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 7, 1835
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00133
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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; fTrtautborised jff to announce Col.fH _

l: M. WHITE, as a Candidate to UlhD FOR SJLE. f

1 1 the Territory of Florida, in the 24th. FLOgmIAN : undersigned baring purchased of G noral

I nf Of ihf JJnited! States. __ Fayette. the township of land in Ftnrii'a.sjMiK' .
t by the Congress of the Univd States,offer k
irired to announce Colonel JAM'S? for sa'e.!
t .'. .DEI\ a candidate to repiescnt the tel ; land i is situated in the iimicdiat n-ighboar* I

I /forIdft G.' in'the i5hConres of the UniuiJiv'7'h'1. "LAISSEZ NOUS. :FAIRE." Tal'ahassee.' and is I r'ieved, lor fertility of
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-- ; torn! advanages: be more valuable!

_ hrtrizcfl announce Maj. VV 1LLIAMT 1 1I mtt "mQ '- ::= __ = __ _,=__
I SIT candidate to represent the tcmin WI1ILQ
. \0 A the 24Lh Congress of the Cnitedfl' src, from whirh point to the shipping i

t ftorl d July.37th 1833. SOtf -- -_ St. Mirks, a distance of abou wenfy ,mile( I i *

NO rICE. ROBERT S. MRCTLI } p ST.V>: ifii J \t K o.\ ':'ILLE.c I i I is in contemplation to be made in"a short 4 it c3
.h,.r1-cd to announce WILLLIM B..C':1rC3U TIlE sale of the twenty-five Negroes, advertised I vs. }J Attachment. ,

,'rT.fLL as a oAivlHate 1 to represent the be sold! this d\v is unavoidably postponed un i JAMES CHAPMAK. Th public an- '() lion ot the St. Marks river has brrn r"- 'f

or FI d in thc -tt") : )nhrrs of the Uni- i til .he first week in next month. If not disposed of S suit has been eommtnced mrha: n ie;gllJ.lr Line u" ""( ', to a point within six miles! of the .

18\3 StfI. I previously, at private sale, they will positively be Till '! .)f the
| l by attachmenr. -- :e* Ins heiMi ,stHl> sicrn parr township, which will Mlfi-rtl
:' 'r FM1JEL -- 'STEPHENS-- -- -- soW lh" "iti II y thy\1 r.of llackky at pub' Auction, on Suturday., returnable to the next term of the County Court o,' :) \.11 1':1!! i 'vf.ee ai>!! Jacksonville! s:. ,v i iSprings I for a cheap and certain tran>p..nation of (

\ B. March. Leon County. The defendant Int311IXh\ rs interested : ; IC.IMIIW Tall-a'trt-s.-*' -'Vi'i-y '.' .: '
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.". .lttMJU'1 a. Law. I' The ivvncs will i IKI in Tilh'ussee! a few days previous are requested ton.nr and plead to the d"rlnri- !'i rnnd arriving at .1.K's ir. ilie on PP m' l.,vwVnf will Vc sold in pnrceU to i-nit iln.se \t'.!h- ;

I J hmi .ell ill QUJlICGad, tlcn (\ unI. to the 7'h, when OIT.r" will be received at nn- tic,. LEIGH READ, AttV. for I'.rT. travellers to the :%.'rti; ". ill 111'1: l --I'v f f.n a credit frt-in (fin ro eight y'am. 'i

*: I I,:,f(1 wil:I 1D {the 'cU rt of Ap- v.i'cali:. They are a prime, onlpose,l lITMIIT Feb. 7 2f tf s vryance St. Augusiineby c.T.C' ai.d; to =,1\ I ( r..icrs-thrtse w :hirjf, to rnnhu"c will : : ,

1 I. 'iVSuren'nl: >pUl'e r Courts of Giii: .drn, Leon and clnsvrs) and the will he soM in fa nil.es-To; approved pur- p-temv'' SALT: t 'i* bv {.t. S'eambvnt.! Pare 'lin.'Ju'.ii Ii way $ :5 I ) 10 eithrr of the Ut'd'r..inrd? ;
terms will b ,
arommod.uinFor fur- Jin.25 =.-. WILLIAM M rT'J'\ LI. ,
An 1. > :. [f23t11 JSO. C. H.tl .
J;. .,tI'c II" ,toUtIl.\ .-1vear. "Il'!' ;r.trlicu-t.s: "1 -Iy! to Mr. \VellforJ. Mr. M'Mul- Town Lots in Ir\vinton Alabama. HECTOR V l.RMLN: :.f

: s !len, or 2'1 r :\Yt:. c z SO :'ICr.l WILLI \,. P. CKAI'J.[ ..

fJSKS 31. sCtrrl.fTroRSEr \ V J0.1N CARNOCHAN.A. The undersigned Irivc brconr the owners an \ A T the next July Term o'!" (iiu-d j, '> te, November31t3. i. jjtfSavtnank
Pr "III\vi7L- .'.10. I 'priel t"s: oft'ie Tn".n ufhwISTt''oj.Ib! LH I,
Lm. .id-,nuns i'!.d ir '-h.-rs. of IK\KJ W. ( fL'IKt.t4, C''II!( W I.-iff. ,I and having lai.i I the MUIC: off i iu rT-'vcnifif u I >:s \vI!!I
ministnuTit'Jons H. Topp, ne i ,
nticello JrfcrsonL 4; PIFW' ON & C. expose thei. t 'bli"uc! on thC '*, 0:( \\I ,K-Miiy
,jl..te.I; hmi-elf in L J, n {.,"II'Y. wl,, he p P..1 J .. t'ti.ll| I"r., fjr ; ; I.1: kie/wInd E7I.1"i-. 'I!'! Sjto, :": i i1u
the first
\1. diy c-- AT ril next talc t. c. 1".1 ,
; i.: 'n
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I '-flr.J.c. t"lIlc'rs; profcsionaiL' 'r. s --'teinrnt! on the rut of slidij: nin- 11'lr. .\ I IJUMC !publ-sh; he A'K' V. t'qr i-'Lht wicks and forKALE. -
L r( :' lIe .!K'y, until! j.li "C- sol I. The i ems n il h ..Pninr- I
'fjrtl: ) th. Territory tcoerally. time, 'ie r.uii 1.1I1"'lr.1I1'1'! will! afiply i I. ; tr nrr 'iiif* u thitoffit"'l'. ,
..' r "isii one h f.inth MI six 'rini lis,fc l'1t1"1I1 1! twelve _
I Coanuio of$ Leon
(011lt1l Of the Court fr a discharge fr' hi \'n-i: .. "r : .
tLI' m a' i 4
'JrC I" month1 T'ie' 17ult"t1: I :tat'p'tL.i.. *" Jnii: ;
p. f" ,,I den an,J Ule ( ..)urzs o'Thnr plopl'riy.having ucrfisai.l. Ji HC' J. \' I I' \M : .... .,; ( 0
|l.t'cil (L.nlitul! the title".MI! h< clear in- .. t
ins sirviis t\ : ; ; : aiui 5 4
i r' .'.*,\':in He olv> tenders Att'y fnf Tl. \V. TII.tmi:1i I ,: .( ::::-, ('i' J. .. ->"A f'. !
L ""1! and LIt d"I'i hm4Jn ,- d'sput.i'jle. Tile Town of r Jrwinioii is biiufticd inBirhour & U 't'
collector ? d'tinry, Nov. 3d. 1934. \l: ( V6 .
l .is ( "nJ]
,. >.tf _...1 _.,...ttof.. O nIce in "I. '-tiItf county, "I a ham... imnediately: ui!' on I he .. .. O.A1 I/. ..
i I MerchantJill 'SVrMI bank of(hC! itUah.>H hf H, cr, and on a hip'i.iud ,... -'. .. ...... 01..a- j A
Tailors levd Biufl coiiim.incinu Now Book S (ore. \ :.. .41 I
; (J .1ie* "n the water .ortWo .. .. 4p
.01,1' '- ,,-- _ _ __ _-- miles or mn up ant down the river. It ie just- "VIFIE sub rriber has rrcei\e-l .lO.1 l \\i:!! op<%n 1

8 it ,\r : : I rr E. :Jy cousiil<-d tli"' m<.!: I if hi&iui&J and healthy spot on 1. diately, (noxt door South nf .Mr. !.M.in r'x ; '." 1

LAW iii the Cnl1rt ofMidj1 rALLAfl4Rr. 4 Ji LOriVA.p I iie! river. bd\\tt'u CVbmb-is an.l th- .\. .nd i is stir in assortment of BOOK ..IIHTATIOVAUT| and $ .-.-Thp. 'lh 'ribnhni" Joc4. W
t'lI.IP.AcTIcT. .mii.lc'l by a fe.'ili'i! aid -'xtensivr Uxly of hml, Iypjr; l be glad to supply his: friends a-i'5! the I tll I in i'aI1ilitqsr .
.ftl'h..111 and tl..,' COUI : > piO(r>nstt<' iloa !r- ; (
pjin.h.! : County pri'iripally on t'ie' Bibour, ChewiUeemil Cowike- sener.i!, with -myirtirles! ;MI !his line on ihc In -. n .ti'iri biiiiA'ssrcgulat
Mays Tue-.ii.iy
\ -.ik i r-Urflp., Talalias.-ce.! TCI ks, and must n-cssarily r.imm.ind the trade fns'ty .inalilc terms \ili| '.u h I.is assntmf r.t is ,

I \illSU. [4'tL_ ] _. ; or seventy mil.s nrntiiKl it. There were I'P' very ?"nci- \lhc, ,'X".I'l< "' n.nke i' so by : .tl .; .ittcnd Jf adn inisirator anti lothrr>;,!cs
-- w.trds of three iho.innd B.ie.> Cotton Mliinp% ',l fr', rtsii i."id\ mJ '60 I\nI' ,t'!>era to be nvide by (he first llnry. ROBERT J. HAGl\LL'- .

;I! .\. ILRTIE1AT_ ; j 1'1! c :!b' last :a MI, a n.l l it is eounJently bplriv- -cs froui th.' Nort!,. >:.M 1233.1 : 3c:

tOll) tli.-ii n'xt seasonlhcre Mill ':e ten ihuusana \I.. -jcuti He n IH aUf the Christian Ahnin, ck. niMi. Instruments of ; '
ANDTTOKNLV ) writing eXf'.Itc'! .
r.VrtLoK i dto fins for iiKirkei itn.l thi prcs-sly' for Fl >-id i, c il '.tlated :"i th.t l'cli r. aC- ,
.s quauti. .
p..lrt ; .r..h.! 'IY i. -
s.- R
i ,,, 1e:.. i .M th( C.'Urt < f Ap,icals ; -Thll's J. :.I( L: .
vr.L' : must incrcus' as tl; coini'iy becomes settli d. Therr rallali! ss- ''. to'IIII"'I1"illin'! I >";Lt .nut'.rin :
p i r, < \'UT. of I.t'lI.i, UadNdi-u, nJ, JHH.,. ciiiiioi be any nth Town IJtlow Co'iinbvhit! ,, raniitegferc Id the Tcr --jry! u-hi'-h. hi- HIrers t H' sale! either Watcher &c. t. : ;
I "'" .If fi 'r'Jl ; 'uld I 11I I !II Sl1!)(1 Jcweliy,
1 'u. :: with Irwntou ; andi the ..( < ni Bo.us cmly :rns. I il-1"Z"II. or siii! "!ie: r .py. t
... it T'i"..nvv l ll'llllr. ooutnies' of t'cfuuJ.:; .. bjween it an the !b-jy, at all s..asns ofth yeir. C.M I; 1S5I. Hif J\ =?. S LJ ri tir: s'i-riber! 114)< .;,., re- 1
: '! < f'lli' I tin'MtiU: of(.e.'.gia. 1 llc'M.'rli'' *L rciveil; ., .
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l4' iscoided, th.t it affords 1 s for ; uppi -
3.1 '.3 1. f.T f. D 1 It t c r u N S. 'i11jNil'rinnrl1 .
Nse.t1f'r I I '
: NO .
vir t: I 1- \
jCs'F. r .
the tf ; C.iptair n.TK. .3
The Hi t.-a.isac'.ion; comneici.il; r.II.'rntClh. 1. < .
-- -:-------- i'jht: indispensable. S.tlt Love is he.\ of the id"lI.g and ,rttiJin AN:>CJ i.I I : : f F ., ,Spoox. :., %, !., .,, la'of.eTS .
1. Hiuiiid the rllhit} I rent pi >p J. want I 1/ \voron t'eTu'labasee I
joU : J.I .. D .l t 2. Do. Vaist.under coat. t.ii the '.IO!, -.\ ill.di any of the! !O;8 privately to any.. .,.. R'nd 'ur tI': 'n..tiing' rear, !r.-r-o.i. I \ 1 lor 8i-V oi! r.Is 4 iSoniil -.r"[\.,.. rra7 .

.lTf'.JR.\'Jr .JT L.1W,) 3. From HJ ) I topurchas. .1}' e o lied$ hnruK 'o hin-, wi'pHas"! ct'o" I ,"I I.!I.' 't tit.". : : .
( ba'-k.ai
-nm to ell>o\v and knu ldc joint. 9 5#. '- FR!'lltCK! 'j
If I : sti; Uuiwy 1"' :\ PIi.\; &lli.J1 Bay 1. 1 H"u.1:, 1 the th ih. ALFRED U'F-l ON. ) the untlersijjned, or t'I' ;i t. II. 1S -u \lUII"i. : ; T\o-U. It

I i" '. :' '. .u. riy -I'end ilie <','uits held at ihr! 5. Fulflillc' hip-j..mt to the ,inee. SETH L' \.E. j B N CHAIR"wi : -. Or:: 41.. 'H, (
'l.t".JlIl1nd! ike unnu.il term the al.I'll "If JOHN KURrVTIJ, jr ) Proprietor'B MAMTURBUTT lRR, "' ," has f'm'l"yc1J''r,1.'l' ;. .:r dirtct 1
0.1; : y ( 1e isurement. 2l'nti! men at a "t'
V. 1VEUSON I K.: R : : ..!, ; au.l assures ihr pu.'!li. :': .: nw.rt, -.t.(
.,1", \ dJT.Il.lh\.el'! L'.ttcrs ad4 U nianec mav b*> mO.Vd t-) f'r-van! their measures 1
l' 1I1 iii i< 'It. attended which will January 3'163"2( ; ::1 I,) Oomm'it'-e on beial'U! R. .o ''inn in hii hue, s'" ill be d-i I'p' promptly ,
: .I, ;' ;' n < to, \' j-r"". n- "> "' 'tntion.V ,. ,. \
1 ', j J Tal1a'la""f'l', :: Ih, Dee [H'! I. 'If I IOrl'aii I ( n''i' '. r. .
r 7 .I/'Ist. I: fj 2 I -
11.ry I Jt .
.--- A ( H. ). N. .' \ U'K.JSU DS r'.c mA II I PilL'kl'tS. I & Shipping- I'-.OiJU.! I' Ii

V. SNE1..Lt \ 4 :'tt:11: -Jtr4 4. -. The sclni'iiur! l.-'. .Y 'VA'. .!', :Tr.HGT" '.vill.1 tf.I'! :,. : "'Jn'nnrl '. .
HAMLIiq '4 .
.' T0..in.. Tl. S \\ "I. '; \';. CottOM- .
L F.li 4li1m QNI I : :); ni -npy will 'so .: \:\,, e on J
,1'Li* JT IJT .lP.IL.iCUCi'l: l, Fla. :\-T-bN.; Cilpt.1. >' \1U, \\ ?>teil to their airo for sh'r mem to any '.

to tyIIa4'bs' COlliiJ..d '.u jinn) witii imla.s1' HA.1 PIERS( t. To. would respectfully: in1 rer'ihrlr il'innj: ,1. M.Ij\ every m'\II> :!. .is I'.\ io tI!,. Uni'e-t S'jtrs or i.'sc-.v.!' ':n ; III:. will 1,
!M cijn! '
tluir '
i m eiis'omer ami! t the pu'drk! ; tneilv. New t. :. un-1 St. Mi-! .. I .
r.e.t either h' ir
Ur c. 2Jsi IlUr41rt1 > a .tir in. at : Stores in 'I ai:a'niS-* <'r St.
( : .M-Hnlity. :: tint F
they an n' W ul'l'llin2 Uu'ir Stork of
-Br.;"('jJ 'tIRE.I .1I d J.\S. D. WEST. ; new Dl'r. I 13h, I Mo: I. I ;-\.lS : '-4th, I l.rt IOJ: }
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FALLVIN'rEH. --- -
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:''r '!'r.. J Equ1r'M.Gticiescleiz i NOTICE. 1\-'t'.I. --
just received fr mi New York, consisting) of a splendidissurtrjeiit )
County Court. : ..f superfine Cl-uh.s Cissunercs and Vest- I A LL iv'r"on; w hen-.bv fI' ''ifI, that ih" subscriber! returns ', .hv.l's f > ir! !..tf*!: '
/t si 'n,1 A I l1i.\.trtr.; < of }"\u Joiv\ the liberal "'. 1
oncourn :" ::r b: '" r. ten-til I
.hP. CIIH'I in S of rcat Delected from late i
ar vjuifty
; importu.KHIS ,' (" Lmin dc..I..I! I itClhl', tlic: ,
in this!
m .11' c- Mify c i at has been place: andn' c '- t"I"I }
TV January Ttu.IS3i.. of th} mo fto'uoiuh'e' : orilcr. Likewise U-
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a Spi'iii; I f f'\Ltr"IaJ 1 Tor-1 ffr the ('..uur' of I .1'1"1
] Ouni'y ;
\ ; ; : :n ,4i'rois ':'i. receivtI..1)cI:1! '
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;, enerul .
'I L AitlC It 0'r. :[ asb'runent\ of 'aiicy Articles for Gentlemen's,
ta .I.eI'C'Ollllt! "f lu-r adriuiniat N. Vo.k..i ." :
rtneral .
f'ujnty, II a or'Tr-rt \\ "' -
I :t'>un lam ..III.11! other i ifii i'Vres'tI Iress: viz. :--Sticks of "very dc:cno1-- 'n, Gloves. FTT1L supply of Lumlicthb' enor garden -
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persans .nd pni'ure her d:1i.: Mip in1! dc I iaru I: as si.h.Sent. i4vt f.I"y G'' ,OD-5, 5hi? >.>},, II "s, I I'' '\-
S.ispeiuii-r" Pongee; llluifs., Vroii's and Collars fine TR.nrljand; tiower seed5justrtceivn.1 iml w.Yrrmtedk.sL. l'
!;! ukt II! nice dial this suit has l cu Cel. :- .
15 1 Hit. (ttrfjIARV J JOHRI'.A' ; : a-iJ ir..n")1'IIZ"r-: .i.,> >. '.'' '(In.
LIIH-II Shins I Hosiery, &r.S ii-Midid Sea! Pur 1 li. I '
t'd A1THH r.ST, i issued frm the Curt, nnd and B.PERKINS. ; li.u-- ul.1tknn.t.HUYII! I
---- Clf.thi! : i. [l.lnck ft
| the Ttrm abo Cloth! Cap, fine Silk, Plush, iind Beaver Hats of the October 29th. J tf. j ; ,
.1 c tr a %e specifi-'d They anflonr.ptwand -
t. R I
"' ro' D1t H'\ ( double miiHI
--- 'IrA r : HOE \ jirey- Ca>*ineit % .-'>%i!iets t
:'istest fash ---- \ ;
y.l lt n-J to the tit'*la ration filed :on. \ ':L -\C HW! 'L.\ /' .. l-'tmehand ,
A ROWANE'S TONIC i\IJX I NESS AT : ; English, All) :i I nuts ; 1
I J'a- R. 11. M. DAVIDSON genera! assortment ready-mnde Clothing made rUlE
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The subscribers, having ;ociated I heni !" t.ilgand (Fancy Siks: an4 S'ilKiiawl ,ttrw
jo 10 22.1m I Atv. fur Plaintiff up by the 'subscribers, in the mosi i'.uihful: and fah'inalle CASTOR OIL, Q UIVL\, S-c.Also under the sfilf ai..l fillH of FUR! k JI \ B ( ';c.; Jd'-konet, S:'>s Id1! .II!I Mit.-l-ns' ;
si\ coiiiistiuj Overoa's p'rock
e & Dress
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VOTICE.LFtW ) :'o tts and Coatees, fine Cloth and Goat's hnir Camlet! the cele'/rated RED L.isiifSNT" f r Rhcumai.ru l urpfis' Ir titsiet2 a General IF. HK; H'jUSIl rid&1! :{ 5.J brown Domestics of a s>;ip' :is.r qnaliiy ; \ :''
J '; '. f o botJeJA'JE. COM'iIlSSIOSf llusnirsi: at .1JI'JC/I iro/T H jin i and lrU CI..I.s' oH-
H. ) rts. ; d jjti.er.il -.s
( -- -i .n. *"\t'p rr-
,t'm'n! Ci.U, h .e j rr ..I'S'I f :.,, V" roujiiy, for every desrinii, among which are rieh fir ..,..i ft.-.1 .. i,r' .) IOLiitThFNT: .ARMt,4i'Iv 1)1OPs' lot, bot'leo'nplaints o Vork .r New Orl,.tns ; aivl ''uvm: fuciliiifi! I : ; :3'cily, 'lierrj', P-rt.md Ci
,"f"d cen d. of 'ii''Ji; ail uw""rnl.1. will tatft uuccI3AL'E OicAJ]....t i uit"iuii* 'anu 'nite Marseilles'ests &c. rluldr;:i, 25 c. bottle. times within their rv "er to nnk : iensvuuble other articles iro t.- fipus I. m>ji>tii: n. Pur- "

-'. Bi7 ,', !.x'r. File.Marino andl.aino's Wool Nett hirls and Draw Dr. \VEI. 'En.' ElK SALVE ,$ EYE ) u upon prorlrre consi,m i tothcircin-j.i.Im-ina; HaiLed to CJlIrtnl! fxainite t fc r :arm dvcs. I. .

nlT'EFLO\:), E 'trix, erf-fine Nett Silk! and Doe-sJcin Urider-Vests, an WATER,'" J 5.J? t seac. i they would respectfully' ten-J f tl-.eir services: ; ALLX'il. FOll.MY UUVAL.

!I K'hD-xcn.'ifr:' leii. ( I9t
---- A quantity of:oui>e C"thin! suitable for Negroes, Do. Wona Tu: & Salve, ij l:.:. each. I pleduin their persons! and iudI' IJa' att(.utioii

Fivsh: Groceries. and an assor'mtnt rf Irdiu Rubber tiurtouts, Pea- Do. T.othhc Drops, 25 ct. bot'.le. business, coiiined to them. either l for sale or NOTICE

Jackets Qn'.1 Tnw.ers rranu-d very durable anJrrfecUy -ALSO- OI having <'e.uai: n;iinst the estate

Thetiscricr!, Ins jiih-t' received and offers 1' w:1t r-rml/f. .i'c otTered for .IIt by thv sub- "Tlllt ROACH & DK:> BUG D'XE," wlr.ch: offers an I wise.Their Ware TIoiisos and! CI-M S:',rcs arf und NDREW G. MATS. !Idle of JacUsua Coun'r;

2'' 'i'j's.,' '! lijbh P-tiatoer, si-ri'ocrs '11CI 'j II"" 'Iem.:. I ibcral deductions from C i1ectu. l means of cU-aimg houses, &c. of Uoache and in;; a thorough' repaii, vi''!! be I i/cr an-l! connr: v ill present 'hem in luc time prescribed by .

4v! I.,. bujt rinc; Fl.tur, the rClIlJr ,tbtaUishtil ''rieea will l 1'c made on nil or- H l-BIIs.' situated! in a t1l' .ira llo! I' lrt of the town, -usd llthent.a'cJ.

2.h'S C't'! ', I iles f'-rcji-h. Sacherojiaers, IlyJro.nrters, Suga- Roilcrs, Ther- eiiip* fr-nu the dangers o'' lire: ab lilY oth .r house, HENRY J. HOLMES, nd.-r.V. 1 $

11* d i. Sitr l'raing O The; subso'ibers return their sincere thanks for mometrrs. with a clJI'r\! atiortni.-ut of fivs'i! Danes, siniiarchari"ier! on tlv; I\-int. SUSAN M. G. MAYS, uhn'rx. t

JO, Ii.. Sperm C.1I1JI., lie! very liberal' puronajje licretoforc received and &e. just rer'':x cd by E. D PKRK I\S.. WM. P. FORD (I I.u'c of \uusta, ) .. 1 18t4. ... 24if_
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30 i.i.! S'iap, \4.ul'I s.illhopeby 1 tiicn ab''uluuv and sLiict at ten tioti cr I. 1=34. [ .61\1} I Pru: ist. EDWD.: J. HAtlDIN[ (A !tchicoa.'! ) -

i J" Moravian Pines, :t) business, to ncn; :and receive a continuation of the REFfRr..CF.S.ttl'ful: Fonlaint, H3TJBL. .

!I)3gsLIr41.) s.t me. NOTICE. ". 11S.. C.1'101l1l1.. W. PUT, >V Co. T. subscriber has i.ikenhe PI.\ TEr.:* FOTEL, .I
) ,
I I'' J I. :it.,h.-n Butter, :t.r11 ordrs will be tlnnKfiilly rccived ; and a. "J'.X: months from dan-, 1 v. ill present my vouchers Era'lY rg Sf CV, Wkiltuk Grtenwin.il, .<. C'<>.,- I\kl.s t1! 3') purfjnitytil: 'i-if TM. I.S: fri-.nd r

t'U1.III. :('.\' O.C..II Suar.1Vit':1 they ItaCII acd in tlair employ steady and firsi .1\ fur settlement! nniJ .sall| apply! to the I M.-n. DeKirt {,. K-.iftlziiil, JJ$. llaini't Jf Son, r.hat his 'WI.W \xi.l; I :oe o]) .u tor their re i. .

: .t ,-'r:mcnt of.uiller Groceries for sale at ,at. WORIrME ,tht'Y are prepared(! to execute -ailnrde ouuiy Court (;f Gadbilcn oIII1Y: lor Letters of Disnii ;JUjiL.ew York. the lit of :MarcJ1 I '':!.
.: dWe.s: cbh 4fI4J'e. at. the tortes nonce and in1 the nu'"-lurahlts amifashioiuib "Mou a>> ad 1111 niSI rtl..r o!" the ctuo ul Thomas A. E. If. UnvornBjgirt 'hwlionz.-N. !. KI'jmiMI.t MOO:? t. : .

G ORr- H. Ll DY'i\ RGER.Tul e p'e Tallahassee Oct. 23. 1 It .6n.TM. I Pecblc! !, !late uf s-iid c nuuy, deiv-i n''I. St Jj'"i! >S- Liron? :7*. If. McCvij.- Mobile. I -.
'!:.a"sl\ 3lM Ji'riry 1S35. 23 tf sTi'.Ptii'N s. PEIBLES, Adm'r. .\ l Krsso?., I :
\ !
\ TRUU H.LL An ST. .li.1 .
N B I'lic$ subrri\.r, returns his sincere acknowliirtcuiij'.rtia !- vs. > Vttachment N',\ nil.p. iM. ,:n 1.AiMLNI'I'R.'I'ls. lU-Oiu V- \
--- I G. )UcKcrss.
'-ervxteaive pj.trcn.iire he has DHU; Sut.. ) NOTICE. Qerardin & Wllratch
ri" '11.anj i o'nhis .1V, :: Defend 'nt i K !>::cbr n.Sct.; run :ns Tl-.ta ,
pledges Iii 11ld it t'idt '
uoth'iij i suit lu.i bcn
part commen
A T the i.evt tent o' I lie Co-uity IuIr, of L"ou I II .
j :I'bcwatjtirto' r.l 'asc the pcu.ilc ill irei cr.il. Trns J lIY A-tftchment: returnabie "' will for Letters of DIomi".ioli Makers and Importers of / /..r/is/t has filed '-,* Prf.nox. i in..? /- :br f'o'i.'l.

T.. n. L.arshuPs ; to the nextenn' ''f the County Cour! of i f.-oui- ths rountv Aibniiiistratiouof, e apply the estate Henry B. Fittb, French Jewelry and Fannj ,'ldi={f.*. .I } !:.} of Lr 'n, nn.l .V:.. .<.' .' : int.1f fii )
:* a .u.1gig :; .
The defendant and all others infr- Vil: r: ren-dat
L..nlro'y I late of said .
] dccease-l, MA : the -: Jrl :
Sale. .u ,
U' :
and thfl l.-clati county.T.KMHEL ihi! Mo
ct'.J, ar lequired: t I tp.vr plead to : : BRUCE, >' \I' n on JP
Persor-j.1 .T. .csir..A.i
v \!r'lc: of a '\ rit of Fi'ri. Fatia.1, to me dof' .m. LEIGH REAl), Att'y. for PIll KLl'/A ANN BHUCE.Tnllah I'\ by 1 11.,' ar: 1\ ,i's :iromNew I : io' .:. .
/' I \ h.ili: n i' ,, .. .._. 'quarter t ---ctton .
::1\/pI. I "''ulll'X:)'It .,' .)U'lL ",II,., before the K i.. 7 2C-lf_ _ ;ssee. ISub Sit.. 1-31 (fil": )) 'I, J' n lart ct; ? .ran. 'm,among I !t it. Tht! X.rhLt- : ,* fu'iter; of I -..: t"w>r, .
: :. Cir: '{i.u e in tHe City of Tallnhassee, I % t nri' tie" 4oii.\4 :n' viz: I .
'tilt firs; Jtllrd.t\. in" Man-h next Ml 'h. right, tii Marshal's Sale. ADMIMSTRATOIl'S NOTICE 1 1 :"Z';; -'Gkl; :;and:;; .silver' Wntrhes I -, Tc.wnstlp;i f.ie n'.s'',1."'n o'iTNn.'ri a.tI and. :
1 in il'ir-m.-I 'v ; l.t-t.ij Ttrrio'ry.I1 .
ChUIII i, and murtst' of .V i1li3'1 G. Burgess, in :: virtue of' a rit of Firrt Facial, to me ,1eh'red : ersnn8 indebu 11111 l Hie ota'e 01 Barna Mc- i';'r" lies Wathr Gnu I
\ Lot Jcijii.itfd
', BY ALL The \ rC i i h.!It r- t ; on
HO t4" f. ilo vm if5crrt) ed LOTS tn witThe Lkhall ejjiose aL publi'! .aa', before lie .i.e. lute of Jackson cosinty, dc 'd.. are re- ecIeoc t1r. apl" FHIe"rl", : I i ; : I'.nla'iv nit)-i'cr: ..inttI -

;.A ha.f of Lot .V05, and the ''ioh! of L-it No. I door of the Court I[
.. *ILh tht I'proxements iherc"n. which was levied on the first Sa-urd-y in March n"x', nil the rL'ht, ti- fci iDccl. and those having dc'ullldsain5t sxid estue (,uarll Chains Shirt H-uious and Studst plain cj1"111:11": s'.iv'. ii.iui d: Sully I.:' :11."t thirty ...,.

1> 1 iir oropetv of s-ud Bmsjcss satisly said cx- tk, rlaim .md n-.ercst of George c-hepdi, to a Negro are uqucsu-d to present them dul) a.uheuiicaled; c.ut glass B'\ d>j of every' dp!crp.ion: !,, I and her chiM !Fluty Anr .ii-f'u two 'I.

|Ion in (:.w.r Of the] e lt.r.t1| Bank of Florida.Ut "ont.n by the: n.imc of Sally, levie-l on as the property within the time prescribed by law, or they will be "ronzes, &c. Perfumeries of the best quality -. CALL" \V-\LK"1,

uukc pUcc' within', the! usual hours.TI10MXS of sai'! Slvpard: to satisfy said writ in favour forever barred. ANDREW Y< 'TING, Pens, Ladies' Boxes of every size, Scissors, < F3K! !Mi'.tf's Altinrieys.

i F.. RANDOLPH. of Ilarvcv M. H.,KSale will iakc piirft within the Feb. 14 27 tf A-idmor.. Barna. McKinnidfd.. Broks Baskets for lailies anJ, children, Rca iwflm
-- \ '(', 5ih' Dec. !93T.-17" : *
"y *. A. FiSHKK.I I ). M.ADM1MSTRATOH'.S usuul l hours. TllOS. li. \\DOLPH, Martha! -- '" TONICJIXTUKE.. I India Rubber Briers,Pistols Percussion Caps,

J II1..t I35. 2ltf: By A. FISUEll, Dsp. Marshal. ROW A perfect and lasting 1II -GIa"s>C8, &c. &'. AOMlNISVtl \ a M'S A' tll
Jan. 31, 1*35. [Jotds] ; cure for the Fever and Ague. For sale "Tallahassee. October 11, ''34. ((9ff ersons having morn's a amsf th* I-'s.ate.

: N T/CE. .. *4 wholesale and retail, by' FLETCHER Thomns Hnwanl: Lite of L-O' County,

$l LL j P-'nn ns indebted to the estate WILLIAM ROWA'D'STONIC I it WESTCOTT, linguist; Jppalaeki-' :1ES'i Dlti.JfS.'I quested to pre"it them duty' authentica

WATSON, late of Jark.vw county, dceased, MIXTURE : cola Florida Surgical Instruments, 4'c. to law or theyiil be fi.reytr burred.
'qi1ested< ''ll wake iiniieduttc payinnit to the uu- 'I hereby appoint Mess.Fletcher and to the Estate arc requt'&.ed to maki

.Ii td. IS |nd"l-nce c. nnm he given ; and thosek ASPANTICOSTIVE Westcott my agents forthe sale of"Row- I HAVE just received a full supply of payment.

k :d .hltu d 8 nn'nt- aid esute, are requested to PILLS. I ind's Tonic Mixture" in the Territory DruoN, Medicines and Chemicals. Pure JA ON BRINSON, Admor. .''.

-ibrfi.bet.duly. aulllpll.tlcAleJ within the time pre- IN consequence of the attempts whirh hare been of Florida Eastern part of Alabama, & PORT, .%MJimiin: & .\1USC..1TRI.LE >r// i 2C.-8p '. 4$
Cr will !t. barre.J.T11OMVS io impose spurious imitations of the above 1.
rvcr 'Ve.ttrud't of Georgia ; who are able to furnish in bottles, imported specially fir the use ,)
WHITE valuablo1 on the public,the proprietor km concluded Fresh Groceries. ,
: all who to thnn! Wcianir& Siuivvden's, )
apply on
the said medicines to may ; sick. supenor .
the the sale the Mixture -
on necessity of confining of
ocio.I34 .
Administrator Pork
BLLS. Prime
ex obtain! from the EYE ,
If! favourable terms as they can proprietor 'rRF.I. OBSTETRICAL, ,
Lrlann. 29th Dt' Itl-Gm) te ta few ettabliikrd agents as are jusl sufficient to as SiqnuJ TING, uNING, 20 kegs New Leaf Lard, '

tnpply the regular demands. A full supply of these himself. "JNO. R.ltUW, AX(." ISO, and POCKET INSTRUMENTS,, in cases. bushels Petit Gulph Cotton Seed,

JOSEpI LADD Medicines will be constantly kept by the Agents, Oct. 24th 1*3t.n 2 tfROWAND'S STOMACH PUMPS and PIPES Silver Lbs Live Feathers,
whose names and residences are annexed, and the Philadelphia Lancet Cases, and Nurse Tubes. &c. barrls. New York Canal Flour, 4
II'j'hl rcreh'c.1 1 from New Orleans and New proprietor wishu it dittinetly understood, tk&t he will An aRrtrnentof DRIED HERBS do. Western do.

1l1d'r* at,this*= ncra'' assortment of GOODS usually not be responsible Jor the genuineness of any Mixturesold Shakers-among which are Lemon Balm, Ham, Middlings, Rice, &c.
keason He has the ,
M hit by any persons, except his autlulri6 d.sge"ts. I TONIC MIXTURE.A Hvsop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoram, pr. schr. Lucinda, and
Best or N York and N Orleans Flour; Spurious mixtures have been mn.de and sold in consi I 8tc. H.BONt' t
of this valuable medicine is just Thyme, ,
We in Leon and supply
OSb''ntitter d era quantities oy two physicians JG-tf I
Westcro Hams
; have itcunstmtl'oll LIML JUICE and LEMON Sracp.
Gadsden counties, and perhaps by others, and will received. I shall hereafter .
and prime Pork, doubtless I lie imported from New 'i ark and elsewhere. hand. SPICES of every kind-Genuine INDIA HATS

.astern Potatoes, Onions and Cheese; Thos therefore, who wish to procure the genuine IT IS WARRANTED TO BE A SAFE AND EFFECTUAL English, French: and Prentis's Soaps and received by the subsrritar direct from the

t .I rm Candles, fatuity Beef io half bbls; article can be sure of getting it wily from the {ents. REMEDY FOR FE ERANI) AGUE, I* KEN been AGREEABLE circulated fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebrated SNUFF. two Invoices of Hats, consisting;

S rV Hall in Florida. TO THE DIRECTIOXS. Reports having nard & Noye'a celebrated INK and INK Drab Bhck Caster
:r Powdci. The foll'H"ingtntIemen arc Agents that this contains arsenic, I am directed by Beaver, Otter and ,
and E. B. Perkins, General Agent at Tallahassee. mixture fal.tand THERMOMETERS, HYDROMETERS, &c. narrow brims, sheeted expressly for this
Holland Gin that these are utterly
Btry' ; Kerr Sturges, Agents for St Marks. thd Proprietor I also to authorised say to offer reports a Reward of I 10- E. B. Apply Wm.. Maner's store, to

Tea by the box; James C. Eccles, do. GLuincy. am who will the existence Tallahassee, July 9th, 1834. [48tf] JUSTINIAN F. DA YI8. 1
000 Dollars to one prove
'Jomesticw by the bale Guiding Folsom, do. Mickaso<'ky. any 27ifShoes .
rQv. Arsenic Antimony .
Naila Darius Williams&Co do. Monticcllo.: of the least particle of Mercury, E.AT 4
AtmlV'Cut and Brads in it.
; other poisinous ingredient
Thomas Alexander, do. Hickstown.J. or any from counterfeits the net [March) term of Leon county and Bpots. .
Ware ; N. Orleans Rum In order to prevent imposition no
1AV.ch ; F. Petts, do. Chattahoochcc. authotised will be furnished by administrator on the estate t(George received by the subscriber, direct from the \
A ple and Cognac Brandy; Malcolm Furguson, do. Thomasrille. persons except agents I shall accounts and vouchers for j
the Proprietor with the mixture to sell again. I am present may &ctnry at New Ark, an Invoice of supej '
All kinds Shoes by the trunk, case, &c. P. W. Gautlcr, Jr. do. Murianna I sole agent for Middle Florida and am assuied by M. ment. JOS. W. and Boots for ladies and gentlemen, selec l

e Ish** to purebue Cotton, Dtrr Skins a-d Holmes Williams JOHN R.do.ROWAND Campbclltown.. I Rowand that (exeept a small lot sold to Mr. Eccles,) Jan. 31-85---6t for this m1\rk t.Applvat Win Manor r

IIiIkl.Magnolia, Dec. 15, 18301. -19t I. 1844. ((12-6m| Proprietor.Nov. i not a single bottle has been or will be sent or sold by mm": BSI JlmD !)! 26-tf JUSTl IAN F. DAVIS. I

him, to any person in Middle Florida except to me : ,

Superior Cut Glass. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. If Jtrsente kai been discovered in any mature called A LARGE and complete STORAGE! STORAGE !

JU T-reccired direct accounts and vouchers of the estate of RO Rowand1, it mutt liars been in some of the spurious imi men t of Fresh Dru'sand Mcdicinesjust ware-house the J
from the his old
Manufactory, on THE who wish the sale to
All therefore genuine Baltiraorefor
B. OLIVER deceased, wiu ,be presented tations. persons vedfrom New York tnd .
nment and for u.le low for cash
rt COT GUM two sett to the County Court of Leon, at its next March term, TVmeJfixhir*-should be cautious of whom they pur- and retail. Country Merchants and pl1I.,& has recently erected a spacious build -

APply to DICAMTKRS with .WIHES to for a settlement, so far as the same has been administered chase it: My label will be en every bottle sold by me: plied on the most accommodating t-ns. 28 feet, forreceivin TUVfOTHYM'CARTY. cotton and goods. 'I

J AS. S. LINN admr'. for Middle Florida. EDW. SEIXAS
J. F. DAVIS by E: B: PERKINS Sole Agent 'i
W Manert f
1&llab' \ at IDo stor December 37th 1831. 41:.
te J. 24th,, 1835 34tf Jauuary 24th, 1835 j46with will annexed* No'N' 15tf.ib. M ny 2941 Druggist, MagnoUa, Fl ,




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.rFaws sec 4. Be it further enacted, That the first and second sections Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, commencement ; if

of the' Territory of Florida.Cm qf an act entitled, '"anact to'regulate the pilotage of the of said court,' shall .be on.the Thursdays after the first' .. '--LLAffEoai .. '....;. 0

port of St. Mark's," approved, February tie 10th 1834, and all Mondays in June and :December.Sec. AT ""V ASH1.' -,, j
othar acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act, be, and 5. Be it furtherenacted, That the said Superior Court re'pondent Newt or l\.t. "flucn'Sne: D-:
854. [No.the xxii.mode] An Act in addition to the severaracts regulating the samd are hereby repealed. when silting at San Pedro, and organised as dirtrted by this day that Roonewrate.from Mr. Jarti and WahiMto :t.
.; proceeding on Attachments. act, shall have the same jurisdiction, except in muider or other son rcprwemar!, (ro Maine Smn J

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by tho Governor nnd Legislative Council Passed, February 9th, 1835. capital otfencea.thnt is possessed in other counties (this Terri- Mr.Ohio Jams bearing cn3.lIenred the cbatreri'! Mr:.Smith;. Q "

of the Territory of Florida, That from nnd after the passageof .l\pprovedFebruary 14th, 1835. ritory,where Superior Courts havo been established and organised.Sec. an abus.vereplj! to JarT'I", Mr.S"L', '
this act, it shall he lawful lor any person to obtain n writ of 6. Be it further enacted, That all laws and ?arts of laws him as a eenUcman-' thereforeg ref'1U! to. .

;; attachment whether the debt or demand be due or not, Provided that contravene the provisions of this act, be, and fee' same are man Washington who did chivalry. Mr LrtTft1 TiS ?! 'pcc
that the same will become due within. nine monthM from the time hereby repealled. man. Mr. Smith J ncipaJ W. !
CHAP. 863. No. An to niter the the ttgtin:
: [ XLVI.] Act lime holding county demuredoflth
applying for said writ attachment. And provided also, thatat in Franklin that he had no quarrtl
Mr i.
': : the time of such application, the. person against whom the debtor courts county.Be Passed February 9th, 1835.:: the matter rests; meanwhile Mr.V;/ C'cc

demand charged, sball be ietuaIiy removing his or her it enacted by the Governor nnd Legislative Council of Approved February 14th, 1835. I Firmthe.An exchange usual; tf"ting..hs hmia! ;! :no.7e fir'tU'? <- Ji.1L

I property b'y..nd the limits of this Territory. or be fraudulently the Territory of Florida, That from and after the passage of I of ;:rmnnLen or Conre'\Sy Ij between q
I lispoing i of or eecrclinp the same for the purpose ot avoiding this act the times of holdjng the county Courts in Franklin county i Nl) names an: given.--N. y, Arn.1 also spo eal

the payment of his r>r her just debts or demands.Sep. shill! bo on the second Monday in April, and on the fourth l Extract of a Ittt -- urii
: 2. Belt further enacted That uch writ asis proTlde'lfor I :Monday ia November, in each and every year; and that; all InI \\'* I 1, ?r

in the preceding ':'ction. of this act, shall in no rasa be issued passed heretofore fixing the time of holding the said courts be, CHAP. 873. [No. LI.] An Act to alter the time and manner holding List (Ky) l'eb.16.lt

\1nles1 the party applying for the same or bis agent or attorney, I and they are hereby repealed. the County Courts in Monroe County, and lor other purposes. Rici.inl.son,0SUlIJn.! a: tile, J head om of'J.f th\ & << !II t S- '
shall first make oath ia writinsr that the amount of the debt or J.\nsi'l11 House in !stair".y ci t
demand cteirr.ed and -charged against the opposite party, is actually Passed, January 26th, 1S35. Sec. 1 : Be it enactedhytheGwcrnorand Legislative Council h.t 1t'Ija.7d3u-, t..yO bati ennl f! w
an existing deb ( or demand; stating also, in said oath, in Approved, January 29th, 1S35. i I of the Territory of Florida. That the limes {holding county -flus tcrc.l ih-i oly .jnsr .- 1WVf, a liaJfJr. th '

writing tho time wI 0n said debt or demand will actually become courts in Monroe County, f.h11 1 1 be on the second Monday in ] :m; ..ite.! navel.past c.I.-!1t fdl oVJock anJ:'iHTorlt! mllcl.u. I

due and payable; v jid also, that the party against whom the said May and November, in each and every year, after tie passage i I expitd. U'.rmr H. ,,..w{ tut j inurJson 11i.h ,L lit'

writ of ntlaohmen t is applied' for, i actually!: removing his or,her of this act. c'r's. : j sur1 1.) Fiycpast. te:1 tutr4Iy: .
the CHAP. 869. [No. XLVII.] An Act to CiI1C! the mrthern bouudary I .- !!1 his n e ) "lIi!
property beyond the limits of this Territory, or ((8S case Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That no property except wearing g C
may be) is fraudi dently disposin"! of or secreting the same for hue of Ahucliua county. apparel, and bed clothes, shall be exempt from execution or 'Y'( Iav b-.rl rv.itelv; C
the purpose ot o voiding the payment of his or her just debt or attachment, for the payment of tbo} debt* offfAy person in this r !i'1fl., :;et'rapt flf a 1 ktL.t'furnished with F
"demand,-satisf Be it enacted by the Govorn-r nnd Legislative' Council of I 'I' ..... 1i lIierC3ntilf\.
actory proof which shall be demanded and County, and that all laws pqsscd heretofore in this Territory, Y.i ItuJ POrL11 Prince
.produced to the the Territory of Florida, That: from nnd after the pisange of 1833:1 U.
officer the attachment. be and th ,
granting exempting from cxe' -ntion and attachment, ,
property 'ft
Sec. 3. Be i this act, the line dividing the counties of Alain hui and Columbia \V hlVR tw'Frenc'i hits l Of War
r t further enacted, That no writ of attachment same are hereby repealed, and made .null and void in MonroeCounty. I"n i .s said tJiat thi fcVirh
provided (for In this act t, fehall in any case be issued, till bond shall commence nt the mouth of the Santafeu rarer, and accp I'd, the! tff':.' nf tsin (JOTernm'n'GOTUfllltt: ;
uiih pocurity ? ls uYrorted in the tenth section of the act, approved run up said river, to the mouth of Sampson river, and up>)> Sampson Sec. 3. Be it further enacted That the jurisdiction of the I I .).fl(: l ,ne :inf\:. This Goi rn.tgn- ;'jj _*. I
I river to its head, and from thence due east to intersict the 11OQOflOO'tfaT,.-* 10 "sh, this beiril.i C
Fcnruary istj, 1834 entitled "an art to amend an act regulating we-tern line of Duval Territory of Florida, in Monroe County, shall extend to all ships! q Lafitlt", tJeStLU! Ul\' OOOO f.an S
the rr ode of proreeding on attachment," be given. I boundary county. vessels, and boats, of any description whatsoever, f'u.vJ on,I 1 ire 45 YCo1. \Ve cld.r! the aff'all'l bet.tie C
Sec. 4. I'f it further enacted. That in all cases when any board of any such ship, vessel, or bot, lying or being; on or th two "overnio.nts af1intIy 8c ed." C
writ ol atta rhmrnt shall hr issued under the authority of t ll/is 1 Passed, Fcbiuary 9th, 1835. within island, reefs, bays, anchorages. and harbours; on the seacoast I (::-. w.Y orkG1U1f.E :.

act, the pr ,jx>rty attncbrd shall be discharged and restored to Approved, February 10th, 1835. of said county, from the N. Eastern boundary of the same I t'1Hirt Fire in C'arZtstoL I

the defend nt Or defendants on his, her, or thiiir entering into II to WestermoBt of the Florida Is! inds., and to the :mun bonoV with suOi': eut security, In lie approved by the court to !I -, of said county on the N. E. of Charlotte H.irbou- Cap I Moriuig: the I5c., wi! .ch d srroy J h',: S

which the writ is returnable, conditioned for the payment to thepbiutifl' : CHAP. 870. [No XLVIII.] An Act to authorise the Alahaom,1'10j'la.1 Florida; and it shall and may be lawful for any Judge, or Justice .- I I oiJ ui.iliiizs:Uh-irrh: : .,likcw.ss:b'ing the or oldest t\a commonly in the cafl. I

i x, attachment of the debt or demand, when the same and G'irgiJ Kail Road Company to continue their Road::! lr >mtie' of the Peace to is>ue any writ or process ag'Miist! any pe.r- I l>e.-.n bn.f. m the year I72SIt oriinawcuJua city," i iI
shall be jpme d1t'.-Or said property so attached may be replev- line between the State of Alabama and Territory Florida, to'Jie son or persons, on board of any vessels or boats as aforesiid, I b-iiklinff[ at the North rornerof.Sat;
ICd acco rdtn? tu liw as in other coses. waters of Pc'iisacolaSee. I3ay. and to direct thr s-ime to any Marshal, shf-rrtT or consiahle, I Lin;ard-steets, an i the wnj: blowing
Sec. 5. Uo it further enacted, That motions for dissolving II whose duty it shall be to serve the tiatland the services of I fror.i oh'inT t.ic: fury iN'ortli-East.twept the the flimes lIiili
: writs of : attachments of this act be 1. Be it enacted hy the Governor and Legislative Con,. over .r.aoi"wooden uID
; granted by authority may any writ or p: o' ess as aforesaid, made by any officer in said I the'Soufl.VCE.(:; The area corned br
made. And! shall be heard nnd decided as in other oasos. cil of the Territory of Florida; Tint the several sections art] cour.ty, shall be legal, and valid in law. I fire i is cin'.mc,;.l l hy Maktsreetouth ,
Sec c. Be it further enacted, That in all cases on motions ptovisions of an act passed by the Legislature i of Alabama u 1 S t Ue- .reet on trIO' East Church-street
to di us s' ? sulvo an attachment, the party plaintiii and party defendant ;s: i on : Passed February 7th, 1835. I .
11 Amen th-
1 on ?s>nth The !
:: 1 shall have right rnd equal right to demand a jury to try any the year ouu thousand night i hundred and thirty four, entitled "an Approved Febauary 14. 1835. I *&* remaining w i:.:hin this space are a onj nn
4 jssuo made on such motion. Act to incorporate thu subsc'ibers to the Alabama. Florida, and I brk binldi'i, fit tilt argie: fotiied by M-

S -c. 7. Be it further enacted, That no part ef this law shall Georgia, Hail Hoad Commnv: ; be, and the same are hereby I andUhurch-strcBts: seven on the formR,
be assented to and declared hi in full force two o.i: the latter street, adtheewooj''s!
: c joastrued to retroactively. to so a:; to authorise I
operate ces le! and the South
1 or corner to of[hear]
said; Company to continue wad K til, :Mc.\damis, or other ar- t or'Li -gartlanfl Church streets whichwesrbv

p L'ssd. February 13th. 1835.Approved. lili'-ial Road, from the line bet 1\'Ct'n tho State of Alabama and ,t'.i.: :; morvir.li of'-rnk kitchswt. .
February 14th, 1S35CflA:2 -. the Territory of Florida, to the waters of PC usa ''da !H ly, in the (JIAP. S74. [No. LII.] Aii Act.to esta bli h the County Siteof MosqniloeCountv. W''us 'bet.,, t" 'h-mand fire.oi"l Thc,it..J
said Territory ; and the righis,* and previlgcs! 1h'} will granted, 'i wind rt-nsjertd u a *.:rkofgradi.J
to arres' rsof fi ,
thpro tr.e iraes and to
arc hereby secml: to the aid company within ti! limits ol the vent tt.eir cxtenain? -'civ33 CburclstrttLj;
sLit! Territory ot Florida. Be enacted) by he Goveinorand Legislative Council ot'th The anoi: : -finsuraucs on the j'rop tj
: 866.., JNn rLIV.] A Bill entitled an net to prescribe the mode Sec. 2. Be it further cnnrted, That nn art, entitled ".m Art T.rritory of Florida, That from and a ftp r th" passage of thi.- sir 'yed, n es l1\t.j at from :ei>'ir>fifu-err: !:
of erecting luiil-dams near the town of Quincy, in the county of: to incorporate the Florida: Alabama, and Georgia Hail Road act\ the County Site of Mosnuitoe County hlll.he, and thj I S tgtj( iloliars.! The Church was ntt isn

;; GaJsdcn. Company: ," passed the 14th Feb. 1834: and approved loih Feb. sane is hereby established at New Sn.yrna, in said County.: The p rtif rein-xins:" fell :nt"'H\U.cfIic!steeple 6Ioctisd, and up the the 3trett float,

1834, be, and the same is hereby rep:sailed.: \V<:s: :\b"'l1t uuic .."clGcknn *ionday, saiU
9 Sec. 1". Bo It enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council eritertameJthaone
Passed January 27th, 1835. a aporeheiisioua erp iipelsous
;i of the of Florida That from and utter ihe
Territory ,
passage Passed February 5th, 1835. ApprQved January 29th, 1835. were bunol 'ar.rtcr it -
: of this art, it shill: not bo lawful for any person or persons to {Au':uu i CoiwtUalbou
: dim any wnt-J" for lheY>uifose of errcctinij any mill, or othor Approved February 9th, 1H35.ClIAP. .
,. water works vJthin thrue miles of the twn' of Quincy in this It appears; by ai advertisement in tie:
dr K Daily Advertiser, ti'at an ayplieabout
: Territory P\C ?pt under tho following restriction* and regulations tu be made t.;> th Legislature of&,'
ta'tyit previous to the erecting any such dam or pond, it sey for an act to :incorporate lhuNtstv: I
: svmo, fo'appiy 10 me superiororcudlity roxiri rtJfoI"&U'.Lthe 871. rNn ... -1 ,A-.& J,* nn LAn Ar.t. ta nrnuule fi>r the I CHAP. 875. [No. uti.] An Act to authorise Margaret L. Anderson to and CtIL1ylanh: :1.. furi1r'.- C4fa"ca 4
directed) to the f-herifi of the county commanding him to sum- \\ cst, and for other purposes. sell certain Real Estate. flit:\ \'', M f.1.JL1T.7uiJ\h.-Lft; triT\lcU
Be it enacted by the Governor ............n '
man t'.u-lvo lawful jurors of said county, who sball be sworn before anu cisianve vuu.ini 01 UIK I
i.omejudge justice of the peace, and charged wilh the Soc. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council Territory of Florida, That Margaret L. Ar.derson, wife of the O.it dl. r people!
4I Dr. Morse in
'S dury of inquiring if the said dam or pond when 8; constructed of the Territory of Florida, That the Act passed 15rh Feb. late Win. P. Anderson, and mother and natural guardian of his G y.sneaking, ose fIM of tne cd.JyediiWtiogmph cay of Albaajy (
nv-ili) prove detrimental to the health of said town. 1834, to provide for the appointment of Pilo's and, to regulatf infant children, be, and she is hereby authorised: to sell and convey "The place contains two thousand bbfltaj"

See. 2. Bo it furrier$ enacted, That the following shall bo tin the rate of Piloiagj: at {((oY West, be, and the sam i is herein any lands and lots owned by the said Anderson in his lifetime ten thousand inhabitants! : all with LIfir A
manner of summoning a jury for the trial or examination, repealed, and that hereafter the appointment of Pilots and the in the Territory of Florida, to defray the expenses of the ,' ends t* the street."

such cause or causes, to wit: the sheriff and clerk of the county regulation of Pilotage in Monroe County, shall he bv the roipi maintenance md education of his infint chtldren: and heirs, Sti aci'y of an Indian.- \ Span 1! ,!
court shall -elect from the tax list of the county all the names ty court, when assembled t'or county purposes: nnd the ql1 ihfi. which said sales shall only be madn alter her having entered I journey; II\!10 with a.? .l. riC.InJ 1III
of ibp duly qualified jurors residing within the justice's dis cations and duties of Pilot, and tIH 'ratl."S cit Pilutag.sliall! hi; into bond with good and sufficient security in the "tin of three I I Itnous'tnd ink!*: of a d sert. They were both,on '.
dollars in the lIack. T ,? Spin:ard, fearing hishOt5p.
: trict, in which the slid town i is situated, and having put the same the same as was established before the j):issan t- ot the before enmity court of the county within j mt 'U',-a..k to) l'crr.r:11 th' J. turney- as.!
on slip* of paper into a box or hat, shall proceed to draw there recited Act : but the county, court shuil h.tvc: full PI) .\'tr tl) pre. whfh hp resides, conditioned for trw faithful; application! of tho i I")d1ti), uliosc hors wa5ycun and go.i
from, twelve names' who shall be summoned by the sheriff, scribe other qualification.-- nmke any alterations ;m regard funds aforesaid, arising from said sales, ti the objects above make an exchange with !him: wiiithth

within ten days and shall constitute the jury contemplated by to Pilots and Pilotage, as thry may deem proper and requisite' I specified. (If course refused" TheSpir.iardsou'lttic weUa.111c1i.
:;f quarrel with turn, and ht: niP
this act. and to fine or dismiss! any Pilot for improper[ ; cur-duct. but no sily.sized the htirss I ho wj.itrd, and tout'i.
1 Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That if the said jury, when so Pilot shall be appointed or disins3 except: when the .J udgeJf Passed January 30th, 1835- i .& j iurnoy. Tho Indian pursurtlbiiaw-t:

::4 summoned, swon},and rharied: ns aforesaid, shall say by their the county court and thicc Justices he present, and concur in Approved February 4th, 1835. next ion, and madel iscomplaintloihep""

verdict, that the erection of such mill-dam, pond, or other water such appointment or dis-missal, and the Judge shull: have powerto I lll"c The the ijpuiiard: h.rse: was IittreaZtItfltfldtaU$3&ott't to appear 1I

works, when so constructed, will provn to be a nuisance, or call three Justices:! of the! county together to act upDn any a lii-nd that the; tirs bcintg'd L :, ,an I I
detrimental to the health of the alJ l town, then it shall not be application for a branch, or upon ('OlllplawlIWJrle: tainst a Pilot he h.d rNrc.J: it from a IMI. The it!
lawful to erector oonsliurt the same. and tho Pilots now in commission! shall re fa in th'iir brawhes roof,* to the contrary, anl tte' judg ,l 3* I

Sec. 4. Be it further enacted That if nny person or personsshall until tho next session; of th; county court, when upon application was nm joinir!; :* the to pro s' 'ess nd the, when pleaders the IOdi3I outOCtldi ',1

violate the provisions of this act, it shall be lawful, and i is to the court new brunches shall i ib-sue 'o all stirh\* the court CAAP. 876. [No. LIV.] An Act fir the relief of Edwin R. Alberti and u The hors is mine, and I'll prove 'L- lie

hereby made the duty of the judge of the superior or county may'" t think_ .._ _proper_ [ 1'to grant, ,branches.' to;. "nnd each,. Pilot hall_ be. Henry Sadler. I I mediately Mapped off his"cloak 1 t hltt mall aDd tiiit9 4j:
court; upon application, of the magistrate of police, to issue a loro ne receives HIS onuicu pay nvo dollars I.r the use ot the over the111:1,1's head. b'n ,
county, and one dollar to the del k, who shall also furnish each Whereas the said Edwin R. Alberti confident that he he. reared the
I and III
sheriff abate
; writ, commanding tho t') nuisance: and on refusing Henry Sadler hve him," said he, au lresM.i? the juJge, ,
:' to abate the same, the party convicted thereof: shall be Pilot nppoited with the rules and regulations estahh-hrd by constructed at greathazzard and 1 expense, a steam s-i-.v-mill, on which of the two eyes is blind." 'fb Sin
fined in a sum not lesrf than (five hundred dollars, at tho discre- the cowL in relation to Pilots and Pilotage ; and every Pll)11, 1 the St. Mary's river in the county of Nassau, known as the order to seem not to hesOate in W !**
tion of a jury. shall give bond with two or more good and sufficient securities ( wood ,stock steam saw-mill, the permanency and conutinued s-.vercd i.nmediately; Th: head right eYe."11':1:,

-= .. Sec. 5. Be it further enucted, That the sheriff( clerk, jury, to be approved by the court, in tho sum of'one thousand operation of which in the production of lumber will greatly contribute ther Indian blind unco\en-d," said he.his "of horse's therisht ers rI
i nnd justice, shall! be allowed such costs as are allowed in cases lar.-: to the Governor of the Territory, and his su'cr: :, ) dOI-\\ to the interest and convenience, of the country where the left" The judge, eovir'-e'l by '0 1fl

'of forcible enuy and detainer, to be paid by the party applying otfice, for the faithful performance of his duties as a Pilot, : said mill is established: now, therefore, that the mechanics, laborers and strojig proof, adjuJsjed hun the hOC'tt
I. which bond shall be recovered in and other sent the Spaniard to prisr)].
for such mill, &c. any court of cnmpetent; jurisdiction i employed at said mill, may not be called i* -
nt the first term alter the bond shall be sued for, and from their necessary engagements there, for the performance of .' General Post Offu;&-At Eis.1 BaYI
t Passed, February! : IS'.h! 1835..Approved. all Pilots in this: county shall renew their branches once a year. roud: duty in said county.Be II of?the Gailipa'os Islands, thre"; .

February 14th, 1836. it enacted by the Governor and Ije islath'.' Council of secured against the weather, is I .
, Passed February 7th, 1835. the Tciritory of Florida, That 'the said Edwin R. Alberti and deposit other whalers letters, sometimes somelimes to for be the,CAII_I ,
'! Approved Fcbruary 14th, 1835. Henry Sadler, and the mechanics, laborers, ajid other hands any retuinirg hunter of the deep ,
employed at said mill, shall be exonerated from the performance ( to pass!"y. Ships lute been taw' J.t, .
of road dreds of miles! out of their use,to
duty, and all lisbility therefor in said county of "
CHIF. 867. [No. XLV.J) An Act to amend ao act entitled an act to regulate Nassau for three years from the first day of March next after ccplacle intelligence. T'M coinnwa fact' iI11

;t : the Pilotage of the Port of St. Mark's. CHAP. 872. [No. L.J An Act to make permanent the County Site of the passage Of this act, upon 'heir payment fer each of said civilized trates the nations.existence of a 'I

Madison County, and for oher purposes. years into the county treasury of said county- In lieu of the -
; 4. Be it enacted by the Governor anti! Legislative Council of the formance of road duty therein, the sum of por-dol- Vinegar and Gooat.-Drarrhbishop Len,r' ..d !
Territory Florida, That the Governor of the Territory shall I Sec. 1. Be it enacted by tho Governor and Legislative Coun- lars, .on or before the first day of September twenty of each twenty of said a man of lively p:1rls P::.
': have power to nppoint five persons to constitute a board of Port cil of the Territory Florida, That from and after the passage years-said money thus paid into said be mixed company to be ,antratu %

Wardens for iho port of St. I ark'tJ, who sfcall continue in office : ef this Act, San Pedro, in the County of Madison, where the appropriated! for the improvement and repair county of treasury roads in to said Swan, a it gentleman was attempt,of acy4practice to rWp' lf)

during good behaviour, or until removed by tfre Gonernor; and I court house is now situated, shall be the permanent County seat county. expense of some of the enml'41near :1 doct1SI>>f
it shall be the duty of the port wardens, so appointed, to appoint of said Counry. each other at table; when ih e '

and licence such number competent persons as* may be deem Sec. 2. Bo it further ennctod, That it shall be lawful, and it Passed, January 31st, J 1835. Red Mr. general Swan attention silence[ by him his, .u,vh..4.... d.

ed necessary (o act as pilots for the laid port, during good be- is hereby made the duty of the Judge of the Superior Court Approved, February, 1835. forgot nami.to ". L .R'S1"' S aAI
haviour, which said pilots, so appointed, shall enter into bond for the District ot Middle Florida' to hold two terms of his said the doctor. "! ask your pardon"ter.

with security, to be approved by by the said board, in (tie sum of court annually! in said county, at the court house aforosaid: and .. "1 have the misfortune scarCelY'Senamo3 : .
hundred and dollars the Governor tnd his at the first term of said o I ; you'll not be offsnaea ?
c two fifty payable to. holding court to appoint a clerk to the J I tho Cflr3f ronverfatinn\ .1 Q1IrJ..
successors, conditioned for the faithful performance of their dUe Fame, who, "lien appointed, shall be authorised and required to gar ?" 'C' ties; and shall also, before entering upon their office, take and give bond and to discharge the duties of his office, and to receive tor, "I have the verysaoi defect;' .it
subscribe an oath, well and (faithfully to discharge the same. like fees, as othor clerks of similar courts within the T rritor '. probably, thnnjh I iw-wur< f rI
Sec. 3. Be ) CHAP. 877. [No. LV.] Aif Act to change the of Elizabeth Un by and by call Goose t? ""
Sec. 2.( Dfl. ft further enacted. That there shall be allowed as it further enacted That so soon as said court is name you

pilotage, to cnch ;pilot, for conducting a vessel into the port of( organized, it shall be the duty of the clerk, for tho Superior derwood to that of Elizabeth Murrhee. A dandy of a fellow, WOS5' I

St. Mark's, or to any intermediate place, between the port of St. Court of Jefferson County, to hand over to the clerk of the Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the ulyenough: to scare the.de< ,.'I4tr-
Mark's and the outer bar that the captain or.consignee of ,the Superior Court of Madison County, all the units and papers on of the Governor and Legislative Council 01 his extra flourishes, !n.. JIi'.
Territory of
:: vessel may determine upon, two dollars and fifty cents per foot, file with him, which originated from the County of Mandison, of this act, Elizabeth Underwood Florida That from and after the passage ntIICr'day, ,when asked', observedwalking him if/1 lie I !1 ,...,-ft
of Nassau up
and the same for carrying vessel) out to sea. _ISet" and hereafter all writs, subpoenas, and processes of every 'kind, I known and called by the name of ,Elzabeth Murrhee.county, shall.be brook when he was youn ..
3. Be it further enacted That whenever it shall be required ae well those executed as those which are not, shall be returnable Sec. 2. Be it further do you m&ln. you unpertinett! *.xIrJ
.; by the captain or consignee of a vessel to make an inspection te) said Superior Court of Madison County ;, and all the're- be held and considered. enacted in law, That the child said Elizabeth shall Why, I did'nt mean oi nowD.ed.mouth(),DII:
and such all-fired
the of
as legal heir an
or survey of any vessel or cargo, it shall be the ,duty of, cognizances of said.county, taken for appearances at Jefferson William Murrhee, of.said how might a fall'd,JA.e.
and such shall you
board'Of wardens of them. and for. the fifstviYit Superior Court, 'l shall beholden in force [ county; as be entitled un'Jf .
the } or a majority an appearance at the to inherit in whole, or in his was a boytnd yourmother ;:
,they shall each be entitled receive five dollars, and two Superior CourtofMadison. and the same steps shall be taken, i as she would be entitled to part had she property, or in so much thereof, "mouth to: dry."-Buf. .i 't I
been born wedlock. '
: dollars each for every subsequent visit, that may be ao required; i and proceedings bad before said Superior. Court of Madison, !. Crockett- anr ouDftl1hl-:'ifCo ,

and she aaid board of.,,ardens, shall be entitled to receive' .- ten as might before the passage of thia act,. hays. 'been had before, .Passed, January 26th 1835. a "Life of Qtarti* rC1llhl1'.n ritdli .
dollars lor each} license the/may grant .f. the Superior Opart. Jefferson. .. '" .r'I '. ,*" : whether the Tennesseean! ia *. .
.. \: 29th 1835.
Approved beftrt-
f January a fox la he u at himunj.

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., _. I- _. -I SPIRIT OF 4 "
r"pa THE PAUlSON JOURNALS. ment itself, will ever require any impulse to stimu 1 -. .. -- .--- .-.... .. -. '. ,:. i. ,'- ,
LO RIDI.\.N : PRESWE.YT JACKSON'S MESSAGE. l late it to action. It is only) to be regretted anew, NOTICE.
OB IT hAlt Y.
I The that the whole cold at prink aal _uce eat.-
Constitutionel nays, that all are unanimous ministry did not accept the proposal Died at Marianna Monday 16uh instant after WILL ; :

in feeliuc that tile dignity of France has been of M. de Broglie, and make room for a new short illness which he bore with uncomplaining, firmness a -A pplj" to the about 25 rears old, named Qootttxy '-
A$ 1\m BIIi wounded by the President's message, but he is de cabinet, better calculated to bring the question of: Dr. JOJKPH URT. aged 41 years. The deceased Tallahassee Fcb.llat 1835. it 28.3w. J. ACKLEY.) 4

SATURDAY. MARCH 7. ceived if he supposes that his menace will induce the United States and many oilier to a solution. was a native of Tennessee but for some year past -

the Legislative bodies to give a sanction which Private Correspondence of the Jcunal du Havre. had resided in this county, where his worth had won For Sale.

te advices from. France, which we publish they have once refused. Whatever may be the A great personage wished to profit bv the kind I universal esteem.for Regret for his death will not lOOn I Arguable family of N oots,consisting of a Wo-
art very unfavourable to the continuance of timorous habits of ihe Chambers, they will not, in o panic: produced by the Message of President excellent pass away citizen, we have who lost a useful physician and an four Children.-The woman is a drat
,-one in his
s1 character washer
Immediate war, however, is not a necessary the face ol the county appear to yeld to' fear. The of the U. States, to present the Taw for 25 millions i many valuable qualities. As a citizen, remarked for made rate beft,re the 15th and of ironer. Applicationmust be J

rs"t.uenc of the pr-scnt s'ate ('affairs. Non-inter- United: States have ruined their cause even if iheir but ministers, who have so maay other causes a liberal spirit, and for consistency, as a man for moderation not be sold after that time March as EDWD.the property VASS.will f'

.itb that coLlar)' will probably: be first resort- claims have been legitimate. The conduct of therench o embarrassrfreni, made objections to it and pro fortitude, and moral probity:-A kind hut- Feb. 21st 1835. [2 -3w1

roS tJUa. means of obtaining redress : and finally, : F ministry in this unfortunate dispute, has bably the law in question will be adjourned until band, a tender father, an affectionate brother, a faith 1- -*

a and TV ar. The action of Congress on the not a little contributed to render tbe solution diffi after the l fall of the present cabinet. ful friend; in all the domestic and social relations of Ten Dollars Reward.

11 ; rt 43 wUi soon be known. :cult. After h'lngV.ltlt inconceivable stupidity, The Havre journal of Feb. 12th, has a long life, esteemed and beloved. Tile place he has left vacant WILL be.given for the apprehension of SIM a '
voll' jn its present .aspect .i recognized( a debt which) tUerestontion had coost- article, of which the following is the substance: and his the social circle, will not easily be supplied ; .I > nan the property of Lloyd Shannal .t
I disavowed "\\c have this death has made a rhasm in the bosom of his and the safe delivery of him
Adams has been elected' a Senator antly it pledjreo itself with still giealer J moment received accounts from family that to the subscriber,or to any f 1 ?
never can be filled. Still Jail in
it the
3 L.-n Quincy IfrJID |j, .stupidity, lo bring the question = before the Paris of the effect which the! President's should be a Territory. or in the State of Georgia. 1 j
Massachusetts fur six from agin Message source consolation his
years to afflicted relatives know Sam is about six feet
the state Chamber i had in that It high, well made, black co oplexX} -
: i immediately) after the convocation, to Capital. produced! but little! l\en iJ-1 t.'iar! every demonstration of resp
:leS. ; fti1fl5t I ask again f for that sanction which) had been former tion. The reasons that General Jackson gives :! his mc-uory, and to Aol 1 with a lying confidence, years JOHN B. COLLINS.

Government has prohibited the Bri- I ly rclused. This promise has not been kept, and for his menaces of hostility, appear too weak to I tiiat he Ins Iwquealhed to his ,', 'C1 the legacy of February 21 1S35. 2S- w

The Chinese General Jackson justly complains excite much anxiety in Franceand a war with a spotless n.imc.-\\Communiealcd.]

of. tb tIde with tnat country. The Temps expresses its regret at President) the United States seemed to come too jrreala distance In duincx', Flnri'ln. IIn Suni.-ty evening 22d >f Fe- Storage Business.

Jnckson's prejudging with hostile feelings, a to cause real nhrm to a couniry so little bruary. at lie: n sifftucc: of Jumcj UiIjsoM, Eq. M-s subscribers have united under the
style of
for the last few days has ben cold I question JULIA O. t'RINK THE
fttweaJher ; which he o''htto; have: known was to be maritime as ours. The} general indifference; with North consort of A. M. Friuk. ;i native of F. UUERR & Co., for the purpose of car

ti j rain iv-more like winter than spring, the ther- submitted lo a new legislature in France. There 1 1i which the message }has been received by the She \itKnd Cnrolma rIle rlmiaie I.n el y from New Londor., (fonn. rying on the Sto'-age Business in the Town of St
;ranging from 33 to 41 degrees. i i1'e has been cI/un-j as the last hope towards re- Marks, and promise the strictest
nM ; in the affair of the 25 millions claimed by the try, not participated in by our OWn siorin, a r.vi.-tiuuion ) attention. They
pr'yeJl.il Ja by disease. The decline
United States a question of Constitutional right i istry, who, it appears by the disclosures from dra'h} of ilk be doing a Commission business, and respectful
lady iiiuit bmrnted
Ufl.gI nnderstand that :lie other half mill ion of stockr by those who ly solicit the patronage extended to John Blair Peai.
which the Chief of Washington, are placed in knew her worth
a Constitutional sate ought to an awkw.trd predicament i but lh-y should not repine, since chy. C. F. DUERR
in New York
Bank has been eaten ,
r Union have better appreciated men the President has : They have ornmised yment; a nil it w they have: reason to hope that she U gone to enjoy JOHN BLAIR PEACHY.

tw Of this stock have been mad* at seven per ceu d uime. France lias little uneasiness to feel) from asked whether the Chambers will! nider the the MesMi! ; 'iromiJ f t.osc wh dip n the Lord St. Marks, Feb. 21 23-tf .

The capitallijon of this Instiution: is now one i these Message attack !::T ____ _
I rtmiun1. j bravadoes, which, in licfhave been dictated r s an on its dignity, or whether -- = -- -. -y J
pr: of dol.ars bv certain interests wilnin 'her own boundaries. 'througti timidity they will pass; tile indemnity bill. Book Binding. A Mill, Negroes and Land for Sale.

U What is just cannot reasonably! be refused, but it 'I In the latter case, it will be said that our] Mi'nnlry .NO BALDWIN FM iRE snbscr.bers: intending to close their business

C W.5noroN: Feb 13th, 185 remains to he decided wlcthcl.Iit! claims ought I and toe cabinet at Washington, will have league.I : .J and the puolrc' in respectm.ly wenTal that inform he has his trends JL at Asjialaga, the ensuing summer, with a view

: D'r Sir-I had j>uppj>ed that my publi ation in I II nut to remain unanswered, when the f firm or sprit to destroy the independence; the Chambers. If BIOK Bi..dm-r u this city, in th.- store recommenced now ofopei in the* ae.Saw Apalachicola next fall, will tell a bar
t 10th of January wa* so plain nndrau1Jtlt 1 i t i in which I iherelttre, the of the Jam gam and Grist Mill. The Mill is titua.teu .
r of th they are made, would lender satisfaction: } uv.jority j Chambers submit to ; occupied S. Lynn Esq. All -irde-s fo' bind- one mile and a half from the

1h1t noon' c,"iid misconcctv.-or mi"l'ndert'j i an act dishonor, neither the representatives nor 1 the earnest entreaties of the Ministry, and have I, ing wil: be exec..icdwith neatness and despatch OIJ urding an abundant supply of water river on a Creek a.
throughout tha
sh-m be 1 the of France the weakness to pass the bill of b-jobre-bound many pa: ern r qtl 1 ed. and
e I'. That i s meaning perverted by government require any impulse to indemnity which Tallahassee year. commands a good supply of timber, was
p ', flflOt at ,,li' remarkable: ,win< to the >blijruityriml stimulate them to do what: consistent wilh the i it has once rejected, without a threat, it will! he -- March 7th 30tf.Union 'mtrlyo..ned by Mr.Dicksonand has lately been

t c ; ', and character. Yo i seein lo have dignity, and honor of the country, but the Cabinet the ministry, n.ore than thesuhsorvieni Chamber, I Bank of Florida. rebuilt by us. The Grist Atiil is the best in the neighborhood -

i'f bis cJncJuion ir<1in thai publication: that I I i ought to resign in favour of a new one that is better that public opuiou will acr.tI.(. The public will .It and commands nearly the whole custqm.
Tameiiiig of the Board
of < >
irev-tors We
zette.ulisi.. ira"n say, t mt I made the extracts from the able to bring this question to an issue as well as then he mahgnint at a Ministry, t forgetful of all :\l Unio Bank of Florida, held at .heir of Bank-the v aluable will slave sell with and the mill, desired, four or five ery
jnvDdcd hal *, t* o and
of mutcfher ioiatmly, Inve plnled with the American .!O' ig: House in the Ci of Tallahassee Lu. wagons teams. Apa*
Icteri: S ion to ae oy in stake the Pre- y on .he loth hicola affording a regular and market
i pn rate Tbl" i II 't 't. There 1nl" ) part ol'the pubjcvionhich The Courier Francais sjys-"this document veriunent, tu destroy" thefl independence of the Fe ruary, 1835, the fallowing Resolution wa>- adop- for lumber makes this a desirable an improving for
Frencu property one
Sid Dt. hears Chan hers. ted
tile impression of an irritation which :c. :-
ve expected who can devote his
UI.Il attention
will authorise the constrir'ion andproWy 1 to it. The
Il lei 1 1 without, however conceiving that it honEd Ti.e Pat is Jour des Debats, ridicules some Resole d, That each and every Sf-ck-holder in the will be shewn at any time to property

hl.d :iJTJ .aye : la !cn into il by the assumpsion, or would be carried to such a degree of violence. proceedings at the Frond. Chambers on tI'e 10th, Unio.i B nk of'lorida l IJ e.' and .e is hereby Ifi. ti- purchase. any person wishing to

: in\\ d f:1hen .d of the rretell atlwr 'stated"T I It is not very edifying to hear a government, which when a meiibcr depicted the consequence of a tuted and appointed an accredited agent of said Bans v'w e will also set our stock of Goods comprising *

..ateIre. ) zipyt.it 1 the Prcsulen )hiuJ J me some 'ctters in professo ihe eternal principle: of Liberty and Justice war with Amcnra. for the purp se of eanyins .n'.. e :e .t the pr..vis axis a good assortment for the season and will sell, or rent.
of the 3d:
ot" Charter
ffhi hlloanJ 1 'IIY",'' ab :ed, alI I a'terwarJ..lelra- I declaring: its resolution to itself Sec. its which Section is in'u r improvements, consisting of a Store House and a.
, avenge uponindividuals these word to wit-
itb them and did intend : and
d p.ivaie no .tt
: new Warehouse
> ge for
.0c of
dthii! LATEST
< : lor supposed done by their NEWS FROM 'R \NCE. Sco ; 3 Be it storage cotton, on
}uiid, % ...m\bl'wu them to uie. T. ey w re not in myon ] I wrong- governrneat WASHINGTON enacted, That in all Instances the river bank. It is kown to be a good stand for
\ ,,' I&fl.r : 1 was riadiagtilt1fl, and ware I : and proposing confiscation: of their Feb. -21.- \n express; yesterday, in wMch s.aves shall be mortgaged in virtue !ti' and u tavern, and. need no further recommendation are

byor Ie rlo.o'1 1on 0' ,,:.N cii.LI nir.
TUl'cmuiI'n: '.'r.V.I iam.' and Geu S-arcy's-: common righl. i'lie ill huiuor: of the Pre idenlSMS \vhicii: we extract such delails of Pireign news as main with the m frager, any law to the contrary ,leven hundred balss: cotton, and expect to receive season

J1 Q.u. j 1.'t'l" mac from the papers Iill'-! in the ,\naif led him lo find indicatp/ns of evil intention in are givci in tint: p-int. They are taken from t notwithstanding, until i-y the covenant or covenants bout the same quantity the present season.

111 h dl'f..I''t'I"D Ir Dt1 .ll.-and put into mywarV certain circumstances attend.ng the conduct of Lot don .irinls. c ntained in said nirtgagit shall be lawfu': for the The terms of any of the above property will be
aO'tMu' ord.'rol ol the cOlmni tee fur ,'remarKS France The editor of said Bank to se.z he same. And i. aanv .ime ihe made
the Coiner accommodating and
winch in inciiiselvfs \\ere ;perltcily his g- & Enquirer endea- President "f said" Bank i"ed great bargains may be bac

l I IleT' larii I:: ...1.It"dJ.IJ' he i mik ijjuate: T.1 ie havj
en t'.uiv.: ill accords with those conciliating in- crude. opinions. with. ihe.news.) t that war was inev County Curt, o: Justice of fie Peac? that he .
en i h !" !:on pUlhc! papers tiled in a public matter, I' .. Aspala 21 1st February !S3.'. 23-tf
(I ( I're kI ::liIac.4.'Ib.t! 1"l1 thc.nld. duration* 01\ \vrucn! fie made so uudi par.ide. riistdreaLs name it inns be recollected! that lie is a :ork. believes tint the said m 'q ager inte- ds removing .

II' The le-.tfrs of MrJolin B /llim} and Cu!! A Bel-) II I mwevvr, wit! )produce no clfect. A rup- jobber, a till no doubt accommodates his political) or is as-out to remove, T has commenced '0 remjve, LUST. 4-

tit ]JamIlft', ::.k-J al-.o in tlm} Senate I"y G os'. Dural I. I ture woul.1 he fully as prejudicial America as to i.is pecuniary specula I ions.. I the said save, or sLn'esbe'olld th-' reach of thelaws I .\ BOUT the middle of December, on the St. Au-

\ ". utruetiat t me.e two I letters do not refer lo Mr to Frit.ce, ud he will tinuk twice bel; pe he resorts Tie iii'iral *ense of every man, savage or civilized of this; Territory, in vi >lation of his covenant: (. guaune road, between Tallahassee and Mr.

h ttt:['J'I Wri1 c.laigfs t'uuins, ur tpeciai designation la to tteatittts'iimclm: wouid suspend the relations must condemn the delil>erate violation of w th' he Bank Ju it shall and may be lawlul for said I -. ti': plantation, a note of hand drawn by Ira San-
Ju tice Ata ,
to j'r.! rtiien-e (sat: tbey r lor 'I and contra- of amity between the two countries-cumiicrce j the '1I1t ofTrcitws.: Public opinion throughout! slave Ige or slaves> directed to ts-ue an hmc :t aga-ns such L i orn to the order of Geo. Lanm-in, for Two Hundred
eL I r!", wh.ch It ar- the identical cJiar or to any Marshal, -omtua-id- .v.id ihirly-onr Dollars and
t ut.p rvpo es.As } in inthienct- ninety-five cents. The
rlyelt.I, (to ia pu.)ilicatun a ains Gen CaL hardly ,WI\ nothing II) apprehend from this (point 'urope'ill due time, exert a salutary in g him to seize and ake such -lave or slaves, and I f'.tIer shall be satisfactorily rewarded
If the United States over the excitement in Paris and will make return rh'fI'of he by leaving it
ten u .. : notice ajfair have a right to demand wliat momentary to next Cun h"1vi..g om- wi ith'!
ae ary o so tr flint jn or to GE). L.\N\JAN.
al1.ur.t I thi t the i'oul] Mspt'isioas lo'iu'ie' u -on i:. hey conceive lo be due to t.em.; France lias aright wehavt I ; no (LOU bt, 'induct i t the French Chambers petcn- jurisdiction, in the >ame way ais provided L :'... 14. 27-tf

. 01'I lvi n.it the aithor of the numbers) in q je;tioi. to re-iisi j such dcuriud--, if.slit-considers them to complyvilh lite stipulations; I of the trea ty. Wecoiceive by the general law of A"ta'iment : Frond-, moreover .

tit of Thai I ha.t *catluui! I a'hnit. Thai m read mr them oj exhorlitnnt. It is a fault m the nlcts'ge that it al iiit,>! impossible that I I that enllgllleneJG't"l'rnml'lI i I hat in any ca-e of rnortgagi's un a slave or It: O T I U .ii.

ad IIoJ 1 Ini :ft i\'n forrcc d the inipolinjo1 mi"scopyim; does not admit this reciprocity. : wIll rush into war al the s.icntice of slaves! by vir ue of"shis act, the incrca ,e of such slaveor G' WILL be absent from Territory a few montX.'
wjrJ. : slaves sha.l be subject to (il h" same 1 er., created by I and during absence IV'r R. II.
;orO t i. pcs-iMe of that 1 have nu cII. ctii-n The Nttioual : "uf.Pr silent] Jackson's luiional: cnarncter, and of hundreds of millions, my Stuart of
ft L'ii I !liuuid 'h it Gin Cii )l' fne-li\.{ says saidmortg'geMarch '-.itahoochceVill, act as my a 'ent and authorised
.i : 25 Glabe.
threat .shall merely observe trrsive millions of(ra IlCS.- '
t'ia4 inihc we tnat it is not mile, 7 h ::1'h-v. Attorney. HECTOR
; xitesj between Inn McNEILL.
: anil! myself, to re- 7' .
virthai "hll L'U' sycrn ,'f warfare wU <:h had hen singular that it should reach Pans, on the very Frr.m the: N. Y. Courier and Enquirer, Feb. 19.NEWS CHANDLER' Uuincy Feb. 21 28-3 wI

,e I r a: 'td :1IIdrlcit"ed} aj a-nst me in all prvrcding.exit lay that the Moniteur published command, the EDWARD CHUISTiAN F. DUERR is .
Iotiocc ',,/: tu seriny< in of our Terri'orv detcrrair. absurd i'lcium: of M. Talleyrand on the success of Late and Recall TTTORNEV AT LAW. ised h..rcby fully author
l : ui'3' important from England- of th u> collect the debts of the late firm of PEACHY
; .] -- t.i ne my 1..1"'t: -e ui'h all friend, '.. French diplomacy: and thit' merit of the l :.
1 prevent Bova wis French Minister!-The American Minister j> IY: Office at his residence. & ALVCKINDER, and those of the subscriber. Persons .

,rt fisaicaijn, : > run nt him. Theie are five instances dom. tel! ordered! of France. eAt Tallahassee March 71 18.15. SOtf indebted to either will please make immediate
"it" In IIC'I :11 ilOS wen >!II' vu to uf, whtch I dis- Tlie Temps considers that the dispute between -_ paym itt. Ijmdividualiwho made
hnll'pa.t 0 'clock! 1:1'i evening, w r.to"'I..I purchases of Cot'on
t oi I e.llied; auJ 11 cim-t.'qucuec of ruv ad 'ir.r tKp'l .. ,'ruIce .',.1 Amciir-a is nut "f d nature to bring London: papers( of the! 17lh, and Liverpool of tHe I Jf3- By yesterday's mail I leceived Bagging and Bale Rope are earnestly requested toettle
teren : Jis..ed I tivve it to candour to s that i
-y about a ci'lisuu wliose% consequence would be I 8th Jan. from Charleston fresh s JOHN BLAIR
II bir )hii Iricnds had rev.ved the I by the Packet Ship Orpheus, Captain I anti genuine Wcine matter. PEACHY.
personal: asa
equally fatal; to the people of boih countries. It is Bi1rsl'l.v-h.v which I I[ am nw r' aiy! to Vaccinate th..se who have St. Marks, Feb. 21 iivtfWooden
of appliedo
ls: ap' :U:. 1 >luu ii not have ?i\.dllJlpelf! any ( we sm placed: in oossession
" { tr.JJJI! t.J prey .n' MI h as .Ir frieuls, in'heexerciM1 said that an understanding exists between the I!j toe very importani information, tlntM. Serrurier : me, and any others who wish it. -'a
tnree of the Americiu States to the effect Feb. v8; vD-tf W. W. WADDLE. 'Yare.PAINTED .
If u IIIh.. li eximin lh Ci'mduc candidates for powers j the, Fienchilinister to ihi-: country, has been or- : .
1If'S t 1I"t': LaJ cbo-jpn iu 1Il3k "Mv friends had been ttiat the Chamber: of Representatives will nuke i I ileced' home, and our ]:jdi.ltfIr.. Livingston, I NOTIC: :: Pails (iron bound,) Nest Tub

itld tiZed u a -lefts'i j .e war for six years, and were the gram necessary for the hostile measures proJect th I and Peck Measures,
apprized It the which it I T thp.
pIs"I"rl t was expected next r.ourt of Leon
Lot county countyI shall Flour Pails
divw-wd President; Canes
to occupj t.iat P\itlt on 'onfjer Sme by : wl ch time Senate he ,
rm- lIt "((pure in at his (1&5-1 .J __ cxhilut, a settlement ofal!
a'fietu eon-sequence, were my accounts as administrator I- Churns Feather
"!1P se-1 tiiat: Uey had, re.-eivcd injuries at will reject, nud that all will be knoAn in Pans in Dusters, -
or.n ii1p bind of G-jeral CallVeii I .hat ., posal. JLi other word, he was pohlfly ordered I of the cttaie off.Li.ii STAFKOH deceased I I, 1,000 feet Wood BwIs.Turnc .
aw they time for the French Chamber
In. crl'1IO d -4p.i-.fJ to n.uW the old jdau of may vole the 25 I oui of Fr.ujccand was to have left on the follow and pray to be discharged fn.rn said: :idf mUtratioirKlCR&r.l Ware, B B Pails,
1 11 I .; I : opera1 millions, under the. impression of that rejection.Tais : tug : ) '\T.( STAFFORD B B Fool
did al:! in my S'll\\'C! to prevent it on the partm : tlay, Thursday' the 15 January. Tubs, Cocoa Dippers,
f is all xveil but such to Tullah.-usee 'eb. 2S.29tf a'lrn'r..f (Pis Si'
e W',1iU. 'llJrh, very a (plan produce I care indebted to the politeness of Captain I itfor !.ic-cd.! Shaker Dippers, Knife Boxes,

: I n cry uspeclfully your ().l'lt ser'vt eifeci ought h) remain Nilcnl. The Union it appears Bnrsley for the London per of the 17Lh-the NOTICE. Lucifer Matches, Hair Brushes,
,Ii'. tlni. J\)-?ElI WHITE. has Its despot, who although temporary i* t !hirst .recclwd-Olll" files being only (0 lie 16IIJdUMve. ; i *,L rcrsons, iirleWed to the estate of hALl Boot J i,ks,
___ _____ no les: absolute. His GU\.cfHwe.lt and /his Chainbers JOIIMSOU will make V\ bite and Orange Lamb 'kin Mats,
di-ceascd immediate
Despatches ;
lor the Secretary of Stale Lk. payU'.I -
t1 r 111c LATEST FROM FRANCE have already anived at playing diplomaticcomedy. were hr night up by our news taO.Uler, and foe-: : and these having de-maud;; Hill: .HVSTJI them as factory Expected prices by by the Schr. Delta GEO.and will be sold afc

warded to PuilaiL'hiiia! I the law di'erts to, A. B. :.HHE!: LANMAN.
ft Reception of the President .Mesic.ue. : by tins: nvmiing's m Iii. F14.. 27-tf
.itIv.ej3d' Trait cali2fS fro.n Havre J,IlT'.aj vf.121 h Jan. FclJ. 2'h![ 1835 9.8'
T ft 0-irk.M: shin Havre Capt. StocJJard) has Tile important this \ v
\\? : with Jllxil.ty" very intelligence by arrivals .in.J.l..jSTR.dTOR'S'OTICE..
e expected : the moment I
s.nd r. a1'lrt'd:1I NViv York (from Havre brin rin: dates \vhen we could kuowine great effect produced inP.m.sby i contained in the L'uuion l\iuruing Chronicle of Union Bank of Florida. :x weeks afrer date application will be made to

bIllIe 13111 uU: Below) will bw'fuuiul all ilie imp i. who su' 8ribed tinCaiiiial the hon. the County Court for the County
> Stock
ac:1t1Dd the of thc President of the United the 16th, under the head ol PARTIES to of _
rnt: !1t.'W which In* hi-en received by this ar- Viales.Thjs ines-sage on iu22J January last, are hereby Leon, for leave to sell the Real Estate of Samuel

.ere r'va' ci.ml; !! from Plli .lh! lpilh) napcrs."Vjddard I EXPRESS FROM PARIS. requested to c''me .forwaua'mI rorplcle their Alaultsby, late of said County, deed.
Capt. moment is come, and tIle message hasten MORNING CHRONICLE OrFICE 1 'Bonds and Mort B. F. COLEMAN.
I ptacurail of tne H'ivre thui the ages on or lieJ'-ve! the Isi day of
reports ol t little effect Paris. The motive that General Feb. 14 7-6w
Pf'rIident's rues: au-e was landed nt Havre on tin in P.icroy.lUnrn! ng. STile April next. By appliation; to the Cashier of the
ritdbre l'Ht. tJlat j il created much sensifnn Jackson xvanled to give to his menaces of hostilities Allowingimporianiunnouncemcntappeaiedin : i ..Uall, the p.rtitsvll he fumis-hc.! with! blink Bands A Teacher Wanted.
It on 'Change a: appeared too weak lo give i a great deat i of andon ;\ es, and will be odcd in preparios; them
tre..lJ was reported Havre that notes had anxicly it! Franceand a war with the United i lhe Monileur Wednesday: forexcCllt r1n. J(' UN G. GAMBLE: President. AGFNTLEMAN who can teach spelling reading

UelnJIIIDI. !? ; Dt xr.lianrreJ het.cnlr Livinirsion and AdVj 5iates; seemed to come from too: great a distance( The Kiug has recalled M. SERROBIER, his I i allahassee, Feb. ?S 99-if English Grarrmer, will meet.
'Hig.u' tile of with by making immediate
(> purport which was underiJirivj encouragement, application -
to clu: e real alarm lo little Minister at Washington. The Minister of Foreign
a so -
I"tt II ; ;: ."* hat) ; the bill would) have been brought country CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA. to the undersigned, mar Quincy.

pamaeUt ;1)w.lnij'c himlers: on time I 1-ilh I with I every as ours. *' t ffairs has made known this resolve to the 'ialla assc.;, Feb. 7th, lb5. J The situation will be entirely private one, andno

I lcir'f6U'CCS.: but that in Of Likewise, the impression that President Jack- Minister of tie United States in Paris, informing 'r HE subscribe of this insti.ution, are heiebynitified person ueed apply who cannot come well recontmen4ed.
'Tre clmsequcnC tla.l- SIH1! and hisco-djp'omatiits at Paris had been in I BANKS ME.\CHAM.
. &' lh.it annstahurent of Two Dollarson
deug occasioned! by i lhe! lhre.il in the I'resitmsidiT him that ;il rue same time, the passports whichil
eiHDOC nit'' hpe, w.lnoul a.iv doubt, combined with the fa each share has be n J'ed for by the Board of Feb 14 27-4w
frtard dl" e the g\l t.i J. ct \\'ooIJ) not he brought, ru'ui.s message, to produce any effect, has entirelytailed. he might require in consequmte of this commu Directors: and .hat the same will b? due ante t.
nil ifourC,in'" l''al' exciUrtneimL anti further} that I ideation, are at his disposal. In con t'QI\ lIce at be Banking House in Tala:: '}l\I.'Sef" on : first dayol > Fifty oreward.RAN .

,flt mreprof.4.d, Invre-3 theIr 6aijction; lo tile med Tha ConrieFrancais, says"A remarkablepecularily 1'ihe ..
t President Feb 28 Jackson Florida
tile French Go S9-ldp. county a Negroman
: : kt'd it in the President's Message is that he project ol a law relative to the American debt named Harry, between thirty five and forty
!md :i decluratioti of war
;.inf Caplii: .;|:.e rt >risals. does not appear to admit, that thc French Government will resented to the Chamber of Deputies! Negroes for Sale. year of age, five feet ten or eleven inches high, stnit
tatt't met with an insurmountable, obstacle in the HE subscriber having deiTmin to made, black complexion, one of his ears has been bit
l'Hl A clause will be added the 't' remove
l Ion Was lJst nc 'J'' ks the'' general) opnnhS refusal of the Chamber. The evident imputesto to-morrow. purof m iromhis Territory.. others for sale fifeen or I off close to nis head in a fi'ht, he is a keen artful fe).

'a- lII"1r: ) Io' P3r"r us llie cim1I1til they| could lime will of Ministers alone the non ,execution: which will he 10 guaranty eventually those sixteen likely Negroes, all of vioh are healthy and I I {l low and no doubt will give a favorable account of

tij11 I lOW COIl rrss woihJ(untrv. in order to ascerimmediate of the ratified treaty, witnout taking into account I: French interests wh'ich may chalIce to be com- mnditioned.: ASso his stok of ev.ry kind, i himself. I think it lilctly that he has been carried off

01'l1nhad Ltr Cl t the anhject. 'fl lnte thai the constitution grants to the Chamber veto promised." farming to'ls, household and kitchen furni ure, a I lot j l hv some person, or else has procured a pass 10 tiavel.
'"I ""Cte hoW 13\.Our ola, payment of bacon we'l dried. &c. &c. The neroes will sold {[ The above reward of fifty dollars will be giver tot
1 all pecuniary stipulations of! the Government enered into France" here I
aUlst upon Ti.e ; by !
Gri\'e II, ItS they! engagements tha 25th the delivery of said to me at
vs tre wnivilim to be at Baitibridge, Georgia, on March, and the j' negro my plantation, or
-ngifll M. \,.1flt H. It .u>us reporled HI Havre tlaatIolj I whether resulting from" diplomatic treaties or private L r-fen-olio, are no du..>: the solemn pledge of the other articles on the Oih, at the present residence of i ]twenty five dollars if confined in any safe jail, so that

: 1LLts, the AZJJerirm fjmker 81 Paris has arrangements. King, tha the bill of indemnity should le presented toil the subscriber, either lor cash or approved papers 'J get him, also, if he has been stolen I will give a re*

o.l qunee ,.r t.l.in the "fl'rlch fuudli in [Fm71lllht'ari Journal (m-nkrate) Le Tempi.] >c Chambers- This will accord ugly be done, tut I payable Christmas next, conditioned ttat if Dotpunctualy ward of fifty dollars: for the apprehension and con
of tfje coiise I finement of the thief in 'fe
urea : paid Ubear ten inlerest from the some jail.
I"U tezmetj> .!.tT| !cuhips i Ixitiveen the A >i.tmtition of iinc& > ''ttJ.olence. has it will doubtless be rejected into .Itr. In the meantime percent
.I Auutrk.s. : i.ru | I date. Any of the above will be sold pri-t .;AaY ROBERTS.
' tit W regr1. I I reached us from across lhe Atlantic. It is the chief the recall, of the French) Minister and the prompt property Feb. 14 27.4w
nee tonGe to Perr-rfvc that vately if applied for pefore the day of sale.
.. I'j I II' 1 tilt" tateruet ofCJpt. the French papers; ;I ofa pretended liberal republic, who addresses it to order (for suciiil: is in effe-t t,1 for the American Minister J. A. WOOTON. jrJThe nsacola Gazette is requasted to give

I''M tilet\'as the TOI'DAKD. France, liberal and just. to qu.t Par s, leaves no doubt of the determination : _anincy, February 28 !
'Chants iL'llnonoflIie Prominent Americac It is to he regretted that Gen. Jackson has anna fnr settlement.
;h at tl at Rant' I prejudged of the Frennch Government to wifjioli the indemnity : -
) bt-t Settled! but that the claims wouid have in a lone prematurely hostile, the conclusion and for WAR. NOTICE.IX J

'nege. for the threat in the President's i I; of a question which he knows must be sub- -T -- prepare- -'------- .",-,:I : weeks after date I shall apply to theJude of FLORIDALA.*< .O F-JR SALE.
4frial"1 "I'bt Hcnrt milled by UK to a new le ilatnre. the County Court for letters of Admimslralion ,"HI-: undersigned having purchased of General
? has brought' despatches H.r ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. on the Es'ate of "Win. J. Mauldin, deed. La Fay e tie,|he township of land in Floridagran.ted
aside United
.- governnentf01 Selling rights ol Ihe and
T Tenti of the CurL for the
Our ire. next County O. SEWALL.
him the
I 31 P'lri which A' to by Congress of the United States offer
ret tl'3ltnd. we tin- the delays of which they pretend to have a right of Leon shnll accounts Jackson ,
ere forwarded county we present onr i Marianna, County, Feb. 22 [28 29-6w.] the same for sale.
to Washington by ex- to complain, there is in the affair t these 15 millions and vouchers as ndministraiors on the estate of Wi n. This land U situated in the immediate

'Ie to which they lay claim, a question of constitutional Hall, deceased, for settlement. NOTICE. hood of Tallahassee and ia be'ieved for neighbour
the fertility of
!fellt'. M highest' importance.; The huv, which ought to have been better I. JNO. C. HALL THE in tbe Union Bank of Fionda oil, and loral ad vantage ,to be more valuable than

PIj" ,Iii are S3ffc hat reached France, nnd ilicewsetvsjof I, understood and appreciated by the chief of a state M.irch7,1833 (:f33tc| \V. l. HALL. in Lei 1 county, are requested to caY any other land in the territory.

1 JOlt Fr nch tilled: with documents. It appears; : !I governed by the most rigorous constitutional prin I IX weeks after date, ns the! principal creditor, I orf and tin leave Clerk the of Leon County of Assessor's Court fees., at Tallahassee! The Southwestern part of the township adjoins the ;

thtu k p the Vltainb'rs had fixed upon! the 12 ciples. U I shall apply to the honourable the County Court amount city of Tallahassee, from which point. to the shipping

'9 .4tbert "*"* subject of the American Treaty I Notwithista nding some declamatory precautions for the county of Leon, for Lellcrs. Administrationon Tallahassee Februay 28. 29tf THE APPRAISERS port of St. Marks, a distance of abou wenty miles,

been a fair prospect that the indemnity :. against the language being construed into an intention the Estate of William Kinnardlate of said count y, 3d Stolen. a rail road is in contemplation to be made, in a short
WO\M hue SIMMONS. Stray or
granted. The arrival of the to intimidate France" it is too clear that 1 in deceased H. F. lime.The
- IletUgt ap ars' to have been most unfortunate this affair Gen. Jackson similar March 7th, 1935. [SOtfJADMINISTRATOR'S] c FROM my dwelling in Tallahasse, on navigation ot the St. Marks river has been rr
has shown himself
tnghtd spired ;;; : the night of ihe 5tb inst. alight cohurvK rentty improved, to a point within six miles of the
.- as to the course the Go- to what he has been in his difficulties wilh the SALE OF old Southeastern
take. apBBv ed Sorrel Stud Colt, three years part of the townhip, which will afford
t p.ould
dIft ta j We arc therefore obliged bank that is to say-au arrogant logician and self NEGROES. this spring, he had a very long tail, a 'small white'in navigation for a cheup and certain transportation of

l I d impressions Of the people from the willed patriot. be sold at Public Auction, to the highest! his forehead, and some marks of the saddle. $5 reward produce.This .

,:10. I 111 3ve dOPIOIOnsflhc French Journals, which France need not be uneasy about: these bravadoes WILL before my store in Tallahassee, on Saturday will be given by me for proper information where: land will be sold in parcels to tuit those.wishing .

'ri)1)1) hat most fully which-certain private int.erestihave no doubt the 25th of April next, between the usual-hours t he is, or more amply paid if delivered to me in Tallahassee to puijhase, on a credit from fire to eight, Yeal'

w We can gather, it appears that the dictated particularly as these interests are i.ot cir the following: NEGRO SLAVES belonging to the ,also, if he hat been stolen, f 80 reward for the it reasonable prices-those wishing to purchase ww
traf1cegt have a cumscribd late of Gadsden apprehension and confinement of the thief in seine safe Juke application to either of the undersigned .<*
the limits
I very unfavorable effect. by of the Union, and that I it estate of Henry Mashburn, county
'the" not bt jail. Feb. 28 1835. JOHN T. JOHNSON WILLIAM B.NUTTALL
frightened into any meauure 1 would not be difficult to designate that corner of deceased. a Negro Woman called Esther, with her 29r2w ,

J reservation of peace, and rood if not all I of Paris from which may have proceeded the advice I three Children, Elias a fine boy about 12 years ofae Land for Sale. HECTORW.BRADEN1 WILLIAM CRAIG.
entertain the March about 6 and Billy about one .
I kijef that the a boy years
United followed the of the
I writer*
hieb.Jall much by message. Term of Sale-One-third cash, the balance at will! tell on favorable term two tracts of LAND,,'- Tallahassee,November 8SdJ833. _15tfICJThe
at yrar.
"1tb lftident' Jack stake, will) not put L We prejudge in DO way the manner in whichthis 12 months, with eight per cent,'inlerest and approv ed ,I one in this county and one other in Gadtden, onAppalachir.ola SwmiuJk Georgia, Cfuaiestandurtuta Xsrtwi

. 11 and into execution delicate question will be considered by the personal security, with mortgage on the NegroestheWchaser river-Both tract ire mortgaged to Constuli n2uf, Soutktrn Rtcwdcr,.MDlei).!

tment g. 9f sentiments, we fear an I French Chambers. We are persuaded that were paying for all necessary papers. Sold I by the Union Bank, but no loan taken on them. ville, Georgia; Richmond Eq Kfr and, Star a1il'

X ter 8petd our difticnlties will not be! the honor and dignity of the whole country is concerned rder of John Car oeb'an, Administrator. R. J. HACKLEY. N. C.; will poblish the above for-nfefc firteki acd ftgrjP.

1We'gave tiie following. ." neither its representativei, nor the govern-iI 7th Marcb, 1835. ISOtdJ B..' J. HACKLEY. Talkhuse Feb. 31st 1835. 28.tf. ward- thii tccoont* ttthiaoe"l


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Can. 861. [No.: xxxviiL] An ct.to prevent any person In this they are hereby made exempt from taxation until said lands I U CfLl.A "

Plo Territory Iro-u carrying anna thu court having the to order EOUtt .>
pkaws of the Territory of a. secretly. shall be surveyed by order of power Foar CojV

such survey, or until the survey or surveys heretofore or : ('ssr ., Editors-Webe nTC'loN ('N. .)JJlI. u

Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of hereafter to be made by the Surveyor General of this Territory' following! facts S 1 eetvso+bk tay.ii

np. 836. [Nt xxxiii.] An Act to revive an act to provide for the the Territory of Florida, That from and after the passage of shall be accepted by the cjaimants of said lands: Provided I learned, for theillasiraiiSJSSJ1! I

collection therein named.of Judgments against free Negroes and oilier persons this Act, it shall not be lawful for any person in this Territory, this section shall not apply to county taxes now allowed: by law. narypliraomeuon.whLhwe wS /'kinwm.u
: th-i i.t>, bjjraei1--!
t Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council to carry arms of any kind whatsoever secretly, on or about their Sec2.. Be it I further enacted, That no tax heretofore assessed -:. fi.e U lit 'd. '1 he moat iAi was, n 'JUr I ,

; and if dirk, pistol, or other arm, or except such lands mentioned in II!e T..e nJjug I
of the Territory of Florida, That the act to provide (for the persous any weapon against or imposed upon an : an are tnjjMy. whb.e 8.rch.tiC he C
; collection of free and other a common pocket knife shall be seen, or known to be the first section of this net shall be collected and Said liinds; ooau.Ua.ly s ud.icd :lh.ltle'Jh : she its
judgments against negroes, persons 111 Uiar lin an.
I secreted upon the person of any one in this Territory, such shall bo held free and disobirged from stKn tax, and al d..Ie'- ; '.spar Uhlln rue Writer fta.
;2 therein named, passed the 28th day of January, 1832, be, m.dtho any Stan ;,t :he i i1g iy oc.an, lq
person so offending, shall on conviction, be fined not exceedingfive of of such lands thereof for itx what Trj titter which taj
or any tnm.juil ttaprutroiii
same is hereby revived and made in full force from the passage any parts expanse oe.ore us-. w'. .
of this act: Provided however, that tb'n net shall not apply hundred dollars, and not less than fity dollars, or imprisoned the passage of this act, shall be null and void and vest no title ceiu-to' y.i te Zat\.tD.'T.u SCtl.l',0
: not more than six months and not less than one monthat aitenti .r.v in the purchaser thereof. 07 a hiU 11.
: to flee who writ a resident in this Territory a S.
any negro previous r'CthJj wen i'uatc'I'ti .
to its cession to the United States, and who has continued the discretion of the jury Provided however, that this law, Sec. :. Be it further enacted That the owner or owners, y 'A.: ., ere l're elf t curs. ) :ltzrect. I-, r

to reside in it to the present time. shall not be so construed as to prevent nny person from carryingarms or any of tlum, or tli.t lg ilt or :1 Lilts of any of such owners, : lirV UCUi 4a I frg: rs.t.ImFU. l1cer :'ftn ?uto Ilf11114

'" Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the act, entitled an net openly, outside of all their clothes ; and it shall be the shall "ivc notice in wiitfug to t.ix-cuilcctor uf! the IY t t ihit I I :e bJ ., in:yt le jfcS: flL h'l1 Wtc P '. 1t
b"fnlhcl l aidpftlt
duty judges of the superior courts in this Territory to give the lands have been ail! if "% ,'d.! ; ; tu Wlt.i1.1tUl
said not
to repeal the before mentioned act, padsed.16ih day of Janu surveyed as :!ore-' "r sun y r.,a eJ ralfc: wr ', tae pn eO&&
matter contained in this act in spucnl charge to the grand juries that the saidurvey has not been received H'i .it- i iI fire 1-.1.3fo tJ \e n.
ary, 1834, be, and the same is hereby repepealud. ; accrpuvl 1 jr :m uuoa .,?. / .? .- : tlad Ihl
Passed February 13th 1835.A1lpruved. 1 in the several Counties in this Tcnitory, at every session of factory t by th<* owners or claimant .n's..id: Undand o.; *;uh t I s'ln.! la.. 1;''.''ra'--' :.-i( ,'. we u.
; 1 ,
the Courts. I 11'Z, \ .::. .He tlIlIIUnc
he' iJi.1 l t.jv-colN-r.tor al! tL'e.v4iia .
shall further -
14th 183ft. notice( s-l puhl procottlins c
II February ;; the z;tiid!, .: ..errit .I. OJ\ .i OQlte 'II
: \
*, and makdue return ltle:..! in the ire a5Uf r. : ii- .ir rir. .. Ia: ;. f l'." ..cctji.ievcc \ -ueYe aaaat

Passed January 2Sth, 1S35.Approved: I S.-c 4. !B.; It further cincled, That thi< act shall take! efbct ; .'i.e on13.. ,r.-(Por.D wz trot sat> a'

I January 30th, 1835. I from u: passage.Passed ; f J'oh J 1l3I.

Cnir. 357. [No. xx iv.] An Act in relation to Fugitives from Justice. I .. :'Givinthe ba?" is ", klowttJ be ,' C

I Me it enacted by the Governor and Lcgllilatl"u.Coundt of i February 9th, 1S35: r:1la'.ea.no.l'tht. A r -uu jji g itCegawz'cli.trt.ail I ..d r 2taicr.i.

.1 the Territory of Florida, That it shall be thc duty of the Go. Approved February M;h, 1335. t ev.-n a_' visa .o ayo aj : wert'and tna.e ain
xix. Act eaab'e' nmrieil tJ
CHAT. S6- [No x; ] An to women to convey I Na '
vernoi of this Territory, when demand >hail be made of him, by ? .e lwu1. hI.1 : _e. 1 ingti' ; -W"
their estate tit' iuneriiauce.Sec. ..- .
reui n ht ra'rrtl} -, )'l[', he iSu
the Executive of State of from I S
wiy or Territory, any fugitive I I '
-bc ..} ,> h.m -i.r ..})tb.-r n' becV?
; justice, in the manner prescribed by the act of Congress, approved 1Be it enacted by the Governor and legislative Council f vira, .-iow(; ce. anlha.J ,a''j!...t>; !?

12th Eebrunry, 1793, t') cause said fugitive to be arrested -! of the Territory of Florida, Tb.u any mHriiod: \\onmn ouniu CU.l' 86:. [N o. xi.m.] ,1:! Act to provi.io ::*r the: est-i Lishnicnt: Aioralzati:1 .1 : en.Ln i t x*: in
und secured either by making public proclamation, 01 by ;;: real estate of inheritance in this Territory, may .- H. convey, :; i of UK- $i.I&ri:.:; Or; vc Guard;. I Mis a;.:l I lp you,,)*up;ou it-ves we aij Ken 3ntw.!,I
< issuing order. to that etartas he deem most expedient, triatcdl
may transfer f or mortgage the same, or any pan thereof': in the ame to 'givcyou Us uag.' er.J

under his band and the seal of the Territory, directed to all and ; manner as she might do, if she acre sole und unmarried: Pro- Sec. 1. !;,, 't i--Jici-:: '! bv :1.'J i : au' Li"ji.-I; Itiwe Council -. J

singular the tn.ir halls! aud sheriffs &* this Territory, therein :! viJed, the husband of said mtrrtd '"\man join in such sale of( thn (',rntor-. ot 1.1- r:, Thit tru-: ..!i: '..nn l"IJlDlnVt, .J l' ..Fr.J... Vi: 0-ub-c-' Gnz-.le tai-a,Q 4o.

'J'J:1 commanding them to arrest the fugitive therein n-imed: and it lt j ronvry.ince, traiiofer, or mortgage, and the >'tint be. ma.'u a .i i j mouu t'rll lirlc-rnt-n, in the c':.;lii. :.f 4\, .at.::!i-?, ,\'i'J( known T> tn'' I h -1'i-n,' bit I t'}I.or, iVtl.- .. "-,C'.1.._. .'.." .. lIIlft,

t shall be the duty of any marshal or sheritf upon receiving such j j i .uiihfiiiicHtcd in t.w manner prescribed by the .ewer Il i> ;s-u: i 1 Spring Jruvc viMids shaH f h., .t-i: lit : sin: is h?r"*by c.nns.tIj-$ : of ,!Ie": .S nal! U.. .. ,..I. -- .. t-jet ",...

order, forthwith to execute the Maine. 1'I force. regiiliV.inu conveyances v>f real: c-tito: and tae! rict) uur,. ted au indep nt comp.\t1.Y\ n- alid! the r--ir.dovt_ : ;'laJ.. rl.L.j J J.n '.... .t.. .. u ..' .a:!}.'T 1Jo
Sec. 2. Be it l funbcr enacted That when fugitive shall I crov. >, .111 fv::. a. i' ;/1-e .J",. : ..
any and duihur.ticstinj the same; .mil pro\'itJt'd also, that stiwh married Set. 2. Be it further ciu.-t"'!. Thit tc'"i'! :urot iij ion-: 10 fl '.;tza. Vha rtes1i. ._ .," ), Se
1 1PI be arrested, he, or she shall be immediately committed to some women sluli! dCI\Iowledgc! on a sej>-!r'it. or private exami.1 pmyhall: consist of .ir .':i--t; u.i, one fir- /:'.'.:-nuut, ore second ":"'...;. :1rd .' frequ.uly .'. fl I"j ...Jt.a ..'..IJI, .lijpl.

safe jailor prison; and it shall be the duty of the marshal, deputy nation, before! too officer or other peinon appointed by lieuteiiu .,*, two tiiir.J I lir'MRiianis, five ?f: t _t nf-, .lit I !"1tJr :' ie : ::ts Ifter $-,UC u.iy'* Ilf'\ l1J .;,s h e 1"..1I

I marshil, shmfl or deputy sheriff": upon such arrest being I take her -knowletg''inent! of her execution of any su- h sale, corporals; atilt r'vit' .the rniinber of| privates u,;.y be rivii J to II ..31."C, R.i"cri u:1uouat .S\II. ,t.alht ltd:'ow.

made, to notify the Governor tlu-roof, and also of the jail ort the number of hundred f the vulunt ofttn j so-le ....a:..v, n the cArcwdiyaJi .tt'. ,, .
: : i conveyance, transfer or uumgage, separate: and apart horn Seri I ono men, lay -trv t-ar ) in"nt ,> u.A

II prison to which :a'd fugitive shill be committed; and said fugilive i said husband, that she execute i tilt ume freely, and w&t11.r.t y qualified persons', residing in ti-! couuty II' Aboh.ia.Sec ; tae.soot' OeotniJ aiyo.tf w" p .j.'i: t'dQv ill

t shall be dealt with as by sore; act of Congress i is provided. any I fear or compulsion of her s\iii lI baad. 3. Be it further enacted, Tat the oiriceis ,dre 1I!;/ eiated I indict.KctrpeU&tiarr "en.f ;

.i I Passed, February 4th, 1S35. Sec. 2. Bc; it further enacted, Tint all sales, ronvjyances, and <-ho-sen by the said comp anv. shall :nai:, ;i-.t:t "'oiiti.s-: :

Approved. :February 9ih 1835. trapsfers? or mortgage, lic-etofore toads by married women '.f u in the respective commands and gradr-a l-Ahicl.. sli": hv f p'&J.IXO'LAR AND. :_.? .,\, c wcrNp5-3 x. ., ac--.

} J _.__ their real estate of inheritance in this Territory, \vita the hus bt*'n elected, to wit: Steven V. U'alker as capt.n: JC:v.ard'Jid I v-nd a ,''jiu;:).iti.>i waia'i. wilt: :,---,.J.. .lid.

x. bands of such married women hire joined iherr'p, b-ull! bj as as first lieutenant, IV. Carter Aie! 'i, as s-T'-n-l f li,utoinnt.nn a toc-. ar."ct. in'ir. t>i rv* .*-.a'- ., I.it a y.....a:.
valid if the had been line J ,' Tho-ivii D. ColdlJas third ii"iitenari et. who: sr :a r.uX! .e ii i ...,!lit
a* same conveyed by as at common .
; CHAP. 853. [No. xxxv.] An Act to !prevent trespasses; and depreda* j caa ) i; to [ri:'ifj: a--a bcctae ac,ta S...e req.litiri -
,jt r t:. ns u_ on !.uitls within the_ jurisdiction the Territory uf Florida.B lawhih said mode of conveyance shall never be used in will cominissioned by tbe Governor of !!hr.Te'ritory, nc';or- i|I ., he rv j. tvb a t.a a'..*.r treii'

I .* it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of this Territory. din; to law, and that the said company shall, OM >om day. to :.' it .n P. ji-.".rvca;::\ .-\U-, ( ?:..i.a.O i ..'f i. rt
I bo the th el. -ti'nj :;; ennui: c:00:1 si'Pt ir-.T. t.: *:'.! .....t'u.'J t.-.>
t The Territory of Florida That it -bill not be lan ful for any I arpointed bv l'ap'an: *'reol.! pr rimed to tn.- twj'janother !I i I ncr j.eeA 'V 'r: ..:j c 'ne t.rt'ta' r!
I rrtock o\\'l1l'r. 01 rattle owner, fit residing within tho limits ofI Passed January 30th, 1835. third IicU1l'nant.hloh!)111 ')'_. ir, Mce.: inanaer tminiimisi -- j I|I I.Ifii/ b. >t :-. mcali. .i tcfa r.i j-iar>.

he Territory of Florida, to drive big stock, or cattle upon the Approved February 4th, 1835. 'nrd!, upon threceipt l hv the I Governor of a July fi'iri,.d j;. ;fr.- tt1'h, /-;%... I. .inil, :* sot drarvr :.1l
J jtnds within the Territorial limits of the tame for any other pur- report of such election,) and of two snrgeut, anj ?.,arcorporaN. I 0-:.'& lia ,'a.,',. .. .:-: -!.:!,:):-. !or ;.. '.:;:.]."),t
citera.c., **'_i:3 t:. vrct cr
>jse ti; .n that of making sale of the same and if such j .. uarcf. j.ctx
J ; any i .1. is Ir'Ji-Vnf,- .i ui i!:? cis. 1.il.:
: stock, or cattle owner shall so drive or cause to be driven any Sec. 4. Be it further en-tcteJ, That all oT! :erg bftnpa the j tav_.,:,,iiol ins Jar. uIsrciB bututj -
; CHAP. S63. [Ni- XL.] An Act providing f for removal of Justices of h I In'it !h.- l Sh.ill'lreceive Lire iwark1.,1 P-ijT.rauMiu...u.I .-
.f ot : cock, or cattle! upon lands within the limit-* of of said Territory grade of third lieutenant, ro.nm--io'itJ, b'jt : :
the! Peace in certain cases and for other ,
purposes. t i'rty ''JI1r.J.
. tI : for grazing, 4 r shall permit a.iy cattlo which have strayed offend i warrant of apf)(::!::'-nt I UM ", {Wlr eertn.run! : : the I j i '

I passed the limits of Florida for more than one aonlh, to remain commander of said com:, ;'iy. aril 1 51.1! ipl>'>iniment; shaU: be published | .
Sec. 1. Be it enacted bv the Governor and Legislative; Council issailiJiat: ., t. 0 .tsabif:hsa tar\. "
within th- said Territory, the stock, or cattle so driven or in companyorder,. i I. I.
of the Territory of Florida, That from and after the |1 : U t". C ;.f.jj-s, Miuj.hiifa. rrtJ !: ':10
3. remaining will in the same, shall be forfeited and subject to sale, : this passageof Sec. 5. Be it t further euaci ..i. That any'acan6c. which! iniy. ) ;'Sri .' cr2j.nl a:> :ie. Lta.. 0-5.ce. Tin
act, it shall be I.iwful for the Governor of this Territory ; :
upon proof be.; ig thereof made before c justice of the peace or j f at any tine occur in the -itid or.ipinr, may, snd <\tn;! !-.ei!..,.* i .!?.r 's S'' .1: Cwiiit : a'th-- 1 R:j'- -f -;.-aij.ivSsrr
upon sutlicienr cause shown to hun, or for any.judge of the I r.atD ..! i.oS .:' 0to l. .'_ 't.
county judge; one !half ot the proceeds of such sale htll: be :; at any f-1-ction, to be :ti.-l t id fo.iducted. 3 gH: ..'y to thru:-: ,
suptrior court notice
on motion ten days; having been
for the benefit of the informer, and tho other half to the Terri- j previous and retaliation: of s-iid c.. : t!
siren to remove any Justice of the Pca Auctioneer, or other :.J.-Th= 1:_;. ilin j Us 3\:cn e !Its-;
tor' of Flora. I person holding office by Appointment: from the Governor and Sec.. 6. BP it further iu-t-d; Th.it: said coou-uiv ?YrM! i.& : ;I.JA tr:u invi'.c J ta V'w asLjJ.xn ioak ilacs

Sec. 2, Bt it further enacted Tint if any person or persons J I I Tiustt'rd.. nntl ,appe. in foil l tini.'jnn: moun'ed oidndr orbs ; e. Jisllev. O. B. B 0'.1' tiiai- U>K.i'j;

shall with intent to avoid the I"r".vo2 p:onsic ms of this act j jinake Legislative Council and to appoint others in their places, and I l"r drill ant parade of inspection, at -uch places: t* id :.it5ci! ; ;:.- ....;'' LciJby t.le ite,. -.Iii.. ia r.f. ;i '
, Judge shall inform the Governor tht rcof. i:5i.'>. --is t ng as in-sa; ; .twtilt i',<
any coiuurable, or fictitious sale of cuttle to cay person I Sec. 2. Be it further, enacted, That if any Judge of the tines, a-
within the Territory without valuable consideration, th* cattle! four tirms in each year, in ..- is ch ufieiier :1> m v bf ic"j JirJ = 'Y.
county Court or Justice of the Peace of this Territory, shallon
; and fictitiously sold shall in like manner, be by the rules and l of: suiu General
so fraudulently indictment, bo convicted of any otli-nce against the penn regnUtion? eq-ii. :I :: or DV tht =| -
: subject to forfeiture.Passed I. commanding Ihe b'l;-.ifle, 'vuiii !41 :> ;' t- T\it-.i.<.., V.nd tb- I\ A Lion Tari-i-T: &mo'\ T: T". >
laws ot this in addition the and .
Territory to. sentence peualiksnou c u. .s ju lutjiug ir-ci< d..,.. JT2 4a
of said
I memoirs cOIm i hall be ext' +,oJ irom all other .
Tcbruary 5th 1835.Appro"ed. imposed by law, said Judge, or Justice, shall! be removed i iijy or : -,>. ."''ers -xnd n .Jlls'* ol'lfae L. ;:he >' >
] fnrtner duty, unJer the tai-;.'I law. of the 11rntofPro.ldeo .
1835. f fi fiho
February 10th, from lug said office, on the conviction aforesaid: Provided; j g-rie .\: pr..sn: in t..z.c1 y, vi-*? ft : <
i ,vever, iba: s..id ro.irj.M/ ;iiI tae m 'nbcrs thereof, (Eanv'. anecJjtc uf ..,r.u Jtar3 dies: kerfx-r, s. :t.f
nothing in this uct hall be construed to release the removedofficer l
thing in th'.s ?ciiut uO\- !h.t.lfidiug) sh.iil be 1-ible to bo drafted man who is st.-J w j.'ssi wo.jjrful l : 'a
', and his culitief from any liability that may have been t Jver vilu:! b:.LS:5. .. d wr," .j as fc.sa cm :'d
l 1\ .
or cutied; out prooer .tiihority for iht defence of this Territory
} incurred. xi h \lenajene fr tidy! -jh>- J: "& **
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CHAT. 859. [XI). xxxvi.J) .A Bill entitled, an art !o amend an act entiiied .' previously or of th! United States, or for the performance of any I triad i j -.icrtcc.e; of., -*&: i--5 ,.c .

an act to establish; Tariff of Fees. other proper P .Ji.lic duty, a I way: > ..j eery -uch case, to be drafted y. as -40. when no or.e ij .. th .:;::'J t..J ot !
I enacted tbe Governor and Le ri-lattVf i Conncil Passed February 5tb 1835. Ife!
Sec. 1. Be it by or (:ait'd! nat according to \\\w. :oar' -. e-: ojh tl I..a k ; : t Xf
of the Territory of Florida, Thai initiators of the courts Approved Februuary 14th, 1535.CILIP. 50'1- .,, ')" rl;:;!' ..':. .... \ J. ':
Sec. 7. Be it further
eiuted That the stid "
company may th. .. L tit? r ;. p
hall receive t for instrument ol writing of ir-u' r tat : 5'
of this Territory auy I adopt rules and regulations by tl'I1I..C! of the majority o; .neni- TV-,.11 ij.tf .-j_ k .d. -.' for i'ie cirnra J
one bundled words or less twenty-live cents. I berg, and by the consent of tb: capt.ti'i, is hi..h'b n proved? hi--k.. T' ". -T J..c c: ,t..:iJi ts .,...- ,-.14
For instrument of writing, for each hundred words twenlyfive i i! .':. t dcI: o..rs,:l.s
any !I S6S. [No. :C1..1.) .An Act to provide; for the compensation of the by me comm.inier-in-oti! : it'f -u..I!t ui.iJ said cou 0)anv. : Provided',, roo hier11ic. c, ticrai'x.:1.IC n".1t ;, I !h. cn' '::J. :i ).;

cents.the .fin- t Members and ChHcerb of the Council, and fur other purposes. ]i always, that Uie same b-s ::ot rc-p ::jaaal !o he u>vs of the Ter- hl.l1 up vru. ; a p-It"." John tVu-R, t.'.il..-J j
Certifyina: same, twenty i : de1r1
1w .lIun.. r .\.kch1; 1i' .L.1: : sUis.rvr.vcre :
Sec. 2. Be 1t lurrher enacted That whenever any martial, Sec. 1. Bo it enacted bv the Governor and Legislative Coun- I er. S. He it further enacted. That: the reports rod returnc BO: i ij h;> t'.. e.lios, :!t r.'.:'s :*<,&&
sheriff other officer in tha Territory shall take slave, or.Iaves I 'i Ukre his -.:.!*.- ) f
or any :* erurloycrtUrc
cil of the of Florida rar
That the Governor
bo iiil j
Territory cause to 1 <: l'O.ilpill'h.11 he made *o and through the staff of the .. 11
attachment, it hall be his to hiresaid :-- ere Cicc J.i ihs pr:Msr.i -: T.Z-C-V!
D by execution or duty !i audited aud settled the pay uud mileage of the members for their |: G :aerul l cfj.it.n lrltiln'ha brigade to \\hich: it belongs; and tnt u-ij several tears a ..la ka..w-s:j >- >. w "l.c

slave or slaves to the highest bidder, Kl public outcry within J attendance at the Council frumloHav the 5ii! day of Jnn.r.rv I air I t Mp.my}
three days alter such laws or Ilwn! hall have been one thousand eight hundre.l ut.d thirty'five, to the IGih ot Ft';- .'trs, anJ nt dvss paruiies uf in>i-cion or d. t11. with ev.f .t.rcsraftrUin lwici.ce._ Hvr..''$ fc'-". *
and the proccwjf- such hire shall I appear .t. .. .r.. v.v:1.: ':!;
taken itto bas custod go c. rl .wu tli: aie.1: A.: "
? the debt fo which said ruary of the same year, both days i inclusive, agrees t,') to liial ?!i: ",inR d;>pityed agrec-tbly to th+? iin..,es of war. 'I the ch;Lid die s.r.cli; I i o-'i t.*- L:*a sai.tto
to the cAtiuguishment of : property was !. authorised the of Ser. t Be lunhvr i't ....,.. a.: r
wanco by At Congress.Sec. it cimctti.t.) That the Governor of this Tt r- *ir:.*r, x-,.z t_ stru. < v :' n ha :'-:0" 'j.I
taken, and that said marshal, sheriff or t.aer t.ficer shall ake i j 2. Be it further enartcJ, Thai he cause to be paid .fo:. I rito.-y .!t', and ht' is h'-reby rcq'Jir..t. if their be ;a s'itiie-.lum- 't I 5tt: a Jot a : ::':,' y fj" ... ,:,:j .1'
bond nntl to be approved by bun for the forthComing **.- a:4V 1'
sufficient security 5. Lancaster Secretary of tbe Council for his -urh her uf fiB ,i' -xu >Js a; .i
service as p.iblic s nr.dispo.-fj of, at the cdpi'-t! to cause said ;:, *
of sl1dIa'l., or slaves hired as aforesaid. Prctided, nothing ? .fti. Le *-. a ;>;. v :t :.'.e Ll. : oiM X7,1Cf.
the sum of five hundred dollar To J. G. Gm EnroJliii! ; be "urui : with tIn oak .
n. : compfviiy to tel ; therui-e i( npii-.i- d.s'Ii"f_ '1. :,JI.
; 1 :
l iuterfere with the of i TI.Ol.
herein contained shall right replcvygiven and Mnpiosiinjj Clerk, three hundred and tidy dollars. To J.I I,I lion t-> the proper department: at U"a
by law. I S. Sanchez, Enrolling and hn:rosstn; Clerk, three hundreo i I j I number for the purpose, together with the necessary cccoji.-e- 'I 1; !;'.$ .';' ry.7.
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted That the several fees of clerk,
1 dollars. To K abet Copeland, iCnroihng! and Engrossing Clerk \ merits. I I J 'III
i t1.1e
f i .
II :
I marshals, sbrrffs, translators, and all other officers herein i three hundred dollars. For copying laws for printer, three hun I I I Lcr; s. Ship tr :. t t..r._ .1; ,.a Go+c"t'
beretofore provided for by law, shall in all cases be collected attach i I \L1m..cJ. I ,'U'IJ b. Ltc : tee 'lhI
dred dollars. To Jas. ;ryan jr., Serjjraat-at-.Arms, one hundred Passed, January 26th, 1S35.Aprowed. !I, ,. .,'. .- t.e:1t.' ,".......\J.1L.I 9JIC'.
of the from the for whom the services l'H. :, .l a.t "
term court, party and seventy! five dollar To flues Ellis, Door Keeper, January 29th, 1835.Clru. ]t I. t.a. .t..e \.t.!_t.' (I..l... :. : 'I.r- !:91 Jri. .It. tS -.t CI& ;;.
ave been rendered where said services have rel !cuce to cases I ., _:'7'r d..n' (
one hundred and seventy five dollars To NVin.ViUou.. for I le..tr""&: f,1, t.1_. 6.t- rc9 k,7.
in cowl: Provided, that each distinct item of! j I .1' b 11i 1I
pending any printing, stationary, and contingencies of the present . cent sbal"be! particularly enumerated in the bill.of coats. i I !t I 9 J.ichcs, I Jowtr .>*'f. S. .eeu J' b t.f the C1
the C'.nncil tMie thousand three hundred and '
Sec. 4. Be it farther enacted, 1'tilt it shall be the duty of seventy seven j I i.. ...'r. *, lI;.r.*r ..Ia.e:;-.'..tf Vfj f t; dra ltrix'.
dollars and seventy cents. To James Bryan jr., for fuel and i it'
and .Ii"
I3J tU
the clerks of the several courts, to tax the costa accruing in ; S5.. [No. xxx.] A Bill }limiting the time of app iintmeui of;;. oust tie., ... .Yi r it'J'1 .
E servants employed by the Seroant-at-aims, forty dollars. !I ward r6 iitt 11 ab" if'
. the dose of each nnd of if i III Auctioneers anti tier other :, us. e.cdit
term court ,
case at every re- i Sec. 3. Be is i further ei.acted, That the Governor cause to be Ii II purpuses.Sec her burthen i> 3>3i,* _uGa ..;xu p..UU' .
quired. I one huuurc d.iJ ..It. = aor1G u i$
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That when such bill of costs paid out of the appropriation by Congress, for ihe year 'one i 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative cn"n-I]. s,11e:1tI..u;, wi- :1.' l.ac. tic i: ...-JW.L, ,

thousand eight hundred and thirty four, being an unexpended j! cil ot the of Florida. That all of Auctioneers '!;. Lt"u, n,.,i-rJu, "" tee IDlXi.I. tuns &INI
ahall have been so taxed and approved of by the judge of the Territory appointment* Jeck Ime nMIUS >
i, 3yKtadc
ib.rthanJ "r
| balance iu the Treasury Department of the United State?, to I .' cut i
", court herein said serviced have been rendered, It shall havethe heretofore made by tbe Governor and Legislative! Co.in- : art o fee*. asarT wi alt iJ
Leslie. Thompson, the sum of four hundred and seventy I It : cil in this Terrirory, shall after the of two from ; to.tt Instead of hun*'C'' ;' :fin the msrusrI
force and effect of an execution, to which the property, teal t expiration years ; k, f\'i tI5
t five dollars, being the amount of two warrants heretofore drawn | inihebertk-11
K And personal, of the PartY for whom aid services have been rendered !i and after the pa :u?Q of this Act, he considered a* having expired 1 i'tiU.u1S.. --I hr "I"C:'
in favor: Secuiidiuo J. and John P. Booth for services un. '
shall be liable in other of executions. Segui and that no commission Auctioneers str.itt lun :-4 hn !: to he Ui 1.1.1 tint tear la.rc Sill.the tza.w t;
.it, Sec., 6. Be it further enacted, That no fee shall be charged, rendered the last session ot the Council. To R. Heyward, granted by the Governor for a longer time than two )'ears. j.' dates of.he s-:.nen- and w i1IJ

two bundled and eighty five dollar, being the amount of a Sec. 2 Be it further enacted That all Uws or parts or laws R.ttins of AU ciutlent ql.t..
r in any case, or for any official service pei formed, or claimed to i SUffi"l a!!o"ed the -
ct arc
draft heretofore given to R. Dinmore 1\'e.cott Si Co. for folding passed heretofore for the regulation of Auctioneers and Auctions as''
marshal sheriff constable -I I SJ,6.'i ceas per
be clerk coroner Tbeir
performed by any pay i
und the laws and of tbe last session of the
stitching journals and aauixsl
translator of archieves other inconsistent itb the piovisions ot this .Act be, dt judge, justice, keeper or public Council. To Samuel B. Fitzpatrick, a former clerk of the same are hereby repealed.Sec. !f is ftiOOTpcr= anumt.w4J ain aU S ciaT the'
whatsoever within
officer of any nam?, character, or description Legislative Council, the sum of one hundred and two dollars 3. Be it further enacted, That nothing in this Act shall aciu.il St:1'\ice. The vono-5 r.lJlU.i11 JI
the Territory, appointed by, or acting under the authority of thelaws are soidy de.cadcnt ujwnbutton.
and nine -vy
sixty cents. be construed to derogate from the chartered rights of incorporated -
thereof unless said fees be authonzed end their .
expressly II
law. I Sec. 4. Be it further enacted. That the Governor cause to be City or Town in this Territory. ._ctJH1ucE.n .r

amount specified by audited and settled, the accounts off. Wilson, tor printing \: : old tuthtzwr ..
Be it further enacted That much of the act entitled Joa

Sec. 7. i +
I so aito ,
the Laws and Journals of the present session of the Council, Passed 10th 1835. tune oi $ H,00o. alecttn;
Februaiy .
an act to establish a tariff ot fees, approved, fifteenth of hiTun, ic t1) k3.rre'\Ui upaJO .
II and for publishing the same in the Floridian, according to the : Approved February 14th 1S35.CHAT. the f.Jbaoit
F February eighteen hundred and thirty-four, as inconsistent contract of au1'il ou. SID of avarice,and &re

With this be and the is l"a '
act, same hereby repealed.Passed said
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted; That the Governor cause to be **About three veirsry

I } b"u3r16th, 1835. audited and settled, the accounts of the Editors of the newpa- o'O a rjikijt, 1 fI into a well
I 14th 1835. et l Il": within a few mwubS d
Approved, February :Iy very
authorised to the laws of the session
per publish present according bK: 1 could prevail upon u -

s, i to the act of Congress. of notes _, nfa laborer who happeoed bt WE_ *
855. [No. xxxi.] An Act to prohibit the circulation
i of foreign Banks of a less denomination than five dollars.- hc4rio; ";of my cries to help'" Dt.ase
Tae Ilowwssi> rap Tea Ifs
Gifu. 860. [No xxxw ii.] An Act concerning the limitation of Actions. Parsed February 14th, 1535.Approved. having< 25 cents for about Q. 1wtanJiterl1belierehc

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Coun- February 14th, 1835. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of the Rte'' D4 J ra3

cil of the Territory of Florida, That any person, an inhabitant Territory of Florida, That_fiom and after the first day of June me a single farthin tenoinsubmii ; if he ttxJ rsthd'potsed'j8 '

or resident of this Territory who shall) be sued within the same next, it shall not be lawful for any person to pass or attempt to last r aap to, his and extortioo.1 d

upon any contract made or liability! accruing in any foreign pas* any note of a foreign bank of a less denomination than -

country, or beyond tbe !limits of this Territory, upon which con CHAP. 864. ([No. xui.] An Act for the relief of Grantees and Claimants fire dollars under the penalty of twenty dollars for each offence, LT.a-Thec.ras ar 1 II

tract or liability suit would be barred by the law ot the place of.. land in certain cases. to be recovered before any justice of the peace; one half to the the Jt ics w: nft to this p'aP" t. "f

a where the contract was made or the liability originated then prosecutor and the other half to be paid into the county Treasury roan s.vs"I!' daM the U'1JI.JI P tie abe 11

m.every such case the defendant'may pread each law in effectual Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council for county purposes. belie-k u."be,srub% were 1e w'- ra--

bv of the cult thereon laths Teaito'. of the Territory of Florida, That all land or grants of t.'lia act lxlerful W55%; gffi5gwocid .

Place February 12th 1835. lands held by grants concessions or orders of Harvey, or by Passed, February 10th, 1835. .Uh .> fewer alhjaiusTfBica ih : r3tB' .

Approved February Htb, 1835. other titles dented from the Spajaiah Gorcrnmont shall be and -ApproTcd, F cbruar11tthJ.1S35. died hiaaclfWC


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wte Laws ofth:' Territory qf Florida.. I Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, That the. Piesidentaud. Directors I the objects -and purposes of this incorporation, and to which their

of said company shall be authorised to agree upon such I powers are to be restricted, .as aforesaid! are'the manufacture of f
A 1p, curr+r. ya1.o.. vi.] An Act to incorporate a company to be called< I rates of toll, for the use ol such navigation, as they mfcy deem Cotton, Wool, and other material!:, into thread, yarn,'or cloth, or
thg i the Lake Yviuiico and St. Joseph's Canal Company.Be reasonable[ ; and so soon as said canal shall have become suitable other manufactures of like character, and the 'building and
out>L it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of for navigation, the said company shall Ije entitled to' demand and erection of works and machinery necessary to carry on the l r .
'. di. the Territory of Florida! Thai Robert Beveridge, Edward J. receive tolls upon all produce, goods, merchandise, and other operations of such manufactory *
as .. Hardin, J. C. :Maclav James I). Biilloch, C. J. Wood, P.ivu articles; and upon all vessels, boats or other craft, which may Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That the directors of the said
sac.'hit ".'eb-ter'bVul. (:. POJh.'r, Thomas Penney, It. C. Adams, Win be transported upon or pass down or up the said canal of said i company shall settle the books and accounts.of said corpora- = a,
1). Price D l\man..J. G. Floyd, II IIaww le O. C. Hay from lime to time circumstances lion '
;ftllt Cyrus ) company lacy as may require,. : at least once a year, and submit a detailed statement of the
on 1the Ni md l, James Black. Thorn Beilram John Jenkins Oren I change nnd alter said rates of toll and fees: Provided, that no transactions and affairs .thereof to the stockholder at their annual
14. Vi.irfeh, James Y. Smith., Giorgc S. Hawkins, John D. Roland .I alteration that may increase the rates of toll, shall have effecl meeting, and declare such dividend ol the actual profits
sting it.l J anies Ilvat'.s arc hereby created a company: to be cal .I until three months previous notice thereof shall have been given thereof, as the conditi of the said company may justify; and
e to l-'l th 0. :* aril tint sail! company! ; is i ,hereby made a corporation, by tin :I and Tallahassee for throe months sucensaivcly; and said company government of- the said company, as th.y may deem proper, .
.nail'ant it. mnand *l\\c\ aforesaid. and h}' that mmshall he capable it i hall continue to receive find collect such tolls and 'fees a> not inro+gtstent with this charter or the laws of the Territory n
law to purchase, receive, enjoy and retain to themselves, and they may from time to time establish, so long as said navigation:: of' Florida.
,:, 4 4'j theirvarerssois, lands: tenements, goods' chattels and effects shall be kept in sufficient order fort the transportation in boats asaforesaid Sec. 7: Be it further enacted, That each share of ths* capital i
: aa tJr of ivu ry kind soever, so tar; as the same may be necessary; for ; and all produce! goods! merchandise, boats and other stock, ot .said company shall bp entitled to one vote on all questions t
terLing. i; earning on contemplated work, and the same to grant, sell, articles or things which: maybe transported or (conveyed upon to be decided by the stockholders and all elections. "'
inertia jo and dispose of, to sue and be sued, plead and be implcde I said canal, shall be liable for the tolls/! and fees for which they Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, That this act shall remain in I
tube ,l, It make a common seal, atfd at pleasure to break or alter !- I are respectively: chargeable. force for tho term of fifty years from and after its pa .sagc. 1
'QI.\>thlhe the sane; to ordain{ establish, and put in execution such bylaw Sec. 11. lie it further enacted, That in case of the refusalor .. t
? and .1' ul.aliulJs :as way be deemed necessary: and expedient i- negloct to pay the toil at the lime of offering: to pass through: Passed February 11th, 1835. I ";
+led, for the government of sail! corporation, not being contrary said canal, and previous to passing through:! the same, the col. Approved February 14th, 1835.CHAP. .
leruh to the lavs and constitution of the Vu nd States, or of the laws : lector of tolls may lawfuHy refuse passage ; and if boat or vessel f .".
of( tins Ten! ;.lory.Sec. should pass without paying the toll, then tho collector and
2. Be ii Anther enacted, That the capital stork of said! other officer, may pursue and seize such boat: or vessel where. 5
'ber. compaty: shall be two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, with ever found, at any time within two days, and sell the same at
u1.ae. he privilege I of increasing the same to I live hundred thousand public auction for ready money, so muVb of which as is necess.iry .

doll u 1':;. to b.' divitled: into /hires of one hundred 1 dollars each;; : shall he applied t IH'ards.ptying: : said toll, and all expensesof 8.31. [No. viii.] An Act to amend An Act, entitled An Act, to t
,'acmi ,lint ul."ril.tiftll! books shall he opened, at such places and sHzmc and -iln, aid ihc ballunce, if any, shall bo paid: to incorporate the Subscribers to the Union Bank of Florida.

'"? ._ times, aid under the supeiintendence& of such persons as the tin owner; and the captain owner, or master ol( allY'l ssel.
glut aforesaid! : company, or a majority of them shall direct, and that boat or flit, passing: cr attempting to pass through said canal, Ser. I. Be it-rnacted by the Governor and Legislative Council '
J i in' iho suit! citalmenls: shall be 1 pud in as the said company shall I and likewise fhe boat', vessel, or flit its lt; shill severally be liable of th'j Territory of Florida, that sr> m'n-n of the I6th sec. '

,n.of t doom expedient.Sec. J to to the paymelof any penalt and likewise to ail damages of tin above recited Act a* directs that notice of the liui and ,
tt :*. lie it further enacted, Thai: for the management of, which may aecrifl in consrquenct' of tho violation of any place of holding the annual election of directors of said B--ik, ,
8"J the business nf said company, {live Directors shall be chosen b)' of the provisions of this act, or of the rules and regulations of! shall Iw 'ulvi>iti'ed in all the newspipors: printed in Florida; andso
fro J the sto.-lvh ,thIn; the first i lection to be held at Apalachicola the President and lMrector, duly made and published, regulating niM'-h pf the :32d: section of the same Act a,; requires 'Ihat
: ns ,-+oon as the capital stoi'k has ncen subscribed[ for I under tin ; the said canal. the navigation thereof; or the collection ojtdls : the h .an} of directors of saH Union Bank, shall within six b
ok ts'ipt'rint 'IItll nc: of such persons as the said stockholders may thereon. months sit'r !!"ing into operation, cstaldi.-h agencies ro r
.to iliriMl, auJ <*nc of *ai.i Duvettirs he selected for President See. 12. Be it further enacted, hit it shall not be lawful: briuches of said institution! in St. Augustine, Pensacola! and is
ifre- : In. then:: Pr.\ud.-d tint twenty iav>' notice shall be given 01 lijr .-aid company to ask, demand, sue fur and receive any sun. Maiiannahill: b:', and lie same is luT-by repealed. Provided
:ak the tribe of hul: 0112: : said: election! through the medium of thpubli or sums: of moniy for loll, upon any property of th Unite: h'mcvn that if at any time hereafter the capita1toc'k of
.,I -* prints .Vp-ilaclurola! : and Tallahassee, anti that every Stales, or make any service sail B .tid shall. be enlarged as by the charter n allowed, it shall
'r.;* c1. .1iot f.r !Diieciur[ *: ensiling: s Lid first election shall he held of the same upon public business, but the said canal shal'' be the: dilly of the said Bank to cause books of subscription to
"-. ou'ihe first IHI.1.I)' in Januny in rant, and every .> ear. The be and forever nnam: a public highway: for the use of the no he) OJM tu-d at the pJH't' named in K. Florida for opening books,
,a number, flf \-otos to \\ lu lt! stockholders sjn.1 he entitled shall he vernment of tlie United Sister.Sec r:ontlllll'li in the original charter, and if i( stock hall be sub-
.s, in tins! folluvu.ig! : proportion: For on- sin and not more than; -. 13.: Beit fuuher enacted, That if anv person shall: wi! -ri'K-il' it shall thereafter be obligatory to establish a branch in t
'u s. f fI. t.vo; one \ (}h, f.ir ('adth;r"i fur (very two shares! above two, fully do, Or cause to be done any injury to said canal, or any oi j:ast r load'i according to the requirements of the said charter. ,
. and not exceeding ten, one vole; for every three shares above the works appcndant! or attached: thereto, or hall in any wit-- Sec.: 2. Be it further enacted. That: so touch of the said 32d ICHP.
ten, and not ( xoefdi. g Unity: one vote( ; for cryix. shares impede or obstruct the navigation: of the same<< such person, so section of thc above recited Act as requires th it the Agents! or qt
l above thiiiy, and not q'xcecfig: ,n sixty, one yia2': 1 fir overyi hi offending, shall be Ihhle to be indirtml, and on con--i:-brio thereof i branches authorised to be established by the said; I? nk, "shall be
if' shares: above sixty, and) not ( ('Cding one) hundred!, one vote;; to bf polished by (fine and imprisonment and in all su'h muna: -+ed bv a President and six directors, and that they shall ,:
u' !f for ewe r)' ten shares above one hundr.-l, one vote; and upon proeditionany: officer or stockholder shall be deemed a competent ue s to. kholdcrs," be, and the same r is h< reby repented.Se.c. .
Iii thii principle! hall; all votes )be made in relation to bu.-iiR-sj witness. :3. Be it further enacted, That upon I any shares in tho
'I which may come before the sG>-khoIc.'rs-auy stockholder may Sec. 1.1. I Be it fuither enacted, That this charter shall be forfeited capital t stock of s-ud: Bank, which shall he paid! up in money, IhohHard '. h
nuihiiMsc an a:.!.rut to \vote in all rlrcti'ins by thc compaav i unless the work contemplated be hnna fid commenced of directors may declare dividends not exceeding eight
,', |>''uralitv of votrs shall constitute a choice, and the person within two years, and completed in five years. pv-r centum p: r annum: and the board of directors -hillnu\e J
,c :so fleeted hall hold their; offices until their successors: atc apPuuited. power and authority to cause books for the transfer (,I'h lIe,
r Parsed), February llth, 1835. thus p-id, to be opened in the city of New i YOlk, or e1 il.\\hert', ,., I
)t 14th 1835. under the superintendence: of such n-cnt.:, ui it:l emit*, and suhjo.t -
t Sec 4. Belt further enacted, That io 'Udl rulo-$ and regulations: as they may prescribe. '
J. tots shall h the power to appoint such ot1i.-ers under them as may
cSIribr. ;('c. 4. Be it further enacted, That the stockholders i in gea".
lie necessary, and to dismiss the same at pleasure ir ('I
their duiles, and to require sccuiity for the IntliAil performance J ra1111'ctin ; shall have power and authority to desi 1 :!nitt what
1.J. ihercof. Dumber of the directors appointed by thi Legislative Count i!, and!
. Jsec. 5. Be it further cn Acted, That the said company shall) elected by the .stockholders not less than five shall besti-ficient t'
have the to cotMrurt: a canal for the olgood. I constitute a board for the transaction of the biitMss'of; the
light Manufiicturing
a. Cnu ?3O. [No. vii.] An Act to incorporate the
/: .*, produce, and all articled whatsoever, from any point at Company.Sec. said Bank. .
d r the herd of navigation of Lake Wimico to such point of the Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That all parts of the above '

V Bay: of :;t Joseph's as fUn': he most suitable and convenient for 1. lie it enacted: by the Governor and Legislative recited Act, inconsistent with the piovistons of this Act, be, and I a;.
d a liiib-ir' ; and may, for this purpose have, exercise, and use free Council of the Territory of Florida! That Joseph; For; s Jlh, A. the same are hereby rt-pruled. "' '
11c Dint ijni.itcrrnptcd, but not '\.-lu3ive control over any water. P. Simp-on l ICzrkiol; E. Simpson t (,!en. Willis, Henry \hrens.
Connecting the slid Lake Wimicovilh the said B.iy: of St. Jo. and such other persons as may become associated! with them, Passed February 14th, 1S35. '..
,\ :!;q' jj-i, ;lAId| aUo! uf f the waters, creeks, and rivers:, discharging shall he, and are hereby ordained constituted, and declared to Approved February:: Lath, 1835. '
:H'ms: 'hcs into either the aid Lake Witnico or Bay of :St. Jo. be a body corporate and!! politic, in fart and in lam, by the '
11I. st jb"::. mine of The C .... .
. Jjec.: C. Be it further enacted That in accompli-'bing the object that name, they and their successors and assignshall i and mar -
P for which, said company is incorporated, it shall be lawful have continued succession and shall be persons in law capableof

..eo bur the said company{ by the President and Director thetcof; suing and being sucJ: pleading and being impleaded, answering 840. [No. xvii.] An Act, to repeal t An Act. entitled An Act h>
I. or their properly authorise agent, to enter upon and take possession and being answered unto, defending and being defended iuerpirate the City of Key 11 cst. '
: of any lands whatsoever, whether covered wth water or in all courts and places whatsoever; and shrill: h: ve power
1.C not, which may [be necessary to the prosecution and completionof to make and use a common seal, and the; same at pleasure} to Sec. 1. Be it ei.acted by the Governor and Legislative i Council
.e s the works contemplated in this art, or whereupon it may be alter ; and they an 1 their successors, by the same name: and of the 'lYrrit-iiy! of Florida, That the Act to incorporate the ,
t necessary to open any canal, or construct any dam, embankment style, shill} be capable of purcha-ing: holding, and conveyingany ,ity of Key \\.c..t, passed 23d day of January, 1832, be, (ind ..
Y lock or other fixtures, intended or implied by this act: lands, tcnf'mpnlsla"cS', goods, and chatties, 01 property the same is hereby repealed.
8 Provided, th"t: no lands, owned by private individuals, bhall betaken whatsoever, absolutely! necessary: or expedient to the objects of Se('. 2.. Be it further, enacted, That all the money which has A
fur said purpose without adequate comptnsation. this incorporation. been collected! by tne Mayor and Aldermen before the passage;
Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, Tint it shall he lawful for the Sec. 2 *> it further enacted. That the Capital Stock of said i if this aet, in any manner whatsoever or which may be collC( t- <
President and Directors of said: company, or their properly authorised Company shall [be thirty thousand dollars and may be increased: Mi by them after tho passage of tbfe act, for taxes levied by
agent: to lake from any land m.*st cunveuicnt to their to sixty thousand dollars: and shall be divided into shares of five them, or (for debts due for property sold in said incorporation by
works, at all times, such timber, atone, earth, and other materials hundred dollars each, which shall [be deemed peisonal property, them, shall bu paid over by the said Mayor and Aldermen, or
as may be necessary for the construction of, and lu eping and transferable in such manner as the said corporation shall their officers, to the Justices of the Peace in said City, to be
in repair said works and improvements: Provided, that nothing by their by-laws direct. hy*them appropriated for the improvement of said City, in any I
:! adequate I See. 3. Be it further onacted, That the above named persons I manner which they the said Justices may deem most proper forhat
compensation.Sec. may open books to receive subscriptions to the capital stock of object; and the laid Justices shall demand from the Mayor
. 8. Be it further enacted, That whenever it shall become said corporation, at such time or times, and place or places, as and Aldermen of said City, and their officers all the books, ;
L. necessary for said company to take possession of and use any they, or a majority of)hem, may think proper; and as soon as accounts and vouchers, showing the amount of taxes collected .
land, timber, stone, or other materials, owned by[ private individuals the the same shall be subscribed, lo for the route nnd site of said works, or for the construction '''he stockholders to chooso three directors; and such election icing made by any of them, the person so refusing to comply
and keeping in repair the same, or any part thereof and shall be made at the time and place appointed by such of the with this law, shall be fined for every refusal the'sum of fifty
} the parties do not agree upon the value of the same. it shall and stockholders as shall attend for that purpose, either in personor dollars to be recorded forthwith before any justIce of the peacein
S may be lawful fur the President and Directors of said company, by lawful proxy, each share of the capital: stock entitling the tho County, who shall immediately give judgement on. ap ;
and the said above named ilication therefor, and all fines collected as aforesaid shall be .
or their properly authorised agent, to apply to the judge of the bolder thereof to one vote; persons
shall be inspectors of th,> first election of to the of improving the said city. '
of thorn, applied purposes
county court of the county in which said lands, timber, stone, or a majority
and shall under their hands Be it further enacted That no taxes other than Territorial -
directed directors of said corporation, certify Sec. 3. ,
1 or other materials: lie for a writ of au quod
to the marshal!, sheriff or other officer of said county. proper. the names of those persons duly elected, and delivtr over the or County taxes shall be collected within the limits of
ly qualified, to summon five disinterested persons of lawful age subscription books to the said directors; and Ue lime and place said city-after the passage:: of this act. : -
and house keepers, to meet and value the said property on oath, of holding the first meeting of directors shall bn fixed by the ,/ -
. in the first section of this art, or a majority Passed January 24th, 1835. : :
to [bo administered to them by the judge, marshall!, sheriff, 01 said persons named
, other officer summoning the same, whose duty it shall be to at : of them; and the directors chosen at such meeting, or at the Approved January 29th, 1835., '
.. tend said inquest in person and receive their report, and also receive i annual elections of said corporation, shall as sooo as may be,
from the President and Directors of said company, or their : after every election, choose out of their own number, a President;
.. agent, the sum or sums of money adjudged by said report, and i and in case of the death, resignation, or removal( of tho President -
to over the same to the person or persons authorized to receive : or any director, such vacancy or vacancies, nay be filled
pay it, and to take an acquitat for the same; and until paymentis I for the remainder of the year, wherein they may happen, by CHAP. 835. [No. xii.] An Act to amend the several. Acts incorporatingthe
of I the said board of directors or a majority of them; and in case Town of Apalachicola.Sec. .
made to the marshall!, sheriff, or other officer aforesaid, th N
lake of the absence of the President, the said board of directors, or
sum awarded, it shall not be lawful for the acid company to
a President tem, who shall 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council -
of them appoint pro
of use such land, t'tnber' ,* stone, material a majority may
poss-ssion or
much of the incorporating
That act
have such and functions as the by-laws of the said corporation of the Territory of Florida, so, -
tho writ
and all the incurred in the execution of powers
expenses the town of Apalachicola, as gives ta the said Toro
of ad damnum shall be paid by said but the mav provide.
quod company appraisers 90uncilthe and Auctions, be
should regulating.Auctioneers ,
That in it happen power-of
shall receive more than three dollars each day. Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, case :
not per that an election 'of directors should not bo made on tho day, and the same is heieby lepealed ; and all appointments of
while engaged in such duty. made the said Auctiouneers made by the said Town Council are hereby declared -
this it ought ,
assessed when to act corpora-
'Sec. 9. De jr further enacted, That all property so pursuant void and hereafter it shall not be lawful
be dissolved, but such electionmay to be null and ,
shall not for that cause,
. and for the President and Directors of said company, ion '
paid by
duties of Auctioneer within the
time exercise the .
the for
and the directors for to
I be held at other time, any person ,
of this and auy
the act
or their agent, agreeable to provisioua of "such
shall continue to hold their office until new ones shall have corP oration limits of the said town except
made to them shall forever being -
and donations
purchases made by, appointed the Governor and
have been regularly
. after belong to, and become the property! of the said company, been chosen in their places. persons as ,
their successors and assigns, in fee simple. Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, and it is hereby declared, That legislative Council.. a

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.. fia 2. Be it further enacted Thai so much of tho Act to wit:) "I A B do solemnly swear (or affirm, as the case may be,) within such time and l in such manner as the Council of said Cit) .
'to amend the several Acts incorporating the town ,of Apalacha- that I will, to the best of my ability, perforru tho 'duties of a Di may- 'by l law'direct and the owner or master of any slave, con "

T cola, and for other purposes," passed February 15th 1833, and : rector of the St. Augustine Wharf Company, so long -as I may victed of such offence, sb<*U be liable for the costs of I prosecution

upproved February 16th, 1533, as divests the Inteudant of the continue in office as such Director," which oath, shall be administered in such manner as the Council of :slid City may by Uwdiiect.

town of Apalavhicola of the powers: of a Justice of the Peace, b) one of the Directors of the preceding board of .

be, and the same is hereby repealled: and that hereafter the said Directors (who is hereby authoiised to administer the same, Passed January 31st, 1835.

iatendand shall have de power, and exercise all the duties of a whether he be re-elected or not) or by a justice of the peace, Approved February 4tb, 1835.

Justice of the Peace withiu the corporation limits of the said and as soon as qualified, the newly elected board of Directors .

town of Apala'o|cola, and shall be entitled to charge and receive ahall enter uuon the discharge of the duties of their office, and '- '- '

the sane fees as are allowed to Justices of the' Peace shall \\uhhia convenient time proceed to appoint a Presidentind .

in this Territory.Fussed : Treasurer of said company from their own body.

;r }t'ebruuy9th 1835. Sec. 7. Be i il further emoted, That until the next election ol"

+ Approved February 14tb, 1835. said company, Thomas Douglas, Andrew Anderson, Peter B. C HAP. s.t [No. xix.j An Act to revive and amend An Act entitled

Dumas, Venancio Sinchcz and James Hanson, shall be. and "An Act to incorporate the l\iwuof.Momiccli! > m Jr5lli, ,n County."
they are hereby constituted a board of Director- manage the

affairs of said company, of which tho said Thomas Douglas Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Le::i ir! ttiv Council
-CHAP. xiv. {.n. 837.] An Act to revive and ami'nt1 nn let, milled shall be President! and the said Peter B. Dumas Treasurer. of! the Territory> of Horida, Th.tn Act, entitled Anef
an act lo a enlu.'ed the "WWissa I ,
( 'f calla Navigation mcorjxiraie Company company. Aus See. S. Be it further enacted. That the said board of Directors to incorporate the Town of Montireho i il .Inrterson: County: .

t and their successors: in office shall have full power and uu- passed the 4th of Febru.irv 1831.: and .ippraved Frbnriry! loir

; v Be it enacted by the Governor nnd Legislative: Council of,f thority to make ht -Iltcs, nil..* and orders, for the Appropriation 1831, be, and th+* #ale is hereby revived an I declared to l he h
f and di..pt>:-iion! ol the hinds of said which now are force .
the Territory of Florida, That an act, entitled, un act to incorporate company, I until repealled.Sec. _
f, r a company entitled, the "'"seisa unJuscilla Navigation or may heieaftei be in the hands of the Treasurer of said: company 2. Be it further enacted Tint th* limits of s'url| TfHJ

't t Company, passed, February 3d, 1S31 is hereby rerived ; to fix the compensation of s-ud Treasurer, who shall: be shall be, and extend one half mile in ever... direction; from 1m

} I except such parts thereof as by the present act are altered the only person in the oird of Directors to whom ,'ompen&a-: centie of the Town.See. .

> and amended. lifjn shall be now or hereafter allowed for services performed as 3. Be it further t-niftn.l: Th.it h Tfi.ifjrr! thn! il'OInT .

rr J Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the names of Daniel Director, nnd who in cnnsidcratioi of such eompen-atioa as election-under s>ud Acl, lor Intend llnt ami i C'tuunl mt';t -ruil I "

' Bird and Acbillc Marat be substituted in the iiot section fur may he allowed to him, shall give bond with good: and >utlicient be on the stood Mon; iay in Ja.iinrv : t'rov.de.l, ihI....lI'lmt

. those of Samuel Prioleau and Abraham J. Cabell, since deceas security, to be approved hy rue board of Directors in the I shall have the right! ti> apii! *>iqt some other d.iy if ;ttlcr-->)l'l : for ,
: cd. sum of! two thousand dollars, conditioned t for tho faithful di"j said election within one month, after setts.ond l M-i.uJ'V at re-

Sec. 3. Be it further enacted; That the fourth section of the Charge ol his duties as such 1'ieasurer, and shaH moreover the ?aid l, lie giving one week public notice th-reof in w-itilg." at the

said nct shall henceforward lead a- follows: that the said company is Secretary of said board of Directors star of said company. Court II use door.

shall have the right to ck-ar and make the said >Vasei-s.' Sec. 9. Be it flutter enacted That the said board of Directors Sec. 4. lie It t further enact+.d, That John JM Len.orf f h", and

and Auscilla rives navigable for boats drawing not lss than and their successors a< aforesaid sh:ill also have the power h<; is hereby appointed lut 'uJaut, ant he is authorial 10 act

eighteen inches of water, from the head of the \Va>cissu to tin. .o fix the rates of uharfase.; appoint, aid dt.-miss their agent or mlil the next annuil cleetiou in lr 35. 'Hid G 'orre Y". Aarner:

Gulf of Mexico, tho rest of the section without alteration.'I,''nls and all such other persons as the interest of the tompa. .. Benjamin F. iMelielvmip, John D. Parish, J.ineM.. .ScottU ,-

Sec.. Be it further enacted, That the eleventh section oi !' may require in their service; to fix theist salaries or con penCation m. II. .Mathers jr., Jut 31. Pal.ner. and Dini l S. C-mh-irn,
said to declare dividend* .ruoniist the stockholders, and to
act hereby repealed.: ire lu-ieby uppmnied Council; mt-n. wifh power to art as' -u 'h
i I Sec. 5 Br it further enacted, That this chater of incorporation manage generally the flair: of the coup,my, and shall hll13hl'ir intil the next ;annual tlitHl : Provi.led<< also, t tat it said In-

shall be forfeited, if after three years from the date: of UK : offices until llu-ir :IICt't':,,--ors :iul! neele--tetl and qualified; !I tend.mt, ur either of the Council HUM: sh.iil cerise! to ac t. ir,.'n-

passage ot this bill, the s-iid company has not begun the improvement nut wry wharf, rieelcd and e>ublished, oro: be ercc'rd and cst .najorny of those who do act, shall be oath++idod tu till aichvacancy.
of said rivers, or if after such time it has abaudontueuch t 'bli.h.ed vuthui the limits of tin* eitv* of St. Aujiiun; +; :h.i'l' In- .

improvements after bt-gining them. -'Ihj't to the ordinances;{ and by-la AS of tie corpotation ot >:tit) :>: ec. 5. Be it further enacted That the Int"ndant j-hall Jn all '

Passed, 4th February 1S35.Approved 'ny, and espeeiallv shall be so sunjeft ;is 't. ih'r.ti -s ot \\ :Iiarftgp ; .as-;> in 11 itl.'h ne may dt-e !n it adv.- iblu! in m* cisschsruo i>t his

9th February, 1S35. charged, or to be charged t for the ire u" ,..UIH'O- + wharf. +lnf.ps, call upon any two of th* Couni'il m:n to HI '+ Jlh hIm
Sec. 10. Be it 'further uncled, '1 hat :+lltcytiriea which ,list in.I ta such case! a majority of the Council shall!{ ijovrrn.Src. )

... occur illl'':tid l l"ird: ot Direct, by d-'.':th, n'sniiiauo l :*, rl'ui:,vui. 6. lie it further t fin-ted; fnt :his At analt! hr1:1' force

i +II i otherwise Tail be tilled by- utMH'rat! el'-'i-o.i! ut tI:.. sl"ck-1 from and afti-r the dite of th, paas: 1'" fll: (t'ri. And alt other
CU.1l'. S35. [JIo. X\'.] An Act incorporate the Methodist Episcopal: 1 hIders, of \thtrh. it shill be the duty of >iu: board! of Director =' \ t--*, or piris fit t Acts inconsistent wtth tbsg Act, bp, arid the

r S : Church in St. Augustine. I to iiive, at I least, ten t1I)'-' notice igu'll by_ thfir r're-idfiit salllc are herebv r. [UNil 'J.

4 or I ieasnier. #;)eeifvin : the tiinn and p'acr at .% hf'hu' h ''Ifction

} Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governornnd Legislative Council i i> to be held, and to iPt| [>:>iii' suitable llta':+Ils to supcttntcitc Passed: January 24th 1535.

ol the Territory of Florida, That Joshua Joyner, (Cham i lh+' sauteSec. Approved January :29ih.. 1S3-5.

IVillaid, James L. Brian George Petty, Nicholas M..IJMJ, 11. Be it t further enat ted, Tina no mom shall be drawn

IklichacI blown II. II. Holiman, "fBeardeu, ami"tllI'Il:1 from the treasiry of s sad company unlf-s the account for the

:Mills, and their successors in office, shall be, and they air I pmnnt ut! whteh the samehall he .ra.vn, sh-41 have t IM-CII ape L. ,

hereby declared to be a body corporate, by the name and siyl- I jii'Ap.l and Ill: hied by the Directors, or d m.+ji'ntj Clf them.Sc. .

of "the Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church in ta-: I 12. l Be it lit Iher enacted, That lit) Dxecturs (d f sai-'

City of St. Augustine," calK-d *'Bethel; Church,"" and th.it th. c,myhall! b? emit ell l to vote ..a contnci in wti.fij he
upon iy CHHP Sol. No. ] Act to
[ n repeil a certain Act and
said Joshua Joyner, C. 111f.tra, J. S. Belin, Geo Petty, N.Moigan : may be coeenifd or -J with the pirtof
t euTnt; l.omp.uij, or u )ou anyTJestion A: Acl, iiicreiu tumtrd.
Y : Michael Slown, H. H. Holiman. Wm. Beard 1'n, o.ndWm. whidl m y arise in relation thereto, or be an i inspectorot

Mills, and their successors: in office, shall! be invested uih; any troth in which ht may hive been concerned or interest Sec. 1Bo it en Iclt.'ll l by the GmeVwir .mi Lp l :,: i-I ati\'e Cfnin.il + -

nil manner Clf property both real and personal and shall hive t'.' ;is afore :aid. ,. of the ':etrnorv ot t-lornha Ta.t the \"-'. ennil. 1'r..
full power to sell, and di-po-e o, and transfer the sime, with Sec. 13. lc it further enacted That the sal:! board of Directors in gel ition to tr Uiwith; :-latr p-\=--td '5lb't..-:tl. Io34 n.-. ad
oil moneys due, or to grow due donation?, :gills, hereditaments.prevuVges ( maii; at time, call t fur the .
any sum of one dollar! and not the same 13 hereby n pealed, so far :ri t', ,reiit lip fJ cr-r.ifi 'n in
and immunities whatever, which may belong to tl,. mutt upon each and and eveiy share of capital stock oj said East and South Florida ? (wuh! I.e x t-o't!-a of Cournui; !

said Church; and all munies that have been or may hereafterbe company by i\'Ing. at lea-t, ten day.-.' pre toils notice thereof, County) and k that it lu r'Pt>;tft'! 11 ta ihe t ..?.">t,. of K- c.m..S..i in

given, granted, or conveyed, or transferred, fur rebuilding the -igned t)y their President or Treaurpr, and if !he paid sum shirr 1 Wtst r I Iln ill;i, and nu furiner: ant! tint ?ioi I- r(: ;>/;;lfl.,1 Iff
said church, or (for building n new church in the cot ;
: city of St. n be paid at the time appointed, III such notice, tho slorkhol- Ih it Act, be revived in al places la iui rTnior} v fivrc- s.utl ;
han and to hold the for the 'u
to Mime
Augustine, propei >e and llt'r.l .
t tailing to pay the same, shall forieit each and everiwrl Act i-i not ill forco.Sec. .
of the sid church: an.i the said trustees and their .
behoof ; which !
successors on the same shall not ur. ,
pai.i the expiration of tilt'said 2. Be it further enacted That the -ix' second s t'ettond ,
1:1 office shall be, and they are hereby declared to be ten davsand all ill1 money heretofore paid on each of sat" of an ",:t" milled an Act y
reiatn_ tfmi'-< rtt j lui'icplranurg:
capable of suing and being: sued, of using all necessary legal hares shall becotn" lh.- propel ty of, and inure to the use of the committed by slavi-t., free ue ;rues, arid inuiultoe.be e, uud th.a
steps for recovering and defending .in) pioperty whatever whichthe residue of the stockholders. same is hereby repealled.
said church may hold claim, or demand, and Isher" secured Sec. 14. Be it further enacted That chi act shall be liberal _
7t otherwise and also with to make all )Jv constructed for ihe benefit of said
or : power necessary regulations company and for the purpose Passed February 7h, JS35.Approved .
and rule, and to receive: in their own mine or otherwiseas of carrying into effect: the objects: thereof.
February: 14lb, 1535.CHAP. .
well the said money a* oilier, property, with all nntssius.. *

and profits ol the same, or of anhnds, moneys: or other estate t Passed, January 26th! 1S'5.Approved.

belonging thereto, or any p tit thereof.Sec. I January 29th, 1S35.I J
2. Be it further enacted. Tint in case: of vacancy bv i i ir

death, removal, or resignation it shall be the duty, of the h'nni- ttl 1 I ''''' r ;

mg trustees to elect a suitable person, or persons, to fili "::lilt 1! I

\'a.J.ucwho hall be and are lwreb declared to he \rsi.-d! wan i I 1Cure.i, Sit). [No. xvii.] An Act, tn repeil An Act, entitled An Act la I .i..r
.. all necessiry: powers to carry tho purposes intended bthis. I' incorporate; the City of Key; West. I Si3.J [tit\. xsxii.] An Act in addition to ine several acts re e.=- .
act, fully! imo effect. lattng ti.e uuKie of jin>ccedij;:-; on \ltachrueu +. :

i Sere 3. Be it further enacted, Th-it if at any time, the property : Sec. 1. Be it ei,.vt*'d by the Governor and Lpjiislative Council Sec.
owned by the said church shall exceed the sum of tort of the Tt'rritoiy of Florida Th-it: thc Act to Ii.Jcorpnr.tlebl' .. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and L2ihtivcil 1 ''' Pfn--

> ,, thousand dollars, such excess shall accrue to, and become the.! sit, of K'v \\crl. oa.-sc'd 23"d: day of January, IS'j'_, be, auu of the Territory ot Florida, 1 nut fromm J ,fl-r t1.. jM<-a"e ,
ot IUS -
property of, and i be invested in this Territory. the same i hereby repealed.: act, it sh /.l Je la.vfui fur any j,+'r-i.-i t'l i'l>tu;: ,: writ wfattach.

Passed January 12th, Ib35. Sec. 2. Be it farther en.i..ted. That all the fj1)Pwhich hn- .aval whetiii-r the doi by tin.- or ut, Pc\ ikd that the
>rule vill b t"'illt' ou- within
Approved January 13th, 1835.CWP. been collected, bv the Mavor and Aldermen! before ihe ,.,i.. agc I mn tu'Mitti.fro: : the time of aoplyinz -
ior rt' oj atta-/b-n nt. Au-1 a'so'
pro\'iJ..d that
of this act, m manneri3' which be l')l at
any e\er, oi -i..iy
the Lime of uch .: ,!; :atiuu
t.t-I tne
tir a. gala
person :aiast tae debtor
1 1d ed by them after the pa-sij;:*! ut thi? act, for t sxes.ed! deal aid char ,
is :; d, sinit t b< actualiv
them. or tor debts dug for *, ?"ld 11 said r rI removio! hU "r n.rj
839. (\o. x\ .] An Act to incorporate the St. AU'l.Istine11arf pro: tv im'orp.ation bv PWPl'rI) UI' fiid the iris o{ this Tenllr+ or be friduleaty!
them shall
: paid over by the said Jluyor :t.iJ Aid* nneu, or. fj
N oi
Company. ,-tn or M-cretir.i theme
teatn ; ; for the I!
I their I'tUccrto Jo, purp.j.e ".1 avoiding
: uo :s: oi'tho Peace iii >*.id City, to l lu*
H.t" fiit oi ni.or iir jusi
UJ ii-i
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Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of:I by them appropriated r-r thj inif'ovciHfni- sal That maiuK-r \\uich !hy the! s.u i J :i-i.ocs. miJet. 'ui I :,st l fur P roLj
the of Florida the snid proper l
Territory company be, and the -icliork ot
tai precdiii : tuis act sliail;
.j', ihu objrct! : and the *aul .),= ,tir:;- si.ailj. fi, man I rerun the }lIyur in no tare t) 1-etl: 1
U made
aame hereby a body corporate, by name and st\le of luele th -
*- paily applying >a UP, or his fe
-i jit,
and Aldermen! of said Ci'v aatlnJt'7 !
and tacit otnrer*. ad i| the book.
tho 'St. and name
Augustine Company, that :
s by all j I and vi-ui-ht-rs e-hov\u- hall ust tiiaktoaiu III t\ riiits;,: [;}.H ihe aiuount of i'ivikot or
shall accounts Hi.unouni of t I.\t's collected t
who hereafter beoo.ne subscribers '
now are, or and I I
demand vlamicd I
t1)t ;: und cnargvd against the then, and of all op, rx
bets of said their and : motley recenrd\ \ them; and upon rci'uot l
f company successors assigns shall b.* debt
made an e\itiog or demand; staling also n s tit J cMth in
ueia. III'Iht'H. ,
capable in law to purchase, receive, enjey and retain to them .I by any the person so revising' to comp.it ix ...
the uhcii uid deal
"t riling, lime ordemuid uiii:l :rein .11\ bectgn
!, th.s ?
hall f
; ; \\ ia\v, hc fried! fur refu-al the ri'uv
t try sum ot
and their lands and
successors, tenements goods, chattels
; and j
and aUi
e dollars p lyable; thai ihe lily against *'h'\:aunt If1r laid
j !u b e n 0\ fiirth'\ith! befrv justice of the
effects of what kind and the any
soever to scll peaty
same grant mortgage ..u..huwnl
'o the who oi l is apphed; fjr, is actual!:::.reuiotia nls or herpuptiy
County, shall ;
::: i-inediately: iiive j'iJemPrlt .
and of and be sued defend un
1< dispose to sue, and be defended ap-
I therefor beyond the limits ot this Territory, or (as the case
plication and all Hues collected aforesaid ohallurapplll'd
: ;
I' make uud seal and &
; use a common at pleasure to break f .,
411.1.b. ) irauduletitlv
i to lie of t the said is disposing of or secreting. the same for '
Jv 1 1 improving
the ordain
or same, to establish, and put ill execution suc I city.
::11 by-laws, rules and reguK-.tiens as may be deemed h't|| I I! it further enacted, That no taxes other than Ter- the purpose of a\oid.ng the paunenl of his or her just debt or I
necessary anexpedient
deai .a ,--&tifaotory proof of which hal| be demanded and
ritciial >
Coun "
II for the government of said bully corporate: Provided d j or > taxes: collected within the limits ot f
produced to flit oilier the altacb..t"llt.
\ said after the of this granting
they be not contrary to the constitution and laws of the United city passage act.
It Sec. 3. tie it further enacted. That uo wnt of attachment
States, or the laws of the Territ')ry.
] Passed January: 24th, 1S35. provided for iu tins act, shall in any case OP issued, till bond
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the capital stock of said I
J j' company shall consist of three hundred shares ef ten doUr! > Approved January 29th, 1335.CHIP. with aceunlT a. directed m toe tenth section ul the act, approved ,
I February 15th. 1834 entitled
MaD act to amnd
an set
: each Provided that the said
.1. : company shall have bv
power the mode of
ulafing attachments "
proceeding on .
rote of two thirds of all its members to increase the nutnbei ot t fl Sec. 4. Bt it further enacted That iu all btgl'en.when
shares to five hundred and the stock to rive any
capital thousand
dollars. 9a'!:[: o. x\- i.| An Act conferring additional powers on th e writ of attachment shall be issued under the authority of this

Corporation of the City uf St. Au-justine. act, the property attached shall be discharged and restored: to
1 Sec. 3. Be it further enacted That to manage the affairs ot
defendant or defendants his, her their
f on or entering into
said company a board of Directors shall be appointed by the Be it enacted the Governor and
I by Legislative Council of bond with approved security, to be approved by the court to
; stockholders, at an election to be held on the first Monday of the Territory of Florida, That the Council of the City of St. which the writ is returnable, conditioned for tile to the

r December, in each and every year, between the hours of 10 Augustine composed of the Mayor and Aldermen of said city plaintiff in attachment of the debt or demand when payment the same
o'clock, A. M. and 2 P. M. at such place, and under the shall hare
superintendence power to pass needful laws and ordinances for thepreservation shall) become due-or said ptojerty so attached wy b:; repicied \-
&, of such >er:)ons as the Diiectors of said
and of

company protection and fruit I
t groves, gardens trees, according to tw as in other cases.
t for the time being, may appoint. fruit, plants and vegetables giowing, or being within the limit Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That motions for dissolvingwrits
Sea 4. Be it further enacted! That no person sbtll be dibble of said City aud for the
; to provide punishment of any trespass of attachments granted by authority of this act, may be
to the office of Director in said company, who is not a permanent itijUry or depredation committed upon, or in respect to the made, and shaH be heard aud decided" a> in other vas's.

resident of tho.city of St. Augustene, and a stockholder t I- same or any of the same ; but in case of flee persons, the pen- Sec. 6. Be it furihrr enacted That in all cases on motionsto

p to the amount of five shares. alty imposed shall be a fine for any one offence, not exceedir to dissolve au attachment, the party plainliif and party defendant
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted That in voting for Directors, ten dollars, to be enforced ,with costs of
prosecution, in such shall have n",ht and equal ngbt la demand a jury to try any
each stockholder shall be entitled to one vote for each and as the Council of said
every manner City may by law direct. But incase i issue made on such motion.
share which he, she or they may own, and shall! have the of a slave! the be Sec.
: J punishment may by stripes, for any one 7. Be it further enacted, That no part of this law shall .
light of voting by proxy the said proxy being a stockholder. offence, not exceeding ten ; but any person having,authority be construed to operate relroaciively.
Sec 6. Be it further enacted That each and
every Director over, or in any respect to such slave, may redeem him from the

of said company shall, before entering upon the duties of his infliction of stripes, by the payment of a pecuniary tine, not Passed, February 13th. 1S35.Approrvd. '
,{ a ice., take acid at cdb. tit following oath affirmation ,
or (to exceeding ten dollars, to be assessed, made known, and paid February 14th, lS3o.Soc. _

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GS1P, S.a S. [No. ix-} An Act to Increase the capital of the Bank of I tail road and also such
and to amend the laws incorporating said Bank portion of said rail road as n with CeAt. 849. No. An Act
Pensacoli, ; and for in this [ XTV.] requiring County Judges In all .' _,
other purposes.CALOFTIIC. I! tit l said.Territory bonds in preference to_all other claims and liens, un to forward copies of Orders for Elections to the Governor. Ft M ..k
are fully paid and extin ;uished.

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Coun ,, Sec. 8- Be it further enacted That the said bank shall be Sec. 1. fie it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Condril : '.

cil of the Territory of Florida, That the capital utork of, the I I permitted to use and appropriate one third of the amounts so of the Territory Fle.rlda. That in all cases when a county
bank of Pensacola is hereby allowed to be increased to the sum raised.by the said bonds for tho purposes of barking: Provided j judge, shall order an election, be shall forward a copy' of the

of two millions fiVA hundred thousand dollars, to be held in". however, that no dividends of proSts shall be m ids amuung the order he shall make in the premises, to the Governor, in the ", 5.

shares of one hundred dollars each,_in the same manner as prescribed stockholders fund until all laic bonds are extinguished and p.rid, or f same manner as i is now required by laws in case of the election ;'tr,
in the acts incorporating said bank; and to enable said a sufficient there!&; created; but the said profits and all the of members of the Legislative Council. .
increased tock to be subscribed for, the Directors of said bank j profits! of the stock owned by the said bank, ir said Alabama,

; are authorised to open books of subscription for additional I Florida, and Georgia Rail Read Company+ shat be exclusively Passed February 7th, 1&35.Approved.

shares at the banking house of said bank in Pensacola, under appropriated to the payment of the interest ,nnd principal of February 14th, 1835.
the superintendence of the cashier of said bank, at such time I said bonds as aforesaid, or the creation of sue l fund; and the
as said Directors may appoint; and the additional stockholdersshall 1 stockholders! of said bank and of said rail road hall be individ ;

be entitled to nit the privileges and benefits, and subject tally nnd personally liable for the redemption cf said bonds. .-
to ill the liabilities! and obligations of the original: subscribers, Sec. 9. Be it further enacted That tho President! and Cash- CHAP. 819. [No. :xxvi.: ] An Act to make sureties equally 'liable i* .. **.>

or other stockholders of said bank, under the original charter, ipr of said bank shall make semi-annual returns, under oath, to Sec. 1. Be it enacted bv certain the cases. / ,w
Governor and Coun
the -
and l the amendments thereto. Governor, of its condition and state aid the Governor cil) of the Legislative
.Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That said board of Directors I shall have power, whenever he may deem it recessary, to Territory of Florida That when an.f person shall '
np. execute
any bond, note, draft, or bill of in thief
point a commissioner to examine I exchange Tern"'s.
shall have the power to establish, one or more branches, at such fully as to its managementund and
tory two more
any or
}places\ in West Florida, as they may deem expedient, and with gislature.Sec.make. report thereof to him for the inforrmtion of the Le- I jointly with him, and merely persons as his or their also sureties execute or the shall same en ',}
such subtil ertors and other officers as a majority of the said dorse
any note, draft, or bill of sureties for the
exchange as
Directors appoint under such rules and 10. Be it further enacted, That it shallbo the of I
may ; regulations, and investing i the duty maker or drawer thereof and f,r his accommodation, and i
said officers with such powers as said majority may: said bank of Pensacola, on or before the fist day of January withaut consideration said
prescribe any persoas shall be bound each to
not inconsistent thereto; or to such other laws as are, or Morianna eighteen hundred and thirty-six, to eslablj.sh' in the town of the -ither for a proIfor'innahle contribution: of the amount of said
may be enacted respecting said bank; and also to issue notes a branch of said bank, with a cipiis.1 f of not less than :bond, note, draft, or bill of exehari'gpt and if anv one or more
e and other liabilities payable at such branchrs as be deemed fifty thousand dollars; and the Directors of ibc slid hank of of said be
may pf son* compelled to of said bond, note
Pen pay part
ar.ola shall have elect any I
to th
authority President Cashier
expedient.See. draft. '.' bill of
r or"
and Directors exrhange, he thfy shall have his or their .
3. Bt- it further enacted That the bank of Pensacola and of said branch, and to fi.i tho salaries thereof, remedy hy suit against his or their ro-surity, or co-sureties for

shall be authorised to purchase any shares of the stock of the I branch.to pass all laws necessary for *Ie government of said contribution, and may sue separately Jointly to enforce the 9
Alabama, Florida and G-orgia Rail Ilcgd Company which I of the
are Sec. pnvmnnt same, and the defendants, if more than one,
or uny be subscribed for, and to subscribe for other shares 11. Be it further enacted, That the acts incorporating mav be sued
separately or and where it be
the hank .
of may .
and iln> not (;:J.i/f/ >niVnue
therein in force
accoiding: to the stipulations of the charter of said Alabama as: nary, the person or such contribution
persons claiming may .
long the charterof :
as slidIabam Florida
Florida, ami Georgia Rail Road Company to such amount Road and Georgia: Rail proeued by attachment as in other cast,. '
and until said ponds
as the Directors of aid bank may deem expedient; ando Company are all: paid and extinguished

( have nil the privileges and immunities of stockholders, and by or a sufficient fund created therefor. No tax :- levied or assessed the stockof the sid ,
rail road vithi., this
its duly constituted agent or agents: to vote and act as such to Approved February 14th 1835.
Territory; but after the \lne.trc; so paid, or a fund cieatcd ,
all intents
and purposes, and effects, the same as an individual as
aforesaid, u tax eqtnl: to that Mid by other banks of this 'Petri-
stockholder could, or might: do; and in all cases where, by the
I charter of said company, it is requisite that officers shall be tory may be ssc.s-cd.

j stockholders, the Directors of said bank shall bo eligible to offices Passed, February 13th, 135. CH\P. 849. [No. xxvii.] An Act to amend the several Acts now ut
in said company in right and by virtue of the stock held I Approved, February Mth, 1835. force concerning Divorces. '

and owned l by said l hank therein as aforesaid. .
t t Sec. 4. lie it further enacted, That to enable the bank tot c -' :=-- See. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative;; Council

pisrch'ir or subscribe for such stock-the said bank i is hereby :mthMst ) of the| Territory of Florida, That tho Act, entitled An Act, '
f d forthwith issue CHAP. 841. [No. xxi.] AnAct in n' 3 tion t" the Art? pr&vifing for'i to anir-nd An Act
to its bonds, payable to the Territory ofJ'loridi concerning divorces, and alimony, and for
the Compilation' the Laws of tins
{ for a sum nt:t exceeding five hundred thousand dollars: ; Territory.Be I othur purpose*, approved i \,v. 5th, 1829, be, and the same is
uhich said bonds shall be for the sum of one* thousand dollars it 1 hereby:! repealled. And that the Act, entitled An Act, concern- '
enaetod tie Governor and Legislative
by Council cf
each, nud :-shal1lH.MI an interest from the date thereof, at the rate of Florid That I! mgdi\orcs. and alimony, approved Oct. 29th, 1828, be, and
theTerritoiy th
I upon :' f present cr-.trnctc.'s for
of six coin ,I t trtc *T.rr.e H hereby reivd.
per per annum, payahleiJlli.nnnual1y, at such placeor ,
thy ul'the I lc
publishing compilation! :: ::? of this 'JVr-rry lh--r
or I.
I places within the United States or thiTerritory as may be of them, or James D. \Vestfoll Jr. IN.-j.: enlur-u: into boat; I Soy. 2. Be it further enacted, Thit divorces a vinculo ma11 i'-' '
lceincd mo-t expedient; and said bonds to be payable: after the with mo'ishill bo nujudiji'd I and drcr.eit t in addition to the cabs"3in
security, to be spprovcd 1 h) the Kxitiv, in tl'; ca'! ;
first day of January IhGO when it shall s.m n i >*:Md, Act t t. :jm-sentMMJ, I for rather
and be sntisfactoril) four thousand I Mrem. cruelly in party, or _
five hv.dred dollars
J-o.Jal.t': to the Th! o1!
) rKrv j I tor thn
: hiiual
ina-ie to appear to the Governor of this Tcnitorthat said indulgence+ "f violent and ungovernable! temper,
Florida conditiouJ for the delivery, on or h(.fcHf' tl.e :ilstugiM
' ; i> cad! has so purchased or subscribed fur such stock as nfore( intcttperance| ( or fur willful obstinate and continnH -
\ 18o5;: to tic said Executive, of Io'C'\1I hundred lost! !iu! ; j i ti''serinm!
:-:aid, and on piescnution of such bonds to thuGovuiuor + by ether
of this
copies ; the -aiJ com pi lahlJ l, to the l.ius fiom
01 comprise:: 1S2'J
} I Tf! )
Terr-'orv, he shall endorse upon so thereof as hi Sc..3. it uirilif en.i.-ted. That' from and after the pas"p..
t. : many may : to 1S34, inr.iusivr! with also the tre.+Iv regrion; H rin:-. tu- ,
; 01'thi
> !C' Iav.no diyur and
i the decreed
equal amount to be p rid for the stock ?o purchased or subscribed 'rs ht from bed I
a* aforesaid, the following endorsement: viz: tion of the Unld: States and the An'j of t'o-.m. n s-s rC-.nPf';iji'-:' \, \IHnl: ], btu whrtKMer any ilivorc-: shall be adjudged and decreed
Florida, on the {Han and system and! as ft-up'il.-it.-i! in thr \.t "t'i+ i
t nnv.ofi m:!M an1vifr in the eouits! of this 'Territory, by virtue
TERRITORY OF last session; out that in fni'-ui: s? i-. do said r.oiHr.uif hall i I ell
FLORID V: u; any sSi.iutV, tlio -a.no: sh'i'.l' '! bo from the bonds of matrimony.
In pursuance: of the laws of this Territory the within bond and do lorthwih pay to tho -xrcmn'C' for thTerniury, n.1! j Lrr.::; 4. ic it (funher env.ted. 1'h\t the several Superior

is hereby assigned and made payable to the bear.-r thereof: and amounts whirl have heretofore and may hcreaO-r, lie : :an.1 i i '.:',..irisrf this Territory within their respective districts,3hall have
tun and red on at court of said publication! th...t the Kxcc.utivo h -, ,,-cl; I I I ,
payment thereof of Ihe'intcie-t thereon as within stipu ; : u I \cliisivo\ cugnudiice of! ai, claims {for divorced, and that any pc
lated! is hereby! guaranteed by the Territory of Florida and th i he is hereby required to cancel l the contract :and :bunds h..o* I. j ,i'ionfra ::iiorc<*, no*' d'-peuding under the Vet of November,
faith cf is fore made aid given, and on f.ultm. of the cond tlr.'TcMilory pledg'rd for the redemption thel of. 5th. t S29 In-re-by! refilled,may be prosecuted to final judgement,
new bond, if such should occur, that said rixecntiv1 isatithyis--
Given under th' my hand: nnd the Great :* r pral mitvithtaiiding.Sec.
.. -A._-__ Seal of said Territory at the Kxec- cd to employ counsel and institute l It gal proceedings: therf-on. 5. i Hl it further BiMCied, That no person: shall: be entitled
) utive Otficc, this. day of ,nd make a lew contract h other persons f for. tho same work to -ipplv for n divorce under the provisions of this A'*t, who has
{ I'EuniToiiv. J 1S3 nnd ()fy or adopt!' s.icl other coarse as he trots deem most advisthlo, a !j not been a re.'Hhut of this Territory tor a period of three months: f
\...- -.-' the I tha on the t (ecutiun of such h bond, iiid the same being! riled in
Independence of the United
States : the Secretary's office, that the Ext cutiv be required 10 clr).-. Passed February 10th, 1835.
year. lor md advance to the the of live hundred dollars !.
fly the Governor. conJraotnrs sum Approved February 14th, 1835.'il'ieciVon i ir
r \"rt.h, n.'norof Fl"J" J and no more 'till said work! is completed, when he hail! .
and \\hich bonds s\\'ill ho attested by :}JP .Sf.-rotnr. ...J 'h,. Sfnj draw for and pay over the whole amount of thu appropriations ..,..---r. r

affixed thereto without f..", atid the Governor shall thereupon Passed February 1 1th, 1835.pprove.d: J....... .".. r. .... .. .. ... F.
tlcliver the s-ime to the said bank, v\ order that by the sale thereof .\ I February 12th, 1335. I pro.it f l: 1 'lr tIC! : ur leiiiS"pas: : +tarilyd'NN- /d 1 I &:'!,.A"to t ?
f, said bank may be enati'ed: to pay for such purchase or subsciijMion -

as aforesaid! and the delivery of said bonds to thr .- ',:,. Sc. 1. nr.t: er cfi'l: 1 by the Governor and Legislative! Coun.ril i
purchaser: by said bank shall 'ntitle inch purchaser to hold the iu or the Tcrritorv of Florida, Tint any tenant, or lessen at will,

\ same and uYuinsul: and receive ihe principal and interest thereon CHAP. 815. [Xo. xxii.] An Act to change the' tin-ie of 1 holding- e ur at $,ult.ran( ''3, or f for part of a lear, or for on or more year ;r
v.bcn" due, ns 'he assignee.;i of the Territory as! aforesaid: Provid. Elrclioji fi mi-mbers, <>f the Ij.' !-uive Council I' if ::hr hr!'.:,>s, t.uHh.r tenements, and the assigns, under tenant
"cI l ho \\'C r, tlut nu sale of any of said bonds shall be valid Sec. 1. lie it en acted. l o> the Governor r 'in'J :r'!'.;.itivo Conn *. 01 le R ai i representatives of such tenant, or leesse, may berornovtd I r
if !nad"l tor i less than: she amount ofprinC'ilnl and interest soein "il of the Tcrrit ry of Florida] Ti'.tt art olcct- :tr mo .b'rs I 1 tV'nuch premiers in the manner hereinafter prescribed ain
<: ).;d therein, nor shall any purchase of stock be made for mire ot the Ijcgislativo\ Council of this 'Lcrtitorv', liail bohrid: in u,.- the ftIJ( .-. .n"oj' cjiees.I .
than its intrinsic par value. several counties thereof on the second Jiondr.y in Ori! ; '.rr I ft.Vhtre! such I person shall hold over and continue in tho

Sec. 5. Be it further enacted' aid it i i.s hereby declared to beth n' xl, under the same rule;;, rcgt!:lat.ins: and restrictions obj: ct and intention of this la\, That the monies so raised now provided by law, and a like election I shall be hid::! annually I tho cxpnti3T jf: his time without the permission of hii! landlord.2r1. .
by said) bonds as aforesaid, exceptas hereinaft'T in the eighths therea 'tcr, on the same day. \.Vharc:: such per-.on shall hold over without permission as
ction there: >f specified. shall b: forthwith (exclusively appropiiuted Sec. 2. And bo it further enacted, Thrt all laws inconsistentwith aft.reinid, after any dcfaul in the pa vm tint of rent pursuant to

to the building and mal<'Jg of said Alabama, Florida, the true intent and l meaning ;;f this :',ct, be, and U-! _, S ILJ tho agrep''fj/it under v/hich such premises are held, and a de-
Dud Georgia Rail Road, (commencing nd finishing such portion are hereby repealed. inanrl: -*" such runt shall have been made, or three days notice, ,.

tin leof as is t'i be made! within ths Tcrritorv. in the first place Passed February 7th, 1835. III '.'ritlll;;!;, rt nun ing the payment of such rent, on the possession s
and continuing the same thc>rpfrnn into the State rf \labuma, Approved February l. th, 1835. ol't in* pre.ujisvs, and gh:\ll have been served by the person entitled
a1 provided in the chatter of sad company: and it i is hereby fo w'i! .,'ut.( on the person owing the same, by either delivering =
declared to he the duty of aid hunk and its officers and agents : :'f"l... -'? I i-j i:" l'.lalt to wlioiii it shall: be directed, a lrun copv thereof; a.
to cany this ohjtet and intention into effect by their votes and or it* si.**!h tonunt bs absent! from his last, or usual place of rest-

acts as far as possible, both as officers and stockholders of said CHAP. 846. [No. xxiii.] An Act to fix permanently the Seat of Government cI-.SC'e.! by leivipg a copy thereof at such place '
lank, and also of said nil road company.Sec. of the Territory of rM-mii.i. v, c. 2. 'Jo i il further en'lcted, That the landlord, his legal .. t

6. Bo it further enacted, That whenever the said Ala- Sec. 1. Be it rnacteu by the Gavernir aiuJ Legislative 1 "Olen-, r -pre"entative, agent, or ;assigns applying for the removal of any
ba'iia, Florida, and Gcoigi Rail !Road Company shall call in cil of the Territory of Florida, Th.it\ Governor 1 be, end heis sih -uftuif shall nuke with in writing, of the f.1cts1 ch ao

any instalments of the stork of said; company, in order to enable i hereby authorised and empowered t', appoint three Commissioners authorithe reaioval of any tenant. describing therein lh..- p"Giniscs -
said bank to pay such instalments on the stock; so purchased who shall forthwith proceed to select the most eiegible !before some justice of the peace of the county there tho
or subscribed! for as aforesaid, the said hank i is further au- spot on the Suvvannee river, for the perirruhen* location of !the demised premises are situated whose duty it shall brio there?.pjn:

thorisi d from time to time, as may be necessary, to issue an additional seat of govrrnmet of the Territory of Florida, and having to iss-if his summons, desc.ibmg the premises of which possession .
: number of its bonds, as :pecifird in tho fourth section done so, said commissioners: shall make their report thereof to is demanded, and requiring the person in possession of said 1
hereof; and which bond on presentation to the governor of this the Governor and if the place so sebvted; shall be approved ot I premises, or claiming the possession thereof, forthwith toremove
Territory, he i ia hereby required to endorse in like manner as ispecified s bv the Governor, it shall be his duty to take all np.cl'snrv stl"p..1 from the same, 01 U show cause before the said justice, withinnot

, in said fourth section, which bonds shall also be attested ti cause suitable arrangements to be made for holding the next less than three days, nor more than five, why possession of .,:
t by the Secretary, and the seal affixed thereto without fee and session of the Legislative; Council at end: place. said premises should nut be delivered to the applicant.Sec. .
I the same he delivered to said bank for sale, and tho deliver* Sec. 2. B** it further enacted l, Thit: if .my arrangements can 3. Ue it further enacted, That if at tho time appointed

thereof to the purchaser: shall give the same rights!' as specified I not be made by the first Monday of October next, for holdingthe in suid! summons\ no sufficient cause be shown: to the contrary,
in said fourth section, with regard to the bonds therein mentioned next enduing sessi'*n of; the Legislative Council; at the place the said justice shall issue his warrant to any constable of said .

; and no sale of such bonds for less than the amnunt of principal so selected on the Suwannee river, then it shall be the duty of county, commanding him to remove all persons from the premi-
and interest therein specified shall be valid: Providedhow'r the Governor to issue his proclamation convening said Council I Sesal'oresaidatldto put the said applicant in full possession thereof. '

that it hall be made to appear satisfactorily to the Governs i at Tallahassee, in the county of Leon where the !)p.xt. session r Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the person in possession
before making such endorsement that one mile of said I thereof shall be gulden ; sod from the date of issuing said of such demised premises, and any person claiming possession .
rail road for every ten bonds, so presented to him for indorse I proclamation, the town of Tallahassee shall become the seat of thereof, may at the time appointed in such summon, for showing -
meat, has been constructed and finished by the company; and government until such arrangements shall be perfected. cause, or before, file an affidavit with the justice who i issued i

thereafter each and every mile of said road, upon which any Passed February 13ih, 1835. the summons, denying the facts upon which tho.satd summons .
bonds as aforesaid, shall be Issued, shall be and inure to the Approved February 14th, 1835. was issued, or any of said facts; and the matters therein contro-
verted shall be tried by six legal jurors, t. be immediately summoned }
Territory of Florida, with all its rights: and privileges for the redemption -
by said company of the bonds so issued; and until tact-- and empannelled for that purpose.
they bo redeemed, said lien shall continue to the Sec. 5. JJe it further enacted That if the verdict of the Juri't
CHAP. 847. [No. xxiv.] An Act to aher} the place of Sale under
7. Be it further enacted, That to secure and indemnify Executions, issuing out of the Superior Courts, in certain cases. so summoned, shall be in favor of the lessor landlord, or other t
the Territory for the aforesaid guarantee of said bonds, the person, applying for the possession of said premises, the said
said bank, at the time of the endorsement of tho bonds firs Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council justice shall issue his warrant .to any constable of said county, 4-

given by said bank, shall execute and deliver to the Governor, of of the Territory of Florida, That from and after the passageof commanding him to put landlord, lessor, or other person, into
tho Territory, for the Territory of Florida, an hypothecation of this Act, the Marshal any District, shall expose to sale possession of said premises, as hereinbefore directed, which it
the capital stock of said bank and of all its property, real and all real and personal estate, by him taken or !levied upon, by shall be his duty forthwith to execute.
personal, and assets which it may then and thereafter hold or virtue of an execution issuing out of any superior court in the Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That no property of any tenant \
have, and of tho stock it may then or thereafter hold, in the county town. of the county in which such real estate shall be or lessee shall be exempt from distress and sale for rent: excollt ,

said Alabama, Florida, and Georgia Rail Road Company i in situated, or such levy shall be made, and m the same manner, bed, bed clothes, and wearing apparrel. ,

such form and manner a* the Governor may direct; which hypothecation in all respects, as is now required by law.
is hereby declared to be and continue a lien, upon Passed February 7th, 1835. Passed February 6th, 1835.Approved .
the said capital stock, property and cutsets and said tock in Approved February 14th, 1835. February 14th, 1@35. j '

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., Cm 882. [No. &., An Act, to amend :An 'A'd, entitleduAy! ctffir' j..
.r 1" Ciu*. '36. ]No. xi n'.] An / ct to incorporate the Bank: of Jacksonville. the bank the amount of specie actually in the vault on_that day; incorporate the Florida Peninsula and Jack'onville.RaitRoad. 'J;
\ t and alo'a full account of all other notes, .bills exchange. and I Company, Approved February 15th, 1S35. :

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative, Council all other securities whatever due to, or owing by said bank and '. .

of tbn Teritorv of Florida, That a bank shall be establish- the said President and Cashier shall, at the time, state positively Sec. 1. Be it enacted'by the Governor and Legislative i Coun- "

d ed at Jacksonville, by_the name'and style of the Bauk of Jacksonville on oath' that tie statements so made are just and true and I II '. cil of the Territory of Florida. That:th, capital k of Wld

; the capital stock thereof not to exceed seventy-five I that the amount so stated to be in the vaults ,of said bank, is'I company shall, not''' amount to more than ono mtlll ..-.or dollar,

'I thousand dollars, divided into shares of one hundred dollars I not in stock note, and the statement, so made and sworn to to be divided into, shares of one bu dred dollais each;. -mat

each. before any justice of the peace of the county, shall bo forwarded books of subscription shall be again opened for receiving MIDscriptions -

Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That books for receiving subscriptions to the Governir of the Territory to be by him laid before the I to the i.lid capital stock. under the superintendence o(

o; of stock in laid bank, on giving thirty days' previous Legislative:; Council within the first week of its succeeding ses commissioners hereinafter named, any two 01 more of whom

public notice thereof, shall! be opened on or before the 10th 81011. shall be competent to perfoim the duties! at each of the places

dayof May next, in tletown of Jacksonville, under the super- following, to \\'il-ut St. Augustin, tinier thetip riiueiidenco

inlet tdance of 11.n. S. Mills, Milo K. Pinckston, William Rider Passed, February 10th, 1535.Appro'cd. of John Cray jr. Antonio Alvarez, R. B. Gibb?, Stml. Blair

Stephen Eddy and Isaiah D. Hart, and said books shall February 14lh 1535. and 11'. H. Simmons. or any two or more of them; at Jack-ton

I. be kept open until the whole amount of sad stock hall: be sub- xille, under the Miperiiitendence; of I. D. Hnrt, James Dell, \ '.
t and J. B. Lancaster, or two ..
:. scribed. J. \YdJs, Stephen Eddy, any or
: Sec 3. Be it further enacted, That before issuing any bills I more of them; at Montictllc. under the superintendence of I).

or before the bank goes into operation, tw ent}.-hto prr ccnt. Williams, JBlatkbt.rn autes I). Mfivs Joseph McCnnts, A. !Bella' :-y, and

shall be paid in, on the Amount of each share, in specie, United "'m. or allY ,I\\I' ".r more of thr.i.; at Tnnab-ag: ,
States' bills or the bills of specie paying banks. CHAT. 83.J. [No. x:.] A nil; to he entitled, An: Art to incorporate the under the superinleiidenco of t Romeo Lewis.i Chare' Ausin: .

.. Sec 4. Be it further enacted That after the whole amount of Pond creel and Black.water Ricer Canal Company.Sec. R. J. Hackle?' \\n\. \\'i.son, and T. R. Lt.tt'in, or any two or t

stock shall have been subscribed for, and twent-t \e per ecu- I more i.f them.
turn paid in, on the same, the said commissioners shall give no. 1. Be it ciacted by the Go\'rnoranc1 Legislative Council Sec. 2. Be it further en ctt J, That it shall ho lawful to open w
the Eastern hi,. of the Territory- Florida, That Joseph Fors. th, EzekIel such of the aforenamed place at 1t
tice thereof, in all} the newspapers punted in I j b.>oks of subscription at ? any
trict of Florida for the spico of thirty days, calling: upon the E. Simpson and Tinnlhy Mitchell 1 and their associates who I t t time within four mocths from the pissage; u: this! act and rii.l a,

stockholders for a further instalment of twenty-live ;per cen may become subscribes as hereinafter: mentioned, and their assigns 1, hOtJlis.shall by licp; : :**n until thiirs! clay: of August n( (r.I ,

turn to be paid in gold or silver, and upon receipt thereof, they and succesNirs fall be and are hereby constituted a body I I when il thero be lou utindrrd thousand dollarof tho (.'pltal!
I ; the mmcof The Ponk creek and BlackwaterDiver !
cor1porateby stock of said! company sub.-crijvd, it uill bo I l-iwfni for soul subscribers
J "anal company{ ',' and as such, shall be capable in law t"purcln. t to organize ;iI bonnj of dirt turn b) an election to l rh..!d

4 I dollars has been paid in; which affidavit shall be published in a s", receive, cnj or" I : :
newspaper in the town of Jacksonville, and i it shall be the duty, of all kinds S0k Vcr ne"sary; to carry into effect the objects : said ek-ciion bt in:.: fit; advertise; In the P1 .-r+ i printed, ?t ...
I declared ,
of the commissioners aforesaid, at the expense of the subscribers : : said corporation as hereby and the same to grantell : .Jack .olJ\.llc an,i r.illalrissee, by or or of the rOlI l. i-sion* ,

r to exchange that part of the :>uh,,('rrmtion made In the bills: mortgage: and o'Upose: of nnd to sue and besued plead and botmpleaded I acting at Jacksonville u''u'" .ut' aiVioray uf thi-* act..
in all courts: by tlsir said corporate name as othercorporations
of specie paying banks' into gold or silvrr. See: 3. Be it further f'Inrlt d. I'lni 'n' b",.ir,l ot directorfor
ft Sec. 5. Be it further enacted That upon the receipt of tht ill this Territory aid to make a common. seal and 1 the m.1"agetnt'nt of the concerns. of this r jnanv' sh.il: : hP! thirteen -

fifty per cei turn as aforesaid, an-l I its conversion: into gold or :liter the same; at pleasure, and l toordain and tahli-h all by- in number, who shill have 1 1I power 11, nl-all:' vicanrit-s occurring

;. silver, it shall he the duty of the said: commissioners In give :aw s, rules, and regulation- rot uconsistant herewith or the I by death, resignation or otherwise, ia th,rir i oody. fiv
of the United
of this Territory onhe constitution
other statutes
txventy days' notice to the :stockholders tip net for the choice I election, rom among; :iic si(u'kholdn( >, orih ovMnb: 1)1sh

fire Directors; nnd the said Directors, then and there chosen, I States and arts of Congress. board of directors lor, tin- trns beunr: a m-sj,>iilv 01 all ih- directors

shall be e i sable of serving; one year from the date: of said election Sec. 2. Be it further enacted. Tint the capital stock of saidrntnpanc in ofi{ ,-e, lJe:,,;; requ.reil to concur in s-.irh *-l**.-lin. I'rovi-
I shall be thousand? dnllas in shares of hun-
or until their successors are appointed; and tho Director ton O-lt' ded, !hfJ'l'r., an-III is C.\l'fI'Y' enacted), that ih: t,Min (,t u:11.e ,

thus elected, slnll at their first meeting, choose fiom their body' hundred dollareach, \\iih the pr" ilet'! of increasing the same, of any director s.o chosen stt ill determine I at ,h,: ',.a.* "I n.i.. r>y

a President:: whereupon they shill commence tho operations ol;i' if necessary to thirty thousand dollar;; and subscriptions for any general} elect >a o*.' the sit ckholders, another til be t'ht:?-'n
said stock shall be the o" Pensacola the third
opened at city on
for Directors shill taker
.. the said bank; and the annual election in hiolace.. : .
Monrfav in March under the of said Jo
1lace on the first "Monday in January in each and every year: next, superintendence Set 4. Be it furth. enacted : Tint a g pral diction f.r
Provided, nevertheless, that should it at any tim happen that I st-ph{ For, tll, Hzektel E. Simpson aid Timothy Mitchell: or I: hrtor shall he held at Jacksonville b, the Mm-kh"lileron

', an election for Directors should not b.. made upon( any day, when I any t .\o of them as conintissloners, al be kepi open for en : !tie first Monday tn M.iri'h in arh ni,rt niter ai o
the dart; :and: each subscnbei shall pay tw+'q five cents pr shareat -
made, }
pursuant to this act it outilit to have !been corporation i ; -
shall n.t 'for that eau-e be deemed to be dissolved, but said el- the time of subscribing, and if an t'XtS< of subscription i iI1IJJe is i I I'e i :

I' cciir.n may take place at any time thereafter. the same shall. he scaled, or- 'educelpro rata, among all't aid election ; imrn' diaielv; after the tiro t.t 'CltfJ:1 of dir.'ctora _
3 S ". 6."' Be further\: enacted That the stockholders tothesaid tno subscribers, r>y said commissioners on the expmiiou ofaid rh pit iherrat'cr shall r
( { I tinder tn::; trier, ur ;.s ; ; ; j>nc-c bfe.'h-y
\ \\ } I -: ten d.tys, and said commissioners shalhnve\ the same pri- ;
meet and choose one of their h-)11Pn'o: HJi'ut. ;pail! nc'i !?i r
lireby : i viledgeof subscribing as other persons. for President hd l: h.- 'aid:i unless a bn"rll! of seven or mum
See. 3. Be it further enacted That first Momlav: in
; of the Bank of Jacksonville; anJ shall so continue until the ; on tin I I III:libels be pres-ni nt such elt csinn, anti '.h It a mi'jf'niJ-/ al!

s first day of January one thonsind cidit hundred anal Fit_ and \pnIl1l'xt. the subscribers who have paid sad twenty-live ct nts I I \\ hi, may be pre.-cnt ii:,ree in the islet tr 'n of :hc otti r:; ; anti

by the name and style afi.'rcsaid.h:111::: : be, nnl are hereby made on each share: Shall choose from themselves! he Directors who I (provided'I also t that afar any- jreiv nil 1 ckcn! :i :.:'L' the :--'J'-kholders !-
shall select President and Treasurer for and
capable 1 in lad', to have purchase rov-eive, and enjoy, and retain a sal corporation a President siull! l 1c ducted in the uMiintr to this section
I* htL. such other officers as be ; an\\ the corporation;
Hf to themselves and successors lands, rents, tenements, may necessary provided for.Sec. .
\ shill !be th- n considered as fully organized; md the s ud com-
L. ; tiecea1" 5. Be it further enarteJ, That' on the first iby of.\n_not
nrssioners shall faith" ith a over the auhscriptons to tile Treasurer
c 1 p } next it snail: : be the duly of each board of commissioners !h,-;dJ! :
and purchased by said bank in satisfaction: or security of any' of sa d l corporation. I appointed{ to transmit by mail, to the board of ?ornmsi. era
Sec. 4. Be further enacted That in all and
alienate it erction on
demise or
a due the same; and the same to grant I at Jacksonville, a transcript of the U"WrlrH' r.:=: c* ntai it: otl

4 ... dispose of, to sue and be ned, plead t l niH be impleadi'd, answers i all q'lesuons decided by the stockholders each share shall bt .eir re:-p. cti'.e subscription! Lo''l;", wtb hf fan! of th subI : -
and be answered defend and be defended: in courts of record, 01 I Iw entitled .to one vote; and the stockholdt shall )rJam and establish 'scr1 itr and the uuiount of* his or h.Ta s.'r-piion.: J

in any other place} whatever; and also to make, use, and have a i t as empowered in the first::: section; herebyall rule, renutinns Sec. 6. Be it forth r enacted, If It '.hiII apprr rthr corinissioner :- J

common seal, and the same to break alter and renew at theirpleaure i t' and by-Ian's, fui the government of S rid cap-'nttion and I at J4ck, G\tlt', afur the rt-ei: .,pt 0'1 tfi" bw.I ks. t.rtranscript

and also: to ordain establish and put in execution touch the Directors and other officers thereof and to ti: the rate o' therefrom of tuc various boards of I Umms.c.hetelO !'\' s

by-laws ordinances, and regulations, as shall seem ne e-1 tolls; and the Directors may make 'further b}'-lulls, not incunistant : appointed, tt.1t t the s i.n o!. four huirur.e..h I; -.rti dollars -

p sar)" and convenient for the :government of said corporation, I: herewith, for their own government; and sud Directors'' has been tujscnrud, they sh.iaifTediatrl! { _, ove !jt'i'*
of this and of the United shall serve one or until otters elected in ticir stead according ,,
not bein_ contrary to the laws Territory j'II year are days notice in a newspaper pbl!sbri: <\l Jackson .i''K* anJ 'iris 7
States. I to such bylaws and regulations as the stockholder -luckh.'kders I
tip the
at Tallahassee, that an election u-ii! hh1:
Sec. 7. Be it l further enacted, That the Directors of the bank I may ordain as aforesaid.Sec. -tnith'tn Jtc
at Jack! --iJ%!,!. for the Pllfi'. -f. nt +..j ..:: .; :ors.
for the time being, s-hall have power to appoint a cashier and I 5. Be. it further enacted, That. the objects and purposesi tor tOt ,;\n.) 'p'nnt and uirciti n ol 1 tit -'J; {'t.rn* ,- nJ t: '-IIPS.
.. r t:?
"lici Other ntfi.Arcjj 1,0.d03p.lI1cd. ; .1 oi the said and such .: -h.iil Lely hti at..H th:!
company ec- l.n -
atU-cuf'J.'ora ton, toallo* said c.i-hier and other otneers such I to connect the waters: of Pond creek with those of Black- 101i .z
I and the person so ee 1'Jhi! :ltJ; lae.r t'tiiccs until their
compensation as may' be reasonable.Sec. t i ttr river, in the county of E-cambia, so that the same: may b.

S. Be it further enacted, That each share may he represented : made navigable; ; rf such dimension:* and d> pth; and with such: surcessors be elected and duly qiMiitu; J.
-innthor his loeksand other works and from ai,3 to each Sec. 7. lie it furih3r outtcd, That :f "r b}' a vote, and ar.\ -khulder may: appoint gates ; point on
or her proxy, under hs; or her hand: and seal, who shall! have : said creek and said river, as said corporation shall! deem exjieJi time anoint in the 5h :--tioti of th;* 'u': !. that i U-, than the
sum of tour hundred ihu-Pi- dt,.I1,,.-s sh! .Il h.t\- her!1.-'?" -' r.bnl l,
; '-nt and! said corporation i is and authority
and exercise all the! rights and! powers which said stockholder ; ; ,-- hereby given power '
I -aid coim-i :'loners at Jaoksopv f le *' ..;; -' for thopurpuseof
rust t ,
t could hlhad and enjoyed.Sec. to enter upon and take, and use any land, over, on whu h 11
be to make said cati5l within feet thereof rccci\jnj! :-u. r' *, i-tor the n idu-. or any p.rtm
9. Be it further enacted That the stockholders shall} 1 be may necessary or fifty i cterc.t
: and make excavationfell trees and take and use any' earth j 'pf J lid .c;,1 it.11t I'>. tl. hI p-l d vl ::n1. at; "', crt?flr"t"sJ
ultimate I the 1 I'mied, St4t'ltt th-ir tli-cft-in-r.. l d '..1aure
i stone or other mat rials, there being necessary to construct said J ir ; t/s at ivir -
:- ; -.vlded ft at .,n. true hen : sr,.U t ba-.-. !?ain* ihjtifi
works pr : : i ?
: canal the said
Sec. It.(). Be it further enacted That the said bank shall be or apr:;:'rten tnt thereto corporation ma t .
king compensation to the 0\\ of such land be I .; saidutn oi .our mncjevi d.\t\;>..r.vl Jars] si"tl hcv? J> en t
allowed to demand and receive interest on all paper discounted i ; ;: tiers private to ascertained .
t J: : and) all monies loaned at the rate of ei,ht per centum per annum 1 ( (by. a jury of: twelve men upon a writ of ad quod dam- subscribed berv.n ;,. re p.,.\ iced: i hlf. it sHn'.l ne tfii' it'ri hith -

} : and no more, under a penalty of a forfeiture of the char- now u be i is'siied by the judge: (9 i' Escambia: : co.inty, directed t-i '- ,to order Ih... nisi etY.oa of dIn cir>. h-rcin rcqm.1an} :i
the sheriff of said couutv., OL the application of the party ;njurvd. r 'hm ctorih all iht pour. o: >a: d c).:'?;.n% .,r o! r.y of thi .
4 ter.Sec. trial in such said : direct. boards of t oim i$.>ioncr* Uitxn tomVncd s4Ail '!-.- xc-ied ja J
i 11. Be it further enacted. That when any other bank : upon a m tuner as j'lilge nny I I .c
c, comnany, or corporation shall apply at this bank and demand Stc. 6. Be it further enacted. That the said Directors shil j I the director st. iDoen.Sec '
have to call in instalments of said subscriptions I S. Be u furtnr onxted. Thit the s-iV-pH* f.r sf> 'k;
t specie payment of the tills, or notes which said bank company I power not ex
t : ten dollars during ht r-z'jt'lre suI'c1i'ellbill: l! have ? iiur i;,'hi to i:.t.'r.pn3:e'o
: or corporation mat hold on this bank, the said notes or bill- cccding : any sixty days, on sums public no
i may be paid off in notes or hill* which this bank may hold upon I lice: thereof, and on f.ultue i,f .subscriber to pay the iame, to much ot said sti-ck ss iheyor .n\- ,:f them h trc c tu oret:5sCrl'ed ..

said bank, coir.pan: or corporation; and the cashier of this institute suit therefor, in ihe nam.c of the company, and secure and to snbscr.be anw that a;..'ut1:. ..
; the action of dent in Sec. 9. Be it ruuher eracPti.: Tul "h r.Hr a board of ihreetois '
bank may demand an oath in writm, of the person presentingsaid same b\ any court having competent jurisdiction 1
\ bills or notes for payment, that such bills or notes, so presented -, ; and no tran-fer of shares: shall be made unless the i
for payment are net the property of any banking company 1, transfer shall be approved of by the Directors, and the transter-::: said board shall a rght a: soch time as they -hall appoir'. nut E

or corporation.Sec. l rer shall give a promise, in writing to pay all future instalment i less than thirty days, to rcqtue a paxincct"from the to""kh..I-

(.r; 12 Be it fur they enacted That the President and Directors : on which a like action may he brought. dens after the rate of one dolly on e.1chJ..irt., subscribe?, and

a shall not at any time be authorised to issue a greater amount I Sec. 7. Be it further enacted, That this act shall continue in I the rtsidue shill be paid in such instance's! and at such times
force twenty-five and until as the dire tors shJl requue. Provided co call shall te :r.=;"e
: thin three times the amount of specie actually in the vault t years repeated. I
t I S of said bank. j at any time upun less than thirty dies> notice, published in a '

Sec. 13. Be it further enact d, Th t upon application for that I Passed, February 13b: IS35.Apjjroed. newspaper in East Florida :cud OIKS m M.i-'Je! FloiiJa! nor
: f i February 14th 1S35. shall any one call exceed n\e JoHns on the share. (
purpose from persons holding two thirds of the stock in said ,
!; bank, the Directors for the time being, on givins three months' .rt i Sec. 10. Be it further enacted Thu a failure to pay any in-
< stalment legally called by tbr directors of said: shall
f" : notice, may require a further instalment on said stock of twentyfive company
work a forfeiture in i favor of the the share or
tt' per centum; but this demand shall not be made, unless
shares, on which such failure shall or does: take ';rf>.
; by consent of all the stockholders: more than once in twelve p
:-; months; and that if any person or persons fail to pay for stock I: Sec. 11. Be it further enacted, That so tau:h anl no more
by them subscribed when said instalment is requird. the President i iI ot the act to which this is an .amE'Ddi11nf,3= is ;n 'o t.i i-tant

and Directors may pass an order forfeiting all payments :f I Cau. S33. [No. x.) A Bill entitled.' An Act to amend an act to incorporate 1 1I with the provisions hereof. be, and the same is hereby repealed.!

that may have been made by said stockholders.Sec I I the town of J3d )rne.!:

14. Be it further enacted, That the bills of the bank I Passed February 13th, 1S35.
I! Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council 14ih 1535.
shall be redeemable at ihe banking house, during office hours, Approved} February ,
demand in l: of the Territory of Florida That from and Walter the passage
t e on gold or.silver. 1
: of this act, the boundary: line of the incorporation oi the!
Sec. Be it
15. further enacted That said bank stock, shall :. ;
town cf Jacksonville, shall be extended agreeably to the following 1-
pay the same ate of tax as is now, or mav hereafter ba imposed -
lines, :he mouth of 3lcCo 's creek St.John's .
on .
on the stock or profits of other banks in this Territory. t j I .
Sec. 16. Be it further enacted, That the cashier shall be required 4 fi. river running thence up said creek to a point on said
creek opposite to John V. Richards house thence from
sugar ; ,
-. to give bond and security in the sum of seven thousand
' + said creek by a line running due north so as to include said sugar -
dollars, for the faithful performance of his lJut)". ,
house to the main road leading to St. revel thence j
Mary's ; ,
Sec 17. Be it further enacted, That this act shall be in forcefronrand
after its t by a straight line, to Hogan's creek at the point where S'eetwater I

, Sec. 18 Be it passage further enacted, That on failure to redeem its I branch empties into said creek; thence, nub the meanders CRAP. 823. [No. T.] An Act to revive an act to iDCorpontetbe SAndrew's :. J
.; of said creek down the same to the mouth; thence, by a and Chips Canal .
in specie during the office hours of the bank, on demand Company.Be
line due south, to the south bank of the river St. John's; thence ,
> therefor, the charter shall be forfeited and the Governor may
-' appoint three receivers who shall be authorised to take the effects up the bank of said river to Hciidrick's Point; thence, across it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council o: :.'

. of said bank and as soon as practicable thereafter, to wind the river, to the point of beginning.Sec. the Territory: of Florida: That the Act entitled, -Atict to in'r

# its affairs and in such event, it shall be the duty of said receiv up 2, Be it further enacted, That all free male inhabitantsover corporate a company to be called the St. Andrew's and Chipol* ;.j'

i ers to apply the assets of said bank in a rateable proportion between the age of twenty-one years, residing within the limits of Canal Com_ pan," passed. February; 3d. 1S32. and approved. ..

, the whole ot its creditors.Sec. said corporation three months, immediately previous to any election February 10th, Ig32. is hereby revived, and shall contoce :a ,

( 19. Be it further enacted That the President and Cashier shall be entitled to vote for Mayor and Aldermen. force for the space of three years from and after the passage of ':.;',
1 of said bank, shall make an annual statement to the Governor this act. +

. : _of Ibis Territory, on the first day of the session of the Le Passed, February 10th, 1535.Approved. 'Jti

islature Council in every fear, stating the precise situation of February 14th, 1835. Passed, Feb., 10th. 1835. I
Approved, Feb. 14th, 1835. t ?
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