The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 6, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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..... : :: r NEW-G'O.ODS. VIVlx.US \ OR SALE close offers for sale to the publiC -
SPREADE\GLETAVERN F :: 4.ousigi in general, a handsome assortment of the following .-f
"NOTICE '# ments. named articles at the most reduced prices for ash
..' :_ .: S5 Barrels Sweet Superfine FLOUR Viz- \ j
of the j
1 j admini8t.i-atri. OSEPii 32 DRYG'OODS..t
undenlgD LADD Sucks Liverpool blown SALT.
Adair late of"Croti Ocynty? ,.de; 5 !Jags COFFEE, _

S or 'leand irjvcs notice that "rbe; wiD prtentfltS at !Rapolfa. 3 Boxes Loaf SUGAR, :I'ilks Black, Grosdenap, Italian Lutestring:, Black

hereby f'etdrmentR befi.reI 7 Barrels Ditto. arcenet! Blue, Green, Pink, and white Florences
TOT AS Lump ,
I received the schooner Da _
And \'on by
I Y8lJOn the third MondayELIZABETH -SL- 5 Kegs TOBACCO, Figured Silks in variety, Irish Poplin, Silk Velvet.

It gounty Court to be W. ADAIIt.b -uielVebster, and sloop Splendid, a complete O Da gon PLOUGHS, Cotton do.,Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calico, Superior S

'larch next. 20tf.r : -. j:1 of Northern Produce. roceries,Dry-Gooda. eci 2 Boxes TEA Black Lasting, Bobinet and thread Laces Irish Linens

r 's Among which are Liverpool salt, mackerel, (N. ,K.) J:., 10 Boxes:: SOAP r !?-(ea Island Cotton Shirting, Plain and figured Jato- I
RUM, insh potatoes, seed oats in sacka-3 "f neett, Swiss and Book Muslins shawls worked
: 'LAN aplondid FIE subscribehas taken that spacious and Apply capes
splendid -
G LEY., Bellows' Top Gigs, grain measures, Patent water- T brick tenement Tallahassee. lately occupied toTAYLOR & KLEIN. I and dresses,handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Ginghams, Nan.
D pails, large lot of tin ware iron and steel keens, Brown Holland, French Brown Linen
Montirello, In.mIL.L Ploughs, by Capt. John Downer, which, having recently St. Marks, January 31st 1832. 24lf. Furni-
.flflt1flUC to reside at best Rye Gin,wines, coffee, Toba c.Qof various kinds : 'ure Dimity, fine Cloths, Cassamers and Cassinetts
been refitted and furnished
call in the AKdflAL'S
viil l attend to any professional Blacksmith's Tools with complete manner SALE.By: Virtue of a writ of unite and Red Flannel cloths .
lit coui.Ue improved patent Vices, avery is now under the name of the 1' Ficii Facias to me directed; I shall : Negro Scotch and Ru:,
of the to
1 adjacent expose *
oreiLller extensive assortment Hardware English and va sheetinjr, Osanhur, &r.&c.
zOtf S 8PREADE tale for cash to the highest bidder, before the door of
Domestic oodt GLETAVERN
good assortment of Drugs, JVedtcint -
the in
court-house. the town of Monticello
SinifRATOR'SNOTlCEA ; *, Paints, 4-c. Bottled cider ofv ery good quality, Open for the reception of Travellers and Boarders. the 26th of March, all the right title claim ,and on Monday interest HARDWARE.
Table salt in small boxes, Raisins, bale cotton T HOTEL i situate on Monroe-street door I .
rope of T. Townsend A and extensive
Ishavin" demands the estate Light to a tract of land King on the large assortment of Hardware
apiinst baging, Osnaburghs, hats, shoes, Bonnets, etc.-Als. to C. C, &.R. W. Williams, in a position ns nrarly Cast j, S. IV. i of Knives and Forkes consisting
.\JCSc aSdcc'S requested to Sec. 17, T.2, R. 5 N. fr E.. E. J. Pen Knives, Spoons S
are present ,
an exinsivc assortment of fancy goods and ready made central to the busineas and population of the City: uscould N. AV i of4ec. 20, T 2. R. : :Scissors: Razors Locks
t'' Authenticated within the time presciih'd by 5N. &: E levied on ,Augers,Chisels,&c. together
,, clotbwg. be selected and is no Jess qualified for the
; purpose to lati5fYln execution which with FLARES.BOOT&I1OES
a complete assortment of
r.t thoFC mdebtluePted Lucy Teague and \Vru. .
tiem.. hcyW l be irever barred He IAS two schooners: which he calculates to run between of a public house! br its ample size and ctr.nnnB lecorered in
I (lr with- Jefferson County.
make Superior
I Ja are to payment thU plan; and JJew-York during this season ; dious interior arrangement, than its convenient ijsi- Court,
property pointed out by the Plaintiff bak-
edIn 5&1..t'oTIIO' SBGRAHAMAdm'tonSALE.. andhwring ere t'd anew ware-house, is ready to take tion. addition to these advantages, thje jur'.Jci t *.< I within the hours prescribed by law. .
!-Ith 1832 co uJi on stoitjv: and liberal advances on it, arm m ed isdetermined to merit the pntroimpe'of the public, ALFRED A FIMIER. d. m. for A )arg8auoiiment of Baltimore

ISTRA'rOR'S S. L purchase to af Iare amount. "Will pay a liberal price which he takes this occasion respectfully to solicit, by TIIO.E.. RANDOLPH Marshal. and "NEW-YORK made S
II for hides and skins. December 13th 1831 J7lfK unrcmitted attention directed to the comfort and enjoy February: 21 1S32MOTICL. 4

Jt.wii; be n1d Qn the \pitul squar' in Tattalassee1st LilNG OFF LO'\ FOR CAbii AiNDrUODUCE. ment of his guests; and by the moderation and strict 7tds. IDDD D S j
alto Li.ntps, Laaca sa.iii and rrunell
I lie 2 of March, OM e belonging regularity of his charges. -The undersigned i commissioners, a-, .
DnTtwsi3Y Shoes It.an". -
teo W illlll tghbvVIiit el irst df'c'd. At his table, will always be found the best which by the legislative council under the act en- S :

wthctS PALATLiHVIllTEHURJT' ElR &, STLICIIES desirous to the market and ajacent country afford, his bar will be Ll tie(.'. an act to provide fur the speiiy settlement fall : 5,

: 11 02::.).. _238wjanuarv23th supplied with a variety the choicest liquors, and for arrears due the tt'rritory of Florida." approved le- ,
-- -uangc their present line of business, will sell his stables, experienced and attentive Ostlers arc b ruary 12th 1832: : ,hereby give nolice.J ; 1
nNIS'rRA TI<>R'S on i hoiesaie 01 retail their stock of pro hat ail I
n J. : >y present good vided. per us having accounts, or claims of any
A bidder at the late! re- cuiisistuig of a general assortment, suited to the consumption kind whatever, wnidi accrued
'fill i bc sold to ihe highest Lest those, however, who may: visit Tallahassee, prior to the 30th Nov. ,111 srrlplOns.
of rchibd Graham; dec'd.in( Gads-lcn. Couni ) of the country, Viz :- should view this public and flattering notice as a mere 1 1831, are required by said act 10 present them to the

lutnCe Tuf'(d:\i)' the I SOte of :March next, fivc likely I Grocciies and liquors, Dry-Goods, Foreign and formula prescritad by custom on such occasions. The mdersigned on or before the 1st day of l\J.t'ne.u, under GROCERIES.
t!}, on the of .\1 domestic, Hardware s.c., Liverjnwland ockt.ry-\\\\art penally of being forever barred jsS
-Terms mulc: known on day S ; proprietor respectfully invites them to call and judge from having or receiving A
t S 1'llO\1AS: B. GRAHAM: Adm or. hats and shoes, iniddlcry,castings &c. TOiether with t for themselves! by actual(:xpcrimt'nt.m'emt'r the :same.: large stock in all it.* variety. : .

Jar.\\ry: 241h 1"3:;.).. 23Sw a general Assortment oi |)rovisions. 23u N ) 8.1 1 I'31 ItMf H. C. ASHTON.AftSllALfe I, All former and present officers-, or other persons, FLOUR.

or corporations or counties," that on the 30th day n
LAW NOTICE.O1AF1LFS NuTICE.-All in inuebt- 1 r\rvcrnbcrlast, were indebted the 11
LAST persons any way M SALE.-By virtue to territory d Florida Barrels

STONE, will practice! in the Courts: ,: (: estate of the late \\ Illiam N. Rivchie, are Ilf a writ of Fieri Facias to me delivered I shill: are also notified to make payment of said deb;, Fifty superior new wheat flour. 4

C of Cadsden, Jackson, Washington! ? aiKl Wal- itquesicd to C.lll! on the subscriber, (at Mr. Rcaves'( e11H'SC to sale on the third mrmday in March next, :m lo the undersigned on or before the; first day of Ma\. ALSO.

Inn,CI\1ouec. ;I the Territory of Florida liw office is at and make payment ithout delay, as no further indu.gtnce .- 1 he ton of Quincy, all the right, title, claim, andin aforesaid or the; } will be picsccuttd for the same. ;

(f.11q-B: i West 'lrida. can be given, those u ho disreguard; this notictm.iy crest of Adam Hunter, in and to the following tracts nnnunicatieiis in pursuance of this notice, mu> ..

:\nvmIitr22. 1",31, 14ff. m expect to 3nd their accounts in the jir.iper offictrs: ,f land, Viz:-lot No. 3, section $17, township 1, N of IJe postpaid, or they will not be taken from'the pus Sadlery, Crockery and Glass Ware,

hands ior collection. LKAIS. RAMSliLRGll, ... 2V, !hit No I, secti n 18, township I\, of R 2V, i, office. Tin ware, Looking GlassesSalt, Ready '

I j&N. I1AMLEN-Have Agent for the executors. .IL r\n. G, section 7, township 1, R 2, N & W, also, the JAMES D. WESTCOTT, Jr.Secret'y. made
clothing &c. &c.
14th 1832. 26tf stationary
0 ju.t rrccl\'f'd February 'mpruTements thereon, now occupied by the said Hun- of Florida. :

2'0::ack ground Al\lIm.SAL\ : cr, to satisfy an execution which George New hall re- JOHN K. C AJI'BELI.1 JAMES M'MULLIN.

15: pwceslargc size Culicr Mill\ STONES, .11or Salt or Jrttut. ovcrtd in Gadsden county superiorcourL Sae! within LESLIE Dist'U Att'y.Mid. Dist. Tallahassee, November 15th 1831. 13tf .

20 KCJES 'l'obaeecAlsn: <"hand, about 3 1-2 p the hours prescribed by law. A. THOMPSON,
; HALl a section; 01 iaiiu Auditor of the
25Bi'fs.: FupciiorlSew ", Marshal.:
from Tallahassee which Talhhassee
ttieie is February I4t> 1832. February 21st 1832. 27Gw
PLOWS, 26-.Is.:
50 cleared and has been undercultivaiion {. tlur The
ui..ts .r newspapers throughout the territory will givethis I
Barrels HUM\ -
]100 WHISKEY. S years past. With a good dwelling house, kitche I lI'MIl'lurLiu Vi'.HeE, I I six insertions and forward their accounts: to the I

SO Ditto Feb. 29tli 1S32. 28tr. ribs, stables, &.e., has also, a large garden handsomily Tallahassee, Feb. 14th 1832. $ I ]Floridian ...Hice.NOTICE.'I. I

Magnolia./ l })3ilcd in. '1 he above lands are situa-.ed: in tow ii- TOTICE i is

-Persons indebted to the !subscriber are respect Mii]> .:\0.1 1, R No.* 1, ami section: 13, JS'orih and N' es., .L hereby given to all per- he undersigned commissioner under: 1

fullv ;requested to rail and settle their accounts and f..rmerlyoccupied by R. J. Hackley, l.sqr-pcr.: si.nsjii.t.hted for the purchase of Ions in the city "a n act rcspectin.g the public pro. S
f t 1 allahasscc and addition St.
to the same that unless pert at Mau-ks-"approved 12thIS32
cither by note or otherwise. :on& wishing to purchase or rent, will please: apply ,I'I
FREDERICK TOWLE.January JAMES l\l' 1 GLLI\. .K amounts due, be paid into this office on or before ," hereby give! notice, that he will on the Istday I

Tallahassee February 14th 1&32. the first day of March next, the commissioner by value of April neXt, at Fort Saint Marks, rent for cash, at ,

17th 133:!. _2li P. S. Purrhasers, '.c accommodated wth th of an act of the legislative council, will be compelled public auction, to the highest bidder, all the public Subscriber informs his friends St. t
to place the same in the hands of the District buildings, the whaif, ic.c. thereat. Eicry tenement THE :
.islj. inins half .<< ct wnich 30 cleared.HEMtYBOM the
FRESH GOODS. .n, on arres art I public generally, that he-has rented the .
Attorney for collection. T. R. BETTON, will be put up separately. 1....
I large commodious building on the West side rf the
0 ) C .mmis ioner of the city of Tallahassee. JOHN WESTCOTT, Jr.
February 11th I 1832. Commissioner of Fort :: Marks. Capitol Square,formerly occupied as a tavern by jr.tn
10 half Barrels:>Buckwheat FLOUR, 26tf t. Downer. The House :
undergone thorough
JO" Fly market Family BEEF, 1OTICE.-The Tallahassee, February 21st Ig32. 276wMERCHANTS repair, will be ready for reception of Boarders a and .. 4
TONGUES" ed and offers for sale undersigned has
S "Deer just recei :
HAS .A. AND PLANTLRS BANK OF Visitors on the 13th i insu
5 Kits, sounds and Tongues, forty saw gins, made by Mr. John Shley:, bc-eiT appointed agent and attorney in fact for .-Books! of subscript for the i JOHN W. REAVES.

lOKep Goshen BUTTER, .H Louisville Georgia. :beaion:: Grantland and Farnsh Carter, and the heirs stuck of said Bank w ill be opened Magnolia on the Tallahassee, Nov. 16, 1831. :
Boxes Fres h Bunch Raisins of Charles Williamson, and is intrusted with the _j_ .
> care 1st monday of March next, under .
iron .
: superintendence
.Wrought .f their lands 1'-l\RSH.-\L'S SALK. t
in virtue-
( Florida. All : By
10" Prunes forwarnci
persons of William Bailey, C. C. WilNams! ,Joseph.Fields, ..
S" London Brown Stout, % ___II___ Cast iron do from c.omminillg waste on the same, and those desiring !stcrCrouk, Bcnj. Byrd. Ceo, Hamlen J. G.Gamble ..l.a.f two writs of Fieri facias to me directed, I '

10 Casks Cheese, Fic h Orleans i to rent may do so on application; to the subscriber iiinry Gee, Bcnj. Chaires, .Jexander Smith, L. V't. shall tapose to sale] to the highest bidder, for cash, on

Boxes;Pine Apple Cheese. W Flour THOMAS BALTZELL. Bill nett, Joseph Ladd. The commissioners a .(iiiiL&d the third Monday of February; next, in the town of j' i:
Received sloop Splendid, and for sale! bvWILLIAM Carxassed hams, WeFibville, February U'h 1832. pj nolia all the title claim and of .
per : lice 26tf y law. Magnolia, February 21st Ig32. 273wNOTICE. > a right, interest f : :!
: G. BU1UESS.Tallahasee : l'L :trlcston Ellis IL Buel and Edward Klein,, in and to a parcel ''-: _. IP ,

PecemVer 13th 1S3I. 17if B.ictn, Pork. etc. f9 NES'IORE .-Is heieby given, that books of sub- of goods consisting of ha d ware, crockery, dry-goods, !
: to the capital lock of the Central Bank
In the Superior Court for< the Middlt-c District luC'TOR'S'VILLJS & RANDOLPH IN 'I'ALLAiAAbSLt. ol Florida will be groceriesl2bls sugar&c.AlsolotNo.8onsruarCNo.3aRd t
opined in the city of Tallahassee, Ilanrrc No., North i-f n.'c d-slrcct with the improvements -
(If'f Florida, Leon County; October Anno Domini Subscriber has 'm ;ne 10th day of March next, under the Superintendence 1- r
associated taken
rwvinjr themselves" in the THE the house next door to: thereon, now occupied ty Joseph La.dd. levied: t
1831. practice MEDICINE, ofler their professionalservices fc M. ARAilSTEAD, <$. CO. ana is olJelWlt:; : of Benjamin Chairrs, R. K. Call, John G. on to satisfy two executions infavor: of the United:: 1 ;t

ZACHARIAH JERKINS, J to the citizens of Tallahassee and its vi- a large and general assortment ofGROCERIES Gamble, Jonathan RobinsonfieorncFatintlcrny: Turbut : States. Sale will take place within the hours pn'scrib,1 .

against< > In c chancerv- cin itV.. A heir office is the J former hank JJII' room.January Richard R. Betton, Robert \\ViLIiiits.. Jame> ".\lulIin, ed by !law. T. K. RANDOLPH, Marshal, : -1 t

IARTHA JERKINS. ) 3d 1832. 0 Hayw.-xrd, R. C. Allen, and Henry ond.- By A. A. I'I11ER, D. M. I f j t
It LIQuORS & Commissioners under the act of Incorporation. 24th 1532 23tds .1,
appearing by return of the Marshal, and by Tullallas, ,,, January )t
21.t 1832.
affidavit filed, that: Martha Jerkins docs not n> fth M ARIANiNA HOTEL.i .- lit\.S-GOODS.: February i\ S f.

6iJe: within this Territory. It is ordered that if FIRE IXSCIL\NCt IBOSTPONElTsALE.-- a- "
,u S en i aiini-: d\ among which nr- the following articles, .
the said Martha docs not appear and answer: the S THOMAS j. HOLMES. Double relined Loaf. liavanna superior ""hi Ie. 1!\ RANCE a-anibl: loss or damage by FIRE en..ni 1.1. \on qu3re0.. range no I

complainant* bill on, or before the first Monday i in j..niary 17, 183K 1 till t. Very clean\, ew Orleans ditto Brown-Sugar. I I be ciiee-tcd on the most favorableterms! on application !i.1 i- north f Bri>ad-str., with the improvements thereon, -:. j
April next the Coilce Havana to the Subscriber, agent of the Protection Insurance are until the firs in M irch 1
said bill of complaint nnd the inatt l- Green, first quality. postponed :monday : neiL -If

t teI$and things therein alleged, will be taken pro ltI AIlS HAL'S S.lLE.y sii tue ::: Young Hyson, Imperial and Pouchon:! .I plicati'in company the} lair, tJartford Caili vili.e Connecticut.oftl.c In every must ap-I beuiateel Fcbruary7th 1831.A. A. :. FISHEK d, m.marshal.25tds l r

fmfesso and decreed: accordingly ; and it is 'fur of sundry writs of Fieri Facias issued from tbe and property ,. i
: .ltiofacILn' evidence! furiiishtdof ,
iri TEAS. ''
ther ordered, that a copy of this order he publish-) clerks: office of the Miperior court of f Leon County tome I. redness of the reprettntatKn n, and the good moral! N t.) CllERR & STURGES, !,1 \:

ru in Mme r rnT*.. in directed:: I shall expose to sale for cash cm WCS .l LiL (Ajax Cargo. .; .,
japer this Territory once a y ) diM.ll.tcr of the applicant. The sol eJlcy of the Office-, rcqnr&t all those indebted to them by note or book

vcek for three months successively.A the 13th Tallahassee day of Alorrh, on the capital quarc in the: j'I..ur, Bacoui1ess Pork, in half barrels. and its fairnessand jiunc:' ility iiifty be nfiti-ntly! r1ie1 e- nctrumt lrt\; jolts to the 1st January 1832, torome fi1f- < '
of p
true copy, city several negro: s consisting of men Mackerel No.2. in whole and luurter do. : on. 1:.. B. PERK1N: "H.Tallahziiscr ward and settle the same CQ betre the 1st of MarcU i
women, and'cl.ilurcn ; also, 2 mules, a t>e- Mess do. line in Feb. r.ext, ii
leste policy very quarter do. 22, 1531. 27tf as longer indulgence cinnot be given them. !

JAMES S. LINN veralIuaofcattlc, sheep and hogs, quantity of corn Fresh Leaf Lard, Goaheii Butter, Goshen rhee c. 'Iillah.see. February 7th 183'2. 25tf .. .
Clerk. and fodder, a wagon and gear, plantation utensils, Fresh Charleston Rice, Codfish, scotch QUINCY ACADEMY. i
.January 7th I".H. Herrings, LEW 51'AORE
223m house-bold and kitchen furniture and hand mill .
a Sperm Candles, winter strained Spenn Oil, liiatuution will be for the reception of
Jas.D.\Ve: >lcott, .Jr. & J. 1'. Booth- evicd upon as the property of Robert J. Hackley i to Sweet Oil, New York dried UtcfLiverpof"ll THIS on the first Monday of July next, umUr .. f:,
>NG the of received in this '
satisfy sundry executions Viz in favor of great variety goods
: one Eppestwoin : fine blown
-aIL for
table the
AVEf.rn1a use. superintendence of Mr H. K. M'Clmtock.
|| Lavpartner..bip in Flo da. The favor oft Nic; one in favor of Chaires, and Richmond first this season, and which are offered low for :j ]
U latter resiJenccof former is in Tallahassee, and (If one< in favor of Wallace. Sale within the !legal hours.T. Spanish and quality chewing Tobacco, A large and commodious edifice is now nearly completed ru.sh, there will be found, at the new store of the sub- I l S
at West Point, Appalachic Busi- huii'Spanish Segars. in the pleasant and healthy village of Gluiney, scriber !\o.3
Bay. E. RANDOLPH Marshal. Exchange-street, a choice lot of fancyCloths ;
**tntnKted Fresh bunch Hai&ins, Figs Prunes Almonds. where and in the
of which
to them in of the vicinity good boarding
any conrts of Florida February 7th 1832. 2Jtds ; and Cassiniers, a part of which they will men-
|.tue,adjoining Counties of Georgia nr Alabama I will with a variely<>f others article in the! can be obtained in respectable families. lion. ;i I

!,!.nrI: }'attended to. A II:!'.3d, 1831. AOtf lRUST SALE.-In : GROCERY LINkoreign In this Seminary, young men will be prepared for Super blue: crape,Finished,Broad Cloths, : :
pur- admission into .
any college in the United Slates, or for .
a. < Qr and L/oni'stic do.! Velvet do.
.GEORGE S. HAWKINS stance of a deed of trust, executed Liquors, the study of of the liberal professions.
izcuiuineHollauid Patent finished West of Black
Gin do.
imported do. ( England) I
:r01tXEY bJnlm Laudaman to David M. Sheffield country The strictest attention will be the morals and
A and jKHtl to
coun llor at LAW. Mnrianna Genuine Bordeaux Brandy do. do. do. fine Olive, do do do.
West Honda.! Jann.iry tome, I shall offer for sale at public auction com. do. manners of the pupils,and to prevent, extravagant andunnec'essa'y
: 6'h .1831. gOtf) JamaicaS{'irits, NewEuIand; Rum, do Cinamon: Brown, do.
Ll.Hruown's: Tavern in Tallahassee between
the ( expenditures, funds entrusted to the treasurer -
liii rectified
No'rIcE..S1 weeks after date hours of 1U&.2 o'cI. ck p.m., on the 10th day of March\ 2lontinalielzt whiskey, cnmmon do. or the principal will be strictly applied! to the blue Green: do.
WUi1W: $ Madeira Saxony do.
=*aVc'c''y draft & in
on bottles. S
next all much of :
application or so she north fractions of 1..0ts\ and within the limitations .
will prescribed.The
madc Lavender Drab
the Claret and Dove
Lcn to presidinjudge of \.tit a uo. dilto. colored Cassimers,
County, flr lettcrs 81, and 82, front ing 40 feet on Monroe and Calhoun principal of the institution is a gentleman of]liberal -
: of
administiation the Old 41h proof CoguiacBrandy 6 old in varietyof silk Vestings, new ) '
f.3. on bottle patterns.
:t.(' Darjj streets, and running throueh from street to street with years s, ] education, and has acquired considerable
etdarentifkd.Fc1)flL3ry Davidson dec'41., of whirh. all persty 13of the improvements, as will lie sufficient to nay the sit m and a large assortment of HATS, CAPS, BOOTS: and reputation in his profession. experience Flag handkerchiefs, Pungcc do. 1!
7rh 1S32. Ladies: and Gemlcmtu's Shoes White and fancy cravats,
2.SGw of S82 dollars and interest Ready made clothiiiir,
thereon from the 19th dayof The distinguished healthiness of the village and the S

IJS'l'KAYS.-Takcnup .1'. August 1829, and also, the costs of the trust sat e. 1 I consisting sizes and colours.partly of Angola Superfine}Frock Cloth ditto, Coats a fine,article assorted for I cheapness of boarding, are among: the many advantages 4 do Dozen do fine fashionable linen Bosoms shirts,, S

by the JOHN P. DUVALTrustee.February afi'urdtd by the location of this institution, and the
subscriber three) Gentlemens' silk & Merino
head i Summer wear, youlhsand Ixjys coatees and roundabouts half hose,
7th 832.
_ cattle, valued! at I .._ 25tf Trustees have every reasonable assurance that the
tnenty, dollars, and cloth, casimcre and satinet Pantaloons, Marseilles I Cotfon.and Angola do
J *W'::'l1IS c'bCnhf'd as follows, by J Lornd Jiihn, REGULAR PACKET and Valencia! Vests. A few pieces Irish Linen, character from the of the institution will merit a liberal patronage Silk and silk Velvet Stocks, latest fashions.In .

'11, b.. 1 ::.nd Frtncjs: Epp, i'pj'ointctj apnraiss fine black Os rich Feathers- ilpin's superior hot public. addition to the above they offer a splendid assort-
11 of pressed The of Tuition in
the terms Mathematics:: and Languages
\ kond 4th section: of the net concerning TO N dto post Paper.; -One box elegant French Han: 10 dollars ment of Ready made Clothing, manufacted in the latest -
bcrl and' "tr:1rs: of the are }per quarter. ] the work and
128V1 i nprr"ved 2Is' Govern- ging1apcr; latest and most approved patterns style, materials of which they war-
l;? wUicirft 1 : Ont. : d'znwLjtc' cow, marked with a {naps and St ubbs'Japan Paste Blacking,and variety' ; In the English department, 2d class $6 25 per qr. rant to J be genuine.-Consisting of super blue, black

lS _'nexl(- L?( undl'r-:.Ijt) in thc -'me ,.."". noauav ..2'2 ORLEANS .fi2TlIE of other articles not necessary to mention-all which at the end of the 3d do 5 00 per do. brown, Cinamon and Olive Dress Coats, do Frocks

t hr'.J \I" ,,,' I'mg.. and calf helonzil1' lo said cow, will be sold low for Cash ur approved pa: per. is Payable fora term, when the subscription do Pants, &c. silk Velvet Vests, Florentine silk ditto
I than
longer term
he 0. 0 f !Sa 1'd cow about scn.11 Veal's. new and! .substantial( schooner JAMESC.: ECCLES.Hr one quarter. Valencia and Marseilles, all of which they will sell I
', lay c ha.or: JudeatuIe!I isreque.ted to pm\ P 1'Ptr:3. Captain CHESTER, having X- :: : : Cottou, hides, bins, nid: all! ctitiy j.rr- urer.Application for admission to be made to the Treas- low for cash. R. B. & J. B. BULL,
:1'S and take them dllcepurcha at the highest market November 1831. 14tf
cellent accommodations, will run during the present: price. JOHNATIIAN
Talaha! T. R RANDOLPH. season as a regular Packet, between Magnolia and April28 1B31. r.1 m. C. TI. HIT n/ '\ '}nOBINsoNl --

.1: 01!trtf'l PIFe1ruury7u1u 1832. 2i8w iScw-Orleans. Goods will be taken on board, or landed :I ,viC NOR vo Ob, \ Trustees.II. WANTED:
of resh
WL'i W DORSEV Fti.rida, dc'r.on! co. tIl" CuriAttachment. at St. Marks, required. The Captain, if sufficiently Drugs, Garden WOOTEN, J r W<: D< mum raaasx
::8' ....lAl encouraged, intends to remain in
[ PC.r- permanently SEEDS HENRY GEE. dustrious and moral habits. R.B. 4.J.B.B.
BOS. ,. WIllIE.Snfls intciosied l are rrquir- this trade, and promises the utmost attention to business &c. By order of the Board: ,

7&tQclullcnth no i to take notJre, that sunG entrusted to his charge. For freight or passage, JAS. A. DUNLAP, Secr'y-- COTTON.JOSEPH

F.(:) lec." "Slitllle l in the) abovc casr. apply to the" Captain on board.Maj.i E. B. PERKINS May ICth, IS31. 3 )-1Lwtf. .

s:.:. \V ARNER. Att'y for Pi'ff. ". December} 20'h 1831. lP'Jnp- REFERENCES.THOS. _
.) received l : .
by late arrivalsfrrm New-"i ork

lL 233m- (fJtrlt E. Mtv-tn; ; HAS B.iltimnre I a large supply of fresh Iediciii u, RANDAL, Jefferson County. f W m
'Persons 1UelCulveVnMClaims-* and of AVM. B. NUTALL Leon.
I ATTORNEY; AT LAW. upwards 1700 papers of garden seed from H. ,
a ainst the estate' of C. Landreth-Also, Thermometers,Spirit and PETER W. GAUTIER, Jackson.Or .

--utnth e lime decd'1: are requested to present the WILL Practice in the Courts of this District, and Hydrometers-SocherometersProuts:: patent Cum Syrup rubbers to the TRUSTEES, Gadsden county. 1 '

All Persons lImned Ly law, or they will I beJ Jackson County West Florida. His Officeis and l beautiful and much approved article for the LA.DD ;
indebted to said Jefferson Street that of the REGVLA t
parnt estate will please on opposite Register.N. cure of corns-Braggs PACKETTO
tQ IOtbT 1atcly to E. SEIXAS, adm'r. B. All instruments of writing, will be drawn plate, Britani T &c. Rose polishing paste, for cleaning Will purchase 400 bates wtton. As it is for the<
Orange Citron
strictest attention their NE'W YOBK. Northern market Bales and the best 4
2 lOw with the to legal accuracy. Lavender, and Cologres waters etc. etc. & r. quality
ALL HOTIoE. Tallahassee, June 20, 1829._38tf. the Milo, Carpenters Oil of Cantharides. by The good and fast sailing schooner Daniel Webster will be prefered. He has erected a large and convenient -. 4

pern. Tallahassee, November 1st 1831. lltf LEWIS and Delta ware-house at Magnolia, and II prepared -
Ber having Captain Captain HOTT .
ja elaims againa the Estate A DlflNISTRA TOR'S NOTICE.-All
persons to do all kinds Storage and Commission busi
:: :lanning dee'd. .itlhaving claims the estate of the late An- will run Between this place and New-York, the i
t1 a late of Jfferson against DR. JOHN Ji'LE1MORE. ness-will make advances in cash if required o&
ested. to drew Rushdec'd. are required to present them duly present season. '..
present them uly ai 11- three fburtlis its value on Cotton with.( .
e7"ill "'ithin the time authenticated within the time prescribed by law, or Ip ESPECTF1JLLYjnforms the ci- Freight or ge may be secured by applica-- deposited
be prescribed by law; i or t indebted said --'tizens tion to Messrs W & him forsliipmenL He will ship to Boston. New- i1
laid OteVer bj AU they will be ibreyer barred. Those to of Tallahassee, and its vicinity, that he illi.l ms Harriman N ew-York,
"tat are persons indebted estate are requested to make immediate payment. his located himself in this city. or to Joseph Ladd, at Magnolia.N. York, Baltimore, Charleston, or New-Orleans jf

ment. l UC8ted to make immediateU&ry LEAH RUSH. ) N. B. He may be found at his office in Town, orat B. January 12th 1832. The schooner Magnolia, January 17th 1832. '. !Lf ,

3d 183"A MANNING, Excc'L LIONEL FLETCHER J Administrator.Leon his residence a few hundred yards distant, on the Delta, is expected here in fi1\eend3YS. i.L/NKjmLS OF LAIJNG-Jutprin--

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J-- -. -t --. --.---- -I--IJ---- autl.cri, naLeing properly appurtencv.t to the aIrcnt y For afflWTSirlcc t'he territory*? All of wlacb your commlttee're- orseN'f&t3a Artc 8l re Itwpcrt, Irat I am tot

t k1 t (., a1 _: ; .,. nnd subject M ti.e exclusix-e esi yuit-nt a.id eiilire r.t.nirol r.f its f ort har.if n strictly adhcied lo; fir wfsicli redM.it yr.pr committee \voud! be to li.c people geiierajly.KejctfuIIv.

M .:-- --- "eregn. T.ie amumtie reiterate flt, iltment: made by t iu.e no hesitation in saying that they !beliexe the iostitatiun it entitled fee.
.1 MJ.Liiil.oln: <*d aui.iibUrtHWit' U anc io ameuil an <;e ,
;l S'.ink intiM nof Mdnuotiii. winch was read a I jjoveruoi ill tne rrespoudeuce above alluded to, that these to public confidence. JAMES D. WESTCOTT
nf i.xc-v -v : : : 1 U' j. 4iI l.td lime *ml pawed ; ordered that the title be as afore"lI. I lis'neries are wholly local in tneir cmracter. In ti.is resist I II Respectfully submitted >hv., BYRD. Chairman of com. Hon. A Delbmr. r.

i t i :. I they are ttiterent from the mackeral, cod,&.whale fisheries of the I II The Prc i.lent the following communication from the act 'fh.t' act was rtinsdered and pas'ed by the reqiit n

1. riTZ.nilCK introduced a lull for the vfietdjr settlement of I north. Our fisheries are not in the open sea, but near to, and presented its.. Mr. 1'rttie.t and Ir's.' Balt7eH, Booth, Byrd c''itzpatrick .-!!'

I [ the Pa., ta *e fa .4. which WM ua4! Irtid, and 3d time and pasr I under theorist, in shoal sounding, and \vitiiin the stjt IIVSI ing governor.EXECUTIVE OFFICE, TALLAHASSEE. \ } hunt, Iove, Nuttili, I'ipe, Priet, Iiblcju I.lcTct4ez

r vli !irdtv I llhdt tli title H* a afiir iitl. I sounds, and amongst tile islands of the southern part of Florida I February llth l2. ) and Varrezi-14 voting lr and Mr. VrigfztMr.SANCIIEZ

i, l'iif: til.iwiiie ep-trt. in Uw for ill a memorial made Congress f.oru ,thecotni.t fur theo I and many of fS those engaged in these fisheries, dry the fish 8m-I have at'entixcly! examined the amended hill entitled An titi.r tI ttze prcirii1Ae atid restlutjo

I *. i., i11ine.it of a new judicial district heretofore Mr. President- t caught, (Ill the shores of t lorida.liieejclusixe act to incorporate the Central Bank of Florida.'" The fciuendm: aadou.ed
.* the jidiciary by't"h Mr HOITII.H-nt.\> Fop, iiibiou l rianclie.zV I right of pi anil lB
S ? fl4i C'opr.
% the detail and tint .dcraion.
entertained its
con loptrier -
is a natural founded the objections to in the estimation fthe L Litive Couccil!
coust do entitietier
and Wri'lit 10) Me 'rs Uvrd. F.izpatuck. bite, ) ng.it, on natural appurlen.iiicy ; in to W
.irr n. votinpl.ir ; xi'h the ceneral giounds stated in former commonirati m on tlnifubject. *
r .ti: I PI -l f :igJilMil.. of I :eiiaherie.i lollial coast, and tie necessity of its I I additional force Ihe my of the act cuts itjtial to those which have len conferred upon any n
Hit Uniltd Males in fir the sifety and wellareof the nation. of fcixen hy p.ts.te inrnrjwjra- in the union and whereas this
k TuAea 'tpia1e ind Ihiutof Htprtttntalicesof j existence, : The use ting the Magnolia! Bank, Mnce, induces rue ap.'im to rfturn th;.* hill$ to territory ; legislative Council

C.iireu 1finb1edS local lisiienes by foreigners, louse the words of Vane) "mijz.'it ; the council rejected. '1 he alteration linntinj the duration nl the ri.ar- ; well sifind that their !* trivia tion would be' more perfect a

}j I -- ..11it .. ..u ,.I i the leginlatixe council of the territory of Florida I lie )prejudic and dangerous." Contagious diseases might'be l lI to I *3'). i5 iiean.ii'Icnt with if* ntl.er pruxi-ion*. Ti.e-A hole ane.Jiri: rnort- conducive to the welfare! of the {Krople of Florida, if t j

re- --.< <,*..IT'ir i'-vxe'.li: : I thus introduced ihe countrv would l/c more exposed to an enemy of c-iiital| cannot be paid in, xx-ihin! tiiinriod[ jund r the reguiati.nui hid another Ix-girflativeTjNly.

i I .at j..e .-\ ;-if.11 n-a ,.f a large portion of the |wope! of ra'.kiin this! territory. |' a ppro-ic:.ing IK sea ; and facilities lor exciting domestic! i of lhi0 bill. S I lie it tlifrffi/re rewired ly the ccrrmcr cnrf lf isatireo

144 1'.s ui .s- wu ) t-' 4 d in toe c 'U.iu nl Jai-Kbiou l of layje. adihu. disturbances, by sic.i: enemy, would b;* aliordcd. Some writers I 1 would respectfully! quf-t the notice i-f tli! ? cour.nl to the eronrj /* I/i e territory cf Florida, Tl af our delegate InS S
'1 i ;'1 ,nd-Jei. call (.tribe Mali'Mmi iil IIV Conijri's* an she.;t of thi enrolled hill. L'ixv. thu erri-od acd obliterated! cannot
contended the bf-t
havelormerk that right tuld and t: hw endeavours ;
'dof counties, and fir the c notajpertain, ( tie is herc-Ny i'itstrd > use tprneIIle'tue
d.-nU. 11 (he t.0'e!
) jsi.loaai cimij' be recoixtd and riled the oflice.I .
ol" and muiohal, I'* reside xxitnIn if tIC fisneries were tnexiiauMahle, and tual a necessity IllUst j in fecretaiy's 1 pa saj, of a law litgiriL'iIg tie! !I.- r.>btive power
V ii nc..t aH.JtllerJudge. altoney I am !fully,
S ;ii-i'iiiil of l nd tJi-lr.ci I'll' ; tiire-* counties tiiHi itoniton d are i iri exist lor ibis cxzluMve appn.jjriation.) TUH d ictri.ie i-, however } Voiir re-pee obed.ent servant.JAMES. s territory in the xrirne manner, invhich that of the territory'of

xvnun tie: u.iiii- ii. ill" xve-teru dMi irt of Florid t. Two of them. 1ixig sine-exploded; :rind tne ng.it rec-gar/ed!, as louuded S I). WESTCOTT: Jr. Arknnsa* i-or ni-ed.Be .

I IV-i'/A.M. ami t.t' % t11t' are nwlv cr-at-J. the t.j..ii'-i' frsiin I..IP-J iii'S IIJMMI Hie bro id and arlulmry principle! mat every intiinlias :j lion. A. BELI.AMT. itfr.-thTresthtd, That thf octlnir citvcrncr transmits

of V"ahiiil.iiiai.l' : {;..d-d.ji. Jind tlie ialtci t f 0111 J .ICk-tl:1.: J exc.u-sive for tlie aid resolution to
tnciunt: ;I a nglit to sue.* appropriation, extension! o I'ie idefitof the Council. copi'f tJ.i> [preambie deleate in ( o..

%( I. rt.cjittli..; <| auinyo' I li .tI tiU-ii.- .utu-iiu.aicd in the c >uit' ol the I Iv her c i.umerce, an 1 even lor convenience: ntertv.! Thereupon; ti! ? act xva rec-jn-idercd and pa C'Jhy l the requisite majority s're: .

; :. --.a' d--luct. ui it it t- nnjiM mi* f.ir li. ju.l of tlut di-lnct toi Hut it uas lit'i.ii contended, fiat (:admitting the premises! r.sti ; :Mr.i I'r.-ident a isd| Mess.--! l B.ilt/-ll. ItiMitlt (Jn-jper, !'itzpat icl(. S Mr. FITZPATRICK offered ilie prcimble! and reIlwiiir.

tf. 'i .1.1:1:i Ule .Iu.Ir' n-quneJ 't f lii-u. -.id hu.1! Hie coin is i.-quired hy > I Hunt. \uttilt!!, rope, I'ru.-t Uolnou, :iicl.vz. and Wurrfi-I'Jxotialur
> the laws of nations: ViiCI! 1.it c-:)mnuu c.miend for) ti.! : xv.uc.i were read and adopted.EA .
t tin* iM.t.ixfC't<: :ml. ti.J--e.l fi.nn the' l' cal -ituatnni lj l Aj .tid of tli timine-is territorial legislature! is not the sovrreigi"; : lo whom the power S ;ti-i ti.e opinion of the majority of this
c. 1 i Ii? diH.-u.tvof: acrc'to it,- : tlieiutuie President presented the l"i'MVinic! c >iinication f.orn
e c-iunl fMtdtijustice tu the bu-i ine-s nf of I regal itmg tuesc fi 1. u X I"; ill tIt t2 tnere. .s j.id the '
ti: : : tJt 0'. .izi'I 1 411)'l| ni lie than oiu; ir two c. urU in addition isexvnere.IMIIJI c i.nnittee: ; iio-.vover, aro of t opinion, that thi! ; position; i i-< isrtinir ,> ivi'riior.EXECUTIVEOFHCK TAIJ AIIASSUK ri-iri c ii-ul. y and agents o-.iiflit t.' lv excluded from hoIJm avat

S I ; if .ne.H tljree cuuntK-H iVoio' hi" listnct would tease tneo'M unU'iiab.e. Congress in the urg.I vlI1tiI nf our territori.il; ir>vcrmuent I ? : MI l. f iilatie r >-iiCil of tins territory.I

S '.C! it' Lscumhi.t. xVaton. a-id .b a-lunptoii.' as ms diMnct. tne expressly delegate! J the l.'giilative, power over I :d"ririfHsalijects > I February; Ifitii) 1 1I HJ } Be further rri'Jttd, That our d.-ie ratiin CongrcH \

4 dj-i.-iol I %'. liiCii xxou.ilin itoiierou* .te': c..ud! ttc fulfilled faithfully. of legislation"!; m this territory, to the < oveniir i SIR-I herewith} return to the C'UICI: ; ;! tt.e bill i-iiitl-d, "An '( to urir tje-p.---3ir of a Li\v in tat? u-xly, ih qtiafify.is .

The of i.t tins timo, a .-ntni of lay m.ddle di.fpct .-*- I act to repeal an act lodrclarp: spnnir creek, intuoniy kio.vtii
cia..t 4 | an J c.iunc.l. Tiie right of r vi.ioi: is only: reM-rved t'' Cig.: .- -s.sby iag : : !ho.dinjr oriicts ur.der the iT'Vertmient of the Uultci;

4 of FioridaToei..- are now .;ewiniiiig| in the .uli.rIor| cjart. oflmt l l ic Organic liw: *., and witii! rruir.l t-i t1r4)c; ii an.I m nucipii ; i as Ilobinsoa'tj spring cree1 ill Jac-or.! county, a natgabieI and liirn-jji; c .is ,L>, an.l :inenH, from J.oMinga s eatiacatl
civil aad I n.in .axv proceedi z* an-
tirtn >
: .. : ciiuiiW ui-i'iv cuiiiurii. ...fineoiah.i ; re .ilali-ins, especiail.; ', .s.io ill l.i-; : r\ivciV of tie p- >\\ .-rs diiCsLlgrc.s illS .. V C 'iui.1 I if i !.:. territory.ctdf'iriLert .
!-in.iuied. .i.ifl xvjta lite m i-t un edrieit a-id-jity Inc judz. I I th" for
< cannot: : C'mj--cture n.C.:1t ; thioriirirrdni\ "
be c.mnned inii res'TViti'in. In the litude! and I'L'il tit this: rc-joluiija be
dtt.raiine .i.l ihe ca e.s heljre nan.: iii iIi : to ) p : \ a c ;>y ininj.
P11d4. 4114.rct in : i
i i f; r it seems to inthat wiilhera crei-k i ii 'Vt navijr.i! sir 'ii.'t'y
S. f-uc cuaiuint li1 E1l net. la 'Jitf ut f xvairii. ( L'jii County ) the UjCivtfges't o.ir.nj).iloncof l io p.nvcr of li: ? !gr'acral governmeni over her i owhich dt'fr.faleirisl'iture j tat'y' ibrwa/dcji t'> *>urde.i-gitc in C-inrr.cs.. .
} or nol, < onlitrinly a mere qie.lion: !] it.c1 -
: ': is nera.th iI III tilC ie.; ltO! ) I errilonc.*, unreitrami-d) by any c-'iistitutional ;provision.) Coigress : i The cb l! iv.-iig c )::i'iutiictlion fiora! il.e acting governor
Ii' of rlter riti.er the
)/! tie can nol on or
S ;ar. .i.1s1I.iUeieZ1Ui.t1% Cizl: It 1c CUL. ()I'J Lt1-dtU.1' co rS I c.iis without .lou'i! !, repeal tin-<'> laws, and even rsfiblishla v/ay prcnt'd bv litEiECUTiVF.iF'FICE Ptsidr.t.

t < uy tin CMIIII! flt f TwriioA.. c a-iJa-t.i.it c.:.tira li b& ::& d'! !, end-1 iTiiit.iry: guven.ment in Fioridix; but would! Fuch an act be S' oilier, but as I ai to pre-siiMi jr'M'xl ciuesver'* addc d 5r i TALLAIIAS, )

ait.'lheuiiJ ii.1 not b. 1 olk-icd l'ir >aI*.', f.t t-xvu i :t n < ti.e pa: '" awe and approval[ 1 of iinl law, and a> no convincing S
1:12 tit : % yet : MiMi.ir.nt to jtt.c. or rigii! or propriety. Ivjujily! unjust and Fehrtisr. llthl 32. \

: E'jixeyeJ'jv t lie L:nit'-'d M.'il.a id :oiqic: jtix tnil ia. ti -U' intiof ;'miproji.>r wo.il.l it be, lir! C in i :re.-s to iitirfre: ity of the repeal have been presett- SIP.-I have rrjt.ctl the bill entitled! An itt -.nivule f fa

Ui ; rnur.irv wtiica iiie quality: of ih1; UM!. and its j-coulwir JIUXKII- ed to me, I return thi> bill n-ji-cted. "
4J l.t.- I I5f.-e fisheries, a >.ibj'iCt n.o.t enoaalic-iliy: : 1 of inrr.- l'Cil: and the c'.tctiozi' of a county ic.'it m J clufon county, lor tic
.mill c.4urcd. if i it'liaJ h''C.i hcn'tol'u.t: ,t. lie: iaiKei.: : ; I Sir !
: i xv n ix e am, ie ;jictfully; ,
!!:lIii.( ii.d| K' .- 2ls)1I.) Uul if Congrix, C.IMMto rxeroe: s'ciij I loliowinir reasons.
1.4,1 4 h. ( Vour obedi I
Ii L e. ---rvant
S The -..I.Mu s 4'\iv in !.:iltM! s. .1. 'wli-i: :. -f twi.-ct. !iar.iv-'er i;: d.-Si inr.eof reason aul: pr ijriety, ::1 c-,ul.l only be l l'ne t JAMES: D., WESTCOTT Jr. 1-t. Tii citi/.f-ns of the county of Jackson have 1 been divide.l -

w rrai.Kiin Ci>uti>:cd. coxeii'ilhx! I tii" r5-in! i
01 ..VIM and ,! i I'.rI ri.--.u i.:r.e !i u.i Le-'c df tffniiir.-.i, : t L4._' p '.'. _' of! :.-!. ; ( : ox.r lMt-< fs-ii.-s: c-innoi atfirli to C nv ; ci;f M.-iriansin was finally fixi-d upon, and the most commodious
S President of tIP counril.
the: lhi tie l. ....d x'.lioiher (.a ih..* i) i i'- of I si.1! ItviV.atUiv b'.t .-Iv and hot Lou- ia tie: territurv ended and I
r m t- t < terrlo: y t-i i va.: .yx : >- :: ; c.t.t: Cit r a I ui a : ::ii>< s' Court am avers

'tj i1ci.-iia xxiu t tai! oojiliniu-d: bj ti.e riyjiifiiM ("nJit *-t t Ino L..ii'J i 2 4-vn: list* riir..t: of t: m.orary; o itioi; i oxvr us :;.i our pre-Tiit; situaJ The art was ivcon-idtrefl and lo-t ; Mr. Pre-idr nnd Mesrsi to il.-t'irbu2!; ; the quiet of the county by roixng the question

, S ; rJt.ite:: or it. tin; lands in an llnvc! t.t* it "i ;n t.inetl r i-j.i.i .- J Jinn. Tin- jrojitit I _: 1:1: tI! -si- !;01ieres, it i e :i:>iiereil! by tlie i Hootii, Fitypatrick; lIunt.Niittal!,.Itohioii, ;:nd Wriirht! -T vo- T-in; if it cm be avoided, cor.*is unify with! their interest?.

iti uiu te ti C.fl 1% ;1 C c..a:.'; ; ci tiV ij1fli i 4 tj.t3le it I 31t I ..i. lii4! lor ; and Messrs Baiuell; Iyrd, Cooper, Love, Pop.-. -S
i1 .::.!;ibtiv, i< \i.svey: in tn I p" opa: i i f L'i. -rd.i.: The p'H- |I Had I nnti'-ipr.teil the agitation of it, uhen the bill fr furra'in -
S c-ixtt.-.n of tiielu; ta U.e Priest Saic..eand Warren b iin tit.
riieexu'ii-ixc-iid Verru.iuy <.
irt'.i \ a ; >
iig ai.d i -: > ; >!, ;ofcli! pM.eriii.ir iiri'tT'iMtion: by lie natio.Ma! <_")v- J 7 Fayttte c-i'Mity ivs under consideration! it would have
: ; neat tin; nxerx A-P-U. C .HMII. 1111.1; t'.i.- i.ic: 1.1 Tiie President presented tic following! communication from"EXECUTIVEOFFICE
nil" *je'irpii and A tii.iti.a. mid *'i tu; t.ri'y ju-j.c-i! t.-c- j i-: :: -;i!, I H tn: I itr i !ni/.ed hI: lic: ivia-iituti n. TIK' nirit ofjS.ary ; !< riicdnn! additional! objection to that act. The division of the

I i ; S tLiaL Iii .i l lxv erj- a t >v, n mu-; roxv U|< ?\ ti- innutti I < IL l iijr ; is; in n-> \vi.cojr.Kctfd wit i t.e I ii'-.t of invjirati-m. I: e ad Is i ;!iia ii. TALLAHASSEE I I county i is the only! ground fur this bl*, and I do not think j it 15i

rncT rs' cr5 .ocu.nl in n-zt-: ad i.r.&ucu:, tu u.n.e 1:1 tin syullr.xivtcrn 1 t i'i-1!; *-i*!Mlit.n uf I J.io :..tter riiJ: U'lonit: i is aI1lltl ted) e.J \- ? i Millieer.it: : to nil tr iTspassnire at thi> time. If the people' after

C'U.iuyixc 'jii .Nuxv-Uiiean*. S J 4'z'i'I'I i. <';i---, and: r.: l l'' >; > :rit: c >nlirt! witn tLC rtjf.Ja- 'February lOih 1 32. $ ; tcvtxerier.cetlie eiet! olThe dki'iia. bioiI.liksirea chaag ,

'4 Situ.it' d I as tne i"a .ti ". H. atlSiH ti'ii, x-. itli all the nli-.v-i'! : I.) "Ptt'.ein j 5mi ot" l.tC t'lnne/: < <:''fltAt! l I f. ir tiif loc.il: 1 f.sia'urr.: SIP.-I return rejected the following divorce bills. I it ii: :iTze cruugh It) f5 such a law next sesion, oni

: *:.t. .:n
t S I ;:1&t)1J .&A.I lr.ti&t: jI1ft.: .? itct I ol 1rril.e % (j I j >v i.il.i: : U- !.. pu.ib'\! ai.d the! CflhTlIlttd'e I b -;:s".o, tht: llcI : -2. An ;!Cv for the ieief: of Mary Canady.j. ; in this deci-u>n. the pa age of this law will create obstacles:
S f git! >. o'.x'i .:: 1.i tnvijilhcjll! ) oi f.;*<'rl. fnc uiti.i JI1StC xcl tie-ii.x : An :ict lor tue relief of I Iiiah Dykes.:
!'ig SIS td '".Vai! > of) the: j/eoj/e; of Florida in thisrrgaid.I are to a restoration to their former situation, which should tot be
.:i'.- 'I'llmlr< a.nl lii'iy li .Lie- a : .-t-ji'-'H n.ixe h.n e. -c'l.. zii it i- 1. Ar. :aci lo divorce; Joi.n: Darby from his wife Tt-rcsn. I
45 1 .. tl. i i.i Ii'I way dniiTCiil ;fom: lo-e! enjoyrd by ti.e! Citi/iMi of the made without aljsolute meekly.
C- I.l.l'.ed l.l'.O JH! II JVV :1 i '(l. licJ I-'i tjre.V'ttl'in.it.i.jt'.t r j'.o For the canons contained: in a former communication in
: i.t n.i'e lly I v.itn Spai.: byvisicli tinFIOM. !.is we/e a i re- | 21. I mink the provision in tie second section, that the cntj.I
;imxtl. 4)1 tile UjMei C..U1....} ti'Li--: ir.i.ouut ut! tv.o L.- tiid .sUd ) I i > tut-tix''ty f sin.ilar bilk. to which I rcti the -
S : .{..,1! hiii-tl StaUv tie cf tlii ce.U'd i'rritt' j ivn/v to resr.cctfnily r roun- t-fficeNshatl reside the of should be strideiout.
iiiuusaud a'jt.ai-. i '.5 t.) t.n- i 1 ; ril/.ri; > y ty at seat juslice,
I. To il.e ,fl.1 bill I find dditi' iai
3.i xirMslaie Xi.i.e.l hi urxin ct: < 'i ;*.: ({ n li.r I: .- :..!.:.: tt. d to I t.e: ':jj-yn'"it: of al: i tie: privilege-5, lights: :;:id c sec an : objeclion in : The clerk of the cinty should perhaps reside at the seat

S f.'i.n tlu! jioit. tlurinj UK* \ <' ti III .I' I I i t/t-v -J. ijj-e llrin .! _> ii'i.fi-uitu-.4: t.e: citi/ -i < iif ie: l"nJeil; Suite |: e.il5 gy jf the pr: ( amble.! L of j'jstire, but there is no ;'E'c.e'sitv .rail the other officers being<

tiit.r puit In Fi ,. 1i C-'i s h.iv..tr.-: .:ii. pM.j.er-ulj t -f ii s Jm > i.s 1.1o j F. itiTi-iiiiiig ( .ese viexvs, and hjiii-viiurtnl: pro; -rly r'ru- I :iii.) Sir. respectfi.-lly:! bound tf> do MI, and it i is not made necessary \vilhreaped lo any

:\tI usia dL: *SL.L 1) % *.i t.ive tl.e d i ji.um.u (:.'J---H ii, : u ... \ our obedient serx'ant.,
.1 of oiher
l li m.'ule ctnsnU'ratitej
:ai.i t.t: M- iiieii-.s, I.iV K' a source county.
ci '-e ut&recd ii i o bt:?* .. 4. I'4., it > i i! .1:1 Atl- JAMES:: D. WESTCOTT, Jr.
: j <-\ t- t-i te! ii-rritory, ti.r ronmaitce btf U : ve to otV-r ?t lull' I an, Sir, very respectfully,
zi.ril a.J.tIiia. ( uui: .l) v :tI SL. :.i.; :- \x j1.i.t! l t.i ; V.IM-: lion. A. BELLAMY.PnMiiciit.
I1 i In* d i.t.ilrd, An aT't for Inc pio;. clion of th! iNheries:I theM Your most cU-diem servant,
1't'.8.ti ((. aacS. j- ; ,i.gLI tolhsj'i "f I .4- V. *i :I-<: K-M) i-t I haan.ility of the council.
S '" ; uiid.d ide. tx :\ l.' :ui? j :ir. : iy in | .Jif I Fio: : !hi, iiiid! to : ai-e a revenut- tiiec1i sal to tins tir. iI i- The idered and JAMES D. WESTCOTT, Jr.
rend and
nets were rec n severally psed ; !
1 111e4. ai'U % t.undrcd n.i *.*. I* 2.iLa'1 lt V i TV/ Hon. BLLLAMT,
; Messrs Iiii/ell: : Booth, Byrd, Cooper, Hiint, Love, Nuttal!,
'? tiiti. 1 1 tour HULK aL.'j Lo< >. I -CMMitiiituv! }have i-yx; rcncel no little! difilcu'.ty with rcfi ; Proidt-nt of the council.Tiie .

'p 't..r inin ..izlL tr-a.i' .twue: t.i? of a :. I-h ', :. :.j t.> the d>. t.is of t.i- biU. The s.ibject; is one ditlirult to Poj>e, Pr.e, Kobioi:, and Warren-11 voting lor.and Mr.Pnidrnt I act was reconsidered anmenJed-read as amemled and

IfJ4J r.-'I-JiiioJMi: C'luit H n n! j'o' .' .i Ut osjg eaiuei !'ut.-*iyt !:: % ..inll l'- i sI.it- uj.jj, uiiii ;:it'y :;! t; no4 sinsic.l! ti.at tlie 1rt .-.j s; of and Messrs Fitzpatnck, Sanchez, and Wright-4 passed.

:. M Co .iLV W tiias,.:; .' ul n"C-c it *y > itJi im. b i. p seutedvill! f.diil the pirt'; 'iv-s inu-iided. 7.c law ai'am< t them. j The Presideni presented the following communication from jj[
<" C'Hiiuiiiiiiiy: ji-jxv in'.lfti.ij; i'u ".a. iiivi'i'l.s of [ .ii.'tinon <--u c i'.ie i're. ileni presented the following communication from
j c ':' MJO > -:. .CI.MI uj.tjii o nvn citizen.:;, b-it i< only m.idr S the actinr ovcrnor.EPECCTIVE.
; t.aI I d ia't. ;: tJt) .av. tit: t..rMit t utIf. [ act
e490. ;L : u. "" tie! j'overxi'irEXECU'IIVE
; ;". il! M t ; rr.1 the i ;:i.'c .iii :r..> d I'-ie-irnen1.i I 1'i.e li\\I OFFICE, TALLAHASSEE,
1i 4.ler:1: UI the ita'rTi d' ,. u.e H I ,i OFFICE TALLAHAEE
i wih in.t b i cnf iced; unin it has: been >..iiiCtiond by C' iiges! February llth 1S32.Hon. .
V4ta.ic LI ili.l.i Li5' ri; 110% ig i.l t # Isiiit.at. v.'ui February 10th 132.HK .
I. ta I gre..t.r atuiou..t, liian tu txj : :: 4 a.1i.Ii.1sII .d st syji; .i (:tI! I'_. the (MitinutKf, ti..< t lt' ;!:d i !' U-; M--rcrnl irov- I A. BELLAMY,
have and filed in the S
S -*; ihe '4 I *: i1'I,._'.:' a n. ;'i >--.! r t-.v : : cjiiluc 'liinit c.f t.i' :irt. li' the U. approved, signed, secretarv's SIR-I return a bill entitled, An act to amend the several

T ,j&i your myinriali.s us .a tl-Jy '.-.jinl v .1 J. cxtr pIty.t j I i. lL> t-.oi.id
1 jjv.ti.1 :i! :..- Iit ,.:'_. ;..i! ;-.-'.nd! 1 be .iliordid! but. if not *dtspo1 :,- t 1. An act to alter and amend the several acts elating lor.'wdo. purposes" rejected. My first objection i i.s to the provision that

t I Tlieb'il or lie prnlccti'in of tic; f' !JrIe'4 oi ti! c-i-t f !* oiiHi.r. I hiirii'.vays: : : and bridtres, in t4i! > terrtorv. the heretolore issued the Bunk ami which
1 -I to do t..: ;, i Ui-tr :riih< 1 Jo tlii'ir v.sri'.i.s rl! Ct-rs of I the n:<- rioles by are payable
.. F. *- .iiitiiitted to .1 coinitiitlft ilt. .. ;.! :iv Air. Ixutni i.; ;.-jn. '2. An act relating ta I crimes and misdemeanors.: the house in Marianr.a shall after the
; Li.tis' to L-'iiih r :.ti ti'M ttd S i in: t'ieir ptix-er, would lie neliciah! : !. I at present Banking ,
-.7 rt'.i.t'dtiie -.tine *Mla :i.i *njH4aa.;-. tLc '-iwiiivai> iLi'-ixi-o Ji: :3. An net to incorporate a company lo be calieJ, the St. Andrews of Bank be wJuch I
1 I I l'iz* ji :iid, i.> nu.re I removal the payable at Apatic1iicoa conceive
'.,. *-a'l aJo1 t Iit: ami |.:i '-d ; outer*"] t \oiisii; ;tiitiieficl; tii.it, t.1 pt-rstuii enL'a r"d in tl.e.-.e lixitjno I to be a violation of the rights of those holding the notes,
,' r .' .*ri ta.: lislieiiedon the c-.iat ol 1'jo.iUa ts.d lo foi-i; a ri.xei.Lfe 1. An act to ibe furtncr miirration a free I
!. 4-lllJJ!.." I tr.-iMMi: ; tu-! : ;! ; on our cst at>d employ tiiein usj preveni negroes, ta; whom il may be inconvenient to demand payment at the
or iniilatti.*, into this territory, and fir other purposes. hatter But I !! the third of lii
i'I.a.I I place. especially objecl to s-eetion
i t Ti.- l-iltoxxinp report ad; ar-c.-unjatiyiii'r; re-ou'i'i! : !:eri-fiij'! n.jfJ' ; L : ;tn. aiJsI.

: '.j? i\\: ii orH tiom ln! C'lii.ui. : : in t.e: IH'I.of tii- t- a;t5.v. i in ii- j I 'i'; c (''. .: i.f: (- ti--ref.jrilf: ) leave to rec-nnmend Lie a.!. p- 5. An act to incorporate tle; Lton Railway nrnpany.U. bill, which provides k* That whenever suit may Ijc brought Ij

1 : : enca t=, >! lU.iei ieoa tne c -;-! <.i 1'n ii'.i, wen* r.* i J .in .1 MI'I'I .] i tonf: ; tie !n.:. i\vs.; rewhilu>n<. Aw act n-irulatinjr lia-i.iode of ixsuinsr ou: writs of error I or :!gainsi ar.y Bank in i.s! lerritovy on bond, bill note, or cj -

: ;i. coiUi.iuue: on t.ie suit* i.-; t.1 t-rut iry, tov.. : in.r- t j '" .IHHN I P. BOOTH.I Chairman.l'sdrcd and pMHccuting appeals in ihec-Jiirtof appeals of the lerritoryof j liier conlract, a trial sliall b-- had at the first teir.i, unless! good

4 : : ne.i > iii.icn ol'i tiie acttnir: :.'<.mvMi; >: sr 1 1. -.>. - !;>: t'tf gwrnnr cid U-giddice cwncil of the !'i n i'-j- Florida. j entire be shewn on alHda vit to grant n coKteriuance. I know ofa

.. : 0:1 the Cut o i r uij, rt'.-;-' ci.v ;jn/f'/' /V..r\/7, T-ii our leeg.tte! in Conjrre.y*. b- i ie.juf.-tcd toI 1. An act to authorise James Rito, establish a ferry across a m good reason for the extension to Banks of this extraordinary
St. Johns river at a place called: Picolati.b. .
: ,
j I fiidt.oir tt> j paciiie ii.i i: > express Sdrction uf I Conrrss; : : t it privilege! and I ?ni opposed to.'raiitiiga power, vbichmayhe
An act regulating! ihe fees of certain ollrers.t .
I jpe; 'iit : 'i; ::, to :.:i ::ct of thi< council, fiilitd! "an art for used to oiijres the people.!
>. An : conct-rniiig the public aic.iives.
i EC !
jtht* ]iit.Nc.i; -.; or t-.c l:ls of Fiot'nia, :nd to I am rep ctfully! ,
3 1). An act m addition to the act for the relief of William Ar-
Tiint they! accord wit.i t.nri.n.' C'--'mtir: 5i l! M]) .IJ.HN r.-i! '..- ;i i 'V d 4' rli.f.i-li.Mn, Mid tii.it I iici-nd'-.ivour, i to obtain: tiie'u' ; Vour most tdvilici.t; servant,

I *lv.jijced iiis fi t. *' : tii'- gt-ufi-i for tie cnlb cement of the WESTCOTT, Jr.
: 1.1 laiCs.S.IgC, ;i.s iup.-rt: ijci% tii: 11. An act to provide fur the division of estates.
tl ; .iC:>e !isine.s M lie |K- 4Je of i 1 .;-,.La ; i.ea- stixpi; h. liy (n :tlt. TbeactwasreconsMJered.anienJed-readas! amtndetl and passeL
1 An act to lix the time of the courts in
holding superior
!LL Jl.! ;..td._* a siKiico uf I ca>i'kT :..iir*r eiije: to *
:. i.icirhciiig.t proper tJ'! ;; t Jur l '.Mutive :s -.. ,'1.ii ; Vt ii'Jr'. I. ? .i'r.. :..s iCtairt; in I til's' subjoot, wit'n the doctinantsi. ing governor.
S i 13. An act to ) trustees of Bethel Acadetnv.
1. S .*4iit udt viexv.Tiie i i. rc )ii>|p *..\ :.; I Iii !II4. :ud I of I the law I lelened to, ti .rrlher 1 EXECUTIVE OFFICE-, TALLAHASSEE,
I 11. .\ n act to provide lor the more ellcctual setlen.ent! ofnccountr
c. inuiiittce do no: oui.-.dei-! i ;:i r' xiry i io ni; !. -:::;vpUN: uiijt t :-. t- .;,_, ;l ; ,,is iejti.it jmd thete! re.Noiutioiw IK' forwaidcd ; between the Ferritory :rid individuals." February llth 1332. fHon.

\"'ciiiuiliou tin ti.evaJuius.i.iejc.M.t. .. i ; .]...; t.u.J ; ... .- .. .j Iii 1i' -I'-'tv-! ; f 1 5. 'Stz act for the telief of John Caruthtrs.I A. BELLAMY.

;:: ...i'r4 ;.oiialruid cou-jut'ilinn.ii: .t\v, iiil (.2 n.iiu; ;.1} ;*. li. ...,-. I Mr. l Ysil I> t-.-' I!hi: r.-tiiiiitp:
t ,jf t.v out o Un-S btlbjcC *i 1' .t- cK -j-oii:! 'iiit. L: x% vi i..t- ,lita''i! it ;i Jj-1. iVi {Ue{ i -l.t.t uJ'i ilimni! lii.liaid and other, ulnciiI am iCs.pectlV.ilv -vr. J. WESTCOTT servt. Jr. vide for the compilation and publication; of all the statutes of

und I v.-i. .iml Ji i'-if 2.ssv.: this territory" t&'J.-clrd. Ti.e :.ct of !ai-t session prnviied-!
JL incpivciiiofof! uiis ..
iiedejMruneat tciuuny, \.f.j : i \r.! U >\ i i.li.'i.-i I ils- run rr-iltr-.' rui r!; inisio \\ lim wns reft-rrc'cJ I the Hon. A. Bi-llsimy! that all the of this from its orjianizatien, 1 he
S 'n referred lu IJ.e couic: !, > luii j.d f-a;,. i. t.r.: : cn.-* ofsy stau.fes territory
j {i" ti'i.'l. i.l j .. ;:i I l.r.j.liiihi.; : ii.iv ; i* t..u: i UH- rMiiiiui.dir t (ih >i<:V ration, President of the Council. made to
; published! in oneoluine" and the council application
L S ;<- que.tioin;, and tne umUce: uouid r .'st -ciuii.s* : flT" t (t.f tt
: .I'-txpediOncy of its pi.b.iC.ttiou, Ii:1 :. 1 ful, iiide Mai (in ;/ .si .-"ijt I 1,1 !tar |.uid. llii',o;i'cir ru .u ir.i-id: tl.c -' ol! the l.'ituunigI corn ctly emoi'ud, "1i in act u> provide for laying out the school I Congress to defray the expense of such publication.! Svch proposed publication

J ,* SUL>,t CI ui.iy be, liud, as v.c'l I by a our i fellow:! ci.f..s c4 j t.. I (i.tit. ;(; hmdt. thu would cost trebe the amount of the digest"

'0 :talcs, :is ii>o bliif j jiK /le til! Iioid.i. 'i-l.e C'tiMi.iis'r.ii; \ i I iJ;,- iiic-j'\; ?, thi'Cr.nnr ;;i t! I.-pishitixc cnnnril of the ten itorvI ".tii m territory. for to be pub'bhrd' by this !law, and il would not be noting in gwi.,

uvever: tnoug.il proper) to.j.; .>'.. < : to or liiiee i.l.;. --i.n IM ii.l I l tiji.1! i !. 'i'h.M us..- Mini ul! L lw 'ii\.ivo; ; d.-lhrs l.i- aIn! \\ ed tu John act 1(1 comiensate[ persons killing wolves. faith on the part of the council U> apply! money appropriate >yCoiijriess
"An the titode ,
act to prescribe ttunixizotiiuir Grand and Petit
\ if incuMiics: l.iey propose iu I u-:.non) to this stidjtci, \vl. ci..ve ;. 1 ;r.t'' n.ii H..JTJ ;nc.uiit lor rrj :i.ui' tii I.iture ul' tin- council cliJiuii. Jurors." for t.ne purple, to r.r.other of a ditlerent character

.' -. nut btvn fully noticed in t&Ei: c despondence.l I '. .;. ..;, .' ILt! li.c efUIIII.IfrSSt.r oi 'iailtI.i, M -reliy autliurUit!, Indeed it is believed that Congress would make no nppropna*

S 1 Jiis btvn urged liialttif iav.-s oi nt1ons would i ;i.l mjr i. M. u i. ; :.\ ;i... KIII.-OI.: | of the '!'aIIaI.a-.e'! fuzd.I "An act" to ntr.cr.d an act lo impose a tax on Hawkers :...ulPe.lais. lion lor the printing of a Boo:; of so temporary a character as
; iw.l
j "ti'i I I Iil >5i I J | iij-i'J.: \\\f\ ft.ll.jain? ri-j-iiit :- : would! be useless except
the bill end
S of lisitvrles digrti proposed by ,
S ;' ": appropriation; tue>e to oi.rxlu-s I C3clio.ii'ti.\---- I I l.t1 c t.:1I'; -i>n I U..1 r-t..i <,l ihot.-iiitorv \\l-.nm: \\-is i referred thnI "An act to alter the Southern and \Vestern boundary line of them for most ow!
to members of the bar and to at ,
..e coinar.tu-e would reutsi(, that: ine Untiii; .M--et- I .i.iitiii.i| nl I llii..' I !(ii-e. iJiift in: : ;;n ri cuiry j iitlo: the iii-te-riiy jfl.itioiMr J-cvfon! county.An ) the -

4 rent j.ive! admilleaM.vus: ;.A to U<, : u, by asking: for tl.e ce t.ii : ;.' I 'i.itcd Mm-> H.H-J-S, ct tr i-i-ar the fcotninolf Agency lo this act concerning attr.chmcnts.An :; two yen is after its pubiicaiir.n. Of the necessity of puWicalio'n ,

S itveli-i .eiies as aj'acor. liui we i\-\ > no\, desire lo a\.il otuIves I tea a i.'r-Iii Ieiu Isa I( jiOl executions.An proposed by the statute of the last scrsiop, the couacu

of ;iny; a lv'j..u e t.i-it may be Seiied from seh c. n- 'i I 'itliirx hi\c lii'J liii' ri.i> und'T rnnsulrrutmn: and Inye fciideamiJ r.rt conceniii'g I were then well convinced ; il formed the subject of a spec*
S act to establish Blaclvwater! river
a ferry across! at
or near
I ; S -inn! ; :; ir d! ;v t Jl-.tr a reference to ILe laws of nations.Vtleli % t., |irt,cue: dll the iiifiriiiaiion iifc .ir) tnu ((ft reel uiu! -tand- its with the Black message of the governor, and was recommended by the yiuSP
oti.er llis 'I'lie I ing of the uleals. I will not reiterate the arstimenis
: uuiony; t4zi1g' <;n ; subject, :-
: :- of wiys from \ arMuMitirrcs.) th.t tlif cxiiiuutuin ol the inh.-il ilantx An act concerning proceedings before Justices of the Peace then used, except to state the fjctthat printed copies of the statutes
various uses the tea near its: caast tender it
MISceptibct.f -
very Ol the M'inifolc .MM.IIPI.$ i* suchaH toju iity audcalU loudly for and regulating appeals and writs of error.An of at least three sessions of the! council, containing saffiCof
People tlii-n- isj and l.aun from'thenee!
.. property. ; ; | the ;sicI \\l lithi il i.- |noiod| tomihcil. ti.i-y 1 1 ion"fore bej: leave'.o ofli-r act respecting tho public! projx.rty at St Marks.An laws throughout &
our mosl important are scarce
atnljei Su very
4 sith.s pearis, ;. Tiie !: .tion 10 whom the coasts the
following it-solution and > .
ri its adojition.licreas. act to uir.cud an act concerning letters testamentary all.
be found
and in ts nol lo at
territory some are
!bei IIg, iiiiv approri.ae 141 itM.fn: advanttge which it is \v rrpifKentationIJIIM- liccn niaci. to this llous I that the and the duties of executors, administrators and guardians. enclose, pa of the to ti*
I council the
i, ., .n.idoiedis :living taken possci. ..;m of, and made: a prolitof i-xjioscd situation of the inhahitaiiN resident on and iibar the frontiers An act to provide for the speedy settlement of all demands due lo the message governor *
Inciuine inanner of the district of h the fck'iniaole of Indians. lasl council on this subject, and, also, sundry rJocernentsJ
$ it, ir. as n map.se.s.s the domain of the country occupied ) nation the Territory of Florida

i S. hnd it mJiab'.is.: If a nation haii .iif on lus co.tst that is calls loudU for the presence of an air: ed force, a' some >tation convenient An i wl.icli I lespccifully request the consideration. I WUId,0
amend raise of
act to an act lo a revenue for the
;jiarticahily advantageous, and of v.-lnco it tnav brcon.e master lot the protection in rase ufflin fi. from the I li I'ILIflfl'1! or the I S iorula., tenttory I serve, also, that arrangements have been made for the pub

lial! it n..lbs great number* ol negroenKlHveH( anti//free) collected within their limit. ; I lion as proposed by the net of last session, which cannot bC
pernntud to i t:1): 'i-iate this natural: advant.iite The President the communication from
presented following
a rniMfture coin>ideied necetisary to then-cunt) and prosperity of IIICol' kindoned without injustice to those cer.corr.cJ.
t l.i nseif de cidciiccn.i!
a ,< ;hr it
; country tLc Governor.
;IMMM-SSI-X ; the Acting
moft tnlualilr portions of our t.-rritorv : Andhe.i a the tuofornpaiueH I
S.and if turn: are a Miil.c.em nuu.U'r ol fish! to ItiinUli the EXECUTIVE OFFICE am very respectfully,
ol ?
I Stales ttoopbhtntton at Tampa I'ay are one Your obedient servant,
S ..rijruh.Mirinjr nations( of nMr 't'ir to itin-lf the g''eat advaii- huiidird, Hiul tMenty, or thirty mile$ from the nnrilicin boundary of the Tallahassee, Feb. 11, 1J1. \ JAMES \YESTCOTT, Jr.

; t uri* u may nJXivilioiii li.emhv I I ( ...runxicer"A Indinn ie ,er\e. and the communiaitioi.ilhthem ftom other parts ol Hon. A. Bellamy, 10' '
.. The act was rtconsidiTCil and !U>st :-Messrs
S tuiti'ui$: m,'y uppropriate; ihlnrvnrn- thr free and comnr tl c ten itry. uei.tiiely lluouph the Indii.ii leuitnri ; Sill-I have rejected the bill entitled an act concerning the Pre .drntaiul MiCIH.IHT I3YTI
}1'B >n usfuf l tu-in uou.d U Ueit thtnfoie rcdoUidiy\ the aid lc"gi >!.iti\e council nf and Pup3 votinirfor! ; and Mr. >*
priji.d.cul .'r diiig: -iini6. 1'i.is pixetin.r eUcti.ni of members of the Legislative Council, for the reason IluU SWarrm. '
the ol Floridn tninl \\ if f th* I Fitzf3 : tnck. Hunt, Kutlall, Priot, ,
:* a Mtud i MS4.i unJ J uxn ..li *iaI their donuluon niri tin lerriUiry 'I hut the hotioihlile M-cn ar that 1 regard the disqualiliriti it contains in relation:
:*, 't""v Uif .,_ '. Jiira I luted Mates, lie iid lir i |Ii eirl, ) eqv.'iteiI l lu a's dir n c'linpany olU and Wriirlit-11 air-mst it.
t {
a +# air ah- to pi.-Uct UiurXT to i.crs: :; ol iic! LinUtl Mates as \vlh the Oriran.claw Vfc
.1. lien Maten tro.im, lu |tic MrflifiH-il nlthe initttHiy | i>M knotui f.umtriy ronU.cUg The lloti-c! ttiidi'urzt : utitt *.TL,1IrIT 10 i <-
L wli.n fmiiMined. i .. ccll.tr nurlln *, although 1 hut ek :'wiUitl.emajority 111 the Council \ P'
I. 1itt l.iik's I Ill.' UK un.p Kinf. wi al M poiut Mr. VAN IUnF.N\s BCJECTIOX. ice
41 %M1fl inniiiit$ >tihlv in tinnatioii> SenilMilr Afttt m ri gtid: to the pol.t-y! ol btch: dzqztat.Iicitiazz. &

: 4.i l1 v .4 uhK-t. U u ? ,wrl* mid tWan- %::1. MTTALiJioin) ti.| krlrrt run.iniUer tu %. !1.1 in had hern !? { rttihIv &e.JAMFS ': J .l.ii. ('. CiilluiMi voiiil in ilw is'Zatht'

:.i4, IWU1tWI iii 1 i. .. fenitltlM* i ioUMi.Mnirnti fiunitl** p'r* '.'al lepreM-ntntnei. of the talc 1). WHsTCOTT.Jr.Ti.e thus (!iritit! tI! tti' I't'1izn Itc' ciUitC !

Ala $54 $4 liar tir .a, tar her ri'iI, 114r. !. KU.yd, ie( orled u.s. I hex I ml. Iia1 Ih.** wiwe uml'-i r..n.ulialn.n art wan relbIiiletII and loft, Mfsr>. H.iltyrtl. C.Is.IMr, I oItbI.

: I,.* I IIMtI' sIs$ useb, rral.r ati't IM-; lu ftr di..rhiirrd (runs 'its-s furttwi c . (it nuiy IN* mklrii! ) tutilifitil I "H l'llBLVl* '

Ss' a1dI '$llsL*, $ wlttrti *.. aii.tI| toMl lor of the V. S.. *.*
raMim .( Istsgssc. Lisig and Mr. Pn--idt, and Mtu.. U.H.th, l\rd lli.nt, I %- tttIii1ti liii Iii'-u iti y
:!II.L: ss1.si S1h ? $fllI W$4.r. ., 144 I4I fill l IIYUI IH-de lh. A'lltmii.f p..ri :- I.u Nntta I and Wright 7 I1 ti'I
) I. f'.Il % S iaUNIII l jt. 3 ?vins *
1 $.. (,s.b,411.r hi li..a .IrissI II., ..nnilifiiwn frnm theUinV iiIdti4J4tII)
u'r % 4 .s. us .ss irraur iws $ ; &ii.t'Lit'
TU- lli
I I'i. I P..fr..1 .1st liii.t a .I IL.. .s4 I'ioi.Ja. wit4.il.iif 4 SII1 ie.4b1Imt..N l uiitr umumcaiii fnm I.e\ At tu 3 G \-ri V5a ihKu ..tiIi'tiIti.i.
Int. m M* Mi s.I4i' iltn.ttgli
11s rNI1l,< q1.flIsrI i.th. the .1.,., vf U, i .tstwis.in. htMl prtMi.Uii. ot'LIIMtI

i iL i .w I' i'stst i-'aiI, .rti ti... , KXIX't'TIVK: CiKFICK.MK ii Pi la jlvMiui, li e roily (
1a l ( t1.ips 'kwh as,' IbdstIsI mrsir I .t sills **S 2_ .
q .4 9 l WI ( s iilii, ul Mr. C\ihmn! H ilc i Liruii; U I r ti'4'j'flI !
Iiir .I.iihltr
.41 I
rrti-.rn rriirtil l a Ull rfttilr! I an ri in nwi *l an Itt Ilt

I i>*,*' a rr airtI,4* 115I p's'iIy, I44st$ I,, lid Tl* l Uw | 4*.n> *r ** i) $a diauy wesisIwiska, iiiM* a Ukitti luuL. r.t HIM! |I'i lhn$ in tlun irrn nr.Tlir H In* r HNii ct tu thV 1tsent $t'fllt" ; .

dWtH4$ ld ft. ?sa.1.t .. $ ,..,, lit I,. I.. H CUfAfll *>*4'.MM..IL.i ) |Ml>, U. > lair $hj,4.h.Iie$ .4L1. Unk IMllx I'h .Ihrii dnuW
I and
ux imj-iMd dihi< Uiw n i liattktrvtiiMl i Uwn i* Cdli$13)IIHitCfrl, n
I i4 I li a.ids4isIsii sui .. iI..i h.'ls..r, h..,.. h tI 41s.rth.N n
4 *4 Ie. ta' i.i.sa.ci il, .
Ml.Hl4rnfil.u4ry Ipr .l ntal trtl.r rtJrtl of Trmi .4ie' r
u4 < .4' I$4, l.i.1..Iics. .s.t.sriI skurIr I tufallv r\rlii lintf iIwtz, $frimi 'ur f> thrir NtfrrlNiM. Tordrlrruunrtl uuriisIssJtaI ,
.0 !fur a rLit 1*. ti4J&,!'% IILi4'dl44 bx any oiL. r ssal inIw'k.tt.f. "I U.UHHI tlt-l Shy. tIm.? Lqiaat, r..uisy.Ihab. j l In tlniMM' ul rrr lltr .411'!. tnt azt are fjiorM*, and ul.on l.. uhom e .ball 1IVC wir .UOf' .

I., FIIbIe4I ilw.t la las trl ** p iftwtta.. I i. h a r tL.r iiw. aS dir OMtMr) p i !pV. have 1.1 trnvrl u ciiisi.kr..L.r! di"tnnffui.y it' aJvocatr !tor anj WP"(
Tlif **'itt as.I ',' '' I,% % i I ,. |.. It i I rtor I it, .1. ,, ,. ,I. S bs' S pI M.r.* iiri Cior. if nc ciilcr o ;

$ iifpxcuUiv t.Ltr: a* tue ;!fiv.i tL'iC 1 iiati. uotung: : t ou.Ucuiit-Qcy r JJ. lies 1ftcuI.ti jJUi..4s I icaroa cljuhi'/ tucit cicltmuo.! Itatighl prulaLly! t. i thai station.



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llortir fjrsrsa 1 -.Tlc f..3oain :

;:iI'L5RIDAii ut ..'. :,. .. :'$1 4 14.i U anin i UI a. m I ii itr.i r u |.. (.. i 4.. k. ..i.u t t .%i i4( ii.ntru i, > r, .&, i,.. "M.riet'ercflbI-:c IJK.' i IM-C I } ur >r tlc ite ry Ccntul*$ ur rf anu the jr.in We lice Customers .

"4 K .
.tlt'C&k.,% IiItJ.* vvr I iLii,. r.4sa < nr h' r ku ,i r *f'4l$ 41 IwI t ti11ostM.a( OUS.IK- >, a.d uiiUiiftauiii* t *l dt [* i' .
Ii,4 %'I i.iw r*MuiiiU \. Loot C. :'t.ii IIMb .4 ,jei I i-.MiiIit B t4.-. 4i.sy tot., ov uid* him m |>twu4UiiiainJ, lu. cuu&iryi. en .

j4LLIk.A1' ,\ ,ul Hirewerik* Biuce, Mr Silver, who it-- '*ii,: *4111* duLii JuLt uiitcr ia.| $L ILi.&L *C '.LMA ts I1i jtIKnUv I lute rt-i .ititliy bcajtilum ackituwurgv.'j .

NHtNING.Ltht116. iilnl on Tai liivri, m burke count* >. C. i n.'L UHrU HMtH% nitu ti.i) i.ah uol ue %cx<.u oy Lai 1 uiir L.zctUtncy may long hvttocnj>iy the t-

%vj iiuMi i, uinltr (following CIcuflat4tlc b.- I I the txacti ,nui higher uuu<- ; ag..i ILl liatciuu uy ward w loch is iiuepiiraoufnua the couscicuiu.u* lu.filmcuiufduy -

#u'. Hit. Wife went o the IMUMol i7er hushuud lathI I and oj lai,Jrtii ilu prm.- and dlsL I14.1'IZ) uLiar- is IM- sincere HUU of your Excellency's,
;; uiuI fl.ai tsr and for I tntr lUwarUa tin- J.Uoj cUi-1 uUe jteWif.-, tliaU mrlVc a* MoLin.editnt,
gi inquired uer husband
rlM 4w.i. ti 11$(' I ti' saying that ne )I a ruu-, mid fcliall bcub iVeU iouar- u.e UKrcuanu And Teiy humble! M rvant I
:;: ( ( ) Stsjrrflrl 'ourtahouiIn: 10:' tilt. \\as not .tt home, &C. Sue; vas toLd in leply, andsul>je'-u of the buoln..c Pun. In like nianntr, K. J CLEAVELAND., NECESSITY has compelled me
; thai| had UXMI
| he MX'U, li.e pit-ceding dav passing Anici ic.tii nitrcb who aiiiI& come 10 me t-li utfcu- I u c Consul of the U. S. *- o transfer my nntts and arrnunts tu U.. lUr

Wer.hn. ftZt141 had anotl.fr. (.ii"rt toward* hisouu notice, and had not been bincej d i-ountnesand jKjrts ol me bubhnu Porte, ihal .ay ---- --- WArD, and unless rrran rinenn air made initnedtate
; rI. I 411 Mrn IK I them. Heicuxm tie lanniy et oti and s the fcftme uutici and other imposts, that art paid i ymei ly, cither by Cash or prtx'.uce fi>r the settlement of tho

*- .i1i-Tzs 15 3 MTk'US I ra c.eiI nun (their bfihgal that lime a ig'ut snow chants ofiiie most favoitru Ir.t-n0i> p'%%tra, anu DIED.-At her residence in Leon CL-. Florida, Eame, they will be placed in tie hards of an officrr C rcoflection

"'",? .v r the ruil' ar dU t ekly -\ C oil the giound) to ...otiitbut no tttiCn. could beItiund ihey shall not, in any w ay, L be vexcu or nunesieU. On on the 2dofMai charter apainfui& lingering illness on or before April Term. I hope the above ..

,i ; t ***JI ( tLt P. 0. !* ill, to pn ceed from tiic House in an direction. boLl sides., lru\elaii p.i.s.pcri!> shall ue gramcii.AKTlCLi ocrasiuned by u protracted pulmonary disorder, vIhl be attended to. D. C. WILSON.
: ih | C : 11. Nrs. JAXE CART RANDOLPH wife of Thomas March 6th, 1832.
ricT In'aus or ri1t1)iflZ) v- Tne w M>ds and river \\crc seaic e-d by E. 293t. Ii1iIagurIN.a
::*! ar..l > fi-\tr.u i'l'iams [Lit but the nei u- The bublime Porto may .sttt.A1sht t-hahU-nders (Cunsuls I Randolph Esq. Marshal ol the Middle District. \ %&arch
-.rar.'U1lUS. n aM ( n s:, ) wni.oul$ success. In the 2d IiJ2
meantime ine in tte U. Stales America and the U.
) ol
"rts! : hiril1" f.e3tts-A! < r-rf wife i 1 had ; And thus has terminated a life suffering and of H. Wilder
e packed
1! is up uer eh cis and removed their) \ ,
>> j to may uppoint) cu nsiu be (.i,11.UL' or ice ton4L1S -
,. (t 4IitI1 the disaree at the house of Mime neigulxir. At length, sone ? at tie conniiercial places in the dominions of the have fortitude almost without Mrs.a para Hell Twenty SR :-In the columns of the Flori* .

V-dl'v: at |I.3t f ry miles! ; t the sani- tune one in examining$ the Iii C pi.ice, iiCoi e etI. human Suliji. e Porte, where u shall ot found' nttu.ullosuj. rm'end years elapsed since Randolph i perceived I have observed your Challenge to run
first of
lue that
.iv disease your
.'FT k' Iiver, nnJ r1iii, v..u1 bt a- bones, nearly consumed, in ti.e .ibi.es The the .Itl.LIIS ofconiiiitirr. 'lliese Consuls or V ice | approaches Ine horse Thadtlcus ngains' C''l. R. Tl. Long's Henry
tvU fell
= Consuls lurn hed bt-i-ats Firmans destroyer of our race, to w Inch she has lately ,
1 search: with m) ;lId around si.au IK with .r ; so two mile heats fur
t.e; lOUSe S "
fin tc uas now XDa OOtOQCDa over the
ni rni't _
: : re(1 1 fallen:
.fl : biiah I ei.jnyuna.ilr iinciioii aim shauLave a victim. She felt tne withering touch of
} nce'tssary Jackson
newt-d. A of ; Turf
) (the at Quincy, subject of
1TT,. h Tve"n the sources of the sIr an> run- body, paitu consumed doatii and to the rules sai ( uidanu! >ifrkion.ARTICLE shrunk not but Unveil her head
jin in humble I *
." lire found : ar"n
buried challenge ns and
by *
'f'1\\\f rMrxSca ntui 'ho Atlantic. Our rh.inT wa- a s-uort dist; nce liom, prorxjsed, will
% ; \ (> HI.Amencui to the xvilt of Providence. Of f.
resignation run you > & the
a 3XD
r nn 27.lh day"of
tte! Ial)1'-ii April next
) piuid.es) ol 1 [hiood J
rge I were ito disroveied ;
; lo-kin for ti.e i of niLrchinis estai.l.s.i-e the well! defendcd !
u--lv mlojui-.n in the forfeit
; of mind
) cast half will
I1'r4'C-' beneath tiie: Hooi contemplative religion was to to her n o.i y v.-ne ) l>e deposited in the
last fvr ol the iiouse) and in a'flC.a States of the ..iiblmie! Porn, lor purpose- e- mJ J noefsort Marianna I auk
,-'VM-d, tli'rlnq :< years.: The L : ; and under ail the vici.-siludesoffortunc, subject to your order :
( was a deep gash made wit., an axe, toieii- nhi i ce, alit si.atl i.a\t liue-uy to I Li1.y% : tniiarM (un-- j : With the highest;
"P //M."*::."' it t i"1 h-ij>"il, will find it j; rinsistenti changes of time and place, under bodily sutieriiig respect,
( (ii& er with blood wnete to apjHMraiiCe, tae iiead ofthe hers; ot any I nation or reLigion, in I IIKC na: ner as mt-r Your obedient
.: ,.H-Ia nitire-aistosive-deto their v.-ishes. vjchm) nnd been cupped: iili.> ll is said bate tIa1flts o'otlicr Irti-nnly pi%. rs; and: tht-y *hiil: not ou I i j and iloinesiieaiilie-tiou, even in t lc last bitter hour, JAI1ES J.servant PITTMAX, t I
j her firm liiith in heaven
tiis urbcd in their ataij-j si..ul i i. I Iny couragehei never eleser-
I li neigt.hirs: residing t 2 0 r 3 uuies distant ti.ty treaie-ii, in MirchCth 1532.
..Mi\r.TO.v F 1> I-h IC32.r per- ted hei lor well she knew that "\\ 29 It.
A ru.iry VL'tI ., ay contrary to t'Laj1is.eu: Uja ,es. Anit-n au I Ivoxels fiolti tne Lord
CC a very >irange and oieiMve! odour iu theair P. S. I \vill also the
cn.-Tin Pi"(
,' : ,, r -t! i-tiu'-xal i of the Florida Indians HN at tne tmc, She body' is supposed to nave b'.en Ut''lnaii Lmpirtsnail n.il uc su.ij c.e-u to grs; uerl ,-whom he receiwlh."-Endowed with a mind of L Y. Henry against the said Thaddeus for Q (MJ

.i in"l"1h thcm. I j iiiii.r. \\ e understand the uife,' to et.ier with us l by ttie% oljiee ('1L1i4- (,"Ii't' iiihousc and the L.ntc.y, mascuh.ie vigorwith ardent leelmgs active cheer- over the .Maninna turf, subject to the rules ol hts
.1'i: .i"fl reroinniiMitlni 1-tr j ,
anoliicr] wonsiu: wiai is supposed to have l>eeii an tit li.e- Port rf turf, this challenge to be
li.an v s-cl.s : ilie MosUavureu uaiuu.: j 1 ful, alScctionate a devoted v.iteaud accepted on or before tl.c 15Ul .
; mother she,
r.-.nn.iis i i.ner Pr. !
u-u.ietit'f: > WIIMAM fix- are' sarv.vere* immediatel; *; st-cuied and commit- AKTKI.E\ i |has heR m tit hearts of her bereaved friends! day of Ap.il nt. JAMKS J. PITTMAN.Id .

:' $ A'-C' 'iiif, "Jiois in every resj-c-t ij'ial- j e'tlf'1' l lib Ji it, in ?.lorginton: to await tueir ti i.il, at If litigations and d.sjiiiiea uvui< arise between saK t that no other) can evei lill. Hut she has a void to: FOR SALE.

'.t 'fl' n i-i < f tbrSYm-tarv "1* \\ ar, tl n- ( ol. ';i learn I that I : tiev .a ye madv.in i ; confession of r tiiI i ; jtarlics 2i.il! lii-l IK: heju., nor su.o.l judgment lied a brighte-i happier scene than this-gone to receive ONE Copper Still complete, Copper Sujrar Skim
tneveli ned
If miiv> the) .Viiicrican : en i i ei aid olvirtue and religion I and Ladles 10 of Horse
> ,
|but doubt ht1h1tttt'1 Urug'ju.uu nctiit. pair Vill Stone.
| no) OIl the liict .
tl I-S'-n: tint < ice. I ii'i' on tne puhl.c uund.Ve .-
irirrs, : vpnn >er vry j i_ .ttLses Iii w inch (he sum luay t-xtceu live iiuiiilnd '. I long and severely Ined.t suitale! to be fixed to gIIIS. BETTOX fit EMORY. 1
ffii that lie it!' f o''a i ihe: object, ns hr V.T.V ih- j \ ( are told luat: ne v.iie ...id olien dic.ated! to }iri tre.Miiii b>- sub.iutteU iu iiie biimnut Puite >icd Tallnhaaw, July Mth 1 I3! 47tf
her hi:>b.uid and otiiers: Ill si.e uoi.al in totu'iney on :ht 2d inst., of a pulrnnn.iry
j ) Kill hiui.- cr-n-
the 1 with .
cu in :i .ttrcnty them, xih'chl.as l.e dedc aocordni:, to .he la.v ot'equi'y and (.::1,1.!
The deiva eil j.s- 'LtIhit; 1fl, ED.VON( ) UACO:;, i-.f lid.refitIdy :: ? FOR NEW ORLEANS.
I > is I lepiesented to been .
ii-as wle! lie nave: a manof I ..J1Ct.izciis ot itt: L. fciaies of America .
(4ifli n irilw w.'is qiie L (S. C.) The cl' t.n-e.' h.n! ,
a 1 levnflyisitcil Florid! ,
ve rql !-; iMU' '-abili'y .f i their J pnen; rather i: vagiant and Iii iciiperi e luibits ; and i'tT innu ihe-irconnncn-e' .uui noi l>ein charged t'f I4JhIvjct.u ifor the l I''flf fit..f his he.ili: ; but the prngr' ss of his ii I r-t ffflHE -st.-Mit-iI n !fi I' yulins: Schr.PETER I

the wile as Ix-i.i i toe it.oti.er of one or two chi-! til all) mine ur ohciite, shailnul (.14: iiiti1isttdai, d I j jtn disease ;i-iitrlcd the reliefi -If
t4"1U. The irt si di-rrvi-d tn tinic-
.T-.a'i'ii to f.-ia1" j-ej w.is, lri- in a
: the.i.Ve: lorb'jar inakit.g further comments I" when ;ii y I1Ly iiavccoiiu'nii.Uusoiueotlence 1 i 1 visit T II. &U-.47JW Mater
i. tl : I luej ly to % ar-i i t-i i aiid m re final ch.m-s.(; .. '. 1
tuavti 1rst
a. 'd : : c boendary vure h Ma- nov.. : .til in.i he 'iritsiu! and put in jtnst-n, l by Uie local auth i- Eulogies 1 ..vihidn t t very jrr.i. o of rliarm! : tcr hnvi- "W ill run as a regular Packet Letweea .
L1 V U(I, i ii Th( .V fl i! ex: niie'-, but shall Lie iiieil thc.r
they y iimstei or t 1 n:; sincei'f' >e :tvb y tht} cKtinrirns!; in'ci'e-d l.y .aiiii.t and New- Orleans, during the present sea-

''r.tri tin Ti,; I ILirnni i 1 k, nud viiii ha d.liip WHAT is A GCKTI.L.MAN !-u Ba giMilicmnn: Consul, and punisiisd atTunani. 10 ineir ofifiicc, 1u1iOtj oituary ncti.s for (tistin:vi-li'-d! wrrth.-Yf-t! hnppily- son.raiion. Frrishts or Passn.cs may! he secured on appli- .

Hit -c n; i.(rtv rnvth v.i.h :l.t ir pctilK.u, n.Srdi wea ue..a: imt to ih.iu a hoe* tit woi.ui l,e mvid- mtj j in thij rcsj cci the usage ubacrvtu luuureia oint-r in this instaiio a wide rirrln of fiH-n'Nand crrp'airitance to Gen. A. Phelps & Co. ai New-Orleans, or .

; u u iti-1: '' 1 H-iil, and pivyiii aiuinjnj.iv.tit.n j its I lt-\n-cii; oigu .iml hiw, r.4 iih ;:iul SII lit,riliiiziti ; }: ratirts. ARTICLES. will i-ccoru to the-dis>-eH.s< dicharacter wiiirh even \\ G. Burgess, Magnolia. Dec. 21, 1630. 13tfI
cmI 1 -iii \uly !.c.; lh: j ..iaj.i't hnvc C-.M- I j tioii nc..e>i am; |'tHTii l\ : I lie ii itiIieta'Li is m the, American in. reln'it .i.-s tH that trade to the dominions the Amiable partiality ill of the friendship rm:: .;t faintly fw-rrray.

;, jCiiiC' 'iii il.Jfjrroiuid! &iiC4< a> tonruic aa j ihitid.: \\-J.n\ri is opt'ii) itual I and i ti-e ; \\ uoVIT oi :h< uhlimc i orir, inay go and runic in i>eileciu'lV ties of in kitid-vd: by rtlationof hi nCctioiiate life! he reirard str. n and rthfnedlie "ORE AGE. .

,:n |, t-.a. MIC. < lVI it: poi ition. 4 is hoiior.iLe m tILL! >e-ii and in m.> jiuitruit'f Iii I It i with their own ilaz; anu tlie) Sniiu nol tav .LIt dtr a'tarhirems. but in, the s.icr.-d duties fit f-'imd icy -I N addition

l Pr. iflih: ls ili<- srvii.c :..cti'Jtsinn! rcc n nv ndj << ( t .tt0ts! and requite.no law but his uoid tofiislil ;i n; t.f another |M>wtr, n r shad un.y ,rant licir Iia0M i1i: .rt' :.dred a 'eet il'II ii: s fl p }Ij ) a in c to his ware-house! the

j-titn.: lir.: ur .TulLoL! IfraytMi fur J:4JLn tjc.'i; 1 an t-iigigeiieiit; : M.cii a man is a gentle- 1 lie ve-bst'isof olhe-r n.ttioiis .inu 4i.wir. nor to iiicitsstlsof i sol g ics has n-rniot-ve, :Ins ardent atrarl.mmts, his subscriber, hr.s rec. ably erected a spacious build- .
man.'*-Sav. Ki'j). ; rayahs. 'Ihc .-.tIillstii, Cu.isui anu ViceC las 11111 Afrvtiironfidcp-caMilhis.il" iij; Euby 20 fl-ct, for receiving cotton and e xxi5.
; IIP(.:: ha i H % hO hzi' c t t 4;r % t ii '.ith the -iisuls of ih.* U. Strt s.ai ( .
: ) s, not protect, strictly or -PIOD) qualities of his
r- ,/v of ;tl.e jHr'! tf the) tcrriury, rtJM I'owca OF MEPiiA1&-A1I pui;lirly, rnyahsol ;Jie Suhuitte i urtt-, and Out y biL.ii 1 heaif and sincerity of his profession4:. ? Marks, December 27th 1S3I. 19tf
iuiercstitig anecdote
il IR ( wliIi :it. ii.-\ or flitter a truiii the .
y titpariuie iieto luiu Col.! Bar
j-nucipies <
n was a !
niated r-ceraic> mcmborof the
< 4 rinv' iil-r of Jsoit.li Cnn'lir.o, t 'ys-that i is is "' in Buinel'sie'iiioirs! ol nij ownTiiiie duwn .itid agictu lo by nimiial coii.-eiu South Carolina Bar, and co-K-'it'-r! of thFd-.' Valuable Real Estate, 1
wmcii got-s to .S. ow InC power ol'inerc.auts ARTICLE VI. !
\' t P n. 4 f.i-jiUil!. inthnt Mttto: m.k*. n ?;<:\.tr: Carolinian., -Dnrinrhi.; > short abode and illness in this AT PLBiAtJ ALC A ION.
uu i>,i't-. li'"> tLs AI ill Lc ir.iis, Li- lift to the d. ; in Itmr.s of dihtltv!!; ;: and iLingci.! The(: Vessels uf \arofh1c L'uciinactLng parties, shah place, he often eX1)(4! -(] his rati ful -nsc of the k.'m1i Bvirtue: ot a power of t attorney iron Albert i
t1 tmation of tiie cvei: :.1 ied Anuadaol i'hllip of( observe Lo%% allis e.tth oihei, ueniuii.siiaiiou& ul fueiiuship '1ynii.itthiit.s .0. r ii&iaiit attt-iuions bc->:..wed ona si'IS. kr.f "'\ illiam 31. Beal, executors e>f the '

ii..i-ntsoi tme.I : .Sjuin, xv.s not hL. nyu m Ciiguiud ui.tn late m the and
ti I Ct'OMUM a ivrrnor niu! I MIS told if he season, at wi.icu tine the CtILilLtl was to'taii Oil- towards me-rcliaiit ve is tne) anali LAAdUIL. 1C 1 his ,LS nappy[ t-i add! that w.r-n ;h"eojt'-t! r f thir !ci in 1iuI'Iic sale on tuesday the 3U Oay nf April nt-it.

iiri'a ciM.f.ruiitiuii, J l'v /arty vcr, will j o tack I prepaieil I to legist, with ati; ii< jie of $cce>s, M) s itnc kind und urieu:> manner.AkTKLk. ness wa> no lon ::rr a'-!>: to x'res his rjt.ful < l liir Thai .
iunin % ll. ii'>n> heir '.jdnirjes t I I large and mmodious lavcrn stand:
C4W4 Jtrrcs aitiI l iihie iss were luni'oate-d fart ,
( U < a limitary haval armaiiii-iit. Iu rx nn U I ,r in the
ii.luiilsi of Merchant vtss< ii.t: the u. MULCS, .n like manner asa ,Trath! .i t1' ri.i..ii-tcr! if ill" village! : t'.an' I P : city of Tallahassee, situated en thor
I am \ .< lt c the prevailing confusion! and cI.Iltfl':
try ] ful'y, tenor, vessels>f the .i.ost iavoitd naiiniiA, slu.li huve h. erl corner ot Ailanv-street and public square, .
Vourur*: 'uJd4it trani, ii'i'.Cuiiht! m Loiidun coiiiiii.hiiied to toe Uov- id pass the Canal nl Hit linpciiulKeMdt.icc, and aiiuin ; Lii KI)0)Wfl as the Planter' Hotel, the building fronts
go : _.-
erni.eit: that HE prob.ihK! had it ia L l.tk ------- I '7 feet on Adam--street and 4U feet on the
iu.LI 1i M. WHITE.VriCN HIS ]>ovver topivvit '-I tile bea, t-iuei lauett orm uolia; &tii captiol *

N \ J H or. ; : U.e invasion liu at least that: vt-ar. Heb'a'.ed may: bo lade.i Nvuhlht jiro ncj, ni nulaci.uie3aaufillVis :; L A \_> l"j.: JL .* I > t i uv. v. t square, two su rys high, ci mpletely weathcrboardedallrund

: : that ne had Isci ihl<>rui-il: tat J'hihp! : eiepei.ded t V the- Ottoman Empire, t-.xccjHiug; such as aieprohiuil n ..maef .i".x f Davi.F.nyd, Lice of LCI:n with a i r>rticot-n boh fronts, and has lately

C,Fl: tC.: AL. upon' the liaiik l .f Vehice for money toproii il, aa tveaas ofil.tirimi; cuiioiy.AJTIcLE county d I, h.rebivfani tire thai ;he provisionhy'hela tiiidtr front zone a thorough repair, to this an addition of 6iiVet
fleet V 111. wil. antI teniieyit o1 th f-'iidTcsttz.a-- tn the capital square has bten erected, the ,
'n hi< ; tiat lie nail an extensive ci d- ; not first
DEPART Merchant vet' cJb 01 the t\.o contracting partie-s beiiij: *>uf rsiaf she has declared In. btory \fhichisbrickthe second weatherboard.d
MIO'i: < -F5TATJ! i it .d t.ie I-atiK, sulhc.eiit icdraw lion; it ;:ll Us dvaiiable lory, r dis.-ent thrre-r,p. and painted. 4
'f hitl1 not !je foicioiy taKen, for the shijjuan. oi triK.to Aiui will >: to the of Leon
rv nci-t ( Hit1 1 jislaiiu; oi l .-a.iim.-a which has f..iids ; ami liiat ) lie i aij / superior C'mrt enmity a'to The above
measuies bein
prompt illlL1I 'I'lladd ..tijt-r oijecis e>f war, il LIe (.. n.ei'fxt term thereof f properly constructed expressly for .
;'ll i fc mi'' Jinn in ujijtSuinrv! all t .u1.oJL1n or r a nt directing her tlowtr
jttra. : >/: :is ut ve->- miiTJit s..rce'1-J in alierling lk.'lo.e a ta cin .
tie having
ot.'ci tiie ,
a dining the whole of
juoj.ne-turaof the ve>sel ahall be un. lo !' a- II r tIir n-or.i length
dsu: mj: troinlvi'ip.oii i ; wuc coJij.. m.ts I lhinb ircij; ki.11t111. ttCfluI LlIg *i 1' ni t Ii. saLIItc.iar .
u r t tn uu j the
tut aid coiiditi ii.s, t, ivrei\t ii nun.bcr .f ap ).ication! was made liliie Ki.igol .Sj>.i iii. la.e \ th I&32. 29Jw BK'F ftEY FL < : u-
b.iiu t sci.i'ihe was entiiel; surc.-ssful. The merchant ARIKLK IX. chambers, &.c. Attached! to said house, isa large two :
1JII iand
I\ vcrcbt-utid. ioe-a..ry .iiciu to Jc j>uns v.inllur j! cx.tJi.-sted the Batik, ad l'iaIIJi was Ct)tiij>eilt.d t Ii I f any merchant vessel 'i cu.-icr of the contracti t: KUyr: SALE.-Uiideradccdo! f siory kitche-n 39 feet by 23! ft u. The upper story i* :

.. deiay hie sailing i of the triie-s !sh"uld be wrecked UsiUilCe uud :: .ins: cxerutod by (.'liajr$ i. KhuiUs laid off in rooms for sertan s, wash houst in; ke -
ritrre ri! i.>iisliavin. m.Or nud, by the n- I ; -xj>editioii tiii te l<>.lovviii(Lt1 ; jj proecut. |; n in fnvor- house
:' ft tb! t". $>; .;; ', i othu: i l\i r.j.IJ..-. .1111 UK g.'VL fc"t>- 'j ..N.sdaa.ii.l r. Engiaiuf< then in a condition' to lutttie i.ail i be aii'rd< d tu iliuSe ul the crew iliat juiiy oe t>avc.Old .a, L. *. A. Arnustead, to 1). (;. Ilar.cv, the lotsin tho anil a never.failmc\\ of ware- in the 5 an ,ort .
Lle! saiLis .-. .... .. .
:. -------- -
the n.erHianUise ai.d I'i.-m of : on n---;
vas j it t and tlle-cis. which it iu.tv IH ; oricmat UIL: u.yl" : ;
l UI 4: h'' ;. r it nd (i uapptK aveiu-il ti.e hiou I that was mteiiii I- J jT'tjiiiii'oS'.TJn wh'ch would besuuat'te '
.t,$ in i. l tte-r fr m"ixr la'i-ersi ded l lor her dcsiruchon.-[N. V. Jour of Com.in -..nI. to se and recover, si.rtll oc w.... y'- t ; i :"'fl-w!!ir > oiV red f.'r sale- a public outcry, ill' front ii.iinedprop.rty is a 1 1rire mrTincts.staHe l'ensac.hi.strcet car hc ot. ve

-. S.t fanil Su.ei'F<>rfi n r.hu.>, n \ir. Mil, ni-aixat ti; thc jnr.ce Ol ihe wicen, Iu bf by aim iii 1)1 :h" caj'.tdl} Iii TalJ-d-.a sec, for ready p.i--n-y, on with line for oarria- on t*
a The
yard s \r. whole! of tha-
.ve-rcd It- the S.Mt'd.'v te! 17i! U .
? Lours
-en, 15-1 tl.e a a'e proprietors. iri. twrrn'"C of 10 a. a 1.
:i. tipi s oit WHO'S COT THE ChOLERA 'IORflUS-TIje above property w ill t-e s: Id entire, and! is now vnci'r a i
!i 3btftcIer l!>al, andiliat noJitr cxcitettteiit CoNtLCsION. and 3 p.in. L>. 'J. UAMKY, Tns'i-e: .
.c. c iit.uii- lease uutil the lat 'clob-.r 1SJ3
and will
-I..Jit Ij1t 4 1:1LIz j,i--lVJ.4 ns wj.cii may) I b as.sH wiiicti i-- iiow NO ge'Jit-ral inroughoiu t..1' The fore-goinr ar. ides u;ucU i.pnn and concludeu, 1U- JOiiiX K. CAMi'DULL, Au'y. lo su d lease. be sold subject .
j ,
tu. i< .islalu.-i.: ; o/'tuc/ i42 iiiiy \>ill iflcaf.tr n.- innn: .j])< lis, oiTiMoiied 1 Itb the fear and alarmw !be-lwcililhe K is.'el (Lhauitry ul i iU.e,; >flu Uie a- 'arrhnth! I.-J-2. 22w A t d u *.-.. A Timrir'1 ntir.. ...11 \A nfT.nl n Ia-I12t*. I :
Cl i:. () r1Lr.RFNCON'I'IIE :C.. peivace: t..e i.iitiils of even class of s'loe- ill IVt- lilt fl' .iied Uiuiiiiiissi.ia r ul lit L. .:ta.ca, Wi..t.irntd .
and lot
; onjcifersim-i.lrfir
f. at t-e: exjx-cte'd VI.1 n of this: dre.idt'ul by the oilier iwu Jomnii9aiO.ers, ona.i be exrh To the American People vrhiehliai, coisslantly Ixeaoccupied Ml
gi as a a ore cuiJ .ncr.ttobiiiiner
ill ;s v.ry cojiv :'. Jg
liKMitliS tVoiii
BKTrt UENTHE!: POLICE 1 : wis cunxideiaou i. -g: ; leued \h,\ i H-e- foo\\tr.g!! rucuiiisl iiij.i-11. leli tjit- date ul ihia leUi >- Also a lot of gr ,iu (l c('ir. ':.5rra-oiu! SO acres, wet! !
AND -UiH, or 1 I isL LOiltelit <>! .reaij. ijieJLri.ati e ol lue ta.-
I'KASA.N JiV.-\\ AT..ttioui.f Dec. 1 13.I .- 1-tf jxjwcrsstiaii Ue niaue uiu. tiic nru-
Rtv. I-. Hinnioi: .. ( .t-: g. .;:.414 of oihcc HI Fieri sUec: : :- 1'i.e Editoi,, had sui down tIS <
Ton! pmjr.jiif.*. mtiiuaitMina: >'non time .since; to u.e printer, to bo eompo>etl, a long article on td t % o ti'iitrai-iihPow, t s. of site on the li;** :nn'iil: f rrpectj\ is 1-4 oC .. t
t ;fcie farm: ; > ol Jii> .;-. I *4 (the c.iolera I!" From I.tkC: 4 the pnr"hisci.oiv-y to Ic pa..! in hand, the i-ahn.-e in .
.btj, ttut he would in CMI- moruus) ) us; extreme leiigtl:, cO lie t u>'.ir ceiiih .ay iii'Uit ni' ..n /.daiadc, aiui ; L t't.L:

i' t1 t4CtF Zh.i Ct 'il I.L..l, tI l.p 1it t11.*,s, i it w.s divided into >ix puns) and jrheu to is i.aK. .nthe j ear of 1 the lji-iiri' 12 lJ, e,.,i'.ess'iluiII., 11' 1Ji ri tiirte.t qua! annual pajmuits, Larra an interest of j

'- Miiatwsa-scs( :i ra.u-t tnuu, ui.d uifoice | L. ny c )h.jn>siioii> to >t-t up." Just ufterwaids: a w.lit tlu seiuh day: Alayol ue yiar one tiiuuaau l pct cir. pttichastr ivinjr oppiovtd security. On j
the {
't uic means two ni'iiird
: s.
lLj the 1-2 in
tciras are :
.'Jtidiai;1*' ju\m. hi of: iits tit.u-s i iu i.:. Coi.rl; irf liin.d u'cjitli-m.in; who had! been lor many: weeksft *- lnuitTid. d and thirty ot. the cluiiviauMjll. r.r.t.IU11A.1.Lv j 'nf' performing b<>th th -.1 aim in-.i wi-rk of C'at- !.:i.u!, ai-J: d! ebahin'e property's i in -. e'\e, months, bearing, t

.d y. no i'ariiie': ;>, (h1t.IflICi i to :e-iil: eu \ p.i i' >t au .1)1 IIIj. eveix p ecunion I to prevent I an atin t- ( ) L.L\iL.D ri'i.es, .111.: 14t1 511t.Lje t kncii, t i h the 5Ui'! !IetSt as alrvc vih :;ood jccuri'y. .

':iriof( Mr. JijuinMn's jittiitiin.s; to IKcv'Lh,i- tack; of tins latil I ronijj amt :?'.i/ILlg> hUll, r-iti.e t iti.-ls.Ul flUtu.Iteis tCLh: n > f i'- JviMi:: tic! S.-ii-.n. ?a in :.il i'.s branches, S.t'!-.: ID !.i.nitcL1c.: at i ,. .M.U ;it ihe .-api'olqrarC*

.licutcu tiiroi'g'i' t.'ic: f e.erai a dji Hill ij; pin >e>, to' t.r: oii.re to chat away i.aif aa hour viIi; the :"uw THFRhruKi. to the end that L..vint. iRLtI.inI::; tiint.t'ipyaai"! jHiiiuiif.s) ) I f. t-1 j prepared uI LEV/IS RAMSBURiJ,

1tp.t:.(CJ jt 1i1' 4flfL. *' ilcadei'."' He :.ad ,not been tiii'ie live minutes: IK .ti\td anu I'ciloiait, d vxith saiu laea.} may I :ii Lte me a.tcntioil" LiH'S v, wli.i ore th&.zi by: thciiI Accnt: fcr thi! executors.runry .

.( IJiti; ...!.e nen i:: ) : h j In-line tiit* Mi.uhng I hii i eit.1 i'tt MI gieat hi I I: >: j of the e inlid .*,ia t-,, i nave caii.seu.otiu liie laiti.oit Uit lo j.an1C ho I j ch.MinMl. -, me. iii.-o >K i .-.ii. jjer.-tve-rance in li.e F -': 21st IS.ii. 2.* ds_ :
:.4 jMtaiiscs tin aits, v' iti out : Itiiii.g --n I their ;If 'l i.e (ieor; i.j
tJ4 part Journal ill !
( rr.L; and \\ ia/s I any | r v. plcarcc thc a-
iiiquued and py
1.dc.itS oi the
.oleiii morbusr"
IIti. tXtc14Ii il- i c j IiiL(1t1)iJiIC, i it iitreoy
A irdiii1 5 ) n.juiu an ;pti: s-.s oc us i JICCKIU: .iry I tsor il'--';]),")iiiit'.ent., Arcitieius! t> iiitchiiiidlv i \hi \c tlin-e wecl!.s aiuiforworJ ;he afcoitnt to this cfi
on \odi.d.v 1 jiaxv" in" lii.'e.
) : : 1 iive'I' it lou.llv <: civ i ir niiiuai v. wr.niu L.it.cii .
.1. : e gut IlL !
i ues ha. I t't-n. v. n it-!i 1 IL! > n->. htd M I n vs( if rest on.ibletor .
, : n Hbklimlyof t.e jiejsJiitr- (In-iuevn) t,000J. 1 ji irmeei: i .c IIo.t'iIil nan a ui./ei1! -0.i)J1IHSitor.- aiui all other-. citi.ui-i *i iimatjuaiiia t I i.riot, or bci.i i ,. l' ... aiy-ihaj.) whatever tlay may aSStLItk. .-_ _. _ _ __ _ .
: .1.000)) rtjiairt-d to "Thed 1 wiih.ii i.t-saiiie, laii)itL.i ttiuo neana Iui.,1 lhcsa..U 'JiKi.rVJ.t -Tl.c plantation on which tIi"
Me app.i.uud jibct --- you have bin le-nfd nit the timid ) 1,1tuaty C, % 'r. % ati. '1 a. Ii.itt l'r .Agaiu, a

' .I'j-vit' : 1 11 1 VocK on \\ i'.lneN.IK! : inoriiiiiir) rsuef gentleman) in ques:, >n, n.ore: dead than alive with an-. ev ry clause and ari.cle ii.titol. bi.tcu toinew I ti! a tkiv: hi d jtart if a tarrnut-, .'.ay s:.ltcherkittIv resided, near Lake Jackson, a" '

WjbA (;;!.li.)ns and Utowii) ," withJJ 41 f ti.e lea; ; and t ;agitation, then I'm olf"-and, sttitihgiiie In t Stiiu'jny(_ who: col: 1 i.avecaus. il ihe acai of ihIn! I .., lor hi> yenm: %:.t' r and n.i-srrrts, wi.ovkfjx ii't- j b tit; i nvcvt! 1:1.Us! f.i'ti 'I'laiiasscc-jvaid! >

. ift an.l iu-c'iii.puned: I 1\ n pnice.stivvr, n.ar- jidioii to the wotd,"' he jumped( down the I ; L. S.J] mn u Stu.ts the to he nt-rx Uiiio ainxcd, aiiu nave '' ultimate i rnouul: l.-be i-iuby on ilieir way to liyn-fu's i ior Lat* l.iiiiilrfii! acres of 1 cleared land. o1 good quail

.t J i.ii': : 4 lJ.iKnac.!! : Thethtciie !ii-i.hii'iil of [ signed aame wan my hanu. ,aLr, some other io.' tird ypui of inia iiaryu iks t va Lroocl ilwLin lmouseand convenient out houses..
alom the load ; shuts, and wa- clear: i.H ihe premisBT Done U iolun
-Ij SIM .4 iun, luitrih uay ol January, i.> .. ll.tir minds( frti; ht with .ti. 'Tertnes made known
tie licepiy t-xpcct 'n, by the subscriber in Tallahassee .
ajj.-.ci'in: IIC\N;
0 ; : .. ;
weie coiiip.eteiv covawiiinJifciiuiu.y i; -[ ( ( ) ) J.p j. the ) car ofour JLioru one tzauaiiu liui.lr .. K
I: eight I uiU >cii Ct.flIpl 0 lititI ih u | !l11 s>fj.hy of aiuici]>atcd l 8cc. DANIEL CANT.
_ ; i-t-oplt anr.e-il: xvit:! MudMixs rev- ----- -- and thirty two, and ot'ti.c Imlcpcndcmc ol the L. l PK usur'i! lit- work 15 warmly phtd, the 'i; oi.J is *
- February.21st
: ; pilciilorks) :4j.d: o.vr ih-ad.y ui"ltiu ut1)ItttL. ::>. the lilly sixth. soon iu>udcd! to the pattern giitn, without laiov.le I- 1S32. 2IttFt

". : None ufuic ptvpl.-, h-\veer, Lad A\D1tEW JACKUN. < (!;; 'fthe rompdratue btienith; of other parts '1 lie 1 )tt &ALE.-A liist rate Roller Cotton Gin. Apply llu -

,- ; nns. Al! v.-is .:.met till Jie; iM i4CC! we-re JKISJwiiugh liy li.e IVsi-lent a tint has now dune his duty, uid iiicriu 't ill tuci go u> H. COWDEN.ii. .

1'- ) : a htif oi avouuc to tit n-Mtlwin! ; ofy 1 "KDU.LIVIFUSTUN, ar ot tae tontue of biai.ticr, though l.c claims! n- F"r'etry 1s! l' ? !. 27 f .

;. n n* lithe! eicfjulu-rs, \vhei i >cveral nutiilifiU I Secretary of State.IEPAll'f.1.Fi new; feathers to iuspluuic. bat the \vcrk is hmriedotT J. M. \V. DAVlDbON, res.ptrifully ten.fl9ders -

cjtyjrjiiwijdc: ,! froui ina i A l E. as it camt aid u.stncd ptrha; s wrnn SiC up, ort hia iervires in the several de-partmcnts of"
jumpc the ,
. 'ju nitivdy cie-d!! ( ititc4e. Dy a letter (null Uuii t'. U. v ivtsU iit. Uenl. ofCuba t'oicciid t all. This proitaery unforlaii.ite. On tiieirictuii .profession, to his friends and the citizens e.f Ga Iadtn -
: on; the j.'o'.iee to tlwivvr to $the A> .( ricju Cfiisut ijdvan.. ot
n tL up j at winch the ), pciliaj.s, a like disaster lollowi. TJit's aitearlv County. He promises punctuality and faithfulness *.
o! jK.iV.iii of) the pn.ctvrf-HT\cr. Tiu.s it.how 1110 is a lrai'.slaioiiu, VM.I i be seen lital the Km; paint d t to the t nlivi-ned iina iuatiim son-.e of the in every application, and his charges will )be ntadalo :

;''l'e2,' COLTHrefasod I liv- Capuiin Gilbus ivl.u THE Pr.r.MI-EN I OF THE C. STATE of tsjain, yisid'iig tHie coi.cii.u.o.ia ul lltai ulLcerlia ahtr 6>ccnc ol this e\cu life. Of all this circumstance correspond uh the hardness of the times. I 1 1VtHidyiLle ,
J, lgi* p ..pltto L? quiet, aiui not pat A 1'KOv.LA.v.A.lU.N. : re altca him, and ajuionuLu! uencial Dun .M. lucafor.e -begettinkim\vkdue; a portion is prepared U which Gansden Co. Flor'dn, Jnn3l 1832 21tf
Ivrcui Vcrc.is! a i'J c'.;iim ;rce and Ixriween in nis !>u-ad.
. danger Of puiii.<.,iiic! 4I' s (It| the Lvsiu d stateS Aniciica and the 'i'o the Cui.su. ul the U. S.
;.,. tse country.) They U.eu 'inj.stei! 0:1 i ir thicld hint frciii i fu I share. But iii the opposite aide COTTONE
: t.it' V1I.C41 %'i :is rt'It !. i -
UI I i i,. ;. li.e nspecttve I'knip MIItries i1f the two o-iwcrs, on Sir: 1 receiVed ai :lig GUI; ui'i..e pi'eoetti. 1.1011111 a sight vtrc t:1t1i is'd
_u ;tT ) one I .l.u-se-\ :nvte-nlnlay t-i) .<-ijy, in the yar of our Lcird C'niiinuiil'ution trout .11 eAee..e-n<:y ilie I., crt-tay e.: I oc.iriitg the piicj, churned for g : ituun-., :. : the jrrl H.t* o tJt.; jxope. ;' onctiioUjind ciij'ht hundred and: t thirty) and the said btal*: !ot toe i.-'L )..I-&tLiL ol i. .if, oi f Viiucu 1 liai.oiuil iiaacu without additional charge, if the failure be ounn P
: tj :* ,!* jumili.T' (.f! the c >.;:::rv' ,Ko,>!e ,j iMaly was dully ratifuu, Ly the IVesitinlott the part toyo-ilhel.-l.O % 1.1,4 copy.lost toatjy er 'Orn orJ.inaiibLip or Liiiber.! Huilding

i .,. 4Iut:! ul lw 1)I4-e, coh.p c.iy; i>; 'c'J up; j I 411 tin.! ;: iitUd MU; N 4111 tlijsi-c iidd.iyi) 'f February, in \\ K.xi; ui iii: 1 have aiid before his ..iajsytk .iiid rcfian ini!, v* ill be done to order, on the bhortcit notice

( |srv and Xveretl. Mhir u l.np !hir, when ) t.e: \ earf our Lord v
i ,' 1II.: t e 4it I2it:1: : 1d 'Cat ItS i 'iiir'v-. lie, in )pursuiii-eof I th ZJ' .C(2( iiiul IOOHM-UI of ; J, in v hn-ii yU'i dC.Lie thai liulioiir a..ei cunsciciiteu. But no work uill be delivered, without it is previously Sc : :bnntItn,.

i k. s; (LI I' jiiU! onK-a-d in i d to the, V.JUCM 1 i It' s( jiiUivis; M-nili i iiy heir rs oiuiic.ii of ilic first .>;ii, } ou to liiii.ai; lorurecai Irumycur ]a'e c'iil com arranged for : This may be easily done, l-y the J4 ILL pbRdnq'E

J, Jtetrly; : .l.j I ;., ., vcjic.y! .intI| |ajjej: I luo '*y ol ;tiat nii.tii; andit;
: n trt;; e of them. A ,! I'u's.d; n:,, ,f;Lc said trea. y m tic: 1 urKi-ii lan. ua-e, ij i'a.i ii' ;. (ti wiiii-.i you i.av'c been c>p' seui liti.I cash. In addition, tho raSinct making business will THOUSAND--

"'J 'it- .Mijiult.u.ooiis n.sh j y ud in ar.isuurn: iiim .f isi i tic En hsii ann.-.M.l | ) far ixtluct-d *.U( Ialjr.ti and pnys.cil energies; thai be pursued, itk all its branches, by a skilful uorkman.Th .

., ',*' v>> rt ,! ''.* I' Jw'-( ihtrv hrjoie the j.olicer I II liwrtt", M-ha.ucd at Cous.antihoplr: tl. rilth you .lie nu i'-ii- r e"i.ablu .; eve.cisin ; your lunctlonbpn <.nc vMalnn:; to l e Si; vi.-it in this line, arc invited to UALES ot Prime Cotton

n ; a:; J, iif: ; j.4itjj ut seeing l.:< ir I j dayt f October, I 1831 I, ''>' L avi: Purur i, ilCh i ir-e ;; |p rly. ilia ...aj ;y has hecn'jtie.u> U tu deflate call and arc sure.d, they with Lave no net asinn to square

; ."'"''' ljc.v! a :exrJ i.tvu wuu piseii- 1 il'Af uir.-s of l the! L'uiu-d r a is lu-ar the ,uLhnie- Porte, hinse.l: .itislud ivKU l..e: i.tieUty and activity .or wmCli complain of the tcinis Oil nh'di service is rendered.P. --J3ales wUlbe picferred, it must be lUlhcnd ia,

tLc1( to ihe glntald, (l1TtzirlkII i unu Nid.iliFtfendi, Jttis Llloidi of i.c Por'.ifur tht I Ii you have lort-i hi ytura, utauatti, m lite Government O. HAYS. good Bagging and order, or a deduction will be expected.

litd n ol t.eit; :, JZCdiIIg Cal-) i ralit>utioii <.: :ho Milt AH! ; v.hieu convention, asraiilicd of ihiit int..si III.JKJI l ml part ol* ills duininiutia, and March 6th 1832. 29lf. They have extensive houses lor storing Cotton,.
bjJicPrcsuUnt, in iiie English: : version, is, \> oid lor j juiiai t has Oeijjiicd to Haicn lo your con.niunieaiuns, in cun- their charge is 25 cents per. Bale for tke season, and

?:e 'JIr )! after I .follows.. tI i btque-lteeof uliiPli iiinci.il Lion ....a.iuusic. ilv'rto has Superior Court Mid. Dist. Leon Co. if they become the purchaser of it, no charge will b* j

lCitfl) ii?* Iwnrt N satialhiir C.- their veiiWceJitisr I *1 lie ta'..:; of lliis f rm iiM-ui-ent: and the motive of; b--i n ajtpoinud a.i j ..ur uct taor, to v. ui-m, on lus arrivai A.\iLSi\ic.\iLLLLN, I made. They will make advances on cotton stored witb

)I:ce t, I* bhe.s )t the inuuhiedn 1' 1 i'L this until.willdru-- n .tp, is, that- )1)U will deh.tu-nj: the coii.mand of the Island." Ts : SfBl HE Defendant and all them, for shipment either to New-OrleanSj New-Yct. '

tin: :. ? anj ;;tahhinthem) ret!:c i to) i'; tic-y sir diplomatic and otticial coin cntion, havii .uay CiuU preaerve you many years. JOHN( ) LAUDAMAN. ) JL oilier persons interes- harleston or Boston. .

ere a.alu; :al! occurKiiiotis) win as ujtsch :.;.f hcretotore, ex stcd, Ulutcn thr Su'- innc 1'uileuf vISUl&exU L/iu.Nll VILS. Lcd arc hereby noUricu that Hie al ovc suit Las been Miu'-nnhia, December 20'h 1831. 8tf _

!*rtIN'I ia-vc been to'l! as if tiiev had just iH-rtH.-iualduratif.Jinrd the L. states of Aiucrica; at Mr. Shaler Leiu .ii-b* nt when tJtoaliove! waa received instituted by process of attachment retui liable to theintnor -

Tl gbo"'e roeriturious deed. .M nnonsiderutiuiiuf ihe dcs.r- fiir.iici'ly cxncsd the Vtcc; Couai.l, ir. cteaveiaaid made the follow & court, for Lc'ni County. Just MeceivedPFR

uQlJIt( !:"n
PtrvadeS? '! '" nbaWe. Fear and alarm Il been .we.lby Lai power, and in cou *queiiee of '1 o iua Excellency Don Kranciscus Diunisio Vivt-s. l&Ml __ 896*. bushels of CORN, from Baltimore, and for sait!,
Sublune P.irte (Jeneiul Cubit &c. &c.UxITI ,
ir4uf the jbh cnicraiiicd tiy the .o testily t..1AIcaiu (4 watA1
tOltr.! every man in this par of the kcutimcnibof Inciiil- SiTs CONSCLATE ) 100 Ebis S. fine Howard Street FLOUR,. -
of Ainer.e-ftiis :
m the U. Suucs ) ,
Oh -lock the St. Andrews and 15 do MACKEREL
DON eommissi. nei .nve tt-d uiJilc llavanna Dec. JJ3. 18J1. J in ,
chin, we, the undersigned, ,
"m 1.Dec'. wTho state of Ireland Lc- high office c-f Chief of the Chancery of ataw of the Sir: I nthe absence of ihe Consul ot the U. S. I have L1Chipola Canal Company are o.en at the Count- 40 do HERRINGS, (Susquehaaa,>

l! Rnie''iv.frnlln, ? <::V'CTy day- The healingouinir ."ulilinte Porte, c-xislingf.. n-vt-r, having been permit. the honor ofacknovxledging the reCeipt of"i ourLscel- in,; Iltx>in of William G. Burgess in the City of 'l allahassec 1000 50 Lbs SACKS BACON SALT HAMS, ( .,

1)C21 *" flOtlIing--.on* the contrary ted Ins m.blC'Imperial majesty t" negotiate k-ncy's communication, daud the 2'2d inst. under llto superinlendance of Benjamin superior,)

tes WmS miVur''y' -the exasperations of and include a treaty, and having ti.crcuH.ii conleircd V, bile 1 congraiuiaie your Excellency on being relieved Chaire-SjHenry Bond, \V illiam G. Burge-, Thuiuas credit Any persona wishing: to purchase the corn, can havo
parOu until the first ofJanuary by bond wit!
$.._j.CT coutniuaiiy! more intense and dai.gcruceof with t.ur incnd, the lionorai,1.ClIaIcs. Rlund, V.II.) hiui from the iv eight of care, incident lo the supreme Brow, and urbuli 11. Bet ton CorumiiMoiiers. TIMOTIIIM'CAfl'T.Aunst giving a security.

': lZl1octtraI hi, lineri.il residence, furnished with lull :)ow- command of this important portion of His Most Catholic Tallahassee Man-h 6th Id32. 2l'lf. .
and 17th 1831
i.e 52tf
tiun Ofl.iaytj. outrage m rri ione etde and conclude, the articles of a Majesty's Dominions, as well ason the satisfactoryand FOS CHARLESTON, VIA KEY-\\ ESTI, "
acts PHESM
re 'Carev) assawuia- M-iUiJiyaiid %SIJI the- other iwoCumsi flattering manner your Excellency'* bug and[ ardu- Sc MEDICINES.Just !
torn them h1Ct4It't1 aLI1OIi ffthe wholesale horW rca v., rrCSn.modriBdltle and Davio Jtiey, now ous services, axe ucKiiowiedgcd by your Sovereign, I 1 The Schr. DELTA, Capl. Hoyt will sail received, largr, and complete assortment

tIf.t or tpen n iu the uhade,-every Ihisig a; Smyr, having arranged, agreed upon ud eoncluRT1CLE can assure your Excellency, dial however may be iheregrciof on Sunday nexi-For passage only, apply of fresh drugs and medicines winch will Lc wd,

rcI(113l) dsturb the elefne.tsofIimc [ ieJ tlc ftihjI) log .irtiatS. ihis community on losing a Cidef, who has pro to the Captaition braru, or lo wholesale or retail, low for cash bv

>viUi I .\ 1. >Cd himself Bo-woriuy of the unporunl station htf has _, JQLIUC.L4wD.: ; JOSEPH LADD Dreg/ruf.

Merchaasof thofcublww L1une/ vrbtUier 1UUi- lou j and honorably liileu, tJi'wo a not wa b1aU'JLL ,, Maich 5. Nandli* January 17tli 183S / 2tJ

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-' nL cui Ci.; !,inutl.cn, n s"being properly appiirtenr.v.t to tie aicn bl.eS for Tec the territory*? All of wl.Ich! yeor committee ren'rt ofscirrie benefit to a ft-vr store leepcrs, hut I am tot

1 .- .i nnd subject M tee exclusive enjoyment a.id entire riuitrol oi' its | hat bi>eri strictly aillicrrd to; fir wfiith rpdw.iionr committee would be to the people ge lien fly.

.1 NT Y ClJt inced abut 10 bt, e.iiuti*'d, anc to amend an : savereagn. T.ie emu mi tie reiterate the statement made by the lia.e no ne itntion in saying that they believe the institotiuti is entitled Respectfully! &c. -

nn i coMtttlei* sJank in th ltivriiol' Mrtguotia. which was read a governor in late correspondence above alluded to, that these to public confidence. JAMESD. WESTCOTT I

1-; .I. and .id tune and paaaed ; ordered that ibe title be as aforeIi lisheries are wholly 'local in tneir cnaracter. In this respect Respectfully nubmitted by, Hon. A Bellamy. T j

they arc'difTerentTrom the mackeral, codwhale fisheries of the BYRD.CIiairmanof com. The act was reconsidered and
passel by the
\ r I I'Z. A I'itLCKiiuoducedabi1t for the ppeidy settlement ofthe north. Our fisheries are not in the open sea, but near to, and The Pre Uent presented the following cominanicatioo from the act- itv. Mr. I're'itlegt and Mt'srs. Balizehl, Booth reg1jsjt

: Tad m. ee fu id. which wns read lnt, xtd, and 3d time and pas- under thecoist, in shoal soundings, and within the ing governor. Hutit Love Nuttall ,
straits ItVS
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, TALI.AIIASSKE. ? Fitzpatrick, Iole, Priest Robj0
?.tI : ordrtiH 1 tlut the title l Ie as *fureaid.Pit sounds and the islands of the
amongst southern of Flori < and Warren-14 fur and
form of memorial to Congress for thee part February I Ith lt 32. J chez voting ; Mr.Sniglit
followingepm, in Hie a
*: t.h1IlnaL of a new judicial di-ti ict. berelolbre made fionrthecomnr'.e da, and many of those engaged in these fisheries, dry the fish SIR-I have attentively examined the amended bill entitled "An M r. S A NCH EZ offered the preamble and resolutions

.i.ithti judiciary by Mr BIXITH.' wa$ adopted ; Mr. President caught, on the shores of t lorida.Tne act to incorjuirnte the Central Dank of Florida'' The amendment* I 1 injr, which were rend and laid on the table. ,

?! <*. .. tUI /. aniltiwth C.oper, ll-int. Pw\ iloliion. rfancliez exclusive right of piscary in the inhabitants of the adjacent j made to the original bill since its former rejpttion. do not remove all j W.icreas the population! ami weadth uf the territory oi'

\\ .irr-ii. and XVn lit-10) voting lor ; .1es'rs Byrd. F.tzpatuck, Love, coast, is a natural rigut, founded on the natural appur- I j I the objections entertained to its details, and tin* con. .deraion. tngthI '; do ill the estimation of ihe Li-gisLitiveCoucciJentitleher!

KuHi"in.; .I iM.M r.ugai.'st. it. tenancy of le: fisheries to that coast, and the necessity of its wi'h the central piounda stated in my former commun.cati'iii on tins .i cuts equal lo those which have been conferred any"*"

To the Stnate in l House of Keprttentativea of tit Umltd Mates inC.il.rrcss existence; for the safety: and welfare of the nation.; The use of I subject.the given additional f rce by the jMt ?e of the act thn incorpora bill territory in the union; and whereas this Legislative upon Council"1
j ting Magnolia! Bank since, induces me oiin to return to j
1rsnbled local fisheries by foreigners, louse the words of Valtel, might the council rejected. '1 he alteration limiting the duration ol the charto I well s-jfisfied that their legislation would be more *
of Florida perfect
of the territory "
IM .u-ii M .at .'i Uielppiftlatiie council l he and '
prejudic'il: dangerous. Contagious diseases might be 1850.( U inconsistent with its other pru\ i-ions;. The whole ani-mt more conducive to the welfare of the |t'Ople of Florida

rc'jfUiui'y.t. I'-Mfih ; of the of tins thus introduced, the country would be more exposed to an enemy of c-ipital! cannot be paid in, whlun tiii- period ,under the regulations |! htd another legislative body.) j if "7
i .tat i.ie -\ f.u is .if a large portion jM-ople territory.fitMil
i 4!! wli > i.'sd.* 111 tiie c u.ities of Jarivbiou, IVaitknn, Fayue. aro.IeuiIIg; by sea ; and facilities for exciting dome :'ic of this bill. | Be it therefore rewired iy the governor and tfgittathe

< \ i-i <"i.uNd<>;t. call: f. rtli<> p>tai>!i-hmiu hy Conirress of an ad- disturbances, by suc.i I'liemy would !>. allbrded. Some writers I would respectfully request the notice of the council lo the second \ of the territory cf Florida, That our delegate! in Congress tom!!

t r . and Fir Hien have formerly contended ti.at the right could not appertain, I sheet of this enrolled bill. L'nvsthus: era-mi- and obliterated cannot t and: he is hereby rc'i'iesttd to use hw best endeavours ufn

n,. .- ..n u..t of amitlu'rjudge altt) lie)' and mai wl. to reside \\itn- if the ifcnenesvere inexhauMable, and tuat a ncci's ity muecretaiy's ottce.I j tiie passage of I a law org 1ui-4iilg tie! legislative () '?

Ji Jti-nint of i iiddi'tiici' I'lie Lrt.- cuIit1e 1U mention, d are exist for this cxrhiMve ;appropriation.: Tum d-ictrme i however 1 am Vour re-peel obedient[ I ul ly, I territory m the same; manner, in which that of the power i of

I n iv witliiii tit ii.iiil- if lh > western di-tnci uf Florid Two of llnrn.IV.miii. IIIiI sine-expoded: and: the ng.it ivc.i .n/ed, :i? founded servant.JAMKS. I:). WLSTCOTT, Jr. i Arkansas: i< orirain>etl. territorv

and I'.i\etti'" aren'i\h cr-it-d.: tlis iJ.un' I from ji.ir.s. oftnwoHJiitiiMof I %upon tiLe hrn id and arbitrary principle, that every nati-m I lion. A. BELI.AMT I lie ilJi'.tIz'TJTSOrcd, That the actiis<; governor

1 ItILdt ai: 1 U-id-duii.; and tne ialtci in f oni Jackson.vt..i has a ngiit to suc.i exc.usiye ajraprtatI4)I]) ] : for the extension o President of the Council I ('I f this preamble and icbolution to the dtlfnite transm'tcopy *
Iu. : ot tU-LU' i' aeuiiuiiiIcd the C4)U L'4 ol in C
q'aiIU.v her c uunerce: an 1 even forconvrnieiice nterev. Thereupon the! act \va recoti-iderfd and passed by the rcqui-ite majority
\ d.-ittict. nut it 1'. iii'4 -iIt. Idr tiirt ju.t of tiui distuct toJV..M g.esS.
( Hut it has: been contended, fiat (:admitting the premise r.sto : .Mr. President! ami Me-s.-s ll.iltliutith!! <>o( jier. FitzpaMck.Hunt. Mr. FITZPATRICK; offered the
.i.iiiuie.lu.i M-quneJ.tf lii-n. aid: !hI.j! the courus i.-quned by I preamble and rtsoh
|i.tl.tcin'o the laws of nations, wiici! tit committee contend lor) tin* I I Nuttall, I'ope, IVie-t Koliou, ;Sanchez, and Warren--Iiotiii: fiili-'winij. wicn were read and adojited.WHEREAS -

., .* i n-diiri.-u.tvof; aci-L' tin, and thHii.ituie of the tmsinesa I territorial legislature is not the ;oVefl'igi': to whom the pow for ; and .Mers 1k rd. Ijove. and righ:- tt 8sltist it i:: ;ti-i tl.e opinion of the majority of this

l.Mt ..eli'iiiiiiieu I i lot-re, .ij.i J I(1 l e c-iuld ttt dojuslice tu lIe LU-IIUSH i ofIlia er of regal itmg tin-so fisheries helon-r-s. Tne 1'res'sdenl presented ihe 1 folUivvitiij c.imtmmication f.om lattve council, tn.it ollircre tIt thi.- general gove'rnrnent

; ui !C.'. and noi'l oi.jitthan one or two COUrtS in jilditi.in elaewnere. 1'iie c .itiiit: tec, however, ar of opinion, that t thi? po-.it ion i iuntenable. < the actini; iviTtior.EXECUTIVEorncK. t rcsjr.i c )n>uM, and agents ouifat tIP be excluded from an[ _

1 IMU-itf; .iifM) Uin t> counti<' iVni'i IllS district would It-ate tnenri : ; Congress in the org.l:Ii7.tl1utI of t our territori.il; novcrnment TALLAHASSEE, I scat: m t..f legislative c >uncilof: tins territory. ItUlilinga

'tes; of t l.xcainlua.V a ton. and, V a-lnnpioii. as uis diMrict. t.ie expressly deleir.ite.1! ; tiie legislative power over'rigzfii1sihjeet. all February 10th f.J7, IJe further r<" otrrThat our delegate in
da-i.-sol winch \\ou.d IK: k"-om rou* an.' cud! tic fulfilled ttilslulIy: of SIR-I herewith return to the council tl.e bill entitled, "An Cfl
legislation"! this the
( ; in territory, <.*overn:>ranJ requested to ur c tiirp ;.siire of n law in b-xlv
Tlieciu..tv of < i..t l-.Jeu ratlins inn.', a : of ttit rn.ddie: disfrutof act to repeal an act todeclaro creek, c..>imnoniy kr.o.viiI I <]
council. I'he of revision reserved C. sprint;
: right : is only: to : :
ig.vssby oilcts! uiider the
inir ons :
FionilaT jeHMiduig in the c.iurt oflltul pcr> 'Vernment of the
fi- are now | superior I as Ilobmson's% creek in Jackson
t ie Org.unclaws and with reginl tour4r: >cil :an.l m.nucip-! sprinii county, a navigablestream. States ami .Is and
aad : foreign c us from
couiixy IU.KU( ciiniiini. CIVIl coin u.in .avproceedi g. an4"tinuuiic ." : :agents( l.oMiii'raJH !
d. and wjt.i limm.ist an.c Jri.(1 aiduily tiie JUtge of tiie :lire[ Mlalioiiespeciall. .', s.io.lid t.i' <'\ivciV! of tie! poirs of I I I Icgisl.iiive c inS'l uf t.k tcrrittii-::.
fnn'itit *.nn.><*f nrrtu ni't",: n.ddedi- ,rice isuiiati.eMdetoriiima a.l ili'' ca-e tjefjie nin.: in lli Congress be c.nnned to I tin.* nirv ttt'i.: Iii tlit pie ntu.le and -- Ie-rice'aJ'o-ihei- a c ; v ol tins re jlutma Lctatly

f.ijrouitsm Hindis.net. t. >i.e of wlucii, LiOI* Comity ) the Uocuil o.itiiij:).)lonr.' of t ie p.ver of lie: gt'iif.-al government) over her 1 l'r: it seems to me, that: vIitthrer :t creek i ii "r. naviir.ibrb.in-isr'! lorwaaU'd to ourtlcU-gitc m Cong.r-ss. inirneJi.

the! t in tneie.-iitoi erritone.J unrestrained I ius1tnttt vital (Coigres or not, i is orditnrily a mere cmestion o//c/![ which} the dtc'r.ratioti -
is atMieidnj laigf.> ) )i by any C. j provision, : The Ibllow'uig! c niruunic ition fiotn the acting
A arr |1liI iti. uoftii raunir> ca-njtri: ins; the c.>ui.ty iUiad-dini i cor- (..i si wiihout! lotdt! !, repeal: tile-"* laws, and even fiblish ol the leufishture: cannot -.her! eitiier om- way or the procnttl bv tne PitNidrnt.EXECUTIVE governor ua

o 1 ijy tin; ci.itui of t 1'irpt'C t. a-iJ at.i.it tvnm S h.t1 beua ci'J,.endinr : a niiiil.iry! gnveri.nient) in Fioridi: but would ?uch an act bec other, but as I am to presume g'itl! causes: \vcre adduced: tor OFFICE i'ALLAIIASSEF

in tiUil. [lie 4aII1 ii.ls not yet J..eb oileied foraltf, u i-v.-n l.ct njy ti.e paai'e: and approval of tint law; and as no convincing )
MiMt.ir.nl tit and
just.iv, or ngii or propriety. Kqujlly unjust |
.1 u, r) eJ Ho L'nilfd: Male-, a id <:oiof : & ; 1 *; u j reasons showing the ltcccssitv of the repeal have been ent- tV-bruar. llthl S2. J
1 woiU it I he f-ir Congress to interfere with ) pre
improper : directly Sin I have the bill entitled "
Ui i rnuturvtucJt Xiie ijujiity of &lit! iai.it. and its j-c-fuJiar :mnVi ; ed to ne, I return this h'.li rejected. rrjt-ctrd An ;act to < rovufe tr
heretofuic tiaKei. l.as if.-r fisheries, a Siibj'-ct ino>t ennn.ilic'iHy of ineiv. local: and'juiii.cij i the elfctton of in J.i'I. "
_:o- vmtil ii uec.iurcd.; if itlia.l! beea ih lUe ; I 1 Sir a county ic.it : on county, ibr tie
am, ie .-.! > !. tion. hut if ,
r.tii 4 'Ivi 1 i ii )' at e. ) i: iri. Congrt-ss: ciiose to rxtroc: s-cii t;)!lowing reasons.

I The -.mi < f.i ;se.\ivt m n .:itioU t.I a ..j..r i'nU'js .11 -'. ashiaatanantlrr.u.Kiiu ; ;>.ver in d-i: nice of reason; and propriety, ::1 t c.ml.l only! be done Your OLet.1ltIt: .-.- ; I M. The citi/i-ns of the county of Jackson have been divwj.

counties cox mrt! In ii! <' rl-.u.t: of tnn< rani\I: / t ::" cl.j in lor tinre! ::sivv iVu-iit of the! inlnb.t.ints of Fion.l.i.: : Ti.eIp'f..vroj JAMES \VESTCOTT, Jr. ed 1 liir .tvrral : tt i,
yrar past, upon very subject, the
Hon. taw
01 utand ..1! ii'itr.fly t.. '.-e Si i );.i lie-j: d< t--rni-: ,: i'/: !* !i'-iij.-btro! :! tViF tijt-: 'jsh! ji-s| cannot :attich to Conv A. BELLAMY, of t Mari.innn: : wjs finally fixed upon, and the most

tic ru ts tit llu<< lerrli y in be 4va.d. .t .J v.hether (.> i- li.Mivni) #: ; i:: jt.- C.i.tf: .C.1' i of a nitn ui; .:! le/iV.alnre, bi.t a rises solely 1'iesident of the council. and l.v.- court hotisr in tte erected and I commrxlioDs
ilnstiocis.oii bu coitiiiu-d: ) bli.c >'jt.ini.Couit; of liu* U. .it.ii lY"n of The act \vas I reconsidered: and; lo t ; ?\Ir. Prc-itlrnt and MessrsIlootli terriuiry am averse
j the i : :M u: c- nttoi over us in our ; sit tiaii1iI.
r : mporary; present to ili.'t'irbitig the quiet ol the by raixnf the
i Stales or is .t. the lands in ail iWer i/J: l.e lit ui.-n iiiaed eiu.i.i. Fitxpatrick; Hunt % '.)taU.lIbirti{ aitil l \\ngltt-7 vo-j county ; question.
Tinpi.ipeity 1:1 liVsr! !i.tirrcs it nsi lered the
: is c : by
if Le
it !
tj.jin avoided v.'ith their
iius. 'inii be fciicud ihec.aJi.M*! of tie riuttlcisuj.i-n i ii i.itu iiiXri.: liir and Messrs Balt/.ell cm: c-m-jislenJly; inte; t3.
i* s.i.ijjtee. j < ( \ ":. m tn of l rioi2.i. The I tiMii ; ; Byrd, Cooper, Love, Pope, | -
people : j
Had I
riieeuou nd iesiu t.i i\ a..in of tiie; 4iml> 1.1 fitu, p'- Priest Sanc.iex and! Warren 8 nnti'ipried: the agitation: of it, \vhen Ihe bill fi>r form.ingFayttte .
; ---- aipiinstit.
c-u.Uiy ueai tut: ruer.s AcpanCl.i.Miu.; : i"nit, ai.ti l*. .ii. ti''I.' i.o: 1.1 ] *. 5,9tI! 01/ :, ci! pi.i, e.-iy ii.ir iis rejjrnlatum: ; by the national! ..'!)V4 j i cotsnlyvs under consideration, il would have
The, President presented ine coninmnicalion from
:!it! states of( > y j US;fl.e' Il.ca : i .IU-I!, t H it i:; i re tirm/ed by t fie co.i-ituti.fi.; Tno rig.it of'Pisnry following t formed an additional objection to that act. The division of the

>eilion thai in a l lw .e .rs a t:>v. ninurov up zt: ti: moiitn tl I jiif ii itt no \vtuw.uTied t: : wit.i tne I li -it of invjir.stbn. the actmujT'ivcrnoj. county] i is the only ground for this hi!?, and I do not think it

firmer rner.hoca.id. in ov-i: ? and j.raice, tuu.meia tti.- s'juir.vt! I i'r'];: .4 tIt r.f 1 I l.se i.tter riiriit: beSiHiiit! i is admitted) c.o. \- EXiCL'fIVEOF'FICE, TALLAHASSEE, toc-iil lor itspa snge at lhi> time. If the people! after aMifl.'cient

cm cnuatiy except Me7iiieaniuu.iti'd.isliiec.ia <. | .::'.ivt'v to! { %i :jiS': ;anit! tl >: -, :i- ; c niict wiln ti.e rt'gula- 'February lOut Ib32. they experience the effects oftfie division houhldesirea
; .ti ry is. atliiistini.*, v.itli all ll.c ob-tnd. t.) '. :iein ot't.c SIR,-I I return rejected the following divorce bills. changr,
c'litned l'r !iucIl
j iion ; : iMrniei', as : tiie 1 -tf. :sature. it will In time .such law
: ,*at. .riug!; r') n hiliierto I: uu-cUitf-i: an.1 I u.icrrt.iiu$ litiuiiJ t'.. alt If Fi: I I. An act for t.re relief of Alfred Evan5?. ; enough to pass a next session, on n.emoiialsfiom -
M th '.vere a slte, I.ei the fi-ilifiles.
t j : iiti to rciMate: e them lorthat If .should
:: i-t Dial.uit tifurii.iiuZii'.ioa- tin* isist-tu r_, ol jirnj-e.tv.uinJ j eina 1 '. t!. /An aci for the relief of Mary ( anadv. purpose. they not acqm-
j t.il.l !'(' i!..ii-putal.! \ :ud the believe 11 the
iit: : this deci of this law
r giits. ow .! to tiii-uiiojlt! } oi fi' iui.-toc.iints t.i jIItC. \u: HIMViie .';. An fUr relief of I ese ill >ion, tie pa? age will create obstaclo:
i net tire iundi'-. a.id tii'iy: 1I.u-c.. a t.j.t's u.ixe tn-on eu-C't-.t. :.:itl U i"r j'lg.tsand; j.riVile ...t"f the: j.eoj/.e of Florida in I thisrrgaid.: ; are t O a restoration to their former situation, which should not be
1. A u1Ci to divoice John Darbv from his wife Ttrc
tj..iatfdi.ie4eai i HJwdp.KiieJ n-jre.r, tl' ii.i'.du': r |..< Juct 4. lit t 1 in noiy lni'ere !: on: t'i '-e enjoyed by tt.e c.ti/en of tie! sa. made without absolute necessity.2d. .

-"uuMli 01 tne up<;ei c..uiil, > U' tlicuinouut ot tv.o l.unciitt' .uct JH: i I i-na-i'>: I IV l ii-rtrc'.tv! v, ith Npai;:, bvviiicli'* tinFioi.!.js were For tJ.c i canons continued' : in a former commumcalion in reOU'nrf I think the provision in the socond section, that the county

thousand duhai*. \i'l? to Lie I liiird St-iti'-s, tliC nt/.es: of this cr.lod! trn'itoiy to similar 1 bil's to which! I respectfully refer the coun11. t officers shall reside at the seat of justice should be stride

M.I j vc-seH aie emjil.r.c-J in cuniiip': c..tii ir.id: l o II.T ( ri.st.ripoll. 1:-.- :,.!. .:t td 10 I lieenjoyment: : of al: I tae: privilt-go-'j lights, and! I. To the see->rsd bill I find an additional objection m the r;iihirasctt.g :lt. The clrk of the county should perhaps, reside nt the seatof
ft.iI th.i tlii- inSati: ii; .. !I. tirm jf the : ( ;iiril.e.!
Oaring \ ii. ii ) Y HMU! a. x ;:' "! t t : .. t.e cili/i-usof t L t"nitnl i.n
I ; ( : t I Kif StZI te. S but there is all
] justice, no necessity tor the other officers beinj
<.lur pOLL in i MiMa t u s iiav.'iiii-i.-n. |i ti.er -ui j r.s jm s i.s 1.1 I am, Sir, respcctfdly: I
[ KntrrJ'iI'.niigi: .t-SL vif\vs, and: b'iicvn ii: it
projvr'y; rc ruati bound Jo and it is made
to not with
.; 'luiit dl: $lLI : I tl4 dii-u u. tuit, 4I : 1 lc t Vour ohrdient so, necessary reaped to auj
: ; .1, l..o: e Isheiits: i.iy; |>c MKnlo a source of C'tn; iderliiei : $ servant! other -
<:1. 'h *e lntcrel<.d a iv<" b iMi .i..i'i i.: .1!. 1't nri- ity :! .1:1 .- ute JAMES county.
ii-a1: i t i.i.tttrie euui.s5 V IjiCI $ t, .s % ( .' ; t.- i .- u t., I! ti-rrslory, ;Ji.r coninattce! beir !f.-ve t to oft-r :i bjil h \VESTCOTT, Jr.Hon. I am, Sir, very respectfully,
't.t-d. (i at t e' 1. uLt; to tt ju. ..f t t ei IC' I i | !>e < Mnird, *' An act for 5ne pioiir.tion! of ti! liNhvries on the! Your most crvdient servant,

\ .a '..- ..und.fd au.i litt* ::. i :t t.< ;lic i M.ITIof: : iiie iiMlMie; i.J- I] '...> 4 -t >iFioi\ ; !.<, .'.iid to jai-e a t revenue tnesefiom) to I this ter.iiry. I- Prcsi'.it-nt of the counciL JAMES WESTCOTT Jr.

tiici. n.'ativ tvso I.unified hal 4. :ui |i.t <..c.i w, i.iul LL iii.i;... !. v.t- '* The nets were n-c uisi.leied ami severally read and priced ; Hon. A.BELI.AMT ,

*iiin.( i.our miuo .iL'j Loi. i. Tinconimittee!! have &Ypt'rc zir.t1 r.o little difiicu'.ty with rcir. Ies-; Bai/.ell: Booth, Byrd, Cooper, limit, Love, Nuttal!, President,of the council.Tiie .

V.ii.r m-'Mi iriltt. a.V >t ;ue tn* !'.:. <-* :* of -: tIt.I2 :jilij r.i t.) liic! dfla.'Kof t.i- bill. Tiie sjbjict is one diilicult! to 1 Pope, Priest: Kobio:, and Wanen-I II voting for ; and Mr.Pir.idmi .
act was reconsidered anmended read amentled and
CUI I i Z- ;2t eit.-'t t:: I 4i.-i ami .-, satisuc.l'ti.at and Messrs Fitzpatrick, Sanchez; and SVrijjht-4airaiiM as
;:i s.i'cnr. :j, ;hy e no; the j>rov :);, of passed.The.
-u Co .g!!> xv lit! a s.li., of iH-fi i..iy v\iti ic .:aiu tie .! U oiSio bl lliem.Tne .
( K p.-ciacil will f.iliil ti'.e ; iiiit-4ithtI. 7'.e law
toiiiinuiii!v now Si.S 1tS 14Z ttt .;.1. i.i'jif *.!, ,.s oi | ..IIUHHI <-n pirps President presented the President presented the following communication from
I -i.ii.iint 1'I ie>t.ci.nis: : ii (i\vn citi/.cn.; but < following communication from
uj'ono i mide -
t <* jU'uco ; V.id tnei do titit ;: ', l} *&:iitlo i-.iv. li"it: te* b.w; \ the actininrovernor.EPECUTIVE! .
'-: !MjTi-unt iSie ci: .! .-cz 1 num. i l Ti.e 1 li\\ Use: fiCtii: _r !fovernor
lj.-: in'.fr--s-Hol the feiii-rti! >r.e.i.i. o.l. niu>hn:< uir M.II t. P1 '' 1 1pJte.c .t inrnen EXECUTIVEOFFICE OFFICE, TALLAHASSEE, ?
ii IflIjia Li) le no i..g t tLt-iuet.; % iiI io i ivihiu.t be eiiilcceil uniu it has,: bcin, );auctioned t by: C-uigies'! TALLAHASSEE, February llth 1832.Hon. .

i gi the c
t11c U1 I "! irto::: i > iiv c, -'ar'. to Jli" IiItC.flirIt
A.jJ your IIIL-IH
v. i, a'!! lii- iccai ; ;:,\vould be alionltd bui.' if not di- 1. An net to alter and amend tl.e several acts relating to
: :>- first i is to he
po rejected. My objection provision tkt
i rU. ;
'Fiie ti'fl or he protecti'HMjf the T !II-TI.'S c.aflf ro.Til-5
o iiy I'a oihlirvj ;j t\l do hj.ri'.viys: : : and bridges! inthi> territory.
10 t.jjs, ii-tnciioii! > to tln-ir various oJlicvrs Iii the
; custi : the notes heretofore issued by the Bank and which
..iiiiiiitled to .t coiniiiitlff it t. 4. .. ;.< :4 .\)r. I.OMin L.i' ri,iiu j' 12. An act to and misdemeanors. are pay*
..; re1'.iil.'dtlic-aine \\il.i uM.'iiJ.i.< ..; ll.c- iitvii I > iLtmo sin | iiis) to -ji'UT :.l t! tiu-a-tlm tleir jMuver, would IK bcneiioia! !. 3. An relating crimes be! at the present Banking house in Marianr.a, sliail after the

!Ii. u-ad dit-ws and
r i'.if litiei ihe uf i .}.\ .ousi f::ini.e t"'tC,' t Jii.it: t.ie cn d in tl.c li Ciiijiola canal company.: be
'eri 1C Oil COUAI i .u.ldJ uid to r zi-c n rtci.LfjTin1 persons ag >e >;if- to a violation of ihe rights of those boidinjr the notes,
3 ." int-: tr.iMthe: :; Iniiiitns 4. An act to prevent the furt.-ier migration a" free negroes,
; on 4)ar coast aid ei.jA.IV t1C11t us ta whom it may be inconvenient to demand payment at the

f.iitow ing report atd arr.nnjian\ing; re-olu'i'culieri-t.'i'bje! n.jd I1.i.i ; t'zt :.iiu M-anx-n. I or mulatto *, into this territory, and for other purposes.An latter I h place. But I especially! object to the third section of th

'"/ I lr i! oru iiom tat c.iii.m. : -. <;
enc tn tiie l-.iene-oij tiie t...i-l t.J 1' 411 4..i. wen* r*M.l I .im! .( MI.JI.-j.a j. j toiof; iic;) lt.-.v.i.i' rc&olulion*. ( AM act n'uulating the Mode of inning ou: writs of error I niramst Bank in this bond may bill
any territory on note, or otlier -
ut cotiii.uiue <)a t.ie suit' t)! t..e arid ) appeals in the court of ot'the
t'Tut.trv: tov..::): \.a- JOHN !l. BOOTH! t'ainnan. pioNccutmg appeals territory ,
contract, a trial shall b- hail at thejlrst ttim, unless goUt!
r 4errc.i > MUCH oi' tiie actiitr: :iti, e.-ios' ji.t-.i..i -< :us icl.iclj JtcsfJrCil it t! of Florida. j
:t 's > : :: gwrnor aid Ugiddice council of/ the b n /. > j cause be shewn on atiidavit to grant n conteimance." 1 know of
: ,_tne Ibiiejiw 0:1 the couaiui i i-.tinj, re>j ciil.j.-- rl''flV...,v./3 T-ii licit IK' 7. An act to authorise James Uito, establish a ferry across !
our g.ite in Congre irij : ted toIM no cood: reason tor the extensIon to Banks of thij> extraordinary

I :'td1., '. t'ar j-it c.iie ti t-\pMs< sanction t if Con An act n-iTiilatinir the lees ui'ccrtauxi ollrers.
i ;pc.M.-nt SN
ill" ;pit/.e... -.1 H' t'.e !is: '..r: i< .; on t ,c roasts; of Ftoiiii.i; a iul lo l tI. An ;:c: conc! ( ruing the pubi'.c at .ives. am respectfully! ,

Tint they! accord \vit.i t.ie art.- ,_- .- -rntr: j in r! (kpl' :->i-..- ;i iv ;i< c t.4'M-i.''.::, Mul.'t.j.;! },r rnd.Mour to obtain tne j 1 10. An act m addition to me act lor the -clief William trI Your ixost oboileit: ; s-rvant,

*.Jvaiceil 1.1 iiifiiC.e > IIC.sg ;s Ii tIiCt cttI1 .tlut: II I p'.al: u' the {jv.n.i..i givrrnmem I, lor tie! inlbuvmcnt of! the I JAME5:: D. WESTCOTT, Jr.

t iisiienes to I ie i,etiit'( I d r ci.j.i ; t.fiMIX*-pi ;. ,iil.r ,- 1 An act to [irovide Ir the division of ? :ta tes. 'F11e act wa roconsu'ered.amenJed-re.idas amended and passed.

) ;.itdv. u soaico ol'c- u>.i'K--/.v- I -, ?] Tl'i 1 l-i. An act to fix ti.e lime of holding! the su >erior courts in
re.oiije to our jt .r. .xf. i? : copy; of so imtchof the :sctuig: jrov- ; The I'rcdetit' preseitt-i the following! mesiglioia the act-

't : Ii! tU IIr being: .1 projier s..Ly. ; K.T iiutivc; ; :t .-..hutt J ft nor! s i,,.. ?_-<. ;,;, 4ci.iie> to tips Mibje, uitii the docuiitf( its tl.evc.tem ilistnct ''I.thti' territory. i

.; L 'IICZI co mpjii\i;,;* i.i 'ajne. a;:.| ol 1 the law i it1rict to, tt .ri-i.er! I .3. An act to incorporate: the trustees of Bethel Academy. I mgEXECUTIVE OFFICE TALLAHASSEE

; The c/minuttee do not Ctu-ter: j it : '-trv to t:4 : : ? p4 \\\ 4 v,1it :s t* tv :i ;,,is irjh.i t and lee! oiutions be lorivaided! 1 1. "A it act to provivle for the more etiectual settlement of February llth I83i., }

\--ciutatiouoii: ti.evanti.si.u-.c .. .. ,. : 1ii.l .. : 1.i account.-; hetwtcn the Territory :rid individuals." Hon. A. BELLAMY.

..;:er. a.oaahuul CI1.ii.eui.ii *.*tv," :!:1 (i jr. n. -. -. I Mr.j I l\\ >l\\) f-4-Mi lie.f .-!!.:) : !V4> to \\ horn the same had been referred I 3. "An act for th" lelief of John Caruihers.I SIR-I return a bill!! entitled. An act to amend an scttopro
: out of *J\e iiiti !i'c. it t 1.l.! i"-i ijci i l. f uf am lespectfuilv vr. ol.t. servt.
'rt.v lin-i &uljjcct. < > u oii.!*>it L. ; i.I \ iliiym ffi.liaid I and oilier-, \\lncii vide tor the compilation! ad public.iiioii: of all the statutes of
and j .i.I' nil II iltv. i-tar.| J. WESTCOTT Jr.
iicdep.iruneat' U.e
.iYttiioi of t.i.:* tcmt IOiV u. '
.c.t this '
territory" rej-cted. Tl.e of'a-t' session prlvidcd-
; :r. U t \ d..ii, ilii-rtiii f.itt'4. Hon. A. : ct
vurelerred to fu.iaial i i. on rlainicioh' in was ref-rred the Bt-Hamy,
: Uacoiuici', i.> sat: i' t.H'.' t !: it..- tii. *11 that all the stafr.tes of this from its 1 be
.. territory organization,
: tiouand I t :.i) t.i J ::i I.aaiji: 14.1'. : t hi. ? i II1 II i.di'r tite.erraIiiri, 1'iesiilcnt of the Council.
4 n-se que' tut c-tiiunutuc: uouid r i- .*. :; tr: t ti.t ,,4.i. 1i r'tiI I ;: 11 % !.r.u % t.i-. tccititit dii t5 It. It ju-t. arid Mr. U VII I) from the committee published in one xolume": and the council made application to
:: expediency i1! ikts pi.b.ic.ttiuu, t!1:1t ;. fu ; I.Id: i i !hi-- on enrolled bills, reported !( &
: :1 -.ui'lit I. ilft-io: -ii-tn uid: : the au. [ t.i'ii ol the !. oiitd.l
t be hail em "an act to provide for the school !
t-jHiv out
su'jyci may v. oir li-iloxv ct-.f..s 4 t..( cation would! c.wf treble tiie amount of the digest' proposed
;.tte,.<, uSttU) bj, iiiii pc( ( 4 Ie of rioiJ.i. T-l.e: C'iijs-.r) |IM I I JM-; ii ic-'j'i- d I \I.< the: Cdipinnr aid! It pisialne courirl; of the territory m this territory. to be pub'ished' by this law, and it would not be'acting in gw

._'jvever, tnougut proper I to ; !.> ., crtt\t> or thiee t.l.i; .-i.- t'< ; 4.1.l Fl'uK.i I *. 'i h.i t I lli.' >iun o II! t\\I ,-ii.-t\c:
', ;c uieuMiics: t.iey prop.ibe) iu I H\.MOH to tin* Mjdjtct, \v!. c!. ;; l(;.>'.<'.o..bn Ji-j-u .II'4.tiIII fur r(-| a-i.i-y hit i.iture <.1 l tin-council cliam.M "An act"' to prescribe tlit itid bummoniug Grand and Petit | Consriess, for part r.ne to another of money a di tic rent character
.. Jurors.
: .
1. 'vu not beou fully uouced iu ta:i, c : tespundeiict'. ti.t ii.t! e'tr1IiIjU, : (- oi Tar.aha j .t ir* l lrel>y al.lllori d, Indeed '
it is believed ti.at Congress would make no approprtion
It Jrjhbven utjrc'd tiiattlie lav.'s < nationsv ttild \ i ai. twj>.-it o I.. 5 a\ 1Ii rhaim-ont of t iho T.llal.a-rce fund. "An act lo amend an act to impose a tax on Hawkers :...ul'Peillais. tithe
i-.l; j; s : for the of Bool of so a character
I i'i liO I l i !J iinsV I Itt- li.ll.uvinn; : printing a ; temporary
of n-j'fut
Appropriation tne>e lisi.vrlt-s to oi.rx'lvi-s cscliitii'i'couiir.ttee ex-
', would -- : iie f-i.p.ii.I on ll.e ct.-.if ol I tiioti-iiitorv I \vl.ojn \\ as referred t the "An act to alter the Southern! and Western line of digost proposed by thi bill, end which would be
reii.u <, tat! the iiniiii: jne.nrienl 4 it-Mi.utiu.i ol HN I Joi-e! diied-i:;: ;;It tr-cirv i into the ii 'ie-ity off .h'ckson! dpi to meit.l.ers of tIe bar, and to them, for at most, on-/
nave aJmittca oir: tig.,t to i5 tc: ( Man>s IH..I-S, tt ti near the eniiuole Agency in this two years its pubcaiir.n.! Of the necessity pcationproHsed
teselis. ;,.eic: (is afucor. Jiutwe dnot desire to n\iil nutIves j teiii'.*r;-I'.z Jeauto ic-poit An ;;ct concerning ati:.ehnients. { by the statute of the last *5(5SOfl, the councj

of .my nilvj..i.4 e t.mt: iniiy be deiived from scii con- 'i atlhry I h-i\e Ifidlht I rn.i> tirul'T rnnsdcrutinn, and hnye cndea: r.ct concerning executions.An were then well! conviuced ; it formed tl.e subject of a spec*

v sj jlt1, ; :: !r tl! we Jjar a ivlca-ce to tje| laws of nations. yotiifi to protuitjl)I the i infiniiaiion ItCSi..I I toacoirt'ct uniUrstand-! act to establish a ferry across Blr.cKwater river at or near of the and was recommended by the ]u"c

Viittel:, amontr uJer tutg.s tn; tli.s subject, says :-" Tbe lUg of the huhjctt. The committee! are satisfied fiom inloruiatiun. rcceived it: junction) with the Black water bay.An of message te! court of appeals.governor, I will not reiterate tl.e arsum1
: of from \aiiuu*. th.t th TXiisi'd ituutinii ol the inhabitants act concerniuir proceedings lielore Justices of the Peace
vart'is uses the sea near is coast lender it Mnrc-es. | > of the sir
very MISceplibeof then used factthat
to state the printed copies
of the 'IflitOlr .n>i.iiei. i such us t.ijuviifv! au ; property. People tlu-u- ;Mianduaun from \bence sore*
lutes of at !least three sessions of the council containing
s.uli) > ; amljej tScc. Tiit the aid ts I.Idl il i- |iioiod| to solicit. tiiv tliertlore hep leavelo oflcr An act respecting; tho public at St Marks.An ,
pearis, projwrty t
: .ton tItIIt the !
to \\ coasts of
the followin .. icsolution and mmmcn.l: its adojition. act to 5n.eid I our most important !laws, are very scarce throughout:
' !)CL( :ig, nm: apj roriate to itfci.tn: advnntage uiiieb it is \\ l.orea rrpief eiitationhac been macit to this House I that the and the duties of executors an act concerning administrators\vilN, letters testamentory I IAi territory, and in some pa tate not to be found at all. .

.iuidcieil i:4 i.uving taken possC ..:ui of and made of (-\0* ed situation, of the and guardians. 1 iT.cl.iM w *
; : a profit > inhabitant resident on and near the frontiers r to tl.e cOune:! the nesage of the governor
it, ir. liitfiuine i.-ianner as a Jna\ [lie domain of of hiP district of b Ihe act to provide liir the speedy bettlement! of all demands due I last documents, d
; h.e country occupied } Seinmole nation of I Indians the of Florida J council on. this subject, and, alsx), sundry
h id it: &: :iiE. If a nation ba ii.=:.rp; on iU cti.tt, that is calls loudU for the presence of an arr: ed font', at some station ronvnienl *-- JvJ.ici! I les'vcifullv recuest the consioeration. I would o

1 .*. p.rtiCJlIJy advantageous, and ol'v.inci.. u may becon.e masScr t foi the proter'.ion in rase ufl-in 'i. from the I liuian! or the Florida.. An act to anund an act lo raise a revenue for the territory- o 11 i serve, also, that arrangements have been made for the pU1' 3*

: shalJilii.it! bttpi-niiiliid to great numbers ol !iegroeftshiveR( ant) fret ) collected within their limit, bekindoned
i ) this) natural advantage hULl which cannot
ji-opriale I II The as propo-ed by the net of last session,
t '. l>) useil .is a (Ie, possesses ; injustice to
of the most valuable of And \\hcitM the tociimpanifh tl.e Acting Governor.
-and if tnete are a sutl.cu-nt iiuniU-r of fisli to fuinibh the portion our territory : I
ol United states troops stationed at Tampa lay are one EXECUTIVE OFFICE am very respectfully,
nations, of >
uriug reser\ii-tr; to itself the great advaiituge bundled and obedient st'r\ant,
twenty, or thirty mileM from thenortliein boundary of the r Tallahassee Feb. tour
u i-tc.eI.t from 11, 131. JrWanvn
1 may ti.embv c jrn.eice? Indian i<>er\e, and the communicatioi. withihem from other parts oltle I Hon. A. Bellamy JAMES D. \VESTCOTT, -
A nation may appropriate ilimg.* \viiere the free and ciwnnion : ten it'ry, is entirely through the Indian tenitorv; SIK 1 have the bill The act was reconsikrcd and lost :-Mt-ssrs Baltzefl, L0'nitl
1 u.>e of tl.em would l be prcjt.hcial Beil therefore resolved the ai.d le"gi.-ii\e! council ofth rejected entitled an act concerning the iO'-3 President aLItICtiopr
or dangerous. 1'niss by g.i tililir : election of members of tl.e : vtIII) tr ; auth Mr. ,
; 1 : a second reason why powers c.Mend their dominion over the territory ol" Florida, '1 hat the lionoiable Secntnr; of \\ ar of tin1 that 1 the Legislative Council, tor the reason Fitzp.trich, Hunt, Nuttall, Priest, RolAou, St

-ca, aLong the coast .ti fir as iey are abie to their United Matea, be and fie it* lieieb) requeued to older a coiiipany ol i regard I disqualification it contains in relation I and 11 it.
proiect Wright- against
loolllcers: of
, i : jgit.'J; U lied States troops, to be Rationed nt the miliJiiiy |lOst knoun formerly the United Stales as riLIllet:11ith the Organic The House then until to-morrow 10 ()'cloc! ,*.

4- The banks of the sea when parrii-oned, as (.'amp King or at MII e cll.tr puiut neur laws, although I cnthely wttn-c uiihll.emajorily of the Council ndjourncd P'
'. that the belong incontestibly to the nations the Semiiiole Agency.Air. in regard to the policy of ich: disqualification.Kespectfullv Mr. VAX BUREN'S REJECTION. \ ice
pohscss of
the number of puk.c country tbings.which u is apart, and these are MUTTALLfrom the select conmiiltpe to whorls had been referieii &c. sident! John C. Calhoun votcil in the negative, *

the coumiumration from the personal representatives of the laic JAMES adS

- -All be wchaveKHdoi-tlie-Mid rUi of the}; sea, near the coast, Daus Floyd. iej orted that they had. had the same under consideration The act was reconsidered and lost WESTCOTT Messrs. Ualtzell Jr. thus decided the question l before the senate

may more particularly, alid! with much and hep to be discharged from the further consideration of the same, COOIKT r, of h
of the! roads, lays, and traits, a$ *uiiuioe capable greater of reason which wan apieed to Fitzpatrick, Pope, Priest, Robiou, Sanchez, and Warren.-8 vo I- (it may be added) nullified all prospects '
0f beingoccupieJ ting for and Mr. President, and Messrs. Booth Byrd the U. A. as;
and greater nnporianco to Ue safety of the country." Mr. UYHD made the following report :- Love Nuttall Hunt, ever attaining the Presidency ,
Marten, also, snIUS treatise. on the laws of The committee to whom Man referred the communication from the and Wright 7 against it. evident from the eprcssion '

ibject, MVB :-" The wa surrounding nations, oil this President and directo.8 of the Bank of Florida soliciting u stiict examintttiou The following communication from the Actii.g Governor was ready appear abundantly d

tlKxse parts of it, xvlucli are land Lvked, such coast as, as the well roads as into the flairs of tht: littUtIOfl, also presented. of public opinion through the medium fr1CU1

: liUle! bays, gulphs &c., as those which are situated within, in':PORT EXECUTIVE OFFICE. > the press. Even Pennsylvania, the: early i iot

*'cannon shOt of the shore, (that is within Feb. llth 182. I
distance of SIR I INIr. Calhoun is declaring her disapprobatK ;
; .- tliree leagues) a re M entirely the return rejected a bill entitled an act to amend an act M
That deem it
property and they to make further eiaminatinn.
subject lo unnecessary while J
any ,
of the tohnpose a tax on Hawkers and Pedlars in this territory. of his conduct in the bitterest terms ; j
Joimninn master of ti-e coast, that he has the exclusive ing already examined fully into the state andtitanding of the Bank toth The ,

iigit! to all the produce of it, whether ordinary or occidental ir untisfaction. and a> they believe, have reported to the satifcldCtion tax imposed by this law on Hawkers and Pedlars will Van IJuren is complimented, and no doubt advance*

-H t Jar as relates to things unclaimed! by any other Jawiul of the legiilativerouurilon that subject have the effect of totally excluding them from our Territor .. their allections. For our individual selves, "* have fl0.

v prietor." pro- Thecommittee were of opinion tImt they} .in their legislative capacit)r. In those sections where the settlements are sparse, and where support ES -

-'FILe waters and fielrfries wlilcli ba veto con(i no thomselve totrhee pirticular- 1st. have the issues the country people! have to travel a considerable distance I to: determined ta whom we shall give our .
over asp
we to extend our bee kepi within the limits ol the charter ? Ud. Ii' the institution CII stores, they are of essential convenience. I necessity son' successor, U'we enter as advocate for any
: V.YJ arepccuharly embraced in the rI see no or
description rivcii by these cu1atbtiotbing but&ogztdcurreucyl d. lits iiaccuuijteU puuciu any reason cf policy for such exclusion.-might probably be to that; station.

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cd L.CC. .il, iJO.'i I lac; IS. following o. cci Is an aLriJg- |r mans nr Rarah ,roln: j and coming, ui the coantncs, tio r.nifeelit mere xcnby, tlian the Consul of the .
&j> Kclice
. wiiR cl ur xceilti Customers
Sstii, 1 tuc 01 tiie n.o&t experience j I cys unanuy :
atrocious deeds ever Pu'cknown diu ; .roiu t.h1rJrL 10 U.IHMICT 41r> irian t.ic in ousnct u..d ** .. .
m Una ufliie H-empaiiiue uirdtviaung Rood dtsposi- ..
county. L. dtate* iu (.Lose tat ubtr COUHtries, feh-U towards hun '
jmy Ito! in jiarucuiar, and has
About three weeks since a Mr ''lhc same duties aLit! outer arc ,cowitry..enrahly j :
Silvers, who re- niip.is inat paid by tot gne 1 have repeatedly heaadhim acknowledge.TLat .

TCESIMY NOItNING. MARCH 6, sided on Tar liiver, in Burke count}, JN. C. ni.'si favored nations, and il-ey suall uot be veieu by Your Excellency may long live lo enjoy theieward ;

was missed, under the following circumstances.. the tjcactianol higher uuuVv; anti in iiavehin uy sea which is inseparable from the conscientious luifii-

understand that His wife went 10 die house of ner husband's lath and oy land, ail th.. primers and uiaiaiciiona obser- menu of duly, is the sincere w Uu of your Excellency's,
1j3ES ptjRCiLE.\Ve theer and inquired for her husband eel towards me suojucisuf uihei pcwer than serve asa Most obedient,
Forbes 4 co. VS. tC V. S. was to'a saying mat he rule, and sJiall be observed luw arus u.e inercnanu And humble
s not'at home &.c. Sue ve.y sen-ant, L
bcf-re die Supreme Court about the! 10hult. that lie had been seen, tie was told in leply, and subjccu of ihu bubhi..c Pun. Iu like manner, K. J CLEAVELAND.t NECESSITY has compelled mo

towards Ins preceding da\ passing Amciican merchants vvhoshah come lo Hie .
.. < ._j\Vc have tgain had another failure ov\n house, and had not Been; since countries and j>oru ol the feublinu Porte, shah pay WARD, and unless arrangements are made immediate"

tf i:;' I' il-This is a serious inconvenience seen b. them. Hereupon tne Jamiiy set oil and the arne uulcs and uther imposts, that arc paid by ---- Iy, cither by Cash or produce for the settlement of tho

-\Vc'Sr tracked iitm (hide being at that lime a slight snow meichants ofilic most. favoieu Ir.triidl) powers, ana DIED.-At her residence in Leon Ciy. Florida, Fame, they will be placed in the hands of an officer for
nulls arejlue weekly
"he-re the on the ground) to i.oine, but no tmciv conid be the y shad nol, in any way, bt vexcu or ini'iestetl.bom Omi on the 2dofMai charter a painfui& lingering illness collection on or before April Term. I hope the abos-

( f the P. 0. Dc1ai-tivt'rt ill be .t. found to piocved from ti.e House m difectioLi.e sidc, travelling parpens shall be L11LeU. occasioned by a protracted pulmonary disorder, will be attended to. D. C. WILSON. _

flhC3US of reILelyit th& cvil-i he j '1I woods and river were seaic ed am by>the ARTICLE 11. Mr.-. JASE CART RANDOLPH, wife of Thomas E. March 6th, 1832. 293t.

;& /- J-rir-ui'ous, and crosses sevrrai streams 1)tit1IIiOUt success. In tl.e meantime neigubors Yne- The in bubhme Porte ma) establish frhahbvnders (Consuls Randolph EMJ. Marsnal oi lime Mjddle District.d .- MARIANNA, A arch lid IiJ2Tapt.
.T.r9LlI tl.e L. States mid time U.
: '.; durtng f.-ehei-A c rri j I wife had packed up tier chects and ) ; States Ami thus has terminated a life sutiering and oi C H. Wilder
removed lo may uppunullifircil>z< us to be Consuls or \ lee CoMiis ;.- ,
r- uwiriU miHJi the. disa': at res"V'n.v the house of l Christian fortitudealmost without a parallellTwen- _
1 Mime flelgLIIor.) At at me dominions iR In
lengtn, someone places in time of Lime S :- the columns of the Flori-
i nt l.'ast f)riv. mie! ; at il&c >am- time i in examining the tiie pi.ice, d coveicd human SSubh. e Porte, w here u shah ue fouiw uetu.ul MInrend ly years have elapsed since Mrs. Randolph[ perceived idian I have observed

-- tru. ..,'. lattlc Uive-r, and Fhi.t: Av.uhJ be a-1 bones, nearly consumed, inti.cusnes The Lice ah1tirs otcotiiuierce. Mlie'se Consuls or V ice. ine first approaciies! of thai disease, toe hr sc Thaddctis, again C'I.your| R.Challenge H. to run your
Ti'r niir- route from this place t.i the AltaIxtvem search with in and around t.e: nouse was now renewed. Consuls, snaii l tIe luru.-slud with lie-rats .r Finnans; Ie51 destroyer' of our race, to which hhe: has so late two mile heals for S J XD Q3.3X1XD LOME'S Henry% _' _
"** they shah ei.joy s uua.ili' etiitinciiun slianhavc ly f fallen a ictiiim. She fell the )) over t >
A x rtiun of (the bodv ; aim necessary withering touch of Tackson Turf
; ihe ROIIIWS of the stre.ur> runl.1l | parity coiiMiined at Quincy, subjeci to Lime rmes of said
I lire found hum
by buried course I It"
was dit1 : IUT
!if,it"\Icxica and 'he Atlantic. Ourdiirf" a. smut :ncc l iiom challenge na proposed, and will
::" tit: house-large I puiid.e.s) ol biood wereabodiscoveied rcMpiatton to the will of Providence. Of a run you for S eTJf) nn the 27fh day of April next
k'nor the' 1 ;
1 Ice.-
tim well!
,_ iia5Xf"U'ly fldopti''!! cMaol.s.i.e m defend
beneath ti.e floot ol! the contemplative! cast of mind, religion was to to her he forfeit n o.i yne half,) will be deposited in the
-1vn'et1 limns: thf'!: last fjvr eirs.: The benc.was noose, and m a ed Mates III the .ubhme Porn, Ion purposes ol e* m- i noeftbri! ; and 1 underalltheviCK-Mtudesoflortunc l Marianna I auk, subject to your order :

r' i ,a '*"i ,.; it is h ipftl, will j I fiiiil il ('lSIStet1t ; a deep gash made wit*, an i axe, toijetaer fie rce, and s..all iiavt hucuy lo m IIIl4y fcennars (bio-j i I manges of time and place, under bodily With the nhest respect, b
I 1 with
earance, t..e head of: Kcrs; ol any nainai or rc>i;ion, in like ir.a her as mcr sufiering
: : jllrCtS tn r.cce'de to their vv fiiies. aj( t't,mutest mc a illict ion, even in I the last bitter hour Your obedient servant,
$ o''other
the n.'id Ix-en 'ht
,cr.tl.:4 victim cn!|,| ed oil. It is said that t-Lilts triennty pii\\ .rs; aid: they slmd nn tiC JA'Es J. .
dis urbcd in their afcaiis nor sJ..ul i e her courage, her urn iiiith in heaven never deserj PITTMAN.
the i iiesgnhnis rendinir, ii or Jinnies distant tl.ey > ireaicu, mny Mireb tth 1q32.
\ :n\-Tnxt Ff'irtsary iMi 1C32. pereeived | j ted lor well knew 29 It.
i :iy contrary to ctaJiIsL.eu u.Jc', *. American nei- she that "Whom the Lord
very orange and uic11ve; odoar) ni tne : J P. S. I
T -*,'.. Fir-Tt) I1-* *: t has j.o fir m-rrdcd to my air at the im.c the bodv is ben vessels arriving at or departing hum ihe. ports ol t.oby I lovelh he ciiasteiicth and scourgeth every son will also run the sa i id hore
,. tlt t& .' at of I lit. Fiia] I: n.ins as bti i \\e understand iitip.iosed' nave I uti timnaII t.nmpire, miaIi lht u bti.mJceetl I) grI.Iter 'm- I wnom he receivvlh."-Endowed with a mind of Y. Henry against the .aidThaddetis for cIIJ

-. .. ) : Ii %% 1'.i ILt fl. I recommended f-r.yjfiii anotner iitti.r. the wile, toget.ier with I Its time oJiirers> olih iCii*>ti mhouse .unfiiic I.. ..t-lIILe. ) niasful) ::ilmc vi orwith I aidentleelinirs I ; a c ive, ci icer- over Ma'ianna: turf, subject to the rules, nt ha -
wonrin: who supjosed to Itave been an I of li.e! Port, tuan \ SM-K i f the most lavureu nation.AKTICI.E l aliccuonatc devoted turf this challenge to be accepted on or before lie lot
nf rr-intaisvioiK r Pr. WIIMAM PIM- ; a wile and mother she
aC carv, were nnnadiaieh seemed and connmtj 1If 1 \ dayiif Ap.il next. JAMES J. PITTMAN.

f <<. {bf St. \r''ifle! who is in every rrspev ij'sal- j led 1 1J 1ii. jut, in jMorgunloii: to await; tneir tiial, ai L mirations and disputes fctiwuiil arise UeL'% ecu su. 1 liasthat lett in ti.e hearts of her bereaved friends a void

( <. i'f t!, a fi' M"iit >*ou w"' s'**' howi-v* r, fr..in I I the next term of IIi .fie.ior Court. \\ e do not JI-- is Ij (the IMibl.me l or.e unu cKiznis; ol thC ,L Sl'ucIn > no oilier can evei iill. Hut she has: gone to FOR SALE. .

,.*1 c.1 n ''c < f thf S -<*n-ary <>f \\'ar, tl aCol.t. j Irani that lacy ..avc made"; iiv Ctinfession ol irmll ; j parties iial! n.:I oc heuiu, )n.jr sit-ui judgtneiu l twnuiuio a brighti-i, happier scene than this gone to receive ONE Copper Still complete, Copper Sugar Skim. ,

will 1* frn: ','J1'"! ''l';" J--rvice. I v ry I MU.1' no doi.bi of Ihe; facl i r'st is on ts.e ni.hl.r. nnnd.j .- il unie; .s the .inlericaii L>ra 'j..aii lie -: toe well canted m e ard ofvirtue and religion and Ladles, 10 pair oi" horse r11 Stones, ,
trrs: We 1:1 11. Cause* lit which U.e sum may ii'veu nve'hu'n- I long and severely tried. suitable to be fixed to gins.Tallnhnssec VwrTrw t- EMORY
i are told loat tie wife ..ad olien dtc.aied 1
rriiitt he *i l 1ii' in de: "I'ji-it, as ho v.r.* ihi toI tIn ti '
u *' / j her ln: b.uid and) piastres, htiah LH: sub.iuiled loan, biioiiiue Poite Died in Umncy on time '2d inst. of July 14th I31 47tf
> others that si.evoi..d ,
hill iinu.j a
tIl I.Lt ( flt l ) 3i"eh" 1.v pulmonary ecnmnptiflIm .
)* :rt'IIl In ( y 'V i( In, 1 l.e de.dei.. a.-cordiiij 10 .ne ia.v of and ,
1j tqauy j.is- s & C.,1. "ED.VO.NJ
:; ) FOR
: j The deceased BACON rf NEW ORLEANS.
is i lepiescnted to have been a man .ice-. Emir tieitI
j l fiioi.n.'siois mtho! w-l.-o! iribc. litA I I .I< if'i Ci.ize-iis: ol .l.e L fctates of America, q.iie-.ly (S.for. *.) The cl' i case. had ,
| rail.er; I vagiant aud intemperate nabits and 1 rmmiii liieircfinuierce l ierntly visited Floral UIE? su sti'ntal u Fa rtjljn 1
; ui .i not > charged Schr
vc t' rep i : !|PE ill iI.&' anbili'yof; th"irpr fcn.vinn cinx urcon- th.' lirn fit.-f his hc'.hh ; but tin- of Ins I
the ns ba..u tne u.otherof one or two ehidjen. : !- %.i c'u (II au) crime or oliciu, shaiiiiol be ksiedaud I j ufth-d the pror's
M-wn lii-m. Thirj irt was irr! soofu dcrrved
to tn m a tir.ic-
We forbear making further comments evf when ill y ma) navcfoiiiriiiUeu&oit.cutuiice I PETER II.
t.ie '
d : i zhc irst I. re ) iluitii lo v.arit anu in renud I cli nf-s. aSI.iiJ1.1ater,
a : I1U V. :;'m aiI it'.L i-c ariesui! mid t iu Ism.mm Lime l 1 "
pui jim hy < :ilaurniCN I s 1 .vi'hed \\ ill
.n \t-ry r.i.'e of rharwter! havi run .is a regular Packet betwceana '
1 d id iivi
( r w IhWHAT limit shall tht..r
u.v ,
they be UKd cy .unitMei orU I sincc -- ami New
; immc a" nv thi d tinrix.ris i in'cn'ed :, (('rlcans, during the
,, "lrir. tin Iillurai! :' < k and vitiuh it d.i.i.hl. ( 'Ii.su!, aiiO punisiiAd acconmii, 10 tne-ir utienev bv present sea "
) is A CJCWTI.L.MAN !f-" By a gentleman, iollov111 \ nrti.-e.s for distiivk, (! svtrth.-"t'' happily simi). Fn-ishts or P S.MI.CS may be srciircil on application i

the i.t lit UeW CfZ t> \. ;Lt ir ]ictiu Geo. A. helps., & Co. at New-Orleans, or '

[ ji t n um>iti-; ?; : nt, and) juvyii :. ana pr j.i .;.I.fai io..s I iNSuecn g nign and tow, r.4 ii k and Mibonhna-;1i laiins.. ARTICLES.Amcnrin alt ec %% ill I'ccoiu to ihediM'eM.st'Uacharacttr which even. \Vi.i. G. Burgess, Magnolia. Dec. 21, 1S30. IStllf 'S' ,

: $ I i( !y t th (S ;!,. i lion, ne..es aim |>ovinthe distinction is m tne I mrrhnits thihat trade to the dominions lhe partialiiy! of friciui&i.ij> rm: ,it faintly nrt ray.- _

1) ,,'Oif "'! ia..proMiid. !., iuc.. as to prove an | iti ttid.! Ahm'vei is open, ioval and I t li, .e ; wiu t- 01 the Sublime l orir, n.ay go and rumc in peileet- Amiable ties of in kilul till! .---il the l by rt'aiicns hi* nPrtiojiato of Pic, ht anl sir! nirfhsneiine .8TOREAGE.

\\i <'ii MI<' ''' *f'I' i i "oti tti<*n. i 4 ver i is Iuiitor.h: :e in lnineii and in HIM judgment I ii'-lV! vvitli their own ll.ij;; anu Lime} suan .iul lane a.c der u'larhirenis. but re ntmil i fen
in the .icr.iI| duties .
j-. mu.'ll i- '1)j!" ii*o tcjj'li ii ni rcrrnimtr.di ri 1 !, if! hi' ore Ki7.drt.ii iiiiM'tinn ii.s' ; ni. iavP anlwhf->f fit nil. TN addition to his ware-house the

.. tiCil. Jia: *. i.r p'dC! o iL! I UraytM. fur Jn i..ia r.Ci;. 1 fulfil' "an engagement; : : hucii a man is a gentle the vcbM'isof other nations ti flU j>t vvi r nor 10 itic sol s lies has u<' niotvc: Ins i ariiunt |attar,].mints: his- -**- siIIseriJcr has: reci r.tly erected a spacious build.
t j'iui' -SHV. Hr'i. \ -ssilsof rayahs. lime .".utnsier, Lo.isuis, anti ViceCViiMilsuf nis ronfulcr- ing 0 by 20 feet for cotton and
ma receiving
hai 1o Iizt'.i .MTV tn anil his goods.
1 1) ( 21 %% t ki .4; .t1 t h ii activcp.lficfjsof fn nt'- '- I
ih U. St't. s, N.a.i not protect, orpuiihrly .! evim.etl,
I I strictly I JjJ .t: one ih- tflefli('!n of TI.\IOTIIYM'CAItTY. 4
tf his
f tie the tmit qv-alities
v rT ( ryf re u nf'timc! Sublime i ?
rm yaks
t. Mark
; I'OWCR OF MERCHANT .-An interestin aricc- orte, and tuey aiiait I hcait aiut the hinrfnty of his professions. December 27th 1831. 19tfValuable
[- .i riij! tfjU liKivplijT.icnt. I III'TihieV \ mr tutler a Ufpaiiuic lre iii Lime uuc laiu Col. Dar .
d4pt' ote ** principles ii isis a !
is r lateu 1:1: >iemoirb n.-tiectaie mcnibrrnf the '
< nmr 'ill r <'I!'JSou.h; Carolina, TVS-iliat i is' ol nu own iliavn I and agreed lo by nuuii.il coiiacni. South Carolina; Bar, and oo-tMif-r of thFd I'tc1d Real Estate.AT .
wmcii to N. < w tne of
r- ;.dt.1)ed; in that Hati to jiv.J-.e nir'i. g'K-s power merCi.ant ARTICLE: VI. Carolinian."-During' Iii, sl.ort: al.mde! a'ul illness in thi isact. PLBi.lt: ; iiJC ioi4. 11
; *, m I tunes of di'ic.ity! ;: and dangei. Tne Vessels of \N ar of ihc shahobserve .
:118 iIV. jI- i1is ill be, iiiis. Le Kfi iothcd- destination of o.ocoiiliactmjj parties, pl he often i>xprrs- l his urati fat sense of rie kint'S' Bvirtue E of'a po\vir .f attorney from Albert
; i me C''leiiiaied Aimada towards each "
ol 1'hilij) ofti other, UeiiU11StaLiomis u1t'it.iiu'hip Ilitsal.
\\ .
i illiam
t4vfll L1ne. ynlpa r.MMuit attt niions Lc :<.ncd on a si.'k 31. Deal, executors of the ,
Spain, tvs: not( known in Ilngiand until tale in the s amid jioou iiitelh eliCL.f ticcormiii; loiitvai s, lai.srtr; by 'h"cniz.ns Ciuiricy; a'ut tl.e \vrittr fI late \uliim: >. Ilitchie. the subscriber will oCcr ai .
(Idi sroxDAM wtrnor4b1I'e, andi! 17im toM if hua ;CL asU at wiiicn t.me the ana towards merchant VISM.IS Lilt snail t.Ahlult th }his ,
CtiLliItl \ was totaiiv I- ) snappy: } t ) ntIt l, that n.n fheo'-jft rf th'irkiiunes !- public sale on tuesday the 3u day of April next. -*"?

'eure c< f.ruraiunby a psrly 'vcjic, will j o tack I. prepaieil: to icust, with annoj.e of M:cce>s, >ofornrMiabie s ime kind and rouricou inaniKr. -> wa no h'flrr a'1-! to xprtfs IIisrat'.ful f ;>lr?; iIIMIIS -
t'a2i Iti ain i; inv ALtTLCLc tL. I i heir assiduitiesvorp large anil mmodious tavern stand
.1* 'tH rrs i a ntmtary ai.d naval arihialtetiit. I unabated; a fart non Cii..rt.k -
Merchant vtss U of ihe b. JMIUCS like p r in the city of Tallahassee situated
.n manner isIu: TI. r'l.i'.ictf-rof! en th
< '
of '* vili.!
.' tC.fU11 ti>'miiKi the cunfi.Mon t t1.aI I '
I au % IV I pievalmg I I and tcc t it- a t
v csstls ClLe.i.t.st favoitd naiioiiA, shall i.avc h.>ert corner Ailami-street and public tquare, .
itr: itirtcrafl t, me.Cuant HI London coiiinu.n.rated to I toe 110 to pass the Canal ol Uu. lii.pciial Kcsidc.icc, and go a j lI! i; Known as the Pianter'b Hotel, the building fronts '

JU Li-ii'31.' WHITE.Tai. erini.ent that HE prob.ibK! had it in ms power I toprevent 'iiie m time Ul.vK rea, t.ii lautu oi iu uuliasl; a.u. I- ---- ---- I ".7 feet on Adam--street and 41) feet on the eaptiol"S 3

: > \VriC.v, E nr.Oriil'.AL.. : I ti.e invasion foi at least that year lie l m.y mnty: I, ktdemm ILII the j fUuflCd, i11.4nui.m.cLuA c.i Uii.; IL vLiV Jt'j.: A..I i ... .< i ._; i.iv_ _. v. t1 .- square, two surj-shifrh, completely vveathcrboardctlallrund

stated: that ne .iul bren in1t- iced ti.at l'hiii! : t-tl'eVis, f the C-ltonuui Empire, t-xccjiuug such as aic I L 1. n ..t.iucru...."ix f DJVI.F.oyd, la'e of L.n ucountydcrc I with a portico t-nboih L fronis, and has lately

j pei.ded! upon the Uank
proi'ion tii< fleet ; ti.at: he nad I an extensive ci u 1 1II ARTiCLE V'lli. by'he' 11 wil. andte-sfnnieiitof tliiiitTcstt'f>-, not t'-5; front r.n the capirel! square: has bten erected, the a

DEPART M E;:, i f :F f T ATE.Trt it t..e l.anK, siili.co.'nt nrdraw fiom it all its da- Merchant vef-cls 01 LIce iv.o contracting parties S bemt: satisfactory, she IMS declared h' r e'ls.-ent' timrre' and first btory of which is bricktiie second weatherboard I

cna'-l ''f Hie 1 Ratine: u i iaui t'a vliich hasm 1 vailnble f..nd> ; and thaj) {'J[ jromjt measme. heiniiTi.t I ,li,uri '>f Leon comuy :a'ti.i. The painted.al.'ove:

iII btILf jItIi < t.k'I: th : ( t nil vemt >- s..rcivil! a.d: rotjecib of war, A u.cCa, uiuia or i-ext term thereof, f ,- & nt directing l.trdovtr 10o properly bein-constncted expressly for
Isai'uT in aliiriing the objtci bolote the proprietors of iht. vessels shall be un atavcin, having a dining n.oni the whole length of a
t ti ( : en t p > llllIib to irei hihem. a-i.mmr.l IK! r .ii-cordiiig ii. th fijm f huittiic..
r < un '
j a]iicjtion w.is made bv l Inc Ki.igot i5j>am. 1 <..e1U \Iar. the new building, large ami nvenient
,.itir tiid conditi ii.v, t.i iM-eive u number t.f !' : Ghl&32. 29Lw| IJK'I fcEY ItIP.. c sitting rooms, .(
r'OH )..114i, iiid u t ary ili: to .hc S. lii i sci.ime v.as entneh, MICC.ssful. The merchanttrl ARIKLE IX. ambers, Sic. Attached! lo said house, is a Large two -

mrebi.u/id. jltifls ex.aubted/ the Dank, a.iM'.ilip was compelled ton I if any mert bant vessel oi euncr of the contract y mRUT SALE.-UiKler it deed otB sory; kitchen 39 feet by 23f r. The upper story i*

I pr.&nt. i-'iishaviiu i.-eeu muL-by: the g.vc deiay I t.ie s.nlniifof i ilie t-xj edition till t.. evear. 1(1.10 IJK' p,trtme Ii"uId be wrecked, aasis.ancc aiid proiecuon:: ..MUexicutod iiyC'\-impi"ii' ) Ilhmli.s, in fnvor a f laid off in rooms fur scrvau s, waih housi sn; kc : -

,- % luV U. b.it< ', ijiiia. t\;ri.-i IJam, Uu M'bi England ua then: in a condition to meetit i.all be art'rdrd tu those ol the crew tnai may ue sa\cu, L. At A. Ar"'isTe.iH, to I P. CJ. llarcv, the tmmtsin this house, ami a never failinc wi ;II t of water in the j an',onthe
... 'cas iktia i I and .t iid the n.erchandise ai.d e-necls. wliicli > i.ri jinal l'itj! of tilt : :: saLi tv:.. ...... ..----- rrcr.li.i! on "diTO.--M.".
i ., tt.eIA' < r ti LIE! nappiK a vert oil l..e blow t that I was inten- u may >t.bl. : !* L ji ""'*' Z i\tti 3&"vn. ;
H .. dt! ta.lt il -.. to s .\e and recover sZtnit .,... ."0 iirV; oiV 1iichsoud! besuitat'Ie nT-rmcts. ear She el.,
m ai. Ue-r fr m ix-r 1b erst i n, ded lor her destruction.-[N. Y. Jour of Corn.WHO'S t ; i- : :: :'id 1'r sjle a public outrry, lit front; ve
named >
Sc farv il bta.efo' Forn ;.i r.ft i.>, m Mr. Van I Ith >nl, neaiLSl lo the pmce oi the wrecA, to be by nun Ucuvered "f :h ciipitiil in Tall-diasec, for ready m.-n-y, nn with property is a Iir-re staHe on l ensac .la.strcet! ,

|! I-'ll.a; the a.jiuc nuntioneu :i. : czjiins on I' to the pro|>rietors.C'oMLUslON.. Sa-U'd.'y the 17hinjf.! b wren '!-e hours of 10 a. am. a tine yard for carra fs&k, \ The whole! of ihaabove -

L JhtDircuil-er !rjl I, and that ii-j o'Jur .c. -ntaiii-- j GOT THE CIIOLEUA JMoRncs?-Tne cxcili'ment and3p.m. I D. < KAiNKY, Trcs'ee, property will "e s' Id entire, and is now vnd'-r a. '

'! UIt aatMniiai jn-.ivji,.! iis wn.cii may b I a o>- wliicn nov so general tnrongijoiu tl.e The forejjoin,: ar.icies a;iitd i.pon and omcludeu, By JUiiN K. CAMPLlJLL, Att'y. lease uutil the 1st t'clob-.r IS33, and will be sold sub f

1. ) tat: levislaiu.-i of luecujuiiy \. ill! 1 uiuf.tr ie- is 'i t:- j p' li>, oec iMoned I lt\ hid fear and alarm; I)et" Cr11 the R ts.ie-l (Cliviiieery ol ia.c,; iiiutiiiamen'i 'arch5ih l--2. jc ettosadIeise.

%L 4t.UC &i ci i (ittrILr. jicrvaiie t..e nunds of even class of S41C11 1- i ti'Vt. >>iiedCoiiimisM'.r.er ot lie L. cta-ca, w..<.uigned Ai the sail e tim anil phire will be ofL'red a hcuso.
tvKEXCONTRE by tho oilier iwo C'oinmiad.o.iers To the American People and Ii>* oiiJetlVrson-ttnv t't, 'thieu! has co.isiantly Ixea
ai le: exjK-cted visit of tins dreadful scou: r ua.i be c.xfli ,
g aIItU. in ten month iVom occupied as a 3 ore, and ;s\viy coiVtncrttrbii&hie-: .
BETA KEN the date ol iiu& icuiv .- 1
THE wiND as e 'HMderatu ieed
I: h.e: iirfollo\\iri
: ;; ; t\ enf Also lot of .
; a il .
) I'EASAN Uvk, AJi1 .-\\ AT.iaoia,, Dec. j.- citm% >iac: <->, %% IOC.i i.it.; !y oecistred at a ne\vspijH-r t t11ie ) CXCZ..tllbe ol Iho jat.c.i.inii tim!>ered iiid iratem d. antt >, vvihii '.reeaulcsot'towu.
Rev. .Mr. : two powers sliaii bt. mae.e .o& tlie rtraic JiD t
< Hamilton: ; .. c1.. g. .: .i i of) l.i 'ti': oiljce m Fleet stiec: :- The Editoi had b.'iu down, -s < f ihis tieaty s.iall 1 iive lull loicuuuu be sin\.i M-- in a diicKIy ic-nleJ nc-s-h'-o-Lix d.Tcrn.s I :'

..orv pnuc.plei lutii'jai.-: .!, MIII.- >iort tinu'.since; lltiiefaniiir o t.e; printer, to [,t.% compo) >etl, a long article on otjived by time two coiilrarin.upuw t.s. } m.( atle on the ii. %' md: rrrrcct, *s 1-4 of ; ?

> ol)t in> jc-.s,.), t.rat he I .vould n< e:>nsi.'lidci ** the i c.iolera) morons !" From its cxi icimie lengi: Citvcii! I the- u.iriti.iuli ..ay ul'tiic inn..mm Z.lcutade, 'i the r11mrr :- soion-y to Ic pa.it lit Iiaimtl, the l-abn.-e in :.

tncir 1Iti.r CI in paving upl.iutiti.i"MCwaiiiOiiscs <, ilv..s liivulcd into MX pans, and given to is iLi::i- .u the j ear uf tl he ijiiri, 1 2 1.,, t,., .es' non '3 ;>- tl mrte tqual annual payments, L? : r.l an interest or .

5 a a.ii t tiiuiu, i-nfoicv intny, coii-jiosiioio {o 4% >et nj)." Just afierwanls! a w-.tii tlu sevi mh day of.1ay mi me ys..ar one tauuai U :-i' 8 pC. cent, j'r chaser giving oppiovtd icciirity. On '

jjnediat: pi\ni-ni: of: iis tii.4c:. m i:. Co.rt 4t f tmiitl reiitiein.in; \\1 lii, iaii: been lor : weeksc eiulu liunurcd! and thirty oi the chna.ian .c.ra. of pv'rform'.n l"'th tli in} >eh i f itic means L ;C ISVI? 1. si uiMijcd property's, ihc tcsras arc, 1-2 Jia
% '
many .j wirk of .
'-y. d ano in-a Cam !.:L1.!, aiJ ti! e Luliz1se! in '".e've months bearing tht
Tijc ikruievN iK-te-nninc.i to je-i.it; e'.a .* :41 l i pa>i adopt t mjri'veiN p ec union i to prevent an atin: (Mj.il. ) %iUiiA.U.utiJ i ri'Its, .01 i.. jiii ye .i su.iiolc v\i .kaicii, vti.i! the n.tt'JilI' .- sci:::" -: :? as aLrvc vrithcod, jfcuri'y-, '
''ticpof .l S
:. r. H.iuinMa's; i.iei.Ji.in-! i lo cm.wcjtcd ,I.- taek: : of tins fatal: eonijiamt ('i/ini; iiim, C.,inC 1&ei.ui rmu.&j.' U i'f pr' rtcMi'Z IP&t.! bli-iili ?s 111 i'.il I'.S bl'aiichts, t>a-j tu !boiuiiUDCJ a: 2 rI'.it :it thcrapi'ol' art -
uirotigii fiese.er.n: I l to Kie oii.ceto chat i.aif lifts i.t.CIIL.1.THFRKFORF. s irielti.nii tiinui'ii'vaai'! &! I f. el
adjnun:>g ptn>..e>, away an hour with the Now to the end that paintings, prepared iuiVite LC\Y1S KAMSBURvi,.
ft jt.rCi( i thrst tiie jt4'j.L& I1 l'I..OM' pi.U'rs *" itcader.'' He :.ad l not licen mere live minutes I be observed auU jx-ilimin U vxiih said laca.j may ;: me a.teiitioii of incs*', w !iLl are vvih.n;; by thc-i: Acntfrtiie'cecuuiN.!

.4'2SLi I u.i-lJalu...a!e 'Iwliui' ; lite ho ,oou laiii.u.i die ,/auof i It.ttL t.a e ii-eiic. u.v sklii ..is! ptr-tveTanc** in liebe S. FVj run 21! Ist J S 32. S
turn J ; v"enti'cct!
i:: |Uevenii, i ima'.t. caused im. lo : i-y 2 7 ds_
'i.t'u: lh-.j: c. A ''dui1' ei.joii. JMJI.S.I.S.ng uc us i pcciji:; iry I I. tsor d>:>: omiii.tnt.! A'cidcni! v-nifvei.-! \Il> three
)fl *' 1 ] vc vcclk aO5i forward the
tlLcI..V thiS cf--
4:1i4It.: tIUi iti1, ,; :mv"I it'I'c jrut it, loudly ie s- -fli'e, civ i i-r miuiaiy, wittiui ti.e c.iucd ; ics: j nially hi-pen, %.. IIICL; 1 d.i n-i hold n if res cii.iLlc afccunt to
; IP. ysi
: .Cifn) of t IR.i.I lit L (I.eti ci1 ( 300: i P '"'ded t..e aforesaid half a di.xei! eompo.Mtors.- amid all 4)tAer". ctti uto >i iiiaaijiianii ..nereol, or bei.with.n r for, ... aiy: *>h.i|'" wl.attver they ti.'y asoum,:. rtSUIlIT j

.liJ ) repiirtd i t4 ( ) ) plJCC. .i ** Tiied-1 V( u nave !" hiiiiek'vl: nee. Aicii!, a :,k. itL.r< l.-The plantation on which the

;: I I 'JICh (III .\ ( tLIcSdI; iiiciiuir, :inef giiIt nfl; in queM. um, mote tlead than alive with treaty., un.. t.try clause ari.cle u.eieol.in bi.u'u eoine.i vv 1 ill a dctv i:. J part i,f a arrn;; .a) I ist.ltc.-iberlately resideil, near Late Jackson, a"" S

44t.t.s IIItI '.'ith JJ 4)1) 1; e I' :i i and agitation, *' then I'm olP'-and, suital l sumony I.I'lllti % hei cot, i have! v.musd iht seal of ih'. J II. i1Pf tot hi} you.1": m i.-'cr atd inistrrts, wi.o Vk 'r u'I- j II but; iwcivc m.Us! f.cni '1'allaiiasct-.pwaid.> >

: '' au.l Jicc'iii.p.-niied ha: pi, ici s; -ei ver, -- : ing the: action i lo I lit* woul,"' hi* jumped lown the! [jL. S.J signed: l StiivC.lo theamu I he- mien U.Uo atr.Aed, a.lU uuvc I'' ui'tiinaiienou I .. l. l.'I'c i iu by: on their way to I'y.i'fu's I oi.e i.utulrtd r.cres c'f cleared land, of good quail S
1a.'e, Bal!. >tac.: Thed.tc,;(,, aloi r the i.iad '" i.li'Iit; uf Mans, and wa clear; oil the preniis- Done at Vusluu loii thti my lianu. g at( i II MJiuc other .oiind >pit: of imaginary; LIslmcre :; ;, t va px'.d dwelling houaeand convenient out houses j
: t41( I luunii uay ol January, intlic w U.Lir atiimds Ucepi fraught with .ti--n 'l'erunes
1iej';, \% CI C C4)il1)ietCl CO,v_ t. "i! In; jj. [London Pisr.: ; j car ofourL oru one luou&ana expect : made known by the subscriber in Tallahassee ;
i > e1iL liuii.lrt.d
"a Ute band S I limIt bi'cii cInI't t I.eai ihe j'hiji!: sfj.hy of ii 1 &c.
; auhieiJatc
CUli1v ziiitt! tVILi I Ip. ------ tinny two, and msiLzie independence ol the L. uMirt-. 'ihc work is DANIEL CANT. I :1 I
t.dm j pn warmly phtd, the v.fM.J is
)))11C1114)rks) ; i I:2.t: r tctd.y! ; J, ,. tl.t; IiILy suth. moulded the February.21st H32. 2ltfut
soon tn
-mtt.. Li? Ut1)urtt. pattern ghui, without a kmmltd I.
' A1 Ifl 01 t1e )tti Ii 'C* Cl., 1 hadToil; A.NDUEW JAcKu:;. Ige 'f the coniparalive strength of other parts '.1 1 hen Faic &ALK.-A lust rate Holler Cotfai Gin. ..Ap:4

': ti ''ict ti'd tc p4).ce! trc \ By tl.ePresMent, a list has now done his duly, and n>eriu> will to jrociear ply 10 11. COWDEN. .

ft a hin oz IC) tZ.C rt1'IdCn( i ELiV. LI VIFGSTO of lite tongue of siai.iicr, though !he ilaims 'tn.iryeist 1 33. 57-f_
"'It t 1
r ticveralimd.e.s I I!i I Irouaryjeoplc Secretary of State.DKPAllTMhKl r.ew foathcrsio his plume. hut the work is huiried I off J. M. Vv. DAVIDSON, rcspu-ttully ten-

: : J : P<- 1 1 Irnui: the ilnc .eo J Ui i A l K.Fy as it camt aid u.scrted perhaj s VMOII; s>iue u]>, or tIers hia! services iu the several departments of" .
Ironi ,
usijArauvcly called oi the jjwSiec tu dcuvrr a Uoii F. i v ivesC; ut. Uenl.ba ofU U- t line; end aft. This provco very ur.forlmi. On titeiricturn ..profession, to Ins frit mis and the citizens of Ga.!s- S '
Lt up| u> time (ricjii Con Ui at iiavan.. ot winch tie
t den
n the like disaster He
pnhaj.s a lollow Tlirs County.
. {*.-* : 01,f tje promises punctuality and faithfulness
pr ce -ver\er. Ti 4 ft.iiow in,; is u traiisl.iiioii, u tS 1.1 be set,., inal lime Km |
M t euLfM? afased ; earlv pamtid to the iniivtned imagination some of ihealttr every application, and his charges will le made 3'
Captain G.Lb.iis, v.-.o 2>].am, yieid'iijj tU.e cui.ciiat.oua iii'tli.t ulhtiuriittsrc of ihis life. Of this to wiih
tod U.C. A i>ccnen even circunistanebtgettingknowUd : correspond the hardness of the limes.
j pa.pfc tLe quclf, alJ |J0. pat al'p' him, and ajipouued ueuc.al IJonA.. Uica- 1 f, a portion la prepared i-t which VmIviLTe, GastTenCo. Flt"i4dt, Jar3I 1832 gltf
?./ ;iI' danger of p-.mi. .mei.t bv vio tuu V"lcrcas a tiea.y oj inmr&&: and navigation be- fore in his iad.. the ixltrtu Walks of the degraded ineih mck, wtli.iothint '

; : "k 1 the CuuZiti They ti.ea iittid ouiNM'5L ; t\\ccn L1'C United fclaits iifAiuvg ira and the 'i'o the C'oi.su. ul the U. S. shield freta 'i fu 1 slmre. But t.ii the opposite si COTTONS

: ftu's>M*, .'bci: ; uus al.sj' ryfiJMeJ.! j! otc was concluded and M tied u Con ta4itinoplc bys HAVANNA, De-c. 2-2d Ifto2. of the picture, reason and justice tviL! be never

:.aiuor,!.. Jn IMv!. wt.rc teii, ,.&sset1 ji-om ti.e rt Sp.Ctle lIt iiip. iiti irs f ''lie t\v(; %&. oi Sir: I received on :hc tin t>fi..u picociu I.K.IHII! atrom siijht of.llvvoik: d<>ne uudtr my superintcndiutcc,

ttT 1.c idv j one I J.o etfltLI1l4t8) -i .' ay, m liie yc-arof our Lurepie ctmImmrI1'! ;! atlol! .HA cXec..e-iioy tile J. _cre-la: ) e eat
; aLliI.rL.l.J: of tc x iinclif'Ujiiui eight] hundred aid thirty, and the .vueo.le feUll 5 lol LmiU >t jj.ij'i.-iicni, ci >t ar, ui* v iiicu Ito liai.omilcopy. vtithout additional charge, if the failure be i

.. 1j of iiunttir t1' tttt : ;i j ti ay; v.as d-itly ratine u, by tho IVeMULiit.on the karL yo-i the j iiito any enor in woil.manshlp ur tuiibt-r. Fluild 1
piUe: i : j i 'Ii' J. ail -d fcUU the .C.gjiiJ of i \\lost.Ex.eiii' hii i have before
Ci.Jp.cLiv 'ce u') ; s, mi day February, aumd : .aid his *.ti 'sy: !, .iid rellammint., will be done lo order, on the shorlcst noy -
\ 91h1 .. ere vi.'oiiiv: "Ji : p.ihc, wL Idik i t.eear: .four Lord v:ir.d eiu..t ImiiurtU tlip King, yt.il Mail UK ni !beai.n:; uate Like ZU ol .i" j lice unu r.tiiicKmi.st rates.

:* it' u.i1 -''H'tflll!* }te 1* ''I'r.M M"*" -I titi I'L': it'., 1 'izir'v-- ne, in pursu.ni-c of ih" as'. .ec nJ eooiihent of. iD-'JJ.: Ill 's VO'l LLC..LIC that honour a .u coIsclcI! itt; But no work will be delivered, without it is previyau Q. & Lant1rn .

1% 44;4 1'"j', ordi'ii-d! ti.t nt to the, \vnc'i"WO' '' liie S< nj.u-is; sit iiit1d i iI yHeir n-s niuii .It1i.ad1lt.y: ; : .''ay 01 tt.at nionili; and vxhuc.ts the rat.iicaliim > the< i..iiio ui the Inland ol Cubi; Lie cuiuaic ana thee iu resto inducements held
: ; : out
"- thij *;| ;1 XtJ'y, :1IU'' 1'iiie.l! I two appjoved papers, orc
-1kUd '';rut' of tI.efl. A'.MinuUaieou PuslUtiiif: the siiiel treu.y in ti: 1 urki>h lan ua-e, s.LImL \\ liir.i you ..avc been exp-jaea havi.i ..sh. In addition, the} cabinet making business wilibe THOUSAND*

_: ; I, > n.. liii1i.;
; the J i !;ce jjiortt" irhaaned at Ctafeianlinopif, t ) cve.eisiii your wishing to be skived in this line invited
( j3 to ALES
(hr, ; nL.i!, ia.; :.1tcJ at !.i4zIg: t:.:iir dav: ..fUctul, 1831, i-y Davju Purser; the Charge: | prip. rly. His .uajeaiy has) bevli'picaoid tu dcciaic: call and are assured, they will Lave no ocasion to ot Prime Cotton, square is-

fir},<, c. s-.t.h-'t I they attacked ineru uiiii ucii-I 1 d'AiTuir.-s of ihc! Uniu-d i t a t s near the Bulimic Ported iimse! satisfied wtin ij.c laieliiV and ucavity air w i.iCU complain of the terms on which service is rendeied.P. Bales will be picferred, it must be delivered in.

a 1A tlllklt. to tjc; <'FOtitid' .i hst'riS .j rn,,* l t aistiiN.diibFlTcMidi, It'is Llriiadi oftlie Portr.lor the you have for eight years, ehaptiijeu, in liie UovcntuieiH O. HAYS. good Bagging and order, or a deduction will be expected.

l2tC.4.C'Zi of Ul-lur Jc&d1iIg!! G'-ni- i rauf.ouiion <: :he Mil'An; v-lw.i convention, as ratified of that imisi tii.jKjrt mi pan ol" ills domimotid, and March 6th 1832. ) They have eAttnsive houses tor storing Cotton,,,

Ivu.Jr.S. II) ;l.ePn-Mtknt, in liie En luh version, is, v.oid forman hItS deigned:; 10 listen in your. nimuntea.ioiis! m consequence tf.Jo.: their charge is 25 cents per. Bale for ike season, and

'' I'eoph N afier their j ll.'li, US of which Lieneial Uon ...a.tUits .iral rU'huabcii Superior Court Mid. JUist. Leon if they become the purchasers of it, BO charge will be' ,
'r satiatinp tlIuirs.'C
5 e o l : vei- *i he t.I : ofj ujipoinud aj ) .ur oiictes-sor, lei v. man, on his arrival JAXiLS Aic.\LLLLLN, made. They will make advances on cotton stored "itb
ulcc:41111g: lJ.hb.
ti-KXV l,i kieing' anJ \s. ol tiie iutirt1i Lcd j 4>f this *. ritii.g w I H dra n up, is, that you will deli uup mime conanand of idle island." s : ftr' HE Defendant and all them, for shipment either to New-Orleans, 1'ew.Ycrj 1 1 S

a stahhiiij Uiein, retired tocre r t> tic-y .r diplonalic and
: U.sti: ccllPitioits: utn as muchMinrp.1 ; -, hcreloiore, ex'sed: : between ihr Suoiiinc IWleiualdurulioji bIukI(.) VTVLS.Mr. : are hereby iioutieu thai ilie above suit has been Magnolia, December 20rh! 1831. r8tfUf.

-ve been to'4'' '' as if they bad JlislTinJv" of tsxd the L. fctatesof Aiiicrica i; at Shaler Leinj: ai-s.:m when Uio above v\as re _I- insiiiuted by process of attachment returnable to i the

meri.t( ri'>us deed.Jvtrai :Iii* t.,...', in < oiu>iderttU..u of the dcs.n. fur.ntvly exr vcd, the % 1CJUiiStip 4vir. cieaveiand made ihc follow bitnenor court for Lc' n County. Just Mcceived

& ; ''-1 *!>::c'l1'' among all classes bv this ) 'tss>cd, and of rtpeat'd pr posiuotis whicii; ii. %' ilalenee I ingrcjily: ALESLIE A. THOMP.SON.Att for Pl'fT.MirchG S

*de tLe ''Ji"l j '&criua )'c. Fear and larillftlie {ybetnrcnovedby i.u power, and inc<.ii of '1 u his lixcellency Don Kranciscus Diunisio \'ives.Cajazu : hlSSi. _ 296tock PFR schooner bushels MILO of from Baltimore S and for zaih? J

coinir\- f every wan in this ihc 't iIi entertained by the Subluiw P.irie u. eslifyrieiid Jtnerul of Cuba, &.C. &c.L.MTKI w zLtPtia 3fmid CORN, I
lOt BblsS.
part fine Howard Street FLOUR .
to ihc L. Suites uf Aiuer.oaiis fccutinicntsof > SlATt.S CONSCLATE, )
XDON, De whip, we, the iinierpncd! : connnissi4'flei'i livened! with Ilavanna, Dec. 5J3. 18JI. ) f'na I 011. :- in the St. Andrews 15 do MACKEREL, i .

'"i I9.-'I'e state of Ireland] Lcre"hf high office cf Cln!<:f of ihe Chancery of fclaie of the Sir: In lhe absence of ihe Consul ol the U. S. I c Chipola Canal Company are o.en at the Countin 40 do HERRINGS, (Susquehaaa,) 4 '

;? irm5n: every day. The heal 11i( -ulilinic Porte, cxibtin-f. rcvtr, liavin- been permitted ilie honor of acknowledging the receipt of"i our Lx ccl- Room of William O. Buigtss in the City of 'l al- 50 SACKS SALT, 'j S r

Liti: ,m .( flothing-.on the contraryUply bv his very ii Uic'Impcnai majesty to negotiateand lency's communication, daud the 22d inst. lahassec, under the suptrintendanceChains.Heury of Benjamin 1000 Lbs, BACON HAMS (superior,) '
te ""'"- the conleircdwith V' hue 1 Bond William G. Any peraona wishing to purchase the corn, can haro
exasperations of p arOthibluod conclude a treaty, and Juving tjicrcu-wn congratulate your Excellency on being relieved Burgee, Thuii as
n continually more intense and dai.gero our iricnd, the honorai-lcCharle Kliind, ttttu has from the weight of cars, incident to die supreme Brown, and iurbutill. uciwn Connniszoiers. credit until the first January by giving a bon t witL se-

: 'ence vvs iiKkictural outrage and in li.e ..c to ,hu Imperial residence, funmlud1! u-.thlu I powcri command of this important portion of His Most_. Cal ill- Tallahassee, Alar.-h 6ih 1632._ turity. TIMOTHYAI'CAIITY.Ausrnstl7th83l 4

tiuI re "V>njay.-..solitary acts of atwassinaly to iteOtLLLtC, scale and an.cludr, the articles: of u lic Majesty's Lomiimiuns, ami welt as on the f. ? f.eloryardu FOS CHARLESTON, VIA KEYWEST.The 52tf L
ro1 Ca ej heeded rateiyaiid jointly with lhe other twoCum- aud alLcrmng manner your Exeellency'o bug and FRESH DRUGS &. MEDICINES:

L14c Lbat ti them among the wholesale horieT ta&ssltauers reuy, sepe, n uioeloreBiddle and DaviJ 0>rfiey, I now OUJ 5eVce uc acMmow1 dgcd by your Sovereign' Schr. DELTA, Capt. Hoyt will[ sail Just received, alarge andcomplele assortment

.1 rc'JIioii fm *** Khade'vory lb lug. Snyria, having arranged, agreed upon md con iclu.ILl. can assare your Excellency, that however may be ;ihcrcom on Sunday next-For passage only, apply of fresh drugs and medicines winch will betvholesa.'e sod ,
&ficiety L.i disturbs the elements if.bI.rtrui. ; of ihw community on losing a Chief who has 10 the Captauion hoaru, or lo !
i dirkens oc-J, l he folio" ins articles pved or retail, I tow for cash by
: the present time with the ARTICLE 1. I Jmaoelfeo-woiiuyof time important utalion hoLiitu _- josi'u: C. L JOSEPH LAtiD s-

(T-ncs of the future. Merc1p.s uf tue bubJ L'urte, wimuther iJwt IJu. 1uu ih'we a not au 312thiLIV tt: 1au'jth Maid} 5. ilagnolia, Jauuary 17th 1835 Dnrwf.4rS -


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No *6. An ttclto Ti v>ipOatc hc Trusties BeUitl Academy.
cases continue
t 1 act until their
5w.; V. He it enacted by Governor and Legislative Council the.case of the de ith successors are elected : nnd in cution, any condition, covenant or agreement to the contrary: STOP THIEF

\"( l.1 ()ftC Territory Florida, That James V,'. GiJchrist, Robert of Director resignation or abseuce from the Territory notwithstanding : But this shall not be so construed as to ex tJe Subscribe ,

,, U Oavid-on, James Wilson, Banks Mcacharnnd. Daniel t.LKrnnan :,, a ,:his place may be filled fo ,the remainder/of the empt the'said corporation, or the lands, tenements, goods and J ? negro nia PARIS,1?On
S : by a new, choice be'made
year to by the Directors. aw, about
rpin fojing chattIeR of the same from being also liable for and 'chargeable 40 ,
IIi'office be and yeas
; and their successors they; artfhereby* : Sec.' 7. Be it further enacted African by birth, but speaks
That the
D for goon
rectors with, the said excess and such of the said directors who
tI declared to be a body politic and corporate by the name andt time shall have ; may brightbayflORSE, is (ouzveaSod
power .o appoint such officers, clerks andsertft1t have been absent when the and a few white ,
t tivi" of the Trustees of Bethel Academy, f-nd as such shall be said excess was contracted or created hairs on fes; forehe

I ;. ('ranible and liable in law to sue and,b sued, plead and be im- oaths as,said to take Directors such securit shall deem" and to administer' to allow them such or who may have dissented from the resolution, or act:, has hind a foot mark: on also the, a red left roan jaw MARE, **
and four
!, I'leaded, and shall be authorised to make such bye-laws! and re- : such compensation for their necessary, to whereby the same was so contracted or created, may respect wound when a colt.

',ihtions as may be necessary for the government of said institution shall be capable of seivices as shall reasonable. and ively exonerate themselves fiom being so liable, by having their A reward of $100 will be given

; Provided, that such bye-laws are not repugnant to the exercising such powers and authorities for dissent if present, entered on the minutes of the said corpora hief and recovery of the above pi
: the well
ordering of the affairs of the corporation as shall be tion. the property and $50 for the thief
and laws of the United States, and of this Terri- who,
'" 1 constitution fixed by the laws and ordinances of the same. be one Stephen Pilcher, who '
I RULE XI. disappe.
t i:)rv and for that purpose 'nay have and use a common seal, Sec. 8. Be it further enacted That :time. He is about S feet. 10 inches
rules hzgh
t ; .po'int such officers think and following regulations ind round shouldered, is about 4
as they proper, remove the 30
::; same limitations and provisions, shall form and be the fun- The bills obligatory, and of credit, notes and other contracts light hair and blue eyes, one of y ,
: from) office for improper conduct or neglect of duty. dam B ,al articles of the constitution of said Institution. whatsoever on behalf of said jured I by a gun-shot wound. hiseyes )taab1
shall and
corporation, be binding A. N.
: That the said j
} Sec. 2. Be it further enacte/, Trustees, and JcfTerson county, February
t obligatory on the said company; Provided, that the same be sign 28th 1932
shall be and
trir capable accepting
successors, being inyestol -
: f RULE I. ed by the President, Cashier, or other duly autlorized of
: with all manner ot property, real and personal, all donations, agent
the said the26thof
corporation, and the books
and Marchnext
. 4 ; dns grants, privileges and immunities whatsoever, which may The number of votes to which the stockholders shall bo entitled and the funds of the shall papers at all times correspondence he Monticello, in the cnunty ot, wjfl
: lie-Ion to said institution or which hereafter be conveyed or in for Directors shall company subject to likely slaves, !
i." :t'. may voting be according to the number' of the inspection of the board of directors, and stockholders whencon'cned brahamj. belonging the et
transferred to them to have and to hold the same for the shares respectively shall hold in Cabell JecSised ?
: ; proper they the
proportions following \ "
: ,,. nrfnrt\inn in the .provisions of this aft. known on the day of
;. ,1 I enefit and behoof of said academy. mat is to say, lor one snare ana not more man two shares. one ----- sale.

I 41.r' Sec. 3. And he it further enacted, That when any vacancy vote ; for every two shares above two and not exceeding ten, RULE XII. February 2&h 1832.JOHN G. GAMBjj

; may happen, by death. resignation or otherwise, of any one or oue vote ; for every four' shares above ten shares, and not ex-

more of the Trustees of Bethel Academy, the survivors or re- ce d n:! thirty, one vote ; f for every six shares above thirty, and Di\idends of the profits of the corporation, or of so much D0LUhb0N00?

: nainin": Trustees shall frll the same, in such manner as shall be not vreediniiixty, one vote ; for every eight shares above sixty thereofas shall hedeemed expedient and proper, shall he declared i sting under RSHIP.-Tlie the firm of M.copartnerlip& ,

j Vmk-
', p Passed Feb. 8, 1832. above one bundled, and no? exceeding two hundred shares, ono have been in operation excepted) and the said dividends shall] >ent. Either of the undersigned arc, by

I. APPROVED Feb. 10, 1832. vote ; for every twenty shares above two hundred) one vote- from lime to time, be determined by a majority of the directors I, close the business of said concern.' aut

Andupon this principle, shall all matters and things;:; he decided, at a meeting to be held for that purpose, and shaH in no case ex MARTIN

I.; No. 74. An ACT to incorporate a Bank in the City of Tallahassee. which may come before the stockholders for their decision-Provided ceed the amount of nett profits actually acquired by the corporation Webliiille, February WILLIAMfiffi 1S3fZ. ;

that no share or shares, shall confer a right to vote, which so that the capital stock thereof sh 11 never be impaired
Be it enarted the Governor and Legislative' Council of the
:. by shall not have been holden at least three calendar months or parrels of
: I Territory of Florida, That a Bank shall be established in the Vious to the time of offering'such. vote, except in case of pre-the RULE XIII. 1 the county of Leon, V'u, :situated-1 he on Lake

1.. City of Tallahassee, in the manner, and on the conditions, liiniiro first election of Directors, as provided for in the sixth section oft west quarter of section eight, in west townshipIt.half ?

,L t,:tiuns and restrictions which; hereinafter nrovided. this act._ .: nnd_ unless it be noltlpn hv thn... n"nn ;n ..."....."..... _._ On nil notes rnnnincr- in said Dank as accommodation- __ nn-...._ 'one. north and.M--ct- .i,- ,'a ir VI_/> .1 "t
n ------- -- -------- nn Ulf:
IIu Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the said lla k is hereby appears, absolutely and bona fide-J, or in r-'UVII that of III hs nuuHUll: wife, and\; per, when any mortgage has been given to secure the payment (1uarttIOf section seventecK section seven the ; the north can q ani

iI' irul: .. a corporation: and body politic by the name and style of the for his or her own use and benefit, or as executor, administrator, t thereof it shall not be necessary to renew the mortgage, on account -quarter of the same; ; the west northest half of the t IOQtk :

,w' .. 'entral Bank of Florida," and by that name, all those who or guur.lian, or in the right and use of some copartnership, or of the renewal of the note, but the mortgage originally eighteen ; the cast half of the southeast quarter:
J4 :inll, become subscribers to the said Bank, their successors and society of which he oi she may be a member, and not in trust given, shall be valid to secure the payment of each renewednote i t the section eighteen, and the north half of the.a

Ilti ;: ;,;i igns-, shall be capable in law, to have, purchase, receive, en- f for, or to the use of any other person; any stockholder being so long as such note shall be a part of the original; debt, icres.southeast All of quarter which of land section eighteen contS

.!I'-V and retain to themselves::;, and their successors, lands;, r ntsiements -*, absent may authorise, b)) power of attorney, under *eal, provided that no new or after debt or loan, shall be included and range containing: in all lies six in hundred the above tHi.

E I t -: and hAtf>,thmpntQ.; good.chatties, and effects of other stockholder to vote for him, her or them. any I therein. acres For terms &c. apply} to and

1ie \ hat kind soever ; and the same to grant, sell, alien, and disuse RULE XIV. B. D. MASON, attorney

1 ;; of; to sue :md be ued, plead and be impleaded, answer RULE II. I in fact for James M.WiJ
.-'d answered defended in of All notes discounted by said bank, (bills Manannn. Jackson-co., W.F., Feb 23J 1933
:! :.e defend and he courts record, exchange excepted "' i
i t "'rany other pbce whatsoever ; and also to have and make a.mimon L None but a stockholder, citizen of the United States, and re- ) shall be made payable there. be,MAU HAL' SALE ,

. k <-. seal, and the same:: to break, alter and tt new at pleasure :,ident of the Territory of honda, shall be a Director; nor hall WILL sold at public auction

t : : ; and also to ordain establish, and put into execution such I a Director be entitled to any emolument, but the stockholders RULE XV. i lalla see, on highest the 28th bidder, for cash, in the city rf 1 T
t I {' -laws, otdinances and-regulations, as shall seem necessaryuid may make such compensation to the President for his extraordinary i-: The said bank shall half yearly, and before :property, to wit :-a negro man March named, Sihannia the folk

:' expedient for the government of said Corporation not being attendance at the Bank as shall appear to them reasonable. be declared by the directors thereof any dividend shall vied on as the property of David B. Macomb, tos
set f
I,1, '.ntrary to the laws of this Territory and the laws and constitu- apart from the whole amount ty an execution in favor of John C. Armisteai
i ol the nett profits of the said bank :>160, with interest ,
r "011 of the United States ; and generally to do and perform such:: RULE III."No tax for the use of the Territory and the three per centum as a Jrutus, one named Pody and cost, and, and a negro: ,

, r fls and things, which to them it shall or may appertain, to beubicct less than five Directors shall constitute a Board for the and appropriated to the use aforesaid, said sum so set apart: Katy,-a Pianno Forte, two yokes a negro of woman at'
shall oxen
be in ,
1 r nevertheless, to the rules and regulations hereinaftei transaction of business, of whom the President shall always be t tion of all taxes of the stock of said Bank considera and: ecution a wooden sugar mill, to satisfy the aforesaid awi
4 nor shall the I e and other
stock one in
'pressed. one, in of sickness of Owen
except case or absence T. E
in which
necessary I of said Bank be at time subject to :for 615,00 with interest
any and
Ses.; 3. Be it further enacted, That the capital stock of said| case his place may be supplied pro' tempore, by a Director ap that nothing herein contained shall any other taxation : Provided J. HUGHES costs., d. m.for

IJ.ink shall not exceed one million of dollars, to be divided into pointed by the Board of Directors present for that the be so construed as to T. E. RANDOLPH
of the
purpose. exempt property said Bank real ,marshal
:,'11 thousand shares of one hundred dollars cachv usual or personal, from the February: 2Slh 1332.
taxes paid on the like 6
r Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, Tint: subscriptions for con- RULE IV. property. to defray the expenses of MARSHAL'S SALE.

\ r ittuting the capital stock of said Bank, shall he opened on the I government city of Tallahassee; and provided, shall further have, that the corporation of the "O Y virtue of a writ of Fieri Fac

'. nth day of March next, at th- city ol 'i i allahassee, unucr the: That in case of the death, resignation or removal of the President or the mid Bank stock but not the power to tax said Bank, -H-'io me delivered, I shall expose to sale U

I ;' perintendanre of Benjamin! C'haire, R. K. Call, John G the Directors :-hall.appoiut one from their number to fill I sonal, which the said Bank, may tax any property, real or per. !Tallahassee highest; bidder on the capitol square in the city
.Z'.mble: t the who shall hold the may hold, in the ratio of taxation on the} 31st day of March all '
Jonathan Robinson, George Fatmtleroy, Turbutt it.I'.tton. I vacmcy. : office during the remainder ol I the like in the said against tale, claim, and interest of Davis thez
Robert Williams, Jime, MecMullin, Richard iiay-I i the term: for which his predecessor.-> elected. t that the stockholders property shall city : And provided fuither, ;sro: mal slave, by the name of Charles Floyd levied, to one i
not be taxed
in i I
.. .lTd, R- C. lllen and Henry Bond, any five ofhomhull heI I their private '>r individual I the property of said Floyd, to satisfy an eiecnti'
: :. r' iipetent: to discharge the duties of their appointment, on giv- RULE V. capacities, for and on account of their said stock. j favor of John \V. Simonfon. Sale within the I h

... i ::. iwenty days notice then-of, in one of the public newspapers: i.tf : The Directors shall have power, at any time, to call a meeting RULE XVI. I prescribed by law. A. A. FISHER

f n'ldhassee ; and the books of subscription shall be kept open of the stockholder for purposes relative to the Institution, giv- E. RANDOLPH, d.tnJr'T.
, '", the space of sixty days, imless the stock shall be sooner sub- ing at least thirty days public notice in one of the newspapes The directors shall keep fair and regular entries in book February 28th 1fl.19.. -9IItAr-

" : -oribcd for, in which even it shall; be the duty of the commis- printed at Tallahassee, and specifying in such notice the objector be provided for that purpose, of their a to MARSHAL'S SALE.

t ; '."MerB, to close the l lioii U" so ..;con as the stock has been taken; objects of such meeting ; but before any such object or ob- question when two directors shall require proceedings it, the ; and and on any WILL be sold at public auction I
: .11 ing which time it shall l.c lu ..iijl fur individual j ject:*, hr auv whatsoever shill of ayes nays
any or copar measure 'oe carried iuto effect, the the directors voting, shall be duly entered their highest bidder for cash, in the city tiT
t ;:"r hip being citizens of the lTniteu States, corporation or body concuirenee of the majority, in interest of all the stockholders! and those minutes to be at all times on demand on minutes, lahassee, on the 31st day of March, the fofloi'

p.ahc) established in the United: States, (banking institutions ex- shall be required. stockholders when, ut a general meeting, the produced shall to the he property: west ,half to wit of:the-the northeast east half of the south ..
same be
re the west Wi
,-Cted to subscribe for number of RULE .
; any not exceeding one VI. quired. )f the southeast quarter of section 24
I :ir.ir.dred, ; : Provided neveithi-less, that if the whole number of RULE XVII. range 3, north and east. The east half;of the

; t 1 hnr are not taken within the sixty days as aforesaid, the said: The Cashier of the Bank, for the time being, before he enters east section quarterof section 9, and th*. southwest quark

I '" "i sinners shall keep said hooks subscription open Ic upon the duties of his office, shal give bond with two or more The corporation shall exist and continue until the first day of.the following 8, township named 2, range 3, north and eajl

t : I en days thereaft-T, or until six thousand shares shall be sub- good securities, to the satisfaction of the Directors, in a sum not January, one thousand eight hundred and fifty ; but the proprietors -Joe, aged 18, Bryan negroes., 15, and Simon Squire,,aged 15, Itm 2Gy

i ii. '. nb a fur, if within one year; during which time it shall be less! than fifty thousand dollars, with condition for his good be- of two thirds of the capital stock> of the as the property of Joshua Groom, by virtue d

t I1: A'4.1 lor any individual, copartltf r hip, corporation or body pol IIt I- haviour and faithful: discharge of his duties ; and the President, their concurring vote, at a general meeting to company be called for may that by-xecutions 25 with one in favor of Benjamin Bye!, for P
: hereinbefore Cashier, and other officers of the Bank dissolve :! interest and costs, one in favor of Hi athmd
(except as excepted,) tosubscnbe lur allY num- shall take the following purpose, the same at any prior period ; Provided, that L Bright, for $197 13 1-2, with interest and d
i: :r or shares ; and the shares respectively subscribed for, shall oath on entering upon the duties of their respective offices notice of such meeting and of its object, be published in one of: .xnd one in favor of Buell and Klein, for the use

t ; I". aid for by instalments in gold or silver coin, or in the notesfit U I, do solemnly swear, or affirm, that 1 will to the newspapers of Tallahassee, for at least six months .Isaac 'V. Mitchell, for g25 SI, with interest

; he Bank of the United States. or its branches, in manner the utmost of my ability, well and faithfully discharge the dutiesof to the time appointed for such meeting ; and previous :ost.

: fl: f l.jA'iug : That is to say, the first instalment shall be one per: the President or Cashier, or other officer, as the case may be, the dissolution of said corporarion, effectual measures immediately shall after be T.J. HUGHES E. RANDOLPH, d. m.for manW.

ti. Lt J am on the amount of subscription, and hall be paid 'for at of the Central Bank of 'Jorida"-whach oath shall be subscribed tak.-n by the directors last appointed snd acting, for closing all February 23th 1822. 2$ .

1 f i i (' .flIC the shares are taken; the second instalment shall be and entered on e minutes. the concerns of the company, and for dividing the -

j Ce :: per centum, to be paid within three months after the books and profits, which may then remain the stockholders capital stock N TICE.-I do hereby cautio

: subscription. shall be closed ; the third instalment shall : RULE VII.r cordini; to their respective: interests.among ac- persons against trading fur two notes gii eI I
_to L" __ connth Homer Fowler, one for twenty dollars due 1st iI'l 1 01 nve per centum on each share V to be paid within- SIX January 1832. and one for twenty-five dollars,
; .. ,' i; !"\ -; after the Bank shall' have gone into operation ; and the The Directors shall have power to jssue to the subscribers, RULE XVIII. hie Istday of January: 1833. ,

; I --nice of ninety per cent, to be paid: at the discretion of the their certificates of stock, and no transfer of stock in this company As the consideration: for which siid notes1\"crep
I Hrector:, Provided that shall be considered as binding the The persons and property of the stockholders has entirely failed, I am determined not to
not more than five per cent shall he upon company, unless for the time be .. Pef,'
; '. it be entered the lug, in said bank ;ame compelled by law. IV. A.
books shall
of'the be
lled in Cashier LEW28tl
within upon
: q : any one year, commencing from the ti ie of the by personal entry pledged and boundin proportion to February 23ih, 1832.
of the
: .i jy neiit of the third instalment ; And provided further, that at the stockholder' his legal representative, or attorney, duly amount of shares held by each, in their private and individ -

:tvt sixty days public notice shall be given to the stockholders uthorised by special power for that purpose. ual capacities, for the ultimate redemption of the bills or note? 11 1TOTICE.-Wi1I be sold on sate'

: l t'f e aid instalment: shall be required. issued by; or from said bank, during the time he she day the 10th of yar-h next, at public aU"'l
t RULE hold such stock. or they 1 ',fore the door of Jas. M'Mull, on a creditnr.nths oC
may ,
.. S.<- 5. Be it further enacted, ;hat: if individual VIII.
any co- Sec.; notes with approved security, drawnwr
9. Be it 1
it-, i rship or corporation, as aforesaid, shaH fail I to pay for their The lands tenements further enacted, That it shall be the duty of: .'('nt interest frcm date, FOUR COTTON !
j,T p p.iu*. shares, at the time before mentioned by the hereditaments, which it shall be President of the Bank, annually at the GINS, of AJexand r's make. D. C.
provisions lawful for said company; to hold, shall be session of. the_ Lp'rid ti"... "r... commencement. of the L LC Tallahassee 'VILStSJ
1 : '4 f it au, such shares upon which failure may happen to ac- only such as shall be n -- -.' '''''' '''' ,",uuU\u:1, L-- maKE' t report to February: 2fh 1832. _

t 4.. .4 -hall be f forfeited, and may be again disposed' of in such convenient necessary for its immediate accommodation relation to the vernor of the Territory, shewing the condition of the Bank-Mils \ W. T TRBUTT R. BETTON 1 .

: : :u,'filer as the Directors shall order, and the which transaction of business, and such as shall have been in which report there shall be distinctly stated what .. GIDEON EMORY, In the supenorcom
; sums may bona fide mortgaged to it by of capital stock has amount of tradn: : under the! firm of { ,'f
: been paid. thereon, shall enure to the benefit of said Bank. security, or conveyed to it paid in, what bills and
in satisfaction notes of the Bank m'TTOX10n.Y .
IE S": (,. 6. Be it f further enacted, That so soon as the books pf'I of debts )previously contracted in tie course of its are in circulation, what other debts aie due by the Bank, the vs.'OHNM. .- ]I Gadsden Countj
dealings, or purchased at sales amount -
f: upon judgments which shall have of bills discounted and .
riptiou to the capital stock of said Bank shall have been outstanding, in PAUL. J
specie its
been obtained vaults
,., 1.. d, it shall be the duty of the aforesaid commi sioners, to : the said for such debts ; and in every instance in which notes of the Bank of the United States in its possession, notes, THE above suit has been com '

;=: J' public notice thereof in one of ihe company may become owners or claimants of land, tenements of other banks, debts due to it by other banks attachment, levied certaia .
d...., _..f.. ..l" '1'11..1._..___ :_ ___L' .0 newspapers_. .. printed_ in I or bcreditaml'nts., the Board. of I. .'.,.....,: .,....r..,. ..,.m..",... ....,,1 ther particulars as and.all such o- nan, Dundy, and a upon, Margaret and: ,
usually woman
II "I I illli.llliJ.tX: : III -n.v." the
) wmcn notice u1iun\J\U compose
shall des annual
; thcy :mte to sell of bank '
: of reports hild
or dispose the samein a as the JohnM. >
such or be propcrlyof the said *
ie: <:2uy upon which the second instalment said manner as they shall deem may necessary to afford to the .
upon capital tock Council '.vhich all
concerned will take
most beneficial to the use of aid i mtormation correri notice.
v. II become payable ; and said commissioners shall at the same company. actual condition of the Bank-And the Le JOHN K. CAMPBELL, Att'y.P1.

true and manner appoint a day, ut least twenty days from the gislative Council may annually appoint a committee of its February 7th 1832. 256-

vitJ 'I il :te of such notice, on which the stockholders ol'said Bank are RULE IX. members, to examine into the state of the Rank, to which own MARSHAL'S SALE. .

; : t inrs I meet, for in the Tallahassee of, for the purpose of electing nine Direc. The company shall in no case, directly or indirectly, be concerned and mittee such, if other required information, shall be exhibited such books and accounts com WILL be sold on the capitol S1'1f
purpose the as be
managing business 01 said Bank- in commerce or insurance, or in the importation ford correct may deemed calculated to af City of Tallahassee on the 31st ls1
And it shall or ex information

: moreover be the duty of said commissioners, to take portation, purchase o> sale of any goods wares and merchandise that on the matters referred to it ; Provided) 1 Acarch, the following property, to wit j-tk'
: this shall
; ti3 necessary measures for the not authorise said mlf of the south west of secticn cih CO
procuring books I whatever quarter
necessary (hills exchange committee to ask
pa- notes
and bullion or
per, plate, &c. required for the operations" of the Bank only excepted receive any information( as to the state of ship one, ranrre! two, north and east j and lot
; and at ,) except such goods wares and the account of bered! 6. of I tilt
i lie of the stockholders merchandise as shall: be individual dealer with the bank an 67, 33,and 34,on the original plan
1. i meeting it shall be lawful for them to truly transferred, conveyed or pledged to them, by of l formation thus --And provided also, that any in- >,f Tallahassee and lots one hundred and t"ent'ftf
I proceed' to the way security communicated
immediately election of the Directors by the officers f hundred and addition
in the
aforesaid for loaned of the Bank twenty two,
actually and advanced will
: money fur ,
$ ,
or due a that
S the
and request
u plurality of votes given in, shall be same shall be considered City of Tallahassee, levied on as the pr0P'l
required to n.ake an owing or growing due to the said corporation, or purchased be shall be confidential ; i G. I baIanct
election ; and the Directors then elected so considered, unless the ill II Benjamin Thornton to satisfy the -
shall be capable ol them t to secure debts so due to the said corporation, or to effect deem it that the Legislative Council bhul execution in favor of Tom Peter Chu'res. .. .
: by virtue'of such election proper
f, trmng until the first Monday in Jan- the insurance on the property that may belong to, or pledged to ved. injunction of secrecy. should be re.no. JAMES: HUGHES, D ,
tinry: next ensuing the time of such election the said for T. E. RANDOLPH, 1\1
p : shall receive company for its security ne.ther f
J from the commissioners the ; shall the said corporation Sec. 10. And be it further Feb. 2Sth 1S32.4UCTION .
: whi
them money -h may have been received take more than at the rate of one per cent interest for first clause of the enacted, That a violation of th..
by together with tenth rule
all books of the
.- Dank ; and shall take the papers, &c. belonging toaid forty-five days, when discounting paper, om red for discount. corporation, shall be considered and fundamental articles of thi
necessary measures to the made the forfeiture
put charter. of thi
iuik; into
operation, so soon as the
sum of
thirty thousand dol-)
J Ir hall have been paid in by the stockholders; and the said RULE X. Passed Feb. 31, 1832.

ft! u khnldcrs hall on the first Monday in .... ......_ ______.. .. . REJErTrr
January next as afore- TI.. 1 .....". n.AA.J- __ TloK_. 11. ,. k.t9. ...
& ur. LUWI -- -- -
uiuuruui VOl.
j--id. and
the UCUID ana
annually on same day thereafter, hold an election wim II corporation shall Ul any No. 81. An ACT passed, r'D-1J' ia32. by the requisite
for f Directors of aid Batik the time owe, whether by bond, bill, note, other to act majoruv
in city ralJahasse.-and it shall oi contract, shall mentary, and the S concerning Wills, Letters Tesu ha
LI 1 l ht' he duty of the Directors at their first not exceed three times the amount of the cdpital actually paid' Administrators 4- Guardians. SALE.-The subscriber ...
meeting uubsequent to in auctioneer for Leon CotifltI
4 (heir: eIection, to rhoone of their over above the money then actually in : c J.
one number as President, and deposited the De it enacted ice that he will attend in Tallahassee eye -< da
i ii it hould at any time happen that an election for Director Bank for safe keeping-and in case of excess, the directors, Territory of Florida by the Governor and Legislative Council of th I- nake such sales as may be desire Rcg11Iar. | ished; I
.!mld be under whose administration it shall shall That hereafter debts Miesdaysandfu'days, on which days it is |
not made upon the day when pursuant to this act, ito the same in their individual happen, be liable for last sickness of 8 deceased incurred during tbt. ales maybe fixed, if practicable. Inm0. .* ct_
'i.'ht: to have been made, the corporation shall not for that caue of debt private capacities ; and an action or for medicine by person, for nursing and attendanci olication can be made to P. UMORt, CItyther .

1 K. deemed to be cJi" ovf'd! but it ,shall be lawful on any other of may in such case be brought against them or any on equal an apothecary, be placed in the order of payment The subscriber will attend administrators

;. Jay to hold: and m; k" ai<. election of Directors in surh them, their, or any of their heirs, executors or administrators footing with pbYflicians' bills for medicine and attendance I. in the county, on reasonable notice. eel at"
manner in any court of record of ; and in cases of Goods and articles for sale will be recc"
a '. bal! have been directed by the laws and ordinances of raid jurisdict, or cither of them the United States, having competent bill, to be paid pro rata, insolvency, each, with the physician I ,tines, at the auction room next, door to Willis t

*j corporation, and be WESTCOTTJ?'
may prosecuted to judgment and exe JOHN .&
Feb. 21st 1832.or" AaCW
, APPROVED Feb. 12, 1832. t

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[Concluded from our last.] Sec. 59. Be it further} enacted That if shall shall i r
any person be inflicted by the neck in
hanging ,
Be it further enacted, That if any person shall by by some public place,
maliciously maim
45. wound or kill animal the of a- until !
See. exercise any property the culprit is dead ; and the punishment of
other keep, have, or mainoramon whipping shall
agent such
df, servant or person shall, on conviction, be sentenced 10 pay a be inflicted on the bare bark of the culprit} with
bimsa truing hou;:c, table or room, or in any" house oroccupied fine not a \\skin, or ;
exceeding one thousand dollars, or be whipped, not ex- other instrument of the like Jlfxibilitv and when the '
; ;
..Ja hy 111 ::1, procuro o.crlUlt any persons:; to Irecc cecding thirty-nine stripes, or imprisoned, not exceeding'sixmonths .I I ment of exposure on the pillory 'shall be inflicted, the( unishI :
t"t or Come together, tn [1)la I or mono y or other 'alliable at the discretion of the jury. shall be in pillory 'f; Sr .1
placed a street road other
square 01 public
an r g me, he or S11C.sb3 I on con viction, be sentenced Sec. 60. Be it further enacted, That if shall | place. exposed _..; '
five hundred dollars and be any person .... ..
tlnt"fiac: exceeding imprisoned wilfully and .
maliciously burn or set fire to, or shall wilfully and !! Sec. 75. Bc it further enacted, That the'doctrine of benefit
''IIOtC'on \ .. 11J six months, for cvcrv. such offence at the discre- maliciously! make, or assist in making any hole in the bottom or !*of clergy shall have no operation in this Territory. -"': .

11 of Jury. side of any ship or vessel, above the value of two hundred dol- 'f Sec. 76. Be it further enacted, 'J hat all tIcnces known "f

Sec. 46Be l it f further enacted That any person or persons lars, within the waters of this Territory, or who shall do any I the Common Law, the (punishment whereof is noprovi 1, ed tor to ".

uhu, may: |he found playing and betting,at any game with cards other act producing: the destruction of such /ship or vessel, he : by this act, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding five hun- .
billiards, or any other instruments, article or u(- or she shall
JJ CC, checks or ,on conviction, be punished with death : and if any dred dollars, or irnpri-oiiment, not cxeeedin months
Gde., ;IhwnC or thing! *: what'SOc.ed, or which may ,person shall wilully and maliciously burn or set fire to a ship, the discretion: of the jury. at l

v atcr he ued for the 1 purpose of betting upon, or winning or boat or other vessel, of less value than two hundred dollars, Sec. 77. Be it further enacted, That in all of I 1
other J thing I or things: article I or articles I of within of the assault c
or any any waters of this if
,J.10- mo-=e" Territory, or, any person and battery trespass, or libel, a prosecutor shall be set at the .
pn'perty[ whatsoever 1 may be indicted, and I on con- :-hall wilfully I and maliciously) make i.t in foot
vatile] (1r any [ or a making, any I of the indictment, who shall be liatle for costs failure
thereof shall be fined: in a sum not exceeding two hun- hole in the bohom, side other of! or'' upon
or boat in
I I any [part any ship, the prosecution, and in no other cases shall it be neces. '
TTtiollars: ,at the discretion of t the I Jury. And if I any owner or i vessel, or do any.other act tending to the loss or destruction of Sec.! 78. Be it further enacted. That all offences not punish>arv. a .".
of Inv house, outhuosc or o'her building, shall permit I such ship, boat or vessel shall
lice nnant I ever) person so offending on able with death,.shall be prosecuted within two next after
lieranv of aforementioned d games to be carried on orrvbitcd conviction, be fined in a sum not-exceeding five hundred dollars, the same h ill have been committee!. years ,. t

e .: ; ia said: house outhouse I or other I building, he or she 1 I or whipped not exceeding thirty nine stripes, or imprisoned not Sec. 79; Be it further enacted, That an act relating to .

'e hallnn. conviction thereof be fined in a like sum, subject to ih.e-i, less th in six, nor more than twelve months, at the di action of Crimes and Misdemeanors, passed Hth November 182, be 4 ,

constd; the jury. and the same is hereby repealed: Provided however, That all ..': i
: to extend to horse racing, shooting with guns of any de- Set. G 1. Bc it further enacted, That if any person shall offences heretofore committed against the provisions of that 1 ,

ECI Mntionivrcbtlingij,, jutnpitlr, footracing, live-playing, pitchingthc'joits wilfully drive, or entice pas- shall be prosecuted and punished, as if the same were in act full, .1 t P'&
,. or dollars I or any other peaceable an d' 'I athleticexorcise tillage or range: without leave of the owner of such cattle, such (force( and effect. ,

not herein particularly enumerated. person so driving, enticing or removing, shall be fined in a sum Sec. 80. And be it further enacted, That an act to nm.'nd i i"
Sec. 47Bo it further enacted, That all nuisances not hcre- not exceeding one hundred dollar, at the discretion of the jury : an act relating to Crimes and \demeanors 17th ..November :

tn. -.p.tioncd, which tend to annoy the community or injure the i and if such offender shall be a slave, ho or she shall, unless said 1829, be and the same is hereby repealed., passed l

bcal.h Of tae:, ,'itiz n:, in general, or to corrupt the public morals, : tine be paid, be whipped not exceeding thirty nine stripes i at the Passed Feb. 6, 1S32. I; .
fbaJl i j Lc indic"tabla and punishable by a fine not exceeding two : discretion of the Jury. 4 APPROVED Feb. 10 1832. : } ,

ndtvri dollars, at the discretion of the jury ; and any nuisance !! Sec. 62. ::,e it further enacted. That if any person: shall bee ... -'L '--1'1'I' 1

",1 rhfads to the immediate annoyance of the citizens in gfn1 'ngaged or concerned in vociferation( noise, selling spirituous .'.. 56. An ACT loincnrpor' .- ti uinjany be called the St. Andrews j.

crag;1,ores manifcstlv: injurious to I the 1 public health I and safety, or liquors, or any other art having: an immediate tendency to dis- and Chi J":'Canal Company. .: ;. !

tend? neatly: to corrupt the manners and morals of the people, two, or cause a disturbance; of a congregation of white persons, r .... i ., ij. "

mare removed and suppressed by the order of any two or more assembled for the purpose of divine worship", at a church, chapel WHEREAS, The interests of the Teiritory would be. greatly t : ,:'i.:

juMicesof the peace'of the county, founded upon the verdict of synagogue, campmeeting, or other public place, with intent promoted by opening a (communication connecting' the wat-Trf ,_ :

tttcKe house-holders of the same, who shall bo summoned, to disturo or cause a disturbance, such person shall be fined of the Appalachicola k. Chipola rivers with the Z'a...tern ann \ .. :

sworn and cn:I r:+nnelled for that purpose, which or not (xoeeding one hunured dollars, or whipped: not exceeding: of the Bay of St, Andrews : j, '. :

Reeled!; to, nnel l executed }by any sherltl'or constable of the coon thirty nine str.pes, or imprisoned not exceeding six months, at Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of the \ .

lv and an indictment shall lie for the same. the discretion of the Jury : Provided, that this section shall Territory of Florida, That :said I 'ompany) 1 i is heie!p y muda! or- .. i" ; i

'W. !F_ KC it l further enacted, '1 Int any.butcher, or other taut be contrued to prevent any person from pursuing his usual poration, by the name and style of the" tJt. ..llldl'and .tl- t-,:: \ t

convicted of knowingly selling; the flesh of any diseased avocation. except on Sunday. I pOLl Canal t ompany"," and by that nuuie, all who -hall:1 h:.-., o-c .. 1 1 ;i Iii;

animal', or other unwholesome provisions, shall he sentenced to Sec. 6.'. Be it further enacted. That I'fanv person: having subscribers and members of aid Company, theiruccesars aril ; '

a fine not t exceeding! two bundled dollars, at the discretion: the legal control of a slave, hall suffer(: him or her to goat large I as. ins, shall be capable in law, to purcha-e, receive Clljny '..d i .i"

the i'Jr.bt.c and trade as a free person, such person so ofllnding shall be t I retain, to them anJ their uccessorhinds: :: and tenement.-, ., s '. f

49. Be it further exacted, That if any baker, dislillcr, fined in a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars at the discre- chatte.s and effects, of what kind SOC\O".r; and the same togr.. 4 :

mwlnnt: or other person, shall knowingly sell bad or un whoJe- tion of the Jury. mortgage; and di. pose of, to :sue and be liable to be"-i---, ,.I.-

tonebread, or drink, or pernicious and adulterated liquors, Sec. 64. Be it further enacted, That if any person :shall to make a common seal, and at pleasure to break or alter the :'

dr; es or medicines; he shall be indicted, and on conviction, shall} give a ti< ket or lionise to a slave, who is under the control or s.me : to ordain, establish and put in execution, such bye-laws ; '
be fined in a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars, or imprisoned charge of another, without the consent of the person having and regulations as may be deemed necessary and expedient !or .. r .- '!

not exceeding twelve months, at the discretion of the such control or charge, he or she shall be fined in a sum the government ot said Corporation, not being contrary to tho l
las and con titution of the United: States of the l laws ot'the!
'! not exceeding one hundred dollars, and be imprisoned not exceeding or f t
'J1t'r.Ser.. 50. Be it further enacted, That if any physician, sur- six months: at the discretion of the jury. I'eintory., i t '::

&"on, or other pt'rson: shall wilfully! endeavor to spread the smallpox Sec. 65. Be it further enacted, That if any person! shall! ::>ec. 2. Be it fll it .er enacted, That the capital stack of aid :;:

without inns ulation, or shall ue any other inoculation, than buy, accept or receive fiom any slave, any money, grain, produce Company th.iil be two hundred thori-and dollarwith the p: ivlugcot i- 5 :

that called: vaccination, unless by special permision from the or thing ol v tine, without a ticket from the master, or ownt increasing the same to (he hundred thousand dollars, ,-
tounty courts, or the public authorities of any city or town, er, or overseer of such slave, authonsing Mich slave to dispose to be divided into shares of one hundred dollars each. Subscriptions j

\\len\ the small pox shall make it appearance he or she so offending of such thing ol value, the person so buying! accepting or roceiving I t for wiiich shall, be opened on the first of .ilarm next, in the ,

shall be fined in a spin: not exceeding three hundred clol- shall, on conviction, be fined in a sum not exceeding one f-ilowing places{ ; -at :Munanna. in the county of Jat-ks-on: : en- '. !t :

IdK,and imprisoned not exceeding three months, at the discretion :- hundred dollars, and imprisoned not exceeding three months, nt I ocr the :,upl! -rint/.ndcnce of D. W. Home, J-icoh: Rohineun l pc- ,

of the jury. the discretion of the Jury. ter 1' Gautier, jun. Isaac Fort and John ,r. Cam ;)eil; UU .oi"J"4 rf

Sec. 51. Bet further enacted, That am' person wandrrii'r Sec. GO. Be it further enacted, That: if any person at or ebbville, under me superinlendanoe of Jamesatson. J. i

orstrollinn! about able to work, or otherwise i to support himself, !before( any public sales of land, that:: may: by order ot the General Bovver, iiichard H. Long, Bennett Fernl and Terry ?. Watson; f

4Q a respectable H ay, or leading sin idle; immoral: l, or profi .ate Government, take place in thii: Territory, shall use any 1-At 1'allah.is:,eeundet the superintendancc of [;enJ'.;lobo Chairs, 'I

worse ct life, or Keeping, or exhibiting, or causing to be kept means by threats persuasion; or proposition--, to compel or in- \, G. Lurgess, Henry Bond, Thomas Brov.n, and 'J' R. b'et- .:

indeiKibitcd, ciuVr of the games or gaming tables, rommonly lute any person wishing to purchase: for. settlement, 01 who tUI1.At; Pensacola, under the superintendence of Adam Gordon I .,

called A B C orl- 0 tables, or Fare Bank, or any other gam i may have previously settled and made improvement on public C. C. Keyser, Charles Le .Bairon, Blydcn Van Benin ?r.d ;'

instable or bank, under whatever denomination, shall be arrest-: : lands, to give him directly or indirectly, airy sum of money, or John Campbell, any three of whom shall bo suuVi.'n! to discharge _

tdbj i issued ly any J'ustit c of the- peace, mayor, alderman to promise to give the same, or any species of property in lieu II the duties required of them ; at which; r'M.Co' to1 bonks 1 1 1

or inteutlaiit t.f police, and bound in sufficient security thereof, as a brioe, fee, premium or consideration for such per- of subscription :shall be kept open thirty clays: unl*>s: th,' st cki

for his i>,good behavior and Uituic ludu.-trv: for one yoar, and upon :,On not to bid for said Itttd, he shall, on conviction thereof, be i I shall be sooner subscribed tor, during- which time: any person or r < ,t
lis ; such he shall be committed fined in II i corporation, shall be at liberty to subscribe for nUll t-r of ., X
', refusing or failing to give security, a sum not exceeofcg two hundred dollars, or be imprisoned any
and indicted as a vagrant, and un conviction, shall be punished not exceeding six months, at the discretion of the Jury. i j shares: act exceeding one hundred ; and after that time, f.ir any t. "r'; '

by a tire not exceeding fihuudrcd dollars, and imprisonment Sec. 67. Be it further enacted, That a public road or established :I number, until the whole be taken. The .hares to be subscribed d ';" 'I, j'j'I

\ for a tern not exceeding twelve monthsor b). bcini, sold highway, shall be construed to he any road made by for, shall, in the respective: places:; named be as filuwsAt! : ... !

for lathe months to she highest bidder, or by hipping, not exceeding authority of an act of Congress of the United States, any law jManunna, seven hundred and fifty; At Webbville, live hundred s ?r"I

thrtJninetril'e: at the discretion of thcjuiy.Sec. of this 1 crritory, or the county courts of this Territory. I ; At Pensacola, two hundred and fifty : and at Tallahahuudred -;- ;t

: 52. Be it further enacted, That if any person shall Sec. 68. Be it l further enacted, That if.any person or perSons .oe, !five ; And at th. time of subscribing, two and 1 a ick-nr-
iwwingly sell he she shall bedeemed within this shall obstruct I half per cent shall be paid on each share subscribed for, and five -\s-
false :
by : weight o measure, or Territory, any public road, or established I "
client and- conviction thcreof shall be the per cent, within ninety day after he hooks are first! opened, and '***: to\ -
a common on highway, by fencing across: or into same, cveiy '
the balance to f K-' paid at the discretion of the President and ..
sentenced to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars, or to such person or persons, who shall build any such fence, or wilfully jlr,1'f"': ,- t S
'Imprisonment, for not mere than six:; nor less than three months, cause any other obstruction in such road or highway, or rectors : Provided, that no in-talments shall be required aJter ; : ,, \ t..."

at the discretion of the jury. any part thereof shall be liable to be indicted, and on conviction the second, unless thirty days notice thereof be given in a public '. '- ; \ "

Sec. 53.; Be it further enacted, That if any person or persons thercol:,hall be fined in a !sum not exceeding one hundred dollars print of Tallahassee, and not more than twenty-five per centum x -', : : ....",::.

than maliciously, or without authority, cut down, remover at the discretion of the Jury-and the judgment of the be required at any one tune upon the whole amount subscribedfor. : 1: -

destroy any beacon or beacons, buoy or buoys. erected by Court shall, also be, that the obstruction be removed. "1-,
.commission of I pilotage) or by other person or persons, duly Sec. 69. Be it further enacted, That if any person, on the I Sec. 3. Be it further enactedThat stork::; not paid for, ac- 1'In

authorised for that puipose, he, she or they, shall on conviction, Sabbath day, shall employ his apprentice, servant 01 slave, in la- cording to the provisions o: this act hail! he forfeited to the '- 4

be fined not exceeding one thousand dollars, or whipped, not exceeding hour or other business, except it be in the ordinary house-hold Company: and the amount which may have been paid thereon. s

thirty-nine stripes, at the discretion of the jury. 1 1;[ business '{ daily necessity, or other work of necessity or charity Sec. 4. lie it further enacted, That fir the management of '%
the bnsil.ess of mid .
Sfc. 5}. Be it further enacted, That any person who shall j I he shall forfeit and pay the sum of ten dollars for every such Company five Directors shall be / '
the stockholders; the first election be held Marianna
by to at '_ 'r
fraudulently put into any bale or bales of cotton, cask or casks, |I offence. .. '
or other packages, of sugar, rice or pork or any other articles ofpiov'Isiou I j I i Sec. 70. Be it further enacted, That no merchant 01 shopkeeper under the uuperintemlancc of .and at such time, as the persons .f. ,4IiIIk.,'J lr' ii
::> before named as the commissioners, or three of them, for .
any dirt, rubbish, or other thing, shall be deemed a I or other persons, shall keep open store, or dispose of any .: -
I Jackson of said Directors to be select .,{
county may appoint, one : .:.
w..mon cheat, and on conviction, shall be fined in a sum not a1y wares, merchandise, goods or chatties, on the Sabbath day, -
ed for President them Provided notice shall '
by : that twenty days ,_
ttcrcdinj one thousand dollars, at the discretion of the jury. or sell or barter the same, upon pain that every person so oflend-
he given of the time of holding the election fur said Directors, "
Sec. 55. He it further enacted, That any person or persons ing. shall foifeit-and pay the sum of twenty dollars, for every .
through the medium of one of the pul.Iicprints, published at. !;: '
ihoshall! ilfully and maliciously set fire to, or burn any stack such offence. 'Tallahassee. The number of votes to which stockholders shall .'.'U t:;;;'
stacks of shall conviction, Sec. 71. Be it further enacted, That wheneveT free ne- ;
cornfodder straw on
grain, or hay, any
be entitled, shJl be in the following proportion--tor one hare, ::: .,,
I fined._ nut exceeding three hundred dollars, or whipped, not ex- gro or mulatto, shall be convicted of any crime or miidemeanbr, .
and not more than two, one vote fir each share ; for every two ,i
Cce<&;Sthiity-nine stripes, at the discretion of the jury. the punishment of which shall not alt'ect life or limb, and shall i ;
shares above two, and not exceeding ten, one vote ; for every f'
.*c. 56. Be it further enacted, That if any person shall be unable to pay the tine and costs of prosecution, it shall and I .
shares above and
ten not vote
two : exceeding thirty, one ; t
:J\1Iy\ Iud maliciously set on tire, any woods, lands or marches, may be lawful l, and it i is hereby made the duty of the marshal cf shares above and vote .;.
I every six thirty, not exceeding sixty, one i.'t. .
? hlll this the district in which tho conviction shall take place to offer theservices .
Temtoryi so as thereby to occasion loss, damage or.1r.JUrJ i tor every eight shares above sixty, and not exceeding one bun 1 .
to another peison, he or she shall, on conviction, he sen- ) oi'such free negro or mulatto at public outcry, to sale ; dred, one vote ; t for every ten shares above one hundred, one \ 1

tcn/ed t to a line not exceeding two hundred! dollars, or be whipped and any person who shall take such free negro or mulatto, for \'otc-And upon this principle shall all votes be made in relation ,: \.
nr>t the the shortest period of time, paying the fine and of >e- "
t exceeding ihirt}y-tune: stripes, at the discretion;: of costs pror I to business: which may come before the stockholders. Any !
Jur 7: shall be entitled to the services of such free or mulatto '
Provided f
that it x hall person, upon givingto cution, negro stockholder authorise an to vote in all election* by. l 1
agent : ,
may ;
_DUtice who shall be held and taken for the said) petted of time, as ,
all residing within two miles of the place .
t persons [ : the ompan/, a plurality of votes shall cons itute a choice ; and .
d"ndcd to be fled, to set on fire any woods in this Territory, a slave, to all intents and purposes whatever. '' the !persons so elected shall hold their offices until heirsuccesk: h -,. .
Q0a the months of February, March and April. Sec. 72. tfe it further enacted, That if any person shall ors are appointed.Sec. ., :--, V : .. s
57. Be it further enacted, That if any person shall erect or fix on any navigable water course, any dam, bridge, 5. Be it further enacted, That the President and Directors / t LR 55.

Jp11and maliciously' sct-firc to nny fence or fences, enclo- I hedge, seine drug, or other obstruction, whereb) the navigation shall have power to appoint such officer under them as r ,' ,
Or he ; of boats drawing three feet water, or the passage of fish: may be .,
u enclosures, t>r cause or procure the samcto be done, uriy: bc"tieecdary ; and to disiiis the samo it pleasure ; to pre- ., ,'_ r .w. t
ate' e shall, ou conviction, be sentenced to a fin* not exceedingo obstructed, such )person shall be liable to indictment, and on con- scribe their duties ; audjequirc security fur-the t faithful perform- ;:! : 1
hundred thirty-nine i viction thcrcot, he fined! at the discretion oi tile jury, not exceeding :
.. dollars, or whipping, not exceeding ante thereof. ** \"''iksorto.. imprisonment, not exceeding six months, at the d.cr IS- one hundred dollars. Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That the said company shall 1 _
lion 73. Be it further enacted, That if shall fell -
of Sec.
any person
.. jury. have the right to"construct a canal f for the transportation of produce '".
See 58 tic i it further if shall un- any tree or trees, or cause tho same to be felled, into any navigable from the Cluoltt .. .. .. s.' 1/
i. enacted, That any person goods, and all other articles whatsoever, ; : :
hMfull 1 J and malicious)ly break "dO\\.D, open, cut through!, injure,' stream within this Territory. so as obstruct the navigation and Appalahicoli rivcrr, to the head of the eastern arm of the I .:
Or lldstroy, any'fencCj bridgej, river or meadow' bank, rice dam thereof, and shall not remove Jho same within twenty-lour JJay of St. Andrews, and from the said Bay to the ;said rivers ; ": ." .. ..' .. J
a i ofshall hour:r after such felling, every such person or persons shall be .. .
1 or any other dams or banks, every such person,so and may for thi* purpose have, exercise, and use free and uninterrupted :
'indiD cxcccd- liable to be indicted, and on conviction thereot, shall be fined at ..
b on conviction, sentenced: to a fine not but not exclusive! control, over any water connecting 1 ::: t
bve dwcre.-ion of the in sun not fifty dol-
jury exceeding
"h": hundred. dollars, or whipping, not exceeding thirty-nine. the any" the said river .\pp 'a"hicola with the Ch'pola' and also of .he 1 !, I
( .
,o .' Im :I:6.-onmcnt six months, at the dw- lars. I w-ltcrs. creek:, or rivers, themselves into the east : ( 't .
not exceeding discharging : ;
ire kon Sec. 74. Be itfunhcr enacted-That the punishment of death frx .. r
o.l.<.. c 3ury. Inrai of said tray and way commence said canal'at any point 01't ""; ,
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ar t' the -aid rivers .\pi'alachirola or Chipolti; which may be.deemed I order then, and in.cither of these: events, the said Corporation each and every cnsft where a penally or forfeiture shall be r! .
I nfjJec. best adapted, anti> pur Mir such tour e and direction with the shall be dissolved: unless some unavoidable cause be shown in ered and received into the Treasury, payable out of the 8a>: ,
l # same., as may be most cinduci\e to the interests of the CO! -r J ju: tification. and such commissioner shall; it he ,''eem it necessary, empt la''
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pall, in accomplishingsaid work. Sec. 18. Be it further enacted, That it shall not be lawful such other counsel, as ha may think proper. to assist in pr :-ce. 7. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty o for the said Company to ask, demand, sue for and receive any said information, and: the counsel so employed. shall beeT,
girl: t. the aid= Company, to furnish the commissioner: of the land office : sum or sums of money for toll, upon any property of'the United ; titled 0 toreceivo such: reasonable compensation for his services :
' ('.:1 p1"., 1, : with a map I oY the route of the said canal 1, within two years States, or make any charge whatever again persons in the service such commiss'ncr may think proper to allow; and the Oth q
1p)1)-1'! from the second day of March l ;31. ofaid/ government, upon public business, but the said canal I officers of said court shall, have and receive, out of the proceeds t
;=11 See. S. Be it further enacted, That the said Company be, shall be and I Ibrever remain a public highway for the use of I i such reasonable fees as are allowed them for similar services >a.
fnflla and they are hereby authorised: to enter upon, and take IlusseCog : ,- the government of the United States. j I f i I other suits in said court, to be taxed by the court ; and i iI in j
) :ion of ninety feet of land on each side of said canal ; and the :Sec.\ 19. Be it t further enacted That after the said canal ]:I I!:, cases::: of unsuccessful ( cfence in any suit prosecution, eithe r
r.; use thereofhall be, and is hereby declared to be vested in said hall l have been completed, the said Company shall give public i;! in persona, or in rem, the fees and costs of the District Attor.I .
::pffro .. Company forever. notice of the fact ; and if after that time any ves.-cl or boat or i i I i ne)', and oth-'r officers, shall b axed and collected bYJ judgment
f ; x cfF ;, :.See. 9. Be il further enacted, That to enable said Company my goods, wares anclu1P.n..hanclisp. hall be injured or damaged j I i and execution, or attachment, injiaid suit against such defei nd.,<
S ,:- -:: to effect said work it shall be lawful for the President andth..j b)' reason of any, imperfection in said: canal, or by reason of the ,! ant or re.-pondcnt, in addition to the penalty or forfeiture recov..
s! "'.c 1'irectors of said Company, at such time as they may l'tcrmillra. negligence of any of the officers of siiid: i canal, the Company I cred ; but no marshal or deputy marshal l shall be all Aj more)
f; ('Jf upon! to open, or cause to be opened, books: for the l purpose ofreceiving f hall be liable to pay all damages sustained by said boat or ves- I than one dollar 1 1F per day, (for the care of any vessel vvBMfo hI
: lit 4 subscriptions to increase: the capital stock of said sel. I custody. 't*.?
tH.I 1, J' Comp-iny: if the same should be necessary.Sec. Sec. 20. He it further enacted, That if any person shall I Sec.:' 8. Be it further enacted], That offences against tbfs act,
J lrirlee 10. Bo the do be done to said canal or individuals, and punished bv fine, are declared
,, I it further enacted That in accomplishing wilfully or cause to any injure any I liv misdemeanor,
1 : ; oqjeet I : for. \\hirh said Company is incorporated, : it shall be Iavn !f". )f the works nppendant or attached thereto or shall in any isc andhall) IMS pro-e "h'd" 1Ihctmcnt., in any of the Superior
S ...' i'.jr said ompanv, by the President and I i'o, r oMmet! or impede the navigation of the same, such person so l Courts of this Territory, for the Ih-trl.ct.: herein said offence
t inaj: tear!: properly' authorised agent, to cuter upon and take posst s- ,(Tendinghall be liable\ to be indicted and on conviction thereofo was commuted, and on which) the commissioner prosecuting fie
I moTerr' :, l ,' sion of any lard! whatsoever; wheth r covered with water o be punched tine and imprisonment and in all such prose- !i same, shall be endorsed a, !prosecutor, and no indictment:shall!t tt
'9 ., .- not, which may be necessary to !the proseci.tion and con, )tetit.:. -itions; any officer or stockholder shall be deemed a competent : t tie discontinued by any District; Attorney or Commissioner.j \tith-
]HH' .' of t the works contemplated iu this) act, or wl1<'rellpon it may i i. .;ilness.Sec.: I out application! in willing, and leave granted by the governor-, II |
i i, nice.'. ary to open any canal, or to construct any dam e.mbauk 21. Be it further enacted, That this act shall: be. liberty I And prosecutions against all vessels: :: boats, srna k<, oroihcj
i inentjlock! or other fixtures, intended or implied t ity this act construed for the benefit of r-aul Company: and tor the pur- :' craft, or their cargoes: for violations of the law, shall be com.
-,' Provided. that no l lands owned bv' piivate individuals, shall betaken ,use of carrying into effect the jects thereof. menced by )petition, in the nature of an information or libel t to
So oj, Cur said purpose without adequate compensation I the Judge: of the upcriur Court aforesaid, which shall set forth
: Sec. ll. He it further enacted That it :o.halllJe: lawful! fill Passed Feb. 3, 1b32. generally: the cause ot the forfeiture of said property whichMiaU
x B< T. the l President and Directors of atd Company I or their I proper I It ) APPROVED Feb. 10, 1832. be signed by the I District Attorney, or his deputy, filing the same
; authorised I ::; agent to take from any land 1)lutcenyCnicntto then) .-......:- I and to the truth whereof: t the commissioner. prosecuting. shanI
City! ..NO. 57. An ACT fur the lrotC".o"; of tile FiMiTie: on the Coasts of make oath his belief and file the
taii'Ii works, at all tunes, such timber! stone earth and other materiali's thcrt-from. I according to same with the
: may be necessary for the construction of; and I keeping in repair 1'lm-iila.nnd to ra.se: a revenue i i clerk of said court, and thereupon said clerk shall 1 issue a rltit

.' 'SIc. : said works and improvements : Provided, that nothing br- Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of the I I in the nature of an attachment, similar to the writ issued upon
"" ".,...en.;1\; 1'..... :.!. to :niivalc individual! shall l be taken J without aticquatt 'crritory of Flor) da, That from and after the first day of May I|libel I filed in admirality) and a monition notice to all concerned
.'foall I compensation. 'test, it shall not be law ml t for any vessel, boat, :smack: or other I in said property, to appear before said Court, within tlentydave
a:s rigs Sec. !'>. Be it further enacted: That whenever it !shall become rait, to be employed! in catching taking any fish or turtle or and an.-wer said petition, which attachment shall be served
tl'; -, .iI},1"\at necessary for the said company to take possession of, ant; f for any person or persons, to catch or take any fish: or turtle, on I the marshal or his deputy by taking said property into his possession -
"' .,:11m, 1I.elilY' I land, timber, stone! or other materials 1 oivncdby private: .lie coast or in any of the seas, bays, rivers, creeks: or harbois, {t and giving due notice forthwith of said monition,by put.
.whatund individuals! I for the I route and site of( t the said I work I er for t the t ',I r adjacent to all}' uf the Islands or I Keys of, this Territory, with \j tins copies thereof against the masts of said vessel, and in rive
..,.,...,...e f'on-trnctH.n and 11 keeping in repair t the} same, or any part thereof; intent to carrv the mule out of this 1 err. o ., without first public places in his district; and] if no person; shall appear \vithfa
.'....:.c) ..' aiv.l I the I patties: (1 It) not agree upon the I value I of the I scoop, it slril'I having o'.taincd! 1 a license, in the nvinncr hemn..ftcr directed i twenty days and file hi- defence and claim, in writing, with tta}
tf :111' and may be 1 iwful for the President and Directors of the slId and if any person; or persons: shill so catch or take any ti;h or I said clerk the said petition shall he taken as confessed, and the
4'tp111111. Company, or their properly I authorised 1 gent, to apply I to t the.judiio I turtle as aforesaid, without sudllicl'lI-c. or shall cat\ry or atlem.t, I said clerk hall, within three days thereafter, enter a judgment
1o'Hrc ., of I: I the county t court, of t the county I: in whichueii} ) ]lauds) to carry, or sell or dispose of anysiirh! ti.-h or turtle lor thc purpose decree of condemnation on the same, against the property
r 1 iij.ilicr, stone) or other materials lie !for a writ of ad ijuod dam'lilli, of being carried out of tlw Territory, or snail: receive into mentioned therein, and if said property is unsold; shall i issua
.1.: i'I.I ( ljr,:ctcd I lo t the) !shc'iilf I ; marshal I J, or other} officer of I said 1 county: his or her possession, or on bna.d his or her vessel, with intent I I process of execution, therein directing said marshal or deputy,
",>:)t' niope.ily 1 qualified], to summon five disinterested: I pel.sons' of )aw- I lo carry the samo out of thi; Territory, any fish or turtle >o to make sale thereof within live days! thereafter, at public auction
'':m C : iIi age:! jind housekeeper.- mnet: and value the :--aiciproperty.1 ranght'or taken, without such: license every person so offendinghall I and pay thepjoceeds of said:: sale into court, on the first day,
t'lSJ on oilh: to be administered] \ to thr-m by the judge, :sheriff; mar- i I ; be liable to a fine of one thousand dollars, to the u.-c! of the the next term thereafter, to be distributed. and paid according to .
'.wluc,. C' :what: or olher officer, muimnning the same, whose) duly it shah I:I.i erritory:, for each and every)' s.ich offence} on conviction hereofIII law, under the direction of the court ; and if acv person shall,
,....,.pl" .. be} to attend l said iuq'iest\ ) in person; and I receive I their} report and ; an)' of the Snp-rior: Courts of this '1 erritory ; and the sail Ippear and make defence to said petition, and: } file his or their
.)C 1 ;da! so: receive from t the I President I and I i.'irectors I t = of saiil I Comp.mv.', :. vessel, boat smack/ ; or other craft, her ladle, apparel and furniture answer thereto, and claim to the property libelled, within said ]
n.).111 I i <'; their I 1: anenf, tho: Mini or sums of money adjudged: J I I by .said I re- and cargo, shall he f forfeited to the '1'r iory : Provided, twenty daythe said District Attorney shall, within five daji
...n ll 1 j t''. t. arid to.I p-iv" over, the same to the person or persons; aiii thor- I that lIutllll1"r, in this act costa fined, sh (.l b-.- so co tined as to prevent thereafter, tile his replication thereto, and: the said cause shall
r'. ....JCt 1' ed lo recriw, and I to take I an ncq-iitlal 1 for the same ; and J until t le ca;(:hm g oi s. or urtle m ti.e waters .,this i ernlory, land continued till the first day of the next term of said court
flit ut .. ) pal HWllt i I is made J t.:) the marslr.il: ) ), blurili'I ,I; or other:I officer/ aibresaid /()f u.se and consumjiiio.i: : th rein or in any of use Lint d States.Sec. ;. I hen the same shall he tried, unless postponed by order of ha
nth I I, of tiuin! awarded I it :shall)I: )I not I be: I lawful for the I said: 2. l Be it fmtlier: enae-id,- That the Governor of this I 1 curt and for the trial of any i issues of tact in said: cause, the
.')CI 4 Company I to take I possc-.s.ion: of, or use such I timber I I laud I, st puts TerritoryhlIl: appoint at uch plat es, as may bo nece. -ary, one s.nd court shall direct a jury to be called and sworn without
.t cualnl l' or other! materials ; and all the expenses; incurred In the execution or more commis tuners lor the protection 01! the ii. henes of J \\lit. to try said i issue' ind render verdict thereon under the cirec; c:*.
SVtt IJ of the I writ of ;.'.... .J : but the appraisers: shill\ not active more than one dollar I and issue licenses granted by the Governor, and to direct proaecutions I the commissioner directing such suit, or any other person interested
,t' O! .;:vh (per d.iy: while CI'J: :IM'd inuch t I duty. : in the name and on behalf ol the territory, f for offences I to apply to said court ex parte, after the filing of said peti
:i.t' Sec. I in.: He it litre li" r enacted, That all property so assessed against this act, as is hrreinatter directed, and to receive the I tion for an order fur the sale of such: property r.nd on readouthie
"fj.11.. A mid paid: t Ibr by the President and Director- said t our tan)', J n7tt amount of finis, penaltk-s= and lorfeitures recovered for the cause being assigned, the said court may direct the same tI
3fr tin"cribc made by and donationmade! to them, :shall forever hereinafter allowed ; -.uch cOlilluio .-lanerti to remain in I ..,ay designate, the proceeds to be paid into court to, abide tbd
a ";::'i p.j ifter ticking to and 'iecoe. lh,; 1 property I of the ;;ai'J Company 1 : offn-e for one year, subject nevcrthelt;, to be removed by the t : re of the Court and it shall also be lawful for any ouster,
) ; .acing th sir successors: am! asi: us in t f.; e impic.i Governor; and ?h'ill also give bond in the :sum: of ten thousand ?>ro ;i'-r,. after answer and: claim filed by them to said petition
See. )11. He.it fill th" be by the noveruor to I Mi ving bond for double the amount of the
1p: ., '! enacted That the President and Di- dollars; \\ security: to approved payable : oi-! valne.ottb: ;
re .turs of said conditioned lor the faithful; performance of thu siiid to estimated said marshal and
i> ilitic : Company Irill be acttdrscd to agree. upon such I the Tenitorv", & : property by two resptfr,
;'l.ted'; rates: of loll, lor lIe ue of such In\j: : ;at-n, as: they may deem 1 duties of hi.;" office and which shall be filed in the office of the 1 tame citizens, called by him to his aid with :good: security,ap-r:
iuindrel.nr. I Jo reasonable' ; arId! so soon a- said: ) canal shall! have becoin. suita- Secretary of the Territory, and prosecuted' when necessary, by proved( of by said marshal), which bond shall he payable to; the.
..<. r a 1)1" for 11ayigalion,11111 said Chllm'llhallilc. : e- tilled to dern.uid order of the GO\.wor. Territory, and conditioned for the payment of the value of:saidj;
s ,., N A :1 1d receive tolls upon all produce, :goods- merchandise, or other Sp.c..J. He it further enacted That the Governor shall be property so estimated aforesaid, and ,all costs and charge?to-j
r 1 cn :nti Ico: ; and upon all vessels: boat-, or other craft, whit h may I authorised 101 license; any vessel, boat, sinactc," or craft, to be employed'ii the marshal, for the use of th''I'erritorin case: said property
t. lib aIi b:' transported upon fir pass down or liP; the said canals of said; said fisheries., upon the upplicatian: of the master or or any part thereof should be condemned by said court as.(ocfeitcd .
44 .1ft (;IJil.ptlIlY; ; and the said: Company' : mav, from time: :o time, as cir- j owner thereof; and upon the .';net owner or ma-ster entering: into on the day judgment of coiuJeir.nition' i3 entered, then;; '
: : {ext cunjstaiicemay: rcr oily' charge and alt' r tlw.) rates of toll uiid : bond to the Tcrntoiy before: o e of the, -comini sinners afore- the marshal may release said vessel to said obligor. ; and Ott fit/1 I
' 'i ijr: or Jbes : |tarnIdlt c, tht no alteration, which may increase the rates I i C';i.l. with sccuutie.-: be .a 'p.oved of |DIY said I commissioner, m ing said bond with the said clerk, and on failure to com 1PpFit 1
I I." .,atd' of! toll, slcili: have: Hied: until ihrep.! months previous notice thereof !! the sum of two thou-and dollars, conditioned that r.o person: on the condition!; thereof, said cl rk shall, under the order ofl t1Je..
hell of shall hivo been :.:.iven by advert.sement, in one of the public !t boant >aui vssel dining; the (continuance of said licunso, shall :ourt, issue: his execution, reciting the facts aforesaid, toleiy
f 1'j.viui? nett: ..-phlcis': : I ; pm.t'-.l at TaHalias-ee!: : {IO ii'tee months successive: : i violate, or/ neglect to fulfil any ol the provisions ol this act, which :said; amount and costs against said obligors as in ordinarycasef J
L< Ulllj c* ly ; null the said ( join p ny shall:) continue to receive and collect i t hood shall be forthwith uKd I by aid commis.-ioiKT, in the clerk's of debt. '* r.
f ..linef juch tolls and fees :IS they may: fiomtmicto lime establish, so i' office of the Superior: '. oust/ for the distuct in which the same is Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, That the commissionerstheir ..tj
' t I jj per long as; :said navigutiyn shall; he kept sufficient order fur the given, and which license: ui.lcr-s; sum ndered or tot felted as here- respective agents- hall, in all cases, bo good witnessei i ;'"1i j jany
't;I i+I f subs transportation I in boats as aforc.-aid I ; and all produce, u: ods S, master specified 1 hall remain in fore.; t for one } car from till tune suits and prosecutions, information--. libels or indirtmentr*
I # >.s: t of .. merchandise !boats, and other articles or thing... which may be of i issuing: : the same, ml no longer; ami the Governor shall ibr under this act, and that the testimony of witnesses in proseni-
:.mth; tran'.portfj l or conveyed: upon! said c'iuml.hall be liable for the this) i)11rIcpse! sign and place with each of the commissioners, and tions in rem, may be taken rira race in court, on the ir al!, or UJK 1
I 'I"mf' lulls and) fees for which} they are re.-pectively 1 chargeable. I take his receipt therefor, and tar which said commissioners; ; shall on notice, by deposition under the order ol the court, vvhenet*;'.
TisrcfW: :-c'<'. 15. lie it further enacted, That ill case of refusal or account as many blank licenses as he may deem necessary, tube er reasonable cause is shewn therefor, and where any witnesses
:.lIP'"' neglect: to pay' tlm toll, at the time offering to pass through said I filled up and issued: by said commissioner as aforesaid.Sec. reside ont of the Territory, by commission as in civil suits.
1);): ; canal), and previous' to passing through the sanv, the collector of 4. Be it further enacted, iliat the licenses issued by Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, That any party, defendantor :
of tolls may lawfully refuse passage ; and if any boat or other vessel I virtue of this act, shall contain a particular description of the? claimant, in a prosecution in ran by virtue of this act, shad
should I pass without }paying the toll, then the collector: or I vessel licensed: and a speciucation of the names of the owner, be entitled to appeal to the court of Appeals, from the final judgment
-.S. other officer, may pursue and seize such vessel wherever found, i! master and company I II of said vessel, and their residence; and of said Superior court, at i* iy time within six months aftef! ;
t !*' ,- .. at any time within two days, and sell the same at public auction, I whether citizens of the United Mates: or otherwise ; and on transfer he rendition;] of the Judgment of the con: t below, on entering: .
i for ready money, which, so far: as is necessary, hall be applieutowards ) by any of the owners ot said vessel, or of ally portion thereof, .in bond with security, to be approved by any Judge of he :
-: '" paying said toll, and all expenses of seizure and sale, or on change of the master: or any of the company: thereof the ourt of Appeals{ conditioned to pay all additional costs which
fa and) the balance, if any, shall' he paid to the owner ; and: the cap- same shall be forthwith reported to a couumissioner: before said may accrue in said c.ourt of Appeals, should the decree of the
L u -' ; tiu: owner or ma.tier: of any )boat or vessel l or flat, passing; or vessel is ajiam; employed in said fisheries, and a certificate of the Court below be affirmed.
:. '- attempting! to pass, through sai-J canal: and likewise the boat I I' -allw.; endorsed thereon and signed by him, and 0:1: tailure thereof
S ''',- \ 'ssC'1 or flat itself shall license shall bo forfeited and void, and said vessel > Sec. Be
; severally be liable to the t payment of any I said ancthe 11. it further enacted, That if any commissioner
"q ,. ,,, >, penalty, and likewise: to all damages which: may accrue in eon- pcr.-ons on hoaid thereof, liable to all the 1 penalties and forleitures -' ()fir other person, be prosecuted fur any: thing ;done under this
.1).1v. -, \'. ..... _. sequence: of the violations of any of the I provisions of this act I by this act created. act, he may plead the general i issue, and give this act: in evidence
Zi- ,, : or any of the rules and regulations of the President and Directors Sec.: 5. lie it further enacted, That said commissioners_ may in bar of said action-Provided, said commissioner; or ot t.ec;",
a1Jt -- duly made and published, regulating the) said canal, t the: exact fiom l'crJ'l>sc1, not wholly and cntiref'" caned and na- person, has reasonable or probable cause to suspect a riolaaoa
i :1. O'1 ix ." navigation through, or the collection of tolls thereon : Provided, t! -iuatcd, l hy citizen; ot the United stales, and the persons: on board of this act, and no suit, or prosecution, or indictment han'lIe
311 that nothing: herein: contained, shall be so construed as to allow of which, employed{ m lit lUg or curing lish, or taking urlle, Discontinued by reason of the death, resignation or r- many loCI ,
1 U'll th'j said Company to exact any toll on any boat or produce :lo(1 Ihallnor all be citizenof: the United Mates, or HI' ibis i'er i- commissioner, hut the same !*hall be prosecuted to fi l:..
:te. in;; down from, or coming up to any (part or point of cither the l tory, the sum of 1 live hundred dollar annually, privilege money, I judgment, I by the District Attorney, under the direction! of hi3
1 am ; sail l rivers, said bay, to where they at present: allbrd; safe lIa- for such license, to he pailS to I the commissioner;: issuing the successor.
t t to r r, Ration; {for boats drawing eighteen inches of water. 1 S.'UIIC.' before the same; i granted i : Provided however that any Sec. 12. Be it further enacted, That if the master, or peron .
I And! Sec. 1 G.. ilk it further enacted, That after the expiration license may be surrendered dining the continuance thereof, upon having charge of any vessel f found in the waters of Flon*
liter n ; r>c two years from the time that said Company shall: begin t to receive payment oi'all artearges up to the date of he surrender. la, hi-vmg fish! or turtle on board! ;;Iaid
prr, tolls for the use of the said navigation, it shall be tho duly fcee. G. lie it turther enacted, chat a commissioner shall he waters, and shall not produce to the commissioner or &
j the t oi' the President and l/irectors of said;, company, so to regulate I entitled to the following: lees and emoluments, tU-Wlt-Tcll dollars argent, demanding the same, license in force, according the
{,. : pMCItnd t I th> rate of toll, as that, after defraying the costs of repairs, supenntendanee 1 for every lorlgu'C! sct, and one dollar for every American provisions of this act, :such vessel and every person on boa + .
,; ; I'1 1 :: and other expenses !incurred by said Company, vessel, for taking bond and. issuing license therefor ; and out. thereof shall be deemed primajacie, to have violated the set. .
: : dCl.. \1 lm i! uett dividends or profits thereof shall not average more than dollar for every separate endorsement on the license of any foreign nil provisions of this act, and shall be liable to seizurefor. .,th1 '.
! :,('f i thirty-three and a third {per centum }per annum upon the amount vessel, and ten cents for such endorsement; on the license 01 .J.j:;",.;.
ii Ira 3 i actually xpended in the execution of said work. an American vessel; and ten per cent on the nett amount sai,.. Sec. 13. Be it further enacted, That the commission ,.
. I l froinl": \ > ... Sec. 17. Ho it timber enacted That it shall be the duty of into the Treasury, of all privilege money collected by him, an, ippoiuted by virtue of this act. may depute one or more ag
: the said Company to commence their works for the construction on the nett amount received into the i reasiiry, of ail lines, penalties ender their hands, and: it shill be lawful for such commissioners,
: :,;1 01'! the said canal, within the time fixed by the act of Congress: and forfeitures, after paymci t of costs and charges, prosi- II' their agents, to enter on board any vessel suspected of &**%
, I; 1x approved :!d Match 1S.il authorising tho Territory of Horida, culed and recovered by him : l'iovi..ed, that in proper case, tin table to forfeiture, and seize the same and take it within theeach
: F t. t t o,en a canal through the }public lands between Chipola' river court shall decide on molio the a d' unt of said ten per ecu of the process of the court, and: detain the same until pro-
:! H St. shall be equitably) di ided m twc m a to, titer com: isluner obstructorolet r
:... ; an.i Andrews Bay in West 1-lorida, and shall complete the o hi "ss can be sened thereon; and if any Person shall
j-'n:tl. mme within tho time tined by said act ; and if the said work shall legal representative, UIKI i Uiccssor.Sec. ;: : or hinder such commissioner, or agentor pcrson called
ibrE ; ; not have been commenced within the tune aforesaid, or having: ) 7. Be it fit: diet c tcd..1 hat the Distru t] itt rx.of t their aid, III the execution of their duty, theyshall gudtl.oC
t h;' 'J iK'en: commenced, shall not he completed within the time aforesaid this) Territory, shah:; u.duu ali prosecutions insmiunl b. misdemeanor: and be liable to a tine, not exceeding one tnoumd -
j:,,( u ,::: or, if after the said works shall have been completed, they virtue of this act, under the direction of me commissioner whoiuered dollars, and imprisonment not exceeding one year, at tba
i it it' 'I" ;. t1 shall be permitted 19 go down, and remain fur the term of one the same to be msiiiuted, or Ins successor in oflice au iscretion of the Court. 4 .*
tII: 7 iP :. '. ., year, without a suitably[ uUuoao tto repair or put the same in good shall receive the sum of twenty-live dollars for f his: service's, i,, :Sec.:; 14. Be it (farther enacted, That if any vessel frequen '
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board ofhich .
on J-lnll trade Sec. .. / '
r.,hcries, and the persons 7. Tia it filrthrreniete d That the > r. : .. *
said shall Company be tKe ,
**rJ the coast. of Florida 1 1 or employ I I any such at such time company ; !and same i is hereby re ealeJ. '" "
1 Indianon( .. and place, and r:1I'h' nlfitions! Passer.r '" : 1 .I.t
I ic cit. 18..s
the: -tiring said I tl,I Inn board in :! a> they may : ota ?.
or manner, or their
h"iun bye-laws
(fi i prescribe. }hold
d."1"' US a j-hore, or shall take: t them t o.i I bo .rd said vessel I, and annually an election lor a rrcsident API-ROVED, Feb. 10, 1832. .. 4H'
-cl|, or <>n as many Directors as shall he
requisite t for the man
'' 'T sel I *hall bt' l"lllfciud, and the 1 per,011 so trading wiih agement of the business off'sail: and 41. ,
thejsaid President "
.II.I Jiaiis hall lC liable to a IIIC Ol *ivc hundred dollars tot and Dirc, tors when company ; : f Jetler-
I elected, shall have to appoint ai the
ill 'utoi fur as is dirt clod with I re:>1 c'; t to other tines.r'l I Ruth subordinate ollicer., and Lc'power dime pnbs in-
< agents: a and ,
I may neres.-arv, \
? it further enacted, 'I bat the I commissioner or shall be 'h, Vi
l5 He I I I capable! of excrc'i i ingUf.h POWNSand! authorities for %:
( I
:'\1 tins act, shad make quarterly re- the N 0.. 59.
Uioiier.appointed by ACT "
) wolljroverning and cood order of the affairs of the said: rcjjulitinj the m-ule of !ruin' out Writs of Error
"..'..1 1"Tllic TreaMiicr, 111'all licences grant.-d, and. all monies- company, as to them shall appear! conducive to its intercuts and I pro ccum, ; \flnt::..is, in UK L ourt of Apjcals' of the Territory of Florida., and .

'' hv limifiH I privilege; money, lines, PCWI II J II'S and loraf"l the public good. Be Black
andhall it coat :e i by the Governor and Legislative Fences
< andall iro-ci utioiis in-titulcd, : fc-ec. Council of tho ,
this.i t, [ ;4. lie it further
under enacted, That the said shall j Terlltur Velvet
111t'ad", into tin- 'I 1 icasury, on the Jir.,t day I of ie.HIM hall the right and tin company! : ) o( lorid i, 1 hat i a party, in cither of the Superior ,
". J riot
S HIW hereby l outmil'
tbc only granted! to t.em to tins
.' and that I pi/rpo-e! e, t he shall I beentitit! d toieccive the I construct a Hail load for erntoryhall'lcel: aggrieved by a final judg anens,
lice +
.nr. transportation of produce 'joods, inept, sentence
: or decree ide
i other I ..Beer.t j in ur pronounced h ,J.ICOFurni-
thathathctiii I either
...il.e thik, or rn, r handiscand all other articles of ) any or
: t : whatsoever, and {for all other ; '\aid i culls( it -hall! and in iy be lavv'ul I far; such tcapcs
-TJ' Feh. 11 :! ) useful! puipo:>(:;, trlll11 the city Tallahassee, to Foit St. Marks:: the session oi the I ourt at whit' h h party during an-
rrroysti Feb. 12 1832. ;: judgment, sentence
or loan p' -mitt\ or place on the Star! decree or -
I river ur Uaculb ; and : rendered or orthin
pronounced, ,
.. -It for thi ten days: thereafter uU'lts.:
I, purpose, ihcy may eonuncnce their works at point : to obtaii: in if the ,
any \ ourl appeal! be made in Ulusi -
nail Road term time
ACTtoir.i: c t. .eun Company.el1ctrd or tho
AN or in
-. i place adjacent; to tb-- oi Tallahasscp 1 cL-fk'
'i J city which may j othce, if it be i.i vacation Ins her
or their '
I t I be, best: tinted to the } hi appeal, t + the ,
accotuj.li; ient : by thc (governor and I I .('::' dative (olll1cil > object, pur u- of.ippeaU! of this Territory, and an appeal obtained, -hall
HI' It ion :'uh course and dire in J .
1 with the
''c' < ti'm sang, as be deemt dIrma all ca.-iC.s
: ;
f' .Ij t I'.1 lorlda: I'I h I\t IU'UJll1ll1l t 1.irt-, :tiauluel 11. may operate as a siipeisedeas.i"ec. .
: Triton't i ant.i! eous by, the Proident and Director of the said 2. lie 11-
t. ( Htlh,(', .J.1111.-. ;'J l 1I111, t1'. G. I'1I1I'' S. Itll'hanJ} \ j it luither) enacted, That the party; appealing, i if p" us,
.I. '11-: comrut I } : Provided, tin said shall ah times pl.iinut! hall
\ at : ; l f'
company keep( give Il ond with ,
I \dlIt'Tl :11:11 (; Jhuniell one 01 more securities ,ctherF.S.
t. I.. 11. ;m :. : tlirc-; :: f'nr_:n suitaid11. and in a sum
i ., .i add, convenient ft\lures: fur.hiel(\, of every kind, l<) noun ieut to cover all the costs whu'h have l=
archeiehv app.uiited I eomnn I -io.Mcrs under the dl- '!!' : accrued oi t
'rro. may ac
,II dlhC\. ;> sad Had Hoad, whenever i it be for countv i! true and n d
may necessary j ; -:llJallt, a bond with .1
iii.ji;; ,ntv ul vvh.tin subscriptions 111.1C I received, to one or more securities, in 11 S
\ ...1 I' a or nei/hborhood; roads to CIC.- the same, and in no way U> iutrrerc !E Mini suliicient to cover the amount for which l
01 the Leon .:mil oul o berehy ; judgment has been
up! my nij -
,II| tut'H
: with the
l.lr I.: pre-ent o.-taldi-bed roads: vvi'hout ibf like fix- j given, decree rendered 1 alii-,
_and:! tlU'V or a majoiity of IIv.-.ii, hail cause hooksou : or sentence: pronounced together! with .
hUt -, or convenient read the :
,rat\' at
a expense of said !.co is. conditioned f the nade'S
r i1I' of March, one ihoiivjnd bun- ronkaay.Srr. at, l(pay the cosls, if !
rnl'd, day: eignt: : 9. He I till pain-
(II' it further cna ted, 'I bat in c'olsnH'lllI! the said ur if dcleudant t the delit B
the of Talaha-se!I 1 : arid I the IIhIl1iW' g:' dam iges, or condemnation and(
a.i) s ni city: town of! Had I:oiid, it hli; : and may be lawful t for the .-;.\.ido.npmy, : h, : co ts, in cane die. judgment, J II-J:{
; sentence
other place 1 1 JUlln this 1 I or decree .ftht
or ] Superior
at places Tonitory :'
')".''nOl'! *lJ any 'its, President: and llcrturthr'eul" : or by it- pioper autboiity, l Olin .-h ell ho confirmed by t II lie said Court of I
remain lot for Appeals.
;' .ii'Cct, and open twenty days, the : to tot and l laUe ,.. :
th.: /r. ? r upon + I Ii po ('s-JUn .fany l-ind vvh.at-oever. which 'ee..3. Hi- it tin'dl-'r enacted
i'hnt il the
to the Capital; stock of( said '' appeal! be
subscriptions :i
0eol'receiving; be : (for the appbed .iiieSof .i,
I !I( i may neces.-ary: completion! of die vvoik: 1 eonienilale.lj in J em time the .c.t
I Ilolll i | apli( atoll shall ho
which days, no one shall helilted ) : made in
an", during, sui.Mwenty person I j I by this act ; Piovided, that no Ian f shill! be taken :and : o-irt, and it -h,1I1Ile so stated tin opnv : I
I. shares 1 and I appro-1 by clerk ui'lhp said ,
subscribe for more t nfly ; it"at\ the Sup -ror .
to prialed to the. atorCSJ141,1:: without tbo.! Court the : :'
purposes to record +
'r upon the
1+ compensation: ; eowning an.l bond r
appeal shall
,, of that period, the whole amount of fo.tru'uuthoriscJ: ; approve I of <
the j
''. 'f1\t1 n .Mime. hy the jtiogi, but i it r,1
\ Shall not hnvc been obtained, the said connnis- Sec. I 'f
ch"'rp1' 10.
He ,aid .
it further ,
1 enacted it -
That hall a'ld
\ U\\ : may be ]; l'l'al I ; bond :sh t fl l ue approved ol f llie
'' 1 I by clerk and .
books! to beliui : at lcait; '
I.I;1er< ('Irl toflY\: lawful for the Pll':;i lent ml Uiltc iota of >aid company, or their j twenU-live day; notice 'Jf ucb 'I
such times and 1 !I I I I I. ilppeal.h.d: ) be iriven to ihe i'
at places,
as they -
,.n'd, | frl'll11 t1t rte tn : mayt properly constituted agent; to lak; : \fiom any I land J, ino>t convenicnl {) ; before) ihe l nr>t day ofihe said vouit of appelleo 1 .; }..... ;tur.
of the s.iiJ i days, for the 1: Appeal- which!
aftrrthec\ptratiou twenty )
: | to said Hail Road, at all h said; -
tunes, su= timber :-t :'cf months:: tliereafler! or until the amou-.t of stock: ,: '
twelve >1 a, l lie for the bet 4. .
t' may} necessary; constnietion of and I l ho it l further
ena* ted That
1 be Mibsciibod.t ; I if it shall be the of t
afores.udhail I ( not subsetibod ) dilly '
rd ;.
"? "> a> keeping repair the said Hall Hoad : Pr+ IdL'd, that nothing the party; appellant to demand from the lerk f
least days, notice shall be 1 j a true ot'nil fk t
r malkasi-N at twenty given ofj I!, belonging to individuals: hal! be taken without i' ; adequate t eOlll- i proceeding.- Mich cause ih, copy .. ,
m said
of books aforesaid: advertisenoiii"ir ; superi, >r cnurt, and to iile: .
; niur: an.1 l i pi.lI'e opening: as; by !;|. pen-aion; to be determined: ill the manner! iieiehmiter! !provided.: said copy slid the clerk uI'the 'ourt of ire, t ; ,
tlJon.1. the : : printed in 1 allahasseo \pp--al-I on or before! ,' i
,' utltl)11)Oi : : I! Sec. 11. He it further the ;
,, enacted Thatjivbenever lust
( it shall become !- day of the next Lil- r"CC. ;
succeeding Term
j said t'onnnioncrs :shall die, resign or rcfu !I 1 unle.-s the
of ihe e
.nx : 1 for the said aid ;
a ; + necessary: company to take possession mil and ->: Succeeding: I'erm hall
commence within .- .
of the duties them : thirty days: n: .: 1
,ri l ( n said :
ma.bc appointed m histead 1 by the retllain.or : appeal >liall) he '
v'. :iuioihcr; : (for the 7
; -, route m Mle ol said yolk, or for the contrueti.u mitered a; soon alter the lir.-t day of thi-. next .f
nw! ..lllnl r a majority ut tuUII.! i or in said works tnere-i'fior of succeeding: 't'rill
keeping aid
ivpairthe or thereol I ; Court of
any 1 part Appeals a11tH admit --
...." ;2- 1 lr: 1'in'thcr: nacted, t hat th? capital; stock of theii and ii the parties do not on the value IA'the hd ; notice( thereul b' of twenty day.s: .
agree sain-1 : Fly
: : j ing : Ifthp.i'ty d
shall be, hundred [ app tnt fail to I hie I (} >
Kead, one thousand iejnocecumgs
I L 1 Hall\ v ouipany land he lawful
1 on may I (for the l'rl'.-idcnl and;) Directors of the Scud ; as aforesaid, it :shall he- the
. ,J'arin!' .Iarc-G1: cr.e: + hundred dollareach! ; any part: : of which j jav I i. : : ; or their .riiC(1) I Uiiies.s duty of he said: Cou/t, ,, .'
coiupanv properly COIISt1 : agent; on giving ten day.-; good causf: bt lIen; to di--'iiss ad ,. ,
; u.peal:: the ) 1 i (
nli, d t 5or ( oatlun. or individuals a'era ( -
by hy ,
I I- !-iih-I + any orp I notice at lea-t, in writing; to the party owning the same: to ,' party Ur ccititii .? '
or pro -mg a :ite from the
I clerk of the '
4'd: .:f' 'r tl-c t tir:>t t twenty days i : a.- !tlctl in i Court :
Inrlir warn un 1110\ hi- her their! ieio..
t or agent, I to ;apply: to the JlJcJ. e oi the County or'uperior : mat m appeal has: been obtained!, and a bond iJv p-'
( 1 lira! ?rt'tion ol ;hact; : aid hut asooi as: l\vinty-nve: himr f j : Court: fur a writ of ad tool damn.nn, directed to the .i.oie,uid ; anJ upon file receipt o, the order n :li j
> olinndied i \ fifty] shares oi the said capital s.u('lc -ballMjlisrnbed. ; 1 a di.smi-sing sm h ;appedi -
d| t heriir .M.ir.-hai
( !, other officer
l } or to ummon! mire dimteietedhousfiioitivrs 1 cell .J'-tJ uy the clerk o: tiv! : aid: : Court of ,\
!. th'1! jriilisciiliers\ :" :' : 01 thl' sand stocn, tneir -uctc-so.s| }t \ of lawful LrK of ppcidthe!
tIlJIluc tile
age, to meet : : tin -aid propctlv % v uurt IIdo.s jdlpru'f'e.1 to i "
fla "J)ipi+ *. s-hdl be, ami th"y arc hereby, dccla.ed to be ineor oil Clal!! to be adnii istered by I the judge, marsh ti, sliernf or other .\1:11 JOT the l.o->ts and damages: win. h have':sne been execution, ns
raii'duito a by tu! %. name: and tyle of tie [Leon !tai II I 1 may adjudg ids
company lIicerumiiionin '
: e duty it hdl be to attuiut yad ourl of ,\peds( : a> for the debt JiM
(dainaires '
,13di'om"I:1! ; ,,'a au [1)'r-art r l'pic-t! t. receive their report : and also: tori.'eeive t JU !mil rust: f.jr: which the j'i Igment! sentence de- the
hlti! ".r.-'('l1m l-a: tog and lonveyuig t lat- real, or g,
per- Itoiii the .lid
Pro-idjnt! and D rceurs' or their agentlliu -, cite \\ita Ile, II.AII_ pr"nounced.dee. ..tn
fE1aaii 1:1\1: ; "d!l. :oft Jar a- hall: be necessary lor ili-' '
: purposes 5.) i1I'h -
.Mini or SIJlh: HI"mJII"Y :avarded by the per>ouMini ion'das lie it lunbtr enacted, That i shall he th i'
it ? duty of
1..l::".!tttr t;lui-iiM: d : and no further! ; and .u.. t have perpoi- aa'rSIJ I bo .J t and
; ilntllny I over th"' same: to the 2 I jlLr--OIl- or Ihnsulb- Kiuge oi) the s iil:! tour!, on an appeal or writ f
i u .-...."i..n' and by s.id 'rporate name, may -ue and l i tl e lilted error to
to .md + \
necv'it; to take i.iuiis.iiir
an acquittal or icuiaid; tlr, tI'j: rocorJ, to r.rr.rsu+ or alii inn the judgment, !! :;('11a' ..caor ES.m .
'u.and! ti':)\ have and fse a commoneal, which theyball: ame ; on lendei of tie! um awarded t' the party: entitled. to de lee 01 Ihe ,, null hoiovv, 10 a\\anl l a nr'-.\ gill i in the otirt _
t" :dier! or, renew at then pica Hire, and shall; I h'l' a-
njwm ,) icceive if, or to IJI", her, or thi-ir a;ent- or att-inu-y.--: it .shall in: LiuOiur IU'C .ucb; judguie.it, sentence or deer(". as; the! =' airt '.
J'II'.a:td inny c.\erci-o all! the povvvrs: li. nts and pruiie 'os;, i.i'.vfui fur thc, .ud talc! uf'and !ucl.jvv
: huw
". .!, company: to j 1'0..CiSIOU u-e any ougui lo given: or as to them may appear[ according:
t(:a hflh"rc'rpdratt bodies may; lawfully) Uo, for the purposesnedin : -ucii! Ian fer, s.oue ;an.l) other maten.us, t but all the < x,, u- 10 lavV.uc.'. tins

u this act. Sl'.- :Jud _...r fix. 3. l He; it furher: enacted, TInt upon harc slhd : .id I uh-
every the I.O-idi-nt Directors ,
p: ny and: 01 aid comp.tny ; P.ovui- .rva.ui. w 01 lei lilt ('l.'fr,1; I o the ju.l l-!!'ii'-nt. --nti'iice( 01 de T"eipcuieu

fur, liter1; s.iuil be paid at the time of subscribing; tliemsrioner d, Out tin ajiprai r- ,!llatl not ne aliovved more than one '( ,'r-till, wi U n ih>-i. deci-iou! an<' delenniiiatioii! ; in writi'ilf,/ ntItto -
\ -, or their a!n'llts appointed i to rerme such sul- tlulla'i 11
: I :: o-acli while .K
day: cn l.erl Kit.s. cerii.iott to
per usn.n oo rbl.u..clltJ I Ill( said.Sup; r.or 'onrt, and! tile
lons, one dollar/ and the rc-idue thv'rcof. hhall L be paid as: e-I See. I it -uiu .
:! sie turtu+'r i.ieted, i hit all property assescd u.; I I-.UJ and Jeterl.llllltJU:' S Jail !h e c.irried;: f info e\fv.t: MMi {

' edbY the President: and Diu'ctnr.by instalments: not C;:- ,! : nil! !p.ud) for i i)1.. tiio; ere ident wad )Irtt-lul:; of .-> ud comjMiiy >j .tC oid er.o: : the s.i 1 S+ i.jenor v'o irt, or tins'n'd 'o'.r of -

lin gone quartrr of the amount of Minscription. every. ninety: I or lh"ir agcnt: >;, a e.-uiic iO lin; provisionof' ; tlnael. ; i, 6c i .kj.pj.l iii.) awarj e\"CUti(1J ID carry into cif--jt: its decii.nialia ; "
i}v*-and no l payments shall be demanded, until at.I I lea.-t id ,
t1'1)1 j ji d'juaiio.is; made lo and!
.. i}!; p ublicnotice of such demand shall Inve been i t-ivcn II)' thoMdcnt L (inlung! to, and ru'co.ne, life protn'rty of; Ih. -.t.d rompanv, tlienus I oeo.;: 7.. lie u loather enacted. Tbittiil I writ-sot errer shall

and director, and if any srb::crucr11x11 f.-.d:! or I Iijftlopay I. ,...., ...... .. ,. -
IWer0 i, l1 sui-ee.--o s ami a.siiJ9; in Ice :011111,1', m pn.p.ution 10 .It:. Ictcu: IIJ 111f-..-! "1\ ..."- n'... i.i-J 1 JMVJinuii I IOU':; .nuzn"I IJI I' IIHIIU I I 1" Oil tot 'q':!

, any instalments or part of said) subscription, tAils j tii! <; sh.ires owned n-spe.-tivt:: '! v. ;>l PC os, .,lId ,-haI: i.....m. on de..and, r> a 'matter of ri,.,.:.f j ..a
': 2nd'd. for the tpaccol'11nr1)' days, next.after; the I ime -d'I-I Si-c. l Ti. He it :Mrtlhriiact'.l'l: That it hall t hc tie! duty of JIIJ..1 ihe t ,,|lie: of tbe i-le/k of the s wlt'o irl Appeals; : or trop

: :hnall be dae and) payable, the t'iek on.winch U i is : th.1 Po-.ItII! .ind! Directors; ..."ij lhlt 1)1 Ujjulciko '
of die : ii
: : ; comp my to com! .iciice) IP Court in %in! Il J .ill rn :nr is !Ice II rend .
r ,1' : 'fnrfeited lo the coint.iny; and may be s'ld! bv the I It the 'orlftr tlu TV-J out
\\ ontrutiun .11'tlte >-u
t 'drnt41nd Directors, for tbejtencfit. t o, the oll.pan-bllt the H.riiiJ of two years fiotn' i'i! a,tur ihe p lSt.tC; ul tins act, otncrvvisc i I o,., Hit: -pectal. or'l.-r: o ih ....a d court, or !so.ne j.id I' thereof:: ,5ssnrt

)f "!,'1drnt and Directors; may icinit any .Mich. lb, tenure' on such this charter t.. !h'. 11:111 unl! void. I II I .u.do jpjn in-jK-f Ilog a coPy o/ ,If[, r..tord and! u."'.: tItY (piaiu-[ ,

.1tiaHhcJ shall deem p.'np'r.t l Sec. 11. Be it :'urther <:na t t"d. Tint 1 the said: oompunyshall tnl 1.1 en.-, ,.y L1iI.-.t: or u ns.ionsible! p!'ISII1t lusbehd'", t3

1 **> 4. let! further 6ua('tc'J:.J. That if tht: :subscription! : here- lriv thp x.h-ivt: ? I piivileg.; ; of CIIII.1I wttllg a liai .ioui j I oiieii..g, i 1 I.,,: clerk'I ,fi-e! f cith.:r the Court of \ pp! -;tl-. or *u- la-

: at made ncc so.r.: to the incorporation! ol thc said! companvnotbcolit.iin'd or ilail .lO iil", from. : ome: poiat: -it, or :t\j!jic.ill[ to 'J'ali 1 all ?set, the .ju,'cror \.'oiirt, into a !bond in d-mhl.:' the: 'ami recovered+l in -t n rllack- i

,: I' within) : tvveive months, after! the fust t. opeiio I to St.1: irks, or to any point nrplJcrun tat ,1'.lrulr.i't. ,liru, t.ie cojn oelo.v! or doiiil; '11' atn; 'iit of rests if the plaintill"oeio .,) ribs,

: thclxioks oi -iir.sciiptKins by' tue sai-1; i C4,mmisioners: ;anup.dal.'hl': !' liver ,, I for and d'irinj HIM p.Mi id oi 2 > ) car, \v uc the plai.nr.l' error, with one or !mop.Millieient >e, u- 'ditto

t ,tract Jih' ,,.and ;il. the -rrn-, riptioiK under it, pall be null and vOId; : ft ,ill and .lite:1' : the cn'ill)Ietium thereof: Piovided, th.it the nuul rili -,, to .,e appro.| d of by tile: j'l'ge; or cl.-k of said eour eoiJui : L.11.L.Hll,

aidroui'ijvMMners, :uilzf di -+'barging,; the expenses of i clldlpanylnll complete, or cuu-e; : to he compii-ted, tilt s.ii-1 I iiail; .licit lor in (iu-: pro-eciitiou of the suit iu error ; and in caeoi Hif.L 't.--

""'tI1Jtlle; !'o'II\o., :.:l.lll reiuin the re.-idue, of the monev. I p-iid in I.Hoad: \\itbiulhc \ears,, from and :alter Ih' p t- ..,Ji e ol thiact, LIe allinn (n.-c of the judgment, ,.to p y defendant! in error

"JRtu1J..rrijniol1', tf ihever.ll: .,suliscnhers, in proportion to I and :o5hl1teep\ Ihl' nid Hail Hoad l in iiooJ and compiele npa.r, lae cond.i.uiiauoii ;anJ co-t::. \\ h"11Ollf'h order is made :1iI1{

.sum.rc! :-pe.etiv.'Iy pid'm: iI}' then, : du. il.g tb* period of twenty years afonsaid.See. .,CCUI i.) given ,l- aforesaid; the clerkhall] endorse on such vvsitol : i1T 4

', 5 i. lie it finher!+ tlayt-cf:t : !, i h it as soon as two hundred i lo. HI: it further onuefd): That .shaic-hol.lurs. : of f CI ruin trial it -hall bi: a :suporsdeas, Iud th-; aid ? titan I MId ,. +

Hit ntlis}' shares sliili)i hive hem :,Micnted: ( \ithin h tu-eKe i|'t the aid) Colo ,:url mav: and :hal! have the r.ght to dI, )use o( 411(1trausti .,rsement :')b ill he obeyed! I a< < :su.-h, :s .spending' ;further proceedmgs -, 1l ,

.after the bon; are ;first op! ,'nedj) :ho sail: I commissioner: r his; or her interests in the I same': or an:; part thereo., to in elation to said: judgn.ont! in and by the officers of
f t !lJonly of them, rh all call :s'men ral ofth. the snd
, bersat : meeting: ; ;Ill)" other person or perslln:05 ; but the : tock of said: cana; !>any oupenur Court.'

.. ._ .such timu a-; they: to.1)' sn 1)I o'ler, in the city of 1 fal-I! and all the property. belonainir tieret! (' IIr'ludJ may from u.n' :)cc. d. |Bt' it further cn'Itted'fhat the pi'xintilTin! error and I Ir

I .see, giving at least twenty (!.I.\- public I i notice thereof' and I I'ulh ; to lime |I.c acquired' by tie! said company: shall he held .jui.nlji ( & appoiia.it id tile III t.ie gai I Court- of Vppal.bis as.-igrun i -;,itof :1

eehiijr, the aid! com.ni -;ion('r5 shall.lay/ the :;;tIoll! ripII'Jk i and not :separately: ; Provided, that notlung in tbi:. jaeij COllI error-, within throe duy iff r Ih:. return of the writ. I. tail

'rP / < More the ii.'iscriours: ih 'I1-aud there present, and tiuned; shail be so con: -third, as to prevent the im-m.icrs oi -:mil I bu o.iuttod, sept l'ir: good; cause sb'iwn the sai'l I writ of errorsiial. ) r rc

10 drectors spun: the said subscribers, or a m jo. uy of lli.ni, shall elect I company, from; usm2.! the profits and dividends, wncn: in iy oe I ; on tuition oIlh" tee tad nt in error be non prossel, unless : the %..

iy ballot, to nnna: c th affurs. } of the said: rom- j declared npon the said Mock: to his ur her individual puiposes. t1.: said coun shall: .Jlow further titno. lalityi

j!,e'htchdtr+'etrs when so elected, shad: receive all the books I See. 9. 1i.t furtiior t ona led, T.iat the clerk i -suIUI: the said: i con- ;,

none d )' in thl! han dst or the c.OIlIIlIol5ioncr! : ;, b'lon.ill? to Scc. 10. lie it further enacted That the Pre.-ident; and Directors writ .,t' error, -ball; issue: to th dele.id! mt: in error. a -ire :fachs; pa I ttl'lU .

1' rOinp:1n! : .v, e.aid com.nis- of tho aid company shall) have a right to d> m Iud, and to hear errors, WII.CIh: dl be'in ide returnable with the said -vrit t i-

haJlcca.'e,d ; and 'the said flip,' directors so cleelcd a* a- t I receive, such tolls ana: lees t for the transportation of gjuj.-wares, I jut error, and ,h ill )c s.-ived; on lie! deicn.lant! in I'rw.or i i.; siidd 1 red wIth or .

: or/ majority' of lllcm' hall h-ivo'the power of clcct1Fte i merchandise, produce and other articles on said; itad Uouil, asaid, Ii ead: mt iw a iion-re.siiient, or be not in the T rritorv, then -jp Ira :Ni w- .;

:'ldellt! of Sa td company, either from among the din.c- I miy be from tune to time established by the bye-laws ; his. tl't,:dj a-ith-iri-ed! agent, or Ins att->rn-'y m the court Selo-v, .

Mother+ ,, and of ad- ,viu.., him such compensation: r for his ': company: ; Provided, that the tolls or looshui! not at any nine I .it Icist lweilt:. -Ii :a tI'i previous to the first: day of the Tor.n oi' :

Eayth' may deem proper and that at said election, and I It1thl.r 1 I be increased: : by the President and Directors of: sail company J' I. the said ;. ',ut'tfAppc.tl -. ins.K. 'i

dt< : occasions wherein a vote of tile stop )kbolders of without public nilicodulv 1Vtn! : and the siid: companybill Sec. 10. i>e it further; enacted, That all writ-pf error oa -

f., zpansis to be take'I1,,, each stockholder] shall be allowed II|1 continue: to rtcciyeurh tolls ami fee-, as, from tuns to. tmie, ; jJJ,lI1eut.-, illl'l i.il-i.-n: ,.1:', shall he ueJ out and: t hkpnt In ,.

, ; In Proportion! to the stock h)' it, bun! or her respectively: I may he established, hv it bye-laws, M> I ling
lM: Iff I the 1bllo\\i! g manni-r, viz : t for every .share; not ex5iaresi .shull! be kept in sallicieiit order ;and repair: by die said couipiny I lafaii I fe-ri .: I\.,'rt, or i p'r.Jl1lliJn, co up:)s m ill-, shall! .)e a HOYT, .

DCCl'z4tao >. one \.(,;I.w! o, Ih 'ir Ii .ir:.:, "-ueco-sur-s1 ;and assigns: for: tie transportation 'iy ui any jud m Mt in i civiJ: a..tl'HI, tvvoy ':lr sit d be d> i vIa :k, the

ae lid d i. "ing; |,.11$ one votc. (()r (,"Vl.ry fin |Ir .sjjap..i above aforesaid-and all {produce, goods, ware. merchandise} and .)Ih-I od I.i s i :ii nr-ini.; I I.MII ; covert m person n m co.lli,)'>s .n' nti-, if- t pplicaYork- -

j 11 1, tot: a!)mil'(. thirty, on? \0"-" for everyix shares abovenorcxceedi.i er arieles! and things; transported, or conveyed: on the aid .lad j I !:Or tit' r':s ,'-' r\--! t I.{ I'l-ht. ; ir; ri> u( 1\.1 I, III vv.!ii'n to ;IH ...it 1

. f1111 a rid 't)".:'[sly, onv otc ; for every ('ighl! ) s'cirosJtartd Road, :.!rill be Imdo: foi tlrj lolls and) fees vviln which tney maybe I tins, nor or ibo r .vr't of err ,r >,a ,i iv. wig m :it as .1 o, esa.d. ',f. 'Ii
, 'Tr. I ten I). notexcetdmg bile hundred, one vole ; and;! for'torusabov respectively chargeable, and! may he detained, until th ; :un.j See. ll. 1 i-% u fill tH: (;,' .i.ic ( d, ill.t toe t >:aid C :urt of App hooner ., ,

i t d h. <.one I IIUH 1 rl'd,one vote -and I every sl..r t '1riLat \.- I be i paid: and discharged: : Provided that the! tolls I.r the Ira l'tlr- r aU. >ha I h 1p.H't'f to i-suo;: writ of niand.im-is; ; quo vvirran- i. :

tkr a,. d tp.Jte :1 n y other poi.son to vote and a t, for. it. him t.ition of country produce, noods, WaTt i ;and morcban.li.se, to a.id !o, pr Ihn.IIJlI, a {dif: i jpi-! rnfi.i( hal.eas! : corpus and proceden.l l; ;i22tf..... 'f1.

;t'IIL.. Its, hi, or bur {proxy, and in this: wayh ill all voles be I J iro.n 1'all ihassoc! : to t. .Maiks 1 or to auy, point on tit: St. .ilark-. mild all ell I p uss > and everci e a !!flI'ral superintend! .g control :, :
the ockholkers I I' over hanpe ior, Courts, and the official acts of the officers of 4
11 flue -i'rokided, that no one pcr-on shallIwJj : and \Vacull.i rivers, shall nut exceed twelve and a hah'cent., on to
(4' It Ucow the and the ri.i- ill the -portive- counties,
I Sup nur (tuft shl '
trshiiortod ;
1 in other hundred
| ;, by proxy, or any per one pounds. Vf 1 aiilla t)
, ""Wilf0.: : *ed toRlV<'> at any lime, more than two Ii ills of the Sec. 17. lie it further enacted, That; the Legislative! Council in tins ernloy: in serving jirocess and notice! -, shall have the jog -

!!I.jr( '',' on ;say, qJc; tion, to he decided I 1)' thc stock'SL : fchlill have tho right .it any future scs-ion, to impose a lax -uoie authenticity; m the|, Court of A ipeals asm thvir own courts esf rjr.j ., '
ofppals ', half! .f
- the c'w""i>ioners a t ir( c sa'shall appoint I I the not exceeding three per} centum, on the IIdt \profit uri.-ing from r-sp.'ctively! ; and proce-s of ex -cution fiom'; tile said cou"t !rishlp; 3 p

'11 i"tf monS twemselvcs I I or others of the I said; 1 lira clec-: the stock of said: company, and the bonks: of the sad; ; company \I shall be directed to the marrhaU: ; ; the Territory, and t south
llrre! tar exucnte'l the hal ot the dis riot from which the) sm c.i-o of '
i :; shall bo subject:: to the oxa>nijiation of tha Legislative Council by ou r- Garter
" rte G. Be i it further That the nay 'h.n.c'1IcC t brought, unless other.vise ordered by the said :sasf. andY
Pea' enacted: That the said company 1 shall Sec. IS. Be it further enacted. as company in 01poratcd .
ears, hesied
; 1\(1\ er t 0 enact a code of* Lye-law. for; its government, bv an act of tho Legislative; Council, pa.-sed: thc 9lii ..JoJrlllf Appeals.Sec. y on +
Ea'd .
( & idfans laws sha.l l be valid and< OIH{ f.1rive in ail cases, I provid- day of Februa.y 1831 have relinquished all mtoro.st or claim to 12. licit further enacted( That the Slid] Court of Appeai of tl rfo
' art i > :;:.1llJ! have and u -u ill !)vi +it duly to make all ivcc.j.sar ;- for '" 17id t
the sad ,
a'tr! nor mcollo.il'tellt: with the laws of the United' the benefits 'If t')e. before recited act, act entitled, ;ell po.ver .
aad: ot'this fur die of tho Courts: as well ,,1}' Llasi.ins
1'crritur)'. act to incorpoiaie a company, to bo entitled, the Leon HanViy ) ruies rejulatiyn ouponur ;'- eras,

1l:1)1:* fcevnivmlv aekrical: ta3ic---Kp.. ie use of 'f
crest and 1'g,8tds
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.t I a7tl t;' ...ft;. '141.4' --4 '" ., .

SL\ fur the as Court or Appcodls.

,, r I)f1 I ,( Sec. 13. Be it further nacted tor taking Bail, filly ccnk:.
r. 't'1 r I.:; That whenever it t hall, -. No. 6?. An I
;;.., : to the said Court o: Appcalb. that an appeal bas been appear Executing habueJncio311O:8t: : satm, one donar. ACT coneerning the Public ,
take Arcth _
For ,0 .
Ll merely for the iiid n carrying prisoner to jail, fJr :
delay, court may assess damages, Dot removing prisoner per roil ., .ne it
exceeding ten cents. enacted
+l='c: ten per cent for said frivolous by the Governor and

.r 4 1 t-:1\1: l, Sec. 14. De it further enacted, That appeal.all laws heretofore Committing pti'oner! to jail, fi1y! ccnts. .. I of Territory the of Hori a, That copies. ofall LerisLuive documents Cou':tt

'. I. raplpl ;, '. passed refiulatin'g the mode of suing outtrits of Itclcaiino prisoner, twenty five cents. keeper of the Public Archives in this ; in
I error, and the Territ
f ,r.e ecuting appeals in the court of appcal of this pros- For collecting money on execution, for tho firs two hundred I by kccperr: thereof and sealed with their or7s
3 r Territory, be seal
,, a't-';I ,. the same arc hereby r.-pealed: Provided nevertheless and dollar, five per cent, ural for, the remainder two and a half b.e admitted in evidence in the courts of ,

.''t 1. \: '{i, that all l cent, over one thousand dollars pcr ntory. j""tiee in
1t1tl t t
which and
r' right:01: have accrued, and all proceedings which one a f fourth per cent, when
IJ 1!. LI eorf' had under former law ; bee there is an actual sale-\\ben there is sale Sec. 2. Bc it further
/ : 1 any shall be and remain as if this law hud all no one per cent on from and after its enacted That this act 8h:1J1:
to..i not been sums colJected. passage. t tal e

; s.pl: i.; Passed Feb. S, 1832. For serving wit of Habea Corpus, one Jollar. Passed .ebruary 9, 1832.

t II'tn:6.. APPROVED Feb. 10 For hipping a person by order of court, one dollar. ApPROVED Feb.
1832. For lceepin each slave taken 10, I
-. ; by execution fJr attached

1.0: stnt1. No. 60. An ACT to authori-oe JIIIIt'i: Riz, to establish day, twenty five centssuchIa'e LeillL' allH\cd half a pound per X o. 63. An ACT in addition to toe act for the relief .

r' t'l.N SL John's river, at a place called Picolata.Be a ferry across ,: of salt meat or hcefpcr tidy, and. one peck of good ludiaJ1 curn I of \ti'lacam! Arro'It."J approved 19tb January, IS3't.or

'.;;:;. r .!it1 it enacted by the G.\lnor( and Legislative Council of the i per week, or such other rations as may he equivalent thcrcto.

I, I.+\'. :, -1H.I! .. Territory of Florida, That James Uiz lJe, and he is beret For calling jury In each suit, hel'c and a half ccnts. i, Be i enacted br the Governor and Legislative;

I. 1 ru < vested with all thc rights, and charged with an the duties of Y For tal\ing bonds of every kmd: tilt)' Cl'nts. Territory of Florida. That there shall bc COuhei
I establi I appl ted
:. .. ; hin and For J I Jr. ti'Ir and in the
1 mile travelled rJnra, in the
keeping ; ferry the
t e[ a. at. l'icolata. on 5t. Jnbn' River every III service of any goin count} to whIch the

1 a1I { 5, dUU.t6Lu.J lUl tiUIU .James I tliZ.roo his hears, executors, adrninibtrators and and returnIn't!:''.. t\\'o_ __ u nnti_u._ :1- .hJf. .. ,"....nt.....;:0., t'IUUUtU.........1.1, .L.1I1at.n process. nOlustan. ,';: J I I said 11'Illiam( Argyle shall be taken, a guardian Infant for be 1 r(
I::: a 1f : ft.si'T ns, be acd remain for the shall/ mileage UC changed fur j ..ho shall give bond with the said'l
2f term of ten }year s, vested and a greater distance, than frog ti:. approved security in the
I I'; mn ; charged with thc rights and duties forcsaid. 1; residence of'h peron so en'ed with process, to the Court houJiand dollars. 5011I '.
'-.I ,1 I tt,. ttaltat: ,::i,-1 Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That it shaH ue unlawful for ,I I, house of the county In which he results, nor hull the; sail m..thal t Sec. 2Be it further enacted, That n copy or

',, any person or whatsoever .;. charge for distance Jwpcrlf authenticated, shall he said
persons to establish or keep a ferry I any greater than that actually' travel! sent to and filee''
1. within the miles b..v hill) ill the L lac county court of Leon 10 the
01 the of
: oocrnce
; .
s Ferry this
,. I r > by act provided for, nnless I any process. county as soon a.i: practicabl
,, the same be for his, ncr their Fur Kcping cattle, horses
or ,
I 6 own exclusive use, and not ,for or hogs, taken in executi"n, sue;' Sec. 3. Bc it further
the purpose of gathering or ICcei\'iug toll. ; reasonable aIIOl1nt as the officer holl Le .cnacted, That when said ,
obliged to fur dt .
; 1} ; 'if Sec. 3. Hc i it further I same, to tie allowed the pay '.H'C been filed as aforesaid, the additional c""I''}
I hy
: That it shall he tho 1 Judge of the court whence e.\ccl1riL: 1)the hood required

j 10Br the stUd James RIZ, his hens, executors, administrators duty of I may ha\'e issued, and to he paid by deli octant, on the .eu administrator and administratrix, ID the '
Pruducti i is
1 e eT ins, at all times, to have, and keep in and as- : uf proper 'ouchers. c -1-; ; an addition, :hall: be cancelled by the clerk
good repair, a 4 of t the
flat dn'aid
f orrrt of sufficient dimensions boat ; and the said administrator and!
to :
.i' ,- carry across said river a loaded 1 f h ir seCU.lfles ldmillitra1ri1.
)' wagon and that shall CO St.\BLES: thence'torth Le
t ; they he entitle discharged from
to receive aU(
the lutes
:,1, ,: it. '::11 ferr)', toll at such rates, and shall be silllject; tl such said Shan receive for their services the fallowing; fee arising trout thc same.
.SC as m.IY be established regulations, I For serving warrant other
I Ly the or in civil
'i'r ; ; county Court o! St. Johu' process cases, fifty cent
t, ,,. I jl .m. :,s,I.. or .the Legislative; l'ouncil. county, I Levying execution Fifty cent:;. Sec. 4. Be it further enacted That it shall beandif'

H en l'acd .F eL. 8p 183 x. Carrying; a pri: goer to jtil: or remo\'ing him from one jail t 'J Made the duty of the administratllx of the said d

;.1 h ll1 J Arr4-onD I another per mile, ten cent:; .,1 Ie to have the provisions of UJiS act Wil(!
uuly eltfon
Feb. .
1',',1'1.;: I f.; :: .,.;Irl 10, 1832. For ('ollectinz, munc J' under-- ---- I'YPf'IIion--. ......u.<.>., .hn...... co.m"] "; Mu_ __ Passed FeL. 91 IS32.
t UIUtVIUpf.lJsa
thin i. !
:.f at as allowed bv law to shcriti'
; A
pf.OnD: lcb.
J'f ,' -4 For _. lg1No. J
:ten o. G J. An ACT r sUlUruomngl1ry, f1tty cent;.
all.t.t.a .p IC f\cs of
s; certain officcrs.Ecc. .
!I' ::'fiat For e\'crf mle: travelled ill a
.. service of
;4 I thc
j '..nof ; J. He it enacted fees a\ the hcrifT.Pro'iJcd process, sau.
by the

4 ,f t, .".'..{J 4.,. of the Territory of Florida, That the several and Lc om: islali\.c, ers herein Council I' entitled to rnilt'.1e' ;, in thc bcn'ice however ot process,11, that they f )r a shall greater nut di, 64.; AXCT to provide for the division of esta

"'r :1L) IIfrer meutruned, hall hereafter bc lance than from the Place of

r.i. <'iI f: J e.uunir ,; the t follow iug fees for .h' ir services entitled to demand and rceic with pro.:: ..;s, to the u.,ual place resndeuce r.f holding of the person so ern Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative
'" hf 1 ,:'re respectively." : t-atl. to whom the court uy the mtlgl "enitory of Florida That whenever
., ; 6 i is real
f : I process returnable ; nor hilli he or personal
I THE they
# f I 't'lI SECRET.\HY OF TIlE TERHITORY tied to mileage fur a l'nt. S. slaves, shall Le jointly owned by two fro'f'r
I 511111 ;greater tancc tlml1 i is actually traveJI, ormore persons:
; :':HI c .ir lflici.d m the service In equal
t .v for every certificate and peal, one dollar :; of the sallIe. proportions, or otherwise, any or either or the

: r'f "c'ltr topyin! papers in his ochre, per one hundred ..rs thereof, may file his, her or their petition with the
i twelve and :1 half i the tier!
f Iff" on ccnt CORONERS, Supe'rior or County court, stating his, her or their de.iit
i LjH: <"tS1 Shall receive lil\'C thc said
fir their services property divided the
: 'J'I1} the following fees among several
'I, t. ,. 11)J. ( SURVEYOR OF E.A< II COUNTY I For l1mll1olJilJg a and : ; said petition to describe thc o..ners
Jury to be
Shall taking an iHluisltion property divided
receive t on a dca ti "lib
ter his
I, I ".,;1'1 shall be 1 fixed Ly the services, such fcc:; and eompclJsalion as nod}, to be paid Iy the c-tate: of the deceased, if the same Ul s.n. able ccrtainty, and to set forth the names uf the sevtrJm's

.Se r county courts: '. sutJiciellt, if not L the therpof.
'- rcsjJl'ctinI: ) ) county, four doJars.J.ILORS : .
. 1 ,; tl.\1I1, See. 2. De it further
'fIlE enacted That
THI upon filing the
,'JJ tI COURT OF .\PPE.LSXD Ilion with the clerk rid
CLERKS 01" : he shall make)
THC :;L'PCluon; out a notice to the
Bc. Shall AN lJ! COUNTY( COURTS! Shall receive for their services "Iaimants therein If':
receive the following Ices the following fees : mentioned, and deliver thc same to the
; For
nitcH For' imprisoning and rel xecuti'e
entering easing officer of the who
uppcarJncc of defendant in twenty-thc et'ut. court, shall serve said Dot
I 11th six and a tourth P'ntct- person, or uy attorlICV For keeping and prO\'idillg fur prisoner, day', caving a copy with each of said claimants and U
per thirty-scvc. make
/ ... ..M __ .__' .md a half ceut -said rdW1
'pea .I: "I ardingl} : notice shall contain the
uvehcllng ouy cause substance
on of
,:, appearance docket,. twch'c e I
r+! wlia. a half 'ents. and I :on.

; !'ftl) For every Sup: na at law and return thereon PRESIDING Shall JUSTICES OF TilE COUNTY COURT Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That the said coprfr it;

4 .. .'.trd C"nts. twcnty-fin- receive thc following fees : '11 thc case provided for, by the seventh section of this act

i- ;l' Na'i I'' ..; I'-or 1 every other process at law. or r L chancery, other dollar.For granting letters testamentary: Or of administration c CJnf ..t f.any time after the expiration of thirty days, from the ,
t or .
t legal said
: notice
1roceeding, under
seal of the up-m: application of the
r court, with petitioner his
; 4111 i 11 entry of return, fiat For order ./sake Of CO
I ,. ccnt.i. every at ch'imhers, fifty cents. un order appointing two fit and proper ,10
1 : Ili Entry of rule! DISTRICT \TTGIllEYS nut be of kin to either persens
1 every or order of party, as commissioners
court, to diTide
# twelve and 01a
eribct' a half Pro-ecutin
Cents fur and in
Administering oath, twelve and behalf th s Territory, shall receive partition; said prope ty-:;atd commissioners ,
: a half the to take (
... cents. an oa
nccfJrdin:; any order, Procccuin, till l llc\\'in:.{ cOIIJIensntion fur rh_.n.'ir. .", pr.n"_. ........,.. ., iure some jud e, or justice of thA .n nf'P_ .f.tl.r..11....... .. _..1 :__I. 5''
It -- -
-I 01 baler -
For c\'er -----7 nuu I
or other
.tltu7! tcquired to he matter ) i"ldicllllent, ... to divide and .VIlJ 51]
eeutcd .y
recorded 111 a Bouk pro to effcct, where the partition said
offence property,
:,"rhiF purpose, p ;r hundred kept Ly. ,:aid clerk fur that ',;harcd i-s: not capital, the dollats. ..nd proportions of the respective according to the 01
: wonl, tifi1J cellts. owners the:>reot
, il. IJitic, Copy of any eertltied Where the offence charged is capital, ten doJJar Sec. 4. lie it further enacted That
t r. paper, where thc it'any 0-
saue;: shall For person or
"c; ted no .t ;c civil action
One hundred words :; every commenct.d behalf urr.not named in the said 8'
t. ',- : el l1teen tllld three IUllrth \Dd Of the Territory, petition, shall set up cl claim Ie
r' art" ;tire Where the shall cClltS. prosecuted to etlect, where the p.ut of; or interest: in the said Of
ISs same amount
,, exceed recovered if
.. shall
one hundred ex- property, or other Mt.t
. words any
r l: .r. hundred for ever one hundred dollars trial
\ ,. words, twelve and a half cents. } ten dollars ; to the title of saId property, shall become the jl.n

4 f'I "1 For every search, twehe and a half ccnts. And where thc amount is under that sum, fire dollars.TRAXSL.TORS IJutc, a jury hallue imrnedalel summoned, and subject em

, ', Enlib Entering judgment to try the same, and their verdict T
" ..\ twenty live cents. be conclusive for t :
; '
I 11 Drawing every adrtsellleut' ; in. tructio'ns OF THE COURTS OF THIS TERHITOH poses of the partition, and no written pleadmgs hall be'sary.
attached -
t 1.t', .l1( misslous for to com r fl
taking depositions: .
{cxeI Jot herein otherwise and all other papers, or \t rifiug;, Shall receive for their; services: the Sec. 5. De it further enacted 83A
I ; .. provided for, where thc following fees : That should the saW
i same shall For
: 'r or teed not cx- instrument missioners
] one hundred word,, eighteen l every under one hundred words disagree upon Point which
I.., "aldrj and three fourth cents, of and ccrtifi'cafe .., I any may arise in tk t
And, foJr sallie, twcllfy.fi\'c cents. frmance of their duties
every hundred wordd they .hall have '
more than power call in
For ( I,1I
hc B ccuts. ono nundred, tell each hundred \\'ord. intereted ,
above ; I
the whose
first ,
., .. hundred, including person opinion, in conjunction
f I'J.\'j 1J1'. 1< or fJlmg- certiticate, ci htec.n _nd rh'f._, _>p ('lIItl. "UIII., ,. rr onc of the commissioners, shall with thtc: the
every v '''' bl com.ln"n'p.
papcr, not proccs of .a.u illL;' .. ....
a court six ------ "
c unp / 'Ccnts.. and a fourtlJ a l'NESSES, Sec.. 6. He it further tic
enacted That
the said m
.1. .,' mf Swearing Jury, fifty cent In the Silperio' and county court, :hall receive for ;hall at the same term of the Court, at wh ch said order e
attendance c\'cry days Oq
J :; per evcllty.fi\'c have been made
Recording mark eents. ,
u t and brand fire or at the next term thereafter
twenty make their
hI'subs .i1 cents. For po
tCl1t .
every ) miles tra\'c1Jecl to and from port in writing, which : shan be
the report
place of sworn to hY tit r 14asto eJ
-1 ofsmith holdll1 .
: t JUSTICE court, tiny ants Provided mid commissioners
OF : the and
TIlE witness ,
PE1CE .i\'es judgment of the
at shall
a court be'thercon.
Shall distance greater -
: receive fir their thou ten mil .
f lees, the f Illowing ( :) the court house I b
1 .t '11! ( For ; sums ; hall rccei\ otherwise he .
superintending ; no ation. Slc. 7. 1
cfJlllpen it
proceedIngs under thc 'I further enacted
,, act That when 1e
fur cit
Hircr ciblc concerning Sec. any or
Y 2.
.. Hf entry and dctainer, per day, each, one della. Ue it further enacted, That the several fees herein .I thc owners of said property, reside beyond the' limit of
: Every provided t for -hall,
warrant or other : in III cases IJC Territory, it shall
taxed ill be made
process twenty J live cents. collected the bill of cost, and to appear to the satisfart of
: I.J; '. ,. Evervjudgrnen:, twenty five cent with the other! casts. of the ca,e. and no fees its court, that notice has ben gi\ ell in
suit some public
ui uiI af law neNert
: : ill any
Swearing or chancery
i Jury, twenty Live "ellts. hall hc collected until the nearest to the:> place where the J3Jl
termination prop 'to be divided is sit t
,wft such of }
Taking and : ill the court
t .. a ..iring bond, fifty cents. whit'h it may have been in8tituted. or kept, for the space of three month
'. previous to the tint
>,' :; .
.d. Attending at the house ec. 3. He it further or the ,
of enacted that court, of the
: deponent ,
; to take a witness hall filing of said
s depositions h6 petition, and the
!i' day, summoned .
I one df.lIar.Admini1tering. per the duce each case, and it shall Lc his duty to attend when the petitioner intends to move for the appointment fy. IIhe

: : oath, twelve and c.n&rt in obedience to ueh missioners.
a half SUllllllons, from Ides
K For takIng and Cl'nt.i. from term to term; clay.o day, and ,:.I.
. writing aflhLivit until the be Sec. 8.. De it (
Clse lcd further
1 that fees twenty (he cents ; Provided of. unless disc.h:1I"1H..r_____ _. .. .. __.___. or otherwise dislfsed enacted, That the com rthte
shall I. .1.
t, np be allowed any justice of n ... '-" ." un: tUurI. shall be allowf-'tl I,,: fl....... ..n..... n ____ _ .
I lug witness the peace, for swear- Sec. 4. Hc it further -- -- -- -J "VIII" U rtUSOnarHe compensatJ..I SLr
any In suit their
a trIed services -
before enacted Thc
h'm. That : clerk
..... c',. J For taking releGse i greater or oilier fees any officer c-"eling shall be entitled to two dolly t;,( (
i = or relinquishment ur in other issuing such notice
of dower any manner than is and the Executive
.- one dollar. by Jaw, shall be indictable pro\'i:red for Le officer of the court; .
,. \ fr extortion, and finable entitled to fifty cents, for the service l'1
r.1 NOTARIES in any sum not by the jury, of the same on ei'ci ,
Shall PUBLIC, exceeding one hundred dollar- or shall be dividual therein named, to be paid jointly of
,1, receive the following fees : to pay the sum of fifty dollars liable by the owners ,
I properlY.Sec.
"..... For protesting Hill of Exchange before a justice of the allY l person suing for the s nie. ,
:!Its registering the same, one dollar. or promissory note, and I Scc. 5. Be it further peace. Bc it further enacted, That all acts and pI1' ..con

enacted, That in all cases where acts, inconsistent with the provisions of this be and the S itateIere'
tacro Noting: Bill of Exchange for cution may issue from exo- act, ,
non. in arc hereby n
court this
any repealed.
\: J f 11 t l fifty cents.Administering. acceptance, or nonpayment the court or justice or thc Territory, tht- clerk o -
peace, hall Feb. 9 1332.f .
Jrate \ oath all the append thereto a bill of
{ twelve and cOts and
a half charges, to Le
.1to For. writIng and taking affidavit, twenty cents.five cents. ting particularly and in detail each paid and by the defendant' item.t enumera APrROVEA Feb. 10, 1 8 1 1,
For ever
t t 4111. ; attending at Sec. 6. Bc ) I
a demand it
sarne, tender or deposit, and noting the enacted, That it shall not be lawful 65. An ACT to fix the time of h'JJdi' the Superior CourU 4 :
y t"r', .t- fifty c hts.v. officer in for $
i I ... .._ .' ny thiJ:: Tcrritnt'n-- -J" ..... ."am.. .....aulJ.. ..J VI'__ 'Vestern ttiatrict of tllLi.1'crriton.... S. b,
: ditti : : fees, recen'c fcc
: vrlJollng protcst of captain of mentioned, allowed or .irks'
: vessel, one dollar. or provided for this
n j Forcxtendingsame, shall tender to the by act, unless he Be it ::1' Id
,, per 0' e hundred words, person from wJlOm enacted by the Governor and :
For twenty cents. such fee or fees Legislative Council 1"
gi"tcring g demanded be lpirlan
J lurr foreign a bill may Territory of Florida
protested bill i That
specifYing thc
or time
8he 1 For certificate protest, fifty cents. demanded. Particularly and separately the fees of holding the Su -
with courts in the '
seal, live western district Il
be >
f I twenty cellt:;. as follows : In the ra
i l'r'' IC f z KEEPErtS OF THE Aft Sec. 7. Be it further enacted tyof E.cambia, on the first : H. 'fhe
; Monday in and l'or
Shall act to May
:01)dc) determine ,
; receive for fees of the 1':
their certain officers In the ,.
services in of
thc following this county Walton th rtdry
f ( : For the tees ; Territory, and for other on st Monday in flay and' .I
or approved 22d purposes
copy t.ansJatlon \'cmber-In
of every paper or document November 1828, and all other laws the county of 'V n ton, the firstt3fon' 'rail
,.,. :,e r : one hundred words, twelve and per to officers in this Terntorybe allowing fees Jnne and December-In ; on '"":'-..
a hulfellts. and the the
same county of Jackson the 8 Iddt(
For arc o.
each Sec. .
11:1. official 8. repealed.
certificate under seal Dc it further enacted Monday in ;March, and third in )WIr
: twenty five cents. fh.t it shall September-In the cou at f]
trm not be
L J for any- officer.. ,.iailor--- --- .-.V.nt..1".. u, 6_ _1. lawful l Franklin,, on the third__ MontlAv in .! .....::1 .._.t 1'\6Lu _..-1 JR,
...1" ..' lUARSHALS .l" LV l'uargc f n ---.J .u .plll UIJU vClouer.DUU -
'.... AND SHERIFFS 'rerutory of FJorida. any es against the of
\ county Fayette, the
f f Shall receive the I on second Monday in April and vr'
I :-::I follling fees for theIr Sec. 9. De It further beet
services : enacted
For ; That
l lit 11J..t --, levying attachment sections of the second and
{ one dollar. an act to amend third Passed Feb. 9 1832.
an act to ,
: ;x r > service; and return of officers of determine the fee= of '
j' For every process, fifty cents. Territory) and for other APPROYtD Feb. 10.183g
etf!; 1 recording each execution, rive 7th November 1829 purpose, approved No. 68. -
For twenty centi. bc and thc same are ACT to incorporate the Trustees of Bethel AciuJe f.
::id.lior ( : executing a peace or search warrant, one dollar. hereby repealed; and
h I. ,\ i words each copy, when required, .f not e tJceeding one hundred tl at no officer shall empl9Y a Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legi.dative C

h,ry. t eighteen and three fourth :Judge and guard, except by an order from of the
1 t For cents. such guard shall Dot receive the Territory of Florida, That James \Y. Gilchrist, R.

I.::ell' ;,. cent every succeeding one hundred words twelve and a half cents per day each. more than seveDty-live : N r. Davidson, James Wilson, Banks lUeacbnm, and Daa

F tl, i It i" ... :" For Passed Feb. 2, 1832. Keenan, and their succes.:ors in office, be and they are ,
f.I.r, r.oM.' every arrest, one doJlar. declared to be a body politic and the
IJ.J .1J < "See tertiA ate of chief clerk at the end ApPROVED of the Feb. 10, 1832. tyle of the Trustees of Bethel Academy, and 3S such name&t sbd .

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