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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 12, 1836
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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System ID: UF00079927:00177
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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her Jok' }3ttaAn"1 iuutd Feb. Ill 1 IlL consequence o"'d twbaDC with the Indians in 1 t,
I'.'lpril1'enn Ii6 Florida the sale of the :
Rtluf'7lQblt town lots advertised for on the 4 ..i I
off ) $26334UEpcfcDd&1IIifl lid Fhbruary is pol\poneduDtil Tucwlay the 19th 'a, # '
t said case, and all others ante day of April next
rj. issuing of said
l er T eIld riII T1OLICCOIC plead to the ; ''UEwholc tract of Land called Forlies'Purchase, ;
LafldbuaPa.a JL amounting about TWELVE fl' r
in..to the statute ill : HUNDRED r ,
VJ I& :: said cast' a THOUSAND'ACRES, situated in M ddle Florida J

,- .tit"i J:&ndpw ijeij' Q' 00. together with! the Town 'of APPALACH1COLA ;1 .

'U4l1J. D WESTCOTTjr | AU'rs for ( I and the adjacent Islands in the Gulph or Mexico, having :

I ci S.' SIBLE).. ) I ..,- I been vested in the subscribers ns trustees, by J
a. II th 1836. 27tf I and tor all the use of all the. proprietors. .,1

Iets .Feb. bcrcRioR CUU > : informs the public Notice is hereby jjiven, that on Toes Jay,, the 23d !j
: .ISTILI cr-LEoi CCOWTT immediately opposite ehy .f" Februaiy 11(\'t, at 10 o'clock in ; he forenoon,
a-1 reipondendnm
hoD1.i V Sunwious l ( where he has u.e Din-elm uf the Land
tsea L ridtf', the case prcnus just :> Apuiach.cftKi Company ,
j0i I TresoASs on $3-00.upon of season will tiposeto sole, ntpuhlir tuirtiun ii the Town .
Id J' DUlUd WcS GOODS, lUady ol! ApaJacliicoi: the Building Lots in tie said tcwn
Jan. 21st
1jigJIkfl' beitQ.dll1t: ; ud
? u China, Glass agreeably$ ion cel titled plait thereof to be exhibited
PI. RttUr11Jblc to 4ps al Icrlll, 136 f Bootsand Shoes at the,time of sale. 1

I.ot 1.1rVI1Et1dndaflt j2 O 1. : ; i 1 : m Drugs, cc. All *f '1 he terms of sale will be one fourth cssh; the residue I' .

t2. ; in slid case and all othf'rs.InLCI: ihrec annual mstah.icnts, with merest, and !.' IWI1CI'I t

d notice of the issuing of:ud \ l IAS HAYS. the payments are .adc, and :tcttiics for tie
.1.steJ and plead to the IC-tf instalment accuidin the Oevd of Trust
Ie to appear given, ;; lo .*
eflncllIlent.ld"11! according >10 the statute in su and the ui tides ot utsociuiion, a clear titl-s: in-fee simple -
ISe STORAGE !!!
u.onfiledln5tll pvid -d. J. I>. WESTCOTT, will be made.

t list ude :1Is 1836. 24tfAssumpsilkumi..onsadics AtL'y IorPl'tIiJ1iiDL j 1 the New xTork, Dec. 15th, 1835.
'. Dalt d Jan. a spacious build ;1
LOUIS McLA E. } .
OI isrM I CT.-u 1 AlJSDIi ;VP&RIOR L.OLJ' 1'. and goods. CHAS. AUG'S DAVIS, } Trustees. .j' I

e j je jy l 1111 t y, 1 M'CARTY. JOsEPHM.VHITE. J r
JJ&n4 plUldcnJu.1I fiJi $.1 UO lh\lna .
vs The Directors of the Apalachicolala L and Company
term la : 1 H i
\ returnable l) spring; ,
, jFigt& Attachment for 3500.nrkfm I referring to the above advertisement otVer at prime I f
interested will 1 sale, in such quantities as may be wanted, the t.
eI. ,\ .hnt filth 811 others will be made to tract of Lund known as ".Forbe Purchase, ," lying 4 f
and the
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I.i T Wil.. nIbtltuutmofs1id kuit and plead to i I ; Court for Leon between the iltvers Apilachicola und St. Marks, ..indexieiiding I' r
Kuachmenif und w appear on the
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estate ol' this
within miles Tulbhusate. 1
. : MX oi n ,4
,11 JjaiI'01 ; filed I in said case according to the i county. tJ act IS to be tound lJml" of the"lineal coLon and sugar ; 1

J d'u5uch m\d.' afl(: provided.WES1'CU PJaiiti1Eti I I ) E Xtcutors. lands in the:outhcrn country; also t 'acts of the 'I' I
; for
;: .. rT, jr. Att'y $ finest pine lands and extensive tracts of I vc oak; buts ;

r hn,1I' 101"6. ;;'f________ !I 24 6m purchasers will examine lor themselves, a partiu- ,.ti.
: ..tt CuVHT or Ll.os tol' Tr.Is 1 lar description unnecessaary. The 111(2( to purchasers f f
vO( .
r.l TIff .\.Lclullcllt.JtllJ will be the same for the town lots i f Apalachi .
r.Q !,atr IIIl'Jl! \ I will be made to cola. %"tt iii

CKltin. \ In Assumpsit.dcfcJdant : : County of Gadsden The townofAppalacicola is situated l the mouth to

JCJrph J IF. l .: and all other persons interested the estate of Joseph of the river of the same name. ou St.Geor ge's Sound, .. t: 5-I
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JoII IHcll J'notkc \\ nl of Attachment in the Gulp Mexico. It i is die seapoit the RIvets '. i\

IIt & Of TeoLeof the Clerk of the I C NOR WOOD. Chatahoochcc, Flint, Clnp'>ia, Apul .hicolaand : .
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a titfl sued Jut in thc above stated case: t I I their tributary streams, and is coniiee-tcJ with tin .
I. C url C'fL' 'ouuty and Ilcal.l 10 the ER are flourishing towns of Columbus aid: Irvinton, and .- :

, ""Illhcrcr appear tt' the flrm uf the and w lib large districts of rich ai.d fertile pla nations in : l' i
actirIiflg daily t
said .
e Led1i r41SC Georgia, Alabama, and Florida, '1 he of cot- !
lIeral cxpom\
.1. ""nJ ( ) assortment of t
a IUUCI.bCl1olut 1 |iERTHELOT.At tOil from this port have been icgulariy me reusing ibr a
Goods
j.tU1.S Tiy Shoes t
, !tonic y for ITtfl. : Utensils, ,$-c., the last three years, and it is supposed wi this year: s if I

n. "' q-_ .".'. low for Cash exceed 50,000 Dales. "
It'l' .6. 1AD.hlNISTHA'rUH'S- 1 I or
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I Fell. I Twelve to fifteen steamboats already fi id constant
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, iNOTlCE.llie employment on its waters, ana few couutr e.: ll.nt. liner .:. :
prospects ofadvanccnit in luugiicbliu e and com I 1
I nilisafirrilaie, we will apply to l ltCofirl J I than those the bovc > "
: : merce, bordering on rivers n culioned. J
r ( ..1.lA'II ui 1 Ctmniy l for a d : t
ot tie (JIIUII1. apply to to the lIon.
, cTIe\ t fWII: till'' ntluiuijst. ir.iinuiSxi ; II t IIle e-la Ie ;. of Leon county, for Apalachicola has been settled but a few years, ar.d .4 "i: .

. \ 111. lbi; !,tkc.! !all'. Clt -ah I eiuinty..J. : ;{ estate of Asa H. those who have hitherto l'Cbltcutherc, ha'Miig ne in- 1'
U.; HALL, tcrest in the soil, have paid no attention to its improvements -.4
, \\ HALL C. CRAFT. further than suited their mdiiidual con .
m. I .
'I ur'.s.1S35. veniclI c. Sales of about thirty lots Lave already : f.
ill
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I ; I I : I I been made to individuals residing at A >alachicol.t, '.

rlljllw: 'l1', I 1SI,. Sept! Gll'&I0111UT : h 1 Columbus New t ork, who have pgr-ed: to crtt. .

I ; : to the Honora lire proof buildings on the said lots w-uhou delay, and ,

& ,lllplMliif)! .Ul Cuttoti.V. t. ; Court, for let ether measures will be imiiiednitely adopted to niaku ) .

r I 9" ::-ssTUUGK: I will attend to Storing I ( ) of iTristram Bos- such permanent improvemeuts as will: no doubt .':

jjL.hi"V.iuCation[ : | : :thy w i ill I I U'stdvanre h i I make it as healthy a place of residence as is to be ., ,1

<'.,1: ,in ,'.;tru-:t'd to t ,inr c..tI re for s-hijimeiil to R. BOSTICK. met with in any city south ofVirgi.: a. 1

, market in t1ic Ciuted! Slates or elsewhere ; and \ : : 1 St.George's Sound i U capacious, and ha.t sdcurc anchoragciti :.
firrliasc: at Cither their Stores in Tallahassee or St.Jkrkj. 1 I h : ) l on a Tanyard blue clay bottom, and i is dcftnUed on all .f .
; Oct. 4th, 1034 (Slf) i business, will meet sides from the sea. It has two s-one by :. ic \
1 ; I will be given, II the "East Pass," admitting vessels 600 )ns. havinl-
.
" N OTlCK5.x : cords of red e;tk. j! 16 feel over the bar at low water; tile otter by the "

; I I "\est Pass," having l'2j to Is feel at low water, admitting 1. '.(
I months :ihier tI.IlC! I I lull! a Il'plW the H :
I GEO. FISHER. vessilsof35U tons burthen without diffi .
any
b.rJd Jie' fihtf ( Court tit' Leon Ctij : .
r Jointly ii t
I; I : i | I ( 29tf culty. Vessels drawing 8 feet water usually loud ;;l .
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e, 'to loiirtlicuilf! : from the, udiiiiiiisirntion, of ) [ returned to Florida, : the wharves, those of 12J feet or 350 tutu burthen, i. '

ebUiicol'iaaiue: : ) JJryjii,
'LKAH BRYAN, sulnirtx.Talbln : :: in the practice ol town: and those of 600 tons take in their cargoes '

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I n : : Superior courts,!:: Sound. t. .
,I AI) HITRATUR'UTJCE.. : Jackson, and Letlerson subject of the above lands to be addressed 1c ;: ;J
tile JCX; AjifU, Jc.in Z i.I j U-UMHI l.UlltL.rU. Thomas fialtzcll Mitchel John
ItT They pledge to A Peter "
" ,: C IIlj'fbl'U..I.lIl1lilIllll; I.ftlw .:;t4I''CWIthtIII 1 : : tn all business con Camochan, or Benjamin A. PiMimm, nt tin UHc.c; f>' '. I
Ir :pt';ns tieccabe.i, wilt pjesuil his ac'-' W M. P.'DUVAL." the palachicola Land Company at Tat ahassee t.' )

. Ud"lIClieIS! t"r Mttlemcnt with said estate* and prulilt I"1 C. ALLLN Apalachicola, or in the city of New York, to Benjamin 5 t
; VI .;cd tliercfioin. : Woolsey llogers. .: ;

WILLIAM SPEARS, ud.i.V. i t l; i I 1 : j I Lithographic Maps Apalachicola, anJ its vicinity -' J
:arianna, jdi.Ucr !17Jcl3i.[ 11-iAp'l .
\ the subscriber in may be seen at the bElow tug places :- t
l
. 'file City Hotel. county, on the 31st In New York at the office of the 1'r'isteisorofth( p. )0.
I Hon. J, M. While, at Washington, D. C. .:;
SHALL, after the 22d inst. i esume my I Dec. hut, a brown
I ot tins (iijn rty to be continued as Hotel bald foce.white In Charleston,S.C., at the office of Richard Car '. t

. tU'! de Nuduc( aId inatia;cmfiii of 1\1 r. / ot9 years old. Said nochan. .
\ liu-s-. THOMAS BilOWrT.JamCl of Jesse H. avannah, Geo. John Williamson.. 1 j

%. b3C. X'2 if i where in the neigh- Columbus, Gco.Tallahassee J. IJlllinrhd rn Cv. :-i .t
Thomas Hi IticlL a
l'f ; reward will Flo. t
TAX COLLKCTOKfS SALE.I said horse, at the li- Apalachicoia, Hiram Nou.-se.; ; J.,
4 SHALL expose at sale on. the first .Monday :New Orleans. Abijali Fisk: S :''

ilay next, at the Court House door, in the tun l WILLIAMS, Mobile, James Il1n irity, or .. r.":!
E. herman. .
IC QUIII()',r IIrl.th.ll'alllable Tnu.t(If I Land, knou"forlllI'I'urd1lbC \ i Magnolia road. Charles -
lying on tile waters of : I I : w Fensacola, John Inntra ity. ; .

tacky Comfort, Cane and Sweel Waler Creeks, I The lollowing: Papers will publish thc a ove daily \ :'

lt\Cfiulic AMLuhieoLi) and Litlle Rivois ; or for one week, and thereafter once n weel: until the .. H

.U hoIH Wllh the improvementsas will I.c &' I 1 corn, and from five I 15th February, and send their bills to the cfficc of the: *. r'

U'8alisfy' the Cuiity Taxes ,j UI' ihercon for.the }' I I I, i ) : 'r, and almost HH Daily Ad veriiser for payment. : r ri

:lneeiiliuinJiedand tIIH.tyfhc1U1h1id, with I ; Boston Courier, Philadelphia Gazette, 4.4
MdcimifeEjbcinsjieturiicd; by the Assessor fr ) MALSTON. Baltimore! American, Charleston Courier,

County as unhsn-d ;.and the p'ro|'ctty ()Coli" MitchtPeter I : 29.3w Savannah Georgian, New Orleans Bee, ': t:

Wnclitll' John Carnaeban, Thomas : I( Cincinnati G uzciee, Nashville 1 Bamcr.Dec. i I I
'.- !ieDjvid B. O den. I D. R. Oedan. Marv 1 1 '1'atLthitsee, 30th 21 tit ,
Jlllm 1 1'B.II't't'n'AlIIlew; S. Gar, Jocph\l.Wli : osalg for lumber," I i..J t
4 : II until the I2ih
ald!' William Clmsti-j. NOTICE. '. f

Sac! to t.a.J.e ,lace within legal hours. Terms such other lum his p4
his thinks to
I' leLing the U.S. Ar- nr.HE Subscriber returns sincere i
nOHl.n.'IFUH EH, I : Flo. friends and tht public in general, for the liberal t'' .j
,
I Tax Collector forGadsden CoUnty.tIth,1S4. of eIeouraen1! :nt'he 'hasrcecve since he has been in -. 1
quality yellow
1 j 11-,1, : e knots, must l he J this place, and solicits a !con l1u\ute of Ui3ir patron .: : .
: I returned from New Yoik and has ." !t i
] In Gadsden Superior Court to bills which age. He has just ;
I
tUtt l .
received brig Somersett direct from place, a
\ BeIlrY Gee, Co.np.) \ and furnished the pet
vs. gel end assortment of flllallll winter GOODS, coiislsungof4.LlefolIowjntAiticles ::

H;, JJUIebury H. Jones l their price per to wit:- : -

i I) Henrv \I'cebk-s( \ is CHASCERT. whether they will Super blue, black, green, drab, :and adehid BroadCloths ,
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ti1jr Smith and I or at the .; 0
.'I 1kaj111 Ward, Do. double milled Cassirneres, of different colours. 'i /
i I I 1 I.. I
Itespondents.1T ) reserving ten per An assortment super.Sullinets.
of the whole con- 'ioOpieeesofNegro1terSeYrLi11SeYS anc Fustians. <
appears horn sf\tisf.lctory evidence English, French, and American Prints. !J '.';..,
Gabriel the lttt>l>(la'"s. Henry W. {' lumber must be in- Painted Muslins,Fancy Shawls,Handkei *hiefsar.d "

lbsDi Smiih and Benjamin Ward, do no\ reside I to contract by the Super Pongees, Lustring and Fancy Sill s. ..
trlct. out reside in UC slal's ('f Alabainn ) i d '
LOUIaIuaf : who will b* sworn tics.Ready I' ( .
befott It is Ufore on
DltTlCl the J Ul'gc' of the Superior Court for ll" 1\1' find constant employ 500 pieces brown, bleached,plaid <$ strip id Domes- :.;\ ;I

,,. Ceryo) If Florida,GaJ den Counl), (sitting in ( Bale Rope; black castor, beaver,.drab, and Wool -r
\ ollJt1fure the tirsL .
diy of the next Term ..
; *tidCourt > \ SON. Hats. S J .1
1 and answerthu bill filed by thc Superintending. A few dozen Walebone Bonnets.
Lilt Ii 't
a, (O'IIJU&o.tllCJ.se, olberwi thc same will be t.lIh 28-4w 500 pair Russell Brogan Shoes. .. 1[(

l 1),.( : 500 pair Kipped Brogan Sliocs. j k
19th, 1 35 19.4m ._ I S and Others. Gentlemen's and L allies Walking Shoe n jr.
'
!( having taken that 250 plur'Negro Blankets ferge Rose Blankets, &(. Ii .
: the oflhe Jamaica Rum, Holland Giu.Rectified -1.-)
I SX WEEKS after : I upper part Old Cognac Brandy
date I shall .
apply to the "
.
I ornbletheJudge[ of, the purpose.of accom-I Whiskey, Wires, 1'cas,an d' \ i
C of
County UrL 141 I
and Jamaica Coliee
rUnty,for lett.crs ut administration intending Cuba, St. Domingo. !
the
l1ilu tlcceasLd. on estate and coun With an assortment of Cutlery Crocker and i

I Fb.4t! 1516. 2G.'w It. HALSl Y. ; ; wish to buy, or Hollow Ware, &c. ti,'

,are determined to With many other articles, too tedious to mention.All I
HOWAJiD'S\ TONIC l\llXTUHB, I high a cash price of which will be sold row for Caui, or approved i k

I AND the city. .Credit. Country Merchants ca>i be suj-' !

Anli,Costive PiUt. I or sale, plied at a small advance on the New York prices' !

I.,consequence i.f the. uumcrvUB attempts to : : The subscriber will advance, and ship Cotton to :"
) S. C. He' will purchase
T" "UIUllioi'8 of R.wand's valuable \ New Vork Chaileston,
won UK: luL ljc-hc has -lcriuintd lo confide Cottony and give the highest market prices .
Itl .
| ALEX. FORWY UUVAL. ;
tXdusiVtlf to
agents in Jifleretit! parU of
titutry, frOln whom "!0 ieae genuine articles cat- September 5, 1835. 44f-__ J

kLM4 Id to GUArd iiie ,,,orc recluaiiy, .,6asl the| ,' Brandy,Cheese, NOTICE.
6/.I/1II11 : : ;
01 ui.duthoiiHd. i vcndcis; he bus lI1 : ,
glDts : purchased' the entire :
*U'"' Now Yk.. rMiUddpliia, UNDERSIGNED having
'a Baltllnure' tu '?**' ** sales to ntrciuntt and, utile, apply to the, County interest of Mr. Gideon Emory in the l\1erch lI- .
ejlht the firm of Be;- \ -
Mt. icifU, I. t>e carried :5l1wAJ. a.Le agu administra 'the estabiUhinent conuucted under 1
Ltsge Q1Io1ItUIIt. iiEtnory'ih: this place notifies .his trends.and.
tilt. uJ'.lt, hJerli4C&oub aruc1t. in IIiii..Utiuii 4 Deceased.. .'tOn (
: -.t II UI. \f that he is ree&vingagenCratS0rt. I
4liXurt. 'have been manulaaurtd ov :R.J MAYS. customers, now
tt"S.Cnl1l himself with cai e m Bo -
I Goods selected
01 by
td .eo uf 1\wu \'rku 45.4 '. ment'
) ut&L Illr.41c. .. :New York and:Baltimore.and otTers the sam I
The name of.., .tul in ttuol ton :1.
$m" tie' buLtlc* of the iWILIILIOIL' '.1'he gcrnii I e of Campbell and at !reduced prices at retail, at the stand o
:Icfe y be i,i/J.of the 'Allowing ".. by calling, on our.for Iwc fiirro. ALSo- .
.," persons, with Cotton Gins brig "Harmony," d reel from
'* o" daily
: m lbik part of Florid and Gewgia ; ..Expected per .I'

'I f"dham( 'E.r.B: Perkinl, General Agent, Tallahassee, 1 or'Iron the nboye'artK;S4v i, to Liverpool'30 j I.pp tons-Jfemmefed:consignment IRON, 1:

Imta C.'EceICl err CO l'bamani1ieIt : : agents 'viju--C. C. 30 CrJuM E(rthern*WARE .- J

: & 'Winey, iam. &:Co. Jefferson' .' I IBO K #COTTON BAGGING "
4 Sturlu, :t. MaID. .t I, Wsi t
L .\.'awmaa Alexander ; 'de.n ,county) J. .no 1f'lott..t LiVerpoorgrouDdcI'T, {
Hickllown, whobale toMerchauls at or ncaVSCjJ
-xti1is for fur'Jiep ."hie he offervat ,
-Florjda
i ': WiflL&ml&Co.. MontiecI1., : ,! 'IT ''";;'. .".,, 'N wY rk pTiees. If.r.1100t1Ol1 .) ,,'
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I l' ,t 1'.0lI0me Mk.oky. \ *-" .. :
w < >CAJtfPBEaLiJ: :I purchd a i : 5 J : c
: {of A Pcrkis will.b on;all the : ; ;.A ..fJ'ru. .1:1 Y' .1 "TUBBU't.T R. BErTD4'T.w'Tali .

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I : the -cu and nays being required I bereon, bl nies1T. Wood ti HIggin.b ba Jubnsdn ad ; Ancliid.b.h .
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and 'Cauqiwere Ye raf.8 rlhe.t t.. uoutcTowOficktho e ; 1 t1alflt501Uhj ROBERL dy J.'a
BGriti nefl4gDQW4rngi1oI1o1nan! fliiser. ,Morton 'Ibe yeas and nay.- o trig J. HACKUY J. .,
J. [CONT1NUED FnOM oUR UIT.] d ih OPJItIO f to t -_ P
OURI Rfgintotb- charging payment n 1 .
; ,. 4 :: The resolutinns utTered un Ihi" morning b.v mr. Du\'at in re : ,am aDd Jblull 8I11ith-Na D 'KeA&DMa'ooD'M'CantS.r. Pre: iderneSfE, M'rttiJ, Tabor, ;)aker) I I objections o. the 111&t.andvyre. u r Pfld.e',_ne-sra.) .11 'loHisExceleDcy..JOHN H. )
&lota Ee\'ONOT.OfFor.
.. :1! : lati&m tn an appropriation lt1r 8 rev\Ud t&e, were agalD tread 8d Wood-ll. And said resolution is lost; I !, Blounl) Jackson. B.urm. DbWOog; !

# } :: I nJ adopted. messrs. Uowningi Wood Ind Morton \\ere appointed a select I Moron; Ramsey, Smih, 1 ad Wo1d1b2. 1a) s messrs.. reports 1}'Ot, that it bas etece the .

I :'i'f' A bill entilled%, ,c1" :Itt tn dt'tflC! Santh B. Shelton, from committee to confer with the Governor upon the subject oC :he ap- 'Dennis, Hunter, Johnsuh, Kehun, Macn M'CIII i and end. r.el by the 'error 'hos Bo
S..muel Bddle
., hcr husband Plum B. Shdlnflt" was read the third time ; the propriation. M'NeiI and \Valker-9. Said re olutons not bein pas ed by tie cy. Juudin and as-iaie a par ; a b

k yens and ntYIbein required 011 its paf48age&bY t1wrs. John HIS Excellency, the Governor transmitted to the House the fol- required majority pf 2.&b of the mexnbeis u!ibis Huu: arC lcsSL.. poyifltflt th residue tn tin B.nds are Bunne'fh tbe-;.
turvide
; reiued recoo&ider the bill more au.1 i.installueDIS
on "J rItI l Mnrtlm\ Yeas m ssr8. Blltunt, Bm\V1I of CIun owing communications : The House 10 cfectally Ot1. Bundrt T
were each be
&c. to paid 10 the Bank
i defence
EXECUTIVE OFFICE t tor the or the ter. on C
itf'
LI.
r ,' bia, Burritt; DnwnilllY', Hunter, 'Cantt, Mnrtnn Ramsey Feb. 14th 1836. j urrilt and mith wee appoin.ed t committee to wake th'l of the I Alabma, Florida, : lclO or. .o'
: 'Vntl\er and \Vnod 10 Nays mr President, tnessrs. B tlhe' ccnuuiuee to be
I : ai.d the
said only on instalme
I. To the Leg 5Jath'c Council : announcement to the 'ovrnor : mr. Burnl frol :, p id to the Bask
I r '. : lot. Bruwn If lr.ksl1n, D. 'lIIi' DUVII, Hi .Jinbth'm, Hctllc' 1 numlDa Robert J. Hackleyas autliolleer, for Leon county.I reported thai they haa performed the duty assigned tt em, & were ihe Bank subJecl to 3 peremptory caB by the d'0 t

: : '. z ; man, Jiihtrin, Kenan, M:1C'Ulj M'Netl, Srnn1 nml 'ubur..13.. ant ,'cry respectfully, your obi dlcl1t servant; auhoti et by the govelnor to say, that he withdrew his ubje1ions Lail-Road{ ) company the amount C t th Bonds flui t
/ t So .iJ h.1I EATON. and the an understanding h had with that
% i is tlZf.; .. JOHN B. to said approved same. 1hattheadI
r i c _. : 1 ne House then tnokt rqcess ''lnlil 7 P. M.. h'htn H adam 'Vhich nomimnion 'a5 advised and counscnted tu by the House. mr. Berthelut from th committee on Enrolments reported IS correetly sist 00 the payment of the in cmpn1 full, at Ofl ,

p. .r :I., net fr tile trHlsactioll,, of hIlSllleS Also, the following : Euroled : payments hal be parialy made as -she neesitie
t \ ;1 :' A hill entitled, Hln act tn repeal% :In aH concerning pitrota EXECUTIVrOFFI: E. f A resolution requesting fn pptoprulion of 82,0 for the Road company shal or th' ( .

.i t jt tII :U< assc.l February Gill, 1834, and f 1r either purposes," wits read Feb 1411). ft441 lj. t making n road from l.oJmes' Valey postOthceJ t at the on sale] of they require only s ifficient topa1fr dolann
tJ he.ld or Chactnwlatchee mary surveys and and the
To Ihe Legis! live Council : bay, expenses i amount
L f OJ! the 3d time and passed: 4rtket1! tlmt she title be as Ihtwe staied.1:1T. nominale the following 2entlernefl to fill! the fficts : A resolu ion c. : the lax on sales at aucti. D, of lands ur satd ix Hundred and Sixty-Two [ 1

: !-t i J Tllc IImlS'e in committee of'the whole lgaill tnuk ulldt'r cnn1i of colonel, heUlenanl.1 colonel, and major, uf the !it.h JCglllhut, produce or Ihis count ncerng}. been ptiid into their hands by the Balk.;olan Ind Fift Ctt n

{' idcralitln 3 bill ntilcd.h! ii act r.lr the r.ompellsaliun ur the second brigade of Florida militia, (VIZ) : mr. Btunt offered the foil .1ing resolution : They will require further paymen..s on the

: 1 ; members ;HlJ! dfficers ill' tile COllll il nlHI .fbr other purposes," Francis R. Sanchct, as colonel j Cotton Rolls, as lieu.fnam coinn'I 1 hal Charles A1 be authudzed to al e care or first ten iiIes vi their I.oad, when the. second coplt:

it '. tier some time spent therein the trirumiuce rose, antI mr. Bur ; Lkwelleyn Jliamsj; as major ; Iud aSso, Charles Huward, the capitol and the pubic square during tIl pres.11 lear, and thai Hundred 'thousand Dolas on the B aids will be paYtl

: .: J' IiI t 1i-iei efrom repnrted said hill hi the H IUse with melldment8 ; as judge of he county court 1')1" Dade c.unty ; lomas Allen Eq I, !lie be "ilowed the sum uf 8OO, and that ll: commissioner of .be Bank. This rule of payments, it IS understoodjhI retjyj,1.'

4. whir.h report WlS concurred hi b.v fll louse; and said bill was of the City of New-York, as tommissioner lIt' deeds, &c. for 1 I. Jurlda raJalls c Fund, ray th same quarterly 10 the Mid Ausln. On the completion ,.f every teu miles a certain L j

-t; ; '. read thc sec'lllCl time unll mdered J.lr a 3d rCiidinS to murrow.'t ; and Theodore Fi-otardj; as aUCliulleer 1'01 St. Juhn's cuunly. I II I uc: beilg waived, aid resolution was read _\ adoplc. '' tIC' Cost. t't the c"mplelion of that henth; of Rod ImO
din ob't JN& '. B. EATuN. mr having taken I the President's eat, mr. owning ot: nl thr s.ockholtters. .ib
The lInllsc in cornmittre of the whue! ; resum d the cnnsidt'ratiln very respectfllJly, your sen'l, I r Blobn .
: or Lill entillcl' h act t io amend un att tn provide Which nominations were advised and 'on'clItcd ::0. I; fered tie tulowing f'olution : I By hi' harmoniousunderstanding-whi1etheaj.
i ; i a nn mr. Blount moved that the nomination or 'Vil.i AJsIOR, cornI I RUllr.tmeatJl&IJluly. That the thanks of this House, h and I IIh I rogre sin as fat a poslbletbe B ink will L I

:: ;: f for the more" ctfect Hal collection t the revenue, Mlllt for uih'r missioner of the '1 allahtt see Fund, hercuL.re; laid on the lale, I :tire hereby tendered 1 the Hunouraule t ichard Fitzpatrick, i I provide the nectsary funds, and at tlesame time aIwaj I i.

:: .:1' ptirpsts Ifler snme time SpCllt therein the commitlee rIe, be taken up, advised & consenleell 1(1 ; WIIt 1minatiun prcvaiied. I forihe able, d griiticd and tinpaitial manner 1 which lie has pre have ails command a capital nt fontle b
tfr '
'.!.4 :JIld mr. \1 orion therefrom reporteJ mill bill with :lmeJldm lIt.i'hir.h ; mr. Berlhelot frrJnt' the commillee on Enrolments reported as I sided over their delib ations, during the present session I Ilit exchange, which will regularly :increase purpo

:..: \\ reportViiS; concurred ill iHlel "aid bill was ted the 2Ji t rrectly Ehrolt"d : I 'Vllca was read and unimioDsly a opted I prgre :es, and by which it will be entbIed with eaSe 'd

'.i';j' tune. anti ordered to engrnosed fur :1 3J reading tn-n1Mrow. An act hit the more effeclual defence of the Tehitory of Florida I mr. PresIdent igin resum.t his sea and made apprprin.e tC'knowlecgm"lis I s-unstancy! toearii theinicreston the itmountwhoie

i '1 IUr. IkrtJll'l, ''him ttlt clJmmiUl'e on Enrotioentt reported and for the milhi and volunteer utsdid territory enlpluvtd I' to ih. I extPetI(1iture3 bc the making the brn't.
; '.jj}::: ttS 'urn'tl1'uruleJ : in that def nce." and 'I' .mr. Dowuiitigotrered the following resolution : I The board of director' of the Kail.Jtnd shll

. i F An :tcl ibe hank of 3t. josepH. A resolution requestinz the elcgale so to modify the acts of eut'cl, That the thanks of this House, bt and hey are here I m.lde their first report to the tokhoJ ers ; compny"",

: t t An ii1c4rhra1i1 I Icise of'one scction of.the Schuol La111S Congress as to hmlt the eiecuti"e veto three days 1Jlcr the receipt I by tendered l 10 Joseph B, Lancaster, Secretary vf this house, forth I intbnnalhy communicated to them we are to i"
act It
.: ; :' ) grant a of billS, abdRsdluiions I (aln.uy and f lellY, with which he bas discharged th.dutits ofsetetar ri! lows : enable .llaw
:1. lo J. A. S. i'tlrman, Inr the purposes or edtIc1t1Ifl.ef to pay to William P. Uuntl, J. A BClthclol, Edward (tlr.n the f ur last seSions.VIich I. Maor Graham of the United

;:1.' .A resolution concl'rJllng the election ofUovernor, Sec'ry'' &c.ri Chandler and T. P Handolph, certain sums uut of Ihe l'aJ.ahasee \ was uIallillusly adopted. I by order uf the Secretary of War tafe, is ToporaphitlE.

-,1. .A resolution ; rellI4U1I to the I act incorturalin1' .Jf. the [ 3"'mersr Fund. I mI. M'Cant ofered folowinQ! resolUlion- : I the roue.:: He is now eneaeed in a rt 'In.e ". .. c__ (
., Dank or Fltlrida and mr. Dennis from Ihe : mo'"cd rcconsideration uf tlie Rtsdrt./ -o line '
majoruy a t.anks be I they are hereby true of the Road. soon as he has ;cletermjned'1the
: : A resohJlioli authorizing the lppnintment of two coiiunision- vOle rejectln the resollltlOlllt to day b.. m. I :owziiug. in Ia- tendered 10 John G. GUln, lor the fidedlj' & ibi ity wit whicnhc I survey of location will commence at Pen fofa.

.t t. \'rs tn trn 'Vashintou Vit.y ttl nnike eer.alll reprl' entatitlll your of Benjamin G. Tllurnlon ; ,he yca: and nay" bcillg eqnircJ has p rlorlec he utie of En oling md Engrosing Clerk, will be put under contrOlct immedialely. It PxpectdtoM flt1t1 i 4

t'J:" g lOr. Dm'al ''rom the majnrity muveel a .ertlnsidt'nttiCln of the on said motion by OIcs"rs. Tabor and \ 1.00, were Yeas inesr.Berthelot ;.. tLruit ib ve Jasl.ssiols of he council menced by the first of Febrary next, md i is iI I
Blount, Brown of ColulJlba, Burn.l, I lcnlJi--, Hull, m..n Which was on its and he Upe t 1
put passage unanimously adupted completed toConneeuh r'
Alabam
i. J. "jlJ entitled. "nn att lu divorce Sarah U. Shelton frum her wi County, ,
Kenan
Macon and 1\101' on-9 buys mr Pn'sident, mcssr The House then 'ljouruc.. bin. pie. next inessseason'' authentic : bllhecp'
', Br
huban Pinto II. Snhion) which and said
t mlUml) prevailed, Brown Jackson, Downit'g' HuvaJ HIg jlJbut. am, Hun erJu ,,11- JOSEL'FI B
.: ATTEsT, 1 ANCA. 'ER, CI'k L. Council. tabti- planters of that County It i is ascertained that : I
F. bill IS made the first order lilr ctlllsideratiol1, lU JlIorro '. l\l'Can ten tho
son, s. \I'Neil, Riiiisey :milll, allor, \ .h.el'' and -llud baes of n i'. now raised there whch I
; rfhe President laid before the HIuse the following Executh'e -14. So said motion is lost.mr CEN RAL BANK miles to tile COl Alabama river his to b
j. OF FLOL1DA, l and iL will naturally 1U01ei I
: tommunicatioJJ : Downing move' that a select cOlllmitlee be now appointed TALI.AuAsl.g. Jin.. Ih iS. 6. S'' cola! hy the Rail-Road, and will be the first fruits of t ;

.. I .1 EXF..CUTIVE OFFICE, l to wait upon Hi.. Excellency, the Governor, and inform lauD hatthis To Hi Excellency JOhN H. E ETON luver r of F.orida. ; hirize.c lh m

., ., Tallahassee, !13th Fth. 1836. S House .s now ready to adjourn, and :o knosv If Ie I as any SIR-I enclose you two statements,one jug the:tate, c v I.e facts collected this season by the Rail-Road I

.1; To tile Legislative Council : I numinate lu the coullc l- further communication u make whic Uto i'i. prevailed, & n1esrs licH and i I'usmess of this Bank on Mlnd Novl.mber .It Clndi-I sufficient tu warrant the convic1on. ibsi their cori sa 1
Downing, Smith and Wood, were appoined: on said committee.mr. and the other culations mOt '
; Jacob ummerland as nllltlcl) I 01; yesterday the .lh tan will be exceeded -e.ulrs. Q 1 1
I
s.;:' ni don Brown as lieutenant colonel Downing fWl the eleci commitee appoint, cllu I wai, upLtn I None uf the debtsdde this institution are conSidered baturevsn I he extreme lowness, so late in the s ason, of 1 1I
i the Governor to inform him this House is now ready tn adjouln j do ubti u I. he th rinna_ 1I
L r every lear ; consequent or
Jnllll )1'I..emore as major, reported that the commiltee had been informed by His lx'ehIen'y. I Any other information which be desired tke.. of in rir highness prov ad oe I. I
...3.\. In and for. the J 2ihi retiiment of milit il; for the cljunt.v uf Columbia -: he woud] be readr to communicilre 10 this House. at 7 o'clock this r .",...., .; h .I. _may_ __ ___ _._ : Iy_ yourself or he Ih consumption ; the prei.arious "atureulpriotton 1
1
heavy
the
u tI11 ILl] \ el UU IUU ; c"arge on riv'r for
; ." ;1grecaLh' tn tile att of the 151h of evening.Tke } t1 PP'Ia early
JHnuary18B6. 1 han: the ; Sir exilY and J lOSS the Crfht'\;
; hOlonI b your obdier ise ani, p' rp 10 iOic: ior me rcl1ant on
JOHN H. EATON Gov. House then took ft recess until 7 whn die house .
".f\ o1Flrida. 1' M. : : a- L. .'IPS .Ntaiie! nci-arrival J his ouds at the uf the
I ; .p "hen the 11(1t1C wcnt mto secret session anti Idvlse and gain mel and proceeded to Lusincs' flu (It ubi but that the Rail-Roud opening. ill be cOlons Ime
\ tISeL in
',; The President laid before the House the S atmfnt exhibi ing the condition and b suness of I e ;
Exccut1'ecommunicalion rtto
J\.t4. \onscnied tn the tlOminatiun therei made ; when the doors : following Bank of Floridd, on Monday 2nd 85. Centr I Ii ers, both n 'tccoa. uf its eqUl1 ch'apness J Ire the lb
:o\emtr abulr
was ann openetiV and safety of t13nsportalioD.' j ,he
) srock paid\ cert.tnly '1 carriage cC
'. Cap.ll 31 505
; EXECUTIVE
: OFFICE 1 :
:
fS
,
1' L'helouse tllcn :1dj'Hlrned' until tn morrow al 10 o'c1ock. Notes 01 the Bank in circulation 83.. : amount mcrchandizf and cotton; to these add the 1
Fcb. 1.1th 183J. adu
.p ;;' 'ullday, February 14. To the Legislalh-e Council : S Surplus fund io.s, 2.1 I I'ahc ron e important, and that fact it will. of its sh.rteu be ng the in the tim/d.rect of Iineofth&fltI

.i: The HtUSC met) pursn.iiit 10 adoiirnttezii, a quorum being I nominate James niz, Thomas Douglas, John 1ris- Dividends unpaid 8151, : mall al: least two days to \ewf clk(
1' present I.he JOUELid I ul yesterdy's; prH\'edings was read. d eli, Edwin T. Jenks, and Daniel Hurlbert, for JustiC; of he D \'idend No. ;). due and payable thisaay ;,095; i.liO :) I that it Ilust the mail and'rleans, t cannot b'Ihrr. ,

r. mr. Bcrthelo\ from lilt cumnl\ttd Enrulments Peace for the COUfty of St J ,1111's. JI( hUN II. EATOS. I ue to Bank, a'd Bankers 2 : 57 93lundo From .tanspr .. a V'11 numberofpaenge.
on of
'r:. turrectly Eurull'J : reported s Which was read, and thc Dominations theci-in cOlJ'aincd and Pension .gezlcy ,:>-O others .hat t are well al'quaio leporS wih ,be it tegent flaMer an 0(
CHun
: consented to. nero ic< 12l8 48 er ry.nd whaceniony :e
I'"t. An act to rcleal :11I act is of weight, is a.icertdin.d! thai the
concerning patrols pased February mt' Blount offered the following preamble and rC.I1l1lions.] -- -- i countryhelo.CuIQ
h tHh, 1 b34, :lIId '.r other purposes, ;1 lid Whereas, the present navigation of thc Choctawh'\tchee r river, :9,58: 20 to bus w1ich in Gel.rgia the and lon'gomery in Ab !.Iam:, through which:
f i. J' resolution from i is both i Iicult md mu't .made, 'nil from
I, requesting an appropriation Congress to dangerous, for Met-m-boats: and '.\ hereas, here atd: ixyo: iwohundred yied 1a
I / procure a condensed, rEVised code of slatute14. his been recently established, through Ihe eu.erprlzing exertions Cah l'alauce, ronSjSttfl!of specie. Nu es U S. l ) ., drel i-Ruad Pensacola thousand bal colOD. Bvthe

I k"r.. A hi1! entitled, an act to divdlie Sarah B. Shelton, from If Sockton: & Co., at a heavy cxense, a .teao.-IJVat and stage line Bank and of other specie p:1Jing Bank, S J' ,!9- I.' and draw is !the neareit ror of export to a:tl&; I
guilt mu I 10
I ,. her Illisband from Auusta Georgia to Mobile Alabama Notes dislounted running 10 maluri.y : I on account of his cheapneadr!
j.' Philo N. Shelton, \Vas read the third time she by the way of the 87i from this harbour th.
Chaclawlache-, Jy.1 ,
11I1 I river; which is in the most 1 direct rout (toni the Bills of fiCiange di ctlnted running to maturity l e.l..r greH leeOk r
yeas being required its ihi
nay on John. Tne
by I slated
I
passage messrs. North the South HR'al ).H I bO facts must pron that the RaiI.Ruid
and
to Charleston
and a
: whereas Ihe -
said .
mail
: line. S
; %nd \\.toJ running as it
? on were Yeas niesrs. Bluunt Brown of be
Colurnd provided that its cinstruction
'. very
oes, through Florida and p'ate fn.ftabJe dos
; t'ruing Ihe citizens thtlcot 90 DO C
j't :. bia, Burritt, D.wnintr, Duval, Hunter, l\1\Cunts Morton and direct a speedy ,9 tell) g.eat mUley. On this it is tostzteththe
i.r, tommunicatoD; with she onhrun Cities, and tt egr.at Thp Trrrilory of Florida I; f fj; tt piI proper .
: Ramsey, Smith, Walker and \\roud-12. Nays mr. .resi-ii commercial emporium of the South : aud w.1ereas, it ha, been reocently I! Bills and nou- under pr.'csi 8 ; ; of president of Rail-Road : is him el a tlgl
i : : tent1 rut'' I'q. R-rihelt. Brown of Jack oll Hiirginbothiam, discovered from actual eAnmil."ion lnd that h..r.- Ito dl in sui 2i5: .llgh rep/tt.titn, He has examined ihe county i

f:'4' :. ol.loman, .Juhnson, KCllitll, M'r.'eil.and 1':1: IJt: I 1'--9. So said I is Q food .vu1'o, Q roO-.f. from He.lmf' Val3: .survey!P 0.1, ill Wshngton Due by Ilher Banks and Ilel m.nated specie funds i.18;., Ot a survey of it was made by his direction, and opinion i cr.
,4, hla: is passed : ordered tlmt the title be JS aUresaid.t i county, fO u byou at the head of th,' Chactawhatchee bay, VruLc.t accuun : l ( rohorated bV that of M.ljlr anothr engineer of high re

t tli' A hill entitled, H an act lor the more cHectual defence of the which, if made woud! obviate all the difficulties of the river ; :-9t pUla i09, t at the whole Road can be fnis"ed wi all tb. ieiI
!t Be it tltrtfort TtIJred tbe? GfJ1crnor br transl onion for a sum lesnhan 1 flsrG'i-'
1' ) or Florida lIllll 1ir< the mi1iit hy and Lcpislntirt C'Jllncil of 9357820 0 dolals.
rnllr.y ; and volunteers .
Of said
It : '! tht Territoryt.f Flc.'Ti'a, That our DClegate be requested 10 us his I bar ba note. made u"q.bi: .r-r--nrt-, bo, nnt I'n.,ftl _h_ 1
-
in that defence
Territory, emp1tlsed was read a third time xertions ut the session of Iton pUB n will coincide with Ihe men ioned. These facte1n .
present Cotnl4 Before other
% f. : the and Congress, to procure an ap u. me, the unders :ned, a Justie of the
.:. yeas nays being required on its paage by messts. propriallon uf 820,000, 01' such other sum as mar be necessary 1(1 Peace in and br ,the county aloresaid. personally eared Bt-n proved, there can be no doubt but thn the profits of the l
-: Uerthelnt and \Iurtun, wen Yeas mr. President, rnesrs. construct said wad j j:1min Chart's, President and L. A. Ca.hi ap : wi I. exceed cig .t per cent, per annum, oer alt is: eIDS

a ..: JIti rritl. Duwlling, DII\II I, Iliggiu hot ha n Hollull1all, Kena ii, Be furthtr resolved, That Hi.: Excellency the a..ven1or, lie requested ('t"ntr.,1, Bank e.1 1 lurida, who being 'l y mpuu.sw in, doth dep ul and the The Bank being able 10 ear te! mteret on the whole :m
.li '. l'I'Vlnts, llorol1Smith' \\lIker tpd to forward the that the se expe, the of the ROld i-when the latter ii
\Voud-I Nays forgoing resolulion to the IIonuuraule J.ieph swear ahlve exhibits a I r statement uf tIi'-eontlitiori and del unti completion ; .
., mcsr.: Bcrthel,1l, Bltlllnt, Drown flf Columhi I, Brown of .Iuck- s M. White.Which bu-iness of sdid Bank un Moneay m"ning, November nd 183 fini. harmonious co-operation o'the two compaDIe 1

SOil, Dellni, Huuter, J'Jhnsol, .Maecm, l\1'Ncil, Ramsey and was read, and the rule being waived, adop rd. to the bect of I Qllr on nno beief the pod dion of additional ClpltaJ wi t he etident. keoneln b

..,. : VT I akr- 1 1. So said hill is passed : ordered that the title be mr Du"al offered the following resolution : \nr In before me. ihi'.4t'; Jan 18ti.l; B CHl\IRES. Pres't. .: em loyed in bringin down, and oher in (nrnisbi: mes

f, ,. .. 3' above stalrd. Be it 'Teol'fJttby the Governor anA LtJi/alire Council of He Tt'Tritory TURBU lT H. BETTON, J. P. { THO.\ PSON'r. to purchase cotton-acting and I eac.ing. 01 each othr,furnish wl
( of Florida That hereafter with cons.ant TheIr mutual added to
emploment.
profits
territorial
'.4 :. A bill entitled, uln a t r.lr the ornpen:5ation of the memb- ion lax, or duty shall be charged no, on sales ut land, county, or corp rn. S atement exhibiting the condi'ion and business of the Central capital of the Bank, every year must, of teceiy: in .'imemal tn
or produce of nnnk of
crs anti o11icer of the council and! 'for oilier purposes," was t his territory sold at auclion. 1'lorida on londay, January4th 18.jlj short of hel; eriod when the liahihitiesof
bt"Bankfortbertmp.
t :.t read the third tilllc and passed : ordered that the title be ns a. Which wa, read, and the rule being waived, adupted. Notes Capi aJ of! stock Ihe Bank paid in in circulation 1'2)85&:) tin of HS Blnds expires, compound it to an extent amp 1

( Iresanl. mr. Presideut laid before the House the following message : 'urpusfund] JB: ciEn: t redeem thenr

A hill entillc, an JcL 10 amend an act to provide for the EXECUTIVE OFFICE, Dividends unpaid 1t,933 We : ser hat in r.ursuance of the rtqlisiriOD or the '
more effectual collection or the Feb. 1.lIh 5U we i ave taken and pot in operation a Bra .tMirianna
; a revenue, and fir other 18J4. S Profits since November last 5 mtasurf shal :
purposes
To the 011 ;, OG ; she first ,
was taken) tip : I1Ir. lnlll1l moved to Legislative Council : Due other :3 on or by Januarl flex?.
indefinitely post- I return for reconsideration 89 'V t also, shall ,.y the same date or aJn after possibc e
pone said bill ; tile .vea: alit! nays being required said your n bill 10 1ineo po- Funds Pension Agency i,81 n a
on !
moa t..bish
tale the Branch
St. a \ )
: tion, b.V mesors, Hert"t-Illt and Walker Joseph's fnsul"ante company ;jn the Glh section authorizes Deposites 1j8 ar : j'jiaachicota. We I'ave had prenoaslY.tathis
Yeas
-I ; were mr. Prcsi- the ;O 51 time that
an
tient, BIOllllt Br.wn company to lake insurances and trusts IU any amount agency place, but in c.mpliae1lbthewJh-
.4 messrs. C'r ColUmbia, Burritt, Higrinbtlth- whatever j and ift the 81h section the stockholders! are made liable] es of a portion of its ciixens, we change 0 BrDchJ

tim, H\Ioma! lIi1ter, J'hinson1 Kt'mm, 1'Canis M'Neil only 10 the xteht that anyone may own slo.k-. ne or the other of 44 :015 2 these Branches will hue a board 01 direct president a c hier -

; : 1arusev1 Smith, abnr and nud-15.. Nays I1ICssrs. Uer.t" .: these is incorrect j eilher a Hmit should leplaciduponilteautiount. Cash ,-\ e shall endeavour to select prudent men to maJI te

i. .t":. l"dOf, Brown of Jackson, Dennis, Downing, Duval, Macon, of risks, they may make, or a liability hC1ud: at1arh :-wh.\1 avails .balance. Bank ,and comis tuherspeeie' lag of specie! notes Banks of U.l 10:: 243 93 Branches:, so that ourselves a weB as the .'f'ommunily b bnefled
Morton nod IV3Iker-S. policy of paying S ,
I Su if when
said moziun prevailed, and said I tnurance the loss hapren", the party: making No esdiscoun id equalj
: bill is 11)51. I II.! cdnl10t pdy the value of the lost propellr. If a rrea- Bills tllnil do 10 ma.ury iioi 6i our n xt report, to givealsotbereportsoftht RitIRoad
cOlilpany 01 N.
: Tie: ting a stock ot' 81000 take risks Excl.ang, aL ud Charleston, &c. 156, 98 93 compa.nJ-sbowing that the whole
resoulior.s! off rcl hy mr. Morlrln tillS ( llows to thr amount of $2OOUO, and Real estate sl'eisiweudha
i Hesul\'l'cI, That our Delegate morning ) ::: th' JoS8es take place, it is ele.r thaI but one of the twenty claim- Hills and no es lo,9tj9 9,) mOnous acl'.n.Herewih I
be nnd"rp'o'est
.:; his 111 Congress, rtqh slell tnJ nuts can be paid and consequently those, who for 257 furnished the statement or tI e condtion or the Bank
Lest \ ears do. in
e suit
and in
exertions tO hare the proVisiio\! cif the third) section on paying ,heir may go judgment ; : a We We
hi' up premiums uf insurllnce, may, when hisses be- her 9,07:1 (i2 bel.ve it 10 be in goodaodsafecoUdltioL
of by 0 Ilank.and
nn
net Ctlngre8.iI" thtiUed, 'un aci III authnrize th fal them, be unable to 'Jbtidll any recompen It i i. Incidental nl dencminaled spec e funds 3H.513 :34 I I have no si"ce the was estabhisled to tillS th e mae
proposed .n
.
'citizens uf '
'!. : ; other Arkansas" nn'd Floridn, to elecl their officers, and r foi r 'he 8th section after the word .corporation," ill the 41:, hue, lu Protest account xpenses t6; 38 .1'y lad d b.s or ]losses of any kind. '

purposes, approved, January 2ht, 129, exreuded to strike out to the \ ord "liabilily" in she 6 h line; &iu tie last line I 46 I W ALTER GI EGRY, Pr itt
Florida hv, which it i is made obligatory on the t"clJtlve III return of the last sect strike out I. SOli & insert 50." Policy t .rbid: the JA.\:ES CATLIN, ashier

nil bilk tn the LClIslalin Council, which hc does not Dt i granting_ :' el.allers___ .,_ for. such. eXlelideu_ periods. 01 tire1e. I return ai- 446Jh53(
prove withiti three days alter their preselltment to him. it.I, I.L UJII creaung a namc at St. Joseph. AJrl( mere IS a hank Leo, Before TERRITORY OF FLORIDA,

j tr- Itesulved, That II'e 'liregoing resolution be -igllell hy the at St. Joseph, and if for commelC'lal purposes, additional bank Peac.. in County and fur u. aid me, the undersigned. a ins ice of the County of Esclmbul, ( SePersna
be ,
colinty
'.J. President, and\ cinisuflrsirned by the Clerk IIf this Hu capital it needed thert', whichevid nily IS iut thecase, at this time, Chaires, President. and Leshi A persnaly'ppenred Ben.amin 1, appeared befOre m
UIRIii will be
for\VlfceL1IC1 the HUIourable! M. 1 pre ft'rabl to entare it rather than create nolher. In- ) Bank of Florida who mp.c n, of the Central the undersigned, a Justice or the Peace, and for th countY
Joseph Vhsiieas jury and rivalry t'Jwards each other being duly worn, depose and fore-aid '
'V always mul iply as in- coth S" ear alter of tIe Bank.or '
tha President
:iasn read : the you the above statement it Gregor Pen
yeas and nays bf.ing required by crease the number of banks and these a true e.hi.h ot ..he condition and business and James Cathn '
\ne rs.llerlhdot j often till es c penle 10 the of tbe said Rank .thereof, ao I made Iba I.
Murton
i were Yeaiiuessrs. Bluunt Berthelot. essential detriment of the the on Muuday, Ih 41h day ofJanuary inst., with in statement of the Bank of t tkn"wiedge
Brown HI' community; territory, too, has a to the best of their knowledge aforesaid, is true 10 the best r
Columhi3, Drown flf Jlckson; Burrill Denns deep interest i a bank already in exislense, and it is in the nfurmalion and beiel: : and behiet-
Jo\\'nin2, DII\'al. IIgginbthanI HuUmnall I pettncy of that institution 1'0111. Sworn to before me, this 5, Jan. ;. f B. Cl-Al E President. Sworn ;beoe
18.
to Dec.
HuntcrJohnson crt nle Lranches. Thi, rJoub.less, TURBUTT R r me, 2 1835 1 w. G1EGORY Pr
K'nan, Macon, l1'CantslI'Nril, Murton, Ramsey and \\1Cocj will be done so soon 8S occasion and business show it to he necessary BLT'l ON. J. j L. A. THC jPSIN. C'r. THOMA'.M.BlOUNJJ.P. CATLIN, Cib1t.

-19. Nuys mr. Pr..iden.t nt StSrs. Smith and .Wulker-S. I I j and this done, greater harmony will bpr'served, aiii I greater -- SJAAE

I'i Iii So said lesolutiuns Ire pHsecl. and benefits independant will result to he community, than by e'reati1distinc: UNION BANK OF FLORID", Statement exhibiting the cnditiou of the I tank 01 PeJ2Sl 1'Deccrnber26dzl835. OI
V mr. llertlll'lnt bunking ins ituticns. These stJdom T.LLAHUSE Jan. nd 1836. Pr.To .
from S
tail (
-- ., tile 'ommittee do Enrolments.. renorlpcll- _._u. ___ i opPI sition aud war a 3in.t P.,! "...01. to wage JOHN H. EATON, Esqr. Florida. .
1i3 CClrreCIIlIroJ d : I return also g'U" I 81.-ln compliance with the 181h capital stock, Bonds f arable 1 ),OOO.
re-tolotion section
a of
'. ,', An let t.r the compensation of the members md officers of,I from what is termed the Tallahassee charging cerrain Fund payments It. tobe made with hand you a statement ofthe condition of the its Charter Bank, I here- Stockholdtrs ,078 5, t25IIJCJ 5-

the council, and fifr other mind, by the council must be burn in Foridl] sworn '0 by the cashirr-for the Unio of -
pnrpc1se, and that the land dltUlIi"t1 hy Congress which purpose being laid befun. To Dervtsits 831'I'o I it
An constitutes ; the Legislative Council.Vtry .
act to divorce Sarah this fund
B. ,
Shdhm from was. as the
her husband Philo grant itself derlarcs-inlendet.1 .BilJs' issued SO
N. Shehon.'lnr. exclusively f/r the respectfully, ob't serv'l
your JOHN
purp" of'f'rening G. GAMBLE.I 54
: 01 public bui d ngs a. the seat Top-ofit and loss 4I'4.

.' -t. 1 Downing offer'd fillmving resolution : it be government directed. ;Governments and hence, to no u her purpose, call it or shoud! Statement of the Union Back of Forida] To balance doe Commercial Bank N. O. 973 f11
Be il rcsoh'ed by the Governor tin na: trr how ronsti uled 'hould on Saturday evening To h Union
and Bank 4R8 02
l =: Legislative Council never fall toexedllt in the 21d January 18 Flo
That good taith 6. _
:u
; i nrm, P, Duvlil, aMignee of John P, Duval, be paid Se to carry out their conditions but thc any confided tfllst-, I.nd rigidly To stock, notes discounted: 61 To .c Booth aDd Atterbury 629 69 'J'8
yen Hundred ; "UM in this inM..nce 5,82 To D. I9I.
and .s not Henderson' i,1305.195
DClllars To bus JOI
Fifty of do.
; out of properly regard-ed ir Exchange
; in the ''unds I
/ Tallahassee any money flOW the resul ill;, can be trtade applh'a- 2 -

1 to. .: the claim uf.thc Fuoo said, as John a full P.qllivulent Duval. for and a discharge of. tamed ble 0 any in the otb'r gram purposes lIself. and Evu j.a the mcnas commissioner, than tl:05"!: whict; arc con- To noes do. 51,81 1,56,843 1i'ro -1 13

\ Be i it further ith the and who is charged amoun: due from other Banks -
care
resolved That "operinter.dl.ncc 19o7 '.
James A. Berthelol Edmund or this t usines, should I 3 Cr
.1..1 { e paid To I I I com.tR1 [
fn the .
Chandler rom tesrltorial l Agency
and P bi. "
'. Dollars P, Uandulpb, be p1id the stun or One Hundred ur'.. .. .h"...". litl.. ...1._trea.'iury_.. __. &,_aid_ not. from, II.is fund Congress Afpala 6l,5 7,6 52 B\ Bank property, furniture, fixlures, &c. I 29.
each, f\lt of'said FUlld.of I that are made n'""to IUUU\itUlCOI her for (0 aCCllrCl1h, ; the tcrrillry'S requests To cash balance' viz : -- By C'ondngent expenses i548& .

,' Winch were read, and the rul.e being waved ber liS adancetent. when the conditions of In specie and U. S. By cash in Vault (specie) n'.5B9 61
its Dotes
: ; put on hiaS- grants are departed from .\ h..r .
kinc1neses 1
age : mr, Juval moved nr" devtrled to oh- In 7,28 8 U. S. Bills
division
1 each resolution be n or the question, and that jects different from those she intended, & has stipulated for A bill notes of other Banks J8,83 92.0:1 8& arid 1,663'J'al'ahal.'Iee
separttely put on its passage : the and more effectually to provide for the defehre Ow.3,961 "
II yeaR of the t. &c is r.81'
rritory
nays being Pensacol
required 'IJ,
e 011 the first also returned for 5,8IX3
fi anI; AI'CIJIs. Y resolutirn,, hy measra Smith amendments; in the 7th and 12th lines of" the Grh li- 8,65 52

.. i Brown of ColumbiaI3urriit were ea mr Pres.d nt. meilSrs Berthelet') BlcuDt seclion.to intrferewith The acts the of Congress prohibit to the councD any right 3y stock By specie deposits in U', States Branch Ban r N. O.55r

: I DOWnisig, Duvat, Hulloman, primary disposed of soil. It may be recommended By individual 1,000,000 I .dll from Sr.JJohn, Gr &cd.
Morton gery
but
Smith deposits
and 1I'iO-11 not ordered-add 'a a last ion } .2S Qll 86
8ec$ 71
Nays mesrs Brown of Jack.' I Be it furll"r't'li4elerl By am'.unts due 10 other h.0.7 ageD S New-Orleans' .
Delllli
eon That .
the
,
Hggsnbothiani, Hunter, Juhnson, Macon M I of lime, places, end mode and man- Bv notes in circulation Bank i,8! : 1 due from J.E SbetHerd :eo. a MOo 1f.536 61
L ncr
Cant J M'Neil, Jbmsey \\'Qlker--IO And said ud holding militia eJections, as lected by t-'e act of 1829, Ic' n:_ :..__ _. __ ..-- II .. .1\1,.I..niM. 'RAn 1r. .1\7. V". "..; I P "IAA .q
Was adopted resolution' the sam is repeal d. JOHN H. EATON.. uy U.luunl IO premium account 13IJd, 24 .4 U CI q------ --- "IA 'rt'" -
The HoWIe lOOK tinder From which, deduct, viz: WaPdeBurcharna.Aj. 'e, 811 65
reconsdrdtion
-, '- ;, : The yeas and ndys being required(1 on thc of the to incorporate the 8"". Joseph insurance a bill entitle ", U an act Interest on Territorial Bonds 51,841 "Ie c. Blink Fl "46II
passage second and U
res4.llutiun refused 111.01
company to Bank or Coumbas)
by 1J1 f'II./tl'CJntlt IInJ Amend laid 1.pense account : IJOI 1
President 'l'lIhor, were Yeas mr bill in coufQrmity with the suggestbns of she gover- O:86 73 '2,12 75 62,9 49. _
tiiessr Blount-BtirrilL, nor : m.srs. Dowllio end .
Du
J J. Hunter, M'Neil 11trlull. 1Lunev.Downinll Smith. Fahor Dunl and, Holtoman Wond-, to aDDOtlDce.to the governor val this were determinalion appointed a of lIeJed the committee .House- Laving a'J,9 49 surplus trot to be applied f u.Drats II. Notes diseounfed and runni 'g' toinatuthy. '7.1'1.' = }

IS Nays me r.oI Brown or.JloI bun mr. Downing from said commuter according the 23d the Charter
reported i
the -
t\al. -
Higginbolham ---
Kenan committee amount firs "
By caih
: bad performed paid on ; ol500.000'doltIJs
-he ,
Macon
J\1'Clflts & Walker, 6 Si Aid 'e8ul duty. assigned.nd that they. were authorized 1,8,605 52 I
doD dn ,650
was pa by the coverl1or 10 that he 14,92Oshares of s ock in ,the'A1ubana j ,} 1' .
tnr. Downing also ofler4 the say, lthdrew.hi oljections to said bill I ,
folio"ior resohuion : and UNION FLORIDA 'F1orid and Oeorgia Rail-R.Qad. L .
approved BANI or Tallahassee I
t ,' Bt it 'tlolDt4 6y tIe Gver1.w ma Lt8i1l4Jir Cotcnc .Tbe it. ) I. / JOHN l2d Jannary,1836. r.?, ) t "JINC1ftC. IS
lenjaniin G. 1horton. be paid die ueount awarded That yeas nays being taken on a bill entitled, u. an net to in PARKIL _I -

-, Randolph, on the chum of'did TIsornon, again he bYJTolD Tallahass Peter oC&be corporau.tha,goveruor"ak% of St.Yeas Joseph,"'in opposicm: to the .ojectiop TERRITORY. OF FLORIDA, ) OaLer.. ,.' 'Otthe amount 92.861 86repott p .t .ille.4ft SJGL't

t ,; Fund, when 50 math mOnCf UlAl be cpllecte4 by ,he eommisaiOG- BhpantBrownofCulirnbia; Were mr. Presdrnt4; mes'' Len County. I 3 I{ _4 '.co..qooo ia.for.t"pllrpOseOf .aiil; .pdeWb1Cf7d
r of ftL Fu 11 Bqrri:,, Dennis '
Downing, Quval, Persoia.l7 appeared before me, Robert J: 0 be shipped im .1d':
.1 .
t i-
p.-.- r.I ;1 n; ab, M'Neil, MncoD Rimsey, tice of the Peace tor Lo County { ,' .lckle-i'' i: .. "-. tdi.rel" "q lloaTt P-'

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IOilU"'i UA "1I\Ir tanjruagr. it would be a ClriOTt ( 'Ii -.
PrIte letters .
f fon fr jiiD1AN : subject of enquiry, to trace out the'origin of thto out Lb.,.tate ia from Yt'ry COftIUathe*ne
\ fierce and untamable race of' men.- They reside measurt throW Were taken in'tbe* different; states to yer- nationality of Poland but these;treaties,'added 'CAME into the encloaare of the, f

31. WAg aU.i in Alabama and Flurld.a. Capt. Wat8 n'a offer, ardTexas.his power, by dt4wi.him'OQI..rMuiccia.".- the Miniaters may be,differently interpreted, subscriber the 6th inst a small
'
.4) 1IARCH 12. we have no doubt, will be accepted. He is a and never a.iae'God his bead.peIId.ttihe IbZeSnUowit dCSI I ) ''fall= and the notation of the difficulty must be left to Bay Mare Honey,black inane and .
spin of t tail about six M
guItDAYi brave officer, and distinguished himself a 'short nwica. That Santa Anna stint fall u inevitable argument, rauoo and 'patience. "y ,paying .charges.years, old"Vl\f.Th owntr C.GAMBLE can have her

sat Boston Liverpool time ago in an encounter\ with a very superior we see through the mist the dawn of hht and liberty M. Yillemain, in an eloquent address, ask- March 12 1836. 31 6w at Jno.G. G,mble's., :t.*.*; _

b CoTTI\- receired up 10 Jan 20th. The bales number Creeks un Ihe. ChattahoicjjThe Texas Glimmering must in be every free, quarter, and that Mexdo and :. ed, whether France, no longor chained by domestic ": NOTICE. A"). .

I b&"t advance of a i to j of a embarrassment, ought to be satisfied

&tts ad 'rftenf Ld'a further advance was eipec- Bank bfthe United Slates, has been rechar- i From the k&nxu G *cu
penn!pern.iDIP is from thd Charleston Courier lercd for thirty years, by the State of Pennsylvania.The IMPORTANT FROM THE PAR WEST. in favor of Poland. The speaker vic- nut HORSEr-tiiown my to -1

U Te, ;:?, Iuferior, 141 to 161 UrdmaUDlaDa State received a BONUS of 4000,000. The following imporiar.i item of intelligenDe has. toriowIy, demonstrated that the letter and the many persons in hiacounty I

ot'la lS-Good Fair to Good, 18i to tRI -- been communicated to us by a gentleman of the first spirit of he treaty of Vienna were entirely in by the came of Di.vy Crock- rf
: New Orleans has been divided .
to by the Legislature ;
4 eu, scnpcd or vas taken
falT, respectability, who arrircd here favor I 'M.J.
ft' 10 i8to19' a day or two ago, of Polish and it was
Choice, Louisana into three separate Municipalities.MES from iht Indian Nationality, high from Col. iNuuall's stable, in Jeflbrs comty. He !
ID to and
:rnme who
country, assures us that% it VIrU1
time for i
in from may be relied on as substantially correct. the liberul Governments Europe to i. a nail-has two or three 'vhite feet-is very gentle

If _WchucbaJ nobLer lelligencc Tu arrival fin Lieut. Page. souvce, we un- ed by James Tallahassee 'ill ;
and
the Bryan, >
.rr' deretand that end probably
'IDee to the
ar, Or the Camanches have frightful spectacle of the destruction
'II THE PRESIDENT.RELATIVE un the
If at savages when TO OUR AFFAIRS WITH recently entered up rcaiy i endeavor to get hack n my stable.
Pursiulof into with
Ig the
bad gone Commissioners; th ut n nation whose is
FRAWCK.To on important
independence Any resiorip him in Tallahassee
} Gc"K supposed that he part ofthe U. States. person to me or ,
rnIc, tflFrt ?/' It isgenercially the Senate and House of Iitptt3tni&livt sea for this They Uve assigned many can- tu the civilized world. ,I leaving him with Col. Nuitail, or Mr. \>m Peter ::1.,
the left of the proceeding hn'.
I* unl501llewhere on I transmit herewith lIng which are, the delay at Some Chaires, on the St. Augustine wad; shall L; liberally
.Ilb to Congress, copies of the lime in meeting them in Lfgitimilisi speakers, were mute
"Ilfllllin that have council.the subsis'ti.cc
they scanty rewarded.
understood
ILbl3cochc\ I as it is lor. sometime.' It is _. correspondence between the Secretary of the State I furnished! ther,: during their council, and the pomuius while Russia was under discussion, advocatedthe March 12th t836. 3JlfJY01'lCE.\V. \\\ \y DDEL:

1bOdylflg m that quarter and the Charge d'Affaires of his Britannic disposition manifested by the government agents cause of Don Carlos. The Minister of .

been o,ll.. i they |WTC deposited their ilrouwtbap '- ty, relative lo the mediation of Great Majes-I I In distributing presents, &c. It 1 is confidently believed the Interior .

lie r III'lIIJAbh. ;:.,.\ umiJiei tlieif. The counuy is our disagreement with France, and to the -. that. unless some more judicious and energetir.meftll'ues eagerly taking up revolutionary ALL persons having claim against tlii estate 0 .
)ur ifluicftvurablcto; Partisan warfare, ovdttJl miiPitiiin of the French Government to execute are adopted by our government to secure principles, easily proved that the real interests It. Muaiay, late of Jctfers)n county -

1id, i,* and hammocks the of indemnification without further the peace and friendship of these dissatisfied and almost of France dynasty, were connected with deceased, are mos earnestly requested to pr sent them
treaty
.K $ \eJtcntol the Swamps, I delay untamable people. we may expect border wars the support Isabella, and the act of Ferdi properly attested,and all indebted to the ,.ul estate,
""?W lt.KJs and fish, and other means on the application for payment by the and to make
ill game, agent continued hostilities, both upon the lives and pre- nand VII.Engl1ind. payment on or before the 25th day ofthe pre-
be I lliU* ai-d woulu na Uliktly to be abandon'Tmwr I of the Umied States. erty of our adventurous citizens, who are extending sent month, to the subscriber who isanxiot s to settle

Ur: """ ecrgladeb, until forced to extrcm- I The triounds ujj r II which the mediation was accepted heirconimerce beyond the boundaries of their own seems to forget its own aflai.s, in the affairs of the said estate, with as little possible

tc **bf H'c itavediivciitroiiiAlachua, larbc will be lint II ( fully developed in the correspondence. country. It is reported. also, that these same Canian- order to take up those Russia, The jour. delay as practicable, being obliged to lean the Territory '

ntd *,>-". a:.CS. they' 1 tt"d It WOUl 1 Lehel On the part France the mediation ches have recently invaded the frontier Texas, kill nals ofevery colour are full of attacks and menaces forthwith,after die above date.
llor6CS' and (aUle' had heeii ed a "uimbr aflhe inhabitants,and have in their AlcBRIDK AdnVr.
J f l' publicly accepted before the offer of it now
r, *' ( .,ssibihty to drive them south, without I could he received here.V hHit each of the two possession two toys, as prisoners.who are native born against the Au o rat. The Morning Jefferson county, March 1836. 318woatvright's ..

tcrf "eItU"i'trucesoftlicir I route, which would\ have I Governments, has thus discovered a just solicitudeto citizens ofthe U. S. and who had emigrated to Texas. Herald an advocate of Tory piinciples, bringsto Cotton Gi',is. .4 ,: j

I t.1lI1 diSt.\'ercJ.Fbeell \ 'c do not, therefore attach much resort to ill honorable means of adjusting ami- mind, that if Persia has escaped the fate of fin subscribers,agents,ef Mr.James lioatwright: J: .

to die QPUItOU WhiCh has been prevalentw cably the controversy between them, it is a mat- From FORT the .Y Bao, O. Bulletin.EAST FLORIDA ) Turky such a result is due to the active influence JL manufacturers of Colt un Gins, Colombia S. C. 'I: I t ;
Kc:
::1. lln1ptor WC last ; Jays,'hut the Indians have ahcaIne ter congratulation that the mediation has been Feb. 17, 1836-, ] of England. The journal regrets that wilt contract to deliver any quantity of these: celebrated ,j' f .

Ik souihcin part of the Peninsula, but be- rendered unnecess ry. Under such circumstances To the Editor of the Bulletin:- the same principles have not been acted upon Gins desirous. at this place for three dollars per aw. Per- :.
t sons of '
to supplying themselves with these Gins '
I ofH) that the mini body ol them is still north ot. Tam- the anticipation may be confidently indulgedthat My dear sir-I have at length time to fulfil my promise with regard to Turkey. This is one of the will do well to make immediate application to the subscribers '\It

L re and Frar.ce will not have produced more than a dition smre we left the great city of the South. and which be brought to this but what < aced .
'Lrentdeicr.mnation.not :o risque a general engage- whigs, restored to the tories in country, is en,; pre- rf :
temporary estrangement. The healing effects of We embarked on the 4th inst., at the foot. of the vious to their shipment from Columbia.
lpPI
they ,
when the affair wIll end. In I 1824, the force which they had lost. The may t
11 ellt there is 110 telling time, a just consideration ofthe powerful motives Rail Road and-readied Pensacola on the 6th, without forward on their orders and have the Gu s shipped '
1 1 summer months) the (officers command will have fora cordial good understanding between the two : any adventure except being detained 12 hours on a armament continue with activity in the military in time for the next crop of cotton.BENJ : i..i

' di1ialtand &Illuous UUlY to perform, to dekdLhe nations, the strong inducements each has to respect mud bank; we remained at the fort nil night, and sailed posts of Great Britain. At Portsmouth the A 3IIN BY R D &Co: I ,:
- .BJost be effected eslabblun I next morning for Fort Brooke, where we arrivedon manufactories Magnolia March 7th 1836. 3t-4\ -
frontier, uliidi can only by and esteem the other' will no doubt soon obliterate the 9th and landed next day. Here was a scene arcgopen night dnd day aud no _- r

:Idy -chain. of posts across the Peninsula; provided, ,I from their remembrance all traces of that disa- wel calculated to rouse the spirits of the Inkewarm doubt can exist that the navy will be pnt upon tilrayetl or Stolen 1

|ttficwntnniubcrof men are nol retained in rcnice greement. I ('if any such wercamogst. ;) almost every house in a formidable footing. The mediation proffered d From the subscriber, near lal'ahassec, :

t1kttp, lwlitW. U'e ilo not think that any appre- Of the elevated and disinterested part the Go- his beautiful spot had been torn down, or burnt by in th quarrel between France and tba U. on the 4th inst two mares; one a large V

ncid be entertained on iho score of health, in vercmenl of Great Britain has acted, and was the savage foe, and the peaceful inhabitant were forced Slates was at one time considered to be the red orrcl, abi>ut ten year old, and _
e htnMOII On the prepared lo act, I have already had occasion to to fly for protection to the vessels which lay at anchor markui unucr the collar by a few white hairs, ar.d ha" I .
ngfln a summer campaign. contrary.thc I Universal Dn the morning oiKarjival, an Indian prisoner was cause of that activity; but the supposition must a small blemish in the righC eye, and a lump at the .It
I.t tb'f' l m"r lical'hy thin in encamp express my high sense. respect, and killed in was edge olher right fore.foot. The other che I 1
lift now in
lioop! "il' ) the an attempt to escape; taken in a manner appear groundless, as much as the a ydow -
coiisciousues of iI with Governments .J
n1t nt The EOTCiwncnt, sui veys hit\'e been prosecuu-d meriting are which might; c-nceeven the romantic days of chi- message contains elements of reconciliation nut Sorrel, is about thirteen years old,and has manywhite ;.j

at aU\\sf a ons,and ao mplimi h.iaevcr I>ccn mailrof as with men, tlit just rewards of those who I \'alry,-A fine noble lo,>king Indian, asked in marriage und of concord. spots on her, and a blaze in her face. Ten dollars ..
f Ind"l'lI Jall, thisrho, h.,vc spent| much faithfully exert their |power to preserve peace, re 'he daughter of Black Dir'", a friendly chieftan; reward wilt Ue given for the delivery of the abov ". l
e sicklies* store harmony, and perpetuate good will.I the old man declared that none but a warrior need The United States continue theirarmamentsA animals to James Kirksey in Tallahassee, 3r the subscriber ;

e
e jiaCrarcy| snfFiwi fr m fcver.Ve dc not s< c, there- a suspicion uf the most remote desire to throw off Hair, if he wished prove himself one, to go into the made by the Consuls America to the Ger- WILEY GROOM. ., -
e t. the calrts in bring the snva: to terms need woods and make prisoners of three hostile Seminoles. March 12 1836. 3I4wn __
$(IIII' / censure from the Executive, or to point it lo any manic league and of commercial Iu,
,e lit relax1'' chllin;ihi- summer, ihouTd not the war b: oilier Department or branch of the Governmnnt Yellow Hair accordingly dashed alone into the forest arrangemants NOTICE. .-

11III t lri'ulino a close pit*J.iUily) 1 to refer to the want of effective preparation in and actual'y brought in three of the onemy; whetherhe entered into between that country and Russia. made arrangements to give up my 't
) which our Cllllltrv38 found at the late crisis. surrounded them, (as the Irishmen did) or not, I These reports if they are well founded, are ofa IrVING en ihc ht.of April nc.\ toMr.EJ- :

do not pretend say, but two ofthe prisoners'arc now nature sufficiently serious to excite uneasiness ward Barnard Jr. I am anxious beloic tl-at: time ti, ,I -:
natme'of
e DIDE'S DcTcII1ENT.-The Fr_ the institutions the
).\. army m our mo'emcuts chained in the Foil and other was killed in the manner '
close all
.
It. under Gen. Gaint-s, on its match: from TampaiHUd of the Government in preparation for hostilities I mentirnrd. Fellow Hair of course married his to England which is obliged to seek on January.accounts Those which that ran were make due it.me cmuetucnt on he to 1st of .\1,

' must ever l Uc too slow for the'cxig tJces ofunexpected ilack haired damsel, and set out on the 13th, at the every side a market for its extensive manu- will much oblige If those who pay .
me by doing so. can- .
i the scene of the mnssHC/c of the 28lh w&r.-I submi1 it then to you, whether lead of a party of h'8: rountiymcn, to act as a scoutto I factories. It cannot be a matter of surprise net not pay the ir accounts,will call aud rcttle them ..J

of Dec, and buried the icmains of Maj. Dade the first duly we owe to the people who have the mam army, who have marched in quest of tne that is filling out a few ships in order to be I by note they may depend on every indulgence; being -"t d. .

iodliis ill-fuled companions.: The confided to us their power is not L') place our country enemy. prepared, for possble event. Le Temps. I granted for their payment which can be reasonably\ .- ..
I every
apjteartnce selected
To have been
I
in such an attitude as always to be w amply my great disappointment asked- The notes will be left with \Jr. Barnard.: -
of the battle field is represented as being supplied with the m' ans of defence as to afl'ord ; to remain with my company, to protect the sick and PARIS Jan. 7. Those who are nol willing to hcttlc either! >y cash or i"I I
b.\g nge.I Among the causes which have thus far delayed note, I trust will not complain if I fim compelled ti> J
,, mclanrholly beyond descri 'tion. The no inducements to oth r natiuns to presume upon I \ c muster about 90 volunteers and 60 marines, in the final of the Address are leave their accounts in a Li yer's hands fo -collection.Tlie !
uctims lay ju>t as they fell in thai bloody con- our forbearance, or to expect important advantages all about 1"0 fighting men, and are well prepared to preparation business will be continued by Mr.: Barnard- J
from a sudden ass.mil, either upon our commerce defend ourselves from any forces th; Indians can bring mentioned not only the difficulty which the I without any change in the manner of 'ducting iiuid ,t "
,j"I test. The officers and many of thc soldiers nur sea coast, or our interior frontier. In against us. Committee find in meeting the views of the I those who have opened accounts with me since '

tcre recognised. Maj. Dade lay between case of the commencement hostilities during the DOur ommandinv officer is Major Sanders, a fine soldierly Ministry, but also the almost impossibility of the 1st of Jan. or who may wish to open tlitm may f 1
recess Congress I the time necessarily elapsing lookinggentlemanwhohas lost one arm in the continue them with him, to be settled as usual at the I
lie head of thc column and the advance guard the different members otjthe Ministry agreeing .
before service of hit country. 1 cannot spare more time at commencement ofthe new j
that could he called
body together, even ,
Frazer him and but shall I havc themselves, on the points which might year.E.B.PE1KINS.. I
Capt. M as near was identifiedb under the most favorable circumstances' would be present, write to you as soon as any among ,
news importance, and remain meanwhile. divide the committee'from the Ministry. Tallahassee March 3d 1826. 3Utf '
.
) breastpin in his bosom. Lt. "%ude lay presrnantVlth danger, and if we escaped without TY iir mict nK,H't i F. S.-This afternoon it is said that the NOTICE. _- ,> i
br&tetwo soldiers him He had vignal i ditiitster or national dishonor, the hazard of I JAMES BARR, y
near ring
a
S both unnecessarily incurred, could not fail to excite I Capt. Louisiana Volunteers. Committee have decided by a majority. *f six, THIRTY days after date. I shall ar ply to the li
I[!d, ooliijfin f"i'rand four gold_ pieces in his pock. a l feeling of deep reproach. I earnestly recommend that the interest ofthe government should be'' Judge ofthe Superior court :theMid- ;: t i

* rand wore-moTiceis rap. Capt. Gardener toou. therefore: to make such provisionsthat FROM FRANCE. I particularly directed towards Poland. dIe district Florida for Lean county. It r leave to .- .: ;
of heira of Horalic N.
sell the real estate the jGray, ., j
Lu. Bac5inr, Henderson, nnd Keias Uv in I I in no future time shall we be fund without The article of(he Journal dea Debats on late ot said county deceased. ;

ad"the IIret w,irk of lops whirh was thrown I ample me.uis to repel ;ig rea.->iou even although it the American speech i is veiv pacific and if it IPIAKINELIST. WILLIAM A CARR, I.' u T
may come upon us \\ithoot a note of warning. Administrator in right 01 his \V Ire. ]
ipifierthc( first nllack. Dr. Gatlin was ontf. 1 1 I lIVe lire now fortunately so situated thai the ex- may be considered in any way as the opinionof March 5th, I S36. 305wNOTICE. ": t'
the French Government is doubtless im PORT OF ST. MARKS.
weand! was identified by his stock. The penditnre for this purple will Wit be felt, and if .' I"j
it were, it would he approved by those from wnom portant. ARR1YED,
t; baslRork! appeared to have been en 611- all it. means -ite derived md lor: whose benefit Whoever, says the Debats, is familiar with March 4th, brig Avis, Brightman, from New York, THIRTY days after date, I shall aI ply to the I ,V. *
ofthe SUferiL'court oldie Middle
Judge -
t Kd in every direction. Thousands of rifle only, it should be used with H liberal economy and President Jackson's character, will I: receive with.mdz., bchr.to Lady sun ries.6LJ. Washington. Swaim from N. Or- Pistiict Florida, for Leon county, fir leave to 4 .t.

f Wlserelodged in the INSIDE of (thc breast- ] ;in enlightened forecast In behaltofihestf su'gge this message as an agreeable surprise. leans, with mdz. to sundries. sell the real estate of.U. fgcret E. Freshwxter, minor .Ii
ions I cannot forl>ear repeating the wise precepts The of the France of said county. J. S.FRESH W; TER, :
wrl and have boon directed tone speech as regards CLEARED,
appeared to fone whose counsels can not be forgotten: "The Cole Williams for N. York with 345 March 5 I8JC- 30 5w .Vaf. Guardian.
is moderate, and the shown for that Brig Mary I
over(tbc opposite side; of the defences. United States ought not to i indulge a persuasion evident and respect the Presidents desire bales: cotton. NOTICED I :

!!Nj. Dade's uniform coil was not found."MUb'u .- hal, contrary to the order of human events, they country ; 7thschr. Susan, fiossister, for N. York, with 140 subcr: ribcr offers for sale, his Ti ict of Land :t
will forever keep at a distance those painful appeals secina to be, that the qua'rei I should be arranged bales cotton. THE; in the county of L-ori, 12 miles jrom Tallaja 1., I

: exception, not one of these brave to arms with which the history ofevery oth- in a manner honorable to the two great 8th brig Imogene, Gillpatrick! Charleston, S. C. ee, containing Set acres, and adjoidirg the lands r-

unfortunate men, had been plundered.wer .- er: nation abounds. There is a rank due to the United nations, who are engaged in it. 135 bales cotton. (f Mr. JrhnParkliilland: (.'ol. b'raden. 'Ihe land is J t-

S Gold, Jewelry and Watches were un Stales among nations which will be withheld As for any little expressions of pride for bis Pensacola yth U, S.and Revenue Cutter, Dexter His, Rudolph, for of good quality and equal tu any Cotton < r Corn land *r
a cruise.-Passenger Excellency, Thciean 150s clelll'tdt
in that section of cres
iI I absolutely lost the of weak. country: :
not: by reputation
,
of in
louched-nothina seems to have been taken own country, or anger against France J.H.Kalon. and under fence andl, which rented for the present I 'Lp '
t If we desire to av 'itl insult we must be ,
tot ness. which Gen.Jackson has indulged, they are He would take pleasuic in 5.1Cng the I land ,
arms and amunition. To what are we to able it. If desire lo secure one year. ,
BOARDING
to repel we peace SCHOOL.M .
pardonable in the head of a representative to any person who might wish to purcl asc. )
; "tribe conduct so singular ? It was not thefiecl of the must powerful instruments of our rising very who has interests US.UKCHAKD has removed her Academy for \\J.l; 1'LAr\D. t, *

t hurry nnd fear of attack b prosperity it must be known thai that we are at government so many jrring I bong Ladies to the hous&-formerly occupiedby Marchtth 1736. 30tf ______ ... .,
an > a stron. ill times ready for war." to consult, and so many democratic prejudices d.. Blake, where she will be enabled to accommodate CENTRAL IJANK of FLORIDA. ) 4. ... t1 k";

, BffKrty for they hurled their own dead, as ANDREW JACKSON. to humour Besides, such language maybe with board a limited number of Young Ladies. Tallahassee, Feb.; 1U36. 5 r.t

} *wcertainedbeforo leaving the field of bnt- February 2- 1836 considered as retaliatory: on the French The course instruction will embrace the following Stockholders of this institution are hereby ,, ; t

r1e. Was Ministers and Chambers, for the language a- brances:-Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, THE that aninstalment of two Uo 13rs on each t,:. :,
I. it forbearance, and magnanimltv in LATE FROM HAVRE. Rhttorick, Geography. History, Philosophy, Astronomy hare of stock has been called for by the board of di- ''' ,

Rvaget, or was it intended to show that it The arrived at this dopted by them in the amendment of General ,Chemistry, c.-Atso Drawing rnd Painting.The rectors and the some will be due and payable at the r fo ,
barque Binney, C"pt.llopkios, Yalaze. Musical Department will be conducted by Mr. Banking House in Tallahassee, on the first day of i
"sblood alone they sought, and that in the port vcstciday forenoon, furnishing us wilh the Paris the Piano Forte and Guitar.
The Debals adds that the President's demand Orchard on Harp, May next. L. A. THOi\ PON. l'
Courie the 14th Jan. London dates to
I, fl fle of life and death to containing Tallahassee March 10th 1656. 31-3w 29 td Cashier. .
they were playing, they the 12th. for supplies to finish the coast fortifications ,j -

:,vW no we for Mich baubles !Ofceola is a The Binnev sailed on the 15th ult. and brought noCommercint and to increase the marine, can give no ADMINI TRATOR'S SALE. .) J\ 7

| muter spirit, and must have acquired Letters, and the papers contain nothingon reasonable cause of offence to France, who ON Tuesday the 15th of March, 1836, will be sold ;1 1-;. J
a won-
the subject of the Markets. the plantation of Capt.Alexander R. Murray,
j:; erru1 influence over the minds of his follow- There is nothing in these papers relating; to American has her coaat already fortified and her navy late of the county of Jefferson,all ofhis household and ON S & 4*

err,to induce them to forego the affairs. Thc debates in the French Chambers of fully appointed.He kitchen furniture,'together with Horses, Mules, Cat- f

f opportunity the 13th, 14th, and t 15lh January are entirely silenton absolutely refines, it is true, to give in tie, Hogs. Goats, 4c.
, Saining pOBr.8 ion of articles of which they the subject of the treaty and are almost exclusively form the demanded by Also a Carnage and Hones,Waggons, Carts, with :
. (are fond. with the ktate of the relations between Russia and any precise reparation the fixtures belonging.thereto:-Terms made knownon {
; notoriously -Our men were struck Poland. France, but after all has the form of tie apology thc day of sale, McBRIDE, Adm'r. ROBERT J. HACKXEY 1

':\:aitba'e and astonishment at the circumstance The Chamber of Deputies had adopted the first eight: been fixed 1 no form necessary t A reparation March IS 1836. 31 lw I

and "e Tear of the Address to the King. It embracesa the of Auctioneer Commission j I
\j that many a tragic event must beteeorded paragraphs I wns demanded, and in opiiion MIDDLE DisTRicT OF FLORIDA. }t

\ before the close of this war with nn towards strong protest Poland.with regard to the conduct of Russia the Debats the repartition offered in the Gen Gadsden County Court March 8th, 1836. SALE DAYS Mondays & Salurda)'s. S,1vI, t

.i toe-my capable of such determination such A great fire,had taken place in Bordeaux on the 6th I eral's message is perfectly satisfactory. IN ECLUITY. Tallahassee, October, 1835_-.tf_ i

&elr control of Jan.which destroyed 700,000francsworth of property I However, in order to judge of the mannerin James M. Nixon, complainant, 1 NOTICE. .1.:Y l' -

in wine. .1 which the to be received by VI. I Bill for Relief be sold to the higHcst bidder, on Saturday
.. ,. I --1- _Lu Message ought nnd f WILL '
,. -- Most uornole assassination nan taken pmcc in >ai- George Tipler 12th day March-the! East 1 alf of section "l
what
- know in I
/ Capj. j in the 4ttofoC January. The Car-, France, it will be necessary to Pilson Miller, Defendants. J 1 I N. and W. The above ;
i Watson Columbus celono Spain, on 13, Township Rang ; :
Ga.
evidence that said
,
} this place passed through lat; prisoners including the wounded and sick.confincdin manner it has been received in America and I r appearing from satisfactory track of Land has a clearing of 25 or 30 j icres, a large ; '
I nn his way to Fort King. He goes we the Citadel with Col. ODonncl.were rcurdered .in the Debuts ventures to predict that alFihe well Defendants reside oat of this Territory,and that portion' is first rate barnm.ock.and no Ian I in the country ,

\" I r180"} ,for the purpose tendering to Ger. cold blood, and the remainsof latter were dragged disposed and States of the Union, will their residence is unknown William Complainant P. Duval : It is is better watered having on it several never (ail- 8'!
of Esquire
&ot persons motion ,
"* services oi through the streets.-Order had been at length restored -. ordtrtd On ing springs and it is dtcgether a very di sirable track
? two hundred warriors of the satisfaction, and bail 1 that before "
receive it with grateful Soliciw'r (or Complainant, they '-R.J.H/CKLEY.
,' Eucbee tribe. after the people had been fired on and many or 8fpelr
The Euchees the the heredita before the first day Term, -- .
are it termination t. this unhappy dispute. this Court on or -
a ,
killed. as !
them .
7 fie, ofthe Creeks the second Monday of July, 1 36, at the Court House .- I-,
and Semino1 -! heir brave A rupture between the English and the Pacha of War.between France and America wouldbe .
Gadaden county, and plead, answer, or.
7 wd in duincv
tunning has long rendered them terror Egypt is said to hare taken place. one 'can repair tbe '
; 10 a madness, as message demur to said Bill, or the same will be taken pro nelio -
; their tnemiw' though comparatively few in I MEXICO. wrong which. another Message had done, and ( at the nextT. 'm of this Court after publicationof ,
: r HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM
, aUkr. Tty have 'is in the' 'of th.Vehats. this order lour month in some newspaper printed
t 'trs been restrained R>r many I Nsw Oal.&..., Feb.J 6.'. the present speech opinioa this district. 2'
, by the United States from from Vera Cruz dated 2d Feb. perfectly sufficient, to repair the eviluhich in \
: open Milities, By letters received ( A true copy from the Minutes, March 8th, 1836.
"V,' yet t"*? have uniGmnily kept aloof from all inter the accounts from Santa Anna were, that he,waS Waiting was caused by its 'predecessor.Providence 3i.4mjrat: ,LORENZO L. SEXTON. Clerk. $ aE ,J

.",I,("* with iheir old ar1ici. in San Louis, under a pretext augmenting his says the Deb ts' in conrlurion,' I :
lIne enemies-refusing to force march against Texas, and they already' amounted :ESTRAYS.
to E
,
10 the world and
any tithe .to be watching over preventing
I njnloDal festivAls, gubh as irn.0JWand to between 7 and tiOOO.men as reported, but seems STRAYED or Stolen, about a
ball from 2 3000 'a1d' althou'gh l- war twenty times wilbm the last five
.. ? playing and continued to brood that in fact there e'rc only to ; -week since from the _plantation of
?;i wn.np ()I' their much was' said about his campaign 'agimst war has appeared inevitable, but an unseen : small dark Mare with ,
ancexlors, which.have years 1A 1io..k.Mcu Rand 1ph a bay !
\etn Hedfromaeeioagetaan' inheritance Texas, ha will not go in person, fe-mng at'hand(from appearat and- power watches ,over the destines. of na- white saddle marks; and a chesnut rrt Horse, with

tlltftl 2f"" This tribe once possessed; that ces be) that there be hustled a a gathering fromjpcwer'Morm i it ii Jso,&tated. ,lions and maintains peace.* a:white'' x4.or his right cheek, and'.collar marks. '--' -
sovereign may ; reward will be -of La&1rcths'zuprior
P'ier JJ Montalembert knd:M. Ttllemain Both well Mited.. !'A suitable given to garden, .
view with distrust, Count de AFULL.supjiy
Over va*'' extent of country, but, by their that the Mexican Government ; u'ae who will deliver,'them to me:in town, or to seeds just received i nd war rented
1tuzl 1 wars, they have reduced to their! pledge! on the part of the United States, in preserving spoke in the same strain.. The fprmeu by 'n ,any the overseer on the plantation.March r freshby E.B. ]IERKINS. i1

I Qt lunited her neutrality. I. : brilliant l and' affecting i! : speech, excited the H., 3ltf J.:H.-RA NOOLPIT._ Dec! tfilH. 186'. SOtf
numbers -
Their language iI.po. By accounufrom Campeachj,' It.lllppQa.rS twe, report .
-
,by DO oilier tribe aDd hat never been learned ,which hue n ci drcuUted that fen,were yefel 1t most vivid emotions' ;rivery mind. The 1UNAQr4BANKOL' FLORIDA.J .... A CARD. .?. .
1\ there against Texas is false We hear also by President ofthe C.tciinanawertci M. drMontajembert I Hift"Institution Will be openi for the transaction
fitting !
\ uJr I7 inst DCe by *' white person-U is not accxmntsfromTampTeo4j hdTi.inityJ-isin .a itate of I geld dial the& erous mpa.- : :business eviry day after the'1st April nexiftom 10' N' \H. .BEAL. .
,
witelanguagehcont to entirely' of gutS very greatWtcitementafin nta Anna and hi*ad defenders of Poland waii m 9 VeJodrA. M.until I o'clock P..J$uodys,the 4th -i1os c1'Law,Mtnticello, Fit rida. .

I p4i ? similar.. ;'tb tnone- 'but a native ear vlsers; il. t4 l*atsnqdsr,r.rolttu a U oa th'eire, nuralind'thaVtatioW Wd'itssyttfcihH: oJtt.* July and,Chnstmaw-day:cicepted;paper Ming due. .L nth 'Court of 'eal.sand the
ce
0. ; be attended to the p apr
'L_. 1 :jt I" > h so.that a of60q troop 1 of these days must -day
>
V
of n Ixxjy ,
l'r breaking Pu ,ff \ .
.
J.' .u uuu.e .ee 1r ildbeJS&dil ,fief JoS1 -.h' 'JOHN PARKHILLCasiir.f .' 'yy JBupenoi Courts of the midd e District 01
."> .' ,- .. ordered ftoroT 11 pltc'to TexatJ were'uet ln TTineire' but tb jini i eiveniion Jf'C orerntiientiir .
... 8.1935 ltf,
inJD4.it : Jov
Florida } : ,
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p icistiththem ; I ( 'Wi'\w.
MexItu i, t
;
#.COCD were eM iJirid"rom' w-e cueiTor ii4I'sed of tw Tc.4LII, 183', ,
.Ibc 1 oisrattBaci fl.a'lda" IJ .lJ 1. : ) J; .. .L. I, '
TrPIw-t U u ia rain J 1M iwcicut ; JJ tw. ( ;l tiflhiL c1' I' .t u "'.tj ,4 "I I ,f 1 '
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.. I. .r S. CHAP. 947. [No. xxxvj.] An Act to incorporate,,the City of Su one of their number to be mayol'pro temp9feWh.dU11ng; Court : ilic: Souwern. 'Ju'dicTal I District, shall,( hold. one term o Co "rht Hvmcu arha"fl'l-farcwen p. J'1. (

1 :. ...:' Joseph. I absence; sickne. or incapably of thy said mayor: ,- nd until l.he Id at Indian Kej, in said county:, .on' t the ..firstMondaV Beyond wh it. human tongTwc., '.

I' a t Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative' Council of the' shall resume his seat in Aid Council,. shall be .vested Wlth.alltbe the .SUperior.Court in each and every year, until further provision 'HOPE. tell. *1.
I December,
J r of That all the free white inhabitants residing i-I liable to and discharge all the in Court is
..wI Territory Florida powers and privilege., and be made law for balding .two term for said J : Hope brijiht; a empiiern l star,

within the limits of section twelve and thirteen, township I duties,of mayor of said.city.Sec. be by clerk of said Court, who shall keep his fonining Hrlneilllo'Ya"I2Lnai) ,. ..__ I

Ii' .... sight, range eleven South and West, and their successors, be, 9. Be !it further enacted, That' all white male inhabitants And he shall ,appoint until a be Seat be established, after By Bees wtKne what' 64fL J 1ih, ,bc lra'1lerr. -r;:: "
I
( County vruh
1 office Indian Key, e S and ( faMi
1 ".."..; And are hereby declared to be a body politic nnd corporate by I being citizen., of the United States, and of the age of there. org :'t
offico
; ,; it The of St. Joseph," with all the : residedwithin said at least which, he snail keep hU I as
_, the! name snd style ot City twenty nne years who shall have city further enacted, That the cleric of !the SuperiorCourt MARRIKIE<
\. t <:: rights, libei tics, powers, and authorities incident to, and appertaining one year immediately' preceding the day of election, or who Sec. 6. Be it of the Court in Monroe county. I her of the S ydney Gazelle COOLama'; Iitt.
clerk County
the
-I .. f'' ,l' .;.'. to u corporation, body politic or natural person ; and by I having landed estates in said city do occasionally reside therein, and clerk of the Superior Court and the clerk lowing malrimor.ial I. I adverlweme ::-\ '1t
)
< I'. "...,1 the said nnnie and style, may sue and be sued, plead and be im- shall be entitled to vole for mayor and aldermen ; hut no person shall transfer! to the all and records in 'The advertiser<< a genii anan -
l and real estate and personal : o'f alderman" who is not of the County Court of Dade county, papers wishes frtn alliance with t h
t
i pleaded, huld, possess; enjoy property shall be elligible to the office: mayor or the to whichreside a cfl likf
: and dispose of and transfer the same, and so dispose ol al the time of his election, a freeholder in said city ; nor shill their respective offices, belonging to cases, Dade parties count. shall forego the tediousness and Srm
and the clerks in ) courtship {her
mil : ; the funds of said city as:: shall bo most beneficial to such oraldeimen be entitled to or receive any salary in Dade county ; personal aUra -: *
, ,3Pt1 Fk: manage any mayor all such cases as may be transferred from liberal shar? of TOW, are the .
their records
the and note on utias '
for discharge
thereof.
, 14'?',.r the interests or other compensation from said city performance the advertiser's I philosophy"in

.'I t.t.j Sec. 2. IJe it further enacted That the government of the of the duties of his office-All votes at city elections Monroe county. saying, ,hat he can insure hat Wal'r1a1J'

; tW said city slmll be vested; in a person to be called the mayor, and shall be given by ballot. Fussed January 28th, 1836.Approved 1836. lady of any description lhal mig .1

fld : i four aldermen, who hall compose a Council for the management Sec. 10. Be it further enacted, That every city election shall 4th February, The gentle nan can beReea on thi] 1or

# of the alTairs of the city the said mayor and aldermen shall be conducted by three city inspectors to be appointed nt parade this morning, dressed la IQI '. <

itV: I.. .p l bo elected annually on the second Monday of March, from least two weeks before the day of election by the mayor the I blue coat with a velvet cnn:1rbtf: .- lioa

I ,, A.. Amongst the qualified voters of said city. said shall also appoint the place of holding the election, I loons, whets vest, and cravat, bt
mayor
the said Council shall C No. ........ .... An Act to repeal an Act to authorize John white glove3, accompanied by a
,' Sec.; 3. l>e it further enacted, That and give public notice thrreoi for ihe like period .of lime. "'P. 940. [ .1. ] -, \. -
e1
.. all laws anJ ordinances that shall 1 M. Wright lo establish a Ferry on the Ocklockt river, all torother die, dressed as a radical, with a gjj !
said -
the
i.! : have po\\i und! authority to pus! Sec 11. Be it further enacted, That lU pectois curb chain round tll'k, of 'U
k
;'1: ? may be necessary and expedient for the good government of be judges of tho qualifications of voters, and it shall be their \VHERKAS purposes.), A la.v was passed at the Session of 1833, authorizing mtistacliios like his muster.-A>wand i-*.*l

-. '4.. -.- :: taid city this preservation! of the public morals and for the pie- duly or the duty ol any two of them on the day appointed bylaw John M. Wright to establish a Ferry on the Ocklo.knerRiver : abler this: d(: r must be made to B.iLi-' I

.. venting and punishment of offences against the public peace : for holding the election to open the polls for the rereplionof AND The said Wright has since died, and lake Baihujjl, care of Mias :55_ ..11,.. ',
WHEREAS,
'.:'". Piovidud, That the :snine: are not inconsistent with the Constitution votes, and to cause the names: of voteis to be recorded in a : has sold and conveyed all tim right vested t. lor Office." r

_: or laws of the United. States, with the laws of this Terri- book to be kept for that which shall be deposited at the his legal representative -
purpose Willis who de iron
Joab are -
James and >
in her said law, to inJc
.: tory, or tins( powers by this act granted and intended The said clo-ie of each election amongst the archives of the corporulion.The by Now JVhcn lli; Pique was! paid ofl
i of said confirmed :- admiral
right the board
having
V Council j.h.ill especially have powei to regulate improve, alter, polls shall be opened at nine o'clock in the morning, and of thr y desired! Capti nd a in
Council
Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative }:I. Itous tii express tn t IIM officers ajjcompany
;: und extend ihu streets, lanes, avenues and publicqllarc and ro! HI fivf in the afternoon ; after which th inspeclois shall John 1'l. heir :
; Territory of Florida, That the act to authorize Wiighilo uppntbailonuf, ttieomj,.
: I to open liet..m; :t* ; and cause encroachments and obstruction* proceed to count th! votes, and shall declare the person electedas I establish the Ocklocknee river passed February: ofhiinseif! I is I officers and crew !
a ferry on
: to bt miHvrJ, making the parties injured by any impiovfinrnl, mayor and aldermen, who respectively shall have received coma and, II extricaiin; the Pique UBO tri Ri
I 12th, 1833, be, and the same is hereby repealed. froa! J
n just compensation) and! charging: upon} those benelitted a reasonable the greatest number ut'ot s ; but if by reason of a lie between i Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That James and Joab Willu perilous situ ition she 'vas in, when aton

:: assessment, to bo ascertained ill such manner us shall any two or 111010 candidates on election of mayor, or if the pre- of the coast tlLabradorard, on f her lilt Jo

,:t 'iu lgr'l',1 l upon l ly;) the parties, or a jury of twelve men to be seiibed number of aldermen shall not be made, then in every I be, and they are hereby vested with the right and privilege! the quent voyaje; home, under circtu 1be

..' 4 organized in such manner, as by (ordinance the said Council I' such case, u new election to fill the vacancy! or vacancies: thus establishing a leny, and ch:irged with the duty of keeping great difficulty" and such as reqnirexerlions _
t. : I in the Ocklocknee river, at or near the place ohio "
same repair across
have ordinary kind.
liny: provide. The said Council shall poucrto prevent asijned-shall be ordered and held in like manner as is prescribed I Wcaa;
.jrtl'
the tile : known as the Lime Sjn) jog," on the said river : And the stand liial: t ie gallant Cantata will 0a
t\t" and abate IUHSUUCCS-t() order and compel owners or occupants in thirteenth section ol this act ; mid! the said inspectors
said James and Joab Willis, their hirs; and rssigns, shall con rccDnunissiua the Pique.
j which of water or are likely to of thc
": of the lots, upon pools are shall make oui written certificate thereof at the fool io

i :.'; 'UCt'u li1llh't : Ifill ibcfiu up,-to regulate and compel parlies by pull list, and deliver a copy thereof within twenty-four( hours\ lo I Urine to possess the ri:!bt ot said ferry: for and during the shallkeep term It i'nl cur ous Let: -thaI Prince Ta!
James Joab Willis
Thlsai and
of five Provided,
i ; ordinances or oihtr.vi.p, to creel tl keep in repair, partition the mayor elect, who, on the receipt of ibe same, and within tn'c. years only ea's: on.e in Ibar' and twenty buuri.
,
,,: ., fences, anil: to :is: nil l.ius and ordinances that may be necessary days from the day of his election, shall signify his acceptance or the said i lorry in good repair.S that is: at ( ililier. His habits"a re"so:., -

.i .. 4. for thc public: fll altlt. The said Council shall have authority refusal. :r.' a. Bt it further marled Thai ii shall hi unlawful: for known, that. he will COllie andsitdoffoii .l

introduction of infectious malignant allY other person or pTsnn;, to establish; or keep a !ferry within t be! where a meal is > in
,, 'f to goal d against the or Stic. 12. Be it further enacted, That if the said mayor elect: g ing on fijstnnmilv ,.
three miles of said (ferry, on said! river, it t,..' for hi* or and jo n in convers.ilion ]
:
.., diseases, and for this (Impose, may regulate or prohibit the inre signify his of vessels into the aters of the harbour, their use, and not fur 1 hit. )purportot'' !:aih"*iIM-J I ; I.tll. ever thinks: s nflerimr! him anvthin*. c
I I. ;. >s or I approach' : practicable, within five days after the, election: assemble the 1 0 .,..
'"
sid vhenewr compel them, under fixed andfcrJaiu See. 4. l He it I further emu led That u sinli I i i n,' I Hi. duty ur'I tin -
-.1 0 : ; IHTCSS.UV may Louucil, and in their presence, administer to him the following This is"U I
:
I e patent; : of ii 1 P
rft't: : penalties: to 'pcrlo.m quarantine, and observe such other I. oath1, A. [3. do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will to the said( James and Joab Uiilis, their lun.MI a-s'n":. i I., Urp at truly. A.utV kind! ol ige horseshoe nev! vei bat j iT. 1\

J\,.. idles mid ; "- "' a* to the said Council may seem properLy utmost of my power support udvunce, and defend the interest, all limes a good and sufficient flit or ei .Ift .J :.smhi. nlz\ <- to :saidbcen in' enled by a veieruary wrofTuiinlon ; 'M

i 1 'U-,.''* oidmance i tu cstabhnh ; may appoint pilots for the bar and peace, and good order of the city of St. Joseph, and faithfully cross u wagon and team ; and that tht?"l'> sh.ill dliU"t'; ami rtceiw Soiuereetsliiie! which III:
i :
IL:ft ? >" h haibour, haibonr-uia.-lrr, and pass ull 1 necessary laws for their I discharge the duties of Mayor of said City during my continuance such loll or feniage as is charged; or ,illo\v >-d ;at :any nihVr ferr Micctr
I t.1 '*r*' government-elect fall necessary: public buildings and dispose; ofthe i i,1 office ; und 1 do further swear, that I will support the on said river, or which may be established bv) UIIY .!uturl L.- ISlature ')y ahI(: exiei .swc coach proprietor preik4; '; 1

1 '*:r! same, as the interest of the city may require-mane and Coistilution: of the United Slates. And the said oath of office, of this Territory. t', the inventor taking out his JX1lent. T a
u
: :. ,:..: tii.k wells, erect pumps) : dig drains, and do and perform all ,such on neglect the s-aid mayor, may be, administered by a judge Passed, February 4th, 1836 Appruved, 8ih Ft'b. 1836CHAB. are producet by a machine with steamer ( pit
lo ihe iber of 3000( hour
nut an and!
DI
-/ and be best
> other net .ids us shall seem necessaiy adapted 1\
or the
or justice 01 thu
pe.icu, and mayor; elect upon being qualified IK sold al 2d.! each-one fourth of the CMCtSt.
to the impriivt-mcnt and general\ interest of the city-may pass :shall then: administer a like oath to the aldermen elect, and .

,; ,: r;, nil l neccssaiy: : laws to guard agamsl fires, and to ensure the thereupon, the duties of ihe former Council shall cease.

; : : sweeping) ol di1l1Ilt'Js-m.1)! )) establish! end regulate markets, Sec. 13. Be it further euactedv That if the mayor elect, or if 943. [No. XXXII ] An Act lo incorporate the 1 .. isacola Slcani MONUMENT IL Tr.uTlI.-Inr village! chrth. I

1 I r ,s. und require ali peisous blinking fresh provisions into the city, any of the aldermen shall deelim- to accept the office t.o which Saw-Mill Company. yard a $few miles from town, there isasur: 11I

1t {; to exhibit them lor sale at proper market hours-may establish ho or they may have been elected, or if accepting any or eitherof Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative ouncil of the inoiiimient, ,:hich after narratingJie iasf,

I s.; r, and legul.ito ilia u tight and assize of bread, the inspection oft ihem, shall not qualify by taking the prescribed oath within Territory of Florida That Benjamin D. Wright, ohn Brosna- 'lIe rils, a nil < eatb of ihe *:|>uur inhali'aniV

t !;:L pxovifions' or mill produce being of the growth or manuf )c- five days: alter his election that then the in office, or the ham, John Jurrison, junior Joseph Seirra, Robert A. Mitchell, low," miller :ulilly" adds the armorial
c.4 that be into said for ruayor Henry Ilyer, Hanson Kelly Charles Le Baron, James "nolens, tolei t*, -will he. Jill he.
... lure of this Tenitory, may brought city person exercising the duties thereof, shall by proclamation direct Quinn, 1SuAzsrr.Aas l.
)I- sale which be .sent from it-the guaging of liquors and their associates and successors, be, and they are -
hereby
: ; or i-jay! an election to be held for supplying suh seat or seats in SIR JAMES SOUTH.-Sir Jamesso zn C

'. i 'i t.40..r ZMcasuiing,: ; or wiighiiig of any) articles of'produce or merchandize the Council, us may be vacant giving at least one week's notice I constituted and made a both politic and corporate, under the ly attached u. h's observatory, hast I

,I z,:J. and the storing of gunpowder and other combustible naval thereof, designating at the time the persons appointed to superintend name and style of The Pensacola' Steam Saw Mill Company his friends Hained a very happy md pvi- I

.J.'I'-f l and military stuns ; and the mid: Council shall always have uuit' Luiiduot auid vloctien.Sec. ," and by that name may contract and be contracted with, sue ical siMihriqui I:-he i ii. called "the fal/ /ti I

I.# 4t auctioneers and license and tax retailers of goods and be sud: pload and ho implea ed, and be 1
power to tax 14. Be it further enacted, That if the. office of mayor, answer answeredunto : (knight. 1

.t-.t'.;,. and !iiquors, hawkeis and pedlais, tavern and public boarding or of any aldermjn, shall at any time become vacant, by death, in all courts, and may bave and use a common seal, and 1j

:$. *4 house keepe.is: all carriages, carts and drays, restrain lotteries resignation, icmoval, or otherwise it shall be the duty of the same may alter and renew at pleasure, and shall have LONDOX U rivERSiTT.-At a general: *K- j
mayor
t .i"-, tippling, houses, gaming houses, houses of ill-fume, and theatrical .I or the person exercising the duties of mayor, agreeably to all the powers and privileges necessary for the objects of this tiig ottlie pr ,prieturs n1"Lhe BroughamM-.J uuulou! Uni: I
on WrdnesdriyjLord :
versity :
charter. :
.
4 ..: : or other public tiui1ditigs-iJppress; riots and disorderly assemblies this act, in like. manner as is provided in the prececding section, Tooke, Mr. Hnme Mr. \VJrlml: nl-&.!

:(tt : and may provide for the punishment of all persons to order a new election to fill such vacancy.Sec. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, TJiat the capital stock of the present, it wss i after considerable discussioi: ,

I. :. ;. uiliof" breathes: of the peace' within the limits of said city, bylineiinprisoiiment 15. Be it further enacted 1 hat for the management of said Company, shall be fifty thousand dollars to be divided! into agreed: lo accept the plan for conferring dr

I: ; ; or labour) : Provided, The fine shall in no the first election A. Asher, P. Woodruff, and H. R. Wood, i' shares of fifty dollars each ; And after said Company shall grees, a nil oil er conduct the University!:,

.1 .:. case exceed. twenty-five dollars;, nor the imprisonment, twenty- are appointed commissioners, whose duty it shall be to give ten : have been organized and in operation one year the *.amn may proposed by ninisters; and a council was jJ-

".. days.: day's:! inMice. tlJt reof in the public paper of St. Joseph. at any time thereafter, by vote of a majority of the stockholders pointed to carry the same into etf cL

;. !. ; Sec. 4. Be it further. enacted, That the said Council shall Sec. 16. Be it further enacted That it. shall be the duly thereof: bo !increased to any amount not exceeding fifty. thousand --

i have and to provide by lax or otherwise, a fund ofj I dollars, which increased capital stock shall alsoTje .tEtLOFHO.-A new instrument, under
authority said Council when the divided inlo
;; 0 power said! city shall be free from debt annually this conned fiomusa visit" to the Paul!-
I r lor) the support of the poor the infirm, the diseased, and the in to reserve: und appropriate one-fourlh of all the taxes col- I. shares of fifty thousand dollais each. name It bears snme resemblance w the organ:

.I I'X:. sane: of .said city ; and 10 organize patrols and to provide lor lected in and for the said city or so much of one-fourth ihereof, Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That the affairs of the !said I a try ltI was ably played by an enthusiast musi I

the regulation, control, and punishment of negroes and person ud shall remain, after paying and discharging all the cunenl expenses Company shall be managed by a board of five directors, who cian, to whon we listened ,with sausiactiaa-l

.. .0 of color therein. of said city ; the said reservation and appropriation always shall be stockholders ihree of whom shall be a quorum for the I -

Sec.: 5. Ho it Anther enacted That the said Council shall! to be made with the view, and for thc of transaction of business : And the said board of directors shall I ROMAN REJ.AISIS.-It stated ihattheremaiiw -

f have power to asstss, levy, and enforce the collection of ull a fund for Ihe support of a free school m said purpose and crtatin"when"ever at then first session after the annual election in each and every : of ibree column have been rectnily:
city ; !
.f-! such taxes, suiti other impositions, as may be necessary for the and so often, from lime to time, as said reservation and year, proceed to elect from their own body a president, who discovered on the north side of WestjJte of h

,: ,: support of the gO\ CI LIlliCH! of said city and the improvement appropriation shall amount to "two hundred dollars, the shall preside at! their meetings. Street, Glouce ter, the architecture be the ffluen me

) ;. thereof: Provided: That no higher rate of tax shall be levied shall be deposited some secure bank for safe keeping ; but same it Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the stockholders shall I seems of the to pretorh indic; in le ofll.-at Ih:1tthis IornaiistaLIOfl.might .

t ''t'ti upon real estate linn one half; oi'CHIC per cent. on the assessed shall be the duty of said Council, always, as soon as practica annually on the fourth Monday of December in each and every ,

j to. value thr.it'of, to l be determined by assessors chosen in such proceed to elect the said e;on
: ble, to cause all monies thus deposited: to be converted into year directors who shall continue in I EA1tTIVJA :.-Adreaclfuh eartfcqra:
'. manner as s.iit1 Council may provide ; said taxes to be collected office for the term of until ; )ytdC':1sll': O'
hank stock Ion said city, to be held by said city in trust for the one year or their successors are the 12th ull.'hls uUerlydl"1f
: > after\ default; shall be made in the payment thereof by distress use of a free school. elected nut if the said election should not from any cause ni and,Bovelle, and buried more than 100 01

: j ; ,5 and sale ; the sale ill every such case to be made i.fter public See. 17. Be it fuiiher enacted, That the said Council shall take pace! on the fourth Monday of December in any one year. Iheinhabitantsof ihe former and' sevenU bria.Atr.J: ot
and in the is sold when taken the said the laiter"unilei the ruins. All Cal ,
notice aume n'anner as property have corporation shall not be dissolved
power to establish u free schcol: in aid city, to be regula- hut the stockholders fell ire bhock, vhicfa'MIS'! *,H nrfd, at Iti!
in execution And the said Council shall have further
shall
..i r .s- power ted and governed in such manner as by city ordinance shall be have the power to order said election on any other day they i interval, by lei oihers. In several pa
'. '0 to provide for the tiial of aH offences that arise under the think !1
l p1
I may may the -
) directed whenever the! establishment of such school shall have proper. were k lied and wounded by
.5
t ordinances of said city, and shall enforce the collection 01'an Sec. 5. Be it further personal
beei. first enacted That
directed tho
j' vote of of houses.
by a two.thirds of the corporationhereby
legal voters of .... ,
and that arise aforesaid
.. lines penalties as in such manner as "rgflfrt, ul"*illl * said city, in public meeting assembled:! four weeks auuii: u.ivc IMC power oi creaung and using: one or more -
upon public
: : .. said: Council by ordinance shall provide. I..u'.u Saw-Mills within the lunits l\JJ alEJT.-Mr. Bri't J.
previous notice, of ihn lime und place and of of the of Escamb'fa,
4, object such meet county
Sec. 6. lie it further enacted That it shall be the and ac1jYt1b
duty of I together with all the wilh.hk* charac:eristic zeal
tug said notice to be necessary machinery and
; engines fixtures
in rue
the mayor to see that the ordinances of the city be faithfully : given any newspaper printed in said and shall have the of ;' l>ronu>iing a sul criplion u>LomIoa wr '
e.cclJtcto: lecommenJ for appointment all officers city, or by posting the same in writing in two or more public !: power owning and possessing such real I resforaiion! of Miakspeare's: lomb, ':and 'loe.
necessary estate in Escumbia
city places therein ; and the said Council shall have i county ns may be for tlie erection ***
wHere
to necessary chancel 1 of Stra.ford( church fa
;, and to report them foi removal when the interest of the power appro- of their I :
mill
vvlieii he shall propriate and to apply to the use and support of said free school, .1 or mills and the yards connected there with,.and in -pursuance tftlii design! a, Luw! a'
it all
city require preside al "h
may ; present meetings for
from time to ti-ne, all interests and Dividends which shall supplying necessary timber for their saws. miller has been ji apiNtinted CiO- I
ot l the Council, and propose such measures as he maythink from, or be made upon said stock- all rents and profits of accrue landsor i Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That the books subscription ihe noblemen 'Ild gentlemen! of ')YJr: dslure'who
iinpoiluni to the interest of the city, but on tJI.
any question real : to the capital stock of said in, Ibe.S3
eslute said Company which have are engaged
belonging to for already been
4 taken, shall only) l tie et.titled to u casting vote ; and bo shall aly, which purpose, said1oUiijl the JJuIvver! .1 Rof '
shall \V.e observe names
4 ahull be opened continue fur the
have power to convene thc Council whenever it ma) be deemed empuweied to lease the same from year to i of open space of thirty days at the Chantrv, Bn>ck ; H, T. Hope, .1
yeut, and till City Pensacola Ht the office of the rp
: He shall have exercise and coutnbuiions of every: description, which be Company, under the spermntendamice r 'sub5Cripi: l1 .
the the
-. jieccssaiy possess, e joy all the may I mong nuinbt ; and ,
made of !
in aid ot Haiti tree *ihiio: | Benjamin D. Wright; John Bro!nahum John ** ((1
duties ol the bare no. .
: oi :a. justice peace-it Bhall be his duty to attend limited to a s Passed:: January llth 1636.Approved> Jerrison jr., Robert A. Mitchell and Joseph Seirra, the awO JQAt< w
and take his seat in the County Court of his county at the firttesion or any one will be speedily Illed up lo
10th of them who are hereby declared ,to be directors of the said quired. .
:; tbcit'of, of each und /vithm' February 1836.
every year ai.u the limits t ot Company. until the fourth of
;. said he shall have Monday December next or: until, !
: city- jurisdiction m all t' louses, wherein t' fa
their'successors elected. PIQ or..S1NG1IU&; '
_- are }(!aii.:
.+ the amount shall not exceed; fifty dollars, with thu light of situog'' P'1'
&IljCHJ) Sec. 7. Be it further enacted That the plgeulnV$ recd tlv observed
stock of -
r' to cither party, fioin his decision, us from that of capital ,the, The';.,
: a justice of the J fence, 'lJtbdsh'L- I.: Merwj.proache4ir
CHIP. 937. No. iaidCoriipany: shall he culled in in le
f [ xxri.] In Act to by talm nls. payable at such ti
h organize be called w
a County lo w
4t ; 1. peace. : times i n nd:l h ough seeming
p Sec. Dade County.\ and places as a majority of the stockholders shall determine : "te--p. \ .
: 7. Ih it further enacted: That the and He the bird permitUil be
rnon, or the and mayor two alder- it enacted. by the Governor and Legislative Council of the. : Provided, That iwgreater, instalment ,shall required; eXIliuIiatlnitWlQUutltS': ) b *j C"r '
}' mayor pro teirporc two aldermen, or three aJI. !- lemtory ol '* 'louda, II.1t! ,the dwlncl.of than ten per centum upon each share uudet 9Uwhit's ,0_ .
1.: derinen ah ill form n quorun for the transaction of all country comprehended nt any onetime' i ; and g: jI L.KJrt; stened. ,
I t I. 1 business: wllluu the followmg hunts, thiity day notice of the of such contaifl'tliei.lfllfl ,
: I hey viz-Com.nenring. at thc Wwl end payment instalment be givon.toeach aicrp uf. hnglish 'p.1per
I !tt::; such may and compel the attendance of absent members, under ot liuhia lionda Key, and running !jn a direct. line to C IeSn. stockholder,'his.'her, or their authorized agent 'or attorney.! : :'. 's&JfP1! )1 tocks', &c" : It.chat IS III dc,

l4. :t. qualifications pains of penalties members as aid may of be prescribed-judge of the ble' on the main land ; thence iu a direct line to Lake Macaco Se.' .. 8. Beit, further endciedrThat I the stockholder.-. : in giii. mi ed'lhar thr!bit ti was-sent 'vnui bUt thwicithet

the sufficiency, correctness thence on a direct line lo the head ort rid meeting shall'have the' mipaich, intended i :Antrthrp, J"
; pud regulaiil, election ] .} ihe North-Pr.nif or Branch poueroj'making\ j uch by-laws: rujeg! 6Jj'1'
-s yjejrd4ufpYycfl9ut1f
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f 8 tt their '
repr : c own rules of ot POt and II11U.'L
lUdC, comirtonljr known regulations for, the I :
prO ui'd
r as Hillaborough! River. > down government of, jihe hs cind.
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t peedmgs.; and upon recoiiiinnqajion 'the : an ) Company, ? its cuziie by- .,1eVY, }
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i-_ remove all officers, fix the-il mayor, appointitad 8ridjK'ver! Ute J ft'' b-H constitute County to be called. arc not inconsistent with IBM ebarteror.coIatrarytQ the ConAtl1tiition l! a1irlitetl' mTtii? ) it Inland 'aner 'tUCtoiikt P"'ptgdu
d !
compensation and Iljantl'irii
,:.. fees as may or ought to be aWd for" establish such Bade C ounty. Vc3Jj;/; : and laws'\ of the United State*; or'of this !ferritor,. : rv l Ia t 1hIdflglitfth{ TV., -:

'II S required of them ; their shall. such bo services' as may be Sec: 2. Be it i'da'cted, :That th/Governor of"this Territory &e' .,.9.: Be::i(further i 'eiiacleo', .::Tlat} any, number ot!" 'a tiioclchbi'p'ers 'S''F'nfl.. ; ;; 'rzr t.a; JSTaDo

cause a journal of. their!. ratings public, and they shall' J j8 hereby .empowered. for theprotection .apd"drainUtra.! i \ on 4ourth of the capital stock of the rmiU! Comp'anyV t '1.1 i 4 .J I Liak-.ii: ( '' WtFSOeoispap C
It I proceedings to be kept, and. regularly J ) ii n'of"Justke'! ; 'in said established shall have be calling PT1aI&LtJ1iC11O) $' ':\
$ I authenticated by the signulue of the J' county! by .tluspOinLUlJSiJ ,.aQtiQ ap- { jiower'of: 8.general ,meeting of-the stock- haiWP'Whom.
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__9: 1.I hall be kept for the nspection mayor and clerk'h', b ; cl1. Officers, an. fc; js.Minh-rizeij bylaw lo! ,' appoint; botdefliby:giving. thirty days'notice, : t1IO1fleflevspaperi printed !ci: f Y : ta tt
: open of all who : < I V .. .he. nat 'J '
01 'Y
be '
may interested the ther counties. of atPdisacplB. ; I J .
t 4hi : ffIib
Tefiitory., : ; OJ' "ItjvlSec.'ilp. I 4a j : '
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.41t in thc proceedings ofaaid Council the ( )\I'o ;' ,I ,., ., i. tcai..e distressed al. e .p r'tIKU' JR' ,
upon any question nhall.be cUered upon their; yeas and' .nays' Sec 3. Meitlurlher: ;entced14'at! the, In bitints!. of. saidffizes&j3i&&Bs& : Be >Jt further enacted. That each aarelihaflbe1nLtiikdoneite ;( y th. 'b fJtj i rrf the'inn1, 1
l p' journal upon a call eouniy! )',anU.b n e (rele.J h ot any two members ; they sit!1I! make public allthejr 'I nult4r'1br l 'I : 'J.8 .I iq e-a.: tit n4 I' rnt.ingsortho stock !i n 'W 1)u1 the''rn6bt'ykhe1Lsul 1d
a'I ordinances .lI l1IIUff iu' Erbldersf. bufh3 stockl frfer1' hiirpVe'moreen ( 4 balll ya'hisi! to the auClhi"
8ixtv-votcrfR
; and resolutions, before thcyiaflhave force "' sCL1Inuqeaq4; .!tlU. ,j i0 : ts t
c4 ( and C'm cepe,. .bpublishing > are. e : I r rari/'eWclUqnopi: |I > 4A X*- : : "e4ar.A _>>a1 j" .
C t I them in some newpapejprinted; ;rt.tQ4y Ir y. ,1 'I.t ; m .
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:: tbecisy- pott- u1.1bl8"rerra&ot 'f '' a'bona'nde' .... '
written thereof 1 stokhoki at:1 l.a4ii; e ,.aioattu.*.orovious.to ita ,$' TdI: }f; J
'1Ig. copies nwo or more public place.tbir i : : ; bfedii; eiC1i.t 11i rI
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ii ifld clthuld r.r.n 'IJoweil10v epp p.t :
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; Sec. 8. Be It further entd at.11the; id.' un ii li & { i :- 'J p.zy d f l iU q;
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: any ient'from sid clty..hall be sick and( unablpo.: u : Ii t. fl l'j'f7Mf.jf! 'Jdll i
4 Rltend t tbu Council for : P.f Jtl"J.A"f; 1 !i IM4JPft termT"rtda. ljieijor! .tio:Leipq. $.'w JMrfI _tJ_ di.ater raa tw.tl r WIt M..I
or aiy cause shall bbco-iie ntijw ...
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a 1. jncapable. ul at 'c.-rt;' ? florida! in ach !., until the 4iznty '!iifo) permii-T)\I f f.....y.3 J P1 otu zainltiatva si m.di 1 Ul \; ?' i .tlJ

S "uHd; Februar; W, 183.-Approred, Feb !. ..
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