
be exjiosed at public' sale _
1 .urda V I I I iii MircJi at the corner of Jefferson, on sa- 50 Da-gen PLOUGHS, NOTICE.-All '

-I::!.. vLES 01' Cotton > Prime Gins Boxes dull
square, I of Alexander's make. Terms made known SOAP drew Rush dec'd. arc required to present them

JJale.11 IK* preferred, i it mu>t he delivered in I I the sue. D. C. IFJLSON.at Apply authenticated within the time prescribed by kw' .

good Bag iny anilonler' or a deduction will-be expecLPe February 21st 1832.. "* Subscriber toTAYLOR & KLEIN. they will be forever barred. Those indebted to s

TJiuy have ftAtensivp !houses for storing Cotton 27tf respectfully informs his friends, St. Marks, January 31st 1832. 24tf. F estate are requested to make immediate.! Da\'IIlent.
t :a.. J. the & -
their charges 25 cents per. B-iIe for the season and D M. W. DAVIDSON, respectfully ten- public generally, that he has rented the LEAH RUSH. )
Ilers large commodious Dli.
if ilvy l>pc'!me the. p'JrI'JI 1-er" clf it, n') charge will l be hi4 services in the several departments c-f building on the West side of the JOHN M'LEMORE. LIONEL FLETCHER 5 Administrator.Leon .
; Capitol
ma-Je. They will mikeudvanrs.oncotton) stored with :u* profession, to his friends and the citizens of Gadsen Downer.Square The,House formerly occupied asa tavern by John U ESPECTFULLYinfQrms the ci- I County, February 14th 1832. 268"_
County lie

t i them, .harlc9t, for shfpmeniei'her or ''sron. New-Orleans, Ncw-York in every appliration pronises, and punriualry his charges and will faithfulness lIe made. repair, will be ready for having the reception undergone of Boarders a thorough and I ti ens of Tallahassee, and its vicinity, that ht : FOR I .SALE- &S

; :magnolia December SOih to correspond Hit| the hardness of the times Visitors on.the 13th inst. iusjocatcd himself in thiscity. I perpendicular iron s\1a! .
1831. N. B.
& I ISif \Voodrill"l Gad cll Co Florida, JIW31.163221t I JOHN W. RE.\VES.. at his lie may be found at his office' in Town, or mill and three boiJe -

tf Ttllll1l see, Nov. 18, 1831.' residence' a few hundred yards distant, on the skimmers ladles, & copper .

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f JeE ._4m TALLAHASSEE FEBRUARY 28 183S.r .

' d1)y ". -- ----- -- -- ,
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) b .. the bank of :Magnolia: concluded.) order, or by delivery, if -
IS ill t incorporate payable to bearer. Sec. 3. Be it further enacted That the Intendant shall
have
le iki : oidinanccs and ., I Passed January 12th, 1832.Reconsidered .
I
such l <
id ye-laws I
illnE! r\o I put i indention : the power and exercise all the duties, and may receive the fees
"qfJa, :lall'll) I i nccc:.':"aiy and convenient lor the go- RULI x. i of 1 REJECTED Feh. St 18351.
Justice
hall SCUH
II t'l'a. a ol the Peace within the said and
cct : ns corporation. passed: by the
- ""$." P'11.:1:fl'l cJ .aid: corporatIOn, not being 1 contrary t to the 1 laws of: Half yearly dividends shall be made of:so much of the profits I Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the said Town Council requisite majQrit", FeL.9, 1832.Xo. .

:I -- '. n of the United} :States: ; and for the making of the said Us'nk. as shall appear{ to thc Pn--idfiit and Directors shall .
md have full 49. An
A.lf0.ij) r i ;ritlrr: : I Iu.d'i..mblc puwer and authority to prevent and remove nuisances ACT for the relief of Enoch .
I C President] and Uirect- (the tirst half after the Bank : DudleyWHEREAS
,
the shall have
) been in -
.j': he called: by ; operation 1
inn'
,. .. 1-t'4 ; ma\'eI to tax auctioneers, retailers of goods and liquors, and I ,
*'* L time, t,} giving ten day notice, ann except*'d,) and once in c\vry three y ars Directors! shall taverns to restrain i It has been represented to this I. }
{ ( .1,I d i Hnr.kt any ; or prohibit all sorts ot gaming, to license iridttiiit r ,m i(
, 11 r '414',lY, do and execute nI l acts' matte; and I tiling: whichV 1 lay' l before the!: stockholders, at a :general meeting, for their inturl 1 1 and regulate theatrical and other public amusements, to establishand i cil, that Sarah Dudley:, who before her ma rriage with Enoclrt ..

\'k trjof mil a..ft ; X.Tor body politic in J law' maur of.can I lawfully. do or oration, an exact and particular! eat mcnt of all the atlnr:; icla- regulate markets, to direct the safe keeping of the standard I Dudley, was named Sarah Dancer, has violated her conjuj

othCty.e i-t-q....... "*'T' ..uliject to the rules regulations n stnetions and pro- live to the Bank, and divide the stirplu[ profits. '.V: ot weights and mcasuics, appointed by congress ; to prtnide I fidelity to her said husband-1 herefor C, in consideration or
1 c(1I proscribed and > Janil.V I and the premres, and for the relief of the said
Iwrt'il1Jfttr regulate burial grounds tor the use of the said town; to sink : Enoch Dudley
' jgJ1 I j-II\II 1 ) '1'1 hat t the I directors of the I RULE XI. I Be it enacted the
enacted
a it further} well.and! and; I by and
fJd Be 1 erect repair{ pumps, m the streets and public Governor Legislative Council of Ifcj

'herR"i I ::I'k rr'f f,r' the' time beinghall: have iro:vcr to aj.po.m. such ufiika't 1I I All notes discounted( by said bank shall; be made payable there; square.-, to erect and repair market houses, and public scales, 11!! erntory ol Florida, marriage contract heretofore sul3 .

3tf: i1 I.'"' 'kt1., :\I1t) -ervaiits\ : under themselves, ,, as shall be iicccsJrcr'r (bills of exchange e.xccpled) and if the endorser hv without within the aforesaid: hu.its: excepting{ the (pleasure squares ; to I I silting between the said Enoch Dudley and Sarah his wife, Ir1

---... ftrt.I\! ijaiisacling; of the business of : rorpoialion, and j the limits of the Town where} I the said hank is, or m.y be established establish and regulate patrol--, to regulate the storing of gunpowder I j,,, and the same is hereby dissolved; and the said Enoch Dudley H
lei lj!kkf! 'ar-\I \ h ('ol11prl1, -ahon fur their services i respectively, i to tax hawker and to restrain hereb Y released from the bonds of matimony, which be .
'(Lie. :'I, th111Uf they shall be held and bound lor the pay "lent of the note, pedlars, antTprohihil tippoii by u aa
'Rei':::I1"i i : i) Otl: in.P icn-on.iblr; and -hall be capable of exercising such without any demand being m dc on the drawer! or notice ol its. i! ,, house.-, and lotteries ; to provide for the establishment of!! hllluever united with his said wife, as fully and completely l as if the sa_. .,

1r'lliIS 5fr/ and! Authorities I : / the well guvvrning and] order- public schools andupermlenuaiiec ol thc same to restrain andagaloid5 : existed.
.' ; cr nun-payment: being served on them, the said endorsers.j : ; !
tlO, 't'iirri1"l: 1 said I as shall I hc piescribed' Passed February 2, 1832.
r Mr !) :..0.1I1'- lit f corporation, punish! \ and disorderly persons, and the di orderty- cou- i

ROn f"lffl { 132'i'1'"''thIeO)Mi-rmincd, by the laws, regulations: and ordinances j RULE XII. uuct ol negroes anti pcr.-ons of color ; and generally to provide I REJECTED Feb 8, 1832.
{I i\i'd i Reconsidered!, and! 1 passed by the r'qlli's'
tor the majority
.tWl' mteriot ponce and good government ol said: town. I I''cU.9,1832.
26 t1 ''J the. t V;c it further enacted), That the following! rule, On nil notes running in said Bank, where any mortgage ha Sec> 5. lie it further enacted, That the said iown Council No. 50. AN ACT

-. -.... ; !;- ?',. limitation:"' and provisions i : shall form and be, .the been: given to secure the payment of the same; n shall not t,eneeessaiy shad have power to lev)' a tax lur-the purposes I recited in the abctl. A. Breadalbane to dissolve and the marriage contract between Elit iJ
Donald .
rjruU, rJ.\ iy ll :i1 ,ogles (It> the I constitution 0 f' the I ::tauJ; corporation.jniiii : to renew the mortgage- account 01 ihe renewal oi' preceding section of thi act, III such manner anti under such M. Breadalbane. '

31.Jtf. .9 !, ;gllrpt\ \ I"," the note, but the inongage oiigmady: given shall he good and circumstances as the said Council shall conceive east: hurtheuoiiiu Whereas it has been proved to the satisfaction

-e r is : RULE I. valid( to secure the l'U) IIlllll of e.uh ui.ewed; note, so long as > to the citizens, and to provide for the collection: theieof : 1?live Council, that Donald M.' Breadalbane late of this Le Duval
kite thll),(,t 11)) ,o,ntul, cr of v<.tcsto which: .eachtoc'ldlne1er] shall be cnfcjU fuili note shall be a part; ot the original debt.RLLE Provided, that no tax shall be imposed on peal pivperly, at any county in the Territory of Florida has withdrawn his of
hold
shall
shares he
number support
, the]
d8Cineto", : l la ncaccoidinii\ : to i higher! rate; than one quarter of one per :cent on the unused value I and 1 protection, and has entirely deserted his
'11' / lawful l wife Elizabeth
"
share I II and .
'Vo follow that 1 is to -i-or one Zt'e"ptr t I It proportion,I mg' saj of the same, and shall have povvei to IIIUKC and pa.- all :,such A. Breadalbane, who before her marriage with the
ill saicl
shares, one vote ; for evrry twoshaus, aminO '
,liuir I two ordinances such tines auu for Donald J 11. Breadalbane
" \( ( I and to impose penalties, mtrmgement was named Elizabeth A.
t four -ha 'cabm'c The Directors hall fair and in book Brown an
one vote ; for cvciy I : ten, keep ; regular entries a to ;
rrding! ten I therewith, shall to the that he has been unkind his
as
'plr tG c\' iht'ieo!, or non-comptinnco :saiu to said wife, and unfaithful
lot
in
: thiitv, one I \ \otr tor every six sham:. above bo provided for that puipose, oi their piocctdmg-: / on ..u) h'OWS
vccdiug
of
and not t : : 'town comifil seem neces-ar)) to give eutCt.td: operation to the: I II \ fidelity having left her in a destitute situation
with
cxrcciling: sixty 1 OIHJ vote ; for cvciy eight shares ; question when a i -i tutul :snail; cq.jic n, thc yea.- and nit.\> .- Oi'. ,
rh itcite" and in'i' I plowers anti r.-uulations! to the duties beiem aid hetxoy neii unu determination never to return-And whereas the said Elizabet
list and not c-xceeding:!: omhundred.. 'nd.sale. liHJ\'C'' .i\t.\ imposed; to and upon the said corporation or uwn council an) : Breadalbane ha petitioned to be divorced from her afores
- hareabove OIH- hundred, one vote ; and on (hiprml t tho-c miimlcs to .)C at all times, in ) rf\ It'll .- : law of this Territory to the contra.) IIUh\llh.tatldi: l- ; l IO\IUClJ : Therefore for the relief of the said Elizabeth
and be decided! whiJi III.. ? come slockholdeis.Set.J; I .
all mailers things )
,./i.d.'l luill t furlhcr! ; that no capitation; (tax bo levied on: i t'lr.ollIlS not enutiuu Ureadalbane,
'! ,. M.M-kholdcrs i for their vote or discussion: ; ami alter : 7. i lit.; it further enacted, 1 hat aft, r the fust election : Be it
|'tdirth.< | to vote for Intendant and Councihucn/ ; auu provided, that toe enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of
.I"elit.". no :shale or :-.harehall: : confer a right orul- oft i it'edois. thev ::-h..llllc' rhx-leo h : annual!} at the 1 banking house t.
the' fn:.j t ( I i I said ordinances and rules shall be sigmdi.y: l the luienuaiu ami. territory of Florida, That the marriage contract of the
eave been Imldon throe calendar months thc liist i0lLi,.V m J Jiiiuav; cat h tip the g
WeT -dull not i on : titer (nuulihcdi Donald M.
\vlii.-h :
'
Ira'; ;'>, i i ii attested by the ( lurk, and that no orointllce11.l1i bo. passeu, Breadalbane and Elizabeth A. Breada 1 b an.e, fo
the d.iy of clccliou. :tockholdcrs; may, vote( in e- i i ant Kiioldeis: of tlie! capital t-t f :s.iij; ; Iiauk, anti by a piuraiity/ ; of I Elizabeth .
i
t'l erly \ Urown
IIn \\ioi! granting; any salary: pay, allowance to the Intendant ul't..Otltr- be and the same is hereby oissol
.h, in none' but stockholders being i 1 the vote.tnen '.no, there{ :act.iahy according to the afoicI I
t,.. ti\lll- 11proxy, or person: : given :- cilmen, or either of them. I and annulled ; and the said Donald M. Breadalbane and El
IIi'the Ttrrilorv shall 'tie risible as directors. I said scale of \'uthhr ; and incase oi the death, iCsignation, or
tlHZrn., t Sec. 6. Be it further <:enacted That the Town Council shall ilL th ..\. hreadalbanc, formerly Elizabeth A. Brown, are her
RULE II.Not f removal nl'tie! i'rl'-il tlIt: tile Dlr"l'tor.ltali proceed to elect 1
I have power to compel the attendance of its members, and t'. absolutely: divorced from the bonds of matrimony, as full,
another! of the Dnectors for the
out lime being-and m ease oi! judge of the election rttiinii and of the Intendant solutely! and entirely, as if the said Donald M. Bread ,.'\
shall con.-tituti hoard for the i qualifications ...
than five directors a : the death i removal of Director
lo-- : resignation: ) or a Ins place
:and Elizabeth .\. Breadalbane
may )
w I atui its members: and the naystall! formerly Elizabeth A. Br
<
t whom th.ir -iJent shall : >wn ; F'assnd : at the request wnf .
of
:lajJ.-:H.ti"1I( of lu) -inc" : pn ; alwaysbe i, be supplied by a majoiitv: of ihe i.oaid of lirectors.Sec. had never been married. -
;
\! of two mrtnber.be the record. :
\: 0:1f';! vc'jj't: in case of Mekness\ : or necessary: ab.-enee, invhidi I : i?. Be it funlK. enacted, i hat no UITl'c1lJr.haJ: he entitled any placed on Passed Jan. 13 132. j:
Sec. 7. Be it fuither enacted, That the said Town Council ,
rLe + case his place' may be upplied: t for the time uelllgIty I to any emolument or salary, except the President: of the ,
shall: have to elect a Treasurer Clerk and such other ofiirers REJECTED Feb. 8, 1832. ,
power ,
: their Humber b thelioaidof
gal .urn otlior) directorho.en: from among ) aid Boaid) who may, at the discictiun: oi toe said( Directors> Reconsidered and passed l h- the
as to the said Town l'ollnl'lll1Jay- seem necessary to ,:'id ivefitct requisite:: majority, Feb. 9.1833
vi.
diiectors. i i allowed a icasonable comjensalsoi; for his extraordinary ser-
to the and regulation to the duties thi., act I
, III. powers by
I UULK
j vices.j :No. 51. An ACT fur t the relief of Rebecca Pierce.
/ given! to or imposed upon tIle said: Town Council) ; and to determine I
i :" (C. 9. Be; il further, enacted: 'I hat it shall be the duly of th:. .
of stockholders= not le-s: : than ten, Whit, together the salaries! of the said olliccrs, and! the :same to dismiss atI Whereas it has been
number
A this
to
President and Directors of :-;..id Hank: in the month of January I represented Legislative Counc,
-.,, of one hundred $shares or pleasure ; and! two-thirds of the said Town Council may expela that a certain John Pierce :
hall 1 beviers: or proprietors up- of each year: il'r.. quucd by the Legislature:: of the Stale: or '1.er1 hath withdrawn nis protection a
have at time, to call a general mcelniiiif member of the said Council f for disorderly behaviour or mal from his lawful wife
eJ arJsshall 1 po\\rr any Il 1 ntory of Florida, 'to r'c1Jer] : to them a statement of the amount of support Rebecca Pierce ; hath endeavoto

the +)ld'rsiur' purpl/5e-) relative. to the institution, giving : specie, cc. actualK paid! in upon :.,tl.CiuL5crweJ:! :; ;amount of conduct in ofiice. waste and dispose of her property, and after abusing r
)iva-t 1 1 four week- notice in :so.ne; public paper, in this counn. Passed Feb. 3, 1832. threatening: injury to his said wife, has deserted '
at l 1 1 bills i i--ued: and amount duo on 1 jut: : or ou pmchasc of bilU of filially her ; t
in iu-h notice the object or oi-jt-ct.s of such APPROVED Feb. 9, 1S32. that: he has also been convicted
aii.l{ spccilying of and fora
; c\ChtI I t, oi any other inloniuiion, as to the Mtuation; of the I. punished degrad
... .._
oiieuce the laws of the
lucttiniT.: Bank.brc.: against country ; therefore in consi
RULI: iv. No. 13. An ACT ro-nectinj: tic payment of !l'n owe: on pu'ulic letters. ation of the
premises s
,
i Be it further
: 10. enacted, That imuT-diatoiy{ on thedisoluiioii

Tlfj Cafliicrli.ili; appointed )by the di rectors. and before : of the said t orpor.slion/ ctlectual measures shall:; be 'i i Be it enacted: by the Governor and Lc:,i-btivc Council of the Territory Be it enacted of Florida by the That Governor from and Legislative the Council o. y
and after
of
takfii, by the existing: directors! :, for closing! aii the of pas.age
concerns Territory Florida That .the Territorial 1 be, and he
the Duties .ff hiollu'<', lie hall be n q-j'ued to reasurcr act the
in1 J eiiifi- upon i tit Comp.inv; : and divide the capital an.1 profits; which marriage contract heretofore subsisting; betweei
remain is authorised
of the : n.ay hereby to tin amount of commlU1i0 -
the on
.nl with securitus: to :lti-lnctlon P tv said John Pierce
:irJMn! '; I'.vii or uun: and bis wife Rebecca Pierce be and the
amon_: the tol..hllldt'r.in; proI'II. tilld to their rojxctive'interest : cationreceived: and :filed in the Lxeciuivttand ,
: *.-tots, inn -inn; not lrs than tn ou-nnd: doll.irs;, \\.th a SecretaryVolliccson I hereby i i.s dissolved{ and the
ii/::4 I : said Rebecca i h released'ro,,
and it shall be lawjul for ih-j i.'in-ctors: aforesaid{ 1, toue :
;
; the business of the that the be authoried
of duties of hi ofiiec.1tL1L Teiritory, auu Secretary -
fuhhfui the ;
.,iiu.ni for the ; ]p onornuncc t tidehty and obedience imposed her by the bonds of H
the corporate name: style, i.nd <"-:lp.tcity of the compnuv fit' to draw: for the same monthlv.St > upon :: *
thin! of sintoi;' } the iirl'Wi:11fJ1l' !; of settlement of tlv rimony, to the said John Pierce, as fully and completely, .
I ; purpo-e ; I'C. 2. Be it further enacted: 'i hat all former acts on this the had existed.

flairs; and a<'<'o'rots of{ thc Lorporaion' :: ; and; upon tIle :sale! or subject' be, and deer an; hereby repealed. Passed same Feb.never 2 1832. <

La-id-] ;. t-'iirnionts and, JjeroditainonU which it sl.all; be lawful I disposition of titi i ir estate: real p.-rsoii.d: or mixed but not trI Passed Feb. G," 1S32. ,

f.,r the :-ai-1: corporation tit< holdhtl: : be only such as shall be I auv other pnrpo-e, nor t in Hiy; other maiiiicr: ; whatever.Sec. .A I'I'IO\-EU, February 9th, 1S32. K 'roni.Iered: and l REJECTED Feb. 6, 18.

Hl11lj-ile c for+ its tight/ 'ulltr uecommodation: m relation. to the : 11 Be it further enacted I, i hit: the President: and Directors .. February !if, 1832.No. passed >y the requisite majority of the C
,
. voiueni..ni ir.jn-a. till;! o.; its htl-inC.-, and tick as hall have : shall: not, at any time, be. anti!nd to i--n' a gieater Xo.IG.. An ACT to cstaWjsii! a terry across AppnlachicuLx: river, ?tJehf t.

'.11:4'n trldl.II' ,\{ npijiiia! ;: :;+'d 1.ii h\\ +vM\\' oferu.iiv.; or eoflvc\eil\ *r amount than: three tiinus: %the actual amount\ : of! ihe ':!p'-rir' ; or United : ( acf. ;2. AN ACT to dissolve tne marriage contract between W

Ill Jt ill :sati.'faction! +if d"its; :, 1 prcvioiK-ly t l contrar1t: ,;''l m the course\ Mate, bank note< .ictirdlv iu the vault: n'* said 15m;: !<. Kerr and Epsy. Kerr.

4.f u-; <:ic.ling-: or i pnr,-ia.-i-d! : at salts upon Judgments which :Sec. 12. i e It f further niacfed: i'hat-any.per-on' (.r i po '>nnvvbi > I Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative:: Council of the h

.sliall' gave been objamed: for such debt. } ; may fill< to to pay for :sloek, by! tlitmubsei'i.: ." !, when the j|: Tcnitory 01l Florida, That ..famelills and benjamin F. Perry, Whereas it has been proved to the satisfaction of this ,l

instalments: become duo, tin.1' President:: : and I Directors; mnv. pass I Ij [, be and .they are h.-rehv invested with the riiiht: and puwcr ot es- lative Council, that Epsy B. Kerr: has been unfaithful to t"

HULK; VI.Tiio j an order forfeiting; all payment: or P :yita Its! that may; have: been j I labli-hing: a t ferry, and charged with the duty of keeP-n_ the same 'I| and board of William Kerr her lawful 1 husband, and the.. .

in repair, across Appalachicola. river, at Ochesee; and the William Kerr having oeen a icsident within this Territoi .
m-ide onueh sto< k, airl} cau-i theaim 1 tube --oid at pi; !,lc: ;luct : I
t'ltal; amount of O,-iti- which thc ;said corporation shallat {t 11011, or otherwise, and slnll bo authorised! to transfer surh\ stork I :sail'Iames: Mills and Benjamin F. Perry, shall continue in the : mOle than three years, and having petitioned this L--,, ,,

any lime ovve, .xljelher; by bond hill or note, or other' contract, lo the purchaser ; the proceeds: !: ol thesto.-k! forfeited! aftor pay- I,enjoj.ment of :said t Krry, :for and during the term of f live years : i Council to be divorced from his wife Epsy f B. Kerr ; therj

'!hall not weed l the sum I'" six huii. r. Ll thousand: ; dollar: : o\vr shall be the Piovidcd, the said Jlills and Pl.rryhall; so long keep the said : t the rcliel'of him, the said William Kerr, i
; ini( sin-h expenses! as m.iy; aci rue :applied to Use o If{
actual! ia thin I.IliL lor safekeeping I iu I Be it rnaf ted by the Governor and
nul: above) the sum tii'-n drpu-ited) the Corporation-And if it should h.ippui: I at any t tlll1(', that till furry good repair. Legislative Council '

1 unlos the ( ontraetmg of any greater deot -hall: have I election of Directors should not take: plan on the day: provided+ I! Sec. ii. 1 Be it further enacted, That it shall be unlawful/ for Territory of Florida, That the marri ins contract, enters

been previously! authorised 1 by the law ot the Territory in ca.-e I electing them, the Pre-idcnt and i ;ire t-lors for the tiiiie: beiuj any person: or f person-:; to establish and keep a t ferry on the said between William Kerr and Ep:;y B. Kerr, is hereby dk.

of excels the directors under \who.-c administration it -hall happen I I shall appoint: a day; for: that purpose\ within: t+Mi day: afterwards.Sec. Appaiaehicol:1{ { : within five miles north or south of; and at the and annulled, and the said William Kerr and Epsy B. Ke

shall 11)(' flab] for the same in their nalmal and private ca- I 13.: Be it further enacted.: Thai the bills; of the Bank placeaforesaid: extent! it be for hits, her, or their own,use, and not j jf I'! herobj absolutely divorced from the bonds of Matrimor

I paciu\-! ; and ai; actl.iilt1 debt may be brought agaiiift them, I shall be redeemed: ) at th" Banking; hou-o! Magnolia: : in gold, I .r the purpo.-e of gathering: or receiving toll. I! fully and absolutely and entirely, as if the said William '
administrators in court } I St'c't: Be it further shall be .the of and the said Epsy B. Kerr, had never been married. '
11 r ajy: of their heir- exo Mitors or any: ':'silver or .Lnite l :Mates; bm\! noteand) wh.-u! any other 5 aik- enacted, lint: U duty

4.1'. record in the\ 'i'frritory} by any creditor or creditors of said i| iu ... i On1ftIor: C oip jr.ilion: : shall apply; at tin- l Bank and cJl.-1 the said JIills and Perry, their heirs and assigns: td keept at all Passed, January 2, 18J2.

:(uorpoiaii I and) may be jiro-ecuted, to judgment and execution: j j I.maud\ specie I" in paViiiynt: of the bilK or notes, which fan1 Bauk- times a good and! sufficient flat or craft sufficient size to crossa REJECTED Feb. S, I

alt; condition, (l\ l'n:1l1t: or amveinent: to the contrary notwithstanding orporatioii hold! ibis Bank tho said waggon and l-amand that they :shall be entitled to receive such Reconsidered and p:ssed by the requisite majority of the
j ing Company or' may in February 9, Ifc32.
; : but this) shall: not be, con-tiued to exempt; the said I i I notes: or biil shall; : and may be lead l off in the hole or a part of toll a.. mav he fixed by th" dlllltt'ol1rt; of Fayette county, and I l .. -

<' the l.inds) : and 1 tenements: ods: and chatties: ) of + be subject to the order; of said court, or any future Legislative No. .
iporation' or g this Bank, r.i: notes or bills which this Iiauk} may hold on surh, ; ;j3 An ACT to organise a county tu be called tie County|
.
llifamc from beinir al-o liable. for, and being chargeable with : Banking omp.my or Corporation ; and the t\a?hipr of this: Bank council of thiTerritory.: .
{ of said. director.- why !have been absent i Passed: Feb. 3, 1S3: 2. Be it enacted the .
'tho said t'\COSI'h; : :: may may, if he requires it, (1t ntan.l: an oath in wrhing flf the person) by Governor and Legislative Coun

when said excels was contracted or created; or who may i I presenting) : said: bills or notes for{ pal nH'ut, that s.ueh note.s( or lulls APPROVED Feb. 9, 1832. Territory of Florida, That the dish ict of country bo d

hu: e dissented: : fiom the resolution or act: whereby the same so Mited for pavmeul, are not the properly of any other -- ... follows, commencing on the Chattahoochic river vvheraljviiiing
themiehcs prcs x o. -1.. An ACT to dissolve the contract of Lorinc Runnel( and iiue
between
rrll'raclcd created re.-pecmely exonerate auiriM e ; the :State Alabama and Florida fewthe
\ ,
\:1: < so may i Bankiii": Company. : or ('oriioralion.;( .
.
Joliti Riimel.VIIF.RKAS lilrwin's
f from bring liable, h)' forthwith giving notice of the same, i{I I Sec.n14. lie it' tin (her enacted: I, That thin {vrnnal property \ It has been proved to) the !satisfaction of the Legislative ; said river, thence running westwnrdly on the said
dissent, or before some notary public, :Mill, (front thence a direct line to the head '
nnd absence
ol their or I of carp and every of the stockholders :saall be pledged: and Council, that John Kumel has for passed, withdrawn o

and to the stockholders at a ;general meeting, which they shall | bound in proportiou! to the amount ofhares: held by each in his:, his protection and support{ and entirely years abandoned his j Spring, or Robm-onrs Spring Creek, thence down 1.'J I

Hate power to call fur that purpose. ; or her natural, private and individual; capacity: f for the ultimate lawful: wile, Lorinc Uuinel, who before her marriage! to the I j bank of said Creek or Spring, to the Chipola river, tl y

I redemption of the tall-or notes i iut'd! by, or from, said Bank, said John Runnel, Was named Loriuc Abby, and fir :sometime .j the (Chipola river a duo south course to the Washij; '
RULI; vii. line
on Appalachicola river shall constitute coo
I 1 1 during the time he or :she III:1holll: such -tock. before he abandoned her, did very much abuse, neglect, and called the a

Th said: corporation shall not f'iivctly or indirectly, deal or I Sec. 1 .'). Be it Hsrlher: enacted, 'J'iut: said Bank: tolk.ha1l: : : ilhreat )her, the said! Loriic his wife; and the said Lorine Ru- 2.county.Be it of further Fayette.Sec. enacted. That the Goveri

hills tf or silver bul- pay the same: rate: of tax as innw;; or m may be hereafter imposed mel) having been a resident: within this Territory for more than .,
gold
tr.iilc I'M tlmm < exchange; :! be
: any except Territory, and he is hereby empowered, for the
profit. of oihcr .
banks!
the stock or : m this Territoiy.Soc. three and council
for on ? ha\'il'g petitioned this to
ilea, or, in the :sale; of! goods) really and truly pledged money years legislative and administration of Justice in the establishe :
Ifl. Be. it furiher.1 ouacted: 1, That 1 Banking I Inxtitulionbe :: county
which shall be : no be divorced fiom her husband; John Rumel, therefore, for the .
in duo time, of goods "'
kilt, and not redeemed or act, to such officers he i is may; be
appoint as or autl
,
sujacn.xfor iud in Bank; incJl\ icl- r
allowed to : said nor relief of her
take any Inc said Loiinc Rurncl formerly Lorine Abby,
neither shall! the said corporation ,
titstuorc of its lands ; .
the
produce appoint in other counties of this Territor t!
than fifty Glares: until the books -hall have brren I
its loans ual to take more B" it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of the
than the of eight cent annum, upon Sec. 3. Be
rate
at per per it further enacted That the inhabitant
kcpt open the sixty days as aforesaid, after wli.h no exceptions Terri.ory of Florida, That the marriage contract ent red into *
or discounts.: VIII. to be made in subscriptions for stock. between John Rumcl and Lorinc Runnel, formerly Lorine Abby, I county, be and they are hereby authorised to elect suc .
RULE Be it further enacted That this act shall take ef- : civil and military, in such manner as is or may be di
Sec. 17. be and the saran is hereby annulled, and the said:: John Rumel .
law to be elected in the several counties of this '
The stock of said Corporation shall b<. assignable and tiansfcrable feet from and alter the passage thereof. and Lorine Runnel, formerly Lorine Abby, are hereby absolutely j I That the officers thus appointed elected shall Te
or hole
,
shall be made Passed Jan. 1C, 18o2.:; dissolved: ) from the bonds of absolutely and
J to such rules and regulations as itrimony: as fully,
according | fices for the same period, exercise the
)by the Board Directors, who shall have power to issue to the REJECTED Feb. 7, 1832. entirely, as if said John Rumcl and Loiinc Rumel, formerly same powers,

i subscribers their of certificates of stock ; and no transfer of stock:; Reconsidered and I passed 1 by tho requisite nuijoiity 1-Vli. 8, HUi.: Lorine Abby, had never been married. same penalties and responsibilities, and be entitled.
the is be
same
*'- -"'" L"'f compensation as 0may by law _
the company Passed Jan. 12 1832. pr
iu t this company shall t bo considered as binding upon 1'0.41 t. An ACT to mcorporac the Tov.n of Ochcscc.Bo officers of the same station in the several counties I
unless it be entered upon the books of the Bank. REJECTED Feb. 8, 1832. ritory.
.. Reconsidered: and passed: by the requite majority, Feb. 1), 1832. .
it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of tine L- .L", Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That it shaH be

RULE IX. Territory of Florida, That all the free white male inhabitantsover : K 0. 48. AH ACT for the relief of William Miaumc the Judge of the County court, to He appointed by;i "'

ancfof credit under tho seal of said corporation the age of twenty-one years, comprehended within the limits I act, to hold two terms of his court in each and eve

The bills obligatory made to or persons, shall he of tho Town of Ochesee, and their successors, be and remain WHEREAS, It has been satisfactorily proved to this Legislative commence at Ochesee on the first Monday of Marcher ;

which shall. be any person under the hand or baud forever, from the passage of this act, a body corporate, by Council, thai' Sebina 1\1 imms, wife of William Mimms, of until the permanent seat of justice be selected J;

assignable? by endorsement theieupon and of his,, !her, or their assigns, and the name and style of the Town of Ochcsce; and by their corporate the county of Escambia, has been in the habit of violating her Sec.. 5. Be it further enacted, That it shall, e
cf; such persdn or persons: sue and he sued and be impleaded, and matrimonial bond And whereas the said William at the first of his '
tho thereof, in each name may plead : Aiimms, the said Judge, term court, any_: .
fco as absolutely! to transfer or vest successively property, and to enable such do all other acts as natural persons, and may purchase and hold has petitioned this Legislative Council, to be divorced from I said c'ount.r.bemg present, and concurring therein... :o"

and every assignee or assignees! real and med .dispose of the for the his wife aforesaid Therefore for commissioners inhabitants of said .
and maintain an action thereupon, personal property, [ same the relief of the said William three countyijto,; "' .

assignee or assignees to bring and bills, or notes, benefit of the said Town. Mimms, most eligible and convenient-situation for tho. eou .11.. ..#7-

in his, her, or their, own name" or names ; signed by !l ePresident Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That tho government of said Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of the count}. ./:

which may be issued by,order of the Corporation Cashier.thereof, promising Town'shall bo vested in a Town Council, composed of an In- Territory of Florida, That the marriage contract of the said Sec. 6. Bit furthernacted, That where 'thi_ 'j

and countersigned by his, her, or th eir tendant and six Council m( n, each of whom shall have the qualification William Mimms and Sebina Minims, be and the same is hereby seat shall hav>' been established according to the ,

the payment of money to any person or under person the seal of tho said of being the proprietor of a lot, or the occupant of a dissolved and annulled, and the said l parties are hereby divorced this act, it shall be the duty of the Judge to hottf ,'. .

order, or to the bearer, though not on the same, and house, and shall have resided three months within tho limits a from the bonds of matrimony, as fully, absolutely and entirely, the place established, and tho clork shall reside :Soihcc

Corporation i shall be binding> and obligatory Ifp to torc aid, in order to fill either of the said offices. as if the said William had never )been married. there. *..:J :
endorsement
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Sec. 7. Be it Anther enacted, That if the said commis; ion-1 exceeding dollars be cna ; Sec. 2G. Be it further enacted, That if ,,
twenty to recovered by a warrant under SE 11. ne It furtlcr I marshal dicrilT : '
ers, or a majority of them, shall not agree with regard to the 1 the hand of any justice of the p.-acc, to be uppli-'d a> is h:'niiiufter in the act of revolt, shall be c 1 fuse to receive, C'oroUf'rj.liltlr, or other officeY.Y.' :

most eligible,; hifiation for the county seat, then and in that case, I to be directed ; and It >hah be the duty u' the overseers: of Sec. 12. Be It f..lrther t: !Ira I ble any offender charged with, Utg iil r r i<.

I theautJ'CCtof disagreement, shall be retired to thu county the roads, forthwith to cause the aid obstruction tube removed. fraudulently alter or change the / offence, or committed as a witness> on the } tfti
court, whose decision shall be final.. Sec. : :: I ritury, or who having such offender a f I.+
or
10 Be it further enacted, That no hall shall fraudulently mark or wiine* *
person keep a \ ;
t :
shall rtQI
t Sec. S. Be it further enacted That the counties of Jack- I voluntarily permit (,r suffer him, or tar ,
ferry within this or to
Territory, so as to deuraud and receive mtent to save, to M\\ t
-: son and Fayette, : hall compose the fourth and fifth electoral without special license;; first had, obtained from, the county court pay owner or H h ereu f, the : large, every such:; marshal, deputy marshals. sheriff.Ps.: '

districts a:' heretofore, and be entitled to send two members to of the wht-re such I ) I. or, constable, or other officer ur person, oWe' .
flit
: county I lapis may be, and the said court arc same I)uul' and Jury I t so > day
; Q 4 the Legislative Council. hereby empowered, on the payment of such sum, as the said as b i !, for the I \ I conviction: be fined m a sum not exceeding> th"lars err y-
i:4: Sec. 9. Bu it further riw i at the discrcliou of thu c Jury.. _
enacted That the first election for I
court hall: deem reasonable, not less than two, and not exceeding Sec. ; her .
.' "' county officer under this act. shall:: take place on the first Monday twenty dollars:!, tor the use of the county, to grant license to of tt'almorr; ploy. baud or I band,, I Scc. 27. Be it t further enacted, That i ran ec:

.ji in July next. each and every person applying, who shall he adjudged sui bl<; than e, bank; note o r bank uo t C: t sons: shall buy or receive goods or chillies: tLf r be<

183o.. {for such purpose by the .:-a.il court, for the term of one year, corporation, or other paper} or I I. I moiisly stolen or latan from another: person, 'trio-i tor

APPROVED Feb. 9, 1S.32 lice, the time of giving such hcen>e, to I keep a ferry at such money or other tnul.r, ur any I to( h ive t been .stolen. he, she, or they, >bail incur! t the nt. .-

EE1 s place as the court berg: adjudge n oi-t propt-r; and the court shall receipt or. receipts, or c.any I } I ishment as would be incurred t by, and.inflated, on t tJ1e
t convicted of r.
IW ..... Mate such fare and t rna::,,e at each ferry: or passr-ngers; homes chur..e c', (tom the payment o. u :: [ persons having; stolen th-; said gOad rl:

#p and )ther cieatuics, carnages; waggons, ('arlhamo: and ther i ishct in tho aUJc. IIIclUl1er, as ,fl ; I so bought- or received. .a '

ihmtion:gs t an-portcdalwa's having regaid to the breadth and situaot thing or things, whirl theuid : Sec. 28. Be it further enacted, That if any *

t..', No. 54.X ACT to alter and amend the several} acts relating to Roads, thi; stream, and the publicity ol: llu{ !ferry : Provided alWMVS stolen, were meant to ,.11'ed, coaceal.reccive, or barhoi, any burglar{ fdJn, Or t tin j i
$
'1:."' Highways and IJrid-cs:> in this Territory. that e.vcry pcr.-on: having applied lor lieen-c as aforesaid, Sec. 14. lie It fuitlwr I ing them to be sup lies she: or they hall, on beinlY, t .F
t
r: shall belt),e the same shall ue granted: give bond with one or of .stealing! a slave, or of l'lItH.' > : |; punished by a fine not exceedi.ig two hundred dollar 1J

.w It.i Bo it enacted bv the Governor and Legislative:? Council of the more sufficient securities, to the cleik of the county court: of the ng any other mean, ,: ol ,.1 I i i {ping not exceeding thirty-nine, :strides: or 'nprlsoe? t

1 t Territory of Florida; That: all the roads in the several counties county wherein such f ferry may L be, and his successors in office, of: aiding assisting or uuettlr I,+ t i ceediugix< mouth-:!, at the discretion of th.,J+Iry.

{ : in this Territory, that have been laid out by order of any court,, I i in such '1I11S, as the said court shall; oi\K'r, conditioned for l the ing, auefthv;; or .tsa1,-,U. t J.r any : 1 .;: Se--. 29. Be it further enacted, That if'any i

;;.r according to law, shall be, and they arc hereby respectively de- faithful, l perlorma ;ce of the duties of hi; station.. fully: eau'uh, a loss o, hbour t 01 : .1 I ; .i: take money, goods, or oh; ;r valuable consideration

._ i. dared to be public roads ; and the said county courts in the: &ee. 11. lie it further enacted, That ifauy person, licensed or 0nuts, :shall be lined, not .,.... : j p,:unust; thereoi: to con.pound. any treason; excitini w''J

: sc.cial counties of this Territory now established! or hereafter I to k. ep a frrry:: .-hall refuse or tvglect, without: a reasonable; and Maud in ihepilluivo I I 1 c h.UI', ; ; ing to excite and stir up au lI1.urr-ctlUn, 0'-> revolt of

; ; to lie established, shall have l full power and authority, on upplilav;! \ fill cau.-e, to cross any pctsun:: his: no.-se: cattle, carriage, witht.io.etter:, S./s. or Illlpn ;I del, muioiaughter; rape, arson, forgery, burglar i

j? cation, to older the laying out ol'any public road or roads throughOut brutes or property, m a convenient time: a'.ter such application, six mouth.", at the discretion of I I ing, roi>bery, larceny, receiving; stolen goods: ," or other

their county, when the same shall by them be deemed neI sucessary 'h ferryman liall: f for every uclay of thirty minutes;, forfeit: :and See. i5. he it further rescue;: breach of prison, bribery, perjury or stbornana.

I I, and to discontinue such public roads as now are, or pay, th? =sum of not I lest: than t-vo, nor mare than twenty dollars! :son, em iloyed in any public t. 1 I iJ' jury, or other offence heretofore dcnont.:,a'el9feI'nlI0r: he.t r.a

t shall here titer be, found useless: ,hurthcnsoute and inconvenient, to the person: injured, to be tecovoied l with torts of suit, before county thereof, or In any office I j! fence punishable by I 11 ,v with death, or. a :tint of th'e h .td

{ I i and to aiter the roads now or hereafter to be estahli: :-hed, as of- i: uny justice of the peace, ia the county: in which suHi ferry is bezzie, steal, secrete, or : lar or hipping' :!, not exceeding thirty-nine: stripes! ,'or 'tut

I ten as occasion shall require. j' M'11 'uatear, or destroy auy : on the pillory, or Imp: i isunmeut, for any time A\\Ppci wed '

.}. :.cc. 2. Be it further enacted, That when the road so laid 1 Sec. 1 1''. Be it further enacted, That upon hi< nonperformance or bonds, note or notes, or any !: fled, or 1 1ft to the discret on ot the jar:, as in this

out, sha'l; pass' through the land; of any person or persons, who I +.f has. duty as ferryman, the: said court may at any time money, of. whatever description 1, e every pe.on..iO! offending, shall be punished by a fine IIt:
shaH
object to, o. consider themselves aggrieved; by the :same, I revoke !h s license l and ;grant the saute to another suitable, person the '1 e itory, county or c ) : i i ceeding.: on ? thJu.allll.lolI.lrolor; by vvnppingnot! e.u

,\' it from:shall:; be th,' duty of the said Court, on application in writing I subject+ tu the condition hercmbefoie recited. conviction, be punished by a ; \ 1 ty-mue st. ies, or by impri.ioumeatnot exeeedin"t" ,1't

i the persona or persons so objecting, at the nrxt term of I Sec. 13. lie it further enacted, 1 hat all fines :md forfeitures dollars, or i,y whipping not atprLMiiincni th ; discretion of the jury. D "'C

I- the said Court, to i issue their precept, directed to the sheriff: wh.ch hereatter be incurred t Sec30.. Be further J
coroner
f \ nu.y under the pioviMons of this act, I : : not exceeding t it l enacted That if any two -

t : or constable, (as the case: may he) ordering him to summona I hull be paid into the county treasury, and .hIll; be ald the same the J ry. person shall conspire, or agree; fiUely: or malicious: a

jury of twelve hoascholders in !said county, and proceed to the i is hereby directed to be applied to the improvement of tho sev jj.-t. i 6. Be it further I or indLt, ur cause or procure to be indicted, I

I ; ground ;ihrough which said objection ha< been made, to the pass- eral public roads and high.va) -, uudei the direction! of the commissioners kiiuwiiigh mal.ciously; ::. or l :;.; or they, so offending, shall on conviction, be a'y sentence peri5011. idf)

I! r iug of said. road, and upon I a.:teal: view and upon) oath, to enquire either by lining; !h\.rs-s, waggon+ *, laborers, or other- any boimcia. tree, or utHer i.md ; : not exceeding seven hu.idred dollars, ortmlveonment months' vlc

and certify to aul court, what damages, if any, and how much \\i.-e, a.-% the commissioners, sh.ill:; deem mo>t advisable and pro bur, or of: any: other person: : at the discretion of the jury. rJ

: in their opinion, accrued to the own.- or owneis of such ground, per ; and iu older frog ,uch coimms:>iouers -"liall be a sufficient shall be piim bed tiy a uuu not I Sec. 31. Be it further enacted, That -

t, bv the p .sMug ol the road through tho same: ; and the shcnif: r voucher to the county tieasurer lor the payment thereof. or I'}' whipping I not exccedin.:; : }f convicted of being a common narrator, such any person
J
person
olici\ officerhall
t ; ) return the inquisitions bv him so made, signed i Sec. 14. Be ii l wither enacted, 1 hat it shill he the duty ofthe oumeut, not, exeee.uiag; ; i.\ :, ,: I in a sum !not exceeding one thousand dollars: or

1)) an the .J J ;try to the next court after the same wa taken, and clerk: of tile county court, to noti-y said commissioner\ andoversoeis J ::-cc. 17. lie it furuier i j I exceeding twelve months, at the; discretion of imp (

p t., it fit I .1 I +he the duty of the said ovut to order th damages; .,.oassessed oi their, uipomtment;, a.J! of the uu.nbct and extent ol"the and co.iu: +' +t 1 peg: i.y, .Hall can : :!: the offender; belong to the profcstion of the law,thl'J.ulT.he36. or

to be paid out of the .-irmly rroavary--Provided nevertheless road district, ;a 0\,1) SU'-il l li personhail I on ; : '' discharged from practicing for the future. 1

;' '-I when it shall appear' to the court that the damages, :'o See. lo. If!e it f fmlht-r enactic1, Tint the county court shall i de, th. I'I Sec. 32. Be it further enacted, That embracct
1 as 4ssod: transcend the utiiitv: of that part, O;' said road, such have: time, and th Sec. any i 1
po vet ill term :' pie-idiau; justice: and one other 13. B'Mt farther cu procureuy juror to take money, gain or profit who
or
Court shall order the
do such the r.ame to be altered in uch manner, as to j justice of tho peace m vaeati.m+ tit niakr all! nee; .-say: orders lor i I II' reetly oi indue1 t.y give, or 'ruptly influence, or attempt: to influence, by persuasion:

: persons leapt po.-si: : i1"! injury unless the pcison) socomplaining I' opening' or repairing roads! coil triiftiij[ 01 repairing bill!,+zts: I:r'om.rs i!' :! biil e, present! : ur reward, i or by any other mean. shall: be punished by a
l ( nnenot(
I t o: objecting, shall agree to a;cept such com-; alicru mg,; tenies. I j c.uitra.t or ;agreement: for the }, live hundred: dollars, or be imprisoned
tion mg not
i shall ire eIceeding
as deemed
t just and reasonable by the said court ; :;r cc.f. : ;('h ; b.-iiie( ,,r ;use any promise, :: months, at the dis.reli.m, of the jury.:

aM provided also, t v.t nothing -hail he alloyed to any person or hereafter may be required of, t tlc! 'jt.ZI'U5 of this Territoryha!|. j;\ i 't.-r't or u.nair; + or fraudulent Sec. ;o3. Be it furth.T! enacted, That if
\ : ) when such road any just icrr
person- 1
\ : and .ended further passes through their 'unimproved land ; not exceed (lilUr'orkin da}', at a time, or more than eight days lla-ju.:: e th;: opimoii, judgment, : : peace( .-lisp!11! be guilty of malt>. af.t: ce in office, r
byoaag:
j tt. that if no is made and sutTJ''ieiltrca..ua ,
obj) -cnon
> in one : Provided however that: if; at the b i 11r of fibs ouncil J
\ year any faun, re 1.1 I II Legislative: t slue, partiality, or other conduct
the
: any unbecoming
suewn to the id
which. the return of thsaid; ; co-lit, dur.ng. the said time : [term] to trees or other obstructions: ulll.\ II across any public road, in this ;i j'td' e, j j.ICur, justice, referee( or : :: : I I| oi' au upright} magistrate, iu the administration ; t

t tats commi inner:shall! have been made I 1ivhy Territory, or :from incess.ml run, some small bridge: or ca'iso- I II pate, at lion, sail, I, complaint, :: > !] of! his office, he shall! be indicted, and on ailld! u
proposed road so designated l as aforo-aid, shall be I )' >
c no; I way be washed w t y, the+ over.-eer of :said: road! btu authorised: c:au.-e, depending! or w inch : :; not exceeding five hundred dollars be
allowed
and established::! tho said shall declare the tntd or impi ,
,r, road so designated court said I and h t is t,.-rcht required:: as soon as: may be expedient, to call l l -uch: pc'sunh..1: :, on couxicii + I exceeding: twelve months, at the discretion of the j r
jury
to be road and ,
a public highway, so to
reo ii ulficient number of the !
road hands
mam until altered i : : most t I onvonient! and ccediug one thousand dolL.rs, ; i[ shall: also be removed from office.!
of law.
by authority proceed: to repair or remove said oustructioii, :lnd l h.: shall at the : tiii't..-niic: stripe.-, or by : ) | Sec. 34. Be it further
Sec. 3. Be it enacted That if
further enacted, That it shall he the duty of next :;rectal road working! exempt the said; hands as day I month-;, at the discretion! of th j I[ any per
\ : I the many knowingly! end deliver
county court in each their : or any letter or writing, threw
first
comity, at term after; the '
r :; r- sas c
!
I v I they arc actually engaged ia making said repairs or i feec.I 19. Be it further en.
0 \Fare of this; set, and annually thereafter, to lay: off the roads m m :aul; obstructions.Sec. removing : ; a"euse another person of a crime with intent to extort
alderman clerk sherijf
i
:
mayor !
their : i j goodor chattiesor
vvral t omit:< into district.and; to appoint an oscan 'cr 17.Ild be it further "!iac'ed, That: all; laws miJitltinga or whatsoever, shall I othcrvaluablethitgortbreatenlngtoi
any
1+ person :
l o roads for ash district, who shall perform all the duties i j wound, kill or murder ; or to burn his or her house, ori
required ainst the true intent and of this! be the withdraw f
and
act avoid
mcan.ng same tal.-ily, or as
i ..f! imn. by till, act. : : i propeity, though no m ,ney goods, chatties, or other"nt r
.* are hereby rop-tcd.: grant, conveyance, or contract, : thmi be .!Icmanded
-eo. 4. Be it f further+ enacted, That the county courts f urPassed Feb. 1, 1S3Y. tars oil 1'P ; any person >o ufenJing, shall on eocviij :I
iiiM-Irargc
conceal
+ til- s'cral counties, -hull at the same times, also appoint three ur \ : t : I j 11)I sentenced :o a fine not exceeding five hundred dora: r II
APJROVCD 1 R'b. 10, 1832. or oilier lor. ,ltm t', or hall forge : I
coamu-sioners of road-., bridges+ : and: (ferries: to) act: !for the county instrument imprisonment not exceeding+ twelve months, at the disc
tor whi'-h they sh ill be appointed : who :-Ji.il. like an oat i before. or recorded: or any :[ : titil'iLate ; jury. ,

.. the said court or before sonic justice! of the }peace of the _-.0;_ do,: or hail books: +raldulimIv( ; I Sec. 35. Be it f irther enaclcd, That any person or[
umcnts
,
ct.mty, laith.ull) to execute the duties of their appointment. ;, or any (: ( : I convicted of a riot or an affray, shall be fined in a um i iceeding InI
It -i! i'I'! ./e th Jfth aid to, any 1 public t ollice within this ; live hundred dollars be.i.
amity
com.nU-ioncrs ; or not
:t to layout; and mark: JCo. 55. An ACT relating to Cri ics ':vJ Misdemeanors.: cau.->e u. ol the I i.npn.-oned' esc
sac. h new roads as may be .,ordered}' the county courtto.traighteii : !, ur be in procure any tweive: months, at the discretion of the: jury. .
concerned
or alter the locattonof old toads anywise I fie(:. 56. *.ie it further enacted ;i'hal
I requiring rcp-ursto noli tiieowreer.s sec. 1. Bo it any person con
y cn.ii'tcd { the Cove
by :: nor md Legislative; Councilof : be punished,: by a tine not I
1 at wh-it: time and }pliers to call out tho hands m th' the :; of a liner, hal be fined in a sum not exceeding one
Territoiy of+ Fl -nda,, Tint{ ti,- Common! Law: of Lngland: ; whipped' not exceeding -
several: road disiri- ts in the dollars, ai : discretion of the of2
and but in all
that
county :generally, to sec in r'lition to ri and .Mi-dcm, : jjry : Ct
pros far !
l' v + an piss 'XCf.'ptO as tho, exceeding twelve mouths, at
i IL ( oads, bridges and ferries I the truth hall! be
;, ure in to tgiven in evidence.
kept good repair to )r c- permitted
gel
far ; same ites to the modes and degn o. pll'li -hllH'J1!, lie and t thesame :Mec.:: 2vj. Be ii further ,
'
all ;
>rt failures Sec.
of overseers: and make complaint again.the: is hereby and declared be full 37. Be it further enacted, ,'h:1 if J .
ire adopted to m t force m thisTerritory. too great duress ot ) )personorp
ue, and all other shall in
+ persons oh.-tructmg roads] bridgeor f'r- any newspaper, or handbill, written ,
a (In';r to disclose
EC and
pri ;
; and tho-e :guilty of ncgli! cnfo in trips pve } : or proclaim other coward other
I lid keep.ug : the Sec., 2. lie it futher enacted, That: anppr: on convictedair (,f I son, ur be guilty mil'wilful any person a or use any
it commissionershall receive such : for the the : j l biious[ or abusive language, against such t forgot*
compensation crime of
t ,der person
JIle kvices m..t raP, or .ur:;ou, allot:: be punished( \\ i ith { prisoner under his care and! eu : i .
at the end of the as shall be reasonable |I ing a e or fight-ng such
year adjudged > death. ed lemovul from |I challenge ; a due; person or persMi
hto oy : office and
ifi led t1 1 ju4 by. the county court, to be paid ly the ('ouut)'. Sec. 3. Be it further enacted: That any person convicted of a fine not exceeding three, : offending! :hal; on conviction, fined not exceeding fivejs
ifccc. 5. Be it further enacted, That t it shall be the duty of manslaughter shall be I dred dollars, at the discretion of the Jury : and on trial ;
: fine o
puni.-hed by a not ceeding
tu.rty-ninti
t.are exceeding one ; stripes, at
overseers of road, to make ; offenders, the th
out an account hit of alfp<:thousand dollars printer's evidence hall be taken audit e
as or by tvhlphlm':!,nut execdmg thirty-nine stripes fcec. 21. Be it further
is subject: to WClI k on the ro id within their ter shall refuse to the
or
districts give
respective : and authors or wri' er's name
} up
.err (and whenever imprisonment: not exceeding; twelve month.", at the ciscretion expiration ot the time tar which '
:t the said roads, bridges; or causewayshall: -he ( be punished with at the j
{it, the rel.r of the jury. I elected, or in Ci; c of his death :hal contempt, disreno r
repairing, shall
overseer at least court.
give two
days noticeMihject Sec.
it 4. 15e it further enacted: Tint t convicted of trators he isn
any or
,.Ii to person I person in : !! 1 1rre&
work
within their Sec.
divisionsr 38. Be
tlict of the time respective: roads, or involuntary manslaughter; shall 1..(; punished by a fine not e:x-j!.! lawfully withhold or detain fro II it further enacted, That if any personknowingly

f.:cl1, :", and place of attendance+ with such tools as ceeding ci,".)ht hundred dollars! or whipping, not exceeding thirty-: :, per, documents: or other \\' !have two wives, or two husbands:at one and the
ij.aydecm necessary : and if aiy person subject to woik asic.aid and tile, he or she shall, on conviction be sentenced to a fa*!
nine ,
stripes,
1 I a ) shall fail imprisonment, not exceeding six months, at the! his ollice, or mutilate, destroy,
a : to attend agreeably to such notice, togeth tr discretion of the jury. I the exceeding one thou:-and dollars! at the discretion of the J ?
; i I tics Ith the slaves, sons, wards and apprentices owned by them!, Sec. complete possession:; : : by his Sec. 39. Be it further if **
I de them or 5. Be it further enacted, Tht any person convicted of documents, papers, or other enacted, That any manor
1:, | or j in under thcit care and management, or to p.ty t them ; fake; in prisomnent, mayhem,, an assault and battery, or an assault :I shall be punished by a tine not ; being unmarried, hlnll knowingly l marry the husband or &

he | tutalion lieu thereof they shall be Mibject to pay a tineseventyfive with intent to kill, shall be punished' by a fine lust exceeding : !. or by miprionment, not cxcce ( another person, such man or woman shall on conviction, lKnd

1a nd, to he cents per day, for every person so failing to at- one thousand dollars, or imprisonment not < Acceding si i:< of the j.iry. ; ; ed not exceeding one thousand. dollars, and be imprison .

and tbu goods recovered of such white person failing to attend- month, at the discretion of the jury ; and any person convicted'I Sec. 22. Be it further exceeding twelve months:, at the discretion: of the Jury. :
'la and chatties :
r F ; ; mil'the owner or posses-or of such of bare sault Sec. 40. Be it further .
shall enacted
a That if
a Oe fine
'" slave punisned by a nut exceeding one knowllI :y and wilfuily obstruct any per5.
or :slaves and the ) ;
on goods and chattles of the commit incestuous
father moth hundred dollar the fornication knovvingljmarry
f at discretion of tile jury. oner, or oihor officer ul'this '1" 01 adultery, or
T or :;i-dian! of any white person, mulatto or negro, under Sec. 6. Be it further cnac.tcd: : That if shall be thorised in [ ; within the degrees of consanguinity established bl.
'ie of any person : serving or ;
attctp
ig t.vc'nty one who shall fail 1 f l he
to work she shall
years
or
?; ( on any roada.foresaid concerned: in a duel, or a challenge: to fight a .Ju. 1, either us pn a. process or order of any cowl, on conviction, be sentenced to a fins n
by arrant in action of debt
in before any justice ole cipal or second, or shall! send, bear or carry, or receive or accept, other !legal process whatever, cceding one thousand dollars, and be imprisoned not exert
peace, the ir niii of the overseer who hall twelve
nevertheless any challenge to fight u duel, he hail be decmV-d guilty fa coroner, constable, or other otli months, at the discretion of the Jury.

: k i-a--dorapo:,,. ;;tbe'parties- emit witne-s against such: defaulter or defaulters, misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof, hall: he fined in a sum serving or executing any ) :" Sel.1. Be it l further enacted, That if any man: or 16f..
: making such default shall .
e ; within ten .iays she re- not exceeding five hundred dollars halll\ together in an forai '
for state of fa1
', such or imprisoned:: a term not ing server or executed the open adultery or
,ti te excuse on oath as may be deemed satisfactory I exceeding twelve months, at the discretion of the jury ; this section on conviction, be punished by a } : adultery and fornicat.on, which shall be sufficiently! ess. .,_
rseer, anh also
provided that ed
.j 1 + i issue justice of the peaceithoried not to prevent a prosecution for murder, or other crime. dollars, at the discretion of the I by any circumstances, which may rise the presuropW

t,t I >of being to first::made a warrant that as aforesaid( without atis- committed in a duel fought! ill this Territory. whatever, that may or shall :: ; I cohabitation and unlawful: intimacy, or who shall othem"mil ,
the notice
>
required by this act Sec. 7. Be it further enacted That adultery or fornication fornication
fi 1 !made. any person convicted lof color of his commission, shall j or adultery and ,

Z Be burglary, robbery, larceny, or an assault with intent to rob, sh rill ceeding one thousand dollars, :hal; be severally! indicted, and on conviction, such n&
it further
ena' ed, That the said overseers shall be punished by standing in the pillory fi,r one hour, or a fine not Sec. 23. Be it tilrtllrr- I woman, shall be severally! sentenced to pav a fine not ex
key are hereby authorised to commute }per.-onal tabor, exceeding one thousand dollars five hundred dollars, at the discretion and :i l
,
or whipping, not exceeding thir sons, shall rescue::; another /from I of the Jury :
l., +. b jfin-" and teams i or other necc-sary: implemnt.s, I : for the ty-nine stripes, at the discretion of tin,; jury. cetif, such parson or I \:(ted a second time, a fine not exceeding seven: bun4rd[ j

for roads or bridges, or for money at the rate uf vc nt/ Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, .i 1 hat auy {person convicted lof as the person rescuedould persons ( lars, and for every. subsequent repetition of the ofence s.i

; every the days labor, which shall be expended by the forging, or :fraudulently altering any deed, bond, bill of exchange, red to receive; and if the not, exceeding eight hundred dollars ; but it shall, aI :
: eer on roads and bridges::), by hiring other: tabu note order check be in the of the
urPronissury receipt, bank note, draft, or any tried, or hall have been arI power parties to preven or suspend the p
A other paper, written or printed, whatsoever, and charge the cution by mainage, !legally solemnt zcd.
6 Be it further enacted That any person::; convicted ; person; rescuing, as [( J Sec. '.
all able l 42.
bodied Be
frees
of the crime further
ul'pt ijury subornation of of enacted That ;or
perjury, or counterfeiting conviction, such person::; hall!! 1 if any pets
; ; between the of be
+ age t ighteon and fifty year., resi- the current coin ol'this''crritnv' guilty of open lewdness of
'r r i' :shall be punished i by ing five hundred dollars, at the or of any notorious act I
wenty days in any county of this Territory, and all a fine not thousand dollars indecency, tending to debauch
exceeding one by standing m the See. 24. Be it further i the morals of society, or oCk
;, male slaves, free nc'toe sand mullatoes, from the pillory; two hours, by whipping, not exceeding thirty-nine stripes, or assist: a prisoner, lawfully ing a disorderly! ling house, he or she shall be indice:

[rk teen years to fifty! residents: as afore: /ii
on public roads and highways such county.Ue the jury, and shall ever aftei, wards be incapable of giving evidence flood by a civil process, to : or imprisoned not exceeding three month or w hjppe lceeding
it further enacted, That if any overseer, who in of m this thirty nine stripes .
any court justice Territoiy.Soc. though no escape be at the-discretion of the J'ur Y
t after be appointed, under the provisions of this actually ; : Sec. 43. Be it ]
act or 9. Be it further enacted That further
convicted enacted
any person of vey, or cause to be delivered That if any person S
fail ny commissioner; who may be appointed as aforesaid, ballaw uttering, publishing; or using any forged or fraudulently! altereddeed strument or means, or arm his or her emolument, or livelihood, maintain a Gomm?
4' ,} or neglect to perform the duties ol them house he she
required I or shall
by bond bill
each of exchange, promissory note, order, check, such prisoner, any such on conviction,. be fined not e
and person
?, every overseer or commissioner: so failing or hundred dollars, or be eedot
n r neglect-; receipt, bank note, draft-or any other paper, written or printed, escape be actually made shall imprisoned not exceeding '
LU ,
r | in!!, shall forfeit and pay a sum not exceeding tif'ty (dollars, ,to berec'ovfred whatsoever, knowing the same to be forged, or fraudulently altered fine not exceeding lour bundled the discretion of the Jury. .

by action, before any justice of the peace or court of shall be punished in the manner, and subject to the d isa- ury.. Sec. 44., Be it further enacted, Tbat if any perO""

record in the county, or shall be liable to be indicted therefor. rby bilities prescribed in the foregoing section. &cc. 25. Be it further keep or maintain a common ill-governed and disorderly .. ,
the grand jury. Sec. 10Be it he or she shall, on conviction further t .
enacted, That if any person or persons or assist any prisoner to be sentenced to a fine not)
'
; Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, That when any person hall shall excite an insurrection or revolt of slaves, or shall I atany sheriff, constable, officer, mg, three hundred dollars, or be imprisoned not eitee ed $

": ". her( after make uny 'lencc, or cut any tree, or make any ,other tempt by writing, speaking, or otherwise; to excite\: an insurrection lawful charge of such prisoner months, at the discretion of the'Jur Y.

.'g obstru.: tion-i, in or across public: ro id, unless removed within or revolt of slaves hehe s Continued
any in
or they so ofiending shall 1 on be fined in a sum not onr nc !. ,
; i one day, such person shall J fur every such offencef pay a line not I conviction thereof, suffer death. ) 1 cretion of the jury. \ :




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