The Floridian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079927/00134
 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 14, 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: UF00079927:00134
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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,.. to annnuQce Jl'ILLLiM D. kl. ROET SIr\IjELJV? Y L'Aya'TO JACKSON VIL.LE.a wilUlsoattcnd toadmLnitbr.b/
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1' 4'F4IL AS r candirl.it: tt> rcprfscnt the 4ttatkmen4 m thceounty. '
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: p'jhlir are informed
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f Fjor1It. 91 C :: I 'flgrrs Units:3 March 23d 1833. 4'
t : ifitiii -zVt .jheen that n regular Line of Stages V
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Instruments writing executed 1i ..
: has been ,
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; STKPHEN returnab1t to the next tcrn4.jyS c ); R 1. RA'Vrr -e
and J-'cksonvii *
L. & !* via diiwinn .-
o Ctii.ttiy. Tlic
?ff&'f ( !i.1.I are reqtcs.ed ;atd ?*'" '" : ) ?e ..Ycry M nday morn- StoringShipping ofKFUR

J h'iTj-ll jnQuincr, Gads-Jen Connrr t.o ;'at Jacks 'nvic!! un Saturday-from .STURGES -
j 1oe v > $ will .
'h Coiut of Tailors : ; 4rjj trttlc x.>r\h will! find, ready attend ] :
j!n. *' 1 pttviic-i. :> ? b. 7 conS ? Cotton-they will
\ti<;t"i'; by and t lo &daie.
v 45r'orG.ta-4 n, Leuu art! stagr-*, tr Sav.tnr, C ton entrusted in their
POSITz\ : Fa-e t1ir.n'ti C&i care .tr "si
: z- tV $23 OI. market in the United 'a1
;;. [2.r] "JNO. ('. HARRIS States or e1---wiero. 1 W
: .t Town Lots .
iu pur&asc at either
S __ ________-.--.- ;- -V- 4 FLORIDA.i Ir\vmtou -, their Stores in ; tV* V-
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'j' : A. >I VtCa.1ia.vrnZ : -. nt .* V, y IVii.i of {iidsJ-t county the NOTICE ? -
laid thf si me off inxpnf V -\nd v.Mi.-.h rs of tIINflY \V Toon, ad- -.'. etihst'rther ;
: .z,3q I4lct1I Jtii4 % VV <- i Inn t > pi'Mi" s ile on d1! sp9th! JOHV It I oi.n, tK. ased, I.inol 'Ja-x- IH the liIeral rctnrn* his thanks to -

I v IL.tIj, 'Zt'fS ; the ni-sl day r Aj] li! '-nx* ; i.y'0 'V& :'%-'Ii 'Je: Ii(1 ) bII4I ( 'ourt f.>r t rt sInce. he has !been I;) thni flOItraemcru. he has. ree4!

$ fbI 1110 to d }, .: il all anM.. IV.fftn:\ .lI, eJ, V tbV. put of viid ..idministKUor..t tT, arneofeheir patrone. place Just, anti soljej.s a 1 "4
: c'i one f iuii iu six ?h > v. V Hmiivmr.unr will vJ. [)
sr.nntUN, 4' >; Imtable. apply o a.J fro,,, NoYo.k.a
'rjv:; V ,, '9'it. 1'i U2.d nuent.f.. VCV.S ditcair": '. from hi>. Admi-nsfafus.'iip as ?? :

.: ; 1113 havg::*g ba-en htnah'-4! ; 'l titi! : -. i : *__ V -1 >HN J. ADA.VIS, 'tI.n r, U ;7, ,q.I Irun-1i.mpnrry!
4 3 el"tkal '. -; The To vn of A't ynrH.y. T i idinini ratortv. *-. "ring of h'u black Cr.acket e.

p4 Pi .. 'VMU coui-iy, !iilMiri, ii ''if : : :- .!. Hii. [ rn.njStore.: .11 sh.ind grey, dihie anj mmlled hm-own Clotfil ; Iac:; ..
3 \V.s' )hinlo''ih. C % Caahneres. I
.tu.ihooef.e 'i.'e'\ :
p r. r. c T i o v a.fT'v *.--.I\ T jjiu.> caE..nhi.Vjjv 'C ** Ncv OUk cl ; French and A nmerjan I'rirug ... .
V Lustrin
: n \ e >v : ; and I.'iucy ilks anti '
4" 1 i Ifcisht i.'it/t>; u1cc or in >r<% ID: nud .'T-VU \r y |, ;./ ,. Misrert vt- .,d I .v- open invncM.ur ( CV, j) &C.; Jzickonct. Saiu and SiLk ilull-Muslia.ShaWlGro

(::4.t.1'; t ly roiib-d.-r i t.c in: >. ft i ''i-'lj.tt.: ( ; m I .,-ii, 'i'it: c ..s L'aru J. 4, ard 5-4 brown rmtie*, of a SCriiqcIit3r

-a- tl1'V river, betn-ecn C'jhunh'i a. i 'ta'rn.ndett ; ;.) sJj Lfl I STr1nV'bkay, ai.ould tjfl'ttfl Hinin ant! Nf gm Cloths : -

Xi O \* \ i p ilbnw ;U1IjC1dQfl. by a fetii! > nit-l vu .4 .l'JV iL r1)' ? .P V $ n.rh WJ ..i COViflIj .jyi,, merat f Smrac ; a vn' tofTaU.ha.sie ( rubj-v; a cneral.i, foil't'.ot

V ri r-Jly oi !1;:'. 1 rTo i( lrt.'s -11 hi* 'm-i on the most rea- : &C.iEi.JanI
43 I-' 5Miip-j >mt to the rin..k.. flPCCS'sTTPIL. rV1 hi.1 a,,. -
jv L I' S 1. 4 !.::1 tho 1)1)l n s Ttrt-nciu. pntl 'mcn at -\ sixty or sevouty miles tin-tind ir. I'1iievrm: &- f X'V -< ; IT nrtk : w' V.-'

'! IaC may ('t tcii -f-rv-irl tret'r? measures, wjtds of three tlio.ivu.; IJ.ilrsoff ittoulipiod| oticrstoUu nude by the first ves- V -VV

wlucJi wilU\ o- .ontton. ti-U pl.ic-j th.. ''asi ',tt 1.11, ;;r. 1 i it ii> coiifidf.t'lv( "Voit'i: v :, : V # -A.-X"t: VI

r\EL? fifl : :NJ'V; AT LVj ,) tVl that ii-xl season tin re Mtl Is n-u rliousx-u'i I ihv (:!h'4'a; Almank.. pnS'i-jhrd ex- >. N<'r, *. 1.4. fi3ifjNo'rIcE

) .., 1' .\j -i tis -Tinadvl r c.irriidto I this JI-MIII :ro- in.: a Lr' ; an l t thi< Fhri.I! t. I.U'c-' rnI'm Merelhn of V
-MI ( n ; N
w t ( rv L( .. < n.-ind Jarku .- ( i ) ,r OS must iIlerc.i.a as the e-'ii'itry h.Vr.lflq n-t'1! d u'>,! iiui'iz I.utI in-it'er ia elation

h ,' ..b-.' ,- IN df t'i. ri' i HI.! lJ the SItprir %- I) cinnnt ')c any mh-r! Town 'sl.w! C'i'ara'! hv 'vl.nt| } |,o ir&r-, f> -.ilc either by the 14; LL p-Tons haviu., 'etaiidaant ihst sUe '.;

t : 4f infcrltri wilts Irw i'ltoii! ; an I i* t'iSt"jm B.,. ir s'-i :J-i o.iay. t ofAxuRKW G. "UAT3 late of Jackson Co an5y.
: 1t ; 4l.;
; V a!'; : ttI'm'' 'a \ I ; '-'UK f i lie i unt i J\ S. LTNX.NO dceui'ut, will presert them in tue time prescribed, by
1t' [ J' : t ,. ::
: *" I 1- _. law
Vr2i."l-W.'rl | it. idi''I th.U f"is r.'l fr'V: tMM i1 4 ti >r -
," : ri" I 1 "-P.I iVtr rusinm.'TS and tho -j *
.; I' public fii I L i i'.: j ; V ll NIir J.JiOLMTSedthr?
li) I in V iiin I ij" 4i> u-neri'ial <>V>Prttjric. .(
; '. r t' \- i-4 n *-v opf niii S Hi Love i.s Ai'Miinftha pr IMJI turs, rid S war.ic-l :'o vor** on t'tcT llahassee Rail s jfeN M. O. MAYS, admVx

i J .4. k i FALL & WINTER GOODS, Iu the sjnit, will fc .ll a..y jf iiie 1 ri: privately to or *'i en-iing veir. Persons! havin- Drcem' er I I3V54. 24tf 4

t.IT 'r: I-i' I.i ,) vish tJanrary : hand- '--i iiirMM, j. pK'.seca! 0(1 either of
N-w : \
jv.t ICCMni V .r!;, c ms'i.: of a si, :iJ DMlNiSTilATOK'S NOTICE.
v w \ n r 'V' i tn..-y :i \ M' r'1! )1.iy. as 5 rfnt "f-: .< ; itut; (M t.tiiK. C iv :in.-ivs-uid Vrstino ) Vl-O. ) ) or latrt.' II. P m ions.p e LL f et,'ns havn g dtma.ndj ajjuinsf-the Estate

i f: | (III. uinM':I "' .ril 'lief .u-. '.' T' th'ii of a cicit v ni >iy. '(.'.(.'-'4'fl 'Vmn I'M- inp..rt.-- sE'ui4'v; :. c \ cii'\r": >, ..4I: _. *>f Thomas ri warcl late of Leon County
MIi i -.'!.; i a-s 'r.- -i in-. < t mJ ti-i JII 1 i'' ;Y ni! j- ) V7f IA.M ;JvERR.T'TRBUTT ,
v \ n ; I-i< ait f tio! nio- fuhioMih'o! nli r. --I.h V\i ", iUtneral 'vw arc quested to Iarc.enLheri duly Dii? 6oica,
J -, ,I' \ ., .U..Ti'.i'ii.! -,. I..ttvisudL as<-'rtnun law, or ttey! will oe forever" barred.

i i. j p.' <, '. s att-iul"' .. .. -.>, v:7.:: :--SI M-S ..f rvciy dvciio ion. Gloves. ?.t m'z- ( J : on beh-ilrll. R. C rapa y. !flioce iud :btf-d to the E ia'.e are requested K ftinlrt

F, .. ,r 7 --M. [:<,' Si jend r<, P >n.r<- lh-IG\! Fr-Jins an-1 Hollarfc, finLijon -('C, Kh. Doc ItfU. ---lif ; injme''iatc puvmcnt. -V ??&

-. ----- T-4: 'HV.; -- .c'r-' : I J'-I M ry, i 7 I Cl ith < ':\u?, "tie .">.! Plash, and Ucv.vellats of the Ft.--? 7 io-.ttp J V
e r a !. ; I TH-! sci.i.itt'rL1\ IY \V FUNGT V fFresh
: < ( 1'. IL ." Ji \VASII- Groceries
; IN- :>!> 4vXM .
A 4_>'i..i! '.SMir'mciU of.t ir-uly-sn: HI"Cloililn nia'' ,
frl'f.V ; fl j..,:: .11'.iL.JCCiL I. fli. ; : I X'"J i 'N, C.i .t. ? l. ': V\IM, will run DLLS. Primr) -k
up by t'i<4 s'MS.'i-dirrp! j in Mi. mist fiitliful and fi !hi'Hiablc ,
', fl .i I i' .o iiii iua style, CtIiSist i:) of Ovcrco.rs.: i'Vork it Prrsso .ii" $.-"! j/ti tSC'I' !l ai 1 il tx 20 k- ) .. -2lt ltf! < .' :s in an I -- l. M irks. 50(> fnah'Is! Petit $ "
( ? Us :ind! C'Mlccs, tie Cl'it'i' a'i'i CJo.it hair Camleti mlph CottunSecd, -
lU'Sar-.tl.I.lt--: Vt'lIST- ( I t-i.: 2L:M. Live F"aih!
1 'J 4.j ..t1J I"'JIJ'* ''VV. i -lutali11 and Vritai'f .I.Ll'I: l rs,

LrI 'pr'. tt( t1i'i 11t! : Iim.anz lti.1 :u c rrh fi .red NO'ICE.I 60 bnirls. New York Canal Fl4iurv-, v

O'MiMf-1! ixastrd Velr! t and fine !bla-'k! Clmh ai.di' .. .... lOb do. Western ilo.Uacon .
's uiii -d the under-
: ;>- -t', !i ,
ciirn County Cwtrt. ; .- Vt-nti.i! Marseilles Hams Miiidlings! Ri-'e &c. -
is> : a-Hi white Vcs's Kc.FIK : ; ,
.\ >: i/ ;!'- 1' i i'( foii"ux. hate
} !? .*J Just received pr. s hr Lu-iuda, and lr tale
\ .1A. ) is iii-) i"ii'i's: j Wool \ett-Shirsar.d Drawers by
i- I In'.id the
v ': -n, fis 5 it flu xt
M. > 7VJww, VVi.u(16l3.; -fine NK Slli: an:1 Due-s-kin Undi-r-Vcits, an '* r n. Bordx.
,- Term nt" fii Ctlii'V id .
urf O F. K 7 g.
.. I ? >f
; excellent aiticl- invalids.A
4. ni'vr jrn 'r "
( -nl'i'.i.iijiti-afion
s 'U 2 o 'iivount ,
i1'm* a td all ni'if4* j, r'nq I 5iiljr<"S-lc'd, qua Ill'!V ofC'>uv-i ( /loiLi'iT' "uitablo for Negroes, 'L, FTLL supp'y of Lnndtcth, siirjori.fiM | h'-r di.i'ilis >ii .:..' ''"-c'i V _c .&s ,i'h. STOHAGE! STOUGF.l STOKAGE !"
i ,'. .I' j e thnt tU'suit InInVn cotn- and .in ai irtmoni i>f li dia Rubber rfurt'juU, l\a- .. 1.J and Ujv.efieedj justrtctivr: jaiidKsh
$CV1 ; f MARV jl-C! ).\ A l-n'v. 1"ailiiition Iiia ohl
( ; !! to wnroliouscthe
51! i >. T1 Ct1C'T i'sivtt l! ( Cau.i, iiat1 Jackets an'! Tr'-vvst-rs, wi'-nnt,. d I very durable nn'iKrLctly ; by I. II. ____ V

i' I il.e Ti i'-' >vo so rfi d t Thiynp* ; wal r-pni'f .tC ofiVrcd f.>r silo by the &tibrribers )-'tniaerZ9th. I : : )! ( () \\II. *- subscriber has r.ccntlyerected a: spacious build,

r I iiwr a -i'i '< 'bf d 'ra'iua f Icdin aafl vc'y low tcru-.s. I iboral deductions fronV -V. -', VT A l \CIICOL! \ ': '.tIt). Vc o'O: oy. Jd fejst, for recen .ti cotton -uc! g?>ocsl *"*
$ I.M |{. \1.H\V1 OS'IX, rcfrulor! established! pricts will l l'c inide on all orO" ROWAN >S TONIC L'X F .!t.yS. having ixMi 'iate'.l tiioi.iic',1 sto r'-'t TL\IOT11VMVRTY.

J i.l' Mn \-v. -rTNr ders for citi. CASTOR OIL, qULVME, yc. :l ltnd fn-n ->f i' M P ii n \ DIN, ';C. Ias. fl'rn.h'r7laI3; ,

0*I*it* L. The subscribers return their sincere thinks! i.' Also the celebrated Iio L.I-CIMBVT' f r Ith : .1 1 "i-i'jr :t de'tera' if', ?!{i HOL' K aid
the very liljcral palioiujrc hrriofure reca'id. and & .' iJ 't' Storae BUsitic.rvr'HE .
tism, .c Hers, b"- > j'H'ss < -it c j'fo.fl. H'ting
pp ; 'ro; v :1 i' AJe at the nc\t Mircho would 'ilL li' bv thc'r I and strict at'intiinto V
s na tissidui'y suhrri V
t ''* "JAVE'S CARMINATIVE B\L iAM," an excellent \! i I.: arr i.'m-ii-s "vi'li I i.c*>.il I ts.j Is f(> $ nave o.iited u.Ter: 'hi style of
:.a 'i tv th i i.y -uir, Li ro tri'y, DrFt business 11 .IU1t and receive .nimatiun* of the fl a P. PL-R !l & ( .
cine in coir.vcl cor.ipl.iitus; f'ic ji 0 e' ht : airnt t t'ou ot&c.: mi ihj- < 'a N. 'j., for the -a ,, ,- of cr*
alz V at t1 l1't fl( 1i'S .f V : Lt .f DA% 1, .
.' sime.'L'j 'Dr.STOOSE ISTAXT DROPS" for bowel ev 5ri. a4 M ; .iii I ': n'i:_ ,''rt'te* n1 ,1 It! V rviu' an the Storage Business in the i own o> VIt.
ind, :,a>tJ, t.fA : ; il! i-n : a'I t will! take due : All oidirs will be tli: ni\fitly! rccivcd and as ks. and : rictest '
; children, 23 C'S. l>ot : .i -! '. .crto.'nU'' ;' tt.' t : :r 'j 'riz prouu attL1Ii'-n.: 'hey
iu.cs. n : '; niAiims: fxv.Rr they htve eiv'iirrd in t'-! ir omploy steady and firetiat. decline ifojnjj a Cu-irhMsLm business !
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"D 'VAEa's ETE S TE Ce ( '; e't to &t a' : ; V bt.ICfl1tj I .1 -
> >liV nY: >. Kx'nix, w6RKME.v. they are prepared toexrite nil ardr4: 'VATER' J ,5 ,,, !! ) i jip'if.rJy tea'i'-r t'i.. r >. vi.'iand s ;V V tut ronag extends \ lS.ht rf.-iQ"r. Ij% t 1 1 t ti1,1 it tint'lwT'f'1 nit c ail iti thy nv.it 'luriblc and Do. "" -- C. F. DUF.RR -
Itch .
Ointment. > vrt>..iao in 'ie .. > >%% :. of 1JairIe- ,
; : ic'--'. Tallahassee! Oct. 2' [ ll-C'ii. Do. Worm Tea & Salve, .' ;'rrO.ni..' >* ,- -wJ -- i : TLHN4IRPJJy..
< t5j.ls. Liitrk.reh:21
i e< i '
to t-jm. vi'i.cr! for iae .>r o'.Iicr-
; ;
', DI). Tooth Vrhe Drops, j)5 cts. ;
su'Ncrj 'JT !ns just received :uj J itTurs 'aN. ,1 I) ttathmnt.DiuD -ALSo-- I V"TIlE A Mill, Negroes Land for c aiintrmlin :
B .V:3 > r., .mil f'iir Sorcvrs underp
1IOACI 1e !- uw. >
$ 1i.j.' i -, Yit-l!: sscr.ber'u :; to cl >s3 thi.r bane
a ffcrtuil me-nis-i! .-! Miit ii-iMS- \ : of '" ivp.iir, w.'i' 'hr 1 2 : n-i co-nniixliouj-
4:1! X niS suit bums b ,
i> s'jp rue Flour, "en e41lamen- and -att A'414Ll 'Li, the ensuing summer, with n Tier
d-sii.iblv of lit" .m-:1 as ex i
il.d-SJi.1",. u fi't. ,
2 'ov<*s V *' of tnflpe1.ia a Ap.it irhicola next fill, will sell a bjr-
1 tho lYnn *>f the C ; S.u-'i' ro-iiftcr;, j iy !n; .i-tBr S-iiMr B-'il-'r1, ) ( LVya.I.S o fire as> any Mnc r h-rise, a
rt.b I t: I ia >!oto next u"itvturt <4 : ain i-i the Saw and 'Ji'st Mill. The Mill u situated
() c'Li'.c;, [4eIa Cotn' y. Tl.a: d.-f-nd.tnt an J all itlitrt in'itrc iui'in 't r,-, uith a :;cni-\ii IN art miit'; (|fxc. : I en, nh lli-i ; 1 int. one vic! tind 'i half from thc river on a Creek afiordms -

3') tJ.i. S-up; l-d!, ar1.iircd 11 \\t\ .. '.r aivl plead to the !tV..'la-! ju-' r -"i'-ed I In- li. B PlIRKINs V1. I'. l'ORl'c! lit \ii usta, Oa.) ;an aitiind tnt supply of water throughout tho
< >, 4, 1J3 I. [H.<3 n] )\'/ J. II \ ItDI "- { \naarhicoa.! )
i al.) A1,, avijt'i Piocs, ti -). LF.IGI1: U !: \ J), A""v. for PIT. } v-t-ar. and -miuuands a so: 'd! supply of timber, was

II kf : L ttJ, F. t). 7 XOHCE.X ':.\'(- .- Mtl k -tttlnt, Smith e f>rmtrly ..wned by Mr. Dickson, and has lately been
t : .hcnRuitcr.' 6'. CV "ui, .V. !11.. /'e.-i/, v C'w. T. 4-J f. rebuilt hy us. Ttat! Giist %IiI' i-; the best in the neigh.-

1 '0 N.-w Oi'u.in-i i I months froin date, I vill ;prvnt my -, "" iticI.; Gree.iwooil, t>- CV-,-Oolumbm. btI--I l and oonrr.j.rid5 nearly the whole custom.Vc .

W.li .. > te1lt TO\'iC .iJIXTURE C'.Hintv Cnit of Ga'bdcn
Or Letters
t I_Li t ocuniy, -Vo. k. valet t.le .i tE Ii1ssiom; ns dinmifirit. r of th! < utot 'ri
< ; >HG':: n. LI.U Nr1iGtt. : u < > ili'g u-l Sf T1'itiii.-N. Orleans. atTot-dim: u rr ular and an iTijn-i.vin, market
T 'i> 8"f, 'iist. J-itiinry i-:5.: 25 ifS AN '1-COST1VE PILLS. Peebles, late of said c Him v, d'-misp'' L ue 1'. .VjC'oy.Mobile. f,1 lunihc-r inikt-s ihi< u desirable properly for oh

D Ihi Mib 'ti ; rctiuns 'ts &'rcre M 5Nf rnp.ci q 4l:net- of the aueni TKPlir.\. IJJ.'JinAP'M.lTifv ; S. PEKULE5, t M > '> Uf who ran devf.tc hh attciUK'R to it. The property
tJ* i'.i.ita C ill-- I1! i'rnhnrN1.i.! will be shew a m time to -m wishing ..topuichase. V
sjpsisor t iff 1t(1tVC patron i" } lie j' us IM irnp.ise s.|).inri > V i-nis >oel any any pcrs

? rt:1t, an'I !nl<'d >supl.a i ni 1f + it ,tjj'I! ,.. ,aji, ..- '!-.r 'eilii'iiK5- o.slh.' p-i'tljc. // ;.' o,!. >.'. is c O'.lrhi'i''l ; P >R' v-TTir'TT c -j y .

thi4 c wlfltt.i.; e the uc' g 4 :.r l. on li. ntcft'ity of confining Hit side of t1 e .Vfr- T the next t' rm ot$ lin! Couitv Jou.-r. "f n-i-l linvwcrs rf Kiis lish and \Ve will also S'-U our stock Goods cotaprisiri a.

( n. ia n f ia as tew f\ttb'islit -_ Sil'i--'J tl---f ''<"' iltmn.uli. A f ii: supply of tlIrse; rom t'.is' Adiniiiift; ration aaf tlie estett.fiic114y B. ', Jcieetry L\iniy *L'liclps, our iniprovtineni.o, consisting of a Store House aiui a

ADMlMsniATORS[ NOTICti.LL .'... !!. JIK s will b<* coiHMnily! ket; by the AtrciUs, deccacJ, late of said Cumstv.TH'Iahas5r %( AV r & .vi d at their es- large and new Varehousc for storage of cotton,.
perking ind-bi >4J tib the csLite of X\TILU? whose iKti.ios and rfnitleiio's .TO an o.\cd, and tlinXMMI imt: ''iuuim TUtUCE, ___ t. t.di i- '-.. : on ? I"iiroe-tt the river bank. It is kown to be a &oudstand f r'a

J. WAT>OX, atc of J. cks. a Bounty, d'"c.o'!, : i"K-r icishrs it dixfi.z r'y n'tnliiol. 1'iat '.' tcbe /.'/ !;( ; z ; A\N 2 \ I lv I ute :tr, iv.>-i irtin New York, st' rand a tavern, and needs no further rc
x** qte vcJ i<, unke im-nedi it-j ruvrurju to the une !laD.' fevpn
uf.4a1ed a i..J it th sold h'n lilt tuUiqrised agcnt.S are ttt! n: viz : ilevtn humlrc4l bi"-s cotton, and expect to receive
TflCI C I U t.st lC I a') ; lUau .s"lfl ( u-t bymy ;>.r w s ejc cpt :
ADMINISTRATORS .VOTICKLL 1 1t1.t; Gold and silv.r Waichcs, La1 abut ilu- same the season.
i Id in consiilfrjiblc present
J.g4'nsL tit1 ttC. nc'ttsni requateti a'i. i >us uiiTUuis 1aie t-m .n'ih* anJ v> a
tlieiii .July auiiisii'-v.e-l:!:! the tiiuo pro- tjuauiities oy two physicians in Leon and ersuiis indebted 10 ihe is it-'. i f B a -1 : IC' VttrIie,., itj Eirrrngs, The terms of ouy of the ihovr property will be

rzjJ! uy Liw, cr they n-ill V t'rLtr li n nl.5 't i | Jen fountie*, pjnl perhaps by oih-rs, ant t will i L Kinnic, late of Jackson myatsimy, d' il., a allis, l' 'erriiIts, Vtcti nude: accomtaa'datin and rrat bargains may be tnidof

't'1M M. wiiir:, '! u !*ss I.P i-Hj-ortcd fruni New i um k .ni elsewhere. (jUt ted 10 in ike immrdialc piynu / to the u patr-nt K-y-r Gentlemen and Ladies us in goods fur cash or on short credit.I1AMISON .

Ad niiih'r.itor vx otlicio. MM*-. '/llieref' rf. \\h' Wih to rrocurc: the genuine sinel, and tl use having de n-i.ids izain- s td f>hirt Hi.us and Studs, plain and & RAIfEYiAsp.ilasa21st V
?Mtr the are rcnuc4i'jd to present the-'i dill R-.uU of cvi-rv de'cnntbn. Ink staiid February 13 23ifFLOXWJ
\ 2Fi: n t : i aran be j aiv 01 tr_'tin it only from agints.
mnnJ wi"hm'the time p"res'ri''C-l Iiyliv, or hcv \ Pcrfiiniorirs the bst quality, patent
'D foll i vin / !entlci.icuare Ai eiiisin! Florida. forever barred. ANDUE tf yOUNG, .- C.,xb of every size Scissors, Pocket- LJlJk D FOR &LE. I
A 5v > 'IMlalmsce.i5'.urffes .
3 i: 'ikins at .
.1I Genera' Ajfr.t Feb. 14% 27-tf A.id..nor. HUM M< Kn'iic !kt-is f'MIlus ar.i4 chiUren! Bea'-Bajzs,
'' Si Marks.Ecclcs ] I li uuJt rsij ntd purchased of General
for having
A"* nls fig
Je.x4 ,
j.i ra 't'iVeaI f..a21 'CW 4 .! iURI New TflC BMCTsPisto3! Percussion Caps, Laok-
Jaius C. d ). GLuincy. .ww (VVV'ANP'>! :: JL La Fayette, Uie township of land in Floricta,gran; *
*, t .nl .*
} ? 4.1rtncl-: of .Iao.:' uv.i.dlyI &e. & .
s .. ,
cL.cj: r ths V Gkin! & Fi>lv m, do. !'ali. ktsokv. f&/ Warran'xpcrf! i-t !. ted to him by the Congress of the United Slatesoffer
s; I li- luis the OctoUr 11 111(9tf( )
the lvcr l- .
for aril
Ai-iu''AT5llian&Co do. 11ticdllo cure i\gate. the same for sale.
JJ't <,r V YotUiiul! \ Origins Flour; Thorn% Alexander, do. 1 lirkstown. wholesale and retail I'y i'LEI'( 1'flNS This land is situated in the immediate nci;hboor-

'tt'r, trti II.I4ls; jl l I'. Potts. do. Chattahoochec.Thmnasvillc. WEsrUOTT, tu&Mfill ; { US, nood of Talahassee! and ia be'ieved, for fertility o! V

:1e t1.t tn.noa M ilj-tlm Fur ascn, da.P. ._ l.1 Florida Instruments, fyc. soil, and Icn-al advantages, to be more valuable than

Ia V.Gautier. Jr. do. TVIananna.Campbclltown.. 11 hereby ajvWmi: : M"-c. :my other land in the territory.9 .
P'1ilri. ( )uionsnnd Cheese; II"ImesViltians, do. ?r% \/estcr : | '' just received a full supply ot fresh The Southwestern part'of the townshipadjolnstlxecity

Sptrij, I itiiIa! ,.a tlIi ilv! Bcei'm half bbls; JOHN 11. 110 WAND, Proprietor. rIl'S l'truic1ixttir" in th-- Medicines and CliemicaU. Pure TEllahassee, from which point to the shipping

Iit"r t1tiI 1'ottL'i ; Nov. 1. I'1. (12.Gm| _- A' Florida. liaitcrn parr. if ,. M313EIHJ&, VL'SC.ITELLE H7.VE, port of St. M:irks, a distance of abcu -wenty miles, *
tble' tr tie! of the rail road is in contemplation to.be made in. a short
cotutIv and Jlotl! 111-1-fl Westtrn Of* of fitoricitli; > arc to imported specially use a ,

I 'cri l 'IVa the s.iid m.du-ines to nil I \\h" rny J':>!;Jy to th '. St Snuvv.len's: superior AMPCTA- time.The V
; by th" box; vs. C 4. C8CI.. ..ii. IkU& e1 ...e ii. ODrP1'QI(1._ LYE.. DISSECT- navigation ot the St. Marks river has been rr*

Broun DI1ttjc.< by the bale; V rll I.I AM Q.rjflUn Dungs. prietor himself." ?in.'l, POCKET INSTCI IENTS, iu cases. "frnm Impnunrii n pnilp'M''VTnrnil| of the '

All kinds Cut Nail* und Brads; ; Defendant is beieby notified, th.it the Plain U JN') IL ItO I't'iipsaiul PIPES, Silver Lancets and Southeastern part of the township, which wHTaflord1iitvj
Oct. ? Ittm I ation for a cheap and certain, transportation ofproduce.
Court ThilidclpiIa
HolloV. nN.. Oilcans Rum; a. tiif has filed his PETirio:; tit the Superior and Nurse Tubes, &c. V V 2
of Leon and Mi.ldlc litict of Florida V
JWn, for the county of DRIED HKUBS from the land will be old in ctit those-w&h-
ApA1; tt id CoLMinu Brandy; M foreclose a .io.igge 5vcn l hy the Pefendant to ItOWANLI'S This parcels

All kinds jjhoos by tin- trunk, case, Sic.Ul" lh, said Plaintil\on the |nn. winguo cribeJ Property, nmoni which are Lemon Balm, Catnep, ing to purthase, oa a creditfrom fi c to jcight ,yefrs. >.

le lo teal and Personal, (to wit:)-Tae Northwest quarter TONIC M1XTUItE. ?, rfage, Sweet Lijoraui, Savory, at reasonable prices-those wishing to p urchase w2lnake
ii oll Jer Sisu a"de either of theundcrsi'nedWILLIAM -
application to
i 1S1.tftf .xnd tha \-stbifof the Northeast q-urler of srctionci FULL sunply! of this valui'jle Tnedicinc B. NUTTALILHECTOR

---_ :;ht. The Northeast quirter of section I _received. 1 shall liercaf.or ha vc it : : anl Loio.v Svarp. W.BRADEN.- -

Superior Cut Glass. IW '-ninf,Townthip! one and mn eone, North and hand. V of every kin J-Genuine INDIA CURRY. WILLIAM P. CRAIG. *
w, situated in the county of Leon -ILfld Territrry IT IS WAUnAKTED TO BE A klifC AXD French, and Prentls's Soups and Per Tallahassee November 23di833. '15tfJCj
JPT rectivfj ihrect fron the Mannf-.ctr'ry, emCW1SIn.nenI I) riJ.x. The \Vcot half of tha Lot deM-.jn.itcd: on REMEDY VOR FfiVUr. ASI' ACCF.IF T4KEX Mrs Miller's celebrated SNUFF. May- ,

IUJerior and f"r bte !10w, (or ca tSVO 6CR th ritual; plin of Tallahassee! as number ninety- TO THE DIRECTIONS. Uepo.ts having been celebrated iNK iml INK POWDER 'The Swmnah CeorffToii, :Charleston MtfAij,

catch. PCT GLASS Dcciizi with WINCS tn 11 'A female slave named Martha, about fiftecjof that this mixture contains a/scnic, 1 an HYDROMETERS &c. itigustn Constitutionlisl, Soulheni Rteefdtr MillW) e-
-ip .lyto named about thirty rile! Georgia; Richmond Enqnirertmd, Star, Rateigb.iV. 5-
( a c-* female slave Sally the Pi onrictor to say that these reports are uttet PERKINS. <
E. B.
> F' DAVIS 1 Wn. Manor's C. will publish the above for ** **r kaeh"dforthrir
)flais4 nt store. y V ofae-and her child Kitty Ann, about two r-and I am also authorised to offer a Reicard ; "* _
pan. 1t 24tf yea ofage. CALL & WALKKU, 000, DJlar to any one who wiB prove the July 9th, 834. [48tf]_ aid a nent* to this office. :_. : *
HATS Phintiff's Attorneys. of the least particle Arsenic, Mercury, V. NOTICE. Wooden Ware. v V

'J c riiiTeiTod by the su>criber direct from fbeof I T&labassee, 5h Dec. 18t4.-17cowf4m_ or In any order other to poisinous imposition ingredient from in iu. next (March V ) term'of Leon county court, PaiU (iron boiinditestTub<

via.nufaory, two Invoicci of Hat consistin- V Watches &c. prevent authorised ngenls will be on the estate of George Dewej PAINTED and Peck Measures, .
LU.1fl Jewelry
Beaver persons except vouchers for settle-
Drab and
Otter and accounts
'ide and Blacjc Caster, with the mixture* to soil again. may Floor Pails, Musical Canes,
narrow brims subscriber h just re Proprietor JOS. W. KLEIN.
selected for thh Churns Feather Dusters .
tket. expressly THE: sole for Middle Florida, and am assured ,
APply, &l. Wra. Maner's store, to an additional supply Ilo wand agnt that (except a small l let sold to Mr. ; 25-6t 1,000 feet Wood Bowls .
JU3TIMAN F. DAV13. of WATCHES,JCWELRT, FIL- Turned Ware B B Fail, ":
will be ,
bottle ha been or sent or V
Ll4 not single. ,
which he offers : ID
27-tf SPOOKS &c.
VCR inMiddle Florida except B B Foot Tuba, Cocoa Dippers,
b him .
for sale on his customary reasonable Arsenic, to any has person been discovered any mixture and complete assor Shaker Dippers, Knife Boxes.
Shoes If
J.r and Boots.reC1Tcd term's.FREDERICK. TOWLE. Rov>an
III LV the subscriber, direct from flic tation. All persons therefore,who wish the York r.nd Baltimorefor sale,\vholesa.- -. Boot J iks, -
Get: 4th 1834. (Stf) V hite and Orange Lamb *kiri Mit V ?
mQtaCtnry ,
xij t/Iew Ark, an Invoice of guM' < Twite Mixture-should be cautious of whom Country Merchants and Practitioners sup ailteSOl4
Id thd Baots for ladies and gentlemen, seferr The subscriber' has employed a Watch-Maker direct chase it: My label willbe en every bottle sold moat accothm :Iatin tsrs. Expected by the Schr. Delta r11; *.

thu.nurkot.ApDlrat Wm M'inorJU3TINIAN "rom England ; and assures the jmblU, that any work E B PERKINS Sole As oi for Middle EDW. SEIXAS, ,a'-tory prices by :

F-DAVIS* I j.-jitrusted to.him ahisJine, shall be done promptly iov2d; : S V V V V ;- PrufgUt, Magnolia, Florida., V Feb. 14. 7-tf S V j V V ,, .
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'r'roL21.e;paft--.y-;a gc h Biar of ibis act jXtou"rj'irTTr, shall ifrr be:VT ticirct1'; sool a- .iin-n form i *.of thalcABiiaiioutoatft m inuoa &nRau--; of, WUI NowOrleans 3IJ ,: O1 #
with 4e
tthe:. 'I'U't ftoik1. minted asd free matrim Provided f1iower must imateIJ ,om fctyour r Territory city 'U.
to contract D1.I reaftcr: : p-s
.1 ._ tho productsor
Aat the divorce Sl8rdi affording 4 safe eo easy tr ocportnt..1 tug volume O1Harp&zf
.' = ,;, .t'i granted by thUnci hall not $ '
.( ., 'foe, legitirastQ of th o1ir soil: Court aD&Camp
usuo \ crebjdsvtreed.Z'ieJanuary2Oth
f *. S96. {No..ubuv.] An Act to _DJi&1a a!Ferry Bercathe. St. < parties I Bo'it therefore rse- by the (Thvernor'iid 1islatxeCouncil J thefolllowin memorial'- _
1835. .
Jahffr flu?.. '. of the Teriiiary ,.it Foiia. 'fl 18 t our flelat8 ID celebrated mihtary mea'irbff .. 1
Seo. 1. Be it enacted by the Gorsraor and Legislative Coun- pprcd Jatl1aaIy 24tb, 1S35. t Congress be- urged tt ncocare from that _body atgranHn/e' whole list of those serving undft." _
of Florida That John M...Bowden be and caaal i either as Marshals
c3.of Territory ft r the cutting .aaui oCFranee or
Jau.906. [:. LXUnAn Act .;Dw>rsc Alexander Pailervon vnrti to tbe ctHnpQn, ofpanrtcd Division.Augercw. Offl (
Tested with the and
fea i* hereby authorised and right ctergedtrkb and EJira! Patte ,;. of mrcty feet ." the oul'ic Und on C rh s do of its iontuiophtedr.ute died

the duty of keeping a ferry, for the term of five years Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Guver5 g and Legislative Council : ; like.-.i w Al UflO of itti at the pointo" ita conrmeiicumrnt in the chest; Btrutta 12th threw June, 1816,0
Across the Si John's river at a place called MI.D rio. of the esander" at its junction with iir.VVff
Territory of Fionas, Thft Patterson cu Lake Wirnko, anther window or his
Sec. 2..Be it further enacted That it shall be the duty of the Eliza Patterson br, and they are I he'ewjjkclared to be nl\()n t,:, th;* r iv of St. JOt ';: 2 fin'was rKLT on theamy0! iti r5 .

;.: & John M. Rowdeot to keep a sufficient number of boaU and the ties m d ofiJcntioji; : $ ot Pftcgc heretofore e : .1': I K oir-a, That L ? .* $&** Hw Prct8ldtntt and died ins ntJy Betmrt Was JaU,

'& the accommodation of passengers; and should he fail to do between the sa t ;' tuep. be.md the jftsjo Are hereby dt> .,h"f+ s '. ,'.;pf C !Jerk' c: 'b.cS. r .:: "fL.'uh r w. musket ball at Luzeq! dird It.

-.f r1he wace of three menlhs all the right vested by this act and annulled, n i ''t iho *v.-l! V J-!-taw*;.. Pane SAR .}f.,1 I-k".J Delegate fr-nn this! .ry.Pawed *.> pulmonary cemplaiut June-: 18 cl

: -abatt cease and he forfeited. Patterson, froi' :i; >.?!.' tf the pasaice (f ihi. act .n .ll be 1. February nib, 1835. 4.. was. killed lOtanlly at Mareng _

Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That if any person shall attempt considered sole \ nnci ri-il. nud fi"j. fo .or-'rurt HU1timrmy \lpro.cd.: Ftbru j .j.!, I ni'-i Brc/umun.:. .J" iI. 't. iS24 died St.ofI apop1cga .
: to keep a ferry, or transport any person or property across hr rraftcr: Pro1 1 Ie J, bt rtcver, that tfi e.uiv m*' granU'dt by thict !. I I J Jllntd tie a ... .' YriD a

the St. John's river within haU.a mile of said ferry and receive t, shall not basts: {s.-c thc J Jegjtuuat'1' t- <*f the patties hvrtLy Jt %. -- z- '. a WH.dow 01 I t !. t-.rew ,Int .,
'taerefbr r any compensation either' directly or indirectly, such divorced. bffain,; :1'.1''_. .:h. _". I ,. OOU-.

person orpersow for every such offence, shall forfeit and pay. Fussed Jai:.:<'; ShMh, 1835. t W.ufcas, the increasing aoc:9 ol tiC Ea\'e I Jun., 1 :,3.wI' "t';' ::-:.

to the said John M. Bowden, or his assigns the sum of ten dolUrs _A P1uo.V{ %iunry 23d," $ and Middle Districts of Florid, renter it tUtf6.\ t1 ,t f\:1lti ; 'P'.:'': i. U"f'1L.1"S.fO \"
? court in the Territory. ,, I"V:3a :iHtt'f ,- Ii' ., tt
to be recovered in any competent i Ju Ls can attend to the various C"-'ntit. i tricf1o, to j L.t4dti. .
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted That tbo said John M. Bowden VJU.1P. [No. ;n.x1 'Act fi -d' ,.f J..1 1tA- J, hoU i ;"> Courts therein, and to disIH' t'tun c( ,ll'rtCt! t t t ."uuth 01''lQ, .! : 91 i- ,.. a 1
: :n.: bi t:, ," ..: L'i.
and sub-- \ < _
Aall be entitled to charge acd receive such ferriage, :' I th, J citizens of this Territory; J lair! \\! rrt'Vt'ai. tlf U1l' ;. i'etift-4 : ..
: jerttp SUCh regulations, as shall be established by the county Be it enacted f < ..'r:1 i ) jcth&tCounc''. ): \-il I Co ',. ; of said Districts are now riv: < '! .t ';""tpijor t hmt 4 J.' .I; !l"1t -, tsI t. {'("t-.tr .44..

of Duval Territory of Florida, Ttwtvt\ V 'OCtrtt 1 h''r* .r f' Ju .*. .",' .. 1 l"f'I ..i.r:1: ,'-
court county. );rc from Ii Wtnr inability of said ;; t > ilain. 'Q.Tt. .." ( : .
9th 1735. subsisting betwtri .!, n ..crJS : rcrn of tbiw 1'r \ f./t \ .. 1\) : ..
Passed Fehniaiy ., which wou 1d'imposed upon t'o '/; 'f> c u'if'id' \ 4tPJ t. ..... .
Appioved, February Hth, 1835. and Detsey, bis ," <:t> j in iht vft 1S3: : }I-M ;'..:0; c i i-\. I :" M Sorrier Court' in each of suiu: ( .....nuK"j --<,... '. O'iM' p. lieu. ; n' .''. .
I and with '.' Uith' So-tbr "Inu1 "f., .*, ; .. .>:, fi r. bv Ol"tKC .j .a.
eloped f :vc t "f u JTri >otved, That our Delegate in Coby. {'I .1. e $ cr I > j .1- '. '..
Carolina be '. v r )haciiijlnsolvrd. ,l.fj s-..i i i .. ,"._- ,, trn.d .1ft w } I .N.... :
nc > Jnhn Roberts is' r- -.b. ,.H-rrf ff fiv: U1-d .ita.,1,/ M-MVI '!t l' h: :. A ." c. d' ;. -
: ,"tl- 'isbment, in this Terrify of if If W f. 'iJr"'i 1n.t. '. ,. ; t. I
2,1 r7. t .. t iX'c. To k.'thorite .T : tcL.eF lofcouri ll\'l.\ ;;eretofore subsist: in vr'; .' *T saifi l t'i 4O <*oat: i ic?, a- !: iih : to b' > :- ;ed the Judicial DisUi:* >r Si \i .Uf1te'I" !., ( .I t. '. :. t'-0.'tt'. frt- ; : ,, I.! 1

L :' .ct',) 1'\C O'I'u; 'ad completely a.s ;'It.t iu Uad novc c.v.tvJ, i 'he Counties Mudisci. liarnttCk; ,'. ( i..t.t.'"ii.ot.v t" ., .. ,'..,:
po- t1r .r" "
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j Gc\'emorand Lcg1.l.iti\'e Conu.Cll -p .".
by t .
Ufo' at ernwt Janu0 1835. f
'r 1. Pasjed ln.i ai.J Hjborough.! 1b- .t. ,. ..
.. HllInblu ti :1nd he :'.. .0. :". '..
I d.l1, rrPtOftf flnid J.\11f :. \ y23 '
fi Ii'.WJ 'h on' nuMic ( across ,. ... 1i. ,, .
i. J\tr rp" cry .. !.. "' .
!- ,,. ft* P. lent of the Legislate; .tW. ; .4 'f :u t"t'1S' ',,,, ; : i
"-- "I\! rttij na1'I'"J'TN" OJU.903. [No. U' 1 .Vi Act t n D-r\"t* Lytba H. t3M') autlSr. ..fl31"! .1" 1: 1': 1." #rjtIi' vrcab11tt. & '
(; of this for his 1tI ( .
(lc Territory (:
r ';'" {. t rjt'c s of the cf'.nily court, or '{ltbtrt approval ,; 1 f '. '':t ,

r composed of lh! jJ'rtC or the pmvit -; \HHch.J our Dedegiile in Congress I I I! .. J .l.. .. \;

Sec. 2. Be u ffbcr: enA if'L. nil fit.5.; privileges, Nf.t -.| DC' it enacted by ',r.e Govi!>of and l..'.i.-aitfiiCV-.idcii! .!f t:1t': I t be ;i ;further resolved That th Governor of,this Territory .":. .' .r. t i.:.. ,7' ia.nu. .
ivi> rrtti fe-.r. rh 1ta H. Stair ami iUberi Stan, le .' be, ana ht i is hereby respectfully rrqiu'sted to use his influence sing .'
: i < nu< "teQts of > and r.ro berebv i ted! in i Territory Florid -t Ly< tnrougn I.

:'; r'di. ltbO \\'d.n\; ". !.t ib f"''lt". executors, drnLtr. 'and tho same are h ; .cUfed tft betJiv<>r<*eJ ., .fl t tb: tit> to viJVtt \.,? object of these resolution; the left. The, renrmmig .... .. .

.,*iia fot ibc Min of mer '. ..ro. -'ilt'j.s: n causeway shoutsJ and obligations! of i : 4. ;r Mofore <*jtsttny tJot""t'tm! tk said Pas.st 1 February .12th, 1835. was cut nil-ny a ).! ein -a-id QUf,. .:

1': t' t..e esu&i !' I. Pru :de': 1. ,"!hn \VanUUhis heirs i parties be, and tb. .ie ... ,' I0"'V il-iohred a d .inu s k d; Approved February 14th, 1835. amputatuw. 1.am! drc in-." the brate "Weft.r

** I e, .,>m the &"'hwfice 4.td a avirol r.t\" I1u\ing L Itt

:.j( } f. ,. ,-zr'-gIh '" \ :'icy Q r 3 to.a.t aiTOl* i1ht! 'hiate of ihe passa t.1 .\t,' >bni.-: \v\ n' d .t. 'nL: r-- t .irlzere4L. duringMI tl je 2,1 t I.l'JtnuJ nx-rarion., )lIt
I I' th6'\ : and free . -I I '- t'1 -,
"J..u i'.Qmrh'\ \ltdr'Ql.a: I2&b1tsLt-} :hi' I is. 't be 't" .. ',' : it is impoi taut it: all!! new and growing countries, and I Naples Fn ISIS
O t'rIl .lr' r"I' -a> rr rriav. \- same innnncr; if "< < .- *< 1 sri. hwking! Pt -.iiHa tIyat Jhe
tua pi.-ciaiiy under a Republics ; Government, whifh is b:aed? sudir;ar r..
"adeJfcrL, : huwevcrihaithc, di\o. .u. "..Ull' b> UlIs : Sees 3. lie It turtucr etm icu, 'l__i .: M! ., :ie unlawful fo: the legitimate issue of the parties herercb} divorce I. upon the: ; general intclligcucc and virtue of the con.m.m to Jiw i t-'JCt. I he fate of.Vty! 'He! bravest saw 1 d

any person or persons, to keep a ferry on said Ocilla river, with- Passed February 7th, 1835. provide fur the education of the rising mention; and uher.:as, j the brovt"-u faniiiar to alL "He bj
4n mile above below. unless said be toll and Florida is almost entirely destitute of the necessary iPtajs lor fut 5CO bnitlc tbrFrjnct-.tio-1'nei
one or ferry. free Approved February 14th 1615.CHAP. :j ia
$. MT his or their individual use. 1_ i that purpose, 011 ac-ceuut of the sterility of a considerable: pr.r lr-wd8: -hJt a. :1..t..Ht.'J heinsiaiteii; .I
tion of tire sixteenth which have been rnserved for the yearoflhf ifickegru
was Cmcd
fussed February 7th, 1635. 90?. [No. \ .] Au Act t-> Divorce Elizabeth Uptgrove d4:4
and of m a dungeon, with a bi-ick silk hand
purpose of.cliools, a large portion &f the country ha erd1id
Approved, February 14th, 1835. anJ Green Uptegnue- twbteu nniail IMS i ithrtiii
bcrn granted out to private &individuals the Utiti-li: sad neck, aJIa stick thm
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Guvctzioaiiid Legislative Council uig by the J"'Hlt I
w.rtherbyhaom.or .
of the Territory of Florida, That the marriage contract I Spanish Governuiunts before its transfer to the United Stat-r?, by the haiub of others sei-ufc to be L .

I' heretofore existing between! Elizabeth Uptegrove and Green I without any reservation of school lands; and 'vhtreas also, o. in:: I I : ,;cet expired at Marseilles, unde.ciJcd

CIut. 993. [No. i.xxn.1 An Act to authorise Abraham Smith to establish -' liptcgrd\'C' be, and the same is hereby dssolved and made void, to. the great extnnt and conformation of our Sea Co.ist thcr- 192S-making 13 uf the23 who J3Dttlfili
a Ferry across Bell's river and St. Mary's river. and that after the passage of this act, theparlies hereby divorced I are, end necessarily must be, a great many fractional Townships ,I survive. '

Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of tho shall be sole and unmarried, and cliall be free to contract imtri m this Territory, containing less than nuteeu Sections i Of ihe remaining: lea, Bdnvlotto a Kin;

Territory of Florida That from,and after the passage of this mony and to make all other contracts r hatsoe?
Abraham Smith shall have the right to establish a ferry : however, that the divorce hereby made ihall nql bastardise Resolved, therefore, by the Governor and Legislative! C'oun I I Country meutiou is after mad tne in Stonul work abdication
the before
'mcroQ Bell's river, Nassau county, and St. Mary's rher in said legitimate issue of the parties. cil of tho Territory of Florida That our Delegate in Cong-ess :( deaih of.Voawy a.'idJouriAw,- ns 1J1rI of ft

county at n place now known as Smith's ferry in said county; Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That fom and afte.r the pissnge lie requested to use his e exertions to procure the passage of a .I .'larmont, JIvrtier, Oudiitttor SouR,(and Fie

.and that no |1rt if on shall have the right to establish any ferry 'I of this act the said Elizabeth thai assume and take her law authorising the selection in'such manner as the Governorand i I'/ >everallive their adhesion! to Loaij

"trkbin half a mile of said ferry, for the term of five years, and former name of Elizabeth Parcatus. ) and Legislative Council shall direct other lands in place of.J j t Phii; >;>;>e ia August, 1930, and for aught w

that the rates of ferriage at said ferry shall be established from Passed January 24th, 1835. such ai.tteeth sections a: shall prove to be of little or no value, j i! kio\v are ail swlli\'irl, ir'

time to tiinr by the county court in said county. : '\ Approved January 29tb, 1835. on account of the sterility of tbeir soil, or any other cause; j I

Passed, February 9th, 1835. and also the selection and location of a quantity of lands equalto \r c quote the! 'hllowiiitjudicous remarbI

Approved, February 14th, 1835. I I GHAT. 909. [No. LXXXVU.] An-Act to Divor Mary Ann Child and one thirty sixth of all the lands which may have been granted'I from thi; PhilnJepiia! Gisettet

Hale Child. out as aforesaid by the said British and Spanish Governments I 'Tiicre is nothing" I Iras understivxl tj IJ

Sec. 1. Be enacted bv the Governor. nnd T. ibtivA. .. Pnn..... and of the said fractional Townships and authorising the sale J large |>ortnn 'f the pcoprTthan! the aats:
# -- ----- --- --" --- of what is called the Li!bony of tna PR&,
cil of the of Florida : of said lands and all other lands for the of
Territory That Mary Ann Child and Hale appropriated support Many popple )havean i ita- that became

JLLP. 899. [Na. uxvn.3: An Act to establish a ferry across tbe 9uwannee Child, be, and they are hereby divorced, and the ties and obliga. schools therein, in such manner, and upon such terms ns the press is free, anynvii.. !-J s right to JeaaJ

river.T tions of marriage heretofore existitig between the said parties Governor and Legislative Council shall direct; the proceeds : of the editor: of a ne t'a-- per h ioaertml
t. >. ? .J *.Lnet J aJKlativa Cmnt'il KP.. II.. __ b. thereof to be invested in stocE article
i -- --- r- \f nnH O are rob/ dissolved add annulled, and. that some profitable .and the interest any te my tbiuk proprr amTtimi
fr Jliwr Territory of Florida. That LeT15n orton be, and be is tbe said Mary Ann Child and Hale Child, from the the date of .o be set apart as a fund for the support of common schools ..ns firoand for C\)r''Si'I.ins:: privileges

JftjfcB* >yvo V4VtffOMtll the right and power of establishing a ferry, the passage of this act, shall bo considered sole and unmarried, in' this Territory to be annually apportioned amongst the several an Annrrican citizen alx idedin case ol isfii5r.Ian

4: .aad charged with the
J Q 1 tkOlJfv O rner, about one mile above Hamlin's $torc In divorce granted by this art, shall not bosiardiiu the legitimate: in said counties respectively. dum u: the f'l'C"3 guaranteed by then Conz

'Madison county, and the said Lewis Norton shall continue iu i issue of tho parties hereby divorced. Resolved l further, that a certified copy of the foregoing Pre I : i Il mere rtservation oftbe righti
the enjoyment of said ferry for, and during the term of five Passed be each indivxaL-to write and print at bison
January 20th, 1S35. amble and Resolutions signed by the PresSoent and Chief j b chuee wMrr
expensein a e ,
ayv. y may
years: Provided the said Norton shall so long keep the said fer- Clerk of this House aad be transmitted *
Approved 23J. forthwith tho lion.
January : 1335.CHA to it may be b H>kf rephet! or inWl! ited
Jy in good repair. Joseph :,1. White. | The right: to do this, boweref, conveys 9riiiht
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, ThaI it shall be unlawful for & to compel another person to do tMJf

.y other person or persons, to establish or keep a ferry within ;. 910. [No. I.XXXVIH.] An Act In Divorce Indiana Cordelia T. t. Passed January 27lh 1335. t t him;
a half mile on itber side of said ferry, except it be for his, her, Richards and \Volcott Riclnrds. Approved January 29, 1S35. I ITo caJetJ upon to give circuLation 'to the opb

or their own use, and not for the purpose of gathering or re. Sec. 1. Be it enactcd by the Governor aid Legislative Council t f ions of others he is just as much ntitW Bi

ceinng toll. of the Territory of Florida. That Indiana Cordelia T. -- t the right of refusing, as any win wood!i

See. 3. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of Richards: and 'Volcott Richards, be, and they are hereby declaredto tL) the rigfjt cfref sin lo"speak i ia pciii Vtowouki
what: lDtthebaufd dictate liinr.
eaid Lewis Norton his heirs and be divorced find the lie Senate and House of Represenlatira of the United States f to
assigns, to keep at all times, lies nnd obligations marriajc heretofore : be thought of oce,who shoud! dedt!
; a good and sufficient flat or craft of sufficient size, to cross a wagon -, existing between the snid parties, b?, and the same are The Governor and Legislative Council 0f the Territory of1 that there was no freedom of speech Is t*

and team and that he shall be entitled to receive such toll, hereby dissolved and annulled, and that roc said Indiana Cor- Florida; beg leave respectfully to represent to Congress, That United States, because the trtnd

; &j may b. fixed by the county court of Madison county, and be' delia T. Richards and Wolcott Richard, from the date of the a com &ny entitled the East Florida thai Road Company has not at the corners of the streets,roouatis* t

subject to the order of said court, or any futuie Legislative passage of this act, shall be sole and unnamed, and free to been chartered hy hem at its present session having for its object truin and retail out other peoples sa&;

ffooncil of this Territory. contract marriage and all other contracts the same manncr the establishment of an expeditious and efficient communication Every conductor ofa press has an i imfefe

._ Pasted, January 23d. 1835. as if they never had been married Provided, however, that between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of 3Iexico; be does right to exclude trom altbw h3; colunu jtsAg the I

Approved, January 29th, 1835. the 'divorce granted by this act, shall not bastar tsc the legitimate that from the evidence communicated to them they fully! believe I this may notapproveanJ at times give dlssatisiactioB: Die' 1:

a I issue of the parties hereby divorced. that this company i is prepared :o commence and eotnplete te the I viduab;yet it b evident they have'DO iff Cz

I Bassed January. 14th 1835. work with all convenient despatck. : Provided.. that congress--. --- wilL- ;"- I I7 to comr13in. An editor is a mere 1ttrU d CC

g.ICili I Approved January Hthj 1835. at its present session, make the grant of lands \\bhihcy- cow imel'ectual fixn, auJ in Ills cl!ice of t
,. 903. [No. LUL-AD.Act to divorce Martha Redman from. her solicit. I he niiisl endeavor to serve up such W

I husband Elisha Redman. It is therefore resolved by the Governor and Lcg Utive Ccun- suit the pabtrs of the great bodyvftami C

Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council cil of the Territory of Florida, That the Del lp atf in "n"re, f* not spoil the repast with thing3roo" I

: .' of the Territory of Florida, That the marriage contract Oat 911. [No. txxxix.] An Act to Divorce Josephine Gnmpera be requested to obtain from the congress of \.-' rSIt.i c: \t.- 1
heretofore subsisting between MaithavRedman and Elisha Red. Gagn from her husband Lewis ,
Gainu't. the relinquishment on the part of the Unite tztL. H..c: i _' Nt' DETO5tTO-A hs betJ'Ia'
aan be, and tbe same b hereby dwsolved, and that the said Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor anJ legislative Coun- Florida Rail Road Company, of one section o;' |..ta / H. I a out for a novel description patent of fotf (

Martha Redman be hereby released from all duty to, or connex cil of the Territory of Florida, That losephine Granpera end of the route of their rail road, and also 'he rflwqut: l h t...:J "> rcussion guns. The ni,"f!Je oa wwa''

a. ion with the said ElisBa Redman, byreaon of their said mar Gagnet, be, and she is hereby divorced holE: her husband Lewis ou the part of the congress of the United .ac*, jf tare- : '.u. ?? is phctd at the ruJ af tb--breach .& f

.. riage, heretofore subsisting' as fully and completely as if the Gagnet, awl the bonds of matrimony subsisting between them dred feet in width ol the land throughout thue; which: n#.- % .rrel, and a !lever which lifu by a "f (
had existed. arc hereby declared to be as entirely and absolutely nt enables the to be tb22
same never dissolved w selected for the said rail road to the saida.panv.. Prl.\'t"4., cap put upnhi Jl
: Passed, February 7th, t83S.Appro". if th same had never been solemnised. e, and xvhei theever: w (!. eJ,aIf B J Jt :
that when the route of said rail road shall tc siirveycd: acit J of a'
February 14th 183 Passed February 7th, 1835. --proof; and HiL'e! appears nee ,
,,, termined the shall
_ same prove to be public and or \>h ft'.t.- ).Hhe inside $ a plunger with a

. s _.- Approved February Hlh, 1835 the route of the said road shall puss through he. public laud*. icll on pulling the Digger,,stn1fS '

.4 3- also the right and privilege to obtnin and \, ; a U-!u\H'li .p .ut,. Ttf"'ioUt1w (
.. .a.k; ,' .' .- -._. or otLer.DUlI.'" which maybe surtablo fo: ; tlfr 'ire >h which 'dfd0l <
,f'i" : : a..l'It. 11. T N .AA. Li"DaI'C"aDQTnO.1JUrkP. : : ]
the lands.
public act of ,i jtfd
; : .
r7)) Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Coo RESOLUTIONS. 0
; fJ c
It is further resolved That the ggerbut at aU! times it readers
Delegate .
cil of the Territory of Florida, That Hester Burke form uocijtess, U- Th 'D .
;11'' quested obtain from C as with the rom: otJ lock.
;-:. Hester, Livingston, add Thomas Burke be, and they are hereby 1 1li' Resolved, That the Governor of tbs Territory be, and he land as they in consideration congress such of other rSrruiemj: or DI
7 -: forever Divorced, aad the ties and obligations of matrimony is hereby authorised to appropriate from tho Tallahassee fund object of so much may prom >t4 m J :1 H a.: one, but time must pro T' II
and ,
' f heretofore subsisting between the said Hester and Thomas, are any money be may deem necessary for the defraying the benefit utility, which pron-rs cre dl catw :. effective, and possessed C" 1i 1
expenses '
by pleased
r.? ." hereby dissolved and made void. And the said Hester Burke of locating the permanent seat of Government of this Territory It is further resolved to grant That to this company. } i r UEcient to occasion itt gfleral l* ? i I
the ,
"; and Thomas Burke, shaH from the passage of thiw Act, be on the Suwannee river, and for any other expenses inci- fore-oirs .so o stt'signed _..T c.

: scaddcrcd as, sole and unmarried, and stall be free and of full incident or appertaining to'fully carrying into effect the afore Council by the Governor and the PrcsidcLt o! tt.t i ih !. The cotton crop ofEgTlti1 E
'. said : shall be certified by the Chicf Cl:.k and '.T kJ t. :otn 250,000 to $00,000 bales. I
power to contract marriage, or to enter into any other contractor object. the Delegate ia 4. .

,: to do another thing whatsoever in as full and ample a Resolved, That the Governor be, and hess hereby requested I February congress.Passed 10th, 1835. A luniutsasehasbccac' b11 :

,l.' Epanaer as though no marriage bad ever subsisted between ibem. to make a report to tbe next Legislatve'Qouncil, how, and in 1 .;"Boston out oil block of the vir

\;' See. 2. Be it further enacted, Tht tho name of paid Hester what manner the money arising from the sale of the liberal donation Appioved, February 1 if\ tt _- !'- Com. Hull, the comroanJer ofth 'P 1'I

J Barb hau, from this time be Hester_B. Livingston. of land made by Congress to this Territory has been ex -- > .;tlie battle with the Guerrare. .5

,Paced Jatwfcry lath, 1835. ,pended.Passed. .1

Approved January, 13th, 1835 February 14th,1835... Whereas the and The senate Missrssppi a 00d1: 't
; pay mileage of the raeni: ars ofhe Lpt:4S :ing of twelve members, ba3tth :.

; : J I Approved February- 14th, 1835;. latic Council is insufficient defray their necesir/ expeaces, :I with the house hi the ekcnca tV 1nI .

Be it therefore resolved, by the Governor and 'tegisTativ I Sew Lot- in place of M P 'ir. ,Ie

: Cfttf.. $$. (No. wanm.1 An Act to birorce James Johcsort and Council of the Territory of Florida, That our Delegate in Con- ground house of refusalis membera Cro-p the ia-zdm- r. ;
be .4a I
'. -. Borotha Johcson.'Sec. Whereas the depth'of water on the bar of tha bay of,&pa1a hi-. ed gresa to five requested dollars to use exertions to have the same increas. constitutionally eflt3ed ** ; Tr
1. Be enacted the GoTcraor per day, and five dollars for .
I by and Legislative CounU cola b insufficient fore entrance of vessels.f the larger class: miles travelled. every Ureniy to seats in the present'Jcg- '
of the Territory ef Florida, That James Johnson and'Dorob And whereas, the greatftnd increasing commeice dependent suit of this couseoaiheptrtc.

.J'II -. ,''.the/aro hereby declared to be Divorced on theApaacWcoljviyeren1-jttyjbutarje i :requires 'an outlet up. Resolved unanimously, That a copy of the foregoing reso will be, il h said to Jeattk .. --- '.j
iid &a t&d ebltgaiioog of marriage heretofore existing suited .the'-exteat of that lotion be forwarded forthwith to the Uoa. Joseph M Whe.ApJoyt4foIieuaq14& but'one States'seatl j "
commerce, which.aight: .easily be_obtained ** ..
1iet. saii parties be* and Aa same are hereby dissolved and by a canal connecting tho waters cf {ako_ vVimico with Passed regular meeting otherlegisiH ** : d.i

\l1W.. Iai the sed Jarne JohqloQ&Dd ..tfea JolwoaK the Bay of Su-Jostph't: :Aad whereas, the: laid caoal. would February 1835. &,II 1835, -. ry 183 ..:..[Chariestaa Coonr- .r-,,,>'>' ..' ...i.t

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d, ELORWDN : e d 1 the11 irieEIs libtJIe st.B&r dfrect T 7flfr7 ( with other ettixcnsT ., :

* Antwet4 se.&, ti'ppot .a' etii S. Second Seion- TMr, Porter opposed the motion-the 'effect of lat X L
: '
a ; :tRAzItR : pJ wilibe eent-to th ttiae. IN SF'NA'i'EFjj. QsI ? Bg tbe- bill em the table would: be tfiat ir wotdd not r-

_._ .4. On motion- S of Mr. Waggaman boagted oa in her Hoosa Ibis sessbo and tbe. object 8 f
-- eha -T
* MARCH 14. wuvuj 1bSCUt5jWO.
cdngreat sen. wonld bo defemted it was of importance to the wbol&
fatten ceeded
to consider
*s'he toie Of the j'residt commiltee "the whole, .Union; -and the I.yi4edthatll Boa eIeet d byAdcdMieui&
ta -'dm Paris Message the bill to establish branches of particularly western country. ,. shall be tvwardcd
the by the Xud.
fc f rated States oft1e
rrjvhite, wstJackOD understand, expected to i* The Mint. $r. Clajrsaid if we mutt go on and ducusa the bill Coatty Court
T the Tiwurtr
*LI Court which will be in sessiou t<. ft price of French goods is litprovitig daily, 1 let as go at it. 'the annual expenses'of-Usesestabbhments an to An tiw,Terriiofy. Mr. _
i a tt }krene Billi rt bought on pcilatjon \V aggaman, in explanation obe- objects most be near half a million of dollars, and ljjn ed year 'mnien.nth&ht *

; i have not-yet rtceived a copy QIir. L-s 5On 3 i..3 at of the bill, said that when the Mint t w first es the same in perpetuity, for it was fully to suppose if nidertth o(3aa7 tr.nsit to he Treasortr
r siksa
looking over the proceeding of> 4 -T.K.W TOH IT IQ tablished, branches of the institution w< fecontetnplated. once established, that they would ever be discontinued. before: soroJodie, a copy ef B
I Feb. .
t. we fiod the following appropriatian forbeoet j Thc -.ribesus arrive4cnifi* p : /v*<*row Liver-/ The importations of gold and *&er bul tha Hewajnted to look into this question, and see what tlnw ca and efcct7uwdbthe place, and! fbrwhonttB'fame amount and valinadc at what.

g1'ei There be >noi and brought lion into New Orleaw, S nowr three til -Vba great probable importations of specie may reasonably No\r allAuaioneeriarc *
5 other tiie
us ,
Flonda. i French
of may t cC ba expected to be. The late reqwed'i take notice of c
as it importations we known
observation but i "rnmenthsd offerd iluloffuitoli his u in any other port of the U. S.fjetffe daily to be and said Uwf and conform it, or suits upon their Bonds :
cnoui hive
escaped our pass very extraordinary, to arisen tram
; uncommon
ftt bare tt and accumulating. In the Globe of must be inzutued.
r ttatin cou aqucticcvli causes. begged
"B to show that our delegate has notbccn ,J-] j L- 2&th: J3n&ar1. statement that on the 20th of .TanuarYfrtt there driven into this question-he was not informed might not on the re
Il"ttentire w the interests of his constitue-.i tavin.T niysdt nr s.cl n> Jetteur :ora was in two vessels, an importation of Cowards of subject, and could not consent to let it go on. He and easion.approved, the Bondi Auctioflecrs u their'pos*

u. Ml appropriating fin*en thousand f nhe -1-i $!; t! is fvwvey-UM.. J OM d! my half a million into the port of New Oi a, from therefore re-moved the motion 10 lay the bill on the CHARLES AUSTIN,
afssary to'ii 131 tf] Treasurer of
fl< which it is obviously table. [ tho Terrilorytof FJoricfs,
Pensacola has ,,,i -qt..tyo:4, ts frt-r necessary to esiah'ish a
Augustine to p j : ho'joe, t > 9 end all
30SI rtj GOBI St. 3i:;id tfoerii branch of the MinUherir. to do be Mr WA2aman rcrmested that the motion mL>ht he Negroes private Sate.
This >>-' > vws; ,jur in<-<,' ; cr Co,; show away expense
Representatives-' appr ii? .jsanv; withdrawn
of and risk
House } wish tn t:1' of transportation of the b&ion to Uic a moment. er twelve
ibe : French l3, f prime NEGROES will-be offered- ;
small river and mike < nreftrnt. Mint Mr. Clay, i withdraw the motion. Let the TEN -
at debate
mil I bridge every i ;( l.i ftIm4rtet l, t'.1 recediJ of what it Philadelphia, which amountef.to nolesa on. private sale in TaDaaassee, the .echoed
through the Apalachicola! ajvan/ ..4k than two and a half per rent. Butt moreimpressive go wteek in April, warranted sound and of excellent 5
Pf11ttoaJ ; hr. Mr. W.
t.keJ prov m Import: 1n-fc Sales continued. The expense of these establishments
ihoJ'and dollars has been appropriateJiinproveinent -k 4er argument, he said, was, thru it would would not coat more than from $30,000 to 332OK partoC them a family consisting r cbC.
,- of whom
lave the effect of are very thriving healthy chiWretivfroia
of the navigation of Ch ,, [ lv1tPOol: _. Jan. 17. of adding to the circuli'ing- medium ) n year at New Orleans, and $15,000 at each of fifteen to two of
the years wilIbo'eredtw&tJijr
..( -S country sotneHwo and half three mil the oiher age, ton
a or two places the south. The mint he
r. Markrl 1' ... hrn said credit
; : n a v< inactive tf waatet',
r. .. rj ions of dollars. The effects of this vpuld be felt had paid nearly all its expanses out of the half a prime negro man, & fid&hand,
6"P & ; % per. an elderly
; ) im- negro man, a hand and
has been made for ; ; Mvavy throughout the whole cent retained .woman of
An aprrnpTiatlofl ths con- 5 ej; itihr u> l>: anxious West. We, iIie l Sonth upon coinige. He hoped the honorable about!30, a good cook, seamstress, andeicc1Iena'6r
F01d from ilie head of } we.st1 labor under difiiculCWor waatof me! ber would not make any objection to the bill. and
f flCW e-c. very great ironer.. -' _
a ft .
I I lb. ,
njCtifl rt a .s. ., L sub-
per en On
of Mr. Calhnun
the bill laid
? If' a specie currency. The sals hj he was on the Apply
i great toMr.WcIlfordorM.Mc3fu1flri
\ and Webbville in Ji. ArT' >
Campbelton : I
c1 table -
in deri7)tous. and the amendments
gar t ic lands have caused a constant flo\W ?& >ecie to were ordered to be printed. particular
to accommodate all the-upper w' flair.'; llVC beei* c. i on rather the Atlantic J< March -
States 14
0'IT IocUnt.v :. r -and we have r! Sin everj .30-4 fJ.
JR Uut Maraahair* fully nwntain their I Pr.na the Charleston "'
? 4 t- in the Union, batches of BanK jvhich are [ LVI tii's -d
:a 1 Tun PROSPECT: -i .s TR 1 XJT1CE.
I S S STILL MOKE PAcIFIc-The intelligence _
-. ;fl'le qt 4 S deluging the conntry with a currencywhicli| is ut- -5-4.x .btv
lr. m France which this e; pr4inion will -
Ai-t we :
: -sn "' publish morning, n L. to
:u n
.. jW: het LO
will be productive of the most rtiHiotrs effects in differences with that country. The speech of the L.Ala. t' fe *?4J the Re tl Eftata of aipcl
: ., l d.ared for sale the rise of French Minisier Finance .'y, ive 3id'.otinty&leet1. ..
4) property, which it will oduce. As on preseHtiflg the la vof -
1 t, : i, j' SijS ; U( regards the branches in the southern country, the ;.ndemnity to the Chambeis, carries xith it the ap- J aF.coLr1A -

it .* i -. L'.ftFJan.. 17.ending necessity of them must be obvious to) every gen pearance ot perfect good faith; and we are loth to --5 It_S7.6W- 4

4r.'I- ii,. ;It'L: last tleman. In a few the nines m that doubt a successful Issue It seems too thai Mr Liv .. AD1ltATug'SoTAUi ,-"-
: r years
:- $ which 5,100 ingston has not retired from his post, and that even I 'l-er. xt '(. the Cotwny Cft rtfor thc
region will yield at least two millions! and! the risk
S .. ] the recall of M. S L'w: of
rruricr be Lcor
: made
4 ?; -; I 1 1' French paaVhingion f may to wear inty "v0 shaHpreaciK ouf accneue
> bul-
such imtncsi
transporting .
an e amountof aspect rather friendly than hoie! to this -hOti \r- .a.s aj ftim-nisinf(
., HMii f tt(1'4tikth4tI .. ist l ion countrWe on U* estate of \Va,
1' I kit the..ime a taw for to Plit1adilpib, wilt present arc gad to perceive that the',French adminfstraiion -, IaIld4 a.. hrsekkmcit. '
p.ip mountable bajrier to sending it there for have not been of -
the inumsisteff
; :. coinage. guilty x i JNO4Cf1ALt,
,. S t ; Ciuc$ al idiately sub- Mr. W. declined saying any tiling more, until he with which from the previous inlelltcenre, *r it* -j t. ,

117 Hc brnit'tc- !mt .ti; to ti. rA--,4. C- heard some objections to tIe; bill, tvlnch he would ed them chargeable, that actiiKj definitively up T t d'' l(
L, Jan. 17. a mere recommendation of onr Chief Magistrate j
if there iould be
c"L to answer, anvoffered. r .th to thg hnouritEc
S L : V )t.T Tlte ofcoUoafn the 9th inst. .5 while denying the obligation! of solemn
I I ai.rs m a trc'i y < ;,), t r.fte r Lct"n uf' Mninjstrttio
S r :- '. I t vcr I67t 'nr? oi7hi {L v ire American, Mr. then offered made by their E -cuiive If the indemnity begr '-.- '-m aIt '5 L-.tvufWi&m Ktncz.rd Utaof
Tallmadge an amendment .aideouty
I to ted the C'haml'crt! .tioual !
,tr t tn and HK''jti.g J' 'H) i *Ken ilation. The the first section providing for the establishment by tac provi clause against -d US-v. SI\1ON..
A '
e I Ie .4-- I i thtrir hostile measures Ly mir government; will throw .1-j ;r -
.'jteitfcv: thp-rt 'ilGD bales, of( of a branch at .New Yrk.Mi. obstacle m the way'of; a compete! restoration oT'iuiicKiy : i-3 -5Mq -
! ?
vLth 2 vrcr *.rtrt -can. 'J sales for the T. sii l that if the A)1NL'i .' SALE, OS
:iitct; < system branches was for ia ihcpi fcnt posture of arlairs we i OR'S
adid :. lr f% ;v eary .vert 1 L>' ** bales of which to be adopted, the large amount of specie imported well assured that CeDgre;*will tate? no step offen- IS is'- *' Ai1.JL..rltj 'JI4f'I'L'.- '

S *4IO .tCtctiCn. .i --tj 500 on spec into New York which to France All we asc! and alt we want .
was the rcat radiating justice: ) i bs ., J Bj Fu to etn'a4 :ltV
'-- :' s 4 tri t4littt5 point for the internal! if the we would prefer O'itQur.g it pcaciblythan othe. *
conimeice country, V btuttcr, before myr store tn Tollaha3sf( t.. Sd- -
vei.i i I 8*> tea 4rjri M. 21ilOO i 9l; -t.--elatl4 to 22oIeansat made it proper that there shoul be a branch Al'hough v.e hiv i-ever appro cxf of the specific turday the 25th ofA pril next between nb- usual hours,

Ti* /* .J..1-* &'' *'-'-. l.i *Ct < : 1t,.__ 83 toi remedy of reprisals against Frane< n we are by no the fakWLTI! KGEO SLAVES bclongi to the

ad : -- -- lJiV'r' sfe .- .,' st. ,!.; ii 8i to 9- 7-8; there.Mr.. Waggaman could not arojyl tlurnmcnd- means si'r-i that the lone of the President's Message estate ot HenryMahburn, late of GadsJeii.iwity,

1t. ," Lr.s T I 1 fr I nvptian at 15 toiu ment, because he did not think a branch of the adopted ejagacious ra Mir.ivei coraplinnfc: and tn'lh saesaavuisMr.the su qestipn of so sa- deceased a Ncrn Woman called Esther tfjth,l>er. -

ttI L'1(4 :17. r-- v ? .,'. ; VOO E. India at Mint New York. It has Livmcjs- three Children, ,Elasa fine boy obont-12' VtfArs ofac
.L. necessary at was within six t n, no'given a stiir.nlous to the raovenfints "of "
STbce lead S ino; the error, by cbsennag S :n 7 s hours of the facile transportation Philadelphia, France in this nvite?, which wa? much needed.! Maicb a boy about 6 years, and Billy
idtH : was The import of the week has been 60,695 bales jo __ year. Tcfnii of Sole-One-third cash, th. baan iti -:
cf t'na State and certainly ii was not immediaUy -
the vote ffl one brunch of the Legislature : which necessary. 12 months, with eiglu per c. nt. iatertuiiappciwed .
o 47191 American Cottons. With this
idle GOT.Davis has raUequently been ekc.eJ.Vekivecoraplcted arc Mr Calhoun hoped the gcntlenan! from New MARINELIST. parsonal security with mortgage on the Ngroea-the
l iarge import the market has been and the
heavy, York would not press hw amemjnent. At pre purchaser paying for all necessary paperu Sold by

\ the publiralion of tin; Laws de/nuii'i very moderate. Cotton has been offered sent a branch at New York wal not necessar! order of John Carnochan, Administrator.7th .

y freely, and prices inferior and middling kinds of Hereafter PORT OF Mtrdi.1835. f30td R. J. HACKLET. S
er md Joaruak,loth in the Florulian and in pamphlet he proposed to cxtcnl the system by ST.MAKKS.AAK1VED | --
American arc l-4d per lb. nver than the previous establishing branches at New Yck, Boston, Baltimore -
advi subscribers to BookBinding.
aad again c our preserve
forms, week, while the better quality mantain their value ,
tie cumbers of our paper contaiaming them, as they and Charleston, the great mporting points Marci 2-5, Scl.r. Wasainglon, Swam, aborted c.\rg- J O. BALDWDC respectfullyinformshistren&

an of reference in tlw Courts of the country. But nt present hi taped the gentleman frtni r"r-w Orkass. and the public in general that no has re-corn'

vflsn wcr ilLMr. J'l, Brig AtUaus; C'jrtitoni Analachacola, to mcnced Book Biurfin in this city in. the store Doflf

the no] tad tlie l oo can tic bound and distributed.Guv. friends of the late Lieutenant Chandler, whose death Benton rose to say a singli word. He belonged C. P. Ducr & C" occupied Ly Jame? S. Lynn Esq. All orders for bind,

by drcvvning, in the bay, has l een a subject of such to the committee which .ported thfa bill. 3d, Schr. Deltn, Flitr.cr, from New York, sundiies in; will be executed with neataess and despatch. Oft

# Enu.n at d Udy, left this! place lat Thursday. just: and general regret, to learn thai his body has He had looked over it with aninxious and to G. Lnnnian anI ntfcis.9Ui boi'ks re-bound to any pauern required. 5
ttuifil- .S-1rs Et.n has goTe :o Peu acola on htrray to been found and respectfully interred. On Wednesday -: found that it entered into his vicvs of restoring a Packet, Gre-y, from Xew York, suiidtics to R. Tallahassee, March 7th30tf. -
of last week it was discovered by Capt. James and others.
TcnnesneThe povei ner will be abrxnt a low days Lyon '
Leary, of the Lighter schooner Shell Castle between metalic currency to the conntry.He was in favor Union Bank of Florida.
we 10th, B Iow, a mornrnJitc! Rrlg; supposed to be ,
ro; a risim Apalachicola Dog river and Deer river, in the bay. It was taken of establishing branches of tin mint wherever the Sommerset from Charleston, S. C. a meeting of the Board of 'Direct r of the

up and carried to Fowl River, where with the aid of they were necessary, and he vaa'also ready to CLEARED AT Union Bank of Florida, held at theirBank-

-is NEW YORK Fob. 28.COTTON' General Everett's men, it was lakl decently m the r appropriate money out of the Teasury to give a Mnrch 10th Bri Rose Holmes, for Pensacoln. ing House in the City of Tallahassee, on Ute I6dt -

.-The safes of the week extend to earth. The intelligence was brought to this office hard money currency to the peoole of the United Schr. HellespentfLcwis, for New York, 278 bales February, 1635, the following Resolution was adop
i it yesterday, by Captain Leary. The watch and other States. In France which emlracca Cotton. ted:- -
stout 2500 bales! winch 1230 were Upland, at a territory -
IjJ.lolTi! ; 500 New Orleans at 16i to IS}; 450 property in which the were about of the person of the deceased greatly less than that of the Unted States, there Schr. Spy, Pope, for Charleston i?. C. 330 bales Rctolsd, That each and every Stock-holder in the

ire are possession Captain Learly. ten branches of the mint Mexico Cotton. Union Bank offbrida be, and he is hereby, onsti-
FlorUa at 16 to 17$, and Q00 Mobile at 17 to 19i Com Eeg. are an! in there -

ts.be tea!?. TcInst ad vices from En ta nd and France From Ihe diailtston Cwricr.FRANCE. exists seven. In the United States, from the- S CARD.-rat ----- tuted for the and appoinferl oTearrying an accredited ino; efiect agent( be of saioBanJU
haw had the effect to uneelile our market, and Tbe intelligence from'thh country is of peculiar configuration of the coantry, it might'not HARRISON tenders h: of the 33d Sec. of its Charter, nrhieh.Sectioaisi provislop$ .

cncraHy i1otJci are rnwilling to name the lower the most important character, and calculated to shake be necessary to have more than six or seven, but DR. the citizens of s grateful acknowl- these word, to wit:-*
forvard with our hopes of the preservation of This news it is of importance to the WeslAhat there should to Talhhasse and viciriiir Sec. 33.
beis jTicesznl purchasers to ci me offers peace. for the liberal ronajre has received I Be it further enacted, That in all in*
at the present prices.-Since the accounts were is continued in our aahington letter, and consistsprincipaly be one at New Orleans. Oz < Ihe Atlantic, there I He speaks with very confidence pa ih his stances in which slaves shall be mortgaged iu virtue ,
the recall of M. Scrriuier EVcnch
received very little has been done, part of which u> and the offer of*his may be necessity for rnore. He was therefore generally Minister Washington
re vas 3t a redWuon from previous rates.7rn Mr. Minister at Paris pass: ready to vote as muchmoneyaffwqsnecessary[ cases ihould! fail.no charge will be made for with the mortgager, any law to the coatrarjrnotfljithstandin
Livingston our by
to ,
ports and the detention of for this purpose. At a future day, he would be repairing. Dr II. considers himself exempt from: until by the covenant or covenan-
the Fjreiich king probable ourships
itu 'if.V. F. Courier and Enmiirfr of StiturScy. (n the ports; of France, and blockade of ourFleet willing to vote for a branch at -New York, but at the objcctio.is which are to be alleged against itinerant contained in said mortgagf it shall be lawful fur the-
of said Bank! to seiz" the And if at time
dentists he will same. any ;
thramendment as most spend the
LATE ARRIVAL FROM FftVNCii. in the Mediteranean. present proposed was only loading remainder
wit The Fr.ncb of bri D the from the letter down the bill. In No. of his winters in Florida. President of said Bank, or any accredited Agcat ,
man wav: ; Le < ssas. C.%j>t. Du- The following is extract cf our 44 of the Fo\lcralhtJ\Ir. shall make
thereof oath before .
erjtt. eneLof 50 and 1 00 nn-ix cd last ni.t from alluded to above- Madison into : Tallahassee March 11 1815. 31 tf any J-idge'01 UwCoimty
guns own, Washington corriespondent, enters an expos lion of the coining C' urt, or Justice of the Peace, that he verily -
Brat. She s.uled on the 20ih Jan. Ai one oMck "But the most intere'stiong occurrence of ths day, power, and states, tJiatas maiwtocalr.iintsimay [ BUILDING MATERIALS. believes that the said mortgager intends removing

DO this,monr.n;ou; flfWS cliooncr arrived in i t wn, havMJ is the arrival of an express from New York through I necessary to the wants of tie country may be I A GOOD asv.r'ment on i-tni-ako! Carpenter's or is about to remove, or has commenced to remove

for onbaird an officer of the trijf with di snatches; in 1 i hours, bringing the important intelligence as I Iur.dcrsiand established. Belore the confeleraiiou! cacli State: JiSL and Mectunick's Toots! of .,ll. kinds, cither on I the said slave, or slaves, beyond:: th reach of the,

risto *lichhs delivered! to the Frstich consul. \Vocre thai'.ho French government liad offerdMr. had the of mini but the: hand, to:able tor-ilk ft from him in forma1 ion of impor.tanrc Lcvingston his and bringing also ordeis power coining at iBo.vn ;
iJ. any passports has been terms by GE J ilG E LAN'MAN. with the Bank, it shall and may be lawlul for said
; leh"4.iRo paj-c.-s, 14fl4t he says the Chamber recalling Mr. &nrner from Washington. It is said I power surrendered, and as there is not March 14, f3ltf1 Judge or Justice to tssue an Attachment against soch

beat b4 not pas.cd the appropriation bill. Oitl'-i for the 1'iat our ships of war in the French ports will be dc. the facility in the Atlantic Sates to diffuse coin -- 1fi25.To slave or slaves, directed to any Marshal, command.

bi?to Ittjiare to nail \vtre transmitted by i.legiaphf'oi tuned until it haa been ascertained that no response through the West, it becomesthe more necessary;; Mechanic lug him to seize and take such slave or slaves, an&

!Pf ris,aixl shv sailed instantly on the armalnitlitia'SicapTfram has been made by Congress to the President's suggestion a single mint in Thiladelphia partakes in a great: A PLI.tNTE in Jeffers-m county wishes to build I make return thereof to the next Court having competent

: Paris nith tl.e despatches IL may concerning icj risnls, while another rumoi is that measure, of the character of a local institution. .L a Saw Mijl by contract. 1'or :iuther particulars jurisdiction, in the same way as is provide

ire btthattbc Brig is sent out to carry SJ. Rerraic.home.. oar Mediterranean squadron had got into Gibralter When Mr. HiUhouse W.TS a iiember of she Senate apply to Mr. R'iddock the Ciy: LJctcI. by the general-law of Attachment : Provided, more '

die bay. There is a bad feeling emons; the French navy many years ago, he actually! introduced a resolution M-r'-h14._ |l1l'fI _ _ over, that in any case of mortgages on a slave ot :

uld CONG RE-S. officers, towards the officcte of our navy, as I learn I for the purpose of anVishingf! ihe mint at Merchant Tailor slaves! ,by virtue of this act, the increase of sach slave -'
rt'* The foiloving intere>tii g information 'i<; given by from gentlemen who have recently come from France or slaves shall be subject to ihs same lien, created by
Philadelphia it Buthappily ,
viewing as a .ocal Three doors north the Pla'iti Hotel.JS. .
31t Wfchiugtou Corrcspi ndent of the Charleston I and they will be very glad of a a'prclext to give vent said mortgage. '.
Cooriu. r the resolution did not Mr. B. said B1RGK, rcsjiecutilly .afunn-j ihc.pulilic that -
Los to .!m feeling. As soon AS th express arrived, the pass. March 7ih 30-20w.
!at "WASHINGTON, Fe! Cl. Pi'evident got into his carriage and drove to the Capital he apprehended it was a right of the people-of thp ho has jus: received a ntral sii' ly of goods -

'lathe Senate to dav there was a little debate on to take counsel with some of his confidential friends South and West to have braichcsof the mint, ami suitable to every branch of his { rofciCi'ni, consisting EDWARD CHANDLER

subject France, but v was jneuely mriilental, and a considerable sensation was produced when Mr. he deemed ic necessary in trder to prevent the in part of Blue, UUc! Mixed, d'ucn, I'-.visi'oleGrecri, ATTORNEY AT LAW. -

1ietand cautious. The Administration Members F'Jrsyih came into the senate chamber and made the notes of the local Banks lion becoming the cur Drake neck Green, and Urov\ ll.o..idotli?, striped : OiSce at residence. -
Lavender and Tea col-mre'l dirimcrcs Vest- a -
weired themselves ready forwar Mr. Websteritmed fact known. There has been a conference since that, rency of the Federal Govcrirneut. In "'39 Con Drabs 4-c. Tallahassee March 7 1835. 30tf '
ins AH of which will be rnutiu to order. Ladies
to incline to ihe view. Mr. Calhoun of ,
same between some of the officers and the airman passed a revenue lav in which they ex J- -
gress dresses and cloaks made the fashionable
precited war as the worst wil that could befall I and riding m most NOTICE. T
: military committee of the senate ; some persons pressly required that the revenw should be received
country| and expressed u hnpe that by a modera'e expected that a message would be sent to the two style.In the next county court of Leon county, I thatl'exhibita '
and out in and alvcr and AT
paid gold
ai only, hopedto jTTCsenting himself to the public he simply slates
foiteanng cour ; it mignt yet be avoidetl The houses before the adjournment. As that, however, settlement of all my accounts as ..ad
the lime when the Government would be that nowoik shall leuvc his without the entire
ele -j caused by a motion to print will be shop in is tra tor of the of KLUS 5
some memo xlid not take place, I presume there some comniunication in estate SrArroBD deceased,
* ?*a from Massachusetts recommending a non invact. on the subject to.morrow. Certainly restored to as good a con'litbu as it .was at that satisfaction of the owner, and warrants his cutting and pray to be discharged front said administration -

Tc4rt3iQn The bill to esiab' i branches of the things have worn all the afternoon, a vcrry warlike time. He would certainly vole lor branches equal to Philadelphia or New York. He will use RICHARD Wt STAEFORD;

'iiaNev Orleans Georgia anti Sotnh Carolma,p appearance. It i is true ihe bill has not yet been acted I wherever they were necessarj. every endeavor la please every one that patronises Tallahassee Feb. 28. 29tf adm'rof Elb Stafforddecdr

tt- 'sordered ip be engro.-d in the Senate; and Mr. on m the chamber of Deputies, to far. as we have Mr. Tain-adge remarked thal as honorable gentlemen him, an-1 as he is a permanent resident Tallaha&! : -

for] (i'.hjti's bill was passed l by a 'retc t f thirty to ten. heard, bat it i is said that it was to be presented immediately had intimated their intention to carry out the ser-, identified solely with hs interest, he asks the support NOTICE.

31 end that a prompt rejection of it would fol1rt system of brandies at another time, he would with of the people. ALL persona, indebted to the estate of HjttT ,

the Cd., A
igcip : 4 4. : to t'.zokc himself popular at home Senate then proccctlcdon motion of Mr. 'o7'ag. ORDER. ment, and those having demands will present them as

Ct.Au :.; fill the blanks left in the bill f.l the law dii ects to, A- B. 8HEBEE.
1Ilm1J1tMtzie&a S "' a.:1' lfl the bill, wiihifni hope that it may bei gaman, to out as TALLAHASSEE, \ Feb. 28th 1835. 29-Str

va- ., -I. toiHjitrjt ,' b-- t U t ,r.-. i h v rejected, in consequence of the tone adopted I lows:- MARCH 14th, 1835. \
( 4 4. C niied States. The question is *hat wil 1 For the annual salary of tic superintendent of the r OHN II. EATON, Governor and Comraander- 5 Union Bank, of Florida. .5-

P .5.--- 4 dol Many of the members are for passing mint at New Orleans, 33,000 Florida
iD '; inChicfofthc1iliaof the Territory of who subscribed to, the Capital1 Slock f
S a prohibit the importation of French goods, To the treasurer, 2,000 has constituted and apooin u 'b- folio*,mjr Exec- PARTIES: oa the iid Jannry atire b rta ;.

eiI jfl L .q4cci1 nt er\' t : I) .6 step which Is likely to make France feel in To the chief coiner, 2,000 utive Staff:- by requnited (
I,, L h4 J2 : 1" L t and thus to tell her that we will trade no To the assayer and refiner,wicfc, 2,000 TMO I BROWK, to be Adjutant General; B4.s and Mortj.z oo or before. the 1-st diy of .

'Je : '-4- 1 1"ith her until she baa paid b.crdebts, and To the two clerks, each, 1700Twenty ? Hrsftir WABUINGTOK Q.uirter-Mj rc cneriljHccroa April next By apnlteation 'to the Cutiiif of the

: kI .t it tpvoiuoH 4. J**l imnestlv. Others are for subordinate workmen were also authorized W. BRADEU, ofLoofl; "J tanktii la will be fqrnisbed with' bUak Bond*,

HI Lae ofou tn : t' -i' beJiereut attitude, and among more -as SS..5 -i>l.ni/fH at .PtTLAV. GACTIKR ,Jacktou ( AiJstleEOTS. uzil and will be aide In 'them. :
00 1 ie.4 squ44 s !. The foreign commit- Other blan KS were Sued &?f0u(v : jr. ; 5 .. prenarta?
Mr. Adams. '
dee4\V rseen, is : HAWtiNSUiTfttlLtlr-- / t Prc dfflOfcOPFLORIDA.
'itti it we : S I nnd now wait For the branches in Nodi Carolina and Georgia, -'
probably <
ttre tj I' ,l report to day, may GKO. E. CHASE,of Escarabia. noj
run T .ox, sarilv! in- Whatever trans the superintendants, each, >2,000 -
t : T communication. may And it is hereby required ant oicKjtil; that all Militia CETRAIANK
TolTed j (*r i.. H ;u'. au"j: --d bv thti. .i v-l-'irrow shall endeavor to give you a faithful The chief coiners, each, 1,500 Officers of the Territory respect an4 J obey l&emas TdbanFe7bi3& .* >5ai
French l refiners
rockers each |
$ ; .'N*. ;iji' c..trsc' i isv rn6le :; by the nut mail. The assayers, 1,500 such. -
.btittyeaj.4 I rcp..t\M Two clerks each flF4ctibersbt thk.iastitnUon iicreb-
1,000fiered Connnanofc1r..CcC. aye
k vki .fourown ( Bv order.cf tho Governor, and T
J.i.brn -
Five subordinate worktr and servants to be :allow notified that an mstalment of Two Deltas*
b LE '4.1 ::1ri atI if freic ,< Canter Pigeons.-Ovu* in his meta THO'S. BROWN. oaeaca'siarenasfteen
oftie .t, jiIi' of cd at each braeh. xaBed fdj by the Qoard d .
Zkbot t., rLh into wnr, 1IZ' Janvyl no.L; 4 assures us that Taurostbens, by a car Mr. Kin, of Alabama, an amendment requiring [31 I\T] Adjutant Cen.ofihe Bcilitiaof Florida. Drreciors.'and that the same will be dtne ani vayaI-

tUfWr. Ureuext) fium IT ; 't"r r- .n which he had stained purple, gave noavinff the appointment of he oHirers to me made as the Banking-House TaHahaxsea oa tb nrst day

tlope io Izcr n15 tutaui>ic.ou3 influence *.'fn 4 Sce been victorious at the Olympics soon as the necessary build gs shall be erected. ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, o* May next. .i. 'IIeb. L.A THOMPSONi
5B Sr2te's .. 'same to J.ls father who resided at bill considera- Tallabassech March 14, 1835. 28. 9-tdp.L '
s. 3 .ui.i t1- ; nay Mr. Clay said thu w a aieAvurQ of :
: mafl&omr r -
It is the of the General tt
that wonder-searching duty Adjutant. to report -
; Uii n Pliny too, and he l t sufficient iaf.rr.-.J.tioii 5
iv ? >1"1 1>S yeik.d.y r 0 P3Ir$ 'rttt .i1osopiea1 ervation snd scrutiny notn- importance, tp the War Department, the number of e2'ecdve Militia u--- NOTICE -

; tffl K. r kusn ol' wdi5gencrcceivf d tit.e zL1 tObftVC esc1d. informs us that during on the subject to enable hi 'e form did an opinion know upon he- within this Territory, to the end that the quota,, of DCjveeks after date IflapathO1udgot
its not
u<3u OU! Waahlmfiwi Lbne
? 'tot to
frr; % U. KTeitgraph, a| employed by Bratus to keep up a correspondeacc ther the mint was orw utbe thought while we ,which cannot be donp until the effective strength of the h'tbe- Estate of Wm.- J. ManUin deed. .. '
of the country.
coinage J *
) militia ia made known. It ordered and directed JOHND.SEtTALL.f .
ttr.t / -
cujunuv I I. letter viih the besieged. and extent of executive -
t the
*Ic.h w 4CU .litcly furm }hd. Wlicn the city of Ptolenmias, in Syria, was invaded were discussing we.oughi cUnge to1 cautious how we passed therefore, that the Militia Officers throoghout Territory --Mtrianmi,Jackson County, Feb.2J f28 29-6w.l

the French and Venetians and on the point patronage, as early as practible,make out and $rward a
17th Jun. iSc j. laws to increase it. But e wanted to examine the .

:Zbeecow1t$ from FTDDCC, ic4urrec are uiw of fclLug, the soldiers observed a pigeon bearer flying of over des- subject--be knew nothinbe bout it jit was new, and roster condensed to Brigadier and submitted Geaeral Call to the of Adjutant Tallahassee General be, T UEStockhoIdersinthUthonBaukof' Florida,.
Which tb rightly conjectured was a nor did hi -know &ny in Leon
111b thatthKibgie aboutto re made bad not reflected upon thai this information so important to the residing county, are requested to call
A tremendous shout was iwtaaUr J tell would attend it He necessary ,
ces. tbejClerkof Leon Court
tte fm tbe TalLiseAnd
thing about expense on County ,- at -
*e Ame Wahingtou, aud has alp.1: s the whole army, which so frightened the little Under i fly- therefore, moved jto lay I ii bill on the table, and have Territory. of Florida,may be sent the War Depart leave the amount of Assessor's fees. : - -
Abu& at 14s.Courl that it fell to the ground near by. inted. Mr. C. however ment.By Tallahassee THE
I ng pOSt, it and the amendments Februay 28. 8Stf APPRAISERS,
order of Commandcr-in-Chiefc
Sol. the. Governor and
Ibegianted when I.Ot was the following note from tL6 of .
LWJRPOOL requested.' one of it' wings withdrew the metioaat etequest soaoe gentle- : THO'S. BROWN. Land for Sale

.1 ) l7UaJan l835.Se "I will be with you in three days, with an army men.Mr.Calboun' tIUJit C bfllvrbuldbe eateading -131.4w1_ Adjutant Geo. Florida Militia" I will!sell on fa'rorableterma two tneUofLAXiv

srrIyed lUtwflT be sufficient to raise the siege." Another of the pu t to tho .gentleman from ; NOTICE. one in this county; and one other in Qadsdeo,oaAppahchjarta
yesterday expense
St. are ng lnoludtcl. from America;, which te following is a copy, was substituted,'.and Kentucky, WMVM a- all CJUwn*ougnfc iMA MJ uv shall apply at the same time advertised by Capt. river--4otli tracts w'mortgaged. lfe>
: The **** ** teoI p4LCed to go on. "The gamsoa most Saeed on fioting-ib tere noir. incumng aloes I S H. F. Sumhons, for letters of administration, on theUnioauk5bnto1oantkensUbsm J %

rtinu to purchase freely. Should their for tne Sultan has such,other of more than the,whole wntt 'of these branche the estate of the late WILLIAM ujuuftD, dee'd as I t Tb.J.BACZIalW.Feb :--

toake 0A17 th& Conaurnpt1on W *nirapre; ; thai itis to rentle zs* th peoiliof t CLu Ut11 eaUllcd tQIi3To the am one cf tbe largest creditors.! M4 -

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: ,L .OrtU.e 1 '. f.Ti9rs. i 'children ..DdJdra.J Iui Andreo. d.tocoavey, ert2mE&S i.ac .a'dtli ; i rv1 S We know .t\V"J :

Estate therein mna. Passed.Jab 1 i2tbj. ; r"I 1\t
-. < 5. )f arstracurdby Hn kttpt"f..bu
1.s ." S '. poec1 Jnuary. 3tti,f 1O;; .
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;; cULt.o 878.tNo, wuAn 'AsVto_ utborfae fj, j.. FonUne .to sell : Sec.1. Be Itenacied by toe Governc* nnd Legislative- Coun-. .j', ...'-' . ; 4 Iv,eq Jat- the Gb ,
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aDO conveyrcer.: reaj jjujg tircrt&tiescnbejuScC. ; ci! of the Territory Florida, That guardian'of'of .the infant ;'r.tl fo. Dt-an's.petltJOb toJl 1f. 'j. .
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r < children and heirs ofJoh AndreOdebt. and empowered ; .
$ authorised,
t. Be i it. en&cjtd by the:Governor aod Legislative I Cbunlq ha Millstid to cstab rj
; autb.fib
and the said guardian is hereby luthorised and empowered C uii. 892: [No. Lxx.1 lBU! SALLY C RRY'S coua'
( the Territory of Florida) ,*That Maty J* Fontane, guardian sell and I IoSs the EsCarUbL RIVer. WeUave
to at vatc.ale- the title and fish a Fei" a Iikri! fruit n
right, *
convey p I t.T,... l.-.___ .. .. Urconec. Ota wi
of Cha'rlotte Fontan a-minor under the' of : > S
nge .. nty-one! int erests, of tho said infant, children aud heirs as aforesaid, Inand I and JeitaliVe' Counf a uI"a ,:1' Jli31. ptlJlIlql by.thet '

.: fears be, and she is hereby authorised_ andfuUymp wered .tograntbargain to a certain tract of land, lying pod situate on the Sec. 1. Bta it enacted by tbo.Goverflot. MdlJitcd bt aud l per., the following: simple, but .touch

sell, and convey, in fee simple absolute all that river in the County of S!. John's, 'Territory of northci, i 0 the Territorof- Florida,, That-; \braham- count fiLe. Jove! and-courtship of jt

certain lot.of ground, thf property of the said Charlotte, situate known as the Shell Bank' that is hereby authorised to establish anc .k ee a pulls 1 'ftrr aCfhnthe \lr- PaccsrdM "telpf' .
tract : presentingthe '
in the city of ,Hi .\uu9tiue, East Florida, in what? known as facts and circumstances of .int to the upon Judge of the. th(' Escambia River at o place commonty! Jmowu al't otlfJn Vel. %! Sally" Mid I. smiliDg, "IDj lia
toll I .
iI ![
such rateolI o e v u on bimdav niijlit! ?
Hospital atre ,-mt"usuring in front, north and south, twenty and county court, for the county of St. Job! :, the said Judge shall F rrv and that he be allowed to- rb.-.rc couil 0 J .'(am ;11 r.ird ti.", ma*".UJJ"rf X

tall varas, Spanish measure; and in depth, from east to west, approve of said sale; aud provided i\\\\ that the sail gi 1lrdim maybe from time to time. t"ltauli..ttcd by the county 1.d isg t..lhfUt ant" ttOt'r.. ."

4 twenty-four varas, uhuh said lot is bounded on the east by shall give and execute to thV said. Jud*,?, bond aud) security inadequate E scambia Ktther t. I '-l) >nt. be ashjir.eil: Sally," 1.vlp .,

Charlotte street, on the wet by HOpltalstreet, on the south by amount, (or the faithful nHII'I;ClifI" aiioT-nnpliculio: Sec., 2. ( t-u:.'ir-'>, That IT1,.rite riglu, preliPge! >wi you soda an example ,,f nwm-J*b4

fr mlot owned by Francis Gui, nud on the north, by a lot owned of tin funds received from ih-i sale uot;-aiJ. profit-, and emoluments' sinl ferry I I.f', L1I) irft. h''c'\! .Vt.-t-I v.!llIm I preferred" that 1 ant lure j -::II.\.

by the heirs of Joseph Funtane, deceased. P.sed February 7jh 1535.Approve: I t-d in the said Abraham Milled, lib Lii'jit'i .:?e lIr.r: :>, ad blame you." AUoon -

: Sec-2. Be n further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That J Februaiy 14th, 1935, I tritors, or a:.i"ns, for the term of four vr.ir=: prH'olucd tuc wuia .j this Salty I>n>kcU u,) anSI I alktd

aconTeyance: mask in virtue ol this art, and in due form of law, i bruhamli11 ted, his h.-irs, exc'ci&tors. aiifltOttft"5'. ,.U.r. I l how:11""JI1;fc "i* she l "tw.ul|'ctI knoivn* _'lr. CiTrvW ..

? the said J. Fontaine, as guardian aforesaid, of the said VCziii' shall till of' lIf..tlf'ntl all tlllitrc aga g'Jt.l.in5 that
Jjy Mary as.-i P.(*n : ulwavs keep a for' \ h1Jll'tr."lv I Ion her "t'.i.gl'ruf. ier kit hard Wb

Charlotte, of said real estate, shall operate to extinguish forever, '" to carry over a loaded ha n and. I Ism : 7' .. i iJ i "My: nitili.er ina'.ifii \\s arJI1d
: .H the right, title und interest, property and claim whatsoever, S35. [No. LSHI] An Act lrt!! rdicf of H'-ias! B. G: uJ.! cittitiiv with the 111 Jos J and iPsuLtiium f"l? .i l.. estiiis1' u i Salcs.i, i.t: ivuhnv fa *m t p'"rwUf il a

"_' her the said Charlotte in and to,said real tale, and vest: in bthtr" county court oi l'".:caiulia County or ( u.I" be l1clt- IHt H..aHJ.l t-, a.I.1 .. Il"t..I.p"O.s.c He 'as

the purchaser thereof, and in his heirs awl assigns, a valid and Bc'it C:1ctc.IIthe. (;o\ f-I nor and Lrb>bv.' Council of the :, aiu-r p* :ividfd bv 'r'J :I !Ih':1: '; lie. It!:.. c..L I li tiJ il ,
Charlotte and her Territory Florida, Tint til-; .\wlif 11/1 l 1 reaaur Iic, an* b'.J" haII' :.,,'* mr I ; t 'tIJ
indefeasible title thereto, again.n her the said Se::('. 3. i B o it Ii It it : l'Jrruy a % c.r -; I, 'hl lilY mll:1it
beirsj and eviry other person and per whatsoever, claiming I they :Iflht'rdar auihontiMl toni !'it .:n Vv t-, E..Ii.n.i (i lIIlltJ. $f1h'! person ur perinis to !;t'f-l' a icnv wuhiule1jabove .l/ht.l/ !I ". ; t I \\ IS \r;:y :. I ?.1t. I. :if". ..br rosa! I jj
the sum of onluin !ired alai six tl..1 ", tW! of; h-: tt'd t Oh.'.. I \t al?Jr.l 5:,.? \\.IU t H
real thereof BUk ft i&iunt I' I. '11.1
said to
estate, by, I litf tot It.
-or de nvina title to or any part f .,r below unksthe I said: leny Yn On
imdW her Urn said Charlotte. j account tgjin5t the Timtur. for avrvir-i; ne: :fred :< v him :i-r t fll il'tI' 'r tUr .H.k 't. '::;rt'I'1: :\ehr4
through,or her ur their individual: ns t% j
Passed 15\h 1S35. {I the ::tzr.", wljirh was rejected by the ihttr! Jur \\ ar.tofducaiiiheiitic.itiiitr. ; I : ;, .0.' .'. \v.sck, Li5L 't '..IU4't1A.4 1I.."."'4..1
Jauuajy I -1'
1 I tt 1.rJs.mL .I r .: !
but wlu h i- 1.: tu*:d jq i titra -IIUlltJ
Approved, January 17th, 1835. curs rt. rae February 10th, 1S35.A C4.'r1tI
I IGluu. lu?sJ l..l')ruaj' lOlh, 15.: i Fehru&ry !\--\t.h' ,1apryf'f .3o.r'.3 'rr. .1cccur rtiSJ !, "I:: rU.re ::1) ,".lQ
S } --i I \vii rue. I \.-' 1 )hk.1 lu l" a fiI "
ApproveFtbiury 1 ith 135. .
-md ..ti 1
Ciuij.te.Jftce, .t "tcjn4cttie : ,
; \ ._: .1 hoe.
819. [Ku. X.THAn Act for the relief of the inhabitants ol" -. y. -' S '-Si tss; tny t'u'lorn ;t.t htb>jt Mr.-Cur.si .
Amelia Island. _
'f .Jl -
I Ciur. SSG. No. I C'BP.593. fNi :. t-xxi.j .\ B.'i: : autsL1ri'! : Sarnut ,, 'i.r- .4 :... 'jo.j ....)hlt'L"- 'lIlt
An Act !'tiriiim.ife p --T---7-
[ Lxiv.] to 1
cbnnire ti $
< name ial :j:ii u Fry u.-..*'i i: e K>carjLia river yf, ur utrar 1_,)uactioi' f 11w 5ji I ..1f.iUi.t: ::ml ile"J'U 2
Be it enacted by .tho Governor and Legislative Council ofV" of \\ illiaiaV.!: Hicks ti, :'..u ol'WI'IiamY.. Dro\. illi the cainbia B,,'. Cl.'t .(P-tP.- .. Uc? ht" :, ItaJf... ,
ifraffWyMtfy1 .JpQ flateinhabitiipta of Amelia fsTTfiilT tI. h) ItU a I

> '' _i Tr fiT>Ie toperfurlll-oad duly, be and Sec. 1. Be it enacted: !by tlu Governor and Lpjiilaiiw: f'oim S."' 1. I.!> it enitttd .. te (Jornoa'nd Leai.-'l fC Council .1 "ry, in try tu,'c.tr rue mi; IJltlH.-nUDlthe! !
: y aUltl" a.tr iv y t I= ':. ICji..t d
cii It lid
they arc'hereby made from such and from of the Territory. of! Florida.! Thai 'tram and atf-r the wlr tQ
exempt duty working Iao-sat. of the T.-rnti,rv. ol I. luiio.i, Ti. .c \iiiiit-l C. K-yitr l b<*, r ...ICCll:. i.i i.i9: I'. t ':.II 4 flf jj.

upon any eilu r roads than >uch a* may be ou aid Island for the 4 fir t this m'I'm.. \Y. llick. of t tin com.tv. if .J.H'k..ou, shall In- and he i hereby antho'i>ed to *'stabi! and; !.trrp| a pul lie fei .rvacro t1.at:. 11t'.1, JII.1 tarP 61 ..it'll "km:, aJJ hJ a

term of two. ers, to be calculated from the pa-5agc of this aci. I I known and called bthe nani; ;* of Win. \'i. ifniwn.Sec. <*:* lh! Eambia river ut or near its join II'MI WIth tb:. Ii..y I n '--v ai.d u.e,., vvcu nc t"'JiJ tip Coul oul1'Dt

Passed, 1'cbruary 9ihlS35. 2. Be it further enacted Tim the aid Uillnm shill 'It' i K-ramitta, and that h.; IK altow! .d i lo charuvlU'li ratef t'lIm! .n iiitr, u.ir r .j,C ntr nt'it.irr, h" wotll l

Approved, February 14th, 1S35. held and considered in liw as too; child aid l 1"11,1 1 heir ol B*-nj.J. : lea-.i u.r s-jcu a pitying .u.ll.! as: irle'f .
fll] |
t ] a- IlIaIH I > from ti.uu to IIMC- cst-!lah. d l hv. :h.; rouniv. conn :-
Brown of said County; and :1 -u h .h'IIl'* en\lo to inherit I .u: nnd.. i

his pr<:}peity. or Mieh Ilu'H'uf as he nuLl be eutnledc I, ot K-camt: cnii'.ty.S.c. -i'n- day vvj? jj"t J f I\vu.n.; when
pan \\ my
2. iJ t further enaclfd. That all the hl ,
4 U 1riv'l.
riprolhs .s inoib.r *ct caeJ lo c. hiiSf
I : had !h been bom in lawful weJl( I k. : .ue 10 j and jyoke
and twIUllklat- -,:d! 'crry b,-, and arin lCU.tH' v.s1e.1 f il.rhl iral ajl.y, .1ei I ::
(H.1F. 890. [No. LVIII.] An Act !for the relief of I 1azcd ft.buary 10th.
Joseph F. \ ::hob 1-35. -\\:1'11 '
t/.e: >.*itl Samuel C. M.tr.. his h. irs, exruto suhmmlralor I uniiJier: oa itl I, auj my heart fet
S Approved Ftbrua'y 14lh, Id'Jo. I -; or a.i iir s, t for inu term of U-n \"f .r.-: Pro.idid the .iid 3s 11 It ,\. U.u triune tl I Ir.I.i/
Be it. enacted by the Gov'ernor and Legislative Council ofthe I 4 I- '
SutiiUi-1: C. Kt> his heirs administrators rteaiy Uniy vy itii ?
.er. e.cutur-, or a-- you slj :}bt.
Territory of Florida, That the treasurer of this 1'ci, dear _
Territory- rn m14.er, a triind: I
i shall 1t valtirient anJ reuh sap wheri. -
siiius, always keep a *:z I')
be'and he is authorised to .
hereby pay Joseph F. Wachob'out of j ,
any money i in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum CHAP. S57. No L1\] An Act :for the r'Jit ftif J.ihn C. Cleijnd.L I cairy ovt'r .1 adcrd wa:. oiiand tftim. and shall sluclly! c'>:npl. '. "iVKl :l.e t.eJ'C cf ymi ?, ft
with! the iiilcs and ilationhat b. e-t thh! he,I 5 h thtcouuiv I says ,
rea may ; !> v jnd "K".'Iti.u i a sunk '
: of one kindred dollars for appreh- ruling certain and eye ""Jh} CII Curry.
prisoners, .
for services rendered the Territory in certain cnruttul I Sec. 1. I5e it cpacied by the ( bvenrr aiil Legislative Council ,,, c nut of Escaaiuia county or that may Le hercittej Can; -y y 't 1I._.lt iv,..J cinic t.yibei!

.. in Jack' ru count.. prosecutions I of the Territory of Florida That I the \idi'or und TrisurtT I proxtitoti by 1.1 w. li.Je, .s ud ktir.t L!\.h\'D. .nul t.'IItr herihiuSaal

: .Fassed-Feb.-uary 13th. 1835. I! 1 lie, and ihey :rc lies cliv, :llH1)ri..etl to audit and pay to John C.I!I{ Si-c. 3. ll.' it fanhT en icted, Thit it shill be unlawful j for t a.1'IU a \' .i::. quile b.h.l aa J solemn: 1

j '. : Ck-laiul the sum of tncnty ee,'tn dollar- aul tw<'iity live cents, !;| any pci.-on or per-(Jls to keep j a lerrv witi.m !ic--* thin thret- \III. s>' ld. nc { ):

Approved February 14th 1S35.S91. : : :She l amount of his arrount against the Teriiory, lor services1 i|} mile above or below nniu-a tht said ferry be toll tree\. aud los 'S.I ii.j"ut s.sv ;llh1iI'n-urJ% butjtJ ln\"e
a kiHJ tit" h u
a :s s
re nit
performed by him as Justice of the Pence, uhioh was rejected I J his. hr, or their hviiii.rl 1 U-e. .1'5 If :.c ,--.HHkJ, io.I.fll1oxzeJ'rrh\fruT.hut hti

I t tI by the Auditor for want of due authcutitition but which id i i'uited, February iivn. sS oAjrr an.I s. s:Ie jJ."' han

I I deemed j.t and (orrect. ..J. 14ih 133-3.
.f Febmary: ,
in. [Xo. LII.] An61 for ihe reh'tf! of the heirs cf Mary T.. : -
: Blocker. i'a:&cd February 10th. 1835.Approved: A IwrJ eln! : racrer "U.t hirltt df J.:

FebruaryMtb, 1835. \bni.i, w.i 3 Drt->ij.ii m.!., 1.:'.xit ibe w.:iti
.. Boil en.irted by the Governor and Legislative! Council ofthe .,iJ-
: Territory of Florida, That it hall and may be lawful for -IHAP. j CH.\P. S9.'. [No. LXSII.] .AJ.\CI loe-fab'I."b a :.trr ncr >3 tie Chi .-t.>> IA t. .,:- ct. -iiu i..'c ..t cf steal; ,

John Blocker of Leon '}'a river near .Mjrnniu. : .sJ n'vut.':..- .u uafJv. ;i '- / 4ar.at_
this"Territory to sell and dispose I -
county .
*of the cat half of the C 938. [No. LZTI.] An Act for the relief Hillary E. Simmons II &".'.'t, ".J :;.\ .Ir'' 0)' 1. '. ;,.
north section
c east quarter of thirteen and other !I I Be it t'.u.tt'Itv l thf ;un'mr.r and Lei ln'tve! Couu-'if: oi ui.4 .L-s. *c : ... .: :, t. to..n I. t
towrtis.p one, of range two, south and cast, entered in the :' ,. ...
the TlIri.r.uf. f innii. 'Ih' t- ihv io'i itv ec-u.i IIi J.i i;.o"icountv ; cJira.a; ''' h : .i i .d mt.i kIt

fficeof th..' :tt l'e'er, at Tallahassee! in the name of "'Jesse Sec. 1. Be it enacted by tht* Governor ancLeci:lative Council 'I or li4> jm::: of .-,..1 C"o'Jtt all i l-mt j i-Ji.', "i tni j.tCf ; .Ii.t 1 ;''...., r .,. .H. t" I.. : 1I.):! i'

3 Blocker, in trust for MaryJjT. Blocker, of Florida" holding of the Territory of F.. ridJ. Thit the Aidttriiy' lo eLtOi-1 a kr.f I fr tij" C-hp.i I 'r..r ; H. ;IU..l. '." \1... it.11:7; : :a of,'

if file proceed thereof to the UK ef the children of the said Ma- bend he i js hereby directed to audit aid allow to HIlr\ I J i. .. a ..iii; f.ci lit.Ij..".e. ul tie '.JII II
:; on t !h..r./f :ts-' !':I!>"f r..aJs. I lf.,cio4 Iroin '.h1' town tt )I.trittaii.r1t .
T. Blo ker, deceased. E. Simmons his of -I- : I* ;. aL crcl .at,1 i.se.i -*..J 1.,, ,Jt'
iy account twenty dollais.as t full eoinpe.sa- j!(I C."arc I :: ,.. II nr. ..jJl.. ;

Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That before the said John I lion for hi* servces! in assisting to guard the j.il 1 in Leon fool ''!I I irei2. il- i. .I.rnt'f t':ij-tt-ij. '-I"lr t saud J court < hil I; h.I\.I. ; .* .;' H U.,.i...1 .1,*!..c.:. C.I'IV.-, .It. .-J 4j;:d.Ut J..J'.S. ."'JC.., wl'art.five rtsbtt .i"' .,Jl .

Blocker hall proceed to *ell the land described in the forrgo- up to the nineteenth day of April!, in the hunnreU. .
year eighteen j i I liormty tj :rii I tinder ::'I' t..Lri.iI' n. ib th. v :11 pr.it.b ,".:t .L5&. l*.' lrriI,..., ;.sd lwli'
,,1113 section of this act ho shall enter into a bond payable to the | and thirty four; also, to audit and allow the account of Jutm I ertoa'ti. H.Jn'l\lll.tI :lor th- t'r-i uf h'1 >" '.ir<. in" rf2 .r oi" Kp C.f; i : \lCltUu...

*;* Governor of this Territory or his successors in office in. the iD.j Coltmou, to the amount of fourteen dollars, 'tlr similar '*r. :t.I jug -al d !itrrv. ': Provit.enul: l. rm-! .-eii;ii; -tuidt-r &.it! cii .Lt t -M --. !.- ->. "ii ;ir. \.:'ut iuve walS

sum of fit1 hundred dollars, with .urhecurily a* thn juJjrw vC J v vices up to the fourteenth day of April of the same Jear-ab.I. .I shall bt' I forfeited wh* n a lrn-t' it.bie :"i i "'ro->:: sbali L-.11; '.jr 1., t.fc C.'l r< tfiut

county court of Lemi shall deem >uth"cient conditioned to tiover o audit and allow the account of John Re nold! :, to the amount {j erected over said river on either uf the r.j. ua aores.iid ; 'I.t .-iCtfl ;"a !.",U'J1iil5kt..

': iay the monies arrinng from the sale of the above descri- J of one hundred and thirty seven dollars, for similar serviee*, up | :..:,.{{.-\\ J.; :.j.i '.\.'"I are.\d: '

4etl laud to he children or the said T. Blocker decM. i the Passc | I, l'nt r.-i .* .1 j a E"5.1-1l:1.nlIlJd,,
; Mary j 11 o twentieth day of November of the saaie yeir-al>Il. to I ; February 1 Hb. 1035.: ( .
| audit and allow ihe account of E. K. Fieenrin to tru atuouni ol I f Approver, February 14th, 1535. f: CHt.11.. K' .} u; iuyn.M aa Jc J.1'!.
I: ,j.id i > { .. t 6arw
> ij
Passed v ir .1v. ; t.3.' C
; February 9th, 1835. !; one hundred and tiny the dulb!:if.-, t Jimil.r Mrvtces, uj th. "I \ lam ,;; .. .. i-xt.t.. :.-.icht! .'! 0. Ilym.1b.l.i .

; \pprocd.February 14tb, 1835. t t' .i twtliih, day of eCCJllf'r! of th! snuuyir.. -- I :;;; : tr,t -D..uU. i.dsV aif i

Sec. 2. Be lurlhcr ellaf'tt Jo That tin- ;.v,r il >Uiis of II1JI1"\' about ia bj-ii.cSrf

C i-----i; nirnsinncd in the 1st Se.. oi ihi- _\1. be, anc thy auh<:r. b' I! (:U.\P. 93. [.,.,.a. LXXIII.j.\, ,! ro1 authorise. ._ Ca.e3!. HAl! to estac- 1. t:;3..'i-r.-If l'tL ni* I "hd: HetobJ'-

directed to be paid out of any money in ths I'leuaury not u'tir isi a icrry acciuss iue river l'cn.:;,;. tr.."l:n>_ l.> ;.> uli :ital*>atif, aJIit >

2uAr. 882. [No. LI.] An Act for the relief of Elijah: -ndrewco.Be wise appropriated.Parsed jj-i it-4: : uj u al .n.a.. ortaeca-! i-.r.
S.-c. 1. Be it r-nacted fty the Gcvcraor and Iit.ti\"t. Cow :> vor uiltei 1 .'-a"J"wUlt'.Jrtle ofthlu

it enacted by the Goyernor and Legislative Council off I February 14th, 1S5.: ci,! of the Territory oi Floiida, That CinrJe.Hall !!-, ii.j' h-r i- 1 tt-;. .iij ou ;:r' iv.iy i>n..e 1 SJVT a c

the Territory of Florida, That it j shall and may be lawful for I Approved; February 14th, 1635. he; cLi. authonz u' to estabiwh: and keep a pur .ic (t''iv at roihe -- t'Irro'is ipf -,rtri; if l 1'At. 60) Ii.t) iI
'r.- XUj.ihndiev.s to sell und j! tote 1 .-'-.t ukut I .>tOJiL: i a:.,tgwi 1jd.lLt.
of the ho road
dispo-e real and personal es- river Perdido wht.'e I uiodt l\y thor ::ttcu >tjt"->

. ,',.tale of which Joseph It. I.anL- died seized in the county of LeGO j Ii I ICUAP. I fmm lVnsioa! to Dlak!v", Al tbana. cro.'esnJ nv..r; asm iu t.-.e Uptrefl4tI of A :ater
i t: /.i4.ti i"iVipuai: \:.: .oner part,ia('
for the benefit of his wife Mary Andrews It te widow of the'I : tint! he be alhnvtd to charge such rates of ;olJ as t fi .
I .v
i 55!. [No. U\-i'.l An Act to change! il.enaase of oc im- :lfal.t U. l..t-\\ rli?, dS I cinetoBii
.jaid Joseph R. Lane and of the heirs of 'he said II. Mary p.1, time to time established the court of E-ciir..bn
Joseph 11 j i ker, of St. J.tha's Couniy. by ctpty c.mll i; >i.-m. I a-d i.t\yR!; JuJ as I \'Jf $$

Lane; and lo make and execute: all conveyances neccbsary i in Sec. 2. lie il further enacted. Till.: ai! the ri; H-. piivile!es. U'lfj'nit t:ol.ktil If:.... '. imF, | wi II' up II

carrying into effect the sale hereby.authorized, which said con Be it enacted That tht- name of Mary f. Harksr; of Sty I: and cmolunu-Rts of s.ud A-rry be, ai.d arc hereby v t teit iu the aie t,!" i.e a5'Ut>, aud I'a b.eat iflne.1td CIJ'f

Yeysnce .shall be as valid and effectual in lav' as if executed b I John's County. tirOll'ryI.u! Dexter, 'he, md it j i- hen bv said harks Hall hi- heirs, eAC. uiors. adu1.ti': 1tllr'. or a-- Ci Tvj:.:nt wuJt-! '.[KU. H> hd s.y I J'fI

;: .,Lid deceased. in bis life-time: Provided, that nothing herein |11 changed, and d..-laicd to be Mary: P. DcMc", by which last signs, l fur the term of tive .i ears Pr.iviJed ihr ar-i i hal- = : !:i.i me i '3..UU. \tic3reofyourpnxx'r '?
I ItHcnthamd
contained hall be construed to prejudice the of dower of he shall be knoun und mseJ.Passed Hall lu. lu-ire :111 W.) I '.tuvk.J!
right j name. > rert executors adiinr i =lratoror as i 'ij--, :;rV'l'1 =1w 1- iA
ct !. t u: I maJe > :hmind to :
.Mid Andrews u4 pu
; Mary late Mary Lane in and to such estate. February i Itli 1835. flat of sulficitnt
keep a and
I yn size ;trath tJ jVkI! I wsfoi. 1!
t cirrv. thC < S )r it, dud m IG 1 goo, 3nd
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That before availing himself Aj'p ovcd February M.h 1S35. loaded aoa aud le.1I11.'Ill ;hll stnclly! comply! ,-,,itil th' .: .>. u-iiere I coicclo the txing* alto:2i Ja

-of4he privileges conferred by the first hection of this act the rules and regulations that may be esfa'j'i-hed! by iho Count v' i ?nd t-::'-'irt.* rt tin *:'im-n tn the' street
; Laid Elijah'Andrews shall file in the office of the clerk of the P""W Court of Kscambia .' hare t
; -- county, or that may be hereafter nrovi itii'by i: I -.! : ar.J ;Ttai's more, would wjaJ dthe
: ,'-county court, of Leon county, a bond with. two stood and suflicient i- t l.iv. nil mir.. ::*>: 'iw.-- if I ha J not hept
securities, in the of five CHAP. S90. [N'u. LXVIH.] An Act for the rtiief of iwveaH tMauJ tr
sum thousand dollars to be approved I Edward Chii1dier.Serb. Passed February lOlh, 1S35. |t sioppeiL T!eitf ;IUW' you Ie

,. by the' judge of said court, auct mad payable to the f I >xm't he: -h,-a: i ir, anitwiat'ii&1 flttt
1. 13e it t'l1a.tl'd the (; Approved February 14th, 1S35. I I II
br W
Governor o\'crunr r.i3atin-! of ,
the Territory of Florida, and his foi m.cl II: Jo jt fr: the want m.lq "
:::the: use of the late widow and children of the said ( of the Terrirory.of Florida, Th.1t th' Trt'ua'rcr uf tlC said S .._ 1maVeot 4OtX> iu LiverpA! I t iSSG3rrtl
Joseph R.I I Territory be, and i is hczety aufbons'al "Iif" ad.t thw catdiJ ffefli* -
Lane, conditioned to make the said sale i ia such manner as .IC arid .dircccd to pay I Cir u :it
may j. (out of money IU the rrL'a 1 I.wLs tuJv coiamiited to t<*ks iIiStria. .
any hot Ohl' Jiitp. No
SrfcesTpromoIe the inlcreaU of the said widow and children and i urJ \ M' .roprilhd, 900. [ LXxnnn Act to e>tabi:,!i a Ferry on J'jtt,0cretk i l. X. Y. Cocntf.
faithfully to appropriate the proceeds in the manner, prescribed the sum of h\o htiiidrcd clohrs! : tu Ld"uJ L l..ui. r, late Dis- of 5 I. JuiuTcounty.! i! [ .

.by law, and pointed cut in the first section of this act and also [ hictlIoru y, fur thc Southern Di-tllcl of Fluida, ill lull fur l f N3shv Q
The New Orleans! and
make t his service in prosecuting crimiu.ll, on uehalf of the 'I'crritorv Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative:
*to return on oath : term of the CAUUril *
to"every county court exerwes r3a.l (bill has bmb brin4C'
in aid Di3lri't frorn the of the passed
of Florida
by : Territory Thai
incurred. telm 18:30 of the Superior Cout R 'tzbet: Loring Jh.l John The(1rou dtba3I &
& to November term 1834, incu>>ivc. 1 Gerathy are hereby uulhorUcd to establish! atitl .. Legtuie.. .. '-
<, Sec. 3. Be it further enacted. That said. bond may be put i in ,' k'n a : t r' .. a -' .
i I acrOSi Julington creek, JrO.lH' 'ii- -jliJ X'.%r u- -
: .. uit $uccessively-br... every. violation of U provisions. of this act:- Passed Fd'THUY! 13lh. IG3l 5S : ... ., .u\n oi saia creek to Slo:HJ'- anding on the north p. ... -i1, -e. t
;-r . S Approved February, 14thlS33. I Sec. 2. Be it further en:icted. That it shall bo unlfu1' for ,'. e .e .'O. B. Brown f nvs be 1'WJ r
other to establish) A1verur Iris. reiire fWln Lie Fi$t
S Approved,Tehruary 14th, 1635. 1 any person oi keep a ferry"ithin h.tfa'a! nrle :

i "' S I of this ferry, by this act provided for t for th,? srv,,. ..r. .*:....... ,.....h with a fortune of?1 00,000! U
ICUAI' and shall -r.--- } -u, ,
1' be
I it the dnU of the soid Loring and '.llt

%* :" .. -.e.. : _- -a .', .-, 391. [No. LXIX ] An Act tc1 authorise James Stiart to builj a times, to keep sufficient boats and flits u i cro:s Gerathy pa>sen' |,p.at, wa all the'I Detroit ICmGTR&1TORT.A Jourtul of the 2M It f(1r j

t Bridge accross the Ockt! >ckuee Uiver.i! gons or carts over said creek; and shall
: they beVntit'lr.ceiv
S. s4 IC- Tt.e till! authorbLi; tl.. peopttu4ru o t\; .
\' at said ferry, toll at such rates ami sh, was
ill Siaie rcnent,
; CJur; 883. [No. LXI.] An Act Sec. 1. Be it : Governor and tkflivu Coun- t.es ct to a < tI.c
to authorise Mary Johnson, and John enacted.by t ? such regulations as may be established by the cuur.tv the Council this inruiug IE 3Uho

._ Outhberi to dispose of certain real I estate. I cilof, the Territory of Florida, That JauC2 -1 ( ue, a h...1 hl' St. JtJJ l'S, and the Legislative Council. eleclum: ut desalts lo takt" PL3Cf 0 it

;. Sec., 1- Boil enacted the' I i is hereby vested with the rijrht und power of : 1 ; !:tdge. I f--ssed; February 14th, 1835. day tUith of April next, an*! tkt'JJiug 1.
by Governor,and Legislative Coun. and charged with tho ) I the Jja t't
duties the: Coaventua on -
keeping the
c3of.the,Territory of F'orida, That Mary Johnson, and John the Ocklockuee river, at 01 within three sam ?pair, acrOss .r Approved, Fa"uuy 14tb. 1S35. v hv. -

A..u.lh guardians oi the infantc-hiJdren of bundt4 'ards of the !I: J
Jeremiah John- place where the road
leading from ,
sop, deceased, ,, be, .and*they are Talhhassee l>. Georgia, -: Who thatVka doc ks W .1
hereby to sell! and crosses the said river, and shall' continue in says '
any lands the enj lnentof the A 'residin CiucinnaU hai.i
-conrey O"Ded'by the man ot
said Jeremiah a
i 'imein the Johnson, in his Arne, so long as tho said James Stuart, his heirs lor CHIP. 901. [No. hi. ted ; in three b1.
: TefliloryTofFInrjda, lo defray the of shall the assigns, LXXIX.n Act to divorce J' Gamble! froaiTertiwTf $120,000 years WrJJ
thcliruuntcnancu and educ expenses keep same in good repair, (unavoidable icident/ex. wife Sarah 1 of rnkvlen r!. cki. throughout U*.p *
of the infant children and heirs cepled) for the .
1 I '
crossing of such ". .
which said ai.s vehicles &c.b -911lrt.
ahaU travel 1 the '
only be made : Pt eo-- .a .
after the road and '
parties having enlered be allowed to receive the .
ol .
into bond prices -'
** thousand.. with good and sufficient security, in the sum of by law, Jo be received' at the ferries 06 said riyer.1 Provided allowed nbrdIMTh0feTrand, ******** Council) of the ,I '_ w! isstedtb3P.; ;

.dolfu'a.w the rounty ceurt'of' the *within nevertheless that subs! mar ae contrar.t heretofore RAII. iii.f .
b ihe said county nothing in tKtf; act shall be'so dWrued lirig between John Gamble 'ah DS..t: .Jot"
patti" reside, condirioned. for ,the faithful appliof to authors said Sturt to obstruct as san. i.1S i herOy and S Gamble be, and t& one thousand laborers.** '_ ;tt' "
the iuno aforesaid, fi lice or prevent any peon.., a dissolved and that the aid Joh GamLJe be Richmond and PotomaftRaa R- .
arunD& om jwid sales the ob access .
to in .crossing-,ford (aaid river hereby re1easd 'rolD all _
'ab e BtCCL&d. w : duty to '
,1.th4ad 'or c-ooneiioD. iii
.fIt.r -I shall lead to, or near said;. ndge.S .$ Sarah Gamble, by eAS60 er their said wth, the iaiiI. JUDGE mrE.ArespondeD"if
mani ,
;* :Jiaa'ekuary. 7th. 1835. r right c.to 2.build 8p.it further enacted, That no. pewon All have:"a swung as fully and. completely as if the ai had i1ernt nerer roro ciiated.ub.;' l.he'AJexa'od to a .wr-! a'j

::.3 ViMfj v. "* a Bridge or establish a/erryiWithjriS miles' -' Th re ply otJudg White .
: .IProvodiFcbruay. .:, 141b1.1835,. ., said ridge, for the! .of Passed, February 9th '. ik1ea- D'histandzs ;
.. .":."f" "- .- except use of J hia oi'tor i 1835. ''f* > :..: ,. > Dagee Ate.for
fiaad .
'. Approfed a .J .
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