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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 13, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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System ID: UF00079927:00013
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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do11ar : bC: discontinued unless. at the option of FOR CASH. a

)rtlMf1. J.frcllJ1\gCS i are paid.Jdcerli5ClllCfltS __
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IJ1t5" i11 he (( picuou-ly flHEsubscnber, at his new store, comer of
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insertion, lUllfin
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for thc JL son and .Monroe-sfreets offers
EquaTe for sale '
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.Y' ftr c\ch' subsequent : "l"AISSEZ XOUS F AIRE.'h ..C HI general, a han I Isome assortment of ihe follow

;,.;tnts iil be j continued until forbid, unl olhcrlalllcttcrs -= _-_ _-,._-- ___ .___ -_. .' '.t":'_ -:: '' p .nam.s1 rich's! ,o he nvst reduce! r.rioes f-r cash V for%

::, SfJllcntS flcrtiL1t and) communications to the} j, mYSU'Q wat f Q m 4gEL) IDl-lIDJJrPJ aU9 aQOO ,. faQttaa r t QlfX1)NEWjOOD& DRY-GOODS. a St, ,

ft.1-- TCCCjVC alienNOTICE. .
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'f 11'J, 111- us tt'Lc paid, or they ;tiit :,lks, Ihai, *rhsht:081l! Italian Lhteatnnc, Black
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F A.LL Lu duc.iUlJ.i I\rc net, Blue Green, Pin and "hile FJorrnces
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guIlIcn' Figured Silks in Ins
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ADElGLETAVERN
variety
".,. t ,. I'oplin, Silk V d't'Cuttnn ,
( .,Tartan Plaid, Furniture
Cahirn
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iinJerriffned, adn.inHratrix. of tlc:: 1:- JOSEPH JLADB 3i Sacks Bart liJ5Vect Liverpool Superfine blown SALT.o FLOUR. Black Lasting; tt>binct and thread Laces, IrishLmens.Supuior 1

ciiF Adair late of Leon County, cle-I Ha-s CuKFEE ea Island Cotton' Shirting, Plain and figured Jacohl't'It ?
\kxanJ r at Swiss i and Book Muslins 4
jJ1 110t fit. shawls, worked
slV notice that she will PITM-M I 3 R.ies JUia;SUGAR, (capes
; dresses handkerchiefs
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) cfl'hv sotllei.-u'tits 1 t II.'Ji Irer' eii b 7 U.Irrels.Ltu p Ditto. Calicoes, Gjn hams, ynnketns ,
nt." and vouchers lor ; HAS ittei > tHe MIIUUIJLT: La- 5 Brown Holland, French Brown Linen Furniure .

;T tt) be lK-l.r on ilo, third M-ndy:, I I :. V l'I.I .el', and iop'pl ndld, a fOtii|>iviuviHkof 50 KeaSpfiAccc DaggtjfPLuUGHS.>, 'imity, fine Cloths, Cass-imers and Caasinetts,

C tncNt. ELIZABETH. ADAIK.{ >"orlifinPriKluce.: i.jn.ciricst L>ry-Cio.>tls. "-oi 2 white and Red Flannel, ie cloths, Sc-tch and Rus-

., 3l 1I3)} "-011'I : A nionbirh arc Liverpool salt, mackerel!, (Z\. iKiiHi -.) 10 IjixesEA7 Boxes SOAP sa; .'....;n... C''q'nl...,. *1i: I.. -

J 1nU a.\. i Irish i."tai.cs; ; K' d (al!, in sacks-3 :sj-i t ndnj ,
L.tll\GL Y IkU'i;1 Tp Ui( i:.:s, jiaju; nioaMux-s, 1 \llilt \. aa r- TK : '. has taken that spacious% nnd splen .Apply to HARDWARE.
1J : brick tenement: in Tallahnssie, lately occiipi- TAYLOR & KLEIX.
pails, hrpc lot nf tin and Picitih
A\UIC iron
IK btcci I II .... !h y Capi. John' Downer, which, )liaxin-,: rectniU >t.J.irks, January 31st \\2. 24lf. A hr!,. and extensive assor.men, of Hardware.
III re&.de: al \11111.W'lIn.: ti I fl1if ':si ll\c liin, nines, coflciTtiba t'O of varii its k iiiU.1Ii1siiiitIi's .j>-
t.1111i1nlr I been rcfittul and furnished in I the most c<.mpleie | sistini; of Knives: and Ferkes Pen Knives
nian-
TILL ,
wIll attend' ) allY 7 l.r..1t "',"111'"I etiIjI ; : 1 1 oi.l! \\i\\\\ niij.viixtd patent \ i is, a MARSHAL'S SALK.Uv Vntue ol a writ of P""lIg, .'
"l I fUreh. tier, is 110'- nnd' the name .!1'i I the i to me directed I Scissors, Razors Locks, Af-ers,Chisels, &.'., t-peiher : 1
I.. Xt ; hall
iiardwarc
"rcll5"'r Ul f ieciIt ('tlUIII\I I Ijavlary \ery ( eltiSt H sortnsent Liiirli andi > expose to .
\. ;" Jcii"r ln' iOtfn ( i i/ % "oii.. '. SPREAD cnuKTAVERiV I 1--. itlur rash tafJwLi iiivt bidder, beor( the door wilh a CDnij cte assortmen: of carpenters PLA ES. 1
I. ). .nust)< a good a-Mirinien: of Drug, *"/- ; of
"II' _
.J- _ _ _ the cllurt.lloce': b the .
: ('illl s, faints, .-c. lioilin! r'iler oi'v cry -ood (quality. Open I for; I thi reception of l Tiaveihr.aial i linardcrs.ThisIJOTKL I'I tn\\"n ul .Moi.tieeiio, on Moniiuv;
1 'I'IL'1'OR'SN 01'1 CLI1I al.le 1 I lie Iil"1 of..31aJ'cl!. .ad I the nght title claim and interes't BOOTS&SIIOIESftn
-J5 I : atli ill Mii.td lioxi, llin.-iii, b.iie roj-c, "' H.
r.IIo I.t t I ; till r lciii.nidsaiiai i.s; UK'au- I,ai.intr. ( ''siialn.r: hs, hai:. "iWl>, 1l nincl.>, ('il-\Io. i.iC. C, ix. n. W. \\ iiiani: *, ma j p.sni'.n as in any I of I.a..t Li;l.t:T.. T)1ienl". to a tract of land l\in"on the A Iar :e assortment,, of Baltimore !
Wbec-
; blahillll idi! ""'J.., arc "ltJ1 l't.t t lo p:( s, ntr I Ir :tn 4'X It isivcusMirlincnlol lanry good&and rcauy nude rtnnal to thebiisiiiess and J pnpuhiii i n "f tli- ( '.ras A. 'I. 2. R. 5 \. 1.. E.; ;j. I J j
hhJ1tI anti
r *i1'C T''v aUIt.I1JLt'; : .l \ tI i'nn' I I he lime 1'1'( cl'i d! bypit" d.lIll1l1: ciiuld I I. kc'TI.d ; and i'" iso h>squ. Iii!i d t f'.r the "j>ur- ; oI1jec.2tl.<) T 2. K. 5.L levied; on'' 1\Er-Y'HI f made iUDJ

VH| ill' 1 l'.rcvr I li.irrol, and :hose iiuUbtSJ :) -, II! h u> t\vo Mhoomirshich I hc alctdau s to run I II ln> : I p.-s-c uf a I public! house, I hy sis i nuLl to l.irktiuii.":111":111 CXeCntisn, nJl/eI. Lucy 'f(>agul': and \\ III. tD:: uctjii I
trtht.) ilsalllk "flun''I f! ieco\e.ed .
0 < i.ni'. .n.-rr-ouo-tid lojiMlcr. luynunl withi I j.ot ;ilJ I o I'la'I..1.. .New -)/lrk dining tins sea' II ; di'-us inn ri"r arrarp-meni: II\t'II11; l I"1: ('i.iin, i m Jrlfe-.MUi. Cuurlly'Ul'fflf'f S -.t .L..3U. a u ami l 'nI:( ? )
'aoilut I i |prol".r\ 1"'IItl.d
| out the
B l Il.ILAUIII' alltIJ\nirtt-d ant-w wan-liousr, i s to sake li.ui. lii.\ddili | by Plaintiff.t.\ '
111'\1.\-0 : tT: uatiy .the.se advantages, the Wltl.r-:_ :

,. 1aV uaIi. 24tIItpiI1N 1 ":. _ _ .__.J'. _\._ I'oiion oii' rorHt'J and Iii( '.ti adx-uict-s: n n, ..1I ,. u. ed is determined te-merit tin I! 1.arul.Iof, I t1:,.' p;. iIir| -1 within the hours A I.rtU.lJ.n jin-scnhed l>) law I, lll.K. d. 'ii LHTS AND CAPS: b .
; nun'i.VMti.a!! I 1"':e ainouni. \. iti JLy a liberal} p1 ice which be takes his ocras.i in losobcn, l by ?,. for
respecttrlly. THo L:. I I :i ( 1't
SALE.- 'I I001.1'11. | ii:4Iit1tlik ,
IS'fn.\'rOlts ; l.lth 'lar..It,1. e
i'r: :lci! ( : 11"'II\ ; mm! tt' l 16'1 I Iy 1.\1 &liirflh11'I1) atti'ntioii f i nort and t "j"y-| ,
_ ___ ___ tlrc'llll" I'clerniry 21I I : !
.L-vt 1 ;j.itf: ,.I11| : ilio "'"I.i",1| sqit min T,.!iai.a--! ;ELtic'-' L0\\H FOR CASH A\ !) ineiit I ft his iiets: ; by modi ration and stiict :;rd J! .most t fashionable! IIA'IS & ( Al'S of f f ,

-tav'h- 'H..f M J ,..'h, hue Ncsro l ciricins tUlt CEoIJ rt-.Mtlariiy i his char s. I I 'I o'llC.I( : .- 'J he t'MdeiMmn' 'd coiiii.n.s.soiifrs| iI-, e. I p1

.''I..< ,,:'PttfV'll..';i-1il"yVhiul.ur} .t .I..J. Athis table, will alv ays lx (1"" the la'i \dlirl 1: 1 ;'oiii'i: u liy I .he Ic t-.civ.-'' ...111.1111111\.1', '| i fie act c'nm' $

rh 11L.11.11"IIiTElIlH.rr.1 ,. 1R & SfL libLS, ( e 'iroll-t to lie ml.Iand: : ajic nt country ''.id, his bar \\ il ti I I I "an.u. :1 1'\I\/II'lir t Ill"- :1.1 edy :sriilrnicru: I.j GROCERIES.

1Anlardjl. : .Ll. 1": ::?. _ _ _ _?.j\\_ ,,g. :. !.(-Ji. J'\.\,, m line ,,t busin, ss, V. ill M-ll s'.ippln 1 dx I ith \lrily.f I the I..i.t i I liqimrs i it I for i all .an a.s dI!:i ;.lu: [. rritury sat' I'Jur.-d.u: appiovid i'e- A iarir!: > t< ck in all t aritty. I
{ -isTIAT1Oh' ,. ill'I..C' hisiables; cxjurifiicid and altiliH' ( 'sthisaii-! j>n.vidrd. .- biiiiify -:! I 1Mli: r. l,) -jic noire.:.
SALE. Y'r- o-r< til'", dair dIf
j.re.Miiisi. good
i ha ...
I .ui /: /bavin ,
pei
ill :; Wl'IIIIlll.r claims of FILOUR.
-1'1 I ol t an\
: CIlCr1 a.ss.rtincut suitid the
A-II'iii !'Iw t1' ''"*' '!"'''d'r' al\ \\lt. 1'tc!: to consumption Kind ul.ali-\er whidi 1 1FiHy
I he UK' \Jz- l.est 1 1 I those! Iio\ fvt'r, who JM!v \ i'il T:.! "a"si-e:, ;u.t'I'htlp.i.f' ] I.( the .ii'lh 2So\
Ardi'.iwld (ir.ilruu d]cM.in ( ail.iit! L'ounI'ufMl.U''In2U cowry, si l ou'd' view thin and : notice aa men I 1 I.H.I aie i ri 1
to ih
C je''i bii-.H-fins and hqiTrs, Dry-Goods 1"s srrizIl and I public, rII\'rl j 1'1"I''It'/Il I in lo I lt.< Banvl.- ( 'J IUI' 1; \\ \vheat
;: G. !I );' ofiarch next, l.vt lik. iy :as'tsits 11',1 t i..nl\\i\re *L LIVI' ,lonuula prescribed \by (\--1"111"ti --11.1 occasions. '|F.J III liii.-.i-;i.i it ,,11111' It Ion li.e !Is: uinl'1 \I...:sex I.H- | flour. .
rpuoland "l"Ilt'hcl''t1reItlls
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'J 111\1)-! ki''\\ II <)ili. the d.ltlf i .Lt ; df n.diy' of U ill '
Tenns : ( projiric'or i rfsjH-cifnlly to nnd jmivefor 1'1" <.. iiiniir L's J'I\\
i.t&i hoist
) 1Jlr .
and sin saddle > im'ill.th'l l'al AL
u-
Vrot s
( : JIIc.. To eihi nhB"E .. O. i
'.\IjS IL UILILJul1I'tror.: tin .
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Tll! t '! : n-seiM-s '!\- ac 11\1"'I"lil'1T.I I i\in: I s.iiiie.ll :
I ::::' lit rd I t or ,a'ral 1iIOils.. '2t:;If I '
1'1' ,
'1i 1-2.:* 2tj\v: y x .Iq'1 'I. r'. \ ; .\ lorini' r I and iZ1
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r.
: present
3i.mnrrJM ITf'\ ( /s, or oth r :
persons, Satllrry( CYuck-iy {!h1(1{ {;flassrave
>.rc> t
1'1"r.ldl"t''lliIIC thai i.n the :30ih: .t J
fliMTbo\J- .
1 AW NOTICE.inAULF ; o.ij
] 1AIIiAL' SALL. l5y \iriiic \iiubi-rJasi. win' iiideb-; (1(1 the tirutorv < l L'ls.- Tinvnrc, Lookinir) ( jlIiissoSuh, Ready

> T"E, will j.rucice: ) in the Courihil \ i :j a 11s< 11 1 i .11. all.: :il..' dtiutnd I I Ih ..11exjiose rida, ai i. a'-o! iK.nj;. d lo ''id1".'_. uicnt of .aid thbi h nuule I-
tjadl!' n, Jackson, Washiii-jioii! and) \\ ur II I- AS t I M> lie iiiMici'-oijieil., btt.'ic ( clothing, > ti>tionary! &c. &c. !
., < j.lI r.e.4.t'u and oilfrs lur >ale.s t'; sale: < I .he >hnd inond.iy\ in .' .ir ru, m xt, nlill'IOllf 1 c'lIor ;l.c lust say: of A.a\
"' l -rni'"y ""'irinrJSH23313 His oifice is at it aforc-s.iiii: or il.i \. ill l lc'I". ost d i.\ .. E.u'1 rLLI \. '
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'If" < Cluincy, all slit ii it audmen CIM tt-r tinsuo< .
r I II..C111 forty aw a::, made; iiy .\,1". John fchli-j :: ril. dail, : ;
) ; W, triorida. tusvith Gcorjjia., 'si i of Adam llun J f T, in and .. (f<,llnwnt'! IMCI.S; (. Ilsos5i.ir.tt1.. .s in prsuauco: sat ilti.s hoiic'-, mi;". T.tlLdtassecavem6'r l.iih. 1 1831. 13tf I i

j--. I' 'I. 1 ll'f.J: Jtiron\ I'1' land, Viz :-lot .o. 3, .,'rio17.. :-ix, 1 lil 1 I. \ ol f post |:l.ilil, I.r .hi} A. di l.ot be t.lkl-li ill.lU Lid p isi S i r
\\o\\ \ Plough- mice.
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(G. & 411AuLiiiinc : : 1; 2\\, 1":0" J l.sccti. I $M: ,. ::0\\ I-|I'I| I 1. : U 2,.\' AM1IICAi f

J ,,1'1'I'I\'t..I "., C t iron dol'ii .ot No.; e i"l 7, to\\n.-hip/ i 1 I. I I! : A. aNo, I ht JA.:\J:.5 1 D. \\-:>TC( 'TT, Jr..bccrei HOtEL. .; I ,I

\I" .iieiLon now ('I'IJl'il d ) tin saidlliin-, y. ot i-'loriiia. .
.IIPd .\11I11'lLT i11J1l"n'f'IH : .
,f' .k. .m ; >h Urliansl'lour JOIIX '!
: K. CAMI-IEI
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an -3sesii' isli ; e r a. >f:w klll.'un'rlll .-- ,
!I", IVlar :-'l.e Culk-r: .:"iii. STORES: .in\ai>bcd nai.is' l l .
e in (iadsiteiieoimsy; sup. riorci-uit., ha'e within .- isi'i. AH'V.'v ";. 1'ist. .
(u l jv, r.rk T..b.II'1I.Al 1I 'li li.lUiI, ::. ( I ,, s. 'Ill.il' I the hours pn scr.bcd I I by lav. LE>LIK .\. niOAfl; r-0>,
2,<.nI". -utLw4CV! i i LOCI!, II 'IJ. 11 Ar-ditf I .
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T. E. Jt.X fH ILI'P. .MT-I.;:d. it't V.a.! 1 J'a"rv.; .

:(, Pamlni'M I'L'VS! JI i. \ Lv, Jt., \jt 1Lt.** c\ IvAiNDOLl'II !1.' !hr..,-. v I 11t' '."'.0, :/, s 'Tall 1 11c! ih'i.s.---, Februarv l'>' 1&:;:. 276w ,.t,5s4aS 'I. .

Itm( I s IKvsjM| 'is tlir ij:h'iiii U.e I it'trii will (

50) Hut. WH1SKKY.Magis : I, havniiT; "is"!.u-d ticii.sri\ s > u.; tlicjitaclicrof .M.) ,'; .'. -i .\ .' .1 .M' "J, i I I i.tII! I \ .u I'.a I itin: and i lui \ and i ihtir t'' c try.lulls to.1\1'tin nfitf rtfr&32-2 = h- i "a

, :: !F, 'I'. i-t II' 1 ":-2. SjjTcrsonsTnuVhl'd :'t f. I MKOICINJ. olic; I tl.nr Pllllt''o-'lIlll| "I ; aila as.Me, 1\1.I I bh lr'J-2.; \ 1-i<.nili:
) to li.f-i 11".t'rilll'r a(r if n''lk'ct- scrvici.s to tin* nli/eiis-i':; |I 1 TallabasM-i-I (I 111- ) I C1 til
i is licri-l.y f.R! f'lI to( ( 1-1 rlnIIE Subscriber
lu'it; ni'iro'! i-j.IC liiiincr; l .1\1 J J S l'1'ICI--I I : he re"p'''fidly informs his friends, .
.f.irl"i'I""I"cl: to rail a lid :ci tic: their :ICl'lllIutstither cuniv. >.uii\inir room.J.ijnary I 1I/II1'si !1Pi"I rl'nllIi--.iolt.J' : .
; .11 oe.Jloril.': I'linhasi; of |1"1." m tl.e iiy : X" Liji. 1d iin s t .1 UI : tin public !III- rally:: il ls.'t f J.f' has rfnud! the a
t act *
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11IIotl.. or otllt'f\n*>l'. I : : 3d ls3i. i. -'Ill..' ': :iliaiii--; ami :u.dti i n to I the Mine, ;.irti mil."sin t py at >t.Mail: ,. "lIli\.t" r'Spectin! : ih(' public jm .'rr commodious! bi-il-l,_ > n tht "Wcht &!il"! t.t the f

FREDERICK TOWI.E.Janunn l.l.AldiJiU\ i i JL.I. .- amounts dm, 1 be aid into this I llice ('11 orltl'-n; I Ir2," hen I b ivc lIojq.-, -pjiinvtil F.rlI''! :: '' I li'.n l'q.illli111:11".", t f- rnurlj < r:< npitl l asa lays rn by John}

17111 1312. ::1tj. IM the I t first tl..1' .\i.ii cli ne.\i, tin c'nin i ib,:.iOl"'j''i" l ,. I of .\ ) : :. I thai he uill! a,n lIlt I st sLty I 'u11t'1'. The UOIIM: Laving until r:one a th rr.nrh
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lU1", ,. a J. itii (at I' an act of the I: : 1.alif'1.IIIH.jl' !, will be' IIII- j I it/a.i.t: asks, iin; tar c:.sl',, a r. |...>ir, \, ill !Ise r- .uly for lit: reit ption of Boarders and

FRESH GOD &!& 'IU'iMAS IJOL\I ES.I Ihl1cIICI I 5 plan- I i'c! sasre ill I the hands sat'I I the Dstuitiirney : : ," I jiuiiiie auction, to I III,' hi;:l.e.st ISIS.-r, all the }prbiic: ". i I ;:t'rs' If :I1C 13lh inst. 'J
I ar) I 17, 1--11. .I.. iLL. t.i..n-, ti.e w uai s I, Xe. llnn.it. ,
.or i"iKcii..n. 'I. It. IM''I"! ( =IS", i i.i i be l.\ciy tenUUI.lll I JIIl' [ \V. REAVES.A .
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.b.\L' ( iiimissi, of tin ..1' T.II1lhI5- 1' I 1 .,'' i..pp ; 1' '1. I'
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.011W 1-'h' niiiikn l-'ninily Let.':. '1 -: 11'1: ili--.III'r| i ra- .1.ssi.. tl I fi '.iii listS : j I.T I II l>innii M..titrnf F r; ;. Marks.lliiiassef I .1.I..Ir.:1.8'1"- '.' .k .ii' :. GOOi?e." .

5" l.Vf! TU.NGCr.S, i .iv; flfijl"1; sit{ he ->nt inv loi'rt If Lu n Loiuny .1. TU'rI Cl Tlic !| __:' F< bruary21st,: ] .:.}:. 2G1 \ I ) "
5 Kits' sounds andKf5sGoslieiiUn"M TUIIlIn;, nit diivct. d, 1 siiab ( \j"'k. III -c |1..1 i.isli I fill tIlC-.I;! ) 1 I .T .- l I i.iMlfisiiriiLHl. ( ( has. : ,

10 ) 1. 1 1'1Bics !, the I 13th: dao 111'i ." r..h), jju [-..lJl1al(1'la.. i1in! 1'1 ...t '(p'I'| nl.i. tut awl ,ti!!'.r-\: in 'fact 1.. r i I S.t nKl.. ;.-Is lunby :in II, tl..'t Un.Ks of t scij ,,! :M))> G the :mrai, \ ir.fy of comls! received tins It (

) rn sli Uuin-h UaMns: t .t) a'l f '. ; !4IS'CC se\cril: n 'ia I' St. nsttn: i.fniiii. ;;. S .Jia.i.l.nid( and: l'ain-h (,II'.t'r, .nd the luiisi I :J..al" .},fr.ipnil tiK-k of ihi C 'nira! Lank; BL 'iiy; this st.t.s ti, .MIU winch: are ntlt red* 1 l"w for

1'1"' I'i1tIe-, .-(;.111 n, auJ chil'Jr.i!: ; 111'.111' .'>, a |f"")K-y, :t.Iul -- I alt t (: arles ihains: n, and ,is inirus! (( d witiithnn: j 1p ; .il i : .', \, ill 1)5.; .|'rlt" iu Ili ('II r of T.dI: !i.n.!M ,-, casn, ths'"No.-rk' willl.e I t r.-m..1! ai rhe new stored ihe subscriber :

S" London Urouii Stuat, S T:*<...i1 ii .u' c.lIlk.ccpalld t '"'--, : quaniiiy! cn .>f t tfpim t. eir) lands' in Kh nl.... All l JM.-I-MIII- are torwanieil ;.on..II, )l.I'h l' iPy: -f .; ,,.-!c I'I'\T} 1.:11,1': tIlt;; Slllnl,- Cloths,.ind :; lx 'l"u-! I"l r, ;' hsive: ( lot of Lucy r .;

,C.isksChc. M I and fodid, a \\.1..11 .1 .1 l a..,r, ('hin..i Ii n utensils, ommi tin: un: ie mi ;ln- :I"t., and tho! >f cU.sj-- j I .ni.i..H| I 1;. Ij.tmiu Cf;!h..::!, .. |H.{ Li. cnl! Jm| ( a. l.on.; CiJs'i1b; l'i"lit 1,1l1a'. ] they will men- .

HJ ; -h! Id and i\ (7J.lIl finiatu\ a.1 IT.imi III t/l /.111 ilia dosiionn : the suhcrlb! I (jaisait, JCII.a Inil K i i.n..v.i.r! | el 1''lIllllt'I'
.Pnlrpl! Chc'l. asils' [ $ [ c, ;: a ni.ll' : ) j plicntioiiio t r. v, 'j'nr-I blue! Ftiscd;
." pt. ..I.IOpp j l tJIljl.I Inl! ()f .ae ir\ t \ied ui-in: as :l.u jii"jcry: of R..o rI .. I Ii i- kl. } K- (III' i. As 1JALT7I' S L.vtl t |1sII 1! BI"I.I: : !: f.ri \\'. ''.*.V.i.li.u1NJl.1.\t'! I io.Super! ,, ,crape.in t Itt)i : ', Broad Cloths, ;

\U'JLLIA.v! G. UrUf.ESS. .aii..fy; sundiv \" .:Hli"lliz : "Ilt ill f.-v: r sal i'i i.ioin "< (.1,: I 1'. nn: \ 1 : L !I--:{-.>. -j.f I IN i UM-II..I- I I..ijw.mUl.C. \li"II,, and llenry: U.nu.m. .- l'.llf'l/l finished: \\--fJf
( England Black do.
T 11 ab, .(,. )(''''\l rr 1 lJh: |18H.: 17 !f ; '1.t: tat of ,..assir, o.ie in$ ::\\01' < f Chain, aw. : --',n"'rs.I...:. r ..t. a.-r: i i !i5es. ,.p f .J.iaais. tine Olive dd' ) rdu
i d
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Intjje ujiuiuiCourt lor; tIlt'! .Mnldin Jj it lrjct ne inl'.uorof: W 'il.i.-<-. Sal. wi bin, Tilt n- aih irs.: t 4 i (jlii.Uj 'I 1" > 'I- I i-ae 211- ( CiaairtoR!.-vn, do. f
Ii fJunJa T. K.: UAM] III 1 1 11 M 1.' ;.al. '
Leon County October Aimu s- Iil I. J) l h.\\Ct; 1 i,ILk G n cu, do.
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JERKIN PAOEETORLEAKS 'j"fj.01;,. ,.. I Ia. .kt j; Ii" II"II" i/l \t Ilsl'1; j I .H. i.<. t i.ecicd! '111 the m..s; Mv.-r.i.;I, ,"ri'till I.t ;i. rDrfi\ nitrjove cssrc'I(5issir.er! t # I
appli-
:1 .'.1I11-1 1 j> I In cliaziccrv. A;. Ai! .1--1 l 'I'cU.: .dm j is (IJ'l1 l I.: ta. >outo the .- u 'I'oI'ri::., r, i.m.r.tf. j}Its i r. u-etion ln.sur I -,, A \.Iridy of s-k::! V:;: IIS. tnt.p.tttll'u:.) t

MARTHA / I to. :' \ .1 ..tr.; and ::<'in iat.is* r u < in ofamonjwh.chai ; rce c.-mj.iny, iianlord C..im. client. J J'I Fl.,: halldk"fI'il t {::11!: "C 41t'.
JERKINS. -10 : ; ( -
) 1 'TU'Y 111'J,1I.I .
\' JL. : Y f ) \"v lire as.d lam' ,-.s .
\ ( 'I 1'1)11'J ] II n. lur tll'illi sat iLa nii-st be y t .a: ', J
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jt tpl' i.-ln. reuiru of t.- M.ti>ha; ", :,nd 1 11\, C \ -.a d l, ..ii'; s..iifactory ev.d. furnf-hidof J'n'ci"j y the 4 P. 7.1 n iliie !hi'I\II..I: In.in shirts, )
affida\ IWc. i
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fiicJ, t1atJII: tlla, Jrrkiiw :: j J 1IJ ,." do do
IdS nut 3" \ & ec,m ?Y. ,at'I iite repiescKicsi ,.1!, amlhi I ta':.n.. i..ialeiiaiMCUr 1.: ra nn,
JcfiCHu
tillS Terniory.I t is unlm-!, tit I jt" Yl .1 I lilt, npj.l.c.mt. 'j \\.v "h Ci'mtlim; ;ns' silk & \ie-in.Ialf hose, 0
Lie ;'ti'I.1' .1 H J V.J i;; : > "r.n' ui llif. ( '1=;1"1',
'IlaIJ Martha; d, IK iiti'vlit 1 d!"' Cotton 1111.11.1lO '
ti not apar and invir tin-i it.iit.t4i i .5 itsi; lairncs-ai'd l: ; pune:,_'hty in; i-e ;..ufillllllly ri- t
tJWjl4lJ1ilUb111 4'n, or 'lit f ne Lie; first .Mondav in !I \ h.\ LiA\, npi.mil: & 1L;>' '1 I.., ;;.:\i,_ i\- : s in.s i. i.m.in :irii'-l.;, |111'11.| ;! 1:y.. U. PLIM 1\ :. Sik! :asstt> silk:! ; .ht.cks, l.itc.s: fa lions. ,

ir1;) ucx III: said Lilt! If c.i.npiai. itjinl, j! c. .ir ni: accu<, \\ III fUll during] 'h' pnnt jsstiiiln I .lIn! Loaf i lautun.n: superior; V.'hltein laliahas'te, .\It. 22, 183 1. 27tfiNCi In ad.' 7i/'n to tl aT...-,. thC" ofi'ir a .spl.ndiil assort.mt '

alhl 1/1:11" II.t nut- II I N '.,-<>n a'l.tIIJar I I'a.-ket, Iii tue.n A.aunoba: and Vii\ c,/ .\s Un.1tit.; I. 15i<;rn- bujrar.llaaiut m f.f l:. aiy! nwde n.irhin.: : ianuIett'ti: ill the la. ,

C.IUft.i') UaMun :ll1"L"'d!! !, will be taken j pro ''! c"\-( neaiis.: Gi'.ods! will lie tdl-t-n 4.11 In aid, r: nI (5.tr5, : limn, fir:,. quainy. I ( l ACAJJE3IY.iJJs i j test style, the! \\-rl and TUlleriI.- of which rll'YHtr- I r
aiuljrclcvilicc..nlmtflv
rllrrJrl : : ; :lu.1 i, jlt lsIr.- j I (ai i ut I :1. .v arks, if n quired.! '1 lie Capiaii., d'st II i- '_ 1 oun)<: I Hys-Mi, Impt nai aiu: 1'lUdH' .I .i rant to h be inuiii':---C'.nM>ti-i of super him', I lack

U rrd, tai, ,; a coj.y of tlns'urdrr; lio publj-: I I Jj.1J.ItlC'. ui.iyt-.J,in. nds titrin.un: )t'i11I innr.ij: .n '1.111'1: I I f Li I in ,.i. I..' n w in 1.1 ij.tu 1 lur un. i-option .,1 j! : If'\I. l !n..tn" II ,l'tf t .I 1.i. I'rcs s f-..ItS, do T'"-<\_,

L1Io4Ij.;! IM.U-JWJH.T; lilt.iis Tern tcj'Y liCe) :i I'I .uitiadi-: ailjJ'rllJ1\I"'t-.III.'Uljlll' 1 a-II.IIIIII": i ..ub.-l I! 11 :' 1. RiS..H 'I'LAS. '1'.1., oil iht- i.r.st .,.i-r.ay if Jid) 'm xt 1, Uhll': i t .d" r..fI.' -. x.-. .ir\|! .d"'i! Vests, Fiorejw me MIk ditto

t.rrk .vrthret 1JIIIIJths SliCCl'J.h'!. ness rii.n.sd i s ;i'. I..> ('liaI'C. F.rfri-iihl or }}.is-a,. : IL.osil'! I: ( .\JilX Ca,':,.} 'h -'JCIJ"tl'IIIHllnulirLi.:: Ai Lin.tiul.. Vsi-ii.-a! :: ;.nni. Aiasi.tiis; all .f| which they will bell
A ilit'' A .tra' awl coniinodii.tisiuiiice i now !III" 1' ,..'sh.} i K.: 15. i. J. 1.;. ELLL
true copy, ai'J; } Tat :'l' ai" II" aru. I 1. A 1 halfbarri-N.( ,. : maily ]1' .
t. .1. ira aj, e>s corh. .
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.r e.It- .t- I i- 11 '--n .. -.'(II' I '.;;'.!I. 1 I' T 'I, r .\1 'h.I 1 I :. -. niwii ale aUti; IJII.lfl..r do. I piciiu. III I 1le: jI;(. '.uit anil Ilci.Lisy vilia: :e of Uuincj I I1111" Nt.iniibir; :2d S31. HtfWAFTED '.... ..
\t aiiti ni tin: : \ ;"' ; \ otmci| buauititu -
JA.MES S. LIXX .\. >-- I ne 4501,11 i
Cerk.: < Xirj niqu.titt.1 till.I. )
January 1)t" i'X. ii.J, l'h. I ran tn oinamid' 'nir. -pn-iatih: iaiosl ItS. i,
: 111 11 1S31 I\ > I. Lard Ijo,heii I
':1.JIIt r.1t I 'al I Jiiis t'r, (jFic.sii .I.u. dC" *'. I In :
II.t'IIi1I1.II} "lIiI iv 1 nit n will be Ii li.r
j
J. .1). \\l'otcult J iifiuk.\j.i 1\ 1 J ..d.\\ ( ...tI'. sla II S Jie"] LodlNb; sroiih J it'rrill .1.1I.t ai.inissioniiiti.ai.y t'OII.l": III the L IlLICIt Stall pnpir. li-r I "J it:: fLElU2L't & 1j. ;, i r
r. F. jj I '
VIJI tl, Ti) t. n i_. ra nin I.f': l..iiuiiMti( .1,1" 1 isinci, :and : fill ( ..u.ts! \\in.ir; sitttiiii u >ptrm Oil, I U.v Miid.t t any ot ilu liberal .rnfessinns. I 5;!I"lr!." ,as>i''! ill nilnbis.;. r.. A' J. U. L.. .
11\\'Et"Irll,' ,i. L.n\ 1..rllll'l'.jUJ'j 1 ] .:1 J-jl.rult.: 'I 1 J.L V V in ..a--ks.n CUIIII y CM I i i.lid.i. I Ins Miice' >wie.Oii, A-\v \ ork IIr.l.tlltd 1, "i neuiiioi, | S

tht.14tt't ./1', 'If.I J. ,;.rillel' i. III 'J J .:L.tfa.i ,:...., ,II'tJ.. I... '.. <-l'ls 11 Mix-el I oppnsltr I lh.lt. nl tin' .H' .lsUr.N. : L\ rti< oi i.nu oiown! ah I las; t.-nleiise. 51111 hilt r of I tht aiumion]'il'aiI.., and win to I i-e.rcVtIit paid to extravagant I he morals "alltl111I11t'1'IJ' "1. COTTON.JOSIPHLARD t

al he" Pu:. .tj'j'i 1teIiie.ia B:1) BII"'IIlhH.tautJ i:. Ail nisuiinnnis'
tlt'lItta.J! to tl.t'll1 HI IiI} uf I lie. CHI n It" l'illrJo1t; t the I rlf'tl'.tIt t nJon to their leal; '-(' '.ley. Spin s.i alii) iiail >1',111'11In., ; ; .. r, or ilu pi.ucip.il 1 will I be strictly applnd tothepirxt I 1:

: Iltlln:: CfllIUl1es of {,..aIL.i ':r .\I 011,111:1:: \ d 1 1 1 .idanasMT, .1 11m 20, I lti;i>. .'}-;U."IT Fie 1 Ji i imcu i ai-nis, l ii. s, 1'111.11:0Iwllw, !,. i : [ "e', ami I within the 11I1.J 'scribed.'i .
1I'Jrat"lIdtcl
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I.. A. >.3.i.lg3 1 |. fiotf \1.. I'l I UA; n.i.-s \U J ICL.- -\11 pu.x.ns with vaney: I oti.irs 1''IIII'l'hill1'1') article 1.1 die I he principal of the JII.1 tUllIIlI i-: a jinsltn an of hii iI E

GEoRGE S. 11A \\ hJl\:: J SLitt: i : cl.iim& against the < stare of the laic sii4.at .JiOULKV Li.NE. I 'r.d i uucaiii'ii, anil baa ac
& T.tJI:: L | I .U [l tit i c't am required% to present thun dul) 1 'l.a ..A .;_IJ .lIhl I i-.'.lia Mie L"i': r<, nee ami 1ejaiL.Ltisafl] in his Jlrolc --i'llI. !

:: "wcounvrtfc.ra L.i-:: :.uriu..a.;. au.lhUlil'4I.ulill.lIl1w. tune puscii-ed by law, <>rt II .'i.l 1 1.' >li.OKI v .'III, .is iiiijH.i.i i-ii. country (I II.lH'i.clllt. '1 he ilistni:uiaiie. healthiness sat the, village ..Iltllhet'lleal" .

tnTLfriVnTU'h -.1a'II':1r\ ';'i- 1--)1.:; 2"if I I ,-\ v. dl I I I be f n vc'r b.t rut. .h''M iiidrhnl I I :. saidcsiaic.ir. i i.II"I l, aux Uraitt.y; its a. -Ilo. ''/. do. "'s.s ol uoarihnu, an: amon?<: tin many adianlae. '
.- r ( s ; to nii-kc inruedlate; till the l Is .is'S of "ill jiirciae! 400 bales cotton. As it i is> i hII' theNonhern :
--Slx \\'t'eksiiiur i iLa ( Jt 'I pavnunt. .5 iamucaSj'nils, 2'ew Ln;iaml I Uiim, e. 1555 } I at t n this ills:it ut is.n, ami tin .

apphra.lfo; : \\jl1.I"t; tltHle llw htle. LEAH RU Il. ) < >:i rtc lila d ionoii-iht; la whiskey, commo-i: do. '1 1tLstt't..s 11.1\C exi-iy rea.a aihal ale a.ssiirance i tl.at t tht market, sfr.| Balo! anti the latSt quality .

jQ Vl fr 'Itttfrs uf lo 1111111111-.11: !I"' 1f1 I iI"'-ji" !f, f L. 'e' iLl. J. CH I J. ) Administrator. \jnj1.1: .A rit ily .\alll: ira oft cJr.lfL iv in bullies.i esaI.Lc.tr} oi .In nusiiiution will nienl a 1i.er.tll'tllr'.I1- will be prefertil. He has erected! a large and con

1:.Et.<.! ). u,!, I). \idvii !'p -'i.. Of '' ,all.., :l'j."; UII ;, < Lfont1 .1111') rel'nrtry Hit.I loJz..__ ._ 2GSwISSOA.U'1'ION I I Il ." .. _.i "(5). ( i.iii; ditto. I aie-' fmiii the J.ud he. n'lIil'1I1lrt'IOltH' at \lacni.ha, and! is prepaieJ .

"dltrCnlllfi I : J. cljnuiry 7th IS3:. 2.r.waE' II vI I OF i.PAt'1'- < !'Id-tin pr 5-sit" macliraiidy l Ii years old in us at ties, 1 he terms oi Tuition in the Alathimaiics j and Lan- to do all kinds of Storage and Commission 'tnisints.s i-

D! : I" .51551 a lar (' a :"j'llllJlI i < f I liA'Jr CATS, 1lll( b, :- U.I"I saix in I do'l.ir pir iiu.ir.er. -\\ilt nuke adxaiicesin cash if reijuired of k

'l'lA1tU..( li sy l 1 s I I 'in CDJIJ..IU a 5111j i. lei i n t xis Ladi'sand < ;i'irh: l 'nieifjiShncs, Heady m.ide clothinr, 111 tIne Euihsis l.lt-l'al"tlJIt'III, :d c1a'. SG t 2,Iwr fir. tlut-r iliuuiia, ita alOe on Lotton deposited with -

J.il J. : o_ iniiier List linn of .... %. '\\ lr."h.:1', ( >soiluoiiih \- 3d do .. ((JO do. '.
Ile IuilsC1ilr, lhr< I in u J i-iinsisinn; !par 1 Iy of > uj-riiie:: Cloth ( s'" >, i>">omil > per him tiir; shipment. lIe will ship to IJo 1Juuv- :
,'a1uii!-at t'v1vi ditll.ir:! .did, li!'> day of Janu.-ii\: 1:1.1)!: | liy l"ILltal coii- s/.es.ind c<.1 1 III''. Ar:lIla 1'roek ditto, a l tim article i for Payable! at the ('lIJ..f I the I arm I whin the subscription York, Baltimore, Charleston, or ISew-Oileatis.! ."
fc. in. Hither: ol l ilu- i I and I
:
r. anil t roundabouts quailcr.Application
ttd as 1 f Suimi'er! ( ar, youtii: Uij.s coatees -
Iloxvsby Thf.ni.i 1 ...J h.. Magnolia, January 17th la3-2. 22tfKEGl
\\I.JlIII.: : lnoifc : close the buaihc&bol'' conceru.MAlfJlNUHOOKS. I cloih,, casiineri": and sa t islet PanialiMinstar- lor uumisaitm to I be made! to the Treasurer. -
ytm,;. a.1 ; i11! *, aj'J >; ,iiuul t i iteeVi1 it I-- -
.j]'pr.t .
c., III\ -.iC': awl V.ilencia \ A few lri! h Liiii-n;
1t h ("tlflll of IIc ;'t ('IIIJ't'lnlll e.sts. isies'CS > LA ** PA( Ii I'/'I' t
kt' \.hr.I' lh. itllli' \ ILLA '- UUOt.KS. f.n; l'Jt: I. ( l bndl Feathers( ilpiifssUH-riorboi JOIlNA'lIiAN 1OB1Su:
': l '! < ] I prcs- I I
k
7lr< > apj I ]1'I"O\l'j |I-; N.ACII, '
tr : Ollf') dun v1iii. 5.1',\ iIa! -, February 2*1. 1 l-:-) 2-sif si d U.pn.il, 1 an.r.-One box elegant French J llau- L.: 11. ut' < VI TO NEW-YORK.

k ':"lIlae kft : lll'JIKl('r-'l: tiiilJift cov. nwrki-d wldl.t 1 | u1f bALli.-Tiic iollo\\ tracts ,. ;!!. : P.II"r, of, ..11l'I.ltetawillotI'1'ro; *"id paitin-.s: ; I!I ,\-:\i. .NORWOOD., } Trustees.
WvnTai and fast Daniel Webster
iinic .f aI', II"LJ :F' lug J Jnf. 'i I 11. UOO'lEN, The good t sailing schooner
hug 11"1 Cdlf lU t Ij.lj'o.alld'IUl.l.s'! ..al'lIIl'aHc] Ula, hili::, alill aarii I ly
Id n\ll1l-a.:( (,f ill ;iiff! to said: rm oi ,,;.'<'eis '.! Lath..5 M.U.I.id I .:''C achs. n III III r ar icn. .s 11"1111n' to mention-all of' which !i IIE.ItGEE.. Captain LEWIS, and Delta Captain Hoer,

? : :e. of bUtl: Ul 1'1.\ c.w UIJ,", 1'\1'\11 yiis.TLt j I II,. c .unty ol Le n, u:- hi west halff ilu south : will he sold low f Isr t'.tsli or approM-d"} Ia1I'er.J I By saltier tit the i'naid, will flu between this place and i'ew-Y ork, the

-y, I.t} tharp.1I nnc1 l take? '" T'est.Jioj.i.nLpr I w<-s qt..ir. > r of ((.tiojll ej:4h1: in lit nalnp tVs 4', raice A.I-U.:: UTLIIs.JH.71 JAS. -. DUNLAP, Secr'y- present season.
them n\i ay, outn.'itii and east I the iast had. C'ott"n I i idef hill and dl!! 30-llwtf. be secured appflca'tirnl
T I'' TI g. li:\MWH P11.at ; :: c s ini } JM- Freight or passage may by
quarter; i.f secion seven ; I the. nnh east quarter ofs. I the I REFERENCES.TIIOS. New-\ ork .
t market
1/1 J.'drl1lr71h. 1 3:. t1111"'I'III'I'h.t.:1 j S highest J JTICC. to .Messrs Williams & Harriman ,
ar.s__" ciiii: se\eineen ; l..c west naif of the souib westqu.iniroi .\ I I-JSH 1 \1 I "n; I :'t.i.i .
"
nt'I I U4\ iAL Ladd
to Joseph at
trJwl l 1 Jellirson
( FJ'.rhJ.I or Magnolia.
J j County.
1.1' M-cti
'\ tlkrM; .n ('fI. :" C.'nrl he same ; the norihist quarter II -
DOIlSEY, ) AU dllllcllt.-.An I" -- i i hUi-n ; Ih calL iial:; of the soiilhiav qu' irt r nf : resh Garden .\1. B.\ L TALL, Leon.PLTKHW. N. B. January 12th, 1832. The schooner

boa'J.: 3.'iirrv\ : i( SUS jl1lf'rc"-.(-U 1 anr" jiui j pcrTaOS. M Cl 1(511 ..i lui-eii, and the iidrlhhalf of ilieuest halt'sf Drugs, : GAU'lJEIl, Jackson.OrtotheTlU'STEhS Delta, is expected here in fifteen days.

'tatlJQl:1Jt c<1 to take n"li<<', that Mli". .Ill' Soullit as: quariii ol Sit li nii! Lilt' in tuiiatnin; 4(1( SEEDS &0.E. Uadsden l'.JlIntr.jJor January l7th 1832. 22tf

hn.11t..n inMill1tcd ill tfw abflH' (' ,.... .ci Cs. All oi u..icli land liis III the: ulx\ \c Last II\I.il'| ) .
lanu ro.!;: T.r.ltXER mil in all ix bundled and salr or IUnt.Ii'AJAF MThSHAL'SSALE. .
Au') fiJI'; J'J'j}: r.iiie eiiinainini, : eigh'.y

JS2. 2:3111NOTICE. : acre*. For terms .C. ap],ly to B. PBRKINS section oi lunu about 3 1-2 WILL be sold at public auction to .11

A D.IASON, attorneyin '. recei\\dny the lute arrnaisfrom : '\\- \ ark units from Tallahassee, of which there is inacii bidder for cash, in the city of 1 al- :i. r

"anll't'l''rsrms, ) \?llg.rlail"s against the estate s sto i I rari.umi Jackson-ci. V fact' F.f.'rJaines.' i- ar.li' 1SJ2. W: al 2Stf I. y.l U.dttmore: a large hIlPI'I] } of frts. .\I -,//iViiif*, s cleared and has been underculmation for ther- ihassrc, on the 31st day of March, the "followingroperty 1J

tmtiU1in I J: n'r d'r'J., arf rf'Ctlt'Sll'cll] rcMnrtl.MS --- : and LIp\\ ai its fJl! l/UUpajiers\ ol tranlcn sr< ti irmn 11'1 years past. ,\ ith a good dwelling house, kitche to wit :-the east half of the southwest rr.,

ftc: A.I: ti e lime llnItrd !IIY law, or tlJf" Yill 1. MARSHALL ALE. I C. Isiuireds-ilsr', rhcnnonietcrs, Spirit and Syrup j cribs, st-tblcs, &c., has also, a large pirden handsomely he west half of the northeast, and the west half .-.f i Ji1ltf f

::; pc'rsr.ns indebted tn "aill rS'a'r will 'ln Le -olu at juil/Jic; auction: to i Hydrometers-Socheroineters-Pronts patent Corn rub- pailed in. The above lands are situated fn township :f the southeast quarter of section 24 ; township 3 ;
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.J. t.._'ln"tt. '0.1"Imediately to E. SEIX\, IIflm'r. WILL.Jlcs. I ladder, f.-r cash, in I ilu-ci;y of 'i al- htrs, and beautiful and much approved article for the Nsa. 1, It IS'o. I, and section )I3, North and \\ est l. me 3, north and east. The east half of the smthas
R1 .-ure Ilf corns-Brajrgs polishing paste, for cleaniiiL1nlite and occupied by R. J. Hacklij' qU\fterof sections, and tL* southwesT quarter ofection I
formerly Lsqr-pei-
'ii 1' O' .he 2tth) day of .,n'h, the Ii .it- .1 1
on
c, n.uned Brit .nia tec., Rose, Orange, Flower, Citron, ,ons wishing to purchase or rent, v ill please apt 1vi h ;. S, township 2, range 3, north and rnsf. and
NjEjItO] .-On rnoijdwlikely ; ioj.erly, to \b is :-a ne;n' man .ViUannius'leltd I Lavender, and Cologres waters ete. etc. Expected by.ie JA31ESM'.MCLLIN. he following named negroes. Simon aged 20 years, I

'f t'lc2GLhof' ''nrcinext! wn; ,.8.J(1" \ o.. as the p.periy of Dancill.1acllmh, l. sans. Mil", Carpenters Oilof Cantharidcs. Trdlahassep, February 14th Iri32. G.t Joe, aged 18, Bryan 15, and Fqnire, 15, levied PO

'InIH'"I.. fl iv', c"lIn'f'v ,.f J'I" ... ".' :-. in <:XC-UU I 'n. !IU. uilh inuresi: and cost, and a n -;ro man naimd r.yorftf for .17
"latefol. xeeutions in Benjamir Byrd 5
one ,
wnich
Monc-ins I half section on 3t> acres cleared. ,
to the estate of l'- adjoining are
IThtham J. Cl\heIJ d'crasrd. r'lIlIs, one named P.ody, and a ne .,ro xvonian nanudy I JOlIN .Al'LA'110IlE. 25, with interest and costs, one in favor f If Ilaskins 4 a
Ie M"'n Terms mad! -a t'i.inno Fone, two yokes of xen, a wajroida for 197 131-2. with interest and
on thc ind Bright, | crsrs,
S day f'.S8.1e. 1 wooden sugar mill, to satisfy the aforesaid extdti I ESPECTFULLYinfbrms the ci- OTICE.-KERR & STURCES, I nd one in favor of Buell and Klein, far the use of !

Ft"rn ; JOHN G. GAMBLE Fxrcntor. n, IUl d'< lh wr in la\' r 01 t Owen '}'. Reeve AAf iZens SSt f Tallahassee, and its vicinity, that h. .i_ request all those indebted to them by note or bo.- I '1)' W. Mitchell, for $125 81, with interest and ,l-. ,

: Btf1 !1832. 2 ', std -615,00 with inierest and c-ts. s ;incited: himself in this city.JS" count previous to the 1st January 1832, to come tnr cost. -. -S

RILLS OF J. JJl*(liKi-il I)). fj'r U. He may l he found at his office in Town, yard anil settle Ihe same en before the 1st of Alaic J. TTTTni'rj3t ,1. m. for 4:
,
rdfor L.\JJl\'G-Ju prin- '* '". RANDOLPH, marshal. at his residence. a few hundred yards distant on tin aext, as longer indulpenee} c .nn"t be given them T. E. HANDOLKJmar

eat ''sOlflce.L1 February 2Bth 1532. 28tds Quincy, road* lS3mI Tallahassee, February 7ib 1632. 25 U' FeLrua1J' 25th 124. :8tds !


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r1'c.. S5. AN ACT lor the relief: cf Maiy Rhymes.
jawed
1 the sum of fifty dollars (or taking care of tin: Council R3.n act to smsul an r.ct to iI1;&:]r.:r= c a B.tr.'u in tie Town cfI'D. TCFiLUTT R. BF.7TONvGllrOM.AIOnV '

$Ij 'YIIEnE \S, It has been iepresnted to this Legislative Coun.at .'rhajnUcr and furniture, agreeably to a resolution of .Jhc.t.rgi- ;a II'.II, h lrtie "

tive Council o fjhe 2Ut of November, lc29 he I An act for the sjKi-dy tctllcmeut nf the Talbhnsicc fund.til. I" trading iindir the firm ofIE'1.,1 SUPeriOr.. .
cit, l IJ John Hhymcol: has d. H'rtpII his wife and children, and the Capitol fund? and that the to paid[ out Ia-j I An act to anic-nu the si.-Mr.il acts incorporating ;hc liw.k ol '\, cs> :! ON & CM Oil Y, of.
c
'I
t commissioner shall the | Gadsden
to'uilorji .
bath: 1H' 'Ip.tcd them protection or Mipport; and being 1 Sec. 4. And he it pay > .londa.! vs: COllin'

rh U;:tu with cow sieaiinu, hath r nli.ch the ('olllltry, prf'V1OUS to! : further enacU-d. That the Governor ., 1)2.) An act to I'1'O\'idc for repairing and tlni: }ung thc Cap.tol: and irnuiivin 'I OTIll\1.( PAUL.FIIF .

h's cruel and ne is uereu :required, to ccrtity the accounts ol the before e j tinscjuare.. S: above suit
\\ i onduct to his said wife has heen harsh and I has
mentioned e1aillW:1o the general 'Jo. An act ir. repeal t an act to authorise \\. Cltnients tu c.la"lt! .h a ferrjivo. been
1 horeiore, ior relief in the pn mises, -1' "'t nt .!' ,. government, whenever the amc tin t-u\\ aiii.i-c !'TV, r. Jlrrdhy attachment, levied upona com*

!c IV Jt enirted; by the (loveinor and L( i--lati\'c Council of th are'Ji Passed Feb* .: I 'Jl. An act prctuit the! future munition of Freeql'OCS or Mulat- man, Dur.dy, and a negro v.-oman, Mar-ar CCf'a
:
12, 1332. u.is to( this TtrrKurv Vhild, liS the pruI' riy f the'
and 'for mht-r .:t.:. .ut said JobnV
1' ? Territory of Florida, 1 hat the marriage; contract heretofore riuh-I pitri A Inch ell concerned svilltake I
115.I An act fur the relief of' 31arj' notice
REJECTED lihyn.i-s.
: i>tin; lieturen John Khvme? and Mary Hhynics, be und the Reconsidered and passed by the Fob. 12, 1832 tt6. An act for the rt-ht t of >ar.ih ,Ia''rd.t7. '; !. jni( IN K.CAMPBELL, I

t' niin- is btn'i lY dissolved' ; and the said' Mary Rhymes is dis- February li, 1S32. requisite maturity uf the Conn L an art coni-i riunj: \l.r. endings' lctrt justices of the peace, and. rcgii- dmiary 7th li32.MARSHAL'S. AU'y.p.Q.I

; :;o'.vcd from I the bonds of muiiimony as fully and completely as .\ling apjitais an.' w i Its of ctrtn'mri.y. .2 t

if the >ume had Hl'\'r cxir-trd. .?. .\u ;tct tit provide for tuc co'i.penbution of the IJtlctr.illt': the Council] SALE.
'J b.O and for other
: purposes.!
j P ls:ed Feb. 11 1 1 b3.. : '. !1ITILL. be sold on the capitol I

i.. I L REJECTED Feb. 12, 1832. :;" 9'2. An act tu provide for u ,.urm.; and finishing tie Capitol, am!' City of' Tallahassee! on the jH*
: L 5 tllll"'u' III; illt. :ln'. i t I iirrh., thf tollou n rroiifrtv in. ,,.;. .
.. I ; Reconsidered! and passed by the requisite majority, Feb. 12, 1 1S32.fi' -'IIl I
'.\ t.' ." lie it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of the, jiipunt'all <.f thes ;nth! wtst quarter of scc.lmnjj: ;,1?:
two lu.r'h
r rnr.irf and
. --k- -.sap- TAI.I.\n-.srr.E, Fob 1 0)Ic'_". i'ciTitoiy, ol i innd.i, 1 hat; the ommi>-iofl"r of 'I albhas.iet,':'I. r. 6 1 f 1, f.7, :>.">, and 34, on the original east- anil

*' e -_ ___ __-_ under tlu authuritv' and direction III' the Board of iMrcctors, DC'nd :"f h-isc and Ims on*: hundrt-d and clan w

i J p.' T hereby certify that the eighth section! of the ** Act re ulatinp -, 'le h hen-li) uutliin i-cd to lia\ c the Capitol iLtstCU, lutlcdj;''on* < )hnixhcd and twenty tvoy in the adlit. '

, ; : No.; !G. An ACT for the relief of Sarah Stafford. ; the fees of certain officers,'* \n< on rnotn'ti of11'. hy'dt1.anil piusteic.l, in a neat and \ oi kttitilik. niannui-to lu\e thu :-njiriiin.iy nf Tallnh.is-.fc(J. Thornton, h vinl to .satibfv on as the tlie

41 stricken out-on which question) ll% y:is and n:'ivs were takp'lI. fence and Jiillt's tl1c1o..in:; the Capitol MMian- [painted, and I the;>e-_t utioti in faior of Tom Petf-r "'Liir-es.

. ; ".HE R E \ S, It ha-; been represented to this Legislative Council 'as will appear! from the. engrossed hill; filed! in the Secretary's of-'. rce.. on the C. jutol Mjuare pruned antI uthets pi intcd out on the JAMIS: "( } }: D 'r

I F : that; .laui-s Stafford ha< desertul his wilt'. Sarah Stalford, .ice, and ibm the journals of the l/otincil. l-quaie ; the C apitul square dean tli, and properly: graduated ; fr; T. 1 .

.; A !lflhI i IIt..Ii\' ....''f'ctl'cl! tn nr.ivulpr her siiDDnrt. and that of I I tnd tnal the sum of twelve I uncred; dollars, < -nib part thereof! l\-l 2.Ii I.32.A .
'
i; .AJ \ hi. 1I11:11Itd1i1cln'n: wh-rrby: they hive hCC'lJ') inroun flc--titlltl'I Test. JOhN K. CAMPIJKLL a> may be neces-aiy; for the pax bent of the baiaix; dut. lor fI -

: 'I upon tin wurlc1- \ 11I1 wh'Teas the aid .J a ItIM) Statlurd has Clerk .)t f the Council. pours on the capitoi Itt ) ear, and! lor( carrying, into t lit ettho objects -

< I t i _ _ 'e(srnti-nrrd: ) t'l eijihtens: inifri.-onmenl I in I the Penitentiar "i. '- of this art t, be and the fame i is hereby apl'lOl'lI
..t ) 01.1C'I 1 ,r.m, whrHhe) is noeonlined! ) -,'Iherelnrc, forth 'w.iIitIiL the Capitol 1 und..
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ti w n-li.-f, of\ I lh' ;tl"'. ar.11tall.HI; ( ; Passed 1. cu. 11 1S32. jgr- ; 3
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, {, He it i'lI.it-t'(1 I'V tin- ('Mjvnnor) I anc IdcgisLIIive Council of the APPROVED Feb. 12, .S32.I .
, "
t Tell I itlll J HI' ( 1 Im.tln. 'J Z hi'tl the inaria; .i. rontraej!, heretofore

; I :;u'i-i-iinjr'l )l'rf \\'rii I the ,.i iid }parti.; ., IK-( and the >:J une i- In-ruby I "/ TOTION I'lI1rf"H: S f'tllnC'r E.-Tif'fr: -I.<..IS ,! harm, '
:; n ..
I dlso I j ,Svei.1and'! the >,ud Sarah Matlbnl i i- herein rC'kao-C'd Ironi the --- tl"f' I'l; I he ".-Hlt'l.'! m. Tal.hn I,! I Coirryt-*,! .jT,., j

I :bond It!f 11I:1'1'.111.111Llltl' 'roni' i any oiili!; ari-itm thereirom) From the' { hare.-tc, Courier. tti.ilcc such -ii l, .- as Iia3' bf .1t..-:I"1. KrsukrsaW f-very cia;.

as: I'lll':. and( l'OIIlJllt'h': \ us if 1 the anie !Iad;> nexcr -\istiMl. \ 1 li SOUA.I !il.H,"-,lay; and fiu'.iy> on v.h.r'i: if y It 'I wi td.I

PaS(1d F'dJ. li 1 S..2. harlt-st; S. tfttiinry( 2, 1C .vil.: :. rriay. be fixltl, if pra.:.ri-ap. In myabse.. .

A n artirlo( from a Pet* rsutir \ a. Paper, eider the abo\e title :)\!,--;uLL.fl ran 1 be made r In p. ULMOP.K, rlty
: Thf 1 .
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REJixTr.n Feb. 2, lS:{2. T; 't,1 : ..n.' f\1\-r : ). fiihvnncr \' n: "a "' .
,_ ftnrll.lstratorsoIOIhc
-- J.a.
v.J. has been going the lounU.of tho nt-u&ppers, which} u- it in I tlif} riKinty' on n aroriabu nrtice.t041 .
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rlt1.1l1.l1M: ('d l It y the rcqustiiu nwjoiiiy Feb. 1-; lD.:>2.m .
I. ,lI'I'I'ill'. .,alciiiiiti-d to [peipetuate error, sects to require some I Goods, : :arli'If*; for &'u", will! he rrcelvcd:

tllotie I (!, I,'III"--, at ti'! :11\111.1) ic''m next d'.or to Willisjsiltth's at./

\ The author 1)1 f the communication:; in thf Petersburg I! frng- r. tore.
U0. 1. An net for ,the relirf] i.f tlw Jn iis < 'f \\ j1ii'y:: .) Arjy'c. I paper, JOTIXWESTCOTT.Jr.
2. An stat'tnat t; ; "it l llU- lung been a que.-tionnmong naturalists; ,I!I Fd,. 21st |I2. artf
AI-I In I iicorji-; 'r.ttc tin-:I Tn'pi"1| f'l.v.it ( %'iup.,uy "f FI I'I'hT Awtioef; ?

W :.'i. An fi>*t in iinii-iid the ;i-t! ntiili; d in art cf-nc. nim-r \.rri'-" l.icenv'..j\\ hence) comcth I t the .->.ora, and whither goetlil.'t lie I then goes;i: r ] OTICE. The

;'; !;. An ACT owenrn: pr'-cccdiii( s bcf-uc) JU.M ire's( of the Pcrxre 1. An act to alter a!!.' .I'Kriid I int-h.i-! -r nt'thr l n nK f l'.a",1 I I. ..on to statf'; tin- ill.,vinfict:; which he tlnnt- may: poibly >et'tlc [ under :.1edr}

: and t'l' ula11)J': .\l'pclls and writs of Ccrtiorari. J- 5. An' net; t tll, alter! fin.i t a>ti"idn,i' :: act !.> il1f"'T'p.'rl:' a C..mplIIr t..I"'ln.! .' I lie l-irj-tion: u ;in-nfa.) -K.ttr.ig; paitv) t 'II a 1JIl'ltlOI; I ILl, ov and c-x#- 'iurix of Davi i" Fl.-yd, late rf[
1.
( : I ::1 I Ird the 'o '
11.)1' ; '\:111"0: C"iHI.anr.: : nui1y ( :;ff'- lertiyt :::i ires otil'f'' that the'
I U.; .\ 'II ., al"r : Ivicimlv) : hajtpcn- t' Ln-ak III, w.ien immeiatt-Iy; ; j\, I tit last will and prOT_
:1I. asi.i' .r Li t.l
Ser. :eiI:-t1' .utti'1" ""'- si 1. He i it enacted bthe Cioxornor 11 t. (
and I LriNhitive (
,
6nn-r.! .tk.- H f'tna: tin" 1''tlhe. : ifl' him.selt foui lue : till J"&:ir1! a[: .f I 1 hc '
Na' I 1
: : ir.t; Cr-dje of 1.f >!. M' imcr.. ig or "lIr.s: cuine ot.ti the ape I one! .Ictory '11 II' .tr(I :I.r :3 !ttJ
: rj] nfhT"-rritotvtf ;-'loritl-t.; That): : !if any p<' Oil i ilf |' 7. A is ;ii.'t 1'11'.1.1-1.' : ; | a fcrrv "\-..nill'i ; >'s; i? alln"!' i\cr.; ot whii( h was caught, the others retreated Lineath the tn. ;.I.d t \s iI apply 111 the "!!Il'riao' eo! ,.t of Leon cn'...

V vih 'MJ-; :JIIJ'I'e'l* nt :endr! .t i '. any in-tM-r i,; oi the! t pi :di--.ati--iwd'l ,8. .\ 11 a't in iii<*(i-ifirate| tinTns.r' ; 4' nf- .lo'f-r---ii '"' 'S'lry Ac;".:/'I lr. 1 t ihu- (- ice and/i'; ,.e fltXT to.r"H Ihf.rtrf, ro.r a writ hri.. !.n fHrdJ.: .

;. .; ll'ply 1 II' ihf Hnk 01'i'.i'! tip-roi' or*' eouuty court, lor a; WI it olt i I''I. An, .iff to aUlhflrisc.l'I'IIIU1h ti t.-.ai.i-h: .1 J. frY .\ r 'honr.nn : ';;""j hewiitir caped.( of this Ins I ia' ,'.!iirm1 l }IIT al.t"'fliint: ', tlsc- fi.rrii. ",f lie taIl:>
t. r v< r. I I p.iid; some ;attenOnto the.tudy ofnat- '.rrt.H! hl2.. gp I w E-.TsEY:
;- {>rtioran. lo !h. ;. ., '.'d i thss.ul ; : FLOYB
< < lo ill..t to full and
e certify) a I U. Au ;art to I1m1pri; ," idmiiii'-.t'iiisnf i 1 Dr. .3. \1. Tft.e, tI''n'."1rall&l-to: ,-\ inr >evi.ial; ) '-ar> pa.st!-has; in his leisure hours R UST8ALE.
!; coiiipf. la ),'('oretht.\ : }f.ro'p I din '. Irui in-fore bun : illIIl l th<'1]ji-it l. 1.t .1' 'l'i'i si I.f h': ri-td .-s-iu ;Ip.irlicu.arU; tsj-ited the 1 -L Hdtoradeerl
l un : Milject tb
: ot t
ef' Tifts-tri h-iil 1 II.I Aii I; :.-t iuc. *ajlisii! !; tin migration of birds, I trU-t 'xcruefl hy Ch.mpi/'ll nh"f! .
!
,lea line between
> orr.kt au snieisf ", by the jc.rt. (t-iiniii!; : !: >* ; li.uuivarv Leon 11 K! Jc flru .11111! he It faft .
; rest ;ihSora L,
( 11; !U :S. I't. among oi : and he eqtiesls permission & A. Armistc.uf!, tfJ. D. G. Ram'\ thiifla1 ;
th to lo.s
I .nil'' ) entering in''n' )nd and) .-ectrity%1 t,) ijt .:1'pfQ\'d j j o' iikih li. An nrt pr'ivide: for 'lie !Jur'iUps! ; "f 1 :i'i'! 3' Kr-r ,\*, st. l olli-r; a l few rc lfItI k> ',I ihe habits of this insular bird.i :I'o'I I 1..111 I lit) he; elm} c.f Tatiaha: see, n..r.will 1'. .

1 (' r: or nNIltl'ourt.J t 10 5( 1lIr/,11f', I uniounl( ll.I I 13. Au n.: '/ iii -ii-M! rjitr the 'n ;;rrs <.f OLn.nrv: : Academy. h Rallu: > \ ir.t maiina s-mali bird nine inches :. /- i'r 1.t1 :r'I( fir sd' at f'lI'.hc outcry 111 t.:

: ;.cj'l"c"c1} !J .v th'1 .jn li.-r, in -:IMihe .-aroeI,.ill be aflnnn; o"1 ; ndj lIt An act 10 ;inci r"rtio iht rf 'iy lor Ji'y; \\", -t. j i. m N' j njjiiii.i (ILl U d I tin tioia, Pen'-sv/ama in length, :f t1i c'\l'it.: in TaIaha..s.c! IiiI' reloly mI 'r
ill "
in jn.' .ftti' nl hill be J I f !}5. An i at( to iurorp'ir.'iie the Guds'i'i'ii; : AJnihua! : the Hail, m Xewoiklho .I H.hy: the 17.f ins.. bCtW'd1 'htlourth (If ltLF ) .
ofany j'i-i'e: : re\er. ion iin' :iri, "t'n't ,. ., h'prjiu: ;;) in rmtIII; :; \ j 111.-
1 : II It t'r\ -.n"mnrf't t I ;atei I i i/unn,: the uhidcot I the! u..13p.lII.: ), (1. IL-\.Xr-\Tru3'''
fit !
Mimmer)
t tli}! H.\; ct 1 u.'itii In :,: I toiiuve bron ujtinn ti") ; scarce ,
Ii"'f.; juri-u -:; I 1(5.(; An ; I;' a bird of Jlu i i.. By JOHN K. C.\\IPBILL
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act t'l .inthori the 'dc de.-cnptioti seen: m tlj 31nhilir .ltt',
F lion Hi'ttw I jn5i I--. !h< r-e tltere IM- been a -iruar! s itnin: > ursii t i, i, ,. : '!. 't eaiU; i in tin month of all States, \ her I 'far'h 5ih h32.T. .
.iiLiu.-t, ot a xlden the
: .srni'1*' the ('ou.h"re (.' :4' . .. ... IYi.f'J\I' ; ras IS henrd alon t the rec'v shores '
.
%\lr're <-fll ."' ir.S!i been inado .1\ of the DeIajv.are !I' ) the American
proper ? :( : :ir e on tho j".tf j :" ; reon1 ; PeoplS.Z&
. I _,IS. A 'i :ct to pl'nhihitol1r citizens from trading; '.uth! tin} Indi.i.is fV'irr : ijciiiiyikiil, ;iHlIi'J lam-: > rh 'Ts. Soihundant
are
( 4tor"huh: -I:. !h JI:1I.:1: >e n-v.-r-ed tor oth' ,r e.iuse-: zwl : they that dl'
any
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: it'inmsf < .it i is :not tiiieoinmon) for -inL'Ie! :por5'.I' 11 f to
in J.t01: in tad; nnleas tlr- ; on th' lace: of ft'nch lecoid. 1 1... .\n ct conccmin: I jj'ig: upwards of
) llj"lr ? : tax follefiors and *roa a'). An ct to I : yf .j :
'. j Tin.-war of extermination
A :'rc. li. He it iuifhrenrlei J 1, ;".11It.11'11: t J1.I. An "" '" amend\ an :1?: ,ratita: il! an af; > n:>: .. a i ievf uaf t r :;ii*' !IVr-J: continuebccral! \\eek-, and the
any: p Irty, whoj.ninv .i.. .. .f 1.1., 'rila. 1111.11 \,-tare hiti ttli, : iii lv supplied: with i taee 'J t\3.u t I'f\'iit"n \ '
; be di! a : { id 01 ,
TJn ajn-ti-e o. tinp- : .
s-? A n rm :u> attend! : an nc' r stihlishin! : ? n i'rn'n the f-'in\v.inner :':'aboi.t; the middle of \'tol.'r) t when I in -: 1L
: sYill I ;jjMi'r.l; iroin the r-aine.: it h'.l!! he tit dill! _, of le!; .-ti.i justo I ?:'J.: *> !\ ict f.PI..rllin:1Irli: ,.-. and Seairi'ii.: rw' a 'lIglc night, thv all di.ill'p.'ar .- -. ,:.v -=_ flAb 1iOSe.
I j: a; >; >:dden\ a.- thy amvcd.;
| be
(
; :1. *. ;hit! \\i\\\\. tlnHtU o-'Jlie :- ( 2\ 1t-*: ", t tr''\ jd' f"r t ii!111' *oicti! : c.f OT very marches where : myself cf the a
'r1"t',: ( or on it\. C.it i t, oai on i I (n .i jud'rjocn*:: nrains-t; free ne:rocIH '- the b ,of 'rformin both the
t f.'jehundiedwere wood
4 Leion- ., ? "?I., :.J----MIS. therein unml. flay < killed, r.a a iri'l le ) p and iron work off
the 'lii '-! dav) (.f ti:. n' xtti'' <:'ce<:Jiii<: tern 1.i;;i ll l court.u .I I 2\ 'to be fo'irnl.( : bird i< now t r tt < s, and employed! a.at.e:: workmen, wiihlis
: a :" t to organise: .' lie called :
; a to ( .llImlia!
{ and foro'hirn
!''].\ IIf the orderLi, l i., r toul ot t tin.-! -jJi.ntioiis ;aud j'idi-1( ;,;.:'fI"Of ". /l1nly 'fill i .. ti c': iun of pri.secutin; the business in all!) its braaci.uluJin &

o nieiit. j nd al-o :ui h (,n.ual;; paper* a. iiijhr.. ''' hlI2t;1! n-ed !: 2?f'f; net to pro] :i hit the tufy courts from levying taxs in o.r'ain i 'I my.tcMioiH: nupearnnce arrljepulur( of a bird thnt pos- i i. [ triniiniii! and painting, I feel prp.1.rth]
es. cs H'\ era; I other dinritii-s nvkc the :'.tl'ntiol1l"Jf tho
e who
,
pre
are '\
ihelri.il in his ,1" :< I: na on-n-imed i1li11bytttrinare
; c '>uit t. '
to '
I i'l.1 esie r.: t.no < 0 i many conjeetures -
11't 2;. \i : H\\ ;WIH'O cometh) and \\hithnr [p to t-ncoiiraac s'iiii and in';
j tnl tin "wl:1 .' j I : nc in rcjjfal V act : j..M t"r l' ),iul, : :iv, .llie *>e !J,, <. \ 11.1 I ora. I ivjelumical arts, wtti.out sustaining ,-n their
? n Ji-i I t. r 'l1! Many .' HI paIr
j 111' I.T 'tr' aUlhO-lilig the rd 1 | ; thit:
iijhs out irf.r.i
1 ; an in 1.H'roollO.l'Olt tliy
)its ineiiTund] v. : .v.t ; br.ry.lhf"li T UjjI1 n-q-jninn \\ 'jtU9I pL..ldln-o. :|I.' i'm'rtc'l.: I.;\ --r't./;;anlla.'J. ,:land remain iiiai-ti\e. like mud I I, Accidents utttinlly

,S4t.: :*. i'e jf :'uii i- r C'Ir'd: I llial; it; !,.Ill1l1t; !1).. l.i'.vj'ul; t ioi !! A .. I""n I11I1! lI1 ai': ( 'iH'"I'n;'" patr.s.; allpllll.t''I1IOlrnds: 'till! the folo\\in! rr hsj pron. winch! 1 do nohold iryst-Sf! resr*.!

: : j'3ti-e: '.i'* th'* ta; t'.. j j 'ifl.1)> n'f''r *!;<. rfliif f.f Th' .Tid Ffdfr; V.*, !>piuiL'. others believ? that tIH': are 'hmgf'd| irto : 'r, 11) any Inp' vrhattrcr they m.ty assnri.1nstance : .l
any p "f" -114' u sitoitnon: .1 :.1iH.t! t a pit; >'>n I icJi'hny rnnr'n : "k Nhn. i ij frogs, and work is wanttd r.t half AJLKi !
*>ut of hsli: :i ii''\v I' r 4.p; 'III' :"rIf'! nitlriC't flf Fj'1rill.n I Pt. ... 'tiLe that carriage
: il'1n di-co\crv
??e di>.cd) at tu\ -t.v.v o" :I n' pri -ep.iiu '- : Pro*. i.I! ] I .., .I \ ill .llIIt' : they retreat tinder tH" ire, and thus becorm.s. till't\ }1"1'1Z mister and mistress, who wen r
; : II' \ 3t't -
:r'd'iflll: 10 Ih in .
Ctfr1I' r.jninn I. 1'1.,1 .111,1 l I"ri i,! Ii.
11at
,
: in their '
: (: .a..t habits: ) : runair: tnou U ti'be put by on their wrytoHr-f
luring
( -r. that' here; iher.' H ii-.r tli.ui ,ne ,
A or ovnc favoured l r.f
:' ..iJr: .r,' ii jnstieof' ; th p t. C' is .. part-: b. "'uit may; : b.- Lron il1i I ,i' fl.'I.. f'f'11,1, I.. III-I' ".1. .:i; \ Gill'-cn-inlf/ aiticle: on the nujTration of (ho Sora, is found!:i : .- their} : minds decplv! fiv.usrhl spot with iinaznaryvhe ..
:; \n i r .MI the \'S'ime of \\ exp
n.-i! t ti. -
c\ .l't :]hc paj-lv: : It ?tiii: u Jhe di-t 11'1, und 1 any i teOr. : ..-- may: !t._.', ':.j \. f.irthf r :-Pif; of rr.rnui.ir'I.y. ion'Ornithn'I' Y. Since that time, ","atIt soon,coiiipreheu'l! '; the phii} sopiy;: of anticrrteasItrL. ] :
ir '
q : u-3'i-f of vVi'.jr.aH.i ;; !.,' has IHI-n nd !"d
I'ra
the
'I < to '. I'Il.Oa'k
is _
:PT\: i i tJ anv 1lh.' ilie. stock of warmly! Liit', the wllra
: : ( ,f,1 ; informationitri I
tijj
; : Intt t Ci. \ I
j.i-li.-e- n !
i ; iy a i ui nil Vnrv (.f t the .-. ,
.' fv a otr cnp'-rrain'1'; nili.-iniMrati1: !!!|'.\hicb tint: reli-brati-d( Ornithologist' ,"on 111..'t.lcll; to the without h11
In Mind HI thntr :-..Okt tM fri1., \ h') ihyi: I (' ino oth<'r i m; e<'.t'f'.', :nil 11. .1 III i.' of ,'xrIU"r.Iin..t"al"r" ;tvJ .' ':>nlnn! <. : I favoured the publi,, and th : etf the pattern civenr aetz

tlieir! [prl\'J'h1. .J, .t tl1r"lH a j--'i:' m: tin- ; I" .: 'fIllI'T : -i : ;rii'it has now d .nc hi" du. r, ard rasn.s we'J a;
ih.it
; 1 ia. of the
i % 1'', f.1' nu t
nf' rll" .nlllu"J"; : migrating birds.'ih .
di-.Jri n i '.\ hq h tiie :t. ..t1."C.H :(.Jdl', jin-1} H"'hJf"1 ai.-o, thitj.vh"re .*>-. An ".<" rfnJi'in'r 'h! *' : ,.f inr"d.e- I Iv lear of the tongue of siar.dcr! though lie cU'f!!'
ft ;, th're nt : Kallufaintly t ('olltaillen'ral 'ew feathers ti> h:< hin. U the work is hit i iis iet
:;; :
i< i. j.jsli"-i' t"' i.Jm; ::! 111.1 distin-t, 'un "i-iay; 1,(. T 1. A '1 -\f r,;i'lii-kiiir; J-ilni troo5it" t"II r'ilr; species, of v/IiVh the So-
ti. broil-. ht in the mt\t
t 4 >'-i-. 1.uel ie i' f.rliier en.i tt".1. Th:it lii" seventhitid't 40. .\n n-' to 'I', |I1r.j..i. Clcf-r: >r,. Fi.'rr i S'r. to.iid! a mi'l-a.i! and loch! :;:beautiful s-peci.-s: in the interior of Carolina that was overlook"ieti a- :..,>"re.end. rerar,fr.! Ti.is: a'roves"cr like disaster}. m.f follows.rwnate.Thus Orura. .:

.
e 1 c-ijlhlh -e rtion. of an .f' t 'onuNiiing th,* ,pp"iJtI'C.nt: and j PS-; -j.-r-II.I jn 'I.e\|'i n.1d'WhnN' ri\-r. 'n'J <*.1' "-!er. n impose. !. 1 by \ViUon and remain. yet to be dp rrihcd.; The land rail, I' any painted to the enlivened imagination some, of'lter
a."f rf-n'--il I
i" *
the
n' 'ft !H' 'Ii; and
1. (]i"'i'n of .':. 'i'l' of the i\Mo- ... V'. y.'n' i.z.! ( water crak" of Britain, are of the \ cent-s cf t1uscvenIit.: Of aI! this circuntbe
; pi -d l \o\eijjh "< 'J-'J,I -1'? ?. An r.-t tit I.t"'I"* a i-l, .T :: >I's,- M-trs-tniv Frar.I"p. same same family,
: m.,.J ;,ii 1 1-\ ill'on..i"'ut i n.i ; .'" 'i art iui' \and tile lit>it lf\1 boar a very. stron" sitnilaritvi :tttinir kiiMwled! a portion is prep-ireaof
ilj ,
1.\ : he pr .\i! ion.s of this uct, be and '. o rlr"/- n I. Uk in -:0"' town (1 '1. :!lIlIlj1. . li" n,tired walks! of the dt'-rrued? nvc hanick. "i1i.

the >a; ,e arheniby) : n'.:raud.Passed 1 1. 1 MJo iiiirnorate 'hl"! T'V.nf: OhiMr.. I ne ora seniom mceu-m the .Uiudle L !! States.; The writer!-h'.enl! ; him irom a lull share. But r-n the 5
.1 opptsilf
1 Teb. ; 1 11'1 rr.t"in' IJH' p1"P.WO" r'VI'aff'' In tllllli, Ttpr.. of tins was >h( wn ome of the ofthi I i the
12, Ib32. 4r( ., 111' eggs bird, that wore fount'in picture, reiii-on and justi'-e will!! be nevtijrht k
: : 'Ii f..l1,1.<1 I f rl"t" """'t i"ldtj.ri"l'r.., 1' Ol'h".r.) .. '. the meadow below! rt: All work d.r.e under
Philadelphia he superinien
r \ PROVED Feb.) 12, 1SJ2.ICo. : I, I u.In i :al'ltll"i.J S"' e t the inarn.. i : n.I..1'tofL"rncr1mr.lant; I John, : once found a nest alon my
: earii'i the
Rnnv 1.4Q. 1. 'the Hudson river, and saw two otlwrs along the .. : I prIce. eIa-d .Ir irr r.d work shallbU
a mar hes of Lakiiu inii<-! wiliioul adilifi. d ; I IMS
\ '" i charge, if the fxi'ure! "
: rar'f\ rthe! r< <'f of '.Vilr-ir/s timms. t npi.iin, hut) it "onemlly breeds miih : ;
farther north as l far : to any: i error in worKman.-.lup: or trnhr. E'nd !t
audMMi.'s
., -99. An APT t', provide fir n i<- f np.-n; < iI;,n 'if the Off.cvrs) of the 11 49.;'i.} A An n !'icr! f f -iio: i-i-P f. of Kmwh PI'| 'l< Y. I I ( ,.ay. He 1 wa informed( by an intellinent! trader that- repiii in.r will t be d'.tue to i-nlcr, on tlieshorncc :
f: ;' jntlivs'.Jv 1 "} m-M--i; vi1 e'i hrr ;( t.C'tWt'l'I"l Vlizai seth A. .. '
; Doc
"M 1. alI! f.r t.i"- and the l
: !.ij-| ;;.xr 1 : :111 c'fllh.ctillg lIiP eggs ntthc, wild at low.st rHe<.
,1.1111' :
t' lio 'nnd !Pal.J: M. ]! ''II.III1I'! goose Ansn (Canaden! is hr
it ctJu.teby) tho (iivrruu.m, woi-k will I>e dt-five-rd withf.HitisIy
< ; of tlif I.; ll re, f.tV ", IV-i; f,f uVhrrcnn ?:irrf" a "real number of the nests of the Some No f'or

Territory of '"lorida, t'h l'' ,th)i; l lo'loxvin' : sun: he ulloivcd a.dipnitl ': ."?. \ TI t"dis.s.iv! <- .1.! ,. mnrri: I' 4 Inlr.lrt( I l'IIW:1Vi1l1 hrr ,' Ii.-se birds well grown and able' to fly, than sooner are i ::- arr.iug d for : This may F.e easily;I tlone! I Inmnion by j
m an they ifi'lu.'enicnts Iield ,
r misiatc out .
) to the ofllrors, nnd lo tld thi' \ n 1\.1" '. southily. 3j prc\ed papo.In "
. ;lay exeis : Couti.: il t i .1't O.' '."III.s. T ri.'tn.\.1.l ,. a species of
to-\vt: : rnilcd the count F'1\.lfP.' :
fit. An 1 a1 *o :llIrr \11.1 ed, theizania: annat'n'a: of Elliott: begins c jnirsiid!, ill all its brnuchi s. by a s>.,iful! work'l;

I'o John K. t Campbell: rhicfclcik" Tour htmdrw! doll 1':0. .1 .isn '1'1! jtl'C'". in :1.I.;" T pmon-1( rrin-rv.: I l h" s"Tal acts rd Ltti iatu reads, hiV:::: 1'th: ,se the Sum is i i1'' t fond-feeding to it ripen is seeo's. ." .:i' whin l i ;; t.> l te> seivt-d in! this line, are.inn. : -1

To -John! :'i 1. Foiilin ".;. AM on xerv jjreedilv. ill! and, ur.- ns-Mirt-J, th,'y wilt hve: i?n ,\51.11.
: s (-nriMiuji and 4' rlrrk: > a'l t 1 ri hi'iti in -riinf"rttnl,
'lIgf.sjn :: I
:) two mji"ltl' nd !
; -oon (: It i is
; 'n"! becoming lit. '
very suseeptilnV of mpiain; of the terms on which service i is renders
I hundred and, lift-nine !;r.. \n tr'1 to ill"III1\"rll c fJand the .i
dollars nt-d i-i;hty-om : e an inrian': 1111 W calU-d the St.I Andrews
: "cnts. : lir.-t
aiPiMi'i.i v fiot dri\es HAtEMardtCth
S it .
P. O. :
!
; ( ry from
its
o John J \\. Kob ;\ii'il\ ( 'nI!'.'rv. reluctantly favourite: reedy mar- .
'
rtf, t-nroJluu: "d engrossing clerk, two 57.n act for the; : -hes: to seek a climate. IS32. 29
I \varnier About
'prutiviKin If ; the
hundred dcdlajs( ; and lift ( tinFi :V:cries on the C.a ts (.f t Florid I time these birds!
) c-ents. :111.1 In I'f t rf"\'lIli'.. tl..f'l.m. .. .... lave l : the rlaware; and Virginia ;

1)- To John (j. (iuiin, cut ()lhLig and eiiL'ros.-ing clerk, t\vo himdrrd ;"i' .\ a' T tu inr fll1d > I. An I i a"'t fI'lIlllil1 j Theme !
.dllrltlupC'oll.ll's/ tio! 11I'I.f scatterriamonn
tlld i iobt n-nt sl1in "III, "rir \f t ( ..nr.n'] J !
Tlt uoD'-n t tin- :i';'I""IO| in ;ihr (::11111'1..1' Appoaof! iln-Ti[ : prisrrii. our msrshes and grassy fields. They are not easih i )
jo B. ( layioii : 'tr : > If Fi'.rid". i"S
1'/lr'I1I1 ry : J DcfcnJan
;. ;and I'ngrossing rlerk, two (JO.; \n made fHlHE
rise
; : (! t-i 111lnrj., to the win
[1i3 !! ; J.un.-s Kiz : on !, hence
hundred t.) i-staMis! a'tVrry are not 1 .JOHN
and ti'tv d..llapitll&l; r ,;".,,iwTo r';verit a i J'h! .'(' ?'a!!. d T'ich T ,. arros St. Jolm- heard in frequently seen, hut there \ LAUDA.IAX.'L ilhcr! persons ied .
IiIA JatiH-- I : ; I every direction for several weeks. The sire hm-hy notifii-d that the above suit hanstituted /
llujjlii-s. i-n roN.sinj iud iii.11;I writer of
aci n-'uaiin! i
; cntolling dCI k, Iwo hunlirrd r _' 'ho f.ftr.f n-'tln Sfflrt hi- '
rs.
and f>ity two dollars. Cf2.; :\ II1': c(>n vrnin:' lI,/' 1fl1)i'A fli'v '<. saw six that had: been killed in a couple, of hours, in the sal : by process: of attnchment rcturnabli

.111: To Viliun: Ic tae, euiollin and 03.: An art in .iddifjr.n tu .th" -u-1 't'.ir; :the rtlif I f of lu-! heirs William Ar- mar ,hl's near '( lar1c toll, bv an individual whilst in pursuit of -uperior LESLIE court, f'r A.Leon Count v. PI.
: : engrossing clerk, two hun .!ryhappioid I lO'Ii) .Iar.-h THOMP'bON.Att'yfor
1 Hens
vt and
i January, I I2.. ; in the
dred and present one shot .March Gih 296'
ti.'ty one dollars and year was on James Iri.'Je.:
0(.1
i -nine 1. An
thirty cents. a<-t to i''ividt
I} ; To I | f>r tindivi I
I !1). :; An o\'cmlH'r.
llaldain fi.l.
Henry
act 'in fix ilu, Ver\
enrolling nd( & i timeof hoMin! I tli'p S ricr ('mrt' mcoJ a :1f'
L; rngrossing clerk, two ur in the I Wi'stem 'tew 01 these birds the ? 'JfID ):W2t1J1t
r District; spend winter in the
hundred) and s.'vcn d.ll.ir twrnt\-ive: nf this Ten jioiy.CO. territory of the Unite!

ii: To (jleuigi: S. Il.iukmsnoIlin; cents. ;. A n act to incorporate; the, Trustees; r.f C-'h I A-ndcny.! States. They no doubt follow in the train of many of our swal lock iii die St. ..AnJrcW531.Chp
; and engrossing) clerk, two G7. AM al'l| to iell" lows -" ; l.\ (\inal at the c1'
for Cniunany onn,
iI bnndred and lui jir \ t tin nn n: .11(( :si:1: s.-etkin nt of acroiirtts \i.1 \x- tly-catcheis, and sylviasand remain within south are
or of the
ly-M'VCtI d iliar-i and sixty-three Cpl;t!. t 1\\ -.'n.P; Territory rind iii''ivid-ia'! !<. t""pictill the :mr! Room William (J. Burgess in the Ctt0. .

tM ; To fieorgo i'. \\ .in;, lerk tu tho Judichry Conmiittee, 0; A.I ac i:'r i II.]||. ivh I irt f nf Ji.n!; ( 'aru'h.-rs. spring invites their return. Certain it is, th It about !: h.iscc, under! the rttrerintcndauce of *T'{

4UL hundred anti ,lifty dolhrs.: one (i 9.' AM l act to amend an ac* J jo rc-nla'i' proci f(!jI'li. in Clianci-ry the' IU.uitlllinfF, of f 31: :reh., and soinetiinroru .<: a.- litJlIrif'r-.--- --. !. tl"... f'hairrsfcnry Bond, William G. Birrc,

; Alt. III :11'1 tll in"lIrp"ral'* dlt. lr IK.>|_' 'Illfv, > pass through our low nrn\\'n. luJ '1 urmtt R_ B.tron. r.nmml. .. so.Iers.. .
To III\\11 their ---
Itit L.! .\. J'honison : \ country on hack -
] de,k I to the ('oIlUflitree on Finance 71 1 AM, act establish\; ; ; ; 1 north and their way to the Tnll.ihaasof!:; ', i; flGrlI.: 1832. 2
H 11UncIretl doll.lr.i.! one.' tinc'i."i with m"rk"r.1) n f.-rry" across Ua! -\Vaer: river, at or near i it\: well known notes are for a l few weeks! heard anaiii .
|
Ba\'.
I!ItI1 1-r 1'I 'o .'.hn \\.(Menu, Jr. cletk in the Executive; Office, one hnn- 72- .An act to alter I the !southern and western Iwiuin'.try line of Jacksiii I I I tne \diddleand in our low marshy grounds; they advance rapidly through FOS C 1! .\ It L.ESION, VIA KErTI1t -\ .
Northern
"' States HoytwiIl.
11\111 '
dr' \ .
:s .o fifty dollars. are seen on the rivers that Schr. DELTA, Capt.on .

lF To ;lainos I IJrvan.: Jr. 73. Ai: net to compensate persmi .- \IiflrVs.v'; : : i iv i !!hi i;<; Territory. 'ty into the upper lakes, and retire still farther north on their cmp Sutul.iv. ncxt-For passage CJnJya(

uollarn Sorgfant nt Arms one hundred and for- 71. An act to incorporate a B ink in nV: Cuy of Tallahassee.! way to their annual breedirsj! places. I I .' S to the Captain on board or to # ,nJ
: ty-lu.! :and .tifty cents. 7.liAn act for the lelief of AHu-d f\ans.: JOSEPHG.L
.1 1 ho -
: To Uartnloiiu-. IH, Dookeeper: hundred 7fi. An act for the relief of 'Isai.-h dykes. Sora appears to be a clumsy flyer, but this is merely a I
one andlorty-tuo habit which it has i -MI*. March 5.INO''I .
77. A-i ,
a-t todiaiircc John with -
_
dollars and filly cents. D.u'.iy; f.- -in his wife Ttresa. many other birds, who see best in the

; i'o William .\ loon for 78. An act for he relief of .Mnry} Canaday. evening or at night, and fly awkardly and with seeminn CE.-l do hereby cauti?D

miscellaneous, pnting, fouhu ndredr 79. A'I" act to amend an act too pwe] for the laying mil the School lands in the day. Let the observer difficulty : against tradingr two notes pftl1
and take
nfly-tw'o: dollars and iortv-sevtn in this ( rritrv. only his stand on the banks 1 due I It dl1I'
dollars
: cent's.
of Litner
ihc Fowler for
To John K. $! ; SO. An act r'espectine the public Delaware or Schuylk li, in the month one twenty dollar$ paJ
. a.npliell; for contingent ext/cnsc- bills fll. An : property at St. Marks. iu the September, early Jalluar,- m-w, and one for twentv-five '
one hundred and, eighty one dollars and lorl pt'r the duties of act Executors to nmend an act conccrninz wills, letters testamentary, and I morning or late in the evening, and he will see it dart h. !hlc 1st day of January 1833. .
) evcn cents. administrators: and giiardiaii.aettnprnvide cross the riverith the said notesVcregt
fo James l serv.nts, twenty-five dol. speedy settlement of all ---{- -- -- -- not {
arrears duo the capable ot has entirely failed, I am determined tVs.
migrating as
lars and lifh cent TeTrilorv of Florida.S3. any other bird. In the autumn ot 1819 l.tw.'V..
An we saw two that same until compelled by 2Sd
p." 2. i>e u iiinnorenacieu, That me sum ot one hundred I' Florida. act to amend an act, to raise a revenue for the Territory of. and it is mentioned flew on board of a ship thirty miles from land; February 23th 1832.NOTICE.ERR.

nnd forty dollars; be allowed to Kichard I lay ward for 54. An act to amend by bihop Madison, that several Soras came
furn.ture
i' for the Conn an act to impose a tax on Hawkers and Pe lars in on board of a vessel, upwards of three hundred & SruBG "
it, to be paid as;follows. towilrht' sum of-even :this Territory. miles from the

dollars; and tlllrt) -five cents out,of the proceeds of HIP ale of 85. An act concerning Executions. canes? of the Chesapeake.-That this bird is not more frequent- l request them by noeOfe
old
An in its to
86. seen
fill uitllre of ihu eo mcil the residue out of the Tall ihassee fund Jurors. act to prescribe the mode of summoning Grand and Petit y migrations, is owing to the circumstance of its fly- account previous to the 1st January J832 1st, Of|
the
Ing by night, and of its ward and settle the same en or before
nhi'-h last "u..j the ,'ommissioner, is hereby require J to pay. 67. An act concerning Attachments. long flights being consequently never seen taking next as longer indulgence c"nn-Hbe &ivcn Lhe

- Sec. 3. Be, it further 88. An act. to provide fur by day. The habit migrating by night it :es-I Tallahassee
enacted, That Thomas Munroo bo al- County. the election of county seat in Jackson les in common with the po ., February 7th 1332*
Woodcock
Scolopax Minor tho
snipe
tho rico bird, and many others. })

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LIMI' Aiirust -3' 1S3K ; on the United States for ten years, the number of both sexes is 245,601, and of free people z &JHEAV w

Last mpht we hau a severe SJ.OCK. ol .HI eartn- Frencu government a Ij.i tub otis the reclamatiMuswiudi ()color, 19,543. Of! mis number ot coloured 4. ,1. IKU, It,- 1.-: <,;. .,,Kt ,. ulfl

quake, wnic.i ctused my sudden retreat into our it uad formed m relation to the Sth yrticieof 19,543. Of Ibis number colored persons, slaves or Harntsa. Also, a Jersey VAGGOHami

; : "patio" or court, with nothing but mvshirt on.As .- the treaty of cession of Louisian. It engages and free, two hundred and forty-seven are over llamas. March 13th S. FklTZMAN :!'i

I have before' told you Frequenllv, von can moreover, to establish on the long staple cottons one hundred years of age! How is this much greater Murray's Ferry, 1832. 34)3k"

RN IN MARCH 13, have no idea ot the horrible terror attendant upon I of tue United States, wnich, after the exchange longevity ofcolored persons than ol white people qPER1'nI7Evfl

TUB* these awful occurrences. Laiig.a: *c i* utterly of the ratiiicauons of the present Couventiim, to be accounted for? We turned to an eastern T tYLO 1 AND KL.EIN*

inadequate to convey To you anv conception oftliC shah be brought directly thence to France by tne slate, to compare this with thestate of things t-iere I

) stock of this B.mk *ere t feelings; they create, for they are totally different vessels of! tile United States, or by French vessels, Massachusetts, with a population of 603,339 B KG leave to im He the attention of

clu'n fr thc ) inst. at thc Land Officer from any other I have ever lelt in times 'of danger time same duties as on short staple cottons." free white persons, has, we Hud, only five over a hdr customers and the public in general, to

r Saturday} the mm other of of ratilica-' hundred of whilst out of7o45 tree iheir present stock of goods, they 'teem it suptrflou to .
was taken. Thc; from phenomena nature. Tuere is a sinking Art. 8 provides for the exenange years age; persons
stock article with which there
the
iirXporu. 'n of trembling, dreadful whic.i lions. of color! in thai state, there are lilly over a enumerate every shelves, are
anxiety, seems
r c-nunuc to racctL1)1C
j.na will crowded and therefore inertly remark that have
unJcrfctanJ they
we M. until the in a moment to destroy all the energy of both hundred years of age! Facts, they say, are stub of .
U o'clock A. now on hand a superior assortment goods, which
) placed mind and body. The first in fact the impulse Patriot. born tiling.'-Nat. Int.
h.tresisubscribcd fur' onlv From time Mobile they will sell cheaper than t-vt-r for cash, cotton or approved S

K.! tT nuiib of is to escape 'from the bouse with all the coT'roN.-iimc qualities ate m good request. credit. Then-assortment consists of the folwing -

: the bhr.iion{ of the Laws and speed you are capable of exerting, and t then to Sales of stuctL choice nave Wen made during the Auction & Cuimiussiun Bi.sIIICSE. I descriptions, Vi zDryGoods -

cefla'JTlHUiNDr.R M-nplctcd wilt p hnc them rtuily in lime stand in the place you may have reached; and suppose week at 10 1-4 c to winch rate we have advanced ,III'! iE subscriber hu\ ing been apjoin of all kinds, Hardware &

next 'aL safe, in unutterable! horror, until so miicn our quotation for tnat grade. : *d < r'ioiT r t'nr 1 c-n Co',.nty. ti. rs his Cutlery Looking Glasses HATS

& by time has; elapsed an to removV t..e fear; of a second There is no improvement m the middling and services to tl 1 p : >i intiiCt ct .'u an..c uuniss. n nisi ,

latest .cc'unffcnn Europe shewF stiock, or of an immediate return ; for some, lower sorts, but tiolders! are quite linn, and t tuoii
: nFlGThf sW ,, niMi4.n; ('ii the cnntinciu.-1'iiis limes* two or three siiocks lollow eaca lutT in rapid in hoe lore part; of the week: operations were of j ; < t ss jfl;rims tti I to l.iin ; .tml attend t :ate or i.ther Cliiiiii, Glass and Earthen-Ware S

S *: .iu.t, 'Ai ri ari-in from the refusd of Russia succes.-io.i. After all is OVIT a sense nf.veakn limited extent, witinn the last three days, a lair -.01 l- ., lit tii rountry. 1 1 is office is in ihrfmn of Ma'r- ,

: 't ripU'f-M thi'! L'nd",! Co-sf.-rrnco. It s '
'.* 1't,.Us',,1 aiJ Auiri \ h.ive lioitateJ tora- \\ some it c.UHes sickness at the stonndi; ,, in of the week amount as nearly as they cm W es- II li3ih !':;' 3utf_D. r YRr>. I !ii I i' ()t which will e s 'ld according to. th
;L Stn f 3 tnurv 1lLh, others) it pr.nliices :iie.id-ac.u; aiul tlealn-like laintTo tnnated, to 1000 bales: ,' 'TICE._TliL-siih>crilKTlmsap- times-and mite ex reinc low price of cotton, etc. I. .

.. inu'h rel .ir III th ji Iitic.I ear- dreailhil he added of week have ben V-irl) IV.. nnVr! 13th 1 1-31. 17tf ( S
: : si !! -. increase lie! ; scene tu.ist T.ie receipts cotton tbep-ist: ..iil tj I, N li.akc Lsqr (.1 Tall.ihasMe, his St. -, .

r VC5 ja'', :tc ttin ill"flrii Lt'.t CIt5wie1.d.tvs. \vnt! : always takes pUee; at tne moment! oft large, and toe >t )CK on sale i< i.c.il.iti-il: to bi .: .ut.i luil pi-v trs t > p.d clos ih-- la'e Notice Customers I & t t1
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r r* t. L r '1d1y ; er- I 4.) ie occurrence of a slmcK, t.ie tolhnof lue numerous from I 1-2 i ht l."j,000) bales. Our ceo.iti's aiv made nu i f limlrr ai.d Aiidi.-\\s. All ii! mandh aLaiiisrn' S.

I i : l Liti Ir.h aitUC ii .r4:1tI' I crtoe; cmrc: hells( and the screams: and crying up to2 o en>ckmvest rday, the ti.ue u o1 f cio<;uvr t L.e 1 finis mus' }jj.s pr > "n'C'l 'oh!::!.-.uvl I all '.ehos lines -1 TjCS,1'1 I! \ Ha* conipflled moo

.4; of the Inlf inked men, women, and cn.ldren, hywltum Custom llo.jse, since w. 'Cii time, the receipts of (iii f.iin paul In hin or his! autliori i'il aiiorrey; No o iransftr my notes and accounts to R. HAT

., r: : e retrIL tro i: P1..5ttiti--anJ vcry the streets are jti'.medulely! filled.! From cotton have Wenab-iut ;.i-2l! baltv. 'ihcr jiti.on in Tuil.iit.iv'M has amoy\a to Iii rity to w AI-.D, ami iinlfs-s tirningement? are made immediately

R : ; :ar( q this you ci in t'irm hut a t'ai.n pict.ic in your mind 1ItI:1oimT-- i'ne Ciirrent rate to o I.iverponl I ; continues i.i'-uil.c :u .i.iy nayiih lUe ci-nci A.rr.s C''.1. BUTLER.:\'nfirm.. riihcr liy Cash or produce for the st-ttlfnicnt of the I

: '> r- 'dt, ui.-arc will rfs-s-Jn* the Pp Tli' nsns oft.it; a|)]ELhiIIg cli* 'rtcui: ieI hy i OtC ft'-i nut 9-i sJ.; We II -T ool f iioinmif donif tor I ll.i- 5' '' M-rH 1".Mlw.T2 "02fA siMIihcy! } will bo plact'd in tie hands of an officer for
It| 21l ri'l!. licfnre Term. [ the almto
on or April hope
,, ) 1I the Pacha of Kgyp and tne slnkn:, rof I t.uearth.. It is :a fict ackiio ved! .. i'jlhv vre. 1.Sew \ OK; slupuieiitsare maknt._ ai j- c.Tue ruon -
( will! !I.e -iKl-d U. C. WILSON.rou .
:: 2\N! ; Corks \vill Ije ibii rht1 itt to) I Ior
all wild vv.rMu I n.iv'e, ever conversed oti the : shipping ht exmbits tie m number of es.cL M } i2.: 93:.
,
'' "ontjnn<\ in EflLlfli'VC b IVCT Mi.-iif.a-i M iooi .!.t A I ?!h" m
,1 .'. ft.i!< irreater -- : oV on iv st, pir-
4 rn s %thjert, t.iut: every repetition c.in es a ill p't.:
iurhi ttrtrts. fiomfii'ilvient CO1"1)N QUO I'A riONS.Choice I ,! -innilirt, ,-,, o-'cks a M'Je, *J.'i a F.it! and ALE. S (
:.' I r tired of the shocks even amon<5 f ose wno

exposure nave U'couie I ma meustire: fearless : : : 10 tolUliCN.Good ,, tOo1 liii: odi. O NE ('nppcr 'iili c.'rno.e, Cnnnfr Su ar Skini- I

ron THK 11 or.jPiAN.TI and 9 1-1 i 9) .1-4 tm'rs and L.ullt-s, IO piur of Ui>ri.f'ill Stones, .
: ;
imidM tiiutider hi t.itnir, tempestsIJ : :
\lmaniu coursett. nmt5 : JAr.sj. PITT'.N.tr'o '
OIt
ICr ; .. liU'l 1 OS &L E.\iOUY. '
n ( stu.aMi* to he fixi-il t.nr.ns.
il"-2Jth iifJ.innzry 1-32 I ami c utiu- tt it appears: bat fearesnecannot! he eperienc'd \ Cloud Fair, : : *> .{-4 9 Talnh.is.s-r.! July I lint I-:11 47tf S
jjy in the awful Fair : jl-i"t* 1 < 3Oidmary -.| "
speiks : :
vvaen: : t'.ie \.Lmi.rm! iiU ; -
- u'i; 1, ? mil1w&\ -3 'MVrred and started (\"IT. ) cartnipi.ike: iVtly this j is tor ca: -e I am; incapah'eof to Middling! 7 *' 1-3 (2 L.-i }.NJ. \1 iLLICIIANV, FOR MiW: GiUT7. .

H yrt-.old 1 I.) of last week 7310Ueceed.previously 1 .A. :. P.j a u.M-1 l -.t ''." thMt'icd ( Vil.-r; : ofCi.rfsor. E ,, S
. r S \.\[.11. L"">- :* sJ"' ry,3 expiaininii, ir I know of no principles ) o.irnittire llMVj>t.s of C.itton/iiir ttiC (1 r i i SI1iSfa : ttr 5chr. S
r. ii. 'lludJcus 0 *' : .lls I Item ((11147 I i :! ; S. '. (ho C .r. ;.' a, irt'n.s i.-.s; fn'-mls an-l
n \\ tliU-rs : v.tici are applicable: I to the I ca e. t ,
r "' tt LL 3 lr.JLVVhi hoe pu'i.v, ti'.U lie t iii!l lA'T'II! T>Ili.u I oIly tn time \Af\\- '
( 1.rh'j! t' he said their suddenness is i Hie i ei mme, for I'E'1'EJ1 li. :IJL/11.1 Mais lerVihl
ll I In hardly ,
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1 IU.> 2 lit. 3.39-At sMrtins' .lo'.jn : ous OttO ii > (itS Jifs pr"t'"' a.ii, \\ l.eiivr r..ied! nj.< :i.I

. n'lur't'if-'H'> "."''l d V tm'5 Henry t tiktbc l lnl 1 the edicts of li aUuno, liurneanes and tornadoes, 6t',1tt5iFruni I enay: !,. i zid i a. OHM ral tan-y's trmn- r, \ rota a n u'ular Packet IoCtffl :

d. \viitfli1* lli 'T.tt bv "iU orGO' vi'sa arc often! eipvally: si, and yet fail: of producing any :he ifsi..i' nett' Captain J. \\ S. ah'-o'.h, u fu m,!.-.-, S i u :ia and Ncn Orleans during the present season
2
i 'ii i l lit i.i.nj ai;. {, ni' l-e secured on appli-
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;tWI It II) di.I such : ; t f 'I.?! -it! ? e >'rr 1 : ;!i ? .. r1> y

AiiX 'li.'t fttf'd''j: vo'iM ;a i<\- J.ir i nc x; C I T ; 'r it K OF I L k.--- n.e. bill i lor promote n.ion: to Cieo. A. I'hdis| i_ Co. ai [New-Orleans, or

tti'v-, i- oj!'ir'if'r' sl ir'UZ< P 'ij- -il .11 FATAL DUEL. timm ; euitiire of Silk' wmcn by a laigi- v.te f| ..\\V( 4Ul ( .u the & \v.ni ,( (.-. \\ in. L.. flur..rss, M.v.-i.uha. Die. 21, 1S30. l8tC.TifREAOE. I

. !: .'. I'I i l1 toi.li a Mid.uii'i.. Jno llrury tai.rl'nila Letter to tw Edit or dated.;; the Ilo I l .ir>e of |{ej rei.Miiativr. n.id b-eu t nude ti.e c) 'LI

: S( f 'fC, 'S !.nh h.* kf '*. i'p ii *; I'ciiT TOKALIO, Fei Sth) 1S32. special I opier of I tn( d.iy fur la:'t Tuesday I was onluolioii I 1. thiiFi''ta
: at
oHin u ni'\v store
I .' n if i ? : ': 'i hi U t roTid, 1'in; M.-'is MVC ujirany Dear Sir: I hasten to miorm you ol a inelani' ) of tne Cuaiiin.ui; of tne Couuiutiee 0:1 tiu1 .
.ttcti l. i I of tile Si.w .m'lff :nn t| \Vit.l.r i m -.- i the
jii ware-hou
old
.Pi ; u of the ; addition Ins
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: i ) irreac/v1, ii-lative t.:> an a'dair: of honor: ratio tI representation, with the 1'>iisrut F ( ) to
tt Ft 3: in fir l li".i a1 in. ol ihe Jn1ey > socc llt\. .s i i,oi t':_ f.rbt of May m-xt, fcr th! >- iirrc of
4 morn'iti" the Iiimks of Couuiutiee on Airneuttitre, I ,I l..is erti'ird tpacious build-
v. place yesterday on Ciiainuaii time postp.med i.i useriht r ri r' ntiy a
l."il\ 3 rntrrr-1 :ti.4 rir nl! < Viz.) wa.cu IOOK ruti .r! ai.d f.rv. art .i._. o.- i.-i.t-im*!. .tr :m.i
( p',, oftite river tour mt'.t-s fmm I oilS town, for 1 the i sake of taking up ti-e Apportionment Th ioi: 6Ul by iU tVet, tor I.T 'IVH'cotton and cooils.TI .
ii.\\'il.cr-! > 'i. s. Sial: Dtli Uy J'jri< us, 'ja'-it < uvry with ;. :i.ds. y: inut -
\{OTI IVM'C ARTY.IStf.
< i'' I I 1. I Iietweou' I Lieut. I II. Mathexvs, of I this place j and I but, but at time same tune, ws; n.ade the .. l i r. i-n -, :' t>'ore .'lid wn"ops.r' r.iid nie.ni'ic' ai'"t T :

e..R.LJ.! nz'sgr.C.1t.bySrAIdr"w' 3 vc.rst D. ct. (;. W liter Jtwsoti, from, Virt.'imiii.'here; spt-ci.il I order li'r this, when it is ii-ipo; d!, lusltueie hI! Boa: : lti\ o n that} pi.in; and the tov. n of M.i-.Mi'>- .rks,

_ : 3.; fore; and .,ow tae: dilereiicr c une hetwem I tn-m! will be I no further iiupednuent to its tiding taken; in, ; o
g MS-. Ii. jI.l ', I'. Pii, .1 yrs. !k. 3 I know not; let it si.tnre to s.:iv, ttiat tiiey! ixcnan'il.s'isots ; into consideration. I' 1 ; 1/y them ula rtai.iit! J.. frui-ht. Th / w ill > ,
This | i'Tf'i.. l'i! i *. anil fit! '. .> an.l vill h IMV.iijivpt.tt *T l Lft3.k 1.: i. -l l-.iJ -1-jG;-1--38. w is very at .lie distance of leu paces, and hotli Two succe.s ii ruutjiii tl tst1; I is l i- i v ire t of distuiiruHied V '.0. !1' i ind aii'-x i-n' Vi-'j.wortiurr.n.f! iri-rnKot I? \ virtiif ot a [.o\v. i f ntiorney from AtocrtRiti'tii ; S
mo.-t
i 5 V t lulls I too;; eliect.; %1r. Mitiiews was pit-m-d presided by some the .nulA\ili.ini 31. Heal executors rf the
if a'l.i t .01!' I. < > .itfi ns 'f \ .siin l.Jgr.c; r *, Iloroi ,
3 .. IMw ird a! q;h(* liaif biartins r e.uieuned i si-ipt .n ,
t ..fl thr i tie! heart and expnedvjthout i I a jiioan I ; C.hI ractcrs in the Unou; I have m assert-1 ilii N. 1 Uiti-hie. rl" subscriber will offer atjn'
i t.x.t-
1 lii's ri11 ftat bem 1TL'.iI with o.ig. .iinl li.dlow ntr>-, i.i.il-l I .Uui A ; Ii ;ui Prv Cr.ifwls, > mi
- t iv I- w v inu-: .. and! t.a% 1)I ..ctorvas woundrd in the i lower part of ing tIle undeniable; t'.ict: that the art of reeling or1.extruding l'i: _>. I pill; .!,>(] Viol: 'M.v. ; ... -, S.'llli: S, Sl"frok -> l.cale on Hiiou.iy the Jvi day mf April neit. S

l..i< 1 I day'! I CMS-.n i/: "luct sia*; f r 2 vr. fM 1 ;'itS a-nl C'li 'bSiii.inaat .ihdo.neu 1 it is tliou .it hy the physicians he imimyrtcPc'r. ti.e silk Irom il.e < ocooiis, ><, .is to ( : *- '' ,.>.(i 4 ; ... -- ,rt r- .l!:, [p.-|, tc :l, I\.s 'i. \c. That taro and T-mmodious tavern sondtllt'

J.s J. Pijtiuansr ilt jack >l ; make il merchantable! m foreign markets! is ;all l.--K l-i-.O; '.tP f '
1:1: I
; -v'.fl 1)y __ c 8 L III 'T-V :'lliaf'Sf situated en the
ji .MII' 'ij'.i: 'I r. IJtfksrull and Ui **' A.V vSiiiI11 will this pernk'O'iP mode ofsetll'mo! these that is. wanted to mirod ce cia ot.iaI1v into ti> U jiiia\va i from i Cli "l-'r"t- Adirntre. t and> public square, S !

i r' Tii.: 1 -' !h. :a*., -M> S21 ht.Ro t *n cm-n .1 v k disputes, wiiicis ;ias roh'ied this country of MI many countr\, a branch of aLl ietmliiir.mi iudiistr\, wcr! 1. I tlit2.ifji ;a-----S'nl kiiov\n a.-> the Plaiiin I.,;. !, the building fronts

. i I '. It.S.5 .!1 1I1 t1 : ti 'Vti1 14U ; e. v.ihsahle .iten, he einvd? I may: say: never, as has ennciieil and couliuliuucs to eiincu everv t ( .7 tVcl on Ailun .-streft ;>V.'J10 fret on the" capiiol
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4ii-! !. 1 mi: flirt out. for; I :lv ._ rri'i; n n 'v fC men will never <;n>w w'er ('Ji this \\icked |M iit.Lieut. : eountry that possesses H, and Uttb tuese; eoimmt- t LIt(., I 3ll.o', y tti' II.iiiI! _n'tiiinon r.t 'niI -'I'Mrs-; t'.vo sforj-s hi-h, ci.-i>pttIy! weatherboordid '
rli.HLitJ I. 1. \ \l. A. Aril's t :t- -
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d4 I I tLt ', ihr'c vtertJ a. d s artd ( iz.) I I. a : ii-ntleman beloved tees have agried in ommtnibiii! to Coi'! rie.s.s to1 ..' .Ij! :: im.I \\ith a porp 'n"fh! iY ms, end 1-as lately S
atuewsva> :
yoisnj I 1 ii. .. Id Li .thi''U : ; .i a: t.011 '
J. F. L tt'c r. r ilt LiU m crnivinc rq l' s. 1 sullii-.em .z5/ ) y,5. n".ij tlicroui! fisan! addition of 63
hin t.i-eq'.k-nlly his JMS.Sis 1 1j. est.iblisii a hcitiUtl for iiislrucliuir .1 : minibirr ( r/om-a _: r pi:r, ti -
all knew e I. iii.-hos lt5: F.
!ii>7 ** 2J i hy wjio 4c'- auth t :.: i :! (:
!Vi. H. (i. llfks Ai.ax is sympathy of m that most il.llicull an.I The f .-t ur.-if (n tiu1i;>i"I tu u f ha} Wen crertjd, the St
In si,ul tuere 0ooI', men -
i r. I H. '\ ::1 lf-r'.< it* ( r-rd, 121 I 3 in c.i lamentetl.! y been entert.imed b .t r d to nkx'liiui an! .i: *'t I I'::' <". I'M* IT TrM. t ti: t ,.i..y f Alii'>hi&l>ri'-k/t<- vcond wcatherboaididTh
lwtu men and in the prime same i>p.iu ii appears to have _v i ,
i 'liia* t'i':l i.i-1 I -. aI' > a -'" 1 ra-'c and won awlv'A for t.iem hemo; vom ( > S j G.u.1..IJAMLIN.; :oiit J S
Coii-t
ihrnin.of Uils; Lara-O!! : ()1ii.i. SIn M. l : a' ->xe property l c; "rnstmcted expressly

. pit -wl.-: 15r'iii' fc *. w. s run fjr worth $ il). Eoiiu ha>te\7s. Sec. gress, who I not only ordered a l.uge niimbet i I ofespies __ i'l" f / I -fit 7 i *"' .i ta .r. having a dfnh": f.9 the whfilc lentil* of S

iii'l t-'.ir''tl 1'U'; it, F. I'. BI.AIR, Ksr:: |. GJobe of 1 the rejxtrtol this coiuinittee to be prinj I I vr* .- 1 I'l *sl hs-ri I | .cr i" > !<> the ii'-w I. ''ulinp, hrjit i.r Jnvcnient sitting rn..?.

7"S '. 1'ittiu.ins. h. :Mi' *<%asoiKj, byl l 1'ini4con, 1 j I te-i, but m the same manner on'.ered; toe putiiicatiou i _i_ 0 >i It i s t 1 iiiiiiih!? n\tiiiti oO tli*' ( <>t'\ *' fti r'nart.I'crs, v.r. Ati.tc.d; l :o s 'id house, isa I,'rc'"wo

? i'. !. , by Ahralia-n; 2y.r. of this Oil tne Ks>avs of D'H'imei-jm*. On eveiv.iiieideiif.il r m'is M I 'iri f ili c'd., w ill vil :it l ;s h'-us ou Srt ur.y .-kiich-nr.UtVM; Uy i.> f-fi.; The ujiper slf.ty isl'ii S
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X dL Extract of a eer:i fr-i-ii, a n.Mii'.enrin c.ty, ., iu anall th) t.f :!.f-0!. -\- -iLosi'Ts keh"U ..
i the Viikv -till
M UK ksc. h. Charl- y <> > motion tint wa- i.i.nle nsj-ee.iiir: ti euhj"Ci in: > /r-pfrry iitf in ii'rv.s 5 r icrvsm's wash librae, >u :

; Trips bh&k: ; t. i lldr I i 01.41 trd Liwrptvt':, I De'eii'lii-r, OUt.i( I l&.il."V.xi ., of MIK large majontie.s Miowe m! *! iue fivorable I ..fa G'.itl: "Vitci;!, 'jtin, Sv. i nU--\t-'rin, ; pp h r, a; il a i" v -r ii iiior v<\Il\ ofater in the \an ,on

1 h wa a t U ract' h i eci ;v.l I tr.no: Ifirrj.-d, V>::<: Inl'e tins I rtae.iosyou.ofuu > of iloiise tovvMids; t.ii brai <;,i .: e: f": rc.: Ti l Hits .til soins tin !cr t's'rms' d iF.ir. the ST..i I'.t is two>i-- .i '-oi.etc frfn'inz on Adair tr.whi .

firi S4ii Patch both
ta-1. '1'iiiic 1 5C. iy the Seer ary.Fr of t.'iis !-!; ( ; aiitl. to t1ii'.i1a.: it Mill :appf.irs toh ol'iiubistiv, and it is i! s.-f--y.: A. I AMI'.I'.llT. nur.-d: isa f.i- f sri'-;ie on ren .aff.l.KS'ivet,

. *' Mvidnir: : :: : 1'.M whet1or it wil; u-.ich' tms or a- permitted, L.t. biii! repnited IK the: Comn.ittLe onA S' .,! iti's,.. < a rh!, 1 n 1SP.2. 7.0-.k %vih: a dui-v.T; i t'e.: .i 'r ivf. 1 hi wl: Ie! t f the S 5

vn: the Druii>.\\ irl Times.Trcv.'iii'1 of 1 tne Ja'ir n !iir.ieic;.>t cmrs. r itmotet heknown. uculture would have pa.ss.ed at the last e--( C 1. All 11i'.i12 a! ovf pror-t rty wfl''i l e '=.-l.M''nti'e; and is now unit** aba
jiT''i
.1\ P: n--On: our firs p\i wl!; be fi'tM-i fly aieatVaul of us exteadnii, o.crtit" :sloi. : person.. \ r lu-iil iti1st < fctobcr 13.53, and will be to-ld >ulrj. -
:Muiy _A.. 1'ta. p _
ri (t'n i frin the l.jte Mrsss.ri' jf :r. \V-s-c- ', ou.l tin- T.e sanc bill is nou before: C'o:: 'C s, n ported I :' mb s .L 0 1 ft to so-il k.isf.At S
I( Kiiiiid i1i1 I cn see l no% t i'ao'i: .o- flI! < arrrnr.til -
:: : i. n it r .stnic
v iM ilTercd h'.v.so
wilt I
AI ;ini'ii iu a 1 'ine this s, tt a veiiei.ited I committer. As tar r a< vvecanju.igt' : ttt.S. -"i- titia'vfplncp: a
7:. T- '{iliiMi Vi.;.sits uito tl.at i"jn i.f our c'>uiu.j ; :uidiaiuil p )-ii-jr: tnat it cl'l n.t di> s i a eou-itry heI'vet'u > oil ol tIme prtsrut llm..se, it '; tiiily uf'tt-n ;; ,':t:1! i*, ; Io iihi.ijii-.r'i! T, wi'h'n -:.ml t I r n.T -r-' Li-'-!.-< t, which l.as ro7'saflt!v b een

, I'f > it.incntl to the no !<". >f I h C .Mnril, a sh.eK.y p.; $p.da; ted, aad n...--e the tit c.'m>c te disposition thvorabieas I tu.it ot I ti.e I Ia- .- .5 .. y o ai '-, 11.. y v. (! hoI I p nt- r Ii.ti ir, iL A .1 persr: sMII (hr if dsi a s on*, :i!" .s very tniir'r; ):: tobn>ine>i.Ao S

if :TI' PI: I litury IVrrine, I"ui'illais Cin.1V. eve v con-er of it, :< M> urea .iiid i 1 constant.T.a1 apK'.irj; | > ai 1 le ist as :...-ii i.. ;.I.f t-s.iu nr. r ;!! -.! tl -t, nko iji.rn di- a I'.t of iT d conT-.urin n'o-'Ui; SO( acres, well I

1 ,f and other medic nesnc )m- bull at biii. 11'it should pass into a law, \\iit Wj 1 < i tM.r-n', as mlii in.tu"j-- '-" .->( 'e i. .xitiin three miles of tow ain .
. f r fi") n-1.y. aitrutd! Ui JK t 5 re.iry: < 'it. ; : c f.ircuiip 1: 'ior ) m lini'-ereu' an i .tto'rd.! -M'lt :
p advanced e.iiTietl mio m execution on the 1st ol'JuU next s nil l lm 11' Ii I !!' PU! nAbV i : .
I1" WIXPiI"c | ; Imi d.
5 'trv. Aianil.fr l 4 ttt.r ol *u r ( mended lot te; c.ire ot it lias alrrady a thickly se'tlui n ::J0

Ii.I f tiki.i from ijc Aas.nton: tclcraph
:L : HIM.)1 4fl! tin., J>aun MI je"4. I uieiit haxeorden-d; flunivi! for tlie fl: n'v, '.vine:! nude, for \vhic:. the will not be tm.e. if te I : 7. 1 & I I ..-. \ii irlt-i-K-d! to :!ie jiim-ha-pnir y t-> I.e.iiu| :M i.u'!. the babn in S

T1 ':.. 5 bt ::1 sction >f U.i i ni :ii (arti in ft einral. lloi.se >no.il: ioiiiiL-r ildav to taKe tne .subject; lot; :> I IcoAisnicr3 '.* I II thruqi>.tliinnirni lymants: o TUI> an intir st of .
is i A. 'I .
L i-fits : vt-iy .rYt.rfl
show; thai tilt fear 1 .spieadii. :1.: O*. a t l'b t E.t. 'I'i r \ r 5
I" ,' ,,. rv :;. ] ti :z.i the Ml'itjC of til rttlUVl II of ti.etl Iii.11. IiioIiim.r': \\ill have to be erected ssul ti> com*' $ \,->r n nt, j-ir -I as.fr jrivln appruv-il security. On ;
5) spreading Jii.T'.vis- istv rrii :f
The distress that a irneia I ,1 t.-; o ar 'fsir .
.! ( a1ur4iin in c1eL ; be ,! ; t'lt L-.st nriif? properly', ihe icons arc, 1-2 hi
.t:? :ic 4 ; a' and : wil. ,.ave to procure Mit-srri1."r t, 'v. >
he iei: .
ti:' h-l in Jiiis c 'vmtr\ '.'-jU occasion! u ill sixty :vt.intr jv.aid an-i l ?>otl.! tlio x: u'-. t j'ii ti}:: y tlio
S \ .t' nvi. r ivc! r r' urns an CS rcii'icr nciu in a ease States and I'emtorie" of 1 lie anilvrn J-jut.K 3irl tie! balance in twelve m -nhs, bearing :
it has from :all t.e. iiuleei.l! this invan'. < u.rv vdle r : -
than tIe rAfN
uion >
: ,. ). ) ( ; tiitrjs.md: tunes trie..ter, in n.y o;> H { : that -v'1..< intrc os al I'TC wii!} jood s.-curirv.tattf .
1I Ill <
411 L'uoi atd assembled at I'hil.idelphia ou .e lay llti! t( thf! inin a tr.i r. f.r lUTiionaftrr '
;. Vrl'f1th1t'I! hy 'm'i.st in -inn-Hint >' "i s'e< fr :ncn'rrr.Lr heeti eiMwln ie: uoi >o niicii from the gieat mort i bi.l p |j.1t :-j }boniniuiif-j at 2 o'cl'-ck! at the a'pifol square.
Should liie b atundcd t->
\ni
I TI th: iifk-i.-t-: : : :
I wiicn the liuture wuljte opened. i'iy.: : < y liMpi- ? ; RAMbBURG ,
| / \\ith i'ie cxle '- \ a'' he rt'iieiidtI. as tl.c tajr: ailion'of LE\V IS .
: iiuocomp-/ition t t- litn> ;' ,. '
pi .
-
.
be .t isilu- only: iniei.u c vV. 0 S
'lirfl> L' '''f "> trzh, >tl they poss* a lvamasts, in l tra
nRJituii of" Ji.t-i i oi1 iid! < lnnret"wluli least m the JIC'C14t veai, and at any rule go eat 21 ls.t IS *:. 27tds"I S
ZrImtI
r P0"" 'iOfl : ; it of >;flii; yment: for, let Hutts.i cor.imeice j 1e' 1. h I p-2. -.y il- ,
fair'y' r.illc.l: i into action pla-( s ;ih MH nj-ona fn- maittin.'oL lor: only two tuoiitiis--MidfiiM tmbiirasment i u ill lohow. ::J"J Tii h ** (Ifftrj-a Jo--nal will pleasecopy the nI'OL -
K' ,
aiulI1 : :< v 4ji will not equine nucli': forward il.e account to this of. i
hn ihrcn- ti.roe r.ccks ami
This bill
oc-'T'1 ili'.jr northrn a
1(1 "iiiy r'iuiniTir ll.'wr.iio t1ii..ct thtirt'titr::'va In the rersafraid:: : atd 10 credit will he s-i tota'.h parali- j discussion liut a .slioit tm.e will be leqi.ned 10 '\r-i. I I ;( litOFi C..,-. ? )

.widt,. Itl ,,t' < ::*'Ti
''wndrjicn. nrrcs ::: i 'ty 1)' ( s1 ] y tomay t .4 s-.ock. as 1 1The ih' 2m Ii 3 ''i i
ih '
: wor1d.-N. V.Azeric.1n. ponemer.t. iIIV. r ( V ot ( fl, I fl uvelve mnVs iVrni 1'zti1aIias'.opp'tvards ofo
; ol'the <: :
1II4, si.ic 1J.H wunr. .. c.jiKTul the bankers
.I Lr'4. sht apwrtr n'iry ; it involves art tO' cLkdIl aid in. : .
that } rilim
r. merits of Inequation & or. !i t1! ir I i i.uiuliril ot'clcarcil land ot"irood qitalttyn
'' i" r n iJir d that vucilv 'ars hive tlopsedn ;.- acres
ji.'y f 'ii'lr
luail cat:
; i'.ie of la.Sim.ZI S Mi.rsiriiiN! ; ill ;ui iv. my ,
,
sntiicieiiiu expeJiei.C/ '
ViI. 1 convenient i houses.
hill out
I h |
,. aji.l > l d .vrl'.iuj *>usiuui:
: r in )! \n .a strati;:* r to our rultiva
ii i.f isoucof thf ]ir-itl'.irlion) > of our sil T o. Treaty with Franiv, n-ccntly nitifni.l l by tne i IJZl I is riCMiovviediied on all hands ;States i lor; ;lit ot last tlie''i .- ''MI.- sin vllA\air'n r.\i uiii.n, ; ill fivnr of P.ui'ul I I-. LLICU'tlc .- '1'ertii, '* niuie known l "v" the subscriber in Tiliafee. -

-an < ;',a it \ the t-lnp'.e of th'- South, ahe llld the nitificit two :\ear>, t.ie iiew&papei.s m all the ) has-t DANIEL CANT. .
j. K \ trrc.it tin S.-jrite of the I United t: t >, a tibia the lii.rr pu"-Ti! <\ l lI>v law.A e,
'..ibet.. '
1'wmvan.n- !y < xpcne.il (t-xckisive of the nniiM ns r of winclivere fXC..flh1t'd u"'t''m tlu> Fivncli Union n.ive Wen unanimous on this > | ; A. FIM'I I!, ilm.tur Ft-briiary-21st 1S32. 27tf f

',':! m,: f ri,, '. cxctdiic inY'1 mo n> remember wit., gratitude, ti.e Atl-j
i'f > ij-y Inc con nn pion) tie 2.1 instant, w is t'ostenty uiu 'I 1. 1 HAMKiLPII marshal.TH .
M.I Serruriei,) on
'".' :;'1 n"hns winch lie j'tinc' U SALI1.-A lirst rate Roller Cotton Gin. Ap
f ili'fl! !| .
.. :| rs-: in iy % time riesident to Conrress m.ii.Ntialion; i.iiilri v.liicn I Uis great j < loI. I rt ii i--: 301* :*
T: ir> f |-rr., tlt in N.itui-.ial NOTICE I fBt
: jsof ? i'l' Iafnlat *, :ati(l \\h-'vc r\Mirs( nnvmntto mid we [editors ibndK tlt: our ilost rums l'ni- l-cL ruaryUt 153-2. 27
I !
it nintents. tne nation hopes
5<> aiwut $2HiOflPO, .vc onict-.v,. that S ur conjr.-- lui! optiirtiiiitv| ol' hasnU; nummtr over civic crown, to the I I j : on< arc hereby car.tioncd
f.idmg ALLiT
wiiiiintuf .ieh is tin: most iiIilmtrt.i deut will add tuis never > P v\ J. MV.. DAVIDSON rcspucifuHy ten- '
TW craJc as tl.cy: sf. IT>, are at once hroiiuht The fir-t artic'e w : !! ." t'>r a n io! t ivrii u r r. liii imiS ) { ,
Othr < jf'S nniotirn ; t/.e'oiUuvinir words. other tropaies tnal atim trio t liurow. ; Octol.erUK 1' 1 1 1I .- his acrvires in the several departm nts of
vnpo of prol ability. cxi> )it. us at least; is in i i'"M'r.ilatil, almut il-.r 27'hnf
larb i atrl mated and t in orderto i t'liy ii'tati'id his '' to his fricndsTind the citizens of Gad.-- j
th '' -ar en 1rve bet "Article I 1. T.e:: Frctifi; go overiiiiii-nt, ui.uxuiiv I illku'ib'riUcr, as I fhccf-.n- ,
lflr e ,.j| ,n t'jo extreme .S 'U lurn Sislt t.If SuViati- It(1tcimIjme1cly lioiu all time ncl.itin- Ax I IKI-H I'IANO.A SoWr industrious Paddy, j I :.. iii. r i..ili it. JU1IN VLl'VlNt: r?. lien C1.Iuity. He promises punctuality and faithfiV ', ?

tin a'irh hnsbci.ii: the .St'tU1iI1 fvCt pr'wiu- airauist it 1>V tin'i ct 17.elm' ol- t.e; U. ill tne Cahoii, has lately; invented a musical; ta,,:, ; 'a-( "' l j. ; 3mWv nnt> -in cv ry application, ar.d his charges will be made : .
fe frw tioris preferred \\ islung to tuJMJ >ml with the hardness of the times. ;
f
Wtlicr.n.- derives
jftion and cuhivnti a \uy litr Wine i oe a patent. locorresp'
"< M-q-'eslrar.ous. ?
nl ..fiiv S. for unlawful s.-i/.ures ta'pl oomt after work he ; .JUI.ij; 'LL.MOltk. % liJViIt(' Gamfskn Co. Fl.riib, JanSl 18322tf !
"P :cil I j>l-\n's, av.il that l within the litnit-d pcn< 4 .1!' Hiei vessels, carr a I bttle i I miiMC on an I evening Iii) .
1 > en forty and mt still jreatf confiscations, or drstr:.cti-ns i treneral but( deeper the ci-
fifty may
years t >: sll" I 01' g.il a IM-X ot the appearances
>
$ !
jrr-
refl xts I L' when larirc inMiilwrs ofH'lnoro : (* <, or ou.er p-ojjrrtv, iij.t and fired I a MESPECT1ULLYiulonns
anticipated ; ( < onrucs 10 t t (J.) eriinuntofthi' "ItO Iii i e.mdra tna.i an ordinary piano, that hi Just Received S.
valiabe! exotic1' sticli as tos, rofii e, twinty.fi\emillion end tIme oti.er. liiti Lids
to
) one
wluM.all di-t I ih..teil .11110111!! HIU 01| 1,0.0 ir.un i.d h'ni'S'-'if in 'hiscity.
t '.flI 1t;.: &e. bave lK'n introdurv.t nilei! i.i lm., ami . .x six 01 seven s\\n.e ate piced (but tnere maybe N.s S believe tb! t .j.'> .- iilitlril, in ihe UMIIMIT iGnO' bushels of CORN,
I; ui utnicr vroofu. ciitnr'e \ uYlmmiM"" mine,) of liit'.eienl agt-s, fnun time suckii.g pig )'-ci 1.1 V ]' \rl-i-rjrni' I> adf.id, or at his residence cor- FLOUR

want b.si ii.v tt st of experiment tn si-creed, itrl S which it shall ti, :.1 1 ur M.Ii< to l>oml to the gi nil boar i exulting in Vitilii itoil. In I tuvv.iv 'n r o- A"'aniird' I Cat' sttet.;. 100 BbIs S. fine Howard Street i-

t )Tc4Zt.; t.e! Ijfipeof tbe mo t anirt'itie' ; and ift1.y Art.t2.., ]>p.\ul st i :at instalments, I inUist j s-c.iieof xo.ces is omtilm iii&t. The t.nl> nnnuai HERRINGS
wj 40 do (Susquehana,)
luis in ;-tx
it nuie
will inlue
swcud, cotion. tobncco, and noe, ; ci-ui on each of 1:10: in- I IS P.l.I =.u..ale aie I il.en drawn turough the > 50 SACKS SALT,
I tot Uti.e of tbe Soutb. ;it i he rate ol lour pel that ball': a dotila.is a. fie N.A HAI LEN
closed
only staples l>.ix, and tne lid so I 1000 Lbs, BACON HAMS (superior,)

I a i. I iionuren: of U. oixg out.de.Menever l'addwishes topla received lute UITK.ds Any persons wishing to purchase the corn, can Lnvft I
j that I li..e \ l'j st by
and -1 po\ide
From the I'c5ci'a; : Gr 'tir. Art, ('t h'-unr nUrate.iinm. } ie"i\vitc..e.s eae., Mil I rapidly and I siiccessivei I-i- j credit until the first ot'Jaauary by giving a bond with security.

AW Irarn hy letter.* received fiortiVavJuj rtni >. on it. part, 1mr t.ie pnrjH.-e< to : to the overn- \ and the inline Wsrir.s, "I'd lastfs as 1 loair as be fri oo 5i'e\v-Y-tik. TIMOTHY M'CAin Y.

I. a Mr. l\M\c: !\ Nashvil-f. Tent! has l.ii'ti all 1 ,ivclan.nlioi.s!. &c. i pax hUniteihe iuusic.uis August 17th 1831 52tfJV
\
of 1 I 1,500,000( ( ( i iiaicmHtiiiMial \ hive*. \ i.en tuiti I, I he jnM
J'wuitv>.' : l hy the President( to ho 1 .j'ul <'I!' tin* I p."ni of 1 Fi .i tice nilhum tin hie next tiiue. Toe ::irs are all Iri-n, and MEDICINES. .
& e. 2000) ) Pair NV'jr > shrs .\;ooo FRESH DRUGS 8t
S ofJ''i" msta mei.i, ni.d skiituilv ii ;.i.e.
} Ir. Urc; < sn.artiy
a l
5 ovoles t.i \\ i' treaty i will not pncltuletliet u..en t.ie iv.itc.iinir! is n.ixti.ieol I "lUO Pieces .'\ _'t" ('otton Fnstiin: Just received, a large and complete assortment
:
: <::.Ma to IK jidg:* of 14C! Kjstciu: D.stuct olj An. i tK.ii of rim omits, oti.er. inan; those the t1iIiC is not : uhil I behind li.e 1 f-nii( C P L).>. ilo": W.-ll n'Moih and Satinetts, of fresh drugs and medicines which will be sold, S

i4.j' 'Fims' has re( >rm at Ioi5jiii rtMclifd; our )roMC. Glasgow or
within its
,

; -|
I -diciary.; Il was liojH-d tins ck-pirttiH-nt: would ctIiitg IIaVIIV. mstrmnent is cal.ed'a 1 jPgI1g .lly. 1$>U PI i. Rose it 1'nffilc d. ., JOSEPH LAuD, nigpif. H

ve tK-en respicU-il c\vn hy those* tflIt strenuous count!ics $,)4 tla.u tlie t\\<' )vernuetits sliall Courier. 20 I) Bales Ponies- Sheetings &. Shirtings, tc.la Magnolia January 17th 1832. 22tf
fjr violent would Art. 6 prov.des Pozni Wool Hats ,
rotation: in oflioc; :uid that the evulei.ce m ,
13 f coidered the Ermine as too far removed i c)1ocmiy: fi.nn-n anv .;;ui-umenUiry ailjuil.CJt.on ol i heie lies lit tJ.e Clc.u's. Office of the House of .ion; Pii-ct-sStripc&. Plaid Domestics, MARSHAL'S SALE

frorx warfare become of the spoilsr tour pofe>cs.Vumto facilitate ue I a huge manuscript volume! e.iiii.unuiMicd 150 Do. Scotch B.iceinr.From Facias -
lnr.'y to a part Uepiesentatives virtue of a writ ot Fieri ,
-rj I containing
of' ? > Hut this IDPC> has IKTII disappointli claims.A word"Tue -: .. 10 Congress s-ome days ago, Schooner B'to delivered I shall! to rate to the
the I
'ed. afr if. 7 is in time following Census or r.uumeration, otme NcwOrleaiiby E I me expose
with Fifiu
c IlLflh1 Part with our old Jud rt'S fiom an' afer the exchange me retuins ot t the bidder on the canitol in the city of
wines oifF'ra&mce. It is an mlerstn.g lushest square
Jttionate regret, and believe they carry with Ui-inj of ti.e pres coiuen.-, i'eopie of the United tatC'. would NATIVE Tallahassee, on tfceSlstday V of March, all the njrht i
ions
of if
ratihc.it
\vi5ios; Of the eopc.! Bin we do not ; ) 's 0| is ,>ohtic.u doiuiinent, and any one doubt ISO Bbls. WHISKEY, tide, claim, and interest of Davis Floyd, to one nerro -

hose!) to consider this change in a personal jKiint .shall be admitted toc-uiMiiiipiw shall not exceed; t lane t.e trouble to anaiy/e it, would, we 50 Half do. old do. ma.1 slave, by therame of Charles, levied fin ai ,
I duties. w..icu \\ CaStIiitY i>- .
rc It nwo'vcs wliich we ue\'ei .he Union at ; used.*, not ihscioue many curious facts, e New Wheat FLOLR, the of said Floyd, to satisfy an execution ia
principles loi. such as it is 100 Bbls Superfine properly
( .
** the ofme ,
* by & Sale within the hoursprescribed
rates recapitulation S
ft.pt'Itwl: to see avowed, much less brought into lollownig U. 5st4ie>,; ot .e. ->i\ ,,eieil it tile otneV day, at the : 100 Coil BALK ROPE, favor of John W. Simonton.
>. wines HI tue Carolina and BAGGING ..
r'JCuce. present lor cents for wmti leturns of the State of North ; 100 Pieces Heavy Kentucky by law.
vine casks; ten JSJCOJV A. A. FISHER, cLm. for
cents for red in at the aggiegate, presently Lbs. Middlings Shoulders
ii moM careless glance 10,000
w.nes me marshal.
The bill of the fleeneo.roes wine Ill casks and twenty two crni. IH.uvteu .- 1 to our view facts wlucli seemed worthy to usif 5 Hhds. Canvassed H.LVS, T. E RANDOLPH, 28tds
for the removal Tut proportion esustiug male Richmond TOBACCO, 23th 1832.
all sorts; :; ill botties. serious notice* The free white 50 Boxes. Kegs best February ------- ---------- f 4
from Virginiapassed the House the duties 011 Frtncil wu.e i.u.ududu, more of the state numWn 2J5,954-tlme le- 20 Do, Porter and w LE, OR SALE-A first
wi.icn weit dito ?
'iaritt population Cos. AXES
&
: ot'tne 1)ozenCtLinS' ,
E oi Delegates of that Stnte, on the six- ard the wuerai rales Jauuary 129, miaii be m.im mii.tle, 236bS.); total tee white population, 473,843' 100 10 IUGS SHOT. rate perpendicular iron .si rar 4

tecutli inst. to ojcratmIlIt tIme, lt ol the United Ol these, iltt only were loreigners not naturan.edlr mill and three copper lioilers! ,
There is compulsion Government
be no taiaed m o. e the dinumsh those gen- ift -eigoi of me whole numWr of j>eople are ocr BLANK HILLS OF LAUNG-Just prin- skhmmr*. ladles, &c. JOHN P. DUVAL.
ted. The thousand siiould think 1)IIper to OCtleaf and dumb 25tf .
sum ninety States one i.unUied years ofige. ed and for sale ot this Office. February 7th 1832
dollars eial ratts in :t iiC % tnritI. of bhod 2ii. Of slaves, the whole
is appropriated for their remov- "Iti coimsidcratiora 1" tiua si'julation, wiiich sha.l"bebinding Lilcie are 2JO; *



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-- -- -- ,FOR FAYETTE ; of any law, on tliat subject which your hononrotle body may deem cx-I I by a Lieutcnanl "Walker of" the "British naw _

LEG1SLAT1\K COUNCIL.FEURUARY. 4 i'Ctiitnr. H. WELLFORD, Octobu, who states that sm.ce.a.1JrenOuR.1'VY' ."

12. Obed E. Murray, Justice Peter Simmons John Bird, John Hop- Hi.NRV loo. September, the island has diminished from on'th jf *4 .

: The HOU .' met pursuant adjournment, and quorum being pre- on. Joel Hammltter, Joeph Jerruron John M'Damel. justIces of the \ 11LA 18, in circumference to little more than a quarter a miles c
1 Pt.8ce.L'mnn Kellog Notary Public. Joseph R. Betion-Auctioneer TU03IAS I \ ot'a j? _
the minute- of were read. of that unless Ie
tent, yeMerday : Walker IS opinion, fresh
I t Mr WAll.lf.N introduced a' bill to beenritled. an act to repeal ann Jreen PaUasou-SheriJf. Joseph R 6ettnn-oroDJ Ixory IVrry! Ordered tat it bcentersd on Journals of the House.A"r wluch is unlikely as the chit: continued eruptions take
1 Clerk C Court. James Mills- Ben. F: B enrolled An ,
jmfl Lymen Kellog Joseph R. Betton.- of Lumber. \Vm. S. in the and and boiling water the beach, that the
Inspectors s olerror.
which read alst, 4d. and 3d1 time and passed : ordered that ; oeloiejusticesui peace, regulating appeals writs nextor
: r, wn:
:i l' > 1'oap BuckLor James, and Joseph Patterson-Trustees uf! S. Land south east gale would wash all that remained of ;
( l.. nil P be sit aforesaid.Mr. the
i 4 UYRI U introduced a bill providing for the compensation of the Mr. BOOTH from the select committee reported a tompen-alion entirely I away.

:. 3. e ';>." )$ of the. legislative council winch was read a 1st and 2d tim FOR ST. JOHNS. bil, which was iecei\ed. and committed to a committee of the whole, At the latest dates from Smyrna the choloramitlmgdrcadful \3s"BtiI. .

:. lit cnnmitted to a committee IIf the whole Mr. Robiou in the chai. r Warren in the coair. who repotted the same with arendueot; ravages in that city. It i is statfd

I'J reported jbrngrPss-the rt'l'or'VBS received and the bill commit- E. B. Gould.' Pres. Jus.. James Riz. John Gray, Jr.. Jos. DHe"pine, the reprtU rereixed : the bill lad /;lid tune and passed. Vienna, December Itith! that there Wag then but unde:' .
I
.C' i .Mesms IJ.Mitli. Fitzpatrick. Kobiou Sanchez and right. Oanl. Hurlhert Antonio Mxarez. Antonio Tnary.: Jus. Peace ; Jos. : in fax'or of John Lauiiaman was read and adopted.Mr. patient in that city and fifty! in the suburbs. on .
I Ueiespine Jno. C. Cleland, N Pub. and Fis. Mariu of Lumber FlTZl ATRlCKotlercd the f following resolution which was .
The preamble and resolution offered by .Mr, .Sanchez on yesterdavv ; In. read and The London llmcs.of.the 31st says that accounts f' **:

\ \ >*re read adapted.$ which Revolted.adopted.That the secretary of the territory be. and he is hereby lexandria to the end of Novemberstate that the chfo r. a
\ Mr. KUTTALLofleied resolution following was adop
..1 1. FOR JACKSON COUN ry- authorised and rcijuut'd to deii"ind and take from the commissioner i>f bus had entirely subsided in Egypt, and the inhabit *,*

v in Tall.iha.per'icoiil! ) in the MIIIIif txxo thouanl dollar! :), 'fur allY in- '!) every where resumed their accuston.ed .
Resolved, That the council chamber be placed charge of the avocatiuns.e
I
;. Inch be done to the council Hall and tlio lurnitun- the ton was cxpcded to about tn''
yield
ba
ciinmis: % i ; jine. the time the hall be in his ciiuige, and u-ed for Tne number of Poles hitherto into "-
> sent
; to the use of divine vvor-lnp-Mes"is Haitzell. Bootl.t Ben. I Hold I n. E. I 1. llower. R. L. tV'aNon. (i..o.O I Hawkins.I during :ale banChmer i. de,

t-i': t H 1 i.it. Love. Nuttail, l Robiou. l'ope and \rihuL-w voting l for ; and JohllllriItJr'. 0 \William-! .lenry I Tnppe LLWI.llu'lan' i. BiMijimmHo : .: reh ii>us ami other puriit.the which read and at6 !,JOO.) '1Ir., pr
.Mr. UVlxD was b.dpttd
$f', t >:Jr lV-id"nt. and M I iTS! 1 Bud. Cooper; ruzpatrii Pnest. San jr. andVJ.. Mauldin J* Peace ; I:. J'r! \it. Pub ; I 11. .'. I otr"ret lollox'-ingresolution London was enveloped in a fog on the 2-lth Dec tVj.o di

c-'ic/-tnd arren-7.igam-tit Noxvl.md and Amo- Cry. auctioneer-* ; JosephVachub, 11. ()' \cl. I : denise thai the mad coacues and other vehicles! which 1 m
r4. i Re.-olxed the and Iatve:: cour.cil of the territory Ief\th
by Jegi- '
Tliu P..c-i prt-se.ited'he 'hc follow n1eage from the acting gov. and II. B. Crews Trustee-. Lands' Ocror (f I' were conducted out of town by n.en with torchi a
\ : 111)' idu, That the tit-a.stiri-r bir rtuird[ to pay John 6 I tt/ the sum ""' .. '
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It is said that C
I the
marri.ige contract
cruur betwen
i sixteen dollar lor his taki of the arms Kin
>i.rvicu5 in g Cal t public belong I
v.. orncE TALLAHASSEE > :
C\ICLT:
p', fOR (;AlsllN.: and
that tin the out of tJe'l'coudJ.luguter..fulcucctlor
Felimary 12th 132. J I lug to tin'- I.nt.r.allu. teaun'r pa} tanl alt f.ranccflc1sbenfe
: I inoiiif-i in I the I tiea-urx. hilt olherxxi-i' ujpiopnatel.The ) ; ;ally signed.j 01
; .\ 4 inrc.turntithocAuicili'cierted] I a bill entitled, An wet con \v. B. 'CaII.' n fi.: !Hnilll'r'I.ft.tllil; Dnnl.M. rFinvm. !Pi(..i lecit |pn''ikJ tlie ;olliu I mg cummumcatiyn from the acting j. ollicersof the jrarrisonat Malta and of the i ftmtkllig
; ': t t coming I \i"ci.-.bli.- belre.Iu..iicC| .I the peace. and legulating ap J l'.-iC" : I Ji.. i llunyv' \'llcrr l'u'III'I h \l'C iv'-:|1. niirtii>in->r.Xrrmbald I. fleet !

\ ,1 p..I. and vvrils iI!' Ortior..rr" >omof)t the ol>j.-c-s of the bill i appearMiaraslI.e Smith, John KdxvatiU.; ami! tvuhi.tnor; ooJ, i'ru-tees S !"H'fl..r.I\LCUTIVIOFTICK: : : TALLAHASSCIFebruary !:. ? i!. Sir \\ alter gret:Scott: preparatIOns. ;and his to give a &pcudtd! t'ntcrtail1ment\ t1
I I'rom it me. t" he good hut the billimperfectly daughter. -
: \ : ) c-n be gathered hj Lauds. PJth 1 l-'S. J
k there of Us provisions which | In the cour.se of the: excavations at a
::1 h is fnuneJ and are sonic Pompeii faro
!; : \tly SIR I reject the lull entitled, An act to provide for the comprnutMii ? pa J'
; i iliiiik! will be iiijuii iou-<. ; of extraordinary: beauty I is said to have been discovtrtd
;: COLUMBIA.Abel ) ; ot ilieolliceriof this (coutitil and fur other Iurpo&.c'. I i,>dad on
t It lo chiroaraphical: ernrs. hu the concluding :2 Hit of October last. It is about sixteen
i t H owmg. h.iji. > bill ln-riu-l 1iui l the yrega'H amnunt rt allows as compensationAc. feet eight inchQ'

1)) ; <:-lausr! of ihe first ection. 'ij'I', aistHW! to be confuted.To C. Lopcr PreJut.. : (' I II. 1 P.-CoMin:! *. Kob'it Rrown. Jacob! toi: I ihf persons therein named tlJethcr'Ith the iirdinary and height ; :ami Uie human! 1 figures! : which it. depicl[ % an: bai a
with iH looielie. ,
\ the secondsection there j i.!< uj .t.j..cttlu me. except I Haldrook. John \\. Kolu-rl. J.IIII'1'a1l', Ju.-tice Pi-ate : Juhn! \',' : n't'co".ar0:11; n expensm aiisiujjli'ic:.the publication and transjiort.i si/e ol hie. The King of Naples went to inspect[ it in com '. g

1i I ) .--* of |I'hrt"polllY. Uobrns, auctioneer und Noiaix: Public.! lion ol' the" 1.1\\. sand 01 hl r C\1)f I1-l'I of tlal p'r.and payable! out of the f I with his Mstcr, and ex prosed himself in the burliest
srui-ni aulhori-ins .it her compelling' a I icference l to ar- / de P
3d
1: To the.: or r appri>jinaion( .y Connies-" .xct-f-d consiilrrably; ain 'IPl'fIIl'rJ.tllon'l I II'h delighted with the acquisition of so spleiuliiia! specimen -
Tl.i
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Iti'rilor-i .it th msiaiiceol': pMtv. paiiimUrly i obj pracr .ll'l'l'Ol'ri.1lt.d i. i $7.501)! I enc oc I Ibi O r J it
nrv\L am unt e\I'I'cl cientart.
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Stateand l.uied: in ie"ult ,
i in
:: *> !II" been adopted. some of the by the good, .it I Horatio S, D.'xI..rotan Pul.l( c : KoS! .'it Biieloxv.I I. n. IVil.lxvin. ;:: I intiodticed in'otlie I Hon-eof |H"Ir{ .->i--ntatixei of tin United states: .I..II | TIle !10"- by death: in the Russian army !
t h.r relv the by ji.stice;
t wWi.l\ oiuHi upon ti .n i jJlY.fir I for-.vard.-d tinI I )H,'uatcin which that sum I' ;ilns ed. 1 alM. employed 30*;.,
i. :
to
I II. :. Dexteraucti Mi'-ei- ; J.tm; lion-ion. J.une-4 II.ill. 'li.uU--- 1.lhiiiii. I L.: ,: me by Poland in killed
: this beJ'nti either in slam
IllhunallcHlllt'd lo the fit rcl
(for a (.c'r..CI dVrisn.n. thii a as is. upon of LattIe-
t. peare; : Mrfcter C. 1":1) 'i. J. Iru\\:tid, J u-tic9 1'4-act ; John j ,l'nC'II' to the comiril iiu)' i K Her to Mm Itl'gltcr'of the I're.ti-ury ma r t
I'tiend of whose ipjite death in the .
.. ; jt.niv' m UVIST c-.ises \\iiriioi| > i> .ime ; .lrtICUt: kin for 1J'J.; '// irettos and hospiUiis, is stated not to fail
tk. L. : P. Jus' :: e-iinvites;
'I *4.nii.I $..itwfor liuii be certjin.. tla"t't.'II.$ \\ ill I iu t, of routsign I UupguU. The .ditiiies Irivilot/; .several exceeded the of J OOOIt, } ) rutn.M.icre.nly .
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year-past aj(pro
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I : the named l h the I Ifi 1 e\j j'
'dcCIinnl1I1:1i1 1iiri u-i c t
t -. M.I I'.e UIMIII ziti : ) j HAMILTON.James prhtinnx liy Congress Placed! ill tin- olliceaxvth! tt> attend to Inn interestof at the Last dates was playing at the PUT '
i 1r't'' wi-ib\ -ubitra'e: : tl.can: o without this l.i.v and( I think he (Jniied ai.i-e-as tlio- ui tn people of Florida. I bold! Theatre I in London, "and had :a p j'en r ed Iii .several of Kean1 '
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..tn let them .lo iso01 i not .is It..Ia.. No bill is &
,'It', be l iay j piovi bill theallowancei .
that I C'lIIl1ol! without a \ xiolalion my otiici.il luy! sign I any [parr:. The London speak of his iri
.
;
I'n.II.I'T"t'arilig| tin'ieferee how they 'II.IIII'II/ct c.tl in the ca-f.- S Rell. pn'\Ii.lin: jti-tir.' ilh.iiii \B. Hooker nlmnon I Hall. papers acting very 2
: l ito svveai the vvitn.os.; n.irif tine n-ieree refuses to serve, how John L. Stewart, Uaxid .Moat. It/lll.11 i B. Ci.IlulI.jU-lu'l'llt'ac in xx Inch exceut I tile I the,ai d'.n.iti of the gemraipojeirsment. warm terms. \ot> suited to his peculiar ireniu-s. ;" inCCIi1's .
. \.1 and put I Ihe creditois of the territory to the alternative petitioning :: etitctive, but," &c.
.
lai- i< f'l he Mipplnd.The m
t1i i I f urth section is objcrtii) able f.n lliesn reason*;. Thejustices' I IsC.M1H: \. lonerP of
hellcVith xvatem er regulated economy
.- 3 (1i4t iiCt4 i-e ">' law to h ,. j.re'' riln d l hv the county rouil and the law vxpfaditun-s a might. ""enerallv;l"t be brought \\"Iltlillthe aj 1ru1r1dbo. of Commons: by' Lord Althroti,, on the 7lh Decendjcr., .!fva.lT- l c

: J :11.! .,, .imils the /lumlPII t J tl ,I ,. ..itt tl in earit district f., two Tii.- H. L. Drake. pre> lI,2jli-tI(e. |I1'1 r..r'.II'" j just'ie* peace, S) h t-.ter !Very: ""'CC'UIl\:. tween I M0,000and 1 l.0,000 signatures: and was of such--!Ut' <

1 f \ecuti' e h.H 110 $kll"\ led,eof l ll.e local ion of these tli-tl rb: for no i-i! BiIl.l'ett.'r .,llI.I. Samu*-I l',). is u-i'.'- .chool htilit. "r .u.. obeditut :cr\.'Ilt. and weight t.ial it was as muci: as one person could do toi tam

f/inii.inuf them) iTinnimiiiiciilMit, h.m hv the C.IUlltclI..I.. l. and JAMES': D WE 5TCOTT.Jr.Iloll. It to the table.-N. EVE. POST.'J
ently Ihe l appoininenist.a\e !11'1'n-n mad-, thai: while >oin<'disrts Fit \.% lii.IX.! I
S T- nseq'> II I A. Bjri..'n', FROM THE MORNING HERALD.
: t ;- hA\ thieeorliiu' .III| -u-tires.oti! 'i have none' I tl.e council.Thpnrt THE PRESIDENT'S
sMionimou- I Pii'-nlt-iii MESSAGE.: -Last nightwereaij: !
q |ji- act $1)Lk' of'- in'icnr.! !I :lIIclallllill"I a" l D. L \V bitE. presidinsj i ..ilt".', !1.11:' Irtllf"H'IIC'II.Jlldp I I Over of.\-j \\.1- ,'f"II"cI, ret aud r-aed1'y Uie rt>.:u i..ite majority: ; JJ r l'e by tile SiLts Kichards New York t
4 doe-i not .1PI'C .11' 11tlt: it t. t') II'I"; .% to suits commenced by att1irnent" 1). \\ J. | papers to the 9th instant:
: ni.l U Termin.'i.J. Bull Ch. lIh.r1- j.i-lne peace, h f 1):11I.1) | Pi.-oK'i.t. and \i.-'-r.itait t I. 1,"itpert>ooth.Fi'atrick.liunt| I I Lu\e. TJlct
cuutain )
bef..i justice of the peace. N. iJiktir MieuiF, Nel-oi I law I ., I : pap.'rs the IeosaL"C of t'rl'iIJ'ut JacJi on tot,,
: for
I .tur'i'jiiee' v. ciel"ttuII."t.i 1111'1|! 'ititI I. l'i i-t. il:,..: 1'1H'I.; t. z. anU vV'airen-I' voting ; and! t
: 1 am. Sir. .te, l.a Piaiie. J l.iin.ln'i I l'I-II'lIC J. < ,. I < III\IIJI-II'\[ and.No- .\\1",1' |Ih{ ru. and fI.lal- n.i.si II.i gitss, at Its emhlIIg.[ TJle tf"CtlH1rnt though fun!, Yen.hkr

\"OUIS les'ifCtluJv Jr. lay. PublicV.. L). Prioc IaoJ.:.) pub.ic: ind auc.uiKxr.WASJIXiTO.V. i li>' aclmii 'I\ .r. o t i.i 'II.-" u- I 1.,ue that he hud tiitd .311 i \!\\ or illlICilllt illlportHlcc to lay litlore our readerS, cnniaj.11mg .
;h j) \ \1ES \VK3TCOTT, i IIMJ-IT I .-ta y'- IIltl"e a.id: tinue i.aa no othoi ciimmunicaioa iij as it does, a copio'is statement of the condition, both f

Hon. A. nr.u.\\I'Y. j 1 : j Itt-I i\.- !i.1 thy c >'i ..CiIIs i 1.-0 -i.-.i.ulr. reign and domestic, of one of tr.e most flourishing comrnerni
1'n-n i lent ..ifTin1 ,lie c. ur.eil-;I oil'. ,' the re-uiuuori which, .. tlOIIS toe tlice; of the It -
: I"'hn..iclc'recn l .1 committed, to a comniHtreol,, )' tiicxvholn.Vr \1 1 l HiJtKii i f II u IvI1\\; vxas read : on earth. is in the very natureofai

I act xx.i; .'r"'cl l :lIe -ame, wilh iiiiieiidnifiil, I.evi i F. .Miller. N. H. \lild.I. Tiionus: Kveritt: L. Lell.md, J'.Iijinilobbin.s ;and tii.'ii'o.N; a I 'p'l( : dresses of Uns description to assume a tone of selt- onJ:1'atlita. '
(VopPriiiMi-rliair.: \x o "'I; '. Ot f ti-; I II'JIJbe tendered the Hnnora
10
u----i.j .etna IKS
Justice pi: .ce. i .1 tion wincii sometimes carries with it
d.dni an .
a,11 dle.hltl:11 .;ad and pa-- appearance ofeizg.geration (
III :Vi''I! "'it ,." n-coix.' ',. :,' the alJ. ', mid ta in xvtiicn
': .\ lk'lr":; .o. : ( iiM I u .i inifia lIIa'llIl'r and e\-enllf IKMSI
tht but it i is
tiit'loilo-.v.nccoinniUhitai.oii, h liom acting evident from the 6fjr
;
:
I ::1 The Prp itlcnt 1"t' ALTON. .j '1.1" ,ili-eh! : ...j 'H: duneas I'.etltiit of! the councii, du.'a; the ealed
:' 1 ,. . ;)1, i >, that the United States of America are not onpio.rresivelv
i p 1vernoI. r.XECUTIVI: ,: O1T1C|:, TALLMIA1) I!. { I 1''ill S '- SINL DIE. advancing in all the arts and improvements ofciviTisedlile t
l2ihi I Iti-tt. ; I I 11. pnVidinz ju-tice. ; I John : i'- iljujc Wen ailjournt-d
\ 1'ti.sury ) alufII.'litr. f.IIC \1,1111, L: but are rapidly extending their trade in every d
.
\ I <;m-1'|.' iwntlixrnre biii-entitli-d. "' KI'IIIl, 1. :1'J'II.'U I iiis. ju-.ce pei.t. =, ..rzor'_" rection, under the all plces.of a Government at oice: viih ;
l for thft i It.ic-l"! of .Ma \ l Klivino-, --
1 /\n aCI .cononucal and
: pacitic.Ve have not time to refer to the di
Malloid JIIFIT.RSO.V.I I t:I !
.. actf tin- u-li.-f (itS S.i..ih
S An 't
Aie rf"I1rn.tllcy.cted ()1 the! uau.is s-tatcil on rrjvctin? oih-r simi.ai l"CRElGN. !lei tut topics alluded to in !.: Message ; but we s..ouM; not 0- t
: mil the alateinent
tH1 thi O.U1.: J. A: (JuUiboit\ presidirsji-slice.: JDIII| J. A. I Ilowell, flenjamin Tarin.ll respecting tfiearnuigemenls entered intowiijieat
'-- Ve"-y re-pt rt I fL'-I ly. lcbaru1' >anifl. and Josrj "i \\ aits, justice peace.NA ( Britain in reference to the colonial! trade. The! trade
S: V ,iur owdaeutl! c"'lIlt.. NEW YORK, Fi-l}rnary *>.- J'nr picket ship North America thereby aulhorised,"' oUservestlie Proidenl, has employed U

JAMKS: n. \VIS: r OTT. Jr >S.\Lr. I Cij: till :\.. V. 11:1- art iv-d. awl briny-;' us Lucrpool pa- the JOt.i; 41 September la>l, upwards of 30T100 tons ofAmerican

io1. A BFH.AMYpKvi.Nn'of ufti!s u' the 3K 1 .t Di-ceuiU'r uiciii-'ivo, tooytuer with (opuni.s tile and 13,000 tons of l torei rn shipping in the outward voyages

; S : Jho CtlUI.dt.Th. Francis D Punsjtjst.cc peace. of t Loiniiiii itiil 1 1'1"11\ IIIC..1 pnpcrs: to me late; ,t diies.: FneNorllt ; and in the inward nearly an equal amount of American,

S- ..\' \\PU' ff"IIII"JCI"lc'II IIIJ1''I-,1 iI.. till' J"'qni.ilc'lI&jlllilY: ; '1-'r- : Aiiii-nc.;; s.ti: '-\ on .t-r r; itlar day, I tue l>t uiuino, wtnc.i it lit '0,000only of l foreign tonnage." With all our boastdkn

: .S .,t7.-!J. BIIItl..lalCl. ; '(.Ioltl"-: lli.i.t.t1l.11 1.111'.c'1. l Pr.1I'lIi'I':d'H.t., ,..IIIJ1 rriiM.,''IM-{i LO.I'eiiiaini'i : ) \. liilluj: : nol S.tii-li.. ii") LiVcI' )"Eli: pap"r ;of tli.it (l hr Ic was itttd.Tue 'n\ ,,'.iijje: 4)1! the causeand principirs; of commercial prospw
S '. : f-.r; I '
$ S -u. nr 41 l :lfI.U'UW1 t'rcl.L'Ul1.It ,_...gti itMc.ied' L.i\t-rpool on Metu olDuxiiilMr ty in ihi'country, would of statesmen tosm
any presume
riiU\.i4r.-4. laiiiMtiKMiii :
4 : ",:111'11'1., S alld..z., :aka: I,,11111I1": :: I Ilou"I (: tlllt In; Ih-id ajijir..v.-d fl\ itl. I.. \V.. flu. tielt. H'lej .'"r>. stt Mai'imlia.V.. f Ponl.r by i tnf, par.xt &;up la-! 13iiMi.trd-, Ciptiin: Iluldit up, in the tilIowiu words-, the etlccts of the system they bajsheeii

;.-Mi-il.Tilc i 'tmd-1 1112 fid! \4 i m tn 11 ir*" -i' -...In '- '.ihc" ;- 1 111 ;I Ii". I H.I Diiv.il." J I .\1 Vi ,1,1'1', '. |I.| :J'.Jf..i.i.! \ JI: : Vickers. T"?., l f. It i.- lug; .j iy: ..p.ikt-1i of in all tile L'>ndoaaiid Liverpool purMiiiig An imjul. has Iken mm?rci
5 ; ill the of |I .1. .iieeiie. Z J'oit. Leori i |B. ;t "- l : t Chlll.-. > of l t tl.e i-ontim. I Herald '
bank town \Inglill 11'1111.11 cvi'i.il lie fills
r \ act t' ttm-ndaiiacttnincar| u.-li' .... i i. V\"ii| .. pipe's pjpcrs Mornii.o; entcl'J -xxincu our :.llIpmIs1"tll new constructions: t>
S ... I I \u-lill.aldJ. .II"II"C"7'r.| | ''" BI'lt1 IM.H- tutCniinn ice., ipicd: ibe Me-ML'f cntirr, a must umisiinl courjgr.sall the arts and branches of industry connected ra
.5 .1. in i "' I .inalriss..e 1 I.i -b.t i! ,'| \ i. Tboiiris and iI.s -
fi rs'l. -'I/H '
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_; $ .\11 ttt' fir th( f''lh' ., ,I.1IIeli Hf tI': 41i1lhia- iii 'i.v:. dnei-.n.s 1 f ibe' c-i.it| >| Ii"! ,. ( "tt:i.tii. p.cMding: justice ; JohnVestfitt. circi.iisiaiiv. \\ e j jn.ic atnoniroiir! fxtraci the opinions ep.fsid \- them, crowds tt.e wharves of our cities with vessels, and eoreis -
\ .:CI in am.d i .e -C\t;",:. ;tt I' tIC 'l''till i III UllIk; of U e-J I I \ Ji; cUIII..ill .of'l I J; ; i.i ;n riiion: toSi i;, hyoe\' 'r.1I ol' the k-adni"; .; journalsT ; thC mo.st distant >eas with our canvass.e" wi'l l ask :,

j flflridl Id J hm-hi.is th, I I11 \' I. 1 ,I lc'IIoltllllll!f i Lit' I"1 0. I b'i> ut Koi kutui c-.i,.umtL-s titer, could the Piesident of the United States have u 'ed d.:

.\ 44C1 to mu.df J lor repnuns : c.ipitilaid impiox I MONKOK.) I I II I ed".f I f .1 tttli. in IMC iit': !litiii'.iCc! ncvi.fd l b y the llrtl1lIIe- same language himself if he had been permitted to carry mit

Ss S ;*''!7\n.iel" til'1 -UU forth-: ,l I prolt'cti.ftl..1i..h'rarl of rlomb.c.: I Jacob f luusr'mai., I He/-I \\ -\I! I yi: I l.aJIfiw.! rh.d"a! I Howp. Etle j!,! :Ct."c' covtt, > a oi.stilfialM: rMi-iit i the report-' in the, tIt effect the theory: of free trade which he is desirou: of importing -

.1. .\,1 a".t tnjej.cal an urt to authousu CJc'IW ii -.t.i e-ta!,!i.-h tin; V.iii: I livourauc'iojieeis.: : (j. \\' "o'JIH.hd.! ] ; ut! Cd! \ :10our.. I -a.;lIO.1 p-n-: : s nit t.i-s;>l>.,i-ct.: I It ,s lIt tit oon that at Snndei- from Europe ? One of the ptculiarities uf the document

"Ir till' : ,
: :'- .\u :ict uwallllC'I! : I tat te- public.I'lie t eeniiinoijlidfd: ; : .uid! u anticipated; : tnat in a lew weeks exhibit on tins very subject. The tariii" question i* eideally

.-\n ;ICt '-.'.-CtI flZ HIP i".tij; (- p.peitv at :1. \1.11; I. I 1 linlowing,fonlmall''lC.' 'il-so.' c,jnfirfii"* .
"I'.III'ill li. ..-tteis, and jutanl (ii-neia. and I Ht-'irv' \\ M ( I;-"l'ral!Itt
u-l.inart ('U'I( : teMainentary ashingtun. iimter isier ; '
; .it the
1 Anar-llojon III tiif Cii. :loi I ; )titiiii>':s ;alKiut i-.e Mine as priou ac- xvoi.ld be m >re likely than other to determine tl.e liiteof
any ,
ul'"x'cutt"-, ;.i-lmmisJr ,t.ns. and f.'u.-.rdi.ms i i.S \I.- C.,!! r""IIfd| ) cl I the Mi.nil nl noi',1! : (' ) ,
I p tlje: duti-s utall ,' IIHli. e iliit-. I'p: to i..f i7t.i m11" DLtvmber lucre occcned: III all, the content. The Mate of)t their finances has always, and e-
firlhe-p 'env ,,. ttlfiii-nlof: all aru-ars due the ter- :l'iii.rLc.. pMtt-ct fishfiies. nt'I H'ojri }B! i\' .\ :-t. -,it I -
An, .et of I I'liinild.topnvide I li.'iiboui/ ( ii-oiue \\ iin"; at Key' West, XX'nb.iinVl.iieliea.l i : :CI..I.l.and 2 Jj: IMSI" -ifv..c.i l 101() ifCtAffiii aud 4JJ died-lea vino; of the I peciahy, of lateycars, furnished the statesmen of Auimerucawth

r it.r.\ act to amend an act III r"tioc a revenue for tha territory of lionS Th rniJiit l..istin. "iC:- 5 2. At Nortn a.ed! > a i k'.v c.i-ts had oCC'lIrred.llllt al11'I.lt' :!, .m agieeabie subject of 'onra 1lI1.; tion. Neither is it omitted
S :\
d l'ii: '1\\ III:: nornio.itio.s;: of c.imini-J-inncrs, to 1,1 tin1 llnl\\I I .\ti:; : ,'>:
I c.An art; to .unond :an act tl) regulate procedmai. ill chancery.Aiiaclioiucorpor ili'einenis .I i Deedsuid l I In-t inn i II of vvriling' ul.kl seal: Ac.. lor t Inl'lI --icn, h.'I\\'l'l'UIw, I lOtii: and -J7ih of Dcei: bcr. At a low.., i I 'lat ytar to the dichiarge 01'the public It'Lt, the President Ilmls .

-, ; te tie 'ownof J.u-kMiii; il'e' the tales sjn-cilied, \\It:1f..t lo. ,fell e-d u iifs.irad: xxtMc tuero ate s.ml! to I lie .some disgiustiuitjiv; j jsiiteis. I I.i ; till' Cougress that time wiIoe! debt may be cxtmnz1IlShet; ,

4 .\11 .tct tl ttahli..h ;i '1.' "y .Cre-I UItckwater river at or- near in .i i; !I\_ ti.' Clilllolli: ; tuade Its appeaice <)n Uie i.Jli! .unl''i i I eitliei I by the redemption or ptrcba? within fi ur years offcisi

: .'"!.".ftilII-.--. with. Lllackwater LstY: 1 MAINE. :' .i i> ten "'Cfll'! ill La; : inonu.i; ; .t f thai; da.to. ten o'clock of''i: admim.stration.I i i Upon) the whole! this document, Which ItteaH

I. An act waiter tUe aj i hern and western boundary line of J.ICI'HI ., :Hi'iniitt'iii' !; tit'> tlt': -27tii i i lit) fc'.xTr than 3'J c.i>es occurred, of' ti.e documents) of t tlut Government, breathe a spirit of peace

I ? hS county.An >r-."nkillmc, wolve.''. HenryY.. FuilorJr.! Hi"qr. :\uii-ti, V ,c t itiiie uhict!!. On ine 27i;., lii'ix! -nine new CJ: t'S occurred. wi.icit: its conduct has: uniformly; countenanced contains many

S S acto l'rcalilclIlfJrtst'lItcd compensate pi theloilivviii I : commuaicatioii fiom, the acting T xv io!"- uuiiili! ; rof {nose xv.to; had recovered vascig1it! while enlarged and stute mtn-like views, contemplates: many improvements

t The O\ertlor. .MA.SSACJ H IF/SET-IN.; ttl u f-vo 1l1! m ell1.l : I -i uid t loity-nineivtnatnetl Mck. but holds out little prospect to j.dgt"from the moderation

: 1 :Hi'i <' ufw-s fst.rn. t .t. Continent: the most important, i is that of it.s lone, of meeting is; on the reciprocity system in

EXECUTIVE OFFICE, TALLAHASSEE, Charles P. Curtis and Andrew Danlup Hsqinrcs. of :tf .iioiititin I i I i. .t' ,,1'redit.iry 1 l'utiagt' in France, :an ext another. spirit than that of profiting by our liberality. The

S Feuruary l :i.i Ib.ii. } I Innn. c :,i ft'alloll!; t.I VI.ICi, will he lonnd under the head of' project extinguishing! the Indian title to their own tad$

; A. BELLAMY. NEW YOitK.U'illiam tn.it c&,'in try. Fn': *c. 'unts of luts measure art contained ill though mildly and plausibly announced, is of a different character

Itt' London:; pap: 'T> oi tne .?l-t, and! tne vote on tile quotum.t.is from the other pariS of the same document. But it is in

gj .-l| ,,.ixe 4iproxed| sii'nod.and filod inthe Cf'cret ln'.- (('. thoatnended \v. C H. \H.\' M!ln'fI.:101 O" 1)-irton. G-.rritt-. Via. Warjncn ;i :lin:dy! t.ikfi: on the I exvnino; of the -2Sti I of December.Tin yam that pnilantlnopKs.ts xviil question what all Governments
.
l act entitle, .in, .I( t In fioxide for tin- lection of f a countyeat .addcl. alcl Joseph R.oomtii.-ld, E-quires. eutcv: !.nv l.iSst.l, it was x.i.l:; 1I.t majority; of! 33, the have practised, the seizure, upon one pretext or other, of the

SS- S 4-I J,ic.son county. one of l'ie! jfC.niiH! to -uid act having been re- voteit. ; tie; aliinriatixr,: IMMIIO; 1((13, m the nenrue: 7'. The possessions of those who had! not to defend themselvfl
the > .rf'-c'II'atin's if, NEW HUSKY power
as-uied the
.imnnd'menX. and t tH-i'.g bj < ,
I h. *
r..xdl
Luiid'Mi rni.psof! tlie 31st s-a\>, of! the Jtinew Peers, 31 1 voted, against aggression.
confirmable
i..i,1II tjlIJ"Cld to. is to thy
..1that Hi. ttlier
ri pros 1 Hie oter: > IK-IIIL; ,il:: 'nt, and that of the whole number of Peers N
viebes of toe citizen- of that (0"III). Stacy G- P9t. Trenton ; Lhas Van Arsdale! Jr., Newark ; and FROM THE I.ONPOX COURIER.rl .
.Morris Cioiali Cainden. theie \ In 111 ,.htciii.I he Presidents J\le i io document,
5-, 1 :111I re:p-ctfiiiiy, : >sage altogether a ratifving
'5 Your most olx-diont servant, A re -on was.riven: to the COI-RIER DES Er.EciEfRS derixid from the I pacific and moderate I tone adopted towards this cnuntry

S .\) : \VESTCOTT, Jr. PENNSYLVANIA.Jo from, a letter fiom Foulon, dated December 20th, that a revo- !j, ; but what x\il! excite peculiar gratification to the friend of

" ; I lull.111 i broke: out :1,t Rome, and t tiit! ; I lie Pope: had! Uvn lain. It American Independence, is the allusion to the prosperous COD

The following ncn passed hy the ff qu"'ite in.ijaiity, had, he informj ': Ilutkinon, Phid-idelphia ; tYilliam Duane Jr., Pitt,burg ; 1. was :II: t'l ili.it t tne people; were committing all kinls of exces.Nt.s .- dltltJlllt' the finances it being announced that the whole dbt

f' the Ilouf4e. -enfil. i in jhe *:ciet tar)'' itlice. Robe-it Johnson, Kuadhig.DIsriHCT. pili.nri.iir: the p.il-'iccs;: ot'li.e I ; caidinals: Stc. kc. anti that of the country mav be extinguished within the I tour years of the

S An act to incorporate the Central U.iuk uf Florida. ihei..ul ._' ii 1 j possesMotiof)! the Ibrtof! St. An *elo. adminis ration 1)1 f the present Prl' itlcnt. Tliere elm: be Iit!

; S.J An act f tr the relief. of Alfifd rlxaui. OF COLUIBI\ 'TJ.V )\'! tit Ainciica: which bungs the news lhat we lay l e- doubt, \' e think, of a (pcrtt'cthatitictorv termination to the
An dct for the lelie of I-a tab DUtH.An lore! our re.uU-r to-day ist new inp this interestas
Teresa. : being! her first return question of hOlmdarie The'two governments are, by
S act to divorce lid ohn of .M.nx ia, by( liom his wife William Hunter Jr., John N. Moulder, John S. Median and Arthur} voyajr: l from i Liverpool. A passage: of thirty days at this well as good l feeling, influenced in their view of that questlO:1
'tr tlI" I. Jannauay.
A.n i art toameud an act to import-a t.ix on Ilawknsand Pedlar riliatFe l.squirt-3 season: of the v ear may; well cans-e her owners to tJl.uk highly of':I and it is hot likely thai they will allow any little difference J

r 'I' i'! I'reiItst presented tue 1:,11o wing coiiunuiiicjiion lhtn her !jjerlornmsce.: Tlie North I America reports tint: I the ship opinion to [prevail) against the important conviction that tor the
SOUTH CAROLINA. Samson: i i Captain:i i CItHhIlell't'I \ liir London *
the .lctiug (ruvernlI. j was discharg- sake; of Independence and Freedom, it i is essential to 113\'e.
jug car.r.1; at t Po.'TMnoulh: ; on' the 30tli of December. lIt'tl r cordial understanding between constitutional) countriesI I I'l'ry It B

Thorms fII"I'n.'iliun: Lance. Joseph Uonnett. Jr. Charleston ; irom her commander; bas IHTII received which it is
EXECUTIVEOFFICE, TALLAHASSEE, JasS.. in stitedtiiat important that threat Britain, France, and America.
February 12m 1332. } tuiglard. ColultJa ; Chapman Levy Camu'en. ; t his die* \\ .i: swept December 5th, live days out t fiom should be cordially disposed towards each other, in order W

Neimrk.. December'Jib, while scudding a sea wrnno; oil counteract the ellect of Holy Alliance league which now eIlSlI

I : g,-.-] have considered fo'lowingatU' GEORGIA. : trw rudder by the counter, and carried away all the braces from in the force; of! predecessor; although it is not found convenient

'It: 1 An 'ct concerning ,'cutiOii'. Mansfield Torrance p.1 the stein post. On tie 13th, weather moderated ; shipped a to acknowledge a determination to"Vnbrce its doctrines t
1 1 li.n act t., prescribe hs m'j.'e.' of summoning grand and petit jurors. William P. Tinsley. Milledpexille ; James rudder by which the ship steered well. On the 20th,, during a its puwer.i .
;:* ColumbuJh.iile: J. Jenkins
\II" Augusta Robert M. !
3.n actco'irfl-nmt auicnmr-1 sTlies ; Char hail SIeln'II lruck with
; was > liijhtmno; at the foremast head.- i FROM TilE .
S.ixannah MANCHESTER
ton ; Isaac G. Se Macon. GtRDI.S.Like
mour.
S S i act we e delivered! to ,h.' on .v-< !rday They are all > Tlie: lluid came: down) I through both decks into the lower hold, the preceding Messages which emanated from GenertJackson

I : g I \ 5z ]I. ii2lhv. and th" details rompliciieil' I 'p'fftthe time afforded pre- where entered several boxes and set lire to a bale of cotton it is frank and expoititn01thstate &
: '. iius !o the adjournment ol the (:IIIIIoC..1111 not wutii-r me to nidke KENTUCKY.Samue a manly, perspicuous
: ''MI; full examination of 111'11I. tliat I Hiouul WIHI.| Thfre are provi- which lay near the foremast. Succeeded in petting oil' the lore of the allairs of theCommonxvealth.

S laws the of which i is not clear! Beau Louisville. hatch: I and! removing the cargo so as to extinguish the fire.Veatherthick .
4 : '.>ns in cacti of the f p' ii.y to my James Monroe, FROM THE LONDON TIMES.
find. 'I hose in the arts concetnii.g execution and attachment.i I am 'oIlkil\ \ until 23lh. The ship and cargo were worth The Message of the American President i is a discourse of

i ( ""irful are of t<>o rigorouauuratter I fiy 'ho people of tins ten ItiPrV. ALABAMA.John 700,000dols'. Seldom has a ship! been overtaken with such aeries which, although the full credit beltings to the government of the
thieeaclBha reived in llieir course through :he > of disasters.: spiflt
!Hat :is tlicsi coun- United States, the wisdom, integrity, and conciliatory

-S i d.h strict 41'I d -'lsttratr ( t.* m'fratr n J have thought that it would he G. \ickenTocalooa! ; J >Mn A' Ga'uph"lolllolfry; JohnIILcwi A !leller fiom Captain: lloldriilge, of the Silas Richards, has may be turned to account by other nations, in their policy, W. *
l'to! most pioj.er uiuler & c trvn-slnnces to defer my opinion to that L'zekiel also been leceived in which he t that the
.Hulhviei Pirken.Caha\ll; BrecdinMobile says was nine days get- foreign and domestic. From the rapid but comprehensivesketch
of the council, nnd n < with-hmd rnv approval) of tlu-m. and I IJiave
till the Hanks
to when he took
bet\\-ettl
filed tln-m mtlie !! : a hurricane from the West, which General Jackson takes of the relations

-S accoidingiy sign ,I.ri'sjjfctf'jiK1 Hecretary'sofiice.lain.Sir TENNESSEE. :and: readied! ; : Holy1':.:ad, a distance of 2000 miles, in eight and this Republic :and Foreign Powers, it is gratifying to obsel'\)
,
I Your OlJt&IltIILtrvazit, James CoHing8Worh. Naslivil .; ,Villi in Anderson, Franklin. a ball days,-all safe.We what expre sio.is of respect and cordiality he employs in SCak

S J \:\1Es WESTCOTT Jr. MISSOURI.Beverly I. place among our extracts account of a very destructive ing of the latter.

Allen. Edmund Bale-*. EdmondB. Christie. fire which occurred in Liverpool on the night of the 2-JiI! FROM THE MORNING CHRONICLE.

4 1 Hon.S A. BELLAMY President, of the councV. VIRGINIA.David December, in which one man was killed, and several severely The Message of the American President must appear *

S *. hei j.:!: .s ill, ; .. iiiuialioiiH were made I by the executive an.I. con H' Conrad.OHIO.Winchester. injured and by which it is estimated that property to the va- strange document to European Statesmen. He acually.s3t

illlh.lILJ.tI.e_ Hou.se. Samuel J lue of from 150001. to 20,0001. was destroyed. Several other that he has nothing to conceal from the people. \I1I

i Bayard.LOUISIANA. extensive conflagrations had occurred in different parts of Eng- statesmen in Europe b.- withoutconcelmentand trickIt ?

f' |R MO.-aL'ITOi: COUNTY. Isaac T Presto,'. Lexi i I'* aii-e..New-Orleans. l-ind.' On the 23d: December the steam corn mills of W. Tay M T.tE MORNING POST ,

MARYLAND. htr& Co. of Carleton, near Newark, were burnt down ; l loss The Message ot me American President to the Congress

4 Ddvid It. Dunham P Justice. Alexander UUIIfU. Baltimore. estimated! ;at 50flOOtlols. which is given in another part of our paper i is a, very mtere5

.: Mr. BYRD A riot occur-ed ;.t Aberdeen in the of which document the condition and I future
pre!ented llip following document which xva read. course an ana ing as developing present
fOil ': iUA! COUNTY. To the President nnd Members of the LegiMlat.xe I'ouncil: of tlie tomical theatre was destroyed, but it does not appear to have prospects of the United States. Both are spoken of mg1o.tV ft

Jr tetiluff Floiida : had any connexion with political matters. The fury of the terms ; and even allowing for some partial exaggerate

S Henry rarkin on. 'l.on.as. -ilwill.; III1I1H'c' miih.Jorfina SiolTordrrinci 'iINT.Es1Ell-lhje undersigned who were nlufl a bodx .!ilic., hvi mob ws excited by the remains of a dead body having been must be universally felt that the American nation has attaID'
S and Meeie-Ju.lic-c" 'I t-e Peare. f It.!i % itiii.tn.i stI.I.-.d the lion Unilwa dn"1 the which
Angui-iim ( i'
Saechr-z. :1t'"
theo anatomical of
; I : R 'Ir.n; by :i net p theatre. :and is promised a continuance of a state prosperity
'iidt. l\otariCli I'ubi,., Charles t Le2i": o ftj
Vi Council !
I VucustasSteei.s. fwd Omilw ted ve hereby relinquldllil interes-t r. atm gr .u- 't stated: t it t--e new volcanic! island nearthe coast of Sici- may well excite the envy of ;e.w European power,
and J. Ii. Benjamin-Auctioneers. by virtue of said act: aud fully authorise, ou our io
\\ aIdun I part, tue paxrtge. ly tiieMeditcrrancpa is fast disappearing again.It was visited hcrselfnot exceptedt

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.. **'' "n *$ i tll"'O"IlI: t and individuals.H 1 I'eounelt that a certain John ;>.; -'*' .cr
between the} Territory chaser aiutlit.rM) Ill'came lhI pu.- maintenance, and to organise patrols, and .;1,. i-
at provide lor the t '
public sale of lots
number
hundred and
two and six, punishment of and .
negroes of color.
enacted: by Governor and Legislative 1 Council of thotorv two hundred and seven, in the addition of the city of Talla- Sec. 5. Be it further enacted persons, That the said Council it
Bed hassee
shaU
of Florida, That when any revenue officer, or other -And whereas, the said two lots, according to th have to and : \_
marks }power assess levy enforce the collection of all "n'.
tax .
. rim ;accountable for }public money, shall neglect or refuse to upon the corner stakes established: by the surveyor of, es, and other impositions, as be for the "a in
said may
pr ron the Treasury the !sum or balance reported to bc-due to I ITerritur lots, and in the belief of the said Caruthers, were' situ.ited of the government of said Town, and necessary the improvements support there- it
fafInto of his it shall be the on and fronting Adams-street at the north-west the .
1. )", upon| the adjustment account corner of -Provided, that no higher rate of tax shall be levied )
3r e oftbc Auditor, immediately to hand over to the proper} Dis- courthouse bid square, in consequence of which a high price was real estate, than one half of one per cent on the assessed value upon i ill

r.d d tuTJ \ttornev, the statement of the sum or balance, cortified un- for said lots b)' the said pun'haer-\pd whereas, it hath j" thereof to lie determined by assessors chosen in such r

" tnb's band'and seal of office, (if he have one, if not under his of since appeared! that upon the plat of said addition in the office fas said council may }provide, aud the said taxes to be collected manner, '' : i.

tc; !seal.) so duo) ; and it shall be, and it i i.s hereby made the the commissioner of Tallahassee, said lots two hundred by distress and sale, after default shall be made in the aa:

ttBo I d 1'"ya' of the -aid Attorney to institute: suit for the recovery of the I and six arid two hundred and seven, do not occupy the situation i thereof, in the most convenient and least expensive payment, as to j"h

Doti dchn"} to the :sum or balance staled to be duo on such ac- which from the number and marks upon .the corner stakes, I I the said: mayor and aldermen shall be deemed way I Iy_

P 0P *mc't the JommisMons! of the delinquent} which shall be for- the said purchaser was induced, but that m fact t : the lots which I I+I the said council shall have I power further to provide expedient-and for the trial d r
, h. is commenced said Caruthers intended to purchase, were purchased some J i of .offences\ that
,'Vincverv instance\ \\ judgment by may arise under the ordinances of said town, qtr
ij {,' cdthereon\ an d'interest of eight I per cent per annum, I other individual-Therefore, for the relief of the said Car- : and shall enforce the collection of all fines and penalties that ;

'" ob taini tune of receiving; the I money until it shall 1 be paid into ruthers : I may arise as aforesaid, in such manner as said council by ordinance n- '
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from Be it enacted the Governor and -
by Legislative: Council of the may pro\ de. gh t-

"to *K Treasnr\.7t He} i further enacted, That in every case of delin- Territory of Florida, That the sale of the aid lots to the s.id I Sec. C. lie it t further enacted, That it shall: be the duty of diO

Sec. where Stiltit has been or shall be instituted, the statenicutracy I[:John Caruthers be rescinded as etlcctually as if the same had the mayor to ;see that the ordinances of the town are faithfully zh-- t

g+ ape :,'ld, certified as aforcaidItall: be admitted as evidence, i j never been made, and that all monies paid and notes executedby I. executed, recommend for appointment all necessary town officers aa-

,e 1IIrr-h": court trying; the cause :hall be thereupon! authorised to I.,Ian the aid Cat IIt 1er.-, in payment for said lots, be delivered uj and report and can. their removal,whenever by negligence- 1.an for
t d and J award J execunon arcordinglv. And all and returned: l to him by the couuuissioneis.Passed I misconduct, the interests
.11.e t iuil n m0111 cot'rln j : tf'the ton may require I it-he ; .
J ? Feb. 9 1832.:
'I 1''. of bonds, contracts, or other 1 papers, relating to, or ,con- I h.ill preside .at all meetings oi' the board, and .propose. such : re-, ... \
, firs| settlement of account between the '1 crri- APPROVED Feb. 10, lSJ2.I : measures us he shall think KO I
the all important to the !
lb, ) | public interest but .
. "rtedi. ., .' I : ."; J 1 J
t -- when collided ns niurcsaia to DC true I shall only be entitled to a aid: ,
- individual, casting: vote, and he shall; have
rv and an j.N<). P,9.! ..An"T In am-nd au.t. > rctrul.itr i in Clanccry, powerto 'f
10 >' proc.l II1 ::
s 'n-
the originals, may b.- annexed to such statement aP''d convene the board whenever it be dec-mod! t .
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Of Be it enacted the Governor and may necessary -
by
Legislative; Council of the irt i
. and h"n naxtt -qllill* v''bdity and be entitled to the same he shall have, possess, xert ise and enjoy all the duties
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Territory ol( Florida 1 hat final poweis .
1 decree shall .
; IlIr every be made and .1; r
of credit which I would l be duo) to the 1 original I pupcis: if and privileges: and receive the same compensation as a justice .
1 D"!'f'CC pronounced in court, and the defendant .
open plaiutiti t
:'utrand authenticated in court : Pru\ Itled. here suit is may appeal of I the peace. !jc-
I from the said decree, at time within
f
.. ptought upon a bond or other scaled instrument, and the delcnd- I any two ) -ars. Provided Ser. 7. He it further enacted That the : and two aldennen for d
hov.ever mayor "
that the
t sb al] plead non ettjftctnni, or upon' motion' I the 1 com t tuth I unless same snail not operate as a supersede"s, hall form a quorum tor the Iran-action of all business 011..:
I the said be taken within
: appeal the fixed
'; or motion, being vcrilird by the oath or affiimatioii of! the time by law mother they may compel 1 the attendance of their; absent) members, under Cfj > t

. 1 LfriiJant( ', it shall be lawful fur the court to lake} the tau.c:: & illtDnSldrraion I the cases or if not taken within that 1111iC, "IOtl| asp order of one such pains: and penalties as by rules may be prrsciibed ; judgeof \ |. ,
of 1
I Judges the Court of Appeals' directing the! said appeal to iiir-
and if it -hall apptar' necessary for the attainment f the qualification of members, and ofhe sutlicit-ncy; correctness : : t,
> operate as a in which bond Jnd ,
to supcrsrdeas, event, shall I at
cf r justice, to require the 1 production of the 1 original I bond, contrad : be given as prov.dcd fur bv law. security or regularity of election teturn ; settle! their own: rules ut of -
: n
other paper, specified I ; in such affidavit.Sec. piocecding! and upon the rcton.iwndatiun of thr -r
or l'uied'eb.: 9, 1:':32. mayor ap ado
it further enacted That where suit shall be institutrJ point and it-move all oflii and
3. I t-rs, fix their compensation, and .1 "'.
APPKOVEI Feb. 11 1S32.Xo. I 117 : ,
+l a!gainsthe any person or persons: indebted to the Ttnitoryaforesaid --- .... establish such tees as may or ought; to be allow i d for :suehservi- nn': ;fi

;. it shall he the duty of the court, whore the ame 70. An ACT to I.ctlrl'u.&i.. -die '1 owrof Jackson\illo. CPa may be required! of them-tht-ir! Hirelingshall! be public: > to '!.

uiavbc pending, to grant judgment at the return term, upon motion and they shall cause a journal of their proceedings' to be kept \ inl I a

unless the defendant: shall in open court, the district attorney Kc it enacted by the Governor and LegMuive; Council of the and regularly authenticated by the signatures of the mayor and .,gyp<<

being present, make oath or affirmation, that he is equitably Territory of Florida, That all the free whie male inhabitants clcl k, wnich shall be kept{ open for the inspection{ rat'all who l tothat ,

{ entitled to credi which had been, previous to the commencement of the age of twenty one scary lied over, tuupiehemled: with.n iij.iy be interested in the proceedings: of sate council : The ayes 1 '

of the suit, submitted to the consideration of the a line commencing at a point on the south Lank of the river MiJohns and noe-, upon any question shall be entered upon t tlicirjournal: j, av.

udiwraml rejected, specifying each particular claim as rejected opposite to iogau"s creek, on the lortli side running upon call of au) two IlIl'll1bcr-i-they shall make public: all! ition

I. in the affidavit, and that he cannot th sn come safely to trial. north half mile up said! cr..c:', train+'e westone mile and a hall their dinaiices aid resolutions( + before they :shall ;have force 1 in

Oath or affirmation to this clled being made,subscribed and :filed, I to McCoys creek, thence :south to a point on the south: side of. and .:11ic"e)'. by postinu! } written copies theieof iu two or mure 'on-, r

,:f the court will thereupon be satisfied!, a continuance: : until the .;i the river St. Johns, opposite .McCoys eieek, thence east to public places; m said town n a i

, cat succeeding: term may be grunted, but not otherwise:: unless i'I the po-nt of beginning ; and their suc'ce.'sirs be, and are hereby Sec. tf. He it further enacted, That all white male inhabitants howan '

a'* provided in the }preceding section. declared to be a hotly politic and corporate, by the name and of the age ut'twent)'-une years and overt who shall have

Sec.E 4. Be it further enacted, Tint in suits between the style of The town of Jacksonville, with al1' the rights liberties, resided witluu! theaiJ town, at least one Tionth immediately tion ,

Tcrritorv and individuals, no claim l font credit shall:; be allowed I piivilcges, powers and uthoritie,: incident to, noel appertaining preceding the day of election, shall be entitled to vote !for mayor tore I

rpnn tnil.!, but t such as shall J appear I ( to ha\'c. been presented to the I. to a corporation, body politic, or a natural }p--rson ; and l.y the and aldermen, they being citizens: of the United States-All and
I
Auditor fur Ins examination, and by him disallowed, in whole or 1 i i aid name: and style: may out\ and be sold, pit-ad and be uii- \'ot,8hall be given by ballot. orth,

iipart t, unjcs> it should be proved to the satisfaction: : oi; the court, || pk-aiied, hold, possess and enj-iy real estate and personal plOpI Sec. 9, Be it further enacted. That the election :shall l bo. i v\o

that the defendant! i is, at ,the time of trial, in possession of terry j:I ; and depose ot and transfer: tho same, and so dispose ot, .,I conducted by three inspectors, to be appointed at least two ctifyling.

teachers: :: not before, in: his power to procure, and that he was! i iprevented i and I manage the funds oi said city, as: shall! be most: beneficial to weeks before the day! of election/ by the mayor ; the said may .

} frum exhibiting a claim tor such credit at the Auditor's 1fficelty 1 i the interests thereof. or shall also appoint the place of holding! the said election, and .ted

( absence: from the Territory, or some unavoidable ac t Sec. 2. le it further enacted, That ihe government of said give {public notice thereof i J'or the like period of timr. iliIoil. '
I. shall be I I Sec. 10. Be it t further enacted' That the said shrill
town vested inspectors .
ciclrnt. a person to be called: a mayor, and lour I : Ut'n-
Sec.' 5. Be it further enacted: That where anyre venue officcr !; aldermen to compose a council, tor the management} of the at- i he judges! of the qualifications' of voters ; and it lull be the duty ''ibed,

or other person, now inJcbtcJ! or hereafter becoming iu- lairs of the ton ; '1 he mayor and aldermen shall be elected of them, or any two of them, on the day appointed by law for, 'Fall, ,

dd'Kdro the Territory, by bond or otherwise i shall become insolvent annually; on the first: Monday; of April{, from among such of th<- : holdiiig the elections, to open the poll for th" reception of vote.-', f ''orgc

or where the c-::tatc of any deceased debtor in the hands qualified{ voters of said town hereby incorporated, as shall have and to ('UU. e the names of voters: to be recorded in a book to bkep .-, of

of executors or administrators, shall sufficient to pay ail the j I reside within the limits thereof least one month, and shall be fur that purpose, which shall! : be dcpo-ited at the close oi" l\ctiontho

Wits due from the deceased, the debt due to the Territory shall 1 housekeepers therein. election among-t; the archives: of the corporation ; the poll-:! sliiU tt I !
.
k first satisfied ; and the piioiity }hereby established :-hallJc! t Sec. 3. lie it finthcr enacted, That the said Council shall open at nine o'clock in tic moriiing! ; and close a! fivv "'('101'1, ii tiont!

deemed to extend as well to cases in which! a debtor not having t I have power and authority to pass all laws and ordinances, that the! aftcrnoo. after: which! the i m-jM-r, .tor" :-h'1!1 proceed to t'011ll1. 11I1 ;

sufficient:: dropcrty{ to pay all)) his debtshall make a voluntary' :i i3SM may be necessary & expedient for the good government of said! the votes, and declare! toe person. .. ridded l as mayor; ; idil"I Ir- .eth '.

r..nentlheicof, or in which the estate and elicits oi an ubBonding ;( iown, and the preservation of the public morals ; Provided that .,.t>n, and make out written'' certificate thereof at the foot oi'the \ tt -, I i .

: : concealed or absent debtor+ shall be attached by pro-i( they ago: not inconsistent: wuh, the constitution and laws of tint {poll list, and deliver a 1 cop\: to the n.ayor elect, u ho, upon receipt .!I ho :f

tf:> of law, as: to cases in which the }party shall be absolutely 1 j United States, and the power hereby granted, Provided, no 1 lawor thereof; shall signify i: his a* ceptan 1 < e or refusal. fin-
Sec. 11. Be it !furtl.cr ell:'ted, That if the said :Mayor elect t 'hs- j
-
1:5ch'f'n : ordinance m this respect, ball be inconsistent with fait .. ,
Sec. t G. Be it further enacted, That all writs cf execution j!' of this:: 1'crriturI'hcy shall e.-p''cially. have to any nl-ttl haH !sigmty his acceptance of said otlicc, the 1 former mayor :sh dl. '1\ 1eCi t

:jpon; any judgment] obtained for the use of the Territory, in any I;! improve i alter and extend the streets, lanes, avenues power and rc'!'!puhllcsqllare. ; $ soon as practicable, at any tuie within f five tln\; .,\ ils; -t'1ubIc ihc {anna- ,

el.r! the i onrts of the Territory, in any one county, may run! and j i .;, and to open new streets;, and. to cause encroachments' t1). ,ltd, Iltd in their presence, administer to him ill:> following oath: ,I \l1t-- ,:,

i'rfv'cnicd: in any other county of the same, but shall be issued j: obstructions decayed building..", and old! ruins to be removed I, A. B. do solemnly swear, or allirin, that 1 will to the utmost turn{ ,

rcu' : and nude icturnable to the court where the judgment was I j jotamcJ making the parties injured by any improvement, a just ; of my I power support: ; :, advance and d" teal, the interest:, -. f Heel '.!
t compensation peace and good order of ihr town of Jacksonville: und: taithfuliy; ; t:>C'. ,
) :( any law to the contrary notwithstanding. 'I and charging upon those benefitted! a reasonable :
a-sess-
I Sc.( 7. Be il further enacted!, That if any revci.uc officer, ment, to be ascertained in such manner, as shall be agreed discharge; the duties! of Mayor{ rat'said I Town during: ruy continuance '

or other person, who shall have received public money, before it I by the parties, or by a jury of twelve men, to be organized upon in iu ofiice; and [ do imti><.:r swear, thai I will support;' tic if iyt- t
;
;, pcU:! into the Treasury of this Tcnitory, shall tail to render such manner, as, by ordinance, the sail council Constitu ion of the L'nited htatcs, ; mid+l the :Mayor Hect, upon hilt! *.
provide
may ; being thus qualified. shall then, ;admiuisti: + r the like oath to the t or "
Jus account, or p:.)' over the same in the manner, or within thc They shall have power to prevent and abate. nuisances: to order!
time required b)' law, it shall be the duly of the Auditor to cause I and compel the owners or occupants of lots, upon \vhi--h pooU shall aldermen: elect. and thereupon+ the duties: of tho former !board ,;asst .Si

to be stated the account of such revenue otlicer, or other person, of water are, or are likely to accumulate, to fill thorn to i cease.Sec. utt( :i '
I I up regulate 12. Be it further rnuctr;!. That if (the Mayor olct, or .1"I '.*.--
and the and
tstabitiug true due the
y the amount Territory, certify compel persons: by ordinances or otherwise to erect I ,,c i
I
same!! as aforesaid to the Di:trict Attorney of the proper district, I and keep in repair }partition fences ; and may pass all' laws and I! any of the Aldermen, shall l decline to accept the otlicc to whirli:!! + 'f' bat t3

vbois hereby authorised and required to i issue a warrant of dis- i ordinances:; that may be necessary:: to preserve the public health! t!: he or they may have been elected! : or if accepting any or either MS t tO ,

treys a;ain..t such delinquent hillier, or oilier 1 1plretit person, and his I -They shall have authority to guard! against introduction of!:.: of them, hail ,not qualify! : by taking! the prescribed oaths, witlm; ucto i ,

directed: to the marshal of the district in which such infectious or malignant diseases, and for this I five days, that then: the :Mayorin office, or the person; crerci-in;; ::.- 10( J
i purpose, may prohibit I the duties thereof, shall by proclamation, direct: an election to \bo ;. ,,:--I)
ddinqlrnt: sureties shall reside the ,f.
oflii:cer or other person, and his ; or regulate ingress, or approach of'cStls into the waters i #
and \\bell the said officer or other person and his sureties shall within the limits of said corporation, and whenever necessary !i held t for supplying such seats: in the hoard as may be ,'aeaut. .": .:: : !\\H at, ;

Csie i in different districts, or where they or cither of them shalltetde ," may compel them under fixed and crtain penalties, to : ;giving at least one \\'eclnutice: thereof, designating: :at: the same } 1!. : .a :I I- ;
per- ., tune, the ',ul
1 ;>< in a district other than that in which the estate of cither I form quarantine, and obsl'lveuch other rules and regulations, election. persons appointed 1 { to superintend uud conduct said f :ii : !

may he situated. which may be intended to betaken and sold, ; as to the said ('0 mcil I, may seem proper by ordinance to establish o- :j
: i Sec. 13.: Be it further hi I
,
enacted Thut if the office of SO j
Mayor
Caen such! warrant shall be directed to the marshals of such disband :; : They may construct wharves, keys and dorks, and i 1 J
-
regulate : : or any Alderman, shall at time become: vacant, by death, resignation l
any
itt
r l their deputies respectively: therein specifying:; ; tne a- wharfage, dockage and mooring and anchoring els,%- \ : f:
acunt with which such delinquent i is chargeable, and the sums, reel bridges and ferries, and establish tht' rate of ferriage and : removal or otherwise it shallbe the duty of the h-: .. I r ) Ill"I I. II
or, or the the duties of
atny, which have been and the marshal authorised toIt'ute tolls erect all t person exercising mayor agreeably to > > ,
They
paid
:
} ; ; may necessary: public buildings, and dispose -
this act like i in th, section illt-
in .
mannei as provided t preceding: ; i l'to
: such warrant, shall by himself or b) his deputy, proceed of the same us the interests of the town may require and ) : ; ,
; I order a new election to till such or vacancies em- I
'o levy and collect the sum remaining due, by distress and sale ;. nuke and sink wells, erect pumps, dry drains, and do und perform vacancy 11' .. .J .t a
ofhe lands and and chattels of such dclin- all such other act shall i .' '\ ; t
tenements, goods or acts, as ; seem and be .
necessary, Sec. 14. Be it further enacted, That Isaiah D. Hart, John ) ...III '
: 1
V-rcnt officer, or other person having given ten days: previous no- best adapted! to the improvement and general interests of the r o l i
I \1,e.e of 1.. Doggett, and Heiry H. Burritt, he and t they, or any two of 'I(" ffftlmjtod:
such intended sale; by affixing an advertisement of the town, and pass all necessary laws to guard against fires, and to : '
themare hereby appointed inspectors to superintend the electionfor l i' '- i'
I property to bo sold, at two or more public I places! in the town or ensure the sweeping of chimneys ; they may establish and I r,
regulate I Mayor and Council men, on he first Monday in April, 1832 : the -
t County: where. the said lands or tenements, good: or chattles were markets, and requite all persons bringing fresh! provisionsinto ; I Provided!, that nothing hereby enacted, shall be construed to exclude f this .1 p -
Jwnor m the town or county where the owner of such lands the town, to exhibit them for sale at proper market hours, the ] of this t
legislature Territory from the right to ,
;.Ortenements, goods or chattles, may reside : And if the lands or I establish and regulate the weight: and assize: of bread, the inspection alter or modify this act as it may deem proper. repeal! t hon..J of t :

Cl11nts, goods 01 chatties be not sufficient to satisfy the said of provisions or other produce, being the growth or manufacture of !
anaut{, the be levied the of such officer y, that be inlaid I. .
same may upon person may brought town f for Passed Feb 9, 1832. )the I i!
:tlier person, who may be committed to }piison. there to ran sale, or which may be sent from it ; the waging of liquors, the APPROVED Feb. 11, 1S32. -:fC- l' ''1'
*"> until he shall have given in, on oath, a lull, complete} and measuring 01 "weighing of any articles of produce or merchan- f '. .. "::v.i ,. .3 3t

truc I aCCOunt of all the property he possesses or claims, whether dise, and the storing of gun powder ; and all naval and military No. 71. An ACT to establish a Ke.-r: across Black Water river at, 0: iirt i 1 j

cg' 'crfcona'' or mixed ; notwithstanding the commitment of such stores, not the property of the United States-They shall have near junction with Biaclc V. itir h Day. bo. Q; 1

c'i or other person, or if he abscond, or if lands and tenc- power to tax auctioneers, and license and tax retailers of goods, tY' 'ij, i1
1n
j 'nlS| goods and '''hattles, cannot be found sufficient to satisfyldalJ and liquors, hawkers, pcdlars.tavern and }public boardinn-house: !' Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative' Council of the of .

: warrant, the marshal or his deputy, may and shall pro- kcepcrshackneycarriagcscarts&; restrain lotteriestippling Territory 1 of Florida, That Peter Loonsbury, be and he is here 1h .: :; ; ,

li9 levy and collect the sum which remains due by such de- houses, gamina houses, houses of ill-fame, and thc.itrical or other : by vested with the right of establishing; a ferrY across Black \ j o .

laid uc' ''t officer, or other person, by the distress and sale of the public exhibitions ; suppress riots and disorderly assemblies ater river at or near its junction with the Buy of Mack Water, t.1-' .a

*and tenements, goods and chatties of the surety or sureties and may provide for the punishment of all persons guiltyof m the county of Kscambia, and ho is hereby vested with all and ;. 1

W Pas BUi-li 1 !officer! or other I>eraon! &V'UIS notice as aforesaid. breaches of the peace, within the limits of said town, by fine singular the immunities and privileges: belonging: to the same, for : ,_ ,- i i ntb' 3-, c
: *- r; cb. 9, 1832. o. and imprisonment; Provided the fine shall in no case exceed and'uurin"n the term of ten .year., from and after the l passage of ''s-. : r

APPROVED Feb. 10, 1832. five dollars, and the imprisonment five daJ this act : Provided, he continues to keep the, same in good re t.a

r;o. Cd.(j An ACT for the relief of John Carutbcrs. Sec. 4. Ke it further enacted That the said: town-council } ,1 11.
pair.Sec. ,
shall further have power and authority to provide I v tax, or otherwise 2. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of- <>, I 't- t

a fund for the support of tho poor, the infirm, the diseased the said! Peter Lounsbuiy, his heirs or assigns, to keep in :good ,_.t r h

blti/1r Ij bas been saUstactorily> ( ahcwti to to! Legisla aad insane to establish nublic schools: and provide forV repair, a flat boat of sufficient' dimensions to transport across> t. ; ... .- .
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sr.id.'river a )louded; vvnrrgon and team, and he shall bo entitled I
: receive lo cilof theTeir'jory; of rivriu'.i, That It t hall le.; lawful for llic sccr.tcd forthwith 4
fbcrcfor
at sai'1 1 ferry such toll as ma be established the : ; by tho
t : } by comi inhabitants proper officer t
ty" court of hlseauibia, county. [ of the scvoraltownthips in this Territory, to. elect Sc<;- ?. Be it further enacted That ..., :
; .. on (the' thud1 onda of December in each and all per'sons ,;!:'
Sec. three have
; ., 3. Be it further enacted, That shall nor be lawful for ) every year, accounts, or other demands, against rf.
') suitable persons, to take charge of the sixteenth sections in their I the Tor *. n
kind
I .., any other! person or persons to establish or keep a ferry on said whatever, which accrued anterior to ?' *'
river within live miles of the ferry herein established unless I I5lectivc'1'o'cnsli 15, who s-hall bo entitled! ( commissioners of t of .November; and who shall neglect the said I IUTtJCt' *!
to
thw the sixteenth" H
.
sections and shall hold their ollices for present the
.same be far his her their ,and during Commissioners+ or
or own exclusive usear.d ot for the I I some one of them "ae1'*
the at
!
i term of Talhhas
one from the time of their election until
purposo of receiving toll. year or fore the first day of May next I shah be 0I "
others forever l
'. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That this act shall |I are duly elected. ing or receiving t the same Provided; barredr
; be in : that
Sec. 2. lie t the ComJr
"1 full foicc and eilbtt from and after its passage. J I the said it furlhci enacted, That it shall be the duty of shall give. notice of me same in one of the ; ; .

4' Passed Feb. 9th 1832. I i commissioners to take charge: of the said sixteenth sec- I ,.1-lita, r 1 9tI:1t11CPR! nnd St.. .A1IUstlf: newspaper 3 uSec. A.:
I I }("
dons and
,
f', APPROVED Feb. ,I protect the same from wa.t-e and intrusion, to rent them 3. Ue it f lurther enacted ;That;
11,18:32.: ,
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rf .. ,:I out, or so much thereof, as may in their opinion be rented to the being requested b) said 1 Commissioners any officer, \\bo

.. ': advantage of the township, flr.the term of one year ; anl: for shall fail to transmit by mail within or anYone or

:o.' i'. An "ACT to alLu the =Doitihcrn and Western Boundary Line of I'ull this purpose! they and their successors: arc hereby investcJ'yitl! 1 count 1 ?, sworn torn' the I manner I'is ten days thereafter( k 1&
I
Jacksoa rimvor niii? mitVinriti' tn malw! IO-KIX, fur the required I to make *
1
l'Ullllly' i time J "eSItd.- ---, TreaAircr, hall be fined: tier hundred ret ttm, 1
1 a- i to bring suit. by the name ot iw cornmi-Moners of} the sixteenth of prosecution, to be dollars: and the

T' 1 1C ,ii enncicu uy thc Gorernor mu J..rgslat: Council ui the ;: :sections, and in general to du all other acts and} things: in regard ,I the Territory: to be instituted recovered by action of t debt in : H
:
I Territory of Florida, That the Southern and Western line of f, to the said lands: as !nay bo /necessary and proper, to carry thc (J! //J I'-lrj"l where said officer resides lly the District AltorneH?

I' J said Jackson county be so altered, that the dividing line between: provisions of this art into Clio.Sec. "" f duty of the several district( ; and it 'S" hereby ?ade lie

,ii" said county and Washington on the southern side, shall: be the !' ::. licit further courted, That ithall be the duty of'j!i such persoi.s I ill the attorneys! forthwith to t jfros

: : bunts parallel ; and on the western side, the dividing lino shall the clerk of each county in ths: Tenitory: to direct an election I clerks of t courts are mannrr"l u',r hcreinbefcre! pre I' 'cnJ/ed;!/ ; a 04 .

1 commence at the southwest corner of, Township one, I.III"c: in each: Town.-hip;, to be held at the time aforesaid, at such pla I!; juucrs'yithuut! fc-rxa: fuil.cby required to furnish said (0\11, .

I t twelve: ntH th and vvctt, being the said basis cc.-, and by sunk : he I; stati-mcn: of all 'lines and 1
It Ii 1 on :\ parallel, and run prroen. as may dcsi-jnate: : : under penalty !I I (before' mentioned. t torte'>itcr'

: J a ning from thence a due north course: on the dividing lnc: :ijclwet, n of ioifeitiiig) : one kindred dollar.-!: one) hail'; to bi; applied I! ( to the j I Sec. 4. 1'e further created That I

I' ,: ( i't range twelve and thirteen, to the dividing line l-ctweci; townships! ) use of the mlrrmer, and the reiiiainder to the '1 crntory. i J; enquire and ascertain what said Commi."ioncl3s1j

J. I 1 lour and five, and the intersection of me two :said hues: ; thence I I 1:j i Sec. -1. l Be it further/ enacted. Tint: the said commissioners j I the) Territory, and!i there the property' is possessed l or 0".,(
; is
due be and i same not
vvc-t to the dividing thirteen and fourteen j they arc hereby directed to otherwise
I ,,' ranges ; thence i 1 appropriate; the sum or sums I i placed under/ the care of other t officers cXpr

due north to I the line dividing; townships, live and -i\j ; thence 't of money leceiwd by them liom the l lands: aforesaid( to the u.-o to their control and r the :same shall be soh jJ
regulation:
1 -- due west +10 the line civ (n schools: ( ill the Miiii: ; ; and they may rent t 1
1r-ti I iding; ranges: : fourteen: and liltcen; ; and i : township, the same s-hall! be paid over to : one year; or less tUIW, if the v think the sane I"
"' 7" thmce due i .the nrouer. '
\ north to the Alabama !line.Pasted rummis-ioncrs: : of the neaiv.-t: :cction iii the in which r -
t i i county I|i r-i-f.- t). i>e It furl h.r
: Feb. 9 18i2. f there be school) be tnac'eu, mat said( C
may a to applied)! by them to the mnii
uses sh.ilf iior.,
J atoro- : make full
i''t;'; i, ; ;.;a.d. ** j report of all their proceedings jo the ,:
.lees.uvla), Feb. 13 J I 1S'J2.; ::! } lative Council and that nextl
the
t'' {l! fete. .1. L'e; it Imthrr; enacted, ] hat it felrill bo the I Treasurer be tlirectel to
.
ol.
duly i ; pay
ilI' necessary t slct!:"; as the I said tal!I!
/ .'0. (3. An ACT to compensate !'l''r.ull killingYV.v! <..> In this Territory. :i the SM'I. coiumis-ionu) t to( dcpoMte leases, ami all other conJtiaets ,'i tit :e incur in ,performing their duties cornmis.-ioners and ; mav' froraii-n*
; 1 that I
l HI relation to said land: ;;, in the cC'roHice! of the two arlll itfa}*
cent
f county ol all collected
:- urn ; :
S.1. t)c it enactrii ny thc uovernor ami i. coot t.-, ?n .soon) a, by snid i l C UlfltUHOIH'rhall: : be all
practicable:
cnisiaiivc: alter the
t. v.
: Ollllril.r taking: :-amc, aiul pay ,: l'f l to the ji,hidttornc .,
the Tt'nit..ry of i i'loiida 'i 1 hat it over I to their i :) and Auditor as a full
: shallano :11
r ; may be li-wful. :successors (' money) remaining! in their hands, II'I j i for their services ami{ coniensa f acct

\' f for allY: : pen-on) '' ''r per-oll-::, killing! ; any Wolf, Hear, Tiger, or I I an! > at the! cx'niiation of their term of office.oee. j!I t em. no travelling!: expenses shall 'be alit,Irk(

14 Vatifle.'r, in this iYrritory, o-i producing' the o. lie it tilrtiJ
scalp or -e"ihs:,: ol (:r enacted, That :;bam; commissionersbali Ser. C. Be it

\ either 1 or all of :Mich animals, 1 I.)' him sIded;: to the piesid.ng: .- t f.vo we Kbefore the day of election, file in the clerks of- I shall!! rtirthcrennrteI, That whenever the said( CMnisioners -,'

1t t1; +tt1 ,J Ju-ti'-e 4i the rountv!) cour of ihe com.tv in which the same: : {li lie of the l countcomt, a lull >tatc ment of their proceedings, Territory, since" ,thc on examination: find that any, county iB j I jt! !

m.iv have been Killed, and cn makingati.facttir: the. amount) of tirst day of January, eighteen
1"r : ) proof to the I manyy; received{ hv them, and its disposition hundred) is,'
shall
.' IVIJnl said pr 1 .*.-1111:1';: Justice that; ho' lit,t they, said it ;,| -.uit or applicants I,ttat! l.itii; rented! gilt: ami: !per-on-i! renting; tool on t failure thereof, the twcnty-nmc officers, have neglected; to li;appointed or clccw

C"'\! ; did! I.ill auv of tin- aforesaid: ;ani'iials: he :siiull: he eijled: : hall ho meh'+iilu at any :,ucC<:l'uiag: election to the proper to a-se.-s and collect taxes for the Territory
I I Ci
t..i. to receive f his s-rvi, I 5aillellll'v ui any such county, it .-ball bo the of
ir) :; : e : such{ compensation: ) ) : ::: as aa\: ; Ie allowed. :;: uliire.: I duty the CnuxiLssioncnb

1'::1, by tin! ? ciMiniV) court of the! rcsp.-c'live! counties: ; to b paid' u-.t I j I i,r tec. 7. 1'c-fit fitjer;! 'wrfed;: That the :-aid commissioners i I order flit tcx collef! 'tor in office in such county, or vvhcretherea
tax
ni: collector
f ( ::11'1 ot'tii'/ ; couiv: trea LII'Y; a,id an older from (tho pre.-idiii: ; .) t-tlie: i! -ha I ;.uict! lit e.n-b: ) si\t\ 'enthection! a:: atcrc.-aid, a suitable !''in i' >the such county, they shall order the t:1Xcf.Irectq

(If the county (' be payment
county auliicicntvoucher !, one :
a
I hody, not to exceed twenty' a-> they may' l!! taxes due thu arrears \ Tern
( for tu! ,1111... 11111\ Inr tbeeriM t or v on all ta\atJ1! paymc-ht s itne.! J ; proill'r finn/ nt a wr-h.idl II(lniii.f.rue. : J f __ such--. !.n"n' ,
: ; t... :and wncnevcr it snail he lounu mat "Vf&UIJ;
I ne it Iirtr.er!t enacted, That; Ibe-aid any property is
: owncdbjj
:a4f. i i. _'-I A1'I 1..1' t I..., t t tii AltVol! allowed comtni.sioncr.Jshaii { poison or persons-elsewhere than in :such
"' ; r!: ; : l KYw ::1.-:, I I 1,0 ; to cet.iin; fiom the moneys by them collected, for arrears of lax'shaJl county/ the demo
1 i be
1 1 live per centum\ at compensation, ( for ..Iltw transferred; to the tnx coilcctorly
lrEj E ) trouble and /(
r.
> (: ; \ >, n( tins: linen: retire. r.ited; to tnc: cx- the : i in which
; the
.!toi' I/ !;.:i.-iative: : : Connf' : { pcti-c (lir atlcndmi! t. ,ucl1n'lIt J I county owner or owners: rcsiu'e: there
: 'I\ I 1.1' : : and! shall be allowed tol Ie
1 '. Jhat I'.dZ.ad:1'al1! !: <':, thin I l befun! I her) iiiunii'gt, : v\i.h I I fiveper .!;.collected, and ;it f the owner or owners of (
centum Ihe,
.U- : of ail such
upott annum received any tsistj;:
fred I aforesaid :
moneys as !
i named I !
V.MIV.M. ;
Klizabcth
: ( JIr"I- shall: (be
I : : has : property f found
boon
lV : ; to reside!
f r ; vvhol.'v ;l't.J) Me it i'm lu-r beyond the limits of
enacted the
;
:: That the le.
!.:. ii''Jiiil: of b--r "act entitled an act't 'i' [
:: :!
&r.iarri: v tn,111(1 has : it s'liall! he
vic.l.iletl the
ige :) : her rttory ) : dtJtof the! !
to tax collector
ronju- I rirovide for 'the: la I;) .-t jut tHI'l! Ioollallcl. to III.tittheae c
il : >; in this '
tidet\! !; ; =
!Itl''d
Territorv
{;: to her : :aid: iiii.!!b'mil:: ', in a hhaMcful and or attorney of such! e
.s' ( notonou-( ( person owning of
l :'wtlOHJIl.Hr ,
+ IS'2 \ and property such: taxeyht
( \ovcnilicr21st:
I iiancr: luu'U'fjre.} llirthe ix-lief \ IS- due :
; the and
.n!. : aid; Alfred Kvaus421 | : *, be and the( :-t'IC; i? hereby repealed ; Provided nevertheless-! : i i : which sf any owner of, or agent: t tar any property in tl.isTti;

}" lie: it (.'i1H'l.t: b\ the: (;lrt ] )JI.j' and( r.e i."lntire foimril' th it the com i.-sioner; now ;app rated or to be appointed airier i: make ritory! on any taxes shall be f found to be due, ?b !1l'rill1to I
; of
: he'i ; the
: to
tax
Ltts, 2 "l \ of i l.in.l"! i -.11411-:: ;, ;-lull: :! coiitmuo( to act ta.til the payment collector of 'all the arrears of ta.
< ,., I ;, r11'tn'y!. i ': ', That tl II,:, mania; ::" COli tract, lurelofurc!( !: commissioners of the duo, the tax collectorhall t ci: sat

:', siii.oi-tiii-! !; bj't.voen iC'nidIi'ed; : : llvans: : and J.z ibetb I sixteenth sections. be dt'dt', nn.l; :! si.l! : l! hay; ;; power to rent out tux all proceed to levy and collet t doib! :,
t.\1I1 on such
; in the!
ho Mi'l Jit.-: -dint': ii is; lit IIrv! (di.--ulvoU ; and the si.;; | .'Ifreil Kvan .md collect all. rents wl/.ch: no v may be due and unpaid, and i; which property has manner prescribed (by law ; aid
any:
I i .nUl. i-= jwrdrc I !1.'.i.-i.I f fr.Mii ih<; bond.of; : I i shall pav ih-j same: togfih.-r! tl lt'1 all rc.t-: >; which may have been county : neglected to have: assessed and I collectt:
and naid!
matnmony, by which hi 'i't
I ]lt.1 1< :i-en 1 l united: 1 with; t I the saiti I Ii Klizabeih 1: : r.mil, ami from 4'oilocteti( over h ill.1! r,.'-pes I ; :Jive town.-hip cutia.i- sioncrw.thin; '' fivrr tlir 'rratnriat f.TVp-s., OinM bc dcL..rrl'cI? --u.Gnmr.,,_

t :l w. '11i di.ly; i.r iibiigition): :! ari--ji, :: !Ig tberefrom, as fully and! an*>' ..ivlv; t i\nvi\ ait! ;' iJi ir c!:;"-.-t i IM ; and the leri.-mt of the said loll n- ceivmg payment from the 'lre;'siiry ot any sum 01 OHms of rat
;; : cumpJeteh: : a- i :ney which arc now or hereafter
.? tt). t f the.i: = ua .* had never misted. -hip coiiiim.ioneissn= ,iIILe! ) a flillli! -charge to tnoprc:-;5ellt sciiO; i : may become due toaid count, ,,
( or ofitccr in
i : j the .
commis-ioncrs) i'or any : oamuntil: all of
t the rents which arrears taxes fors
suJ
: '- /now be due within theiirespective
::7. may
.
'," .j 11, 1t4 ed I '(.}!,. !1, 1 S:3: :.?. : town-hips. / county shall be paid into the Territorial TmaOIJI'Y.cc. '
.
I ':Z't.'( j 7. And be it further
n r.J Feb. Sec. 10. Ho it further enacted That hereafter it enacted, That; any oanic
\n tCHn+: 10, 1832.: shall not person ; t
", ,a f. JL 'J.t I'l'rcJ, 3WJ lap'd:; b;.- the '. llfu bo lawful 1 for to build i property in any county, which property is liable to Ten.
'i. :.i 1. i rll1bltc: isuj riy: ', 1:3:!. any per.-on occupy, upon or cut any timber torial pay a
it
.Jt.. .\nJ _.: on any of the school lands: except the sixteenth: sections in this j, tax, shall and may be lawful! for the person tu'thichod

":, 't't nurid'1 I IVirilory ; and! if any p< rson shall oiTcnd again-t the provisionsof property belongs, to pay the taxes therefor, in any county iatl

t'n L t phi:- act, he or she: :shall: be liable to be indicted, ami on con- Territory where such person: resides.

e .. vition, to be fined in Passed Feb. 10, 1832.
t jI12 tIt ) a sum not exceeding live hundred dollar

.. AnAn Provided, that: this; act :hall not bo construed to affect rrr.oHD Feb. 12, 1832-
: suchptr.ois
\ c ?:,\ 70. .\?, ACT f( .r i. .t' :- ix'ii. f nf I-I :,i.L1 4 D 'I" ,
t- ;' over I ,; s. :1 ashall:; ; have obtained a !lease or leases: of such: school I

'; "\ WlIKHIvAS:: hurt born: Ifpl' 'sf'fJtl'II to this\ I'lndsth.r: thin; sixteenth sections, or any part thereof under t I _." .......

; An i rig !sb-it! \ I : Ic4i i-Iativo! COItu !!- : the authority of any i law of this Territory, until after the .I II t
Dvkcsb expiration
Ir:1 l bl'1I1'e! her : I Xo. 59.: AnCT ,
intermarna .
\11. with J I.
; nmciid
])', : '. : :aiah I II ot's'irh lease! or leases under the provisions of the last ail't tr ino-rporutc! s. Dank iII the! Tots ,
!I ('l \IU -, was named; \i-y T ay'I..r I )hivi": .iiutid her conjniral :: lion of this act."ec. > ec-I I of )taolia.f ; :> '

of fidelity I in a rlnn.'ful' I ni'inner) : aiyl hay ( 'j
.' or liifc >paeo of Iln.,1; I .
11. 13
1 i q+ If'rr'Andi. yeudorited I ,! !her: :.anl: husband; audin'd l / Li -t.ite, of. ailulfeiy /- acts: heretofore e it lilrthcrcntrtct: That a'l: act and parts o j TIe it enacted bv the Governor and Legislative Council oft! i

;' J v. illi nu'Ubcr mr.n ; thureloic: \ for! tic! relieJ'of her said i Ihall! parsed authorising: ;; the ail( school lands, other !|l Territory; [Florida.! That the( word 31ajch"- %

f a ; .An blImi1.: !, the ixtl'f'I1th ec.tion.: to Le nOl1tc il out. !uc Mint the .<_.:mipt' : /If.::; word '* ,Januarv hellh tituterli fGi'I
u.
f f"J I ic berel.y repealed. n.n in the second section of said! act, andiJi) t ,

.! \ll.l, : I'f' it ICtr.d Sec- 12. He it further etncicd That I the words u over and above the sum then actually dq>ooiteJ;: l
;
( ::: : Iy 111l' lo\'nv'r J11 Le : whenever )lease *
: : : -l.lIi\'o tlrj
; ( any Dank
: : t for '
s.it!
,.I1"ctl \/"umii IIf : keepinir; bo stricken
me sha'l' 1
h.t11'n out ill rule si..th.
rnt T made bur
tit''J' a longer than
: 1. term
AnAn iiH.ty c :I, : mania: contsaet( /beietofore one year, the aame: Sec. 2. Je it t further, enacted
; co II 111 Y, S"i: i 1 ii.r i: k tu et n tb said; :jjaitie.--' : 1; be and lfif -hall be taken and deemed to be: void, from and after the first I; of said be That the fourteenth sreti 1
:' : same/ b--ieby i is act amended to read follows
1 day of r.s That the stcrlho!'
a dhs'jive.i I January:: nexf.
l i the I sard I
: m
.siub; I Ilk
Iill !t Thelion. 3 i-- I heri.-byreleu.-fd I :J I Irom (t he ers be respectively bound :in ;
; bonds '.r Pa.---x.-d Ft; J. 10, 1S3:.'. proporticji to the amount of shai ,
tu.itum-uiv: ( hi''h"
: ( ; Jn n rug' by :I I h' was conn'1') 'tid' with i I t the aid! t; held t by each I for the ultimate
i :iey i i >I-, :.e <, ju,1:: fiiiL ad. ( -. APPROVED Feb. 11 1832. redemption: 01"tile bills ornol i
:
:' ( ; ) : ; ;:-, if tho same hud nevei .No. Sd. j t issued bv said:; bank.Passed ,
E I'vi.ted.Pa I: An ACTi-fspecii: : ; the i\i-lic! PrujvTty at :S:1.larl,;*.
I : ;:: Feb. 11 S32.
<-i.-.l .'d). 9, lS: 2. !I "
1 } I ec. 1 1. I Hiit: emcled! ( by .the Governor: and Legislative! Council I I' ,A I'rIonn Feb. 12, lE32.

filI 1 RnJtcTr.n r.:"h. I 0, 18:12.:! I of Territory of Florida I '!''tat the (Governor ; ........-.. ....
,
':c.t.l'n'dal" be and he i isamh"e.r
: '; ,
Si.t .- p' "y-th.1'I : ( .' : l't ', ll, b:d:!, ber.av ; X,)., S=;. An Acttnamciiil.inart.
:
(to lonti en fe'cm for tic
,(>II.,1) I appoint ;a commissioner: : : to take charge ofj Territory

:1' ,,t i.lc.s' ."". : !. rot l ;; t St. Maiks, nod: all the Public. Hnildings \nwrfthcreat j!I' Be it enacted the 'l''ritla i
by Governor alit
t' ; Legislative Council ortbe
I ''. m.'I; ) 'I t Gr. oI.-: allclt to lent/ the same on the fir.- t day of .\plilnl'xt, for cash;, to, : Territory of t 1 Florida 1 That a Tcrritoriui
: the highest bidder- tax: fit ten uI liars, IS:
:
; i at
wishes 1'I: : ; public auction, for .the term of one yerr. ,, hereby imposed, (from and after the
ofj of this act
See. 2. lie 1 pas-age ups
further '
it
j [ {. I : enacted, That the said Commissioner:: ''\'CI'hl'e: over the of
satisfactorily: ;appears' : to :his Leci-l 1,itivc[ '" oun- :shah within! thirty d.iys after the or'the j age fourteen years, and under the a;
cil j I, th it 'l'en.i t : )arhv'vUi\, of John I I Ii receipt rent for the Pub !J of fifty years, hired out in this Territory whose
has oRa
: Darby, bt.en unfaith, ;' lie Pioperty betoro named owner or
[111tt, the !bed and hoard: I of her saiI I I pay theame into the Treasury ;I; ers do not permanently reside in the _'J
r t, htibaudand! unmindful Provided, the said! Territory, to ho assess{
commissioner
; : : : deduct from the and
The Gil of' her) imrri: !:,;,} vo-.v--therefore, for the msy rent areasonable collected of the E persons owning said slave of the
: d relief! of the "aid I I compen-alion: : : for bis services and I or per.
'v' 1 lie lie John Darby, expenses of adver sons:; lining: or having the care of such slave slaves in the
and or ,
I tising the
renting same: not to :
An ctl I.. lie I' einelrj-1 t ::I I by t the I Governor. and I Le 'I' also the exceed twenty dollars, and[ j j 1 sa' c manner: as other taxes arc COHN! tctT.
AnnrtAnrtCt !! : -e Council of I thr I sum of ten dollars to the Commissioner
Territory of rlorida! 1'J1 thy! of the last year ] Sec. 3. He it further enacted That
It
:' < said: John Darbv, he and he is i for his serv ices\ I 1I whenever any l pefsi

; An ac "'".,' .; hereby divoiced from his said wife To re.-a ; and he is released Passed:: Feb. 10, 1632. i shall; bring: into and sell anylave or slaves ill this: Territory!!:=

.1 aoA ; and I abolvolron I i 'I ; l person selling such slave
: b-mds! of inatritnauv'vith thaaid I 'I' or 8Ia'cshaH pay a tax to Ihe Tcrrt

'i s!-t 1' .1" J tf':'r si, as ful.y and ;absubitely! :n if they, the .said John: and 1'cre'l'ily eren -- b APPROVED Feb. 12, 1832. I i i1. iX tory of fifteen dollars upon every slave sold! in the Tcnitorfi !

tIle .ictiu! ; : ", ; : sa, li'iif never been married.Pd.scd >. J. An ACT to aiiirml tor the passage of this act ; the samcj to be collected by 1 t1
an an fia: : "'"rninViI, I! !
:: <, Letters Tc sheritr
." 1 Feb. 9. 1S32.ami] lacai.iry:; and! the d'llits of Executor., Adnnn.ati.itorb tl- t of the county in which; such sfa\'o or sla\"es shall hC5o1'tI '
: 4* Guardian -- ----
}
EX RrjrcTF.n Feb. 10 I and the :slave; or slaves so sold shall always be liable to Cler:1':
1S32. :
rrc ol1'iJcl'd 1 pJssf',11y ;lie "(tnl' :.ite ll11jo'ritj', Ft:!,*. 11.18-23.t Be it enacted] by the Governor and Legislative Council of the tion for( said tax, if the :same is: not paid by 't tho person sell!

"':,l! Territory of Florida, That hereafter : such slave.; This law
g '.-: debts incurred during the to extend to slaves now in thisTeriit01*
No. .v. A. ACT 1'I' .u. I. .lef of last sickness of a deceased for j j I belonging to non-residents and ? oldia
1 AM t \\iary oanany. person, nursing and attendance, v\hch may hereafter! be ,

? t'. \1Ie. or for medicine !by an apothecary, be placed in the ordci of :j;, in this Territory. .
'fJIB
R t
.\S It pay- '
; \naTilers satisfactorily appears to this Legislative. COllnI ment on equal footing( with physicians': bills for medicine and Sec. 4. He it further enacted That in addition tdtIepeoa! !-
at-
I cil that !
iln2ihy. c ; Solomon! ,
i I a and whereas I v'anaday, ,has entirely deserted his wife I ;Mary ; ;I tendance! ; and in cases of insolvency, each, with the 1 physicians ties imposed upon) free negroes:: !and! mulattoes! by an atcft'!
I the I
i'HJ04, + totit- ,'h said Solomon! previous to his desertionof hill, t', be paid pro rata, according to the amount of said debts. present session of the Legislative Council, a Territorial rot

tt ,1 l alt; full \. his said wife:, had neglected for eight years th />u outlet; : PasscJ Feb. 10,1832.;) five dollars be and the same is imposed usoa all tree ocgi

1 l'I.If es>fntial; to the' peace, quiet and comfort of all married, women APPROVED Feb. 12 1S32.Xo. mulattoes and persons of color, in this the -t
1 t 1 1 1f J. and Territory, overof
*.rlul an1 ( __ J entirely deptived her of her marital rights I ;and privi ... -J fifteen years, to be collected by the tax collector in that sc(;

"r But ';1"11"141 leges ; S2. An ACT to provi!e fir: the speedy settlement of all arrears due nd) counties of this Territory, immediately after tho arnnJt

<11.< ; strict.in ,1 .; Ue it enacted by the Governor and the Territory ul" Florida. such h
Legislative Count tit liu' any person ithin the Territory, and that the tax onal'51persons \
110 IIH 1'Y' : That th? said Mary Canaday; I bo, and stir I I : as come within the purview of this act, who are no4re'
divorced from her said husband Solomon Scc. 1. l>c it enacted the Governor siJcnt in ana
l.y and the
bond of ; and the Legislative Coun- Territory, hall be collected as oilier taxes arc, ? ,

I' ,!;!!r >I.v dnIJou. oil of tho TiJiritory of Florida, That the Secretary of the Ter at the same time. ,

I' f &-' bad clttrej ta he a eutircly d alJsolutdy issoh'cd, as if the "S:1lUe: ritory, the District Attorney 1 for the 31iddla District, and the Au- Sec. 5. Hdit f further enacted That: tho Territtia i :Tom, ..
ditor of the
been
A. j never solemnized. Territory, arc hereby appointed Commissioners to urge be, and he is l hereby authorised and required to adml j >lan fe0
Passed Feb. 9 1832; investigate and
: : ( ascertain the
: amount of all accounts: and cluims oath to each an every tax collector, or other officer c l r

1 "t : 1f:1.: I" REJECTED Feb. 10, 1832.w of every kind, existing against the Territory previous to the with tho collecting or paying over any money into the Trea U1:

t ,... i'llh"tJ b' t .t'" Reconsidered and passed: hy l -the.-- .requisite--( majority, FC'J.' 11, 1832.Jfo. thirtieth day of November )last ; and olso the amount of debt of this Territory; whenever such officer shall tender and otrC1Jt

<; 79. AN ACT to amend- due the Territory, from all f former and present officers, or othei ,iay money into the Treasury, that he, the said officer :

: y r 9 1. an act, to provide fir the laying out persons, or corporations, or counties, on that :gait in or speculated, either in "
day and claims
\ the School! Lands in this Territory. I lain from to ascei directly or indirectly, s..y

David / and forfeitures especially the records of the courts, the umount of fin* it-counts against the Territory ; and that he docs par; Often. .. _

- ilk ". ":o Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Coun- due the Territory: and after such ascertainment pay: such funds only as he received for taxes, from tM| r.
direct that
I'1I 1-, ,, to the person owing, or his:: securities, if an/'be'. pro tins who paid the same ; and further, that he makes DO claig.iterest ::

1 except for such amount as he shall have allowed t to,
Henry P :;t
Irl nclu It. ".f{ t .

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r.v tarp '? cs for iutcrcst, whi :h-Said. oath shall be re- execution,:'shall on payment s of the purchase j .money, execute a. be hereafter oommu.: .i :o. -ciia'ni' equity in any court against ', he allude c!:) ;* '
shall in
lacg : Said Treasurer no case receive deed of''
);; InR; and the conveyance, 01 bill of sale for'the same, for which he r"a, ,: : xt
\ shall refuse to take arid sub- shall} be
: from any officer who allowed the Mini ofone t dollar.! ritor)", and others within !the same, having in their hands effects s odmi.ii.sv r
on y j :}L
shall 1 '
n issue _
proceed Sec.
the said oath, but sa.j Treasurer who 11. lie it further enacted, That when an execution. of? or being otherwise indebted to sue h absent defendant or de- ,;,. Qheti n lift

,:to be ution flr..train t refill cr and his securities are hereby has been levied in less than ten days, before the return day, the fendnnts, or against any such absent defendant or defendants ;..,.3 p, )of that cs-
take the ,
officer to oath in tho marshal.
., de }li table I for he of such the Treasurer shcnlTor other officers charged with the execution, shall having lands-or tenements within the Territory, and the appearance :: i .:5 p li\'c o. 1 k.
b ,law Authorising return the .
prescribed } same and take out a tautiltoiti of such absentee be .. .. It
1 e manner as IS expands, and proceed not entered and security given to the _.:-: : 1. ttas
against tax collcctcrs.CCCfnllOtl to sell at public auction, the goods and chattels satisfaction of the court for "<"' r
, sle lands end tenements performing the decree:r, upon affi : :, as early ,,
y gassed Feb. 10, 1S32. so taken according to the provisions of this act. davit that such defendant or defendants are out of the Territory, 72lr Vcht J. to bo5fcT )

, APPROVED Feb. 12, 1832. Sec. 12. i>e it further enacted, That no execution shall issue or that upon enquiry at his, h.r, or their usual place of-nh'dc, ..< : .-In that

. from the clerks office, until ten days after the adjournment he, she or they could not be found, so as to be served with process .ll%*:, f the r 4 0'JJIIJ& I

of the court from whence it emanates, unless the party plaintiff, in all such cases such court may make any order arid ? i j thousand
,
.. or his agent or attorney make oath, that he, she or they (belies quire surety, I f'it shall I 1 1 appear necessary, to ,restrain the defen re ; .. Hivv, .;. !:;..rrhase I of
the defendant will dI,art from the danfs in this from :.r .
J
Territory or remove their Territory pa"lIlgorcon\'eymgawilY, orsecic- : ,. growmg: .
property belotc the same can be levied on in the nnl ting the debts them owing to the effects 1. 1|.Duiinnsuch
Hawkers and Pcd- n.< .mnn... ., by or in their bam ; a'
. tmradan l't to impose: a las on ; -- ---- !*, of
. ..J."c4... AnACi lava in this Tcrr :urr.n nero aU.ent cfcud.mt or ddcndauts ; and for that nurnOfi\_. ,.,..,.. ., 'i furnihiorder
Sec. 13. ne it further enacted, That if the marshal, sheriff such debts to be paid, and effects to be delivered I u h" C"'i' *c supply '
up to the.
HiMlliv 1, the Governor and Legislative i Council of the or other ufiicc'r, shall f fail or refuse to pay over any moneys ,Iaiutitf or plaintiffs, upon their giving sufficient scruriiv fur* ', .. "+ satisfiednd
c lt l r collected by him to the plaintiff) his the return thereof to aiicli: and :
morida 1 I'h.U upon granting a lie nse to any HawkVrritoO'ot plaintiffs;, her, or their a- I person in cni-Ij uamcr as ths} :: upon
' f this 'iVrritorv, as provided for in the first and sear gent or attorney, within tncnty days alter the same shall have court shall direct. ,<>rt must

rf r !: !"of the act above referred to, the said Pedlar shall t been collected, he shall 6e liable} to pay the same, and a penalty Sec. 2. Belt- further enacted, That tug:: couyt slnll! also: no- .,a 'f his opm-

con ..cctions of one hundred dollars, together with the fee allow- j of twenty per cent damages, to he recovered by motion, on !', point some day in the Mid-ceding: term t far 1 tar;: :: :icvt defendant' !. y. ,1fhirrh... ;

, "t.l\. .1:11111 for granting the I :1mc. giving ten days notice to said sheriff or other officer, before the 'i, or defendants to enter hi--, hnrTir tlicir! ; rnpc-nranee( to the suit ; ,, \;. 1 to makes t

r"t t 1Gctd clerk tic it fill!: her enacted: That it i\ .1ICrehy.made the I next court aficr the said neglect or refusal of said sheriff! or and give security for }performing tl.e: -cjcc: :; copy of{ which ; x;: <--': "" 1. ". t t'nl !!h-
or II ., :' .
2. other ofliecr.I : vj' :
der hall -i Srrretafntltu.aa
SeCf nil of the peace, and oilier officers. of tins 1 cr- | > : by direction of the cv.irt.: I-o l. itliv.ith: }rub &h'f1 in -
} JJsticCS I I any ;
Sec. 11. Be it further enacted That no sale shall newspaper within this Tcrrilory: :. 1..C. 't ;' 1 : : /
W inf.)I11l against and apprehend all pCI I suns oflouding a- ,I.I.nlorj' he marIe'uy t c :: .LltlOn of which shall I I 1m 'V! ;. 1J.
,! to' or The I law to which 1 I. .s an amendment.'ijyl : j" inn, and I
law,
:,, .".:\' n* :5 I0lb32. i I II Jon I the first Saturday; in each month, bctuecu the hours of ten fendant or defendant :> cfllu:! : (pr-iultnir; u f :sur h' and conthiued ..;..!-m, the re-

I f P.l b>c jFtb. n iJfC'l'r.n: I- ('t>. 11 1WJ. and two in the day, find in front of the court hou-.e ; and the for two mot rth,1; : t'!1,: ; :;;4d another copy thereof >hai1 l be ;$; ,f(Kf to ruakoay 1

frrnI"i.1'I'C",} and passed 1 f':' die retlul-itc. J1.1jr"lrit; ty ofll.c. .GOtfmii' .. ,. !, I I advertisement of'any such sale shall comprehend a full and posted at the l t'.i.i.t.. tl.,-r *.1'1 uch c.,-lrt house. If such absent 1; and

H.1532. '? co ICfondant ( defeii.-lanl:::.!! pet ::-.i-r; ; :and give such of: P+'n-
security, within the ,
r _
fon. I and (he name of the person in whose }possession i the 1 tout limitc-?, fir; : 1.1! {firlher: time ;as tluj) court allow for \ thirty I,
may ,
,...,. ,_r< I I property may be ; Provided nevertheless, thus a sale! may lie !_">od fan-- !,(":\ .1, t'.io: ort: may proceed to take! such proof ." ; hi hrnu '

made on any other day, or place, by consent of the' dcfcw'hnt! ': I i the con hl) .ttua;.: ..!.1.1:! (l1l'>r : and if theyhall: (hereupon lie} satis; as :' ) + f f'c.
And provided, the shuriffor marshal shall fied of the lice of ',('st of
; give the plaintiff; ten I jiI: ih[ deruani., they may order the .all! to !he }

:\u. S.uAr.: act concernin;; lXL'util.ii days notice of such othci day or place of sale : and an)' sale :taken:t! ;a- onfel, ;and! nnke! Both order or decree thereon, r and 011ividual. 'J't l

may be postponed from daj to day I shall just arid as : Jlld'ro:
i appear( ; I mr.y enforce: due! |"rlorinanre and .
the Governor and Legislative: Council of the I :;cc. 15. Be it fin' her cutiou e\o- f. ?
Be it t.n.rird hv j i f enacted, Thlt:111 net* op pans ofacts j I thereof, by such ways md mt.ius a> have heretofore h..r !
(
'Hint] s.ll \\ tits Kxecution, hall bo re- .I inconsistent with the Hard for; ei.'ioiciu ri 'n- to pur-
Florida, f otlur ,
provisions I !
1rtritor cf ( nliIe': !i't, ami tin ( :! : tees= rt'( nirin', the ,' '
from the late then:.,:. :: -ame arc I ;. corn( I11t1aCt or: ;:!: him at 1"
Provided
wnth1fift:: + tlnv.- ( hereby repealed ; ncveithele) :, tiiai: ail; l pu- : : : :- to gin! : ecurity, as !'he coi-rt\ slul! lor

.> Ile'it! lurthi-i enacte.l, That whon!1 any c-xecntmn: ha.* j:i cccdingh heretofore instituted, or rights a hit/ 'h miv: 'have; arrrue.i\ i t j I I biding) silt h future nrdt'r as may' be nnde I'r restoring approve: the,cst.ifa a- thou of t ;. .

l hell"Cf'm-d! and returned uot.-al.siie.MlK-party: at whose suit ; under: atlt. t former act, shall not !he effected by! the l'l: :;ae.... utlln.. I 1 i i.r eliects to flay absent I dcfendan'upt.n, : }hj<, her or 1 their ma do.lion _:
"'"r- .
.execution nnd! 'i liP) toriih
U .:-hailhave! power: to take out another ( : ; act. uico: and answering! the bill;I ; 2nd it'th-
r l's I complainant
{ or compliiuauH
< f the debt i- made, the part may; take out exccu1llcrcl'yrt I'asscd Feb. 9, 183 2. sashr! ufiist: ; t-> jj.'vi-: or not be aide! to !procure such se-- title! an ,
lo
...,,, 'v.("r the--- resitlur.pvn. Arrr.ovr.D Tel h.1'), lf:32. I c'utty. the fleets -hJi; r'mr: under the direction of the Dolt <

Be ,It t further enacted hat jlMiau t ue cmupL-niii 1)r .L.. L./src.. 1 the !hands of a r"eler, "r t-tliorwise, }bro man. in (.,

cr.'.ulltil:}' n :all t'1'Cti11Ut1. \\ h111. tilt ntii.ii of the 3tarshal: or j jcffica ::,,0. fc'3kCl to pfiiCriiH: tilt' 111(11 Ie ol* SUiaulOill.T! J.MInl .lllil r-rhI: ,I: then I 1C {',:!.lilt'\ I U'iH I )-'_1l )f.III long a tim?, 0 0"4 'r1n11.,0 iI
!hcp I It theud \ Pciii Jan I .. -U'1 manuer to Ile court '*.. .?: .'to .,..n.t...I tn', .
'
return n- "" -
,, ": o l"01'('rh: t loiinJ, to coutiovert! : ilal1 at'Clll j'l.r.Sec. '
4t r
: f'1-
or
tt'mIFringm .-un'' 'it tn.'.e woul"the: |pJintlll'with! that I .J. IJo it futlir: rai''l: Tint if that {
Be it enacted by the Governor and Lo"islatiw : : nnv, ;pf'rolor\ n"ri. the nvne 1
;hilcth(' sari] '. :i''u was in t frcc, theic was property of the I : Council ofllu Ca.-, whosha.I( hi- unto( tl- Il'rI itt t
Territory of Florida., i'hat the 'shenll of r} at tilt :5iuo: air; decree: IS .!,If. ( lion
ill the' 1'1"-' il'k oflh2: ooi1IJ: pronounced
: f ; : within
said j: within this I crrltur slrill! within three sevencar- from the t rred in J
ol } ''IInlJth pass- 3t
fount Hili a.tt'r !
('x"rUiim, awl might have ton t hy) ; t, the passage il'1 such deerce, icturn\ : and: (
Zlubject of this: net, file with till eleik of the .. apjrar I openly' ; or in cast! of t his .. ;4o Conwhen -
aforesaid ill the clerksn : hi
rout
tendered county of '
wd IIm, lhc said t i i. ne lieinir as cour.lv or'hei death, if hi- or :her heir, i-iceutor
a
: i list of all the or ulmini-trstor shall 1
the
t men /
a m : .
countyuhjret to aI ..
of lw ftMlllt' term of : t, tl sen? on June*. takui within the -aid ;
IIliticc (bys
r 1(fJkr, and I lhe.T, from! the tax lit or hi.h otherwise seven yearbo .nd appi-r 1 opcj 1 lv within! ; off s Ito I; 'ho.ion ''
hal lorolliPronH,',, it Aall !,o: the duty :..udtrvtlio.ameloji.iy ; may come o III. knowledge; :rntlJr the piaimiii'or; liimilitheir : :
; )
1,1 : i
i-\lrb (Iars:
:\ and it -hall also bo j o\i-cutors or udlllini-
; .i
to : and if they t find. lor plain ,ith]: ;, thllalt.\ of the ju-tices[ oj 1 u*.. peace, in each I tratorsh.ill :-en c :-U--h : wasruination j
oi
court prison .
returninr and!
ail. officer the mid every coulItat their lint iwefm.! aft rich! ii.t .,hJli! nave personso ; ; .ippourtii I
to ; t
the ui- : ; w.lh
agati>
shrill enter jnd.uwllt i :! ,:;, ; a of [tie decree
cent: r copy within: a rca -onal.l.- aftei -
been returned, time
to the hit
examine ;
hs:1rlcd of thprcmeitv. \\'hidi! ttii.id have been found. C I so returned iy. ih' oheritU:}, and such r2t t in or anptaraneehall; : ,! know posture.c !
\ I : add to it sueh .c : to the pVntifl'orilainliif : in. and
; or
llilll.e n-ime-: it ; cash of ilum
tr.aud. 4. Illc it Im1!:-! enacted That all writs of fcnjac.as, tier'c may tJlfIuf [ ; ; and t:t'''reupI; Mich ife.'cniJaut:( or dcfoiulants: theirrepresentative North

1: frulI.., t the l l :Sii..jirrinr 1 rouits f tins;: Territory, shall and! may :subject,such ..: ll1 on; juries ha\e ;removed aNo lo fr..m stnke /iou it the nameol: -. UPIV, wul.i.i: twt-lvo! months attersulllcr! \ ice. or im, hlch0
persons l.\ !
1eexcrlt1'rilhil1] the extent ofthejuri..diction. ih-Kiid: court, lic cchmly, or died, or those defendants nltl'n'l.J t wili! a their '
become c'OP) or representativesmay : to
h.t\'e rectify
oftfcti t facial isael out 01! this disqualified; as liy aw provided.Sec. Within !
,
aad all writs
eJv: aevcij : thu
Jt
; ; I'I *2. bo it furlher enarted; h tt the! jiutices, of yearsUr r'e (ironounred, appear in : Ca tinb
Jniv courts; shall h( executed: within the aid c >initii-s rcpectrJr tho peaci' court and }pct.tto.i: ; t ta huve: the cause n.-heanl} ; and! their ; ill-fated
of each cou1lch.al lea.-t irpon
tt i
: ltnca t " cry year, when paing; down! or ij.viug: stcuritfor; the (,-iieh !

1elbvut filII atid'\dim; :: th'n.-on, the pi:.iutiff} or plainfslls: may :': asyemhltd; I : I for c-,ul! ,)' urj>oes, o\ainiie: thin) list of>>f juiors, andadd t the couit .-.h dJ!1 thi..k! reaaoiiahlc, they payment shall l IH :admitted: cost.as to : clllJimuon..f.-
: anwer 'jou.njvntclifitd
wcj.wtion.lnccied! to t i.c! fehrr.tr; (.f .mv county in which.Jkatina j i.: to, or take from the :same, the names; ol such: persons a:< may I I'I lio! bill! and :suu may; he joined, auJ witnesses: on t loth.ides :' ,
laimed di ;
I ije : or ' 1\ 1 ho, Property, fir the ik-lcudant: or "dcJt'lHlnt-, and u !' q -one as juror ; and tin.: Cxulluediid l uch other pioceedings decree null J

rmvbi'inadL-lliwoii.andiho: ; : }prllp art} sold as ill other j i'I tiCiitlUlI jai(} eoiiJity:< of itirojs court! ,Cj who ass.un.shall: I led,bo:shall householders! be the-jiitl(;es of the q11.ai-! h.1I.I. as may be ju.t: and right, in the cause ; but if the}execution : :,C'r- bewail tor .
and! thc ..iiljustices
: s: erai defendants fi* their .
CMof execution. ('; >u di l li.ive the nglil, and ; .. reprcsentti\***-, I1pm \' hlllll f he drel! ec .!.J ..... 'r!:!c Of -i
Sec. 5. lie it further enacted, 'J karthc I.mdntHl tenements llyy are ncrby required li, di "- ;shall: bo cO sorvoJ, sh.ill! not! +within twelve mo'iths, ), uiler such\ sr4: 4 C) 1 -tion ': I
card fitful th:4 I Iit all uhu
LflheJcfcn.lmt hull be l.-nn! !, thc jlldtnen; Il : they,. or u, m.ijurity o'/them, : deen and the other
or dofen.lanl:>. by j may vice: defendants: or their representatives, ur.on .. tho : f

a1 l the elaut!t, and after the rendition of faiil' ju: rmfiil, !'" sul -cjntsaK'N : disqualiiied': according; to lavwci \ whom io-tlch.erV&Ce& is utadchIll:: : not with: seven yearlini ,p"J : .tlO[}
Aubo! \ void ;n 1 i !. 3. Bo it fuilher enacted, That it shall be the duty ot the of the decree ;s ': : .
lI1ortr\l'sorin'umlllauc's! as Iralll-t tiurj
'!!. I r1ltijU'iro' : : ; \ ; I I pronounced! appear} a-id: petition to have lin'r,
'- lh"! d lark of the
f -ourt so nun the list '' t
county IS
t and all rendered at the same tciiu: ol : o''juro.s; is complel'ci the cause ichcard afoie.-niil v !
and
: 4x111 t, judgments; : as ; pay; or secure to be pait-! 1 tct,
(itic court -lull -ati-lied j'ro )'al((. ;\, \1 !a j, a reeatile! to th.' protUiuus tit'chi;; act, to I furnish:; the} I I such: curt; ; as th; court shah think re.i-o.r.iMe: ) all and e'cl"Je- .... \\h It ",j t

Srt r u. I T-e it f further!1 enucte.l", ']'1'in: I levyiuexecution: !' tick! h ill cnnualiy!! there- i ciee to Le made i in, puisuinco: of tin ? at t ajain-:: any dl' tautt: I !. ho ..

,iT'ofncf: >hihol.'oOVctiie; f-}tuftink court,-llr l tl) K-vy on ::j t afu-r, as soon as may be, after the- saul list 1 ILLS been xamiued : or defendants so failing; :-hiill stand : ib-olitev: "ouiinued! \ a' aiji-t .... )!111- r J
and corrected ill'lll--h(
the
.lu-od., ?.ud\ cintti!: 1-, exeepl't-!: :LH ; and if none arc to he: ,{! : s.iid clerk 01'the .superior eour; with him, her orihum ; and at th) :; en.I I of -ich( term, th'* court 'rk} ..
: r the and .: liie lands t hid tone- |: a li-t of th >se added to, or taken from the old out:. such friier! onicr for the nnymake .
) ciUbenupon save. fmaily rn qitieiiu;: pi Mitilt'or pluintifis: : i iii cer.
j :
j See. 4. Ice it (luither .-ted 'j Int ,..>. "; iJ
/
cia the clerks "
41fltc!
"tc! ::. : that where-ivrany lands! cr; tiueuientaio! 1i\ ild l on, I'(' : slIer- ally, such: I suitin their I pOs..iI'.-.--. III": and title to the! estate and effects ; ;1 c tan.I "

(ttcJcii! a.ljit mar Mirrender per:>oual property I m! lien th.-reof ty | ic.i courts in the several counties m tfiU Tunitory -hulliite the to seque-.ten.d, or lW: ,d!Kliable. : as h t.t.r! ; ddl!:: seem reuSec. .: \\tIt .'e'
names of the pt-rsons returned to th-iin as qitaiifu-o: ; h I I \, i .1
;i:?<.ffi.irmatake: \ the same i iii execution ; v.hcuany! oo.N j i >cl vc u.jjiuors .UII"'l'. t Irl'('

"addutlcl J : shall: ::1( ten: in execution, the officer! making the !j,: : \ttichiirll boiitten un >lij,s of }pav-ratnl pi.icedin) 1 put; I!!! 1. Bo it furii-r:! eiated:, : Tht t ;ii; aE': eafwhatever, .Hl'd j .

leu -aid! and! chattels for pul.lr' sale; :t IKX, ti'OIiIUllh, in the presence Clr the urir-hal: or -heiitlUal} ::; tKelt-1 slat!" Ior ."I i iii .
!:w. goods : !, I I -1,1. >e 'peu !:::,-.. ;:1 i ar; ; ,\ co'ijt t. CUIIL't'rgirl' !:s'; ,.
l.c drawn
::take place at the ( \1 1mailern 'iratiun/ of twenty lays fu'm the lime ol: I, folly-: eveil names ; and the I Iper- iIi) so uta\\ liall i j 1 any mailer t.r other tiling; wiile\er! ajam-t any absent! (I.t! -.ltl-\ 1 \ta1 ,

the Jl'\'Y ; the advertisement: : of the salehall} I t.1: posted I Irvrtiihc l hr sii:; im.jiied: by ih-j proper olfnrer acco dmj; to la\v. I;i u.I I"I d; 1 feii.Mil-:, l.e! '!u.l in.ir; onall Ili: .'t.j-iv ]rut pf i t.) them nf'

: outer door (If the court house of the comity win'ro the :+j jhy i Sec. 5. Be it i'wthcr, enacted: hat ithall be tin duty of [ made, tint siieh delen: lant or ilefen.lauts! t i or ;are nut; of tli.= '!1111 .

shi1,! huv<<: hoen l made, ami. al-o 11 Dale pubhe; Inn 111 said l |,II' th; Mtmm .niii ; ollu-er, on tilt receipt: of the wiii of! ce.in /r./; '.. i c rnt.-i-1 I.: i i.. i! JF.MI eistjMNJk I ; tt iii-: In r, oi their. ii.-na! plnri: ,,1'J! ofI

toaafy: -and \\h-n any\ levy' hall iic-nadu on any 1 hl< or ten.euts .'- j;, to proix-ed to :-umiiiun &jurors., wuhout distinction; to raud ]I'aboile/ tie, she or they .eotil.I not ,he ;iimml, iiiak-i; any similar or1 _.' ...:" : ':-I50

: ili'-v li-.li; he :Hl\'el 1 tSl'11:: as aforesaid t for the sp.u-o of ihir-i j I or petit, ;;11 the |per.OIh tiierein contained/ : aridhsili! u ik- hi r .- !1 -i I t lo -it:!, i I u'I'I'11. t tl I tl) 1 le Ildc: ill the! case of al-I lit ,,- -)vO 1

1.1 dl's: 'I. "on? any :sale of Kiid )lauds or tene.mcnt shall laio: I tuiii; thoicoii to the eleik U1'4JIl/ court, at Ica.si tell iluys bel"rc r debtorsatlapluiii: \ ; the same: to the: nature of the ('a; -c ; a copt of "i {\ .i

1la'::!MC : atd; w.:WI o i ativlavo. cr slaves are levied on, it slu.l hopotirr tboiitinti: of the couit t, to which the said jurors are SI InlildiICU.ice. ; which order.jiiall bt-jmbli-hc'd\ in like manner as i directed iii .- .J, 1a54-. ) .

]::11 : of the .defendant to. relamwn :;Ian; Clr :-1:1\'cs ill :, .- ." (.. Be" it further. enacted.. That the clerk ol each Sl11)euiur the case _t- alt-cllt dt'httr;, and thercllpon thr _'.?(',.,K...!:' !11\\ re- !" .- / io//' lr to.I 1

Li scr1r 1)') -es-i.inln. jri\ing bond with appiovedeeurnv. for j( v. olin sti ill \\ 11t-/11 adlllum: : oi a juror i->; (lratt II irom one ''I I Inlion to such: ai!):- ui.i >i--l-- 11'nt:: .,1.1!, lie: .n ail: reJi: : ;?, '' {t- ir.c s.ui'.o, ." / Ut'ggo
iai-i tho other
:it Mwisof .-;uhhlavcorlive I on tho (I tt t\.' ofale ; wl-.ich; hllxt put it ; and! su contmuo tioiii one teim tuulIJlill'r both holoro/ iiiul after the il kn'c. as arn above pie-ciil.ed; in fI'I, L I .

"I[:afchalhaie.iliecri-ctof! ; I ajn'L'ment) I and) i if 'u-i! -1.1\ e or. uutil 1 tin-, whole number/ i is drawn out of one b.ix, alter I lation l to absent iK-htors( so f..r ::< ,:in pr'cc'a!:: : ;;;.iii-t ut:>- "

; art- ii-.t relumed on the (!day; of I ralo! tll\r\ }:}.littl1': shalt.Ia which it :;,;a.1! .haul& m like manner be jjune.' over ; and so continue sotit debtors: shall bo applied' : to suh ;ab-ent "!eeuil'iiits.| }," q It at ,

:': \C( 41,,.cil.i'ul agaiisbt: : the crnnlnud, } -hait< }Is, 1'i.ufs and tcit ('- lobe drawn from one box, and pa.ed to the other, al- I Sl'C..1. le! it fuither oiiiietud, Tint tt' ..11'.l 1 !!! unln: : : ,7" :li1- VyV

r"t'Iliio: thOC:.en iatlt: and his sutcllc.:, and thSP.IO; may ho : teiuatuly. Cuu11 hul.t: to any 1 Justice oj t the Peace that his debtor is removing : ; .- ;ttl

1t:\idoii, a.d sold at ten Jar. notice, any luinj; to the contrary j;j i : t'c. 7. Be it further; enacted, That it .-hal1lw the duty of out of the county, or, (that! he believes that he is about ( )- .. ; ." 'r o- 0

,:a i 1 I the near-h:1)! us s.jui: ai: the court i is open, to call aloud at : of the ., .' I11 .
Gt!" act rutwilhstaniin th'l icmovo out same, or ;tbscond-.or conceals !himself. >" 'sci
'Ic'e
7. Uc- It further enacted, That whenever a trart; -JlllLcso !"' d..or of the couit, hoiu-e.. the whole of the jurors summoned to ,i thai! the ordinary proce.of 1 law cannot lie, scrn'tlon( him, .such ;. ,- Pll .

1.ul.1. a; l) !,! in execution, ithal! ho the duty o1 the! liter( tend ; and tin name-, of all tii.it: : are ptcent :h.ill l he taken uovvu JustiCeshall grall1 an attachment i.lgilill the estate ,such: deb)4 : 9 rt th! :,

hvihu !clerk of tin couit! all :iij.s, of paper. of.'t q-iul) "-i'/", an! put tors much thereof flnll l ho the debt "Iolth
tVPOit.J: ; t.) g.j| the amc, to a-s.-crfam: the amouiit of tic! jud 3 : or so a< sulli. Wilt toatisfy : ": > 1

i.lt'i.t ant vo.-t.. under which! tilt :;:lI&1(: I i-- to ho suM: aiJ: t'> g.vcI itito a bat or box, air'' the twenty three irst irv.n sial: coiiijMsethe I I :t...! coals of Mieh pi untitf.: : which, .attachneilthill! ; : ho returnaulo} _.::.111t- 1.

U'tr! :raud jury, and the balance: : maimn;; u'u.lrawu: sliail: io the to the h the and directed : :
11011: ('(' tlx''roof tl) the bystander! \\ whercupunit! any pet ;, ,11 noxtco-iri: 'mug jmisiiictioii I I same: tu- ';
o4r) : tll p.IY the amount of .such judgment; and cost* anil! re,-(-ive petit JIB that if lucre: -houid: f bc a failuic: ( to ummou jurors, to, and served; by the mar.halheriU'or) o her tHicer, unless: incase ." a

tlli! autu.ltr of acres than the w !hJI(' tract of laud I levied on, it i! the} l'UUIlIIIIj': direct :t venireJ'atias to JN-.IIC. .. returnable imiuediatel. : : where the shcriffis paily t iuterc-ted, and then the s-auio- lIIiIIii Inn

} tllt! Lmfnl fur the sills ofliccr tu cry the }propo-al: ,o mudu < .. .nul shall: direct the summoning of lot tysevenjuror'. who shall ho directed! lo, anti suiveifby: a coroner or countable ; anti 1ILthl: '
!! hnl! t h\, chosLii as aforesaid: the first teJlt.thrccc1cckd 10i hall he lawful tor such hill ted
t -h.-rilfor and
rtafuresa(1! and if oth r p'ron propose t.> iak j a cull! ics it : urar: Hirer, to serve )

t nlEr of ams, the.my=Aaid offir( shall ;n like unnner r en- the i i act as grand jurors, i mi the remainder/ as petit jurors. :levy thc same upon the lands uul: tenements, slucs, j;:>()<{l.s. ami 'i i''hD

(d'Jf prllpaJ1} ): : 1)l tilt} stvl othr !pi-r.sou, and so..n unhl own'tof !, :cc. f. iC.t fuither enacted, i hat: nothing herein cout..ia' -' chatties ol the party abscoud.-ng; whcreever the samo: &uill! le tii' .

i i':?t SMtl! land a< it lIIarhe uecesv: to !S.,Ii. :-il'iil: ) 1 n 4V'f ct lleeut { .i 'd shall be so cou.-trut-d as to }picvcut the >umuioninii ot t found, or in the hands: of any person indebted: to, or having: : any .- '. tun. :: :

+ il ; talMUCH tosuiiiilv. any deliriency m ihe. petit Jury a* heretoforeproudcd. dreet of the : and to such PirnisneO t of}
..Jioi ,11: ; party ahscolldillg surnnio'i
andauy purcha-erof land under this >e< ; lilt on j : :__ I r- _d.1'
i rvttctttf!I the pri, his: nioui-y, as is (licrcina.ter directed, and or jrarmslices: to appear at tile next court, ha\'ing jut aiction of t t 01 'F

jkOtiivcry:i;: of she deed )t f t', inarch il' or s-h'-nlf for lh({ .rdiiie, j I See. J D. Be it further enacted, that \\heuc\cr a grand jury the same: there to answer upon oath, what he ui she i is: indebted >the

Willed' to proceed to the! partition p th'! -Il'ltf m th sin.-o in n- i"''h.l:1H: / .-.'Orrl and sh III enter upon the discharge of their: duties, to uch pait and! what efbcts of such: party, ho or she hath in rd., ItJ

**! :as though the aid putcha.-eraud! h .he s.-.ij d leud-in. ni cxeCation ', it suull not ue lawful for .IIlY other persons( than! thojLliiftt J worn, his or hr h.utdS,1)r l hud at the time of serving such attachment, 1c. t i
to .1 part: of said grand jury tluriiij] the of the returned ;
compo session executed the
wcrojoint in { which icing court may thereupon com-' J1pel l.
: ttMiUtits.teivints; eommon, -"lMlccnt'rf(
Sc: court bur which they may have been :-elected. such garnishee, or garuishees, to and as afore- lie
8. said answer
appear
,
Den i'li.it ; oi
s i further oua.-ied t !, tio pariiti..u' it-Iunler s -
I hindsGa ,"tC.; 10. Be enacted, That all acts or partof act, ., :
J1l.
lll he ZlJHLu : thc nil li- lty .... .
so t sf i of:: to tw.s.lirll'urdu/cr 1
L r rf; acres bm 4 .' to the incoii>i-teut: wMh the true intent HualuwaUIIJl'r.> ot thu act, be and Sec. f. lio it further eir.icted: That every ju-tice of tho .-, 4)f"
bud regard
by aa..J !f.i in si haviaj; ,
.. r: the tfasw; arc heiel ic-pealcd : Provided h\l\\'cH'r that until the < !"
6 y before I such 1 bond I and
attachments shall
take
ncr;I.I),qualify of saiJ tad of 1 hwf.! I peace, ,granting ;' /in?
:
i i.t of jurors by this act required to be furnished to the cleiks of If the'party for th double the e '
"Ct. 9. licit ihat i on tftasale 1 1If security ( whom J same: is Bitted, in !
further cnM-d: I j'' no }person Jj
tlKevent! courtthe; juror hail continue to bo summoned; in be attached ; ) the defendant for and
( 1 I. nuniocr sum tu : payaole to satisfying \]Tpayin"
take .
ol proppse n manner_ aoresad! to a s..cr ... "
i the huretou.ro law.
murmur provided by 't
all which shall be awarded defendant r1t
the said :
costs to :
of'c than \\holeiract levied on, .,u.i i t'> hid the ulhumti I :/; ,
i l'u eJ i' eb J, 132. the the attachment therein mention "' "r.;
plaintiff suciug out .
U'hj'uJt g nlcnt and cuts. for ttt" tfisi,', iho a11 hart :-hallfllh : m case ,; ;
i kt i to aalc:: and thitr with It. ipuurienanccs, -true K, Arrnovco Feb. 12, 1832. i d, !shall he cast, in bis suit, and also: damages that shall bo ort ,
tog I .rod ag-iinst tlw said plaiutifl"; for f sueiug out such attach. .0
} fJr l ; mcovi .
hibnhlest !bidder, ana should the; l laud :I..IJ' a litrgrrt .
I j.nent j-
I t aud 1 which bond shall be by the said justice returned to the .
,
so ,
-cutatn.3
cution '
8uJf1C1C to tttUly: 1 the's,': ).r t Xt :} I
its,* the overpius: tbil! ll! be delivered: i,) tuc shcrilT{ ; or oilier, CS= otirt to which the attachment is returnable ; and the party en. H-. '
tclco Mled to such costs or dumagejj.niay thereupon bring suit and k s
.. officer of the court, to the defendant' t>r cicfeiidaats in ex t '
.' I No. 87. An ,.AC'concerning. Attachments. :cover ; and every such attachment issue without such bond '

, ,. ,lA_ Be furtlier- enacted Tha wh.-never a sale t'baU I II .1' I .: .,I'J**.**y ikon, or, where no'bond shall be returned, i is hereby declared ilOM .1-

' bt r,, ?*of any lauds, tencmei-ts 'l b '.Cj iu. urt.wot,an .'xocuovercharged Be it t.J 1cted.by the Governor and Legislative Council of therritorypV and void, and shall i>o dismissed i '. 't
.
} hod I 'r"rlJre' Mu. tb,.: shlri11'1)r: usher nun, the '\. '. 7'l ridn, 11 hut If ay suit which hath been, or sbaf Sec. 7. Ho it further enacted.: Tint all attaih.neufc: sha' ".i ,".J\11--;.

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r .t \ Lo rcp'icviabitt I by (le!.'u(,ant i i.'ing lwnrl with good seciafiy, to of Flotilla, That an election* be held ffTcrritoij 'on the second *aid Bank may deem necessary, at whicfi* place, aH .

\ the marthal}, sheriff, or other officer Fe.\'tug; the same, payable! to Monday of July next, for the permanent scat oi jnstice' of Jack due to the Bank shall be payable and renewable ; I1Ud at!es

It.: ihe plaintiff! plainiin"s : which bond the marshal, sheriff or oth- son county ; and it is hereby made the duty of the clerk of the and notes heretofore issued by the said Bank of West all. .

; -t-,,>!' 'tom er officer t IS hereby empowered and required to take, to appear at .' county court for said county, to advertise an election for the same, shall after such removal be payable: and demandable at

1 the court to v.hich such attachment shall be returnable, and to' in the manner provided by the act directing the election of mem- at Appalachicola, or at the place in Jackson county "h r.bd

I, I abide by, and perform the order and judgment of such court. o bers to the Legislative Council. aoenCV may be established._ ere It

f. Sec. S. Be it further enacted, That it shall he lawful l for Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, Tlfat the place selected by a e paSsed 'cb. 11, 1832.

buy creditor, where his debt docs not exceed fifty dollars: to go majority of the voters shall be, and is hereby declared the permanent APPROVED, Feb. 12

f o,.:4 tji before any justice of th, peace of the county where the debtor seat of justice of said county ; and the courts shall be 153: ,.

." \1' resides, and make oath how much i is justly due to him, and that held there ; and the clerks of the county and superior courts

1 If ,: <: he hath grounds to suspect, and verily believes, that such debtor I shall (keep their offices there.

-,,, intends} to remove his etieets beyond the limits of the county, I Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That nil laws inconsistent No. 93. An ACT to repeal an act to authorise. Clement to
./Jf. -' nnd such shall issue an attachment the a Ferry over the Suwannee river.
thereupon, juslica : against j herewith, be and the same are hereby repealed.

f. :- estate of such debtor, returnable to the next court having jurisdiction 1 Passed Feb. 9, 1832. .
,. ." all within Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative
oj .. : of the same, directed to constables the Territory f ArrnovED Feb. 11, 1832. Council Otv.
U' ; and by \irtue thereof, it shall be lawful as well for the Territory of Florida, That an act entitled an act to >tnt t

k l I' constables of the County, where such attachment shr.ll be obtained \ Clements to establish a :'erry aver the Suwannee riv,

\ .. constables of other to proved January twen y-fifth eighteen hundred and tit err I'
t .. !; as for the counties., pnrstic, and u--7 wu1 nT.t 4
( sri/c such effects- and to make: return of such attachment to and the same is hereby repealed.

t the court where t thft! same shall be returnable nnJ thereupon such I Passed Feb. 12, 1832.

I tc proceedings 1 shall be had as in other cases of attachment. !j Sc. =3. An Act% to amend an act, tn rare a revenue for the Territory of j APPROVED Feb. 12,1832.

: Sec. 9. Be it further enacted, That: in all: cases of attach-I'. Florida.

'j.l c j 2iieit, the defendant shall bo admitted: to make defence, and any i IIi |, lie it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of the

itRi Ii f w other person claiming the property attached: m iy ;) ":-pead.! Territory of Florida, That a Territorial tax of ten dollars, is ----

J i: 1'- Sec. 10. Be it further enacted That if any: such attach. ;!t, hereby imposed, from and after the passage; of this act upon

1 r r ... tncnt shall: be returned executed and the :goods or effects attached } t \'f'n'b'e, over the age of fourteen years, and under the ageof ,: Xo. 94. An ACT tn prevent the future migration f Free N"i

i\.... .. shall not he repleived or defence shall not be made a* I fifty years hired out in !this 'l'erritoy'hme: owner or owners i i Mulattoes to this Territory, and for other purpose$*?. eiQ

.c'= r : this act directs, the plaintiff ll he entitled: to a judgment by default :' do not permanently reside in the Territory, to be assessed I{t ti
enacted the Governor and
Be
i it
; a j'.. ;"' ," and all and effects attached and not icplicxed :, and eollncted! of the persons owning said slave, or of the per- by Legislative Council I of(A.
: goods as
.V- ? : j
t ; I : Territory of Florida, That hereafter it shall not be
"I' aforesaid, shall be hlalld disposed of t for, and towards:; satiric- sous\ hiring, or having the care of such slave or slaves in the ::,, lawfufk

;t t tion of the and where attachment hall !I| same manner as other taxes are collected.Sec. any free negro or mulatto to migrate, or be brought: into this T.
plaintitVs judgment-
any
., f I i 2. Be it further enacted, That all taxes assessed ritory from any State 01 Territory, within the United State
: .j' .,' be returned served in the hands of any garnishee, it shall be lawful elsewhere. ,-
,. t +i virtue of the preceding section shall constitute and be a lien
,
t
in the f fi
examination
t t = .i upon: his or her appearance and m inner Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, Tbnl If free
\
; any
i: on all the of the or owners of slave hired ne2lD
I i property owner any
and award
t this before directed! to execution
by act enter judgment -
up mulatto shall be into this
brought Territory,
.. contrary to the
I I w'ithirthe limits of this Territory, and said tax be collected,
'1. : ag'iin eycrjl1ch garnishee, or jrarnishees, for all!1 sum-\ may visions of this act, it shall and may be lawful for" '
; of due from him her or them, to the absconding! !!j if not o\herx\i: paid out of:said property.Sec. any
t t. monex I person and it shall he the duty of the several marshals, sheriffs aDd
:3. Be it further enacted That whenever
any person ,,
J" ': his her their custody or possession for the use of Mich
or in : or : stables in this arrest such free
to
'; Territory, any
shall bring into and sell slave slaves in this Territory, the negro oflnuli
x: 'L : any or :
value sufficient
; thereof lull be of
to
'h satiiy
or so mu: : > -
1- j j-r'ison I i to, and take him or her before some justice of the peace,
A .SL t th-j 1 debt and I co-Is: of thcplaintill'; and all goods I and I efiecNv.h Terntore ;; rna
'a. Ji : .... '<'... I I'r | : or intendant of any city, or incorporated city or town, to bedS
itsocver in the hands of garni-hee! or garnishccs belonj.irgt ; upon every
t I ::; a.y > : with hereinafter and it shall bo the
as provided
; duty
!I II j t ter the I):ussagl; of this act ; the same to be collected by the. ofar
'fib' hail be liable: such
L- : t', such! absconding: person, to sntis-fy o of the intendant
oil: sheriff of the cumty in which such slave or slaves shall he sold ; I judge, justice peace, mayor or as aforesaid (J
t 'z judgment. j jS ; information being lodged with him that any free
+
and the slave or slaves o sold shall always be liable to excclli negro nr
:
r.f : e v. I 11. 1 Ue: it further enacted, That whenever any credit-i j: latto is within the limits of this Territory "
i lion for said tax, if the i is: not the selling contrary to pro.I .
paid
: :same by person
that his debtor williiX'inoVe
shall! have .sufiif
'ient 1 V
t 't'0; grounds > Mi-peel visions of this issue his directed
i warrant
act, to to the
j siih slave. Ths law to extend to slaves now in this Territory I
} with hisetVects out of thi; Tcnitol'hrlore his! debtwi! !! ,
..; i' to > i iJeuts and which hereafter be sold i in :sheriff constable, or such other person as he may choost3lo da
Itt j belonging nr ;a-re> may
such d'btorball l have remoxcd
ro wherever : so ,
I'ayallt' or
It I the said free mulatto
U .. Ten iton.i signate, to arrest negro or and brin K .
this :
: ',o: ,;,'i. .vixin;; til'.vts: it :"Ihall'C\ lawful fr such creditor to :go before !| 1:1: her them t forthwith before him.
i or ,
;
; Belt i
j I :S;("*. 4. further (enacted That in addition to thc penalties -
t-'f': :i., tiy: jmvjj-fr.ito;. : ci tit I I eounty ,)r ::-poration, where I I his (S-Jntur I I Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That if the jndge.justice
of the
;' : ;r.l t' ro.-i l k',<, or ia ea.-e: such debtor( In* rcmoxvd I, wnvro ho I last! n titled : I j imposed npin free nejiioes and mulattoes, by an act I j! the intendant aforesaid before
of five peare, mayor or as whom
[ i
session if the ler'i i-lativt Couecil' aterritorial tax
;
: i present
lIoi", : : or here hs: etieets: may be 'oujid i:: and make! o.ilh to till' J free mulatto aforesaid shall be '
I
.I or as brought, shall
t ". Li. .I.t! and little when it will be i i doll! firs be & Ui, same i is hereby imposed upon all free negroes, negro Df
; tnJIA amount of l ; >t, the payable. !IfOIl" f the examination of the said free mulatto
!I IC' I i i muKittoe< and 1 p'i'=on.s of color, in this Territory, over the age : negro or or other
cin.l digit! i iso: : has j j'-t c.vjMt to 'lhP'l.'t. and veniy! IH.i! ('n tint: !' : said
be of free
that the
. opinion or mulatto h.
\ j I he collected the collector in the iriony negro lscaq
of fiiU-en xeais, o tax several -
If .jjch doornll: tcniMve hiiii+'lt with: hi' left; out of thi-< Territory I oJI ,'
&.. counties ihis after the arrival of. or been brought into this Territory, after the passage oftbitin 1i
o ; Territory, immediately
-1-1 before thj .iid debt wilib"c.{ l ;iie. payable, or hath .i ctnd-I: I
I i to order him or her to be lodged in jail, there to ren.ain untiil
all
.xithin the and that the such
nin"'"' i Iy ...., rc'n: n'J ; and al!:-o that 'ic Jt.1J u-:> ktla\\'l.d( x'?, wh.1 t tlieiuo I p any :uch person Territory tax on leased for the of
being transported, or conducted
/
purpose
( : 6 uno! debt I I \\ -ontieted: : I, of I t I.intention of urli ,!"-!"tor M t to !I:1 -orsois: us come within the purview of this actho are now re- the limits of the

:". .- r?:n-ixe. anI:I 1 t.'I'r:'..lp'lt1 s;u-h! i 1.1 t'.,i-trate tailing!: : bond: jisd-ecun'.y! ; I: j;:I MiitMit! in the Tcr'itorv- shall: be collected as other taxes are, and:;f i 1"yond Sec. 4. Be it further same.enacted, That if any captain, opt;

::1 _- t'f,' f.:1 sr-i: cr\'di1.jr. a> in I L1.!: ;,('a' of :1!taihnl'ilt.: -h.il: J-S-UL- !| .it theai*? time. i t of boat shall suffer
t 'I Treas- or consignee; any vessel, or any free w nor
Sec. 5. Be it fin ther enacted, Tint the Territorial
_' :.::1 ;Itt. (:hmoijf:: n.ant: th)" !jjoosU! ; ;and chattel: If tie! Jetljr! ro1lrnaiilf II j' mulatto to be into this in
Ai, brought Territory veselorb |
; '!rer h P, and he is hereby authon.se.l and required to administer : any
xxhu !h
j \ t. I th: :, :1\: court, havi.g COllip 'tf.'IH JUII.dldlon, .
M
m commanded him
owned
y or or to such captaaj
I' bv, consigned ,
I.m collector other officer \
oath each
to on every tax or charged
,; :alta.-hni: Hi ,%' h.' :rerxed r on anv: goodaii'l; chattels of si'htlcu'nr
owner or consignee shall be held responsible by bond, with*
-, I f with the collecting!: or plying over any money into the Treasury j
.
ee-i' such debtorhall! ;
j ; o r any -i-irni. !h*'*. or j,-; : -! not sccdRties
and
in the
sufficient of
or more good sum two hundrri
a whenever such officer shall tender and offer to I
of this
:; Te/rtory: ,
: on or injure. (tin1; return!\ o. :such: attachment, enter into bond with
i fur : dollars for"ery negro or mulatto so hrought in by him, wild
the
into t.'iu' Treasury: that he, said officer has not
-
said debt it pay money
s'.jflii'nf ecurU-: I fur the of tho when
> ; pavno.t:
J bond shall be taken of
either dircctl in claims I by the judge, justice thn peace, mayor
dealt in or s-pecjilated, or indirectly, : or
-
r ... 'li,J' ;'!n1! i.froc flit! :, the: court 01luc!I proof of the justice thereof, intendant aforesaid the
: as issuing warrant for his orheranp
the and that he does tender
't d I 1. accounts again Territory ; pay, or
: '> nnd tif ir.t'Mitiut: !} clf th:' debt T to remove, or of: his actuallyIvivln & I '
; J hension, made payable to the Governor for the time being,
'U. ., I :to such funds only as he received fur taxes, from the per
pay
;: rC':1'"I: : out if tli.s Terntory. shall grar.t, : judgment a:
10',7.8. his ,
I successors in office, conditioned that he will all cosfc;
t who the and further, that he makes claim tir pay
-ons paid same ; no
.i in executionhall be staid (
oilier
Hi 1 0.3-cs:; attachment: ; but againstany
.zltt'; :, asrii'sb.0': ....no shall late that he is indebted, or will at a interact t, except for .such amount as he shall have allowed to the together with the expense of keeping in jail any such free net
111 ,. .. taxes for interest, which said oath shall be or mulatto, and that he will transport him or her beyond the fr!
I : 1 payin reduced I
., ; I., l'utivd; iv .JC' )indebted; I t;) the deleiid.lnt I until the claim: of theplaiutilF f persons of this within such time shall be
:b. : : end the said Treasurer shall in receiveanv ts Territory, as prescribed
to writing! ; no case
,\() ; i. ; : : ; or >'j<-h gariihcos: l debt to the defendant, shall become( he officer the
from officer who shall refuse take and suhscribe issuing same.
(!u- : iuij: iii gIldi condemned(+ !! shall be sold upon n credit, until money any to -
T"I
Sec. Be
5. it further enacted That if
or :-|
oith but said Treasurer shall issue any person pe
.'AI"r \ I tbe &anl( proceed to
i ter' th! tin. the -.11.1le! (:on.e paxr.'ole I the I
t :: ; WJr'I!) pamtiO'claim ; shall refuse into bond the
A such officer and his securities who sons to enter as required by preceling
rain t
execution a' are hereby
i:2,2$. urr.--bl, :h"itr! or other offierLising: such good*, :-hal I rah I|: nude liable iir :.by rcki-al of such officer to take the oath in the: section of this act, it shall be the duty of the officer reqti
*\ bom: or !i<)md:*, with! uood 'c'urrty !from the purchaser or pur- the to commit and such
: lug same, or
any every person personso
is law the Treasurerto :
I t ainc manner as prescribed by authorising
CI.ITatvl! : : ] ai:1 i ; tlr t-amo to thoiiitilito] ] : the amount t of big until he shall into bond aforesaii
k C\AA. I rlion collectors. refusing, or they enter as
: is.siie e:xet against: tax
;
debt, ir.k-re.-J: .1-: :Ot U ; and xxhiJ.i the property sold; t-ltjll: 1SU2.: Sec. 6. Be it fur they enacted, That whenever it shall appor

A.A\ ;1'.t; I f.1 ,more ti-ti l : thi d,-bt, inlero't and corthe :shall take a-I Parsed f'c.ti.10,1 the examination of free mulatto arrested unir
APPROVED Feb. 12 1832. on any negro or ,
"'b";::,}i. i 110:1.1th: :: !;'>O.1 1 ss-curlu: ; i lor; tlic: s'rr'hls,1'hls a.d J-s.-in:;i; the same to \ i i the provisions of this act, that he or she have migrated intofc

; 1 1!I:' t!.ilV-nda.st!. : : Piovided al\va\s, that: not more of the goods at-
..\r' ,. Territory, of his, her, or their own accord, contrary to the provisions
.. i tt.9 '" < I'-lied slnll:l ';c >Qd; !, t tluti:l : sh116,1 l1 'rl'.sat to :sr< ti-iy the debt, { of this act it snail be the duty of the officer orderingIfe:

tt .1t. jif : .".t .in i ( (, .t..., oept in {'aI o.; lilac th' (property011! / eani :; ; ., -- arrest, to command the marshal, or other officer arrest'ng3ll!

; : \ ,, .t t \il:' v.IcJ!! : : !, :;ij.l. ) iu such hate: ; the marshal, fcherili'or other 01: such free negro or mulatto, forthwith to conduct him or her *-]

: r. An w,. l- 4::
li ?\'l t ti"! ;pliihtiii!; '-- deniau.l! : !, whifhfoimni--ion} : : shall 1.c included, in lh"bo iI t. Sec. 7. Be it
further enacted That if free or mfr\
Xn. E'. An ACT to :\: .Ctl an r.n to iiirorp. ratc Bulk in the Townof any negro
I ;cry\ .: I ')r !b.>ii'i: !'!.n'::-l t I-) sh: plaiutiu'; Pr:>vidrd l al -o, that I MB. '11111.1.; i latto shall return within the limits or this Territory, after ham>

l** ) JillIH: "1t :l'.1m' Mitshall: ; : !ills pcxiablj! : ) i.i: the same: 111<: been conducted ordered leave the '
MI i transported, or to limitsoij
t,, iuTl tJi-i= all 1 olh'M! iiftt: =-hjifiitare.\ by law replcxi< :ible.So. :11111'I I :' it maeted by the Governor: and Legislative Council of the j i i the same, it shall he lawful, and it is hereby made the duty of *.

-- J Tlr .'. J 1J. I Be; :it i.t rthc-r: I OHUI: ted], That whenever I t the 1 1 plainliilin ;l 1"I Territory Florida, Tint the word :larch" be :substituted: fur : judge,justice of the peace, mayor or intendant as aforesaid' .

I $P allY atiac'iini-nt; : shall: : ilK'ge! tint JMIV garnishee, summoned j 1 the word '" .Janulrv": in the second section of said act, and that j satisfactory proof having been produced before him, thatsaifi
.' \ : '" '01t'i: :miflinieiii: b.ill not dfcoxerou th' true amount of theo
; ) theEfr
the xvoids over an-1! above the sum tiled actually deposited in 1 free negro or mulatto has returned a second time within

1 fin lv'.t: -, d.H 1 from ii:ui t t., the defend ul1, or what goods; and cl.at- tthe }Bank for sat: I keeping," be stricken out in rule sixth. I| its of this Territory to order said free negro rr mulatto: k

lInn. "'U I ji.-l 1.1: ; gr to tin di-f'n.!l-mt are in lit-* i possesxion, the courslnll I '
See. 2. Be it further enacted, That the fourteenth sectionof !i sold at public sale by the officer arresting mother, after ginoSI

:1 ellrt't.-t, without tho formality of pleading, a jury to be em- said art !be amended to read as follows-That the stockholder I ten days notice thereof at two or more public places in tbfccoua

"NSni'd9 piu irlLd: im.nfdiatcly, (unless g-iod cause be >hewn by either .; he respectively'{ bound in proportion to the amount of shares i! tv where he or she may have been arrested, to the highest biddtf-
-I ,ickV" \1' i' : p irty held bv each for the ultimate: redemption of the bills or notes : for the term of five years, and the monies arising from any

d! f fr l ('li) stl:\\I'h '2.in.i-h. ';e to the defendant: and) wlnt goods and chat-. i issued bv said haul! j sale or sales, shall be paid into the county treasury of the ecus?

fi ',,"19 1,,l d1 ,, 3L "4' '. tel I.; 1 belmip: 'is tth 1 ii"feadat[1 are in his po-session. If 1 toe Passed:;' Feb. 11 18:32.: !1 where the said free negro or mulatto may be arrested.
i
t "*t i' fiacjin!! of Ihe Jury >1 hall{ l hc against such garni.-hee, the court Sec. Be
I\"i' ;: : APPROVED Feb. 12, 1832. J 8. it further enaced, Tho-.t the person or person:
\ .''',.1' OCr sin''!! r':ant J.\1 n 1r.nt( ii: the sains manner\ : as if the :'art.s found I I purchasing any free negro or mulatto under the provisions oflw

J\ .:} 1 blr.jiiry; : 111'1!l .I h:(';-u' confessed I by him on his examination, :and I IT' I I act, shall enter into bond in a sum sufficient to cover theel

t, if tli : j-irv: flnJ: I.:a hi: favr,11... shall recover his: costs against:: I I of such free or ml1la itt
I IteJlIlj I pease transporting or conveying negro
Jtf
:. .;.J'- .:;: .' the 1 jl..in'iir.Soc. : I I beyond the limits of this Territory, after the expiration O(1 b
AarAr "" ; 1 ,t 1 ij.: B it finlhrtr! enacted, That whenever the goods j jnnd J I I :<0. SO. An ACT for the speedy setllcnv.-nt of the Tallahassee.Fund. time for which he or she is sold ; which bond shall be taken*

.,"AdL"l, .; ..ttwa: cbailth taken h}' virtue of any attachment, shall bo chimedby I I Be it enacted by the Governor trod Legislative Council of the like manner as is provided in the fourth section of this act. .

,1n rn'; l' ,!fJ!; a'.iv person, other than such debtor, t the I court shall I : I immediately I Territory of Florida, That it shill be the duty of the Commissioner Sec. 9. Be it l further enacted That the officer conduct

( d I (unless! good cause;; he shown I by I either:, part for a continuance I. ,
'
.\n free mulatto the limi's of this Territory
\ of Tallahassee, on the f first: day of March next, to placein any negro or beyond
=.1l, ,) direct a jury to be empannelled to enquire into the right I the hands of the District .\Uot npy fur the Middle District of I provided in the sixth section of this act, shall be entitled M
1,11 of {propertv ; and in all cases here the jury shall find for claimant ceive for his services the of dollars With*
I Florida, all bonds and notes in his bands, upon which sum ten together
any
I moneymay
I C:1 I his cosand where the II
_. such laimant shall be entitled to !
otherot
"" ., same fees for is allowed to marshals and
be due for the sale of lots in the! city of Tallahassee mileage as ,
jury find for the plaintiff attachment, such plamtiii'shall recover : : the tf
E whereupon it shall be the duty ot the (\.ttorneyatoresaid, cers, t for serving process ; which sums shall be paid on
i his costs aiirjiirst! such claimant. titicate of the officer the'arrest that the sertiices6tbeen
,
... to enter suit upon the same at the next Tarm of the Superior ordering
Sec. 15o it further enacted: That whenever marsh I
11.
any
... '. : I Court. performed, out of the county treasury. ,;
s. 'il, sheriff other officer, shall serve an attachment on slaves, 10. Be it further enacted That"it shall not be M5
1 .\ Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, ThaJ tho sum of three rSec. ,
., hor.-'csor live stock and the same shall not he immediately -
.t .\ other for free or mulattoes residents in this Territor/i
hundred dollars i is hereby allowed to the District Attorney aforesaid any negroes ,
#:t..1. rc levied, or restored to the debtor, it shall and may he lawful the of this act to assemble at time or place for
;: r for the services he may perform for the Territory in the prosecution pa sage any
1,.1)!:!II1"t for(! such offtcer.s: and they an hereby required, to provide sutlicie of the bonds! of Willis and Thornton, and their secu- purpose ot preaching or exhorting, or for any other purpose Mb*.
f. .. : i .t sii-tcnancc: for the support of su h slaves or live stock, be the labour shall be lawful**
.: "qfj f lities. when the said suit shall have been terminated in favor of less it for purposes of ; and it
.: i r until such hlavcs or live stock shall be sold, or otherwise legally house
; ; rlatifan the Territory.Passed it is hereby made the dui} of the patrols to enter any J
', r discharged from such: attat hment, and their compensation for the place, where free or mulattoes be lSScrn
, : : d! Feb. 11, 1832. any negroes may
J tdriG" same shall be a>cutaiucd, regulated and paid in like manner! as APPROVED, Feb. 12, 1832. contrary to the provisions of this section of this act, and

11 flat iu cases of slaves and live stock, taken in execution. perse the same ; and it shall also be lawful for the said Peon

:il.l i-". Sec. 15.: Uc it further enacted, That upon proof being made the refusal of any free negro or mulatto to disperse, a
.t:J"4 r f. before that I debtor is actually remo..mg or absconding 1 and rn**
.,r.tbl ._ a magistrate; a ordered to do so, to inflict on all such free negroes
C aforesaid Sunday, it shall be lawful to i issue and coxvskin, cot
on
t.avi L as toes, so refu ing, any number of stripes with a
: 1 k attachment against such debtor, as is directed by the herein conlaP*
serve an Provided that nothing
thirty-nine
; ceeding : ,
t ; Xo. !01.) :An ACT to amend the several acts incorporating the Bank: of
act, on any other day. Nest Florida. shall be so construed as to prevent any free negro or wuj
! 1/:
I. .'1. Soc. 1-6. Be it further enacted, That all and every act within from attending divine worship at any cdurch, chapel, or B

:. t I l0r the purview of this act shall bo, and the same arc hereby repealed Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of the place of congregrated white persons, for that purpose.

.'f; ,,' 1 ; Provided, that all rights vested before the commencement Territory of Florida, That whenevei a majority of the stock- Sec 11. And be it further enacted That all laws 6rpax

fialt. : of this act, shall be and remain as if the act had never pas holders of the Bank of West Florida, shall by vote determineto laws, heretofore passed, to prohibit themigratioaoffreeDe?,
with
j; .' sed. do so, they shall have authority to remove said Bank to the or mulattoes into this Territory, which are inconsistent

Passed Feb. 10,1832. town of Appalachicola.Sec. provisions of this act, be and the same are hereby repeaie! .

: APPROVED Feb. 12, 1832. 2. Be .it further enacted, That whenever such removal this act shall be in force from and after its passage. ::-
N o. 83. An ACT to provide for the election of a County Boat in Jack. shall take Passed Feb. 7 183_.
4 place, said Bank shall be authorised to establish an ,

; \\11 ...Be it enacted.. by the Governor son county.and Legislative ;Council of the agency. at Marianna' or such other: place in Jackson county is APPBOVEB Feb. 10, l62'I

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