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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 22, 1834
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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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-1dIn bus to Appalachicolat The FIORIDL4J. BENJAMIN BYRD* ,) InrLtm-Camty C urf.
ms
fI Columbus alternately, every >Assumpsit.
CHARLES
WtlfttJdq."ill leave at 6 o'clock A. M. for Appa- : WOTlCE hereby ASIl.! J ;.?""ml. ; .
given or the
$ interstct the new mail 6tt\ge me. 1 suit and institution ot,8a1d
j f-d yilt ; of the r issuing or writ '
..
\"ia: Pensacola at Aspa.rL1esd therein .
Mobile, .vuiijcni
,
to returnable to the:next term of
, tsssee In said
returning Courts
at noon. --:0 The
1' Thursday "LAISSEZNOUS defendant
and and all other
tt FAIRE. persons in
and wise
Thursday Friday any
lon &C'hicola every cerned, arc notified COIl-
---- ___i to appear and plead
the to the .
. .1lI1"'T e M and arrive at Aspalaga next m1t VlUo -- ation filed in said case -declar-
VatL according to
-- law.
,t 10:o'c1u o'clock M. where passengers trill find stages -,_ Q A4a1u a IDui'Am a 253m'J.. A. BERTHELOTAtt'y.. for PWT.-

, '! .." ? have a f 'IT-iJiIQ SQ aSut'lor Court Middle D..
JL above light.drcuhtboatS trit
is aww- or thc BROWN'S FiOJida Leon C
The capital in fitting them up for the com HOTEL.: FOR SALE.-The i KERR4-STURGES, ) assumpsit. llty
tJ Id following IandJbelonging
the
a''arge in thc confident eipeCtatiOT that nlr ON West side of the Capitol estate of Samuel R. to TS
J '&SSt r suffer this (the first at- Augustine and Square, between sale and Orerbnif are offered for FRESH DRUGS T. C. DLAPORTE.
Pensacola ,
, C t P community ,\"ill not Streets, as they arc supposed to be well known )In attachment.'
see, Florida. TaIlaham
.. $ L1pply Arp\1acl1icln with 3. regular mail,) to scriber has This establishment (to which the sub ore minute description is deemed unnecessary ; they, a _. WINN VICKERS have THE above: stated cause Ins been instituted, and
removed
) is were all of
selected attachment
-to' r.lrmt 01 pntronnge.r'lO 19th 1833. 22tf puMic entertainment. nowopen for the purpose of ably located, considered with judgment and care ; are fay jur- ing purchased tnat large andsplendid I returnable to the next term of therein said issued, and made
:1cl1 cob, Jmuary Sept. 7th first rate quality, and welt assortment of drues ant court. The defcn-
1S33. and all others
!!! 4tf) THOMAS BROWN. adapted to the culture of concerned, are hereby notified
3S --R STORAGE STORAGE In sugar c ne. recently purchased at N. Y. pear and toap.
the picad the
GE the 'EW DRUG STORE county of Leon, near Tallahassee : by Dr. John i\l'Lemore-in. to declaration filed In said case, according .
, 5N addition to his old wave-house i i scriber Las just received, M.IRI.tNX4..The sub- 160 acres of land, adjoining Whitnker and Lee. form their friends & the pub to law. J- A. RTHELOT. Alt'y for PPff.
build by ship American IfO February 1st 1834.
t I Saibcr has riccntly erected a spacious Xew York a complete ass from La Fay el tc's township lic generally, that they will 253m.
rtment of 4UQ THOMAS
fresh !
and oolls.I U
ine and M'CALL
cotton )
Drugs genu Win and accommodate In Leon
receivinc and
for 'BrynD c.
. '5 feet, Medicine, also persons on the :mty Court.
paints 400 II most
by oils 4' liberal
80 ,
1'1\fOTIIY\l'CARTY. glass and vs.
: dye stuffs, patent medicine and Adams and lagan, reasonable terms, with every ar ide > assumpsiu
1 DcC'emht'r2ith 1831. l tf st etc. etc. perfumery, surgeons ir.rumCnLs 80 Ticker.*, usually kept in their line of business; and hope! that JE'-SE S. RUSSEL, ) fn attachment.
,
Mark\ 60 strict
. 51. ex t. Bclladona, cxt. cicuta comprising syrup, sarsaparilla, U ScL-xil section,! attention &assiduity to busines ,will entitlcthem THE above stated cause has been instituted and
E' extract 160 u to liberal I ,
I ---genry Y014ge, iron, sal martis digitnliss quinine, prussiate Lucas and Pen, a share of public patronage. Their store is of tt.chmeiit therein issued and made

Ir Counsellor at Law ; mineral, isinglass, iodine i ,corrosive sublimate, turpeth 80 u Vidcers ,V Dr. .\iitchell situated in Jefferson street, in the house icceutly returnable to !?J.. next term of said court. The derend-
It jjIorflY manna, sulphate giimkino, Henry's magnesia In Gadsden county, near Q.uincy- : I cupied by Edward W. Dorsey and Co. 9tf ocau t and all others concerned hereby notified to

cuIcY, \hDDLE FL0RIPL., 3tf. blue noss, pulv. antimoniales morphium, muck, oil.croton, English 160 acres of land, nearly adjoining the town. N. B. Doctor Lewis will attend to our Drug Store pear and plead Jft the declaration filed in said case ap ac-
hellebore In Jackson during our absence. c.iding to law. ,.
J ergot, furenigruk seed squills, sago, county, on Chipola : WINN VICKERS.. A. BERTHELOT Att'y. for PI'ff
cephalic snuff, isinglass 160 acres of land Tallahasse, October February 1st 16"..
) :311 JS' UD 4lI avi4Li4iij a plasters, Swaimspanafcca, ditto issue 160 adjoining" Clark and Camplifll 29th tttf I 253m

LAfGr,, and complete assort strychnine, morphium, breast Vermifuge, quinine, CartcrVilhiamsozj.. FRESH TfcTOTICE.- ) cupartiL?hipfi: rmeriy exist-i:.: be
pipes nipple Proposals for the whole' J.i ?
shields '
, cupping, instruments or part, as may suit the ap DRUGS. tw John R" Chuprran and William Dir.
A1nd and ? 1l.'l1icillc"ju t rccei- complete with plicant will be \:on
1 nlofFrcsh Drugs pumps, stomach received by the substriber this uider the firm,
sale wholesalerfdtrom pumps, complete with place. rPa w name and style of Chapman and Pick-
J and H\Uimorefllr metallic tPmm
NLW York pumps etc., electrical ROBERT MITCHELL wmWlli1I9 SC1.has this
battery JQ day been dissolved
glass funnels] by mutual
1J' tCoUUry jcrchant5 and Practitionerssuprm glass stopped vials, lamp Attorney for the JU-1 received a fuUsnpply of All consent.
glass fresh
administratrix.
rc.a'1; male and fcm&lc urinals drug, spices, persons having business; with the late
accommodating-terms. crown lancets Pensaco'a. concern ara
the must turnkeys a January 11 1 th 1834. etc etc requested tu make
J't AS hawk bills, ;JVf Also settlement, ith John R.
Sr.C
hO\V. .icedles Chapman.
boiler's
surgeons ,
pae sugar
lenf carmine pessaries, trusses, gold Y .PElIA A.ND I 1VKU-C0..11-LALN Thermometers, graduated to 300 I; Uuwcy, February > JOHN R.
U'
Florida. canvi's hair degrees, on brass CHAPMAN.
Druggist j .Magnolia pencils scales of 22 inches 1st 11'33\
watcr colour Dr. Litmus
. 4ltf J. P. 236w
.q PETERS ; Tumcr- J
M'\y? --- eurmine saucers, self paints, Professor nf Pfajsixtgienl Me ic/ctc. : Maynard and WILLIAM DICK.SOIT.
. ItECEIVID FORVARnlNG abc syrenges, some of the very val di cine, who, for several has devotee Noyc'scelcbRltc Ink and Ink i The uncursigned having pllfch Mr.
io1MIslo:; I preparations of Mr. F.Or.CEv.. years, !hi- cn .rr. Powder ; Lowe and Reeds his entire intei lsed'of. Dickson'
J JIOU si1:, .it Jpfl/rte7* colfl.-Thc under- Philadelphia, (viz.) ext. CAKF-ENTER, attcnuon to the treatment of chronic or integrate djeises -. wash, the best article known genuine Chlorine tooth :t in the: stock, trill continue the- bust-
_.1 : co-partnership under the firm of I l blood and sarsaparilla, tom pu: ifying the : has succecJcd, by chemical analysis ix-d for diseased teeth and ness under his m _. ngmc. JOHN R. CHAP! 'AN.
cunis Dullards
)have formed a r invigorating the s; ; Oil of for
tlu'fit Soap
C''I1t'J system in 1
: the of transacting ; Ext. generally. >, forming a nbinaMon from several cit! cleansing Woolen OCi'It WlLiJ AM "LAKE
Knnbrough lor purpose Buchee for( complaints ?f'xi- 'hs; salts ot Lemon for has I located him
. fkJl1ar 4 ai.d fordinIJU'l1CS of the bladder, uretha, mate vegetabL .. removing ink and stains in .k.W self in Tallahassee
cnll 1C cniumission and receiving I etc. criiiip'd syr. liverwort principles, to Mnrli he has ,.. ; riie rjr.iii; ; Lucifer and } and tenders his senices to
) an invaluable Phosphorus
1"11 p make the v.sualonni'tinirnt I I for name Meiicin.-c! Stomachicrc matches Osborne's the public as
to remedy ; a practitioner
Being ;picparcd tduIi., et Hepatica >xi'n.. eclciiratcd! Qf medicine and
t.isuiuptioiiw ; water colours ,
etc. citrate'l surgery
.:: friend New Or- ;I I kuli fur making the pro\cd far more eiHcient than etc; beautiful glass ink stand midwifery. He be founu
. : to th'-ir : ? u. neutral mixture, any n.r.1lJ> hc-ekvf- and Pounce boxes may (when not absent
011) : Hanowgate salt fancy and ou
;
thp medicated
a.&nclS York. r..l1 Limore, Philadelphia, PrnviUKI. diriuts of Mr. Thompson celebrated mc- discovered, in curing those d'strcsii.i., .' aialadi :tmmt barley, powdered lozensrcs ; professional business] at his I houv. on Calhoun sires

:,an .nlh'e'' n, and di'po ed to dcvx.tc their tune botanical drops, said to be Bidder a most, o ton"jz kelps; I ;ninrf and body, which arc fjencf-lly! com/rcueistisu under t'w ill be sold hap for cash, sago or etc. etc. Allot which !__.firitrretI.nre; nf Go!.l.. \V. 'VI I hrUHS. 25ty1X
-e"CC certain and the approved credit. ,
of those confiding business ccual, j sweeLinj terns LrsprvsiA! I w-rks uf,* .
and
I LIVER-COM- :
;1 \ ivekto the interest Ircnvdy for every disorder arising from I, PLANTS-It is likewise E. n. PE1tK INS. r aie, application v,ill be made by
char-c, having made the necessary arrange- state (If the blood, and humours an impure an almost certain cure lor en Tallahassee, De.n.-mbqr 14th Kihe rubscjiber to the honourable court of Gadsden
the1f Relfs B. larjeucnt
of l
to forwuiil cotton to New Yorker risen here matic pills for female drops, asth the FIXEX. f. tfRO"TAND'S Bounty, for letups of administration on the estate of
:'its n t'v vcwlsof light draft of water at l etc. anti-billions complaints, obstructions, hypochondrIa Among the symptoms of Dyspepsia: and Liver-com Henry Pitman, late of Mount-Vernon deceased.
xpcrfition pills ;
IrJ t IOWCEI ttoVfrciht, literal share of public dyspepsia and indigestion rheumatic, vegetable specific for plaints, are llatulcnry, sour: '.- or burning: in lic sl)- 2-t6w W.KING..
''I' linamemit, Hun mach, melancholv, irnitabi't: ,lisa cable T
on3"r; ; is re.''ctfullySoloicd! ters syphilitic medc. Humfre"s ointment mouth } ; taste in the oi'cic MIXTURE.
.: .:1. IL LtLcn.\.lR. eye water, British pile remedy, ; bl"eatll'rcbuhrlt appfiti.e, ii huh is so'.ne- FULL of
I Jr.11.. KIMUROL'GII.iiTARlflkirsKANr pl.lsterll1brian anti-sceptic dentrSnce, albion corn times voracious and at oi ner tin.- greatly I aefitic A receivcd.supply this valuable medicine is just 1
tooth ache ; 1 iiull
t'llls. With thirst fetid hereafter have
it
-nrrr.n ;.\'CE S- cles too numerous to mention! other arti breath, nausea, weakness "I' the stomach, h aiti. constantly on

Sortfr1 TCn" C'., roUl. IIfrLrn,, (1..J&tIf. i Col.uitt!, lor cash: or an approved credit., the E.above C. LEDYARD.for sale low and of the eructations bowels palpitation, d'owsines'w, rrrgularity IT 1J WARRANTED TO BE A SAFE
AND
P. 1). JrcIJlh'/lZF-C"ll1mlms Marianna pressure Oi. ti.c stumach after meals REMLDT EFFECTUAL
FEVER
IlrllrvCl"rtlHhurt October 2Gth FOR
-11 ILl AND AcmE
11. K. Call Druggist. pain in the head, dizzia-cs IF TAKES At.Rr.EABLE.
Shorftr E ,.- cv York. (Lt' ir vetg' : confusion of TO Till

lIon lasII.J JJ, JJ'J.jt-flJrid: Dr, n. D:, Whitl'-G.\tl FLORIDA L./ ,' D FOR &f1LE.- mind in the, attended with the h---s oi ncnsiry, a :.na\"tng: that; iiu?nir.KCTios.Reports mixture Contains arsenic iiaviu, 1* b-en cncul-.tiu
stomach
'. .'ll' 31, 1"33. 3tf I when enCotll: ._ iintlcr.sijrned say these
--- ---- -- TilE having purchased of General sight and hearing unci utMkness in reports arc utterly false/
I pain the burl",, -ammil l I am also
authorised:
: COMMISSION: t BUSIf Fa.ette, the of Lind l languor disturbed to offer a Jltir.rd
township in Florida, &Uj. '_old &n i-nd liaixJs OoO I), liars of 10,
gran tremor. to
.\ I AL\CIlI('flLAI.LOhDJThe \ ted to him by the uneasiness in any one who will the
| NESS, AT Congress of the United States, offer thc threat, euu ii, p.iin in the side of the 1eaL prove existence
suhsc.uLcl''i, huxini: : ;SOC1.tl'jhl'lIl\ >cv ti.:. <-I II.cn !.' the same for sale.! breast, &c. 0) ,II') other p\rticle of Arsenic, Mercury, Antimony, j JWTADE ami "uJ! \vholesale and Re-
fmn elf FOHD&1I \ U II \, This land is situated The any pui.inulls iugrediini it.
a'id l in above
Jdcr the *:*: the immediate maladies cad
neighbour : to organic affections In : I tail, in *
of the onlc' Frcil
tr\"I.t.J\! (,'c ural If.ME HOI'S/; aul hood of Tallahassee, and is bc'ievcd lor stomach, livrr, and heart I I to prevent; imposition f/om cuiintrrfpit n,, :ncl cuurty, Id. by C. ,Herston,
conrrrnod
;rnrp05C fertility ofjoil terminating in DropsyCon- pcrs-ins except authorised irt the Paten' wi.'i (Dr. Judkin
ir.v? at .tydacliialn. Having: And local advantages to be ; sumption agents will he furnisli -,1 iitiio I I
,
c orxIsSl0.1ftsi1I more valuable than Apoplcx N.C. :ru-orinng tithe climate, hab-I{ Proprietor with the :\ The above Ointment is otT'red to time
public as a
with! M.rr.i vtfEcls furbtfirttltrsKsjisrtation any other land in the i its mixUirc to srll
inari'eVjiuiMe arrangements territory. age, sex, and ag-un, 1
temjicranrint}; of the patient. sole ajrnt for Ulidelc Florida am Jate; and certain remedy forth.i e obstinate diseases
of CoTt'-r ko. ciihf to Vv The Southwestern part cf the township adjoins the Prepared by J. P. PCi EitS. M. D.i !Milledgevillc: ilovvand L thatiexcept( and am as-nired by :.. t some of which have &o fong bullied: the skill of niedica,
York orNtw Oilcans ; and :hiving I facilitits at allu.'S city of Tallahassee, from which point to the shipping Inventor and sole proprietor. not f single bottle a small lot suKl to Mr Ecrl': ): 'C 1C1C P.

: Trillin: ti.ur: power to m 'I;,u rfBSwnWcrnnres. a port rail t.road f St.is Mail5!in ?, a distance of about twenty miles, duced Testimonials.Numerous ':-ertificites might be ad niin, to any person hag in Middle been or Florida will! be sent, or sold l It>: r l.White Swcllin of every description. -

apo. ru-iH1.rcecc.K'-Jjrnrdtothircarcandiaanaprmcnt: time. contemplation to Lc made, in a short relative to the extraordinary cures performed If jrstnic has been (. Co"ered in except to n. : 2J bore Leg' and Uiccrsof long standing.
the would! nspccUllll) teuder their services and s o by l1sinf.'thesc medir ines; but the folkrving:! are tHt'Ught 11 wind's, it must have bte.i any mixture c lie : 3<1 Schirrusor Glandular! Tumours. particularly

lici: a lii-mi! patronage in the above Jinc of usinesspedgn i The navigation oi the St. Masks rivci has been rr- sufficient to satisfy the mil.ds of the most skeptu-al : tationa All therefore in some oj the pllrfoiltl I I those hardtnod tumours in xvomeu's breasts which ofUa

; thctr pcionul) / and llfi1iJltal1..mtion, to .1Ii i ccntly improved, to a point niihiu six miles of the From Dr. James Ewe, Author of tilt Medical Compan Tonic i.rtllrcol1ld persons} be %v ho .\ i isli the g-nutne l limes terminate in ulcerated ethCtrs. .

harness uHii'inj-d to them, cither fyr' bale or othcrI navigation Southe::Hcrn for part &.f the township, which will afford ion, or Family Physictm. .->e it: My label will be cautious en of bottle whomtl.ey j'tcha. /r- 4th Kelotrs, or what some people know by the name
a every oltl :
cheap and
certain ; rn : of
Ij' Catarrhs of
,
of E
transportation B
: ; PERKINS every description.
Their Ware Honors ami Close Su>rc
: a th'U-ou-h: repair, will be torac and commodious, This land will be sold in parcels to suit those wish have witnessed may the conttrn.: -This of is 13 certify, that I t.Vf4DMINISTHAI GUi Spri.i i and Brainea uf every description or "111

wtuatedin! a desirable! part of the ton, and as excxjnfrom : i ing to purchase, on a credit from live to eight years: Stomachica it operation Dr. Peter's1'c cill t Oil'S .I..UTICE.-All .. .- whatever part iicu.ite.
in ,
.r&
at reasonable Hepaticce a number of obstinate \ .
; tl.c dangers of fire as any other Louse, of ukU&iiar prices-those wishing to purchase will Dyspeptic and Liver-atJ'cclions! very ; the estate of Hrnry 31'.r 7tl. 'I eltersu ali kind In thiscomplaintv the
pa
character, on the Point.WM. make application to cither of the utt' crsigncd wise in several cases of the of long standing, like ray are required to present them duly aut lcnt t'a.c;: lient ir. applying the Ointment, must keep the part
enlargements of the within
l\ F< UD, (btc of Ancustn, Ga.) WILLIAM NUTTALL, and its affects vcrc : plcen ; the time prescribed by law, or t'ley u-Jt i out of water

EDWD. J. IIAUD1N, (\palacll cub.) HECTOR. BRA DEN, in declaring truly it the astouishi 'g. I have no hesitation forever barred ; those indebted to the ettatc art .:::- 8th Clulu..iins.! or parts alTected by frost.
most valuable
REFERENCES.-Stncart $. rontainf, Smith 4Jfoi WILLIAM P. CRAIG. fur those distressing ailments that preparation quested to make immediate payiiu itt.258w It is also one of the best n-rnedies for Barns and

;ia, J. S. Calkcim, M. Jr. l'n"i"4' Co. T. 4' .'1. Tallahassee, November 23Q 1633. Jtf in iny knowlc JAMES has ever come Ailh i -! G CO. G. HOLT. ScaM' It ease the rain and draws tl'u tile out in *

Erons 4-Co.. !J'ltittirJ.'wl1Jood/ 4Co..,-Columbus.Bt ] |Cj=>The Savannah Georgian, Charleston te. EWELL, M. D. m i1u. shor' timr ,
Mercury tti'1
irt $(' Jl1l falld, Jut. Hamilton! $ Son, John R., .ii/gusfa Constltvtionliit, Southern Iteccrder, \111lell e-, Laurens County, Ga. .fyri/ 5th 1333. m. .r tor: lurl; .rro'I 'Vomiu's Breasts, and CtTar.dular_ ,

?ikn.! t.1l11k. yule, Georgia ; Richmond EnquIrer, nnd Star, Raleigh Dr. Ptlcrs Sir I wish you to scrod me three more Attorney at Law, S welling :t tSUpCrL.L to, any medicine } 3t !vr.cvruto

L II' (;rg.r/ !,, Ltgart f- l1tdllJrn.Orleans.i. N. I". ; will publish the above for eight weeks and forvanl ; pnrc'.ls of your medicine. I have taken] the one you ROCKY COMTOUT, MIDDLE I LnI 1P \. I the med,.:.i! f-icit'-'y: It IS much aler Uuu mercurialof

StJakn: : $' LriirtnifiT. ir..Vcfoy.-: (Lie.: their accounts! to this office.gjIX sen: me by \1r. Ard, i.nd it has helped me very much. April 27 1 IMS. ___._ ____ 37-ly any prr-partun of that material.) bccauiitcloca

Au;. 17,1 1 133 1 ItS weeks alter date, I will for I think one more parcel will cure me, but a. you speok DOCTOR'S \\ ILLIS & RANDOLPH havTTs- not lay time patient liable to injury from expose tocold.
of
J5miniitration apply letters of a.1. leaxing. soon I have concluded tO tt nnd keep two clvcs t .
on the esute of Henry Pitman deceased parcels ot your valuable for fear I and ia lie prt.-uce t-f : Thi-Oir.tmeiil: has
medicine may one offer their professional cured sores of many years stand- I
late of G3d
acincy, January den 2.Vh county.Ifc34. S. F. JONES I day be taken down airain"!" and sLould! not be able to f fice 1-ctwccii: ) the Piatitcr'o .iotel services ini to'.the mIlin\\ il1;. \V her; it is itupussibtc! or imprudent to heal the 1
24Cw4CAl'D. obtain it. (
: WAYNE W. E1LAND3 external sore, iu eois queice: of the bone becoming I

I : .-A female school under the superintend' N. B. The above case M. as o ic of severe Dyspeptic cart us or rotten, it istopthe i progress of the caries,
CONSUMPTIONCURED.
i I Mrs. M. Brown of Columb-s, Ga. ; will and L'-vr affection ; ]but was entirely removed by the increase the quantity o'l tl.e discharge, remove the offonsive

I be opened, at the /'uroH(7gr, fur the instruction of u-:e ol tuo parcels of Medicine. J. P. PETERS.Laui I fincli, mil! c:,-"* the pair..

RTV't youn; ladies in the various uranches of an English e>is County, Co., .\";.. 4tli 133. DE AloNTEiiAT's It cures the worst Felons \VhitIowa on an application

t oduc-ition, on the first Monday in February ntftI .- To all whom it may conctrn :--The .->\'Inhl' was COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE: !. of 43 lour.
A UCTION SALE?.-The s"bsl"iuerluing locaAteJ -I The trustees Jake pseasurc in recommending r5. severely alHictrd with alYFtplicud I.irtr. afleiy.iinifor : t I SPECIFIC. Rheumatisms which have stood so long as to become

himself: in TalKihasscc, proposes to do a rcfl- B rowim to the confidence of the public! as a teacher many years, and 1 followed the! advice of f'nysid- IS the most valuable! remedy ever discovered fur a systematic disorder requiics medicine to bo taken! in-

(commission j snies ?, regular ale days, TuesdayasdSaturiJ qualified by talenrs and experience to give satisfaction I ans considered eminent in their professioa, \.-.thoui; I curof Covg'is, Colds, Ceuxunpticn, .?\ /.jia wardl! t-) remove them entirely. But in most common
t\. to those who may intrust their children to her care and )being benefited. I finally tried Dr. Petals *.u'ci.-r Spitting of R'ooiL wnd ail: discos' s of the Breast and cast.s h I ) applying this Ointment externally as directed

He will: a.; nttci:j to :inlniinistratcr and 1 nth I *'r sales instruction.TYrtti. Stomachics et Ilrjiattea ; .wl.1, after mal\in ; ucut t\H. 'Lw.gPrep'lrd by J. BOYD, Philadelphia.: It it will give relief. And even in old people, whos

a. thecomi'y. HUBERT J.llACKLEY. .-Four and six JlIarslDer quarter.WILL1AMHILLIARD. parcels, found myself restored to penciL Health ; in}" romp j-se's the disturbed i nerves, gives rinu,'tu Ii) the pain* have beeu of longer standing, it will case tLapalll.
la.reh23d != ,3. 3.;'( instead l Lungs, repairs the Appetite i .
) countenance, of cin.r pale find i.ij'ard, resumed improves :"C Spirits, etc.
!. B. Instniiiients of writ ins: xcrntrd 1 with nrat-: "WlLulAM A Y\EIt, 1. its \\iriin r healthful! apj>ciro.nrp, :tmII!, jk Credible D.il! of Dacctiiij accompanying caeJi I)',t'tle of the To sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment

es and d< }.iu-l.bv; R. J. HACKLEY. R. K. CALL, i s it may aupvar: I paim-J ,n .tvven.y poiimis adiiitional Sj I ecitic, pointing out in a most ci.H.s! >icir.us manner mast be very valuable in winter on our coast it being

WILLIAM FLAKE, 2 weight in time s.i j.i 5(',; -c of t( a ,eek>. It I i is I I all l the symptoms in their different stages f the disease v ery certain in its eli fts on Chilblains or parts affected

: R01* AND'* TONiC .MIXTURE. ROBERT MILLER, J near five months smr? takin-j; tie lutilir.is'c, iiullhavc] .I anil particular directions respeciir irerunn: ut uiiile with Trust likewise preserves its qualities la all climates -

a pcrfl ct and lading January 23th 1534. 24u felt no return of'the diNtaonor have I tit' : !e,'st 1'IaSOl' I u-iug it, fo.ther with iii.iny well authenticated! certi-
cure lor tIlL Fn'cI'nJ Ague. F.ir s.iluwhulsalc -: that I f.cates of ClI. (S, etc. A large mass of testimony proving the value of this
) t chall. I'O'lI'll
,
; t|:* 7 E til'- authorized to announce Colonel JAM suspect tarsn-il L) lecmninnc -
In
Hid null: C'FLETCIIER GADSDEN all personsiinilari alftr1: ti, tniako trill of consequence of the ?rcit and increasi.i drrnaiM ;most excellent medicine will be shewn to those wfco

k W TCUTT, Urrgfibf, .ty}}afccAioo t'I ritory y W of Tlonda iu,thc a candidate It'.hCongrcsu to reniesent of the the United tel I the 5..ime rcn.ed, / g" VAN AL' I-TN. for tliis speaiic: the proprietor; is cnabK-d to mintthe I I Ivih iui.her iiiforination on appliealiuil to Di JIertI -
< Florida puce to 7o ecnts of I.Ja
to to authorized
bottle or
The above ptr any agents.
A States: Jui'V 27'h I ?33. 50 nudici.te aro jut; up in parcels: With! lul thereby enabling it i toeome-
I hereby appoint Mess. Fletcher andVVstrou directions umm. Fro.n O'C to three parcels will I within the reach of all persons. The above medicine sold oy special appointment ol

,. \ :: my agents for lie sale of" Rov.-- I 'liTE arc. authorized. to announce Maj. WILLIAM be neets..iry t<' c "'iipl t>' a cureThe price is $j, a Dr. CIlAr1\I.\ 'd Anti-Dyspeptic the patentee and warranted tnui.ic.K. .

JuidV T'mj1i I lU1'e" in the Territory .\1 a rajulidatc to represent the territory I PUI": :1. For ml- by E. B. i'E itK I5, Tallahassee, These Pills! have been Pills- :. U. 1'LKKIKS. DRVCCI&T.
of rio/ida, Eastern pal t "f Alabama, & I of Floiida, in the 24ih Congress (If the United I ,I "oi, Et2'f'lIt for FJo-ul-t.: -2312m sands who can testify to their successfully Ust-d l I.y tlu:u- Tallahassee, Fehf..ry J1th 1SI.f : 7tr.

Western part of (.CtS'ria'. ; vho sire iMc U furnish tatcs._July 27th 1833. SOtf r 4 '1JE Co-paIIt'r"lll; ]' liH .< 1. rr A'-s'ing under the I nnny other remedies now in use superior) for the! eih"e\uy! '(over '1'\) Tin: 1\1'11.\1.\! it A\D t'OLJjH.101'L

&c &ud medicines to all -who may apply to them on: I'I''liT E are authorised to announce WILLI.i.M /?. A:i firm of It. B. t. J. 1). Bull .* tuis dny dissolved b) :: jej'sia in all their complicated forms they cured; DfI Ji }] HC most prexalcnr and fatal of all Diseases incf-
"
ssfavouuibic rvestreu
r..,....... terau" as they can obt,un from the pro .fUT'l\iLL as a candidate to represent thteintory mutual consent,-All persons inHebu-d to raid conccr.i I j I to the debilitated! organs of. digestion, repair the I dent to civ hued socif.ty-the Cunsumptioc-aY
hisif.: "Si i ll"d, of Florida tonnkf t tite i removes: nausen and appe generally je traced te the least Alarming: of disorders,
the -sickntss
24tb iinmtdi
in congress of the United arc requested ) : payment to It. B. fluil!, of the stomach habitu.il
U JNO. It. ROWAND." I t States. 1833 5tf who is duly authorized to close the accountf the firm 'I cotiveiH5a, hC.1d-ach, palpitation of the heart, a slight but ntgieothci cIIIJ By estimation it appears
_'Tlli1s.dphia.! O.t 24'h 183V 21tfLOOM 11. 11. pIT.T and many other nervous affections. tlut one hundred an.l fifty thou! =;ind persons die annual!
DOCTOR J. EDWIN STEWART J.'B. .Mercury do They contain no i IJ of the consumption. Most of tht o dreadful results
HEREJVST LOOK AT THIS !-: I February 1, 19'254w liULL. nor the" sicken the stomacn, tliev: are a >
mild and safe I may be attributed to common cold and a
cathartic negligee
new store in QUincy hns again just ixcciv- RESPECTFULLY offers his professional services : there is no restriction in diet L ,
tIperthecIrjner Tallahassee and vicinity asa .- or drink or exposure to 'vet or cold while: treatment of the harrassng cough that generally ensues
I
;
Galaxy: capt. Fkicher, from N.r using them.
York an l medicine. His i is J effCl Bill of directions vjll -which i is Usually t followed by difficult breathing, pain
Philadelphia; a large of fresh ; practitioner of office on son accompany each box of Pills
supply goods in the side last
which and at Ulcerated
and
will Violent
; Lungs.
V2: a fine assortment of fancy calico latest fashions f liit. next door to M 1 r. Perkins' drug store. / HIlly explain their efl cts.
d'tnst1 :; A Fron the well known repeated Asthmatic attacks also bring on Consumptivesymptoms. -
an assortment of Wilmington las- Tallahassee. Nov 23d 183.V 15tf 111 reputation of tnesc Pills for
tn stripe ; the One or two dollars expended in the -
i and many years, purchase
; buttons ; drilling, a handsome assortment for F UR ILEN T.-A commodious dwelling house with .J4 : deems it proprietor (J. BOYD, Philadelphia)) of

ttntlemen' suutner aie ; brown linen, very fine ; four rooms, each twenty feet square, connected : them. A unnecessary to give any further detail of
fresh TR. RELFE'S
ASTHMATIC PILLS
-TtCn camki ; silk velvet ; gentlemen's and y.uths with a large store house fronting the public square, in i .X ) ..- I by supply has been received, and for sale' ,

"hte beaver and summer hats ; men's and boys wool l the town of Monticello :apply to WHITE.. = : = Tallahassee appointment Nov by K. B. PE1 KINS. and a little attention to their timely administration, will

des catit: ; gentlenien's fine thread gloves, saddles and br I. January 18th 1834._23 tf 23d 15tf usually ensure a mitigation of these disorders, and generally

best: quality ; an assortment of violins, with ex- I SAW GINS, manufactnred etfect a cure. The Pilis are also an easy and effectual .

t'1. long buvvs; cverpointcd silver I pencils; gClllleIncn's WILLIAM PATTON, m I J 3 Columbia, South Caroliny, for by sale Jas. Boatwright, remedy for the symptoms preceeding accompanying -
and youths dancing of by the Asthma, and Consumption. For Coldse
L pumps all sizes ; COMMISSON MERCHANT j JNO. BLAIR PEACHY.
ICS, Coughs difficulty of and
misses and childrens do. ; tortoise shell.tuck -ALSO-- Breathing tightness stricter
1Lide tolbs, splendid ; gentlemen's bead purses ; CHARLESTON, S. C. 1,700 buJjs. SALT, coarse and across the chest, Wheezing pain in the side, Spitting

h.hiOnable "ork baskets, do. pocket handkerchiefs ; Refer to-GIBSON & SYLVESTER, Quincy, Flo. : February Sth, 1833.-[26tf] fine-apply as above. of blood, &c. Few cases can occur of any of this
.
worked arid '.Iass of disorders in which the of Dr. Relfe's]
laced u purchaser
handsome HENRY HITCHCOCK Mobile.
caps; a assortment of f _4 i IX weeks after date
saadh r: bands ; artificial flowers ; belts ; hair cuils of all J. HONEY, Charleston [336w K.3 the subscriber, to the, application honorable the will County be made Court by Pills.will not find a rich return for their trifling e penditure. -

( &le'leghorn pcrfumt.rv bonnets; cologne of water etc. ; most fash1 FUR SALE OR it EN '.-.i tract of land.tour miles TNSURANCE against loss or damage by FIRE can for the County of Gadsden, for Letters of Adminis Price-whole boxes, 30 PilU, 1 dollar, half boxes

.w Le dressed fine quality, une of which i ofT! I.AHASSEE, containing 640 acres, seventy M. be effected on the most favorable terms, on appli-! tration on the estate of Sherwood .MeCall, late of said 12 Pills. 50 cens.H3rTo.
.J'ttnel1 to the fashion of New York ; nu as- of *hich i cleared, with good buildings. Applyat actionto the Subscriber, agent of the Protection Insurance county, dec'd. FABIAN ARMDSTEAD.

a all sze' If! spkndid' veils ; Prussian red stocking, this office, or to FRANCIS GERRARDIN, company, Hartford Connecticut. In every application February 8th, 1834. [266w] the Ladies Ic

d1 as and colours ; an assortment of jewelry, Tallahassee, January 11 Ith 1S34 22tf the fair Cash value of the property must be JJMES White and sound Teeth, are both an ornament and a

:a' ladies! fine Lrti** pins, carhugs and finger stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the correctness ALEXJ.VDER BERT1IELOT; blessing. The best security for their advantage la to b9

taij-s Watch keys ctc. ; patent lamps ; tacks ; brass j of the representation, and the good moral Attorney and Counsellor at Law. found in the use of the

sdQwrrSCaiSC'rtmcnlof metal bells, from 1C insml'cst character of the applicant. The solvency of the Office WILL practice in the Court of Appeals -The BRITISH ANTISEPTIC DENTIFRICE.This .

-unt$and to 1i the size ; Goshen cheese ; fresh ? and its fairness and punctuality may be confidently relied :- Courts of Leon, Gads en and; Jack elegant Tooth Powder, with a very little use

:tc; Port 'S i ague and fever drops, warranted to f on. E. 13. PERIll'tS. son, in the Territory of Florida ; and in the Superior; eredicates the scurvy in the gums, and prevents the accumulation -

: and a lot\Ii me,7 years old, as neat as when im pfrI Tallahassee. Fe;. 22. IS31. 27tfPLANTERS' Courts of Thomas & Decatur counties, of the Southern I of Tarter, which not only blackens! but

of handsome seal skin trunks ; 30 bLls.bt judicial circuit of the State Of Georgia. Residence l loosens the teeth. and accelerates their decay. The

cChuptt'finc floiir ; 3 do. fine flavored New Yorktfj HOTEL. Tallahassee. November 23d 1833. IStf Dentrifice thus removes the prevailing causes of offensive -

t t1tr'uh; rorter. ; starch, and sundry other articles,which I *1RANTZ REAVES bgs leave to inform his breath. preserves the healthiness aud floridness of

Oc l his former stock, constitute a very hand I JOHN he has taken a lease of, and after the TEAMSTER WANTED.-Wanted an industri i. the gams and readers the teeth beautifully white.

ortmtnt. [(38)) AMES CrECCLES.. 1st of Sept. nextwill occupy that establishment sowell ." STEil to take charge of a wagon Price 50 cents.

R. H. known as the Planter's Hotel in the city of Tallahassee and four horses. To one who can come well recommended O":: None are genuine unless signed on the ontjido

ATTORNEY >L DAVIDSON, I lately kept by Capt. Brown.-This is i the most good wages will be given. Apply to printed wrapper, by the bole proprietor, '1'. KIDDER

&COUNSELLORATLA'V spacious and commodious house appropriated to similar 253w*. J. W. KING, Mount Yemma.BOYS mediate successor to the late Dr. W. T. COHWAT.

*!.YIXG atttnrtnw"ilcu located in Quincy' Flor.; will promptly purposes m all Florida, and after the completion of WANTED.-Wanted to hire two active- For sale at his Counting Room, over No. 99; Court
any professional. busbei that b? i the improvements, embracing all the premises now i in Street, near Concert Hall Boston, and also by his spe
fltrUd garden boys, to drive Carts, and attend the sta
Landreths' superior
J|* to his AnT the courts of Leon, Gad4n, : FULL supply of and warranted progress, will be inferior to none, in attractions to the ble. Application to be made to appointment, by E. B. PERKINS, (No. 2)
and flower seeds received
n 1\t berb and just & traveller. J. W. R. grateful that share of Druggist
tountje of fSfS Bay also the adjGining E. D. PERKINS stranger 253wf. JESSE POTTS, Mout? Ytmon.
; Geor IJ tf fresh; by lltfA partiality which the public have generously hitherto Tallahassee February 24th 181. 27UT.NOTICE. : ;

DOCTOR October29th.___ awarded him, indulges the hope, that with enlarged N .-Six weeks after date, I shall apply to : .-Samuel S. White wIll| apply to thu
ESPECTFULLy JOHN McLEMORE. my absence from Florida I have means of contributing to the comfort of his guests and the honourable judge of Leon county court for Court, at its next term, for a discharge

n 'ftin inform his friends that he has NO'1'lCE.-Dunng Westcott Jr. Esqr. to act as my an unabated desire to give universal satisfaction, that letters of administration on the estate of'Alien M'Gra- as Administrator on.the estate ofRcb't. Highf,at wh ll

.\c23d resumed the duties of his prof sion. agent and attorney. L. W. Bi RNbl. he will continue to receive the patronage which has dy late of said county, deceased. .F. B. WHITING.St. time his accounts and vouchers will be exhlbitcd.-

15tf: Auust2Oth 1833. 52tfc f heretofore bccu extended to1 him. Itf Marks, February 1st 1834. 256w February 8th, 1834.-[266w]


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ana bo discbarged- wctto'fwvide forthc : ircl'drccl committee I : r t1re t Dmittee;( prayed i ii y *
Which"u.iud uta to the 6n OplDion Negroes and other persons therein, f '
; nand
PROCEEDINGS ,OF. THE LEGI8TLAURR. Stale of the Territory.Also i which was' agree to by"the house. I II C ap. 755: -No. 16. An act to impose !

the following: I Mr WmS from the select committee, to whom was re- tors or exhibitors of Circusses and other Shn a tax or-- .

{:Continued from fourth jwgr.] ,EXECUTIVE OFFICE 1 : ferrcd a communication of the Governor, touching an account in the Territory of Florida. ws or"***
ill : ,
Bank has been organised within a few weeks past, and
the following pre- 756-No. 17. An
I ) of Horatio P. Vass,-reported Chap. act concerning
: ts'to be hoped, will succeed more favourably for itself, J TALLAHASSCK, February 10lh.18S4.. Treasurer of the Territory of Florida. the Audit*'
and resolution : ,i
and for than its kindred in this I StaT have approved signed and filed in the Secretarys' amble
the No.
community generally, due to Horatio Chap. 757- 18. An.act -
it that there is justly for
WHEREAS,
office the following bills : appears
School Lands in this Territory.P renting
, ; Territory. the Executive out
, An act to amend act, entitled, An act to P. Vass, for services rendered as Clerk in 758-No.
an fe.Julate : 19. An
Chap.
I The same: year, also, An act to amcnd the several hundred seventy act to provide for
the ceurls of Com- Office of this Territory, the sum of two an1 the
i acts the Bank of West Florida" increasing the foreclosure of mortgages by tual collection of the Revenue. men!
incorporating whereas it is
and
; "the half million of Dollars mon Law of this Territory and other purposes." I four dollars eighty nine cents} Chap. 759-No. 20. An act to provide fir
: t capital stock of the Bank to a of the said claimant, that the same the coin ...:.
and the Council, An act to impose a tax on the proprietors or exhibitor deemed just in respect the t' tqof
other
granting privileges, was passed by the
of Circuses acd other shows ol amusement in the should be paid, although more properly chargeable to Chap. 760-No. 21. An act to provide for the
its
l the faith of of the redemption of :
golden promises
upon location of the Seat of Justice
, United States, therefore, of Walton
> paper, &c. &c. which have never been fulfilled. I considered Territory of Florida. be peal a certain act therein County, aA d to w
Treasurer of the Territory mentioned.
An act !for the relief of Shannon and Ballagh." Be it resolved that the re.
i it duty to reject these amendments, but they P. Chap. 761-No. 22. An
my 11 An act in relation to rafted lumber adrift." and he is hereby authorized to pay to the said Horatio act to provide far Ue
; were granted by the Council. four dollars the Court House in the County of t Duval. completin :
go
hundred and
u An act to authorize the County Courts in this Territory Vass, the said sum of two seventy
In 1932, An act to incorporate a Bank in the town Cbap. 762-No. 23. An act to change"the
f time
in their nine cents, and that the Delegate in Congressbe of hoIdi
cattle eighty
to appoint inspectors ot respective the Superior Courts in the
Counties
; of
[ ,tf Magnolia, was passed by the Council, after rejection of that amountto Walton: 'Va.srut1 ;
toy Mr. Westcott then acting as Governor. The recent counties." requested to procure the appropriation Jackson and Franklin, and for other purpose. Q.'t....,
1 creek in the of Es- reimburse the Territory therefor. Chap. 763-No. 24. An
An act declaring Juniper county act to alter and fix
; failure of this Bank is but the result then foretold : Pe rmane,
deplorable l
! Council. cambia a navigable stream." Which was read, the rule being waived, was put on its Sessions of the Superior Courts in and for the District

a to the An act to establish a ferry across the south prong of passage and adopted.Mr. Florida.t

! The act incorporating the Central Bank, was also rejected Black creek at or near Whitesville in Duval County." WARD from the select committee to whom was referred Ch'Jp. i64-Xo. 25./ act to organize a County to be
1 by the Acting Governor at the same Session, but led Hillsborough and I !lor
11 An act to regulate the pilotage of the Port of St. : the petition of Elizabeth Uptegrove-reported a : other purposes.
'II was passed by the Council. This institution has purchased Marks." bill entitled An act to dissolve the marriage contract between Chap. 765-No. 26. An act to repeal! certainacts organizi
I the Charter of the Bank of Florida, as before intimated the Comity of Fayeite. ng
, ** An act to incorporate tire Tallahassee Rail Road Com Elizabeth Uptegrove, and Green Uptegrove, 766 No":
Chap.: 27. An
be solvent. It is doubted however act to facilitate
and is believed to the
and said bill read and ordered draining;
." which report was agreed to, was LridsL rf
whether it is of benefit to the community gene- pan) I)
l great I have rejected the following Divorce Bills : for a second reading on tomorrow.Mr. Chap.! 767-No. 23. An act in relation to

rally, although its judicious nn l prudent management under An act to dissolve the marriage contract between Ehzabeth WARD from the select committee to whom the adrift I rafted| 11'

J of the control of its present proprietor, is a guarantee Frances Thompson and John Thompson.:' subject had boen referred, made the following report : Chap. 763-No. :29. An net to amend] an act, entitled j

against any losses from failure. An act to dissolve the marriage contract between The Select committee, to whom was referred the com- act LJ organize and regulate' the Militia of the Territory"'
: Last Session, an act amendatory of the several acts, 4th i Florida, and to repeal an act
D. Stone and Sarah N. Stone." munication of his Excellency the Governor of the passed first February tau
Henry
furthor increasing *'
and Approved 17th
incorporating the Bank of West Florida February, 1S33.
An act to divorce Amelia Anne Pindar and Nicholas Feb. 1S34, respecting a variance discovered between the 1
the to Million of Dollars! was passedftcifrccffon Chap. 769-No. 30. An act to amend the
Capital a "
t Pindar from the bonds of matrimony." Enrolled Act of last Session, regulating Interest, and i latiun to several act m I n,
by me, but it has not had 'Ie effect promised driving or bringing into this Territory,
. i 'Of resuscitating ;institution and .e: tore their| bills to I cannot be induced, but in the most aggravated and extreme the same act as published, beg leave to I belonging to |>ersons or citizens of the several States.neat. Cary

Credit. cases imperiously demanding the interference of REPORT : i'I.: Chap. 770-No. 31. An: act to authorise !the County COUfJ

The session extending the time for subscribing the Legislature, to sanction divorce bills as i have repeatedly !- That they consider it inadvisable to adopt any measure I m this 'remlory to appoint Inspectors of Cattle in their *? J i!

, I same an ao* > heretofore stated to the Council in former communications affecting the operation of the erroneously printed law during I pec live Counties. >
the stock of the Bank of Pensacola, &c. was
to
the inasmuch entered into Chap. 771-No 32. An act to incorporate the
rejecting said bills.I past year, as contracts Tallah I
also rejected by me, b;,t was passed by the Council. I Jockey CruH, for the
am with grea respect, have been predicated upon the law as published, and as encouragement (improvtrr.ent) or .
The same session, the charter of a Bank called the breed of horses.
Your ob't. servant, parties contracting could only he supposed to have
Commercial I Bapfc of Florida, was also rejected by me, most refe-I Cnap. 772!-No. 33. An act to incorporate thecongregation
'\ WM. P. DUVAL.The rence to the printed act. They recommend that the at Presbrterha f
of the Qnincy.Cnap.
but the bill was passed by the requisite majority
President the Council Interest," be published correctly, with I I
regulating
Council. Whether it will be able to overcome the difficulties of Legislative : together 773-No. 31. An art to authorise the Trustees
, Which was read, and on motion .>f1 r. Chandler, bidIon the Acts of this Session, to take effect and operation from ;i Qtiincy Academy, to raise a certain amount of of i
t r
encountered in its struggles to get into being, orprove f I money by Lot. .1
the table until tomorrow.Mr. the date of its publication. tcrv.
total abortion or what will be the result if it shall t J
i a I CHANDLER from the comm.'lte: on Finance to whom Respectfully submitted, Chap. 774-No 35. An act to incorporate the Guiles+ of t
I is unknown.At .
into
J .get operation, yet Pcn"aeoia.
was referred the petition of \' m. S. Mooring, Sheriff and GEO. 'f. WARD, Chairman. I -

the same session, the charter of the Union Bank of j J Tax collector of Jackson county, repotted a bill for the Which was read, and agreed to-and on motion of Chip. 775--No. 3& An art arnendatorv to the act tncorpo.

:Florida, although first rejected by me, was subsequently, }I collectorof i\Ir.1 rating the Trustees' of the IViiaacoh!: Academy, approved
relief of Wm. Mooring: late Sheriff 'and tax Ward, a select committee was appointed to prepare FP'
after amendment to I it founded bru.uy 12ih, 18.31.
agreed as regarded as
the of Jackson which was agreed to bill in therewith the House unanimously "
county ,- report a conformity -
report
" on a totally different basis, and organized on safer and Chap.I 776-No. 37. An act to establish! a Board of Warden
t.|i more salutary principles than} other Banks. I consIderedalso by the House, and said bill uas read, and ordered for a waiving the rule for that purpose: ,--Messrs. Ward, f.c the Port of IVisacoIa. Ij

that if this institution was once in successful second reading on toraorrov.Mr. Forbes, and Smith were appointed. I j Chap. 777-Xu.33. An act to incorporate the Town ef I Ii
opera- BIRD from the committee on Schools and Colleges, Mr. GAL TIER presented: a resolution which was lead i i Jacksonville. I
tion it would compel all the other Banks to act with taut j'
,
t| to whom the same had been referred, reported without amcndment and laid on the table until to-morro \'. Chap. 773-No. 39. An act to provide tor tIle establishmec 1

tion and prudence.At -A bill entitled AH act to provide for the establishment Mr. BLOUNT from the committee on Er.rolled Bilk, reported and maintenance of a Free School in the City of St. Augu SHAG \
+ At different tim< act to incorporate the St.
. and maintenance of a free school in the city as correctly enrolled, .\n act to incorporate the I \urns.
; .'J of a bc&ticial character to the charters of Banks Atheuaum.Ceap. .
r of St. Augustine"-which was agreed to by the House, Tallahassee and Clubs for the
Quincy Jockey improvement .
in opcrrtion, but the foregoing statement will show that 730--No. 41. An act to amend an act, entitled ",
I and said bill and ordered for t tact
I! was read a second time a of the breed! of horses. to
1 J' his course has been consistent and uniform in steadily opposing incorporate the Protestant Episcopal congregation tk!
third reading on tomorrow.Mr. An act of St.
concerning }patrols. I i City \ugustiue.
1 the establishment these institutions
1 I I!:: destructive the and of as being CHANDLER from the committee on Finance, to An act to provide for the permanent location of the I| Chap.; 7S1-:No. 12.! An act in addition to the act of 1333,
to
a \'ell.being. prosperity a plantingand whom was referred, an enquiry touching the compilationof Scat of Justice of Walton County, and to repeal a certainact incorporating:: the City of St. Augi fine.

lli agricultural community.The the laws of Florida, made the following therein mentioned." Ciinp. 752-No. 43. An act to a-end an acf, incorporating
Executive has regarded these Banking corpora- ihe Town of !\brimna.Glw : .
REPORT : 41 An act to establish the Ocklocknee liver I
a ferry over i
R tions founded upon credit, established too often (for spe The the p. : -No. 41. An act to incorporate the Town d
committee on Finance to whom was referred at "
or nearright's landing.
1 the of Chatnhoocheem: uUden '
culating purposes-to use language a distinguished | : County.
resolution respecting the publication of the compilation of An act supplement! : to the several acts incorporating j Chap 751 No.
I 45. An
amend
I statesman of one of the middle States, as "a brood of act ti> an act to incorporas:
the statutes of this Territory the Pen the Town
respectfully report, Bank of acola. j ot Sr. Marks.
forth o'er the laud
tI sickly vipers spawned to cat out the
That in answer to enquiries made b them in compliance An the relief Chap. 7.s50. 4tf. An
farmer's substance." He docs not consider it } act for of Jonathan This )iJl. :; : act to regulate! the! Pilota e of tbe
expedientor with said resolution they have received a communication An act to incorporate the Presbyterian Congregation : Port of Sti Marks.
to do more than refer the Council the
to
necessary from one of the compilers, which is hereto annex- at Quincy." I Chap. 7S6-No. 47. An net to establish! anti regulate the
former messages addressed to them in rejecting the laws rates alp I the St. John's C
ed. By this communication it appears the work ii near- "An act the mode of suits Piiojag.Mor and Nassau; River
directing
instituting against
N before mentioned for the in detail j, 767 =No. .
reasons which have i Chap. 4$ An act constituting Board of War
ly completed, and is expected to be tor distributionwith :
ready
induced him to reject this act. He cannot them corporations. dens! for the Port wf Key West.j .
urge the laws of this session. The committee have: ex- An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide 733 No.
i Chap. 49. An
j more strongly than be has heretofore done upon the Council j act to provide for the appointment
-If they should\ fail of what he considers should be amined the book as fat as finished, and consider it well for holding an election for Delegate to Congress from this of pilot, and to regulate the rates: of dotage at the Pond

their effect, he can only appeal to the leoislati'erccords executed, in point of typography, and also that the system Territory, members of the Legislative Council, and certain ; Kl'YYest, and) fir other purges. -

proper and arrangement adopted by the compiler has bren judicious other officers, passed February 13th 1833.: i t Chap. 760: -No. 50. An net in addition to the act incorpon
of the for evidence that share of
country tle
no and that: the work will valuable to the community. 41 An act in relation! to trading with slaves." : tiny the La Fayette Salt Company Key \>'CT.
responsibility of a coutso of legislation which ho sincerely ; Chip. 790-No. 51 An acr to the .
Marine
incorporate Railway
The
' book is more voluminous than was anticipated, 14 An act to provide for the completiun of the Court r
believes will be mischievous and destructive to the best Company of the city of Key We>t.
being nearly 500 pages, and some delay has thereby, and house in the of Duval."
county I
interests of Florida him and which Cinp. 791-No. 52. An
rests to
I : upon against act incorporate the Florida! Peninsula
he enters his solemn protest. by other causo ,been occasioned, to its being finished, but 41 An act to incorporate the town of Jacksonville." and Jacksonville: Rail Road Coa,[..aty.Crap. .

t I have approved and filed in the Secretary's Office, a as it could not have been distributed throughout the I cr- 41 An: net t" establish: and giilute; tke rates of Pilotagefor I 792: -No. 53. An act to incorporate the Florida, Alabama -

i ritory till an appropriation was made hy Congress, there the St. John onJ Nassau rivers and Georgia Rail bald l Company.
Resolution the establishment of Marine Hospital
respecting a for, no disadvantage has resulted to the Territory. It 41 amend Chap 793-No. 54. An act to the 1
appears An act to an act rnt'tlcd} an act to incorporate incorporate Talahass: !!:
) in Jacksonville and Resolution
the of
,
town
a asking Rail
Road
t
also that the amount ) Con- Company.
originally appropriated by the Protestant
Espccopal Congregation in the city of
for additional member of the Council from the
an county Chap. 794 No. 55. An
gress to defray the expenses of publication, (although the St. Augustine. act to change the name of a certain
t>f Franklin, nnd have caused copies thereof to be for- person therein naiued.
compilers render their services jjratitously,) is insufficient 44 An: act to incorporate the Colhge of Pcn aco1a."
795 No.
warded to the Delegate. j Chap. 5fi. An act fiJrthe relief of Mary P.Harket
of that the contractors will prohahly sustain a loss in con- A bill entitled 4t act in addition the of 1833
) I am respectfully your obedient servant, nn to act t Chap. 796-No. 57. An act to legitimate &. change the name
' WM. P. DUVAL. sequence thereof. The committee deem it advisable and incorporating the city of St. Aur .ai.n?." was read the j of Martha: Higgiubothani: to that of Martha Crozier.

"Which rcadi and the and I. important that a publication of, the laws of '33, and '34, third time and passed-ordered that the title he as before J Chap. 797-No. 53. An act to establish a ferry "across the
was thereupon
yeas nays should be made on the same plan, and in the same manner stated. I south prong of Black Creek, at or near Whilesvfile in Duval
were taken the of the bill, entitled. An act I
upon passage as has been pursued in the compilation up to '32, and A bill entitled, "an act for the relief of! Isaac Nntlnns j County.Chip..
Bank in the of Jackson
to incorporate a county in 793 No. 59. An
op- act
to authorize
in order to make the deficit in the former appropriationto other-was Nehemiah Brushto
up and read third time and ordered
a passed-
position to the vote of the Governor-Yeas, Mr. President ; e:)tahi! ,h a ferry across St. Johns River at called
place
the contractors nnd to obtain a continuance ot the workin that the title he as before stated. t a j
}Ies Bird, Blount Bulloch Chandler Gautier Palatka.
rs. :
an uniform manner they herewith report a bill and resolution A bill entitled 4t An act incorporating tho town of Ma- 799!) No. .
Green, Kirkland, McKinnon, Mooring, Priest, Riz, Robinson Chap. CO. An act to authorize James Carrawaj
i and Ward, 14 Nays, Messrs. Dupont Forbes to the house. EDWARD CHANDLER, rianna"-was read the third time and passed-ordered to establish a ferry at Ocht-csee on the Apalachicola! river.

and Smith, 3. So the said bill is passed by the lawful Chairman. that the title be as before stated.A Chap. vS03-No. 61. An act toauthorize Willhm B.Hooker>

Which was read and agreed to. bill entitled. An act for certain purposes therein ex- establish: a ferry across the Suwannee river in Hamilton: county. ;

.' majority. A bill entitled An act for the continuation of the compilation pressed," was reud the second and third times, (the rule Chap. SOI-'-:No. 62.: An act :t') establish a ferry over the
A bill, entitled "An act to amend act entitled An
an OckloCiinee
river
of the laws of this read and at or near Wright's landing.
Territory, -was being waived) and lost. v
act to incorporate the Protestant Episcopal congregation Chip. 802: -No. 63. An act to authorize James hcnnedvtoestr.bJJh !
ordered for a second reading on tomorrow.Mr. A bill entitled An act for the relief of John Roberts "
in the of St. read the third time ; } a ferry Cold
over
tl city Augustine, was water, where the road leading from |
CHANDLER offered resolution which read and
. t' a was was repd a second time and ordered for third Florida
a
end rassed-Qrdered that the title be as aforesaid. readingon tcvvn to Tallahassee, crosses said} river,
laid on the table until to-morrow. f
The House again went into committee of the whole, to-morrow. Chap -03-No. 64. An: yet to authorize William A. Bell to ;

l V on the bill to incorporate; the Jacksonville Rail Road .I Mr. CHANDLER g from the committee oft Finance, made A bill entitled An act to divorce Maria Ursula Caro I bund a bridge across the Biyou Grande in Escambia County.

Company -Mr. Riz therefrom the bill amended the followingREPORT : from her husband"Juan E. Lll'alle"-was postponed and Chap.:. SOI-No. 65. An act to authorize Samuel Y. Garey I
reported i
I The committee on Finance to who.se consideration was made the order of the day for tomorrow.A to build a bridge over the north prong of Black creek ic Duval
which was agreed to by the House, and said bill is or- Coimly. L
referred a resolution in relation to the Tallahassee: fund, hill entitled i An act for the relief of William Montford"
-
dered to be for third I Chap. S05 No.
engrossed a reading to-morrow.
on 66. An '
act the
declaring Creek ia
have tho honor to that in obedience to the directions Juniper
report -was read the second and third times, the rule
(
The House then adjourned until to-morrow 10 o'clock. be-I County of Escambia, a navigable stream.
of the House they have made sudi examinations into ing waved, and its final the and
t ) put on passage- yea* Chap. SOS-No. 57. An act for the I relief of Benjamin G.
TUESDAY, FEBRU.iRY 11th, 1834. tho subject matters proposed to be enquired into, as the nays being thereon called by Messrs. Du Pont and Smith, Thornton. '

The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum short time allowed to them would permit, and have caUs- were yeas, Messrs. Bird, Chandler, Gautier, Green, :Mooring Chap. 807-No. 68. An act for the relief of Jesse H. Wills.

' being present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings was ed detailed statements or accounts current to he drafted Robinson and Ward, 7-nays, Mr. President, Messrs. Chap. 803-No. 69. An act to adjust and settle the accounts

read. showing the true situation of 'he fund, from January t' Blount, Bulloch, DuPont, Forbes, Kirkland, M'Kinnon, of Davis Floyd deceased, late Treasurer, and also the claim 01.

u JMr. PRESIDENT laid before the Council a communication eighteen hundred and twenty seven, to the commencement Pries:, Riz, and Smith, 10--so the said bill is lost. the certain Territory lands. against his securities, and for the disposition of

h t from his Excellency the Governor, as follows, to wit : of the.present yearIt is believed that all the inquiries [To be continued in our next.] 809-No.70.:
Chap. An for
contained in the resolution, will be found to hive act the relief of Thomas Douglas-
1 r Chap. 810-No. 71. An act for the relief of Isaac Nathan--
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, been replied to by these accounts current, except that the t .Ia1fILm f\;: and others.

TALLAHASSEE, FEBRUARY 10th. 1834. J mode in which tho several Commissioners of that fund
SInFor several years when the duties of the Governor havo discharged their duties and tho exact measure of Chap.; 812: -No. 73. An act for the relief of Shannon &Bal!

and Secretary ofhis Territory were not as onerousas their fidelity to the trust confided to them, could not to a Chap. 740-No. 1. An act to amend an act to provide for lagh.!

at present, a law authorised the employment of a Clerk certainty be ascertained by tho committee ; these facts bolding an Election for Delegate lo Congress from this Territory Chap. 813-No. 74. An act for the relief of James J. Board

for said offices, but in '29 from motives of economy the however, it is conceived arc fully disclosed continuously Members of the Legislative Council and certain other officers and Darius Clapp.

law and since that these officers havo -passed Feb. 13th, 1833. Chap. 814-No. 75. An act for the relief of Charles Tripf?
was repealed, period, in the different reports which have been made to the
Chap. 741-No. 2. An act to amend "an act regulating the Chap. 815-No. 76. An act for the relief of Jonathan Thig- r
been obliged to compensate any persons they havo employed Council by the committees on Finance,-those reports mode of proceeding on attachments ... .

out of their private funds, except when small allowances are respectfully referred to. Chap. 742-No. 3. An act to amend "an act concerning pen.Chap.. 816-No. 77. An act for the relief William S,

have been made for special services by the general Tho propriety of having the accounts current herewith Executions." Mooring, late Sherirfand Tax Collector of Jackson County.

government. At present the offices of the Executive, presented printed, is submitted to tho house ; as also the Chap. 743-No. 4. An act in addition to the several acts now Chap. 817-No. 78. An act for the relief of Douglass! DUI1-

Secretary, Treasurer, and Auditor are not occupied except expediency of connecting with their publication, that of in l force, regulating Judicial proceedings. melt.Chap.

during office hours on the dy, and at night they are an additional number of tho report of the Finance committee Chap. 744-No. 5. An act to authorise Sheriffs and Clerksof 813-No. 79. An act to incorporate a Bank: in the

exposed to the depredations of any incendiary or mische- at the past session of this body. Superior and County Courts to appoint Deputies. County of Jackson.
Chap. 745-No. 6. An act to establish a TariffofFees. Chap. 819-No. SO. An act supplemental to the charter! : of
vious person. Valuable documents and papers and in Respectfully submitted! 740 No. 7. An in : the Merchant's
Chap. act addition to an act concerning and Planters: Bank of Magnolia.
fact tho original laws and journals are liable to be abstrac- EDWARD CHANDLER, Chairman. Wills, Letters Testamentary, Letters of Administration and Chap. 820-No. 31. An act supplemental to the several act:

ted or destroyed by those who may be interested in their Which was read and agreed to. .- the duties of Executors, Administrators and Guardians. incorporating the Bank of Pensacola.

absence or.destruction. The Executive deems it his duly Mr. SMITH presented the petition of Ben Chairs, whichwas Chap. 747-No. 8. An act to amend an act, entitled, "an. Chap. 821No. 82. An act in addition to, and amendatoryof

to bring this subject to the attention of the Council.In .- refercd to select committee with: the accompanying act to regulate the Foreclosure of Mortgages by the Courts of the Charter of the Central Bank of Florida.

the present insecure condition of the Capitol, the responsibility evidence, with leave to report by bill, resolution or other- Common Law of this Territory, and for other purposes." Chap. 822-No. 83. An act for the continuation of the compilation *
Chap. 748-No 9. An act in relation to Liens of the laws of this
created by Territory.
of the safe preservation of the public records wise-Messrs, Smith, Ward and Blount, were appointed
Judgments. 823 No. 84.
Chap. An
act to for
provide thecompeasatloaof :
should be imposed upon the public officers. The accu- thereon. Chap. 749-No. 10. An act concerning the authenticationof the officers of the Council and for other

mulation of business renders the employment of a Clerk Mr. CHANDLER presented a memorial of Ben. Chaires, Conveyances.Chap. purposes.

necessary, and the security of the records requires that which was referred to the committee on Finance.Mr. 750-No. 11. An act directing the mode of institu- INDIAN

some one should occupy the offices during the night.-- : DDPONT from the committeo on Internal Improvements ting Suits against Corporations.Chap. the of VERDICT.The John verdict of an Indian jury O fet

Without a law however, the Executive has no; authorityto to whom was referred a bill to bo entitled An act 751-No. 12. An act to provide for the correction of body Tutson an Indianwho had been drink

employ.,such per op.-I am Sir, concerning roads, highways, and bridges reported, That an error in the publication of the Statutes of 1833. ing pretty freely of spirituous liquors and was soon afor..
752-No. found dead U That the
Chap. 13. An was said Tutson's occasioned
act Patrols. death
ob't. serM.WM. to the state of the concerning; was
Respectfully, your owing undigested laws upon that subject -
Chap. 753-No. 14. An in relation by the of in
act to trading with freezing a large quantity of water
P. DUVAL. and the lateness of the present session, any legislation I Slaves.
his that had
body been
Hon.: John' Warren President of Ibo Council.. upon that subject at this time! is caexpedicnt in the,. Chap. 754-No. 15. An act to repeal an act, entitled -" an he drank., imprudently mixed with the rum



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.ORID: : Tanty, has just been built at New York and is -.Married-On the 6th of February the Reverend I DISTRICT.COURT.OF TIl U.
by STATE.
.Jdy fur sea. We learn from 'Courier Mr. '1 NEW-YORK.-The ROSE, for Middle D }
DhoW the Withers, Mr.'JOB* B. MATHUI of this FOR ti lOiJ
this cutter county to w zr/R-.M..f.STER will
is not to be confined to Miss [IN ADMIRALTY.}

= A i\m4l mmt9rURDAY district ; but is to have the range any of particular the- of North M..aTIUETzaITTof'Carolina. \ & both formerly have immediate dispatch, for passage Jacob J. Maibee,

whole coast of the Only apply to Libellant
United
States ,
and will have .
FEBRUARY 22. 1
a general supervision over other cutters also February 15th, ((272w) KERR & STURGES. against Sur libel for Engineers"

: : the light houses, buoys, and beacons belonging, as to; MARINELIST. RECEIVED per BRIG ROSE)from N. YORK, John The Steam*Bt Batimor! wages.
had
have recently most the I J
ATnr.R.-We government. A vessel of this kind !le by KERR & STURGES, ?Clamnt

''rdinary{all of ram ever witnessed since the set. an excellent .purpose, as we frequently must hear answer PORT OF, ST. MARKS. o.J Boxes Coffin's 4Co.. Axes, NOTICE of is said Court by given entered to said IibUan't that the
OH
'* For several days precedingevening i i,1rment of lights being cu Barrels Irish Potatoes, 22 day of
of this country. I badly attended, and light vessels. ARRIVED- U< Bundles Hay. January 1833, against said"resscl, was on 7th of
it littcrally fell in torrents with drilling from their moorings ; the latter no doubt j Schr. Lucinda FEB. 14. Febrnary 15th, 1834. 273w Septemr 1833, set aside and vacated by said cot1 ;
1'acr' intermissions. The country is floodedtaxctV caused by suffering their chain cables to become Holmes, 20 days from New York, process of execution issued thereon quashed :
merchandize
any to Smith and Parramorc and J. 1% OTICE.-Six weeks after date application will i "
twisted. In G. and and it was ordered that said cause be
visiting considered
director The St. Marks) has overflowed its every creek and corner on N. Hamlin of Magnolia. 1."t be made to the Judge of the County Court of Leon for further d
everY the the proceedings and that
coast pen issue
'L."VkS anu J JS. ppurmg westward into Lake La Fayetto place in the, bars changes and that are constantly taking few Left scht Vesper, Trott, to sail for St. Marks in a County, for letters of administration on the estate made up, and the cause proceed to hearing a, according -

V"th OcUocknec has filled the low grounds com quicksands on our southern days. of William Pritchard, late of said deceased. to the practice and rules of
.j e coast, will be noted for the benefit 19th-schr. Charles Edmondson Feb. 15th, (27tf.) C. C8untl LI.\MS. Adthirlty"erne
of
navimtnrc 8 th of said
ir sweeping' onward *n R maJcslic current I Jamaica in ballast. Berry, days from __ Prtor Libellant having deceased,the said
,
Ptc i n'idth: DISSOLUTION Libellant notified, that, unless he constitute
Little rivci i is little no longer. Our i American OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. i another
tl'lIle in vessels left at Jamaica. Proctor his stead and file his
I replication
xc Hibours at St. Marks and Magnolia I have no further I In grappling for a lost anchor in the Hudson II Brigs-' IvenliE, Lawrence, for St. Jngo de Cuba. THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing caim, and answer of said John Jenkins'in the t the

rst'to fr ny land conveyance, enjoying, ns they 1 do. unri I, ver, a little below West Point, a number of links U Alphe, Thomas, do. do. the firm of of said Court at Cluincy, Gadsden Clerk,

ruptcd navigation in every direction. The timesTS w ere brought up, which formed part of the Sehrs.-Neptune Repcter[ Foxwell, discharging. 4',m SJQ tItLtU1 D said District on or before Monday the 5 day of

t \ suited only to the web-footed tn.1)C5.-The wildS5C chain stretched across the Hudson river durinn'the great II Naomi Bouch, Baily, discharging.. is thiraay dissolved. Robert S. Miller hating par- May next at 10 o'clock A. M.,-and duly proceed in
< I do. cha'J'the said We shall
entire stock is cause : on the day last mentioned
anJ have assembled in unusual numbersho revolutionary war to the British fleet Richmond alone authorised to settle or
seese prevent Auchinbeck
.%llc"s I from do. the debts. R. S. MILLER as soon thereafter as Counsel can'be heard, more said
arc so fortunate as to possess the means passing up to West Point. 'rhe Smith, Looky just ,
m d jJioSC number .f arrived. Feb.: 15, ((27tf.) P. H. HARLEY. Court to dismiss said libel witlicosts.Dated .
links
'ltiln111 have fine pl'rt.-The mails are I recovered is fifty-one ; they) are said to be Louisa, Twining, sailed 30th January for February
of nm Crooked h183.
aew1iCrC Ul in Georgia. We have J htard 1 nothing 1 I over a foot each in length, and averaging from Island. undersigned having purchased the E.VT/RE ; J. D. WKSTCOTT, Proctor for said
or THE
( flak! and General Jarkson for Eight days, and thirty to thirty-five pounds each. They are sup CUARED-FEB.: 14. debts, &c of R. S. MILLER, & Co., J. P. BOOTH. $ Clam oC
of the I posed to have deminished third in Schr. Three Sisters, Glander will continue the To the sad Jacob J. Maibee, and
"hsl to conic ptr1ips 1' for the 1 R ivcrs i one size and for N. Orleans, in ballast. business under his own name.
far as many .
11! not j weight by corrosion, and were raised with difficulI Feb. 15, ((27tf.) R. S. MILLER. al---..-who it may concern. S
lire to rising. The c1oqucnceof.lacl Downing Clay I I I I in consequence of their close adhesion to the Passengers.-W. L. Mitchell, J. Richardson and SUPERIOR DISTRICT.

n Benton is thrown way for the pr-sent as far as I l bottom.; They were so imbedded with the rocks family, Messrs. D. Jones, James J. Dirge, & 58 slaves nJ-NOTICE.- COURT-1lDDLE, Cl.l.VCERY.

tre arc concerned. In the meantime we l V.;now nothing I I below that it took three days hard pulling to bring c.olton 17th-by Schr.H. Bond Washington and others., M. Swaim. 163 bales I FOUR weeks Judge after ofthe date application will be rmdj The "Central Bank ofFiolida"j Di filed Jan.23th,
I County Court of Leon
County
tit North If -
the lUnkrurtcyof ? or ( our cwn protested them up and large stones "adheaed Compfainaht, I and subpoena
of to them leave l'3
some Passengers.-H. Bond, James Barlow, and Doctor ty to sell a part of the real estate of \VillianaU
agairtst
Bills, which will be Mire to roach us us soon as weighing from 15 to 20 pounds each. The 51 Turner. dcc'd. JOHN C. HALL ) "The Merchants 1 to the

the subsiding of the waters shall relict us from our links weighing 1500 Ibs. A certificate of these Sailed.-Schr. Duncan and Son, McDurmct, for N. Feb. 15, ((27tf.) WILLIAM HALL.Adm s.NQW j Bank Magnolia,"
unpv state of ib'10rance.ce facts in the New York papers, and onc of the links York. 1l3 lll l 1 \\G. Gordon and Edward Seixas. I Leon

S \\'ritin the above tIC) mal; duc on Thnrsday has been presented to the New York Naval Ly Schr.. Three Sisters, Glander, for New Orleans.PLANTERS' ANDLITEST B h.ren ants. ) Tallae County.
-
"cnIxg has arrived, but brings uo intelligence of inrroriance ceum.The TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN.
C\ HOTEL. FASHIONS. N OlvE IS hereby given that ihe aforesaid Bill
further than the continued oo themoney ,
picssurc deaths in New Orleans, from October 183,2 THE subscriber has taken the JL.''TEJI: AIOTF.L, hath bu n fLed as well in beh-iif: the "Centralank
market and numerous and heavy failures in takes this B of Florid; in behalf
j to( last October were about 12000. The numberof opportunity of infonnin his friends H. P-IElTsOW a.i-J for the benefit of
A.
.
the real commercial) cities. It IS rumoured that a regular inhabitants is less than that ; and the public that his HOUSE will be open for their ic- & CO. such other creditorOf "The Merchants and Plan

plan of a national 1 bank will be submitted, which will the] mortality the 60,000-50 cepnon on the 1st of March 1331.K1DDARM.. MERCHANT TAILORS, ter's.Bank of MagnoMi," as may apply' and become
stated
during
sanrtion of the President. year was upwardsof 28tf MOORE.'V parties complainant to sajd bill, by leave of sid Court,
t'trt'i"t' the It is believed, t twenty per ccii?. SUCCESSORS TO R. IL IVOOLLEYSf Co. according to law and the rules and said

}iowe\cr that the report is not entitled to l'J'cJit.-Thc 'N P\VF-All F'O1tEeLoETjPT1o1t'l'i interesleJ ,. TOULD respectfully inform their customers C ourt. Ami( that'on the return of the prtti'eof said Subpoena

drnositc; question is still the subject uf debate in bothHoircsoi' At the grand fete recently given by the Sultanto the Central Bank persons of Fl01 ida," will intend take to notice institute tHat Y and the public} generally that they have on Monday the third day ofMarch'next! a It o'clock'

Concuss. the Foreign Ambassadors, the ground presentedone suit upon a certain mortgage made and removed f'seir establishment to the store recently in the forenoon, or as soon thereafter as'Counsel caii
of the most William G. executej by- the office of he heard, application will be made to said Court at
enchanting prospects possible-all Burgess and Mary Ann )his wile, on the occupied as the Floridian, on Jef
We arc indebted to Col. \VIIIT for the copy of a lhe ladies of Ambassadors with their suits, being 13th 1 day ot March 1833, unto William Wiliatn! of I ftrslJn- tr ct, four doors West of the Post Office, decree Chambers, at Tallahassee and aforesaid, for an order or
( spe.-ifying limiting the time in which
bill nuking a further appropriation of JM,600, for com- accommodated at the kiosk, while the valley and upon the south half of lot No. 95 and thewlu, ,, of \\'li're they bnve opened: their. fresh Stock of creditors as intend to become parties to said suc

tlcung the improvement' ot St. Marks river and liar- and the hills were thronged by Turkish tvomet not lot No. 96 house, in'the city of Tallahassee, and i">e Lures, FALL AND WINTER GOODS, consisting of aforesaid, may come in and apply for that purpose a

I boai: ,--a bill authorizing the relinquishment of the Six- less! than 30,000 in number, their while head dresses dwelling thereon,to kitchen, stables and other improvements a very handsome assortment of And aLso, that application will then and there be made

SeclidJ.s uf School Lands and the thir gilden arabas, having a most picturesque secure the payment of a is. te for toVEST1NGS said Court, to limit said time to Monday the seventh
tctfith tntry ofciiitr tfect. f 82.000, given by said Burgess and ( rce.. II. Cliaitcs.: CG CD W 9 Y.4l lliUWal of
lU'di) in lieu thereof, also, a bill to continue hforce e Every exertion was made Uy Haul Pacha I (as security) to said Williams on the same day, dJVD FANCY day April next.
ARTICLESof Dated
lo please' his A handsome banquet pay February 6th,
guests. was a January 1st 1834 with 134.
interest
,
the act p-aniifig pre-emptions to settlers 10 per.Cfntur.l
on pub. served in the kiosk, and the best kind of dramatic from dalf, and which note and ha been, gentlemen's( dress, of the most fashionable co JAMES D. 'VESTCOT Jr.
iic lands 1 fji one year from the time of its morrgage Sol' and
passage. entertainment Constantinople could supply, was assigned by said Williams to said Central Bank of lours and style, viz : 8th, 1834.} [2 ofCuunselor Ctmplainant.F.u.
provided t for them of doors. Florida"-Aud that said Central ]
out These consistingof Bank of F.orida": gtr Q l
Council '
The LegW.itivc adjourned on the 16th the gambols of German has this day filed its petition ( forth said SUPERIOR COURT-
rope-dancers, and ofa telling note Superfine Blue, Superfine Claret Brown lDDLKDIT.ICT.
j jest t. after a session of six weeks. As fhr as we are sorry equestrian pcrfirmanccery far inferior and mortgage and the assignments thereof and the amoullt 41 Black, I ,t" LEO"V .
Olive Green '
with the of the due upon the same), to the Superior Court for CHARLES AUSTIN and RICHARD C.
that
acquainted provisions Laws enac- to of Astley's. It was amusing to see the Invisible Green "
the Middle District of Florida, in and for the Steel-Mixed, A LLs, Esq'rs. [Receivers of theotrt
teJ!, they appi-nr to be such as were required byIk Sultan and all of his ministers sitting gravely of Leon, in the Clerks office of saidco'1rtatTalIalLis-county *' Adalaide, cc Drab, &c C of Chancery of the Middle .Intrespassonths

; wains of the country. This session has beenliiiur.gui I watching admiring antics which would be hissed see--:and have also filed therewith said original mortgage g 1 8J gg 7lll1 g! .District. of lori:(, in the criSt of the case upon promises. -
l by, the one shilling gallery; and to see the ambassadors and have for the Central : of Florida" I .
; JCil by a strict and laborious attention to prayed furcclo ure of he equity Superfine Blue, Superfine Fancy Colors CliI
and their ladies, accustomed to all the bril- o redemption of said mort n ors and all claim Black I plainant, against Thy Merchants } Summons ad
& tie! persons
order &
business decorum, with which the li ant representations of all the capitals in Europe, ing by, through or under them, in and to said mortg Dab I Leopold, arll\ Planters Bali.of iV.jriaM 4. rcspondenJumforThomas

deliberations: were conducted. The members car compelled to yawn for hours at a performance of aged property, and that application will be uuly! made Corded, &c. G. Gordon, and Edtatd $5UOO damages.

ry with them our best wishes for a safe return to the} most inferior kind. A fine display of fire works for such judgment foreclosure, and other) proceedings Wr l l.Y-=. Seixes, Defendants,}-Plaintiffs.

':itcirfi sends and constituents t from both of made :night, to the delight of the turkish women had on aid {petition according to the statutes in such: Splendid Velveteen, vs:
whom ALKXASDCK E. PATTON defen l'nt
made and Fine >
and J
who the of cas.c provided. Dated, February 22d 1833. plain fig'd black Florentine, '
sat on side the hill the
they will doubtless receive a hearty welcome. wondering at JA,aiiS WESTCOTT, Jr. f Fig'd fancy coloured do. rWlHE Defendant in said case, and all other persona
European ladies who committed the sin of JL
At t the close of the session, n flattering address of I. uncovering 29tfJ .Attorney fvr Petitioner. I Plain white and fig'd Valentias interestcd.vi take notice, that an Attchment
,
their faces before men, and exclaiming like h'tti in said for
isslcd case, Twenty-Five
thnnU'to the President, CoK): Warren, wns movedauJ 1 1 children, with astonishment at the fiery wheels and Edmonc'Superior: j. Cjttrt Fors.all-Jl 1'Jacide.die District. Leon County. Plain, white & fig'd ButflIarseilles, &c. Hundred Dollars damages and costs, returnable to the

carried unanimously, who replied in the fol. serpents which Russian artists provided in great Forstal!, A'-.x-uuer' ,Gordon }I In I J.Nlgg 1l1 lg 1B first day of the next Api.ljTerm of said Court,and said
the
L'vm* terms : bundance. .'.n.,1 Ni.ru .las Ecriuoud: iradupon j trespass on case Plain and pleted Satin Stocks Defendant and all other persons interested, arc requ>
promises. Do. do. Bombazine do. : red to appear and plead to the declaration filed in said
(irntlt Jlfll "if the Legislative Council i The Polish n. &c.-P.iint.ffs.: Summons ad rcspondeudum Do. Velvet case, according to the Statute in such case made and
Emigrants. will be recollected va do.
Permit me to retu/n you my sincere (hanks; for $10,000() 'p rovided. Dated February 1st, A. D. 1834.
John T. Fine
that it Luri Horseskin
was stated some time since in the newspapers Henry Knc- t damages. Gloves,
fir the have all occasions JAM/.S D. WESTCOTT, Jr.
courtesy you on ex- 1 linc and
tenJed that a body of two or three hundred Polish ene t Barr, trading Buckskin, Silk and Linen Gloves, Feb. 9. [263m] Att'y- *or the P l'ff&
to me ; thereby enabling mo, with your asto exiles! had selected the United States as their future Si.c.-DrJe; ufljiABltlE J I Gum Elastic& Nett Suspenders, Hosery, &c.
AiSDUETii'S GALtUtl
stance: discharge the high and duties bilEUJS-\Varrant-
defendants
important
in said and all other The
residence and that they were coming to tra* case, persons subscribers would return their sincere thanks .RA cd frcsh and for sale the of
genuine, at store
which devolved the _H_ inlcrest d
upon me, as presiding I will take notice that
country under the auspices of the Emperor of hath thb d. an attachment I to their customers for past favours, and hope by Fe 11. 8. [261m] KERR & STURGES.N. .
fficrr deliberations iueu
( over the in sniJ for Five Thousand I
your during presentsession I Austria. We understand now, fiom the most responsible rixHuiJ.cda.d y case, their assiduity and strict attention to business, stilt B.-Orders for Fruit or Ornamental Trees front
of the Council, and particularly: to each Forty-Ei Dollars and Fifty-One to merit and receive share ol the Nursery of D. & C. Landreth of
that!
tiie iiiiiiudual member, for the able authority, the gallant refugees are Jtnts: damages and costs, returnable to the First day generous patronage Philadelphia
he has discharged\ his duties manner intvhioh expected daily to arrive in this port-indeed we of l the! next April term of said Court, and said defen and having constantly in their employ first L will he -ittcnd-jd to by 't"_K. & S.

ktiuntive of free as the repre- I are informed by a gentleman in Wall street, tlut: oaras and all other persons interested, are required to rate worKmen, they will guarantee to those who OTIUE.-AlL persons indebted to the subscribers -

a people.rshall I the house of which he is a member has received I apptar and plead t: the d2clar ,tii>n filed in said case, mar please to favour them with their orders, that L previous to the firS of January last, are

always remember with feelings of gratitude I. directions from Rothschild & Co. to furnish according to ih.. statute in such case made and provided. < they shall be executed at the shortest notice and L LL requested to call and make payment,as no indulgencewill

the honour conferred upon me by this body; I facilities for connected with this pecuniary Dated February 1'Jih A. D. 1831.293m most durable and fashionable I styles. They likewise be given after the first of" \!a'h.Feb. .
and now that we are about to curt purposes J. 8. [-261m} KERR & RTURGE8.
our Legislativecir.ios subject. It is understood that the Emperor will l __- D.1.81 COTT, Jr. Att'y. forPl'ffs.BlS.SULUTlUiN keep constantly on hand, a general assortment
by the final adjournment of the Council, < -t v'UJ'AKr.NKUSHlP.-Thc fashionable of almost D.-For bale a v.dU.trd.c; of laii. contani-
I allow to each of these unfortunate Polanders a Clothing every des- JJA.N
ierniit me to assure that I' : 560 acres, lying near 'oiiticcllo: Jefferson
]p you, to whatever part of heretofore existing under the firm scription, viz :
s.nall their in the United States !
the Globe our destinies.may in future diie? ;t (I. r sum upon landing of L. &- :M. A. ArJni tca'l co. has this day ben Drab Steel-Mixed antI Petersliam Overcoats ceunty, Florida, belonging to Lawrerxe Hill of Ncw-
sufficient probably to enable them to rei.ch sucn I 1JS-1 Y orl\, this tract of land, is about one half hammock,
steps. you clrrwitll best wishes for solved by mutual consent. AH! indc'itrd!
the
you my persons Cloth and Carnet!
Cloaks
spot as it would be proper for them to settle in, the firm wilt i and the balance of oak,and well watered with a spring
continuation of the bluings of health uiai.e payment to Fabian ArmUtcad vho
i indiviJual and your provided the choice should be made at once, and I m is alone authorized u. lose th' buaintbo. Dress, Frock Coats and Coatees, ranch running through the same : persons wishing
prosperity in all your pursuits, and tlia t I they should' start promptly(for( the place designated. Ai.'CUS A. AttMiTEAD\\ Flannel Shirts and Drawers, see the Kind, n'iIll1ply! ff> James L. Parish, Lsqr at

each one of you may on your return to your fami I 'j Super Beaver Hats and tine Cloth Caps &c. alonticello, wlio will show the same, and ror terrr,
l lies anJ If however, they should doubt in their choice, and 233w FABIAN ARMI-'J: T A:?. ,
find"them
friends in the full which will he liberal in TaUaliass! 1will
tome
enjoyment of The subscribers utier their and services apply : :
goods
dillv in the destination until their small
al! graa'i'y is given that the balcoi' l-Mincr
worldly blessings.STEAM! NU1'llE 1..1'f] the also sell the remaining lets, in the west ittWkionto
I should frittered will l he on most accommodating terms, and will a/-
be away, they subjcied by me, tu t.xke place C.1| cl Bar j Monticftllo, and give a bargain if applied for sron:
I: deal of distress themselves and I bouts ncd order! of '". irm/s make a liberal deduction for CASH.
to a great our community planaiion, was ; osliJ by ue .w'I{; Nov 2311 LfJ] TURBUTT It: BCTTON:
BOAT INSPECTORS. I perhaps, to inconvenience.Tould it not but will certainly u ke place on the II It i of Air.r h,- Tallahassee, Nov. 1st, 1833. PAtlTNLRblllP.-The
A bill has been introduced in the New York meantime lh" be ..cutcdby DISSOLUTION
plantation purchased ir
IKJ politic as well as patriotic, for some of our ] may heretofore xisting undei the firm
Legislature, by Mr. Myers, a delegate from the Western greaS application to G. W. WARD, NEW GOODS.
h land holders: either in Florida or the of Lockerntnii and Craig was dissolved by mutual consent
city. the provisions of which I 2 are designed to prevent to take measures at once to colonize these people H. A PIERSON & Co. have by laic arrivals re on the first iust. All ocrsons indebted to the late

accidents by the explosion of steam boat I upon their unsettled domains? It strikes us that lt.1At-Bu'ks l'' SUI clIl'tion ir. now;11':1 L. ceived additions to their Stock, viz :- firm are requested tit call and settle their accounts with
tr}ncrs. It i is provided that the at ihsTreaswei'sofiKC, and will be kept .ipen either of thu subscribers.
by and ) be beneficialto 1 ,
governor such'n arrangement would not only Superfine blue, black, invisible! green and claret
,
Mh the advice f fr ixty days frotO the d.lt hereof, fir Capiu EDWARD
and t.c. LOCKERMAN
consent qf the Senate shall : 1 ,
the themselves but would be netf brown Cloths black
appoint three proprietors an 'Sf ck of thc Tallahassee IlailltoRII, sub 'r.'p'wn. ,. Iii i ; superfine double millcd Cas- 22tf WILLIAM CRAIG.
l steam boit: inspectors, for each c kindness towards the brave but unfortunate : siniere fine mixed merino ditto black
fI and olive
the cities of New York and uc rcccivcJ at the abo\ place dtlJ'ill business hnlh.- ; : The sul STiber will continue to do! business on liberal
shall be- Albany, whos duly oountryincn of Kosciusko. Sure we are that the I by CHARLKJUSTi.N.: green Crape Camlets ; black Bombazine; fine blk terms and solicits a continuance of custom from the

1. To I sympathies} ol our citizens will be alive for the ex- Secretary and Treasurer to the Board of D'n-tclu-s. SilK Velvet ; fine brown and fancy coloured Drillings f friend rf the Jate firm and the public cnerally.

give directions in what manner every i ..-N. V. Enquirer.NEW. Tallahassee, February 2&IS34\ 2fFUR ; white: Marseilles Vests and Vesting, Stocks:, Jan 11, isr.4 22tfJ E1)WAItDLOCKERMAN.

steamboat hcareafter. t. be constructed for lheflnveyance NE\.YOfti.-ilie UC'1 lIl'a :- Linen Bosoms, Collars, &c. &c.

of passengers on ifie Hudson river ORLEANS, Jan 20. .\ bdir. Lucinda, lIuh ''. i February 14th, f34. [27tl] JOHN J. ADAMS ,

hall be built: ,so as most effectually to guard against Two free negroes; named Louis Lene and Sa- I master, w ill have quick despatch!! force -I Il" k i zr (lTTOR.\'EY .
Accidents by bunting of boilers on board of said non. obtained permission from the Mayor, a frw ,, : .eight, or passage, hivinjr a'0od accommodation 41li l lm 14i Il'By HAS renwnd from Quincy to Appaiachicoli Bay.
Ueamhoats: : vii 1 lie ft* hire writs of Fieri Facias tome de will regularly atteinl the Courts held at the
days ago, to give a Ball for Free Persons of Color.. :, apply to KERn & STURGES.St. I shall 1 1 Marianna
o.-f' \ expose at public sale bc'brc tlic | Bay, at Cluincy ; anti the annual term
.'*)ard of lUspcrt all boilers intended lo l he used on The BtllLOok place on Saturday evening I last, in ___ Marks, February 22.1 1J34. 252\v d'.i iof the Court Hnuoe on the 18th day of March] of the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee. Letters addressed -

placed said steamboats previous. lo their being one of the buildings belonging to the Nuns, situa 4 mTlMSTKATOJl'S NOT'ICE.-All pcr"oii s ivxr, all the right, title, claim and interest of'rhomaT. ? to him, postpaid, will bo attended ttt

1 on board of said !>oals : ted on the Levee, between Bayou and Ursuluie j having claims against the estate of Tuumas Heir Wilison, iu and to a Mill house, and a Steam l\Iill] February, 1834. [26tf]

To examine as to the competency and qnalifi- sts. During the night, a quarrel arose in the vicinity i. deceased arc required to rrc:cnt them Julyllthcn. I- Machinery, Hollers, Bricks Timber, and n few Toot ,'FlE Subscribers inform their friends and

caUon of the engineers who arc now or may here of the house, perhaps in the ball room, between catep wiihiu :he liiuu prf-cn'-pd by law, or they will II and other property, that may be on the premises which the
that have
after be employed on board said boa Is. several whose names arc not known II he forever barred : those indebted to !the sjsd 1 estate L Thomas T. Willison had any title to ; they will te: public, they formed a mercantile -

4. To examine once every two months, during' in the course of persons which a sailor was stabbed in several ; ure requested to make pavmcnt to T. 1.. BE 1 TON, sold to satisfy said judgments, in favour of Thomas, copartnership, under the firm of
t u as'lo &
navigation the and wounded This
state conjauonofthe places and dangerously was -
; 1'1eEAt: li.uin:; Willisow : Sale will commence at 11 o'clock, A. N .
[ NU
Itoilersand machinery of every steai i-: no sooner rumored in the neighboring Caharetsthan EA'tiCUTOlt'b the csMtc of George penol1)s O thress precisely THOS. E. RANDOLPH, 111. They have on hand, and are now opening adjoining

and atllntsliall hereafter navigale the Hudson r river the sailors: repaired in a body to the hall room: late of Jackson deceased, are requested> to Feb. 15, ((27lds) By A. A. FISHER, tl m. i the post office, a general assortment of Dry

tue whenever an explosion from the bursting of armed with axes, knives, and every other weapon them duly county authenticated within the time prescribed Aik rriMK/s/ Hardware & groceries, all of which they

> .boiler, or from other causes, shall take place they could immediately procure, with the declared present by law or they will be forc'er barred ; thos.elldel .' N JTICE.-For REoVT OR SALE the, will sell low for CASH, purchasers are invited te

said on.ard of any steamboat, it shall be the duty ol intention of killing the whole party. Fortunately >Lcd to sajd estate are requested to make itnmeNO.C.POYTIIKESS t M4RLtNN4 HOTEL. call and examine for themselves.

Ul pcclors to examine minutely into the causes a gentleman who had gone iu quest of( diate payment J ) r- ALEX. FORMY DUVAL,

Ureof,and publish the same. some servants who were supposed to be at the ball 2J8w _J\MtSW.EXUM: S ; At present occupied WILLIAM by .MRS.: BEE.)1.for conditions Fch. 8, (263w) CANADA ROUSE.
Tlic apply to A. M'KENZIE
inspectors to receive each five dollars /few word of to the sailors;i wh,ordered -
day. for per addressed a reason ; OTlUE.-Tiiose jiersona lrcupl.ints! Alt'y. in fact for John 1'. Barr. r EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
everyday necesarilv spool in the eHamination and they" desisted from making the attack. He seeds, vines &c. from thc.1.mne.m Botanic Ga r- Marianna. Florida, Feb. 15ti! 1831. 271.T(1'ICE.ix persons indebted to the estate of William H.

theowne-o> of steam boat machinery to be paid 1 by secured all the avenues leading to and from the dl n' through this agency previous to the First of November : weeks after date ALL dec'd. are requested to make immediate

the boal and for the examination house and then went for the Guard, a detachmentol I last, are notified that they arc received and \ apphcmon11
(if each the warehouse of J.' be made by the subscriber to honor.blc c payment: Those having claims 'against the said estate -
d.1 1 can( ilate for the station of engineer, five I which with, Lt. Harper at their Head, soon : will subscriber be delivered who on has application just received at a consignment' of) jud e of the County Court of Gadsdcn County for arc required to present them to me without delay

flrs,,to he paid by such candidate oil receiving arrived, when seventy five of the ball gentry were the seeds, of which I '\.cre imported letters of Administration on the estate of Sherod M'- ; and are hereby notified, that unless said claimsarc
; I effected their fresh garden many fro.t late of said deceased. presented within two from this date, they
catc.-l\lo11tgomery Ad'.erti r.I arrrested, many having escape.- the present winter. Also a splendid Cal county years
; Of those arrested, two thirds proved to be slaves, mentof double dahlias comprising 44 different vines at Fturlar 15, ((27tf.) WILLIAM B. McCALL.. will be forever barred.

f'It has been movej} ln the House of Hepresentaim' : although the permission for the ball was granted from 25-100 to 7 -100 each. A. CRANE, Jgent. !JTlCli is hereby given that 1 shall! apply to the:: Feb. 8, 1834. [(268wl] JOHN J. ADAMS, Ex'r.XECUTOR'S .

uf Wassa husells to alter their mqde of: with the express understanding that none were to February 22d 1834. '->&;{w Judge of the County Court, fur the County :>f NO'flCE.-AH persons bavin.
_
c oosmg Gadsden, fur weeks from the date for leave I to .I4 claims against the estate of Hardy Vick rs, late
members of Congress by a majorIty offten be allowed to attend it but free persons of color.Thus Y. DH. CUMFOHT, rcs-pecttully hereof
levoks DEN'1'l)1'll sell a of Lund, belonging to of John of Leol1count.ydeco:1Scdare required them
of Talllahastee tr.lcl present
and
loa and
-
mere pluralitY a8 districts are but for; the interference of a calm resolute ladies gentlemen estate
,
<*f many Collins, JONA. ROBINSON, Ex'r.Fob. duly authenticated within the time prescribed by law
ta'nrepresenled by their internal divisions, a man, fifty slaves, at least, might have becomethe and its vicinity, that he may now be found at deceasclJ 27tf. or they will be forever barred-those indebted to the

ft tad. of the' vote"s not being able, in many victims ol the infuriated sailors ; and this to Brown's Hotel, where he will tender them his professional estate are requested to make immediate payment.

the Vli to he obtained, Mr. Adams, in an addrets to satisfy the cupidity two free negroes, who in services in all its .various branches, viz:- NOTICE !-All persons having demands against SARAH VICKERS, )
people ] Porcelain Teeth, single or ui sets, on gold plate, so of John Lines, dec'd., late of Gadsden
,forcibly urges the measure. obtaining the permit for the ball must have deceived as to avoid detection, and JAS. J. VICKERS, >) Executors.
false of its closely resembling nature County. are hereby required to present them legally 228w 'VM. 'V. IlAnr. }
I the Mayor by representations in such a manner as not to give the least possible authenticated, on or before the first day of May next, -
\'eror reference the communication of the GoPennsylvania ; purpose. It is to !he hoped these two fellows s rill! pain-It i is now wehlcstbIi3hedt11atP0TcutTd1 Lh tar purpose of receiving their respective dividends. ROCERIES.-The subscriber just returned

1'a S. & M.of{ respecting the failure of be punished as they deserve,and that they will are decidedly superior to all other artificial teeth, being Feb.j 15, (27tf.) JONA. ROBINSON, Ad'm. from \'. O. with the following articles in hislin. ,

ht tI" Allen & Co. to make good their contract hereafter be deprived of the privilege of giving unalterable by the effect of acids, or any corroding 50 Barrels of Flour: 20 bbls wliskey10 barre:

1'.r loan of the Slate, we are requested by those balls even for free people of color, as they may again substance. Bein supplied .with a choice assortment I TWENTY DOLLARS RE\V AkD.-Ran.way New Orleans Rum : 5 bbls Jamaica rum : 20 kegs but-
fltleman to the ot being assassinated. materials 1 Dr. COMFORT is prepared for' the management : in October last, a negro fellow trr : 20 do.lard : 10 boxes cod fish: 20 sperm candles r
say, that they have-paid( two millions expose our slaves to danger named ELICK 21 of about six fe
tlree hundred all cases which may"be presented I-Ic years age, thigh 20 bbls. mackurel: 20 do. potatoes: 10 do. Orleans
"as for thousand dollars of the loan, which Courier. will itOu n ladies at their residences, and attendto I stout built, of a dark ctmplexion, large eyes, molasses.
three
. Quested millions of dollars ;-Uial they re- calU in any part of the country. ami rather a sulky countenance when spoken to. iLSO.-Pine Apple Cheese, Pepper, Chocolate
I tht[ permission to delay the payment due on A (AltU.HAtILUf Who was seen two weeks ago.12 or 15 miles, from Tea in Caddies, Raisir.s, Almonds, Cognac Brandy

_" I dollar 15th last. of one hundred and fifty thousand V. SNELL FOR NE>V YORK.-The coppered ; Tallahassee, near the Micosuky lake, where has ni Holland Gin, Tongues & Sounds, Tobacco, Loot_&,
r *, until the I copper fastened brigSuagueiotina, been loitering ever since he left me. Any person New Orleans
doubt Soap Oil
and sugar Sperm Shot
market the rate of FLWill Pojroer
money T LAW TM.LUUSSBS, will sail in few 'j
lTTORXEY. Wilson, a days. him in i
CapL W10 apprehend lodge some jail, nails cinnamon "
inge
'lit on England should be more favorable him With mdi> may hi nutmegs, eianberries, and pipeS
Uiat ; attend to business confided ** having good accommodations or deliver him me on lake, Florida, shallbe
the Governor tf _-- For freight or passage t te All of which he will dispose of nl very lOW pecs.
isT
.
did not feel 1 himself author-
m4 2fd unctUAlity- Dec.2ht. the the above G. H. HOLLAND.
Robert paid
Ira t try an AS. D. WES apply to Lyon, or captainon rewan R. U.'BElt Y. '.
any such and hence the N CHAlltES and
nuni delay ; comcabon RefeCC9B board. 281\. January ) 246w January 11th 1834 reJ
to the. gislature.-N.! Y. Amer. COTT Jr., Eiq lres. I







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t 'PROCEEDINGS>> OF-THE LEGISTLAURK A Li1lftt tW ".AD act to:repeal aa ad ,entitled a_ 111I&......at ita"eatruee rWirci the ICI ca tud tt*of r this.subject*' .. .

t I act, to aimed an act, to provide for the laying oat the or ittti..to deepen it, the practicability and importance, of Which was lead'and agreed to f by ltd Uocsfe *' v" '
School Lands &t this 4'enitory"-wbich was rcad- ordered been repeatodJy ured, has been the subject
committee had undet .
" S.fTURDAY, FEBRU.RY 8:1, lS 4. memorials Grand 1 Jones, The same re ctResolution
for a second reading on Wednesday next, and 17 to Co gres5t of presentments by them to
i instructing inquire into
I' The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum copies are ordered to oe written. and has fonnedllhe basis of a leper, recommending Its law for the benefit of ei
being present. the journal ef yesterday's proceedings was Mr. BLOUHT presented the petition of the Trusteesof : i improTement from an Engineer of high rank; and whereas cy of passing Also a law Executors Secur 1iet :A.S
a requiring : .
I cases. to
read. the Pensocola Academy, in relation to the school lands since this recommendation the deepening the entrances I of their gt v e & ,

Mr. GREEK, pursuant to previous notice, asked and 1 in Escambia County-which was referred to the committee to other harb.urs has been prosecuted in many instances I for the faithful the perfoiwance distribution of the duties. And a o.lJ

obtained leave to introduce the following Bills :-A bill, on School and Colleges.Mr. on the coast of the great inland seas of our Country with! law regulating estates of iUSoh

entitled MAn act amendatory of the Charter of the Merchants i WARD presented the petition of E. K. Freeman: such entire success, as to leave no room to doubt that a debtors ; and beg leave Session to Report, that legislation au '

& Planter's Bank of Magnolia,"-which was read I which was referred to the committee on Finance. result equally satisfactory would follow operations, judiciously subjects at the present is deemed tIrxY ) !I .'

and ordered for a second reading on Wednesday next. Mr. RoBi5so.x presented a Resolution, which was: read conducted, to deepen the Bar at St. Augustine., and pray to be discharged from further considera +

A bill, entitled M An Act for the relief of Benj. Byrd and laid on the table until Monday.Mr. And whereas, if the improvement and security of Lakenavigation the subjects referred. i

and Robert Larkins,"-which was read and ordered for a WARD offered the following Resolutions : warrant the expenditnre of the public treasure, Which was read and agreed to by the Hou_*e.

, second reading Wednesday next. Resulted, That the Judiciary Committee be instructed j the reasons cannot be conjectured, on which the neces-. The same committee! have had under! considerate I

,. A bill, entitled Io act to provide for the election .fif to inquire into the propriety of enacting, that the official I j Uary! appropriations would be withheld from this more m> Resolution, instructing them to inquire as to the expediency .

!t Governor by the people of this Territo':J"-which was certificates of Notaries Public, shall be prima facie evidence :! portanl object at St. Augustine, a position which vessels of amending or repealing the act redialing! usu:

j t read Ordered for a second reading on Wednesday next, in the Courts of this Territory of the fact therein I j sailing southwardly can conveniently reach, it being with- rest ; and beg leave to report, that as the subject lj co,r

and 17 copies were ordered to be written.Mr. contained ; and if deemed proper, report a bill therefor. !j|t iu a short distance of the tides of the great St. Johns, ic : before a special committee tlis! House upon a COcJ.communication .

t WARD, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained Revolted, That the Judrffcry Committee be instructed :? not far from the Gulf Straam, and near also to the path from the Governor of the Terntor y-far.

leave to introduce the following Bills: to inquire into the expediency of modifying the 46th sec- ]j pursued in its transit from west to east-of the commercei ther consideration from this committee is unnecessary

A bill, entitled An act for the relief of John A- Craig" U9D: of an act relating to Crimes and misdemeanors" j i I 'countries yielding the most valuable products ; a position and they pray to be discharged therefrom. "

I 1 1 -which was read and referred to tkc committee on Passed 6th Feb. 1832-which were read, ;the rule being !I r in short peculiar and striking, whether, consideredwith Which was read and agreed to by the Hoase.

. Claims. waived,) put en their passage and adopted.Mr. reference to health, or to the wants of our naval and The same committee! have hid under consideration, the.

[ j Also, a bill, to be entitled I' An act respecting County CHANDLER offered the following Resolution : I commercial interests. Resolutions instructing them to inquire into tae prop e.

- I Courts"-which was read and referred to the committee Retired, That the committee on Finance be instructedto Be it therefore Resolved, That the Legislative Council ty of enacting that, the official I certificate of S'otariej
1
{ I. on the Judiciary. inquire into the expediency of laying a tax on all foreign of the Territory of Florida, considering this improvement : Public, shall be rRiMv FACIE evidence in the Courts of
I
1 Mr. BLOUNT, pursuant to previous notice, asked and vessels engaged in the Fisheries on the Florida i of paramount importance, not only to the inhabitants otIr '; this Territory of the facts certlfit.rfnd also, as to ti3

: f\ obtained leave to introduce a bill, entitled An act to Coast, and to report by bill or otherwise-which was read. Ir this, Territory, but also highly desrable as regards the se- propriety of modifying the 4 tun section of the act relating

amend the act incorporating the Trustees of tie Pensa- (the rule being waived,) put on its passage, and adoptedMr. : rarity and protection; which it raft;ht afford in time of war to crvnes! and misdemeanors-pa.-2 :d 6lh Feb. 1932+

1 cola Academy-paaaed Feb. 10th, 1S31"which was BLOUNT pursuant *.o previous notice asked and obtained I Uo I our armed and merchant vessels, stationed or employ- and Report, that they believe legislation on these subjcc '

I'. read and referred to the committee on Schools and Col- leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled an act supplemental t Jed on that coast, do request that our Delegate lay the J at the ?resent time to be inexpedient and pray to be di,..
legea"I I I to the several acts, in corporating the Bank of,i subject before Congress, and solicit from the munificence charged from their further consideration.

,J*.. Also a bill!, to be entitled An act 'f. t incorporate the. Pensacola"-which was read the first and second time, (j I of that body, such appropriations as may be necessary to i j Whieh was read and agreed to by the House.

<:i Florida, Alabama and Georgia Rail rtoad Company" (the rule being waived,for that purpose,) and made an or- ,, accomplish the object. }j Mr. SMITH from the Judiciary committee, to whom

.J|t f which was read and referred to tte} committee on Internal : der of the day for to day. I I Be it further resolved, That the foregoing preamble and !'was referred a bill, to be entitled \n act yes ectino

:3 l tl Improvements. Mr. Riz from the Committee on Claims, made the following resolutions, be duly certified by the President and Clerk; !|( County Courts"Reported that any alteration ia the ex!

,.; A bill, to be entitled ..An act to establish a Board o f, report : of this House, and forwarded forthwith to our Delegate; i,trop laws regulating the County Courts i:? at this time

:\,w.. Wardens for the Port l'ensacola"-wbich was read and Tbe committee on Claims, to whom was referred the j i in Congress. I inexpedient ; which on motion of Mr. Ward, is laid 03

,j (t ordered for a second reading on Wednesday next. petition of Jehnathan Thigpin, with exhibits, ask leave to> t!;j Which wa* again read and adopted. :j the t table.

,M;!t :; Alse a bill, to be entitled An act to amend an act tjlr make the following REPORT : I j A bill to be entitled .c An act to incorporate the St. Augustine I' Mr. G..UTiEr. from the Judiciary committee, to who m

r* incorporate the city of Pensacola-passed Feb. 9h" That they have investigated the claim of the said John j' Athenaeum," was read the second and third limes, :' the same had been referred-reported without amen

..1' 1833, and approved Feb. 15th, 1833"-which was read i athan Thigpin, and are of opinion that the claim is just, I! (the rule being waived,) and passed-ordered that the ti. ( : '

': and ordered for a second reading on Wednesday next and ought to be allowed. |,; tie be as aforesaid. ,;J crest

,,* ': Mr. S nTH, pursuant to previous notice, asked and They therefore ask leave to report. a bill for his relief. :i A bill to be entitled An act to incorporate 1 the TallaI -.i:.it j itoryto< an act conccrninj" Executions"-which were or.;
obtained! leave to introduce the following Bills ; Respectfully submitted, i'I basses Jockey Club for the improvement of the breed of t dered: for a second reading on to-morrow, and 17 comes

i- A bill, to be entitled An act to provide for the estab- JAMES RIZ, Chairman. ;i'I h&raea,'* was recommitted to a committee of the whole- i f of each are ordered to he written.

,;' : lishment and maintenance of a Free School in the city Which was read and agreed to. j I Mr. Bulloch therefrom reported saint bill amended which 'I )Ir. FORBES presented a Preamble and Resolution
,
, of St. Augustine"-which was read and referred to the I A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of Johnathan was agreed to by the House-the said bill was read the \ which was read, and laid on the table until to.morro,,.

1;', committee on Schools and Colleges. Thigpin-was read a first and second time, and ordered 1 ., third time, and put upon its final passage.The yeas and : A bill entitled "An act for the relief of Jonathan

Also a bill, entitled "An act to incorporate the St. for. a third reading for Monday next. ,'.: nays eJ1r.Piesideut called by Messrs. Bird and Gautier, were yeas ;i Thigpin" was read the third time and passed-Ordered

Augustine Athenaeum"-which was read and the rule Mr. CHANDLER from the Committee on Finance, made 3lessrs.131ountBulloch, Chandler,Forbes, f that the title be as atorcsaiJ.
being waived, made the order of the day for a second., the REPORT Gautier Green Ktrkiand Piiest Riz Robinson I Mr. ROH
; .. following : Mooring, ;: \so\, on Saturd.iv l last, offered the following
(
reading on -day. I The Committee on Finance, to whom was referred the 2'I and Ward, 13-Xays, Messrs. Bird, M'Kinnon, and 1 1 Resolution, to Wit .

Also a bill, entitled An act to amend an act to incor-I resolution of Mr. WARD, instructing them to enquire ;(; Smith, 3-So the :ai-J uill is passed-ordered that the ti- Resolved, That the Legislative Council o f the Teni-

i' porate the Protestant Episcopal congregation in I into the expediency of completin the erection of the Cap- 'tic I be An act to incorporate the Tallahassee and QuinCY lory of Florida, adjourn sine die on Saturday the 15th

t of St. 'ugustine"-which was read the first and second I itol"-have had the same: under consideration, and beg Jocky Clubs for the improvement uf the breed of hnr2 Feb. inst., and that tbe three days allowed by a Resolution
4 J times (the rules of the House being waived for that pur leave to submit the accompanying bill in relation to th : ses." of yesterday for' Standing Committees to introduce

pose) and ordered for a third leading Monday: next. subject matter referred, and pray to be discharged, ice. j i Mr. WARD presented a communication from .Jesse II. I bills, end on Wednesday: neit. Which was again read
"I Also a bill, entitled "An act te alter and fix perma- EDWARD CHANDLER, Chairman 1: Willis and Ben. Chairl1ich: was referred to the Com- and adof' ed.
nently the Sessions of the Superior Court in and for the Which read and : mitte Finance.
, was agreed to. j i on t A bill, entitled i{ An act to alter ond fix permanently
i
J District of East I-lorida"-wbich was read the first and A bill to be entitled An act to provide for the completion I I The Houae;: then adjourned, until monday next, at 12 the sessions of the Superior Court in and for the District
G second times, (the rule of the House Being> fer that purPose of the Capitol" was read-ordered for a second i i o'clock. I of East Florida," was read the third time and pl3scdI

f. waived) and ordered to be engrossed for a third reading reading on Wednesday next, and 17 copies were orderedto I r \10.\"D.lr, FEB IQth, 153-1. I Ordered that th-i title ue as aforesaid.A -

t: Also on Monday a bill, entitled next. An act in addition to The several :be\ .written.WARD, from the select committee, to whom was I IIr. The House met pursuant: to adjournment, a quorum I bill in, to certain be entitled ;"An' act giving a Lien te Mechanics
and
t W acts, regulating Judicial proceedings"-which was read i' referred the petition of John Roberts, reported a bill to 1 I being present, the journal of Saturday's proceedings '".a:5 :,I order of the day for cases to-morrow.was postponed made: lira

G' and referred to the Judiciary Committee. j j 1 be entitled "An act for the relief of John Roberto,"- read. j i i A bill to frauds in Banks
suppress and
was
l Also a bill, entitled An act in relation to he act of which read and I I Mr. President laid before the House a communication postponed
was: ordered for a second reading on :j ,made an order of the day for to-morrow.
1838, the of SL from his Excellency the Governor follows wit I
incorporating city Augustine"-which : Tuesday next. as to : i A bill entitled .* An
; act in addition to, and
amendalory
'. was read a first and second time, (the rule ef the House Mr. BLot;.T from the select Committee, to whom was iEXECUTIJ'E \ of the Charter of the Central Bank of Florida -
, for than purpose being waived, and made the order of the OFFICE, ? j' was
)
referred the
of Maria Ursula Caro
petition reported a read
second
day for a third February 10th, 1S34. J I tno time : the House eat into committee
reading on Tuesday next. bill to be entitled An act to di'orceIaril Ursula Caro j thereon-Mr. Green therefrom
)Ir. SMITH asked and obtained leave (the rule .f the j I To the President the Council I I. reported progress, ana
I from her husband Juan E. Savalle,"-which was read j, j j of Legislative : asked leave, to sit again which
House j ; was: agreed to the
by
being-waived for that ) to introduce the I ;
and
purpose ordered for second J
a reading on Tuesday next. !
House.
jw following BilU: ; Sir- I beg leave to withdraw the account trays .
" I Mr. CHANDLER, from the select committee, to whom j jI mitted the !' A bill, entitled! An in r
I | by me to addition
: A bill to be entitled An act to facilitate the Legislative Council, for services yen .. act to the act concerning <
of landb"-which was lead and referred to the committee draining I was referred the claims of James J. Board, and Darrius I;j i ,dered by Mr. Vass in the Executive Office some time Wills, Letters Testamentary and Letters of Adorinis- !

:1 i on Agriculture.Also Clapp, made the full.>wing :I I :since. I feel my own honour too much involved in the: 'tration, and the duties of Exec Administrators and i

: a bill, entitled An act regulating Writs of Er- The REPORT : I j j.settlement! of this just claim, to send Mr. Vass to Conc Guardians, was postponed until tomorrow.a .
Select Committee whom referred the ,
;, rcr and Appeals to the Courts of Appeals in this Tarritory" to was accounts [,! ; -'s: for his compensation : The delay already has been bill, entitled "An act t,} amend the Revenue Lavr-
of Darius
-which was read and referred to the Clapp and James J. Board against the ,}, great, and I will pal the claim, as the individual who em-( 1 passed 10th Feb. 1S32: ," was read: the second time, and
I committee.Mr. Judiciary Territory of Florida, beg leave to report that they hay ,ployed him, although it .*. is for the public interest and 'ma e the order of the day for Wednesday.A .
I f bestowed due attention' said claims and the !
upon : ce r' :
GAUTIER asked and obtained leave : service. 1 am respectfully! lour obedient servant, : resolution heretofore introduced by Mr. BulJoch,
I pursuant topretious tificatcs attached them
;: to and are of opinion that the.' :
i i WM. was on his motion laid the table.!
notice P. DUVAL. on
to introduce I,
a bill, to be entitled "An t
amounts charged of due and should be j
jj act to incorporate Franklin are right Iacid.i -I i Which was rend: an-1 E referred to a Sclett committee j _1 bill, entitled An act supplemental to the several
in Jnckson
Academy iti
coun- tb these views have for the relief
bill
t*' tJ"-which was read and laid on the table. of said James J. they Board prepared a j; }Ie sr3. Ward, Dupont and Smith wore .sPl related. |i! ;acts incorporating the Bank of Pensacola," was read the
and Darius which is her
Also a bill, to be entitled "An act to amend an act incorporating witn respectfully submitted. Clapp, e"j I Mr. GREEN, from the committee to whom was referred (, third time and pJ.s.5ed-Ordercd that the title be as afore-

the Town of arianna"-wbich was read a i j: the petition of Wm. Mo: t'rd, ported a bill, entitled i r! saids .
ED. :
first md second time, (the rule of the House being for that t :'I Which was read and CHANDLER to. Chairman.: |!;: An act for the relief of William: Momford"-which w a I i ij Mr. BLOt:NT offered the following Resolution, to wit:
agreed
waived j j: read and ordered for a second reading I: Resolved, That the Governor be authorised
and on to-morrow.
I,i purpose ) ordered for a third reading on Tues I A bill entled "An act for the relief of James J. Board j, to employ
(: Mr. PRIEST the Presentments one of the clerks of this House
t:' day next. and Darius presented of the Grand during the remainder of
;'i!| Also a bill, to be entitled "An act concerning Wash Clapp, was read, and ordered for a second;* ,Jury of Columbia and Alanhua counties-which was referred the Session in the Executive Office. Which was read-
reading
i on monday next.
.' ington which to a Select Messrs. Ward, Priest; and Bulloch | '.he rule being waived-put on its and
county, was read and laid on the table. The Resolution heretofore offered :Mr.: BIRD passage adopted.
' by was,
: Mr. GAUTIER asked and I were appointed. I Mr. SMITH from the select committee, to whom was
obtained
leave, (the rule of on his motion, postponed and made the order of the
;;;. the House being waived for that purpose) to introduce, for Thursday next. day I Mr. WARD presented a Preamble and Resolution, J j| referred a bill, entitled An act for the relief of Douglas
,
without previous notice, a bill to be entitled "An act to A bill entitled An act to provide for the I which were read arid laid on the table. i Dummett, report the same to the House without amend- .

dissolve the marriage contract between Martha M. Potter of the seat of Justice of Walton permanentlocation and : Mr. CHANDLER from the committee on Finance, to !!; inert ; which was read the second time, and ordered fora
County, to '
;
and Turner Porter" which whorr. was referred the petition of Charles !i i third reading on to-morrow.
Trippe,
was read a first and second r e
: repeal a certain act therein mentioned read '
!
wcs
time, (the rule of the House being for that purpose and third time, (the rule being waived,) and passed a second ; ported a bill, to be entitled "An act for the relief of-|! Mr. President laid before the Council the folioing

waived) and ordered for a third reading Wednesday ordered that the title be as before stated. t Charles Tllppe"-which was read and ordered for a second ] communication from his Excellency the Governor, to wit:
[ leading on to-morrow.
next.Mr. A bill to be entitled An act to the College 1 }
CHANDLER: pursuant to previous notice, asked and! of Pensacola," was read a second incorporate and third time-, I!| Mr. BLOUNT from the committee on Enrolled Bills, reported EXECUTIVE OFFICE, }
TALLAHASSEE
obtained j as Enrolled February 10th 1334.
leave :
to introduce the Bills correctly : ,
following : the rule
( waived acid
being ordered that the title
,)
passed"-
A bill, entitled An act constituting a Board of War- be as before stated. I An act fur the relief l of Shannon & BallaghI' ." lIon. JouARRES,
dens for the Port I I "An act to authorize Sheriffs President of the Legislative Council
of West" and Clerks of :
Key which
was read and oT- A bill to be entitled An act directing the mode of i in- Superiorand
dered for a second I County Courts to appoint deputies. Sir-I return rejected bill "
reading Wednesday next. stunting suits against read second a entitled An act to
corporations,
was
a '
Also a bill, entitled "An act fer the relief of Richard 1 time,-the House went into Committee thereon,- \1 r. j I I An act declaring Juniper creek, in the county of Es- incorporate a Bank in the county of Jackson. I consider

V. Cussans"-which was read and orderea for a second i Forbes therefrom, reported the bill amended which | cambia, a navigable stream." it not improper, on this occasion, to attract the notice
,- was
reading '. "An act to establish a I'crrYcross the South of the Council to the of
Wednesday next. of course Legislation in this Territory
agreed to by the House, (the rule being waived,} the said' : prong
Also a bill, entitled An act ic addition to the act incorporating bill was read a third time and passed--ordered that the title J j Black creek, in Duval county." in regard to BANKS.

the Lafayette Salt Company at Key West" be as before'stated.n i An act to dissolve the marriage contract between In 1825, I rejected a bill, entitled An act to incorporate -

which was read and ordered for a second reading a Mr. WARD offered the following Preamble and Resolution i, Henry D. Stone and Sarah N. Stone." a Bank in the city of St. Augustine:" And also a

Wednesday next. on yesterday, to wit : !. '* An act to amend an act, entitled 'an act to regulate bill, entitled 'k An act to incorporate a Bank in the city ol

Also a bill, entitled An act to provide for the appoint WHEREAS, the growing importance of the Port of Jacksonville ; the Foreclosure of :Mortgages by the Courts of Common Pensacola." The Council by a vote of 6 to 3, passedthese

ment of Pilots, and to regulate'the rates of Pilotage at Key and its salubrious situation on the banks of Law of this Territory, and for other purposes." acts, after being thus rejected ; but it being considered -

West:, and for other purposes"-which was read and or St. Johns, combine to render it a place of resort for the'' 44 An act to divorce Amelia Ann Pinder and Nicholas that they were not sancti:ned by the majority

dered for a second reading on Thursday next. fortunate and worn out sailors, whose wants and: necessities un Pinder, from the bonds of matrimony. quired by the organic law, they were not regarded as valid

Alse a bill, entitled An act for certain purposes therein require more ample relief than can he afforded J; & An act to impose a tax on the proprietors or exhibitors and neither of said Banks went into opc tion.

expressed"-which was read and ordered for a second i individual. charity ; and \\ hcrcas, it should be the hnmane by ;! Territory: of Circusses of and" other Shews of amusement in the In 1S2S. I rejected a bill, entitled "An act to incorporate I
reading Tuesday Florida. the Bank of Florida "
on next. ot to be located at Tallahassee
object to foster and '
government that ad'enturOUg
AUo a bill, entitled "An act amendatory of the act to and useful class of our Popuk:tion.protect -I I An"act regulating the Pilotage of the Port of St. and to have bfMnches in different parts of the Territory.

prevent the future migration of Free Negroes and Mulattoes Be it resolved by the Governor and Legislative Coun- Marks. This was also passed by the Council, after its rejection

in this Territory"-wbicb was read, and ordered cil of Florida, That our Delegate in Congress be "An act to authorize the County Courts in this Terri but the Bank did not go into operation.In .
; for second requested tory, to appoint Inspectors of beef cattle in their 1829, the last mentioned
and anew
I a reading on Thursday next. to urge upon the attention cf Congress the propriety of' respective -,, act was repealed,
Also a bill, entitled "an act to define the Noithcrn an appropriation of five thousand dollars, for the erectionof counties. Batik incorporated, to be located in this Town, also
Boundary of Monroe county"which was read, and ordered a marine Hospital in the town of Jacksonville. !' An act in relation to rafted Lumber adrift." I to be called the Bank of Florida : This bill I also rejected,

tor a second reading on Thursday next. Which was again read and adopted. "An act" to incorporate the Tallahassee Rail Road and gave my reasons at large, but it became a law by the<

Also a bill, entitled "an act to incorporate the Marine The house again went into a Committee of the Whole ompany. requisite majority of the Council. The Bank went .inK
Railway at Key West"-which was read, and ordered for ; on a bill to incorporate the Jacksonville Rail Road Com.pany ., Mr. SMITH from the Judiciary committee, to whom the I operation, but its charter has since been purchased by a

a second reading on Thursday next. ,-Mr. Riz therefrom, reported and asked matters in said reports mentioned was referred, made the rival institution subsequently incorporated, is no}long'

Mr. MOORING from the majority, moved that the vote leave to sit again-which was agreed progress to by the House. following REPORTS : exercised, and may be considered as defunct.

on the bill to incorporate the Tallahassee Jockey Club, Mr. Riz on yesterday offered the following The Judiciary. committee, to whom was referred the The same year, "An act to incorporate the Bank off
preambleand

lost be memorial o, Edward Barnwell, praying to be admitted West Florida," was passed after d nsi
by which said bill was on yesterday, reconsidered ; resolutions, to wit : to being rejecte by
which motion prevailed ; and said bill is made an order of WHEREAS, the possession of a Harbour on the Atlantic the privileges of an American citizen, having had the the reasons for which were given in the same message'
same under consideration, have instructed me to containing those for the rejection of the Bank of Florida.In .
the day for today.Mr. coast of Florida, accessible to the largest Ships, is an ob..
BIRD asked and obtained leave (the rule being ject of public anxiety and national importance ; one in REPORT 1831, an act to incorp.rate a Bank in the city o(
waived for that to introduce without previous I which citizen of : St. Augustine, was also passed by the Council after rejection -
purpose) every our and
great That the
growing Republic by laws of this Territory the
petitioner, tho' by me, but the Bank has
Bills has interest. never gotten into opera-
notice, the following : a personal -And Whereas all the advantages an alien, may receive, hold and transfer
A bill, entitled "An act to authorize B. Hookerto conferred by depth of water, security from storms and claim the protection of our laws property, and tion.The
Suwauneo river in Hamilton and sufficient as fully as an American same year, "An act to incorporate a Bank by the
establish Ferry across are
a space presented by the harbor of St. citizen. That to shorten the within
period which he
county"-which was read, ,and ordered for a second reading Augustine ; which is also completely defended by Fort St. admitted to naturalization may be name and style of the Bank of Pensacola," was rejected
application should be made to by me, but was passed by the ThiS
Maiks requisite majority.
add from
tho
on Wednesday next : enterprises ol hostile fleets ; saving alone Congress and not to this Council. The committee, thcre- [Contained on the second pagt e.Jr

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