The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 8, 1834
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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.d'p. IA.-A for the of' :
ft Htpatica cuie
rt' wcic :
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f1: \,n-ccircd and for sale :

JIJt'JFJJ&U JI' .Complaint8' : applicantS! that h.ve heretofore jj flAfltIM4N :i WH'S .BO'l'Jl

obtaining the-j, can now be 5UPdISlPt. .
t1 f,8. MlD"d.- to ON the. "Augustine West &ode of the Catoi square, bcureQ
$ and Pensacola
, e
be seen at the Planter Hotel 0 ._ .' see, FtojcJ This establishment Streets TalJaba3-
(to which
4 r'r TFrk the4thnf Arfh 1c9w -I has thf subscriber
r removed) is
nowOpt'D for the
-i: public entertainment. purpose of
NOUS 'AJRE. f7th; r hS3. 4(0 THOMAS !
J' h.1 taken the L"'NYEIIS'' dOYEL, I BR"f.IN .
f' : b6C11Ulr informing his friends m'\l wnuG I kW tLttiii u.Ar.iijv.vf.-i
;unity ff W'WLllcmtG 'u" gui-:
this orror :criber has
h' just received by Aoterici
their ship
111' OUSL 'Ia be open for re- New irCJm
'J,11 that York a
V'CO LG complete assortment o:fresh
a ,1141 sht rut.he 15t of March 183-1. M. MOORE. RAO EADA M. _- '. me Drugs and Medicine.. also .nafnt. .. .if._;. ard_,_ *'na_ .
\, "plll/lOI vs f A DillNlSTKATOR'. KOflCE. AH -U- I dye !tuffs patent medicine. perfumery Laria
t' -URGERY, fcic,-Doctor w. IV. THEODoRE } having claims person etc- etc. 'ns ir.strumcnts -
against the P. comprising
himself LAPORTE. \ estate of Thomas Heir Henry Yongi syrup, SZlJ1IaNwla
ext. DcHadona ,
respectfUllY RAOoN i deceaswl.are required to ext. cicuLa, extract :
1 I'.fDDEi ADA .M present duly anther-ii- qumQe
\ : and its vicinity, as a prac- catep tihin the time prucribcd law Attorney fy Counsellor at law ; iron, sal rtis,digitaiss! corrosive sublimate, piusstzt
Vs or they will ,tal"1" th
-rei .
be mmera'
t Vhnu'-he- the medical profes.ion.histefl 1 'rCver barred : those icdebted QUINCY ', isinglass,iodine, k
CI'111 : THEODORE .APORTE \ to the s.id e..rate MIDDLE FLORIDA. gum trio,Henry's iriag..
;( the office formerly occupied by iii: Derr art requested to make payuenL: to 1'. R. BETTON .. 23tf. ann, sulphate morphium, musk, oil Cl'O\On. .!. lish
I 29lf Idan' and all 28'vB blue 1jit)5, I
lIe 'ent I byDrCraig. T others puti'antimoniales htllet"r.
y are ,
r r hereby
nJ more that notified .'ldll'iorm quiIIs,
mUl'Y sao
anat Jl ,
; fll' AND STATIONARY.-JUSt received ttachment .Jas been issued in the above U m1 LL1a ergot, .rerngruk seed, cephalic snuff isInJais

*. .. cases. return&.l Ie to the next m l 'G LAl\lX, and P'asters, dwaims ditto
r PPY Of New-Books Stationary of Superior COUrt for the Vitlue of tI1et: :'Il l"lcn 1. complete as&ortif panacea, Vennifuge, clninine
: Leo .
County n in the 0 l dci 's to delivered I strychnine
for t.he piano-forte1, flute, vioUn, etc.-For they arc bent Middle District of Florida, and I shaH f.XPO..c ine if nl of Fresh Drugs Mcdichespj&t recei- morphium, beens: pipes fltj.le slueds! ,
4. 1rc'usil frrll'h nppro\'cd[ credit. W. WILSON. declaration fib 'y d .equircd to appear and plead to the dor of the Court 1I0u..e on lUTth of MaShTvi \"etllrom New York and Bahimorefor salewholesale : cUPiiJg| instruments, complete with Jumps, S0:1)arh

I in said cases. 'ill the day ind retail. Country Merchants and Pnctitbners pumps, complete with metallic etc.
\ OK'S I\U'11\.o E.-All perMmsa next right, tide l rliim and interest of supplied pumps elcc rl..4J
Tliomu.* battery
. : 1J.iJ\Jf claims:w o against the estate of Anthony ,93 m 1 BALTZELLVHITE, wiiison; in and to a Miu house, and SteamIilt In the most accommodt terms. male and, glass female funnels glass stopped vials, lamp glass,
l to them duly .'lttornt'gs for Plcilttiff.. Machinery, Boilers, Rrick EDW. SEIIAS. crown lancets, uirof
14 arc requested present TfkTTTf- Tinter and a few Toos: hawk hIlls J 'M
j: :.nhcrt. asff within the time prescribed by law or given that the sale of fomler-I and other Di'joertv., tint mlY be on the remises which _M"y 29 41tf Druggist, %Jagnohia'rtrida. lent surgeons aecdles, peasants, ;..
.1. advert property : l. carmine,camel's hair ?
4.l l -:cnlc1tcd u: tc forever barred. Those indebted to the boUt S Iy plantation-1sed by me, to take place atColone) Oar-j olct Thomas to T. Willi."oll, had any title to ; they will be COM\!! .S10N RECEIVING ASDFOR\ARI 1 carmine saucers, sf| Svrcn pencils,, 8, some,waier of the colour igj,

"""r\1fI' mmested to oiakc immediate payment. but will ceria was postponed by order of the owner, I \Vestcott satisfy stud JniCnlS', hl favour of Thomas, I G HOUSE, At .'lpal cIJitoh-1e undersigned u; bfe preparations: of \Ir. GEOMB \V. very Tal-

'0. ..ytcarticii R. H. DULL, ) AdminJ ] inly take place on the 11th of March- Br )Wfl. anti 'thers, against Thomas T.Vlllison I have formed a co-partnership underlie firm of Philadelphia, (VJZ.) ,. CA.PENTZ,
meantime tu \ ? Ira
el .J 1 UN I.AMflERT \ istrators byapphcatlf! } plantation may be purchased or rented : Sale will 'OIrmence tit I II I o'd'ek A. M. Fal-j.iar V Kimbrough Ii-rthe purpose hi ran"actin: I U'I( and invigorating the sarsaparilla, pu i uying the .
In to precisely ystcm gnerat1y.!
ATillX'S"NOTICE.-Four weeks G. W. WARD THO Eo IL\'ilIJLPH 1. ce.if ral commission and reteivin and Ibrvarding Ext BUCflcc
-ifiNIST 2 'd'J. Feb. ] II agency ? for compiains' of lhe Madder
: :1J'p1ac-.auon w,1l be made to the lIon. .1 t'1Itfllf' V. O'ICnrr. ((27Ids) Bv 'L \. : tsUi'I.I business. Being pieparcd to male the wail etc. comp'tf syr. liverwort| an invalue| "remedy ureiba
daC NU
*ftcr of Leon for leave to II O'\'O.-Books' l'lt.J- lxe":1 ulvanecs on consignment to their friends n New ) I coughs. for
11.o f"r the county nL CH'L1vu tl.UHIU" ut'tu' 1 ue Ill ,'I'IIt : r- consnmr.tioi etc. cilraled kuh f lt makin the
11.In countronrl I estate of Daniil Faust late of said county Trcasurer's office, au\ will ue jhP m.1.Je by the s .'Mi'b--r to ih. honorable tlitGadsden 'ans, New Yrrk, Baltimore, Philadcljhia, Pmvileme neutral mixture. HarrOwgate salts thy celebra.cdW-_
the real j jjftf for sixty dii3 'S from the Ui'Lll judge of th8 County Curt and Boston and
& date their time
MARY FAUST hereof, br the .f County for disposed to devote Mr 'hmflton Kidder B"
Wan" SIOQ viz.
.$ed. administratrix.g4w Stock of the Talldhassre Rail ttuu4j, sUCHtCnp 1UUi wi letters of AdulII'l.itrauon 0n'iiii estdte of Sherod M'Call -- exclusively to the interest of tho&e conficirig busiiess 1 drops, sail to be a mosteen.\inaudetft'etual; kelps

be received a t the above place late of said county dec'tsedj I.) their charge, having made the nT.cs I'(01 aly for ert disorder*
ortice ol the "Comni'ssioncr I o1jC uuru1e UUIU $ hUUl1t iy arnngemfnts ry "isina from an
16s. -yiTc:-'i'l.e is at kept inv )Y C1iA41-. "kUSLtN February 15, (27lf'II..f) A'\1 n. McT \LL, to forward cottnn to Xcw Y orkor .lsc"here It\L of the blood, and humuurs ReWs B. Impure
/Jv llihftssee, present
of t T" ; : > drops. uth.
l1 de AiuhtT's offie in the Capitol. Secrdary tt 14 Treasurer to t..e lSull" III J.I&UCi..I j TOT1CE'j is her -:'y t:1\"Gf"'l I .IjiTT : TTP"Gadsden with expedition by vessels h*ht drat <0" ...it.at I naticpilla for female cOffipl.\JlltsobstrudloU8
mid Tall Iho."sO i, brul1ry 22 l ... '---h' "a &"I'Our t.l\un. I'tf :(. I .1. solJl'l.L.t Ut pu..li' hypo'hondna.
.1.casurer'S J1AL1. '1"O: o......_ .... :"LtaI.'X ty Y nif roKaco'is respecllully i c elc. 11-11"10"' piUs
J1J ? ; fur weekn from the| datetiereof. I.r I le ive lo A. H. FALCo.V.'fri. aIV.M. V'iI.Ez ? vegetables specific for
: < ;
D rtvl.tA.ll' rsol1s la.U'dl sell a trnct of Land of syphilitic: iiiWJ.. (siioii, rheumatic Linamcn, Himv
tiA uE, .email* s beJonjini: tu the estate John H. K1AIHROUGH. -
the 1'
againat cbtuic 01 Uc r 1 British anu-sreptic iu-- j__ .
oy LurCbS Collins water, aenul--t _
,'sf1LJ.CIS ..:, .f Jacks deceased. JON A. ROB.NSN, Ex'r
CARPENTER, on vwumy, deceased, aie h''i'l :tca lo Fe!,. 15th 1 1834 27tf. ptts, cambrian tooth ache rills. With other arti- 1 I
W. 1'tc.enL Uicui 6 uuy authenticated within me umo Shorter, Tttrser 4- Co., Gen. Howard,JuJge Colquitt, (l
iu1uI -. ItOBINSON, ) .tftl.ll.U by ur U1CYI&i oe brevet uiirreU tiioW pislaw : U I'1C!' !-Ail per lIl1& mug: '.e.iitids :'.amst Drs. Hoxey urqukart, P. D. Woidruff d-lumbrs.! or cash, or roved credil. K. C. LED Y A R D.ttf I

4.'I JOLfER C. WEp.nU, and "UIJ.CULUJ L h1 tauueoie rc{uu&icu to make;umau- J.'I the estate ot John Lim-s. ncc-d., late Uadsdin JsS..ll. S .r'ter Esq.-New York. Gen. R. K. Call, larJanna, A t.llf'r "6Ltl" flr..ggist.

"tOD M. ROBINSON, 1 uI4LtsatzVt1t) J.'v.\.t l'U J.nh. COUnty. are hereby required preurit ih- m legallv //' n ./. HI. IVnte-Florida. Dr. D. L. irAiJe-Gadi- FLORIDA

] ', 4* t"chng under the too,,11 J.t1r.S It. J..lJ.M authenticated, on or before the first cay of t .M-iy nex den Counly. .Ant 31.$ -** 7'fARE L.I.J1) FuR S4LL.

Bubinson, Wccdon, 4-co. .j tor the purpose icci'ivin of v'i.'ltJ.t- ( rurchascd
'j 'O" 'MISSION LLal-
1D vs IflLAM j 1.11.1 hv c peISUe.: v>no oruercdetus ticc PiCU'L>) Feb. 15, (*7'.) J: \ -r-\_ .v > ,. W : Fayettc. the ttwnu! ; ?,- land ;in Florida.gran-
; J JMerrliant \iia.(:> &.<;. lruin lue i.lmiuaa ESS, AT APAL.CHICULILCJItIDA)
\V CARPENTER, llOllIU _iai. It d 10 him by the Congress of ofleihe
r Rl.\CI .' .., wiruugii thus fii'-Lrsi'Y UOLLA. .. .. :, ..-u.tu.ua The Mibsciibors? having associated thrmse H&O eU. r United Stales,
agency previous tu tue t'nst fur safe.
:. .5INSON, lcl:., .Ure "u Umi they OJnouh J.V"CUhJcr JL from the subscriber: in UctoL-cr l List, a uetin !h"u er under the stile and film of FORD &.HARDIN I This same land is
are situated
)SO I. nOB NEONlcrchat1t&l. received and i$jw named KLI-JK 21 of ubou ix in the immediate neighbour
mJ tint! Wt11 bt Ucbveti ed on jars rrr, fie I'I1rP'translrtin a General W.iRE HOUSE aad
'. Iradlflg under the ajipiicaiion at me wareuouoc 01 hUgh, stout built of : ? hood of Tallahassee! and is be'ievnj J, tor fertility ofs..il
dark nvloxion lai-e
\ Llle bu cnucr., who a c' cyts.ind COM 11S810.Illsinen; at Apalachiccla Havin:
; :. &co. aa.just received a COU'lgl1.Ut.Ut .4 ratlu-r and local! advantages, to be more valuable than
JUBlY'O .-. a sulky when ken ,
cnununmcc for
to. several vessels
::11 01 / & taruen sc .edi, many ot wuich wuoiup...ieUi.o.iurupc Who sp-: a.ulcsuiiaol- arrangements with :my other land in the territory.
ii'e 'vsiicls *- Ule !>C eaelK wiulei. Als, was seen two weks n ;o2! or 15 miles, from he direct traviportation of Cotton, kc. either to New The Southwestern
I a bplouum O.SO. of thc thc
\V. CARPENTER.TTACH.MEM Tallahassee, near the Mi i'vjsuky hkc where has all part to\VnshlpadJo
tllCHL u1 douoli m. "ork or New Orleans and having facilities at
uaiuiiu* coi. iuu44 ; of Tallahassee
S hnv been issued from the Su.peiiarCvurt ujiie-uiit vmc doL doubt been loitering since le left city from which point to the shipping
uijjoOtaJOUcacu.. ever me. Any j-n times within their ci- to make reasonable advances
x Uit. iN po -f St. Marks distance
\ L, .JgtlIl. win port a of about miles,
4 for lh- county of Leon, in the Mid- lo. sun may appreh-nd him, hdge him in some jai. n-ion prodrcc consigned theircare and management; twenty
rurua.y2o -i. rail road is in
0 ida and the Defendant and all iOjlV .f delivei him to rue the imoia lake Florida stint a contemplation to be made, in a short
n He P trict of Fl"i othe v 1 ICi-.-4 iix weeks after date on they would rt-spenfully tender their services and so- time.
.. arf' required: to take; notice thereof and to ap- l' application wil. )paid tile above reward. (. H. HOLL \N. t. Mm a libc-nil! in the :ibov line of business.
o:jon4 vC uaje LUC patronage The
10 Juugeol ihcCwUiUy Ujurlol'i-e- navigation or the St. Marks river has been recently -
n'cji ) ilic dt"larAiion filed intho.said January 2".th 1831. 246vD1Tu'r MVimlfticval attention all
cas \
and ( .nedsjnz their personal to
1 (11 ii uuiii, for le tiers ot adminisirau un tl1 e esuut improved, to a point within six miles of the
')rdI'i' s',1 tit! :atatate GAL TZELL iiVU IrE$ 01v Jllia.ii i'ntct tard, idle 01 Sdia vJwa.iiy ueccas>ed. ctiL'RT OF UK U. SI A1Efor .. t.Lsincsscoilsigned to them, either for sale or otherwise. Southeastern part of the township, which will afford

SL FrPki'tTS! [293miiy Feb. 15ai, (27i.I U. U. *\ 1LLAI.\.u I the Middle Dislrit of Florida. navigation. for a cheap and certain transportation of

ii.isr' I frrewaru all p -r.Mns from trading lot I TN ADMIRA irv.l Their Wire Houses and Close Stores are undergoing .prod l1CC
a. I ipr"m.SoirIbte. of hand on Latinus Armistrad Dl-j ULU'1'10.'Y OF GO-P41i 1Wti1thp. Jacob J. Maibee--L-- --------------J a thorough repair, will be large and commodious, This land will be sold in parcels to suit those wishing -

Three Hnndrei and r v u 1'.\ 'IA&.1Li1L JJ 'ituacd! in a desirable of the town, and as ex-
Dollaidiifd3Ui part
. tor lIe""" nI Twenty ; : 1'uiii r\lOI.l't. e.titi' Libellant, | to j urchase, on a credit from five to eight years

D .i'ner, l-3'2! and due, on or before th tile iirta iftiZtai against )i Sur libel for Engi- enp-: from the clangers of fire as any other house, of a it reasonable prices-those wishing to purchase will

p January 1".*3 ; hearing interest from date at Eigiupt m Q i1 g The Steam Boat Baltimore, & I[ necrs wages. .imilar character, on the Point. I wake application to either of the undersigned

, cm' ,-as 'ht above note was stolen from a person J.hn JenkinClaitiiant.. WM. P. FORD, (late of Augusta, Ga.) : WILLIAM B. NU ITALL

1 ,11"11111 1 pUllt in the hinds of, f'r collection. s this cuj u. jo ktv*. It.lJl.rL:3. .ijii.t.i unviiig purchased p&JO'i It.Ii is hen oy given Icsaid j libellan', that tk EDWD. J. II \.RlJIN, IA fnlachico'.a.! ) HECTORV.BRADEN,

9'f SAMUEL J. TA YLnr.. the eiuiiu stuirtt, is aioot authoiiieU LO cLlII .1 11 decree of said Court enterd o.* the 22d day ot.iu.iuary REFERENCES.-Stewart ")?- Fontaine, S.nith 4- WILLIAM P. CRAIG.

tue debts. H.. s. .vilLLt.u, .I 1833 Mid .If rg-\n, J. S. Culhoun, .'V W. Perry, 4Co.. T. 4- M.dm I Tallahassee November 23d i833. I5tfJdP'lhe
. ..t4 Ot1NUEitY-i1, ; Feb. 15, (:ltf. P. 11. ii.iKLi-'. re;el, was on the 7th ofcpt is 4- Cu Witiltiek Gr.ei..:. d, $ Co.,--Columbus.Btgdrt I ,
. .. again stand at my stable > inbe1833, set asiti". ai.d vacated by said Court, Kneelanti Jas. //umi.fj/n 4S"u.John R ; Savannah Georgian, Charleston /te mry,

,; ', & %j in Maiianna mill will be Id t HE i Mid the ppTCiS of execution imi.-d therern quashed ; 4 Augusta Constltutionlist, Southern Recorder, Mi.lcdge-
; b Pitkp. -Nw- {ork.
undersigned the E.1'IRESLUK.
. nuJ to Mures at Twenty Dollars J.f avnig purchased ind it was ordered that saic cause be coiibidcrrd iv vilir, Georgia ; Richmond Enqmrer,and Star, Raleigh
deuts, o 4C. of it. AllLcEjt{ it Co. ot E W. Gr<.z Eig trt fy lltCthorn.Orleans..
f further y <
I) tW ; the season, which has ,. pen r proceedings and that ail issue he N. C. ; will publish the above for eight weeks and for-
: Mobile.AMI .
HI oiiiiuuo the business under his o\i. u.nue. St John 4- Leavens T. W. .UcCoY-
1t ,_ now commenced, and w.j i ironmuf i-Vb. made up, and the cause pro'(cf'd to hearing, accord"in Itf waid their accounts to this office.
J5 27t1:
( ) it. b. .\1h.LER.I to th and :. 17, 19334UCTION
of payable the Is' practice riles of miralty"andthe lX weeks dittr daur 1 will aJ-
3- : until the 1st day ; [NO3t'ick.JF Proct-.r of said Libeliani lavin deceased, the sail S apply
I : uinisiraiion
the of
dai of J"nuarv next. Lihellant notified on estate Henry dc.
. J.ihn Henry full 5 feet 21| inches high, a beautifulr wecK ailer ctl lie upi.uc.atoiiill be m.td Proctor in his stead, that, unl>ss. he const iluieanolhci ceased late of Gad:dcn county. S. F. JONES.

1 '"1'd, &c":-in his form and action may be seen a to Lhe Judge of the (.Jouniy Court of Leon Couu- elaiin and of and fl< his r'-plicotion to iIi Qnincy, Janu.-.ry 25.h 1834. 246w

j j..-$,'': tpodrl of a r\rf I'orac : his colts from thirsts .) tor leave tv sell a part of tie real es.(ue of u ilha ffice: ,of said answer Court at stio Cluii.cv Jol-i Jenkins Gadsoen in the Clerks in '," E are authorized to announce ( 'olonel JAM8

d" credit to horse ill lidllo'.c'd. JOU IS (. hALL ; county,
Marcs would -
. any
: common YY GAUSDEN candidate
Am :irlie: is S years old this spring, & was Rire1fivtiif Fet 15, ((27.f.V1L) LI AM hALL.Ad'mrs.j S -aid slay District nexi at J 10 on VcKcK fir before A. M\londiy-and the 5th day in of rHol'yof Florida in thf 't bCon lorepiesent re& of the the United ter

0I ..dt'llf.i! 1 old \l ti.k1i- J --lii, his dam by Gallat duly proceed
!} States.
Jui" Q10h.1.. -V'
i W said \Ve
I of his lj 4 rf l l gli cause : shall on the lay last intntionrd, or
f fur.hir kivwl-dio pedigrcreference I
!! : T n
, his A.1 ii) as soon ihorftaf'er as Corner] ran be heard, move said I. tLES.The subscriber having loca- TE are authorized 50 announce Maj. WILLIAM
. nay'lc iU! ,t" O" l. R II Lon:, present owner. %
Court dismiss
. fh:1\ ;.na l 1-i: itatio:i in saying that, that this Horse LATEST l 'qiHIO.As' to said lil-el With c -is. m 1.aUaha!sec, pioposes to do a gen- y W Y AT 1 a anJiddU.-.- to represent the terrijkory

\ 'J11'1 t.ttnm. In all ,he public rac s flat' d Februnry 1st, H34.J. .al trnmission business, regular sale days, Tuesday of Florida, in the 24th Congress of the United,
.pt n. .....
iVF.s-reoTiYjr > i> A.-OOIJ
J. and S lat'S. 18.
itui 50tf
[ well knov
his orderHI] are so
. THI, inanapcnK'nt ,
act. will also attend administrator andothersales
that I deem it unneccss.iry to menti 311 the pertirulars, II. A. pia usox & co. To the said Jacob J. .Jlaibee aid the to ROBERT J. HACKLEY. '.TE are authorised to announce IVJLLLi.M B.

. tisr cp, howwcr. with! Fhnddens and Ajax: was very MEKCHAM1 i-AlLOuo, _all otluis tch'-m ii may ,. tir' rnLAMttlI.u S n March u.nly.-23d 1833. 3'Jrf Y JfUTTJLL as a canrfMate to rei resent the
disfn.c tile fif-M the second heat in 3n5sv. of Florida in :
pccia'Mc M eiritory the 2411'1 U -ngnsof the Uni-
SUCCESSORS TO R. 11. WOOLLEYtf Co. '>. oAilrJKjs rit\ h.:11':111: N. B. Instruments of writinir executed win neatness -
- viihwt 1 his plates ; vp to this race J. H. had ntvtrIxn td taes. 1833 5tf
f--r the an-l! bv R. J. H..1CKLEY.Ro _
salc"\t store of despatch,
.>'jlm'! i>r ;s1Zrd. After \ Inch race he was rnauh ff OULD respectfully mlorni their c..>tonieisV genuine .
Feb. 8. 261m KKIJIt STUilGES DOCTOR J.
[ ic LDtMN
a. f i I' T'i' uMeus, Two mile:: }ie.its, for S-iOO, to l>e run Y anJ the public ge nerallv, that they 1m vcremoved N. B.-Orders] for Fnr1; Om.vtitnial Trees from -u '. .AND'STONlCN1XTlE.I STEWART

on ibe QlIIF} ouurse in April following! and received their esiabiislimei: it tu iiie store recently or fto ESPECTFULLY offers his professional services
the Nursery of I n. ti C. Landrail of I a pcrfectand lasting
,''i :jrfcit that d he c-mld h'e Phibdelphm.will : JH./ th citizens of Tallahassee and its
OIKi ; on ly run a as te olrice of th e "Fiundiau Jci'- ..' i..h o vicinity asa
occupied on be jitiond-il to hy K & S. cuie lor the Fever and Ague. For sale
rtspcfu..c: r.ii'c a ain&t any Iirs. any distance. lerwiu-sstrt-el! f four doors \ est ot' tue i'ost Ollice, .. : wholesale and retail by FLETCHER practitioner of medicine. His office is on JeffeiioQl
11 n j' :.vito mal brf re! thc day of his race he run N. T1JK.-All p'T2tis inU- lilt J to thc s>uI>!''I'l- tl : next door to Mr. Perkins' drug store.
have fresh block of :., & \VESTCOTT Dn.ggist accAJola
where they opened'their hers, >-\ :OU' lo Ihe firs : last % .
BuiM'i if 1 nvle! with a 110 pounds (in a heavy pan I pr o January air Tallahassee. N''v. 2.41: 1 I3'iIt IStfllliiN'l'
FALL AND \\ IN 1 ER liOODS, consisting ofa requ'sted to call and mike tu no inJulcllc' -: TluiiJa
of eiercisi'12 slio"> ) j in I 1m. 53" ; in a few d.1Ysnl" : payment I Mess. Fletcher .-A commodious dwelling house with
hereby appoint and
% handsome assoi uneiii )fVEbTLVGti will oe given afit-r the fir&t 01 .\larrh.Te' .
h of with very
: t.lt.rtI frc Iii U ircy he run a dash -1 miles pntsforlhesaIeof"Row- .I" four rooms, each twenty feet square, connected
c. \Vi-stcottmya
llftpiwd) (a hot day, aVmt the first cf May. (two icDI iD 'l ,' amalm i !26lJ J KF.RI1 et S TTnF.'. k k n I's Tonic Mixture" in the Territory with a large store house fronting the public square! in

liTesin: ih. 5:31'(1)), on! in 7m 58s, the other rim :s. .t1JYLJ '. V.y .11l11.LES Ll tr.U..Fur s.ilc \auia.in >r.t\.Lot iau c Jiiuituin .: ,f Florida, Eastern part of Alabama, & the town of MonticHto! :apply to E. WHITE.
In thr Dimmer f ill.iwiiig! ; he hall \'ioll'nlIHtlrk r-f the :1. 560 -''; lying near A-onticello JCtll'l'.lIJ January 18th 1S31. 23tf
t ird loose of h's tl f dress of the iwt lashiuiiable Fl'in-la beloniti Lawiciic- Hill New- West rn j I' It of Georgia ; who are ib'e to furnish _
supers, which caused him to one gentlemen's m co- county, ; to tit
|R SALE OR RENT. A tract ojlaadfourmiles
.he tid medicines all who them -
eves. In tlic fall he was again trained and letdown hours and t'Je"jZ, : York, this traci of land, is about one hah: hammock, s to may apply to on F'north orT 640 acreS
containing seventy -
.is favoumble terms as they can obtain from the pro A' LIHASSEK,
la a rvvrauTuosc and the balance oak, and well watered with a spring
g Q4 ? himself.:" Sisncd, of hich is cleared, with good buildings. Applyat
wlio are desirous to raise fine horses would branch running through the same : persons wishingto jrietor
Claret Brown "JNO R. RU AND." this office, or to FRANCIS GERRARDIN,
fli.. wfli, tn) patr-.iiize him J \ '.. LS J. PI "'MAN. Superfi'ie' Blue, I ISti1tej 1. ue sec the land, will apply to Jarncs L. Parish, Ksqr atlomiceil. Tallahassee 11th 1834 22tf
H black I '" Olive Urecii "Phila.lp.lphia, O-t 24th 1833. 2ltfLOUK January
_Mar.: ntu. \J .:r1 1st \l34. 20tfVOT \ .", who will ho\v the same! aid lor terms, --

) -!; -.F i OKEL osuih OF 10R 1' InvisiblcGreen u Steel-Mixed, whiih will be liberal, apply t.. tue III Tallahassee : 1 HiillE !-JUS!' LOOK. AT THIS !- 'J'!I
., Adalaide I :* Didt &c. will also sc-ll the lots in theest additiont #/ ,
llGL-Al* l p rs-'ins imcr- e I will take notice that remaining new store in Quincy has againjust received ,
tin "Ciiitrdl '(TJt.ireHn! and give a harjjaiu if applit-d for soon: the schooner Fletcher from N.
Bulk cf Florida, inte.id to institute j i' llJ m Il j per Galaxy, capt. ,

SHJI UpoJIII certain, inoitgage made and executed by Superfine blue, rn.1.e r iiUCY Colors, .V.vi'W t.fI| TnUIUTT I R: BKTTON: York and Phiadelphia: a large supply of fresh goods

Udiiitn (i. lJi.rji-: InJtar} Ann his wile! on the i black I l.u I 4fc Lec.pold, )..ti&OLti\ OIC.;. 't'Ait t .licJlllP.-Tie viz: n fane assortment of l fancy calico, latest fashions;

: tin: untie the firm dllmc .ics. an assortment of Wilmington stripe ; lasting .
D-ab I I"
sniujKn, ic vmh !l.aif of !Jot No. 93 and thc whole of i of Lockcrman and Craig was dissolved by mutual: con and buttons ; drilling, a handsome assortment forentlemcn's

lit Wr l 1ar 0 sent on the first inst..11 ,indebted tothe I bate brown linen fine
No. 16.1.1 'he city I of 1'alia'rissseand the stores, crs.jn summer \are ; very ;

tw.l4r.ff! : u-iusc, <'fhcn, stables, ail I other improicl Splendid Velveteen, firm an1 requc:tet; to call and settle their accounts with green camlet ; silk velvet ; gentlemen's and y"uthSf'hite .

ints thereon to secure the payment of a note l"i.r Fine ,-,!-ain and fig'd black Florentine, either of the sub crihers. ,\ beaver and summer hats ; men's and boys w"ol

12.000 givea b> stud P nrgfvj and Green II. Chaires Fig'd t fancy coloured d* J. EDWARD LOCKFiRMAN: tints ; gentlemen's fine thread gloves, saddles and bridles -

22tf WILLIAM P.CRAIG. best qualit an assortment of violins, with extra -
( ;
security j u said \\ illiulIs: I the same day pay- PJU'm and Valenlias1,
tbleJanuaiy: ) I 1st 1 1 3I, \\iih interest at itper.) CI1tUM, & h'gd liofd HuH' Man illes, &c. The subscriber will continue to do business on liberal I.n.bows. ; everpointed silver pencils; gentlemen's -

from lntc, and which noe and mortgage have been Pl.lIl1'JUte terms and solicits a continuance of cusiom! from the and youths dancing pumps of all sizes. u ,.

asi!J v! by said Williams to said Central Bank of I 4yJg 1l 'J tIJ friend f the 'late firm and the public: grnerally. Ladies, misses and childrens do. ; tortoise shellluck "5i i #

Florid. "-Atd that aid Central Bmk of Fiorida" Plain and pieted Satin blocks, Jan II.I 18:1422tf: ] EDWARD LOfKKRMAN.: and side combs, splendid ; genllemen's bead purses ; A FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden,
- - -- ---- ..t.herb and flower seeds just received and war 'ted
has this day ted; its petition (Letting forth said. note Do. do. ombaziu .dl). JOHN J. ADAMS fashionable work baskets ; do. pocket handkerchiefs ; fresh E. B. PERKI f '.
and do. worked and laced caps; a handsome assortment of ;
:nortaagc; and the assignments thereof and the a- Do. Velvet do. (."J Tl OR, ''Eo Y .1 T LA It',) ribbands l artificial flowers belts ; hair curls of all ( etctbcr29tfi.BE :
; ;
the mI/Un Middle due upon the same), to the Superior Court for Fine Horseskin Gloves, HAS rernuvet from Qumry to Anpalachic'.la Bay. shades ; perfumery ; cologne water etc. ; most fashionable I :>t.tAMnliYttL), J In Leon County Court.
District rf Florida in and f.r the
county Buckskin Silit and Linen Gloves, will regularly attend the Courts held at the
cf Lton. leghorn bonnets of fine quality, one of which us: >In Assumpsit.
seeandq1.in the Clerks office of said courtat T.iliahas- Gum Elastic & Nett Suspenders, Hose'/y, <-c. Biy, a. Ciuincy and M.irianna ; and die annual term I I will be dressed to the fashion of New York ; an assortment CHARLES C. ASH. ) .Uachin cut.

also filed therewith said ori mat mortge t/'anks of the Court of Appeals ot Tallahassee. Letters a'd- veils Prussian red of the institution
and The su LscrH>er.s would return their sincere of splendid ; stockings, is herebygiven of saul
of I have prayed for he fort-closure of the equity their customers lor\ past J favours, and hop e by dressed to him, post paid, will bo attended to. of all sizes and colours ; an assortment of jewelry, NOTICE of the issuing of a writ of Attachment
redemption of said and all I to
mortgagors persons ciaim- February 7ti., 1M ;4. |2Gif]
and strict attention to business, still such as ladies fine brcai. pins, .earrings and finger thereir, returnable to the next term of said Court.
-? by,through under them in ant said 'It. eir assiduity
or ; to mortgaged
EX :CUl'OH.'S NOTICE.: rings, watch keys etc. lamps tacks brass The defendant and all other in wise con-
projM-riy and that will be made merit and receive a generous share oi pam ffl- o:> ; patent ; ; persons any
application duly
**such in then employ tul pet sons indebted to the eslple of William 11. nails ; a large assortment of metal bells, from 16 inches cerned, are notified to appear and plead to the declaration -
judgment of foreclosure, and other proceedingstidonwid age, and having constaiiily ALL dcc'd. are icquested nake immediate I down to the sm illest size ; Goshen cheese ; fresh filed in said case according to law.
petition according to the statutes in such t! rate woricmcn, they will gua.rantte.to those wit 0 and and fever warranted to J. A. BERTHF.LOT for Pl'fl
Clue nade and thai payment: Those having claims agffinst the said: estate prunes figs ; ague drops, 253m Att'y.
22d 1833.
provided. Dated, February may ;please to favour tHem with their orders! to them to me without delay cure ; Port wine, 7 years old, as neat as when imported -
I are required present
.J -tf JAMES WLSTCOTT, Jr. lucy shall be executed at the shortest _!notice! .and I i and are hereby noiifi.'d, that unless baid claims and a lot of handsome seal skin trunks ; 30 bbls. Superior Court Middle District Florida, Leon County.

AlUrnwfur- Petitioner. most H'01 durable and fashionable styles. They like- I 5re 'presented within two years from *,his date, they sweet superfine flour ; 3 do. fine flavored New Yost KERR Sf STURGES, \ assumpgit.

N wioc keep constantly on hand, a general assortment '! be forever barred. beef; porter; starch, and sundry other articles which vs >

IuI,1 I OTIC E.-For R&WTOR SALE the, fasmouable l Clothing of almost every description wi Fe..> 8, 1831. [26aw] JOHN J. ADAMS 1 Ex'r. together with his former stock, constitute very handsome T. C. D'LAPORTE. ) In attachment

------. assortment. [38] JAMES C ECCLES. above stt>ied cause has been instituted, and
JI\RI.ANNA HOTEL. vi/ : tIM TED i STATES MAIL, STEAM-BOATS THE of attachment therein issued, and made

At prtsuit Ul'cupicd LX .'//(!. BEE.'iA, for condion _Drab, Steel-Mixed anJ Petersham Overcoats, '?Ph 4 NDREW JACKSON AND R. H. DAVIDSON, returnable to the next term of said court. The defen-

apply to WILLIAM M-KCNZIE, Cloth and Camlet Cloaks, 1 LVERSAILLES.-From Coiumbus ant and all others concerned, are hereby notified toap.

Att'y. in fact for John T. Barr. Dress Frock Coats and Co tees, ,TI ., .ii to Appalachicola. The ATTORNEY&COUNSELLORATLAW pear and plead to the declaration filed in said case, according -

_Mirja.nna_ Florida, rcb. 15tu 1834. 27if.wtft. I Flannel, Shirts and Drawers, w.1i leave Columbus alternately, every HAVING lorated in Quincy, Flot.; will promptly to law. J. A. BERTHELOT,Att'y for Pl'ff.

Sup rillt' / .-.Middle J trid.- Leon County. + Super Beaver Hats and fine Cloth Caps, &c. above boats "ednuJay, at 6 o'clock A. M. for Appa- any professional business th-tt may be February 1st 1834. 253m
Edmund J. i-'urIiUiIl Placide ) and Cervices Mundayand, r intrusted to his care, in the courts of Leon, Gadsden, tHOMAS M'CALL
The subscribers oiler their goods and wll intersect the new mail stage line, } In Leon County Caurt.
FO'ta1' Alexander Gordon, In trespass on the case accommodating if ms, and will always lachicola allahassee, to Mobile, via : Pensacola at Aspa- Jackson, and at Appalachicola Bay, also the adjein ing vs. > assumpsiu
the roost
on from counties of and Alabama. 11 if
fldichI.i B(rthoud Georgia JE SE S. In
uadullOn promises.Summons make a liberal deduction f tc& ll. I la ra on Tuesday afid Thursday at noon. In returning, RUSSEL ) attachment.
1l1t -Plai/jtrffl. ad rcspon- 1 every Thursday and FridayatlOo'clockA flH HE above stated cause has been instituted, and
1833. Appalach/cola
Nov. 1st will leave
V8 dcndura for 10,000 Tallahassee, M. a\.ld arrive at Aspalaga the next DOCTOR JOHN McLEMORE. M. a writ of attachment therein issued and made

John T. Barr,. Henry Knc- damages. o'clock M. where passengers will find stages I RESPECTFULLY inform his friends that he has returnable to the next term of said court. The defendant -

iI land and Sterrett Bnrr, tra.l- NEW GOODS.H. days Tallahassee.The by 12 I duties of his profcssino. and all others concerned are hereby notified to appear

&V.JJjendants PIERSON & Co. have by late arrivals received fur of the tfbove light-draughtbo&lshave I Nov 23d 15tfP and plead ta the declaration filed in said case according

Utfnaiit5 in said and all other A proprietors for the to law. J. A. BERTHELOT ( Pl'ff.
jUE case, persons Stock viz :- capital in fitting up comfort I Att'y. or
additions to their mvested a large TOI'ICE.-During my absence from Florida 1 Ive
M d will take that altarlimemfto that February 1st 3834. 253m
h : Ihw notice, an blue, black, invisible green and claret of passengers, in the wnfident expectation, n 1 ll empowered J. D. \V estcott Jr. Esqr. to act 1 1 CtlyagenL
day lulled in Mid for Five Thousand Superfine suffer this the first at-
case, black dou We milled Gas, discerning community will not ( and attorney. L. W. BTJRNJ TWJOTICEThe copartnership formerly existing be-

Ctnta SixHundred and F-ny Eight Dolbrs and Fifty-On- brown Cltttlas ; superfme acriuo ditto black and olive tempt to supply Appalachicola with a regular mail,) togo I August 20th 1833. 52t 1\[ tween John R. Chapman and Wflhaua Diekaon

W damagtlS dll'j costs, remrnable to the First "ay simerc, Hue mixed fine blk down for want of patronage. under the 6-, name and style of Chapman and Dick-

the nxt April unn of said Court, and said defcn- green Crape Camlets ; black Bombazine ; Atplll1chico1January lUth 1833. 22tf_ A son has this day been dissolved by mutual consent.

da4u." and all other inlercsten, are required' if fine brown and fancy coloured Drilu'ffs CARD.SHELL All business with
persons Velvet ; STORAGE '. persons having the late concern aro
,' 'I'ear: and plead! tu the dftcl.iration filed in said case W.lltt eiHes Vests and Vestiu.s, SLocks, STORAGE! STORAGE requested to make settlement with John R.Chapman.

According. to the statute in touch case mode and provieM. Lmen; Bosoms, Collars, &c. .c. N addition to his ware-house the ATTOKJWiY dT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLO Quincy, February > JOHN R. CHAPMAN,

p 2 Dated February 1').h A. D. I8U.J : February" 14th 1834. L2"J I subscriber has recently erected a spacious build Will attend to business confided '.0 him with industry 1st 1834. 256w $ WILLIAM DICKSON.The .

J. DV t.ST C( 'TT, J r. Atl'y. for PPffs. authorised Ki announce AH.1'nu avlACON 80 by 28 feet Correcelvlng cotton-and goods. an punctuality. DCe 21st 19tf undersigned having purchased of Mr. Dieksoa

tQ-:: We are authorised to announce S. H ocr ear Leon 109 TIMOTHY M'CARTY. U'/ iCii-BEN CUAJREJS and JAS.D. WEST- his- ntire interest in the stofic, will continue the business .

IL: VAL Esq. a candidate to represent 1831. 19tf COlT Jr. Esquires under his JOHtf E. CUAPilAN
f:*q. a rMiididate tf) represent Leou in"ibe nut LegNtative CoflueuV! 0U Muks December own mine. ,

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Council oj WR ffrtsent&tives WgsMn unttitums thi 11 th ..1 '> "-
L_-- ---a : __._ acter of this Territory, for "hat is beltevea1 to be mere falk- e it resolved by At Governor and Lepz"- to ; from the couuy of J'rnklM, cona a tu.

[Continued from fourth page.} cious promises. I would rejoice to find my opinion wrong on Florid, That the Delegate in Congreas. be requested OD electoral district, ODe representative_ ; from the tht'1t\

the third time-the yeas and nays being required thereon by this subject but until,this institution shall redeem itself by a tsin f the Congress of the Unit States, tie appoiflt1fhof of the contemplated constituting the '3th electoral,district one repr romjtv cntau ?: ,

I Messrs. Chandler and Gautier, were yeas Mr. President, fair and honest discharge of its obligations to the people of this t survey the atso county of Eieamlna. constituting the 14th electoral dink '\eRpreaentatives.
Messrs. Bird, Biouut, Chandler, DuPont, F.rbes, Gauter, Territory, I shall be the last person, that will consent to aid ID Rail Rod from Jacksonville t TallahaC U thr"
United That the ChiefClerk
I Resolved of
Green, Kirkland. McKiunon, Mooring, Priest, Riz, Robinson, its resuscitation-I therefore must reject the act. to obtain the relinquishment on the part ofthe of the Stat said I directed to forward, this, Preamble and this House be .

Smith and \Ward 16 : Nays 0, and said bill is pa scd. Ordered Respectfully your obedient servant, in favour of sid company of one mile, on each side I in Congress, so soon as the same shall Resolutions be lo OUftd 1e.'tc I

; that the title be as before stated. i i"M.. P. DUVAL. I route, of the public lands, through which it may be paI..nd further I cf this Council, and Governor. signed by the P/ \

: A bill to be entitled An act to repeal an act, entitled In Which was read ; and thereupon, the yeas and nays were b ilfurtheY resolvet4 That the Delegate of r I Resolved, That should the favourable atfion of

! net to amend an act to provide for laying out the Schcwls taken upon the passage of said act, in opposition to the veto of JSK obtain from Cong appropriations Rail money Road, upon the same, in sufficient lime before the next annual Centre \*\

I Lands in this Territory." \\"a!; taken up in committee of tic the Governor-Yeas Messrs. Bird, Blount, Chandler, DuPont, ofland, or t the stock 01 sid I members of the Legislative Council, then it shall be the duty elect 3 it

. whole! -Mr. reported a ubstitute therefor, entitled I : Forbes, Gautier, Green, Kirkland, McKinnon, Mooring, Priest, -I Company, &their wisdom and the importance of the object I Governor to issue his Proclamation immediately upon th

act to provide for renting out the School Lands in this Te li Robinson Smith and Ward, 14 : Nays, Mr. President and Riz, I may suggest or justiy.I I of the same, setting forth the different changes the sererJ

i tory ;" which was aujeed to, and said bill was read the thra 2. So the said bill is passed by the lawful majority of two- IT FRTBEK nSOLTD, That the fbregoin Resolutions I toral districts, and how many members each district shall be :
! __.! 'n.o its by I when bv. the Governor.. and President or this Leg-usia- I tied to elect. ;
limp-11"... \' .. lll'ina_. rPnllirPI1, .. nn nasa. thirJs.
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Messrs. Chandler t Gauticr.1 were veas Mr. President, Yl."SIrs. Mr. President laid before the Council, following communication live shall Ve certified by the Chiel UerK, and forwardI I I. Be it further Resolved, That should the favourable action of C I

Bird, Bunt, Chandler' Forbes, Kirkland, McKmnon, Frtst, : } ed to the Delegate in Cong. lion jress, at the the n'rsi present session not be had in sufficient time for t1II?
I on JUonday in May next ; then it shall be dut
Kiz and Smith 10 Nays Mcsrs. DuPont, Gauticr Gren, Which were again adopted. the
: EXECUTIVE OFFICE, J ihe Governor upon the rec ipt of the same, to i issue his prOtI .
Mooring, Robinson and \Vard, 6. So the said (bill pass*!. TALLAHASSEE, February 15th, 1834. $ Mr. Riz introduced the following Resolution on a Corer day: :iWhereas un, for an election in be held in such electoral district I

Ordered that the title be as before slated. I Sir-I have approved, signed, and filed in the Secretary's The Congress of the United States, at an early.period inlttled ndd.t.onal members for the election ofthe same.as I ;

. A bill, entitled U An act to change the time of holding -he I,Office, the following Acts : alter the transfer of Florida, manifested a laudable anxiety Which were a.aiu read-the yeas and nays being
earninto effect the article of the of cession required
Superior Courts i it, the Counties of Walton, ashingun An act to amend an Act incorporating the town ol 1tIari2nn3. to with that view created in eighth the Territory treaty for the revisin!. afluth eir passage, were yeas Messrs. Bird, Dupont, Green, Robin ; 1

Jackson and Franklin, and for othcr.purposes," was reBIlie I I ." S and confirmation, of of land tnbna Spanish autnon- 4 and w ard, 5-> ..yMr.. President, Messrs. Blount: Chand

second and third time, (the rule being waived) and passed- An act to incorporate the Florida, Alabama and Georgia ties, and provided laws grants for their guidance and government, the. Forbes,i Gauuer 1. So the, K said rkland Resvlutions, McKumon, lost.Mooricg, Priest' ltz .*, (
; Ordered that the title be as be lore stated. Rail Uoad Company." I results of which do not either with the presumed intentions jSimiii, are

A bill, entitled An act to provide for tbe apP'intmentofi 44An act to incorporate the Florida, Peninsula and Jacksonville 1 of Congress, or correspond the plai and sol m obligations ol the I Itreatv Mr.Resolved BIRD on That a lorm the'r da> offered a Resolution, as foflo'. 1
I Delegate in be
Pilots and to regulate the rates of Pilotage at the Port ol ifcy Rail Road Company." ; many of the titles, a Lglauve Council have been ,j the of Act Congress the to'L 1
cur passage an givu to of leffersJ
g Comity
Vest, and lor other purpoes-wa3" read the third time aid An act to incorporate the Marine Railway! Company ol the informed, and believe, remaining while the proj j additional Member in the Legislative Council. Q (

p3oS'd. Ordered that the title be as betore stated ci"ofKVest.u : prietors complai that opportunity a been denied them of by eIlegi 1 I Which was again rea t-the yeas and nays being ,
of making fair exhibition | require..Ionq
} A bill entitled \n art 3 mt'uJatorj01 the aci to ..pre.eJtthe "An act to amend the several acts in relation to driving or claims, which are coutr considered as valid in law telr, but passage by Messrs. Smith arid Riz, were yeas" Mr. Presi W Clessrs.

t' tu're migration of Free Negroes and Mulatioes nto ihs bringing into this Territory, neat Cattle belonging to personsor which afford room for reasonable apprehension, that undci \ Bird, Blount, Chandler, Dupont Forbes, Gautier Grew1Kitklanj < \

Terriiorv was Uiken up in commiltee of the whde 31.. citizens of the several Stat( ." the stl surveys now i prlgres. they will become subjects of McK.nnon, Muring, P.-iest, Riz, Robinson, Smitli,5, r
"Ward 1t7drefrom reported the said bill without ameadraen* An act in addition to the act of 1333, incorporating the city litigation between the purchasers under the United States and the Ward, 16-><). none.

,vIiicttas agiced! to, when on motion of Mr. Smith laid hit of Augustine.. claimants under Spanish grants unless Congress stall guard \. ")JTn ori: red the fol.owing Resolution :

was indcfiniely: postponed. An act in addition to an act concerning, >N.ills, metiersTestamentary aga'nt this contingency, by providing otheiwu-e K>r their ad..udi- Be it Rei-oj.ed by this Legislative Council, That our DeW,

An act to adjust and settle the accounts of Dave *"loyddccM. and Letters of Administration, and the duties 01 cation ; for this reason, therefore, no less than the intrinsic equity in Cun1 the e-elec ue ion requested of a to p.ocurc the passage of a Iawatsing r. I
o f these claims, the Legislative Council feel bound to call the attention Representative to this'LcislativeCc t
S late Treasurer and also the claims of this Executors Administrators and Guardians."
TJ"tor\: J of the Delegate to this subject. 1 uin ti.c County of Columbia-arid an additional Member fo t
ninsl e: bis securities, and! for me disposition pi cerjg-;; ,1\6': .i An act to establish a Board Wardens for the Port Ol TU- ." XRA T.PS'Mative Count" .1 Duval. r
was reoorted bv Mr. Bou; Ureniitl'3"n ;-'. '-V--Je tor- An act to establish a Tariff Fees." Council of Ihe Territory of Florida, That our Decgate f>c ..ecaested Wacli U'J rgt.i iL- _I.".;- "liv. ,1'-. __ ;.. '
tile sale' of certain lands bdlJniua .tory ;" which) An amend '' to bring this important subject before Congiessnd en- the yeas and nays being thereon required by 31rs. Sm.th &Pn f
I report was to fie "d Sllbstlluled but! act to an act concerning Executions. de3 our to procure the ofa law, authorising the wer yeas> 3Ir. Piesi agreed to bv the House **: passage c.amanbto K
wa read the third tiw 'rdtfred ar that the title be An act concerning" tlc Auditor and Treasurer of the Territory file their claims before the Judges of the Super.or l land1, Kinno, Mooring; Priest, Riz and Smiih, 10_.>aT )
a% before stated.A and passed. of Florida. District where the lands lie, and au.horHng the said Judges the-e- 31e>srs. Chandler, DuP -nt, Forbes, Green, Robinson and Wa.i
An act amendatory to the act incorporating the Trustees of, respectively, to receive and adjudicate all claims submitted to G. So the said Resolution is adopted.Mr. f
bill, entitled h An act to i'OVl. c for. submitting to the, of the Pensacol.i Academy, approved February l-2ih, 13 1." them, and authorising and requiring such act of Conress tn be WARD offered the folLwint; Resolution :

people! of this Territory tl- question of Slate Government, I I Also, thc Act for the relict of Jam J. Board anc Darius printed in all the newspapers ol this Territory, in 'boiu the Eng. Rt.o red, Th.t; the Go'.ernor, ar.d h b herebvauthoij (

V.MS read the second an'1 tblrJ time, (the' rule being: waived) lapp ;'' which was rejected by me tor want of the original l lish and Spanish languages, and publihc I af-o in the .-djom ng adjtt.-t tHe reprcocnlauon of this TerlI'uy lD the Legis3ti"1I :
when *' called! tin its l vlP States the end that the Council, as near as be
yeas and wv' were passage < r5- vouches hut which have: since been submitted to ne by the to interested parties may have proper and may according to the population as J I
Wartl and Ch3nJ .-Yeas, Mr. President, Ies.srs. GlUticr, Council sufficient notice. tamed by the last census : and takm alo ujto consu'eratcaiU

Green? \loorinJ' .lnd.ard, 5 : Nay ., Messrs Bird, mount, and thereupon approved. Be it further Rfoh-cd. That a certified crpy of this PreambleS 111O.t recent electi n returns And hat he shall; cause elettim I r.
S ChauJler, Dur'ont, Forbes, Kirtand IcKinnoD, Priest, Riz An Judicial act in addition to the several: acts now ia force.regula nd Resolutions be fon,adcd from the Executive oilke to our writs..to issue for ineiuber to the next Legislative Council, acewi. r
ting i such ad
proceedings. t
Delegate ing tiitmcnt.
luJ Smith, 10. So the said Lit is l lost. i i
Mr. President laid An act to amend an act regulating the mode proceeding Which "a again read and ad"pTec. Which was r-ad-and the rule being waiv d, put on itspasa 5
before the House a communication Attachments." Mr. SMITH offered the t'.e and there
on and Resolutions : yeas nay> .eing "l requ.redle"'sf". \\ :ardQ

from liis Excellency the Governor, as follows : Respectfully, .your ob't. Whereas, The diuio. to be porroirocd l, and tie trust reposul in Gal tier. were yeas Messrs. Bird Dupont Green, Rr..bin'l\ e c

scr'vt.WM.. P. DUV A the Judges of tlie several Superior Couits of this T.rritor} as con Ward, 5Xaylr.. President, Me rs. BlOunt, Chan lr. F. '
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, nected with the vital interests of its inhibi'a'us, in the improvement Gautier, Kir/ and, McKmnon, Mooring, Priest, Riz and ;,
TALLAHASSEE February 15th 1934. } Hon. JOHN WARREN, of social order and the security of property, character, lioer- 11. S.> the said Reso:ution is 10.t. i
SIR :-I return to the Council& the bills J for the relief of B. G. President of the Legislative Council. ty, and life, call, not oily t fur incorruptible; : entegrilY, and for talents The Hou-e then adjourned until to-morrow 11 o'clock! c

Thornton and J. H. Willis. I have nnd learning of high order, l Iut aKn, f.r a most tX.USIand constant t
no objection to the acts, EXECUTIVE OFFICE, devotion tntheui.charjrenf tl!se culits.! A, d whereas, the pittance Sl\VD.1Y, FEBRUARY 16th 1=3 1.
except the clause which the of t.t
imposts duty appointing the ar- I of fifteen hundred dolars
FEBRUARY 15th 1834. : per annum, all-nOed! t" these judges,
'bitrtMr.far :he Territory, and! of considering and approving, I SIR :-I have approved, signed and filed in the Secreary'aoffice i is altogether unworthy of their &uti.n, and is inadequate to a just The House mot pursuant to adjournment, a qaonnbeinji

or B reject in ir the .ivvanl (independently: of the Council,) upontii the following laws, viz : compensation for their service*, a:it i insufficient: wh} '_re ::"y { present, the journal of Jcste.d01Y'S prwreedingswajPrend. : 1
I CJLuflttcauueit to assume those duties not An dependant on their salaries, f.r even a dc< en siipj'"r. .7mf wherecs .
act to alter and fix permanently the sessions of the Superior
JruR'r1y; devoivinir\ pon tS>e Executive, ani esjnci.illy in rela- also, the insufcienqof tiiis. (Jnp\l ati'n, ai-! > h i-itsjx-c'; Mr. BLOCVT from f
Court, in and for the District of East Florida. the Committee on Enrolled: Bills, reported
I 11 m to tlu. subjrct: in reg.ird to wHich I am determined to ad- Au its injus i ie, to 1 e,rit.'r> aid I., its J, 1:.. irou c..rrt-c.Ir EnroileiAn : (
I livre : i tile tncT line of ur.Jud exercise act to provide for the establishment and ruaintenanc of time to tim, bctn madithi.: suiij! r1/.irc riplaiiif.) preeuzed a- I '
inv to no act to provide for Rentin the School Lands
power a free school the of St ; out ia ths
in City .
tt \\nich! it iui Augustine.An :grievance by our G rand J tirs J oin cue extrr t tlie \
1 is n-)t my )|>erious duty to assume. I therefore trust L Li 'lt.I 1'rriClO | Territory.1
act for the relief of Charles the .
the bills \vul heiuifiule.. Trippe. cithc -and reprtedited d as cxioiui.: this t1.nmuniIV 10 ln: Aa
i. : : act to provjJfor the opp'.in'ucnt; of Pilots and to
An act in addition to the act incorporating the La Fa.'ette 10so of an intelligent and C'IUPI. nt possessing in an eminent I la Tfj> g
I. Re,jjectfui'v l'! your obedient servant, Salt Company at Key West. decree the confidence of thu lcJillo1j e the. rate-" ot Pilotage at the Port of Key We t, a!d for oltt

4 i \\ M. P. DUVAL. An act to authorise W illiam A. Bell build i Therefore be it unanimously: I l' ; l the Legislative C'ftuncilof purp-.. An>es. yuan
to a bridge ac-oss oHllv I act to e he tim of holding the Sn'eriorth Cour
Hon. John Warren, President of the vVjumil."Winch the Bayou Grande, in Escnmbia: C'Kiniy. the Territory rf Florida, Th.\our Dclcir.u-j in C..n.ress be Cour.ties of Walton, Washington, Jackson, Franklin, andfu

was read ; nd thereupon, the said bills: were reconsideicd An act to : William B. Hooker to establish a firry requested earnestly to press this M-- jc o l H.U the) : alt- / ion ot tie untie. purpe.'
I and hy i uui.i uuiul1is consent of the House> each amended across theSuwannee River in Hamilton County. National Lcgislatuic-an by iJ2-ertizI! m farh in lieu of the word Governor tht Respectfully obedient passage cf a aw at tin present seisi.j of U"/ r s>, .\lhl! m ti-1 yen''me.''
; your scrvantvi1., each cf the judges of mis Territory, a 'il.try. t i I. 3.->, I qual lo lila.: An
act to adjust se't'e
word Auditor ; of
three Davis
. soeial linit's the and ti.e accounts Floyd det
S. : being ,
yeas nays re- \ United '
P. DUVAL of the : States Dig.rCI o of L 'ui.unn. a e Treasurer .d
Jut alv
a the
. j o.uired on tile pas.vige of the bill, entitled An act for tile Ho.v. Jon \V Be it further Resolved claim o the Territory against b
re ARREi, a c --y| of lilt t'ortoin Pr a "'t t nand -e nntie.. and for the situm of "
" disp cer an lands An'J
; lid'ul" Beiijjmin G. riiurnton, by Messrs. Smith aud Cliaii- President of the Legislative Council. Resolution, duly cerrifitd by t'IVaiU' .ii .\.1 CKrk ol th.11U3P ..: Act ft.- the. continuation of the coaspilauon of the Lawsci aa
;I dler, were yeas Mr. President, Messrs. Bird, llouflt: CuanJkr, \\ hirh was read. be transmitted 10 our Pe<.git '. th s -'erritonre -.' .

}: Gaulier Kit khllll: McKinnon, .Mooring, Priest, Riz, KobiiiMii Mr. GAUTIER oflered the following Resolution : Which wa r ad, (the rule being wa red) wa put en i s pa'sa; Mr. BLOLN a-ked and obta neJ *ean., (the rule being for tha

- and Smiiii, 12 : Nays, Messrs. DuPoiu, Forbes, Grt-en am I WHEREAS, Asi act was at the last and unanimously adopted i purpose waived) to introduce a bi I, entitled ".An act to providil
.*\II \\ ard. '!. So the said but is passed. Ordered that ttie titk Council "Ir the relief of Joseph passed F. \\.aCloh! Legislative the Mr. FORBES offered the (ol'Jwin3 Preamble and Ue v.utom,-; for the comr>en .a'ion oi tIle OiScrr cf the Council." Which wareadthe
be as tMore stated. directing accounting which were read, 3 foll'-ws : I-Iou'e went committ e thereon-Mr. Forr-es tnere-

A bill, entitled *' An act for the relit f of Jesse H. Willis,', I of t the said officers of this Territory to audit and adjust the claims 'Vhereas. The connection of New 0 1 arts with the co- iri.eia from reported the same amended which was agreed to-the role

S -was read the third lime, yeas and being its Joseph F. Wachob: And whereas, the vouchers citie Nor h by a c n inuou> hi-; o llai: it jads, h m a )n: 1 eing w:1\'t'd. said bill was read a seond and third tune and pa* I
required for
by Messrs. Green and liiz nays on ; said accounts (as appear* to this Legislative i Council) were tion point oi view, a most important object : one .. has ed. Ordered tha the itle be us afo.esaid.
psss.ge were Mr. President .IIL .v1
JMessrs. liiul Bouut Chwdll yeas left in the possession of John Y. Garev, Auditor of this Territory merited tLc attention j. C.-ijre- ., a d wi.icii tu--- Blowing pr.:;- | Mr. BIRD offered the following Resolution :
(;auier, Kirkland, MtKituion, i and have been lost : And whereas, the Treasurer ufthis perity of the .Nation-the rap d ma ,:h 11 lij.rovtmen-tkie' gigantii i WHEREAS, nJeton M\nrk .
a mnmherofihis Council eI
.Mooring, Priest, 111Robinson, Smith. and Ward, 13 : Nays, Territory refuses allow results w iicn wou.dio; irvin hidden duty <
to said charges against the Territory,, Ii< : e re"onrce-i it ; cd from the cmmtie of Madison and Hamilton the 7ti
JVlessrs. DuPoiu, Forbes and Green, 3. So the said bill i is: unless the items of said accounts were specified, which is impossible I- would deve ope-the Gjrdian knot WI J W.1 h I wouM bad the tlcctoral District, ''eft horn for ihe purpose of attending, composing this;session,
passed. Ordered that the title be before stated. threatened union of the Sates-nhe -f '
as for the above stated :iJ-.titity > interests would and in f
And of
: whereas, from the I I consequence severe and continued sickness has sirce kis
Mr Pre.side.it laid beloic tno Council, the following evidence adduced, this Council are of the opinion: that the produce with irresist., must b.e at lorce.p.e>ent pre>s upon t.t cuu .der. ion oi Congre>s arrival at-the seat of Government, bten prevented fiora taking iilBe

communication : claims of the said Wachob I :ca'
Joseph be allowed.! And 1 1I
whereas A i
as he
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, Therefore, be it Resolved, That the Treasurer of this Territory i- .:f the Cutm company by nan: in'orroraiC1[ ,'t at Florida prc'entsession I lov.ed it therefore Resolved, That the said Littleton! Myrirk be a-
be directed .i tie all -ty.: t.e ., Alabama j !his mileage !in cIPnung from, and to his rnrne, anc
to to the aid Joseph F.'acllob returning
.t I FEBRUARY 15th. 1S3-1. J pay sumof and Georgia Co'npany., for the purpose of cuistiucting .Ikt! ). his diem be
certified other
) pay per to the Governor the
by as
SIR :-I return to the Council the .id entitled An act toatituiinca one hundred and twenty-five dollars, out of any monies not a Rail Road rum P.acola. to Columbu, a distance o. i "C 'olmt Th mileage ba
amounting dollars Tyrone )
j o eighteen
otherwise appropriated. 1BO m less nearly o-e-lomth o. t .e whole! dotance from ,
board of Wnidens lV the Port of Key West."- .ew 'n.dnd 'wenty miles: of travel, and the diera burt
.' to ope
L..IVVS like this. of a local character merely! Itn generallv d'upo Which was read and lost. Washington. The j-iteini>latc'l rotue: of whi-h, !! anil tWf'ntv six d.uiLirs. per

ed to apjirove, but the ]particular provisions of this act ale- Mr. WARD offered on yesterday the following Resolution : pass tnd p-.cnharly in a iTeat adapted portion of to its the extent eultiva thVugh. of tLe pubic: !ani feiu le Which was read-and the rule b-ing waived, put on its passag?
of he
urli a* lo require amendment, before I can sanction it. I aai Resolved by the Governor and Legislative Council of Florida, S nth, bm ftom the inter or -nation, and tic absence gieattap.e and adop ed.
inclined to the opinion that the local autno ties are most con- That the Governor be, and he i<* hereby authorised to employ ot transportation, arenolvet been sold which ot l.inuU natuxa.channeb :Ir.'lARD meted that there should be read and entered npol

ii petent to make judicious. appointments of the officers create I a Clerk for the Executive Olfice, whose salary not exceed .I necharily acquit a great ad llnal'a'l fr,.in : avmg, wil IT bers the journals of the! Middle of this House the protect of himself and other mem

by tins act, although the provisions imposing the duty upon[ ing four hundred dollars, shall be paid out of any money m the WERE, an ti3ciat river wing through the t ccntie ; and in trict of Florida, against the votes of !thr

I the Governor would not induce the rejection of the bills. Tile Treasury not otherwise appropriated. I year, an im .icuse distri .t of country, now spar t.v and pooily c ] I thi apportionment upon sundry ofthe Resolutions adopted on yesterday, re pecun(

third section gives too lJll'ou.anJ unrestrained powers to this Which was again read-the yeas and nays being requiredon populaud, wil vie with t.ie othei Tefti-e parts of Albama, ...ndcontri'De j t the yeai and rays bein representation t ereon required: in this Legislative\lcssrs. Council and
: Houd aii ;- are authorized toenart yeas And whereas Th I were y as Messrs. Bird, For es and '\"ardI, >"avs, Mt
\\'ili1-PUt restriction, all kinds of bye laws: and regulations, President, Messrs. Gautier, Gieen, Kirkland, Mooring, Priest; its whole extent, ug.i eut tic natural tojio;raphy of the country thrl.hout i Presidentlesrs.. B ount, Chandler, Gautier, Kirkland, McKia

and, "-COltliVthe Pn>ident can summon the posse commeiatus. 4. Robinson and /Fard, 8 : Nays, Messrs. Blount, Chandler, the constru "liou of Rail pro>Roads; super advantages..r peihap.-and .aei i-ther itic> t.r; I non, Mooring, Pries Riz and Smith, 10. So the sail motions
F if he chuses Forbes, McKinnon and Smith 5. So the said Resolution i I any portion I lost.
to )put them in operation per force. This I U is of tiie United S tie?) 'he Company will Save to
by f fii: too extensive of adopted. I &b-ta the enc.unernumerous r Mr. GBEEN moved that he should be permitted to have read aid
a grant authority to be extended to the 'es' in Co inp: 'lion ot this Ink in the at and
I'jvsuknt ot a board ot Port \Warden The section giving Mr. Green asked and obtained leave to record his vote against desirable s he...e m ernal impr -vcmen'. gr I tune enteied upon .e jou nal of his H.'use, his protest against

the riiihiof appeal, Is cut sufficiently explicit, and the making I the passage ol a bill, entitled "An act in addition to the several And wher is, or< believed ml hoped, thar the enlightened and I the the! right vo'e upon to endorse.he bill, ::0 si\e their t.'. the f ce peo le .f this Term>r/j,- (

the decision of the Superior Court final, i is inconsistent with acts now in force regulating Judicial proceedings. liberal: views ol poll y entertained a the present: clay;wi induce STATE or xo STATE-upon the and tickets at the nex ar.nnal election, c.

those jiiovi.-sion'' of the Organic Laws on the subject of appeals A bill, entitled An act for the continuation of the compilation Congress to ext d all :ron-ti.utioii. 1 aid in etiecting illprove- I :[ $ rs. Green and Chandler yea nays bein thereon reqUlredbJe ]
; were Mr. Green 1 : ysMr.
ment more eo'&ip.cly: N nal. and 1 yeas -
from the decisions of that Court. The section with regard ty of the la\vs of this Territory," was read the third time other hetetol'ore proected-Thereirc entirety practicab e than iny President, Messrs. Bird, B ont, < 'h ndler, Forbes, Kirkland
- the fees is It).) loose and general, and may leave room for abuees. I- and passed. Ordered that the title be as aforesaid. Bit: Resolved by the LcjNlative Council, of the McKinnon, Priest, Riz, Smith and Ward, 11. So the said modal
The act is therefore returned for amendment. A bill, entitled *' An act to provide for the more effectualcollection ; ) Florida, That the lX-ea! e in.Congress b and b Terri'rr of is lo"t.
i Tlie accounts of Darius of the Revenue was taken in ed requestto Mr. CHANDLER offered the following Preamble and ResulutioB:
Clapp and J. J. Board havingbee n up committee of the I u his most act v endeavours t--- present the subject:; in its i
, exhumed to me by transmission of the vouchers, on which the L whole-Mr. JVard therefrom reported the same amended, pr'pr light. and to obtain te passage .-fan actawhorisin., a sur- WHEREAS The proper awl full devtiopenvnt of the resourctso

: (, law was !jircdicated, I feel at liberty to approve the bill on its which was agreed to, and said bill was read the third tame and I a eomp.te:1 Er.gin er, o'' a rowe between Pcn cl.a, Flo. a Country ha> been always deemed bv its supreme authority,a malo
passed. Ordered I and C. Geo. d jlCI of interest, nnli'x, and wIsdom And whara-ie._ it. iq .nniJmd.
.:t return to.me. that the title be as aforesaid. I : Ubl: ; a. crant.ne to the C"innanv a doi.a ion of ----- '---, -- -- ---- .
uepecuuiry your obedient nervant 1r. \\ ARD on a f lonner day, presented the loiiowing .Memou tui pUbliC Ianj through wni.-u the sane may {>a>::: n<-t exceeding 1point of some moment to acquire if possible, correct and defimt*
. i1 and Resolutions yards on each side of the road. as to the nature, and character of so much of the Tet
t WJ1. P. DUVAL. : Be il further Re.-ohed, That he above Preambl's and Re ou-! ritnry as is in an uncultivated stale ; And whereas also, the eo

Hon. John Warren, President ofthe Legislative Council. To the Senate and House tion be duly signed and forwarded to t..e Dclejja e from this Ter- struction of a public road from the city of St. Augustine to Cap
I Representatives of the United States. rito v.The. Florida, and affording facilities of communication, transportatk t

VJiIch: war read; and thereupon, the bill entitled An act The Legislative Council of the Territory Florida leave rule bcin.r waiv-d-were passed. and settlement throughout the Peninsula, would contribute effects
: constiintniija Board \Vardens .for beg Mr. GREEN efiered on a former ally to the objects above contemplated.
the Burl of
Weal day
. Key t again, respectfully to ask the attention of the Federal Government following Resolutions:
There-tore be it
i vvuti ri-c-M-sidered, amended by unanimous consent, read the to the important Whereas, The subject of equal tprcj-cntatiori in the Legislature Resolved, by the Legislative Council ClfFloridS
.S third tune and p:.ssxl I ; and ordered to be enrolled. the Atlantic and effecting a communication between of this Territory, having caused much, and must in its nature rause That our Delegate in Congress, be requested to use his best eiF<*'
Ocean the Gull of
Mexico towards
, Also, the following : Florida Peninsula. across the a still greater degree of public excitement, unless the apportionment obtaining an appropriation from Congress, of a sufficiei t
The excavation ol the ship channel, so be made with reference to the population of the several electoral sum of money, to defray the expanses of the commissioners, bert
" EXECUTIVE OFFICE, t long and so anxiously contemplated, it is believed, will not pro- districts. inaftei contemplated to be appointed.

: TALLAHASSEE, February 13th, 1834. ) baby he undertaken [y. the United States. If it is to be abandoned And whereas, the rapid changes which have taken. and must con- Resolved, That he also be requestec to use his exertions !in.ft

SIR:-I return the act entitled an act .for the relief of J.-ii.-.ca your memorialists respectfully present to time attention, tinue to take place m our new country, until its whole Geography, of commending three and procuring the appointment of a board, consisua
J and favorable consideration Congress for : and resources shall have been fully developed renders Commissioners, with irstructions to ascertain by act.
Board and DJrius ClapThe] act does not state what the a project creating a new ap the
claim is such a communication which they deem feasible to wit portionmcnt at this time necessary and proper. survey, practicability constructing a road from St. Augtisti"to
how much i it amounts to and until cm: know something : by the Cape Florida the
construction of a Rail Road the And whereas, all experience ha'th s>hewn, that small Legislatures Mowing route as near as may be deemed
neck of
more it than slated in bill upper the Peninsula visable
is the I
respecting am con- are not the most desirable pursued by Col. James Gadsden other
from the a increase of the or route.
of consequent any
and the St.
John's present :
rallied ire1l1.ipectfuIlJ" river Resolved
to reject number of this further. That 6
a of
to the Gulf Mexico Legislature ousht to be made. copy these solutions be signed !l. ;
your obedient servant, Marks. at the disemboguement of the River St. And whereas, this Legislature must, and ought ever be the President and Clerk, and forwarded to our Delegate in Corps''
ready to
,y 1\1. P. DUVAL. recognize that fundamental principle, the denial of which, in Which was was read and (the rule being waived) adoptei t
lIoN. JOHN WABREJT! The District of country through which this Rail Road would country, must subvert the whole! system of our Government. And our Mr. GREKV offered the following Resolutions:

President of the Legislative Council. pass, affords advantages certain I not surpassed, perhaps not this Legislature clearly recognizing it, as he most, and only whole- Be it Resolved by the Governor and Legislative Council of Fo'<
equalled in any portion of the United States of the some principle for the of rda, That the Delegate) in
preservation laws and dO'
"Which was read, and the accounts of J..mes J. Board and same extent. equal equal rights Congress be requested to procure a
D.mus Ciapp, therein referred to, are ordered 10 be transmitted Throughout the whole distance,the country is level,of firm,solid and ever rudy to act up to that principle, recommend the following nation to the Tallahassee Rail Road Company, of the eighths i d
foundation and the few rivers I ipportionmentvhit"h though, the public land upon which the said
which the road would cross considering present population ot road may be erected. .
the Clerk of this House are
to the
never subject to high or rapid freshets. In every portion of the the several electoral districts is not in exact accordance with the Be it further Resolved, That the Clerk of the House transmit
Also the fubo wing : route is found in the greatestabundance the finest timber in the principle ; but it not being expedient at this time to follow it out this Resolution, certified and signed by the Governor to the De1f.
more closely-therefore in Congress.
> world for such
FEBRUARY 15th Ib34. > where frosts a construction and ice and a mild and delightful climate Be it Rewired by the Governor and Legislature of this Territory, Which were read and (the rule being waived) adopted.
never to its
Bon. Pretidenl of the Legislative Council: occur impede operation. That our Delegate in Congress be, and he is hereby authorized and Mr. SMITH from the .
Legislative Council Judiciary Committee made foO'ing
impressed with the belief that it is requested to use his zt-alous endeavors to the ,
SIR :-TJu- views and opinions which are held by the Executive a measure perfectly practicable in its accomplishment, and high- of a law, so'remodelling our present Legislative procur early passage report :

on the subjects of Banks, have been so often expressedto ly important in its consequences, not only with reference to the this Teiritory shall be allowed twenty seven -representation representatives, that The Judiciary committee to whom was referred the bill t

the Legislative Council that it is deemed unnecessary again interests and prosperity ftf the Territory of Florida, but view- in the following proportion-to wit :-from the County of .Vunrot,, regulate appeals, and writs of error to the Court of Appeals!

to repeat them. ed in a national light as t forming the most important link in the constituting the first electoral district, o-e representative ; from the this Territory, with a letter of John Rodiman, Esq., of tbeci
.* The act supplemental to the Charter of the Merchants and I chain of inland communication between the extreme North and Counties of */. Johns Mosquito, constituting the second electoral of St. Augustine, recommending the adoption of the said Bj i11.

Planter's: Bank Magnolia, can receive no aid from the Executive South, have at their present session incorporated the Florida district,the three third representatives ; from the County of .Yam, consti- as a la\vof this Territory-have had the same under consid.
muting electoral
to revive or continue the institution. When a Bank Peninsula and Jacksonville Rail Road Company" construe! of Duval district, one representative ; from the eration-and, REPORT : "
breaks, purpose, little hope i is left, to expect it will redeem d Rail Road from Jacksonville to Tallahassee, (a distance ol resentatives; from, constituting the the of fourth Columbia electoral district, two rep. That though the said Bill, in their opinion, contains rul e

it* paper. should l itt unwilling to make a purchase, of thai about one hundred and forty' five miles in straight line,) tb electoral district, one representative county ; from the* constituting counties of the fifth and principles, which might beneficially be incorporated wto

honor and justice which is due to the people Florida, by the there connected with the Tallahassee and St Marks Rail Road and Hil borough constituting the 6th electoral district, one Alackua our statutory code, at some future session of this Council,r ,

former and solemn engrigemcnLs of this corporation. It the also chartered a* the present session. Without the aid of the ; from the counties of hamilton <$. Madison, constituting representative that our limited time, and a press of other business forbid I-

President and Director Ind given any security to the public Government, this great undertaking will be retarded for many I h<* 7th electoral district, one representative ; tro... the couuty of tslation upon it by the present Council. .

that tiieir Japer| would he redeemed, it might influence mv_ years, or perhaps totally f fail of accomplishment. Jefferson, constituting the 8tH t'lcctoral dig-rict, two representatives- And they pray to be discharged from further col1SideraUOI

jiugKUMit: -but :it tI"EXl'curh'e.! I am never disposed to compromise They therefore pray the attention of your honorable body from the county of Leon, constituting the.Sth electoral district, four of the matter referred.

wlut 1 believe to be the honorable aud elevated char- to the iollowiiig Resolutions ; electoral representalives district j three from the county of Gal den, constituting the lOih Which was read and agreed to by the House.
representatives; from ihe counties of Jack-
To be eonchtdfd
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ply a Tfttaney did not urtt .u* ,
N served loig enrugh to Oft / teuton, yet he bad broken out in tte

FLORIDI : bin, and much was attract anticipated the public from attention towards there does nol *army Tiobc of Don foundation Miguel, but over in their day. In SpiD which has now near DOCTOR WILLIAM FLAKE has loo**! him
it his services any for l
ly the
the next Council same the
such a Inhere snow \ and tenders his services to
especially report. is LivY8v
A1D4l raBsTURDAY eciualizjn the ? entation on the subject of the no doubt, however, that 11 l lay four feet deep near where the public as a practitioner of medicine, and
UA1L P.re so as to reatesr discontent prevails nw :clon3.- surgery
Middle give the
District its rightful number of Representatives era in Don Pedro's among the foreign-0 Again, the Paslms speak of "snow like wool, midwifery. He may be found (when not absent on

MARCH 8. in the Legislative Council. Will these service. hoar frost and ice, and St. John us C the servants professional ines.sJ at his house on Calhoun sates
be disappointed 1 expecta'ions ITALY. tell the fornrre_ "idcnrff Col. R. W. Willhms.
? Will Maj. Green not be V candidate Rome, .1\-011. SO.-AD made a fr of coal, for i was ,cold," &c. 25t'ENrIst'av.Dif.

requested by the ladies, to state that thepa AN ENQUIRER. which has event has occurred here, This was early Apri.-indicatng a Lery different COMFORT, respectfully
rt produced a powerfnl sensation. _I.., informs
A per- state of frost is the ladies and gentlemen of Talllahas-
evening was in bad tQ.5te.- )
Thursday son present ,
f on TALLAHASSEE gave notice to the Government that thing tee and its that he ,
.de a conspiracy vicinity, tib
J"** March 6th 1834. supposed not known in Palestine modem may now ound at
instruments, and worse performance. On WlLLUM WILSON was on foot, and demanded Brown's Hotel, where he will
hed Esq. a certain reward times. Jerusalem is 10 fartherSouth than tender them his pro.
"'! accasion, the Jring of cannon may be dispen- Editor of-the Floridian for- the r discovery of the same, which, together Rome.-[Boston dege fessional services in nil its various branches, viz :-
fut :
a :,as they will then have some ch'-n:: of esca- Sir-Through the Floridian with pardon, was promised to him. He dir- Porcelain Teetk single or in sets, on gold plate so

iwt"g vfll&nous discord of sweet sounds. to call the attention of I re9uest permission rected the police to go to the palace of Prince Er c. closely resembling nature as to avoid detection, and
my fellow-citizrns Liverpool Cotton Market Dee. *). There i in such
pJDD the Wash.ngton: National to eciam, m Bologna! ; whose wife is the a manner, as not to give the least possible
announce the death, on the 19th ult., at solicit a pibhc meeting Monument Society, and to Lucien Bonaparte where daughter of has been a very animated demand f>r Cotton p un-It is now well established,that Porcelain Teeth
The papers I. on Saturdey evening next at they would find a quantity the week Iron are decidedly supeiior to all other
and six o'clock, at Capt. BROWN'S ol throughout present chiefly spinners artificial teeth, be
the distinguished orator gentle- HOTEL in a the
on. of for the recess, entrance to which was and i unalterable the effect
by of
ashin of adopting such purpose behind ; a gradual improvement in prices has taken acids, or any corroding
: : '"'d.. WJaT late Attorney General ol the United I in !lelatian to measures this interesting as the meeting mayappron' I ly a be certain picture. The alarm of the fami- : place, our present quotations bin 34da! l-2d substance. Being supplied with a choice assortment

The object of the Society is to subject. may imagined at seeing the police arrive at per lb. higher than those of this day week. o materials, Dr. COMFORT is prepared for the man-
S tcs. NATIONAL erect a Magnificent night., and search every part of the mansion f agnent of all cases which be
MONUMENT ; eve- Dec. 23.-On Saturday, the sales in Cotton may presented. He
to the ,
1:; yorUicra Stage arrived on Thursday evening, WASHINGTON, at the seat of the Federal memory of ry picture was removed from the walls, but no though small, only amaunting to 2,000 lales were i will wait upon ladies at th-ir residences, and attend
Goeernment arms found. j to C ill* in of the
with were The aiv )part
funds J country.
Ve had niuJe minds informer
,".S tlircc mails "P our tn obtained by a general contribution was given over at the extreme prices of the previous Jay. To-'j'
b.1t1 of the recent failures but afLcr in- ALL THE INHABITANTS OP from justice, and has been sentenced to three year's il\ w. Ch.S aliur 4ite,1application will ire
: ;1ai loadly THE UNITED STATES, of not day there has been a good demand, and ,OOO bags made by
more than impnsonrnent. 1 K7the subsc.iibor the
to honourable
one dollar Some
t\Jlt1ctinjO and evident from each donor. The suppose that he has been 1-8 lb. court of Gadsdeo
torn packages Betraying at
wet advance
tl c or Florida feel citizens himself deceived. sol per upon the qu>tations of rounty, for letters of administration
as deep an interest in this In consequence of this the Government on the estate of
excellent state of the the Monument a. la a/Is of,Uic navigation on of the Nat 0n's gradtude, as the people of has resolved to establish Henry Pitman, late of Mount-Vernon decrased.
a special
ute we have changed our intention, and are rather portion of tae Union. any other of Justice to judge all 246w J. \\ KJ \(1.S .
political offences. _
I,snosecl to give the contractor credit! for getting thro' Respectfully, your obedient servant, London Dec. 1IAIHNELIST. SA W GINS, manuJactnred by Jas.oatwright

"I'i-aIL Mr. Barry ought really to resign, uatess hi"nfmish WM. P. DUVAL. cle an article, 18.-We copy from the Chroni- Columbia South CaroJiny! for sale bir
on Russia _
better \\"f ther. The is flooded may be expected to JNO. BLAIR PEACHY.ALSO .
To operate abroad far _ PORT SI. MARKS.
and Savannah the Editor of the Floridian. as as the influence of newspa (1 --
naif Milledgcvillc
vathcr way ,
-$ per-writing goes, in that 1,700 bushs. ALT, and fine
preventing which coarse -
TALLAHASSEE apply as above.
look it in' Feb. 28th ]934.I ARRnED-F
The department ought to to mediatc1r.Tat I. Sir : It is with deep interest I hail the may be dreaded, if a strong disposition be shown Schr. Lady Washm-ion, P. H. Swain, 5 days from February Sth, 1833 -26[ :f

the book for subscription for the Tallahassee opening of by the people to demand it. Nothing can, we New Orleans-Groceries, & Provisions, lo sundries. (Si IX wcrks uferdate
application will
latest papers contain no foreign news of im. Road Stock : and it is to be hoped that the Rail take it, be more certain than the fact, that it would Passenger-Mr. ParkhilLCLEAREDFE. K9 the subscriber: to the honorable the be made by

'C'rt3nce. Cotton is advancing, and the pressure on I and property holders of this town and Leon County people be most dangerous to the existing Governments of .. 26. for the County of Gadsden, for Letters County of Adminis-Court

the money market, at the north, has abated ic sonv will come forward with liberal policy and subscribe, Europe to put the masses of their subjects in moS Brig Rose, Lewis, for New York, 232 bales: cotton, ration on the csate of S. truoof JVfcCatf, late of said
for the full luJes Kerr &
of tion. Sturges, & Betton &

& ree, though numerous& M. Allen failures had resumed continue business to occur effect this amount most desirable Stock obiert necessary" Th to 1.carry..0.."'-into..... .11. ,h... ---":."-ClOn nOL t% ..v,v ...\\slt im '.'"".; K.1Jerotlon. jbo !)T ecr__ Slims, 300 E'.1\orf'ork, &lDl\l countv._n dcc'd.- u.1.. toaA. FABiAN f2G6wl ARMD3TEAD._
The !house cf rcwncitd somewhat. and business Council ral Charter have for i*the e u very Rail generous Road in granting a libe witn the Emperor of Russia, it ought to be of overwhelming ;O hides, by Kerr & Sturges, J. B. Benjamin. JJMES ALEX.WDLR BiMMLLOT,

*c" o,-fcsliail appearo under Company ; one which force with Austria and Prussia, and with Schi. Charles E-Jmoiuison, Berry, for Charleston S. .I111orlle1J and Counsellor Law.
j-csimung its old channels. Confidence is on- judicious management, the of the all the powers C. at
property of Germany, and should induce 17 Bales Cotton, by.. Ladd, J. G. &.N. Ilamlin
the to its former company cannot fail to with interest La-. practice in the Court of A
Anting to rcbtoic country pros. repay the capi. them to and J. B. Peachy.Marh W'l ppeals ;-The
all the in
prevent by their
11 tal
required to be advanced for it. Besides this power, Supcrio. Courts of Leon, Gadsden, and Jackson -
in 6. Bn
1J': ducement for short of'war, the further aggrandizement of Rus- : Susquenanna, WiLon, New York, the
subscription ; there is another, to all. sia. l by It. I .y-m, 478 bales Cotton.I in Territory of Florida ; and in the Superior
.. the property holders in the section of the country about Our preparations and the preparations: of Courts of Thomas & Decatur counties, of the tibuth
Stores are always on Lord'ssvImt1
FLO:1n II'dorkoUlctllnes open all day. this place, paramount to it, which should of itself induce France may serve to keep her in check :;iid to q. Qm c judicial circuit of the .tateuf Georgia. Residence
10 Gambling I WWII.
: of subscriptions sufficient for the work; that of r i make her act justly. We shall then nave nothing Taltahaiicf. November 23.1' 1133. lf
Fauns are maters constant occurrence. the | tuei; :11. lI.t..t to t> Ua; lor the u At LxI I.
11'rr increase
md hter.'rauf'C* i> common to all ranks, from the begercii would of the value of their prop 'rty. which L i to complain ol, and shall see wit/i pleasure any I ili\e C'-uxil, he will be supported by UTL Ll.--Six wct-Us after date I shall

; the dunclnl1, to the official dispenser of pub.K.ICC Road in ine'itablytake contemplation place on the construction ot the I increase of her power, which is caased by increa. MANY VOTER JL, the honourable judge of Leon,county court apply for to

Sciiousness of deportment is ofjdculem sing civilization.-Courier. l letters ol administration
'C a matter
on the of
The estate Allen M'Gra-
of O'l.CE
} hJ.ta netiLlI'd
property, especia'ly in lands be !
i ( is contemned. No public cannot dy late of said
; ty ll1ctcan county, dece-used. F. B. WHITING.
estimated to be less than from 50 to JOO 1. t" havn Mssi ncil her. the dower ol the widow of
-: he beLl; t01 the has organisation been : of the temperance the completion of this work. It would be per to cent.the in by !i Riot and Loss of Li ,es.- HIP report that the! tie late Piiiu.ili: Wlmelmrsl, will be filed at the next St. Marks, February 1st l n4. 236wfllOLUFlON
: here attempted
cKiie V it in such enemies terest, therefore of all property holders to make a do : riot anionjr the ha bun rcr.* on ihe t C hsa pea 1e; and icrm uf the Si.p, i i'r Court of Leon County. OF vOl'ARTNERSHlP.-Tho
!have met numbers
d the ret0rm th! w.-nhv: de ign, of the benevo'cnt., as to defeat TheoVWvof : nation, even were it necessary of 10 or 'JO( per cent. Ohio Canal had been qlll'ipil! J ct ;optar.s; wat premature / At the same time. will be made an application; : to heretofore existing under the firm

rtirclr; ) ? locislawrs; have adjourned from thesate on this property, rather than the sche.ne should .ail ;: I -the cbimtetidilig '..i.uesalV'r 'lie! militia of j lua"'rMtiJllell to her the dower of the widow of of t L. & M. A. Anuistrad co. has this day been dissolved -
Hou c, after the transaction ot business and L and how much more will it be to their interest to Hagerstown, M l. had ":.lii-lriwn; v.ii.. i;> isoners the l.uc S.tmuel Bryan, dec'd. by utnal consent. All persons indebted to ;
subscribe when they will not only th* benefit had And I id.( \vis.o h.ive el I ftfT the dower of Mary the firm will make
taken Fabian
2cd in dnn1iint. until the most shameful intoxicauunlia enjoy they crn.nrn.1 t ;i "FMT u
lIl ensued have held Ihe rise of their property, but have valuable battle which .. Caroline U inn, widow of die laic B -nj. F. Winn de i is alone authorized\ -Iose the bu inrss.
They thftr sitting on I in this pro array, :.i [ / <"v i iis il,: .rum been
and ttansaction of perty stock by its prospect fo paying handsome of ceased. LEIGH RKAL, MARCUS 1\. ARMISTEAD
Lord day bminess'hfn ,
> I one trreat rage ai.iJ: : .lknehCC'! comlntanls
: -
.t use ; -
dividends. It 11 "h S13:14.:
be .
is to hoped I repeat, that the an ((304w) Atl'y. r P Mit- ners. 293w FABIAN ARMISTEAD.JOJ'iC .
preach ng to a ronjjreffation being \"f'.1' ;
utrfvacu on citizens of this section of pr I.: fir' Drills, clubs and
if opposite f-dc ,ei' the stree!''.-Bapt. Register.uw" direction rounir who trade in the crow-bars, live lx 'A ':t ks alter dale I shall apply lo the Judge ot SaiHHfi :. /F/iire \\1i1 apply to the roan
of this place and St. Marks will forward pe-- .crv s>ten it: 1 t'of 1 I' Jlrol"S the! Court Gad&dru
County l'
come l I Court
I Ouiiiy.for iter. ty at us next for
? ?-The above article from the and lend their aid to this death a'nl ', v .' k'.r- : I .. a discharge as ad
Baptist great \ork.. Let not j 2.nly -i.ci a Illgr Administration on the f stoic (bhcmd ;''a1l, lat mnnstnuoron the eSlate (of Roocr. Higt at whicliuie
.':!<:er, i.- as f ul 1 a perversion of truth as ever nripnacd hose who think that their mite will do no goo1deterred e number wouiii'-1! w.ery tlin'! cti-,:>n, i i.ie vm-j ot's.id (-...fli ty Jec' MARGARET MVALL.irth : his arrounisacid vouchers ill be f ed.

in tlieijrncrriiit) and besotted fanaticism of?hp.rk from offering what they -a i do ; all is wanted quislied wcn p': ;. ',ito the TOOL'S' wtiere a con Qt1Cr, Flh, I3'U. jo-i" February Slli, 1834. ." "

"stare?, I It i t-ue. that store arc permitted to in that'efcrcnce.can be Iud There from Jie ci izens of this countn'. tiuual I firing vas ,-" ;tfj u) c1'1.bl! ;| iri.:iy lost .I I x.-\%--,ks aittr i!aic -hall apply to"the J ulgc' .-Iul' !

in Tallaha''ee until 10 oVlock ? advances p are lew who cannot meet the !!tirir lives. TheitF: t.t'a I ijoj\. .t' nuiilia, I had I I j. Cuu.ify Court of Gads Jell County, fur letters CONSUMPTION
te kept Open on nncav on a single share of S 00 ,
to e ca cd in: repaired to the N': ....1 j ilwjssjiia principal'I 'If Administration on he est.t-p of Janie Files, u'ec'il.Quiiiry .
i-m it is to avoid the cr'ater evil allowing neto by portions at a time : and those wh'i have sub- CUItED.
bribed tic .ist leader had been .-.kd. I mari, 306w GIDEt JN H W hilN. I
t Y come to town at n'ght; to purchase their on presented last fall, with the view of DE LA MONTERAT'S COLUMBIAN VEGETABLE
working out their portion need IX weeks after '!oIle .. will -ipply 10 tlu- County
by no means be afra
mall arjclec: )
u.ra iarc: the mean" of doing. It has en'iHy offered, for i w.11 require just as much work to inane An affray on .' -d .v I' e\v ( :' s si-re :it ration on the estate of J'i' TBuoks.. d.'cea>.d, IllLt' IS the most valuable remIt)' ever y t discovered for

rrIe'1: 'hiv* reputaVe i establishments which the road under the ihaiter as under the old subscrip Union Court Hou?f". iv'ijf.i; .!......!{ !l-inl: to i-ne of I.I of said county. HAHUhBURNEY: iie cure *f Coi.g 3, Colds, Coruiimpti.n.IzMma..

1 'mr!; 'll b-K-oc' hy tradir.ir with slaxes under covr'or tion ; and as the labour w il be in demand: the ihe parties ; S. t*. t; i in, resi i.;.. j ,u !iiM pl.ice.iri'la A.GOFFIi. Sfit'.ing Lit of D'uutl, iiid all diseases of the B'tasl and
same ullowance will be in, de for it as c .uld othcr- :Ir. Lon of RT'inticelln.rmrrh eth I'-Sl. 306w. gs. Prepared by J. BOYD, Philadelphia. It
. lhe .
c&rPvs sto'en' property at haIr its value, and ): I hsirr-i : --J bctn jMinbliiii! ;
the disturbed
wise have : done -I h -oir.i! ses nerves, gives strength to the
-een and it fo lows : t'i i'X ks aSt ;ll be
aimost as a matter I- soni'* altercation 1 k I 'Wf'I' :r Uale aoj.ucaiK.a \ lei
!cabled the boner< iH il"duqrif to obtain fair price s of that the loo p : ilInIIICII A..I':> ,, ,3 LU.ICS, repairs the Appetite,improves the Spirits, etc.
course in : :he honourable the of the 01'ctT
: county
company roomy
: :'or tie procure <>f tl.tir little fields. It has had a a-tively: the construe i n ot their worWI Ii g seized Bailey by the 'lllIa"! -- ; c, ilTllr lClll'ely Jrevva I :rson. for I leiicrs of / dminiiralion on the esiaie Bill of Dirccti -us accompanying each .little of the

s >jj m\ra' effect on both the b'ack and white popnr Ir I- be compelled ''o accept all the labour bat is offered ; pistol from; his .pucket : "J iit! him dttJ.wn I nf James B>\> >k\, late of said county ccr.1sed.! Specific; pointing nut in a most conspicuous manner

r tin:: If the my and vicinity, and we are isfied giving those wr.o would have worked out their sir,ck I: we last iieanl fro.rn Ui.i.tn, C'icy! was confined I, \ 'lrc" d. 1-34. ((3116.T) A \1' It. mt:' 'KS. .ill the symptoms in heir difft rent stages of the disease
according to the old subscr.pt the but will most likely l-.esinrtiv JtilL'dPatriot.! and particular directions respiting the treatment vhile
'ta!b l:ots and fanatic: may loo'on with pious ho-- same rpporm- f J i JI 't.--3IX WC"l"s tU.tr .1:11'; lrolali ni-ike z.'j- it with
using well
nitv work together
to ou their "u cc! under the I i. : many authenticated ctrti
I Ti' :1'long as ihe ctwe of humanity and virtue are daily as all such labour that would be present, espe plication to the Judge! of the Count) Court of ficates of cures, etc.
e nted As regards intemperance, we appeal to have the preference. There is a further inducement would l fcti.-lir' Pa. Jan. 13., Leon County for letters of iniri-.traiuin; on the estate In consequence of the great and increasing demand
Awful .
for those who : c'C'urrl111cc.-d.. Mie of the u., ltsCf )f Ji'Sri'h It. Lane, dccca d. fur this specjlic the is enabled
have reduce
to the
.. ,.te-er of 0110 rvation who h3'cicit.d this place, spare labour to ioin to prom-ite M. proprietor
irrli b. I 1H.M.: G6w. ELIJAH ANDE\-
e to dcnde whether, if it is remaikable! in any way ;n this work, that the r"su't of the a'complis'nnent of last \vo :;, 'in aite-npt \\ nude to enterthe -_ - puce Lt o 75 ccius ptr Dottle,thereby cnablmgittocon.cwithin

j. ts: : rpPe' it is not for the number of }persons who the enterprise wi.1
iVam : from the of ardent Our country, togre.itly enhance .cvalueoflabo :r as wellas 1! ing lilt SO IIIUOU llf the ivirUlfllV iJ! M1./'r R. In For' ,: ",,'ks at'ioiJ' vr applicoiii :i !jC I IIC, mad 12 | Dr. 'IIA.P UN'S Anti-Dyspeptic Pills.
; use spirits.
entirely proper'y in general. There every inducement admit the hint to i'r' i'.% the bolt. \% bile! (hit :Ji'.i-ouraule, the county Court for the C ur.tv ;- Th-s- Pills have been sucres.fully used by thon
. nrciis are always free from loungers, and except on then for every itizen in this !section cf the Territory I .r Lon, ;for Ir-ave to sell the real estate ot Henry sands who can testify! to their saprnor efficacy
b p'lic, day:. lave noihir.gto; distinguish) them f-om to lend their active support to thisi-iipro.-ement it, was lining done, ,M Kingho wa.* in th 0 B. FittS, late ofsaid County dec'-l. many other remedies now in use; for the cureof Dyspepsia -

ordinary: boarding houses. Forty boarders may be whi-h promises so much for the prosperity of the st)rf, arose :io.n V.lie.l\ ; and loaded a mu.k.1 \larf'h ", ((30lw.( ) LEMUEL BRUCE. in all their complicated forms they give strengthto

1; m at a dinner abe! and not ha'f a di'7en glasses ofjfpr.ts country and the individual i cuefit ot t em-elvp heavily wit!} s -it, an::I when; the (iVHow is.icc i., -' -Je'jililaied! [ organs of digestion, re.inir the appe-
The merchants, planters, me hanics and I ers I EXECUTOR'S O'I'IC tite, removes nausea and sickness of the stomach habitual
drank tfap We doubt much if 'cklllll III 11i. for hmi. bind
.s by company. caled; fill : J'NU! anxv. -
are upon 10 up the subscription boo'which s, A ;.L ;fr.sons hating demands against_ the e.sUte (.f c,)raiveness, head-ach, palpitation of the heart
pprotts of retailing spirits has ever, in a sin lf' ii.- would be a--compKhed with but a mall .is tJI \'. illr:. tlw '. .: (.it Kin: !; tired f lor dwOP I 1 Itt /aincs Parmer, deceased, late of this ccunty, arc and many other nervous affections. They contain no

': Iranre, rllJ: for the license and bar attendance. It -mount from each of thoevho can bir n \- | {''til_, atul :ed.t:: %,. ;i.- wb'le toad: in liir hfadot requ.red to present thcii cLiin& duly uihe.111icatf'd i. Mercury, nor do thev sicken the stomach, they are a

.. Its nIl known, 'hat a CHOGMIOP cannot and never 1 ash ledge that thev art decry: terevted in t..c project. lae villian. t.tkn off ;It the sa mime tin*-' M- I' within the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever mild and safe cathartic : there is no restriction in diet

- ken sustained in Tal! ahasee. Yet this slan- L. barred ; those indebted to the estate. are request-r or drink or 'vrirp. to wet or .1t1rl wni1e ,ijng. .hpm....._
rious I wral 1 of HIP litigoia 't i Ih.- h-ii'd. iNr' :ul.1 -- -- -- -- ----- ---"t7 -
FRANCE : : ud to inako immediate payment. Bill of directions %ill accompany each box of Pills

4 prer say< so'1 nety is contemned.Ve are almost There is precious little new from Franco. Civil hall his hf.ulv i. lijirv o.t. it is sup, { 1 .edlif j I. G. SEA RCY, Et which will fully explain'their effects. ,

ickned to think tha: he him;elf has on some occa- contentions in lie Metropolis are spoken of, d..i J II..->;lllt.1:1o'llu.I: i v' r !lf '.'ii .t. of -( 'Ii 'l RICHARD :SHEFFER.: 5 C tor S Fron the will known reputation of tnese Pills for

* non. afforded amu>crnen' fr tLc: boys who are sure, hut we find no particulars. Associations wcie vet wiiti niniiiiiir oij'w.t-. h;-:'ru :'V >I'. Kin.:. SOt March Sib, 1834._3oiv.dANDREV ) many years, the proprietor (J. BO VD, Philadelphia)

Jf they catch an un udwj ht oxicatcd. to hflw.. '. deems it unnecessary to give any further detail of
B forming by the working chases. Several medic! II.lt; lit" fell I ;'\ JL> "!<{ i ii id nil a- < '.:njne u.n.f1 JACK :.-The no them. A fresh has
been received and for sale
: .
iur I ,
!. I skill in firmp nxk ts and crackers. He thought'e students' had been arrested nn-1 the trials ol I blixnled horse
II I folI"u' in.ii' mfii I v.isi: ..trt' ..f.iiic'i--noo by appintment by F.. B. PERKINS.

: rofuci'-h fel'ows intemperate, no doubt, in pun- of the members of the Society of" Less droitu de 0 h-IU! J:" : fl, e'iiM'Z' uI ,1. \l! r. 'ttfl W y.' '1JIT Tallahassee, Nov 23d I5tf

I ; : xaarkaWe for 'Ii' ir temperate habit, with the excf of course ; but the capital was re.irt'ser tod FRESH DRUGS.

cp'ion one individual', who presided at the early to be comparatively tranquil. II issuitetl that fie: by the lt.roj.t u-it_ ;z. -in-: iipiM.-M .; he nad This Stallion is S3 well known throughout Southern WINN & VICKERS hiving

r.is s'ttlement: of the co.nry fr a few months. As for Duke Orleansisabou : to visit the U n.Tt'11 I Stales, tiMsard hi-j M '.- -') u It th. '|1:1I.: v'< litrlcss! States, and this Territory, as a successful racer, J1- purchased that large and-

]C"beggars nn the dnngh]," accordin to the chaste and to pa"s n year in our country. He was to tJudyV<-< ..-t
ipression of this lying hypocritee hav-- never I embark in March.In : Kii'g tl(''.;.'; i. d J :ii-'I i.- ''!f :M!J n, in.' authorities. i.ary.H recently purchased at N.Y.

last owntha: they i ave been remarkable in re3rclto the political trial ol the Frien.U \\ Irtl it i-> tn.t n I tttr k1'irriiintiOfi! w- i i is seven years old, of the best stock in the United by Dr. John l'Lemore-in-

-i any country of the Kjcrit! of Man," now < injr on, it is si.d hn Jie.irJ. States, teeing sired by the lamous Timole, one form their friends & the pub-
stfi sobriety and g e Out ,
temp ranee, for men do not be- ,l f the most celebrate1'' and famous colts of old S r Irchy S lic generally that wih
"Tne i is indicating its fears and us they
fiV ccne suh m this favoured Ian: who possess :.he:e5i.ities. government -his ibi". was by the high bred imported horse accommodate on the
' weakness. The irarrison of Wr>ailles, has. for .\ tal-u: tf! inn.- .' :.< editor: of a papei in '' -grani-ddin| by the imported horse Tupp. I most liberal and reasonable terms, with every ar ice

-i. There Las been bin! one attempt made in this place some days fFhe past, been jrraduallv drawing nearer to. I L''l.1laruJ I .\ V. !Mfij, cii'lcavon-d to ex- tie is u bl-hjii .'ay-upwards of sixteen hands high, i, usually kept in their line of business; and hope th.::
'Jform Paris. troops, infantry am! artillery, aie billeted 'and unites great strength with beauty of f- rm and strict attention &assiduity to business,wiJI entitlethein
d.JD. a temperance sOl c: Had the individual the o :jjjs Mibscriber, and
} at St. Cloud, Boulogne; and! Sevres, which I cit co'Ii1).1.i0' uction.Certificates. to a librml shnrcof public patronage. Their store is

ta&ied himself to this object alone, he would have: places are crowded with soldier Moreover, the j'I indue.lluiu ti. n.id .v.-r the cash. by stating <.f :ass Pedigree will be furnished situated in Jefferson street, in the house recently oc-

a: Ret t with no opposition. The truth is, under thist 80,000 '' intelligent bayonets," of the national, j ib.it bo bad !1.-:1 p'-.Mt-d by bis; wife, with TERMS $25 to insur", (tho owner to pay if the rnarei cupit by Edward W. Dorsey and Co. 9tf

ofj. ak, be attempted to inculcate principles so illiberal, Guards, are told to be ready, Ib* tii
a-olerant: and bigoted, that pubic: disgust and indig- fide red cap Republic is about to ic-appear as in 1 i.i &.M I .'".-alih! ami nltely: to do w_ 'II. Thiantioiin :*- \;I jl5 writ be oddM to the above rates if not punctuallypaid during our absence.VINN 4V1CKERS..
tiuon was roused. by the hrst of June. march B, 1834 30tf.CP TaIl.hisse. October 29th Utf
The constitution proposed, pro- the terrible days of June .- cd sensation I j i
'C"I& j eat
te wed all intercourseeither It believed that the indictments edllclut! be .i. gi among ; Reason commences on the 8lh day of March,
in trade or society, with was I I II I
:f *** vho the f \t': f i i _
refund sustained.La .
IV to signed it !!! This fanatic, we I
I it informed, even advocated the separation of diiie Vendee.-Late letters from Nantes state I Loult ..c iviitr\\as selling a bad exam- Sporting p Jna l mm 'Ym ll
0% : 1U schools, the saints from the wicked!! Is it that an ns ociatiunf 500 robbers has been estab- 111| .Iht. It acjnarithe., alarm is a false one. J ,bT received a full suj''ly ol Irtsh drugs, spices,

0* !:Cethntiat with the ished in that city, and Hut they .utick: whole} districts h' ,'iitoi i a wajj-and the explanation ofhis perfumery, etc etc

1erai, generous proc and edings uncongenial and even the troops. It w reported thai t 1 j| ccnfiding spirit of the South, degrees, on brass ales of 22 inches ; Lir.mnsTumcf-
rUnt It l.GU1d hare been universally condemned 1 The Ii- they have committed many murders. In a :ale I and Jonr :5iidsi'n! a .on and three daughters, iC'LC. : :Maynard and Noye'scelebrated Inkand Ink

; tie le Ll'-is1ature i i most wonton and unfound- encounter, forty of them have been captured which, }I 1 j who hac: t>. .'I lonu ,n.scni, from husband and Powder ; Lowe and Reeds genuine Chlorine tooth

. t. lndl\.idua.ls may have met on convivial it is hoped by the inhabitants of Nantea will be patent, .':.i'i i : in I lfamj-tojid and were wash, the best article knoun for discased teeth and
o.catts -
: the means ole dispersin&r the Innditii. gums ; Bullards Oil of Soap for cleansing oolen
but it is united and settlnd in his
false that they ever met as a for acuin baopit) OHP
FOIt'I'UGAL.Advces cloths; salts ot Lemon, for removing ink and stains in
-e.: Purpose of drinking, or that at any time "shameful new htrjae, which be had just tintshtd.I ."- cloth ; Lucifer and Phosphorus matches ; Osborne's
Lisbon the 12th December
5t 'JOllcahon< 'nsued." The assertion that the Legbi from ale to i !I Lowell Jt urtal. celebrated water colours etc; beautiful glass ink stands
: has bed Great sensatkm had been excited bv. the attemptedarrest and Pounce boxes and medicated
J its sittings on Sunday is worthy of the ; fancy lozenges
i tlta.l of Count Parta, by the orders of Don Pedro, f Tallahassee Races for Saddle barley powdered etc. All of whichwill
spirit, in which the whole article is written Seed Corn and Birds.-As it is about the timefor T Spring Horses I patent sago, etc.
Lhetenn although) the act was subsequently! disavowed,- I will commence, on the second Wednesday in be sold cheap for cash or approved credit.E. .

I .L."U d, _is limited bv law of Congress to six weeks. He wa-s charged with having published letters reflecting -i planting, 1 would mention a remedy against April next, and continue three days, free for Saddle i B. PERKINS.

)1. so happens that Sunday is the last day of the aeverely upon the measures of Don Pedro's birds : as I have formerly received much damage, Horses only, agreeably to the rules of the Tallahassee Tallahassee, December 14th iMf

esion i and notwithstanding every effort to com.rtte government. A remonstrance againtthc attempt-1: and was making m> complaint to a gentleman of Jockey Club, except those relating to weight -

;[ the business as to adjourn on Saturday and ed arrest was presented and signed by the Duke Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, when he FIRST DAT.-2 mile heats, Purse $75-entrance $10. ROWA1D'STONIC

luuons, me the diiections, viz : To a bushel StcoND DAT.-I mile heats, Purse $ -entrance i
,o f unanimously adopted to do so, they have of Terceira, Palmella, Louie, and many other gave following of MIXTURE.A .

,0- compelled to meet on the last LEGAL DAT by im of the realm. It was alierwariJ!justified by of'seed corn put in a tub, turn in one pail $10.THIRD FULL of this valuable medicine is
jnant peers and stir it well then turn the corn DAT.-1 mile, single dash, Purse $-entrance supply just
ofait : unfinished business. Here is truth told in Don Pedro, and his defence of it occasioned very hot water, up $10. !. received i shall hereafter have it constantly on

h away. as to become an outrageous falsehood, by strong reprobation among his friends and suppor I into a bucket, and let it drain t few minutes ; then To be made up of the entrance money ef that day, hand.
| of hot.
the tub and turn in one tar
tOG who is professedly a teacher of truth and i put in quart and the gate; money of all three days. But if it should! IT 18 WARRANTED TO BE A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL

If.1 .mess. ters.Miguel was still entrenched nt Santarem, with stir it quick s as t make it stick to al the grains exceed $50, the residue to be hung up to be run for in REMEDY FOR FEVER AN!) AGUE, IF TAKEN AGREEABLE

,A the and Pedro with an of of corn ; then turn in four quarts plaster, stir twenty five minutes after, by the loosing Horses of TO THE DIRECTIOKS. Reports having been circulates
tbe charge of gamblin". -e are not answerable, about 15,000 men, army it well, and it will stick finely to all the grains of that day. THO. BROWN, that this mixture contains arsenic, 1 am directed hv

ex?-ses committed who about equal {Jr occupied a position equidistaotIrom all become round and Marth 8 1834. and the Pt oprietor to say that these are utterly falsa
:vr. ,3 1Ily, by strangers occa- to Lisbon. It is reported that ne- corn ; and on stirring, they .. ((30tf.) Sec'ry. Proprietor. reporta
'i11 Santarem -and I-am also authorised offer
Congregate in the and plant come fine to a JUvard of 10,
frontier from ; up
a town
3 t qUa.ners of gocialions were on foot between the rival brothers, separate, t and ofa RgmD f Rl/i' lGR.f1ND 000, Dollars to any one who will prove the existenceof
blades of thrifly
all the corn ,
globe. It is the vice of and appeared
not our
':: of France and But the least of Arsenic
the auspices England. particle Mercury
10rl ies. ,It K true under dark and I am confident that no CONSOLIDATED LOT1ERY, Antimony,
we try the speed of our horses of this there is much doubt, a division of Pedro's very screen, or any other poisinous ingredient in it.
Q.sionally! meddle with I have 5.
it1 hue und pretty good ones we have too, for forces is said recently to have been cut \.. piecesby fowl great or small, wi it. CLASS No. In order to prevent imposition from counterfeits, no
described for three fjjTOR SALE AT THIS OmCE.Jpi
bealen' the practised this as authorised
ill best blood old Virginia and Ca- A general engagement was years persons except agents will be furnished by
a,but then Mguel's troops. make other offorts to off birds. My the with the mixture
idles our course is owned by gentlemen, and no keep A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-All persons I Proprietor to sell again, I an
'd. l hu SO far been soon expected.The on the corn comes up well, and receives no injury J: having claims against! the estate of Henry Mur sole agent for Midcle Florida, and am assured by Mr
distinguished GC'vernment
for fashion Firebrand steamer
rgood order beauty, Falmouth ray, are required to present them duly authenticated Rowand that.except( a small lot sold to Mr Eccles),

Irish station has been ordered round to MIXIOBATION OF CLIMATE.-The argument within lhe time prescribed by law, or they will be not a single bottle has been or will be sent, or sold by

ito ,11(1.( E to take out Lord and Lady Howard de Walden to in favor of the gradual improvement forever barred ; those indebted to the estate are requested him, to any person in Middle Florida, except to me:
et, tf ITol.I have will it is expected, return which some urge Jlrs'nic has been discovered
Our luL not seen the name of either Lisbon. The derived from the to make immediate payment. If tn any mixture called
'g01 members from this County announced as with Lord and Lady ffllliam Russell. of our climate, is mainly 258w GEO.G. HOLT. Ri,wand**, it mutt have been in some of the tpurim imfe
t.hltes the history of Europe.-At Rome, for example, which l ,. All therefore who the
approaching election, for members Some of the accounts represent that in the Al-\ tion persons wish genufne
i 4 I :.7.eSlsl&ti' Council It has been rumour- the cause of Don Pedro was growing des- is but half degree South of this city,'whole yearssometimes W ILLIS & RANDOLPH have as Tonic Mixture-should be cautious of whom they purchase

.a cS-ime past that MaJ- Ward, did not intend irarves of 8,000 Miguelites were beseffing pass without the sinking to DOCTOR'S in the practice of medicineand it: My'label will be en every bottle sold by me:
for the oerate. An armY and Juvenal and perhaps offer their services to the Office E B PERKINS Solo for Middle Floridd
*** :., next Council but dees bothttSl the fall of was hourly expected. the freezing point ; yet professional public. : : Agent
7 6MU. and leave the field entirely u new Lage Fe4roite which maintainthat a mutiny other old writers, speak of the Tiber being frozen between the Honler'a Hotel aa i Lambert's. 22tf FOT 23d 15tf

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f .- .- dutaeiin i cut said words-the yeas std nays ware required
j, .. J7 'IIL _,,_ WALTOR COCHTT. of a clerk for the discharge of certain necessary the I by Messrbadter and amith-Yeas, \
! PltO'Ea.lNGS HT. l.EGISTLACRE.l the Court. David Gartman. 1 Office, and fr the oettcr seuntyof; Mr.-Pn
'. ,, Judge of Connty the Executive ; Treasury ( M -ears. Bird, Uupont Forbes Green, Kirkland '

Justice of the Peace.-John L. McKinnon, Alex r. Turner. Documents and of that Office, and oi
; papers Priest Riz Robinson and Ward
Reso- loss llNn /Me':
.:. (Proceeding of Thursday continued from our Icat.) Judge of the County JACKSON Court.-COUWTT.Peier W. Gautier, Jr.. I ry Depar ment, beg Ie to Report the following $luunt, Chamiler Gautier and Smith 4. So Y the'mOt a < to

Mr. CUANDLER on a former day, offered the Resolution Justices of the Peace.Thomas M. Bush, Hector McNeil, I II lution Resolved' by the Governor and Legislative I Council of. prevailed, & the amendment is made. The said bill, ,..
11 following, to wit :- I James Brown, Richard L. Watson, Henry J. Holmes 1 LewisHolland be and he is hereby authorized read a third u'me-Tho yeas and nays being required
Council tf Alexander Bcllam John Britt, Owen Williams Beuj.Hogjr Florida, That the Governor I Mes r i handler and
, ; Resolved by the Governor and Legislative } the Executive Office, whose it passage by : Blotnt, were :
. the Territory of Flonda, That the Delegate in Congress1rom Britain Mayo, James N. Smith, Peter Simmons, Silas to cmpley a Clerk lug dollars shall be. paid. I S President, M..tt.rfOJ. Bird, Blount, !Dupont, 1' Jlr.
hundred I orbea
. Wood, Henry D. Stone, John Hopson. salary I not exceeding
this Territory, bo requested :o use his exertions ti Gautier, Green. Kirklana, Moorinir, Priest, Riz, .
W. Nowland Stone. not otherwise appro Rod,
Auctioneers. Hugh in the Treasury
-Henry of
.j i procure an appropriation of two thousand five hundrel Inspector of Lumber.-Jeremiah Loftin. out any money jn, Smith and Ward, 14-Nay, Mr. Chandler So 1 ilia

., dollars by Congress for the completion, and continuance A'otary Public.-Charles Stone. priated."'hirhVa, read and agreed to ; the resolution I thereto : said bill i i- lpa IoHed. Ordered that the title be a3 aforpsuid,.
' ol I the publication of the Laws of this Territory, according GADSDEN CorNTT. until to-morrow. A bill, entitled "An act to piovidefor the Cw.
read and uenwof
. >< to the act of this session, entitled" An act for the continuance Judge of the County Court.-Charles H. DuPont. appended, was from the select on committe, to whom was the Capitol," was read the third time and passed..,..
of the compilation of the laws of this Territory. Justices of the Pttzu.-Josmh W. King, Daivid G. Raney, Mr. LOU.T the Governor Ordered that the title he as aforesaid.
t EDWARD CHANDLER, Chairman, Daniel Kenan, David: Ochiltree, William B. McCall, John Buie, referred a communication from his Excellency A bill, entitled An act to incorporate the
Daniel M. Hiuson. made the following Report :
'- Finance. tho of "
i on Trustees of School Lanc .Archibald Smith, Jr. WilliamNorwood : The Select Committee to whom was referred the Message Railway Company o city Key West, was r
Which again read and adopted. tie bfcond nnd third time-the rule
was being waived
Robert Stewart. ol the Governor of the 25th 01 January in relation and
> An engrossed bill entitled .* An act to incorporate the Notary P&lblic.-baa K. Harris, : Pa;sad. Ordered that the title be as before stated.
the Election! of Chief Magistrate ol this Territory by
I :Tlorida Peninsula and Jacksonville Rail Road Company:! Appraisers of the Union Bank.-Simpson Willson:: Daniel tn the people thereof, beg leave toREPORT A bill, to be entitled "An act to amend dn act to incor. f

. i was read the third tim?-the yeas and nays being required Kenan, Jas. A. Woolen. porate the city of Pensacola," passed Feb. 9, 1833, aDd

}, on its passage, Uy Messrs. DuPont and. Gautie, JEFFERSON COUNTY. : approved Feb. 15, 1833, was on motion of iMr. Blon
That while they disclaim intention of exception: to art
Court. Arlnlle Murat. any
were Mr. President Messrs. Bird, Blount, Chandler Judge of the County indefinitely postponed.A .
yeas Justices fif the Peace.-Joseph McCants, William Budd, the present incumbents of !the offices of Governor and
Gautier. Green Kirkland' McKinnon, Morin, entitled An act to amend the
J bill, to be several
Benjamin Manning, Hillary 1'1 itehurst, James M. K. Holli- Secretary, as to the manner in which they have dischargedtheir ;: Actj
J, I Priest, Riz, Smith and NVard, 13-Nays, Messrs. DuPon, man, Cornelius Beesley, Barthey Wynn. duties or otherwise, they agree with, the Executivein ( in relation to the driving or bringing; into this Territory
end Forbes, 2--so the said bill i is passed,-- rder d that HAMILTON COt: TY. opinion, that the election of those efficers is properly ael1ls neat Cattle belonging to p 'rsons or citzens of the several

'" the title be nc: aforesaid. Judge of the County Court.-J.imcs :S. Bell.MADISOX i belonging to tho people. Howmuch soever well Stales," was read the second time-the louse went into
A bill entitled .i An act amendatory to an act, concern- COUNTY. comm ttee thereon-Mr. Diipont therefrom
of Flouda have to be, with the the
ing Executons"-was read tfce! second time,--the House Jndge of the County COLUMBIA Court.-James COUNTY.B. Mays. Officers satisfy selected people bv the National Government, the .ex..r- sain) amended, which waagreed to-the rule being
" Went into committee, on the said bill-\Ir. Chandler there waived said bill read third time and
was a
Justices cf the Ptacc.-Hou.rt B. Clayton, Charles '\ Cn1- cise of this RIGHT, is too valuable to be yielded without passed. Or.
J from reported the same, with amendments, which were dared that the title be atorr'said.
J.lhn Lee David 'Fhomas Elias, foundation of Gov as
\Yilon Brooks the
amend luv, ;: Lang, Jr. necessity. It is every Republican I
agreed to by the House,-Mr. Forbes moved to W jacks Julio A bill, entitled *. An act to amend an act
t James 'l'. 1retort, Warren Jluore'l'heuphilus dr. ernment. Deprived as we are, rf all participation or influence re IJJatir.t
I i Ii aI'd hm by striking: out from the 4th section the Nine wordy". D. O teen, James Niblack. in the choice of the Chief Officers of our Territory the etude -of proceeding( on Alt.u'hmenK";." was taken iipm
. .c nt tbp"nrorpssim1n''OQtrs of physicians & u+ ys ; JiiJr rfthf Coun Court,Robert Brown. of thc whole Mr. Riz therefrom
r'lult llt. "alu .. ., d"nird Un. voice in the Election of National comiuiltee t
aurl11tt'eupott; < -r. seconded the call-Yeas, Mr President, Messrs. Forbes, Judge of the County Court.-Francis' R. Sanchez. risers, we are rather the subjects: oi uoiomai vassuiagt-, th- Nunn mender! which way l2'rt t-d i to- Mr. Gautjjf

Kirkland, Mooring, Robinson & WarG-Nays, Messrs.Bird. Justices of the Peace.-Charles W.aldnui, Isaac GarrisonHenry than the citizens of a free rf'puhltc-Our p esent system offered as .in amendment t folo\ving: section[ :

: : Blount. Chandler Du Pont. tfautier. Green, Ic 1,10- Hearn, Jonathan Thigpen, Wiley Tnompson.: of Government i is totally inconsistent with the genius ot.. h Be it (further enacted That ncn-residents of t air

non Priest Riz and Smith. MSo the said motion isJostand DUVAL COOTY. five institutions. Why should we be denied a more equal : k Territory .shall: nut be entitled to the benefits ofth'3ac' ,
Judge of the County Court.-John L. Doggett. of the of or the act of which it is unless
said bill i is ordered to be engrossed tor a third Streeter participation blessings Government with ouiVllow > : amei.datory the debton
Justices the Peace.-Chules E. Flint I.
of Squire 1 citizens of the :States:) I Are we alone incapable I whirh the Attachment is sought to be Isut'dVas .
reading on tomorrow.A John Broward, Stephen Eddy, Moses Curry, J..hn A Cavadu, COli'I"
bill, entitled 'An: act for the relief of Benjamin G. George Fleming, Benendino Sanchez, Robert Bigeloxr.Notary of self Government 1 That no people are is the everyday 'I"* tracted m Territory."

Thornton," tray: taken up in committee of the whole- Public.-H--rotio S. Dexter, 1 Isaiah! D. Hart. ur ume.lt of despots ngain: >t liberal: in..tituons., and And upon the uuop'ion of the ame, the yeas and oar s

Mr. Smith therefrom reported said bill without amend,- Auctioneers.-Robert Bkri-lovv! H. D. Baldwin, Hi-ratio S. may as well be urged against the National and St te GII\- I I \vt-re required by M,'S-rs. Gautier anil DuPont-Yeag; ,

f ment'bich was agreed to, and said bill was read a third Dexter, James B. Mason, Benendino Sanchez ernments of thh Union, as against the people of I Honda. ', 'tl l('s-r!'. Blount and G.tutier, 2 -Nays:, Mr. President' .r

time-the yeas and nays being required on its passage by Inspectors of Lumber.Matthew H. Philips, Joseph 3. Lan- We may be yet poor and unable; to support a State Gov- ,I Aleasr: Bird. DuPont, Forbes Green, Kirkluul. Pri,t,

J oNlessrs. :';rpcn and ( 'handler, were yeas Mr. President, caster, Squire Streeter. NASSAU eminent, and hence our application tor admission into I iiiz, Kobinson, Smith and Vird; 11. S IJ the >.ud amend. I
,\ Kirkland MeKinnon COUNTY. the Union should he deferred. But dOt want ol meat is lost, and the said bill was re.ul a third time
Messrs. Bird, Blount Chandler, Gautier, Justices oj the Peace.-J< eph R. Prevail. James Bessnnt :S our and 1
: Mooring, Priest, Riz, Robinson and Smith, 12 : James Sparkman, John D. llr:1dJuck'Illialll Turner, John wealth render us incapable of exerri-ing: our judgments passsed.: Ordered that the title bo as aforesaid. 1V

N aJ:;. Messrs. DuPont, Forbes, Green an
I,, the said: bill is passed. Ordered that; the title be as afore +Votary Public.-Domingo' Acosta, William Haddock.Auctioneers. ) show. that it is when a people have become enervated 1 b} raise tho Revenue for the Territory of Florida" waioi,
said. .-D.wiiinr') AeoMa, William Haddock. wealth and en-e, and luxury, that they relax their vigilance I I no.ion of \1r. Gautier, laid on tho tabiu until the fourth

..., A bill, entitled "An act for the relief of Jesse HYillij ST. JOHN'S (;Ot: TY. become careless, and exhibit apathy in the choice 0.' thdi- of Juiy next. I
"\ >." was read the third time-Mr. Green moved .to Judge of the County Court Eiias B. Gnuld. ma iitr.\tr.s.: A community in the vigor and -tren.jih ut A bill, entitled An act to provide for the Election of r
the end of the Justice of the Peace.-Joseph Dele pine, Daniel Hiulhurt, youth, although i is not to become Governor the of this rer/ilory," t
the by people was
amend same by adding a proviso at Jjtnes Ri/, Timmas Douglas, John Drysdulc, Daniel S. Gris- poor prone inert or negligent on motion F
lat t4 lien, which prevailed no one objecting-Tho yeas wall, J.d\'in r. Jenk' on such subjocts.! of Mr. Ijl punt indefinitely postponed.A !. ,

i I and nays being required on the passage of said bill! bvMessrs. .Appraiser of the Union Bank of Florida.-P. B. Duma; viceJ. The aborigines of the country it is anticipated, ) are soon bill entitled .. An act amendatory to the act incorporating

> Gren and Rlnun*-were yeas 1r. President K. Cashes, dec'd. to be removed west of the Mississippi! and in intt'ret-* 01 the Trustees of the Pensacola .Icad' my, approved

, ]VIe-*.;rs. Pird, Blount, Chandler, Gautier, Kirkland, M:'- Respectfully your obedient servant, the United States ran exist, the protection o:" \vhicb will t Feb. 12 Ic31," was read the third time and passed.*

1 Kirinon, Mooring. Priest Riz, Robinson, Smith an11t d 11'P.. nL .1.tL. devolve upon the Executive of Florida. Thpm.ho domain Orderrd that the title be as aforesaid.A .t j

; t'd, 13-Nnvs. Me.-srs. DuPont, Forbes and Green, 3. Tho door being closed, the said communication was is under the control of other officers, and ,the other bill, to be entitled *' An art to provide for the appointment

:' So the said bill is passed. Ordered that the title be a s ro"\d: and the House consented to mid I advised: the nomination' national concerns in Florida have each their dioiiuct ad of Pilots and to regulal-j: th- rates of Pilotop, f

aforesaid therein contained, when: the door was n am.op. ned. independent guardian. at the Port of Key West, and for otVr purpose: ," oat ,,

Mr PRESIDENT laid before the Council, the following A bill, to be entitled An act to establish: a I anff ofFees Tho committee, although\ ; it was not specially refencu read a second time and ordered ior a third reading onto S]

communication from his Excellency, to wit : ," was taken up in committee of the t\hJIt'I.I. to thesis have deemed it advisable to suggest as connected I:,I norrow. .dIt

t Chandler therefrom, report; the same with amendments: with this subject the propriety of an application i.- A bill, entitl..dn act to establish Tariff of Fe 3,' a

EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ) Inch was agreed to by the House, and said bill is ordered Congress t for a Senate HS i is allowed in the Territories o: was read a third time and passed. Ordered that the t td 5 )1

TALLAHASSEE, February 1 12th, 1934. J to be engrossed for a third reading to-inorroiv. Arkansas (Michigan./ On f former occasions, the arguments ., as nfon'-s Jld. 1,

Sir-An act for the relief of Douglas Durnett, on examination A bill, entitled "An act for the relief of James J. in favor of allowing such application have been A bill. entitled h An a"t to facilitate the draining of Lr 1"'

cannot receive my sanction. A judgment rendered Board and Darius Clsipp," was read a second and third fully made known to Congress, throu.h; the Delng-Jte from '-''Ids," way rt'adt: third tim-the yeas and nays being| .m

by the Superior Court for the Eastern District: of time-the rule being waived, and pushed. Ordcied that this Territory. The committee c-ui but reiterate tho-e required! on its passage by Mt-'srs. handler: and Smiik

Floiida, cannot properly: be changed or reversed by the the title be as aforesaid. arguments, with the supcrmidrd sanction that experience \\'- I .j yeas :Mr. Presideutlle-sr r lout: iilonnt DuPont fa;

Legislature. It would be assuming judicial powers on A bill entitled An act in addition to the several acts has given to their truth, and request the Dt legate to uigtr (;:1 ..rr.; Green Kirkland, P.iesi, Riz Robinson awSn th

their part, and encroaching upon the authority of the now :in force regulating Judicial proceeding," was takenup heir importance.The : jj. II-Nay.Messrs.: Chandlir! uirt& Ward 2. So 1 hi

Courts. The errors of the Jury and Court, if any, shouldbe in committee of the whole-Mr. Rot>m.n therefrom. committee beg leave to recommend the. adoptionof the --aid bill K passed. Ordered; that thc title bra:; afore rc

corrected according to law-not by the Legislature: reported the bill amended, whir h _..0 ogrcoJ to \>y tho th*> nrrntnp. nying r".n'"lino' find pray to ice dischjiged said. 5-

but by the Judiciary. If the personal representatives 01 t : House, and aid bill! was read a third ti'llc-Yeas and I f-orn the further consideration of the subject. :' !I r. WARD on a former day, ffered the following r beor
rips> being required on its by 1\l-8.r I'handlerand All of which is ,. tJ
Duncan McRae, should have a judgment for two huntred passage :: respectfully submitted. h. )rind ;

dollars legislated against them, without having been before Ward, won: yeas )lr. Pre iilent. ..\Iel'tsn.. i Iird Blount, 1'IIO..IL BLOUNT, ;, I.,t;> i' ,: nittee on the State of the Territory, to whttmi mj. cJreo

the tribunalhich rendered such judgment, it woulJ DuPont Forbe, Gautier, Kirkland, h'Kiu'loll. Mooring, JOSEPH L. S\I1 I'll. I: "'. -,;-j.- c.>|jj.i>ir: ic-non o'' '.i;{ > Exc:;iiency: the G.}\' rnurt of j

be (even had the Legislature judicial powers,) obv.ously i Priest, iliz, Robinson and Smith, 13--Nays, Messrs. PETER U. GAUTIER, Jr. : ,. .a:' d.( -'. .,"'plus= nnu u..u consideration the subject >ia4 (

unjust nnd illegal.If | Chandler; Green and Ward, 3. So th ? aid bill is pas \. ROBI: '.SU.\. tern Uivrcv,., ..' C;; n.u; Report[ the f following of

the object of the act be to extend a pardon to the sed. Ordered that the title be a* before stated. Resolved, That the Delegate to Congress lie ":'" f T"TION: hi:
The House then until requested Be it resolved! bv it-: j.i-.f ,.1 L--oosh tive Council rf 11
adjourned to-morrow 10 o'clock.
slave Stephen, therein named, this is a subject belonging to use his exertions to obtain a reorganization of our Florida : .
That; th! < Gut rr 10U K epic-nrjsedr fir
It exclusively to the Executive, and cannot rightfully come FRID.1Y. FEBRUARY I I.W", J34. Territorial Government, so as to authorize the people to |).trciia>e maps ot'the'l'erritnrv t., i .- i sti In
h before the Legislative Council. Tho House met pursuant to adjournment a quorumbeing elect the Governor and Secretary thereof, and to have a i i to tne Governors of each of those Starry: ncs i itne bliCy

The intelligent Judge, before whom this trial was held, present, the journal yesterday's! proceedings was Senate added to the Legislative: Department. I U. S., who have transmitted. or may lie:, e.ifter transd indo
is perfectly competent to correct any trror of the Jury. read. Resolved, That copies of the Governor's Message ofthe maps of their res[>eciivt; States to'the Governor of FI iib,. ,

No copy of the proceedings in this case has been sub Mr. Riz offered a Resolution on the subject of LandClaims 25th January, and the foregoing Resolution be dUlY I I And that the Treasurer of the Territory be authorised to {11>

mitted to the Executive ; and before he can properly act, which was: read, and laid on the table until to certified and forwarded to our Delegate to Congress. the drafts: of the Governor therefor.Whit .

the record should be examined. morrow. Which was read and agieed to-iho resolution thereto b was read-the yeas and nays being required tfI

Judging from the act alone, I am constrained by justice Mr. BIRD offered the following Resolution, to wit : appended was read and laid on the table until tomorrow I its passage by 3Iessrs. Chandler and Blount were yea

end duty to reject it Whereas, it is made apparent to this Lrgi i-lative. Council Mr. ROBINSON offered the following Resolution, to wit : Mr. President, Messrs. Bird, Blouut DuPont, Gaatiri l"n.

1 I am respectfully, your ob't serv't, that the rivers Ocilla and Wacissa, in the Territ-iry t,f Resolved by the Legislative Council of the Territory of Flor- Green. Kirkland, Priest, Robinson, Smith and Ward 11
t \\ 1'1. P. DUVAL. Florida are suscpptible of being made navigable streams, ida, Thai the Governor of this Territory be requested to de-l Nay.Mr.. Chandler, 1. So the said Resolution i is adopteiA

r .Hon. Joss ,,"ARRErl'resmutnf:, -andhereas the advantages derived from the improvement signore- three, or more gentlemen in each of the Districts of bill entitled "An act concerning 'he Auditor i .

t!' the Legislative Council: and clearing out said rivers, would be sensibly felt, thi: Territory, to constitute a board; Otlntcrnal (rip procrments Florida, was read the second time, when the How, '1tJw
i\ l for tuffs Tcrrit"ry, soil to solicit of those i went into committee thereon-Mr. therefrom'' ,
: Which was read, and thereupon, on motion of Mr. by a large and respectable portion of our citizens, whose faun of authentic data in gentlemen, the COHt.c-1 i Chandler ime
reard 10 the imprO\-ents I reported tao hill amended rule
; Smith, the yeas and nays were taken cm passing; the bill 1, location in the interior under existing circumstances, de practicable in till'.arious sections erritory t which w-is agreed to-the .2..,,
and '
I'' entitled "An act for the relief of Douglas Dummett," prives them of the benefits of a ni-arrr communication. dense and embody the same together, and make a ,report to there con ,. being Orderen waived that ,the said title bill be was 4t read a third time and passed. p.(ul-l

against the veto of the Governor pas, Mr. President! t, Be it therefore Resolved by the Governor and Legis- of, to the next Legis'alive Council of this Territory, and that t An at t concerning the Audii
\ and Treasurer fl"nss
?tJeso rs. Bird Blount, Chandler, DuPont, Forbes, Gau !lative Council ol the Territory of Florida, That our Dele- on the receipt of such report, the Governor be authorised t n of the Territory of Florida.: "

tier, Kirkland, MrKinnon, Mooring Priest, Riz Robinson pate to Congress be requested: to urge the procurement of have 200 copies; thereof printed for the use of the next Council. The House then adjourned until tomorro10 o'cloc .FIt)
and an appropriation from the General Which! wa> read, tho rule being waived, was its a
Smith 14-Nays, Messrs. Green and Ward, 2. Government forth e put on SJ TUR 1V. pc
So the said bill is passed by the lawful majority of two- opening of the navigation of the said rivers Ocilla and passage and adopted. The House met 15th, 1533. be' 01

, thirds. Wacissa.! in conformity to a report made to tho Engineer Mr. CHANDLER presented a Resolution on the subjectof present, the journal pursuant ofyei-terday's to adjournment proceedings was quorum reuJ.! lbebe

1 Mr. BLOUNT from the committee on Enrollments, reported Department, in the year 1832, by Lieutenant Long, United i adjournment, which was read and laid on the table until I Mr. CHANDLER offered on yesterday the following! K seeage]-

as correctly Enrolled--leave being given him for States Engineer: stationed in Florida. tomorrow.An lion, to wit! :

that purpose: Which was read, (the rule being waived,) was put on engrossed bill, entitled An act in addition to an Rtiolvtd, That tie} resolution herefA )re adopted by t I. Dfr

An act to authorise! W. B. Hocker, to establish a its passage, and adopt, d. act ,'oncerningVills, Letters Testamentary nnd Letters house to adjourn on Saturday iwxr. be, and the .;ameisber, rig
Mr. Riz from the of Admistration, and the duties of Executors rescind: !, which was a;."atu read and adopted. Ilge
Ferry across Suwannee river, in Hamilton county." committee: on Claims made the following 1- Administrators Mr. UUIUST r.r,
"An act in addition to the at incorporating tho LaFayette Report : and Guardians," was read the third timo and Passed from the committee on enrolled bills reportas : hadas
Salt West." The committee Claims Ordered that the title be as aforesaid.An com-ci.y :
Company at Key on to whom was referred the "An act for the relief) of Benjamin G. Thornton." (
An act to authorise Wm. A. Bell, to build a Bridgee.crOl8 petition of Ede Van Evour with accompanying doe u- engrossed bill, entitled "An act to incorporate the "A'i act constituting a beard of Wardens f.>r the Port
Bayou Grande in Escambia' county." meiitu, have the honor Florida, Alabama, and Georgia Rail Road Co.npany" Key \\'CM.; -2

An act to provide for the correction of an err.r in the toREPORT was read a third time and passed. Ordered that the title u An act to amend an act, incorporating the town of Dlair .(.
publication of the Statutes of 1833." That the late period of the session of tho Council at be as before s>tuted.Mr. ana.'" SdcPor,

.' An act to alter and fix permanently the Sessions of the which this claim was presented to them, to wit : on the WARD heretofore, offered the following Preamble Pens" An rnla.n aci to establish a board rf Ward r.a for the Pert i md:

Superior Court in and for the District of East Florida." 12th inst,-has not prevented them from giving to it a lull and Resolution, to wit : An;! 5roh
An for and Whereas, It is desirable for the accommodation and act tinatlditionto the act of 1S33, incorporating t:
act to provide the establishment and maintenance proper investigation.From conve City of bt. Augustine." .
of Free School in the of St. an attentive examination ot'the people of Florida, that facilities communication "
a An
city Augustine. of the Law, under au ; should exist between the of the act 10 incorporate the Florida Peninsula and J&lcboao ind'i+
seat Territorial
"An act for the relief of Wm. S. Mooring." thority .f which he was: appointed, we find that the compensation 1 the town of Jacksonville, and the City of St. Government, yule tail Road Company." ,

Which were severally signed by the President.A for his services was expressly submitted to theI I Eastern District of Florida-and whereas it will Augustine be hut in the h An act to incorporate the Florida, Alabama, and Georg;
just tl
bill, entitled "An act to incorporate the Marine decision of the Executive : And from Mr. Van Evour's aflbrd the same J facilities of mail transportation to the Eastern) Rail" !Road Company."

Railway Company of the city of Kr.yV cst," was taken account, accompanying the petition, it appears to your portion of the Territory, as are already enjoyed by the West, An act t for the relief of Jewe H. Willis Hxen Latl i :

Up from the orders of the day-Mr. Chandler moved a committee, that he not only retained all the monies reedy- HI a semi-weekly mail from Pensacola to Tallahassee. And ChAO" act hey to\\incorporate' the Marine Railway Company! :

substitute therefor with the same title, which was received ed under his comn.ission, but claims a balance of $297 Whereas, it is believed that such an arrangement would pro An act in addition cst. 1* ft]
mote the views of to an act '
Government Wills Letters 'antPpt
concerning ,
;and referred to a select committee, with leave to report 47 cents. convenience and the public interest and I tamcntary, and Loiters of Adniinhintioi dutitf'
by direct and the
opening-a communication between
to.morrow-l\lessrs. Chandler, Blount and Green wereappointed As the law above referred to expressly provides, that vannah and Mobile, or New Orleans, with less than 2 40 miles Sa Executors.. Administrators, and l"i1-'[:an.n ceo
thereon. his compensation is to he paid out of the proeeeds of the of land carriage, over a country offering decided An act ibr the relief of James J. Board and Darius ClaP?! J.
The Ptesident laid before the Council, the foHowing rents, arising from the buildings at St Marks, your committee 1 for mail transportation. 'Ttperefureo advantages 'An act to alter and fix pt'rmancltlv tilt Sessions-of -28

communication, containing Executive nominations, to wit : are of opinion, that the claim does not require the Be it resolved by the Governor and Legislative Council of Superior** An Court in and for the district of East Florida." F
act to establish
action of the Council, and herewith return the Florida, That the Delegate in from a Tariff of Fivs."
doruments, Congress this Territory I Ilf An "
act amendatory to ...
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, and pray to be discharged from the further considerationof requested to urge upon the attention of the proper departmen "An act the an act, concerning Execution #
TALLAHASSEX, February ISth, 18S4. S the subject. the establishment of a semi-weekly mail, or if that he imprac ntory of Florida.concerning" Auditor and Treasurer of the
Hon. J. WAHREW, President: tirable, a weekly mail, to be transported in four horse .
Sir-J nominate ESCAMBIA COUNTY, Respectfully submitted, from Tallahassee to Jacksonville, on the St. John's river, and 'flg"An on Attachments.act to amend"an act, regulatin the mode of pr

Justice oj the Peace.-D. S. Robert JAMES RIZ, Chairman. thence to the city of St. Augustine. 41
McCravy M. Forbes An
Which was read aad 'd act to facilitate the "
John A. Simpson, Joseph Forsyth, James W. Ernest, Jackson agret to. Which was again read and adopted. U An act draining of Land:
Mr. amendatory ;
WARD to the Trns
Morton, Elijah Gaylor, Angus W. Nicholson, Beni. F. Kennedy from the committee on the State of the t Ter A bill, entitled An act to amend an act concerning of the Pensacola Academy act, inrorjM.rating; the "
ritory, made the approved February 12 183J.-
Henry Hyer, Charles C. Keyser, John Campbell, Samuel following Executions- ," was taken up-Mr. Guiltier from the mu- An act to provide for the completion( of the Cal"ito1."A .- as( tiua
Patterson John B. Foster.JlucUomeer.Blyden REPORT I
: jority, moved to reconsider the vote on the amendment II act to incorporate lhe College of Pcn arnla.pA Iti
Van Baun. The committee to whom was referred the communication proposed m: the 4th section bi.l r! entitled "An act of rtet'a
supplemental tf
by striking out the wordprofessional .- to the Charter I
Warden of Pensacpla.-Hanson Kelly, Jots Campbell I, ofhis Excellency the Governor of \(lelclJ1lI'Plantt'r's "
the 10th in. t., books physicians and Bank of l\Jagllllt' was taken < : \
John B. Foster, Beery Michele, Henry Witwn touching the of f.ttolneywhid. .onuiuttee of the whole-Mr. 'totpi
expedieocy authorizing the employment prevailed. A motion being made by Mr Word to strike Gautier UI .efi.UJ repOrted :
; awe amended wlucli tit N.
was agreed to., and said bill wU
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