The Floridian
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079927/00057
 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 9, 1833
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00057
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

Full Text
-- ---

---- -
_J1TE14L r

, FUULISIUp pr : EVER\a4haI'iCe.f SATURDAY, -Five 1 D MoaT Ln l.iN, n.ING' iijnths AT THE FLO 1C I IMA .rI1 i-- ::: -L

'our. lhlllrs 111 Ub..il: tinued unless att he option of I' J

| yo paper
EJi\\' lJt' rc lrr (t\r.CI are paid.wil "LAISSEZ sous FAIRE." =
C sorted at
conspicuously in se-
: l be
-- -
Aliverutlllcnts for the first in i >crtion, and I _l =
11\\..t..\t'1 nt'rlare wntinuar .ce. All adrL1St1t I "a fl m ItAU1 UQOOQ V' tr"'Q..u'I

each b'f'quent\
; ilr
cnls ,

. Y l1t 111 be Cu.tU1ued until forbid, unless other I I LA V\ .NOTICE.-The undersign has opened andice I T A FAYETTE'S TOW
George H. Lewis M. D. SUIP.-The subscriJLJlter -
I in the city of Tallahassee, and will practice
I having been appointed the of General
drJfrcd.The n: in the Courts of the Counties agent
laily of
sc and communi -aliens to the I I' Gadsden, OFFER his professional service* in all the various Lafayette, to dispos of hi. lands in Florida, is ready
I erflhtor and Leon
all k the middle
on in district of Fl! rida
Pt.l e : of his profession to the citizens oTalalasse -I to receive proposals for the of
\ill not r ccelve atten- I ond in the Superior Courts of'he Counties of Thomas and Residence first house south purchase any portion'not .
>they vicinity.
must bc paid, Major less than one aectio'n, of the general's township of
and Decatur, in the soutlwrn' circuit of the Slate
of R. Lewis
Ul-or-il. JAMES A. -Satisfactory testimonials as to previous land. About 5000 acres in the south west quarter of INSV'R.N'Clagamst loss or damage by FIRE caz
In. -- BERTHELOT. practice can he rivf n. 26lf.DEN'f.AL the } is from favorable
.- 2d 1833. township, reserved sale. The terms of terms, on anpli-
February ,
Ot.\\l U.'S .' TuSatanna't Southern Recorder 24'f. TsOTICE.DR. sale will IK; cash,oj one fourth cash, and the residue action to the Subscrilter, entof the Protection Inm-
L.li Georgian. and Columbus rance Hertford
.W"c1nltnt. in annual instalments compunv, Connecticut. In
,1 satisfactorily interest
secured with
. Lnquirer, will on amount instalment be
from the day property must
.*,! M 'hLBL7'lIl'J: :1-'" *v stiLL Las been commenced I forward.' li.ur account. HAS the pleasure ofannwiniiiiig ms arrt'lin: Tal- of sale,-This township of land adjoining the city of stated, and sviiisfactnry evidence, furnished the cor

v, \ 111 htoIrC, alld 1 ICE.-1 ail ', and now offers his profession il services Tallahassee rectness of the represcntetion and the
; COUI i., I ;:,I' LU. o.flLy I II NO'l hereby million persons nut to trade ; an* in reference to 11I'nlitfllealth, fulness !- good moral
| tJI a. Ju.tI\ '. rl'LIA rnailil II lite tiC X' )Iay Leru.I I,I six notes of hand given by me te Mills and to me :ladies and :entleni of the ,>!lacc and \'icinity.Bih .- of climate, fertility and adaption of soil to the character of the applicant. The solvency oftlic OS'co

.ll.1l'II.I1"llllla..J ut I.' h "utH.Mn judieuidutnao! i i'cny for six'v doilara[ each, dated January 5th 1531, arruKgemeias: arc suc.h that his stay will be shortat culture of sn;ar, and cotton, is unequalled! by any oth- and its fairness and punctuality may confidently re.

| III "ulYlrr''llr. | iut ., tc\1 th H.\II, al'L hadJ) flIt I and payable ill twelve, twenty 'fouri and thirty six this time. He has a fresh supply! of materials, anJ : rr township of hind in the Territory ot Florida. l lit.'don. E. C. PERKINS.
.. .It. is well prepared for lujsinoss. He be found at Talaha! ef'. 5- 22. IS1I.
: C.Jurt IIvUS' 111 cit) I iij'iiitlis, at I am dciermmed to pay them unless may ItUBEI'L'V1LLIAM. j. ->7tf
t'IJ tl.lll
: I t', o :11.tl'iear,: t 1iidLy% 111 'y flCXi, lu I compelled by law, as the consideration for which said his old rooms, pp'isite th. Planters' Hotel. 'Tallihasaer October 9th 1 832 8lf MARSHAL'S SALE.- .virtue of three
, I '\ !: "II r TallaJiiissce! Fb.. 16th I33.J.: 2r.tf. \mt
r ..0111J
," 11I": (', d' ,UI) t tt ) )ha \ c, \ iy Jl1JUU''I: : notes wtrc iMvi-n ha. entirely failed ;tzf-: The i'uutfem Recorder, Georgia i ; the Richmond to me deti' red.l shall expose to

1 J to Is\\. I'-Jtf OiiKU.E.' : MURRAY.f Enquirtr, Virginia the Ce/wm6i( S. pui>hc sale before the door of the court house m th.
!, c'uta t'1'.n.1ll1b ; Telcicvp!,
DtIL C : l1 .'. i'cu1.It, :. )1. C. Lr> -Lh. Henry F.Yonge I iroliiii.-i the city of Tallahassee on the first in
I 1 n, tUxb i > : -Uy virtue of a Uce l >I mist ; Baltimore Republican Maryland ; the.Yns Saturday At 1101 next,

It't' ct j 'nr. Ie:11: j ti.St; .itl" j|_ cxe-'Uttduy Darnel 'M'Raeny to myself I will Jitlorncy $ Counsellor at Law r/7/t K'inner, Tennessee, will 1 insert the above ad- all the rihr, title, claim and interest r, fit William! L.

.: _II L aiL_ .11' .J------J.\l.. t hL..l.', 1lIlkr expose to sale to'jie lughest bidder in the city t f Tal- ; ..rljscOlcl. 1 l lir fjur w .cks in succession, and forward: Haskins and John Bright, in and to the fclluwicg de-
a\-- U- iCY .
: ) fIe 'N. I b 1 lahasce on u,e llth day of March next, the south east AMDPLE FLORIDA. II.. II' '11.11" i,i rhi- office f,rpxvmtnt. : scribeu lots, situated in Ma nia.:
-f eh ttr:
V tilt Javs C 'ittac III nt. quarter of section four, township one, range Olle, smith 23tf.WILLIAM 1 1I 1I 1I 1I Three lots N'os. 2, 3 and 5, in quite No. 2. range

: J.T J.j and west ; said land lyir about tkrte miles: south west B ISUTTALL I I one, north of Broa ->(., with the iniproveii.ents, vz ;

EUHU to 1111 cn'Ctr.1, th.. thc I
'l'I' 1: i Hl r.I'v: btti given) cum ',Icnc"tj oJ j.L'OCCS )1aIle i iL dl'elhnl1L !euthou.s ; a considerable portion of H1XON, have formed a Law lots No. 3, square No. 4, range No. I. m-rthof Urcud-
11Lrq .1 111CIbC .1,1' Partnership, and v t ill practice in the Courts of he :Middle TON st., with a fiame store house lots
, ; Nos.
uJJ1t"I( t. i ..e' II I uIKr'lr' cou'j t. cicared jainl! ; and valuable sate mill now in operation. ?. 3 & 8, square
:; w IU' rt I '. District, and Jackson County. thrice the No. 5, 1, north of BncC-Mr.
: '11\ i C.\\1L'lELL. F *. .rt 2tids. D. SliEl'TI'.LlJ.: :riltee. L1t flTallahasseeau near I range with a truiie sure
;.;. Phmers I house and lr> lumber 'Kous- lots
-- 5 No.
I .
WlLLLi.1 J. uAULUKN 1,2, & 3,
1"11'1'I: t t3t. ; I quuro
Ft ,
7 1832 51 3m 1 2 north
i range Broad-str. with
-- ,' ,: IIt.t! to dw1 n log \\\arr.I.I"I|
Tit 1'--\1'1"1" :-111 \S :> dlia 'nntnt. ,
L.tl lot No.
I I.
:a ... ,lIIHIl'luu..n.i I t \1., .trt tiUCSt.dIi HOE A PH E-LiR, GEORGE S. square4, range I.south Broad-str vU
-The subscriber a !
and I logdwtln.g and kitchen.
having now a large Ai, (
f 1t I (', los Nos
I, I, J S I :i I:tie' ai" "mi :as .lIt s1i .t.lu"n ? jHtiE dtilndant will take noiice that a sui' has been & TTORNEY( and 1.SL commodious house east of the is 10. 11 1, 13. 14 52 53 54 6,7,8,9,
coun.cllor ai LAW Mariann capital square, st 6. 57. a8 51)
..I"il III.IU ,t' f b. I i I\'JI. coiimicnttd: and attachment i-'sued in this ; ana 60,
.,:lll .. tIIH 01 any g case, .AY"est Fh rida. January fith I S31.$ 2f prepTred to transact A GENERAL COMMISSION AND AUCTION situated in \" illi:1111 L. Halhint'o.. addition the
i.1.h.1. the
of Jarkson
.ttt At CI1L m ci.urt < .
." superior lIlIIHY business
he town of Magnolia
.Xl.Cltll.rH'c. hopes to receive a liberal and tin balance
\\ :\ L '1i.' 1\\ ) LiEultGI S. 11 i \Vh12 :, PltTs. Att'y JOHN J. ADAalS, from the public and himself support of the north of thE we>t lulf
pledges to those w ho mavfavour eat and the
J :i Ii. I- .) : t"w February I iGihla.>:t 2b6w Attorney at Laic quarter, fast li.i1tf tine n. r:It
( '' Ill' .r
him with their business west of
to use his beat etlorto quart r section 19, towJI.I.ip 2
; II .= ..Tli pu.? ;: .I. l:i.t'J 'J tt.c l"l'C "t :\ -'i&uN;: ).,\ Ul.LL, ivs is loaned at (l..tiiiicy. promote their interests. J. 'VE TCOTT Jr. and east, and the improvements tt."recn-cvi'd, rar.jje! 3, sou h

1'.1\h FI i ti j ..k.-'u., roqueted to oil and soli. ? .I1.acinent. HE will alt nd the Courts of Gadsdcn, Leon and O<*bi-r2d I Q31.! 7lf the prroj er..y of John Kriqhi. VL.. Haskms '>n ai
I Ik ,.1 t hJallll > Liau iM1r.\th'"u u.1tiol1ft1.en.: U ( CSA Ptt.- LElt, ) counties, and tie Court o* Appeals in A CARL xtisfy "lIe execution in favour of Benjamin Byrd ami, to

lII..iult 'U'e u rffl it utttiiiiant: wid talnotict' tint asuithas been Tiiiahassee. January 5th I 1533. 208w ,
of tingiveu.
I two fathers
,:$:.e will Uvl aumit tny .. B 7'.lIE Sub ribcrs }having; purchased the Stock If 1 lor costs. T. E. RANDOLPH, marshal
1'1E tSrl) KU)Yl), t txer m. l'UlIlI1t: iiitd a.iu attachnitJit issucu in this cus'e, 1:1 _fi_ Goods \Vare-House ofTayior & Klein havi by A. A. FISHER, d. m.

BEL.H.IIU: S4XCIUi.oJl'ST.1lalSS .superior c-'uri of Jackson County.GuOR'.E UJ1rit E. 1jtviian, coininenceil the DRY GC 'ODS, GROCERY) and March2.i |h33. SStds

'', Jnmniy i Jhl 1n I-H.: _21tl!i o. HA'.\' KI ,:, PlfTs. Att'y. ATTORNEY' AT LAW. COMMISSION !>M-LL"1 iO \.- 1'hc
DI hr
nwill'cmad..- to .hocoumy F1nuary 16ih 'i3.: 2G6\v i co-partnership tofure
4. \\t' ks .LJ'LU J.\lc l1'1jot'ti : I Practice 'XI iI: : under the firm
the Court of this District i and : of R. II.
In .
aiiditi-! tin ir \V.oicy uco.is
JuUgt' .ftJll co.-.n of Lt on, tori; tier UTiCE.-'ilpersun having any demands ag lIst WILL Jackson County V. et Florida. His Orticeis to present commodious building, f t ,ia u.ty iiiulvfd! hv mu ual consent. All
1e etlte .,f G DCJ.f'j dcC"t1Ij I' Line esate of LIne lato they are aj"4a to tr.-cf sheds and hou:e for the r .. pel".ur:4v
: William Hall 1'
td 11IJIISr .HI I) I [ org are rcqut' lcd on Jtftcrson street, that of the !risttr. ep \ ; clains u:am>t the alxive! firm
W I KLtI.\I tinof Cotton, Goods, -c. for Storage, tl.rir blliI.IIIrwill are Tt qner&J top
n J"I.: Z 6w J. :t.nuo r them in duly authenticated and all anit !hc.n "
|'ersons N. B. All instrunn-nts of writinjr, will he drawn be : .Ir sttlenineiit without delay and tf. ,,,
completed th" loth ; (-
r -. ill -.-"'ix .tt k> fLt'rd:1lc"pplh : iI I"n '\11: 'l''HH indebted to s.tid estate ar- requested to make J payment.JOHNC. with the strn'U: attention to their lesral solicit hare; of by Sept. TKt-y r.'stetui! i'lIc'ttul! t-) 'Jii.sami- are earn rly sicu-d! ro
accuracy. ly a public and malo'
iL'e ilifin!
!. l' ihr county court 01 Leon co Miy' i'>r :lotit RALLAdmlor. Tallahassee, June 20. IH-'J. 3-1tt selves ton strict perfurmanceofahlconhrniss.1z patronise, \I' I i'a; "."'it iUlalt'I1tlt-y: to R. Halsey, who i Is duly au

I ., uiimiiistr-U! on the t-statc of El hot a lord \\ \ hALL, jA"n'U i.lrus- thorised u> : tl.e the business.
ted their
re .oed SOAtiSlAllrjRU.F 'I Tall Uiasscf. Fcbruiry lt.ih lt-33._2CSw .TILIJ.l\l\I J Jl.ASIIXSVill to care. R. V/OOLLEY
PEACHYLCI' ]) Pt.!:[ ,
*'bruary: Sd! 1 1- 33. g ZtGw ).vTLNl6lRA10li'5i .sALb.-\\ ill be old. at V I' atttend to any 'business in ihe city (NKW YORK REFER TO COL. JOHN UAMRLE R. Ht\LE.Y
\Vf-ISlKA I (itt's \U 11t.-. Mi!i poisonsjunilcoted J M. pu'jhr' auction o/i Saturday the 13th of April nexi'II and I'r'JlIflllyIIJ faithfully exi cute any Ci'ininiasionsMill JUDGKRANDAL J(a' r!011. T.\hLt! :::, \!arch 2d 1S33. 2 tf'RliI

t., the estate of t 'TthllUct ttljJI: li! V' del;. >Cii Jic l'n.'lI1is. s thi west half: of the north l'a.t i oi I' listed to him by his friends in Florida and the pub 5

rtq.a-strd lo make imnutlialc IM"U1eIlL-TJIIII' section 4, townsiiip 1, .\:\ 2, north and east, contain. 'I I lic trciarally. GEORGE LORIMORE !': !niMe.v* "i j\\\ f.errafter be conducted by R.

t II: .was :'izamst .h, Ma," will! ill..esent 'I1CZU dUl)' iii;; bO t) ,icn s, IU"1' Itss, of si-coml I rate land, part of I N.-w-York, July 1 1S32. 52 ifJus. JA.MESLOR1MURE. )S I .tt hI' :; :I.;: tlu tin.t ?: H. A. PIM::():. & Co.

in: :u.,-atea vvituiu the inn.pn'scrii)id bv1 law, 01 ih red esite lit I) \id U.H'ldSlillltec'd. Terms cash I I2tj Jr. J. ADAMS j Gnds'lcn.I LLln'I ; -ir. fv !'i>: hi,.cr.; in tine ,'ify of New Yrjk, r.
j I e
,) HM, b. h\TI'I: J. J. L. PARISH, A.l.n.Ij'fl. w \v :\. ERR, Adm'tor. I I D. Westcott, Jr. & J. P. Booth, COL. II. \V. BR ADEN, Taado!! J I -.h.'I{; !It. ,i: ;i..{ i:. s .Lllt l at th- h..rl"ot nr.tires ; at Ic

:> '.i, rclirJAT 9th 1 LJ _. _w_ 5 1 It-::.-MX vvtjtks utter da'c .ijj' lication will A V1 formed a Law partnership in Florida. The St. Marks, J'llv 10. P332 4H tf e | ;" fllnt; ::n ;.nn. '-\. "tu"rsunhrl filing! -after the lafs'.

, -1_*"">-lt'lS: sALii.-N'-tm:; is liertby {'lieu t" 1.. J' made 10he! lion TaWtlu: County Court for ST rt'sideiKfof the former is inTallaliassce and ol: I[ f-hftil'lh :u"t: ..: 'I:, 1I't faaiiii tr!Mr material V. e

concerned tli.u\ i>'tiers Administration Auction & Cuininissioii Business. I letj.t It r ii..' 11-:''. t.l 1 .K T kn \ !edritt.
r' i. tk ruaru Lloyd and:a.l ott.er we n t.c estate of \V. B. Holt die} litter atc.,; Point, Appalachicola Bay. Business nitto c ur cu.Mnn-

t x j"'C to sale, n 'I allahass e, (In th 1 lain d 'y deceased, 1.11e..t Leon Cu1tIt)'. entrusted to them in any of the courts of Florida TIlE subscriber having been rf ii--t- r. fr; fn. r i.iv:i.i'i-" and flatter nr. clvt.Ly un.t<;vi.

K'-li nexi; levcn consislin- BENJAMIN BYRD. ;a ;:; -xrrti.aui! to mtnt a himdhLrc cfJutt
u nyimen or th-adjoininj; Counties of Georgia or Alabama will auctioneer FUblil:
rxiiHcd for
i. Li-:., n an : "luUicn. c nvev''d. to us, in trust, by s.ud Magnolia, march 2J, J 1S3.K 2e'6w.fMlAKi he slri"l i lv tI I IIIdIII! t" A ML'.3d, 1331.I I iOI s. 0 ices to the public in ta .mctiou county' f-tars UI-j i\tn.ll. ;".

: -.iu.1 L >.\ .>. I lie negroes are on th' pUnu;.on oi ; NO1 ICir..-At the rixi lUlU of the Leona ; ness. He pledges hnn clfto! iL..a'cClIIIIUi".SIOIi -Ew -G OODS

: I'. 'll": -", a-> ut one nine north of Tallariissee! :: J. comity l'/ltr.; application !>e nradc by the sub S1'ulx'S ,LN: S MJTIt..E. msnicsintrusted iiim pay strict attention to all ,

fc't'r t: e> {,m IK. st'.uontr Leila, ati invoice of X t
II i offil': *- is in the Gouds .'. is
country. ;
I tr.t1 ul s..k C3I. 1..1.s rtiaiTI I d< .-'d. RICHARD W. STAFFORD.Kiivli town of Alagiiolia ( :i 11:4, t
t tlrCTOPI".IIL: I ) where he may at all times be found. Si-I Bm';: ar.d Cluck Cloths.Ai .
\ -J.l j I .ii. > .. .
niwTK1 :
F o-,...*:. M..Ai.cOBL.oK:, rustees. j \l-ir.i! I 131h I IR: :. 3.'t". I.:. nvin. .- 11 t\: t''lm:': e, lit'.

.< L 1'LtiS: ::\LL.-III pursuanceloan: onel: ofM. :::Navarino Ca.im-'r

jurs LtOll .):tp"tor. C..aUL lie Jt"I1'ura 1 le the .1 uIZC of the bup. rir Curt Storage, mid Commission, &c. Finevrun>-i., ,

' J R, \\.LULL1a'\ / I'n.; the; tou-ity! of .;. 11, ;anting in chancery, :ippoiiuinj r Hi lIE uudt.rM;ned has large and con\'Cl itn: \arc-- C in'a -S;>:.;ii Ollcl nombar.ilw,

'Ii :' / .lctoc/tj.tnt. nil ;is ristt-e: i.i the piace of Davis fiojd: d.r'd., .Il hous.s .:-nd Ctillon sheds, ami i is prepared to rt'I'C Black r'i.i% Velvet,

)II'l'IL: : ) to' Jibutit'ie! lru.st ol a <...rtain ('oiit eVflhCc t.\.'i mid .i GOOD, COTTON, or other produce: oil Store I>.a-k: 5-atli.t Laces, Fio eiitn
j 1. d tfiiil.-in's, aiid lI ifrs interested are duly 1 & ? vesting &r. &c
liy .I.tlel'Utllin: and U-'I' c.
his wife to sud j Floyd, 1 snail; &". R.
nonriM Uiaiihe ao ,v *uit h.is: b.-en iuUtd't HALS:: V.
u:> ; .x! ('se to sale at public auction, hear the public square Cotu-n Stored, sold or shipped, and all Cirini'n.'i.in i a TYi!!">h'i5'5-f f, in nrli 2,1.,l I "3. -
of attachment, ..asucd.J01LN U. rt.j .
\ wru K. UA.'PD-iLL! P. J.r.a j,1, IalLiI.assce on Tuesday the 2d ol' April IH-XI, 1015 Sweepstake, for thrfe old colts three mil Business strictly attended to. He stints i share oil I -; < ) 1 H: :Kt.r;.,.111 :turt.s; ,
I :>". J7, 66, 70. 92, 9.i, 9'', :11! and, 32, in the first planif A ht-.lt years public patrcna-e. EDXVARD SEIXia :\ l11i j ji ted ; aejlteL. lhlls hi.I. "
? '
<, entrance >IO)0) h lf forfeit '> tit 11. 'r"'III07 t.) the rig'f,
: : to be j
: ,ri oj ulurwa! JJ.I'lc D.sinc;; Uadsdtnfi C""Jutt i In'ianassL-e' and in 'he ;:ddmon t th" reii l Sots J, m24t tl 1 Tallahassee Course, the Tuesday, run t them Vii'e \i tgnii'iii, nciohrr I 16, IS3:. On" j tn ". 'ii.t fit-war.I mi t null: ltdy ail i di"d.arc JnuiMry {I.r.
: '. J..2C, '.'7 it, .M. -246 -247 pri-ci-dmi: th; S'II1I.
218 2l' 20
133. ,
.Ii1.'W -Jjl md
annual ,. i ]i'Hijirr > : !
. ( xt ra s-l.st to clue the 4ti! d.IY of July 8'.FORE.ilGE. a> ;r :Iutii..i'e will put Uven..

;, :FILL.\.ilO* UAiUUSON, I t..t, or. HS die muc thereof as will f be sunicicnt to'ay aiidSJP next-three ent-its to make a race, the ci-lr to be named I J K.: ::iii r*. rf-v v lilI; ,,!.U'n.::1-, ir !.;':.S- .r: sNv-k }low fi

.I I.' li.D..LqYO.vs III Eqt'll suit and ly the bum costs' of of five this hundit-d salt t.tr.JU dollar:, the coats of l the day before the races. Thiec entries already 1TN addition[ tu his old wure-iioiis-e tin I i j i i nsii;: :uid ;.r,>>ilii...., i\'-nctd! nul: vx .nlJ s.n[ the! ll1U:>t.t

m .dc. -**- .subscriiit !has -11.. wk'k. tc: I'll inia rat [ .
r .ery l' h.
'I t "PI.t.1 H''K (II the satisfac.ion ff the court thaI ::,EPU1'nRIDE Trustee.AT rc.cllIlrcrcttcu n spacious !)Ut'Ld'n; ; : ,, ,
.f I aiu) utfendantis nf lal.tth 2.1 I 1.33. This will be one (f tlu most splmdM s'.veepslakos ..ig cU by 23 Itet, {orreceiviu- cotton :and go),:N. __1_\t."_" :0- : '. \!.i rrh II I I "n.
f. -.hls
11a:1 j.iu.iyiuiii
th.s t.'j."i : : for
ever run the United '
in Statr-s .
and will ?
-' It isordeied that the s.iu ; attract lh- t 'HMOTHYM'CARi Y. < 'l u : l"'p/I's, of liif. in.-. ar.it fullfurm j'.ln.t
I : Jefdl'1'llll1'.1.: -- -- notice of ;enllenun vv ho Ire (fond flf the St. Marks n'r'mlll'l' ( ". t' .
vniinurihg ( Irf31. %Jyif UCll" : \ D.. \. '.
: &
: J.t'tiO: .
I \ Lilt t bi 1 vitm f LoU .: '
: > iur I I.* I
'JIl1i"UIIJ. '.i n f the turf in
K1 I sports <> i f tinKnion. ,)lit :
I THi&$ very ;put u i.1 J j-uMir; ;Lit i.eul stand '.!Jw
c me bill11i be laktn fro cuajtsiiu and .. ullt I-: iiaviujf ie..u "IS'l1': :jriu> ..r
j isi I Tl1ulAUltun'X, Secrttanj. i.pointed[ anctiumtr Jotn intni' ::" i!11 :!l1.' I I.Jtli! .
:> of M.ii'cli
.z; C:1t
.i .
i Lo-ll 'Rl. .I.
ordend GS LO tLe
i mat 3 O'f'V" 'I .111" oI.LIe .% j obli-- d 4- -I h.ivti i .--ivcd hyinewe December 29tli 1S32. Len coir.ilg, I Iserc.j/ otter: Iiihof
.11. it linf my services: to tne J'.HMJ .1 i: T 'ii.ii'! :,.!'.
'Jls 'Hi tlltiWl'Iltj, IIfI| apcr iu this distrin, ,' 't.'. .: arrivals fr Iii :', w-y i-ik .ind Biltmiore, a [public in that: capacity-1 intend oilice .
I I1'allalufcsec
.i keeping :a'l 1:1: 'i i slitiliu .
I .us i vieil;! !known
'tk ,'ft .ur -onlis. ii.LiiS i'Kil C. ii .:. jnhqu.tv. I .i:: ti s.Jh'Y; flf Jrnh/ "rll1s yc u hu-h will bo! sold l low i, 4 PP.L.CIIICOL.Ht'TEL.Tlu' of which due notice '-\ ill be ..i\'tn.ln the 1 Alibi I .f t > tun n ,!Imtji the StalrKf
<-i : :
i'.uIi: y 2 J 1";13. Z Lilli.i i I T .r cas.i:, in ,'pprt' I cr--uit. / wii't it .tiiliiiclly undtr- I I 5 _'TA subscriber Ii. p-, 1-j.ive :o inform his interrm, any business It ft \ ith i :\lr.t It. Y. Willford! :!ii.,, ..n.ns..ij. and Aliss !I"i., ii-I ii t'.i' :
1 I Territory, : ; tll' r..1
': : 0"_I"Illo"i st-iiil! Hal tnij .ndi, Jiirir.irra,ittd uoJ-all.i ina j/ in : friends and the public; :reniiily! th.it he h-s will meet with prompt attention. It. J. HACKLEY. if 1 f/.' !Ills n'I'II1.IIi: i is nicer, thai a j a: t.rr-.hru't.o i
1' .Miadle not
".. ) :, t( .x 0i. l.itu, Isoz. .t.'C'he. ( 6f rtlli.IItI:, .c'.en t'uir quality is nut enlinly s.i- i taken this estaiilislnnr-nt tor a teim : and ifhe l.-ctober dl Ji32. 7tf the last p] deemed nf.->sarv.' A.

,'J \iausdu Ccuiity. ) /Jiorly /o tit purchaser. I meets with such, enconiMucinei.t as he wishes lo --- -- -- - --- jM-key- -lui! rH'C" near tl.is cir.. he ri. f.-r "hesecond

'. l1li 1 En, \ A''i' 'iiu.e; '111:1. srtci.ivcd is-RowASDs Toxic MIX- merit he will[ continue if. His t.tLle.11 bo funiLshtdwith d.upurie dhianii: g ail; his four coiripw-li.t .
: Tt'RL-\\\ NE\-GOOD t!Ine first lua' .\ t rill Liir .'Jar>anni he .,.
hiclt is rnv ils
l'KWO'J t'I1ELTOln Equity. leprcstnitd I.r tlc propii'-tor to be A the best the nuuktl can .t i.'IU-iUJ his exertions fur the -, nit
., ) SAFE AN'D LKFECIUAL will be iinremiltcd to render his s clIhl.h\s ,::rsttldd:*tal\rt."lcor.pf'li'! t ii
; FUR TilE FF.Vt AND uue.sts: as comfortable
ILL1AM H. LLLl j E. S. the! soci'inl: .with irse ar.d at the I h"t .
i AGUE. E. n. PEU\.I! :. UN / :'IJk. OREN MARSH. & Co. CXuincy races
!le look
. rs motion (I'itie ccniplainant by huattorney, and Ta.lih.issf.October; 30th 1 83:. 1.I tf App.tI.1dlir..b, January 12th 1 1833.I 2ltf 1 \ lI.lil., : IlL firs! I'.iys purse 1\.tI.a (In't sr.
;; II If, peanut; to ill- court, Uiat the dcttndaius do M ] >civt-ii 1'I'UIII.t.Y rK a btIlCJ'lI i He n, six ';l'US old, and of the bcsr .sio.-k in tIlt I\

ii '.:ce in thujrerutory, illS ordeied: that unkssdciLiidanls .T.\V miUli KCHK.MICAL. ssTOR K- A.\I 1 KlUCAN; HOTEL.I -The subsciibe) IK t f I Sf.t[, ft, in-lnsired:: 1 liy ihe famous Tioi.! :V"u ; nc of hI'ii it *

boltJ ;ii'.iu .r the compiainanis billon!! i>r 1 -JOB M" f. OR .'.1. D. & Co' I I U 'ctfully inform.s his friends, and th-- DRY-GOODS, iKo i ftii-i.r.k.i fi ttiivl MV ;ai ie t-tNIs: i f f'lIf:1' Ar. i-> ,

Wthr. : \ tnt> -Citth lId! J vi %j rth nexi, the ,IIIjt' I it .!Conn Jhc inhabitants o-f Middle Florida, : : .UJUt' generally, that lie has rented lie lar iCitminodious : a'i.sI l itS tinio! nns I.y the hEl:: : br it l iianr'r!n-il horiWhip. -

I [1 III tjuccn for: cuiifcs&ed, ana the matters thi rem. hat they expect by the next arrivals fiom (building[ on the v est SlIC! of tin-I BOOTh&HOEI Ho is i a bii'od bay,-upwards of 16 linuii

1 rtil l airordmgiy, and it is ftirlhcr )IJCr.d, i.at aof i : cYrk a l.ir e and geinr .1 I a' 'H'tl1l"rI capitol square, formerly occupied as a tavern by John 11.l'l' ,p :, itrir'n: ;nd utiilcs groat siienglh: wiui Lt.auty of form

}' this irder be published in sonuj! ;uli-.nsed I 01 .. oruus and medicines, and every other artickconnei D o.rncr. The} house having undergone a thorough repair ..Lv\ 11 ( d1'S mul acti n.Ttfns .

"p.1j'CJ' f this district once a week fork months. I ten with! hat line: i.t. iiuMiicss ; whidi they will will be ready for the reception: of I borders and! visitors i : KEADY-MAbE CLOTHING.l.v : :>40 to ensurethe owner to pay if lle ir.aro

H. C. LESTER! cle.k and usastei! cquiiy.Nov. olfei r to the puiilic on -is ai-coniniod itng:: terms and at nn the I Bill: l inst. JOlL'V I RFAYKS.CENTRAL .\ u sin.\ll of .. i is: uaid! )-$30 the seasondeducting SJ ,if pa."tvitl: : !.\ \
1lhha 2Ulh I 32. J 4111\ as low priec-s as medici'ies itt aimilai: quality have evtr iiANK OK FLUiillJA. ) a ihe season ; sun! $il5 I for sing!.- 1.Ip. '1 h.; r.ijisilit: .-

been, o'jlained the of u-aris! 1\ ill be limited as he will Le
in territory.' February 5th. 1833. J HARD ARE run ut the next.
h-itory "f Florida, Middle! / ,fall: !l .
l V racss.Good
tract, U'ad dtn I2ihI 18Jt o announce with pleasure that Dr. Tradewell, a 'OTICfJ i is hereby given to Stockholders of ,

Count). S gen Icnun of fine talents: ard first rate medical roadmi:: 1- this institution, that the third instalment of five rockerywaTe and Glassware look- pasturase etc. etc. can be furnished on reasonable -

U.L1AM U. II AlRI:50.'t't h lias .(<-n t i R..igd for a few months, mril the practisingasiMi : di'lla'S on each share will be due, and payable: accfrdm" I terms for marcs from a distance, to which the proprietors .

1'S : I In Equity. St t. superintend the tabi-hneni; :, at whicli lime :o the provisions of the charter on the fist day cfAI.iv I itig glasses, etc. etc. will attend i if requested :io responsibility will

11\ C. AR.\HSTEAD. tIer ivmpulent) assistance: will be obtained. nex L. A. THOMPSON, Cashier. : Together wuu many other article* which Lc assumed for accidents or es'a ps.

JliL> day came the parties Utheir attorneys, and N. B. Our medicines will l he opened in Mr. Blakes Feb 16, 1833. 26tf. f for sale on the most reas'Wiubly! terms- for cash they offer Certif.rates of the fu.l: pedigree will be furnished.

(hrcoiiipbinant, by his attorney, and by [leave cl I j n- biti.diiU', <. rrlt' of ( The subscriber wishes Tal.I ]1-
court aiiunded to purchase few ward J. II.
ll1i bill a Rudolph J. D.
bu the Westcottjr. John
dea'hyf the I lahassee. or P.
lId.i1lt John C. Armisiead. ; And, that Marcus i fo'J'E,1 lJ (lil;,-li. IWES SKlvDS, tic.JlJSTrrren 4 hundred bales of cotton-he will also 24tf B .oth. March 2J l&tf.; 29tf

1G: lcallIS administrator I a full, supply of fresh Drugs and I Advance the money here, on lots ofcotton E. S. ROBERTS:

.ttter docs nol reside in this; und, it appearing it i u. :. __ that the holders may wish to ship & Co. FlIH.L LU\\ FOR CA 1l.-50 pieces first
i erritory:, is IheitK i
oiV.eredj: that uidtss the j ;iiiO pAPi.tu OF LANDRKTHV CELEBRATED GARDEN, to James Hamilton & son of New York MANUFACTURERS OF 1 cotton lagging,
said dtlcndani apply at
answer the 20 (".tLs[
hj iamams bll, un or btfore the I It.B, AND FLOWER -UOBIXSQNS'PATENT BAiI ;- Brown's Hotel. THO. J. CURTIS. PLJLY TIN.J.\"LJ J.U'PJA'ED V'JRE. ft bale rope.. Just received by sloop Cybc!.
twenty-fifth ot I Dec. 15'Fi ._.
l 1"
i 17lf.
LU--3AGO POWD1K.-fJER LEr.cn. wil[ all
times have .
WTCJI. iKXt, thu same will be taken for collffssrIId I February 16th 1833. 26lw. SAND on b.llull general as -
nailers, therei f AMERICAN TOOTH BKUMIEM KINDS (.F MKDUINALlATNARDiu to supply country merchants and
decreed accordingly! and it is fur Loz1NGt., .- \NTED.- able bodieJ dealers the wholesale ,- FA RE\T.-Tht St. Louis tract of
S orJerol, that this NOTE'S INK, ANt INK POW- % negro men, for on most favourable terms
order be I Ifoul' % ; together be sold or rented far
published oner a wek a term of
moiuhs DI.ItS.-SIICI.s.- IKES, PERFHMERT, &c. &c.L'O. which the best of wages will be given- apply with a general assortment at their store in 3Ionror-st. lars years.
in some authorised in r'orpiut : apply to John K.
-vt. K. C. LESTER newspaper \ i.-.A small lot Guinea Grass seed, which will I to J.G.fcN.HAAiLIN. rallahassec. 24Lf Bond.' Campbell or Henry
cleik Fibruary 1833
.\"cmbu 20th 1832. and master in 144m"f tquitv.. be: sold Iiivv for cash or anpiovrd ciedit.E. \la r.ili\, November 6th 1832.: _12 if --- STO1t.\tE &C. -- 268w


TtthtercJJL.rjd f ., Leon Superior Court Taraliassce, much 2d, H33. 2Sif. arV.E' are authorized to announce K1L ware-houses& ST URGES have spacious and safe The zzuod Washington.-Washington- in me

|c U, tUW.s of Thus. Sedden, compl'ts. t Jnumas -ID:W J ill r.t\ [ Q Col. JOSEPH M. \V 1I11'I:, a candidate: to represent cOLton on storage or at for St.shipment Marks, and for the reception will ol Farewell Address, says. In contemplating

\.5 -lian- Florida in the 53d Conyrcs. they make
-LAKGK and complete assurtjL fair advances on delivery when the causes which disturb
Brown and others (et'J' ; they are allowed to may our Union it
defendants.appcai .i '1 HK MMTliKKN MAIL SI .(- I
l' ;. forward and consign the same to of of
-1.15 to lue Mtlisfactiim of the menl of Fresh DIUJS and Medicines, just received any the following occurs as matter serious concern, that
Court that any
I iuuy Parker, Harriet P.irkerand Elira M. Jones, from New Ylnk and Baltimore sale, wholesale Leaves the I'lanters'Hotel, eve I Ports, viz :--to New-Orleans Clnrleston, Baltimore, ground should have been furnished from characterizing

, ol the defendants atoresaid and retail. Country Merchants and! Practitioners supplied ry Monday and Friday 3 tW-York, Providcme, Liverpool or Havre.

I arc not residents of I the most accemmi-df.tinj M., and welL arrive al On al consignmf! ns they will charge partie as geographical discriminations
territory, bat live in some other on : tern.s.ELW. _ _ Millct'gc"viUc 21] percent
of the United
part SEIXAS -' .'-.- by 12 A. Al., on the following [ : lot guarantee on sale, and \ ill be responsible[ to the -Nor'hern! and Southern-Atlantic and

' a therefore decreed and ordered that unless said I M"\29 4Ilfy.y _nrl1.! i I. bnnliaF''ri I\. i TjJur days and Mondays' making the Irip[ in a little owners for any loss sustained c.n the voyage, throughany Western ; whence designing i men may endea-
-- -- --- -- their
more than three he line has been neglect ou insurance.
inu uc, : days much part affecting
htrt'lIt ap;tear and answer the complainants bill _: 1 lItl JOHIS MLKAJRfc.. improved by the addition of new coaches-and very : 811Uit23tlt H32. your to excite a belief, that there i is a real di-
f'\ 2tf
the r before the first Monday in June next r, the c of horcs ference of local interests and views. One
teams -for seats of
f same shall[ be taken IESPECTFULl..fiufonns 1- all1) } at the store of C.; BLOUNT'S STEEL SAW COTTON CH\s.

thereof .'errecj i pro confess. and the raat- -, its'jC1I1ity, that he C. rIiams-aJl[ baggage and parcels the risk of the HE Subscriber has these expedients of party to acquire influenc
accordir.iy Provided that
.r be .pullho.heJ l in 8 miC authorized: haslot-jited himself in thi'S city. owners of the same. R. 'llA\', Agent. T an assortmentof within particular districts, is to misrepresent

tlus district once a Meek fir four newspaper, priu-Ift N. B. lIe may be found at his office next door toDoctnr' November 2Qi.h 1832. I4tf best Stell Saw Cotton Gins, assorted the opinions and aims of the
nionthi. other
26 sizes, from 30 to 71 Saws which will districts.
1833. Parker and Bradford his be sold at $
234"u THOMAS $ or at residence corner 1''I"IJN GINS.-CAMPBKLL & an 11t2,23
UTH"E.-AH: RANDALL. of Adamsand Callstrrew. March C 1832. 183m': ._, Louisville Georgia, arc ot per saw on a Credit until the first day ot January cannot shield yourselves too much against -
person having claims iHe! engaged, at their well next, to good responsible the and
agtunt purchasers. jealousies heart
eoate of John known establishment the above : burnings which
at in
P. Neal. late of Gadden 3Z'Dr. JOHN TAYLOR informs \- place, the manuf.lcture BENJAMIN
county, 1YRD.
ased ticalcd, arc requested to present them properly au- his friends and the Public, that his health is so j is their of intention cotton gins, of a very superior quality.It] Magnolia, May 22, 1832. 41 tf I spring those misrepsentations, they tendto
wrthm the .1 to keep a constant Talla.ha render alien to each
at other
time supply
prlscribeel by law, othertk far restored, as to enable him to resume his professional I. those ho oughtto
y will be forever t'e and Quincy, Florida, and to meet all orders in i be
sc make barred. Those indebted will l duties. July 30 1832 50 tfMEDICAL. their line with To Planters bound together by fraternal affection."
innnedi.llepllymellt promptness.-Gins of their manufacture
as indulerce How
ven. cannot are warranted work well Sl\LE.-4 expansive was the forecast which
\V. D, HARRISON 4m'tor. to with good usa c.- FOR Copper Boiler 9 sug
nuo.ry 19th 18J1. a28\Y The undersi neil have formed. a partnershipunder They take this opportunity to state that there is no -Copper Dippers; Skiuir"en knd Scoops.s gested these reflections__and salutary the

MtL'" : 1'Utt'b the firm of. CREWS & TIUPPE for the other establishment of the'kind' in Louisville, and thai reduced prices.-Also, 10 pair Horse Mill Stones. advice which it elicited ?

riler of Lbs honourable the ALb.-.ttgrcicabe to Ul practice of the different branches of the scienceof all pins made-at that place, are of their manufacture. Apply to BETTON & O1ORY.
v of G.H county court :for the : NlVeflb4T 13th -
Jf the expose to public sale i in medicine. They have on hand an extensive 1.1 lmAMAJUANNA _AUy 13, 183' 3U tf.To Xavd-The U. S. Sloop of War
court Vincennq at
1n the" $to..n ( supply of fresh medicines which they will dispose HO't'EL.-'l'Ineabovenj ,
C'P. o Quincy \- PLA Portsmouth New
he TERS.-"hes\\hscriber in
I1Y has rffty bush Hampshire
bclunglllg of archnext, all the re/l; of on liberal terms. Their nffice is in Webbville, formerly under the of the Palma Christie with aU fittingfbr; sea
Jfean, which he will dis.pt.e ( expeditions and
: ; the Boston
Neal of Col.
late of the aifl Jackson'County.. H JJ CREWS Mandell is now ;
coun- and
ea ed. of contract for the Erie
liberal and Constitution
produce at a price- frigate
y. D.lL\RRlSON of the at the Navy Yard
Adnl'L !
tlAry 2 lh HENl\Y TttXPPE. publicundeVthe Those wishing to the
try experiment of its cultiva Charlestown
1833. 2t4s I, care and management of Mrs. BEMAN. are orderad to be put in readiness
Wribvule! April 1 ; lion will do well to call soon. THOS B. PEACHY. t tor
3&lh ProbaUo
January iSIfy 233m gt. .Marks, February IQih 1833,' K4w zil.n sea. destiuauon, tho- cwj, ofR-,


-- .
. -I--- :

---- a -- --a -
in civil and criminal cases in the superior and inferior courts or said bill, all except the enacting cmwsc, sfnckcn out : the yens i ne next SUDJCCI inxen 'truo consideratioft by the
the Territory of Florida," was read the second lime ; when and nays being called on agreeing to thereport of the committee was the report of the cmirnssioneri. It appears th
Mr. Howard moved the indefinite postponement of said bill : by Me'srs. Warren and Bradfird were as follows : yeas port that there was due from the territory, on the
( Cn CtUdil. nun our fair.) the yeas and nays being thereon called bv Messrs. Chandler and Messrs. Bell, Bellamy, Compton, Cooper, Ga'itier, Howard, her 1831, the sum of 6,595 31 l4ct3To meet wcho
Witchvas real 1 and theieiijKMi! the yeas and nays were ta.M BradfordHvere as follows : yeas Messrs. B'li, Beliainv, Biount, Priest, lliz, Smith and Wright 10 : nays Mr. President Messrs appears to be due from individuals the sum of 67,89 $3
*, : up u ihe .icl f>r the relief of ti.e Ieg.il represent!lives of Compton, Cooper, Gautier/Howard, M'Bride, Meacham, Priest, Biount, Bradford, M'i3ride, Meucham, Ward ami Warren 7: 1 he committe have caused, a statement to be prepared,
.'.i .!,, vJ. Itinggold decM." HI oj ;>iMiion to te; veto of the RI/, Miiilh and \Vard 13 : nays Messrs. Bradford, Chandler, so the said report is c uicurrcd in, and the said bill is lost. state of the territory at the end of the last fiscal vear o
',. aai serc a ; ; % \ eJ$ \Ic..sN. u1i, : : ', Warten and Wright 4 : so the said motion pievaued ahd the The following commun.cation was received from his excel her SOili SJ2..) herewith submitted, by which it will nSlT
;.s.lLtIJI; : C4iptr, auIier, I 1ivirt '..I'BriteIeLc:1n: : Pi ict, bill I H lost. lency Governor Duval.! the territory is indebted in the sum of 7,643 JJ4 i 4 cents
;.t Stisii V41rLI ani Vrrcn, 1.3 I13yi, AIr. llr.idihrj, I ; The house then adjourned until to-morrow 10 o'clock. EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ? meet which, there are debt.: etc. due the terriiory.amount"; *
?.P 1' IltI iCL tVt' by the l.i viiI majority. 1'tie vtis SAT-JCDAT, February iCth 1333. February 15, 1833. J the sum of 11,063 37 1-4 cents., Tbe committee cannot
t'i.1 1 n.I.S. were also UKII upon' an act lor tie relief ofM. !tac.d The house met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum being present SIR :-I return the bill entitled, an act regulating the mode ever, rely, with certainty, upon the collection of these how.
I'V i'osvn, widow of llic.iaid Town dec'd. and her infant clnl the journal yesterday's proceedings was read. of prost Ciitjij on attachment." most of the cases, the individuals are insolvent, and debt,1in
; 1 t .-t't" and: vvore .ts folio-.vs, yea.-, Messrs. Bell, Bellamy! Comp Mr. Meacham moved that trie vote, by which the bill entitled, 1 cannot agree to that provision contained in the third section fical bonds inlorrnally taken. The commit e will therelT1' **
t MI, Cooper! iiiulier: Howard, M'Bride. Meacn un, IVieM, Hi?, an act concerning executions," was passed, be considered of tins bill, which allows attachments to be sued out although that the debt now due by the territory, amounts, in roand1
Smivii, \Vard and Warren, 1.5; nays Mr. B.-aJfoul: l.so the With a view to amendment, upon which motion the % eus and I the debt may not be due. I woi.ld observe also that the pliras- to the sum of 6,000, which has been siiifere-l to accuniulat L!
4 buid: .ict ws ;passed by the lawful majority.re nays were called! lor by Mes>rs. Warren: and Meach.im, and colony! of the bill in using the terms "certain debts" &c. with- the inattention and ruisnianagemenlof 1i rmer olficers, vvh,
f'll>nvmi c-.Miinumcatio.i received from his exctlIt were as follows! : yeas Mr. Pirs'dent. Messrs. Bell, Bellamy, ont specilying the kind or cha-actcr of debts iiitended to be imperative duty it was, to sie that all per iari charged f
K:>' t.ie lovenor. Bradford, Compior., Cooper, M'Bride, Men chain, Priest, Smith!! made subjtct to this provision requires amendment. the collection and disbursement of public n oney sUufi nm
: 'i\> tne Hon. J. P. BOOTH, president of the council. and Ward 11 : nays Messrs. Chandler: (iautier, Howard, Ri/, I am, respectfullv[ our obedient servant. l lv- 8CCOU Ut.
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ? Warren and Wriirhl C : so the said motion prevailed, and the AVILliAMP.DUVAL.Hon. The law of the last session of the comic ] to provide in ?
February 13th 1S33. J 'I said bill!! is ordered! to be reconsidered! and is nr'de the ouk-r of d. P. BOOTH President of the council.A.ul speedy settlement of all arrears c'ue the T rritory o f FlonV ,
Sir: I !have approved and signed and filed in the Executive the day for to tiny.Mr. theieupon[ 1 the sniil i bill is in tiered U) be reconsidered, and 1 having effected the object Ibr which it wa i made, the cumm- 1
; oilier, an; act !1)r i.ie rtitvi'ol' Francis; J. Avice, :;nd an act to Bellamy offered! ihe f.illowii.g, resotitioi! to \vit : the house went J into committee of the whole! theieon : after I tee recommend that it be repealed, except so much as rif '" '
incorporate tne subscribers to the Union Bank of Florida.I KesoLvtn, That the oilicers of! the ireasuiy al'.o-.v Lewis som-'t.inc spent ihtre'ii' the ciniiuriil tee a rose : and Mr. M'Bride' the manner of collecting the debts due to the territory andc*
am re-pecsfuiiy, Norton sherili'of! M'ubson, couiity, ten per. cent on $.. t i xesof j t I therefrom, n polled said bill with the third section strickent out that purpose, have reported a bill. ,**, \
4 our obedient servant, said county, for the years Ib.JO rod: ly.Sl for the ro.iecuon; : whirl: was r-uicurred in, and the said bill, read a third time by The accounts or the commissioners of the Tallahassee f A 4 W.M. P. EfUVAL. t'oereof. Which was read and (the rule being waived) was a- it; iillc and pui upon its passage : the \eas and nays being called have been examined and all the charges made therein are ''
AVh'.ch was read. dopted.Mr. l thereon by Air. Warren and Biadfbrd, were as follows : I [pcrly sustained by a voucher : There now appears't0 p ivailablc
A biii to beentitlediuan act rsvcting| lie public |>roperty Gautier offered I the following! resolution : \eis: Messrs. Bloant?, Comptoi;, Cooper, Gautier, Howard; ?I'- I of that fund!, the sum of 2-1.0-1\\ % cents ; which .
a: M. :M.uks" was iea.1 the second i and third ti.ne.;, (the rule WHEHEAS, it i is considered that toe goveiuor and lZilatiVC! l; Briile, Meacham, Pricyl, l Ui/, Smith, Ward, \Varren Sc Wright I the committee recommend, lie empI; /tci i jn the bujjd111.I P .I
1)ctIZ: v4tet1)) and passed; ordered tnU; the title he as above.ATi.l council of f'i.s territory have no power 'to i re... >\e jud.cial Mli- 113 l : hays MPresident jlessrs. Bell, Bellamy and Bradford 4 : completion of the capitol before it is c Onstnued j jI in comniaalh i
to bo entitled, "'an act respecting Mecuamcs," was read cers, regularly commivsioneil, until the expiration oi'l I their le-ja' so tlie said bid is passed: ordered that the title be as aforesaid. I and counsel fees : This fund, it sc tas, Iias heretolore
n sec. /il Jim.* ; 1r. \\'.t rc* moved trial the iirst, section and term of oliice ; and wncreas the exeicise of this power nny: beneccsssary I Also, the following) : I considered a fair sulj ct for the mo? t extravairant clianW r*? *
Otiac.iilu! clause of said bili b stricken out, wlncn motion preiil lor the wholesome admmiMration of JUS''HV. I EXECUTIVE OFFICE, > commissions and lawyer fees ; so 11 icii| S0j ,iliJt| to ethtTuV
.. ,-".'....1 '....i I Sii'.l is .lost.I .. Be it therelhie resolved, That our delegate in Congress be FVhrniirv IHld 1H1W. VTo t its bad: manairtment.; the rr.unificenc it'- 11 I ;?..? i.? ** J
t il I \l .11* 4 m ** ***** ---'S
.i Ablilobe J l cutit'ed' "an act supplemental; to 'an act oncermng requested to urire tlit- p.i hmiiatioiis of action-, passed Nov. -liii lb-2 ,"' was to impeica: and remove from oHice alt judicial: .liics-rs! at) :- I'lie f'.llo-.viiig ;icts have 1 U-f-n rejected by me. however, remark that that: the -pr fent commissioner, Turh-ti' '
tend; t Wh'di was r.'ad: (the rule l being waived) was adopted.Mr. I of I Milan de hi Carera.: discharged his duly wltii fidility t. to{ \ublc, ai\ \ credit' J
hill to L bo entitled, "an net concerning the sixteenth! section iii oii'-r.-.i the l"ilownir!: reM):iui: ni : "An net to authorize .lane Murray to sell the real estate of himself. The co.iimitte resectfi[ ,!Ly; recommend ihat the prs *
: .if land! m eac.i uwn-iir.) in this territory; ,"' w ? r.or.ii.nt- liv.iiif.v ;'i, r..ii :ilie oi'ru.'r of Jlns territory be, and he is.heivliy George Munay 1 decca i-d," and sent system allowing comtnissi. ins tur receiving and diUrsii!, t
uto a eoin.nittrof the Wuoie house,; after sometime pn< ; ) reij.esied; to us> every exertion in his power, to )have: An act for the relief of the legal representatives of John Y. the proceeds of the fund he aboi ished and thai a small salary}, J
!iif'9lI, i4 c* convmttie: a rot', .iud )I r. Warren: i.'ievfioii!' : re- I he couijiiaiiin i of i ue 1 la: vs of this lenitory, for which an aptropr Garry drci-asr-d." allowed in full of all services -ich resignation, and uowV
p *ntd said bill witii! lie! lirt section .md enacting cl.io.-e slacken [ ition: w; s inaile) by C'>-.. .jrrss; at the tat session, forwarded I do not believe I possess I Ihe authority to act in these cases merit being a tax of 7 1-2 per. cent upon it.
oit ; Ui s d-ci'!<"l bveis an I nays; Viir.I were :i< foilo vs i ye-i- : :alli-r ;printing! of !I'.t v.j.jjf.! Whicii! u.is lead, and (the I con-sent! wiihoui i riiiht, to incur so great a iepon-.hihty.: as to and! attentively examined : th. ;,- have: been found correctas <
JitesriJ; M, f ftiljmy, iiradf:i.d. C.iinpton! Gver, i'sir-i, 111iV /, rjle h'iiT: waived) vas ;ado; ; ;ed.Mi. consent to such acis, as may, and in my opinion will be decided as the books and accounts ol the present auditor. Il will &. I
; vVntMt s : aiys M.'<*rji. liauiier, I Howard, tic.ic.iaiii: "M'.iilnVardaud Coo; er fioin Iii committee on em oiled bills, reported ne by our co.irts 1 as itiva liI. pear, ny refennce to the paj ir marked D., that only! four 'j
\ 1 Warren <> : s ljiesai-l report wis cjjicuned in by cnr.vc.iy! ('rolled.. I am. re. the .. :<; and the s-ud I h.l. wus lo bi i1! iourth 1% to rai-e a revenae for the territory of l Fio-iJ, :spro ed Fehru i- An: act to iiu-.orj orae toe Presoyiersan' Cotigrcg-ition: of '. An art to auhorize: ; the sale of the real e>tate of George ought never to have beeti .- talljsfctJ and should LP aboHsUas
rv 1-' i3' and for other piirpo-.t'>," wj s read tne sectiidi.ine, alt: h.v..'. Murray diceijsed." And were as follows yeas Mr. President.Messrs. won as the present deb! w of the territory are paid off: *
and iit&l the order ot f the I dalor t. -III ; bill to be entitled! "an act to repeal) tiieccond scciSon) ) oith.e dece iM'J.1 a !ri;, ; M.-i'C; .uni,, Priest, llu, Smith, Ward, "Warren and and judicial departments ; ire paid by the general governing |
acHMi: il I.tl an act to rod for the >peedy ;ett fl.t'.t o.nh ." ..v.iict I to provide for I the l peta ticu I !lot-ntion of tlie! county V\ ritflit 1 Io' : n-iys Ivli. Biadiord 1 : so ll-e said act is parsed by there si ould be no tax exoept for county purposes; ar.d veti
;arrears arision with the tax is of the adjoining states, whereallfijtburthens [
Hn l Ji,' and fur otiterpuip l st-s," w.ii read U.o s>ec nd tmii* AM nci !tr' ihe relief of M-.ria 1 I Hennndo/ la Careraex- act ior fie relief of Maria Hernandez de la Carera, exrMr'X ; of the state gorrnment are borne by the penile.I
and ai.ule the .mler; of I i.ie dlor, .o-m. rrow.A .r.Mtr'X o!f Milan I: de In Cnri-ri.; '' of I .Milan de 1 ia t..i ie.i.; 'Vess ? ir. President, Messrs.'HI will he perceived thai th[ .- taxes in this territory exceed thi3
bill to be eatitled: .in .ict ejt il.img appeals; : in ceitainwe. An :act i sir.re accurau-ly: detinf'tlie! boundaricK of Fayrtttc.tinu Th-lhiMv, bloimt, Compion, Co-iper, Gautit-r, Howard, from 30 to 50 per. cet.|: This system of policy contribntesj'1-
*' .* Ibt lieretofore provided t* r by hu\,'' was> r Mii tne Mi.oiultiim ;.' and !:>! other purport ," and! 1'Brid.-, Meciam: ; Pnr.-t, Ii/, Smith: Ward, Warren and check emigiatiori to the territory ; and, as long'as persisted; *
and or! lee.l: to be engross.fora! third reading to-ni-uTow. An act to di-i'.lue t Ockiaw.ihu river m Lie cUotit'; Of' Aiiichn I: \Vrig-it 1C : ir.ys Mr. Bradlord 1 : so the said bill was passed will continue to do so. rf
A bill: to i.' eni.tvd, "an act I.I.1 ii-. : :I !l-iiiiiae: < oj b.ils '.' and St. Jo'm.s' a IViIJu': strcirii," wiicii were sever: :U M 'iiod by the lawful r.j'a! _. The committee received from the treasurer the sum ol 4H ,l
crj.ij *. approved A-uj.i ;ne J-'i t 1 ?. 1."" w.i.s lead a ieCi.nlInn. hv te I'-rsldent <'t f he ('co.i.ici! As'! >, *'Tn-:c:f I'r the relief of the l lgat representatives of 25 cents in treasury notes wluch Lad been received bv the COB i
I .* an": "! made me order !f tne day Ihr to-mmrow. :Mr. \\ riiiht fioni the! commiUte on the juJIchry!: : made th'' 1 IM'MV.. Gnrey (flrcr-.i'.fd. Yeas Mr. Fiesident, iessrs. Bell, missioners and treasurr; r during the past year: Tins amuin *
S A bili Jo he entitled, an H M I iii .t.1JJu! tan act C.CeriUhl'r: lollov.; iig: repoit.Tin' lfr'! -imB'' unt, C' --pon; ; COOJK.T, Gaoticr, Howard, M'Bride, togctner with all the U.uik treakury notes, the committee hued '*
wiJ-s loners I->1 uiuMtaryand 1 tetieis. ; ad aini diiiie-I 1)1 ailiinjiir.it.. is and g.i.ir hni u ai>:iroved Nu1 -. *."!( .-ol-.jjon juirisiir :aneiujuity into tin Vxpedie/iy;. of so II1dilV j.i: y- ."*.1 : Br.i hiid[ 1 : so the said bill is passed by the lawful The paper marked A, together with theaccompanym ;doc> '\
1 ." was r.'ad a tsiid lime I by, it-; title ( *.o rale being v, nved In i-j tiii- 'xi>.tmg t laws, that i: imlividuals 1 iiv no! IM* coni'tH.-i; vuip "1.1 ;nrU ments, marked No. I 2, 3, 4 and 5, compri e the report"oft1 *
) w.is read a tmrd ti.ie and passed : tu'tlcred tnat ilic tuie; i,eis .- :!>y an iiiiciioueer for the sale of their propertv ; l have ti, 'I-; Bom! moved to reconsider the vote taken OM the final commissioners appointed under the act of the council prow .
; a1)vt. iiono.ir to report, that: said rr'sMjuj'uip:: tvis reli-.red o.j the b?' r-iss-ii/e {' ;>n ..(1: t fi'.il.f:.i. '' 811 nrt lor the i eeL!: of the children nir lor the speedy settlement .f!" all! arrears due the Territory -
A bid to he ml"1! :: ;*.K'ai! nc.t hi addilbn: Jo tb'srveral; acts d-iy f>r prei'.u; ; tfiiis, and not in iimt> U r the com'.siitK-; ::50I I if ..hist.phV.; and. Julia:, Fieici," winch motion prevailed ; and Florida :" thai marked B, is the annual report and acctuntcu, rr
cone Tuitwr the city of T.ilUui'issee,"' was r ud a second: s!.:ie : : ,. Tiie ,. Ist: t ien iv.-iuivcii it>e.f i into a c *mmitt I e oT :.ie wh"f t oti .;J.e introduction nl ;,[\ h.jis on !the tirer- !last tl.s of the >r.si ,11 itpjtosition \n I i'ie \c-to of the governor. 1'ias Mr. President its No, 1 2, 3, 4 and 5, contains the auditor's report for theaao J
saiti! i ji1. tno! after soiiitun: i sprat t viu amw.tn; Mr. :-i ti.: The co'timiller theref in* ask to bf discharged from l !. "vji-s-rs. BI !', Hf-liHiny, Bi'-nni, ComptoiiCooper. Gaulier, Howard year : that marked D, contains a report; of the treasurersho, 1
0; mtier ;V' iii s-'i d commute i.ii't.J s.iid bia! < aiiiided, u i.cii fu'-5htu. ctiii, 'ideration) of tiLe subject.; \iiich vas read ami ;.- M'iirui", Me-c/ii'i.: I'riest, liz, Smith, V\'aid, Warren ii.jr a statfin- fn>tn tleaudiu: >rof the tax reLuuet1; rtheja J*
v.'ajiiiirro.'d 10 1 by; the tous.IJK: mie being \vaue I) i.ie sai.lV dpiedMr. ai.d V\ i r.:riI: 10' : naw s Mr. Brndtbrd 1 : so thesai act is passed 1&42, with the amount paid ; and snoring, also, the names i *
>i \ ws ivad a uJrd tii.ie and pissed ; ord *; e d tit the title bias Warren fro.n the >elect committee, appointed to contract i y lie; la .v'li! mij jrity.Tne tne counties from which no returns have been received ; m "*;
ilfllJ. VlltlMr. win: 1 t..e pri't'er) mud- the fo'lowing' rep.irt. !1'ioident; laid heroic the council the following communication that marked E,, exhibits the state of the finances of the territt Try
Smith, ou %vlerd $y, oll'ercd! llie fyoviig!! : resolalion, tWi Thse'tci uomiitti; e appointed to make a contract for printing fioai !liw excvilency Governor Duval. on the BOth day of November 183-J. j
.* i.e lj\v- and !ne mi-'ceihneous printinji of the !ho-.u- ; re EXECUTIVE OFFICE, AH of winch is respeetfsjJJy submitted f*
4 U.zariac, it. :r.\v: ':, ( cfarv Jo : : -uul ivy- j .Ki thit; I t they have nnde :a contract with Wil'nni' WiNon! a- February loth Ib33.To which was read and agreed to. a
faro of Hi territory,, iiat: i; o pic<' of J.ok'.i:: the I ;-'Cably to his projosils: now before ibis h. :i-e, and tint t.ieyi the President of the legislative council. A bill to be entitled, "an act concerning slaves, free r.egroe **
coil cjl, and c. uitt>f ::jpv i.s of liiii lerr5iiry: t>.4. ud! i hs C4iitrj- I :i ;ve i.iken: a bond from said Wilson: for the fiitfdl: ( performance Sin :-l 1 nave tn;s day approved; signed, and filed! in the executive and muiatloes," was on motion oi' Mr Bel'amy indefiiutpostponed. >
ed. of s i :.} contract, wiiic.i is I.erewilli presented. Which was read oliice the iL/ilowiug acs.'I : ( *
1'iirtine ts a il rftolrfd 1>3 the /.isaire! council f f thf 7'urrituy r aiiii iiire..d. to.Mr An uci u> aut!>onzc Jihua; A. Colfee and Fratcis Fun Ik to A l LUl to be entitled, an act to incorporate the Columbia "*
I 21-I, 4J ? i-ty, I'uat: !I.4i desio.l *-!. 1 : m Cu.iTO Cn.nulii.-r! ; from the committee to whom was referred the esia'o isi a ferry across jSt.; Jnrms river." ?at! Corr--any ol Key-U'esl," was on motion of Mr. Smitin 'o
: gttt r1 to u->.: las ( X ttat; :, pi"- t ,'ctti; m of sundry: persons, settlers at Charlotte Harbour, made An :act ici-iH-ctir.g the public [>roperty at St. Marks.: .detinitek postponed. p
4f 4t 41 jiovi.iir! that t.se .n-sual of liu- d.itri't u :;n the tax on hawkers and pedlars .n *ertaii: Also a bill to be entitled, an act for the summoninz etc.i
e, t *: of n.e sujti-rior c.it: '.or tne cu ty. witliiu.a4.:4 tlu4 TiOc --ct c:>:iiniite; <* to whom was: rrlVned a petition of cases tJi"i: Mi named." Grand and Petit Jurors in the County and Superior Courts i S i1 / of a,j.i ti< :is S Mtiers I! on the! lands claimed I by lliciard: Hickcy ; "An iic: rel.it niLr to justices:: of the peace." the Territory of Florida, ana lor other purposes," wasindefnitely
p :; c.vcMir.v aiJIc:: *r and i clerk <>f ar.l e.in r( of appeal; *. at (..hailotie: I t i I Harb.mr: in the Ti rntory ol Florida, have had An act to revive and continue m lorce an act establishing a postponed.! *
Jj4 il /jxriln'r rfw'rtJ, That a copof tasrejoition: : Loir.IUH.l -- I ti.fsji'i i I l p-.tri.ia I'irMitneiime under consideration: and beg leave ferry over St. Johns at Jacksonville." A'bill for tic relief of Benjamin G. Thornton," was ro
.:. ni.iti'1 to : .t !.iiJ t1i'i-z.ttt.: i.) ivji-Tt, t-ni Uie ar iiia.-ii5s urged in the petition, :.rave not An act to amend the .several acts incorporating the town of the second time ; whereupon Mr. Bellamy moved that said Ii ,
"..ie .vas re.ul a.d ]> :t on its pissijre ; the yens and nsyb.'insi -: ;:.*:.M: il 1 iii'-:!, tatit:; wouut tiC entirely proi>er I Inal the legislature Appalaci.id'la, and: K>r other porpo&f s."An be indehmteiy postponed: the ytasand nays bein* thereond p.
it ca.'u-d: ii.y \.li-s>.rs.; : W.ird and Cooper; uere .is i:1t. : uf F.ru, idu: .MuMsId ;;>rant the prayer of I tn; *' petitioners, i nor .;ct !-Ir te: re'.iel ol Joseph F. \\ ahob." ed by Messrs I Fa rrenSc Bellamy, were as'tbllows: yeas Mess
\ vva-i Mr. Pv;,deut Mers": Btl:! Bi.r.jn', C. ojv.-r. liauti-r, ilo-.v- ;d it t C sg-rs.-: > would s.n.ctiim) its so doing : The ;j.rivileges An :act amendatory of tee act of November 21st 1923-en-j Bell, Belhin.y.: Ctimjiton, Cooper, Gautier, Meachain, Priesti 'ti
m < a:1: l, Pne, Ut/, >;mtiioi.l \Vinen 10 : na s Messrs. Bella my, .v.i.' ;. !'.* J'rif-d.are; xc.-is.veand far IT'ait-r: th.mavc: ; many titled, 'aii act regulating judicial I proceedings,' and | and jrairenO : nays Mr Prepi'dentaMessrs?. Blount! Bradftr p;
k B .1 liV.i, < !.iii.l.: r, CoiU])!. a\M'U, .-, Meieoam; \ 'aid and s .sl-i'ii-- :it':t <( : (10 ;in en icrorded to tta- Cit r.s.if aiu rornmunity An act to deiine and iix the souihern and western boundary Howard, bmit.i and IJ-'ard 6 : so the said motion prevailed nAn
Wrig.it; ? : .10 li.f-said resolution wis ado ted.M i in t I.;" territory, and ti.e committee CM; see no reas-m, wiythove I I l.ne of Jackson CotilitV." i ii e.crossed bid to be entitled, an act regulating thefe *$
i :. Bellamy oaVivii; : a ri.-* luo i.i'.ie: rule b.so vaiv.d, ..vhicuTva ;pnvnVj.TS s' ou'd' accorded on 1 tin- present application.it ; : am, re-spectfuiA", your obediert .servant, of certain oliicrs," was read the thi'd time and put on itsfc ttpuss.igr
< lud; on tii' table until tomornm.Mr. ) I t is a fruitful subject of gralnl.ition, th.it t tie portion of the ter- \\ ILLIAM 1'. DUVAL. ; ttiey as and nays being called thereon by MfiTarren
'" -Jniitii from the inaj H tity moved that! IIIC biI! en iit'ed, 4an lilory en'i..c d in < h. .southern act concerning p'lUols," wuidi \\as h 'Ht loie I lo. oil its limlin : ; and isti'.l I : n C"iviig jin-al I uccev-ions( to its population I Tne following resolution offered onye.iterday by Mr. Bellamy Messrs. Biount, Comj>ton, Gamier, M'Bridei7.\ and Smith "w
-- .r-1, be rec :i>ide-ed, w.iich motion piva'ted! ; and ti-esaid lilt1 it is inipost-nt, and: as committee! brlieve, ivces'-'irv that was read and put on its passage. nays; Messrs. Bell, Bellamy, Bradlbrd, Cooper, IIowardMeu jfe
hill is referred to a si; -ct commiiU'e ; Messrs. Smih; (iaut.er I.il' s'1:!.'II'et: I' c>>:itemp.ited! in I the petition shou'd' be incorponted Be it resolved by the governor and legislative council of Florida am, Priest, II ard and Warren 9 : &o the aid bn! is lost. w
and Bi.flarJ, are appointed luereon.A an.l i_ve.Med: by wholesome laws adapted to their wishes That tne defeirate in Congress be requested to use his best A bill to be entitled, an act tn incorporate Senybal &5IJ &
tii.l:.1 to be < muled, ati! act amendatory! of the net of Nov.2l and tli--n! -'ai.ts .iid with Ibis view, the commiltee beg leave to exertions to have a law passed, apportioning the representation ray towns," was indefinitely' postponed. v
,z1 t H 2 S, entit'-d; *an :ut it-iralatmir I I judicial: proctedinjs! ,' '' subniit lie ;iC.i mpanving bill, and i io be discharged from the of Florida; according to population; A bill to be entitled! "an act to repeal the fourth sectiffl .
iva ie d t K- .,tC.a:) and tuiid iini'1 (1it* ru'e being vaive lj and ftirtSu-r con.-.duration of the subject. VIiicii was read and a5A Be it further resolved, That these resolutions be forwarded the act entitled an act to amend an act to raise a re\eiuc ,*?
'4 jnis.:. -.l : rds-r 'd tuat tiie tuie be .:>> !> 'fore "tated.A ). forthwiln to our delegate. the Territory of Florit ", approved February l-2th lS32ilitr :-
;it t,I': to '..t' t-nitVd; "an act lor the ruiitf of .J.1); ] .i F'. Wa- S bill i.) b- eiititled; ; an act to amend an act entitled, an The *yeas and nays being called by Messrs.Bellamv &. Ward I other purposes," was read the third time ; Mr. Warren ned >|
; chobv> read t..c >econd ti.e; and i">::miuul to a ornmi* act to incorponi'e ihe Bank of Florida,' and to repeal an act to I were as follows : yens Messrs. Bcliamv, Brudtiml, Compion, that the second section of said bill he str.cken out; the? *
t tee f t.e Wiioie, afier *.imeiime .spi-nt tm-ri-m the couicuitec a- iticosp'M 'i.c li.e B.iiik of Florida, passed 17lh of Nov. 1S-29," ''Cooper, Howard, M bride, Mcac'ouni, Priest.Ku, .ani and and nays being thereon called by Messrs Warren and -Sffi *
14 ro-o ; ml :Mr. Coindler i. erfnim! n.'jjo'-trd snd: bdl witiniut a- was conun.ited! t t t.J a committee I of t the whole! I loll-e, after sometime I Wngiitll : nays Mr. President, Meosrs. Bell, blount, Sna'ih ,:ere as follov\s : yeas Messrs. Bellatuy, Cooper, Gautieri nJFiirren
; jn'/ii.iiij.-ut, tVIC.1 waN agreed to by. the -.i-ni'.e ; (tin- rule Ixmgv.i.vd -JMMII tin-rein fie committee arose : and 2I r. M'Bride there and Warren 5so Ine said resolution \\ is adopted.Ti.e I 4 : nays Mr. President, Mess'.s. BelljBlountjBradfi r
lj \ ) tle: s-iid td w-is: read a third time anti passed : orde' ed4 from i e.oi, led said: bill' amended : whereupon the said bill was bill entitled, "an :iet e''nceio.ngpair; '!ls," v.as mended Compton, Howard. M'Biide, Meachain, Priest, 1hz, SUIitL C
-4 ; tli it t' tlt'f; be a-j lu-ii re statetl.A i re. d a third time, and pin on its passnge, the yeas and nays he- in the rifth anti tifieenth sections, no oi.edissentrng! ; ; and utonils IVartt 12 : so me said motion was losU
it1;; bill to be entiK'M, "an act to abolish the tax: on !hankers i"! c.ii'i-.l; : l b\' : lt.stVard and Warm were as follows : yeas paasage. the veas ana nays being Culicd by Messrs. /Barrenliiid I Tne yeas and navs being called on the passage of the t11 i rv
i:( : and( i'cdlerm! certain e.ie: tnrrem nametl," was read the second :M i ; i'le.-ident .Messrs. Bellamy, Bradford, Compion, M'Bride, : JFright, were as tollows : yeas Mi.PitMdentMessrs.Bell, I Messrs. U arren and Uauuer, were as follows : yeas Mr.Isident
t. and third tni!< (tic- ru. brmg w.tived( ) and parsed : ordered Me-icl.n.; i'r.c.-t. Smith and Ward 9 : nays Messrs. Bdl, Belliny Bloom, Compton, Cooper, Howard, M'Bnde, Meacuam, Priest, I Messis. Bell, Blount, Howard, MeachanijUizandS-.
t'tL! Hie title be .** above.An : : [iiiuni: ,] (Chandler, Cooper, Gautier. Howard, liz, War- Biz, //Kar ,and //Farren 12 : nays Messrs. }Behamy, bradlord, I 7 : nays Messrs. Bellamy, Bradib ;dConiptonCooperGa
c'Tiirios ed l bill -Uled! an net co'iccrnin execution. ,'' resinid! \\: riir.'ii! !ti : so the said: bill is lost. 1! Smitii and /lrright 4 : so the said bill is passed : ordered that I I M'Brute, Priest Hard and JFarren 9 : so the said bill is*
vru*. read tiie i tnird ti ue, wiieu \1 r. Ward nnncd to amend the A bill! to I b.* entitled, an act to provide for appeals and writs the title be as tlti esaiti..i1i. I A bill to be entitled, "an act to provide for the speeJy
fit>t ".--U.MJ thereof:, by ii! -, hint iu'd i and t\vcnty d .:i U i.a by Me 1 t ... : liolla'mv, Ur.dlord, .ard and \V riit 4 : nays Messrs.B1' said bill as amended ; which was agreed to by the horn-; the : and accounts of the treasurer and auditor, and the accounts in I yeas and nays being thereon called by Messrs, }Yvx*
Ulo-uit, C. iti'l'er, Compt', Cooper; ; tin-uie", tlmvard s-iid i,i iL; UMS read :i third time and passed : ordered that the title i reference to the Taliaha.-see fund, together with the leport ofj I Bradloid, were as follows! : yeas Messrs. Bradthrd,
M'linle, Meiciiam, driest, Hi/, Smith and Warren 13 : so the IK as before stated.A : I j tne commissioners under t.e act to provide for the speedy i Cooper,..Ueacham and IIBarren 5 : nays Mr.Piesident,4i
sat.' ano: 'l neut .vas 1'i't. Tlu1 s.ud bili was then put on its final b'.ll: to i e esitit'ed1, an act supplemental to an act concerning ''settlement.. of all arrears due the Tenitory of Florida," beg I Belt, Bellamy, U'ount' t'aiiuei Howard, Tries, itizSt1 $ 1 1I
a- t ie yeas nnd nays t-i iLgcalUd; by Messrs. Bellamy and hini.alions of actions, passed Nov.1th lb-23," was read a leave to report : I n aril 10 : so the said motion was lost.
B: .iJr.I v.-rea* i Ji.ilows: : veas Ale.-sts. Bell, Bo! >mt, Clundie-, third tiiii'* and passed : ordered that the title be as aforesaid.Tne Thai in the discharge; of their duly they conceived advisable I The yeas and nabein called on the passage of f |
j C<' ii'/i >' C iopir, Guuter: I How.id, M'Biiile, Mcacnam, Priest, following communication from his excellency Governor to investigate tie: accounts of the late tieasurer, Air. Floyd I were as follows : yiis Jr. President, ..Jtessrs.II BellBg (
: Hi/, .3 .' vVaneu and: \\ ri.t M : JM\S Mess.. Bell.tiny, -rii.iv.ii'- -.I. -that upon eunuirv at tne treasurv, it was ascertained he had ..At.1tlL1ULuwaiu..... I, yueacnam, niz I% ana 1 smith. 1 o : navo '-iBlount
Ward 3 tile .itd bill! ordered that EXECUTIVE OFFICE ? not ket; a set of books a dav-book and ledger, kept by the and '
44 B,' ii:;, 1 and : so was passed: ; ; Bradford, Compton, Cooper, Priest, Ward
( the to v t 1) is aforesaid.A February lUth 1833. JHon. late auditor, Mr. Garey, weie delivered to them : Neither the ren 7 : and the bH was passed : title changed.
A ni'l I to be entue: I, "an act to define and fix the southern J. P. BOOTH President of the legislative council. confuted manner of the ciii i ics in these hooks, nor their mutilated A bill to be titled, '* an act concerning the commissar
I and I '.-esieni Unindary lnu of! Jackson eutiut-. ,'' wa< read the Sin :-1 I bave ti.e honour to intorm you, I have approved, state, prevented the commiuee fiom giving them a careful the Tallahassee fund," was read the third time and paSSe
svo1..! n ij.'. uul c-'imn-iicd to a committee of the whole hou>e, signed ami Hied I i in I the I executive office t the following acts. investigation. In tins investigation, where doubt presented it- deied that th<} title be as nltove.
afi* jin-Mime sjM-nt; I inerrin tie committee arose : and Mr.o An aci (to I declare Ocklawaha river in the county of Alachua seif, commiltee have conceded the ad vantage to the treasurer. A bill to am'd. an act to be entitled, "an act to provide *
N'iii r-mrtcd; a iib i .ututed bill: t.:erefoi with Hie same tille, and St. Johns a n iviirable stream." Tiiey lind him indebted to the territory, on tne 12th day speedy set tlmem of all arrears due the territory ol Flor,*
w :: *. I .va coocurn-.l in by tie lio..i'.e ; (tiie rule was then waived An aCt to aiiihoiize the county court of Gadsden county to of December 1831, in the sum of f I ,t0r2 9 cents ; to tins sum ved Feb. ".2th 1632, and for other purposes," was read *.
) t if tviid: bill wis read a third ti.neaud passed : tiered thy levy a tax lor tiie purpose of building bridges in said count v." must: be added 47D 53 1-2 cents, not cnarged on the books, fmt time and passed : ordered that the title be as aforesaid.
the risi: !h. TI< bf'iore staled.A An act authorizing the sale of the real estate of Davis Floyd recently ascertained to [be c.iargeable to the treasurer and sustained The Louse then adjourned until to-morrow 10 o'clock-
hi! to b .ii'.tled! ** ;an act giving to Addison Mandell alidD. deceased." by vouchers in possession of the commissioners of the
'n el M'.J: n JT tie exclusive naviiati: !i'ii and |)ortnge of the An act more accurately to define the boundaries Fayette treasury as having been paid by F. J. Avi.cc, tax collector of The following most extraordinary event took place afeW% .
ru'er J-J|>' I' *, ni tnis ten itt'ry," wasagiin taken up UKximmitUe ) county! and( for other ;purposes." .">t. Johns county-it is not duubted by your cormnittee that receipts at u restaurant in Paris:-A gentleman w. 9 undergoing thd
of tif w ioie, after s rneliiue: sjHMit I therein the committee are An act to provide for the pernnnent location of the count of the same character will be presented at the treasury, of b'jing admitted a Freemason, which was on the point of b
; and( Ir. Beli therefroai reported said bill to the houw, pile \Valton county, and for other purposes." .vhen the individuals supposed to possess them shall be compelled eluded by bis taking an oath upon a poniard to keep faithfaJ'JHfccren nied t)' '
Mill t.ie ilr.st sect i .n ami exacting clause slucken out, which An act to incorjx>rate the Presbyterian 'Congregation ol to account for the sums in which they stand charged, on of the Order; but on the Weapon being pres
books In the of Mr. he had been that purpose he seized it, plunged it into bis heart, and
reeIr w i.s co'icurred in liy the nou e ; and tie said bill is lost. Taihihassee.; iiie : accounts Floyd, charged foil dead in the
*Ai '.jZ-)4e'I hill entitle !, an act regulating the mode of An act for the relief of Allen Faircloth." with the sum of 1,220, for land purchased from the territory lodge.J'ajs papa
proe. -.ling u atuch'nenlwas read the third tune and pas- I am, respectfully, your obedient servant, -he had no title for tnis land, for he, himself was the only per- time i is at hand
Rectptfor curing acon. -A* the now
Bed ordered nit the title he as afnesiid. WILLIAM P. DUVAL. .011 who could make one. Tlie committee have givenhmi credit t tI
: I interest is taken-m patting and curing the year' supP1
A b.1!! t) be i-jjiitlH, an act ameodatory of the several statutes Which was read. >r the 1,220, which saves the land to the territory, and leaves I the following receipt, banded up in by a gentleman who thiak1bI
:C r; of tli'n territory, concerni'ii' executions and attachments," The bill to be entitled, an act to authorize the election an.complt .mi indebted to it, as far as has been ascertained, in the sum of I thin plan, will riot be unacceptable.-To cu.e 1000
was teid HIP :swjnd: and third time (the rile being waived) and ton of the capitol of this territory and for other pu> ,031 53 1-2 cents as treasurer; and leaves to his credit, on ac- I take half bushel aall, five lb brown sugar, and five 11)I
p-used : ofdeivi lnt the ntle be a.s before stuted. poses," was read the second Irne by its title ; and commitle unt of the Tallahassee fund 18 lets. For the recovery of I mix tltein well together, and rub tach piece thoroughly ',
A b-i 10 IM entitled, ai; ac.t am.-fidatory of the several act to a commit of! the whole hoilse: a providing lor the mileage compensation of jurors and witnesses the committee arose : und Mr. Complou thertfrom reported suit be, forthwith, instituted upon hia official bonds.



S x
sent ta Spain on this subject. and h. obufned nothing it may not teem that my course is either unusual, or the business. Mr. Clay'rf lomroerset wa made jail I elictcd from: his delighted, auditoryJTreqtfpnf burst

I have convemed *ith that agent and with two of our that it is not justified by Mr. Call's own established in time to induce the nuifilier to faurhis rends Giles of appmbati m. AIVT the recital of the Ode Matthew

FLORIDIAN : rni lister* to that court, who were charged with thn ku- precedent, and that the Neuclcus may not cry out and Seatnn, and as the leaders of tne two oppotit par ILiII !McAllister, Flsq pronourrccd on. Oratioo

linesi, and they assured me that not a trace of any achorderor :jicrsccution, I will refer to his own acts as my justification. ties American System men and Nullifiers had agreed ia every respect suitable to the day.

instruction is to be (found. If none ever emanated In 1825 when Col. White was announced as a to shake hands, and coalesces for time promotion of their We must reimrke, that: it luis verfillen famii'

from Spain we may conclude that none ever candidate for Congress, "Mr. Call wrote horns a letter own purpose there wait perhaps no great difficulty in lot be !
M occasion than
C4TURPAY MORNING. MARCEl were received in ('uba. to a man who has since runaway, for embezzlement, inducing their follower to follow them injlhu movement more pleased ofl any wexvere

t -- The powers and duties of Spanish Governors arereEula'ed or other offence, that he, Col. W., would be supported as they have done formerly.Vevvondur ifJUr Clay with the spint-sfiriirff productions of boih

; proceeding the FreeTrade'dState- by law, commissions, and orders. All the by n few 'ii, n, wno were base and unprincipled." He has given up his favoorit system ia order lo favour his the orator -rtid! the l'netVe tnnl thnt tlit'y will

ILri't Monday last, a. well ns tho.e of laws that ar in Cuba we have, and WP also have from rode 11 rough the c mntry, usmg the mod abusive friends Gales and Beaton. There ?isw much Bii7 ularity be given lathe public as of right that propertv Xc

iglitS' meelin on meeting were received too I the court of Spain the commissioni. and if our ministerM language, lu. ail t-j no purpose. The people cared 'n the present movement Certain politician ihul not from a (istidios del.cacy be wiuifieni fn-ra

; ,c Union and State-Right1 and agents report that there never were any Uoyal) orders neith*-r fir him, nor his abuse. Another election came it is extre-nely difficult to nceouut for many ol" the occurrences their follow-e ri/eiw. Th** church was crowded)

to for insertion. from lhe court touching this case, why in the name of on, M*. Call nicmpted to write essays, in his coarse which are transpiring.-.Bo t. Rep. The Patriotic Fair m numbers successively enter'

ti-p-Dr.M'Lcmorc's communication will appear in justice and good faith let me a4c. or for what reason Hits tnd clumsy style, in which he entered into the private ed'with th re happy smiles! the Poet and Orator

next. decision to be dehyed. after twelve years of vexation contracts, professional engagements, and individual 1ixla Ckaptlle Jnn 3.-Since he arival in thi< city and ii ipired the ciien( soldier with renewed dc.
ur |procrastination already ? transactions of the candidates he opposed. He went of the Pruii.m General Murding. the enabli: bu>enioflaig terminalination to with

readers will recollect that we novmrr If it be said that there i jm* n pros- ect of obtaining so fir as to play Paul Pry, by wruing letters to the <. iiiigazinen i.s doubtful while U is preiuuifd that pinnrd jealous anxiety
/V.f of extreme hardsmp tow some of the archives ofthft Florida* now. because there Commissioners of the General Land Office, to know he Pruxian corps d'armie assembled upon thin Irontier those institutions which are time pride and bulwark!

ecu soi1eUnhC ,&a case Ci11 >in behalf of the is a royal order for their delivery I answer that this is what fees the President paid, and for what service; .of Belgium will remain and that bead quarters Will be of our Country. No altar Disunion was there

sttl'r1 the ( cnCrfl no\ the first Royal order for the del.very of those Span- and t' get copies contracts, to come home, and put idtitblisIiKd in our city. erected but the .vpontancntis smile of a greatful

j'niel 1 Stales. from the decision of the court of Ap. i

fuuur of .he claimants, to pre-emption rights agent Col. James Forbes sent in a lnop of war to receive c'ertioncering' hand bill, by shuffling them up as Slutgard, Jan 6.-W learn from s letter, from St. the Union, the ma ji pillar of their independ.

? f .J.ic1'n. We remarked at the lime, them. Hewn* then told tint these papers con- to pu! one under another, to in ike the lawyer refer to Peter burg that the emperor Nicholas repose-t entirely "

county Of our co'ixt of AppaIs VU1(1 have fitted of soldierii' ihl'ii. proceedings of courts martial, tiionpj! er with a total perversion of the sense, and to upon his father-in-law, the King of Prusi.-i, for the issue ence.After the services the Precession retured to the

. th( ticrthVfl less vanity, to abandon testamentary settlements, judicial decision and quarter commit an imposition equivalent to a moral forgery. of the atTairs of Belgiu ii and it is generally believed th.it place of lormation where it was dimissed. The
Ils .- one, p.sse.xsi.1? ma-ter- accounts He wa* aUo toll l what hat been The attrocity of this aft"ur is too important to be mnit- Russia will find means to avoid a war. U e learn from ,
and by their more liberal cun- before the tribunals of the Military then! marched to the fouer end of the
permit proved United States that introduction. Tlie
opinion, tem), even here, in my attorney the same source that several Russian legimenU Utu>ned -
of the law, its fall benefits( to be extcnd-d to when IVnuacola wan taken in 181ft the Spani Goj \- general, Mr. Wirt, wrote a lettT to the President, in Poland will soon be recat.; BlufT, ; that received the first footstep* nfgt'tiirp!:

...!?. ;SttflUt. nuitm? the cUimanisio further and j err.or in escaping to (Cuba was taken by a pirate and smitestinr that certain duties ought lo Iw done by the The new of the surrender cfthe Citadel Antwerp wnere a salute ol one hundred gnus wa rirou by

.tie kcvtiti r-These- es have recently been several boxer* ol laud papers grants deeds, Ac. were Co'imscl of the United States. Col. White was furnished produced a rise in the fuiH-i of Vieiin i.as it was thought | the cli.iih.un artillery from two places of cannon

,,, llcss expend. ca del. e who thrown overboard These first named document are with a copy, and replied, that he, emp.oyed that th.s event would! lend to the mainteeance ol the captured at Yorktown, and presented tlietn by

ailed np m the Snptcmc Court, by our ga tile papers if any. that your agent vrill obtain and nothing could not do what was required, but proceeded to stale general pe ice-, doubt being entertained an to the immediate General; Washington, to evince his .gaid lor tNeir
'ohmtecred services on the occasion, and on motion more, becau- taerc is nothing more to be had. One do concluded I a-n
: his whit he would and by saying withdrawal oftae rrnidi a.my Iroiu iieigmumn. military appearance, on }his visit t" our city. X
5T ,ere dismissed for want of Jurisdiction. \\ 1it a coinentary agent of the government has demanded and received willing to perform the above services." Gen. Call's salute and leu de joie were then tired by ihe Kt tie-

is this on the legal knowledge of the general, the origin ils of the ti'.les filed in the cace now depend- agent, under his inspection, contrived to jut Mr. Wirts Fio.n the U. S e'sgraih. men and !nfmntrv. A brilliant and! crowded ball

the narrowest limnssiUe iii!. which are found in every ro'pect correspond wrh letter in a hand bill, cut out all of Col. Whiles, but Printer ti Citgss .- fhe Editor of Ine Globe ia disappointed -
ffnd hii dwpwiumwre' ric.withm our titlesnIo prove to you bow utterly fallacious the t'ic' conclusion, and annexed that, as refe.-ring lo Mr. it thu result of the election o. printers to cloi-ed the celebration of the day. A s prndid! sup

ks the he wftl% of a law which h:iJ bc-n vast calculation of the agent of the government is, upon tin Wins, by which, the reader was to conclude that he Congress and cx rIre. surprise tint the ii ullifmers should per, prepared by Luddint n, added a ?et to the

fur thc l nrfit of the people of Florid. .-This dcon sulijfct, 1 will advert for a moment toahis commiinica engaged to perform the above services" specified by have votd for (j>nj<> and; eaton, or that tho iiili itulli- entertainment, and thr Company retired at a Lite

_ t honker, has come too latc.-N adva.uae. will turn to YOU 'U winch he siy: he i is wailing until the the attorney General, and not the above specified by fiers should I)1'.O voted fir us. V\ e admit tills vvantu hour pleaded with themstlvesan paying a le>.<-rved -

ll particular f.ises.-Othen govenmi nt of Cuba ran hear torn Col Callava, late nirnself. After these examples of an inquisitor explanation. \Ve admit that in both cases u was a tribute to the patriotism and taste of! th<* Ct mmittee
; MiIt fnnn it, cxec-pt in : r of \Vet Flonda The captain general of looking into the private, professional, as bitter hat all will when under of It
' the land office decision, or !their Ira practice, pill : surprise ce.i.-e it is Arrangenu-nts. was t-mplmtrraliv: a
nCnt 1 r orqinesofJ in of course H desirous to communicate to our agent the re- well as public conduct of a candidate for office, I hope I stood that bitter as was this pill the aiteiritive wa F. proud day for Savinnh: day: to wineli.ur
i tn nit m8 have puseii into the hands greedy spe.ilauws port of Col. Caila>a .IK to the papers he carried away. to be permitted to slate the objections to Mr. Calls P. Blair. citi/A-ns will ollen

[ k ttiy' hive been driven from the homes, in. This: agi-nt doe not eem to be aware that all ihis was election, with simplicity candor, and truth, without This is the Telegraph' expUnntion of the monstrous eventful .f revert, zs time most exntin r and
their of
to be secured by the munificence of the govern. communicated by Col Callava !o the Spanish Minister being run through the body, cudgelled, or "jumpedupon. connexion which has taktn pi.ice between Messr Clay epoch days patriotic feeling.!
twelve and was sent to Congiesn in a message "
years ago and Calhoun. The the l
i u< i is now seen in in pi't.Lers -
\ of the President on the 29ih of January hS22, The first appearance of Mr. Call on the theatte of of winch the national and nullity ing l Party hate Vice President Illect.-The Fbi Martin Van

of South-Carolina will re-assemble Doc 42, '3 VI Cx. papers. 1841 '2 All the papers Florida was at Pensacola, and one of his first acts been recently delivered. 1'Iie otl'-jumg boar e-viJent Buren arrived in Ne\-\'i on Tuesday! rrorniiigfrom -

Pt Ptvni1ed Convention thatlhenullification oi Col Cali.ua or those in 1m potisatsion as Governor shews an inordinate propensity for public money, marks in their pei>on of l..e p .t.:rnit> of ach. One Albany, on his way to Washington,

wxL-hi* presumed and ComtniHtHry wen examined by a commission appointed which has more fully developed itself, in divers ways is as round a>i<1 compact a> conso.idaJioa: cai make him.he and stopped the City Ho'ef.

will be suspended until the adjournmcni oi by lien J.ckou. aud their rep .rtis printed since. If the public journals are to be credited, he recicd > other is JIH loosvly hung together as a nuihrier would

Cor. rrss, as there is now a prospect of aJ- f'lth these paptrs. IIL-SH commissioners report that *- a pretty round sum from the Treasury, for have the Union. Veto Ezfraordinari .-Ui v. flu nklin of Missouri

the tariff quesliuu by matual concession und the Spanish Secretary produced the papers and on "hriiving Gen. Jackso-is horses fion 'rcii1issce.Let ."- But to the purpose thoronnequence of the trim. con. has vetoed a bill to ih\orci* Mary Ann and David

examining the said paperf), it appeared with a few ex- thai piss ; my huin'ss ia v.uh him, since his m- between Messrs Clay atr! Calnoun. Tho Editor of Dunlap from the bonds of

1O1rOflh1SC.; ceptions that they related to courts martial. aid personal rival. Atler li-s arrival v.uh the "horses" nis first the TelegrHph tells us u vvis o Azt' -rpi. to the anti- matrimony. x

' Feb. 15h! 1833IR disputes, betwec officer> and soldiers cognizable in act, was diss-i'n-dienee'! tt'ie order of Gen. Jackson, nullifiers to take him -anl: ecju'il y so for the nulnfiers

WASHINGTON of Mitchel and others, vs: the tmlitar) tribunal but the following papers (.-eln- in not giving J'.i'laui' a written message, which occasioned to swallow Mr. Gale- but then inc alternate o, F. P The Lw ..4Iilkr.-Tt.ere i is a Livin Vernnt

DrkR : -The case his been rontinot ting to then law suits) they thought ought to be retained the qiurrel etw-en Gciieral Jackson aid: Gov. Blair made tha pill pnlatu.ible! to tin-so ultra opponents by wch; a rail.er is N..iijictt-d! to a {-t-nwlt for ir-

t. States, (Korlies lfthC purchase CouiiM-1) of the II. Siai 's.upon Ah and they were retained.: 1 mk leave to invite your i \illavn, an:i that qu.Arl l, wih all its unhxppy consequences NOW we ask, how it happt'iied that tile week aitorMessrs fusing to grind, \viiec ; cd i'onii to t'o. How-
e application ( attention to the letter of the Spai.i minister. Mr o1- la.e of Gales and Se-aon elected land J itobison h.ivr.
to maiir driving out a portion in most< respvu'ilfj were puntera to tan come I'm the C..ClIa'i'
I: is case and is subjort deeply to interesting the mi>sl gross a misrepresent great Uois prns onion to the Secretary cf State at pasf-j 97 of Doc. 4'2 ; -'pir.Uh: population, and distuning the rc.iiaimL'r Mou- e of Kepresentative > their lrii-n is i-. (he Senate that he could ri-t: -cifitloinK irnrd : ran tbr

24flhl Uic letter of the Attorney General lu mi', containing the prwte<>t of Gol. C'i lava in ttiin lotler. depends upon H dispute.! p'inl veracity, in amounting to sixteen or ei hti.en. soould, for the most the purpose ot uistill.iti, nf..si-d pp iJip r, '. .aa'ros
.' you and protest it H conclusively piove l. that no pipers wei w.ieh4r.. Call is o.l G/iv. Ciliivumu rt. over to the liiiets, and swallow .
tO on
the of lite. Allis diUM-tly ojiji- p go D'J'Unefi' \ cited n-d Imsd. Ifc
nd n Iruvr from me to Secretary j- : : iipphtil[ to tir* i.iji: itnre -
curried col. Call.iva wuich 'eionyed to ih* LK "
away by b .
Oruzai. The exliibair.n of this ir.dvidul t'cr > eciiN hiinsrlf. The Aationan
next ptas ;
pretence of getting papers is a humbttg, a peri c. auider the Treaty. Smc'j 'he iov.:rnm mt of ti! i LT- Cajil. that i"r rc-! ;, :....l 1 tii.u b dy, nt tl.eir Iart si v- 'ri.
after affair whirli cannot it was of their Iia.eeief
r-sulled oul
producing this in a "by po-ver to
Make il for A
ai. if it* injittUcc did nol UHI t>rious S. urge the e.xitinuuiic'- ihi- <*;ius { emitil Col. Cailivu collision between Gen. nekton and all the S/a.ii-i; ted their! favont, becwui-e in th* ii givr fr> ail r.-;Lti9i..e

can be. ard fiom, 1 take pl. jhurein tran-cnbi.ij-: ; priveie r i>f refti-p to jjrirui grain tc Lt u-td
.i great of tie frmn'Js ;
ofiln lmiMsratioj ;
his < :
Tic Court to give a continuance on off crs, was i prmpsti0n! on pirt, to t'ie General a voi cl Ii in !
wore willing fn.m his statement undei oath what has huet. in j>osii4ii Editor of the ,n tne inartiiiicii re of t'l-Mi.Vl .
at the bii lina of the lu\h officers of tlieYrnmcnt that to settle the atTair, he thought it best thai each ol Intclli vencr. to *hw ihe t-iein eor ma- IirIts.
ground .ge
fly .. o.r the (. ovoinment! sne1 'J.On tht7tli I ol
liter fit ct.nour.reii U"uu..! .'
first lo theta and General Jarksons f.fii.-crs should chaliene each one tin 0. 5t1I ; :( aiun. n..tthey
< ofrc&Lct secondly
\ ,
; i vrtii a senseless claim r, being raised in &. out w." July I sst i delivered U C.t Fiurula! to tl.e conii-.u\ of Col. CallavaN, and J settle it in mortal o-nb.iu. Tliis mitfht choose th'-ir favoriii-: they would litt :iso Creel Daniel Trent.--T! r Iu'ew York Journal
pit Doa Andrew J ck ;on, in uunc ct held in the (j
: : a > iv-
lie "ovcinmeiil by demagogues f ir finally doing 'riciofjustcf | was ralliT tn'> sutnniary, CVMI fir Ge- n-K'-o'i, ar'I 1 ':ri as :.he 1 fiiend- of ii r. C i I-mv avv from tis; *jiov"i-'iil of C-'iuimt-i) _- nl 'i' .! -.-.<| iy rimr.m.g rfu.t.iius tiC
; rnnieiit llour 'Jheie l h ieccil fium iu". fti .
I the combined is'.wul of dcil'i, bviithmtnt was su.idliiuicd. Il \tcrhap1 a likelihood ol" the eir-rtion tat tii! -s and ea.ii. ti.f> .
to claimants against powruofilir > t-/uti amid documents regiuered and directly proctt 1i11;; of CMHJ; -"* M i'h-y '. cre
(Jim-rnmenL Tlie title will be con unid ref.ilmg.to ?, f T'.t'na'e! tha Gen. CaMs!! Hve! wa101 ta- foiH.vuth put in th 'ir !. .HOIS; fr Iutt II.K> n. Can :m'.> lrami-m'-'I i hm- e-mliLtr-
the and of that i..c.- tm'- s own cpre-e., tu'tIII -
: certainly as iliil) next January will corno Fvcrymnp'e piopett} sovereignty pro *o >.'-n i as the iirt introdu-tiyu of Florida, ns A province- one be so blind as not J.' know Why t..e Nat.o.-.a's' who
is Fijrida und ho received them by'fdiiuful and ud uncOi" it.e IM V tnt aiul
':\ i t I : ; express, ld.us \\&
on which it depends have )teen decided i" i Uo our Union, would have b,en signali/ by a Moody in the h'r-it in'tince. voted f omthe a'iu.m. i'ii :S. e.ce'i.shouU' .
which had heuu vvi.li tlu i.iv.jncuof .
ve.utorieu. ooaija'cd .Jocam m l.r! I.
tr. ;
lie Cherokee case, \Vion seeing i'\v: p.o-j.oc oi f lUsiicc* mniieuiately
. jil6. by four :*, and ce-ftlied to l ho cot
ii AreJondifs and Purchemans cases. In this latter < uc-riioi i-cr. t H i the enl. hiened era in which we liv -. The S4>a>.- cast their votjur tho .rei- ol te iiulli.-i.! ? v\ *

' ., the opinion in Arc-dondoes has been reviewed"ii.l Gui Cdluva tlioji numoratoii the jnp js he carried I i. h ffice'-s cr erish so much of the casol.An sp.n:, and think not. i he fri"inN of lir Cliy ueie :mlv ..['IIMZed l hail Joz.-l ..Eiplerr.tuckv .- ,,t- .rjrsitnrc' & n-
relatir.g to )! !i.is, otlicsrs, couitmutial ad-
. affirmed. It is in vain to struggle ia such a case.f away which irtsu"h M'inrp shooters, that it is doubtful w'n' tier, that this coui&e w ati c'nr .1, it vva-. i ,,attol ti>e l, t jttLbifl: : ;i tN.v.-d! <-vtder.ctnft1 1.1-
mtralv Ac. no 'i' nciude l in th'lipuiA
were u. :; .
says e
f When I caine i.o Congress, there were about five :tiuii ol' Hie tiea ) ant4 nf n<> UicteBi! to tIme U. S in a triqi by '.-ii'le ( ihat sort, there would have been arliciea of paitner' iiip between Me"Si thj and t'.ii- .or 'tn tvitit- i. tt rig rd tne It i! K<>.xi s_, it 4ut..r
all of whom wished ii confirmed. Ai Is left 'o his "horses" back houn thai the pat.ouaga of Congres'> .hs.'i he ibm m,1il ,
; oplc m the grant, Un'l! lliexe circumt I'iceH caii u.iy tier icpoit be expected d'O.imp enough cany ()tCtEflhiaLIt.c.t'm; j& | 5'Zgr .i Lh. ant-! ;
. ; Tlii-n there was no pre-nmption law ; now perhaps 1'ujn this} oriic'T, .iMl sj.fjunl any other he mri<:e, tenncssee, il Ihc General had laikn into the mad l between their two jtdj.fr; f f.n tii*- pu po f ol um.m t.-g the L"XLmgte':; 4: .:..! <>.'!i t..d ii'aoJ 1. II

e q 50 people and a pre-empion law. Ii is very clear (which H nnpo; .ii)common v, ar fly in lortv lji>,().)O tio.i.; .- >i: CTCfit (it It.*

ji tut these people would prefer to have the claim re- would it brf icceived. and acti. upuu, all .r he has been L :me next we hear of Mr. Call is his ssr>cidtion with which .they G'ate.mean to wage upon lhe 1'rosideiU'siralion. atimmmnta- : state. The Governor 1.; .s jpj.rovd: the Liu7orrtJ

jcc'ed w far as their interest --oncerned, but there den lu-iced .*fnrn our c.nj 01 Hie continent to the .thcr .f"''d. e Brackenridge, in the practice of ihe hw, iboui ---

t $$fannol be an honest man who wishes it rejected, wheth- whether ju> lvoi nut. is tOt fur nie to s.y; rd i/" not the time he nrul read the first volume! of BIalcstntmo Acri&ut. \ 'mtn-mCd I.
;I 4r: OIId or bad. uch a principle would lead lo uni- received, a ail c-uiMde ed m their fau-ui. ought it to be ft.r the first nine," according to the Judge, and when E4ractfi-orn a letter fa vie It-liter rliiel e are ) ; a
I-,,. ptr-i hk nni-i ; t'e'ttjn lr()(n I'lyn-o ,tr:, Ztt a moM .i tu S't.i ;:ccuienf -
JI L'teit.ixl: larceny and l roblcry.-l3ecause H is my uverea; against tiiein ? iinnn i'rrer ( z1 rn-tv nd.Tfl.r1 MEXICO, N iv. 9tii, 332.MT .

). :fifo; have your properly, I will luve it law or no L.tw.- The fact nothing can l>e \p-cted from this enced youth': :' to use lhe language of Judge Biackslone. DEAR SIR :-The ciicLcd newSpaper will happened; m tmt ts-un last v.ttrk. 1e
will he decided ge.vtlemau. The ruling passion developed itself in the first sail.- circumstances n* i.e i.iivJ thpp> arc a. 1 im -\-. *.
his claim rightly, justly, legally ; amid if your agent IH waiting: in Cuba, for hi- tell you very distinctly the situation of tings in
hy then eliould the nucleus of Tallahassee stimnlau repot, vvhun tbal report is in your department ban After a great deal leaching and lecturing, the young this capital. Gen. Santa AHnaOuis, for the i.Wl 17 A nun was cutting up mtul ; i i4 tat e, INMU :i

part of these worthy settlers, 'o abuse the claimants been sent to C.iw'ri-ss eleven years ago, and printed. 1 innior appeared and acquitted hit>sef! so much to his days heM Mexico m ciose investment, end we ate large kmle! it ui.f i .irair; giaeeetl 'itui "r' ric

nd heir counsel. humbly aud most especiluhy ask, is itjuit or pioper own satisfaction, and so far distanced his senior partner beginning to feel its eflccu pretty st-vcieiy. All! one of his d.ucMers I nrd r.K-ittuilj t I kli'; t-r.
it.tho claim be bad was there ever an instance in lhat he went home and throwing himself on the
that thu ea8 which las bem belore the government (or articles suhsiatatice A Ln .'e kettu- filled v.uh b"i m.r j-oap u *' ; *
jytaluihti-ned Christian-country, where a man was tittee. said with an oath, -. I laid it. open to are at the moment 100 per
the which
twelve years cost have amounted to thirty he.irth at U I liuse s.d : i.-f
e % t':f. rrv fti : ;: i.tin
If enounced and alvisinl for arguing a her dims was s--; the sire '
I uppose I hid de-feuded Rogers for the nuiidcr so much under Pucii pretexts until llthe claimants! dejd.year treated Judge Br.ickenndge as an incumbrance, and at any price, many thafvare iiuhs! enbable. t>/ phctS:

;ondcmntd: in Leon aidJcff< rson, would it be just or The U b. tiHve three tune iaid they were re icady for net long afterwards, attempted to negotiate a large The want of fuel Is most severly leit, and tai s was so iiiUt-.s ;i 'ilitft h : r.e il aster, lhat fii'tr..Ito t

, rncr that 1 should be held responsible f< r such a trial, we are bound to make out a good legal title, or conditional fee, without letting his partner in for morning charcoal actually hold at 12 1-2 ccits per relate, s.ie let inni i r t'.tii into tl.e im'I...&!
S The fact these deceived and this 8'iarks." The of West Florida then a411i1 ll S'ttt'ivid ij'ii u few iiiomfiiis ; IK r it
*rnue. is, people are fail of suc 68. The government has a soil of uliiqu ty, Judges were a pound. IOU must know mat im wood is eni.iloy- faoap ;
i omintuiiiciwill keep up the deception. its agents are every where, and if m twelve year- 'ii.I i U. upstart coxcomb, who innaway for a criminal oft'eiice ed here culinary purjxsa| rid the little bn-uij'il uat.ik .i s>'.t. Tilt.ui t-.e.sut: picc o. Llrcetimm

. This new ajjentjWh u lie spends his 1OOO, and seaich they can find nothiir to impeach agjusl a claim nut long nfterterwards, an amiable deputy clerk into the city is i.secl by the Hikers only, a deceit .t t-.: f.c l p.in nr-. \u.tk-' rived of two bdu td
ol the sfrvice fund will back with f..ni neither of whom hind read the
inc secret come there in Amurica, 1 submit Kentucky, ever n. Bzrteltillt JorntaL
an is humbly whether this therelori in coal is bad the want of
nearly as as
;Lts linger in Ins mouth, or like the assistant counsel ot'p11 is have first volume cf Blnoksionc, for the first time." Before
denmalofjumiice.i sdid
delay not a mucn more bread awl and
;hc government, bring pip.rs: favourable lo the elaiaimts than I intended My object is to ask the favour iii.you such J dgts, it was well to have tuck Icwytrs, as it fill- meat, ol'the latter we shall be greatly Iii our nofceA'f! niport.int assistance rcr.'red -
Vou know tiie judge bcl-iw declared that the these documents filled the god 1)00k, in so mucn as it refeis li the in want within a week. It seems that the besieging
refer the
II. t to to to coneHjon<:etice with the fire
the I.
j at ".
>4jiers bmught by General Call, removed objections Mr. l.ventt, under the last and .Mr. Vamiies. under tins blind leading the blind." These facts are referred army have decided to reduce the place by on S.aimlay evening, by

. Lo the copies of the claimants. The great evil of all4his admini-ilratioii, to tho dipatchies and reports of Mr lo, for the purpose of showing Mr. Calls want of education famine rather than attempt to reduce it by assault troops and seamen 1:1: ihu harbour, wt nmitieu 'v>

js, thai the country is retarded, no permanent Iuw'ii. and should you he >ati-iied: thai neither laws and incapacity and to illustrate his character, I How the affair will terminate u is impossible at stale that a drt.itnmenrof: IT. b. troops was M-st

irovunenls' be nude, and die soillersaie lo be left or Koval rdcrs, <* instruction- can be had from Cuba, propose to show in the progress of subsequent 111101- present to predict. It is said that an Indian made by Capt. baundciis coinitiundtng at C istle I'n-ck-

: in mis state of uneeruinty for another year, and some teaching linn cans, that the Attorney Genera! may be j jso bers, thai lime has nol improved the one, nor altred his way through the besiegers tins morning bcai- ney, under the orders of Lu-uts. Turner ann Amman

6 >t thnu sliniuhied and oadc-d to a certain slate of exiicment uifiirrned, arid lh.it the trial may pruccud. Tincourt the other, and that a life ol Laid jobbing an.l spe.ulaIton ing a despatch t to the Government from Gen. Dusta- wnose early arrival, from their amredrU vicinity

: I have sometimes( thought that they were have decided that they will only! wait foi Inwi and Kov- is nol the best srhiwl, f.>r tlie improvement of intellect meat announcing 1is being on the return to the to the citv. remlr't' their sert ices peculiar
enrouraged to abuse ihecUmai.ts as they did at Cedar or the corre< tiOof tiriout propensities. Mr. 4
al orders efjuivaiont to laws and you know that neither the bead of his said ly valuable and efficient.-ib
i reek, lo piovoke n retaliation, by a den.and for back can bcohtairied in Cuba and to buffer tint cause to bo Call hitched and pitched" along for one year, holding Capital army by some to amount ... -
:: rents on tae of the claimants flarnifliritig ami to 4,000 men ol'ihI arm, whilst others state Jo.-
part to light up a continued under such circumstaircen vvoul.i be nn act a captains appoininienr, receiving pay, practicing

ci them. The claimants so far as 1 have any m- of injustice and oppression, oi which I H.II suio no public law, vviihoat any otuer incident worth recording that it does not exceed liOO. Be the. numbers (.-?.\-rT-i.__e4. _,-im'.. c.tr'v..-_. '..
(1e14C, shall never set up a claim, even against one functionary of thin Government would be capable. than that of his occisiraily siteaKin of the law what Ley may, it will be very dillic.tit to Ibrce

J 1mo said it would be unsafe for me to pass through I have the honor to be. of imlnif-nts" for civil bail, and similar blunders which Gen. Santa Anna's position uric displays ordinary
t' ] aeil in U .(ivicn riii.p y. n > !h< 3ti ul a t.rr a -I.V
lliere. Hut enough of ihis-a sense of injustice and in other pli-'e or before other court would talents. iii
With high considerations of iepcct, my any military ;\Ii-xic.mi4 situated a valley a\situess-N rs. AK ?. "r U7sttK.cmiv.rt of<''';.
*ron Your every by mountains which can iy Vyiu-r, ine! 45h; year of lir '!rc. !h'
*Mild like lo read. wi ,'Jth and inditTt rence of the mc-anj of a it,
JOS M. WHITE. quiring only be crossed at the several well known p.ishes: ; [11cC.oij iiii.pt p.-.aliiii ol"'Provt'l nt' has r.vir> met!
I r 1 am, yours truly, //on. Sec'y of Stale. soon developed, iivlf( in a way to show a dep rooted and every one of tbt-m a Thermop, that I would !.rr r* l.uh tsaiiii' I" icn.fs in the .lccpe.t jVoom.-- l''tteimss
JOSEPH M.WIHTE which him to be unworthy of theconfiden'e
depravity, proves
undertake lo defend with 500 : and .iflal.ii! sef flalfliS, gefltii'i 1IidI1S t
'ILI.UM men ug.tin.st as
WILSON, E'qr. of the p.'ople Florida, and unsife to be nuiiy
IC FFSRtIAnY 11th H3V uid unaffected wettenera1 fr'trar-
thousand and the Kospi-aliiy.
trusted their llepresctuative. The Territorial Government ; General of the uivestmi: Jbrce
' Dear Sir:-We have determined to move for n contenance us -ns'ivS of 'iis: aniiahle laily. "Her tica.b is a ks-. t(
,VASHImGTONFCb. 1833- was organist:d by an act Congress of April is not considered deficient either in skill or cuter-
Sir of the case of Mitchell and others, against the | 3uciL-ry, :i b .rcavti iei f tO 14cr friends, and n hart lendpi -
: An official no'c from lri2J tha. act theju-liciU was vested in two prize besides which he has with biai two Freicbofiiceis
you lo the Attorney Gene : by power who
nl 1 United States, and will make the motion on \\ cd.ii-s- s>t f-kc to two rm-latites-to her husband, can
was read ID the Supreme Court lhe other Superior cour's, Marshals were appoinied Stc. There of reputation, oneofwbom beat General
tho isiri
: day, w day nmrnin. We shall ask for the con'enanc- the me.iMire the extent of Ins loss-to ler children it -
ai i tolin t round of a motion for the continuance the ,round that many original official papers nlaun; to was no time appointed in the act, for it to go into effect Facio at the battle Palmar, when the latter bt-h- .parable.2Jif .
MitcheJ and other?, against the United consequently it went into operation, from its passage eyed himself
States.'he the titles to land in Florida, have not been tlol.vered possession ttUfl impregnable position. -
continuance of tliitf cause is highly jin*l all the creation offices under Gen. Jack- ------ --
injurious ,
lo the according to the treaty of cession, and are now in possession j A week must ik chic the late ot tin* Capital;
It Territory of Florida, and rnim us to the claimants colonial sons' ordinances, were at an end, on the day of the approval e Sa.-k&. of crr.und fair *t receicd
to of the authorities of lh Isluid of L'u- j ii'the advancing force is unable to raise the siege.Ve : j.
jy twtlnng.-ibnot the national (Uilli I of that law as settled similar cases by the
Pt : l liv
p.edged the and fuv saJe low terms
fur the m trea- ba.-That from the communications made to the government \ must capitulate, for Santa Anna commands 4; on
.1 tieltlement of thee claimsUVever Supreme Court. There was no law for executing the.jjidgmcnta HENRY BOND.
. aa a case io which delay was a denial of there by the agent, who WAS sent lo Iluvami.i lo <' of Captain General Jackson, or his two all the resources of the country, as well time money
justice U is receive these and bring them to the U. Slates
114. papers [ subordinate judges Consequently they could only he as subsistence, and i there is no doi-bt but the x- 'ARSHAL'S 43 t.V.-fly virtue'of a writ nl" fie
tluse sufficient fr thai
I d/> not doubt but thai I can 8-ilUfy; and are reasons believing they are sued judgments of a state or foreign: ; tribunal. nula lion of' the city will Coil nm'l the (jovornment toi 1 t- ficn. ti> nm.-. ...- i-.t< il 1 vhill rnnse at nubile
you the At- to decision of the case above mention upon '
, ajtist
Drney (Jexier;)!, that nothing can lie obtaiued thai can. ed necessary as well as others -and that the 'iveriiamuimL I This did nei suit Mr. Call, he to .k out a.i execution i surrender as soon as tammcpresses.. :; izm! : ; the dwov ;>1 i!>0 court: housein ihe city; of

1. rwiJl he received, J by the court The Chief nstice in to,obtain of> llust: the expect.iexl I fr:>m n Clerk, who had no aelhvruy to issue it, put it Nt out- at a distance c-in Ibrm a correct opinion Tnllahee, on tbr 1 .n ?atuday iii April rextftll the

I*BDoaneing" ib<- demion of the court upon the moti >ii, meeting I>f posstssion time Supreme Court.-papers vVe shall upm offer in support into the hi.iils df a sheriff uut of office, levied u upon of I the miserable! distracted t condition of liirs pfipe *- right, title, clair-i a-i- .:,-rest of "Uenjamin G. ThortcnHi
I the cia simut U continued the most valuable in Pensacola, sold it a- and to the loKo. nn-uriedpropertytnwit : Iota
long an here letter from ihc of property and 1 convinced that least i
Ipro4tt H a I of our motion, a secretary stai: ; am a generation at (
of obtaining any Spwnisli Jaw. or Royal order, addressed to gainsi. the settled law of Spain, then in force, parcha'cd : must belore beneficial r>;Joj.. f;G, 67 70. Mtt. t'3. .7 asmi 08, in the original planof
t Louchirig the cage." It IN parent that the courts me. il hum.If; and sold il lo two officers of the army pass away any change is the cuy of T-.f,, ,., -m--e aBtj ai.o> lots Nos. 23, 24,

ibot, aud will not, and oogui i>ot, to receive any docuIsneot can- lomi\ dear sir,Your very obedient respectfully servant, without tcsrronf'j/, which proved his knowledge ol the effected ; the ignorance: superstition and servijityof 225, 2G, *7, b, '14:;, v-,(,. 247.24> 249, 2"iO, 251 and

outxoJkced| asdpioverf m the trial of thu cause U. 13., TAIN'EY.FOR defects of the iitle, and afterwards inlioduct, himself, the great ma.ss of the population engendered 25-2, in the ait.iltiui; t.. Lc city of Tallahassee, Ieimd

low, oules rt Iw in the nature 'if a law, or a Royal a bill i.Uo the first Legi>lalive Council to l-guue con- during three centuries despotism and! misrule on as tl.e p' op -rty if l-ie said BmmjnmmnG.to Thorntjn,

urdVr. If 1 prove lo von frimi the records of your own vcy ncc<5 (->f properly, subceqiicnl lu the sunendcr oilhe has left them without the knowledge to appreciate satisfy A judjime-n: ia favour "Wcllford and 1'ltIhiflt. -
_, 2llrtn3: !it, thil no new taw or RoyuJ order can bo ex- Floridas to the United 2Mues.; Tliat miqunuoiis! nr thin- t-nfT'Tv In xiisl.iin-- 'rr svster' -- f rit'it' \ Sale withiii time legal hours. .
''Ic ,. j LfUM "re i calculated a widow and children of ; ; ;:;;; : T. K. RANDOLPH marshal.
/onwill> sanotelo the Attarr In Gnvernmciit it is the and the bill, : to depnYe ment. True, they liave thrown oft'the Spanish
: Y Uen-ra| tint n republican right, dt fiance of liw was deleatcd by our 29uls A. A. FI-'UFR d. m.
tr agent cannot in Cuba their in but in have by
i ucLi get any duty, of every cilizcti, freely to examine into the qualifications p.opeity yoke, doing so, g;>.ned little in the
Solar as law deleir.ite and fiom ih U period be laird
are concerned, the Gov- m.iy
habits and ch'rarI'rs of those who present marchot liberty. Tiie Priest and the Aristocracy __ ;:
UflCilt ,
( : the
tur iit.i. oivcrof
e Lmtcti tS'ati-6 instructed their ministerknit's the riiicorous hostility of Mr. Call lo him and 10 all of -t ; la p.-ran.incc of an -ounty
hr. ) toubijn all that could bo found be the representatives of tin people. 1 h-ww 4itsometime. his friends. are as dominant at pros< /it, as during the last I I court ol' the coiii'ty cf Gadsdcn, I slmll diet at1ublk

: jj in tipam .', happens, that this right, is attempted to me century, and until intellectual |Iiiit i is more generally aIe on the second Mun.'ay inLay next, the
,: th tUCCcij wa agdiu imastruced to controlled exercise P1 tl'IC of FlorM can you liiik! : it safe to entrust diffused the
ny the better. to
5we connot tor
awl tinahly the two things change Mowing! lots in iht- town of Quiwy, belM.pin
hi10< w4re aaju di.ecied mIgiIters who succeoed suspended and destroyed, by threatening, and builyin your interests in Congress, to one, who has neither the Globe. of Mark M'H.m dereawd, Knoavn in the planofsaid

r unci ibe United Stat..N have to oba.n what could be ::, and pistoleerinjr, or to use n iOnic refuted t"rm "f requisite abilit! ) :mudeMtion, ur jiiinciple-, to manage estate town, ns hts Kus. 113, tlf>, 117 and IIS on a
LE m the library of tbe the Tallahassee Neuclcus, by 'jumping o.i" the rash pp.Llr c-m.-trns, in a vcty to promote your indi-
deiartmneat yiur until the first of Ja next, the purchaser
and of Coiigrei Szrannah! Ffb. Mtii. Celebration of the C'/n- credit day luary
w bOok evc paa.sh and ill fated oman, whose independoi.re leads him to viduil intert-sts. or lhe general prurpcrity of your :xdopted flics. The lois are
f lan<1- that IS lo be found in thu bd.| iio wish evince ihiniohnesj of Georjhn. On Tuesday the 12th insU the giun bond and 'v>o good seem
nd of Cu ,,. C such an examination If this exiuniritbn b a conceded comury. If you nl lo tonary ; the public

he lawiPr-- of l'ew v3onokl"wsbettertl'a" yourself that rigiu, in all in1* iios, in well re uLited tcietits: and l lolly if a shepherd who would commit Centennial I aiujiversary of Oijletborp's first laiidmi? well would inipioved affV,id and contiguous resdenw io for a private square family. ;
Orlt a pleasant
Ut Spaujahm law i book.
en or the laws that "nd not tO Cub4. bo much it applies mure forcibly to all suh, as oflet you lo p-uise and reflect and listen well lo what you founding time colony Georgia, was celt orated in inVtcd to attend the s-e.
be Lwked rThe are
ave decided in this may court themselves to the public, RH candidates, chalk-nrini: hear from JUtflUi. this city in a Incoming and spirited manner. At 21 MARY M'TIAN, adm'trix.
I r cac that no llww ev deir cc
ho ha tVu" voluntarily a scrutiny into their prctentinns, for public o'clock "
and volunteer formed
ten the different
S Instructions' they therefore consider Royal orders employment. If this right were doub:ful, the peri >avhotc Printers to Congress.Galas and Sen/on have been I carps 1H Qy.! t S BALI'/.El L,
in the of'tie under the command
. I nat-ure of la" \ claims I intend to ir.vestigate, is the lust m this elected Printers for the next Ilou-e of Uepreite-ntativejj on ;he right Exchange jpOUNSELI OR AND ATTORNEY ATLAW.

. rer'te/tl-.tT0118 a position which caqnol be contro-. community who ought to object to it, because lie has and will. WH have no doubt, elected for the Sonate axounlefts of Col. VVilliams, and af-er marching in.the route / -llav'njr ored to Tnlbhissee, will practice in
2uba, whichdjd* are nt Royal order or instructions in been most conspicuous, in exercising it for himself. I for thu favour conferred by the nulhfiers the prescribed by the Committee Arrangements., returned -1 tim-. coOl i.- 'i' I urrersRini' -i ttppeams A .-, :_rm nuc.u >t.r.ort. uf.v "- rt/inr' -- -- <.

nd none that were net emenate fr.'m the crown of pain, propose in a few essays, ti show that Mr. Call, who I liouxeol tlfpreseiitatives upon the Aintrtcun ytzeut to the same ground alum lorrneu the escorte f-.r he county of Leon. G.xdsden and Jackson in this

Indies If nut registered '" the council of the propones himselt for n napdidate for the Rtifiera es ol men, the latter will consi-nt lo compensate the former of the procession. And n bout half pt-t eleven, the territ"ry. Talialmassee, Mmch 9lh 1333. 26wF

, a much reaytP'ndli.R al der' ever issued there the voters of Florida, does not possess the talents, habits in the Kcnato hy the "lection ot lulF Gieen i'lusiH procession moved to .Methodise' Church, which
I tigiutl PM5abini/ of the preservation of the and for station he solicits the punters better : -ALE.---A prime fellow, a good bricklayer
record at qualifications the arm not, perhaps very likely, ris can manage with a commendable put riot isjn had been lent for of
the tIjjuuah, U f thin of the papers addresed has committed a is that disqualify him to claim th. the niattor between the i.selves to promoto their After the throne of and field hand : eiVhl well broke most
Cube. the occasion an to
nder the aat and know tliiit tlis governmiit confidence of the Territory. I need not say how painful mutual prolit and convenience than their friend in the th m first rate : a fine young horse warranted gentle,

rough their mjujters P'e8ent ndminutration have caused it iSj to expose any individual, as he must be exposed tvvSi huuxes c n do il for them.We Grace, from the Rev. Mr. Pierce, of that Church tnd l to draw well.- also, lumber of every description,

( be made, at that court, a thor.ugh examlofl if truth and justice be indicated. But he invites nrc uot much surprised at this result us our readers I Robert M. Charleton, Esq. recited an ode written which will be delivered nl the shortest notice. Apply
Cau.e lOne iuch ec inr i have been found it, and I an. not lo be deterred by the pistol, the club, IIMV: perceive from the remarks wo have heretofotc by himself for the occasion, with which we, in at the subscriber's mill, U'e the property of Col.Vassw

. hr PdeUtrthat SZt or Ver exidled. I wu tuld by or the (more frequently threatened, though never ex made upon the Mihjecied ; but vve must miy that the comiiion with a crowded auditory were highly de fourteen mile- east of Tall-'hassoe! : rn the Aufius'.iQroaJ.

a special cnudectial ageot was ocutcd) more approved plan of "jumping on," That thing bat been won udrottly managed,' by Ucleadcrsin lighted. His manner of deli very, and his matter l2C3wj FRANCIS (;. PFaOLEAU*


I A _


.... ._ _
'. ,Lr "- ,. -, _: ___ U- ---a-
--L _
LAWS OFFLORitU.Cair. I tic of the pace, within this territoryto attend t the county courts A ggmmBMSBiaaMi = :; -:LL1NGOFF LOW FOR A a--q

of his county, at the first tprm thereof in each and every year, Storage $ Commission Bus$ ness.Wi I'HEsubscriher, athi newstorej( corner of J-".

676 [rNu 19] AN ACT relating to fees. for the purpose of transacting county business ; any two of whom .1.- son and Monroe-streets handsome offers for sale to tlttP16 I*
lie ia rI
SEC. 1. Bi* it enacted by the G ivernor and Legislative coun- with the judge of said court, or if the said judge from any cause : iI: Wil named general articles, at the most reduced asthrtmerof prices the for follow?J

cil of the Territory of Flordia, That the net to determine the should not attend said court, any three of whom shall constitute cash.7 ,

II'' fee or certain officers in this: territory, and for other purposes the necessary quorum for the transaction of county business ; a Iare and DRY-GOODS

I H' I .' passed November 22d 1828, be and the same is hereby reviv and in any county in this territory, where the times of holding '_I glnu.Mihscribers_ commodious: Ware-House are now, with erecting a Patent.Cotton Silks, Black, Grosdenap, Italian Lutestring B

! 4 j ed. the several 4erm: of the county court thereof as provided for in Press f.r the pu:pose of packing cotton and skins, and Sarcenet, Blue, Green, Pink, and white Floi, i

I c, SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That all arts and parts ofacts I I this act, nre not fixed and appointed by law, the said county compressing Cotton for shipment, it will be in operation Figured Silks in variety, Irish Poplin, Silk Velet\
! court when in session, for the transaction of business in a short time. They are now ready to purchase Cotton do.,Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calico' %
, passed: subsequent to said act, in the preceding .section county Sipj
I stored -
: Cotton or make liberal advances on Cotton Black Lasting, Bobinel and thread Laces,IrishLinei-i
mentioned, regulating fees, except the act prohibiting clerks of may fix and appoint them. with them for shipment to any port in the S. A. Sea Island; Cotton Shirting; Plain and figured' JjJ?

(I county courts, from pay for extra services, be and the same are SEC. 6. Be it further enacfed. That the said county Courts Their charge for storage is 25 cents a bale by the season neett, Swiss and Book :\J..sli >lkawls, worked h

hereby repealed. being in session for the transaction of county business, as diiec- which they do not exact if they become the pur and dresses, handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Gmhama cap JfJ*J
ted in the next ection of this shall have chasers. They have a number of first rate vessels en- keens, Brown Holland, French Brown Linen Puntf.fUiht
SEC. 3. And be it further enacted: That the- eighth section preceding act power, New York .
New Orleans ,
gaged; to freight for them to tnre Dimity, fine Cloths, Cassamers and
... of the act regulating' the fees of certain: officers, approved Feb- '!j i by any agent, by said courts appointed for that purpose, to sue and Charleston, and they will engage to carry freightto white and Red Flannel, Ne-rro cloths, Scotch CassineiJ.and R J

ruary the 1 10th 1832, be and the stunhereby: \ declared: ; not -tohavft .,| for and prohibit, from trespass any lands that: may belong tq those places as low as any vessels in the trade, sift sheetinir, O anbnrcs; &..C.&C.HARDWARE.

; been in force, and all just and lawful t accounts of the officers :! their counties: respeCtis ely, and may sell and dispose of theme and no charge will be nude lor lightering. 11AML1.of Cotton

; of this terntoi v, for services: rendered, hall be settled and : sa for the use of their respective counties! m such manner as if shipped:Magnolia I by, Oct.them.9, 1832.J. G. & N. M"-:! .

adjusted, without any reference 10 said. eighth eclon. I said courts may" de-em oest. The said courts thu in session ___ Alar e and extensive assonnicnt of Hardwa IIGri

S IC. 4. Be it further enacted. That judnes or presiding justicee I shrill and may take cognizance of all matters: relating to the J. G. & N. IIAMLIN, sifting of Knives and Forkes, Pen! Knives, 8poon.,..

-. of county courts shall; be allowed for each order at chambers I opening and kepiu! in repair of roads within their respective HA VE. just received from New-Orleans, and offer Scissors with ;i complete, Razors,assortment Locks, Ar timers carpenters,Chisels,&c.PLA, j "ethe

seventy-live cents, and for each order in icriiiiitnc; thirty j:I counties, appointing overseers and surveyors, of said roads, establishing 50 Bbls. old whiskey, F.s. MM

seven and a half cent i 'ferries, and erecting and keeping in repair, bridge and too Fine Kr mucky bagging BOO'rS&SHOESkt luL \.'

SEC 5. And be it further enacted That port wardens! shall I I causewavs: and iir.mting writ of ad quad d.uimum, loi the erection 100 Coils bale rope, A large assortment of -
receive for th' first vi-it: to examine and survey the hatches of ;j of mills and other water works, lor establishing and regulating 50 10 Elhds.Bbls. new Bacon flour, ,. more and }:\v-YOItK .,.
a vessel, three dollars : for tir>t visit to \'eyeveiy three dollars : patrols when necessary, and for the inaiutainance and i 20 Sacks ooflfce, lDCDCD'4si3! JiilD Lt "

.. vlh'r'i it to examine: vessel or goodtwo dollars, at. I. support| of the poor, and infirm of their respcctivt counties, andshall I 50 Bbls. Rum, and i'umj-b, Ladies: satin and IVunSj Ta

tenilhj: ; and directing sales at auction per 'day, five dollars ; have power to levy .uid collect a poll and other tax for the 200 b'ar.ksSalt, Shoes, brofj-ins, &c. !:tutit

every certificate, tuo dollars ; attending -"urvey out of jhe said purposes : Provided th.t whenever it h-ill be deemed ne- 25 10 B b'egs)xcs tobacco io..Magnolina : HATS.ANDCAPS.;:the

: cily or 'town, in addition t tl) the regular fees: and a conveyance cessaiy! by any county court, to levy allY other than a poll tax, ._: ,_Novfrnhcr_6th 1M.___ A superior sorth.cm. oi the!:c5e.rhia. -

I funu.-hrd, per day, thire, dollar ; Pro\'icJl'llthl'Y shall in no case it shall be the duty of :uch court to establish; : the average value NE\V STORE most fashionable HATS & CAPS c11

,( be allowed to elume: fee, unless specially called: on. of slaves in the said county, anJ no greater tax :shall be levied all descriptions. ;iceo!' fUt

Passed, Feb. 17, 1833. on other property than i 1or --hall bu proportioned to the tax IN QU1NCT. ,.of:

..!JJ11! ) ,.Ot'td( Feb. 17, 1833. levied by the snid court, upon} iives; ii; tho aid county : Provitltd i; subscriber his jut lern-ivcil from 'l'ull.llra <;ee GROCERIES.

also, that: no county tax -lull be le\ Icd by the county court Till! IS III\ opening vit the corner store form-rly. A lure stock in all its vurvety. >eeTJi<

CMA?. 677 [=No. iitl ] l1"CT r. irnin the: Cominl;..,ioncr of the Talla- (If ist. Johns county, for thi> purpose of erecting public buildings out ied by .Messrs. J. K B. P. Petty, and opposite Mrs.II FLOUR.

hI-; e.' i'tuiil. of any kind. In opening! aud repairing roads personal service uls l..n- ftstilhshed an-l wt-ll known t hotel, ..tea!

SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the :.tJ\'mor and itgilative I I alone shall be 'd JL.RG } 1-ND GEN 1.rAL vCO :
rcquin or a commutation: in lieu thereof: at the Fifty Barrels si.penur I ne\v "wheat flout 2btIe.

cil of the IVrritory of FInd, That the eunt1nA-incr conn-I election of thH per>on WuOro services are required, not to exceed m:1i'l: : a' 11'. .:i'JJJ whee.

Tallalvi'ssee: Fund, shill! bcrcLtt'r receive tiie S.HU; of two hundred I one dollar IKT day. il.JLL J.JllY-tTjUlj. ALSO. < .

dollars annually: in lull lor all his services. I fc;>,:c. 7. Bo it further Mic.tcd: ( Th.it the county taxes shall \\'hilh are in juriasioilows! .- I-ifest fashioned and best! ) anci Glass [-ni aid:
PASSED rob. 15 1833. ,Sadlery Crockeiy Ware
boft collected in the mann-r as th: 1'c'rrit.lflal '. xe' are colle'.t-: tiU tihY "hiMce\ ami! oil ci.loured C'.di..t.'sUPERfJSE ,

APPROVED Feb. 17, 1933. !, and by the same persons, and Ithall be the duty of the . AND CA.-.SIXF.TT-J" adv\' leclothing, Marina Tin ware, Looking Glasse ,Salt, Kea. .*...
IiiA--; ,uiii handken-hicfs: silk nd do.
: flag FASIIIOXAntt -
\. county court of each CCllHlt.In. >esMon for: the transacti'in of dy made clotiiiiur, stationary, &c. &cSJA1LS
: BONNETS, with !black ostrn-ii feathers and rich rib-
Chap G74. [No. 17. \N ACT
] sUJ'pl'I1It'ntal' to an act limita toe
turns of action pa>-.?u o'clUbeflIlt l Id'-iS concerning county business, to oidr the I I'IX .-oilect' iii ir. of, 10 give bond l'I 'jo-; far "'irainingb: w-th a variety of utliei articles too \l'lCLLlS.T"nahassp" : .
!: Niivrrn!"' I.HI{ l Ir3l. i
r 31tf
the .
SEC. to treasiiMM!r of saul"flutv, with orool. ,sid stiiii.-ieiu( ; ;':' ''I- i-U'in'>t'UtC.ROCERIES
1. He iteiiaited, by the (:sveruor and! Legislative; sccunF 01'j:
\lA NA. A.t 'N4i\
.I council of the Terrn ory of Florida: Tint in all suits no .\' pend t)', in a sum to he deci-it-d and approved by the judge of sai._( ''f; <&C. I t'b.etV

lag, or that be hereafter in.luted: in the county, e.mditisvH-d! 'for the ,faithful pcrlorui.ince; ol. the duties JNI.PO\\.DER 6*
may : courts of ibisleiritoiy } I.a.a..1Il; the grorc. } lin--, just rcc.:i\td irom Ur-
upon iny cause ot action, originating in any .foreign: of his ofil-e.. nod thc ptiticjuai I p.iv/uont: of the amount ol t.ixo.> !c.iiMii a.lihii-mio, his old stork: hams and sides, sup r- D te.!! ft.k:

state or place, any law or tatutu limitation of such foreign i by him eollecteci, :at such si f lied l times as may be fixed by said fine tl'>ur, white Icaf-l nJ. LIQIJID INK.

Ktate or place may be pleaded : Provided however. That such county f'Olrt: : and the said county court thu> in session, iu ea'h (; OSItEX ChEESE AND BUTTFH. ..

plea shall in no case; be adjudged sufficient, unless ithail be county in thu Toiiilory:, shall appoint a county treasurer; to hold B-.sL:: : quality of llavanali !j.rteuctfiVc, sprm eaaI:1r.aic tnd ".t unexampled'h"t qiKiintcil leptitatu-n} wi: 'or i. ths..rit. i.! artic-::upt'r.

mUle tti before the hi s office for thr ler'n of two iiiiless removed very tiiir *in-ke l Si-o"-h: herrings, pippin anpl-s. irii'i! in\iti d < ad the -
appear court wherein it is pleaded, that such years sooner by t ) .ire to r following it op-Cxible .e-.11o\
i potatoes: old ct) inar iir.mdy, do. ilnll.iiui ;gin, .m.iicSjiiri c.
law thc county judge, ullo, before tie! diitie.N I 7ii> to 'he) fact, and to mite trial lor th-ii.-
l, or statute: ot limitations, rnd completely! run upon and bar- eiiteimg upon of his s ucct as i.nporled, olil apple{ brandy .\l"n..nMhiskcy \ ny .t"-vt*I
led the action in such 1 foreign l state or place, before the dl't 'lId- oll liieh &il) I'xeciito a nond to be fiei: in the oUi': ; of the county I lu-b .\ 7 years olol.V. illch together wiih :t v t(rlIC" IlIlporlan.| -kin j i'f 1 haring, Ke the very best o: V. nnnk ...
-I' is luO1: wi u* mentioned.! This kinds k ki
ent had ceased to bo a resident thereof, aud had teinoved there- cl l rk< with gOod and hiiflicient security to be approved; by said rn-ty of other) nrtul.s coits'i'ute arompleie &SSflrTIlI1 .. en in u>e fi ut'u en year; and the testimony tI*,k

(Jjorn.I'a&sedFeb.. jUII e, in the penal sum of at 1 least t,vo thousand dolla.s, or in .iml.t.id is its- \\vicinity.Tne ell calculated. to Mitt the inhabitants; of Cluin-}' i in_ it IS the! arne frm all parts -a tt! e country.respt rit-(.

16. 1833. su *h laiger sum as sueh court may direct, conditioned for the highest prices will be given for COTTON, SCCAR, Rrcomniendalions.Kigisterof '"'

Approved Fth. 17. 1833. laith'ul: :jcrformmco: of the duties of his (iIhC e, and in case the t l1UE: :., SKINS, FURS, -\SDALL OIlIER COUNTRt PKODCtE. : Convtynnces M'ATNAKD} Often, .\ Orleans,Jan.2&, Id3lMt&srs.
: iv Noit : g-i.ilcmen,
office of JAMES: EC'JLKd.; har.ng ,
he :
treasurer shall!
or beconf.c.'ilt
; in county, a used for _
any two have
Df'cemh'r It 1')2. 15'f. yrllIr.ln" aooui j> ars, we the pl -Jjj.
\ CHAP. 673 [No 21X ACT To establish: county cuuiK aad prescribetli'irjunsdictiun. treasurer may be appointed by I tbo j'lU j' e th r-oi, nil the ne.xtsejiion Mire lo inform you that \s e lotind it to be of a super. ffi

thereafter enduing of the county court, ior: tho trau.-"action i L \ '., iJ.>Cr> P. ILL wis> cs i.i' cio' e his I tisi.uss i. quality, and the best we have ever used. It fi'JnsweU
SEC. 1. Be it entctecl: bv tile (;.,vcruor and -islativf' i conn- of county bu-ine.--s. III tii4! ili'-., :1Id will dwpobe: of hi* goodain and gives a permanent blark. lau.m'l
cil of Florida 1, !!<. !'us itin.rin; on hand, Yours pectt"ly! ,
the ;
Territory ol Tint there shall be organised SEC. 8. Be it fill thr r ennried, That the ju>g-* of each c iuuly 10 Buis. wh :-ki-y, ANTONIO I). CIK. ,S. Re ister Ccnrnancu.. fj: pao :

ill each of the counties of ihi..; tenilorv i a county: court, to buholden I I court, :-hall have (power ei.hor in open coun I, oi in vacation to :3 rutn, CHARLr. BA): 0\, lJpniy J: !:.ultT. : tat

by one judge, who shall! !be appointed) hy the GIh't rn)1 ttk": te pr,1 ate of wills rant and revoke letters t t.-tamenlary, 10 i..achcrcl, Office{ Ifc/ifc U. S. Cii.ni, D>c.T, 1831. -T''
and Legislative Council and hali hold hii 8 pork, The. Ink Fonder Mayrard: and >oyes'has beta'SOIIC! :
.. : offiea tor the irnn! o: and biters of administration, appoint and irdians, t ltol'adI
di.-place :
i ; oft used
:r 20 sacks "tilt, III dais Office for several parsV e find it
foui( year, the judges of the county < ourts respectively >li ill: inlants t:: orphans, idiots, I unit ick'.., and petsf)."-. non rom />'>-' 111e'&- 20) bo.ics ,-! if t and sherry, ) nuT to any we !have ever used. P. BENSON, Cczikegisters mpt*. )
p'J-S, &s aiid exerrise all the powers, and pet form all thlt 'dulil''; Ii*, and to make all necessary orders jor issuing of prlh'o.' and .{ qc..-k> sweet, ) wixse. Office, Aw-lorfr, Oct. 25, 1S31. ;*beU

1... of jUstictsof j the peace, within in** ii :.it> of their several -on.i- ii 'tCCS. Thai letters testamentary; or of administration.! Mgrand > 10 lflxes-tMI), Messrs. :\1.US.UlD & NOTES't; claf
tu"i but s-lull! have 20 las. fl an, (j t ntlemen,-Having used f your Ii.k about sir ,.
they no jurisdiction, as the tn.ilof d ytttn
ju..tice.tor: by th said shall
be 51
judii'?, i-sued by th' dCI k, and bea 10UUO, tluvaniiu! dcirars, we have no hesitation in pronouncing it superior I :
civil cases, every sue)) judg' betore he cmers upon the du test in the name of said judge. That; the said judge; slnll also tt trail' i arn-ls buckwheat, we have herltot'Jre.used, aid! as such cherrtuily ;recoJli"allY r,.W oM:
$ ties of, his office shall tak\ au It'lth Liiihluhv and iiiiprfriri'ly, to have power to order sale and distribution, in all caes according: 10 ijoxi-, -> riiisins.Tai.h.t..sje i i mend it. Respectfully, your obed'i. serv'is. -

dk.cuRge the same, and ::0 upp.iit the constitution of the United to laws oi' estates, t testate, or intestate, and shall !have arid exercise : February 16th 183J. 28tf DAV1DGLADD JAA1KS M'MbRRAV., ;?ribe occ

:-tates.t. general; powers I":= a judge of I probate, and in the aUooCrJl't Rglliar I'uckiljrotn &.'. SJirks tu Xcw-Orleans. GEUGE lIORl'I.tER..J.JThf' in t

.<.; 2. Be it further enacted. That the county courts\ thusestablibed of t th,: judge: of the superior court, from any count in tin- TTritory fTZ i ill; new scar. Lady VVashinjiion! P. H. Swum: '. above valuable articles may be had at whol natl

shall I b courts of record and --hill} ..hlulnheir respective the jude: of the < c'uurt.h.11 have full a nuattr: will ply between thu and New-Orleans sale and retail, at a small advance on the manufacture"price :
power l a regular ket, this of E. B. PERKINS I IOUe::
counties have! and evcrfi-s :> pat during season. 1ged.Taliar.
original JIJrt..dwliou allcas.'S m all such ord-
t over : rs and, interlocutory decrees in all case* mch.inceiy Fur ireigiii. or passage, having elegant accommoda, :\!>.,(f- January 5th lt S3. 21'!r ::iene.ee
I IIS where the sum, debt damages; or matter.. j in, demand, or pending or to be instituted in the ,superinr C'Olutas '.iMF., apply to the captain on board, or to E. JsEIXAS; fg'dt:. underscriett Ii..vmj, pmThAaui ,lc entire JDJL --I ie caI
; ahull:, be above : b:
IV controversy oily anil Hot nuove oii thunsand said judge of tne county; courts may deem necessary and proper !:\!:o' "' lWe nl.er29th lQS-\ I JiffJOSEPH terest of William: Neernan in the sock of gcods; ,tack

dollais, and also over all -ases when; the sum, or m ilt&ttlh demand and the ;papers therein shall be immediately; returned to th(' L.ADD. will continue to do business at the same stand urdef j ifish :
or the value of the thing in i-oulroveisv is not -aid the firm of Preston and Jones, and h.ave received in
anove fifty superior court, to be ed 'd j w j
pro by court,
doll irs : Proud l. in uth upon superior I! ttK? i> iXLvivcU by laic arrivals from .JV'ttrYork I addition to the old stock from Baltimore and New-York
; cveiy l >; : case: that juri-di' -iion over the: aaahiIv s if su'-h order or interlocutory decrees had .. (Qj C tit
been made such
of and
has by JfiJL .Vcir-Or/ea/w. a heavy supply groceries : are d3ilyexpectiY1r.,
b henlpo
not en giv-'ii lo -
; any other ;;"urt or courts of this superior court. from the latter handsome !
)0) u::. aid naif lurrels mackerel No. 1, 2 and 3. place a assortment 01 p xxig
territory ; and nUo) over -ill cants when: the :-utn.debt.! d'iina:!i
m.1W in demand; jr COUll oversy, i. above liftv: dollar.when: will, or granting letters of administration upon probate any 50 Ms. whiskey, and infnd constantly t-" keep a good supply )f g'oo.: o Say
e 4 ajuJg of 4 superior court w thi.i his iijudicial, di ,irutis) said or upon any cause; m i. bis. Navy and Pilot Bread which hey otTer to sell to their old trienils on th*,ilion
> a party county court, the p-irty applymir to thy hall usual 1 credits feel br favours;
if defendant COlli t, :: pay to 50" Irish IVatnes, : they grateful past andj mea
I plaint or : or >\h>'re such jml.!!,e_cann, >\ for any cause I the judge theieof thr". dollars for his fee, in every cause, to he I 15 Kegs Unseen: Butter, solicit a continuance of their patronage as they intend' ,i t:

I; take cognizance; of the -uit l, and app- Hate jun-dii tiou; over thu paid] at, or before any decision theieon, which in of i'l"' and INIXCS 'obacco, trying to deserve the same. g:ena;
juJgm'-lIts ol anv ju tice of the pe.ice the caston such and case 73 S.\ .Ii" s t-d () tts, THOMAS: PRESTON: r IG'
every recovery, exurutiou hhall be
appeal to be tried a.ttw its merits but : tak-n; as a part ol the costs 0 I 15 bumllrs :2 und Hay, WILLIAM D. JONES.
upon without I:
requiring (11'111 case of probate oi any will, oi granting letters of administration j."> bN. B,)sti,n r'\' ". i beef, Qnincy. February/ 2" IS3' 243 f tt2
t Tvrnie I _
pleadings, but no appeal tWill j justices shall i ilace
any court, shall be allowed! .
to t.11 \s Liverpool silt: -J
be allowed when the in any executor or adimnUliutur,p 'tilE: subscribers have just rt-i ei\td frt-m N. Yl.'rtJ
stun demand or contioversy, does not l paying the ame in his seitlement of the est-ite. :s IMIX.-S Raisins: a large and general assortment of velvet,blue indiI I t&t

exceed ten collars, except lor in.itteis of law apparent of record EC. 10. Be It lunher enacted That there Almonds' Pried Apples, &r. Stc. black cloths, blue, black, t Uussiaugreen, drake ned,1 luprtip

i and m every sUI'h.ca. e the trial in the county court shall in each ju'ticcs.dulrict! in each shall he appointed, M 1 11 'ii"l ln.: Kei nuy 23d 1"33. tt rich plum and st el, mixed, sup' native, superior blaci,1 :

be upon, mid I b) inspection of ihe record. A"d wnt of if I the comity, one Clln)4tahl;/01 more, 1 .\ 1''dh'1' Of' i'\'o.t>d > UiiAUN IN blue, stripr-d, diobilseh, mixed, lontay, green copper nea.coc.
cenioraii, maudamu-. and error, county court, in session for the trausnction of eouuty business tie Ulllli, L.tlt'ry Oil Itth Fcb. 1833.I mixed, nulifying,brown. Mixed, green and union i nixr:I tie e
: hall
prohibition iaa
from the county shall deem it ed i-assimers.lattinctls black .ilk floreuteen, I;ngliSil:
such .tr'w" \U.. :
necessary l'OIllaulto
; ,
to every DC :-I i b..S5U I-tlhdr\\Tn N: .. .53. ..$1')
I au) justices couit, which shall be tested i uy the judge a- by such: county court, to hold his offiee for the term tit -.I.! .,.t It,., . ..23. ...3U 15th. .do, . .34, ..12; silk vesting, fancy do., water silk do, brown do., h UC tio,
'WarJiLig itiu. same.: two uul .:; I. .11.1.. . .G9..0 .z I ed do. black silk velvet, plain and figured drab, I)et 1flgac
f years soon< r removed by the said 16.h. .dt'). . .44. ..S :
SEC3. Ito it turthcr enacted, That appeals from any tion, tht court, or in vaca th..III.I I6.! :30 17th. .( }. . . .. I vatee'D, blue goat hair camlet. Leather caps, natteitv
county by judge; thereof', to tikvand subscribe: o.ilb. t faith: . silk suspenders, gloves, beaver hats, velvet, bombazinei :
I court, sha.l!! be taken to theuperior coun, lioMen in anti for the an : ;;ilL..da. 130 ..311) 18Ih. .dn. . .67, 8 b-r riDe
same a.id fully to perform the d'Jtlt s of ins office, and 'o execute a IHIIU!I .'; Ia ..du . .5l.: ..2t Wlh. .do. . 133.: 8 state mht and silk stocks, bandaners e. silk flag :
I county ; wilts of error, and certiorari, I'idamus:", in the p"nlltuf: five hundred dollars, under the i I(It..d,.) . . $. .. n IJI h. .du. . 10 .S.h..dl kerchiefs, ready-made coats, pantaloons: arid \etts,liJI.len 19wDJ.iJl'
piohibitiou, and injunction shall issue .iom the superior_ court t Ions, and restriction., us same regula .:-\. ) . .IL.i: ..2(11) :2lt. do. .. . 104. S shirts, ngured and plain bosoms, collars made ar\eI'atiiIW t
are IoL
to the couita which hall piescribeu to sin-rill's) by the pio- :)lth.. . the late fashions. All of which are offered for sal e
county be ll. .ts. .211 .
:; obeyed by said county courts; visions ot this act Provided : 2l. .110 . .9. ..8 rtasl'nlb4
: that nothing m this .section con lOtit..ttti . .:\6..W our iricnds and customers, on the most :
re.-pectively, kl. . . 811t.1 i nld
tained shall prevent constable. .. . terms. The subscribers are also, provided with
t>LC. 4. Be it further any irom ;acting in nuru than I .t'l I ..1 24t1i..do..3. .. 8 nd
enacted, That the said courts shall I one justices district in ikn sa-no co' : and l2Ih..dt) . .43. .. .do. . .3 !. 50 workmen, and will make up clothing at short noi ;!
a have: no criminal! jurisdiction: except in cases not capital, where .acancy in any district, the judge inty provid, m l'aoo.tof ; 1 t Jth..do . .93. ..igl. All the nat $2.50: each after the latest fashions.! R. B. &. J. B. BULL..1N g nrfc.I D
the judge ol. the may appoint u constabln O\"l'm cr 20th 1832. l.alf "
tiupeiior: court of thy dl--trrct cannot, fur an) therein, to continue until the Cession I. THO\tAS: flRt' )WN, t:
1H 1 i;(, cause, take cognz.ni: -e of the same, ih'Ui in every such case! n I the coualy court for the 'reln-next actiun of ihfjiealU-r ,'nslullg of I E.: LOCKER.\IAX, UNITED Si ATES MAIL, fcNDREW'L'EAi-BiAI: ..
business. f
hull be the county :7 JOhN
duty of the prosecuting; attorney, to give notice n j SEC. 11. Be it furlh RALH\\iX, A ; U .';OXA. .
T enai-lcd fhat
thereof to the jud.e:; of the county cuit, of thc county m win.h !I. missioned a sheriff .for each there shall be com Ii'; 'It tu:1\: l'. That I.'rp and "cit Linilied twO" : -_.. ..,...\ \ILLE.-Frol11Ci.
H 8Uf h cae originaled, whose duty it shall be county who shall perform) all 110 .:.tory house sltuate,1 \tullroc.st.., and now llC.nlp'c IIIl1bus to A} 't' ,I.achicola.
; a vUireJacias to be i issued thereupon, to cause duties required of nim by law, and before entering on the Ju d I [by henry C. Ashton Esqr. For the various ab ve boavs will t.iuc. CMumbu.: ruternaiely, e'CJ
returnable to the next term ot ihe I. tICS of his office, shall lake and subscribe an oath purp'lsl' of a private dwelling, tavern and Slorl' (the .' .J.td/1Y and! Jr nesJay, nt G o'clock) A. J. for Aachicola '
: said court, to be h ilden at lea.-t twenty days after such nouVe, discharge the duties of his office, and shall faithfully to h.lSI'lJll story being divided into two aparlment ) it and will intersect th'. uew mail stage
/01; and a giand and petit jury to be summoned for that special l of execute bond in the IS wdt calculated, and from its local position imn1t'di. from Tallahassee to Mobile, via Pcnsactta,3i:
pur- penalty two thousand dollars
I po.-.e, in like manner as such juries with good and sufficient security .tcly upposile the to Central Blink 01 Florid," limd in I lara on Tuesday and Tluirs Jay itt neon. In re\1tt\ ,
summoned in .
are the
; supe to be approved of by the the cntrc uf tiit commercial of the will leave [rid: .
g rior court. And the respective; judges of the county part town, nOiitu: Appularhirola r v.Thursday and
ci.Mo.i of the said counly court, ill every courts, condjiiotied fo, the correct and taitnful aIiot% otTers greater .Hh'antages for bu intss. The su1 b.. at 10 o'clock A. M. and: arriat AsiUaga! the Dt JI
J such case:: hall be t final It i is also in performance: of t'riher \\ill rent the whole or a suit o'clock .
I provided, case any suilshail the duties of his said; office which said bond shall be recorded part as m.\y appli.cants. days by >i. ." here passengers wi lIinJit.3: :
Ire instituted M. \VIKOF-t.. tor Tallahassee.
in tny county court III which the of in
judge the oiHce th. io
: 01 clerk of such hrU/u.2Jd
the superior court of the oislricl, in which such court ....:.1 1..1 _L1I court, and tiled therein, and -- -- : t833. 27tf The propneto'? t)f tha ab e li.rhtdnlll'hll'Ouha.! : .
:: county is BQIU uuuu auau not ue vum upon oi me wnom, Rum i invested a larjr capital in iiitin them tor tjie.0'$;
; bolJen, shall be a plaiutirf defendant payment penalty Whiskey, Fruit; $-c. ; :; uj :
party or either party may hereof but bhall remain in full 'force, and the sheriti'amid securities 15 bbls. whiskey ; 10 bbls- rum ; 3 bbls. gin, fort of passc ers, III the confident expecidiscerning thaLn
appeal irom judgment of such county court, or take the case shall be and continue liable to all 9" cidrr, c onmuinity will u...l suhvr this y thc J1 t ; -

by writ of error, directly to the court of appeals in the same vi )\lution or nonperformauce of the persons injured by any 5 qr. casks sweet, } tempt to ? apply Appufochieola wllharegubrlItWJwo
: duties of his office.: That 2 St. Lucia down for want of
same conditions > WINES. patronage.
upon aud 1"1
and limitations as subject to same restrictions the county court in each county in this Territory, any two justices 12 boxes Sherry, ) Appi\Lichicolu! January. 19th 1833. J .,
::: are in of
provided case uppeals beinj; present, shall, from time to time lake the 7 bbls. dryed wpples 2 bbls.
from, or writ of error to the up list of jurois ; dryed peaches: REMOVAL.T .
superior of 25 bbls.
courts thisleruiory. and shall select thertfiom green apples ; 5 bbls. entice 23 bis. flour
: raM more than three fourths ; HIE Subscriber i n(&
:1 It is: also further provide} in 35 bags coffee 10 bis. takes this opportunity to
cnse suit shall! be instituted ; J new buckwheat
any ::: I less than ,
nor bali'ol
; one the whole his iF iat.
Customers -
number and! the
of -ons returned 10 boxes public \\y,
12 ge
in per boxes
court, in which the soap ; candles
any county sperm ,
judge thereof is
l ::: a party, or ot a* jurors, according to law which 25" bunch raisins his removed his Confectionary to ihe 1 Ii $ l1ft.
; selected 20
persons :so shall ; j boxes ditto
which ,
: any cause suhjudge cannot lake cognizance, then in serve 10 bbls. 20 .. 4- M. A Armistead ncar the Capital : I
as grand jurors and petit jurors i:1 the pork ; salt ; 10 bbls. Mackerel L1QUOR-
; ,
manner II
such case the clerk of pointed c keeps on hand the best of
every court ou request of either out law. and 10, OU Spanish sc. ars. Just received At- constantly :
by bug
those persons::: whuse names are rejected said per. 'All kinds-also various kinds of \Vine and shall transfer the and all by lantic from New-York and will be
party same, sold '
papers::: appertaining to it on accommo
county court, shall no longer; be liable to be placed upon the venire dating terms by LAWRENCE P. Porter, Cider, Ale:-Candies, Sweatmeats,
wimout to the clerks othVe HILL
delay the
of superior holden 1 &. .. a'&c
ourt until a new selection be made. _January 5th 1833. DIfferent kinds of Relishes at all tiitie
in and for the samehiiit the party requesting such transfer Sic.:; 12. 20tfD1SOLUTJUN.The which he offers on liberal terms. lIe tenders j"Ls _
; fir.-t paying the l legal costs to which such clerk of the >e further enacted, That afteV every selection firm of Preston, JOMS cere thanks to his customer generally, for their ."
county so made as aforesaid the mutual it(
county court shall cause a list to be by consent on al favors the 'past year-and hopes by unr
courl misay'e entitled in stfid suit: ; or such: suit may at any lime made out and certified by the clerk of said court\ontaming tilL lirst day of October last. Those indebted to the attention to business to merit a continuance f t;
be taken. the the :irm will come forward and '
irom close
court iuto such their
county superior court by writ names of all such accounts,. patronage. .
jurors so selected .
ot certiorari, issued by the clerk of said superior court ; which list srAjll be deposited Quincy, February ) THOMAS PRESTON Jr. R.K.WESl'
accor with the
ding to law. clerk of ihe superior court for said county, and 2d 1833. )} WILLIAM D. JONES July 16; 1932. 47 tf ,
the venire for said superior court shall be filled froravaaid list J43m._ ) WILLIAM NEE 1AN./ P. S. R. K. West has just received direct.6J;
fc>(;c. ,5. Be it further enacted. That the said county courts: ia tho manner provided by law up .\ W OO ?OUffD' OJj W wdl Baltimore, a large stpply of the very best qua:

I BhaJl.fy kLtfvo leans in each.year, in each and every county, at Concluded in 1li I 1Iiii be purchased by the subscriber HftUORS AND COHfCCTJONART.-His friends "

ri uth lu es aDd places altlnW8"tor| hereafter may be estab- our nextj \ I for which cash and a generous price will be paid, if delivered lovers of geod eating and drinking, are invited W''

I flthcd, fey lavr That it:*h dld J jii&4uty\ of; each and every jus- by the first day of March next. .and judge for themselves. Oi t. 30th 1833. '
) .J. G. & N. )fI.lF.N. LANK BhI4L$1)F GAD1NG-
....... .. ._ '" .
S : a ; .jil91ia, b.15thl1 .
4. 4 : 0 11t! printed, and kept for AlC8' tbi O'J

.... I'..
a aa..- ,

.. S j 1

-- -- -- --- l__



f t&r. FRANCIS wIU leave this for N. ..
port "
OSPORTSMEN. l&rk about the 1st April for fright'on deck, or WA1iY> !lxi.aW8 bodied aesro """i *r
will be 1 I I 1tfOTCE.-Doetot
wages ginn-aPfl1 AagassRSEWra LleKEL
sas apply to PEACHY $ MAKINDER. to J.G.&N.HAMLl.N. .1. FLZTcJtta-beat"..
MachSW 1833. for the pubLic th3t he hu
31 lw resumed the
Magnolia, November 6th 1832. P-1Ylaenr.-TIJose. of prc.H.
litf medicinehis
having claims siinzt the re ilcne is seven miles
estate will of Tallahassee
j'& OriCE U hereby; given, that 9n the 15th day of GIN8.-CAMPBELL & authenticated Within the time; present 'hem;mauJ near MUlry' Ferry on the wet rinr.
GLAZE of prescribed ckloknee
C0110N law
.1. Ajrilnext, I shall apply to the judge of thecoun- Georgia they will be barred. J. L. by or Marc 16lh 1 3'J .
engaged, at their well PARISH Adm.
ty cour of the of Gadaden 30m
the real estate of county Mark M'Han deceased.for an order to sell known facture establishment of at the above place, iri the manu Jefferson, February 91h 1833. 258w I 1OTiL\\b sold to the highest btd ? ei 1

31tf M,RY M'HAN cotton gins, of a very superior duality.-It A DMINISTRA TOR'S of Quincy 16thdalof April net,in th'l'Ul
adm trix. is their intention to keep a constant supply Tallahassee LE.Agreeable fclJwing) tracts of
at to an
situated in
it order lan )
of the honourdl of
STITHP. and Quincy, Florida and to the county Gadsen, : Ll
JONES, :' meet all orders in counts tciurt for the
: of tion iO theautwesqurrof
their line with promptness. Oins of their county GadstJ, I shall expose to township i, range 8(1-
Va }ATTACPqT. manufacture front of the public Sale in I ai west, and thy
JOHNED\VARDS are warranted to work w ell with good .- court house door, 10 the ta1-tn of Quincy eat \ suthes!,of
usage ,same
RACES.-To com- on Tuesday the 26th and A tow !
SPRING of range.
They take this day March Considerable
LLLAHASSEE defendant opportunity state that there nQt all portion of
is the the
IS no real
hereby notified tract is
hence on the Wednesday in April next being THI commenced by that suit has other establishment of the kind'in Louisville, and that estate belonging to John P. Neal, lute of die said and now in cultivation. and upon the cleared -

itlismi continue three days: to be governed by' turnabh to the text process of attachment, re- all gins made at that place, are of their manufacture. deceased. W D. HARRISON Adm'tor.county a coiidirtable dwelling house and premises ae

fales of the Jorkev-Club, but fret for saddle horses superior court of Gadsden coun- : November 13th 1838. JanuAry 26th 1833. 1trms of sale,cash : Persons necessary outhonsc
FRANCIS 3tds interctld in
y. A.
CASH, Pl'tt examining
the Judges Au'y. property wilt
f be by --- apply to Jonathan ;
to Quinty 23d
0125 S above ,
3ltfTcrriSor namoo To
subscription purse fl B mm
mile I eats, Planters. JONAThAN
st day two If
M. establishment ROBINSON
non-subscribribcrs and 810 to I ,formerly under the ,

entrance. JJU to of florida, Middle Viririct, Qadsde" CQU.Aty = : supcrmtendance of Col. Mandeli, is now FOR 8ALE.-4 Copper; Boilers Executrix and Executo SARAH of STONE
Fibers.onddiyone for the ,,
Jan.2ith open accommodation of the Also-Cupper larch CuJns dec'd.
mile heats, proprietors purse $75antrILDce 1833. public Dippers, Skimmers land J61h 1 .
under the and SCOoP
WILLUM D- HARRISON care management of Mrs. HEM .. reduced prices.-AI80, 10 3t.156
) pair Horse
1 &H>. January 36th 1833. Mill 8tontIt. T THEMFRCLIA1S; OF
dash-sweep-stake : $10 \ In 233m Apply to BtTTON AND 'ALLAUAS :
ird one mile, single Equity. & DtOHY.
RICHARD'LLOYD. FAYETTE'S TOW.N H : ?'Y' 1832 IAGNOLIA.-'Vlled a situation
the -The 39
1iv LA subscn- as
proprietor. storc-keeDernr
ace, and 550 put BROWN up and Proprietor. apcarinj the ) _.. bavin been nnrviintpri.... iKp mtr.nt. r r?____i ___ u: I IYU any store in either of the
THOMAS Scc'ry. IT ? to satisfaction of the court that p. ---- -ft -- --- us k ut viciicrn.1 n plcs Letters addressed ab.c:
rch 16th J IWW. 3QfocvivTSMES'S | aid defendant is not an inhabitant of this territory. Lafayette, to dispose of his lands it Florida, is ready LLLL INSURANCE. ofce Talbll.see t Robert .ndeman post.

NOTICE.rwecpstakc It is ordcd that the said defendant appear to receive proposals for the purchase of any portionnot INSURANCE against loss or damage by FIRE can I 16th : wil. meet immediate attent.joi..

for three old colts, three mile and ansrer the complainants bill, within four months, less than owe section, of the general's township of action the the most favorable terms, on appli- .J'EGRoE.s FUR 33wt

years half forfeit, to be run over I uthcnu* tie! bill will be taken pro nifcsso and it is land. About 5000 acres in the soUtk weal quarter of Subscriber, agent of the Protection Insu before SALE.--\vaii b sold at puLJro
$1000 ;
tocats, enhance the township is reserved rance company, Hartford l ut-cry court house
I further odered from sale The Connecticut. t.e
the a of this order be terms of In Quincy, on tlH'
preceding published L
Tallahassee: : Course, the Tuesday nnhorizcd sale will be cash,or one for.rth in end and the the fair Cask value of the every application Saturday i Apri next, between the
of in some in this residue' houn of
the 4th July: newspaper district property be and
\nmial% list to close day once a in annual instalment stated, and must u'cOk ; 1
cmrics to make a race, the colt to be nam- w cck lor"our months. It.LESTER C.& M.in Equity. the S facwrily secured, with interest rectneas of satisfactory the evidence furnished of the COT* James Dunlapdcccased.negroes belonging to the estto
three February- 2d 1!33. on ampunt i>l ach instalment from the representation, and the 'J'e1 made Uf.
Three entries alreadyEwill 243m day good jnoral I the day of sale. ko""
day before the races. of .le,-Thto township ef land adjoining the city of I character the applicant. The solvency of the Office

rplendid sweepstakes LOOK AT THIS Tallahassee; and, in reference tolocalityj health, fal-: and its fairness and punctuality may be confidently relied aLs C.HENRY H. DU G EE, ? a d mifl2.tfltor._ \
be one of the most the hess of climate, fertility and adaption of soil to the I on. E. B. PERKl S. PONT S

,_ in the United States ; and will attract the FUftrfH DRUGS, \U-1 have received by the culture of sugar, and cotton, is unequalled by any other Tallahassee Fc.22. 1 1831. 27tf a O.

pf prntli-mcn who are fond of encouraging !I fr'IDl'W.-York and Baltimore a township of land in the Territory Florida. I ATT J.l. WHITE

the turf in rvcry iw it BROWN of tlir Union.Secrrtaiy. I Ibrr i I Ja.gc supply of Jresh drug* 4c.: wl.icJi will be sold low UROERTWILLIAMS.. MARSHAL'S SALE.-By virtue of three writs ''1 ILL u COUNLLUA\, _\1 i.AW.

.;' THOMAS Ibif I for rash, or appro*ed credit. uish it distinctly understood Tallahassee, r* 9th 1832, 8tf to me delivered, I shall I Y Y practice in the Curt of appeals ;

_29th-1833.+---- I that my 1I1tdidnt, t're warranted good-and mayfnid.cats !rrr: The Southern Recorder, Georgia the Richmond public sale before the door of the court house expose in the to I ton. cout"f Lon, Jefferson, Gadsden and slpriur
of Any
'1'10- SALE.-Tbe subscriber htI11OC\- : tt eiurncd! when their ; city Tallahassee on the first I agency wi b promptly attended
quality w not entirtly tathfactorly Enquirer, Virginia ; the Columbia Telescope. S. all the Saturday in April next I, to: Let-
do right title terspostpatd.
d himfclf in Tallahassee, p')OICS to a gen- J to the purchaser.Amongtlir Carolinia 5;; the Baltimore Republican, Maryland H claim and interest, of William L. 30tf
busints regular sake diys, Tuesdayturday. articles received Mahnlle Banner : the I ask ins and John Bi-igJlt, in and I .-AU
imnmsion is-RowAND TONIC MIX- ,Tennessee, will insert the above ad- scribed lots to the folio wirg de persona ute cautioned
\ I Tt'ru-\\Il1rh is represented by the proprietor to be A vertisement for four weeks in succession, and forward Three situated in Magnolia. traliflgfor a note given ty the subscriber'aln:
attend administrator ai:d other! sales heir lots N is. 2, 3 and 5 in tIme in December 13i 80mf
lI to SAFE AND EFFECTUAL RtMEDI FOR THE FEVER AND accounts to this office forpayment. square No. S, payabtein April last, for $37
ROBERT HACE' one, north of Broad-. with range 'sid note was have ,
tiJlI.tl ). J. AGUE. E. B. PERKINS. u, the improvements to been appropriated the
viz to
I with :
I 33 _3itf:_ TtI\thl ss e.Ocloher30th 1832. Illf a name dbehlin;, log store and log ware-house mtnt of a judgment obtained by Col. Butler pay-

..JJInLTUll'I > SALL.-1 s-lmll o* tJ''Sr. toiiblic 3_ 4t 1 lots Nn. 3, square N.. 4., raUe _Nn.v. i ..,-.L -f n ,, sd Levmus, und it: wil not be nail tIn!... __ aainst
o.r May l\\JE\V DRUG &CHEMICAL STOREi : st., w ilh a liraiiip store bouse 0-l IAls 6' nuiiinui oroau- by law. "AV.vuiuucu
sale f-n Satunby: the iZith day No. 5 2, 3 &S, square 18.13.'r FISH' R.
F the town of St. Mm,ks, all the real property JOHN M'LEMORH M. D. & Co- house, range 1, north of ro.1d-str., with a frame store March 16th 306w

"'"ng to tin, estate of (Je<,rjre Dewy deceased.- I if Inform .he inhabitants of Middle Florida, I I and log lumber house, lots No. 1,2, & 3, square NO 1 ICE.-KERR
'. that the r.uige 2, north (f Broa bxcRCK.
s'. commence at 10 oVlock :.0\. M.on tIle prCnUS4. they expect by next anivals from lot No. I -str., with a log ware.h , J. W. KLEINidnVlor.! Ncw.York a large and general assortment square 4, rincc 1, south of Broad-str., with --. ordered Petit cottoj have
,J' .:-i'*" drugs and medicines, and other article d lag dwelling and kilchen. Also, lots .? Gulph seed
every Nos.
h':- i'lie public h.iiidiii; : .u Marks, will 10. II I 13 6, 7, 8, 9, :_ that it will be received at SuMarkiin
( cni.-noeted with that line of business ; which they will 4 The subscriber having now a and 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57 58
auction and
rrnt'-d on tfie prmics at public on situated 60, all this and that
William l1lnth,
the commodious house l.. Haskins they need not 'ear
offer tor public on as accommodating terms and at east of the capitol is 4co. addition any d;
the lt April ensuing: Terms, the payments square, town of to the appointment taking place. .
r I. as low 'nccs. as medicines of similar quality have ever prepared to transact A GENERAL COMMISSION! AND ACTION Magnolia, und the balance of the 30tf
made in advance tIndib I west half
us to be security quarterly will be required. J been obm," d'" the territory. business, he hopes to receive a liberal support of the north east quarter, and the east half of the north 1, \!{ HAL &AjJL-By virtue ot I"mo ,ie.

i ujtpfovrd v. KLEIN I \Ve alll.II"tnre with! pleasure that Dr. Tradewell, a from the public,and pledges himself to hose who west quarter of section 18, township 2, 3 ri faia me delivered I shall ,
J. \ comissinnf may range south epo
gentleman ft 6ne l'lCl1ts! ard first rate medical rending favour him with their business, to use his best efforts and ta.st, and the impiovement*thereon-levied, I sale_ before the door of the court house in theL "f

:IciMarri. 23.11833. 31 w has been l.ng\-.%d' for.\ few months, until the practising to promote their interests. J. WESTCOTT Jr. the prropcriy. of John Bright. 'V. L. Haskins &ro.on as I Tallahassee, on thr first Saturday m April ne.xtahi.v the

TUAIJAtJON MAKING.-The scaiijii, to supei.intend the establishment, which time Ocber2d 1831. 7tf satisty one execution in favour of Benjamin to right, title, claim and interest of Benjamin O.'1

dsr'cigttii takes tiiis method of infonning the other competent \ Distance will be obtained.N. A CAR I). two others for c.Sis. T. E. RANDOLPH, marshal Byrd, and in and to the fohlowingdescribedpropertytowit? tots

1\1 'l.e bas commenced the above business i iuio' in U. Our medic ,'ea will be opened in Mr. Blakrs Subscribers having purchased the Stork by A. A. FISHER, d. m. Nos. 66, 67, 70, 92. 93 97 and 9S, in the original plan:

(ranches, in connection with Itis black jarjc bi'ildmg, cornel ,-f Clinton fr Adams stl'lo 23tf THE and Ware-House Taylor & Klein of March 2d 1833. 28tds of the city of Tallahassee, and also, lots Nos. 23, 24
he as now prepnicd with hands nnd goodA commenced the DRY GOODS 225, 26, 5J7, S, 245, 246, 247, 24249, 250, 251 and,
cifteuto all! kinds of work, new, and repaire FllE llIHUGnARUEN SEEDS, &c. COMMISSION and B OLUTIO( .-The 25i, in the addition to the city of- Tallahassee levis d

ahortm notice and on reasonable terms, received a full >ujply of Freak Drugs ml BUSINESS. existing tinder the firm co-partnel''hip of R. H. her Lofore CHI as the property of the said Benjamin G. Thornon,

c Mil be punctually upended: ( to ; he is also, JUST In additior to their present commodious building, Is this day-dissoh.ed by mUltl.\1 consent.Woohley All ico. to satisfy a judgment in favour ot \\ eUtard and Al'.,

u.ih goo-i eitfl for makin/f/ and repairing jUUO P.iI'U\S or LAxrir.cTiir rri-EBRATED GARDEN, they arc about to reel sheds and houses for the rcep- having claims against the alxi\'e) firm ate per ons Mullin. Sale within the legal hours .

I riage of every dcscriptiml, which he will warDAVIDC. HERB, AVH Fl.OWHRjSEED.-KoBIKSPNs' PA TENT BAR lion' of Cotton, Go*KS, 8c. for Storage, their buildings present thcm t for settlelunt without req'ested to T. E. RAr.DOLPH marshal.
ILSON.M LET.-?5A<.o POWDtP.-GERfoUX LEr.rH.-l-.J rU3HAMERICAK & will be ompleted by the 15th Sept. They respectfully I indebted to the sallie are earnestly solicited I and those 291cf _1'1 A. A. t'I.HLR: d. m.

actC'e, March 1 23d 18:1. 31tfICE. I TOOTH IJl.H1f30 uivn--..-i- ?-., -Urn......n.. -4.L- solicit: ; a share of.uublir.-- I n.itronaie.-----non-. and--- ,t.VH...,... tl..>,..,".,'. payment immediatcl\ R.- -Jlt--,-.." _"UV L.wJ' J::.. _to, ,make .t L -II r1UIsuance or an uro'r ,'. ,.. _
, established LozENcF.s-lAnID t I selves to a strict performance commissions tlionzcd to scale the'business. ClWY au' .A. -- mtiuuiiiy
[ :.- The under* ;!iiiii Imung : : & NOTE'S IVK, AND INK POW entruv court of the county of Gadsden, I oiler
I Dstlf at St. Marks es an auctioneer and com- DERS.--Si'ICES.-',. INES PKKFUJIF.Rr, &C. &C. i te.'l to their care. R. WOOLLEY public sale, on the second in shal at

merchant, respectfully (.!:icits a portion of ALSO.malllllt Guinea Grass seed, which will PEACHY & I\tA IONDER. it. UALSLY f following lots in the town of Monday Quincy, next, the

. LrIinSgC; and assures'thosft who may employit be sold low lor cash u? approved crtJit. RrERTd COL. JOHN GAMBLE )( Jefferson.GEOSCE Tallahassee, March 2d 1833. 28tf estate of Mark M'Han deceased, known belonging in me plan to the ot'saidtownaslots

shall be his first wash as well as duty wjr E.: B. PERKINS. jlIDGE RANDAL, Nos. 113, 116, 117 and lid

. to mtru their approbation. Tallahassee, march 2d, 1833. 28tf S THE business will hereafter be conducted R credit until the first day of January next the purchas, on a
is unacquainted with him, arc spertfully re- LORIMORE, l under the firm of H. A. PIERSON er giving bond and.two good securities. The lots
las ucdleOty GU'rrrl.or Dunl and Thomas mmU1(S ID mrnutlait* ? l JAMES LORUtORE, V HvwB an establishment in the city ofsew.york, & Co. wel improved, and contiguous to the public are

ord c..cqulre, Tl\UlI.hassee and to Dr. \ te- A LARGE and complete assort- J. J. ADA\l A J G a dsd fn. shall bet all times and at the shortest notices 'able we I ad would afford a pleasant residence for a private square fa; ,

))1.Poiut. FRA\ClS B. "'BITING.II [ 11 menlof Fresh Drugs and Medicines,just received COL. H.W.B3 ADEN, Ta11aaa see to furnish our customers with clothing after 'IAL mily. Persons wishing to oLta real estate in Quinc

arUces sent to him to be sold, will be kept irom New York and ItiUtiiiiorcfor sale, wholesale _SL Marks July 10, 1832 ,6 tf fashions anJ ofihe most fashionable materialA are invited to attend the s .

'.arge until bold ; letters addressed to liii.', r'' And retail. Crmn''- Merchants and Practitioners &, Commission Easiness.HE tender our unfeigned acknowledgments to our custom_ 299w MARY M'HAN adm'trix. "

is Cervices as auctioneer in any part of the [plied on the most rf.-ccmmodating terms.1XJC sup- Auction ers For former favours and flitter ourselves by'undcvi. OTCE.-Six weeks after date

%vill be ]ronptlv attended to.: EO\\ SEIXAS T subscriber I having been ating exertions still to merit a liberal share of 1 be made to the honorable the application will

'larks Mirth 23d 1833. 3tH. J i' --M"y29 4Jlf Druggist, Ma nolia o""ricla. auctionppr-_u___. .for?. T.:wuiu! ,,...iy.., lU''II.., ?_appointed i.-;_ I r-natrninrro"--b". HUUtlli letters. of- Administration on the estate County ofv".. _Cvur. fO
-- --
x-urrejicc ot recent date lias induced the sub- -- iUlt JOHN M'LK.MKh.- services to the public in theauction andconmissioi.1,.busi N'EW-GOODS deceased. late of Leon County. .u.
to ixdieve that of his fie bill ness. He
er a publication pledges himself strict BENJAMIN
attention all BYRD
I pay
t be improper; perhaps due to himself pro- .,? ESPECTFULLYinfbnns the ci- business intrusted to him ; and attend eaate or to other Just received per Schooner Delta, an invoice of New Magnolia, march 2d, 1833. 2B6w6
u clcsi to fthers.-*->ow the intelligento. lizensiof 'lallahassce sales in the Goods, consisting of
very and its vicinity, that he country His off.ee is in the town of r IRLJSTEES Ss'tLE.-Iu
the faculty of the city of Tallahjisce, hlU Joe ated himsdf in this city. nolia, 'here he may at all times be found. Mag I Supr. Blue and Black Cloths, JL the honourable the ursulnee tuanonorc
Judge of
LSS s-i enviably\ too, so much of the learning N. B. He may be found at his office next door to I I March l.'Uli: 1832. 30tf B. BYRD. Black Casimere, do. for the county of Leon, in the

:iot (>f the profession, are assured, that theIrJIIIf11ulT Doctor's Parker tn,{ Bradford, or at his residence cor- Mixed Navariiio Casimere, I ing me as trustee in the aiting chancery, appoint-

clysium! not about bcin; invaded, that ncrof. Ad-imsandCallstreets. March 6 1832 ISSnif Storage, and Commission, &c. Fine Sattincl', I. to execute the trust of a place certain of Davis Floyd dec'il.,

'"|Lull cf liappy memory is not eitUtr about be- Eir. JOHN ,IHE undersigned has large and convenient Warehouses Circa ainn and Bombazine, by James M'.IIulhin and his wife conveyance execalcd
B. -
Jttrtkcd, nor a now vcrsin of it;jven. Far, veItKTcrent TAYLOR informs A and Cotton sheds, and is Black aiik Velvet, to to said Floyd_ J shall

M bis object: Cut to inform those who I his friends aid the Public, that Ins health is so GOODS, COTTON, or other produce prepared on to Storage receive Black Sattin faced Floientine vesting, &c & inl.'allahasste expose s11e ut on public auction the, near the public square

ti to avail themselves of Ins professional: ser- far rcstQred, as enable him to resume his professional &c. &c. n. HAI L'V". 97, 66, 70, 92,Tuesday 93, 98 31 2t of April next, 1016o.
he which have hitherto duties. July 30 1 1832 50 Cotton Stored Tallahassee maich 3; in the first
prices and certainly tf sold or shipped, and all Commission 2d, IS33. 28tf of Tallahassee, and in the additioii plan
*" "' never he may IK:called upon, ootinue to '- -- Bussiness strictly attended to. lIe th reto,lot 23, 24.
i0\ solicits
slmic 25,26,27,28Z45,246,247
a of
act ice. For tins e he refers the P. public OTH'E.-Kcrr and BJiurge request those 248 249. 250. 251 an\\
purjx to sub- Henry Yonge patronage. EDWARD SE1XAS. uel 252, or much te'.uftdral
i ted to them thentf as will
prc\'iou. a
to the first
I alofuc. He impro\es the present opportuy Magnolia, October 16, 1832. 9tf to forward of January last, satisfy the sum of the hundred w PlY and

Likewise, if there be any who feel any in- Attorney fy Counsellor at Law ; as come longer indulgence immediately will be and discharge the same suit and the costs of dlii salt etJOSEPH .dollars, the Ctst: ur

n to pcy the prices as set forth below, heist UL INC Yr MIDDLE FLOHIDA. STORE AGE. K. and S. scllineoff not given.
are their M'BRIDE
present stock 1 tw
respectfully request them not to honour 2:tf.GEOI.E cash and for Marsh 2d I g33. Trnte
their calls, but to-apply where they can Iamly I- IN addition to Ins old ware-house the wholesale produce, by retail and would sell the entile ADDISON tds
-by on very liberal terms. ) "
accommodated.npuon S ho- MAlDELL.

...- .. . .. . .. 6 ".$1 00 ORNEY( and counsellor, HAWKINS at LAW Mariann, ing 80 by 28 feet, forreceiving recently erected cotton a and spacious goods.build Tallahassee' March 2d- 1833. HOESA PRESLEn\ S\.iUatmen.

jy day 50 cents,Icy night 1,00 . .6 4T'l Florida 6th TntoTHY'\l'CARTY. TH1HE Proprietors of the noted and _

day 1,00, byI cigktfi.OO.. . .. .. : Japuury 1831. auATTOHNEY St. Marks., -D.rpm.pr- ---...,. 97,1._. .. .u.1"'U.. tn.' JL horse GENERAL ANHi'V\- r A ro'.n.full blooded' !. l fflHE defendant will take notice that ast-,--?_k.,,_ h..nu.

ceil hours.. .6. . ... .. . 10 00 ( tJiirltg is. Sbtrnta11 (J'l H.- 1:1(1rrIJ : the public that-he--will----stand--.M1.the oI.n.vn.v.sea'soii"i. mfoim the JL. commenced.. nnt attachment isue in this case, i.i

uon from 10 to.... .. . ... 3u 00 1. LtCin Having been nppointed auctioneer far : commencing on the 15th of March and ensuing superior Jacksll .
county, I oiler to end the uu {
AT LAW. hereby S. RA
services to the
and my P11Th.
prescription directions..S 00 public in that ol June, at Tallahassee.TlMttaUion I \\KNS, AU'r.

;>owdeis each ... ... ..... .. .30 ''TILL Practice in the Courts of this District, nut I allahafcsee of cajKicity which} due intend keeping an office in is so well known throughout the I February 16th 1833. 266w'

each..6.. .. ... ..... ... ...25.or V V in Jack County \ e Florida. His Office intcrem business notice will [be iven. In the ot Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi States 1 UTICE.-Ahl 1frsons having any denands gui t

emetic. ...... .. .. S S... .... .50 is on .f cfi rsoll Street, opposite that of the Register. meet, any with left uith Mr. R. Y. \Vellfordwill Territory, as n successful racer, that and in this the estate of the late William Hall, are
attention. particular detail
Mnpoiitions per. ounce from 25 to. ..... .50s.n N. B. All instruments of writing, will Ixj drawn October 2dlK prompt 2. R. .J. IIACKLEY. .>f all his performances is not deemed to render them in duly authtmictPd, and requlstet

. .....6 ... .. .. .. ... I 00 I with the strictest attention to their legal accuracy. > 7tf the last Jockey-club races near this necessary.he At indebted to said estate: are rcqueted to al persons
city men
V tooth .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. . .. I 00 -Tallahassee_ June 20, 1829. 3U. second days purse distancing all his four, ran for the i 10Hl C. RALLd) P'y !

ibscess from 2,00 to.. .. .. .. .. -5 00 "- NEWGOODS.E. the first heaL At the last Alariauna competitors II S m.tor.

"omSQto, .. ....fe,.. . . . ..1 50 WILLIAM L. HASKINS win for the second days purse,and distanced race.s all he also ran Tallahassee. February 6th 1833. 26Sw

woman in case of na.turallaboLtI'... 20 V amend ; S. ROBERTS & Co. the second heat with competitors DAUMSTRATOfi.'S
00 lo any business iiuht city ot NEW YORK ease ; and at the last Quincy A sold
k ound from 2,00 to.. .. .. .. ... .. 5 00 and promptly and faithfully ciccutr any Commissions HAVE lately received from NeY urk a general he took the first days purse without contest. races public auction or, ALb-Wil b at,
fig k-g gr thigh from 25 to ... .... entrusted him lIe issue old and on the tb next-
60 00 to by his friends in Florida and the pub- of years of the best stock in the U. premises half of the north
1 arm from 20 to. .. .. ( east i
g .j yy lic generally.New.York. States, being sired by the famous Timoleon section 4, township 2 north c
of and
DRY-GOODS one the east
ijj finder or toe from S to . ... 10 most celebrated and favourite colts ing bU acres, range ,contin.
00 July 1832. 52 tf of old Sir or less. of second rate land
.Jore of
\ disliioned arm from 15 to. .. .30 oO I BOOTS&SHOES and his dam \a. by the high bred imported Archv horse, the rea es'ttte of David Dmidson dec'd. Terms, part cash

leg diloctted fiotn 20 hip jamt Iroui 2i to .... yj (0 : Jas. D. Westcott, Jr. & J. R Booth, \\'hip. He.is a blood bay.-upwards of 16 hands W M. KERR, Adm'tor.
to..3 oo formed Law HATS 4LN'DREADYMADE CAPS high, and unites great strength, with beauty of -
Emple fra-turc of arm 15, couiptunddo25 HAVE a partHerMiip in Florida. The and action. form WlLo.\l J.MAULD1N, 1
imple fracture of leg or thigh . .. .20 of the furmcr, is inT.illaliaj.see, and ol CLOTHING.Also Terms : $40 to ensure the J HO vs >.fU: dmml.
.. ** .. 00) the latter at West Point, Appalachicola Bay. Business owner to pay If the mare. SA PR ESLER, )

icr items not specified in I l.ke compound; do 35 00 intrusted to them in any of the courts Florida a small assortment pf is the tradedU seasonand theseaM 15 >fur n,deducting $i if paid wit lill I'f tflHE defendant wil take notice that a sui*.has been

IS.CM1'ICHELL.! proportion w the adjoining Counties of Georgia or Alabama, will HARD ARE of nures will be hunted, he single leup. The nl'. l1b .r JL commenced 1ld attachment issued in W case,
as will
leo be "
'I' '.\".'. ... ., ,. 'h .stric-llyatlcrl\lelltu. An..3d, 1831. 50tfA1 fall races. ruuat the *icxt in the superior court: Li. J.ukson: tU"ty.
------ -n.i.uii 10 us .
som ue have this uiicclcd Uy 1q"uirt' Urockeryware Glassware looking Good; pasturage etc etc. be GEHJlf.S. HAWKINS, Plfls. Att'y.
day, alUr h1:1I1' PPALACHICOLA H' >TLL.-The -- ,1 February l'6th H'ii; 266w
worn lor that able terms, for mar from .y. on -
gpurjwsc, proceeded to the .subscriber begs leave to inform his glasses etc. etc. a distance, to.xluch rLcasonprielors -
:; the
<-i the following cattle taken alp. I will atieiid if requested. >' Pro" THE A."KLL KNOWN HORE.

tray: adjik brindle tetr, with Ill) by the Nathan Junt-r tticnJs this and the public generally, that he has Together with many other articles which they offer be assumed for accidents! or esr'a "'orcSlJOnsibilitywill JOHN HENBY.
taken establishment
term and if I I
I a
ie uil, right htnil-fool and l hcll he ; for sale on the most reasonable terms for cash or Certificates of the full pe.-P-f*.,,
\ lute
) mark- meets with such encouragement as he wishes to : approvvd be furnished.ward tins season at stable the
s ht und und rbil credit, at their new store in Moiiroe.streetTal- For further particular : WILL SU'll my m town
in the right ear, and merit he will continue iu IlLS table will be furnished C. bills Manuini.i M.
land h'ole the laha&see. J. H. or apply| to R-Hay- Florida and will render ser
in! kit Randolph
branded 26, aged nine WiJl! the best the market 24tf ., j D' Wcstcott vice at (15 the
afford and his
llucd' at *'J. ) can exertions Booth. March 2d -.03 v jr. or 'J oldJ P. :caSI; $25 insurance payable the 1st
will be unremittcd to render his guests as comfortableas E. S. ROBERTS & Co.MANUFACTURERS ;. 2tf of January nut, or when the mare is cts.
ttr: M white ,
Ihe spot on the forehead some pOli ible. OREN MARSH. SALL i3W: to the groom; a ompany of six peSO

lic b-lly aiid innd toot, the same mark and Appalachicola, January 12th 1833. 21 tf OFPL.W.V F quaIi5r fjt" FOR CA5I1.-o pieces first at the price of ./. Every ailentioa mres will b s"c
ab<)\e 6 TIN.' ."V Cotton bagging b
age valued J.'lPP.'l.N"\"ED pi
years, at $6. WARE. 2t (;0I1 mates left with inc horse, but no
litr steers nuiked A EIUCAN HOTEL.-'I he subscriberrespectfully nil! bale responsibility accidents.
with a swallow lork the AAN1J at all limes have on hand a general asD rope. JusLrcce.cd bysJoopCybeL fr

in 15tl
UJJJK.I and under slope in the hit branded i A. .. informs his friends, and the i to supply country merchants and wholesale -ec. : 1ts32. 17tf. J. '\I.' KLEiN.p'u'1ilt Descripiion.-Jolin is
Henry red
a deep sorrel full
urul brimlle, \ill a fruity l hush tail, the : pubic generally, that he has rented the large !' dealers, on the most favourable terms toguiher : : ALE OR RINT.-Tht feel 21| inches hithi, with a suiall star, his off ,hinder 5
S \vitlicd head commodious building on the west ic'c of the with St. Lo tract of
iic-ck a general assortment their
shoJders at store in foot while.
and feet MonroeTallahassee. 1 I bud, will be sold He is of the first action
L. figure
or rented good
bpot on the capitol formerly occupied us a tavern by John i for a itrm of years. pose&iing -
'Id each right thigh, the age of cpch, 6 Downer.square The house _ _ _ oy lf. r'or i.rtu-ulars apply to John K. Campbell a great share of aeiivi'y and muscular
at fc.6. Tc having undergone a thorough repair BLOUNT'S or Henry srengt
this 16th STEEL SAW COTTON Bond. -in his form combioed
t3j day of G NS" February 16th I&?U. ait: the escentials
will be the of
for borders and
by RICHARD TAYLOR, ready reception vis- "HE Subscriber has 2t>8w. horse of the first order.
JOHN CASON itors on the 13th insi JOHN \VREAVES.. anasP urt"neut( THOMAS BALTZELL -
-r Bloinu'i best Stell Saw Cottop Ptdgrt.-J hoary was sired by old Maccle John
that the alxne DENNIS. sizes, from 30 to 71 Saws, which uiU i le 7 assorted COUNSELLOR ATTORNEY A'TLAW. lit by uld sir: Arc:.i, his) dam by old Potomac his great
named. February 511& 1833. $ -Huviug moved
Richard &, Idt V to
Taylor John S: and Tollaliassee, will in dam by old Gallita.ii and is 7
praetrce old this
George E. Dennis $2,25 per taw on a Credit until the hrs Uieeouitof year spring.
is hereby given to the Stockholders of.l ;day Errors and
were ol Jl1nua- Appeals in the
pofcc abo\c mtutioiicd. ddy sworn by me NOTICE that the third instalment of five j ry next to good responsible purr,,.... f...... c1.... .. ....-.: U_". .J..con_ _' "."suen, and Jacksoa Superior in this IStli Ia33. JAS. J.- PllTMAN..

33 X B. FOLSOM J. dolLars on each share will be due, and payable according 1 tZ4JAM1N BYRDTHEFLORIDlANL termory. Tallahassee, March 9th 1333.: -_Mar 302tn'
opy from the record. P. to the provisions of the charter on the fiist day of: I Magnolia\ May 25! IBg 41 tf 29 w"KIOR C'At given tot tour or Eve yoke well broke steers

ltc fct D. AJ'nAENYe1erk. May next. L. A. THOMPSON, Cashier. : bALE.-A prime .fellow, >a good bricklayer must (be large, in good order and not too

)E.20 bushels Feb 16, 1833. J6lf.THE I" and 6eld hand!: eight wen broke rnue.s, most of old. Apply u J. W. KING6

ul article: 20 do. white croudcr peas a NORTHERN MAIL STAGE. PUBLISHED EVER* 8ATURDAY them first rate: a fine >oung mjrse; vrufrarited gentle, MOUL' Vefhofa, March 16th 1833. 304w
rough rice MORNING and draw '
AT to
nicely cleaned : also lumber of ,
Ttrfitary of' r/
every descnpUon, ris Lean Superior Court '.
ROBERi'J.HACKLEY. Leaves the Planters1 Hotel Four dollars in advance-or Five in which will_be delivered the
aN every six months .at shortest The executoi a of Thos.Sed to the A IU,offei his prolejk>ioual i. Monday and Friday at 3 A. No paper 11 be discontinued unless at the subscriber's mill late the property of Col.Pasi, va CmPl'Lf I CAfiuJ
citizens r- th.
e is of Tallahassee and vicinity ________________ M'f and will! arrive at MilledgeJ at optfott of fourteen WUles east t.fTolkhas e, OD the Auo-ustine Thomas Brown and m. '
on .
Clintonatr.bere 1 A. M. the Editor be (re are road. [293w uter defcndant
when he always by $ on following arrearages paid. ) FRANCIS Ct PUI0L}AU. to the thAt
xcept may IT Lh
absent on professional busiukrcceivua Thursdays and Mondays, making the trip in a little Advertisements will be Inserted Pain rker Harriet fJ'ef Court.
a more than three days--The line has been very much conspicuously at se- SPORTS OF THETheie: will be fought the Jo
Eo- 11tf venty-five cents for the first of '6n p-rtor aforesaid, are-not of ,
square the
improved by the addition of new coaches -and extra insertion, and QuinCy first Monday in April this but live .4,
Turks Kland irom Ch4rle ioii 100 teamsof horses fifty a main of cocks for |25 a fish and terLory, some other part'o f tb*United
cents for each
tilt: 100 -for seats apply at the store of C. subsequent continuance. All advertisements $300 the odd, the -.
U'eCt hap coffee: 4 ai C. Williams all and the risk party to show 13 cocks each. .
Imported of
] baggage parcels at the
It is .
Tencrieff therefore
e: 10 boxeslcavendoh wine : 2 easts owners of the same R. 6HAW, Agent. will be continued until forbid,unless otherwise As this is i something new, it will no doubt afford defendants do decreed and ordered, that unless "said

M.tobicco I Novenber 20ih 1838. 14tf ordered. greatamuseincnu. Spotlof allkindsmav ected.ItZJbP. .1 1.H. fifed herein, on appear or before and the answer first the cdnphunantsbill
MILLER. Monday H>Jun
K BILLS OF LAD Kj WE are authorized to announceCol. The postage on all letters and communication to the .Q.. D that the same ahaU be t en" nnfetot and lienexti,nwt. J .
ed, oad kept for( sale tt (|ui-OSie atI1., JOSEPH&_ *t- M. WHITE, a candidate to represent:; Editor, must be paid they will-not receive atten- s. A-match- raewi11. be run for three hun- order Leis thereof be published decteed in some accordir.giy authorized: PtnUUtiM this
dtf'd .
fIvli 9 2d CODreII, do" a side, on the Quincy \Uffi the day ztftcr thoc newspaper.,nru>
fishtt de.rch16thI833 it tel.in this district once a week f.w four mon 1ui.

3Ut Jan. 26, 1533. Wit:, THUM48 BA'V.ijII V.



t -

1 LAWS OF FtORDt. ordering tIle Court, \Vbich if ho approves, shall be con i(1e;'ed the Govern er h can tre'< militia into public service, Yihenaver "

i final, it tht4 same shaH designate the punishment, of cashiering, may deem it raquiiite for the public safety: ; and it Aball 1 1 also he

I but for a fine only, tbe recorder shall hand it to the proper collecting be lawful for the brigade generals, colonels! lieutenant"
Ctu 69a [No. x8. AN ACT to orgnDI6 and Tf'gulale the Militia of the co toasts:
.1 .i Territory of Florida and to repeal an act passed ht d"i of Feu 1832 officer to make the money and majors, t.o order regimental! musters in each and .

Sec 1. He it enacted by the Governorand Legislative council 17. The presiding officer of" courts martial, shall be sworn by giment in thIs TerntJry" on the third Sati rda y In October every re in

a of the Territory of Florida, That every, ably bodied free a member of the court, to form his opinion to the best of his each and every year ; and It shall be their duty to convene the

,, white m,tlc inhabitant of Territory, heN'et'n the age of sight understanding, and to render judgment without partiality, commissioned and nUlcommissioned officers of each re ime
t B
t teen and forty-tive years, Who has resided in the same four favour or affection ; and a similar oath shall be administered bv on the Thursdays ant Fridays before! each regimental nth

weeks in time of peace, and ten days In time of war, shall be the president to each of the other members. The president o rc to be drIlled and tauglt the actics. '." r.C muster

' Ii ,- liable to be enrolled and perform militia duty,judges of the superior recorder, on swearing the witnesses; shall swear them to speak SEC. 18. ae it furber enacted, That should arl1 officer, coma

e. courts, judges of the county courts United State mar the truth, toe whole truth, and nothing hut the truth ; and the mandinO' any brigad regiment, battalion, or company; f fail

shall, district attorneys, justices of the peace, sh4ri6a, clerks, presjdent shall have power to issue subpaenas, to compel the attendance refuse to carry into efect, the provisions of this act, in cone or.

Post l1Iaster. mail carriers, ferrymen, clergymen, teacher o f r of witnesses, and to serve such summons by such per- quence of the death, 'esignatlOn, absence or incapacity to do a

public seminaries: keepers of public jails, kt'epers of light houses son as he may appoint, and designate; and said witnesses, shall so, then the senior oficer in commission in said brigade,

and pilots, and their respective crews, are hereby exempt give their attendance or pity a fine of not more than fifty dollars, or battalion, 5r company, shall act in their stead, and reDgI'ment if-

from doing militia duty, in time of peace ; but in time of war at the discretion of the court martial. they should refuse orneglect to act, the next officer in grade

or insurrection or revolt, are liable to perform militia duty, except 18. All courts martial convened for the trial of delinquents anti so on shall act. ,

such as are exempted by the laws of the U. S. shall be compused of the following ratio of commissioned officers SEC. 19. Be it filrher enacted, That when any brigade
I SEC. 2. Be It further enacted, That( the Imlitia shall: be organi tin the teal of a brigadier general, CoI. lieutenant Col: shall be ordered mder the 17th section of this act, it shall-

eel into h\O brigades, ten reini: ,.nts and twenty battalions : or an.ljor, not less than five, our more than thirteen field officers; be the duty of" the officer ordering thc same, to give thirty

and into five companies, for each battalion : The militia, \\est for the trial ot the governors Of brigadier generals staff, not less notice, that when an] regimental muster :,hall be ordered under days

of the Suwannee, shall compost the first brigade, and east of than three, mr more than liven Held oHicers ; for the trial ofauy said act, tilt ofiicer ordering the same shall gIve
the said Suwannee river, the second brigade ; the tint regimen other coumissioncd or Mall'otlicer. not leas than three ; notice ; that when a1Y battalion muster shall be ordered, it sbaU days

shall be composed of the militia in the county of Escamhia, th e for the trial of noncommissioned officers and privates, three he the duty of the officer ordering the same, to give ten

It\\lul1: :: tit' St. John .and Mosquito tlw third of Jackson and coaunissioned ofticers. t notice ; that when any company muster shall be days:

Fayette : The fourth, of Duval and \assa!' : :,, the iii'ih, of Gads- 19. Where n sufficient number of officers cnnnot bo had to hall be the duty of the officer ordering the same, to ordered, it i

den, the sixth, of Alachua und Columbia: the ;c ven.h of Lcon, j (firm a court martial, iu any brigade, regiment, battalion, or days notice, except the regular day of muster pointed give fives

the eighth, of Washington, 1t alton arid Fruukliu the ninth, oJefli t company, the officer ordering the stone tnmly detail from thc udjacent this act : Provided nevertheless, that any of those officers out'by

--- :rsnn Hamilton and Madison, the tenth, 01 1\onroe. brigades, regiments, battalions, and companies. to complete order out the mIlitia under their command, at a ruinare may

1 SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the said court m rtiaJ. ing, an cases of invasion orinsurrection.r tt am..

the colonel l of each relilllent, to subdivide the same into two 20. All ofIirors detailed on courts martial, shall give :;EC. 20. Be it furthoc enacted, That it ball be the

I 'bittdinns: by a; line leaving the prtfporlion of min as pearl) attendance or pay a fine not exceeding one hundred dunars! the Governor to arrest the brigadier generals, for duty of'

equal Oft each sIde a may be ; and he shall cUllH1IIHlicate thtsame unless they satisfy tho officer ordering the same, that causes their dUlles, as pointed out in thIs act ; and to detail neglect or

to the Lieutenant colonel and Major. and shall assign tin n beyond his or their control prevented their attendance, which martial (for their triat.EC. a.court

each his battalion, writing, "hose duty it :'hail fH to tlhdivide e cause shall Le made known to the officer( ordering the same in 21. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the

I their respcclive' battalions into five equal parts, leaving an equalnUillber I time to detail another 01licer.S the brigadier general, to see that each of his reiments duty of

of men ill each, as near as maY be which suhdlvi.ion :c. 8. Be it further enacted, That when any regiment has; ..,ed agreeably to this act, and to see that the;; ire orgaii -

< the)' hall communicate to the captains of said distnct for their failed f or refusmd( to organie under the law passed o.N gnr embe[ r make their return in due time to the adjutant proper officers

inCormation., : ..in. enrolling'. the men., 19th 1829) it shall be thc duty of the briiatlier 'general cOnJmandirlg rlllll as sp. cltie .. and dreealJlv- ---- tn-.- ''nrm.-- ..._. Slnrl..... fl'....general..........e --1., it.rough CIJuflicer .
'EC. 4. Ih It turtlwl' eUJctl'd: That the o\'ernor nnd C0111- the same, to order an election to be held um the same, bur neglect, and 0 to detail-J a Court martial.u."'forthwith L UIU ut'lll

mander-in-cl.ief of the milatm, shall be entitled to the following: to elect the field officers on the third Monday in Jay next, which their trial. tor

.statl oflicer : on adjntaut general, and one quart master gen- order shall ue puhii..hcd in the nearest new:-paper tu saul regI- SEC. 22. Be it further enacted, That it shaH be the

, eral, to raul as colonel! ;, \\ho hlll reside at the seat 'If g."JVornmellt ment, amid it lc X113pee.fy such persons; they may appoint who colonel of each regiment, to see that duty of"the

w and t blur aids' decamp, to rank as 1t'utelJant! colollcl shaft also have a wntten order tu hold said election every' company is duly
'" or pay a organted, und that the captains and
adjutants make
oJc. 5. Be it further enacted, That the hrip.Jes;: pt"ctive- i tine of fifty dollars each ; and it shall be their duty to hoitl I hall be ofiicc>red proper officer, and
} hy one brigadier 6general assistant: adjutant allll make returns thereof: wider such rules and regu- to arrest such oflicers f fur neglect, and to detail

i gcueral+, llgade In-pector, brigade quarter master, and two latiouH, as arc prcscrihed for gl;,erniug;; the electron of civil of- t forthwith tor their triaf. And It shall Le the a court rnarti.11

aids de camp to rank as majors. Thc regiments re pec.v( 'ly ficprs of this.'errilury, and all m n above; hlc age of eighteen to see that hIs is duty of each captain -
shaH bit otlie .'red by Colonel Lieutenant company: duty! organied: and to arrest
a colonel, and major, and under funy-ti\e years, who reside within the said regiments, such officers and
privates, as shall
the staff of each neglect their duty, and detail
rink:: shall be entitled
ta the
vote, and person, having the greatest a court martial for their trial.
a., captain a quuter: nit ter, and p.ty lIla ter, to rank as first number of votes sh.lllbe !hu IJtrsous elected.5cc. SEC. 2. Be it further

lit'utl'uants, a urgeou aillt lIl'gcon: mate, .sprjcunt major, quarter 9. llc It further enacted, That if ally regiment shall the adjutant of each enacted, That it shall be"the duty or

: master :o ('r.lf'aut, drum major, and fife Imjor ; the refuse to under the gilllent, to keep a book in which the
COUlpallle oralli-c; 4lighth section of this act, hy the names of all captains and lieutenants
repectivelyhall: ho oflicered by a cf)taut, first, second clnd thirteenth day Ji' June next: ; then theyhaU be attached to the hall be registered foreach'company
third lieutenants, four four and druntnwr ; eldest company, shall be known as
serJeaut3 corporals a nearest organised regiment in said brigade, and shall the comp
compose IY second as B. add
: he shall
awl 1 fifer.1 company make his return
thereof; aid milItia
part pcrlrm duty therein ; and cUln'p.lIIY in due time
Sic. G. lie it further enacted, That the stafftfficcrF of every who shall Jailor refuse to organise when ordered any to do so-, to make their agreeable returns in to due form time., and report such captains a3 tail

grade, :i hall be nnpoiuted oy the res1ttive cOUlll1ancler, that: l'itu shall be attached to the nearest organised company, and perform Sec. 2.4. Be it further
sa.that t'ac Governor, brigadier and enacted, That the returns of
generals, coluIH lah:1ppoint militia duty as putt of said company. and strength
( their o..n r staff: and that captains of cOUlpal1ie :hall t1C.; 10. Ut\lt further enactod, That if said regiments should eq.ipmeuts, shall be mad by captains of companies re.spocti'ely .

appoint their natcoinmissconed officers by warrant, who shall elect their tied! ofl ors, it shall be their duty to serve two years muster, ou, agreeable the first to form in five days after the company

serve two year! or pay a fine of twenty dollars, on refusal to do or pay a line of five hundred dollars each, unless in cases of hall transmit them Saturday in July in every year ; and they
so unless they lUove from the 'cJI'ath" to the adjutant forthwith, who shaH within
removal thcrelrom
company.SEc. and shall
<< It be the duy of the
corn ten I days after the
7. He it further enacted, T4at the following rules shall Imlndll" otlicer of each battalionhere there vacancies in t to form and receipt of the same, mak3 his return agreeably -
the miljtin. transmit it to the
govern any oUlpan n)', to order an election to hit the same, hy who adjutaut
general hall
appomtng within
\ 1. EvclY ,commi3sioned officer, before he enters upon the two persons to hold said election, who shall make return his ten das after the receipt thereof make

l i duties of olnce, shall take an oath or llllirmation, to support the thereof, un er such rules und regulations return agreeably to form, and transmit it to the brigadier
are prescribed fur general :
I and it ho shall
consutution of the Unllt"l1 attars, and faithfilll)'. and to the best governing the election cf civil officers in this Territory, and the and r within approve the same, shall countersign it,
of his abilities: expeuk the duties fit'e days transmit it to the adjutanT
cnjcillcd by his commi inn, persons apptJi.1ted shall hold said elections or pay a fine of twenty shall on or before the fifteenth general, who
-i hhich oath or aflir.uatiun: :hall bu written on the back of the dollars eac), and the persons haing the number ef day of October, amalgamate the

10 coauuissiou! signed by the ofliceraud attested by the person atlef votes, hall b, elected, and shall serve two greatest brigade returns agreeably to form furnished, and transmit it to ;
ministering the ame. }years, or pn) a tine the adjutant general of the United States.
Q ; assessable: b) court martial, except an Cases of death
2. 1 he: drill and cX-l'rcise prl'l'icriLtd hy the laws of the, u. s. frftm mid company, which tine shall not exceed or hundred removal the SEC. 25. 1.13 it further enacted, That if any of the staff of
tor the of the one line shall refuse to carry into efTct of the duties
gonrumel1t anll) ; hall be adopted by the dollars. any as-
mitita of this '1'err tl ry. signed to them, they shall be tined in a sum nQ.t exceeding three
SEC. 11. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the
J' 3. The ulllform of the officers shall Lw similar to that of the the duty of hundred dollars, or be cashiered at the discretion of a court
persons holding elections in the various districts
army of the L. S. allotted martial, and if any captain, lieutenant, regimental staff officer -
i 4. In the fur captains companies, to give ten days notice thereof at three shall refuse Or neglect to execute of the duties
c equipment of a private, D muskrt<< rifle, or hot gun of the most public places in said district. any assigned
r :hall he iudisprnsi.,le : Pmidl, he: be the owner of eltl'er. SEC. 12. Be it further enacted That him, he shall) IDY a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars, or'be

I 5. At each muster the roll shall be called, and all d elinsue itsreported above first all military commissions cashiered at the discretion at a court martini ; and if anrJ
serjeant, ( staff officers
the except ) shaH emenate noncommissioned officer refuse
to .
proper uffi tat.G. from the Governor or neglect to perform the dntieg
j1 a iJde;;; ft'gllHfHltal ,ilid; :)atta ion orders shall bt' given in.of SEC. 13. Be it further countersigned enacted. by'l'hat the adjutant general. assigned him an this act. he shall pay a fine of not more than

writillg, a c' ufhLh from and after the pas twenty dollar;, At the discretion of martial
sP. rnu-t he: kppt h) the toPer I otli<<:cr. sage of this act, the following rules and a court and if any
7. On tl.urs ot out regulations, shall be private shall rJfiJse or neglect to perform the duties
r I ) a !private may. be rcpresf'ntt'd by ln able observed 111 filling vacancies of the pointed out
bodied sahsIHuL', but .. following named omcers. by law, be shill for such offence
on jeueral requismttort ub tltllttSb'.11: f 1. When shall take pay every a sum not exceeding
t i.w ndHJiucd to the Plfj1ultce: of the :ervi'c tours of any'tll.ancy place ill the o1lice of a:1Y ten ft< nshall ; duty colonel, it shall be the duty of the otIil'er in
next in
sat d
he lilllited i to the pt'n.llI of six lIlouth.;, but volunteer grade, 2G. Be it further enacted, That the adjutants of each
corps{ regimellt, to order an election to be held at thc several
_11lay 1 hc llIade. : .to serve. fur( the whole tune they stipulated Ou ilJ .aid re.imeut.! precinct:s: re iment, shill collect all tIne assessed. in regimental) courts

wuen 1H1I tcrOl.1ll1to Ser\'iCl'. martial, on an order tram the president o such courts, containing -
8 'nit' nJihtla hull aid the civil authority, on a written rp- lieutenant 11 colonel a.IY vacancy shall take place in the offico of any a particular account of the amount of all fined, how and when
of '
iutantr it shall
be the
qui itiln of a civil onicl'r Ih ) duty of the colonel incurred, and the of the whom
pecitill object, and whih shall ot the raiment, in which such flames persons against the same
i. 4eem reasonable to the officer appli.'d to_ election be vacancy may happen, to order are assessed ; and shall give bond with sufficient security to the
an to held
at several in
9. ha sudden! intasion or insurrection shall take p lace er be which such vacancy hnppen. preciucts the battalion in colonels, that they will f faithfully pay over all fines collected by'

made or UHeateJled 0.t any portion of the 'j'C'rritory. the comicmrlaiu.ing 3. When may hall take them, to the pny master of their respective regiment,, takmg-
any vacancy place in the office
officer of the Militia or any portion thereof adjacent it shall he the duty of the colonel of major, _their duplicate receipts tberefor, one of which receipts ho hall
' thereto, sh:11I: he, and he is hereby authorised and enjoined to in ti hich such or of the regiment transmit to the brigadiel general, and the adjutant is authorised .
4 order out the militia under his command vacancy may happen, to order an election in like and cal
to repel or suppress manner ; which said election shall he held and hereby required under the penalty of twenty to
the -ame, and the troops thus ordered into service conducted under on delinquent named said warrant, in J1edure or
t, shall be sub- the every 111 or a s<;
superintendance of three
.jed to and lie governed by the rules and articles of war, otlicor officers persons, to be appointed by the list to the warrantor annexed, and to demand payment f or said fine

irihed for the gO\'ernll ent of the United States: troops ; Pre and of the superintendents or ordering thus said election, and it shall be the duty tines, and on refusal to make payment fur the said fine or

4 ,that said otlictr shall forthwith the appointed, after being qualified, to 1 tines the the aforesaid
report same ta his coinmandutg the on demand thereof; adjutant having war-
polls at such time
open J and places the
officer, and to the executive [by express. ficers as said officer or of- rant shall proceed to collect said fine or fines and shall be entitled -\
10. \ ordering such elections direct, and it hall
officer may be
0 their
uOllcnmmlssioncd or private, shall be arre ted duty to polls and them to such costs as are received by sheriffs on executions
civil keep from ten o'clock
by whilst open in the
l .. whilst any process attending OilY muster, court martial, morning, until fiJur o'clock P. 1\1. then the votes shall beside ten per centum on the amount collected. '
' 01" on actual service, or whilst going to OJ returning there and a certificate "Iado out be counted : SEC. 27. De it further enacted, That the orderly serjeant of' ..
I tim, and stating number
l any arrest or service of praces: or execution on the by each votes received each company, shall collect all fines assessed in company courts
at such person being a candidate, and the
.' person time hereby declared same shall be
: t impri oument, except IJf\\'lUdtd to the officer martial, on all order from the president of such court, contain- ._ \
ordering the election
for treason, felony or breach of tie peace, and all person s thereafter ; und it shall be his 'i1thIii" ten days I 'eag a particular account of the amount of an fines, how and : .
on such service above duty to consolidate the I t I
named, shaH pass: all bridge and fer1 and forward a certificate, the returns when incurred, and the names of the person against whom they ,. :
l lies free of expense. naming persons elected to the
\\110 executive are assessed and shall bond with sIJffi'.aent to'
shall issue a I ; give security

,4: t -.LL-. : and 11.used The fur arils militia and'duty various shall accoutrements be kept b)' the militia should it ut any time happen cumlllls, that the ion 01lices Provided of colonel always, lieutenant that their captains, that they will ithfully t pay over aU tines collect- .IN

i'f civil proces exempt from execution under colonel, or major, 111 allY requirement should bo vacant- .,i ed by them, to thc paymaster 6t their regiment. taking his dot 7

12. Breaches of order then, and in such case, ir shall be the duty of two plicate receipt therefor.one of which receipts he shaH transmit : i,
militia or obedience to the in said regiment, to order a. election hich any captains, to the colonel of his reAimant, and he i is hereby bound under
laws on muster or other duty shall \ hall be held and
it l forthwith be taken notice of conducted in the like manner : Provided also the same penalty of the adjutant to make 4'olJectiqn";, and :is to .\t
the that
by officer and
.c proper rested and reported to the notice, by advertisement, shall be of the twenty days collect in the same manner, and shall receive tor his: :sercicet
Qfficer who time and
trial, or fine them in a court martial for their of holding any such elections.SEC. places the same compensation as ii allowed to the ad'utaat of regttents. it.
sum not exceeding
any dollnrs.
twenty .
Ue it further

conduct 13. Any person or persons who dhall by disorderly or flOtoUS shall take place in captain enacted, first,, That second where any vacancy SEC. 2i. Be it further enacted, That the paymaster of each .,. ''i'
the third
interrupt militiu whilst or lieutenants }
on muster court martial or commissions, the colonel regiment, shall bond and the colonel ,
other! he lieutenant colonel give security to or. con:- ,4manding
duty, ,
OJ or shall
they so offending shall be arrested major,
officer by the pro point in a reasonable time thereafter, two tit alp officer in such sum as ho may deem sufficient to PaY i.o'er
per or president of the court and be fined in and proper
such sum within said persons to the field officers of said hE f.<
to all the mommies )
the company manage said election ;
as court martial ordered for his or their trial who, shall hold
.4 to assess : Provided the may see ProIpe. the polls it the usual muster ground, (rom 11 may collect when a majority thereof shall give a written order .t
same does nut exceed a. m. until 3
'#t 14. In the proceedings of all court martials twenty the dollars, n1. after having given ten days notice, at two of the most public p.- theref, signed officially, reserving to himself five per cent. for J
1. of the members shall be to 01 umajority places ill said company, and on the same evening, the managers collecting and paying out, and it shall he the (Juty of" said pay :'

j sentence of And necessary substantiate a shall count over the votes and dechue the master to report quarterly to the colonel, agreeable to a t form &
guilty : they shall award a person elected
punishment according in a certificate directed t.l the officer furnished, the amount of monies band under of
: on a penalty :1
their the
i to estimation of the criminality of the ordering same, who :
i 15. All persons,against whom hall shall forward a certificate, rmuuting-the person elected to the not more than twenty dollars, for each offence, to Qc assessed rMl
be ex
charges: prtfferod shall -
who shall issue by a court maltial. tJiJ
; have due notice thereof either written or a commission, thereon and that__ nil_ nffi__.__
printed, --- -
;. the !letting: forth cars now 111 commission, orthat may bo here3after n SEC. 29. De it further enacted, That nIl monies paid Into : 1
specific accusation
e and the of commissioned
name -
any are shall hold the same during the hands of-paymasters, shaH!! remain there fund
All field officers good beha\'io. and stall as a military f
necessary. and their staff, shall have not bo
J 1 days notice, all other officers, ten days notice : And noncom-twenty permitted to resign in'less than two years, unless they remove each tor the various regiments, until a majority of the field officers of \!,
from the regiment, shall 1'0
mispioned officers and privatea five I regiment or company district. agree dispose of the same, for the purpose

: breaches of the insubordination days and notice, except offences, SEC. 15. Be it further enacted, That when thus of purchasing colours, drums and other military accoutre'tents ., j'
other any
peace person
: ullsoldierlike appointed, to hold elections in for the regiments ; distributing the as .
same as
behaviour districts equally ft.-
; r on muster, in camp or other du when the compaly shall refuse or
s. ... f.. y "- officer arrest, and the proper fail to do so, he or they bO/offending, shall be fined in a Justice may require alUongst the companies. .-
may commanding officer detail SUm nor
a court exceeding dollars SEC. 30. Be it further
t martial forthwith for their trial. twenty at the discretion of the officer order- enacted, That all the officers not pC4'I 'i

I I : 16. In all courts martal the officer highest in rank shall ing said election, and laid: fine shaH be collected by the I cially mentioned in this act, shall perf rm their duties respe :-.1
proper I
officer. tively
preside agreeable to custom in
bodies t"
but if there be military or agreeable
; two
or more of the same rank, of the Sac. 16. De further the regulations of the ,
-- 4.; big het grade. the senior io.commiision enacted, That musters army of the United States.
company shall
: shdll preside, and the be held SEC. 3 J. De it \
the first further
on enacted
: R4 That
Saturdays aU
r jUI.ior shall be recorder and In January, April orders or warrants
he shall certify the decision of the tober.Sac.. July, and Oc- .issued by .Ii
court and ahaJl any or'Pre!r9 ident or any courts mart! J.
cauH the&.
etime to Ate submitted
to 9fficor ordered :
17. De it or detailed in f
further enacted That it p ursuahe Qf act fot' tho collecting
# ....- ... ebaU bo I"wful 1 fgr .

tr .
1 :


\ 2 4 .

-- --- ..-....- .e

penalty imposed by this act, shall have: the force For eventual payment of said fine : Provided the same shouldof - -, 1. -

; any fine or utiott in law. Dot be reiui(1odand (1 Storage <$ Commission Bussiness. SELLING OFF LOW *OR CA H. I. "

effect ol an it c"rthertnacfed, That the right of appeal slaH SEC. 33. Be it further enacted, That all laws and parts of THE subscriber, at his new store, comer of Jeffery __..:: w
32. U Monroe-s/rects, offers for sale to thepub
SEC. d.t : Qn against whom anycourts fine may be iimo- laws, heretofore passed for the government of the militia of this wt lie l general, handsome as.Ortllll'lItuf: the following" .J
Wl .
be/Jr.nv'rcmp.ny, or battalion, martial, to the; text Territory, me hereby repealed. named articles at the most reduced prices for rash,Vii: .

sed. into bond and PASSED Feb. .
+ curt martial, upon entering security 15, 1833.regunent DRY-GOODS.
1 APPROVED Feb. 17, 1833. f tt'iib u.acribcrs are now erecting; a large and
JL commodious Ware-House: with a Patent Cotton silks Black
COMPANY RETURN. Grosdcnup, Italian Lutestring, Black
I : Press for he pu:pose of packing cotton and skins, and sarcenet, Blue, Green, Pink, and white Florences,
compressing Cotton for shipment, it will be in operation Figured Silks in variety, Irish Poplin, Silk Velvet,
I'' I in a short time. They are now ready to purchase Cotton do.Tarran Plaid, Furniture, Calico,
'I I I I Cotton or make liberal advances on Cotton stored : Black Lasting, Bobinet and thread Laces, Irish Superior Linens
\ I I / REi\L ,hS. with them for :shipment to any port ia the U. S. A. Sea Island Cotton Shirting, Plain and figured J.\CO-
\ I' ( Their charge for storage is 25 cents a bale by the season nectt, S\\"ibsand Book :Muslins,shawls, worked capca

I which they do not exact if they become the pur- and dresses,handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Ginghams, Nankeens
chasers. They have a number of first rate vessels en- Brown Holland, French Brown Linen, Furni..
Il .1 I g.ipnl: to freight for them to New Orleans, New York, Lure fine Cloths
\ I .1 Dimity Cassamers and Cassinttts: ,
: i i ) and Charleston, and they will engage to carry freightto white and Red FI.mndt'grucloths, Scotch and Russia -
those places as low as vessels in the trade,
any sheeting, Osanbunrs, &c- \r.HARDWARE..
.; t T\\ "'- I and no charge will be made tor lightering of Cotton
: ,
j = 1"1 ; :: ;: : 7. ; .
; ":' I :: !. ::-I I":_: -. JJ, :: f. shipped by them. J. G. & N. 11AMLEN.
'T ..
;" 1j1 ; I" 'T. L _1. :: .
.-Ci-j J :-: j 71 -- ':-: .:-t: :: 7. .=-. I '-- .7..; = Ii I .J 0 '! :Magnolia, Oct. 9, 1832. 8tf. .
G t-. = f S = ,- A and
E large extensive of Hardware
.1 i I J. G. & N. HAMLIN, consisting
: of Knives and Forke, Pen Knives, Spoons
!: =- -= = "':" =- - - -1- HAVE received from Jew-Orleans, and offer Scissors, Razors, Locks, Augers Chisels,*>.l'., togethe

LTJT\ i I -1 i LJ i 1I 5U Bbls. old whiskey, with a complete asMirtmentof carpenters PLANES.'::

100 Fine Kentucky bagging, BOOTS&SHOES
do hereby certify that the above: i is a correct representation of the! strength and equipment of company 100 Coils bale mi-, :

the regiment of Florida Militia on the ,. day ol 50 Bbts. new flour, A large assortment of Baltimore -
in lb3Commanding. 10 tllids. Bacon, and NEW-YORK made

20 Sacks,coffee, m co ay ? D Sa1: 2
50 Bbls. Rum, and Pumps, Ladies satin and t'r.llu.I:
iWO Sacks Salt, Shoes, Brogans, &c.BATS.

I I I I I I .1 i : 25: lloxcs: tobacco, ii AND CAPS:

t } I 1)1) J I' I' 10\la Kegs jnolina, do.November 6th 1532. t A superior assortn tent 01 the

NEW STORE most fashionable HATS & CAPS of

all descriptions. .
!ti' .1 I 1 :. I I. I I I I I .l IN QUINCY. GROCERIES. '

; 1. I J subscriber i.us: : iciUMVtd frotH 1 alluh.-isscc
I I. .I J 1 1' 'r. THC i is the A large stock in all its variety.FLOUR. .
d = now opening ut corner store formrrly Of'-
;:; = i.i r. IJ; .

ik I I "I. .- I _I ... 1I 1// ;_: 'f. cupicd by Messrs.: J. h IJ. P. Petty, and oppo-ile Mrs.
'":" :- ::;. I :: I I = = I = .: = U; -%. == I -:;, I'i I -:. ;w 'T. L Hul.b loii-4 established and well known hotel
= .:: I.::: :.:.. :: : ; ? :: :: : : ..:.t,: .! i. '': : !_ :_; := ; !: E i. = .
I : "' -. I -_ .;, _- ,_- _. _- -_ ., _- _-.,; _- :>
t 1 Barrels
1 -_ -
r r '- new flour
.c i ;; 1'I.. .: : f : : : : I : :: ,; I ':;: :: = ,:: : ,:: I.:: :: :z Jj.3'\rm! l .:i1'I!] superior

,;:"j::" -==-1-I ((:- -,=-I. -I-1-1' -I---j-' j'-! .1--1-I-I.-1--I -,--=--1-11 : ]JlY-GViJiS. ALSO.

Which are in partastullo la/cstfasluoiicd: and bestj'ulity '
Sadlery; Crockery and Glass
do hereby certify that the shot i< a correct representation of the strength and equipment of the regiment attached chi lice and oil coloured calicoes,-SUPF.KKINE Ware

to the Brigade of :Florida Militia on the day: of 1S3 shawls CLOTHS and AND C \ iiNr.TTs-read} raadocloiLing, Marino Tin ware, Looking GltlsC,.,halt, Ready
silk and do.
Adjutant, coN.st.Ta, with black ostrich feathers and rich rib clothing, stationary, &c. &.C.

of the regiment of Florida )3Iilitia.o buns fur uinnnings-: with a variety of other :aiticles too J A.lESl' tULLJ'i.
tediJll-l: to enumerate. Tallahassee. November lath 1 Is31. :3ltfI

t: I 1 + I I I I I GROCERIES &C. I 'IA 1 > .\K p Al \L) AN UYN.S'INK.POWIIER:::;
i 1 t I : I' I I I :
-:: I j I I I r.iasai'0 in the grocery rule, just: receiveu from Orleans -
.L I : I II ( 1 1:1: addition to Ins old stock,hams and bides,superfine .\\IJLIQUID ,
1.\ I
1' l \ I \ \ I flour, white leaf-lard. INK.F

t t : 1.c y I -= \ :r I Best q.t.tlityof! llavanah g1"In( coffee, sperm: candles, any ake .->,ul! ui.acrjuamted well the fuvai: sUPf'ri4
.; ? ; I I T I -. .J. 2 ;; i. I I I = I v cry tine i it ked Scotch herrings, pippin apples, inshpotatoes : and unexampled reputation of these articles I.
I r: = '.'" :=, I :' I:; I, 't I 7J I 73 I. =. J I old coginau brandy, UI). Holland gin, Jamaica: tii y are united to read the following peciable te timony -
I- 1- ; 1- :: _! ,:: f :- :_ ;:: j.: .i. :: :-.. ?_I -; spirits neel as: imported old to the fact, and ti> make trial lor thl'm .elvcs.
J. I : .' 1- rt. ; :: To apple brandy, Moiiongahcla -
:; : .1- : : t. = t = / = 1 :; :: \ -: :; ',. \ :,; whiskey; 7 years old. \\'Inch together; with a variety ITht: importance of having the very best Writing
,11 : ; } / I {, o s T. ; Ink is too we. known to bemenriontd.
=' cL _, /I' L le"e-i, tL -- li ; I. : of other articles constitute a complete asaortmen: ThisJintJ has
= I : : 1 / = ';" .: \ = : :: : I._:: I'-:: : : -= and n well calculated suit the been in use: lourtecn years: and the .
== 1 ; i': ::3 ; -; .; I : ,.: ,'. II., :: !. _.. ? .; ,.., I;: ._ to inhabitants of Quincy testimony rc&pectU :; 1.
1 '- I. 1\ I. \I. ""- \- 4 and! its vi-'inity. ; it ib the gone: front all part> ,11'the .
i; ,-j-/--1---\---\-\---I-\-I-I-i i \ : \ I\ \ \ \._ \-\-----1--\ \ 11 I \-\--- -i- Tilt highest prices will be given fur COTTON, .SUGAR, ; *.

IIIUC3, SKI:'', I-CUS:, AND ALL OT HF.R COUNTRY KKOUClE. rrgisttrof CunnyMuts tt'iarltaJls: ,Jan.26, 1S32MAT.NAUD
JA.SIE C. EC'JLLS.: \lcssrs. X Nojf:*' : ::"ntlciucn, ha\m! '.
\ do harrltv. certify that the above is a. correct statement of the strength and equipment} of the Brigade of FloMtiitu Used Ink for about ?
i"cPnt)-r t ht la.S2. latf. your tuo y< M<, \\C have the pleasure -
nJa : en the day 1S3 .\,. B. '. LtLNUF.1'. : to inform yu that we found it to be of superior
\ tiLL
wis to tu close: !his t lsi-
Assitantdjutant General of tho LA qnallly, and the best we have ever used. It flow well
Brigade of Florida! :Militia.: in this plat', a.d till uisNusu. ( of hio gods!
I have examined:: the above return and find it.correct and approve i it. Iv\'t ; he :li:t.> remaining: u;, hand, and gins a Yours permanent rcspccinlly black.: ,
10 Bbis.tnskty:: ,
A. B. '
3 ; JteT ofCmueyancu.
Brigadier General of the Brigade! of Florida Militia.: 10 rum n.uclicrcl:!, CIA ItLE. BA YON, Irp'ttyIeziter.
Office Bank U. S.
S 'jrk, Ciniinnati Die. 7, 1S3I.
I The Ink Powder 5 '
Maynard anti has
\.- rivmntrr, to the Regiment of Florida, Tr. Contrary, Cr. 20 2U bo\e sacks: sail claret, and ihcny -: used in this Office for several years. "VVe oyt find> it supcriir -

h3X'L.e: at- r( ten e d of C. 1 lI. .\dJ. to said t:: 3:3J: S Z qr. casks .s\.cct, } WIX!:-.. to any we have ever u .e-d. P. BENSON, Cashier.nesisiers .
.: $1' its. Oficc, eic-1'orJt: Oct. 25, 1531.Messrs. : .
'Jun. 10 Lye gitnent fur tines collected for this UU 10 buxesauap: ,
_, ualance due the regiment, J 00ear. : )'1.\ XARD k NOILS'
I ) j I I March 3l 10UOU, 0 bl Iiavai.ua s. flour, seirar (i< ,1!'t'cir.t-n!' ,-liavnii; used your Ink about six yean, .
1'0 cash received of B. F. Ser. : we have no hesitation
Orderly I If b halt tairtIs buckwheat, in pronouncins it* cb. G, I ge'ant to said reiment, for tines coHcc- OYOO rtrd I I 1U bxw rjin->. we Iu.ve heretofore u.>l'IJ!, amlas.bni. ,'hrhetrfuily recomi.icnd -
I u. Respectfully, }or obetl't.! bcr>'Ls.
this c111111: cr, II Talt.th.1"! ", Keliruary: 16th 1?33. 26tf
21 v Herewith lr return for the Ittgttitir lfmrijnti.i i.. Mars t.\'w'wO.hrm.. DAVID GLADD,
yn lmj hrai of Juuu
quarter u.i Ih .
ending its which il.
;: J
v "-j-e to tll.:- rZJVllnev.schr.
Lnn\\ ihe of. you !pi ..:: Lady Washington, P.1I.: SuainiIL EDGE :MORTIMER.
' lodge rt-cfcipt .\. B., Paymaster.A : : nui-,it.r .. .iii ply between thu and New-Orloar.i! :: The above valuable! articles may tc had/\ at whole-
loG.\ H. ("'ommnndiim: th- Regiment, Flori Milita.. a a regular! {p uliti! during this season. sale and retail, at a small advance! on the manufacturer

l For lifi tin, or ji/jsagc' having elegant: accommctlv I price, of E. L'. PERKINS, Jgmt.
Buns, :ij:){i'li 1 to tli; ca.'tatu on board, or to 1::. :SEIAS:::; I l Tallahassee: J.\ll'ny 5ti! 1 l3jTM'rED : tl11f
I It.. I. th I'f': Iq, nt 4t t -:Morida, Ih) ( 0'itrarv! IV. .\M.iL'ix.i: Dln'II,! ';r Jilt J1"j.: 1 IittJosEfl > STAlES J1AlL, S'I'EAI(L'UA'1'aNDPEWJACKSON .
I --

-\l"a./ t balance due thu regiment l last quarter .;.:.1 d/J"/ \&Jun;:;1i. t icy cash paid J. H. & :\1. Field officers t, '$ t'. : icccicil; by late arrivai LDD" rrum.tClorl.and=- ,, .r .:A J.l VERS:a1LLE .-From AND C%>-

\pnll'j' cash r.ccl\cd: c f ( n.dJ tant t.:111 I in said IUOjUO lli.- i nimbus
I regiment as I)cr. order. :- (lII:1. I II to APt Ialaclicolit. The
inient fur 1n"oIr! ,'trd tti, r 1 .... ab"c hr.s "I.. ;ieave;; Columbus
: lll/arter. I 1 I I I 50 1,1 uid ha 1 i u-ur-:Is mackerel: T,u. 1, 2 :tlli: :3. alternately, every
.'land', alHWe o'clock A. M. fur
I l.i ca,ks putter crackers, JtesJaytal6! 4\ppa-
Mil-ili-re llll )'l'll .1' xc .< y icturu fur the quarter' ending. the oUtli Juno Ib3: winch'uu J uih !pluabu to.ckuutvtedgu; 50( I l.b. whiskey: lad1 (r.LI, and will intersfct: the new mail stase line,

the receipt of > A. li., Pay mater.: 2. bis. .Navy and Pilot Bread!, from T.iilahjssee Mobile, vii. : Pciibaccla at Aspa-
Col G. If "CO'1lt1l' ndi g I the; raiment Florida: :IMililia. 50:; '. Inali Foutoes, I la":i on Tuesday and Thursduy at noon. In returning, '
IJ Kegs: Goshen: iiuttiT, wilt 1 :leave Apjialaehieoh. every Thursday and Fridaya
2n\ .' and boxes 'oliarcO) : 10 o'clock :1.1Land arrive at A>palasft the next

Cusp. 690. :\0. 75 sacks: < sied-Uats, days by 12 J o'clock 31. where passengers will find stagca
[ ; AN \CT
3J J to provide for Die location of .
tiJ. c .uuu site inVal.oll County j and for other pernnnent j their. courts in said court house at such times as are required by 15: bundUs good Hay, for Tallahassee.
puq'o-tI. law.l 55: bis. Boston No. The proprietors of the above ligh.t-drmtght boats have
SEC. 1. lie i beef
it enacted by the Governor and Legislative ineHfd! :t large capital in fitting them the ,
25 albs Liverpool salt ul|' tor comfort
SEC. 8. Bo ;it f further That all here ,
Council I of the Florida enacted,
of That arrangements of in the
Territaiy an flection shall ho d buses: Uaisiu;: pasa'.nxcra:: :, onialcnt! txptctatiou, that a
li -Id in the county Walton, for the permanent location ot" tho tofore entered into, relaihe: to the location of the county .
c'+juiv sit' in s.udcountv., on the first Monday in Nay next 'of Walton county, are hereby vrcvoked ; and that this act shall a\Iti;nolui Febrn.irv 23d IS33. tempt to supply! Appalachieol. \>ith a regular mail,) tu

u bleb; election shall hu conducted; by the same inspectors appointed -; take effect from and after its passage.Passed : :: ffLWlry, lilllI, Flint
: toscondiirt the ele'c'ion fur Ftb. M//I 1833.: 15 bbls. wiiiskty:: ; 10 bob- rum ; 3 bits! gin,
delegate to congress:: at each: U cider i REMOVAL.
anti every }pn-riiu-t. in said ilpproretl, Feb. 1C, 1533.
cojnty.SLC. 5 casks
qr. ) Subscriber takes this opportunity to inform
:!, Ue It furth-r( t-iurted; That tho inspectors of said 2" St. Lu.-ia. v WISES. THE Customers, and the public generally, that he
"'"p e l. $atcs eloctiou .shall: iviihm ten day= after said; flection trans- CHAP 689! [No. 32,] AN ACT authorize the! county court of GruWen 1_' boxe-a: Sherry, ) has removed his Confectionary to the house: of Messrs.
iiiit, Clr cause to bo trausaiittfd Lou_ ty to lay a tax fur the purpo building: bridges in said county. 7 bbls. drji-d apples; 2 bbls. drycd peaches, L. Sf :M. A Armistead near the Capitol Square,where
to thw clerk of'thu
a raum of the election County court, SEC 1, Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative 25 bbl- ;;n-en upples ; 5 bbls. cotiee ; '23 bla.ilour r, he l keeps constantly hand the bes>tof L1QUOIIS of
Ucld for the county site .faid rmintiv, Council of the Territory of Florida That the county court ofGad.Mlen 35 Lags tolllc ; 10 bis- new bickwh l at, I all kinds-also various kinds of Wine and Cordials,

and it shall: I tiC the duly of the clerk of thc county court in said; County be, and they are hereby vested;: with full 10 boiessoap ; 12 boxes:: sperm' candles, Porter, Cider, Ale-Candies, Sweetmeats, Pickles,
!county: : to proclaim the -dtleuicnt in said: elected power 25 bunch raisins ; 20 J boxes ditto, &.C&.C. Different kinds of Relishes at all times, all of
f for the
!to'-aiMiiof the SUP county at their first session alter the passage of flit: act, and annually 10 bUs. jKsrk ; 20 sacks salt ; 10 bbls.(: :Mackerel, which he offers on liberal terms. He tenders his sin-

the: most county by advertising thf same in four of thereafter, to assess and collect a tax to raise a fund for the 10,01(0( Spanish: sc.;ars. Just received per. bit; At cere thank to his customer generally, ti.>r th\.ir liberal I

pllhlcpltCl'S: in said county, so soon as CUll\ enicut purpose of building; such bridges in said county, as tho county lactic Iron. rseYoik, and will be sold on accommodating favors: the past year-and hopes by unremitted {
aitr :sad 4 Iff'ison.LI. : terms by LA\VRE:\CE illLL.. attention to busmcbo, to merit a continuance of their
thereof has order Provided the
court hereafter
or may : same January 5th 1333.
3. Be it .urther aOtfItJrsULUTlO patronage.
enacted That the settl) ment k Town shall not exceed hu-.dred the assessed amountof
one cent on :
h tlit per i. R.K.'VEST.I .
> nai.ie ol AUriiatkaitd that The firm 1'restoii, Joucs
d crtfteit.ement|" known I by the name of" jSan- the territorial taxes paid by each and every individual in said D1 and Xeeman, was dssolved by mutual consent on 1 I July 10, 1S32. 47 tf
> : near Ca-i.phcISs h tin! tim P. .y.. R. K. West has rerriv.; Ii!
(p-jnd, are +-reby nominat -'d a> the places to be voted f f..r. and that the lace having a t>Lc. 2, Be it further enacted, That the tax thus imposedthall i.rm111 come forward and close their accnu ts. Baltimore, a large St'pply of the vrry i U-at: qualities of
:naj. nty of votes hhall !uxt the Quincy, February ) THOMAS PRESTON Jr. LIQUORS AND coNFECiIONAP.T.-Hi-- friends and the
Il. 4. tic further permanent site ot said county. be collected by the tax collector of said county at th.: same :'d 1?3J. \ WILLIAM: JONES, lovers l of god eating and drmkinir, ;are invited to call
I1ullh'r.'e : enacted, That Dad EvanUaac %L. tune and in the S lute ii.anner that the territorial taxes are cal l- 2 3mVILLIA f NEEMAiN.I and judge for themselves. Oct. 3'Hi 1 IS32. lltffclLAS

Jie David be and XJ'.i'her-onLsq? ; Jacob l l') !burn ,mu Hit iJluon d lected ; and th same compensation' shall be allowed to tae tax BlllE subscribers have just received from N. York -- ::;-li.-DNtSON'r":

s-l'-rlthc tuey are hereby appointed J com.'iu,:" iMier>. to collector as is allowed for the collection of territorial taxes. JL a large; and general a.ssorlmcntof velvet, blue and vs }> In .iftuc/irnenf.

shall lima CI1Vj'utentJtuatllJU in the (:ttlt.mcuthich Mc. 31 e it further enacted, That tae tax collector of said black cloth, blue, black, 11 ussian green, drakeneck, LEMUEL BURROWS
be elected fur the county site .n -aid count, uithin Slxh't.1'I'S county hall over to thv treasurer thereof such sum or sums rich plum and sfel, mixed, supt native, superior black, TAKE notice the above suit hm been commenced
py justice's court, for the of Monroe and
after said election ; blue! striped, diobilseh, mixed, county
uho.-e %
decision of bcalion sh.ul be iinanent of hu collected which shall be to green copper the attachment made returnable ,..
and p : money as may subject:; utixed,'nuhty ulo, brown. Mixed, green and union mixed to t t next May term
; so boon as the election of location tor county: the Order ot the county court of said jrounty ; and shall bo (liable tM snncis, lattinetts, black silk llorenteen, English of the superior court of the southern judicial district of

said Ie! is made ly the coinmissiorit'rs or a majority of then, ih; to the same pains and) penalties as are imposed by law uponthtj silk vesting, fancy, do., water silk do% brown do., figured b'lorida. All be persons interested theiein, are hereby requested
cormni-Hiontrs or a majority ol them, shall have and I I do., slack silk velvet, plain and figured drab, bearcrtiun to and appear at the court house in the cityof
; power different tax collectors in this territory, for a failure or the first
at. iicgto blue hair camlet. Key-West on Monday in Mny next, to
Uoniy t.i goat Leather mane nt
contract fur the ere lieu of a court IIOUM; in said 1 tact perform their duties. caps show cause, it'any they have why judgment should
silk bombazine
p cttltltj suspenders, }gloves, beaver hats, velvet, e
: Provided
3ri11 t that the sum lor the era-uou of the amc, P sedkcb. 14, IS' 3. state right and silk :stocks, bandaners&. silk flag handkerchiefs not be entered according to law.

trot exceed tuo liundrt.d d III41IS. Approved Feb. 16/". 1833. : ready-made coats, pantaloons: and vests, linen i- It. It. FLETCHER, S. M. C. '
SEt. 5, l Hit further enacted, That the county court ofcounty shirts, figured and plain bosoms, collars made after Key-West January 18th 1833. 27tf
..holt ICttsP JAMES U .;IL1t& JACOB It,L.1 \ _
hall the 1atc fashions. Allot which are offered for sale to )
nwncnt \ have power at the fir.-st term after the per fiB;. [No. :1)1r] ; ACT to define and fix tho southern and westernboundary our friends and customers, on the most reasonable Under the firm of James Ogilvie $co. i In

and location i iol made: for county -itrt, to direct the a>sesdiiig (- line of Jackson County terms. The subscribers are also, provided with good vs f$ttacllmnJt.

coiloctm: ;! of a tax ior the purpose of delr.jymg the expense SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislativej workmen, and will make up clothing at short notice, EDWARD KLEIN, J
ol ereu ,. after the latest fashions. R. L'. 7&TOT1CE is hereby given to all concerned, that the
: ;;. a court house in said county : Provided th Council of Territory of Florida, That the southern and! we:;- : & J. B. BULL. J/l
same .-hall November 20th iB3=x. 14tf above cause has been commenced by process of
al riot .xceLC| tn ent}'.five per centum upon the terntort-- tern boundary line of Jackson County be so altered that the di- attachment, rnaac returnable to Lei.n superior court.

t'IXt'6, nor rnon than twelve and ahalt p<*r cent on the county vidmg lino beY.veen said county Washington! on the southern THE undersigned having purchased tho entire in- JOHN K. CAMPBELL
tJ: xe., now anthort e(1 laxi3LC. side William Neeinun in the stock of goo s ; February 23d 1333. 27Gw
.y \ Hide, shall be the basis paralel l ; and on the western the
will continue to do business the stand
at same underthe
6. Beit further enacted, That the county court of dividing line shall commence at the south west corner of township firm of Preston and Jones, and have received in Territory of thruta, Lton Superior Court.
said The executors of ThoSe Sedden .
county shall also hate the power to direct the a.-scssing j one, range twelve, north and west, being on said basis par- addition to the old stock from Baltimore and New.York compi'ts.TS n ""ma-

and collecting of a tax so as not to exceed one and a half cents, ale), and running from thence a due north course on the a heavy supply groceries :, and are dally expecting Thomas Brown and others defendants. 11 .

upon each head of cattle, (over twenty five,) that is owned by diiiij line between range twelve and thirteen, to the dividing line, from suited the to Inner the place a season handsome Wad approaching assortment ot t goods.' IT appearing to the satisfaction of the that
citizen present spring
any of aid county to raise: an additional sum for the between township four and 1 five, and the intersection of the and infnd constantly to keep a good supply of good 3 of nry the Parker defendants, Harriet Parker and Eliza 11. Jones
ulpose part aforesaid resident of '
ONuer or hereinafter mentioned, and it shall be the duty of tho( two said lines ; thence a westerly course to the junction of Parrot -which they offer to sell to their old Iritnds on the this territory, but live in some other, arc not of the United

Ir keeper of dnv' stock of cattle, to give in upon oath; :; crecK, where it discharges its waters into the Choctawnat-rt usual credits : they feel.grateful past favours and States. part _

(stile required; to t th a,(!+essor, a true account ot the number o f chee river ; thence up, and with said river to the Alabama tin e. solicit trying a to continuance deserve the of same.their patronage u they intend..i It is therefore decreed and ordered, that unless said l
owned, or in his possession SEC. 2. Be it further enacted. That all 1 l'w9' and part oflaws THOMAS PRESTON, Jr. defendants do appear and answer the complainants ;
5tc. 7. lle filed herein, on or before tits first June
It Monday in next, ,
further enacted That the court passed :; southern and western boundary WILLIAM D. JONES
Ouse m raid so soon as previously defining.the that the same shall be taken pro tonfetso, and the matters '
county ig completed and received said line Jackson far conflict with the Quincy February 2d 1831. 243m thereof
by commw1' County, Ir so as they i decreed accordingly : Provided, that thiS :
rIt:- alwll
flit b e the dut3ro! the judge of the bupenor coin provisions of this gist,'be, and the same are hereby repealed. ( BILLS OF LADING Neatly order be published in some authorized newspaper prifl t ;

prewding justice judge o of the county courts, to hold I Pas sd l'eb. 15. 1833rcredFck 16. 1833. .BLANK, and kept for sale at.this Ofti e. ted Jaa.in 26 this, 1333.district 23 im.once. a week THOMAS fur four RA months.D.J ,+E .