The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 23, 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
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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nblo body frrJcrpd It to he printed, and 'd Turkish Admirt, ho had been displaced, and ibe command and to transmit unimpaired to posterity the Judge, gives some idea of the
laws, carrring into effect given to the the Utfeft0
FL.ORIDIAN every measure" therein commanding fought
: of federal Union. At the same
our distress
recommended, of which Mr. Call and his frknd'iclaimed ballla ofiN'avarino At the time sailing of the Amerlean blessings ampled of the Hl-fated: peopU- _

the sole) merit, because hc happened to ben 9ili Deccnrbt-r, it was the general opinion that 70, time, it will be my aim to inculcate by my official total number of deaths t all'tbe IsJand t

-- uAUaUaJ.\m i Congress when the subjects not acted on, in ((100 m o had deserted the Turkish and joined the Egyp acts, the necessity exercising, by the Umated at about 40,000 sonfe, *.hr
the short session tian Standnril ; and it was the general opinion General Government those that
SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 23.Col. when General Hernaiulfz was powell only "The fatal germ of famine
less the Grand received assistance in and
tj > --------- -= there, were 'followed up in that, in which! he ser money tOI, the ulan Enropvnn government he would men are clearly delegated ; to encourage simplicity bud in the month of March, I83P mt he It
White left the ISih inst. b
Washington on 'Dd'
ved.The : obliged to yield 1 the Pacha of Eg}pt, and retire and econemy in the expenditures of the Go- steady graduation attained 1'4
Florida.-He returns by the of Charleston to St. put he in the frigEtfol !
way played first council l was calculated A sin. vernmcnt ; to raise no more moneY from the as to destroy by an a''Q
Augustine, aud will probably reach this place about to embarrass all its proceeding and the The plague had violently for abut three week. approximate c*Jcu o
) rnlBi people than he requisite for these objects 15000
I victims
thc middle of next month. I part; he played out of it, was to rouse a deep disgust during which J7,0 persons had died,. may The scarcity offa\\ : ,
in ihe'minds of the old inhabitants against When Capt. Al. sailed it had nearly l and in a manner that will best promote the interest to the want of water at those places, J -1

II The bill to provide for laying off a town at Saintlbrks'ln the proceedings of the majority, and .lo cause Abut 500 men had,been employed under Mr. Eck- of all classes of the community, and of the ground in the month of April ,

btcouie a Is w. thorn to flock around his office, and consider him ultan'a' navy yard. apportions of the Union. Constantly bearing June must be watered, and the JJalln4 C
Mr Eckford had the of like
'I tJieir: friend and benefactor, and as all their titles 'for the Sultan completed, which building outstripped a all splendid the ir mind that in entering i into society "indi rah in July and August want .
.4 We jniWish to-day the forty acre law, whichvill be t were then about to be presented to the ( cuter viduals must share of to future foretold .if*
1! nmmisI Turkish ,'estell in sailing. He had, at the time of his give up a liberty preserve slate of the Island. It *
,cry acceptable l to those who were t wt able to ll\Ai11 sioners fcr tJrciinn", he founJ--_ it_ a- mo't__ :1O'rPl'I n,' ___hIp_.. i------clne on the stoh, a- flVr n *ftfu and :utrtnllar vessel.. for the ....*.,n it will. KO mv ftr_ '. tra, jo to drs- I n fOJlr_. .'p'n._.. .1. .J __ I. seamed. as if- ,.{. ..
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r thenlScl\'eI ot tni lornll'r un.. office to feather his nest with the plumage of the the navy of the 8ul, J breth- .Iu t WI4 comolnea iuji wazueiij' '11
charge duties to foster with our better
my effect
a birds he charmed around him. Those whose The splendid corvette in which Mr. sailed, the complete dt

General R. K. Cnll has been re-appointed receiver sensibilities lie near the pocket, have reason to and which was built by him in this city.Eckord 1J, wan ren in all parts of the country, spirit liberal I of the ill fated inhabitants. Rain, ifi*

I cf the land office at Tall hassee.-e suppose it will remember the protection of their rxMielactor' who sold to the Sultan for the sum ofy.700.000 piastres or concession and compromise ; and, by reconciling -I wont to be plentiful in the *

he time: enough to resign: afttr the May election, if he to use his favorite expression, laid it open to the aboni $140 (000. Tlii corvette was the fastest ship in our fellow-citizens to those partial sacrifices I gust and September, was months of /,, 1!
the fleet and
was able to beat the Dardanelles, eagerly but '
tk successful, if uot, surely his present office is better bone. Those he chanced to owe, fared badly in while' the rest of the squadron were up obliged to be at an which they must unavoidably ..make looked l t for. The seeds and hr *! .ii'
plants '
than nothing. the way of ?el oils, whilst the largest portion pro- chor. There were left of the American workmen in the (or the preservation of greater good, to recommend I husbandman with so much toil whiefci X !

tested the bills, which were not prosecuted by yard about 75 persona, who sailed hence with Captain.Matthews. our invaluable Government and Union I committed, to the and care Rj% P.
The bill for dUiribiuing the proceeds of the public suit, because there were some draughts! fir : i ground, produced disao
p01)11larity to the
confidence and affections of the American I lent and
and Mr. Eckford'a illnrs! -! despair. The Intense
; lands among the states, pass d both houses of Coir votes behind, that it was: desirable wn an infl.unmaiion of the brain, beat ofS
should be honored. In his oh'a fortnight's continuance. Capt Matthews visited people. j I SLin in October scorched
conduct ,
public he burnt
l hlJt :
gres by large majority, was vetoed by the Pre I and
It ed the same part in storing up disaffection. to the him immediately- his arrival, at a period of six days Finally, it is my most fervent prayer, to destroyed nil sorts fruitful utterlr 1 b
sident. reserved for the
: new states twelve per. commissioners, that he did to the first legislative after his attackHe was then supposed to be regaining that Almighty Being before whom I now I ITore! began the work vegetation.
cent of the proceeds, in addition to the Mini heretoforefC.U.l.d IIH health, but neJt morni-ip! he became delirious, in famine d
council. He and his emissaries made stand and who has k in his Its .
an impression which he (;pt us hands from sprnod into rava.
stale continued
till ges
for works of internal improvement, and fur death. was consid every corner of the ;
: the purposes of cduMlion within the same, also, five and ruined that the Spanish grantees were to be robbed vied :public calamity by all caioC:. The Sultan estimated -: the infancy of our Republic to the present day, 1 individual property was no longer I land

by the bad faith of our government, 'his character and \alet so highly, that he frequently that he will so overrule all intentions and and men ,if* furnished resD rj T .
,hundred thousand ncres to each of the my I lions ,
audits ,
new states, for officers, and that he was: their shield and entered tnto conversation with him, a con- laid j the "
actions and
.", the same object, and reserved the right of extending champion. As one evidence I*' his skill in the dC'cldtill which he extended to no other foreigner m inspire the hearts of my tollowcitizcna waste ; wlR'lcvfir plants or seed had COuntry .

the same privilcdges% to the territories on their respective inanaireinent. of..their. cases, which were l followed his dominion \ that wo may be preserved from dan- f the combined rag of the elemen/c escaped ;;

admission into tht union. It also, gave the right "Dy such- hitter- -Dins, lie presented) a title tir laud gers of nil Linda, and{ 'rnntiniif fiirfitpr UNl-I disHnn"ar"f- --J f -"' -" ,wrnrn... Ih....11.n, 'ro. at ODCA- .i..

.. ,I J lit actual settlers to enter not exceeding one hundred & I' including grant to ten feet of water in the bay,) INAUGUR ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT -r fED1"D HAPPY PEOPLE. ers, seedd, water, and naval- nc n-Jotoflabor_ b

I sixty; acres at fifty cents per. acre.-The sum which and contends! that the Spanish authorities alllio' OF THE UNITED STATES, -lib : to sharpen the instrumeuts resources' aened "

would accrue from stiles nfu-r these% liberal provisions they might not have power to grant the high ?ci: .MARCH I IS..H. cr-; At a meeting of the Stockholders of the ilies wcrc increased in death_ Calarn. :
li.ni) ( the power to grant the 1 hind under the FELLOW CIT/IXS :-The will of the .\n1ricl Commercial Bank of Florida proportion to the
4 in favour of new states and territories, was to havobrrn sea : held in the town of of the wanu
TliK cute notion and people; tljtir unsolicited sulfraT''S people, and things arrived a
divided according to Federal representation. tine conceit destroyed the expressed through Apalachieola; on Friday the 15lh of March inst. at such ez. :
maxim usque Coelunf' but the American authoritic < calls me he-lore you to pass through flu snkllllil' Thomas( : Penny Esq. bein callcJ to the chair trcmes that not even places to bury the .
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the i
h.ivc in
c not seen which the dead
message reasons I ,.. ... .. *
ollld not 0..1:1: fit _fiLiri/v __. could be had
--- np" U' :1IY'rl'. t..' 'Q "...IIIL' III" I\UU I :lI..I II I nrefaratun' [ uP.. mum' 1\'JI'1 t.r If* and .1. C. Macliiy IPPlintcdSecrctary, the fbllow- I and hardly suftlcint
arc given for mu \'Cto. Amon ir other titles presented; by Mr. Call to the I of President ifthe:; United Slates; for; :mothr ilig Resolutions! were proposed and adopted : in this work of charity, so much asswtao* 1l

commissioners, was one, for ten thousand I acres, : term. For 1 their 1 :a appiubation j t of my public eon i Resolved', That 25 centum ing was resorted so that burn -
Among the bills which laiu-d, owingtothe shortness duct per on each share to, arid (hard to
cf;j the session, ntid' the discusMOu of t the tariff and at known the big fact spring yt chipola.) Now it is a well nit its, through difficulties a period \ilieI has lot been witii- of f the capital stock be paid in before the bank those half burned victims say) part \lr tJ
that the were ,
; existence "ftlle chipola I :1111ilr renewed into eaten by
country tt exprl'lwnof goes operation. their
Niter matters connected with it, we rcgict tci observe was unknown the Spaniards, tinii! the arrival their confidence in i II good attentions I I am at Resolved, That; It. Bcveridge Thomas starving fdlow-ci catu res. The plaga I
tho one making appropriation' for the construction of JackMMis a loss lor; ) Penney t was hourly
ofHal i iroop( ) in June 1813.1 Mr. Call: terms :adequate [ of my and J. C. Maclay, be a committee to expected by the surviving
o (.\ between Appal.icsiicola: and St. Andrews was with these ( atituJe. It shall t be l'xlrl'sswu provide a to the owing oC
B.iy. roop<*, pns.sed through! ibis laml. displayed extnt of suitable banking! house, plates corruption of the dead. A
etc. man
-Our own opinion, however is th u the and wondered in abilities in continued efforts; stationery, etc. however waja
company had eouim-Mi \\'itlllll), commander and uy so to administer ind to make; the necessary t for thejai'k found who, having till then led
better rely on its own resources, for it to apprehended I officers the curiosity of the bijj sprill!. By the rhe government, as to preserve their liberty and to go into) operation on or before the first centious life, became an of a Ii:2.r

that Congress will claim pririktes' more than treaty. nil grants that: were not made tolbre the >romote their happiness.So I lay of October[ next. charity, and attended example christiaa a

equivalent to the assistance, thichi ibe\\ rendered in'' 21th' January 1318 were declared \'Oiel.Ir.. Call many events have OCClfl'dttin, the last An election was then held to choose nine direclorsi dead. Famine to the disposal of the .a

I its truction.-Owing to the fact that there .ire }C. knew, as did every officer under General Jackson, t tiur veaJi, which have ssarily : forth, arcoiding to the provisions of the charter-- ble in the and death continued with dou. d

4 vera! places on the bay mutable for a town, and thnt that no grant could have been made: there belorc sometimes under circuuHtanees the most Jdieh Whereupon the following gentlemen were declared vigor f folloving year, owing to tho Al
f the canal may bo commenced at either of them, the June HH The one presented was dated in Qcftber and painfa, my views of the principles pQlicy duly! elected.UOBT. causes already stated. .,
117 I eight months belorc the \lirJl ought to lie pursued by the General Government "This is a faithful
company Ime it in their power to secure the tow n site, discovery of f BEVEIUDGE, THOS. PENNY statement of the condi. :0'
the liZ spring, and it lhat I need on this occasion: but tion of the
fund was so clumsily fabricated : allude E. J. Inland of St.
whch: HAKDIN Antonio
creating if
thereby a ,
properly nun.i dwill HEZ.HAWLEY on the IS'i .d
that; it had the names of officers to a li-vv: leading considerations connected with of Dec.
for toward the upon face, R. C. SPAN 1832."Signed .
) ; if
;i completion ( the woik..-Theim.iu who some iif them.I ALLEN ASHEK,
were actually not appointed! until
alter it was J. D. ROlAND
in that'jcinit) being of so -poor a au.xhtv.. we i IlIa.t'.. JIII.1.0__ __ IIi/1.... .not.. ". ":" :. .1,_ .1._ hh.L *, I\tP, I_e\\Slw\.*-i rt i t J. C. BARRY, iiJ3aI'
---- u frl1u \ ) .
.II''II un: UIl' cnUlIlrvuntil olirldontl,1 -- nlr '"'J I.I\ v, G. I'(1UL'I1. &I 'T T rrre. __ _
prcuiue no opjiomit will be made by the speculators after the grcnt bears date If Mr. Call sour formation of our piet-eni constitution --u '-.\UUIDO FENA. .

(twh.) wUh to Jkcll their own lands,) lelhcir! being bro'i bad not been with the troops, and bad not been 1: :and very generally! pursued fiy successive"ministrations J. C. MACLAY, THOMAS PENNY, Ch n. "JOAKUINA JONE OLIVEIRi.* :

I immediately into market. p resent when the big spring was discovered and ;i has Iwen crowned wilh almost At Sec'y. .
a meeting of the Directors
when the discovery was made known t Pfnsacot complete success, and has elevated our character of the held in the afternoon Wo have understood
same day Robert that
FOR THC FLORIDUK. h had and not been familiar with the Spanish ofii- nr.-jong the nations of the cnrlh. To do justice toni Beverid re was unaiiimously day last the storm of Fr>

In my first number, 1 inve! endeavored, by way ers and their predecessors, charity would inlucc :I-il to submit 1 wrong Iron none, has been, appointed Cashier.Heeled President, and J. C. Mac.'ay!' places-, some vas indeed lives "a furious gale" in many.,

df imuuiucUuu, to give the people of Florida an d us to believe be had no knowledge\ of the during, my admili"trllinnl its governing maxim ; brick Court have been lost-the new

insight arto'irJt 1 propose) to establish, to thc al- rand and forgery, hut these are the (:acts o, and let uri'l; happy has been its results, that we are not house lately erected in Talbotton, '

j-ilaciion Oft'H'Q' reasonable man, to wit : That arh voter draw his own conclusion from rh?m. only at pe.a' with all the world( but have f fewjscs "The COLUMBIA, March, 11th Fallbot county, was blown down-and much

Kicnard K. Call has neither the abilities, temper, Mr. Call, as I l eibre: slated, presented a petition e:: of controversy, and thoso of minor importance Convention has met, and adjourned to injury done to plantations in various 0
to-morrow of
character: or principle) *, to make a reputable; rep- t.or the confirmation of the litle, a servicealmost remaining i una tljutttl. all o'clock. the Slate.-Washington Gco. parts r,

resentative of the Territory of Florida, in Con- worth five dollars but he took, at the same: lime. In the domestic policy of this Government, there As to what will l he done, I amat fault. I think ( ) news, Ithiral ;

\ 1l1't.'S'4. 1 do not propose to imitate his example; by a dm! from the claimant (now of record in IVnxacwla ire two objects which especially deserve the attention there will be a str.ng denunciation of the Revenue The Alexandria Gazette thus

')1zIg extensively into private affairs, and if I allude ) for one() fourth of ten thousand acre1', fur l of the people and their Representatives, or enforcing Bill, or Bloody Bill," as it is called origin of Mr. Clay's Tarifr BiU. accounts for tIle h

U some acts that: tcemlohave: a bearing thatway h i.; service worth say I 12 or 13 dollars p'r acre.- 'and which have licen, and will continue to be the here. I have but little doubt there will be an effort The true state of

it 1.. either to prove ins want of ca'.jcitor. Can any reasonable man believe that if he, or the subjects of my increasing solicitude. They are to amend the Constitution, so as to require was brought to the the case is 1: this : The country

I his'want; of other equally important| ingredients, ilaimont had known that it W15:1 forged; andrautlulcnt the preservation of the rights of the several States, every voter, in addition to the present oath of qualification for demolishing, verge of ruin. One party was P

in te( cirnposmtion of a btatesuian, or public: servant. title, that one would ever have receivedor ami! the integrity of the Union I to swear allegiance to the State. The other was for root? and branch, the Tariff:the t1-

1 liive: said lie took out an execution from the other. offered such a compensation, so entirely These great objects are necessarily connected, upper districts are not pleased with the time in]I at the expense upholding of and supporting the Tarirl Y J,
o clerk who( had and can only l he attained the late Tariff act. It will not be nullified the the Union. South Carolina
4 no authority to issue it, had it i disproportioned to what waspist, equitable, by an enlightened exercise by nulhhed the laws of the
.:rved by a sheriff who) was funcius otiicio, sufd : and proper. A man sensible of the forgery of his of the power of each within its Convention.We sctfs declared country, and Massachu- ';
a i appropriate tlmt .. 'J
resistaru__, *_ _
: W.._< n mu'. : t '
vnljali.c: estate : the title, would IK reckless sphere in conformity with the n U UI"
existing laws of tneCountry enough t<" offer any amount public will consti laws were altered. Men's .ut 1.
!H1I'Ch:11l.J it huuself, :iud sold it witnout L of the thing itself{ 'for( its approval, but one sensi- tutionally expressed. To this end, it becomes the do not like the Collection Bill. We express -fraternal minds had become

Wart JIIY, and I have heard tnat the principal I ble OutS justice and) validitywould. protest, a'S some duty to yield a ready and patriotic submission ; sed our hopes, that it would be nailed to the table/ stinacy had assumed feelings its were forgotten, and ob-t

[ pl.i iimtiil iiud departed into pearls unknown, and I of the bona fide claimants did, when the broad to the laws constitutionally enacted, and It is contrary to the just principle of Benton's Up to this moment, Mr.sway over had our legls ators. ,j

I never received the proceeds of the illegal! : sale, but I axe \\ns laid upon them in opening their pockets thereby promote and strengthen a proper confi Report. But we unhesitatingly nay at the same and Clay faithfully, consistently c

as that is a private[ prolcssional affair, I shall not I to the bone. If Mr. Call instead of answering: dents in those institutions of the several States time, that it has been caricatured by the loyal He had stood nobly supported the Tariff policy.- h
I by
V dwell on it, as one of my reasons for 110t'oting Ir this heavy charge, should! get into a rage and and of the United States, which the people them- friends of Mr. Calhoun. HE means to rally on it, report-he had sustained it through evil and through good '
; ior tuc whose merits threaten to SL-lvcs have ordained for their and to cover his retreat from Nullification it, when to have w 'erSf.
person and demerits I intend; grease and) swallow" the writer, and own under ed in his
r to examine, and diMMSs Shortly after the transaction cal it a private matter, for personal Jcspon ibilI My experience in public concerns govCJ'nment, and the the smoke which he will attempt to raise. The advancement.purpose He might have secured his political rt

4 just referred U, the yellow fever occuned) I I "-I have only to >ay lie introduced into the scn.atiol of a life somewhat; advanced, ob force features of the bill will expire by their own be altered-that the now saw that the Tariff must jo

in !'&'ilSICtIJ, and a man by the name of Johnson! i political decisions of ths: Territory the professional the opinions 1.-.iig since imbibed by me, that the limitation at the end of the next session of Con- duct of one State violence and improper conc
.l. had! made over to Ins wife and children certain engagements, of candidates, and the subject dl'structiol of our State Governments or the an- I gress. We hope they will be repealed swoner.I .- from prevented the entire South bl
slaves! then in their ession of land iiins and it : nihilation of tiieir; control I But the idea of' continuing to the making common cause against its continu
; pos.> the! wife! died and I &: has been) the theremHI hol:. :: over the local I concerns keep cauldron ance-that, in fine
of CcHlrlS e the blaves beloiigeu Martin: Johnson, by of hiiiruelt'anti partisans, he :< of the people would leadihrectly to revolution i boiling in the whole South, for the pleasure of Mr. that Union the the U"i01l1CiU tn danger-* t
minor.. Mr. Call that who mUst'IC1hr | and and Calhoun, is out of the value of which is inestimable and
I with the pioceeih of the sale Ill sows the wind, rnu< anarchy, finally to desMitism| and military I, question. incalculable and t

: of tinprojKrty before .stated: or other means, pur- Will1" Sunt men are not born beasts reap, and others |; domination., ) In proportion, therefore, as the gen- I The Telegraph went into mourning Monday preserved", In which this at any hazard, must Ix (

u'astl; these slaves, with a knowledge of tne J facts: I anil purrec to( ride them. Facts and ar- j i er.il Government encroaches upon the rights of: last-on account of the bill. The Baltimore Gazette with emergency, with a heart p l
Jro a tIll John&m who drunken ) guments In-fore the Stales, in the same ( notices its glowing patriotism-an ardent love of coun
was a vagabond[,, shal Il' the people of Florida, i proportion does! it impair I j' "lugubrious appearance. "It which had
ami to quiet the ngatof Martin: the minor, that and if can he refuted, let it b done. There j\ its own power and detract li.ol, its ability to fulfil l I 1! is dressed (says the editor) in fulf mourning-not: : a try disposition untainted strengthened with his ytars-and it never might are men who have | the of its on acommt of the by mortified pride or disappointed >
rise up% like "Uilnquo's Guost he firmness) enough to tell the !i purposes creation. Solemnly impressed death of Cock Robin, otherwise t
took 'from .Martin a pruul bond in the truth, and cover tinder the with these considerations, !I called the American ambition-he voluntarily! carue forward
of lot will the
sum ten fiery glance or my couutr.ymcl i, system, nor, says editor, to sacrifice 1l
i thousand dollars, never to set up a claim or title thundering threats of Heroes or their I I ever find me reedy to exercise my constitutional because this is the day of the inauguration of many his own cherished opinion*

'1 to the slaves.: A bond from a and one of t those( l* 8ulaltern.( no"'S.In. !"rr"'"'... __. .: I Andrew Jackson"-but : upon the altar of peace and harmony, and, if pasl
4 t minor, without I -- II"UCU' Wlllcn nla on aCOImtof the
,. _.. .. __ --- r -: sible, once
tlrecl passage
." .2. ol' more to unite his t lellow citizens .8c
or indirectly encroach ) the blood as I a
'III 'U\J .IUU bill
r ---- 1.0 assert a 't-. claim to hi upon Ihe rights oHheStates, j which, he solemnly believes band ol brothers.
own i is f AN ACT or tend to I' Bounds the What, on the other, was the Lt
entitled consolidate all knell
property, impotent and ludicrous enough, O An act to the several political I power in the, of the constitution. There is i situation
.-'I ;ti ail conscience, to say nothing of wc morality.- l laws for the sale of public supplfmcntlrj! Gvneral Government. But of equal, and indeed ,i something very affecting in this-though it rvil I def of Calhoun : He stood, almost alone, i in:

4 I as one voter of Florida, am not willing to entrust B' it enacted by the st-nate and Houst ofReertsentahvrs of incalculable: importance is the Union! of these: i I afleci persons in different nce the most unwarrantable and unjustifiable -
4 interests of tlie United States of mrrira in States, and the sacred contents of ways. The measures of Ins own State-he felt .that that/
my to a man destitute of capacity, as That in Cmignsi aisevbleJ, duty of all to contribute to the Telegraph are not less extraordin State fast d
to think the bond of a minor, any t for his all cases in which persons were settlers or x> i its preservation by a 1iIl'ralsupport of the General I ary than its appearance. It contains was l loosing every hold upon publi Ch
&$ rights. Other reflections security cupnnts of the public lands prior to the first day of May, Government in the exercise of eulogizing Mr. an article feeling-that the ground he occupied was untcna-
Clay and '
growing out ot this af- thousand just : defending him
one eiiIt powers. from hie.
hundred the!
and he I
fair thirty-two and You have day saw: tne breach widen and h19
be kvn assaults of
may safely left to the wisely admonished the Globe. In
sense f feelings of authorized to enter under the to "accustom the course of ibis arti situation
ifie community. The fact Is titled *' pr visions of the act en yourselves to think and speak of ; tIc the editor refrains own grow more and more precarfous.In .-
An act the Union for this
enough and it denied
supplementary to the several laws for the as ofi once, out ofrespect this condition it is
l it be that Martin ale of the palladium! of to Mr. no wonder that he glally!
Clay from
lands political
may ,
can yet be found, to I app'o.edpriJ film, one thousand your salety and prosper t j calling the enforcing bill bv its accepted the olive: branch
confirm it, and to claim his slaves-Contemporaryitiusly eight hundred and thirty-two and were prevented from i ity, watching for its preservation with jealous( ;j proper' title-that is, the bloody bill. A most'delicatc Mr. of reconciliation held!
1 with m.tking their entiles in anxiety and oui by Clay-that he turned towards the r
tlienc events, the Legislative Council consequence of the public tur- discountenancing whatever may ; ingeniously contrived
of Florida met and continued in session, of wlfu.li I vevs not having been madu and returned, or where the even a suspicion that it can in any event be suggest abandoned dresses his columns in black, to compliment.shew He light thus suddenly let in upon him, and whidl .
3 council Mr. Call was a member but l land was not attached to any land district or where the and indignantly frowning be called, a marked what may opened a way of safe and honorable retreat to his !\
not distinguished the first t for I.
a has been upon contempt the biH"
J same reserved from bloody native much
-ii member, lor sale in consequence of a da Nn lg of any attempt to alienate 10 called in his I leading beloved, but misguided State.
industry or but for article
capacity portion and "
disputed I any .
: boundary u: tween two. States or between of this \r1lo.:. .
our "
s very opposite qualities He knew the Spanish;I Sate and Territory, the said a country from the ret, or to enfeeble the once, suppresses its proper title out of t
; shall
be '
'ii' Stimulation; were unused to our institutions, an a- to enter the said land on occupants the same! conditions per. sacred ties which now Jink together the parts.- Mr. Clay. '-The Baltimore Chronicle respect is rather
:- niiable excellent people, but easily imposed upon. i in every reRpee:8 were ,prescribed. in raid act within, Without Union our Independence and Lil rly pleased to see the friends of Nullification : .}

'! Having neither talent !fur business, nor knowledge: one year after the survey are made, or the land .'.ttached would never have been achieved-without Union the habiliments of woe, as it gives us the put on Departed this! lite xt his residence j in Leon ,Count;'' -;
J of laws tit a land district, the they can never be maintained. that ttr.lt assurance Floridn. on FruJ"v AMnnlv evcnm rt the btb lWlL__. JOHN! M'. .
or legi..latiou.'ith or line Divide is deulnI..n. __ n -- '
monstcr --
a burning desire for and if the l.nid boundary established ; ..... ___11.- __ into 24 or I ----, ....".UIU.' .LInfjUJrer.r' : VER, in the fiftieth of his
.tj lpularitj' and wealth bo proclaimed "for .Till U QIUUIICI year age. .
he wanted to play John shal sale before the IJUUII Ti UJ OCJ-IU1UIU communities, -
L iandolpli, in that little assembly, aDd lu expiration of fle year as aforesaid, than the said settlers we shall see our internal trade burdenei with .'In impn..it cn.-'Ve havc Mr. M'Ircr emigrated from North-Carolina, hil/Jl" .

r ti I ceo any man nse above him, his first motion Booming was, ,or thereof.occupants *hall be permitted to enter before the sale numberless restraints and exactions ; con rnunica- rating, that the Louisville Journal.great satisfaction from in erected live State the to first this territory'; in the sjiring of 1824.sn4( :
J that tion between which building on the hill where the 'or
the Governor should distant we city It'
\ preside in the council, points and ft.uions: obstruct copied report of the defeat and Tallahassee now stands. .
as a component part thereof: thus ed or cut off; our sons nnde soldiers a company of U. S. capture ol .:.
Indian Rangers
denying to his W4r.\\ to
deluge by the He
t received Camanche
Inst was number
I tho a the Methodist .
with blood Church for ?
evening nw
excellency any right to approve, or veto the laws. Louisville Journal says the fields they now till in Indians, has declared, under
of Feb. i 19.) the letter, which peace ; the date of the 20th ult. l Iy four years, previous to his death which ,
k 'J'voobjects mass of borne that it has ; during;
be our full
were to obtained containes information people down and and
.tt by extraor.t considerable moment. impoverished satisfactory evidence that it is time he maintained the dignity of the Christian cha .
I dinary IUU\'ement-one to prevent the election ol f CANTONMENT GIBSON Jan, J2, 1833. by taxes, to support armies and navies ; and military an imposition. acter and gave indubitable evidence of the sincerity.

1f Uronaughas Prctideut, the other to bring down: Dear Friend,-I tako this opportunity of informing: leaders at the head of their victorious l legions his profession by his pious and exemplary lite.

I the power and prerogatives of the Governor, to you States of our situation. Copt. Company of United becoming( our law-givers and j judges. The loss !I "C0fltcn>/ Fatherl.A letter from Wash But alas he has fallen under the sentence "d'';. .1$

M that of a council man Reader will you look at of Col Rangers left thin place on the 5th instant by order of liberty, of all good government, of peace, plen ington published in the New York Gazette thou art, and unto dust shul' thou return and h3 ;
3 the act of Congress of Arbuckle, on an expedition against the ty and happiness, must ( and l left a family and ; i.
192:2: and ask yourselves;, nee, but to their paw inevitably follow a disso giving an account of the tedious a community of friends to lament, :M
'I whether other surprise thry were attacked. the 9th lution of the Union. In and apparent l los, as an affectionate
than it father
any man Mr. and
would ever by band Camansha supporting therefore, ly interminable debate a worthy citizen. i'i
ti have conceived such a notion. .I Indian*, five hundred in ncmbcr. we support all!! that is dear to the freeman and upon the Tariff Bill, March 20th 1833. '.
They fought with that
It great bravery for an hour and lall\hroist. says "the impatience of '
is believed the
that I
the only bill he introduced a half but they were suirouuded ind ; members is -

; Wat the one to ltgal t tola, which he withdrew compelled t surrender themselves prisoners overpowered of war. I The tin!. at which I stand before you is benches manifested by coughing, thumping on the ltIii.RINE t

r1 upon finding would not pass, but such a law has was at the Fort when the express eame in. One of the full inteiest. The eyes of all nations arc I and other undignified sounds, which LIST. -

4 since been passed, at whose I Lieutenant made his escape, and fixed .. a stranger would hurdly .
brought on
instance I have my illimnatiol our republic. The event 01 the existing expect to hear I'OR OF SAINT .\JARK '.
-_ fk own opinion. He also voted against a memorial savages their it the time of his leaving them were crisis i will be decisive in the -. the i wise men of tho nation ; the among -
a.nong rest
maisacreing prioners.-It opinion of ,
i to Congress, recommending a Navy Yard is supposed that all mankind a few notes on the
at Pen- have beta pot to death.-Five of the practicability ofourfcdera! Jowsharp would 'occasion ARRIVED.
'Ii dacola road Companies of Regulars
a Su
Ii District i in Middle to Florida Augustine new Judicial on the receipt of the intelligence, immediately eta rf erf to tcm of government. Great is tho stake 8)8-placed ally twang forth in a vain attempt to drown Schr. Francis, fm. Kingston
and a seat of Govern rescue such might be mill alive. in the more musical voice in ballast
i!" ment in the a There is every our hands : great is the of tho orator." This
centie-I do Brig Brandywine fm"
not think that Mr probability of a bloodWar with responsibility is }
Mayor the Camaushu In no of'
1it C. was opposed to aU diaD" which must rest tintr* thA n"nnl. 110' .1.. TT_?*_ .I description_We have been KS
...1 .._. ____1... L theaevaluahleiniprovemeiiis_ States. Let J- --- 1.l"'V VI UU UUIL U told by a respectable Gentleman OF ONE
1 t'w. JUUOL cuu-tuue nc omy voted a JT IT.Jtt it ., use JAMES SMITH. us realize the importance of the who has recently SALE EIGHTH OF LAND.-F

_ )t was drawn up by Colonel White, and V-WV mi ht A Ranger under Captain Boon. uttitude in which we stand belore the world. I is spent some time in Washington, that it 'm front of after the date, to wit : on the 5th day of Apti .
0 # give him Let literally tiue. In the court-house, will be sold at i oust
some popularity which he could as illy us exercise forbearance and firmness. presence of our infor- the public ?.
ry east i north-west
brook as Hamon F Constantinople.-Tbe New York Gazette of mant, Mr. Peace i section township JSOU
.. did Mordccai's Let ofRhodei
; presence, at the Las the following items of mtcligenceWe us extricate our country from the dangers I ed in this land, was assail -ange 1, west, lying within 2 miles of Tallabawe- i i-1J
Kings gate. Florida at that time had which manner and About 25
no delegate learn by surround it, and learn ; the acres cleared
wisdom good natured : some log-cabins the
which arrived from the ora- on j prt' !r
tn Corj ress, and it was of primary necessity, thai week (rom Constantinople, that Capt. Matthews ait lessons they inculcate. tor only resented the rudeness by takm" 4an- tnises. Sale at 12 o'clock : terms cash. .

the legislative body that met under our Gov- ; going up the Archipelago in the middle November on otherview of the JOSIAH W. OGDIN adm'ior. is1
trnment,Mould make known the wanes of the in pawed through the Egyptian fleet, coruirting of 25 sail, servations impressed with the truth of these ob 8ubject.--Pettr8but'g' Time:. H4wf.I _of So'omon' Ogdei .Iii

tint I colony. President Monroe wag so much plea- I in panuit of the Turkish, consisting of 40. The !latter and under the obligation of that L The following official "' |JOTICE.-Six weeks after .

led with the memorial, that be sent! it with a con; come to anchor at the mouth of the Dardanelles, and il. solemn oath which I am about to take, I I I fering of the. inhabitants statement of the suf i be made to the honourable date the application Cor 'i
luminated court,
.,) *Umentar/ me wge to Coajrrws_ and that: houor1 the whole nqaatJron, presenting a sublime shall continue to exert all my faculties to Antonio of'the Island of St. vtters of administration on the estate county of Daniel 1 1ier Holr U1
appcaratrj. la one of the .
consequence of(he cowardice of the I maintain the just powers of tho Constitution, ted to tho citizens Cape de Verds, transmit : deceased, late of Jefferson county Florida.CHARLOTTE 1. .'

Philadelphia by its Cbje March 23d 1833. HOLDE1 JJ619

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, Lk ; bnnk nor shall the stock of aid bank be at any t tl' in the town of Ochesoe, commencing said terms on the first hundred and thirty one, and an act entitled an J J. G.. & N. HAMMN.

of fid axalion Monday in Mn and eto.vr.: act, to amend the charter of the bank of Pen- VEjus' rcceivt.i from .' ,..Urlean3, and off,'

: 't--1 Jli lo J11 u"-v 4llu'r k3J.; Ia t >LC. 5. 5"C 'it fiirthor ena< ted. That all laws cOllfl.r.tinth :>a tla. passed January J3d 1832, be and the I 00 l1ul sale.. old whiskey' .

;* 'c-'IW jfflfd ptbt 6, 1833. thv provision- this act, be, and the same are hereby repealed. same are hereby revived and continued In full I(XL Fine Kentucky bagging .

Feb. 7. and passed by the requ.Mte majority force tOil Coils bale rope, '

pcniii&derd -- Passed Feb. 14. 1833. Passed Jan. 16, 50 Bbls. new flour, .
"d regulate the rat' of pilot.I 1833.Rejected 10 llhds. Bacun,
N'. :t.A< toesttt.hIi Approved Feb. 16. 1833. Jan. 23, 1S33.
(G.H [ 20 Sacks coffee
.r'., Iw' tltl',
e : 1 5e It iaclcd iy the iiovernor and i.egisl.tiveft CHAP. 696 (No- 39) AN ACT providing for the eitabl-hment and organi I majority. i tOO SaeksSalL

eTcmtory of "Honde, J!hat the -olluwing t tees zatiou of fiie feL. Augustine guards. 25 Boxes tobacco,
)1111111 t ;: ..''. \' F >\\' \.tjI{ CA-U.
& i L.i
bc allowed to ca.'h: au1 I uver) plrOI. pilot- SEC. 1. Be n enacted by the Governor and Legislative 10 b'egs do.Magnolina .
1 ral '. If pt\utag.l'\' ,. HE subscriber, at his hew store, corner of Jefferson November 6th
nn-iconduc ....Tri ves-el 1 I over the bar 't- ihfnxers M. Johns Council of the Territory of Florida, That the uniform military JL \lonnw-sfreets, offers forsale to the pub- 1839. -4

tu Wit ; for c\l'ry loot oi watcrhl'. h "aid) \'cso'el company of the City of St. Augustine, known a the St. Augustine IK-in general, handsome assortment of the followin, NEW : /fonE

: \1"1\11 dr\\\ .,H\U JoIIJr ; for c.t)' day "llIdl -aid pilot III IY te ; (Juards, shall he, and thr s.iwe i is hereby constituted an independent tiuIeLLtrtIclc'.at the most reduced prices for cash, Viz: IN QUINCY.

V hoard H': f'l. t\ Ular... I company to b*- called the St Augustine giiurd.SEC. DRY-CJOODS.
t'\\It'd on any bound Ir I.. l >ul sv'nivr l.t03lltnl. vcu irotn i t.LlI\h38Se
" eflaCtd That wh n any -sel 2. Be it further enacted. That the said company maybe ; TIn
'. He It furthpr[[ I| Silks Hla.'k Grosdenap, Italian Lutestring Clack is now ol'elung'\t| the corner store t lrm"ry oc.
1\ ,
St. Johns N.i. a-i, hall be hailed I I incrca.-t'd so as to consist ot'Hnt' major commandant, one ted Icssr .. & B. P. and
ul the b-crs or. 'I ::.t -'eller, Blue, Green, Pink, and white Florences, CUt by Petty, opp-):-iif Mrs
th Wkl'lI port t by all)' pilot of the rivers aforesaid, East of the outer' i; captain, one lirt lieutenant, two second lieutenants eight: ser-I j[ Figured. Silks in variety, Irish Poplin, Silk Velvet, Huts l l'ii: : csuMished anti\ wtll hii"wp hotel,

t :' Ea1 ot' the bar of Nas-au outl t, and ,Utl v"s cI, not ''j*'iits. ci,:ht corporal-. -ix musicians and one hundred privates, I: Cotton (.14).,Tarlan Plaid), Furniture, Calico, Superior A LAUGKNVhicuare ND GNUALAIiTh.

\oI Of oard. fhail\ refine to< take Hlld rccel\'l said by the voluntary enrollment therein of any qualified persona Clack Listing- Bobiiu-tand thread Laces, Irish Linens, J jl l\JlI
\\'u a t Cttonhirlin Plain Jaconfftt
1111j Island and
4 iluL ::.0 h.Ilatl: and speaking, said% pilot l.all. be entth-d 4 otnialt residing in the county of\ t. John- or Mti.qu.to. Sea Swiss and B,ok 1'lslilshiwls, worked figured capes- j.'JfLi.. .ul..Y-u t.l V. .

.u\d receive from the o\vner, muster or consignee of SEC. 3 He it further enacted, That commissioned and and dresses, handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Ginghams, Nankeens I u> J' ; .istutiows- I.I.VM t'oalnon. t; .nd I>est

; leevi.d rate of pilotage as if said! pilot hadlland ; noncommissioned officers of said company shall be chosen at Brown Holland, French Brown Linen, Furni- quality rhu'Cf ami oil coloured "'.\ll' ties,- 'si'fi.HUNi
., lId \ ( 1 1 ::uno I CLOTII ANi'CASSiKETTs-P nd mao: clothing, Marino
board said ve-sH and have COilI.t election to he held in said under the superinlriden! "-e aue Jiinity, line Cloths, Cass.imers and Cassnieits, }
an ,
t'U ;* .'ct-.vi.do.i. ;I city \\ hue anti [lied Flannel, Nero cloths, Scotch and ilussia hawU; and hdiiukerchietii, Mik au.i fla<; do., ,. .IIOS4-
4 cl .UlJ 11110t'd, he "utl vcse1: irl to iL))' port or harbour toFtS. i: of its M-imor ollieers )present, at or in front of the governmentifhoiiM1 sit .t' ''ii', Osnnbur! :s, &". (,. < BLK BONNETS, with black ostrich featiitrrs and rich rib-

IOiIlH.1.. on the first 'Monday in Maidi next at ten oYlock in the '.H>IIf>r trimmings, with a vancly ol" other a. tides too
ill'' h : .e wa? HARDWARE. teii.lh .> (i'H .me''ate.
: 3. ,Le It I\lrlh' r 4'flaelC'i; !I, That when any ve.sscl o-t' 1 fop-noon : a majority of the votes given by said company shall -
,HI 0111111111 falill aitll1 tl ..tll t'ftla tht' fI\c'rs St, Ju1LLI- or \a- be necessary to .1 choice, and all elections shall he by fcallot.I \ Lir cand exienMVi-<>S'>r.mciit of I '. trd\\at, "Oil GROCERIJLS&C.

ui.Vili--'iiii-i.T Cr (wu. r fsai.l vt-sM'l suall reu-.e! tn cIt t I r.c. 4. !lie it further enacted, That all officers of said com- I Mating of 1IJi\ .; > and Fr o.cs, Pen Knives, S-p-> ns I I ai.i.oi"tb. i.k .t,.., j .;t rt-c. '-w it .tu r-

.,:"". ti 1' autnorweil pilot ol' >aid rivers '! above the grade of Serjeants. their election! being first duly Scissors$ Razors, Locks, A/ crs/'his.b, &c., jMhe tealS :.i atl,:iu -U '." ti. old bLIII.h, i.ainstiud sies,sup"r-
Ik.- i.oaid I a > panv PL \ .NKS.BOOTS&SHOE" .
C &Itd t : : i": oum-i Ih 'reolhall be liable and; I. -rtitli-d: and n'prledhtli$ : bo commissioned by the GovernorI
' ilfll'll.t.- .Jj.I : GO HL\ IlLESEXD BUTTLR.litsi .
; .. l .' I'-1' I tendering his Mrvire terntorv uccording= to law. Serjeants shall receive war- : ? I I
r. .v LI.d i.Mop I I. I t qntility tt t" tlavauui; troei. c.ifet, spurn candles,
:101I.. sai.i e- I I. "Ie :ll-il I >t tue s..id pllota I' vvhi id1 l- !'rmt-; fro.ii the coinm mdant of said company, and all!! appoint- A large iissortnK'nt of Baltimore :I very line -UJ..MV 2>a>..h htrrings.pil'l'lI1| angles, Irish
.i'. I i .ib.iii: .t'.i lo oe 1ii rrI 'd' Uenranded, a> If aid ye.Lt -- in'Mitrlull oe published' in company orders. The Se'f'rd0111- It' and rsEU'-YUilK made !t potatoes, old cO1W.Irau y, d,). llolland gin, amaicai

,. 'tU .11)' piloted, and coiuluited: Iro.n said nvers L L4 b) 1: cer-J .it pre.se' longing to, and in ch lfge of said compiny, UJ DD! Jl ID ic U1 .t s ,iri.s tjctt as v :uorted, old .ij>j>le br.1l1dj Ali>non:a*
'ii hd.\I 7 old. S'N l.ich with .
: ., .. >
21'..il. IIK., :. Lads s .i.III j iinu j. uittlt hisKey! yvais. together a varuiy )
h'id! li rmitimii'd until the election above directed, and I
... ..1..1: < <_> nyvacincy
01 tii Lid'
n Shoes Bri' 1'!< :'d'. i i > < r ai s conutuie acoinjl.teand assrtnlent
;i';,';:: I iie it further enacted, That all fees and rates of pi- : which may happen thereafter, may and shall he filed ___1 ;HATS AND CAPS: : is tttllcalcuuicu: to suit the inhabitants ot Ciumcyau'i

:'i" t ;n.-li nav ..-..<.o.lIl'dul,, he and I .1 the -.tin arth, 're.n.v I .U an election to bo held and conducted 'agreeably to the rules itsi< aittv.
A the : The highest prices will: bv TIVCI; for COTTON rCA.
I ortii t-hl ui ,
'r.I'I" tM-iore any ourt oi rec.oid or uiu. j i-tii-e ot and regulations of-aid company.hi.c. sitjierior iu ;
1. I ihiti.'Mio I y. 5. .. it further enacted, That said; company shall lemuMered most fashionable HATS & CAPS of' JA'\lEs c. EC'LL.

1I": 5 ?' it um.nM I t eiiaclrd, That the! county court oliiiU and appear in full uniform, under arms for'drill aid! all ot-s rtp IIIIlS. )ecem cr I Is" l>-;2. lotf.

snail ami li- said uch! shall be d.- GROCERIES.A i .S4 L i dILL \\I i is to close his t *
.\ a-au 4IUUUrespective) : appoint I parade of inspe.-tion in ; city at > periods :as ; L \ >: ts usi

t'n,' .irh I >oi." a> nav be d< enail most fit stud. psoper! to j! reeled hv the com-n.tnd.inl; there.if, at I'-a-t four times in each tock all ..os III tt.istact( and \ ill dispute of his 1ood.
p-i .
I larire in It-- vaiu'ty.FLOUR.: ,. .. ; lie has re1!ituimng on hand, .
'.. i n.l. ii-I I'-r iin1 oiiuU.-ting% ol vessels ti .\ Lrd or outwardlit'1 ( ; vcar. or so msir-h; oftenri as m IY lie required hy the rule and I 10 nui w la.-key,

,1 u pint-' I T 1"r oj: them, during tiieir; :ond b- Iiv: iou r, I r"latlon ot' SJtI t.oiIpiIh: or I.by the general commanding! 3 rum,

: 1)II ....\ f"ljlIrt' "II. h auiiil with! ticunlfor thifaitliful p,'rfor.n-' ; the brigade nilhin wiuh it 1 is formed. The reports and return 10 r.iachcrel, -

..I o lu. ,IUl.l'' <'-41'1&1 j do. IHILI 4I' itieui, the sid; CourI..uaay i jof sa'd company hill; !lie in.ulc to. and i Ihrollh I the stall': of suc.' rifty Barrels pt-nor iio\\ \\ beat flour I, 20 b "sack pork alI,, -

>4''I' f""p, | i ; vv.iim. .mud' it requii d -hall be ma: e pavablc to brigadier general ; and tite -nul: companyball l be entitled 0. ALSO. 20 bo.\i claret and sherry, G

,: v.v' I.I "I i Jl this t,"itl&>ry t for til" lime oeing, and his -IH''e.- I and mav procure a stud: of o-oursand .It lreas parades ol KII 3 qr. cask sweet, } WISU-

4 n' I ,IiI; .t', a .d tL14r.'\\ I -ha111ak,, ami aubst-ribo an oath I -pertlon or drill,, appl'ar.h! the ,:iine c11"p'ay.tI; i, agreeably! to.. Sadlery; Crockery ana (Glass Ware, 10 boxt ....\1',

ji I t tu .II no"v. U .iiMi riily to .-xe ite and discharge: all: the I thusuj;*"* of t war : The slid: ccmpanv SIn} al-o! adopt riles 'fillVal'e, Looking1 U 1ases,Salt, Kca- lO.UUO-2J( bl Hiuaiaiasr-iL-ars>. flu:, ,

., Ij. .11'41 I i Hi i ill.. oi iii- IU a. piloi-. I and re.ul I lion by the voi-'e ofth" nnj-inty l o!' uiembers, and sly made clotliiiiLS! stationaiy, ice. &(. \ B hall t al i.' Is bud,\\ 1lent,

v U. in-it .urlii 'r iiat ted 1. itt all I.iws or parts of I I by the COlb"l1t of th" com.nandant.: WJM h when approves oy JAtEl' ll LLL.i'i.t1ias.'e \. I 11) tO'' r.\I"III.,

'' ". i 't.II' ., ".(4 ed c (IIIIl.lI1111 th; provisions 01'thi> the cnmmaml.-r i in chief: shall I :.mil i aid eompany i ; : I'rovited. al- !! N"V,'iubt'r I 15. h 1"3 I. : I I1 ; :' T.ilnh-: .v 4. t-e'" I'll:.. 16th! 1P13. 26lfJLADI57

L :.. 1 '0> .n.i ill -Jiiv are hereby, repealed. \\ i1)-, that the same; be not repugnant to tin laws of the fcrrito 3l :\ i s- \. .q. ':' :*U1 Lb : JOSiilfl

Jsea Jj., -9_ itiJ3. INK-POWDER ,. ,
t. ry. ; r. : ::1. .us :.i n. .\-l".'. amiM
: ilpproved Feb. 1 13:) PusstdV. 7. 1S33. JLI".\ ,
i I
. _., JLiltUID : Ur.-.UdU.lIS ." .s _
'2 'ij.proveti -: .tt:. 9.- -ii3.- L-IS. cinu Knit barrels macKerel INo. l, z ana 3. .;,

:*)I.tp. I;?*v I l \o :-.r,.] AN ACT rejt 'ctI.tg the public property I at r t. Mtrk.. .1.1fI I -- I3VK.1r I 15 casks bu; i.r crackt, "
i i. t,4Mt t'4j.uta1 i nv. Hit.i ivernoranu L"-'i-lative LUII- 'I\ CiMP.TOl [No ..UjX ATT l-i nm.-nd an act. eciitT. dan act tr incorporate all} I 'I" ... II .. :A. :.f I 'lcri- I. 50:3 l.ls.I lois whi-Koy and, Pilot Bread
: .Navy
$5ii i.f Honda i'liut liom iud ali'r the t bmk of i'lor I ray -uid it t-x .ii. i.i t tn- i emioiy m> d-iy tic! I'aiilv: nf rio'i'la : :!.t! to n-c'-n an act to inc 'ririe thu .. i )0" lriM. Pp;atott
uiiu and wharf, n the town I ill.i. '. ..'d lie I lit l \nv. I 'I:*. 'u y .t"-, invited : ill! tle tulloiiing n-pecialile ie tiui.Hiy -
t \i-'ii l IW\t. n urn.tii.I jiubh" ng t.i Kes Uo-.ea Butter, _
10 ih fact, and tl' make in.il Ii r L1i\inc.\cs.I i ;
Fj $f--i \1.i t k-. U.il I ;piceu oiidr ttu ntrol oi tile -oipo-,i \\ iir.iiEis', ih"-lorklio.d.-r; of the nank of Florida: having in importance 4jf having the very Lest uf Writing; I i i l'4 and Uixea 'ouacco, .

ball have the piMitiuiicd! f for anitvidmonts, of the rlurt. of incorporation, and .,. .! 75 sa.-ks s. .-d Uats,
;,1! .'i, ..0,1.I I' that plito. uuo [power to r.-nt ink i is I.> \\ eli ku. to lie nicmiont.il. 'l'hishi.tl has I
I'd. 4if uih icuts. to tho tho amend.uent jir.>pod being dee.iu'd reasonable :and expedient. ten in ue f.iiirteaear., and the te.tlimony rtspectn I lo b'ini.lfs; c-iott Hay,
.1 'j! > to :. ,1,1) t.ie pf.I" > improvcJ I 55 bis- B 'r-.n No. I beef,
:: it t is the same A':.'11\ ail parts of the country.llnut'ii'iiiilations. .
.t. .- till to.vn, ai'd ol me ;>unli.:; M.tds 1,1 the m) huour-: I I 25 sa.'ks LivcrpsH I salt,
; Mc. 1. Be it enn td by the (;IIHrHOr and !1. "i..latin' council I 8 !I. xs UaUti s, _
: ,
t "-n o Hteitltrof Ccniti/-uit.ti tJlcetlrlfun ,Jjn.2G, 1S.2.fjsrs. !
Tint of the Tenitnry ot f'londa.; Th.t Mich of the capit.tl MAINAI.D FOILS' Aimt'iitia, Urifd Apples, &<*. &.
.' I.. ;2. iiiMtfirtn.M en.i'ied, an act respo ting the ,part .\ & : g-mltiutn, i.avuc I i'M
*ia ..iro i ny.it t. \ltius 1 passed lOih Fc:. 1S3J be, und -lock ol ihe i fink of 1111r1l.l i- has not heretofore! !been pain: used ytir Ink for Aboai t\\o )' -ar-, ue havi: tiir p'a-t' 3it'.I.| .1. t- "i.riiuv' : !-:33.T .

.. :Ite .lll'.J. in, .sh-itl l a.ul i..iy I be (';.1".d for, and paid, in at the discretion (it I' Mm- to ini*)rni }'''\! lh<\\. t. e fuiin i it t.> be uf a si.;, r.or I i iij : 'U.1 teueri.atcd I ii tug purh.iitit ihe entire Trs*
III i- Ji'-i v r.-p. 'M/i/y/ .11,1! the irit uc hnvt- ever uo d. It flow.wt1. I I ..t1.. '''rt. t of \\ lilLun iSfcrnun in the stock UI goods ;
.t[I i a .)ed }'th. 15', bio.t this .t'll< khoidcrtith< r in whole or in part and at such time or and i,1a pirinianuu black. wilt contnuic to lit) busincbS at the tame slant ui.deV

Approved Ftb. 16. Ib33.i'J.l times as to ..hemhall seem expedient or advisable : Provided, Y ours respcciiully, the tir:. of Pieston and J .nes, and have receiTfO ia

tint in all cn-es of,payment as aforesaid: ] thirty days notice shall: ANTONIO D. (ROS, He.isteJ'oj COtll1 ,r.nCts. addition ti. tin- old stock from Baltimore and New-York .
CUAULCS BA\ ON, Dtputy Register.Ofice a heavy supply of groceries : and are daily expecting
11.,. : l.No 30. AN ACT ameiid-iti) "f the i providing Uiv'n. as to thc ti.ltt of payment, and the amount to be paid
Lank U. S. Ciminn, Dtc. 7, 1511.I I'roni the lait,'r plire a haldsome .issortnient ol poodtf
-** for tl.e i$tii.. lug i:j'tci Cli K,v \\ e!4-\t'rallls in ; and provHed' further, that upon all rtie.tion[ .. .0 f payment I The Ink IViwiU r of :ut} nard anu iNoycs' has betnUM suited: to the present .asmi a..d approaching spring- f

t.l' 1. licit \11 t' trtl :v til G." ti or .n.i ,. ,' .-oitu1 if srud -tn| k. thu Hinoiint oi amounts iftspcctivily I to l IHI paul d in tliii tJr tu.-e for ,lnrll years. \ e find it awprrior and infnd constantly to keep a good supply of g( odfl

il (Itl -r..rnlllr.* oT r ioriua, 1 hal the .1 Uige t of th"1 up rio.P and the tun1 or times when, -hall be deteimined in elll'railllt'e-I|; to any we nave ever ii--cd. P. DEN US, Cashier. -winch they tier to >ell to their old inoiuis: on the

.:i ol tne outh''rti; ) 'Ld. .al cia Uld of i loi ida, b :.mil be i ijy > imj of -toeklio.dcis: :, tl, b<; convened at the banking house I: Rlgi:1tfJ'lf Office, .\'nc-l'orr., Oct. 2j, l31. usual credits : they leei grateful *"or past favours and
\t.H iv JS'oihs solicit. of their intend
Messrs. t.P a contmuanrc patronage as they
: :111110.'; i..cd ;it apjtuini .mi commission a coai.m lonei and the of i interest hilldetermine.
that votes '
/ inr purpt.se, a majority < Guilkiiu-n laving Used your It k about sir yean, trying to deserve the same.
I tie pl.itv elf Li..I: Li I.WJ1.. tune, to perl-irm mujt-i ii; .- 'itin: we h.u.; in* li'-aitalion in pronminc'ii:! ; ii5jnor toai y THOMAS PRESTON, Jr.

lts and :restiM'tioi-1. ihe [,&1111' auli.-s jreer1ui ,i lit r, and MI- Mc. :. l Bc' it further enacted. That the number of dirl'l'tnrI I we h ivi hrrct
] upjin'tne.ud Lu-klmd M bv of : it. lles,'cctfully, your obtd't." scrv'ts. d-iincy, February 2. Is3m.. 243m r
lice Moue .
t Out the otmMfH of sanv bulk -11.all beeven, aul that the stockholder.siiiill: onth
1. .: 10th s3l tiluled JA.Mi-IS: M'MURRAY, I Li e. stUis lnlJtrs have jus rt-tfutt.. tn I'. I',. i rltsje
t )
Ir41Jy : an ut lo provide lor t1itLILi *> Jir-; 31 iblldd) Iii March n> M, and annually. rf'.tft r on the DAVIDGLADD, 1'
VH a I r and :ciu rat! u>M>rtnent: ,'f velvet, b.ut and
fl;". a -rail at hey c>t. .f1.t. _\.1..luL.ill...H.! .. .\Lr..IL.. .. .Kf\I/l. :.in. "I.r-tinu.. .... nt. fK,.*,*. "..*."It..nn..... .hnit... I' :.L..I'rfr. : .\if..Irt'1"L. A A.'H'P. U. lack, cloths, .blue, iKach, tiNSian: green, drake neck,

.'.>:( 2. J le; it furl'ii-r: "u :Ct.l! Hut thl' it rio of two year- !, lor fven dih-ctots. and a plurality; of vote: jjivi-n in, shall be The nbove valuable!. ariicUs maybe had at to-.! t iicn plum aint st :t I, m.>.d, sup rlaiive, suptri. .r '.lark,
r-- .h! tl ift lh .. .He! ii'Mi olaid aet, b .1IItlt,11- .-.4I1'.- i?>' j j require.i to u.uk" :an ..l b ft m, and it .shall b.* th- duty of the di- sac'ii > and of retail, a a small advance E. B. till thl'! mannla.MiL c- blue, striped, cliobuMh, II ixU, lontay, green T.ppcrnuxeii
PERKINS t nubtyinj! bn-v.n. V.iAtrl: ijrien and union mix
x II I. .it i in pl;r.oti ui four y.:ar > fioiii ta- uate of UR I n-i-sors at ui, r iir-t m -etui! ;; sUI equ' nt to their ele- lion, to Tal.\lnse., J.\nuarr jlt 11'13J.: ,. I id (Mssinurs, lattiutiis, blat h. silk llorentcen, Ltisbshsiik

I. .: >;.iu. '< t. rim.jse 41t1(. of iln-u I own in- mbers as l'rt:-ill.'llt : Pr vided mveiih4 -t.lTl1 A'! E;)I Al'l't\-lk; 'lA S I I \estin:, tanry do., water Mik do., hrc\. n do., h"urcd .. '
'. J :J5; ii mr-n: T e i i ie'l, i'nu at my tun in ca-c 411 f i l -s-, that Ii'It should at any time luippt-n lha: an election m. NDREW JACKSON ANDrAV'tKSAlLLLS. .1I I ltlu", black silk vtlveiMIU ai-d riurtd; drab) bea-

1 i. r .10'. U. r"-q,1 .ll 0ii or .tII1I: ..! of eitb.t r on"' of the ., I foi; d.r"; ('I to- >ho.ild i nut be made upon anv' day: \'. IIVI1 pursuant .v.:.. .. :: ..;-."..-. : .-Frorul1.- I iik vtru-en,. buejpatluir i.tas! : io\e>,lantler.l b< .;Vti nais Ltathtr, Tcl\j.t cap, b.,nibazino pall nt:
j siibj ;
ii htii tin- act it ou_ht to hive been made thi, corporation shall riot -*&tyt .unints t > Aj> >a.aiiiicolui 'I i iny
,r ; -- n.-r- a. i in.v u la fui. ,,iu i> hrb., nude .u t Niatt- riht alt st k sucks, landaiurs & snk fia; li.ij.d-

J I a. ol tlit" viin-r uiiiiiiOM r 10 d., a.iu "prnonn. $ ail I tile for ill it ati-e be ljt nn-d to be ,1111hut; it thull be lawful.j jon ,I ..1\);!.'. 1)and J U I'. nt rlY. 16 C'iluII.blls,'rlo'k1.. ircrtiatlv for,Appa-, \ I k.rchu-i>, rt-uy-madt ci/ats, { ania;,...ns ar d vt>ts, lin-

Jr .i\ ., < 'DIM.4l 1Is '. % oilier; day to hold and in'ike an election .l directors. in i cit slim ;, r.giufii and plan. U>s-onis, collars n< 'iic after
U11 .
f ; *I.JS lone.A t I" suti ;act, and ail hi allY j 11\1'111 d., and wnl 1n' "Sl"'L tl.inw i tail l sta;!e liiir.fi I

.g:| i 11..1 ,pro :ce .4iwjjen. : Hi i a-im,, .a. .- nuliy d.vl.u.-d I 10 -iich iii.mm-r as.hail: have been refilled: by the' law: > and ordmain4" ;( m T ilah: -t.te to ):i.bic! via : nsricola, at Aspa-I our tie: l la..ricitus' e la.shioiiAllot ai.d: ,'lI .tl mtrs w hid, t'n an thf: ohvreil most tr reas sal i.ablo! to

;, l If I I I"r e .1a,1; dl ..:i. .Ao .. 11 11 1.1 pei '01 m"t i'. lotll. I 4)f said; rorpoiatioii ; ami tin- direi-lois.I I lot the time bemjj, l 1'n: Tilt 'day and Thu/sd. y at n." II. In relm/.illr! I t.'WIS. The sunscrioers are also,.;'r 'Mutii \. uh ;" odworkmtti
.\ 'I 1 !
1 w.I! leave ppdnt'hi"'la mrday and Fri I .
} evtry
l 4. CI.' It tut", riiu.li-d. .j.. [ ul I I..h.cli m all f'a..es contrmu to act until thrir succe.-sorBi nre clectid an! ". nl m.ikc: up CUMIIII at sliort .nllce.
t any tim-, :a>, (11{ at 1 1U o'clock! A.I! and arrive: A-palajra I Ilk thy 1 I
'I af.cr the latent t'isi >. R. L ii. J. D. l l i L.
i- t'j. 1 : and piovuled f irlln'r, lhat in 4-ase ol the death u-bi nation I II > >
K-m.-vaj 01 .i..clal o. t ih:i Une of *:t\d coin- d.iy> t 'ClflCh ). 1% herpaisengtfs will f..d; sacs iSov-fml-eriOib l 163. I4.tf

''I.". it-inn and n,4 t be I lavvi d.| ,,,,1 |n tkr'br mati lilt or ab-Miee, fnmi: :ho Territory removal of a diivctor. hi:? fa- Tallah i'sce. I
.. The pru'rictors of the above- 'i!-draukt\yiatsli: ....,. ; !:1'tLt.Ii1tULA H' .1..L.-t"he _
wi' 'II lll\ Jud g t-lmj I 1,1,1 of place may bfillrd up l b> :a taedloin', made by the remaining ; ; I .4'r
up.-iMi-i houtn Flon.la, to in t ; s'tSstTibcr h leave lo .
; invest.-tl a large capital ltlll:. inetnup for the comf ja I' .z: { g> .
hl"1111. *l'l '..1I.1iIi-\lm H.lOlllt'l POI "flU t ljiply| : llu ...l'.IIIlJof : dir4tur..- for ? he rn.i.iindvr of the year. :cr nl [pass-enters, in the contident expertHlion, that a ; .'...,,'k'" '' 'caj:> alli tile' pu!generally, in u nc I hat.i..cn "
I .
.,: .u ':1 '_. Mifii death icai.n.il 01 re-i lt.ululi."hld Sec. o. }B,. it further 4-ii.scted:: That the number of votes to I di&rernin c ':rniiiiiity will in : sutl'-r: this (the firs: aII I this fsuiolistnt.Mit !lot a term ; and ifIK

ftU. 17. 1:.'Sa. which 'I' h t..ddlt1t'lhali 1 be entitled, s-h..II I I be according to I t'.mpt to supply AppalacKicnta. with a regular mail,) toC11 iiiicta t\ lh such ainijciitent: as hevuhcs to
; uwn fur 'S ant ot patn na;c*. merit he will ciiiiuiiuc it. Ins tLlcl t be IUrII..tl
th' i1Utii.Ji. r II..halt.I' In- hall) hold that is to each share
+ipjrjvc: Feb. 17. Ih33. say An: > I Ilrhi"lh, J lIilllIry 1 :h t :u. :tf with the best the 111..11 ket can uirord-ana his ixcrucna
shall i tie 4-nlilcd! to one vote, and upon this principle, hi\\l\ all .__;,'11 I I"_ .IIttIItt'-_._..,.I"..f\ Tn." ...'-.*.i j.Is.'.et. hi"., .,it' t\. ..t.. ,...o .nnlt..rr'_ o hIB'-
11.1.1' ('!,. 'No, ::7) .i./. \'' i I'> ,.b"I.h: mo t-xnn ijuwners- r..d d- .naiteis; and things he dei-ided, which may coui before the : KEiMUVAL. !, ;: ;:5>ibl< tLI.i\: : : :i \.t'.i :

lar iiirciuiiira.,, tttit'ii ,nii.d.fc : : p! -to4.-kliolde.rs lot tiu'irvotc- decision ProviiJed that no hare I r "HE Sub'crilitr lakes ti.is i.. ; '.rtui.i'y to int )m, App-ilachicf.la, :mt..y: t' lJ k'J3, 2hf '
; ".1' 1. H., it l'.ridi'J i; _B_ Ills CII ".n1. rs, and the } ii .lir i-cr.t rally, that litIII. U1tt.L :A.i.Ur b Lt KluA.t'tlnary r
.v'l'l I II
"ovenr and lat Li 'l.1ti'l'Ho..q' or hares shall conli r a ri;ht to vote, which shall not have been i .i> reiuovid his C. ntcc1 olI.\ry '11 tit IIOHM; ol .ItssrsL. :. '
of the I I5ti Ia33.W"OTICE .
,' |f i ieirito,} of 'l I ,ni1, l bat from hii.J' aVi theM h:ildcii at h-a-t three caleiuiai: months previous to the tun.oi $, :\L. A ArmIS'elt..llI. ar the L'ajut I >qiartwhere: j is h'rfbv ''In to tile Mink...her: of

M on,,, .ct, 'i.) ha vker 01' p.dlarhall be haulo; in me tax idling such vote, and unless it be bold n by thc pea son invvaojc I lit 1 L',-C3: consiantly.- hand ilu bust of LIUL'UUS I: 1.I this institution, tl...! i lie third instalment 01 five
L IIIII) r. : all km.:Is-aUo various knuU! of \\ iue and Cmdials. '.
tyhw iiuviidhe .
ortiicy siuh pruJjc.- evidence name it .'I'p"ilr.bOlIlt\ 1) and bona t fide, or that of his I dolU.s on each share v..! < due, and payable artor
I jPor.tr, C'd-r, Alf'-C\lI!, Swintiut-ats Pickl' .
i'i charter the fiis. of
u toj..co the provisions : on
ry :rL uitvinh tIlt su.nc: JIUy u<. ,ilCj I'lr.. that wi"e i; and lor Ins or Ivr U\\ II u-e and benefit, or as executor, ad- I t i .cJvC. 1'ilri rent ki.loS (If Rt-iisltcs ur all times, nil of I, dint to L. A. 'l IluAlPSOIS" Cashier.Ftli nay.
.. j I i J'.> .) Ie.. hi.ii! .'XI wj j (II s.i.1ar..' iii1.t 1j..i inumiiartur5t.i ; triini.-trator or :uautian: or m.the right l and! uso of some copart- I which. 'ne ollVrson: lii-r.al tarn Uf. tenders his &ill-I .M iy ncx 16. 1 ::n. 26.f.
C. : C'lut'1' joriia (.'' thank-> his cuM-'ner; seneniliy, for their .
5t.i !i au> j.m'lv .ho tontrury; nohvilhApproved tHishii), corporation or society of which he or she may be a al favors; the past yeir: -and hops: by unremitted& I lilt. .NUHlliha.N MAIL M AGE.Li .
uud) l not In trik"1 r'.1f.' or to the the of* other I Planters'ii0ieleve.
t .M.tJ Feu member, uny person; ,'Kintion to bubiuejs, to merit a continuance of thti" i -- "
15, 1s33. any :tudho1.1o1' ;:aont may; authorise:: bowc.r! of att/r- p i.ronaae. .I -. .E Jrynuuday und Friday at 3 A.
R. K. 'VEST. 'i 4- c. ,i., and will arrive at Milledge.iiK *
siocUun'cr to vine for him her
Fe6. 16. 1833. Ut under seal, any uPlCr or .
y 1 Julv tO.193.47 tf i \. :oy (' A. Til., un the follow
,- __ ,.
?t- lI"j' l11.- tl.X them t. P. S. It. 1Y\ "st lias j'I t rer, .veil direct from i 1114 ii.urouu.HI.i Monuays, making the trip in a lit*
Y1'Ui' \CT. inure accurat'ly to define the boor.ila I Si.c. 4. 15c it furthor onacti d, That no I.ss than four direct 1 Baltimore: n l.ir;" ci' -nlv of t h.- vrry fst qualifier of lie more than three days-'i he line has bel n very much
r.i/eie CuLl II) altJ lW: 11 improved by the addition! of new cocheand extra
otherpmpu es1 I tor -lull lonstttnte: a Ln.1nllor tii- I transaction of business, of LIQLORs AM" Cl.'SFEC11nY.h frir.uds111: the |
Be I..vcrs..t' '-"''I 1ttiZ; : niul drink iii are invited to call i j jan. teams of hOl.S.s-t'lr scnis apply at the store ot C.
h ,nartd vviium the i'lesuimt: hall always I be one, except: n: case of tickne '
: Vi i
the C. Hams-all and the nsk of tho
by Governor parcelsat
and LgiIa'iv.> ': ji'.d.j-r ''!r r' 'inIvcs.! Or*. :30li; 1 132.: Iltfi. I
l1 I : Mo i e.r.t. r) oi I Florid( Tint} the di.-tiii-t of I >s or nct't-as iv ab.-cuct', m which caie Ins (place may be supplied I. owners of thr same. R. fcllANt Agent.

il'1 m within h,. ::0110'\ .iIIi,, boundjii. s, to wit bpaiiinmj C H1I1Ir..t* } pro Ifin pov, iiv any Director tippjinted by the board prc- Storage g. COJli1SS1flZ ..I3ztssiiies.'j \o-.t'f.1h, r Ollt l <:3-2. I4tf

j( ,hJ..t ,, ; : fur tht 1&1 i At> ,l.i.\L' All'A'-Uy virtue ot three \vntso
ntihiiahKKhee ent pjt |'o>(r.
riv-r, where the northern houn- l'Jit titri iarias delivered. shall
: to me to
t I\\II-hl > b. is. It turtlK-r ernctt d That the directors shall have expose
) i.c. ,
.fllJ ran'e> ;
iv fvcn, north and west, lutrr.ect.- piii'hc, sale before the door of the court house in the
'fill f ; 'lIlIfrl\.lmu!' : 'h 'Ih.C west to thf north e.t corner l power 10 loan to stoc.Miouicrs upon iin i iaiih or pledge of their city of Tallahassee on th.- first Saturday in'April next,

I 1111Uhlj' Hinr.. r Jn>r.> -lock : Provdc'l, that III no case such loan shall exceed the parv ,u_ ', .ill'the l right title, claim and interest of William L. .
tight, llurth and Wt. t thl' ottll to .- a-.niHTs annow
; ncc 6l1 ercctme a uige and haslinsand
I' 'd"rJI JoimKriuhf, in and to the folluwirg described
rotd of the tock
tlll'IICO "jul saul road tu the': thiptJl.l Ii\t r ; due I pldjed.bLC. commodious i'.;are-El ousc, with a Patf-nt Cotton lots, situated in Magnolia .

1 '&h't: tJIH\U .akill i\i' to th,- cut-oiV; th-nce with aid ciit-oll'io 6. lie it further enacted], That so much of the act to Press for .he! pir pose packing. cotton and skins, and Three lots Nos. 2r 3 and o, in square No. 2. range

Hpala(' l'lailVlr ; lneilce up| the .\Ap.lacha.a. ( hata.rv which this i is an amendm. nt, parsed thu 17lh November 1829 Ciinipiessiiig in short! Cotton time. fi-r shipnuut, it will be in operation one, north of Broa i-:;., with the improvements, VIZ : ii
"""'lIef <' % to the I 1)1 hl< of as is contradictor) to, or iiirou&i.ttent i vviih the provisions of thisact Col'on They arc now ready to pnrchass with a fiaiue d ellinjr, l log store and log ware-hc-use, '
beginning hall cou tituio or make liberal advances on Cotton sio-;
""thy to b" ; II all other loU !o. 3, square iSoI, range No., north of Broud- i
culled the > acts thereto be and the red with tht-n
contrary same are fur
< OUUt ot> hipmcnt to in the L. 8. A. I
> FaletltJ.. any port st., with a fraii't s>tr re liouse, l'ts Nos. 2, 3 & 6, square .
Lt. B'> it tl\rthi.'r. ;nactI'J, That it I'ihI\U and i is hcrebvJ nel ey repealed. Their charge for storage i is 23 cents a bale by the sen No. 5, range 1, nor'li Lit Br,.ad-str., with a frame storehouse -

;Lit, tile tiUty ot the >ldtt; of lh(' in the west"- Pa. ted Ftb. 17th 1833. son, hich tlu-y do l not exact if they become the pur and u>g lumlivr house, lots No. I 1,2, & 3, square "
s"P"rio chasers.
lu ydelill They have: a number of first rate vessels en- 1 2 ;1I1'lh i.f Broad-sr. with ware-house
di"trlct to bold Approved Feb. 17th 1833. range a log ,
tth to\'o ot Uchesec SUflcl'ior! courts for the said county, giirtd to freight for them to New Orleans, New York, lot No.: 1, 'luare 4, range I, south of Broad-str., with .:

r taw alT such time as js, or be providi! and Charleston, and they will engnsr to cany freight a dwelling and Kitchei.. Also, lot Nos. 6,7,8,9,
by may :'HAP C99 [IN -. 42 AN ACT to extend the tim, limited by law for the subscribing to those places as low as any veSSt 15 in the trade, 10.11 13.14,52,53,54 55, 56, 57, 58, 59 and 60, .
-I C, 3, B. it l fur the stock of the Bank of Iansi'oIa and no charge will he made tor lightering of Cotton
further ,. situated inV illiam L. ilaskins $. addition to the
enact Thaf
rUl' r mciuaeii in tlc the District of countiy SEC. 1. Be it enacted uy the Governor and legislative council if shipped by them. J. G. &. N. HAAILEN. town of Magnolia, cmd the balance of the west half ._

:h( hues of Fdv eUe limitt f Ja k"011 County, ini1 nut Wllh of the erntory of Florida That the time for subscribing \f n lIolid, Oct. 9. 1832. 8tf. of the north east quarter, and the east half of the northwest

'k and be con.< JS prest.'rlbed b>' this act hil1 rCVe'' I 1 lor the capit.l s-tock of the bank Pensacola, be, and the sameis Uegular facicelfrom St. Marks to JetD-Ortt4n.t. quarter of section 18, township 2, range 3,souh:
l part of lho coUnty of Jackson. ,.HE new tear.; Lady Washington, P. H. Swaim, and east, ural! the improvements thereon-levied on as
-1.C ; extended until the tirst
4, Hi. ii hereby day of which will be
January, will
further master between
";>c.ed. t h.it it ply and New-Orleans the pn'oferty of John Brighi. W L. Ha skins &rn., to
do the duty "flht. shall be, and is her. I III the year, iS34. as a regular packet, during this season. satisfy one execution in favour of Benjamin B) rd, and

Ut1 to hQld two jujjrOf thc county court 0-, i ay, t. ..E' 2. Us it further o..acted, That the act to inco porate for freight ojr passage, having legant accommoda two others for costs. T. E. RAN UOLPH, marshal!

enu!* ol aid court in each and every year, the bank oi Pensacola pawtxl January ah' one ihouiund eight tions, apply to the captain on board, or to E. SEIXAS bl A. A. LUA d.i .
I Magnolia. December) 29U> 1833, 19lf Mardi 2J J833.