The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 5, 1836
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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F:. ,Ii wmofl' rspo' Trtsts APALACU1COLA
;wi* iAe ca4t ttp preu.1SCti THE FLORrJ f

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). I to ipi it :tc,vt for ;FIQrLt the sale Tthe twn ,ts Atrtr.l lisrnn pLA ssSC a

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hte'1' wni"e CTII i issums ol wild writ _________ "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." ft W
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-. L. ccri'g the statute in such S _7 : tEDWARD :- aiowtirs; to aoL.1'VECVL U 1TlttE!'
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: 1 C;: jr J Atys for pllffslHlY. (( in Svg

S HOUSTON ADMINISTRATOR'S ieug115bcsd UI tke iuhc.ii.' .. 's
r NOTICE STAGE TO JACRfcONVlLflThe'public :. ; tJccs hiy
e I IING. .fflomcy at Law. S months after dut I shall present my Accounts I I aLu.&tor lLLlue use ( : .ftic. .. INoicc

OFFlCtTin: Jcffsrsun Street, and Vouchers for a final settlement : and nrcTnJbnncd, is hereby vciiihaf st thi'2c.

re p..iu cud..m.. .. next door to E. B. Perkins anply u the Urn. the Judge of the Couriy Court of that a regular Line bl" 'rStages. daypt February i.uxl, at 10 uVhvcIi i if:' fo.-i.-noorrj!

C flu t! case upon pIcrni_ Dr'igit. Gadsden county, for u discharge from the Ad.ninistratoisjip has ,been etubf1shed; .Liie Directors of the Apnfadi.cOla! Lind Company'

% I Trcs1s.s-I i..OO.Ie1 inn. 30th! I8S6. 25 6rn of the estate (;Sharrod McCall, deceased. between Tallahassee and Jacksonville via SU'VHUIICC wilt expose to saIeiUj{ >uliK au'cHaK( in the'Toxv";!

) ; jItCdJIi. 2Ut icG.I WM. B. McCALL, Adra'r. Springs; leaving Tallahassee of-Apalachicol, il.c Uuilufn. Lots-l'n tic! s.il u tcwh

; I RturI3'l' to 4j ii lena, /ur I Icnta ADM1JSLSTRA TOWS NOTICE. Febnmry 2d, 183G. 266mADMINISTRATOR'S ing and arriving at, Jacksonville every jn Saturday Mo/itlay-niorn-from aLLJietirneuf4e.agreeaWytoa cciUiicd plan iUtaof l<* b. exhibited S t

< A Lfe pcrs., ? kaiinr rlaims "ga'nst th. estate bf whence travellers to the North" will f.mf/KaUy ;
; NO ICt.. conveyance '
'j.$2i'U A 'i he terms of sale will .r one J'ou. th cs : the rcsT- "* *
otlirrs inlrrnIinfC7'S Ll.jthW.j5w.-at: ; 1
deceasedarc LL J
ml case, ami required prescni persons claiming to be creditors heirs or Augustine by 'iges, and tobuvaiiQalj "'
s A or t&.iui litre 'ii *
p In the ; *; annual ,iij<;;.t.ittn! w.'th turcsr ad -
.aid nlt ihcmduly nutheniic.icd by Steamboat.
n-m-cortl-e- issninjj.f within the lime prescii- distributees of the estate of the laic William Fare th re each wv $25 (00. Vrhennisialnn.ii
SBIVr.: J1'"V' ,jcnr and% plead io the dec.n.juw ,- bcd by law, i,, ihe MibM-riber or.his flgcnt in Gaddcn Christie, deceased, arc notified to present their claims Jnn.25,1835. [I25tf JAS. M. HARRIS. aL: 1( a.L: cui tej fj ih
ac.- i..L 'fuu. I
ivtn ( i..i.- i
such Um.D. .M liCalI ,o uu if ;
in coumy. ,, :
,, o llltf suute or they will be forever barred. duly verified and authenticated lo the subscriber according and
i .; II,btU FvvILkII. .1. I). V LS1 C()'I '1., ii.. Ih..se. jidebud: 11) the caiatc me requested to to law. NOTICE. :5 pie will thcaiUo4u btrrjiiadet.> oUi*.juau-.j> u.c.r.ir uu! fnfce. $hi> J '
:; [ 24tgtL'y torPl'IIlI Fi-b.immediate I1J"1 payment. JNO TAruNr. WILLIAM B. NUTTALL, AdmV. SIX months after elate application will be made to New I'ork
- ,. G 26wEXECUToRS' Tallahassee Flo. Dec. 1 jih. lS. :
Feb. 8th, 1836. 27-8w Hon. Judge of the County Court for Leon C flI'l
. COUUT. -LOUl1cLAM. :
"" *iAi' uri*' *- --- -- N. B. Such County for letters
PITT claims of Disinissory'onthc
*! ''* bitfcisin i( 841 I CS- NOTICE. can presented lo the Admin: estate ol .4 5 C1A..AUu DAVIS Iru..tccs.
Sla ; / A uin ,
/ rrftf-1-1 ,,,(>!(. ( ]. f-.i SK'OO damages; A LL pei sons having claims against the estate of istrator, or to Wm. P. Duvul, Esq., or J. D. Wts James Farmer deceased, late of fcuid couhty, F; JOEPtI2cl.JAhiL. ) '
_t J2L hamucl coLt, jr. Esq., his Attorneys tnd Counsel at Talla J.O.SEARCV IP S
'1n1 VS \ returnable spiins term JSiC.J.l Goulding:, deceased arc required to present hassee. RICHARD SHEFFER.i.xecuLors.* J Djreeibiof the AhusddlccjaLt L nJ Cisu1.- '

itdj. r-X'- .uiiu-hitK-ni fcrtf&OO. ihrm duly anlhfnliatcd, within the lime prescuUd Tallahassee Jan. J8 I83C. 24 Cm i- nyrlcirig to the aCove adrisiuerit, turui pu-., .

Itit r -i- -vJ a.inth.rs imcios'tcd, Mill take I by Ltv, or they vill be-forever barred. Those Eor Sale Rent.ATRACTolLandsituaiedin S-S vaje' ale, m'suelifjtfflntitics as may be anteii, ihc- .
ill 0: ni1 the ls"u' indci'iul 10 tile c lau: are requested to make or trrofLaudmwr "
r V ,,'r i'i -i: :i in (if .itl l s"11 : immediate NOTICE. as I'orbcs'. Purd arc, l liag

bt ""V !.1 'M'-I'.I: | tuaj j i ra"dpl'd; to llui ti IMuivni UEUblSN AWNING, Jefferson county, IX weeks after dale application will Le made to between the. RircrsApilachicola nnd hu -M.irks, ..t.d: ? {
to the statute lZABETH GOULDING. ol 440 acres. 2UJof K extending whlrfn six witesot) Talkihasai-c.
tIutt '- ? in .irttcaso according which is Hammock the Hon. the Court lur the County ofGad? tlcn Iji thutratTis .
>i'il'a ,.'. ..n.' i.icmdrd.. Jan. 1C.li, 136. 28wp'd.ADMINISTRATOR'S: UK) Oak and Hickory, and the for letters of administration the to be TOnrtd some cfihe incst coLon and st1.-

'I 1 ":LhTo \ LsTO a 11 I T jr. .Lt')' for PJaintiu. ballance Pine Land and Swamp, 170 acres is rut down ij.l. i....._.. SI -on- estate of Josciilf "Ttf frtstts ? ,,. flInty. .,* ik.. 11
nd \ 'S Jl&i--
NOTICE. and 150 is mostly under fence with a Dwelling liouse UIiJOIJ. if | uIsic'brph e'fmids
)iirJtUT anrl extensive tracts of ive oak but 4 I
rat Ok
6 __ _-_-_ and out building* attacued WILLIAM N WOOD. ;
-- -- OF i.LUMA'iacbi..em. t.UU.1 1 IX nio/uhs, aficr dale. I ihall present my accounts Feb.6ihl83C. 26 6 w .us piirchaicrs will exumtufc lor lucnibt-hc- paliu- .1

Iuft4 rn. and \ouchers fur a final settlement, and apply to ALSO, lai-itscnptiin| is urmccessaary Thw tiC! c in |)urdi.t-.:
P L Er.lFn'; Jlnb3i, die Honorable, the County Court of Leon A tract on the Auscilla river containing about 430 JAMES JOHNSON DIIlCiE. sers will be the ni' e M for if c town lots )t J mlaiU.5 .-
S county, acres, mostly of first quality and being lev -l. <: >I s ': 4'I'Lic
tthe for a dsch! ;*'rc from the Atlniinis-liotorshipof the Es very D2APER A W fi> TAILOR S
U J11tPl. in ) '. lc ol Jan es IJu hcs diceased'UbiNUY For terms apply to JOHN COIIDES PU1OLEAU. Town or A )pnTarCf Iii 1' situated a; the mouth
4.Iine j.rpk NIL:: ( ( fePd.flt, iflt1 1I; other|l persons interested, F. SIMMONS Or in his absence lo .I.U. SA.ML.LANGLEY. T.JLL.i1f.1iSEE, FL.'! : of ihe run- cj"li.c a'nme name o.i t't. to ge's Ifound, '

U fl1 % 1.1 Lc n i tt'e itilt .t \\ t t 411 .\t1.flIUUCIII September.5. IS.S5 4-Cin Adm'r. Ouhooscc'J opala, Jan. 14 I86.: 23-3m (Next d r wVcr/A of tToiclt,Jeireltr, Monroe* st.) in thc Gulfh of \fcxico.'' It'is Uie&.apo-t ci'Uiu 1U-

La .Ut I I't O tht 4.1.L'.I (2lti k o1 1h' (: u vI NEW STORE IL Mould: repcclfliJly inform his frfends and the vcrs Ch.italsoochti': Flint! Clrn lJ, AIM! chicosa,uit I

'i:' t'.e ; ( % t(41 : 1 hi I\vct-lts.tfiurilaie application will bemad* to public' thai l he Las just turned lioiu the Nor.h ll.cir inuauiry streams, and M ct nut; d with lavilt

I tt 9 ;iI tRl I $ It) I iC it ci 4 I U IOi ;KJ tic llui.; the Joint lor the county of Leon for PROVIS'ON AND GROCERY.: iitik a new and splendid tsu r.r: .cnt uf; GU( 'DS :u : >kr..>r.in towns of Columbus ami Ir viutnn, tuut.viti. S

:..%UI 3" t'." .tlI:: tIs) l 1It.% S Ltue.a la l cis t'i i Admmisiiiiiion, on the tsiale of L'ilunsoi, laic THE subscribers huvc united liu-insctves nnd r the his line. Feeling; giattfu! for the liberal share! i.tpuiroun : iu9t: diair'cti'oftich aid fruih! [1.t itntoi-s: : ii. '

it.t tih&1.f il.aiil counl: ) deceased. ASA MUJMiSUN.Xu. of Peachy ii. Manor, for the purpose of c slablishing c heretofore cxlen-lcd Vi him, tc hopes by strict Ucui6sa, Alal'anrj::: ar.if Hon.'a, 'J he es pu.is Oi coi- 2'Lfl

f i.1.gs: '. L:1:2;: : Eii'F, $.,_iC.htrt.\ : 2.:; Cvv in the town of St. .Marks, a Grocry anl1'rurition : attention, to merit n continuance of lhe same. lii.u: L.i ttt tiae !)Ceiitt'br1' ii.resiIn: js. ,.ti ttl

-- Store Tluir buildings being larc nnd ii e } &u arc! it i ill ttiLt Se.vLej

i ,., ; .J dm in istraior' s Notice.l tonutnodiuus: Lucy likewise propose ntteiKtinf to the .'ltarge and general astorlixtnl r/ i..ults. S. yoa

LI4 l rrib t.i-> llitVIg ci.tims a .unsi the estate of lcciring and Ftncanling ol Goods and Uutmi, to wiJM.'i'wjrCordtJ oiic / : S 'L'nt:1: -in 1cer.1r c Iit
II) .55LI1. O.v ;r \\ liite de ;em :d, are itqmrtd tci present which they pledge Uitmtclve.s to p.\y fci.i-h attention Blue, black, mixed, green, bottle do, ijmsi'ole m.d I t id le' c I'U1l t Lt.v.J L. ,' ,

,. ,. .1icrj4tL; ; \\C \ !! : ] >j jy It> ili.!: Juogc ;h--i4! uii'in tin! uiiiC j'rerri'cd by law, or ihty will as will entitle them to a liucr.il share <'-i patronage drake neck do. London and Golden Brown, Tim. >, S! ir j.i e.i $ jY att.y& i a rd Ci'u. !
.I from iheMcrchanuand
- S. Hi' Li-'ti i Citiiiv! liir ;i ili- \4t ioiiXtfriru'ii.' '1 lii.sc indeliled to the tsiale nre Planters of the 1cuuituiy, and Ada'aJc, mulberry, ccn.cei'edioet! and vuvt'u'.L ILi t .& t.t.: r.e- I
; I
( iii1il 1:1: neighboring cc'.intics of Tlu-ir will S 5 S
Georgia. Drab
V goods purple. and b.
4I wn Petrrtlum for
r uu eO ioi.a' hate ovu- coat
t: i-ismr: j p
o1w p.tynicht.
r.1 i.'fl 4 ii 1 .e cti; I C .
1 : I" sold low for c.u'io.
e As
ublici& .tre: JA.LES .\IcMCLLI.I1e21tar produce. they vi11 citdcav- CASSIMEIS. !.a !jr. tiri! !f'ttt t. : --r yrars, a.t5 S c!

ll.tI, tCC. J1.. tt11fl1'J. C.iSe .. Uin jo.6. 5iG "w to keep on hand a constant supply of c loicc anu inferior diagnal, buckilvin, cii.clcd! and: prlr.lt i.f 5 thuSe. .' L' s_ : ) .t h.r, l.ii .v.i,; v.u ii- : .3
of Giocencs
,iur qualities and l'rovi-ions of "very the richest colors.GOAT'S _i,55. 151 ; : aLtut.I t., '

\\ni.llAIJ-, 1'aekcls between St. Marks S? JV. Orleans.S description, Country Merchants and Pl.tnlcrswilt find IJAIR. CAMPiLETS of various cxor ls1L.i Ii.5ts4..S_ Li : ) uri; tt-, pn I,: '

..1111oia- Adiur's. it greatly lo their interst ic call. Their Store is now for Clojks ar.J Wr. S. ::UI!_. ( Iut th'ry 1't h i* '

.. ii -S7'.I ep1. 1S3. 6ifI The schr. Lady Washing open. JOHN BLAIR PEACHY, ipcr? 0 1'.t.t. idS rC.tI : : 1 .1 i't iru| >'oluiu .'

S ton, M. bwuim, and &chr. Washington, v.I. :b1ANE1L. VESTINGS. .i..d 2a: u. I., nlrb i fir a{ xud io cive ? -

hipiiug ol' Cotton. \ Win. Leeds, will apply regularly thro' St. Marks, Jan. 16th. I?<3G. a.ttfJAMESH. Splendid English figured silk, nVnrcd: sill. Vilvi !, ; z: (.f L>ulid::: s on t.f <.'i' l&<> v.r.f.oMt deltr. nnie.uuu '
:'ronuir(); ] cloth Velvet :
) figured and painted Cha' nutndcU L f- : .
> 55i.tr 'ti'l'I be him ,
t l
. i iheeaMju. COOKE. Si cifrnrcly ; : <>]u-d tt inr> c
. rr I' :Ill STUUtJl..** iUaitonJtn St riMjnn parties, plain and figured AJarbaillt.s! li.o.th'i Cinigs /!\- ._Uo :
1) P
P. H. SWAIM at St. Marks and J.i-nl.tiliIIt i.IOVCII1s ( 5 PD dnun
3u. >iii': >nu* C"i: ;<>. :_-tlic-y: will a'so ndvancc Agents. < 'railahassee.e 5 : s healthy a j/acc <> i us i is to l>euh
i.fifii.d,- , ,'. .> ;., '.':*>'r iir' f.ir rh' :.'n>.iU tunnyi.l / N. W. STILL-WELL N. Orleans. OFFERS for sale, 6'i/ai Secretaries and Hook Ca neLL, expressly for parLs, checked, sti uidj i. ; in any city sutith of Viri.ib.: ts.p.S.i S
: -
I if"1 'I'l > t-lsewlii-rv) nnd will of Dining Tables Bedsteads Muitra&ses inerino Uaserriercs ofdiflerent. i .,
.1 !li!i ti' t i' ; cohiti .to' l St. .* la h
Jioaiu !
ks'; s. at v.1.1!! thvir JSlnrrsiu I'I1.lI,8ser., or St. Nov.-1st, 18J5. 1-tf _ _ Wardrobes, Locking; Glasses, also Pin and description, Linen and cotton shIrts, !.osms anJ .: I cr r:; .a't in j blue;( & clay brtt.au capacious, and is, and!eiM is':!rif eciren-nil S
"T, :v i. oct. .1, h, 11)31) (Sif) G.RDLJ HEEDS Cenlre Tables, wih wood or marble tops i'ideboardsWoikTablcs lai (jum Elastic Suspenders, linen and Lu 1.- ntv. 1L&HU" ite be*. It i.ivs tuo t ,.-. i.u i .- oiic hv*

tl.iBl- .iii: :_._____ Dressing liurcaus, diso with wood or Gloves, merino and silk Ho.'s, hab! do. lambs w i i .i; af s'f, adr.nitii vessels io.
5 rf ; haviu'
_q AtID > KKl S >train the New SeedS ts.
: England ;
TKA:: >UKI-U'.S: NOTICK.TUF. I'u ale marble tops, and every article necessary to fnriiiih aboue. plaid and plain silk Cravats, fancy llandkeichi. i S I ; 1tq. '' iti.o bar a; lt u .vt ft.tt- her l'y.tFii
; it. s> by Which will be sold on terms that will give every description, Nelt Drawers and shirts, L.-. Pass- "
1ir..'. .i n:7.s me_ :_:, GKO. LAXMAN. cnlircsalisfaclion. Jan. 23 1836. 24 9w and cotton flannel da, tivt.Lii 1 having l I'2 j Wl.J feet at lo v uau-r, n.ites.lsdfO .. S
- -- 1 I IL' I ton" hiP'tl.pn u irtr? nf nnv ifitri- .i I I
I \t l AflAJ.I., .ii.4Mii411, i 01.1. j
Y-nn-t: pv'-et1 i'M M qaV.IflIPtr, 142'*, ills |nt.- N O T I ICE.LY NOTICE READY MADE CLOTHING. : ;.!) \\bscls drawing 8 feet l waur usi aily' : i! (iMC

.It 1 B \ul. i! i I'iil.-' .. P .i.. s >'MTU'.t-d i l-y Aiiti II'iic( ES _< I inowih afi r dat. apjilication will he made to Dress and frock coats, Pantalount, ligi rt-it am' S wi.aiics, these of li'i; tVct or :*3'' IC l's' t.ULlicf5 .

) ,. fl..I .1 Ib% ur 3 (II I he ( y (2tt 3 the hnor.,. J-l l the Juiije of i he County Court for SIX months after date we shall submit our accounts plain silk velvet, velcnUa, cloth, silk, s.iiin, arid :pia;nand c.i"'i3\:;; 1 UWba'fsol cotton; -cithii 3 uilc;, of Usiu a
1c, vouchers, as executors on the estate of Hardy figured marsailhs veals. Goals hair Uuinssite t.: jd tliu.5e of COLT( tons take in i :hi.ir
: J'l' 1'i i.f Florida UttdsiU-n letters of rargrwrsv.iiLiu
lh Di.
f lor
'tie -a-ii i '' : v riiinry ; HII : tic ronmy; i:l missory on S S
11 Vickcrs deceased to the Honorable County Court Cloaks and Wrappers -Indian Rubber'ovcjr s>'L\iccii tuftS. hi S stlettf'c ar.cLerare in lie .
A itlI I in I toai, j.
ti-mo.: rb <1iar1er1v rjirh year C"ivmion-,, j lh cs.le! ()John P. iN'caleslate Gadsdcn rounty ** c
.'ni'i I s I Ui: 'iJ| .un.ny, tran :'in! to tin; Truism, ornilj. dcr'd. W. I D. HARRISON, AdmV.Qumry of Leon county and apply for a discharge.JAS. Frock coals Wrappers and Lis, S CuUTjJ. : S < :
. JV1CKERS. Also, a full supply of Silk and Fnrrcd LuttiSOflILI itjectothc oK5.-e Mir: to be .
lt ( t.tKi'ti 1 OcfoiT; : i.tme Jtul;r, a ropy ofll I J.inUl, 1ti36. 4> 6m ncilrtMifct -
WILLIAM W. HART. HATS -CAPS S l ui .17ouutt ta. Uuluett!, Pt-rtr Mrrh'cf? Johu! S
r. I
- i. if r I l-y j'fl1' \vi\\\\\ :!ir. p.ni'Miiu nnd at what ;
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my '* .! .!" "nwrrs :m required to take notice of England, and he will warr.\nJ tJu in lo be oq ual to any I iVp Ufliua-U iLiud Cosu '.-ry ai '11 :itai.ai.Afcr

I1F !iw. api'' r'.ru: io j it t, ftrsiits upon their Bonds ( : LIE signed has anP subscriber re&peciful.y; informs the public brought to this market, he wilKiIso warraii. them to .\jniuiciiic.jjj) ui* tit the ciy; ol'lNew Voi c, to ijcr.jsiiui f

L) .. iV ;> si.'if; I Jii.1ycw < f lir! unlj Courts arc (iii'T 'his .Ageit'lUcd on Patkhill in, THE he will have the P2 41 ?'!LKBl2Q9| be fresh, as they were purchased immediately on the vvutiuev l ."4eri..Uaps. "HI
.a tc'tti i :i if 'VJjy, > ( 'l ''.U&I, putjwily' CrLIL.d I. fact, lo act fur him during lEKD JBiLtnorougny| repaired at.d hated up Tor ariival i of die \i" cket from Liverpool, andconst juently L1.h(1r.IlP.uIC Apal-urliicola, ai d vicmitvt v

.p .1 -.i.- 1 in..& of Att.'ti'Micf r:> in tli< ir j e his al ciuc, while on the 'emin the reception of those who are willing to patron ise not injured by lying on hand lie has iu-liis employ may &aueeiiu1L Llleit.UuMiU,-' pac4- J ,
the best of workmenand
- 1 yiiAHLKS Al'.S'HN, him by the tenth of December next. He pledges himself merit ho wilt make n; It, Nc.sYorkattl.eujticeottlxeTreiccsorcflf.
i i'o 0 x, < i ilion. flf has placed in his hands his' work in the best and the shortest ,r ;\ |
I In'i Tn as'ncr .fllir 1 T'-i-riimv I 'f Flit i.i i i. ; I U" !< >, JN-i.cs.; and A'-ronnis I forsellli-menijand; hopes that every attention shall be paid for the accommodation All orders from the manner at notice. j I tl n. J, ;A''i. White, at Washington, i). C >

I ill it .ill: ni !4-bt O't.I t i i IK nndcrsiirrcd, will call and set- and convenience of his patron. t\csv.21st,1835 country 15-tf punctually attended to. 1i i, < 'K.riesi4>nS.C..ut the otlice ui iiicIiarJ Car .
1: iNOTlCK. A. A. FISHER. nocl'.tiv. :
tit I i ihir t > ;-|nivo! ai-ffiunts jis\soon as possible, and S
ed Vt. iin. '! > :..rr laJi:: I will :i iji.ly] TO I lie I Heir cna t- 1 I. s Attorney i" nx:<:t lhe demands against him. Tallahassee! Nov. 20th, 18"5. 15tf FItESII DRUGS, WINES, I >livnr.n.ir) Gro. P\triIIiai.son.. '/

at JLZt' Iilt C %li..{.'. \> I iii !>. ci.ii'inuco as hcrciofore, under the NOTICE. Instruments C't.u'sI.1 l <, Gi-o. J.Dijiiitxiara iV Cu., l .-j 4 4S

t ">1( iii>ciii: :
i- fj'.i.ccil's..iK-i:( ; iJix'an, li rcjisal, laic I of suid C upon I-'j-k.
I') J LEA I)A VI PC. WILSON. Drugs Medicines and Chemicals. Pure I Abija.i
U .
5, IHlVANa.lmr'tx., Ifi: ..:. ;; 2's. other impiotements on the tract known as Vrucs : Janus tin ci-nrity, or 4
It, JT.V: :* i-.y. l_ ; i SVjil.) 1 SJj. 6 Ifih. $ Purchase; and particulaily from removing, cutting, POUT, MADEIRA kMUSCATELLE F7.V/t S Charks I:, &

y- !)LA F. : i; is,-4 is, r : i .. NOTK i K.r'vll :. destroying, or otherwise injuring the timber on the in bottles, imported specially for the t: v ;! jfKick. -?- I. I'V-rr. oli, ;' Jol-n luntraiuy.l i

. i. S land, unless by special loaxc from ihc proprietors[ or \Vcigi; rid & Sno.vcleirsj superior A :: VTTIXG .\ T !
1 wilf above
i c ;i; i ? Ii.,L .-;, \VSit.-C; { i-- ;'-ix.ui. < cl-o.-1! tinhi t L: <; .- '. .. t zZti1t. BALTZELL, TKEI'HIMNG, Oc->rt.TKicAL, LYE, Iu.Awi' : f f x.cek and'therPriflKr! w-ek until lUc
: 1 i. *, a 1. ; o. ss l: 1-tv. M i.J Kr ;t.j) Stu( > iji-fc.of.i'r al i-rivatt; 3lf i ;; o.- nice: n
Aiu"uis' JS
S S L ::01 i. P.ii-lu'. I5 1llo.l ( "il.V i I j s .J' ','ii < nit e S.s ; 2 (Goi-ilb at M. :\laikt, ljttoiginji' Jptnt: far lite Pmpiietorf.ADAHM&TKATOirs ING, and POCKET INSTUCML.NTS, in CU.M. [ ( wih [\lnuiy, an.! *iid! their hills to liis-otliccof tLc

I .u-. ,! L. 1'V: jre A :>xnr.d-in I' : *:ii ii i< : NOTICE. STOMACH L'mrs and Fires, Silver.I.mOi': : ; ) Uuity* Jid > ciii
J 1.1\ 1-si-i; .-t { *cnj.s' 1':;; IJ.-ivrels P. KC : I lt\\: ;: I \\'n. KCIT.DAM ;< 1X: : monil.s allcr cate I will uiesei.t niy accounts Lancet Cases, :mtl Nurse Tubes, kc.An I ijuct.'ll vJi.:ti iCf, ." ?;. Gactte, I

; .5 i :' 'It l.vnl I, C'<' ,*!(, )l'4l.>: 15rrj d : ; U. :N I'lJiiGF.AdmV i ; : of R. Sturgrs.F.I. 9 and vouchers for final sottleir.cn:, and .apply totleHon. assortment o!' DRIED HKilliS from i Ha- 2;*Juut'rt: Amercan, ChafkaV':: i Conner,

;;, S UmUT, L.<" 1, a'oatnl I l.o r Ciinuis -L Oihi 1f3S. the Judge of he County Com l of Leon, for Shakers-ainuo 'viiich are Leniuu Ijalin: Cili e;>, LvaLsI..Ii ieuri..tu, Istwk- ins Lae, b .

: ;:,S' .i,. ..._.,!.i.iUi-i-jjjsijy LiLU LAMMAN.ADAHNlsTilATOU'sNoTJCH a discharge from the ailmiimirauon of the estate of llysop, Mint, Sage, Sweet Majoruni, Savurv, (,1s.rLni&Li : ushvie: I .rrer. 5,
; .
; Whilchurst
: Willoughby deceased. i'aIiossec; Dec. 30li! -1 tciF
Tiiynie SLC.LIML .
c ;prrs'TiS.: iiidi-bifil: to, the hie firm of Kcrr 4* SARAH WII1TEIIURST. Cellcry, -
JUICE and LEMON Svurp. / :
I- .L ri.uyi.c; jcqin'htcdlo t m.ke; immtdidlc paynl Dec 19lh, IS33 19.6iiADMINiSTRATOR'S S : oiiei. S S.ri11 .
I i In- !lt x; .
Apnj f ,.
ifjuf.t.J.-U> .ii UountvC.Mirt SPICES ofevery kind-Genuine LVDIA Ciur.v. \
'.inst the
And 1 de ls
having ai < a t>amo
In I-/
tpi> (
> iinMpjsi .:n, oI|, A.l.iiiiiMiHiiirffilj NOTICE. srriherreturns! his sinctic thauis to Ind .
CM.U.l French and Prentw's
'IS. ,'.. iii ssC 3i I teii in-\!.\ ; ut iiei.iiexud lo the iubscriviihin English, SoapS and IVr- Iht. in fr the. liter. S
S n- -( ,M. i( in j.jj. ( I ) ? put1ic gi.cral,
( j CSLll! ?: tius: .. r \ ih tin e r-i.ed| : l.y uxw.P. SIX: MONTHS from this date, I shall present my fumery. Mrs. Miller's celebraleil SNUFF. May- lie hasrccciTed'sucele Ls bcais
- "ICl"'l *(tsr i Ult : ; : iMr jLIIIS
im HI uuik.iide .1 to', niidiii.iy administration account of the estate of Allen McGra-
"' Lar j K.ir. x'iui\Vrn. Kerr.i nard & Noye's celebrated LNK and IMC I'own- hr anI snircits (
8 OiilflUtHC LILeLrpaLro.-
u U.f.vfrt.m. iiCC, '
I WlLLIM > X.VL. 1). S; rUIlCIis! AdmV of R. Siurges.Si dy, dec. to the County Court of Leon, and ap,>ly LObe THERMOMETERS, HvucoiiETERS, & .c.E. I : ; I-Ic I:1is jJst rettiricU irota 2cw :or :, aid r: .;
SPRARS ailV., I', I h. 20( 13".C. 28if.NOTICE. discharged thcrelrora. F. B. WHITINGadm'r., g
I- <*&&**._ < \ 7 ] :i. ,.. / .Marks. St. .Marks > 26,1835. 7-Gm U. I'KKKINS. rCCirCh biig SmersCLt dircc irorn at place, .
? __ : cpt. Tallahassee, July 9th, 1S34. [-Idu'] .. geteral nsioriment offall and winter'G OJDS, coi.sis'linguf ..
: Tllcily Hotel. ; the! Ai tides wit s r
Cash Store. foilowujij to :--
A LL persons having demands against Robert Cheap
- I \i 11ALL(this "f'wO11 "M ni. ipsiimcinvowncreliin /%. 6iur c.dce< aed, late of Si. Marks, Leon county subscriber offers for sale low, for CASH only blue:! black; green, drab, iud adclaiJ Bron- IDo.do4bI4itilIcd
r |1r"i'-rt>' to he c-Mitiniicd as a (lot el under will piusciu tiutn duly aulhcnlicalcd within the THE of Fashionable ANDJtitiC6livf Cro.is.! .5 ;
I the i1 n4d ,, variety new and Staple \ { Ptits. ?. Casssiv.crcs, of diflcrent colours, .
inautg' flIiL f .Mr.% ll.inihonTHOMASUHOWX !
1IU'lsjt tune rcqimid bv law to'DANIEL His stock of Goods been S .
Goods. having
,. purchased
C N consequence rf'the nifmeruns'atttpnpls to palm Xn iiioi-fnicilr d'f s.npcr Satiinets. ,
1). STUnOES Adrn'r.St. .
- : n. r J3..C. 22 on the most advantageous terms ; he is confident that I spurious imitations of Rowaml's (tiluablc A cdi- Liucys xitd Fustia. /
tTAXCOI4I4ECTO1'S M irks. Fe1,. 2U I aC.: 28-8vr b5JA
he make il the interest of and others
ran planters to '
cities on the pubhic-hcliasokLerflhifleo confide 'the ? tfriaii I'rii is.. .
SALE. TOWN LOTS FOR SALE.FOR give him a call. He would particularly call the attention sales exclusively to agents in ditlercni parts of the Punucd;:; .Musjii'S, Fancy shavkidauiJktr.'hiefsar.aupef fS1
- I ilALLijM)watsnlc on the fim Monday in private sale, Lots No. 8-2, fli, 84, and 81, ly- o* the Ladies of Tr.llahassce and vicinity to country, front whom alone Ike genuine articles 'caVbe'I Pong< ,''liualnrig aid: Faiicy ,Jili ;, i ir4

p ,. I-iay 'i-1: i. the' (;o>llt I H""S'-dour, I in tintmvn in, the North addition the City ofTallahuss the great variety elegant and fashionable articles, had, and to guard the more efFectually tignins.1 the irufwsijons lies. I ;

ill '' ni t nfttit! l'lcTnct.f Und, l.nmvn; /tjjuy! to" H. J. HACCLEY. which he offer* for sale, as well as the planleis, who ui unauiliorised veiidcs .lie has instructed dyznrde Cjotjnng &c ; Cottini K.T ?;rnr.1: -j ..4tsou

S tuFe1ast:," ai the %vnljrs ;f the Ych I Sill, SiG: : 28tf would do well to embrace this opportunity of supplyinglhrmsclves his agtuts in IJostun, Now, YorK, PliiLdclpljia,* ajjd rgwjirbic.icLfJ, plasd: 4- SI' > Ipt u Dsrus' 1 k

I koi.y Coniuor1, Ciu and t. t Wulcr Crceks uiiti with Negro Clothing and staple Goods, Ualiimurc, lo maJce no talcs! loincfcticnU, and 't/lhtrs ij TJalu Uoirc; blacircaslur! beaver, drub t ar.dVi/>-i Hs

littttji the A1iIidiicoeI4t, | and Lialc Uivc.s or. 'as IN LEON SUPKK10R COURT, at extremely low rates. C. C. WILLIAMS. any of the Aleuicincs tu ic earned SQUtfr/vr sfleti again. .Hats. ..- IS I d* 4 T
1i.U.Iil ;ii the I ; December 5th 1335. 17tf of 'pernict o' article' Imitation S7A Bonnets. cf _
&nprcvcnics' :i S ill be sufficju i L To March Term, 1835. Large qnaniilics a in few dbrcrt! Waleboho _
List; C.uiity 1itts duo' i I ereon for tic N. B. 1 wish it to be distinctly understood, that I the genuine Mixture have been manufactured by Lucius 500 pair'(Rns etl Brogan Sh es.C60j S
4 bt&ts i year Charles llairc, -,. will not sell Goods on a rreditof months. C. C.'VtiT1 Coof lYcrk and 'sent to" S.,
tII'i ed ttiJ ti j i i V 14'.C, Un paitl, I I Ii ct.t.s; S. Comstock & New the :ijd
Liiiig llUr1V.I 1)' the lr titI VS > IS' ATTACHMENT Storage. youth fur sale. The name ofJloiclaitd instcadof-Kovr- i-.cdtlery'z ai.d Laicsrt Wal! rij5Opn'r .S 7/ f rj {

z i'n1t nn&1 the IJi( (it.C.h" 1teIi. Iia Saiibrtrn, ) and, is on tic bottles of'ihc imiialioiu 1'he genuine ? ( rscgr' Blankets! I.iria Hose UIanetsy! &c.

1. elcr i i; : II,J..Ii I; ri:arIii icily Fl, l'Ji1Tt \'crii rR lll l deicntlani, In Sanborn, and nil other per The subsi rilu-r has article may be hud of the lolloping person*, y..o aic CIOSI) Co i'fJca1idY ''Jtt9ini5c& ttjini, iohiand il _

I 1).vid) Ozoleii; 1). it: Ogdn Jarins jL SIIIS( nucicblLd, are hereby notified, thai a writ l.itely finished a hugi- tile uidy Agrntsiu Lists part ot Florida and Georgia S .. '
aj, iJtfeen Iary ol .utaclinicni his been sued out ol the Clerk's Office "S 4 and commodious ColIOM Tallahassee c' f ____
Aiidset S. .1 '' K.: B. Perkins General Agent, ;
Gair'A OC1)1l !d III j.
IC _
S au: S ol Leon Com, in the above staled case, and that they Shed which with his well knour. Wat chouse, William herr ic Co., Thomasvilie, : -J 'kWith'8ivi$' ottmentof Cailcry Cr c .y, ,arul S

, Lc* take j-hcc whhi ,b ??, i.iis, s Tern Cilfclu uru li<:n by u-quircd io appear and plead to the declaration will enable him to house from the vca.lier from SOC James U. Eceles; duincy, i '. .d UibMoiT'Warei.tic. S ? .

liUWKUT FUUUKS< according to the -luiutc in such case made and to lOOt bales. Those "ho may store their Cotton Kcrr fc SuiVlatits, r' ttui;:. ;j-s i.Witli/ns> *y c flier vrticlcs, ,tpq Julions! tq rnenyot -I __ __ _

,' Tax C1 cclor for GaJi dci1 1r'tuJcJ J AS. .i. BERTHELOT, with him, arc assured that every attention will ) o ue- 'J'hornns'AleXiiitier, llicksiown, 'I All oflHcIi.ulrlje.'olO'I-w; [ fr*.' wAsif, cr :.-,-

vI.1fd1, iSs i T-. > County Dec. 12 l-33. I8if Aitirnoy for Plaintifi stowed towards Us safe Iceping.St.Maik Darius illwnvs to., 4jnuxl1o, I ;,ro\ed Ciialu*.. Cuun/jy* ?,lercar.ts! r-\ft he su ). j _

S Jan. M 2JU 'C. W. DORSET, Guiding J5-i*'ulsr.ssndicknsouky.j; -At, sy 1 pitsU aLji.i.tari'ilvai-.ctf c'n sJf: \'cr.-Yorc p'n< ?s/-
S Jfl
Mr G'a/Sc: Superior Court, NOTICE.r Storn rc <$- ( omm. Merchant.NOTICE. The label ok., B. Peck instill be on irthc botlleV r fi'n7ui.ir.c8; !t'atft-jcc{ :, nt'd s.npCctucnor _

I "ctry Gc--, fonji. J JI .. UK subscribers having established a CIGAR ( sold by the above agent's. .. u J S S (jsk Chai-.u loi:, ::,4C. lie wall mck:4T5! _

.4ucbut'j.; Al AN UFAC l'< 'U Y in Gadsdcn Counly, Florida Tallahassee, Jnly7Lh1837. Bjt ntrket .i. _
L uiihiiiiuu miles Qnincy, inlund tu carry on the THE 5ubscribcr, respectfully informs the public, __ S I 'r -t J t.Hg .-4.i t. .riu.3z.i.: tiiV.XL_,.
(: he has taken the siore: immediately opposite _
; <-u*.n< ss cxiciiMVt-ly ; ihcy will fulfil orders ct the where COTTON iJ4GG1N.U1N .iertio S *' J S3r i -Ujj S S
Messrs. and Aumm he-has '
: Hayward just S -
e : zii;. zihJI' ,iiarI est n .tic : Any quantity: Jiom h fifty to one hun- ; : : .
V.5&rj S ,penetl nn extensive and choice assortment of season :I :; :. .1.pnrclnsiL .
Uu-uJ/cd And
dtrd l hitu-iitJ fun be : they
ll.aj.'td(41 able goods, consisting of DRY GOODS[ ReadyMade THE SUBECR4BEwiibeantissorirucnti suppIie 1t1 S the c'rItre
L. tlu< fcUct. tnai iluii' Ci;_.ii-s canmil be buqiasscd, if
Clothing, Baud Ware, Grorerir, China, Glass otrsj selected icts.,
lirst tGt> byhirb eii forr tiviarkei iIItee:4:
Khuida rate
a1)ZCJrs l | horn Fatisf.'cory evidence that tqa.tcd, y any u.a.Jt m having and Earthen Ware, Hut, and Cop*, Booia, andhhoc* imil ofleieu 1ursalcoaetsonabi'rcii\is' as 'ii 4iS S
Ilavana and the North and t'Kxl ma- ,
C kniilli the Jfridais' Henry W. IVcblrsi ; terjl.* 1 kiieeil liom JOHN SMITH 4CO.. Saddles, and Bridles, Tin W.irc Drn s, -c. All f heretofore for cash, viz i W S pJi Euii'ty iii thiphact.4iojlj; ; 1i LflJI'f'
Dci'Ja'n WaVa do reside inrei be sold low lor cash.
not which will S Cast5 iron liuaiuel.ed i Pot Ware -Ehgr H Svr sand -
October 24 1835 lltfr
lint >'dc ln Ulc 8Ullt: of Alabanin nnd THOMAS HAYS. S C flt _
LHbLIiu: It Atnerizi1r.ft1'SaHdeIsuus Ca.>, and Machincjues iiiCnL 01 Gnoos eectc&t isv hiinii : S __ __
is Ihtrelarc ordered tlut iln Tallahassee Nov. 28 1835. 16-tf S
'wrtI, e I they aj.jieai r NOVICE.; ee--S1et LunuizsndNiURuthHouj ---- : SHI
t S. S -ICL 0, F'jund" GaJ len B /!!' subscribers lt.iviug qunlififd as Executors ,of STORAGE! STORAGE! STORAGE at ieduccttpri e at r.tar!, at ut1C S
Counly sitU Chan-
*ryon.. ) bt tjri. ( flg in ;S SL Die last Mill aug itsuwesitofG41rey Stephens addition to. his old ware-house the: _
liVrall e day of the$ next Term uli Lah ursl.-Iua umjuic.-, tCo4
.cUurLi lie ()Gadtk.cn rou do hereby notify all f
: nu : ; ly.
& i answ r.tlu: hill CMJjy the Complain- claims ag.iinsl lhe U subscriber has re&nt1yerected a spacious build Luank Wirfovrtid Vu 6F War e";5 '4 ::5r. t; I __ _
; having
*Oj&.1:1: 0
--fe) M) S 1914m"HiyEriCQ tinus prescribed: by law, or they will be barred ore- M'CARTY.' S 1 '5 ,. ,5 t
Marks December J7Uil83l. : tt1in Wu
St. tit re- -2 perm
.S- ct.vey. .. '
rNOT E' All perSonS indebted tothosaid ettatc, are requested NEW GOODS 11IL tIiitit-

Sr ? afltrdlle'UhaUaPiily10 ihe nMj to malic immediate paytnent.Lu. Saddks-Ua Mft11a&4p5M-UVy ob-

Jj.! gB <41*? C4nly k'ourt of Leon C. STEPHENS, ) Vrtrm S. MILLER has just received a con pie te Str Drugs, Paints and Oils-SioegiJi. rn, &lass anCkiaWaf&Qrt4a1
isual. .uu:
I S. U. STEHENS, { STAPLE & FANCY &&QB&, which h(- ,-Cation..- -l.r4hcI- -. us. p TTO? ,
deccawd. n.26t IL 31.,STEPUENS. E'rx. will sell lov for Cash, Cotton or approve .credit, p fJ4 'feateoit'l5ia'AutrjH3Uit.1t Sirt 193& 12-if for l8f5 *3 i 11 r s .A
iuiocy FeUbtblSJC. 27.8w5S *ijtitte, pctt-ber ,
I .
S I 9 ij ffUJfp ;. :t> Vittttb} 1iJ, vt" uCH Oj .: I.i-i.Idzi
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p.L .c iiii : dS -JodisS .I tMiV
S a j .j $ A
:tv42 ilvut. :

-. 4. ? .j ..i, .. lS _' Ja"a .. S h 1 :tIy1jTt: $ ( ,)31fl I fr.i1dNi oJ uic3 a'r tJ
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.I, 1 i" -- l" .t. : ', .trCOU1.'l'V ,i". t. ne hate to _
11 r ake
. : \-- I An set in authorize William M. Loi\on tsli\1isb Ii.f. '-rl" rtjljltpwiiations migt er f 'r
'f' ; &usof tht Bend, An\o'ait Al Vtezf4tCavfims : to a ign, why lrk has IH,t been Ue sD I .
of ,
the Eastern tit. .Audrewtsflay. tsttj: .
: e t;: Proceedings of the Legislative Council.Continued acnwa ann : ; tAn 'f 5tJ'1 1roeay t.1 : .,-' '''". to coirtract, and received in reply a !
r. act to amend an act entitled "an act to amendan: act F:4: -smmunjcatjjj i m
, t.' and nii1itiaof the TeN PEkf njamlPA. Putma ,George L..Phi1ips; which is herewitli: submitted. tar.
't. horn fourth 1 entitled an act to organize regulitethe
!: [ Pfe> COUNTY. The committee feel! it due to the
of council
A bill) for Skaw was ritory of Florida, and to repeal an acl passed 1st day to .
'f. entitled; u act the relief of Eliza M. Allison opinion that diligence has tprt
the Court. A.. K. proper no: been r
f tJ.: read the third time: the yeu *nd nays beinr required on its.pts- 1832, and for other purposes.: Judge oj County- B. Wood E. W. inent of the! contract by tbecontractrs buuhecomnS used fufi.! ..
. Port Warden ,
sage by mes.srs. Brown of Columbia and Berthelot were Yeas An act authorize the county court of cambia county, 'fir J1ppalachicola-D. ; ,
-7.r ;. rnr. President, mestrg Blount, Burritt Dennis, Downing, Duval, to admit to probate the last will und testament of Antonio Vil! Doubleday! ,.Nelwn Hawley,E., Wood, James Blui ck. lug of opinion! that the Governor. is /esied, by the ict o t **
r ". Hisginboiham, Hunter; Johnson, Kenau.M'Cants, Morton, Ramsey verde deceased. Port Wardens for the City of St. Joseph'*.-\\ :1rlmm Crumn- last council (approved, F Februa/y Uth 1835) with ** '

..4 .Smith, Walker and Wood-16. Ways messrs. Bertbelot, An act to authorize a county to be called Dade county. well, H. R. Wood, Robert Beverage, Hezekiah Smith, Thorn power to enforce its do net think that any IUf' l

t..i Brown of Columbia, Brown oi Jackson, Holloman, Macon, ATNeil An act in addition lo an act entitled .' ati act to estnhHsli; ) &. as Bertram. action oo.the part of this Council is fur
tg and Tabor-7 So said bill U passed. ordered that the title regulate the rales of Pilotage for the St. John's and Nassau Notary Public.-Warham Crumnwell, H. R. \\ ood I AH of which is respectfully submit lecer..
.'/ be a? above st ted. Smith Joseph B. Lockey, JACKSON
. Justices the Peace.-Hezekiah MORTON
; ." The House in committee of the whole took under considera river. ? ,
; Which Chaina
. : ;z tion, a bill entitled, an act to amend the sereral acts concerning An act fo- the settlement of certain claims therein stated Hamliu V Smell, Orin Marsh, Phineas Laprade James Evafts, was read and concurred in.

J'' morigr.gis," alter some time spent therein, the committee rose, An net lo repeal an act to authorize John M- Wright to establish Willi.im Davis, Ira Scot. mr. Smith from the select committee to whom was T

..4; ':r-r and mr. Wood therefrom, reported said bill with the enaring a ferry on the Ocklocknee t liver. .Auctioneer L S Chittonden. a bill entitled "an act to provide l.r the more

I .. I : clause stricken out ; which report was concurred in by the House. An act amend the several acts nnw in firce relating to HILLSBOKOUGH COUNTY. fer.ce of the Territory of Florida, reported a tfectualj

4 ; 4 His Excellency the Governor transmitted to the House the following roads high ways and bridges. Justices of the Peace-William Bunce, John Warren, Joshua iherefor a bill an act to pravide for the

t, U., communication; An act for the relief of James Siewnrt. Stutiord. tual I defence of I the Territory of Flu;fa bndfir l the more tt

't EXECUTIVE OFFICE 1836. An act to incorporate the Pensacola Steam Saw-mill; compa MONROE COUNTY. volunteers of said territory, employed in thai defence1*

r..t 5th February, f I ny. JOHN H. EATON. Justice* of the Peace--Lewis F Breaker, Amos C Tift, report was concurred in and said bill was read he second\llkh

:_;. To the Legislative Council Which read. \ Charles: M \\ells.I and ordered for a third reading morrow, tune
The following bills are returned to you, one entitled, an act tq was (
,1,..;' prevent trespasses and depredations on lands within the jurisdic- A bill entitled, an act for the relief of Ihe Central Hank: I lucliolleas-Julltl P Goliiwin, William: H VaIh. mr. fKoml from the select commit .'e lo whom was

.. lion of Florida." of Florida," wa read the third lime und pa sl.d. ordered that DADE COUNTY. the petition of S. B. Shelton, reporte.1.I a hill entitled, r lr

... This act is amendatory of a previous act on the same subject. the title be as before stated. Justices of the Peace-JFiliiam Cooley Lemuel Otis, IVm I to divorce Sarah B. Sheltun, ,the sets and nays bein?"li.ac

,, 4. By the former net passed in 1834, a tax in assessed upon cattle A bill entitled, an act supplemental tn the several acis relating lVllitel'l'' : ccl on concurring with said report( bmessrs.. Brown Ilir.

: straying into Florida across the line from Georgia. The act of to the Bank of West Florida," was taken from 1 the I orders .Auctioneers-IFm Cooley, JFm H Fletcher, Wn\ JVJliteI lumbia end Johnson were Yeas mr. President, "tfr
Congress, which declares that no higher taxes than is paid by residents I Brown mer
: Colunihia
heath Brown
; of the day : mr. Duval moved to Pst t IfIIIIJt'| tile consideration of ickson, "
non-residents for-
their shall be :
..#: bids this on course,property and puts, aside the imposed legality upon of the act. The, bill of said bill until the first day of September, next : Ihe yeas I .\* lanJ l'llblic-Charles HoweESCAMBIA Downing, Higginbutham,llidkniian, :'Hunter, 1acnl.AICal

: before me which authorizes a forfeiture of all such wandering es and nays being required on said motion hy :ii.esMS. Morton & I COUNTY Morton, Ramsey, Stnitri, JValker Jiul JVnud-I. *

d tat!'. IK of the same character, substantially subjects the property Brown, were Yeas mr. President, nle!srs. Berlin-lot, Dennis, I Judge of the Couniij Court-Charles Evans messrs Berlhelot, Jlhll nnKtrtr", M'Neil : -5 Nayl,. J

of our neighbours to penalties which do not attach to our Downing, Duval, Higjnnbolhain, Hollomau! : Hunter, Johnson, I Justices of the Peace-Samuel Patterson, Elijah Giylor, said report is concurred in, and said I ill was read the S

I fe uwn. Retaliation and reprisal will be resorted to, and strife and Kenan Macon, M'Nril and! \V lod-IS. Nays messrs. Bloom David J M'Cravy, Benjamin F Kennedy, Joseph Forsyth, second times (the rule being Waived) nd ordered for frt a thy

_.r, angry feelings may be the consequences of such a measure. Brown of Cu..imbia, Brown of Jackson, Burriit, M'Cants, I Joseph E Cam, Henry J !IFiggins, John Hunt. reading to nay.nor. .

i i. t::. ,ai.:,An act respecting the hostile negroes and mulattoes in thee, Mnrtnn. Unm.wv. Smith. Tabor ami Walktr-10. So said Insutclors of Lumber-Hanson Kelly, Francis de la.Kua, Berlhelot; from the committee !,) whom-, wnt--- .p".H..i .
I I f--'. emmOJe* war. motion prevailed! ;and said bill is lost. Port Wardens for Pensacola- Kelly, John Campbell, hill entitled ''an I acl lo pitrols of ..nl \
1 i ;|r- 1 he policy of this bill is of doubtful import at best, the troops regulate lie Ihe'rrritIF'
I A bill entitled the East Florida Silk Henry Michelei John B Foster Charles Le Baron F'Ioriiia/ '
1 ,. being in the service of the United States, all prizes and captures an act to incorporate reported as a : ult' the elir I & 'J
-1* must belong to, and be under ibe direction nf th. g n..l "r rnrnent company," was taken'up, mr. Duval moved to postpone the Jluclionecr-demonl Ramos act lo repeal an act concerning patrol, passed Ftbruar?

.. ;,>j But the council having enacted it, I shall not call its policy I consideration thereof until the first day of September next : DUVAL COUNTY 1834 and for other (purposes," which 'por was concurred. eeL j ia

4 in question I the yeas and nays being required on said motion, by messrs. Justices of the 1'eacJohn Price, John Broard. George hy the House, ali said hil was read a second i hue and ordered
According1 at she commencement or the 5fa line or the lstsec- Dawning and Duval, were Yeas mr. President, messrs. Berthe Flemming Kobert Biirelow! Rufus Gregory, for : third Trading on duy.

,;. tion1 I recommend an amendment, and the adding of the words lot, Brown of Columbia, DennN Downing Duval Hijrgiuboiham Notary Public-John 'IFarrendutlioiieer Certain resolutions offered oh yesteirlay'hy
.11 4' by the of this territory." I am unable to perceive the mr.lnrlon w
; .+* force of troops the council claiming for this territory (exclusively) cap- Holloman, Hunter, Johnson, Kenan, M'Cants and -John /barren again: taken up, and un.cnded on his n otion'hy
4 M'Neil-13. Nays messrs. Blount, Brown of Jackson, Bur- Treasurer of the Territory-Charles Austin in I lie, first resolution and strikinallrOI
t. .* lures whi h ma be made by other troops than their own, disagreement inserting "IVo"t in place of h.i
. ** and jarrs might arise from such a course. :. ritt, Macon, Morion, Ramsey, Smith. TahorValker and Auditor-Thomas Brown also hy striking out the words East Florida" in

. '-- 3d. An act to authorize the guardian or tutor of the minor heirs Wood-10. So said motion prevailed and said hilt is lost. i Commissioner ff the Tallahassee Fund-JFillis Alston! resolution, also : blank in the third resolution, was in like sa'd .

.; of Jayene Fontenals and Vila to sell and dispose of the real estate Sundry resolutions reported by mr. \Vnod in relation to the Very respectfully met filled up with the words I five hundred" when said mDJ
::.t.';. of the said heirs within this territory, and Portrait of General Washington were again read : ihe Yeas Your Obedient Servant, luiioiift were read ; tineyeas and being r<*>-
'i- 4th. An act to authorize the guardian and tutor of the minor and Nays being required: on the Downing* nays required on uje
passage, by messrs. JOHN EATON : ol said resolutions, by Dennis
heir of Daniel E. Burch deceased) to sell the real estate of said passage mesjrs. and Smith
.. and Johnson, were Yeas mr. President, mtssrs. Beithelot, Whereupon the House went into secret session, and advised Yeas mr. President; srs. Beriheloi B'ount
: also Brown :
: lor of
her within this territory, other purposes, are return- Ol CI
ed. Blount, Brown of Jackson, Burritl, Dennis, Duval, Holloman, and consented to the nominations therein made, when: the door lumbia, Brown oi" Jackson, Burrill, Dc-wninjr, Duval, HWm

.i'? I tibject to these bills and all others like them, because it is a legislation Johnson, Kenan. Macon, M'Cants, Morton, Ramsey, Smith, was again; opened. h..thim: Hunter, Kenan: M'Cants, M'Neil, Morion, R31
':j. upon the rights and property oi minors who are not represented Tabor, Walker and Wood-18. Nays messrs. Brown of Columbia i The House then adjourned until to morrow at 10 o'clock. I Smith, Walker and Wood-18. Nays me srs. Dennis{ J0.[ '/

:. b'lbie' y"ui; and who not being so represented, may belt Downing, Higginbotham, Hunter and l\1'Ncil-5. So I son and Macon-3. Si I said resolul'ioi s are passed.

injured by that legislation which professes to benefit them. It is said resolutions are passed. Saturday, February 13. The House then proceeded to the eli ctinn of commlsslonerj
,.J.! true the bill provides that security shall be given; but in ten or fifteen The House went into committee of the whole on a bill entitled authorize by said resolution* when L.
years, and so many years may elapse before they attain to full "an act providing for the more effectual defence of the I The House met (pursuant to adjournment, a quorum beingpresent : Downing, members of this House, dec'ared' &Chas
( age, the principal and Mirities may not be found; or if found the I I the journal yesterday's read. weie duly elecred
J Territory of Florida' after some time spent I therein I the I committee proceedings I mr. President laid before tIle House he
: hp.e of years, may have exhausted all their funds. rose, and mr. Blount therefrom reported said bill! to the The following; communication was received from His Excel- following execintirmcsages ;
.1 Wherever the law gives relief, legislation should be avoided.
1 : I tine Governor
4. In cases of the character before me, it is presumed the courts of House with amendments ; which were coiicurred in, and said lencv : EXECUTIVE

:.' equity in this tenitory have lull and amrle jurisdiction; aadwhenYV bill was read the second time, and on motion of mr. Smith ordered EXECUTIVE OFFICE- Feb-uary OFFICEl] I

: ever the guardian shall bow that the interest of the heir will be to be referred to a select commit tee : niess-s Smith,Morton February 13th Ib36 J To the Legislative Council : '

| .**+ advanced by 9 sale of any real estate belonging to him, it is in the and M'Cants, were appointed ihereon To the Legislative Council : cI norninaie) to the council James B. t

M :J:'i. power of ihe courts *>o to order it, and greater security to his rights The House resolved itself into a committee of the whole on I nominate lo the Council : Maryland, commissioner to take the Lntimer, ni r
r( in this course will be found than by adopting a system of special bill Charles Austin, to be treasurer ) acknowledgement and
a entitled an act to incorporate the St. Joseph ,
.-r. legiilation. Thomas Ol f.FI lllldaWillis proof of! the execution of Deeds, Mor gages and iher conveyance -
Brown In be audiior
the Florida company, alter some time spent therein, the committee rose, 5 of Linnds Tenements 4 Her
i [ 5h.; An ar.lln incorporate Insurance and Bankingcompany = djlimenrs lying & being -
Alston, be commissioner of the 'I alla
and mr. Burritt therefrom reported said bill tn the House amended to lnasee Fun nd. in the Territory of Florida and of
.f..: : any teller of
On se'eraoccasioM\ t have returned : which report was concurred in, and said bill was JOHN H. EATON.On contractf
:: { objected to containing attorney. or any wriliug under seal, to t le used or recorded t Ic
. f.> likr this a pi'ovisiun'h ch authorizes corporations to deal unlimitedly reid the second and third time (the rule beiii.r waived) and which the House went into secret session, and after having said rritorv. OHN H. EATO.V. '

(,,,. in real estate. The council have several times placed be. passed : ordered that the title be as before( stated. advised in said nominations and! consented lo the two first w EXECUTIVE OFFICE.?

r[[ ];. fore me, for approval bills, containing similar provisions, and The House resolved itself into committee of the whole on a t the last t was laid on t the table ; i the doors were again opened. February I3ihi83ti J
ti which they have been informed, 1 could not sanction. I cannot bill entitled the' Bank of St. Wood S
an act incorporating Joseph, mi. I'rCH'lItccllhe petition of Sarah; B. Shelton for a To the Legislative Council :
conceive it to be iu accordance with the
<: ot
principles our

after some time spent theiein the committee rose and mr. Du divorce, which referred lo select .
uas a CiO1ifliiIttmiies"rs. 1 r.omiiinie to the council < the
;' to permit cuaporatc bodies, unlimitedly and unrestrainedly: ; to act
;1 1.. to buy and sell, and trade in real estate ; governments less republican ral) therefrom reported said bill to the House amended : which Wood, Morion, Downing and Brown of Columbia; ,'were there of! I ilip 15ili Jiinuiiry, James b. Bell, in >e' rcaLJ, and Samuel

';;;' than our own, have conceived it to be of a dangerous tend- report was concurred in, and said bill: was read the second ncl :>n appointed, with instructions to report l h.bill. or oilifiwiM". B. It iclii; r.Is' u, hi he lieuteo.int I colonel i !, ami. Asa TtWISuJt>

'4-v." ancy, and have restrained the power; I cannot consent' to adopt third time (the rule being waived) ; the yeas and nays being mr. DUll; offered i ihe following re olllti..ns : Ill inij'ir, in :ull'r' I the 13ih regiment, romposed of nine CVUO- ]
.* any different course, and therefore return the bill to required on its passage by messrs. Brown of Jackson and Ta- llcsolved the Council; That
: .
; : you rejected by Legislative our Delegate be nf
._* enurel". hnr.,_ --P.--.... V-. ..._... ...... .o-...:,!"... '''U'' n ._.i.i... o_...? ..i __.... ...1. I. '_ __ _' ., .' .. lie">. i1"li"lf! ant Hamilon.o JOHN H.- E/- 1 ON.
''' 'U''' ,
IUUIUUI'Il VI"\II "I it:( 10 ooiuiii .
m mr i ne
jiUIUII uppropnauoii jJHiuuiiny m uic ici : consented to me nominations mere.nil
:01(: 6th. An to authorize the Governor of the .llue Ht".1ec llc
act of Florida Columbia
Macon ritory, a condensed revised code of the Statute Laws of Florida coriijiiiifj iu
; secret session, when the <'oor was again ojenJ.
;F raise Volunteers for the defence the South
to Eastern
t.., is objected to. Frontier -'I' M'Cants, M'Neil, Morton, Ramsey, Smith Walker and Wood and that the I Governor explain to our Delegate I ihe cause and Tlie House in committee of ihe whole! again took under consideration ,

f p. 1. Because it contravenes an act of Congress of 1829, which secures -i -16. Nays messnsi. Brown of Jackson, Duval, Hiirginbmh- reason why a f future application becomes necessary ; if said appropriation a bill entitled, an ad for the, cenivensatlun vt ike
am and Tabor-4. So said bill la i
t. to the qnalitied voters of the territory a right to elect their I passed : ordered thai the be obtained the Governor be authorized to contract members and officers of the and lor other "
it, military officers, after the mode to be pointed out by the legislature -, title be as before stated. I lor its compilation and the priming of the same. Her some lime spent counci' corn-nittee purl'Oe and icr. \

l:" ; and 2dlv, because the territory is not in a. situation to bear The House tn committee of the whole again took under consideration Which was read and ordered to be placed among the orders Biirritt therefrom reported progress, and asked leave rot to sit a- t"

so heavy an expense as this bill contemplates and which cannot a bill en'itled, an act lo amend -an act to incorporate for a second reading to day. g-iin, which rep )rt was concurred in by the: House. '
it be less than forty.five or fifty thousand dollars a month. a called the St. Andrews and Chipola! canal Wood '
t. company company mr. from the committee: on Banks made the following The House under leconsideranoi. the iwiiirbills I
Doubtless it is intended and expected that Congress will provide ," passed the third day of February, 1832, alter sometime report : I' took : !
': the means of compensating this torce, but they might refuse to do spent therein the committee rose, and mr. Morton[ there- The committee on Banks to whom referred tlrllet rejected, or fir amendment, by ths Governor, viz: .
; .J atfd then ;.ncurrrd expenditiw would be was the annual An act lo amend an act to prevent trespasses and depre-
: .so, :
every properly yours said bill the House
reported to with the clausestricken
:.. moreover they might and probably would insist upon their priviledge enacting statements of the Union Bank of Florida, the Central Bank of dmions I on lands within the jurisdiction Flardia : the yeas
.:. out, which report was concurred in by the House, and Florida, and the Bank of Pensacola leave )1 .
to decide and determine for themselves what description of said bill is k beg to report: and nays being required on the passage said bill in opposition
i. force >hpuld be employed, and at what rate of compensation and >st. That upon a careful examination of! the several statements I to tile of the Governor were Yen messrs. j'
t t' for whai period of time. To me ii seems to be a species of legislation A bill entitled, nn act to amend an net to regulate proceed (hereto: appended) it appears that the affairs of those inslitulioiu : Berthelot, Bloom objections, Brown of Columbia; Brown of Jackson, ;

W ; which Congress, not this territory, rightfully may enter upon'rl' ings in Chancery, approved Nov. 7th 1823," was read the 3d :. $ ) have been conducted wilh distinguished ability, and the Burritt, Dennis, Downing, HiWinbothani! Hollomar, Hunter,
In cases of sudden and pl'e.-sing necessity, a state or territory may time ; the yeas and nays being required on its passage hy.mts.us committee have no hesitation in saying that they entitled! Johnson
are Kenan M'Cants !Moron Smith, :
tX liNeil, Ramsey, a
t field.
call the The constitution the
to laws and Duval
troops principles and Downing, were Yeas me !r-. Blount, Bur : to the confidence of the public.
a of safety und of self-defence authorize it: but u must be done and itt Dennis Duval Tabor, Walker and Wood Nays rir. President, m r.t:
Johnson) Kenan Macon. M'Cants Morton
;I the forces be organized after the mode and manner directed by \\Tood-l0. period has passed, required bv law, for the Banks Duval and! Macon-3. So said bill is passed, by the required
; the of of I ITU. and Nays mr. President, messrs. Berihclot, of Ibis territory to make their annual statements lo the lawful J
act Congress lor organizing ibe militia; or else what \ executive ; majority.
I': is done, will he a utility as it regards the government of the United -, Brown of Columbia, Brown of Jackson, Downing, HiggiMbothnrn to be by him submitted: to the Legislative Council, iwo A bill entitled, "an act the hostile negroes and G
States. The laws being adhered to, the United States of: M'Neil, Ramsey, Smith, Tabor and! \alkt.'r-ll.I So new Banking; institutions have commenced operation, (viz :) mulattoes in the Seminole wara," amended in conformity

i t course, will become liable and chargeable with all incurred expenditures said bill h lost. !the. SlJlthel Life,Insurance. and_Trust. Company, ,. located at to the slestion.nf the finvrniiir. and rend the third time
!t" of the war, but it otherwise where any course is pursued A bill entitled, "an act to amend an act to provide for f the oi. and ommerciui Dank .
Florida (
Augustine tie ul at Appa- and passed ordered that the title be before stated..
t' .4 which their laws do not authorize and sanction. more effectual collection of the revenue, and lor other lachici.la. The have I ; as i
C. establish purposes committee; every reason lo believe that: I A bill entitled, "an act lo authorize: :h or tulorofi
7ih. An act to two superior courts in Columbia | guardian
county was again read and ordered for a third reading on to I those I institutions I I have commenced <
is objected to. Because the number of persons residing theree morrow. operations t upon a soli< i Jayene Fonlainuals and Ylla to sell and dispose of lie real estate -

., t I .. is small, and the labour and lime required,on the part of the judge mr. President laid before the House the Executive have basis,the and from I the high characters of the individuals who. of said heirs within this Territory." ind .
following I
? them it
will be more than he can well bestow. management is confidentially expected: I i A bill entitled, "an act to authorize the guardian and tutor
8th. In the act to incorporate the city ot Key West, in the 9th wessage : that the will have a tendency to increase the money t facilities I I of the minor heir of Daniel E. Burch deceased, to sell the real ,
section and 9th line, from the bottom, strike out the word ninth, EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ? of : country, and preserve a healthy and sound circulating I I estate of said heir within this on motion of Ie I
:,. and insert sixth''; and in the 10th line, strike out the words "10a. Tallahassee, Eeb. 12, 1836. J medium. I Blount Territory, were
tax and regulate the introduction of foreigners," with such mat To the Legislative Council : The committee have understood that mr. indefinitely postponed. h
ters Congress only' has a right to interfere. 1 nominate the the commence I A hill entitled i I an act to incorporate ll e Florida Insurance Paul (,
following gentlemen to the ment of the Iresennt session, the Farmers Bank of Florida being '
: JOHN H. EATON. respective offices attached their Banking company, was taken up ; tIe yeas and nays
lo names. inlfiuied its
by charter located a
lo t M'arianna i
And thereupon, on motion of mr.Blount, it is ordered that the LEON COUNTY. h a in Jackson I taken on its passage, in opposition to the Goverlr's objections
rbills therein mentioned and returned county, has gone into operation, or rather that il has notes in : ; ,
I' be reconsidered. rejected, or for amendment, Jtutict$ of the Peace.-Sanuel H. Duval, Robert J. Hack- circulation : whether the Bank has an.d rejection were Yeas messrs Bcrthelot! Blunt :
;. I. The House then took a recess untill five o'clock P. M. ley, Turbutt It. Betton, John L. Vickers, Henry Bradibrd, I tions of its chatter, Ihe committee cannot learn. requisi I I I Brown of Columbia, Brown of Jackson, ,llrrin'Denms, acoD, j ohI

.., Zacharia Hart, Arther Macon, Nathan Vickerp, John Havis, diligent inquiry has been made, the committee Although ,I fling, Duval Hifrginboiham- Hunter, Jofr son,Ken3D,Walker l
cannot I I
' At 5 o'clock P. M. a quorum being present the Howe pro William G. Ponder, John bIerVilliam Hilliatd, Nathaniel : that the officers and directors reside within the M'Vals, l'Nell, Morton, Ramsey, Smith.Tabor and MI .,
'1 ceeded to business. Hamhn. I Territory of 1 -19. Nays mr. President and mr WoodADd si <
Florida, or that even the office of the institution is within Jack
Mr President Port Warden St. Markt. I I passed hy the majority required by law. f
laid before the House the following mea- -John G. Putman. Soil county, on the contrary they understand from different A bill fthTerdwry
dudionetr.-Frat.cis entitled, C an act lo authorize lie Governor lI
Bage, from the Governor sources butted to consideration that the
whole of th* '
., operations of of Florida, to raise volunteers fin the defence
EXECUTIVE OFFICE COUNTY. tine Bunk are conducted in Georgia, and that the officers I I (
and I South Eastern. Blounl'iudd'nilely
I Judge Frontier, was on motion of nir.
Tallahassee, Feb. 1Z, 1856. J of County Cowr/.-Joseph MJCants. directors) reside some where in the vicinity of Macon, in that I postponed. in
To the LegilaiJve Council : :1autiu. cf' the ce.-\Villiam Budf enjamin: 1\fanning, State. ThE committee cannot think .that it is and
A bill eniitled. "an eslabliih! the
act to
Ballrry Whitehurst : proper two erms ff ,
I !have signed and filed with the archives of the E. Blackburn William, Cornelius Beasky. arthv'inn, Etias that the corporate franchises of the institution should be exercised nor Court in Columbia county," was taker Ibr Sup.lb e
executive department !1Je following acts : WALTON Gorman, George Johnson. i m that manner, and they deem it but an act of duty to raton ; the yeas and nays being taken etrn in opposition e

; An act lo change iht! county eat and place of holding the Jutttcet of the Peace. John COUNTY. I sine people of Florida'; and the adjoining States to advise them to the Governor'sobectilns ; were the m'.. President I II
M. David Yes
superior| and county courts of tne poudJv of Franklin, and for Peter H. Steel, James Vaughan Richard J. Compton, to be ware of the notes of the Bank. The committee recommend Bertheloi, Blount! Brown of Columbia, Brown of JackjBurrill '
other purposes, approved 17th January, i i35*. Gillis, Neal M'Pherson, Angus Turner, Swain that legal steps be forthwith taken to compel f'rfetureami Dennis Duval Himmiholham, Hunter, John>on, K*

.. An act to Organize a Regiment in Franklin emit?';'; te bf M'Rae Williams, Alexander M'Leacl.NASSAU Campbell. John L. M'Lemore, surrender of the of the charter, and for that purpose propose" the nan, Macon, 1'Cant8, l1'Neil, Mort-n, Tjhnr, Walker.iw

; called the Eleventh Regiment, ap. 19th January, 1856'. I I COUNTY. adoption accompanying resolution. IVood-19. mr. 1 And sail bill is passeo 6J

An act declaring the Eftinfeeno liver, in Washington coun I Justices f the "ae.-.Jo lh R. Prevail, Respectfully, '. i submitted**E *J. : the majority; required by iaw. I "
; WOOD ,
:. ty, a navigable stream, ap. .19th tfflhuary, 1856. John James Sparkman, A Disentitled, ":n act to incorporsle the :ity of Key West,
D. .IJher
An act lo authorize the sdle of the real Braddock, : Middlejon, Daniel Chairman of committee on Banks. was taken t lor amenied in conformity &
estate up
;J", Goff drCfaKfiL. urt. 19th Janturv I AM Thomas Vauphan.. Francis Rudnlnh.. I l?/>!n/iW.., That the alliirnpv iIi,_. ITo_ ;,..l it''D-r._ .1.- ..'t..L __ _. .reconsiderticJn'anll.__ u___ .__. t-l _.o.rrta
: -'- of--- -
i'!. An act noncerniug the eeCu tle-ta8 JACKSON COUNTV. I district ot.west Florida, be requested. andrequiredm' instiiuie lit I the third lugoC tiDe and lll passed.:iii Lit uuvcruur j WIKII SUM w .

F4.!' An act to legitimate and change the tame .f ISstfeerWk i&JFge Jtttticet of the Peace.-Henry J. Holmes, Jat7cs Brow proceeding In the nature of quo wlrrnt forthwith, against I A bill entitled, an act to repeal.Ihe 27th section of an act

1:1.; and Kt'ey Crews. ; I Williatn Sansum, Peter Simmons, William M. Nealv, Jamc I }( exercising the powers and priviedges! granted by t etitlcd, an act concerning wills, letters testaeicnlaryandfetlen tT

ii An act to amend an act entitled i ar idt,itf otffanite' and. fe !: Adbtn&in, Thomas Jones Silas Wood, Britton \1 yo. the act iticorppraii"; the "Farmers Bank of flqrdat and if of administration, and the duties of executors adrni wratrt of

I i.;. pate the militia of the Territory of Florida, and to repeal an Abtary Pu6li .-Allin H, Bush it be found thai thy have' no) r1bh.1 : to exercise such powers, I and guardians," was on motion fif mr..Broun of JackSOD, ID.-

; act passed ht day of February, IMJ," and for other purposes. -Henry N. Rowland.COLUMBIA that he adopt legal measures to restrain theiii from so doing. definitely postponed, II

An act to amend an net entitled an act to incorporate a'' COUNTY. JVich .was read! and concurred in : and the fcsoiutbl! accompanying -I A bill entitled, an act to grant a lease < f two sections of .

company to be cutU-d the Lake Wimioa and St. Joseph's canal Justices of the Pence.-James Brooks, Joiiah Parish Na the same adopted : and 500 copies of the report ,t Scf1oD! Lands, to J. A. S. Norman for ihe purposes of cdin

; company passed February IIth 1835" thaniel Bryant Elishua Green, Wiiliam Wjllinnis, Enoch E. and accompanying documents ordeed to be printed. I cation," waS taken tip : mr. Morton moved "heindefinitejx1'poncment ro

An act eutUled an act to declare Fenholowav river, In Madison Megell, Robert Brown, Moses EdwardsChurles H. B. Collins, mr. Berlhelot from the committee on. Enrolments, reported of said bill ; the yeas and nays be ngreqUJrfdtr-

.Jf c; county a navigable stream. HAMILTON COUNTY. i. as correctly Enroled :. I on, by messrs. Morton and Brow of Jac son, .

.: An act to establish an academy the lands of John A. Wiley 1.'.Juttteei Stewart.of the Peace.-Simon Hall, Alexander Martin, Jas. An act .for the relief of'the Central Bank. I I messrs. Berthelot, Brown of Jackson, Demi s, Kenan, Mac0*

of Leon county.An An act incorporate the St Joseph's Insurance company. Morton and Ramsey-7. Nays mr. Presidrnrmessrs.B(1unI.h

act to mike permanent thecounty site of Hamilton coun. Jiutiect WASHINGTON COUNTY. An act to amend an act concerning depositions, passed November 1 Brown of Columbia,Burntt, Duval, .Hi gii botliam Hun te
4 t.Y. of the Ptaet.-Ltvi F. Miller, John M. Long, Eli- 17th 1828. '( Johnson'Cants M'Neil, Ramsey, Smith, Tabor find Woo* 'r

An act entitled an act to repeal part of the fifth section of jah Jtotory Uobhins PteWc., Lemuel John 1 C. Bains.W. An act respecting. the escheated estate of Wm Pritchard, I -14. So said motion is lost. ..... tt
an utt enuUtd an act 0 make pennaoent the deceased.An The House went into committee of the wi ole ..80.aaid. & tJ
county teal .
: Madison county,".and far other purposes.An fttcti0j>".-John, .R_.Lackey.Mttpftl .. ...-----.--- act, nmendatorjg of Ihe severaracta relating to the,_ School_ __. I _ifiar.;some: time. .:nt therein, the, AomniittP. *, lose. and rDf DtI 'ro
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let :o organist a ucffimesi m UM COUntyAn of t. VAUO"'J4t'4, 'yurit-i. I Lands in the Territory of Florida. therelrora reported'said 'bill1anendedbicb' repuTE ?!J1 11

N to be called tte i velhlltfitte**. .CteJy tort.--David L, While. I An act for the.relief* of EJiia;.Af, Shaw. concurred in, and said bill (the rule1 being waived)was read" ,

act .authorise and permit John U&esns to WIct MftVtttf th* W.T-H"herl H. Stewart, Danlel'Buie A resolution allowing Duval r couniyjau'additional member. second and third tiraes'abd'put on its"'passajs J the teas, rj
a P.
bridge acroM ibe Suwanoee rivet, at the Sadsden tpb Smith, William B. M'Cull, John Buie Seniuur ',Bank A reroIutionsiuttnorizing the Territorial Treasurer' tour- nays being required thereon by messrs. Moron and ""lw
Ipg cs ;
aid rirer. KiiMon.Metch m, .Beojamin B. Hawks, Stockly Sadupry/CtS 4JIJ.I cIia-tbe f"U length pottrait of 'Washington,. to be plac, in Jackson, were Yeas mr.'President, :roewr JJerlhelot, J3rt1WD

An act Ie lCid.ate.Dd change the mcoe of O. W. Carter .. iIi1AgWetveHall. of Columbia! Brown JacksonBurrili; Duval, HiggiuWUam > ,
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An stt to fix th* place of holding the avperior and .oounty. -.ierth.-Uiiio-Jlmn. Nixon.. .J (: 1' j p. j ..4m'r. MOflIufl:'from.tb 'select COflmitte towbom. the subject.dhIOWflgftpOrt t Hunter, MCanis! M'Neif; SiBilh, 'Ttfcor, VISIkCS *** ail

courts tn and for the eouftly of Alacbe -3rj7v.: -fw., *.- 'ruatu8H.Lan1fr.) ... } rfrirredmad; ,the : f'! I ( W d-14. Jfoys m f8.'B'o' n'-e!' 'i'nh' ,:.ae nfl'

An act to authorize Js/rd P. Birter to etabiiah fenr across I Nb'y. .> ..t *t Horris.r ii i.t. 1: ; Je j l e to whomtwisf so t. _Morton! aqd Raiiaey-6.1 .So'said'bill w p*. >d ; 'o rd"
the St. )Marv's rirer. I COtJNTYi annual message oi the Governor a8' the title be, an act to grant,..a lease of OBB! ectKm.,or .
An set to auth.rise Thor* Cooper to etite&h a rm.lJrl. a- Heck*?"Wanes Uf" Ms Haiyille p"'' .-. .n>ucl Smart, William Sander, Jas. this Terrltorybeg; leave to' : tD, School Lands to J, A. ,. Norman, for the p' rpose of tdueaI .
I That in the discharge of their I "
; ._ duty 1'dr d annie to tion..

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C oftheUnted States, by virtue of the provisions of that the papers relative to the hands of tbe M. de Tasober bad the intention, be said NOTICE Flt
tlnsnrt I shall be entitled to aII the benefits which
: i be rnnft-rrcti on persons wounded or otherwise dssa-may I Deputies ya, "In the existing state of this !- propose the draft of the addiesa should be SU'w efcsafje.daie shall apply to to the lion.

4U61. bl'-d in the service of the United States. I affair 'no communication of this description has V returned to the cemmittee order'that paragraph I[ t e'.rulJ&i".or' thOouMyajtr Leon'cc'itity, H.for 'V.
letters of 'Adninittrattun the estate of Asa
f 2) S Sec. 5. And be farther enacted, That when any taken place or can take place." might be inserted reljtive to the misfortunes Rhode, late of said county decease

'lA .LilDAQ HjH O. officer, non rommissiuned officer, artificer or private, CHAMBER OF ot Poland,-but the fear of not being DURANT CRAFT-
of said militia i M Ynlunteer corps, who shall 1 die at PEERS.
S'\'l l. ) : tiflit' in, r. nequcnce of wounds received in scmcc any, I Sitting Jan. 6. supported by the Chamber i induced him to'renounce Fcb.13 Q 2J,6w,

---n .W"I OJl Iefl'1fld : iiii s .llliMVi) u wid i\f, 01 if no \viilow, o child or :M. Barthe, the Reporter of the Committee the idea. He confined his ,remarks I NO ICE.SIX .

k- 1 f1 ..1" nrm: oliildrcn, un er kixitcn ycais of age, such Wido, or enlruated with the task to a politic conversation with the Governmentand weeks after date, I slull apply to the llonora V

'toll priDril'I" or coiton is if no idow, such vlnld or children, shall be entitled framing the draught this !fe jndge of the Gadsdeu! County Court,for letters -
;_Tht 11j1or13UOfl expressed his conviction on point
._ trfC India: whichpre' : to receive hall the monthly pay to which the oeceascd of the Address, in the reply to the Speech of of administration on the estate of Tmtiativ Bos-

bt I fI"nJ" ?.hl>' from at I was cntith-d at the time of of his death for and during the Throne, ascended the Tribunal and read tbe Cabinet would act in conformity, with the tick tale of said county ,cccas: &.'

:"I In n: auy iurhCr ailvau-c pre- the term of five years; end in case of the death or intermarriage the following- dictates. humanity. ., and in a manner suitable ANN R. DOSTICK.
lly! During tlH pasl of such widow before the expiration of k JI -. -- -- -- -
.1-1 to me dignity or France. At't'l't.O. .,
MarIet "Sire
tt.t tl1 :l h ciy frl.m 131 to 151, five years, the half pay for the remainder of the time ,-Once more asssembled at the foot I. PERSON caleulahHl for carrying on a Tanyardor L

.11. raDJ; !in thiS__ shall go to the child children of said decedent: Provided of your Majesty's throne, t.ur first thought has MB. KDtrofc.-The lines below wet,, written after A Tanning and Currying bu-incss, Wilt! meet r

from the seat of war always, That the Secretary \Varshill adopt been to thank that Providence which, on the witnessing lor the first lime, lbe awfully sublime scene with! employinciit and liberal wages will be mcen, 1will "1

,bat'e 110 fl1rtherJ\\' |lalch "ill 1edue11jisecn -ii.-i). f
tlf: EI4..I,\ A a> thc. e&idci-t of the United JMatcs may piesoribe.From ami lamented Mrs C. .park delivcicd or near this place.'t. !
'tcisive. leport tected the
IirDm LJne1hn: ; country, l preserving your Majesty'sexistence ;t
bun I ;" ll was a night of darkness, on the earth GEO. FISHER.

,.: pol.'Itf: t.w .hvsMr.ce, that GCII. Games the Mobile Commercial J1dvtTt$tr. : anU thai ol > our sous, The dark mists hung heavily; all nature Tallahassee Feb. 26lh 1S36. 29fLObT ..

J> krea i savnuo. and hi.led France who knows Seemed to mournand and anon
forever ever
: 111:1.: TV! ihat your day ale I OR )MISLAID.
!.ll'I' A I huimllion ol'soldu is under. the command -
1J ilU '( ILc place] wla're111. devoted to her, kit, in the horror inspiied The warm and sickly wind,sighed thro' the vines i or \cz receipts fiomiiiu. Calls Land Of l
tht'IlII'eiH ofI! i "n mouth and lr. McFarlane arrived !
lj tit with, ij. \ That clustered round that dwelling, EIGHT tfDaniel
,I1I1J culir. II oruniat.il the crime in favor of J. A. >Vilejan! l the tstute f
by redoublutnent '
a ol" her t
: ." in ibis city yesterday: from N. Orleans in gratitudefor Then all wan hushed and still} save the low whisper, will !
o".mn ned irom *er- } utist. tindin the fcaiiiC, V
J Any

".r ,'n,lr' t1"annt''JllIlcm: I the steamboat Jnmus Monroe. Both officers .' the. benefits, conferred by ) ou, a'nd or dcyo- I And: II.the'I timid i .1 tread.mini L _. _. ____:__-1 center favor by ICl\\'lnxthemilh person. it.it. Icrry, or f' :
Hon lo dynasty. Shu perceived with affright n inaisuent nan lay WUIH..nma.utuor A. UILLEY. '
: your J.
\:11\:1.: and) have tine noble and martial
..' 1l1* have lercivcd thee IIKMI appear- her, the b'i\Ulifu-the! loved.The tyrant death
I., above we the ahyss, on the brink of which society Jun. 27, ld::6, 23 ZWI \ t
volunteers) Florida andhave Had his hand and claimed her -
\fn.It. ] GObalon, iince. They are to placed grasping ,
1a. ; iN institutions, and social order altcgetberhad NuTICF- 1.
As his beneath his touchthe
#BflierIW"ri"vM MaicSiSlhlSHJ.ihc 1 :: I I come to our city to rendezvous, until the own;- icy eye I
': : > FUI.: been placed. She viewed with anxietyand Was dull&glazed,the timed check,was pale& sunk ILL be sold to the higlust bidder: Saturday
)1 t jmhhc. this shad arrive
ordered from
_. Ih.c 1.h.l1'lua 11\1 ( Hoops state The form LInt moved the life of all that house tin East haif44 section -s
., .ftr ) f apprehension the which pride the lit.h day of ft
i.. III l a c .hev'rti'1 provocations
V '(': .) : i iii. ulu-ii III> conjunction, they will he marshalled Was Hillinu; fast to dust. 13, Township lltu.Se I, M. ar.dV.\ Theh'h

: ? ,101:11111'ha' '1111' eve.that|,: ing ai rivedKimcci"1 'I'i into the Held of action by Col. Lindsay oi' the gave birth lo smIth mousuous iiUempsnnd; she And now they bear her out, and the torches throwA track 0&'LU\lI has.a clt.Hill:; of 5 or W 'crcs, a large f f I.
t e .K.
a ; 1\.11 : lIe slatcv JINTltr' demanded ot the legislature protection for bur lurid gl ire on all around, the giant oaks porliou is firfct rate hammock,and I no I..ud in tic! crun- I.

1." UM! i Ge:1 G':aiiu-s i 311\,311"l't. 'I I i C. is. Army.rKa.il. future prospects. Look gaunt and' grim with outstretched limbs try is bctcr w.llll'lllll.\\'IlI: I n it "I''C al r.t tcr :tail- V k

V. Trff, ,:'' ,% .lltlt'I 1 1J I It\\ :111l'I'tWC'- A detachment and Decked with the sable moss, they seem to wave ill's and it i-s aitugLthei a \tI\' il.! il.\to! track lV: V
cl''r'y,*" o 'niiqih-ji I pnigi'1 th. OIK- I : -- of officers privates a- \leasul cs adopted in the course of the last springs ILJ.'IL\\\.l..bY.\ **, $
clasl adieu o'er her watched for such
Kr.: : otiiuiu.; in all 's-214, ,.IIIIIICt to to Florida, they
(I.' inv \t I: 1 e u he ; is go session ol the Chmiiher.hmve consolidated 4 :;
InT ; ; : '
.'' s'!" 01'' lll'u 1)adc II. \j ."ri""lltJlIlhcc\'c il1gor'1'l1.sda'last on tl,: stcnmbi.at Long years; ai d I the livid trees and flowers ; 1-RAI'JHL: ). W !
f'* *. s 'ts '
I> .odi s iti Maj) ;
::rdl} tit i public order, and, through public oider, our That in rich luxuriance round .
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,31: : ,! ,, I' t..t'f'i : IHC.r f S..' I'Idn. :111l1 tit<;.. in nuiiiLti-r, nre :',11 fioin the city ai.il county of libei lies and our institutions. This was the Wet with the damp night air, ns bedewed :. Tli ilia-> I i: (her. 4' :
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V "' I I' 'lalll"UU' IIt.tnI'er J Tu cdiniM, and h \e u sturdy and brave aprear.iniv object I at which we aimed in roncert with With tears;-here uas her abiding! place, (!ay tit' Ocr. th(, a tJlIIn : : \ ;
Nia-i-' And now"l the resurrection and the life"hiFOke rt.f 1
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; ']JI' i-n j. ltial :. such! IN .1.111. tin cinlii to any ttattor ..anyi nm V1I L ,HUH:*I'h\l i t ri'cc\.1ai 1J
1f', ,': 1111; li-: t 'Tl'I'W; ) lJur MajeMgovernment.1 the sic.lt! .i ''llalld then the hollow sound, : VI
: on ; olJ.: ,aid
immediate- b bI
IP t'Jt'd, "11I.b:t ii t.t' I'eii i ii.ti a, III j i oiu.tiy. I IllS dco.cr\'i.ge.f{ t niarK.trat : :;,alVeet. d 01 t yt ar>
'\' ";' ," for draft ol "Our hope> have not been deceived.: Trail- Of earth lO e.u-th, and by that flickering light V IJ.in r I'Vmhhm .
C Kl11" ly Govern.'is issuing orders a I.f Jrb c.
Vl'1 .,1fl4$1k' rom "I' i I upun the bruws I I"I""; ".I" Po.11 "te lr :h.' p 'IlIta: :
:( I .ick 'III a ci "tain orliuIJi'rs in that about 1000 quility prevails in part of the kingdom; You ihon mighl tracp.thc deep despair upon the uei h. V .l :
it. ht..e
.'JnrJ:,', (.;" tai*- h.l 1 PW'l'e,1:; :: I quota county every i Of those around. The shamed to catch one look IIHI IS ul'lu"t.d to : S mi-; \\ .

., llti hg I" mtk: :1 .CIom..a1'.t.' .111.: I he men riislud in, ihd place .f rendezvous, and volun- the general! piospenty i is d.uly increasing; the Of her they all had loved. And eye lhc rough chick borhood Tallahassee. A nraio.iable reward wil ,: :r ,..
1111 h:1t I.1' the 1t Dec. was :I tecud their: s< r\ioe in a body. I his was a geater I be given lo dchvtun: aid huriC, at the l livery i
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any person
1.1 wealth of the labor.
..0:1" 'l' \t .1\\1'\ country is inullijilied by its Of man was wet vith Uan, & his lip quivered 1,
I bOll} than iln- General Government had ordered Irom I. : stable of Peter Rubicon or to .
Yriv f"infu l New life bus been to the cities whose With emotion,&. \\omans stifled sobit murmuredprayer .j.
V' JOHNtl KATON.liandallio j leholc siatc. Accoiclmgly it was ntccssary to given ll JOHN WILLIAMS, h' :

1 cast lots; to find who out of this gallant and patriotic existence had been menaced by disorder,
f -- band should remain at home. These troops are at industry has received an unhoped. fur devevtlopment. Feb 26 1836. 23 JwCorn ..i.I. t J' :r
'i'iii 1-e present encamped near the city, waiting the arrival MARINE LIST.PORTOF '
Hun V
:1111:: 'I.111 I 1 the Thus tranquility a! home has and Fodder.I t
: if 1'1oriJ" has l-cen : ol' ol her companies from the interior, which is hourly "
.t. ;':::11' \1J.d! \ J psU'J'f; afltiCl1).mtt d. Tlu.-ic are at this time about 400 troops, multiplied all the elements public happiness, HAVE two thousand bushels corn, and from frvj I' I i

: .';l1lty' V t.frV .1u1Ve.: I ih thi: l:1tIl, volunteers destined fjr Florid i.-Ib. and has increased our power abroad. ST. MAUKS. to ten thousand j.ounils fucldcr, and utmost 1W> V

CII i; fain-'t-"' fcrk, l''"nj to Sl- I FEB. 26--1'\\ companies of soldiers, volunteer "The expedition undertaken for the security 20th, sbhr Only AKRlyD'Feb. Daughter, Stoddard, from N bushels good seed Peas il>c ac. AlALSTON.V s9 V

:t.:1't 1(1"n\ tile :\S .,1'" ()1 ihe Fordaahu. aimed ill the steamboat Hunter night before last. of'our African possessions has been con- Orleans, with ballast. MickasokyFcb.23, IS33.Lumber .__ :3W :j. 'V\ ,

V : \ : .0 rnictel'W, KtyVest.. j They .ire fu'm Picl, ns and Fayette counties, and in ducted and accomplished as became the honorof March 1st, brig Emblem,Hatch, from Mobile: with Wantai.( "]1 i

1 I all amount to 171 I in':n, nfiicei and pri\'ales.-b.IR. lumber.
France. The eldest ofvonr. race. already endorsed "Proposals for lumber," .8

'' 1" c''r.': 'e rrn mr: c.!atoi"r.m..nt, hel'-nsinj | : KDITOU. For the infomiation of the public j jwi gloriously tried, h IS proved" his wish! to participate Feb 20th brig Susquehannah.CLEARED, Bright for N York, PROPOSALS, by the btibscruurr until the 12tof \1 .; l

"hai( i. in MaJi: i enr sired New !; umber and Mich uthir lur1.- I
: brave
:If'lr'ld1"1: lorid: jou the oncUsid ropy of H mtmoiial, in the fatigues and dangers of our with 560 bales cotton. Match, fur supplying ..

h. v\3' !id,-r! 1!e*::"'.''I'j' ''.r 111"rta..' its i 1S c-j which.ih sent to the Territorial authorities but did soldiers-noble and generous enthusiasm of Brig btatira, Holmes, for NYork,229 hales colic n. bcr its may be necessary fur c'Hl1l'lctil1; the U. S. A '- V .

d'd: 31! i.oOJJ ohlw..lu1r SW.UW), was CllI I not each the eonnnl before the passage of the uct an ardent soul inspired uith a zeal for the Schr Tresmmuimt,Ulmer,for NYork, 169 bales -'-om ton. bcual now buihlir g at Chattal.oochce: F[lo. V "'V t.
material be the btsi. : of ycllo :
This ot cjiuliy
the falsehoodsi must
referred to. Its publication will correct March 1 st brig Somerset, Lewis, for Charleston, V
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." often r<(1eal'lllhul the citizens of Appalachicola honour of our arms We have sympathised S C, 242 bales cotton-5 passen!ers. pine, free Fm.., sap, rot, and large I.nus! must t csaneJ

,hrp.lfI.-1, :. "14Tti in tl.l' New Ynrk pa. arc about to rem VVfl M\ ,',]ants of.Jppataczicota.To will be prepared from tin.e to time ullll
Sundry claims
ourselves the
on new cotton.
ihe .h Oitez has now congratulate !
Iri 'hal Sp ni
.,i.I I i-i! a-t: II y. with contractor for his go vernmcnt. ,I. ,
the Governor and Council"/ the which the nation, and the esteem of the Schr Indiana, BM>tbe, for Tampa Bay, tronf"UNION '
::ithuuie: iu il? ( eu rUliu :inn of acknou ]lodge- army. "" Person. orTermg will ptt.u- state theitjricc pr .'

'bl' : ,d! Jif.' j Ir; '.If dH tile Sj.uiili C\.1101lic.i' Territory cf FU rida "We congratulac ourselves, as well as your BANK OF FLORIDA. I foot, superficial inch n.eoMiie; and uhctl.fr they wit.V rl 1
The undcrs'ijnid: inhabitants "f ihe Town of"A pa1 transactionof I make their deliveries on the \I'Sl'IlI! ground! or at the PI
for the
the state of our relations with the HIS Institution will be open .
Majesty on '
'ui i : 1} irnla. the Fianklin.. having been in- 1 t
4 :ie' ill county -F day after the 1st April nextfrom I Arsenal wharf on the A I'pa.ad :i.Payincnt 4l lI
mll'J hat about to be taken to ellcctih European Powers, which is becoming more every j It
l measures are 9 o'clock A. M. unli2! o'clock P. M.SunUaya, ihe4ih to be made on delivery reserving ten pr ;

':t h W\\iH! air mcrrnnni' l.as received I rl'1110'athe\ county site to "Su Joseph's Bay," and more satisfactory. Our intimate union and Chnslmass day excepted, paper falling due j rent us security for the fulfilment of the whole co 1I :' ,
oJ! iia: ii-.i: :'hi! I"\I;< Je Hrni"!! Lega ion, I y Tin: contemplated icsidmls of th it place, must icpertruMy with Great Britain 'is daily cemented more I on either of these days must be attended to the day I. U"1CUUcforcii I J.

r. "l' v i i-u; ',! ttjilijst": exp auni..ll roniaiuPu '1 ) lrs leave I to represent; that the principal I, a community sympatoies and in- previous, JOHN PARK HILL, C; ',hr. can br received the lumber must be ir.,1 1
crl o' ilic biiMiicstS .fthe county is now Bn.iClcti closely by and ,ror.ounced ajpeeable to coi.trart; by It.t: tIasrer .
I spected
;j' 31)4w
::' .1:".!''i: > tji *>.a'jtf; and tlld111( is icadyi March 4th 18 6. t
,I' AI'| ,!:ch If.ta: ami in j the ''i.iimon of your memoii- teiels, and every thini> 'inspnes us with confidence .\ Builder tor the CJ. Stales, who will Le swcru VI I II

V. (i I./Mii.iiKv.juieverat,hah ile rcquneJ. s lIl I.\-> icitltrti' cjnlinur( to be. and that a removal of the that peacewilL not be dlstur:ed. I NOTICE.VING I I lo do justice to tile p liLies conrcmcJ. =

: -- tar ec 'e
!':<. tii.ii'ts ol'ilie saiil town, of Apalacliicnla to ._ ... ; vi/KinK i. Drug business on the 1sl of April next to NI r. KuH I uicnlon the Aiscnal.. j't
1. I. rMvritntinn
I :11111 EI: fVT.-ft appear* br an oH'cial! trporin C 01 III11\ cn! nand expense; and they Limereibrepri'Ies i I uer ur.vts If.irtitis ii.ippy l .l in u I .u'u..". wnim is m iI ward Barnard Jr. I am anxious before that time to I WILLIAMSON, F

t 'Jt.catI"! (KM'MV o.: Ncw VoiKtlunn, i i ig V he a:an s1 ii''h H'in"\al I t king a ptudenl urogre, and respected abroad, close all accounts which were due me on the 1st ot Lieut. U. S. Army, Snpoiintcndtn j.Clnttahooree .. q

1 l..j flL.! i'd; 10 7UM, or IIC: m of cveiy .. I.41:1. I r. l. 1tleI1C'., I] glfJlI IC> m a peace winch will find. a lasting January. Those thai ran make ii convenient to pay I I Feb. 12 1?35. 24v ," ;1
"'-ntt f't if ti i..it. PVt4)U ILVU itill. UrIlH >c sevtn J '!*" V .. H.II I 1\\ 1111 rk.. :ir.mtee n ihe f.iittitul observation of Trea- will much oblige me by doing so. If those who them can- It
gu | and settle
. .. .. \l..c l !1.Vi.Ji I 1'11'T not now pay their accounts, will --. .'1 ,
: i. ,1'1.
.. i mvie dl l I tui'cti, 'd p' .pnat! 1! n,{)r .11l' icmh '1' tie- indulgence 'being i' iL.f __ ..j .
Vt. \ .e.t'I> ...J hui.Join. I rd.j lo-! ( rs, j by note ihcyr may depend on every : ," :; V t
i.;: "t" r1mll'd', ;rnl tU' c.lorcil popula- "\W wishes for he I for their which can be reasonably tdli
tiniti lie 'ullr1aj.t 8 payment ; t
I . }.i Mil nun'L ::
(.1I'u1i'l'' II.2 :In* past year hive hundred t (ia'' I Aid) 'el I. that; ), taken Government Those who are nOL wilting to settle either by or ." : I
the nn-asuie! by your by if I compelled to .
i ,\J: j :.N have died lioni Ia i'oio., ".IH. \I:atJIC\\ s, 1:11olld Bill dsall, 1834 note, 1 trust will complain am collection. it i I I"t'
N"ti"I I I Mumsoul: I, virtue of tlutieaiy of the 28th April lca\: their accounts in a Li\wyer'shands for I I .
.' i. '' (;.tcciL.V ajdvarn ''ftl'Coin A H(4H'V ) enry Barnard iit
<) : will be continued by .\1 r.
effusion of blood in the The busincss
c V lliiuldi 11 I .iinan: Van Veghten, contribute to lOp th' '
Jo'.n ,
.. 'i', V .' < .nroti.d, >Mppe; that I without change in ihe manner of condnct'ng! i: ROBI4HT.J. HACLYhzclioneer : t
I !Jhi rl >. Tomllll son re-establish the internal any
A 1 lVr.vi."-<-, I -s Peninsula, and to I
L' auata; <. .* 1 lif'.rihe I fin.; irs Why are I 'I 1 nrner and those who have opened accounts with me since ./ fy Commission Merchant. V .t t\j
\. l tL: Td l ,
> It. Out \\ iiou ue:liiifd m so higha them .
peace country who wish to open may j
V V,' uiii a i!I. i' i h.1 .i". t1ciiJiiJiihCiahoii, '1 I 1.onus T Wiiinot, I amiles Cole, the 1st .Jan. or may SALE DAYS, Mondays & Saturdays.Tallahissee ; !4
"S excite the interest of France them with him to be settled as usual at the
:!! f.lI'!>('" < p. licit; ; ul leal ilellc\-.J .ice1 wIllIe A. ti. I l.atl. mi, JJ.t("cz De-mitt, degree continue ; October, t_S:.i5_ _ lltf"M. I_ __ : f. riJ
VV 1"'\'J aii' i-uiifim I ; :: *i tiieii own doors 1 The Joiui: GIII1'I(', I ,< .vid ti. RancyVrm. Your Majesty has excepted the friendly commencement. of new year. E.B. peRKINS. IP.. DUVAL. who I--S returned to Flor da, ". ..'t. 4 4to I
M P I Ills \ E. -mull, offered Ihe of Great Britain
i ijien be mediation by King 30tf \V R. C. ..L.IE'N.
lo 1826. himself
pui'ciiitiiiopliv} -c<'nis to en ire I Tallahassee March 3d settle pcini.uenilyand! -
( ,Vm. D. Maiks, : j
J. > V t
occa.-.iou of the difficulties which have '

:J' AI.'u.! iitiin I i a cojnftiitable Lome and ih'nfii N. on tho NOTICE. have associated ihemvclvca in the practic ot V
Bn-xvO'ih I am '
P. .
V ., u.u.ji-i: 't.ii .". Mihoul liutd, frht-ltor. or .losijih Fn,t',T, I i). B Wood, arisen with rcgaid to Ihe execution of the I rriHIRTY days after date, I shall apply to the the Law. They will keep an olficc at Tab.hassceI1d! "t 1 I"I
will in the court sw
: .v.HllhI': t1-lnlul! climate: when the TluT- I John Dim riomm. I A. \. Freeman, treaty ol the 4th July with the United States I JL Hon the Judge oldie Superior court UieMid- St the Jstphand counties 01 LconJencrsonGadbden practice Superior[, Jackson, .ind, .

teeri'r: : : ::; (' rl.e. lr 'O, t.c: w 7eru *Ar- Jnsih| 1 I l.inilsi-iul, {';crgc; T. Patton, of: America. Your Majesty has al-o display- die district of Florida for Lc.n couniy. for leave lo Franklin andtn the Court of'Appeals. They pUdgohemsehes : ;.4

i .1." .,. I .. I Khali: m Slow i liicwcr.i ,Josesli Hammi nd, .1. .1 .I .: :.L I. I: .....II,.m the real eslaleof the heirs of Horatio N. a V" '.", .. i '
1 S J'I''U 't J 4uu 1.11lU uU". : eo mnejusoce ammo gooo iain 01 your policy, ; l to %i\c strict attention to all l t business ':'ou I1
: V
{ Hemv Caiter, \Vm rowers, desire of those differences lale of said counly deceased. tided to their management. W\. I.DU VA!.,. ;(J 1
ok. Win. Boulton and expressed your seeing WILLIAM A CARR,
L. Middletrr> -
'\ R. C.
A'iIlI\iTOS Fc1J.IG. Irttfi.1 .I \
1 11 in honorable for in of his wife. 1.1
G. Titus, terminated Administrator right .
a manner
!: S. 11. Ilartbhuin, '
f.-n.i' ] it \\ jIlH.., ,illj' to rirato iJucu \ February 13th, 1836. 27tf 1 V .
: l I I't, 't 1,1' I thy 1 ToTitnry of Flonrin. I H. Manlv, ''I.0I' Mtdholland, two great nations. An important documer.t March 5tli, 1836. 30 5w By the President (. the United Slates. I. 4
I obcrt t
( Kirnby
Iff'" .it.! : t: :V-u: .li.lJ :u.d Disuiei Attorn y in :. Iloljcit Myers, recently published leads to a hope that this NOTICE.THIRTY l'lJH. UA? C1 of.tnw, }, ANDREW JACEJOX, t.
Lewis Leland ,
) ru 'llc'.':I.'r Icuito its. ardchav f.nr. I S:mni-l L. Olds, { cih Cleveland, desire will! he speedily realised. days after date, I shall apply to the ''IN' : ot the United States Iii America, do a it .
j j'I 1 ;\ a'. t cL| E. S. Hamilton, : that sale .1
) o ; ( Tt."Ti'lri"s w'hifh liavchete.cii I of the Superiorcounot Middle hcicby declare and make known, a public
Wolfe has made known to that Judge
CSeoipc "Your us
I 1
V ( ti i; 'iii/ d|, CI': iv !iisl 1 < en lull' one Court L. S. Oltnienden Florida for Leon county, for leave to wilt be held at St. Jlugesline, in the Territory of Florid -
: w .!. Tf \\'. \\. Thompson, !I S. Pratt, financial condition is satisfactory, and that I District minor. of March rOt the f tJ
7lh next
in.'i-y I; a-th"i Si.it : :,..".\ O'V ,. I Hiram I NOI.JS.-, Klias,; \\or\ Jn, fresh and sell Lime FRESHWATER laitds within the limits o the t ,.
V II. j i \ fW II arc :'Mh 'Mj 10 al.Il \ SuI1'ah the public revenues an receiving said J. S. I disposal) of the public I
of county.
;hc! tJl'J, ta'.c-' {.t I ;J j)0) i.nlcf.) Th pratic of I C. G. llolmfb, through the sole fact of March 5t8630 5w A at. Guardian. undermentioned low n hipl ami fractional town hips -- j' r'f
K. l Kandnlph
I: happy augmentations /4
A. W.Biooks i
:-V: \"iz-
.i..i Co'M- Florida.nd district
'Ill.1 .L..) '..dlUr$ TtHJICJfftlre' t\(4j! C'tnuty l' (was Vut 4.. i.cr The I B. F. N. m be, J. T. Myrick, the general prosperity. These, Sir, are the SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the administration County- in' the frjoftLe East base line and East, of the me rid iT t. r V

r .t.Wi-.uv. t-.j t.i.sis; iu rioli.'i.! : cACid that of P.merV.. Jautit, r, jr.JiimesC. (ti, I Floyd, result of order and liberty. We have wel- Court of Madison county for let.enToi Deceased.1arch1l86. Fractional low n hip J 2, 31, and 0, (East o' S:. 4

.;1'1, ;11"1'; than 3C\OCHdul.ii: ( () C I Il" D IUIM.II, John Phillips, and 'herishhe on the estate of J B. Mays River of t3. V i'
=a year. t'circuLnLiccs. Ju\vcl rcomed this asstinncc, we ( SO 6* R.J.MAYS. Mary's ,) mange .
ndrew 4.
Rnan : f. V
James 5
: : al.LIH.1I w o'an cd tlc fa\nr- I 2,3 4and fractional township ,
; c : : last the re-establishment of Townships V
i Mathew Gicgoiy, of at seeing -
Alison hope
lotrtjtOI1 to ac uiint < c l.ifit A. K, COTTOJN GlINS.I ,
it : 24
> \<;ar. was il/ll'o..i- :
;:IIOllof'C fir ilic c'f Hobcr- May,jr. I C. C. Snli.h. that equilibiium which is so necessary, bctwen and I range of 25. V : V
passage the l.ill. I n"('ed I I.I'Ilatl.llhd' ;, frienls and acquaintance of Campbell Townships 1,2 and 3, range::
I HE .
>\ tlc coiuuiif:, \\.u'J: not t\ci Jf port !' O. C. llayuiuiid, the public expense and the extraordinary resources ,1'Glaze are informed, that byeahtingV011; our form Township 1, of range 26. : V

:1"t. JQ1llls... IVf'.ll-, I (in:.. 'n"I"' ;lJ ff di'l Tci lcnt IIt IiiIityQ1I1isdt l!,I YORK Feb. 12.JA&.rE (\I I" the Mate."The ; e7 ,they can be supplied; WILD uotion ums: 01 Fractional townships of I 1,2, 3, and 4, of ran 27. ", 0

: : cd tlllt ;1ttI was the c-xitnt: of NFw and other laws which agents either Cast Steel or Iron Saws, to Fractional townships 1,2, and 3,of range '. b
finance to
are the best quality,
0111 ce: anJ ,he FROM FRANCE the above art. I2 and .' of range ''.
r,> ;"c.tIlC: (' :s "il) nl the 'j'j'l'ttr'l All persons wishing Fractional townships ,
2-1?reil'J111'P"! : ( be presented Jo us *\mbe\\ examined with suit purchasers. viz-C. C. bate line and East cft'ie tneritlit n. '
lu.ien m each} lCAr \N c received this morning the newspapers cle wIll Jo well to call on our agents, South rft'ie
Micltau cxuiM\ (Irtuilullld p. runt, I in C .."- 'I Uhone i Captain that mature confederation, rrquisi! by the interest Williams, I,con county: D Williams & Co. Jettfrsoa That purl township! It, Last ol 'siHvaiin. : ll-er, '4
; the ship
Mnreohu; ..oeill1111'! ; UH:,7.'mif,(lir :.ia\v, .mil\ i i hrouj-hl by pnrkel -ailed the I of the country, a.id the dignity of our \Vm. D. Harrison, GaJsden county J. and of range 14..
'"Poruu: 1I:1I.11:1I1".lIt11,1': ., Lutes Havie whence she on coUnty; Florida for fur'Jier 11 and 12 of 15.
? tia; ', .\.!nnJiuumd frojn; \V. ltul'ison, Jackson county Townships 10, range V V
;, : ah\.t'ti| be "pc'n.% that t|\c next best Will," |; 8th ultimo. The dates from Hivre are to deliberations.Sue I i I as to price, quality, kc, Townships \0,11and I I 12, ofianpe 1C.Townships ( .t V

: co ,d Le done would: tIC 1o ad I the umnty
MIBV, the! .V.ukjc! Judiual district, UIIII. | disI'scwuh -1' that day and leccived in and couragr. She had Irarned froma JOHN M. GLAZE. Townships 6 and 7, and fractional l iovnsl h ps 11 V Viand

,V : lh i .II|IS in I II Ia| iiulu.li! U lit| ::i Z'dI.II. Tl.ib i i The Pri'suleru's menage v\as It is long and sometimes a terrible experience, Uchee viKnge.: Marion county Geo March 5 3 V
w *;tIUC. first da of the '
/ui at : Ihi- ; year 18
'lachin.la.: France on ) --
1 conciliatory that she can find safety only) under thej protection NOTICE. 8 and fractLnct to\ n hip t4 t.
aUl1..1) ifsjucMiiiy: ronsidnedi by the Paris Pn-ss, as ofa i sale his.Tract of Land Townships 5:6, 7, and ,
\ ; Constitutional Monarchy. For subcr riber offers for claim Iracuoual t.tlt nshn V ''
oui nbcdimit.civ.uit of youit londo's ,)
in a 9 NorlhlCf Arre<
concur from Tolta- (
and all nn-ounl THE 12 onle. j.ofrtngelU j.
rhawier this ; ol"a in the countyofLon, Alredoiido'atlaim,) and ijwuah p 13,
rQ, i\ JU-i. \1. WHITE. n-niimation to our dilfirul- was reserveu to satist fj) nece. siy 880 acres, and adjoiding the lands 12-SoalfcUf)
M..lt-0\, Hsrj prc-dirtiMff it happy bal ee, containing is ., .
Public reason, enlightened by Cot.Braden. Ihe V
ties uith that country. An address in reply great people. I of \1r. JohnParkhi1land Corn land To*nships 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 1, and 8, fractional town- '
i Mr. Jolinsfin.tr, TC. .' -I t Ill. ,.. tiigl. i is now _V--------------------I-- -policy, I ..".,ood nuality and equal lo any Cotton or MbrlhoCArredondo'sclaim( ,) fiaiiona< low n- I i
nan ta** '-- ship (
'. lhll.rtI.uIHtl"II"Llu:: iHII1Ut'k), lrOI1l1.IC Coinmittec on to the KinpN Speech to Ihennnlter8 1'which under cireimislancts the must difficulthas 'in" tml 6UY'l section counrry-There 1 50 acres clea ship&lSoutlioflhal claim,) and township 13 oi 4., f
the uI.JWiitg: bill: 1 the Chamber c f Peers, whit h and' which isrented for the ore, .
: O r\II.lt fr thy ,pa>nicul O'\f.limticri.a! d militia bet n adopted by been able to unite energy with moderation. and under fence in shew ing the 1 I.I I.. ran ere !; '
ou-psm IV.t. wjviccof the United S we give and which it will be heniis very pacific. I year. He would take pleasure \$ sHips 1/2,3,0,7; and 8, fractional township V
l.1tcs. wish purchase.
ItItCI1tCttJ i Lj' !the Pre-Id' "tahd Houseol R.prcmul We have not a full account of the debate and le I to any person who might W M.COPLANDMllrch,4lh 9, (\North of Airedodo's claim,) fractional tounship V
Ltivt uf "The shnkwn by a glorious Arredondo's claim,) and lownslip 13, :
the country
li < the sketch in 12 (South
taLes of| A rnerica 10' Con- this address, lint from 30lf V V
on 1736
i &S.nhLjIeij, That i revolution is now acquiring strength, "
the otrangeZJFr'actiona1tOvflSl1iPV1t0Vfl5P32
flieel '
( i.oncoinmi.sioncdiMf'UI'fcaill'cus' gilimate ?
the .
IItn that principaloppoHiion or t LORIDA. 4 C
our possession we gather the shelter of CCNTKALUANK ,3, t ,
trand a"d privates, of volun.llliacul i ; speaker was M. de Deux Brezc, a and she hopes to exit under Tallahassee, lo'cb.27 1836. and 8 and that part: of township* y. 10; II, 1\..iU 12.
ebein who> have l>ocn or may herc-af laws and the shadow of our national scep this institution are her and 13 ot'
her of Arrcdondo's claim, lownshif ,
the lit t\Ice <>tilt l-T'"Ud States shall! be ci.ti- violent Royalist who thus alludes to the intervention Stockholders dollSrs 1 lying ba t.of V
10 instalment ot two on e .
and receive till nto"lllly Pv, rations, and fo- England. H. nays he found in tree otsiSk that an called for by the board ofrectors range 22. G 7 8 9 10 11 I It and .1
;antl bt fu .edwilh the "For us. Sire, a vigilant, firm. and at the ,has been 'l'"Wlll\ 1.2,3,4,5, ,
nine ca.i.p cqulpaeJdlng of "a dark be due and payable at '
)" .. !l'bacl,", s or m ybc provided by lau I I the King's -IJecdmeation same time a just Administration, will invariably ; and the some on die first da 13, ofrnnge 23. 10 11 12 and
Jfficcu, which appeared) him us dangerous Banking House in Tallahassee, .rown'shIPs I. 'l, 3'-45,6,7,8,9, ,
Ut 1icc1 a"d rScc.T'i"1 second measure TBUMPSON I"
PMVatcs' anxious to every A.
IQanlt It ,.f.1 I find us %a------... L. V
be llfurihtrtnjcUrdlTliaitJic u'* army (lilhe| Units d States officers of us unwoilhy 01 f ranceVe ." indica, calculated; Itt calm the public feeling and to LVl.Y 29 U td ,Cubie 13 ofaagc24.'ownstii1's I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7,8,9, 10, II 1, [12, and
II Itolui other
\ al 'rcl/lve in so Irce8, V
,_ icucompanic ."hallcaci, Lie (-H titled tortccivcheu op On the first protect the national interest. To Farmers and Other 13; of rang e-25. 29 t
.ate' Or!'T1lney in thereof for horses when tious cf a very pacific character. with a feeling of gratitude taken Fractional towuship 1, ofraugc
tt7 iwo bo- "Sire France THE subcrib rs having fur weeks, md no
*L5perd4y ctua'.ly! ,keep pritc 6cno\lHli; and that 'or'y .January it i* cuali mnry for the public r will be indebted, to y.ur reign for her repose .large brick storetfn the upper i'part 0 -The sale and will the be land kept leservtd open by two law I lor thc use of i

?b1 Callovxcd for the lIse (it* each lorfee. dies to wait on iheiKiug with their felicitations Thin is city iortbcexpreuj'urposeofacc longer \ or olnoi purpo .
ur.h : and her greatness. your Uods res crxcd lor military
non .
eoninaib>onc ,
and His irplim to are vu. country excluded tVom 'sale. .
al.-o be be
) and it will ili }
alln your I and sea *%
>"U tcd shall beteceive worthiest recompense the tale of Groyne cc
companies of of W as
titled ; with confidence of the maintenance their aoteaUentioD to Given u-uer ,"y hard, at the c.ty nng-
r(11tent.a foruffc in kind for one hor e'Ith speak the Court gloiy." try'produce would i ihviU i Uxos who wuhiq, : bay, r' V : ihisihrrtcenxh 1 day ol October, A. >. "a- .

per day for the use thereof, and twenty- pea e. To 3). Burihe, n-presenting paragraphs of the Address them aca1I'astheyaredeterminc ) ton \\ JACW. .OA.
tDt. The remaining waeu to gho eTresiUemAMllKJu .
"r day in lieu of forage and subsistence of Accounts he "Every thing caules and give-as high a 'c w..tfor 8 "
s..y. terms
ia 1 none of them giving riao sell onasood EraasAi3aow:,: .
'ne Shal1 adoplod,
IQdthe be then V
fUl'nhh'd b hinliielf.or t we.ve of happiness -were be obuirwiui thflcity.They Office.
. Ltabilltcl1bJcr ) me to b.-live that thu new era peace, with the *bf the rro'Juce'u can V : ummisioner oftbe General
day icrcrhcr as the discussion, exception i and sale
; case may will shine in France, to any have just received .for ,
and liberty, : '
referring to the American Presi. barre1sriShOttOe, PTi ON CLAIMJ.NTS.pJM.thi .
e.S.-Ant.lLc paragraph 30 : ioJE
inoividuals QT\I .
other ;
it fuilhcr enacted, THat the offi- ,l this repeated to twenty : of V
'lidD':,, CcdliniSlOIIC1 an is dent's last Message which Dubouchage & Tierces IEee i ,c rihvofprcempL1ofl to any
I officers, musicians, urtific. rs ,epiCHiMitingdiflerent public bodies. I 20 Boxes to'pve the same to
-II." shaU lJe considered by.no meant satisfactory. SAip .he aiDriit\ld ds 'al'e:t quircd
ll"lledt"u' '
pay, '"- that definitivewill I. aud Receiver tc.,
uothiiig QKetSiar hetleg' cr prior
2IccanJ We behewiVhqwever. '
". PARIS Jan. 7. ; : LhO'1tisrctior .
Ltl L0thcrallowancc*, for evciy twenty milesi '. V :, V
BrilinbDespatch'bri lQdQ.J3atter.VE. VgflCILUITd
&olU the of the : *
l'laiiti' of r"'J iicc tu the of lake place' till, return the Chamber'of Peeri as : iiL e3.or5aIc.-
tltra1 h i place The address of ,New tJrl, &a:!$ r"Wbii 'Brandy "' K. 4pffiVL
to ifcervrtut, aad fl"m the l.lace of discharge ii Pijtrtalo "rrtwdtnec.o drawn up by the committee, : passed "\3" I ,( '. p cr t :'tt Octobcl' JJ1S35.13Lf
Bee uWu "Lu Journal de Pariw u t U.1W -
4 h ii c >t further conclusion e : \I amendment, *> .S11. $' .W :. r w1J Ii. t ,arc.: If ,n;* j it, V
eweted.Thai the, voluntmiliLil. c. ;fsywiibuut '# J"
io Z :$&aW! -
who luiui ltnpNniao r r i .c' ,
may be ruceivcd into the cwcc t V V ," J 1 rJ1 '1J 4 X CJ: t

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r ; Ii -- .-i---'L-. Kill entilletl, an act lo regulate the ptlrols of the Terri hem iC to touch eitlicf 6nco/those accounts." Yoifr cotrmiltce vember last, moarilorHa, ).3a& &, .
deem the wi htiuuUug the t-1 litse demands an avl ul. suryW the same | eriodarnouni. d SuJ
I)1LhC whole: pn/ir.eni c
Proceedings of the of Flori.la, was referred lo a committee The I 8 7..J in the
: capitious injust Ce, not foukoI in ir.j reason or propri ;y. 1 tieasury on u.at; da/ -
House tveul into committee thereon afier some time spent
: i ih vuinrnittcc
J annulment Jrom
before adcdgetl
Bank cashed ihe accuun.s several rnoinlis tne : an vxaminatSnn
4 [CONTINUED FROM OUR the committee osc, and mr. Blount therefrom reported j I of tt.e law, Uic'ervucs 'vcie rendered by he jiavees 'of -I-; lh,. LuiJcw of the tax etmltectrs|. ha ;* setthe.i, the: reports,
; A bill entitled (( nn act to amend an and asked leave to *ii which was con amount av and thM .titer l
again, report the account*, ihey had been allowed previous years,-ihe yea, j is s i.l| a laie an ;
I .. establish a larilTof foes, passed in by the House. certified wasrea--onab.e, iiudthc i-xcusessct up for nbrt jjatinc: he I hands. r- in some ot the counties there h remlifling

t aiu rend anti ordered lor a third bill entitled, an act to amend the net entitled an act in law, and without nghv in rcisln, and one of ii.em, viz : .hai..1.' S. j .the assessors This want of puno.i.ahy. on The "*

d* A resolution heretofore introduced by lug: the town of Apjwlarhicola; ," ws .ni motion ol mr. Segui, was cierk in die executive nftirc, not prove t by he atvount. I ol o.ccrs calls L.udly for ). The Cit1Z part C that

;. i xlored on vc?
; .. : Morion ordered to be postjxmed until no one dissenting thereto, and read a third time and pas be paid, and as Congress will not do it, ihi- territory must, mid renew I hands t.tsli.. collector, for iheir ow private pSrUS"u
i<, -1 till The co i miiiee therefore J ha* been pcrn.itied to r.m-in witbo, eC '
t resolution is lost. ordered that the iiile: be as above slated. the demand.lorrepayment paid tony at : BJ
A bill Silk report a bill enti.led, faii ac: for the relief of the Cential Bank 1 offlhoe whose duty it t i, to see ihut the laws o" lleI*
;. rr.lilled, an act to establish bill entitled, an act in incorporate the East Florida ol Florida and also the following lesolation: t dio make them urcoanr. are properly

.-r .military exempts in tin city of St. ," WHH read the second itoie and relerred to a commit Resolved,, '1 hat the governor be requested to wrile to the chair )I 1 he CoinhouLice. reiterate but theopinions of

: ; .: lliird time and passed: : ordered that the the whole House : the House went into committee ihere man of the comnjittce on territories in both Houses of Confess, h of the council, when they say, that ihe system of former

k ,_ ged. alter some time spent therein, the committee rose, and mr. and urge the injustice and impropriety of withholding payment of 1 lion oug,: nc cr lo haveNcn resoM.ed to. Simatcd: territorial

1 A bill entitled, >' nn act amehdntory therefrom reported saul bill to the House, asked that a these and other jusl claims under the same law. I ot this ten itory were ai that lime, here was ,

.' Ja 1in jjt I to the school lands! in the of the \vhnle be discharged Irons the further con SAMUEL H. DUVAL, I adopion-Wlh, all the expenses 01' the re lot ,

A bill entitled! an art to grant a thereof and that the Name he referred to the com Chairman I judicial department ol .I.eg-j err.rient.paid by the

the school! !land!*, to J. I. L. Norman, on Banks : which report| was cuncurm! in by the House- \Vhicb was concurred in ; and a bill therewith referred, was a- t it would se-rn: tat a small conn y tux for county pur

I cation: ," were severally rend the second bill entitled, "an act amendatory :md explanatory of the gain read and ordcmcd (Sor a third reading to-morrow. I havebce.i alt ti.at was required. The sysrcin:

,_p .: :t thin) rt'ailing on Thursday; next : and laws now in force in this Territory," was again read t mr. Lnvat from the committee on militia, to whom was referred 1 led byour prede-csors uitha vicv to promote the
j_ ordered t the rommnnicatirn of His Excellency the Governor, ol the 10th I fire, and alt ILough the etuis for whi ;h it was cstabli
to be printed. ordered lor a third reading on in morrow. been attained ?,
inst. made the following report : and hc mos ir.ion.lci.s.
t practu-o l.-ivc
: A bill rntided, an nrt to improve bill entitled, *' an act to amend an act declaring Juniper The cominittic to whom was referred tile commnn ication of His I c-J under it, yet n ihe public! faith I las been rlisjhtedI 'eec

( 1, .city of Tallahassee! ; ai:.< lbr other in Escambia county u navigable! stream," was read I the Excellency the Govcmur, dated the 10h mutant, and the bill en- previous councils for the payment cf money, i.

-4.I .- cond time ; when on motion of! mr. and third limes (the rule being waived) and passed : titled, an act amcndaiory and explanatory of the militia laws and unjust to aboli>h it at the preset time, ntwitli

ihereof was amended\v) striking out that the title be as above stated. now in force in this territory." I been earnestly: called i\r from ilifler ml parts of the terri:0: ,. ,

:, J the word* "and auditor,"* no one bill entitled, an act to alter i the charter; of the life insur Beg leave l<> n-pori, that having had the same under consideration L committee have ciu!>Mvourcd to remoedy the
i.., nerafier( the word "'exceed5 the and trust company," was read the third lime _and pass they icier die communication, ( u the House for its action, and that as ssme.,1nd. collection, and also 10 reduce the Iax

1h t fifty or" in i liie third $ 'ciioll, were on ordered I that she title be as above ala irti. ns to said In1!', they aie fully sntisl'.cd that the provision) ot the net I sent year i by ihel.il'I reported lirreii ii.rcg.id .
r.tricken of the I."Mli Jnnnniy, whkh this bill proposes lo repeal, should l.e I II In to the 1'al'.ahasse' Fund the committee
: out i I and said lull was read the bill entitled establish a
an act to repeal an act to
I '. ; jnLr waivci, ], and passed : ordered that .L.. \\* _.. ..,1]_ _: ? v. I..trn., .,..,? urIltI r 'rnl ;in/t ;;I repealed, or the fin- imposed made certain, and its imposition-. nndj I II with, die cxwuiive. d.aMfie labour which have !bcn K? *?
collection as aim uciuu c n jun. mi ainii.ui uu lucimus 01
j summary j/ua -.4U. j in'- ( ()LL Jl5jOLJCr 01 I flllaha "Jj
; for a third reading to morrow. observe that by the phrasei logy cf the act of the I 15th January, ,j "brought, out <-f I great confusion /aluablc ftn.d to the >y t
A"hill entitled! "an act (fi r the relief bill entitled an act to establish a tariff( of fees, pasr.cd eaptain. aie ii'oi subjected to he penalties imposed on others for mid winch, until now, has been considered scarcely: xror b brrf tftJ7'

: 4 i, was read the third time: the yeas 14lh 1934," was referred to a committee of the whole : disC'bcdiencc to the requisitions ol" that aci. '1 his is i snpposd I lo L j looked ttcr.'' Kvrry tiling that ap )jirs in the rq'ori of [

., vd on its p.isxagchy mer-srs. Berthelot I went into committee t liet coil, after some time spent have been unintcniic.nal, and should be corrected. The committee I ton accompanying' the xc.tstite roe ssage ot the 'lib in i au.1 *r

;,..:;. mr. President, ineKsrs. Berthelol, Blounl, the committee rose, and mr. Smith therefrom reponed beg leave to ndc!, that the nercssaiy ct-rnclii-n of this mater, ;j long sine*; l.'een known. The cotur sit -e is i satisrlcd lhat ihe't!
. Butritt I, Dennis, Downing, bill to the House with the enacting clause sirirken out : and the repeal proposed by the bill under consideration, on the mo-1"r*"ant-e reported by the auditor in tavc ur of time fund is

- '! Kenan, Alottou, Ramsey, Smith, and nays being required on coiicurrinirwith the report difiratton i't f the law imposing mili ar}' fines, and any additional ,tI f t ni'l.; lint it is otV of the qti stun tiat nyuih .sum as nereltcQV Ji'-
enactments that niav be deeimd onnccouui of said cmI- will ever If r alizad aid hat he
Nays nies< lirmvn of Jackson necessary j n mon .s-u'i.ed
committee! by messrs. Burriii and Dennis, were Yeas munication from tic welt be t-flecicd ndriiiirnnl I live in rcb ion ,
governor, may by to die lien exi- iii" :pon the tots that
i\INi.il5. So said hill
.p is passed/ messrs. Berthelot, Dennis, Duval, Higgiul.nlh- l 'c'i ions, to thp proposed ncr, providing for the rouse ef ecin.il de } !less than tiea-t! our.t agreed to be [ aid fcy de lir.-.t weret k
above purcb
4 % as stated. -7 n, Hunter, Johnson) Kenan; Macon, M'Canis, M'- fence ol this leiritosy. But the commit ee resp'ctlully submit the t not tenable m lawc.r equity -The lads in cl
; A hill entitled, an net lo amend an and Tabor i 13. Nays messrs. Dl.uml, Brown of Colum whole! matter to the wisdom uf the House, and b-g to be discharged ihos lo s, as collected iy t.'ir C'mriiti e. arc, 'hat the lots itj. I

I .of suing out writs ol error and Brown of J.i cksou, Burrill i t, Downing i Morton, I Ramsey, from the further consideration of these maneis C j s.ilil I y lh" rummissionrr o 1 the c ty of Tallahassee, t

; J ritory of Florida,*' wn read the third Walker and Wood-10. So said bill is lost. SAMUEL H. DUVAL, } ,din c "n: Malir.cnts! d.at .o sucit: e ih: pj-ymcnt ol the purchase payati j I

A'd t'hai the title hca. :ilx ve stated.A engrossed bill entitled, *' an act to amend an act to in- Chairman, I j rev. die pu chasers w- re rc-quiicd o execute (feeds in trust a*,

$ d A hill entitled, "an ar.t to amend an the Central! Bank of Florida," was read the third Which was rend and concurred in by the House. |i t'.e' loN. Tl.c instalmei.t! be. amrIne ai d were rut paid tn I
!Ms;. ings in Chancery: approved Nov. 7th mr. Wood from the committee on Hanks to whom was refer red nn aoof th connc I all the i t.nds wrr* pla. ed! in t' nj
the and its eh3dj I
: yeas nays: bving required on passage by a bill enlidcil t "an ntt incorforate the Baislc I of St. .1 o-c'hi," & f fM fnri diMrici n"ornrv of i e Uni cd Sir.tcs .f.iier
and! ordered : lor fin
f'ra third reading on to Wood and *mith. were Yeas mcssrs. Berthiehot, Bluiiiil) lull, /.,., ;,i.-> '>1 at iiic-ririMrntf> Ttir* Sf TII\ till ill vtl t.TDff* I :.I. Jlidde I
lit 0 an tjit 4, Ill. lt.4 I' $ It* .%,,. ... of Columbia But rill Dennis INlacon 3Jor- I -- .-.- "-- "i.-mil- --- a;
Downing, company, reportnl said Mils to the House: without"amendment, ney. as the no cs v/ere within the uristlic i-'n of
r Jeers of Florida, called into the service Ilamey! and Wood I 0. Nays President which ua's red in and said bills icad! and i sic: of i
mr. me sis. report concu again, ordered i peace, pa-cd: them in chamls ot a nagis tat who
I /luring the prrscnt Indian war, was of Jackson, Dnvnl, Hi irinbotham, Ilolloman I : Hunter, lor a third I leading to-morrow ; and iwciity-five printed co- necessary process citii: r y s'iniin n or at.ae meat, cii fred ts-nd >

passed : orn favour of de mjisinn ?r, j-surd cxecviii r. fcjrf j iVj i
: ii The House then adjourned until to . and
.. So said bill is lost. reported a upon sold !lot -he p u;lose ol sajsijtr: : fcc ti
III ; .o'clock. President laid before the House the following bill cntiod! an an stipplcnvntal! to the sevcial acts rela.ing lo for the ..rixna. ptir ha--c itioney. The corr.mi-Mor.cr M-'srt

Wednesday the Governor message the Bank of West Floridaand a* ih linji* of :ale! reprc.en n-r tl c ciriiorv. nml ifk n sin
; A bill entitled, nn act lo incorporate the East Florida Silk cd u iha! i]1k( !TO s wtrj..iSt for he ol >n is w.
p'.rpo v l.e
The House met ;pursuant! to EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ? company," which n-pnit; wcs -ncuircd in and said bilk read again pnrcha rnon/'y r n I -\nf 'lie 't-r i iy wouM iutc!us or' -j
present) I ilw I j.uiinal i I ol t I Feb. 10th Ib3f. 5 and ordered iniar.r.'nrkr!
yesterday's prorceti for a diird reading tomoorrow.mr. lien hue. pre.en holtU-iscam-! lorw.ird :aid bid! wha va.< .
i The following menage \ra* received Legislative Council : Morion: from conjiiiillce on the State: of the Territory, si 'rrd! .hr> value; "t'liie !I'> s a; he! un'. \\h th3< r the Governor An award of certain arbitrators i and the lowhoni had IJCLMI referred sundry of grand juries f in nio-r :
; report presentinciits r.sseto ;lfsharg: : ;she am ;indue, L' s the hsglit-s! !
1::: ; adjutant on the claim of B. G. Thorlon, I herewith lay leponed 1 that the cominiitfe deenud( le.gUKitiou on the: stiNjccts' ''he: pro, r yvou d iin'mr a that j-m riod i iw. -f.en li'>?rr nw j

., Tallahassee, you, i thai i the Council may I he i informed of the result of I therein refcrietl to unncrrssary, and asked dial ihe committee l ldischargd > having miranrc.! in e n enucncc; cl the a. preCiOi of x& kind.'s

%... To the Legislative Council : ) that has taken place. fram the further ejnsiileration of the same, which report -1 of fI p.(.perry; produc d! by ;ii gene; a prosj-cn y of tc!: orn! r. u
I was concurred in.n 1 i issmluVnly! di I rovt-u-il ihe owners of the lots
On the 15ih tilt a law) was JOHN II. EATON l'rt-.en soM aur.
>r. Wood from the select committee appointed tinder a resolution lorcsoid. are iinMc: Jur lhe l-aan! .- il-t and l liv .
: r.n/aiii; t tciiasfrs iLe
; the Executive to call into service such was read andnth the accompanying report and otb t-.ip.,
to examine a full length portrait ol" George Wash.ogton.; now : f notv.i i h-tai.dm.g too, 'du-y paid allhe lime of _
sider necessary, to suppress Indian }' referred to the committee on Finance. exhibiting at the Mnsonii* Hall in Tallahassee: mode a repot accompanied cha.-c, the* high'St piice th-t could J'e of'taiiu: fur itat sei

I -*. r' jStejis were i alien to e..i!IIYC the law to be entitled, an act respecting certain records in lhe clerks! by sundry resolution! \vlich report was concurred in t pro, cty i hiS- c jrmitiec? are ol opinion that tLe pnrclenoF.f

into (lit* lii'KI, I from hiP Territory west of of Columbia County." was rend I the third t'.mc and pas aid: said icse-lutii.iis were read, and place! among the orders for t ;iaiucd a lecal u li.'c -o i di- Io.! > aril m I c :itne of sale I tut if j ly it

: :.:: hundred nild eighty troops. Nearly one ordered that the title he as above slated. lo-irjorn v'. lcarhiicaty! hey sold not hay ;;tirqtnreii a legal bile, tit cinii.'ce -

;I ind not moie than two hundred &. thirty House (then adjourned until tomorrow mornirg at 11 A bill entitled. ': r.n art respecting the' eschea'cd es ale of William .snhini- \"' cti.cr \voud' !( i i'c consonant with tlios'prinr'fls:

ir lhiiihih I : !I : the number, that was required. PritrLaul, deccas d I," was read the third time : the yeas and of equity & jti'*fic, uhich a fjover ini ut shou'd rnar.ilest t. wrri

ty the quota called: for i is incomplete. Fro niys: 1 ring rcetiirtd; on its ja. sagc hy messrs. Morton and Duval, its citizens, to hi-l-.l them liahl for iens upon ihcirpropcrijrwliv.crc ;

f, : scarcely a third of t the demanded force Thursday, February 11 1. V. CIC Yeas incVsrs. Drown of Jackson, Dennis, Duval, Hunter, dcclnroil: I.y :!hc represcnta'iv .* cf the territory, at the twof
a ; J..l fis..1). :vt ac M'Neil.: :Morton Talior Walker .vile! did
h L Kse.iinbiavl.iiin.: House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum being I'anwy, .r.d r.ot e i t ?
sixty pre
were required, Wood 1-2. Nays mr. President, messrs. I'erdielor Illounl Ilrownof The comir.it'cc de-rn it .
journal esteiday's lead. nnnerc.ary : > C'.ter ino! n-r: fri
1 p.::; duly. ______ ______ proceedings was (!iilnni1in? Dn-.vnin' .
TTl.lt !' 1iebifl TIii'>>inhrilinm.! flrillomnn. Kenan. I\i'- & Oi lir.' t".r \.tti! f'rtrwl i" i*; ..* *%*-if* .,-,t t t..* il.i> r'' TntrAi n .I
-- -- -----
p. JL I. ;en-.IuJi IIUI.L civ.iiniii mi Cants and SiniiJi-10. So sit! bill is d ordered that Use title the
on yesterday, rejeciing en.itlcd, 'anauion- pas ; general government in ir.akinthe dira! ion of land furtlipur
:;: that which! is contained in the law under : an act to incorpora e the Central Bank of Flotida The l.e as above si.tied.: | (.se of ereeing public: buildings, in die city of la.fahawj
lorcc is being orgauixed is i ineffectual and The Hi n-c roolved i self into a committee of the whole i.as been defeated and
u"A nays bein required on said mo ion by messr Dennis on a i j it only icin tins for the council to eufcvour
.1i: dares that :i penally not exceeding Fifty; were Vas messrs Rerthelot, Blount, Broun of Co- bill enli led!, an nn: toitmcnd an act eonrerning depositionspas- to preserve die .*mall portion r.f luiul nun unsold, SOton.tc t&a! :, <'

sessed by a court' niarnal, Khali be Burrin, lennis, Downing. Kenan. Macon, Morton, Ram sed, Nov. 17tii 1MJalter some i tiincsj ent tlseicin, the c mini future period, i: mayeomnbt te to erect uitcbe! public bunings -
-4 .,i occur to you, that in counties opposed to Wood-11. Nays rnr. President me.-srs Brown Jack u ice. rose, mr. Eloiini them elrcns reported said bill I I a> aincudcd : I at the sear of jjovetn'i eiit. '1 lc committee J hate> eiufl)1rrItie

Tt the fine 1 1 bi? imposed, all being interested Higginboiham, H Human, Hunter, JohnsonM'Ciii which rej."it t v\r.:. ronrurred in : and said bill was nail i die sennid books! and accounts of die present rt minissi- ncr, and foctJt

t $ _ruinal. Even if they be extensively Smith, Tflbor and Walker-12 So said motion is lost. and thir-! limns (die rome' being waived) : tleycasand nays being j-eni i*' be eor. ec and all the char;,'' sstis amcd Iiyor-r 'rerw f-
c law the i is small large Burritt offered the following resolutions : rcqui-cd on its j o-sage by niessrs. Smith ---nil M rt n. u s re YC..S cr ; by relcrenc' to theaccount cmi v cent ot ihefouiiniss.i ,Deriiote
same 100 to enforce
() jt was the opinion of she Legislative Council of 'be messrs. IJeiilielot, Bli'tint, llruwn rl Colunibia, Brown of Jack- appeals to Inyc Ltcu a bulancein I lis: hann* on 'lie -1 h inct: : vi
some instances neither service, nor penalty of Florida son, Burnt Dui.nis. Downing. Kenrn, Macon., Voitoii .S'7O :33. The
- j :; as expressed bj its resolution: fifteenth Rainsr-y cnnmi roe rccomn end that thcdatirs f iSeenitmis.sion.r -
tended to.Having. 1834, that the county of Duval, was entitled to an TaborValker nnd Wood-M. Nays mr. Prcsitlcnr, nicssis. j : of the rity of Talhhasvcc l>e prrtV-rmedby tletrcw-

at the lime the act was passed, representative, in the Legislative Council. Which ad Duva!, Iliririi.bolhnm, Hunt--'r, Johnson. M'Canls, M'Ncil an i! er, as ihe fund is inadequate to nllinv a salary.
:i Legislature, IU% inconveniences which representative has not yt been allowed! ; and whereas the Smith-8. Sotad: till is passed : ouleicd .hut the title bea above The paper msrked A together vith the "arcomfanyic f.wmcnrs -

:;. ,;. :md which have sii ce ccurrei'', I forbear of sa.d cr-unty has since she adop ion of that resolu s atcd. No. I. 2. '{, ardJ, comprisrs the ariiiial r piri andrjliLii;
S., leaving it rathfr to the Council to devise considerably increased, and it has become higiily desir The House wi ni into committee of die whole on a Iill en it'cd. I'' of il.c: auditor for die year 18'A th it marked B, with the exLibil

t which to enforce from the citizens the innabiianisof said conny: and necessary to their in nit act amcnda ory f t eevct-aI acts. rein ing to the s1 luol lands j< Xo. 5, is .he annual report ar.d! 'ihe iconr.t current ct thetreatir
.. :. portant juncture.: that their r' prescn ation should! be increased. in the Ten ilory of Florida," afer s omne nine -pent therein the )' er for die same year : that narlcd: CJ wi-h d.eporcrXo b, is '

: While it llierefoic res-olv by ihs Legislative Council, That our comii.ilice rose ai d mr. Sn.ith t thrcielioin icpjiiu: said bill to hits !i nm.i.al) i. port and a ceont cum nt if thf et riiiui.sfot.' ruf iliceiitij
I ., defbnce one jK> the community in Congiess be respectnlly! roquesrc'l to procure the pas Iloir-e amended : wl.irh repoit was oi.cuiud in ar.i' said bi :.s j ol Tallahassee ; -hnr marked D wi l li tl.e -s.i-i! : No.7ilheew-

4 cuy other may aert a similar t a Jaw, during the present session of 1 Congress, giving to | re. cl I die second and third tt' es (t..c rule i eiiig wa.vcd) unit j-assed cutirc::: message (.f the -1 h instant: to. ctlr! r with! the rrrort of is
0. liary the case with the tro ps from of Duval am additional repns ntathe the Legislative : crdcied it.ai :he lide I be :.s above .atcd. auditor resptt-ing the '1 a.ta liace fund

were called Ier; and iweuly nine only re ; ol this Territory. A bill entitlfd, t'n ar.-t u> grant a lease of two sections of the All I I of( w hit-b i ire-. t-ctfully subwi I td..

.. three peiv.w* Wut. Tmwe wh* are further resolved Tl-at the chief c'crk of thi House be I sciioc-I lands to J. A. S Norman for the purposeof education.'I? \Vhich v.as r-aii anil laid e'n tie ale! : al n,

plain at mis state of thin< S, and demand and direct d I to forward this preamble and rcsolu'ion to was on motion relcned to a select: committee : racs-.i, M Cants. I I'nnn' the same eonuniitee, lowh \\osreferreJ ihr rprrttl

is exacted from I hem titan Iron) oUiers, in Congress, so soon as the same .shall be duly certi Berthelot and m I Job ns'n, were ap; ointed i on that committee. die as diior: concerniriir! a relt-rriice oarbitraiorsut* the matter piccntroveisy !
others The llou-c ten;;: took a recess until three o'clock.At between' G. hoin'oii and the forami-sin-
: be a6) cuit: |>fcllfd iuto strvic*. feu .. ..- .__ _1 __ J i..: __ .t ..iI _ llnv>i fi'i'ln/*!: lif' TTfit urjn mtivi-ni'il flu r.rr-i-.r.1i't ,,. ..j- .1 --- ,. rr._i-i Benjamin. .. _, .-__ .1 __...,?,., fr ht'iiiBthf )(

a_ *-" so Il'A lie iu.-i I jviiu ikui urn me jjuvernor nas Blount from the Judiciary coinniitiee, reported favourably business. captol in sni-i i'y ; report, tlui iIledui"iOfl> o '1t' '
cjlhnij, they may nt bills The IIo"c in committee of the whole lock under I Ranu !
.' iiluwing : con>ideration i Iph; th umpire of said arbitrators, ou;ht to be
pear. The ouJyreuii-dy is"t make lw entitled "an a bill entitled, ': an act to amend an act to regulate with Inch
: act 10 repeal die27th section of an net en proceedings iichanceij : u was and laid n llie taN'e.
fore a emit martial: which court haK th act, concerning wills, letters testamentary and 1 1-ltcrs of *. rIri.m| to\ed Nov. 7ti! 18-vS," alter some nine spent dim in I mr. ttcrthelot from the committee on Enror.cnts! rrportru as

,. line of not iwe them Viflg Dollars: it and the duties of executors, administrators and the committee rose, and inr. I 1'ennis' ; ti.erefr. in reported >aid bill to correctly linr-lcd :
i' i icrmcdiale penally between,,) One Cent and ." the House .mended, which report was concurred in, and said bill I an act to repeal an act lo establish a f.rry over the TVaoccI..

1' in noutiiie.vviier uch Mitral repugnance ; entitled, an act for the relief of Eliza M. Shaw," and was again read the second lime, and oidercd for a third reading I} river, at Si.:; Marks," iml

service, it i i.< mn t 4vi.>us that the fine to entitled, an act concerning mortgages," which rcpoit on to-morrow. An act amendasory -nd cxplannloiy: of the milit'a laws now
Jnciinsiilerabje auJ in, and said bihs' wee again read ;ind ordered t tor a The House again went in'o committee of die whole! on a bill 1 in force in ll is lerrito y."
wholly "
-.. tained. If the! line inadequate lo on to-morrow. en i d, an act to amend an act to inc rporate a company called 1 A b.hI entitlul, a's act for dc ( cmpcnsaihn of ihe member'
*>:icc to i) roJlfcicJ was at One from the s.uni c-untni tee to wh m was referred the pcti- th- Si. Andrews and Chipola canal company, pased the third day I and aid ofh'ccrs of the council, and for other purpose?,' *as a<
by order given to any Thomas E Itandoipliand; others, rej or cd that ihi-nt thercn the committee I gain read, r-nil refcncd to a coinmit.ee of the n-bole : af-er sonre
or on failtm1 M pay, or find a substitute, deem LegHaliun on the subjec. u necessary which rose, and mr. Moron therefrom repotted progres- and asked leave I lime spent therein the committee ro-e, and mr. Ban-ill therefrom,,
.. : rcnorl
td in
service niul In wil i'1r, 4ui, ii ,, ,, ,
r.'ri..ri ng.lrri.'i1 I
i .1 i t.iorcal'icr subject to S u< !' u 111 UJ tilt iA*'UOl-. : t'i in nI ttrt. -d -- -. -- .. 1 .---,I.."- .I .*'.I.- .- ". .> -- i- ;ft1 renrt AVJ-
ed force might l hi1 r.i.el ; and without Berilielot from the committee on Enn.hncnis, reported as said bijare! ord red lo be printed. I concurred by die House.

kind it i i'* J'jily to iiiit'uipt the taisirig an Enroled, the following b.lls ; The Hntise! again w nt into committee of the whole on a bill I mr. -M'Cants from the sclec' comniittpe to whom was refert'2bill '

') For iiloriH..tion t< tiitr Council, I lay nc for the relief of the militia and volunteers of Fbrida, entitled.'' r.n ait to regulate die patrols of the Territory <>f Flo f intiircd, "an net to gram a lens ; of two icctionspf ihesclnw
w.. iiptin thiN siiiijcci! lately rt-ccived from the service of the United States, during the prestnt fn- rida, apcr srwe time spent then-in the committee rose, and mr I lands to J A S. Norman, for the pc rposes of education," reported

." -' ,.. .. (Icorge K: (/i:i ise c.tluia-ls ." Blount ll.ercfrom Ieror| e.l said bill to the Hou-e, and asked to t be >aid Iill to the House airend.d : 'vhich wasccnrnrreita
,.,'. ferson and E>cunhij.: roinmaudin in act to organize an addiiional regiment of militia in the discharged fioui die furti.er consideration thereof : which report I and said l.ill was read ihcscocud timsand ordenJforathirdreaii--
of Madison and Hamilti n." was concurred in : when on motion ol mr. Berthelol said bill was I in-r on 10 lav.

Which with! the act to amend an act regulating the mode of suing out writ> referred to a select eoinniituc : messrs. Berthelot, Dennis and I mr President laid before the coun i!lhe following mc5 S* oB
accompanying letters arid Smith were appointed on said committee. lib
prosecuting appeals in the territory of Florida Excellency the Governor : ,
to the pass
militia: committee.mr. ) ) % 8th 1832- A bill cnti'Ied' an act amendatory and cxplanMory of the mi EXECUTIVE( OFFICE,

Hunill lu'n the select committee to act to idler and change the terms of the superior courts of litia laws now in force in this Territory," was read the third time Feb. 12ih 18?*. f

n bill! emitted, :iii act respecting certain District of Florida and passed : ordered that the title be as above state;!. To the Legislative Council :

)flice in C !umhia county," reorIed[ the act to establish and organize a corps of military exemps in A bill entHed. an act to repeal an act to establish a ferry over I recommend to the legislative: : con icil the followinga
I with amendment: which of St. Augustine." the Wauculla river, at Sr. Marks," was read a third time and at the end of the first section to the let, amendatory expb3
1 read a scc',n-l tiuit and ordered report fora act for the relief of Albert G. Tomlin on passed : ordered that the title be as before stated. tory of the miliiia laws now in force The law will then,
third act in addition to the The House then adjourned until to-morrow at eleven be considered! oloer 01efl|
A bill entitled;! "an act to several acts now in force regulating o'clock. effectual. The act as i' stands, leaves a
Jackson to authorize I proceedings.1' Friday, February 1 %. to cavil and dispute. The amendmeit will: render it ID.le7'' "
county levy a 'tax for the
-.t />lher purposes" was read the third tune act other lo purposes improve die capitol' square in the ciy: ol Tallahassee Tie Rouse met pursuant 10 adjournment, a quorum being prc- and' and plain direcicd to ahAna the rommnnJii: officer be reqllirtd drbltt" f"'ton
: that I the title be as above sta ted. act respecting certain ?cne! journal ol yesterday's proceedings was read. to compel said delinquent,
records in the
thc'clerk's office of Colum Morli-n oflercd die ; service.
A bill entitled mr following preamb cnnd resolutions.
an act to enable IOU:; H. EATO.VWhi.
and act to alter .he Resolved, That our Delega e in 'ongrc'-s be rques'ed to use
guardians to sell the real charier of the
r estate of life insurance and ii ust CO'tl- beexcidi'ns have the h ovedareCOn5ut
10 a'committee of his tu provisions of the third section of the was read, and thereupon m: "Wood

J -I--- '. the. whole : the House \ nrt In nrnpn.l nn ../., <. -: T.---_ -, I ac (ifS Congress, cntitle-l, "im act to authorize die citizens of the ation-of the bill returned with said communication. The.. Ve*
L: -- lvr'7' ,1. """ "t"1 "lrrci" uiie a ncvigable stream." ""D r" Vlttn> "1 Territory ot AI Kansas aim loruto, to elect r .. ir umcers and for n.tys being required on said motion b" messr tfrowu w. -

; mr. (hcrelnin| reported said bill to act to amend an act milled //other poses,'' approved Januari21st'1829; ), extended to Flori-1 bia and Benliel'rt, were Yeas mr. President, messrs. BurritrD
whicli p concurred in arid sah ." an act incorporating die town jj'da, by which it is made 'blu-nuny'iipon the executive to re'inn all nis, D.iwiing, Ihival) Higdnbothain IJtmfcr, Ji.bnson, b.eca.'

I" nmil third tinie (time rule being vaivcd) ac to incorporate the St. i; bills to the legisla-ive council, which he does not approve within I .Mor'.on, Sniit'i' Walker and Wood- 11. Nays mcssrs-
t. that the title iiu ;'boiated.. ." Augustine and Picolata Rail- ; dim* days after their presentment to him. I Blount, Hru'wh of Columbia, Brown of Jackson, Mac ,MC33'

rar. MoriuA moved to act authorize the Resolved, That the foregoing resolution be signed by the Pre F M'Neil, Ramsey and Tabor-1). So : ud moion: rrefule V A ihi
postpone county court of Jackson toc- sident countersigned the clerk of this House motion of committee ot'
i bills : for die building and county by and forwarded to on mr. Duval .he I ousc vent in o
: a jail for other poirpises the Honourable M. White. whole thereon after committee!
Joseph therein the
A bill act to alter and lix I : some time spent ,
entitled the
an act In authorize :ime of holding the Spring term of Which n-ad and the rule and in coolf01")
A v. SeaLlrok the court of Ducal were ( being waived) plaed among the I mr. lilount therefrom ref orterl sal I bill amended
': ) It) ehl his estate Ewitl, real and act to enable counly. orders for a second read ng on to-day. ty with the suggest ion ol" His ce.Iercy Governor; *** .

A bill etIitltd, act to atilborjy.e the real estate of executors in1.nts.", administrators and guardians to mr. Blount from the Finance committee to whom the same had I per. was conturred in, and said bill wis read the secDdana 10

; nor heiN of SCXIIIS Kt1fl1) deceased : the been referred, reported a bill entitled, an act to amend an act to I times (the rule being waived) : the vcic and nays being ieqtlit:
A bill entitled, at act for the relief, for requesimig repairing thi'Delegate in Congress to procurc an provide for die more effectual collection of the revenue and fi.r on its pa>r.age by nessrs Wood juul'Mieon, wee Ycasn'f. rre5l PU
nf tlnitcol
W'Cill dcceased l.'> the States military road. other purposes," amended:, which report was conVurrcd in and dent messis. Bn.wnof t Columbin, fiuiri r, Dennis, l>owninf. ,
A bill entitled, "an act for qbtajn requesting an Decgatc in Congress ,to use his ex- said bill was read and ordered for a second reading on to day. I val. Pligginbothaui, Holloman. Hun e.% John-on. KenaB, totOU'
\'ildcr dece4ised." the rehiefof the appropriatiw br the impi-ovemeni. ofEcon- Also, from the same committee, to whom was re'crred'a bill entitled ll atnsey, Smith, U a ker and Wood H tays mefsrs.&*1lbOt'

I A lull an act lo nmend an net lo raise a revenue for die Terri'o-' I Blount. Brown of Jackson, Macon, A5 i Cants, M*>eil and
entitled referringthe
; I "an act fbr the relief of Kerr to the Dtlegatcln rnepxrjals C and Accompanying map ry of Florida, passed February' 10th 1832, and for other purposes," -.7. So said bid is passed : ordered thai the title be as "
deceased iircss.
IJti1n-1 and ...: .... t. reported that thecommiitee deemed legislation on die subject in- ted. gjifl
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y# s. Ii ii'g uuuci me luniija rxpedunt, 'vnicn report was cuncurreu in. The resolutions otlered on yesterday hy mrBurrm "---
of William Smith deceased whiei riet ot bp rojjriaied; as a fund for the relief of the orphan mr. Blounl from the Finance committee, made the following ) read anil'adopted. .
whose report -
I. said bills are ordered to be indefinitely n fathers have fallen or mayJail!! in the present In : \ bill entitled, an act 'o repeal the 27th section of an acte !

A bill to incorporate the Atlantic p* uvafrom! ti e committee The committee on Finance to whora vas.referred the annual reports -I tit'ed' tn act concening wils! letters toamentarY and 1etiC1Sc
; Road r and : claims'made' the following of, the auditor and trea.surertIso the rep'ori of the commissioner admipistrat'on, awl tlme duties of exe'nIorsadminiMr5rs
company, wa port ,
taken *
c znr. Dttvning up nm the orders of the day : 'I he of the city of Tallahassee, a/id ihe 'message ol tile executive guacdirIflS," wus read the third time: tie eus and ny3
committee claims '
.. c the and mnve.i th indefintle posiponementof the same : port op the claim of on the Centrui beg leave tosubmit the following e- of the,4th instanf. with the accompanying report dfthe audt quired on its passage by messrs. Downug: "and Smith,
yeis nays being called cn said motion by mer. Ber This claim is Batik ofj florida, referredo ibera. toT, showing the present situation of the. Tallahassee Fund-REi ni'fcsrs. Berthelot, Blount, Brown of (Columbia, Brown o,
thelot foupded ,.
and two nccount/
Downing ; were Yeai mr. President session of the which 'occurred at the PORT : son, Burritt, Dennis, Holioman. Hunter, Johnson, KeP"VM'Caois
messrs. Bkiunt Council of -
Browi, of Columbia, Brown of Jickson Burritt of 1834, allowed in the Compensation Thai theyhave bad the same under consideration and have'eramined -I M'Neil. Ramsey, Smiib labor and Wood M-
tbatjear and
: Huhinman, Hunter, M'Neil MOtion Dnwnng, >y ilje executive underube: Jaw Th-y the accounts of the auditaVand'trea'sorer' and fi d. that I mx. Pr sdent nt ssrs. Downing, Duvul, .BigginbotbmathiWalker6. ,
! h Valkcr awl Wood-i5., RamSey, Smith Tgfor, amount, in.Uie aggregate to 1175, beside irtewsL ,The ,general they are all properly; sustained by vouchers, and-jtiiafc thA, ffisicaj.I So said bill passed : ordered that tb@ Ut1
) refused
.Naysmestg. ffpYerBmfnt ias
: lkrtlwtotDenflIL fo'pay tlie'm : tbc officers"of
buval Higginbothem ; the treasury concerns of'the territory so far as those otficers d.. as above stated.
Johnson Kecan Mscop ud say Congress hakunnUled part of.the :coropensntion law'oi*I83l have been aq cpe rp I On of vole
p-s.. said bill M'Capia allowing 'conducted jnth fidelity.T By reference 10 the'-occetmt motion mr Blounl it h ordered that the
t is o aimexeatbat thbte'accoutiUJjlmdtheOrlegnte sys in a letter hereto .cQtiek! ; f ih ,irjfasqre Will piear.that tfaeLdi&toyseWnts tm jtUftK
>rF3ubfccuo Congress, opd he cannot get account of the terriidry forthti iJie,30Uj- -, [Continued on-ecoh:4: page.]

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