The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 19, 1836
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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..J0hnscn.1 pingt' $ 1200.issuEd Ftb I1t ill 1536to.p1i !:: ..;..t. "'.: uenc*of disturbances with the Indians in V.l 1
\ltll1J/llntnt "
I" = // 7'enn 1S36 Of'Rtl"r'WiJH .- .' .. > -. ,, the sale ?' the: town kt* dvertis d for on the 1;
.'_ bU.ry'Ujioftpoiied until Tuesd ,
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) S2G334., said'cnst", nnd all others inter.i next 'rll... K
lIE pe'cndant 10 otice of the i'suing ofsiud wratr whole tract ofLand called! "Forbes'Purchase, { .
I ute! d ".iII' take 11"I' Plead to the ,declar- to about TWELVE HUNDRED .
dOappc3rn the statute In suchJedPT01" m\t 'J14UQ WIlILGSoi1'Q ACRES situated Midcle
oI.ingtO JA&tth ,
,f I1ttSe J caiC, ; 'fCDaao 'lUaQ : _
sn with the Tojwn of APP ALAI; 11l"'J
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'L. 1cSTCOTT,jr 7 Altys for pl'Ltf adjacent Islands in the Gulphof Mexico, _
D. EDWARD vetted in tie subscribers
> ustew. by"
C. SSIBLEY.: NEW STORE NOTICE. the use of all 1 the _
2 7 ifj1pPL Attorney at Laio. proprietors.
th 11.36, igt:( OFFICE in Jefkrson Street PROVISION AND GROCERY. THE subscriber, respectfully"informs the is hereby given, that on Tuesda, the 23d _
Ihtrd'L' Ccc Tt :::UfERIOR C.>>cnTI -I next door B. THE subscribers have united themselves under the he has taken the store immediately next.at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, : _
to E. Perkins ,
I 111)flllcr-..: 'ons ud rcpundc11d1mfl1: InMl .11 Druggist. : : of Peachy & Maner, for the purpose of retabhshmg Messrs. Hayward and Austin, where he of the Apalachicola Land Company ;.:

L jkers, 1 ; : ('In the case upon prenu- Jan. 30th 1836. 256m in the town of St. Marks, a Grocery and opened an extensive and choice assortment : to 'sale, ajpublic! auction in :he Town
Trcsi1tS 1):1I'lJIP1'S: S'bOO. Provision Store. Their buildings being lar: e and able goods, consisting of DRY GOODS the Building Lots .in the said tcwu '
f""Il..J lIsvll )f '"''es-'llfachmrut jsutdJa' 215 1 136.Rcturfl3Lle ADMINISTRATOR'S Contrnodtotlsthey likewise propose attending' to the Made Clothing, Hard Ware, Groceries, to a certified plan thereof to -exhibited .

to 'F' u:, t erin, 136 fur NOTICE. Rectinng and Furvarding of Goods and Cotton, to and Earthen Ware, Hats, and Caps.Boots, of sale. ..

i 22U0. 4 LL persons )kavinf rlaims uga'nsi the: estate of which they pledge themselves to pay such aticntion Saddles, and Bridles, Tin Ware Drugs: $c. of sale w3l be one fourth cash the res i- i., ,
J Elijah W. :Sweat deceased, required to as will entitle them to liberal) which will be sold low for cash. '
nnd all others mterf arc present a share of patronage annual instalments, with jot rest, and .
: d::11 1ft1\ said: ; c.tse: the, issuing of said w ril them duly authenticated within the lime prescii- from Merchants: and Planters of the Ten ilory, and THOMAS: payments are made, and securities for the

THE \td ttke: otlCC of nnd lead to the' dcclrand bed by law, to subscriber or his ngcnl in Gadsden neighboring counties of Georgia. Their goods will Tallahassee Nov. 28 JB35. 16-tf t& given,'according to the Deed of Trust, ,

t and tn :\p1iCar the strttutt an such eounly. Wm.B.McCallor they will be forever barred be sold low for casJi or produce. As they will endeavlo STORAGE! STORAGE of association: a clear title iifee sim i
Jatt:1lhmcn: : CCIJIIg IO Those ! !
slld caSC indebted 10 the estate are requested to keep on hand a constant supply choice and inferior made.
: E1'C01'T JI'
&.1 din JII. 0. : ,
nll id' make immediate addition his old
3\1 J prO' for I'PLR11.dJaI.2' payment. JNO. TATUM. qualities Gioccries and Provisions of -very to orkDec.J5th.I835. .
.. nlde All'Y
.. '1st i3G.._.._ __ _-_.___.------------- _Fel). 6 I ItiVJ.! 268vADlJlISTRATOR'S description, Country Merchants and Planters will find J- subscriber Uas recentlycrected a LOUIS McLANE. ) ,
_OAIISDEfo SUPERIOR COURT. greatly to their intcrst ic call. Their Store is 1mwopen. ng SO by 28! feet, for receiving cotton and CHAS.AUG'dDAVIS: > T-ustees.
,; c- lc"l ?, for $$1000 1 damages Q.IX months after date, I shall present my accounts WM. MA Elt. k St. :Marks, December 27th 1831. ,
pondcndum of Lan I
.: vs returnable to spring term I5G.J.tt : K!? and vouchers for a final settlement, and! apply to St. farl\!;, Jan. 16th. Ig36.: '23-if Apalachicolala Compa-
\ the HonornHc NOTICE.IX to the above advertisement, ot er at pri-
\\I' f gga' Attachment AT $500. for a dischwjre from the County the Court of Leon county, JAMES H. COOKE. < weeks afterdate, I shall apply to the in such'quantities as may be waited, the .
will\ the Es-
take Adminisltoiorshipof
, .1 .,LIlt and aiuAht-rs' : interested laic of James Hughes deceased- 1 IOU) Broadway New York. )O ble jndge of the Gadsden County known 8s "Forbes' Purchas," lying

T:101: O( ":e utsut mUon ( f-aiJ SUit and 1 the 1 issu-the HENRY, F. SIMMONS\ OFFERS for sale, Sifas Secretaries and Look Ca- ters of administration on the estate of, the Rivers Apilachicola and St. Minks, und 4 ,
: J'.1.1"11', .and ioaj.pc.rand ,p1cd to September 5. 1835. of Dining Tables, Bedsteads, Mat- tick late of said county deceas d. within six smiles ot Tallalmsaee. In his !

01, .I.Il.lt'd \11 S841: case according to the 1: statute 4-Gm I i trasses, Wardrobes, LooKing Glasses! also Pin and ANN R. be found some of the finest cotton and su- '. j ;

.IJ'a"j"JJ.: ".' \11,111 If. ;'114'. provdCd.IT Phul1tllT. Administrator's Notice. Centre Tables, wih wood or marble tops. r'ideboftrds, P. ]JUV AL. who has returned to { s in the Southern country; also tracts of the '
tn oJchff- ': J'r Au'v for Woi k Tables, Dressing Bureaus, also with wood or W'M. settle himself lands, and extensive tracts of live.oak.; but. ;
J 1''f A LL persons having claims against the of permanently,and t
;::; : ____.__._ U.c.'hitc : estate marble lops, and every article necessary to fuinsih a LEN, have associated themselves in the will examine for themselves, a par&iu't I i
16 -TJtt. decersml
:1n--.'-- -. ----------------z----. ,; ; : are required to present house. Which will be sold on terms that will gne the Law. They will keep an office at i is unnecessaary.: The title ti> purcha i I
J Jr; nil: tJJaty.\ %T\ CIT>> them wii'iin the! time prescribed by law, or they will entiresati factiIJn. Jan. 23 I be the came as for the town Jots of i tpalacht- ''. I
.\Hachnell1.ErnslU1ro be forever barred. Thuse indebted to the estate are ------ 183G.. 24 !'Jw :St.: Joseph, and will practice in the Superior It j' ; }
'S.JpI {S \.MIIflhISit.! requested to make immediate payment. Ul'lC.EIX -- the Franklin counties audio ol Leon.Jefferson.Gadsden the Court Appeals. of Appabcicola! is situated at the mouth ? t I;

J II, 1\lnll- 8'1tl all other ,personS interested, Ctnl83G. JAMES 26 Sw : McMULLIN.Feb. months after date we shall submit accounts hems.el yes to give strict attention to all of the same name.on George'a: Sound, ri" "
delll1 30t. of Mexico. It is the the Ri .1
riHI 01, AUachment I I hasClc.k L fided seaport 0 ;
that :l \\ nt ---- and vouchers, as executors on the estate of Hardy to their management. WM. P. ;
I. ,tH, take\ l1lt', f the of the Countyt.cnsucd Vickersdcctascd! : lothc Honorable County Court R. C. : Flint, ChynlaApal.ichiolaami 4 :
oi1et { Patkits between St. J\larks\ JV. Orleans. :
"Ut (I it Regular streams, and is connected vith the rc]J r
the alJIIVC bt\ll'll case: tIcyttet1)rt of Leon county and apply for a discharge.JAS. February 13th, 1836. 27t1NOTICE
Cllun(.1 Lois "'l\1uty III the drcbratioilt The schr. towns of Columbus and Irwin on, and t :
} l.'ad tn Lady Washington J.VlClvERS.
\ ( '.\ '1flLI ) : districts of rich and fertile plantations iu '.' .
t ; to hc firm of the Statute M. Swaim, and schr. Washington W ILLI. J W. HART.Nov. .
fll Ld r: Stlt.:: ase aictrdt1g 9th 1815. 15 Cm SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to to Alabama, and Florida, The expor a of cot .. t
'; Leeds will
u4itijl"&se n.1 J I I."\ILJ /)A.BERTI1ELOT' !\ Win. apply regularly thro'itheseas -- the Judge of the County court of Leon this port l1av.t.been regularly incres sing for t, C

J.1J : for Pl'lflT. on. NOTICE.respectful.y: letters of Administration on the estate of years, and ills supposed will L its year t
Attorney ( P. H. SWAIM: at St. Marks andAgents. ,lIB ub.,cribcr } informs the public Rhodes, late of said county deceased. Dales. ..
I Fr .. tOl\\, 3j.( ":1fl.oii1I2 : < TalJaha ::.cc. 'I that he will Lave the !?2iJSi'iE3iJ3Q9thoroughly DURANT C. to fifteen steamboats already find :onslanl .

.1 ) uf Cotton.f ( N. W. STILLWELL, N. Orleans. Et.2.L repa.-rect and htted up lor Ft b. 27 1"36 29 6w1I on i iu waters, and few countries have L- .; t I
; &. S111)JJ11Ig N"UIS1 18:!5. 13tf _
: the icccjiiion: of those who are willing to patronise of advancement in agricbltuFe and C nI'J \
:",1\If, ',--TIW: (; 1 1-: : u attend to Storing and him by ihe tenth ol Duceinhfriiext.: He pledges himself To Farmers and those borderIng on the rivers abo Ie men- '

ll":'\\II \I'.C 1' tlOll-tlllY \\1'II' advance J on GJ1RDEJ\ SEEDS that every attention shall b:' paid for the accommodation .(t THE subscribirs having .0 ,I .

Gul\.In* ('II., !.....)trtw tucircarc for shipment 1 to any IfJ. ARDEN SEEDS from the New, England Seed and convenience d his patron large brick storerin the upper has been settled but a few y< ars, anti
l\U"tl intlic I'mli': St m5 or elsewhere I I ; and willat '-Jf Store. For sale by A. A. FISHER city for the express purpose have hitherto resided there, having: no in- ....

.1'I l I 1:1)C: iJier ihcir Storrs i.i Tallahassee I or SI t.111rr 23 tf_GEO. LAN MAN. Tallahassee, Nov. 20th, 1835. 15. tf modating the country trade, and Intending the soil, have paid no attention to its im
Mtrk Oct. 4th, 1034 ((8tf) their sole attention to the sale Groceries, further than suited their mdivkital: con i'

I NOTICE. .NOTICE. try produce, would invite those who wish to Sales of about thirty lots have already

:\DlI\ISTltATOR'S NOTICE.4TineiittiApnl SIX monthsaficr date, application will be made to I A LL persons are heu-by forewarned) from comUL tosell, to gibe them a call, as they are : to individuals residing at Apal .chicot.... t

(l TCI IItlbt I'Jackson County Court honorable the Judge of the County Court for .. mining trespass or aste upon the Lands and sell on us good terms, and give as high a and New York, who have agreed to crc(:. 't
. ; l, AiLninistiatiir of the! estate ol fWiuiam the county uf Gadsden\ for letters of Dismissory on other improvements on the tract known as 'o-bes.: I for |produce as can be obtained in the city. buildings OIl the said lots without de ay, an-i ,

Spear.. di:rc.iied, uil! prcsint: his accounts the estate of John P. caleslatc Gadsden county Purchase; and jiarliculaily: : fiom rciiiuvnig, cutting; I They have just received and for sale, will be immediately adopted ;.o mali .iI ::

tnu \ ' doubi ". '.'

WilC LJh.1r".d: t1icrditi. Quincy, .Tanlst. 1836. 4" Gm__ land, unless by spl.ciallca'c fnnn the proprietors or 5 Tierces Rice, as healthy a place of residence as s to LK. I 1
WILLIAM) : SPRAUS: a lll'r.. their! agent. THOMAS HAUl ZELL, 20 Boxes Soap, in any city south of Virginia. ." ,

I .Iilll"a: ft") ("'' r J 17, i.i: 1-t\ jl1_ _ NOTICE. August: as ::5tf Jgnit for the 1'rnpritlurs.AD.MIivbTRAT01tS 20 Kegs Lard, Sound is capacious, and has se :ure an- t a
-- midci signed has 10 do. Butter. in blue clay I bottom, and is defender<<: on alt :.f 'i

The City Hotel.I THE iIltCI John i i Paikhill ap I, I | NO'l'ICE.S New Orleans Sugar, Whiskey, Brandy : thesea. It has two entrances one L) ,
:: MX. ::1tr till --d:? inst. icMimciny ownership his Agent and Attorney in IX inontl.s: afli r dale: I will! present niy accounts Lc. $.e. G. H. & T. E. Pass," admitting vessels of 600 tons having a

.1I I I-I1 i u 110 |fll' ,i' I ity: !CU 'tit' c tntmucd :i Ulclulldcl' fact, to act fir: him during and vnuchcrs for final H t.leniLiit, and i\-t ply lu _Feb 27,1835. 29if the bar at low water; the other by the 4 :,'
i-uiidaci and! maiu ,im-nt l.f ;Air.\ llamikonHjjsm. tie Hon.I the Judge of the County Cmirt of Lion, li.S' 12j to 13 feet allow water ad j'
:jtfkiii! ( his absence, while on theSemiuole SIX: weeks after date, I shall apply to the ,
discharge from the administration: (If the estate (If
I "THOMAS BROWN. expedition. lie has placed in his hands his a hitthui deceased. Court Madison county for letters of vessels of 35U tons burthen without a ly dili.- :.._

J i..Cl. 1"36 :.2 tr Honks!!:, Notes, and Accounts, for settlement; and hopes 'VilloudibyIv SARAH, [ WII1TEHURST. tion on the estate of J. B. Mays Deceased. Vessels drawing 8 feet water usually! ;load .a i '

1\ that indebted to the undcrsigrcd!, will call and set. March 1, 18M. :iO: 6w R. J. those of liij i feet or 350 tons turthen, ,;
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE.I Dec 19 tli. 1 l"3.'i 19-Cm_ 1100 bales of cotton within 3 miles of tin
lie their respective accounts as sr.on as possible, and ._
SHALL L1pose at sale on the first Monday in enable his Attorney to meet the demands against him.! ADMINISTRATOR'S I NOTICE. COTTON GINS. those of 600 tons take in their cargoes .

May nut, ai tile Court H.ouse, door in the town His shops ,\ ill; be continued as heretofore, under the SIX MONTHS] from this date, I shall present my THE friends and acquaintance of sixteen miles, in secure anchorage in the : '

01 ftumcy.Faiiufihui valuable Tract of Land, nas"Forllrli' superintendence of Mr. James West, who he hopes' adiuiniatraiion account of the estate of Allen McGra- are informed, that by calling L-
Purcliaie Jyirg on the waters of the I be with on the subjcctofthe above lands to be ad! !
they can supplied
will! be able to give general satisfaction. dy dec. to the County Court .Leon, and apily to1Je'dischar..eu mer agents
EodyCumfort, Cane and :Sweet; \Vater Cree.ks, and DAVID C. WILSON.Feb. thcreirom.! F. B. 'tVllT1NGadtit'r. the best quaiity, either Cast Steel 1 or Iron to Thomas ABaltzcll, Peter Mi'-che John
kivcenlhe Aj'al.ulucola! and LiLlIe Rivcis or as '" svit All the or Benjamin A. Putnam, at the Olices o. "
; 13th, 1 835. 2 .6w St. ;Marks.ept.: 26, 1S35. T-Gtii purchasers./ persons wishing "
"11th{llll\\1111 the illll'rC\'clI1cnts) as will be sufficient cle will do well to call on our agents, viz Land Company at Tallahassee t.r f-

tuiify: the C-Junty Taxes dUP thereon! for the year NOTICE.THE Cheap Cash Store. Wiliams I Leon county: D. Williams & Co.Q"8 or in the city of New York, to Benj;.- r.
t tcellh\lndrcdanJ thiity-fivc! unpaid, with costs Subscribers anxious close the busircss of cointy; Wm. D. Harrison, Gadsden county Rogers. t': "
inddiatgekocin; icturned by the Assessor for aid I late firm ot Ken and! Sturjres, oiler f.i private THE subscriber offers for Fashionable sale low, for and CASH only, W.llo ison, Jackson county Florida, for Maps Apalachicola, and its i iciniu 1 t
County< uuisl! t.d ; and the property of Colin Mitch- sale, the entire Stock of Goods at :Si::: Maiks, belonging variety of Goods new been Staple: paruculars as to price, quality, &c, at the tollowing places-J t. ;. ,
His stuck
Goods. having purchased
Peter Jjln. Carnachnn Thomas Vcrmil- ARCHIBALD
I ; Mnchdl to said firm.
he is confident York at the office of the Trnsteesoioftlte; ? hi
Daud li. I D. n.. Jarvus Ex'r. ofWm. Kerr. on the most advantageous terms ; that JOHN M. GLAZE.
'; Ogden, Ogdan, Alary P. KEUR, White D C.
kJtnT Barecn S."Garr M. Adm'r of he can make it the interest of planters and others, to M. at Washington, ..:. \\i.
: Andrew Joseph White, DANL. D. STUUGE, R. Sturges. Urhee villnge: Marion county Geo -:
He would C. the office of Richarc Car
cull the
him call. at
give a particularly attention ,
nd William Chi Ktb. 20ih ie3G. 2stf ..
: e. Si Maikh: ;4 :\
dIX E /
: of the Ladies of Tr.llahassee and vicinity to .
hours. Terms Cash. ,
Siletoukejildceilliin ; ,
I and fasluonable articles Geo. John P 'Villiarr SOD r
ROBiilT FORBES:: NOTICE. the great variety elegant r CAME\ into the '
Tax illector! for l aJl>den Cuunty.C'5l1 persons, indebted! tn the laic firm of Kcrr 4. which he offers! for sale, as well as the plantcis, who ; ;:: subscriber the 6th inst. Geo. J. Diliingharn Co p :, 1
ALL \\ould do well to embrace this[ of supplying Mare black Flo. Thomas BalUe.! .-,
l J't.;;; ) ll.td! ;tur cs aie lequestedto make imnudijlc pay- opportunity ;j Bay Poney, : .,
--- nicnl. And ilmsc having demands, ngtiiist the same, themselves with roCli.thing and Staple Goods, t:1about' six years old. The owner can Hiram Nourse. '
,, In Gadsden SuperiorCourl, will present them ul'l}' authenticaltd to the subscri- at cxticincly low rates. C. C. \\'ILLIA\l: liy paying charges. WM. C. Orleans. Abijah Fisk. 4 ..

Bcary Gee, Co.up. 1"s. \i Len within tin.: tinge pi"escribed "y law. December 5ih, 1S33. 17lf ;Mtrch 121836. 31 6w atJno.G. James Inneraritj or .s f
\ P. Kerr Kx'rcfWm. Kcrr. I N. B. I wish it to be distinctly understood, that I .Charles E. Shcriaan.: "

:littldnirvH.: Jones 1 DAN'L. I D. lTRUE:;. Adm'r of R. Sturges. will not sell Goods on a credit of J 12 months. C. C. W NOTICE.ON John Inneraiity. : {

!Cnry W. IVc'-lcs'! \ J. IN CHANCERY. Si. Marks' K I b. 20 1836. 2Stf the ngbt: of Pipers will publish[ the above daily ... \ l
"'me! Smiili!. and! I IVrd Storage. inst. my blaze week, and thereafter once a week uniil tl)..' 4 f

iijin.m! \ !], I j NOTICE.ALL c.. ,',\'. The subst nber has 4 (I nut HORSE,- and send their bills to the office of tl.v !1
Ibp'lfililllb) J I persons having demands against Robert \\ \ \ }lately finished! a !large: '\'" ', \ many persons in for payment. > .

tj fiom satisf.ictory evidence that !, dcccaed, late of :St.: :Marks] Leon county anJ coinuioilious Co:- by the tame of Courier, Pjiiladelphia N. Gaze te, 1.

teI ITpjJears (. : Henry \V. Peebles will present them duly authenticated within the ton :Shed: which with his well known Warehouse, ,ett, escaped or American, Charleston: Couiier, \\1.If!

;!ake: fcmr.li and Benjamin Ward!, do not resIde in lime required by law toDANIEL will enable him to hoase from the weather from SOUto from Col. Nuuall's stable, in Jefferson Georgian, New Orleans Bet .,
J"is'j-icu) but reside in the stale s of Alabama t.! D.' STU[tG ES, Adm'r. lOOt) bales. Those'ho may store their! Cotton 45 s nail-has two or three white feet-is Gazetee, Nashville Banner. j :

..:aiana: : It till Ft.11r1S; Pel. 20, 1836.: 2tJ-Sw with him, arc assured that every attention will lie i.e- and well broken to harness. He was Dec. 30th 21 td r:
is refurc ordered that
they do appear ___________ _
1 1ljt ( towards its safe / ed James Bryan Tallahassee, and __________
till Julgr-(ii tU Superior Court for the :Middle: COURT tO\\ l'd keeping. by r
-'$'.TK. uf J-'lunuJ,GIl.J.dl n County Chann IN LEON SUPERIOR St..Marks, Jan. 13: 2ltf R. W. DORSEY, bly endeavor to get back to my stable. NOTICE.
(sitting -
To March Term 1635. : restoring him to in E r.t:
Comm. Merchant. me
!day of the next Term of _ _ Storage 4' Any person Subscriber returns his sincere thanks to his: ,..
**tt.'Tt: and I Charles liaire, tVS leaving him with Col.! Nullall, or Mr. in for the iberat :
anbWCI'the bill filed by the Complain. GOODS s, and Uit. public general, r
J1"::; this cascohcrwii.oilic same: will be liken pro I > 1N ATTACHMENT NEW Chaircs, on the St. Augustine road, shall be he has received since he has I ceo ill '.:

so.Iec.19, Ira Sanborn, ) It. S. MILLER has just received a conplete Stir rewarded. W. W. W and solicits a continuance of their I atrol- ,

) J l, 135: 19..1 m fH'HE defendant! Ira Sanborn, and all other perSons STAPLE & FANCY &QQ&&, which lie March 12lh 1836. 3ltf has just returned from New York, and ha.-, ; ,

---- H intcicstcd, are hereby notified, thai a writ will! sell low for Casli, Cotton or approved credit. NOTICE.ALL per brig Somerselt direct from that pi ace, .. "- .

ROWAND'S\ TONIC MIXTURE, allachmcni has been sued out 01 llin Clerk's Olficc Tallahassee, October :3Lsi.t Is3.'i.: l-tf persons having claims against the assortment of fall and winter GOODS:;, con .

ANn.qitjCojjrc of Leon Court, in the above stated case, and tl.at they JAMES JOHNSON IJIlttiE R.Muariy, late of the following Articles, to wit:- -: .

klv / Pills.! arc hereby required to appear and plead to the declaration deceased, arc most earnestly requested to blue, black, green, drab, and adelaid Broad i .
!| tor. ('qunr.e {f the numerous attempts to palm according to the Mamie in such case made and DK APKU AND TAILOR, properly attested, and all indebted to the :

!j $4'iu Mtt llI1ltatlOU& of Rouand'suluableMedi: i- provided. J AS. A. BEI.THELO'l', TJLL.11MSSEE, YLA: to make payment on or before the 25th day milled Cassimeres, of different ci lour.- .l

IiJts tHlIl tin- l'uLI.c-llc has dtti mined lo confide the Dec. 12 1535. I8tf Attorney lor Plaintiff. (Next door oI''orlll of F. Toiclr,Jeir tier, in Monroe: st.) sent month, to the subscriber who is I of super Satlinels. c ". .

! : Mclusaely .o ugenis in ditlercnl parts of the would rcpcctfully inform his friends and the the af airs of the said estate, with as Negro Kerseyr, Linseys and Fa::tians. ', :.

( ['Iinlxy, II film \\'hOI1Illolle|| the genuine articles can be NOTICE. ME public, that he has just: returned from the North delay as practicable, being obliged to leave French, and American Prints. :;; ,:

! :.i. *sand--Jr"} .to guard the| more eilectually against the irnUt THE subscribers having qualified as Executors ,of wiiu a new and splendid assortment of GOODS in ritory forthwith, after the above dale. Muslins,Fancy Shawls,Handkerchie san! .,.
l l unuuthoribtd' xtnueis; lie has instructed last will anc lesiamtnl of Godfrey SlcfThcns his line. Feeling grateful for the liberal share of pat- B. McBRIDE, Pongees, Luslrmg and Fancy Silks.
;:.;, atns: llI I BI \.lIn, New York! PhiLdelplna) and deceased, lute Gadsden county, do hereby notify allpersons heretofore; extended to him, he hopes by strict Jefferson county, March 1836. 31 zl .

i lit j-.iV." make nu salt to mrchanti and others of having claims against the estate, to presclltthem attention ronage to merit a continuance of the same. iioatwright's Cotton made Clothing &c.; Cotton Bagging.
11 V Ucaictntt to be carried Sou/A far talc' again. without delay duly authenticated within the brown, bleached,plaid siriped D jmef- -

:';LTU"l..UC5{' > ul a 11Ct1iC1uU! '- article in imitation of time prescribed by law, or they will be barred of re- .qlarge and Central assortment oeon.sislizg/ m Q n TWHE subscribers, agents, of Mr. James Rope; black castor, beaver., drab, and Wool I
; tnulI.e llx lIrc have been manufkclured bv Lu- coveiy. && Q3E $ ol JultollJ1n : JL manufacturers Cotlon Gins, .

ft UCJfll5tL.Ck./lIr & Jo ofNewrl{, und sestlo" Ike All persons i indebted to the said estate, lire requested Blue, black, mixed, green, bottle do, invisible and will contract to deliver any quantity of dozen Walebone Bonnets. j I
; : 6tUt. ted Gins this for three dollars
TIle al place
name llwltmd nisieadof Row- to make immediate payment. drake neck do. London and Golden Brown, Plumb, per Russett Brogan Shoes.
f."I Ll'lllcs' of the 1lilallon- \ .;. STEPHENS I sons desirous supplying themselves with Shoes. .
mlV The genuine 1\1 < \ p AdalaJe, mulberry, cnccaltd'iolet, und viclorir.e pair Kipped Brogan
IIld J we l had> of the lolloping i persons, \\ .10 arc S. B. STEHENS, $ XS purple. Drab and brown Petersham, for over coats. will do well to make immediate application and Ladies Walking Shoes. 1
!!:"tfwiuuhis part Florida and Georgia R. M. STEPHENS. Ex'rx. scribers, for the number of gins and saws ( pair Negro Blankets large Rose Blankets &c. J,

E. I. Pe'klns.' General Tallahassee Quincy, Feb. 8lh 1836. il78wADMINISTRATOR'S CASS1MEUS.Corded be brought to this country, but what is Cognac Brandy Jamaica Rum, Holland 3iu. .. ,t
Agent, buckskin checked and printed, of Columbia
; IVllftumL. &. Co. diagnal, vious to their shipment from ),as Whiskey, Wines, Teasandj
r;,' 3dRICS C. Ecies: > Ihoamvillc'o"l: ,I NOTICE. the richest colors. forward on their orders and have the St. Domingo. and Jamaica Coffee. .1

Crr& ,:Quincy larks, ; IX months after date, 1 shall present my Accounts GOAT'S HAIR CAMBLETS of various colors, in time for the next crop of cotton. ,an assortment of Cutlery[ Crockery, an I

t 'i'honasAlexaflder 1Ilck S and Vouchers for a final settlement ; and for Cloaks and Wrappers.VESTINGS.. BEN JA MIN Hollow Ware, &.c.

:1: D'riu. \Ilhaws &: (,;0. : low n, anply to the lion thc Judge of the County Courl of MagnoliaMarch 7th 1836. many other articles too tedious to mention.

[ Utlff tr't'IiCUU} 1' :M&ckasooiy.- Gadsden county, for H discharge from the Administratorship Splendid English figured silk, figured silk Velvet, NOTICE. of which will be sold low for CASH, cr Ui .
of the estate Shanod:: McCall, deceased. and ChaJes intended for be
t Udi\ ufLB' Perkins will be on all the bottles cloth Velvet, figured painted made arrangements to Credit. Country Merchants can SUI-' P
Lbe aOents 'V M. B. McCALL, Adm'r. parties, plain and figured Marsaillt-s, Br.cade Quilt- H-\ business on the 1st of April next a small advance on the New York price;.

I..!.Illll\halsee, J ul;7tht:1837. 48tf February 2d, 1836. 266111ADMINlSTHA'1'OH.'S ings, figured Wcltings, c-c. HutTCasauieres, Stocki- ward Barnard Jr. I am anxious belore' subscriber will advance, and ship Cott.m to

NO ICE. nett, expressly for' parties, checked, striped and plain close all accounts which were due me on or Charleston, S. C. He will pur ihasu:

.1 -r tx NOTICE. persons claiming to be creditors, or heirs or merino Casemcres, diflcrent colours,stocks of etcry January. Those that can make ii. and give the highest market prices.
S t ,months after date fplication will be made to ALL of the estate of the late William description, Linen and cotton shirts, bosoms and col will much oblige me by doing so. If those ALEX. FORMY VUV lL.

Et0 "00-Judscof the County Court for Leon Christie, deceased, arc notified to present their claims Jars, Gum Elastic Suspenders, linen and buckskin not nato pay tluiraccounis call and 5, 1835. 4-tf _
r:J I.Ufly.1 p., f( letters of Dismissory on the estate ol duly verified and authenticated to the subscriber according Gloves, merino and! silk Hoes, half do. lambs wool do. by note ihcy may depend on every
I, "nor decca-ed, late of baid county. to law. plaid and plain silk Cravatsfancy. Handkerchiefs of granted for their payment which can be .
(F S! I. G. SEAHCY WILLI AM B. NUTTALL, Adm'r. every descript'nn, Nett Drawers and shirts, flannel asked The notes will be left with Mr.: UNDERSIGNED having purchased th] en ,
UICHARD SHfcPFEB. } Executors. and cotton flannel do, settle either of tyr. Gideon Emory in the Mer:hhlo- -
1' M Tallahassee, Flo. Feb. 8th, 1836. 27.8w Those who are not willing to t R
,.%__,_ !! ssce Jan. 1 18 MADE CLOTHING.Dress if 1 conducted under the firm of Jl-:
I 1836. 24 ai.
G. and frock coats, Pantaloons figured and leave their accounts in a La wyer's hands for in ihis place, notifies "
.1 & Wm. P. Duval J. D. VVestcott ,
; T. or to Esq., 9r -
L E- general a; soi-
he is a
LINDEN EltGEH that now recelving
arcX velvet velcutia cloth silk satin and 'I'he business will be continued by .
f" jr. Esq., his Attorneys &nd Counsel at Tallaha&see. plain silk plain with in Bu ,
cl himsell care }
.1tpct If. Chase, from Baltixore, and daily and figured marsaillis vests. Goats hair Camblet without any change in the manner of Goods by and offers the san. .
Ds* Other vessels, a general assortment of Cloaks and Wrappers,-Indian Rubber over coats, and those who have opened accounts York and Baltimore, '
rotke !t\Vare:)>>nllstin,, of Groceries, Oiy Goods, Shoes, Eor Sale or Rent. Frock-coats Wrappers and Leggins. the 1st t>Jan. or who may wish to open prices at retail, at the stand OCCQu -(d t -.

r 'M 'ware Farming Utensils 4-c.. full of Silk and Furred continue them with him to be settled as fiirra. ALSO-
All I o'wll1ch( TRACT Land situated in Jefferson county, Also, a supply direct from
they offcr for sale low for Cash or A 14 miles east of Tallahassee ol 440 acres. 200 HATS,-CAPS, &c. commencement of the new year. daily per brig Harmony, 1

1\".it1833 Produce/ of which is Hammock, 100 Oak and Hickory, and the I His cloths were imported tom the Western part of Eo'B. I, on consignment hammered IRON, .
13-tf will warrant them to be I Tallahassee March 3d 1826. 30tf 30 tons
ballancc PineLand and Swamp, 170 acres is rut down England, and he << oqual to any Eartbern WARE
1\\ ?Et TWANTED.. and 150 is mosily under fence with a Dwelling House brought to this market, he will also warrant them to NOTICE. 30 Crates pieces COTTON BAGGING
ON calculated be fresh, as they 'were purchased immediately on the
for carrying ona Tanyard and out buildings otlacued Ucks SALT
from andc HIRTY days after date I shall Liverpool ground ,
: annan and ariival of the prcket Liverpool onscquentJy
Currying bUiiness wilL meet ALSO. vholsale Merchants at or flea
Hon. the of the Superior court he offers at to .
hand. He has in his Judge
PY'flCriLand tibera the A scl1a river containing about 480"' hot injured by lying on employment .
'ho. we'get' will be given, 1 A tract on (
Cite of workmen -and he will make dle Diatiict'ofFlorldll, for Leon county, : r.k prices.
a liberal the best
for of first and being Yerf1eyeJ.! up
price quality
100 COrdS of red oak. acres, mostly purchased as usual.
sell the real estate of ilargcret E.
'tred At or near this JOHN CORDES PRIOLEAU. work in the best manner and at the shorten notice.- -
plac; ror terms apply .- TDRBUTTR.BETTON'.
said J. S.
T thssee GEO. FISHER. Or in his absence to tDR. SAML.LAKQLEY.. All orders from the country punctually attended to. March county.6'1836305w' Met.T ee, Oct 1, 1835. 8tfI
Feb. 2161 1835 15-tt
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.. 'w''i--! r..... ---- =.-I -_-----.--------s----- __ -------------I to take from any 'land convenient to said rail road, at all. times" pay an amount upon his or her stock respectively, equal to five Foep..tmu I/l'i e ta# _

t' b '. :: Luxvs < i* \\\\c\\ .TiMTilo'iy of jflorula of 1::3G. ." 1 such timber, stone, or other millennia, as may necds8arfforthe | per;cent.;' b '.feiav have' it at his or her option, ,to forfeit the same I"1..IQII.A.1BJ.QT01r
__.. of the third scctfon V113 '
L toUbe i//or bo subject to provisions On
--- ----- ------- I construction of and keeping in repair saidrailroadTKrbidid ; : | (i. com|' the subject or the
,f : ('!.\. 71. [No. L\.] 'An Act to incorporate tlc Si: Augustine and that nothing belonging to individuals.baRtie. taken ..withoutadequate j 'of this atil.Passed.'Fiibruary. lo.day restoi" had Forti6C3tic Bit
{ ': .': Pirolata Hail Road Company.Uc I floor uf the po io
.: be determined in the manner herein Sth, 1836.Approved Senate I trom
} : ;it enacted by the (tovernor and Legislative Council! of theTerritory after compensation, to 13th February, 1836. ter three, when, wi .hou conduit *?&

.t : ,\ z of j Florida, That a company be hereby incorporated provided. induced lo. YIeld, or an & I*
..o'1 fiy the name and style of the "St. Augustine end Picolata Hail I S. c. 8. Be it further enacted, That whenever it shall become was '>U81Dess of rID EXtculiYe 1OtlmitioD! umat t

ii. Uond Company,"'' and by that name; all who shall become sub- necessary for the said company to take possession of and, appropriate which required the immediate ra

1 l I, fcvribcrs ;and member of said: : their heirs, successors, ( or use any land, timber, stone, or other materials, owned of the benate. But t ie desIgn ,2?"'
company Charter the Life Insurance of
( the
An Act alter
j individuals for tbe route of said CHAP. 949. [No. XLVIH.] to the Executive 4
by private husiV.ess.
slnll %he : : in law tc receive retain J
i ". or assigns, : ) capable; > purchase, Jk and Trust Company. thWarted
,: ': r.iul enjoy, I to them and their heirs, successors B or assigns, so far k road, or for construciini or keening in repair the same or any Be it enacted the Governor and Legislative Council of the Benton who jurnpe I on the, **
and if the do not on the 'ult.1c.ofsuch by some reply to Mr. Preuton andZ V *
;part thereof parties agree ?
: .: nn the jaio he for canying on said work lands ; for the said Com
; i ; :: mny ncressaiy taken Territory of Florida, That it shall be lawful much time that the Senate adwS1
laud, stone, or materials, as may [be so or appropriated *
ill f\: and tenementgcccjs, chattels, effects of what kind soever ; and to the of tho next instalment required by as he closed. Mr. Pe'ston .
and directors of pany postpone payment IJQa
I1 it shall awl be lawful for the president '
,. i i i -.rr f the same to grant, s.H, moitjjage, and dispose of; to sue and he said may ten notice their Charter, to any period not exceeding one year beyond the the origin of the 8j stem of for rnarked mfiet IIJIDa
1; f : rued, to plead and l be impleacled, to make a common seal, ar.d I[ company, or their proper agent, on giving day's period lizdUby, the terms of said Charier. charged Mr. Ben on with -

J: Pi'i :' ;it pi ensure to brenk! or ;dIr the S:1l11e-to ordain, establish) andi. at least, ill writing, to the paity owning the same, or to his, her, Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the said Company may, the name of Mr. Calhoun.whenK01through ffi

till ; ]JUt in ixc at tiMe, change
dumnwn which -hall bo any the
Comt for a writ of ad quod i system. In tin *
ed anti lor the of suid) reign of Tiberii
i. !14J; ucccssajy ( optII'lIt government corpora- this ,
iTt 2. lion, not( hcinu contUJiy to the Constitution or laws of the United I grafted a lid directed i t to I tins s-henli'to summon five di-inu-ie.-led( lice to any place within Territory. Mr. Preston,) a Ronan lady allied 7 ([(**
y person*, householders 01! lawin'l I H:." I" meet and valun said properly i Passed, February 10th, 1S36.Approvcd tus,died, and was buried with !B **
jf: plates, or the laws of iins; Terril'jry.Sec. ( 12th 1836. I honors. | ru
February, In the "
'. on oath administered: by juMieo of the peace, whose I precession were
L t 2. He it fuithi r enacted, That the capital stock of said I statutes all the h carried tfcor
p i duty it shah !u' I to attend ii: said impieM I, and receive thoirreport nefactors and
\ '.: rOtul'illlYbaii! not amount to more than fifty thousand dollars, poison 1 Rnme. But them >
among the
.\ 10 Le d\uhd ir.to: shaves: of fifty dollars each ; books of subfiCiij I ; the amount thus fixed upon by salll'alullioll, the said m Brutus and Cassius were not !*<
officer shall receive 11 out the said president; : and directors: or their Cn\i. No. Act to authorize the County Court of did not think it en o
: 1. ): Uon for which: I'ohtIlI1': opened ithin three months after I 050.) [ XI.IX.11 all ilishonoraWe: t'0 {
i' '.. "tiie! passage of this art, at St. AnguMine, under the suneritenjlence proper agent: and I pay I ll 1i:; si m: ur to t the pcison 01 PI.TMKHentitled : : .1: rk'titm county, to levy a Tax for\ the building a Jail, and for other league, that he was not paradtd !_??! *
'. '' to receive it, ai.d lo lake an acqnilt.il or icfusal cf[ the J O'entlcman from l\lusourr
of Uah.u'l: \V. Pciji.sl: :: Alltonioh'ue7., Pedro Barrt, i purposes.Be among rht
I. ''"": i.lus: : II. Joiild, and ,h':1II1.: 1. Hanson ; any two of whom shall I same ; on this tender of th; sum awarded to the party entitledto it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Couuci of the g0 nefacLOrs to tbc I4J'stem. On the IiItal'

,:: f ie compel: !'nMo icceixe iho siici iption. Tho books shall lie1' I receive it, or to IIH, or her, or their! ;ancnt or attorneys, it shall I Territory of t Florida, That the* County Court of, county, he friend regarded it as tendering his COatn ,

; :.", ; kept open fur sixty i III\;, and if at the close of the said sixty days I be lawful for said company: or tlirir'! : president: and (directors or Ibe, and is hereny authorized, for the purpose of building a good omitted i the in more this fune.-al distinguished, that \ ,

; .. -1'; it shall] appear lhat a rater number of shares: than' one thou- I their agent, to enter upon and ske; juse.ssio1m of and use my .substantial: and safe Jail in said county. and for pulling the requisite .'I reign ofTiberius. [it ProCeggioovldertk

dl t ';:nd'it..!! have 111'<'11 -.j.'vcribcd: for, then a\id in that case, the I 1 such land I ( timber, stone, r. .J 1 other materials! ; but all 1 the expenses .!( repairs on the Court-House thereof to levy and assess that after he had flied, the nntto :

S .: .' ,, xccs.s shall be deducted fiom the largest subscriptions in such I and costs incurred by tile writ of nd quod !//tfji/w, -hall I i such tax on al taxable property}., ; in its discretion it may deem he had spmug the arch of key the stone,tr.
be paid by the president and directors' of said : I Provided j expedient i Senator from system; I
4 /Manner thai no (!..dl1CIIClIlhllll! he made from subscriptions of I company I proper. Missoiri hould! haft
:" : one Lundicd shares: 01 under, while such excess may be deducted I I the appraisers shall I nut be) all.nvid more I than: one dollar 1|I Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the same fJfcerho another statue upon it. Mr. PrestcDex pQai

.'::' from tho.-(! sui.t rilt) jous exceeding 0110) ) hundred shares ; and each per day s\ IlIlcen; r ;aged in suchduiie.Pioided: that if any I i i may be collector of thE Territorial taxes, at the as- ed his entire willingness to vote for

::;: 11 nftci wards ihero slunilil .still be an excess, it :hduc\ deducted person or [persons shall pnrrlriso: or appropriate; any of the public i i I sessment of the aforesaid tax, shall be qualified and i is herebytMiipo.vered fence.prialions for every f u' essay bjeet tp\or

1"; ; irom all such subscrijitmns in a rateable proportion. But the lands over which the rail road -hall ji:is-, alter the sam:*: shall! i to colec said tax under the said lutes and regulations tic States He had did all note the ard il tflu ,

iI"-c, ',lJ: A Qf' .-jid 1 diicclors sijalj 1 hau; the right 1 to proceed to carry into i-fiect ;have m: been surveyed and located, then! ai.d in t that: case time si'idcompany i as said Territorial taxes are now collected. them, and he was weight of tajatL \
rtady to
V.. ,J the 3)rii&zu1Ls) of this cii.iiter, as soon as sixty thousand dollars} : shall not be requited to nuke compensation: for any of i Sec. :3. Be it further enacted, That this: act :5h:1 be in force pmpnation; which vould benefit give ;? aD} I
I the said lands or limber, -lone, or (il!her umat.t'.., wl.ich might fiom after it the W.
-iid,1,1 :liall! have been subscribed! )( : And at the lime of subscribing, one ,; mil passage. Still he could not hdp
/'.;4 4er cent s!, ill be paid: in on each share subscribed for, and the be necessary lo take from:l the same; for lie use oil :, to b
':..::; tifciducal the uisnefion of the president and directors : 1ro \ 1f 1- Sec. U. l>e it further enacted, That all the ;property asses -I'I 12th February, 1836. To them, the public lands are a eo .

f .1 f' kd that mt instalmei.t hall be requned after that paid al the 'J !V + : I nv, or I their -igreeabSy to the pw\'i-.iJas I; of tiiis! act ."r ."' plaints on the score I
. : .:. iime ot 8ticribiii;, nniesihiiiy. I days J notice thereof I I bn givenin : agents -- the ftaxation.fhoboup
and all I I donations: made ID and for the same shall forcvor alter public lands in est? Who
: St. and
a public at not
j "ri k w\\.pljH.'r; punted: Angu-lint more I their It
I.., :' waids: belong to and become the nropetly of said : their CHAP. 951. [No. i..] An Act to amend "An Act. regulating the modeofswnij capital there? Who drained tbcr :
.: ban ttL43i, : per Ct 11111'11 be icquirrd at any one linn1 on the whole ( company fers, their populatior
1 out Writs of Error and J Prosecuting the Territory their
heh, sicce.--ors, or as.si rj-, in Jtc simple, in )*. Loon to the Appeals H
.uaotinl: Miiisriibftj for ; but said company shall hive: : the pnvi-' j j opoi ol I Florida sess the wild lands tf the We
1 I passed: February Sib, 1S32.Bo Not
1) 1 f. legc ni o.t;'iitiip!; th% suh-cnplion foi stork fiom time to lime, shares owned rcsj octively.Sec. l; it enactfd h Gcvornor and Legislative Council of the inhabitIRtsurthe %'Test but the : rJt.
: Lr 10. lie; it further enacti-d: Tint: slockhoh'crs': of said yond the
:5 so as nut lo e.vici! Ino hundred! Ihoiinand dollars, it'a greater j any Territory of Florida, That no Appeal or Writ of Error, shall mountain-The ChelSt 1n4
iniVihuu huu.ircd company, may and shall ha\e the ri:it lo dispose of-uid trans-; Choctaw lands, \Verl not
tliMiisand hlihlal
I ,I..t..l :Mti one ( ; s shculd be lIen'-::II) hereafter be to the \ in suit, unless purchased by ft,
, ; .1' :; lo the 'i111'Ji.n],! of uiu ro.ul, undei thcsame! mica and rognla-t I ler iiIwl', Plintiff pay \hich may around them.
: J';, ItUtusJatl'nb''JI! r"Siiiud.See. : I any other person) $ peisons, or colorations' ; :; : vhich said\ ir.insfrrlull : The Sou'ih Wefera
;md about said suit t-o the when said Writ States
11) time i Appeal or of Mississippi id
[ a
:t..:. ;;. He i it fui.lx-r ('t dte(1That if .s'ocKholler .shallf i not be binding unless c1 ttncll'lI tIm" boks of the comp.i- Alabama.weresettfcl
any Error is and also into with by I he population from
I : prayed ; enter bOld one or more se- the South
: 4J1] II) ; but the stock of said : and all th: m I belongjing ifofc
I. lo pay lh may South
.p:: .tlircc1or'lt i J otns tnoMh: after the saine shall ha\ c been advertised I thereto, or i which may, fr*:n limto; tiiije, be acquired h ) said j crtii in I the prosecution) of *,iid Appeal or Writ of Error, condi- Carolina and Georgii, and theseStainwere
;. as of ln'sai41, il >!ml! :and may be I.nvfnl for the :aid pre- i,: company' shall bo held jointly j : aid nut sl'l.itrakl.| I : Pumded i the thus burdened, tax dand presseddu
to same, if the judgment sentence, or decree of io
pay ,
: : tit'
:.: ..' aucliun md to cu\') to the niuchascr! : the hare or shares of pi event the members ol s.isd: coinpanj: I from using the proiitanddidciidj : I Fcbrii-rv 9th 183G. \ eSlV He re?Jrc1e( the present bill as oie'ifilie

such d< !iinu/it it; si-'u-Kiiohler! or stockholders: pimng ten days) !; that may be d,.-:hired up.,n said .t id!: to his or their' :: ( limbs of a giar t, which was only tofe

j :: |ireiuus notice: (>f the :!..ue and j.ioo! of sale in manner aforeKaiti i j individual! pin) pu.es.CC. Approved, 12th February, 1836. presented limb to the Sei'ate in detached parti.
', :'i'' ; and iiikr jol.uuing the sum due and all charges of sale, II I 11.1 He it furth-T cn.irtcd: : Tlt t the j prcsieIc.nt> amid l direc- a another, while this the can em.mittee tire frame, and of a limbfroa

.. : act (If the JHX c. d]< ihtucol', to pay the nrJ'h s over to the fOlmr I tor03 of said company' :-1:11111.1\: right! demand: : and receive SOS was to be kept o: I U of sight, and the oil*

t r ',> crown, or \his '< j-il: t leprcsenlative ; ar.d! if the said sale should !'', sncli pricv.and): : ; smns for) I the tran-portiitiiiij by tin:ir uvmiC.r1lgCS means : Cmr. 95..L [No. ru.] An Act to repeal An Act to establish, a ferry I II single limb was to b< sh1ewnatoeeasi only i iuscollected. a

I.r t 4i<*l J produce il--' .' .J required to be advanced, with the incidental an.l! onaid rail read. passengers, proJnre, jjoods., j over the \VakuIla river at bt. Marks," and for other purposes.U .-Mr. Bent in rose, and said am mother

h.* ::, : charges! attt'i;.!;: $ lliu sale, then the t-aid piesideut and direcicrs and all oilier articles whil- oover, a may I be from: time to 'ill)', things, that although the Sena tor Iron

'1 1I I.*.. '; juny Hvti lie ic>iduc of ihe original proprietor, or hid or authorised by the by-laws of said: president and directors f for iir.itEis, I has been rcprtseltet to this LegUlalive Coun- South Carolina had: : lludej t It> Gt .Jar SCJa

..J"her ar !jncc, or th e.\r ntor or athninisliator! or either of them, II said company : Provided, that such pric.cs and sums shalL; not I icil, by the petition of sundry respectable citizens of the Shell- as Tiberius, that die not make him Tiberib

-, \:.f- l.y inoUoji tin ten ed without at least sixty days previous Point eltlement, that Ambrose Crane, who was, by an act of and that if the President could assume a

.t. tlumtiif that couiny of which he i is mi inhabitant, or, where: the j I notice being given in a pnlihc; print in St. Augustine, and the said the Legislative Council., passed January 14, 1833, vested with conferred many shapes on as him wou d suit Senators the many nanw
ly he would
.:. stuwnnU due does] not < H'4 t..d filly dollars, by warrant before! a I j i company; shall continue to iccuivc such prices and sums for time the ri ht all privilege of establishing a ferry on said River I i have to undergo frequent metamorphose,
j justice of ihe .eace of hitch count ; and any purcim ser of stockuiiikr ,j Iransporrition; of passengers produce' ifoods, and all other ar- i \\ akuil:,. and charged with keeping the same in repair ; has not : Mr. Preston significmily replied, (bat 1st

k : t.' such.it! %, f.J:11\ \ ; he 1 Mihjccl to the same lulcs and regula- tiels whatsoever as may !le prescribed by the by-laws of -aid !' arccmling to the tenor of said petition, I kept the same in repair, I hoped the President vould not be cone&tlto

f.j.; lliiis us the o.iii..l; i( j)iOj'iiel >rs..Sec. I company: so long as the said rail road is kept in operation : nor paid .such attention to the conveyance of passengers, as was adapt himself to i very appellation gfvra

t I' :. 4. IS.j il further cuacled, That for the management of Provided, the said company become responsible for any dama-: eujoilec upon him by the terms of his charter : Now, therefore, him by the Senators, and that all/ the names

\f: : ibe concerns oi ihit t-:1 id company, the said Cabiiol. Perpal.Aiiloiiio I gcs, said passengers, produce, goods, and articles of whatsoever >e i enacted by the Governor and Legislative Goufci of the which had been give i him. would not stIck

:, :. Alvj;'. ;;', P letter. Mr.
Bcntoa said le
i \. .b :), shah lx- and] cot.tmue directors, until twenty days after ; road ; and all produce, goads, and articles, whatsoever 1 kind, /j 1:1 a ferry over tho Wakulla river at St. Marks, be, and the would not permit 1m temper to be disturbed

: T. '; ide subscriptions; ha\ 0 "t ('CII 4-Ji'sed: ; that when said: stock shall : transported or conveyed oaid; rail road, shall be liable (foi said I same i is hcrchv repealed. by thi3, which was the: second allusion inaJe

j .:, Jiavc 1)Cii! U.rtriiJl.J l frol' the! books closed, notice shall byjiUvnibit I j transportation; which they may he chargeable and nny be Sec. 2. Be it furthei enacted, That Nathaniel. Walker in the Senate to that letter, but he hoped the

I ,:. ': j tv.enly .ij. ihcreaflcr, ati election shall be held at (Itfl iucd until t the(: snme hcrud| : and di-clnrgcd ; and if the i-amc be, and he is hereby vested: with the right and privilege of establishing Sepator from South Carolina would aJJ one

'. :: :;i. A >u.-3ino: lor seven diivciors, who11! :11 L., clu-ell Ii 11/11 the be not paid, and such goo.ls, n.-odu-e( and articles, remain: in r a ferry ; and charged with the duty of keeping the thing to it, when he next reported it, and

'.,' -. dodd11. l' .j Irui.jg: :u least two ?,liaics each of the otO(1of said |pOfSIoilJlI of the rompau/! for t Ibl! ; spiCe: of Iwcntv clays, they sale in repair, across the Wakulla river, at St. Marks, in Leon that he had'since vu.ed: for Gen.Jacbol2 U

t company ; one ol wh:..is iiin.ctuii >!ball be elected for president ( shall be sold nl I public: act I on ; and: alter t tlur exprn-cs of I trans- county ; and the said. Nathaniel. Walker shall possess the President, and supp rted his Administration
,i '.:\ l;y the said dircot,us ; li.ut! : -;'id directors: shall he cl :-ctcd !br the pottntio j, sioragiand nncijon rommis.iimshall: be paid, the I right of keeping said ferry lor the term of six years Provi- had without not been asking influenced office:or reward by secret an thai bargain -

l 1. riod of fUt } '.-. r, ilut tv/t-hly days: previous' to the iniiiaiui! | remainder: shall be paid.to ?n.-Ii person, [person.--, or corjc,: a I ion, II ded the said Xnllmniel. Walker shall keep said! ferry in good or intrigue. H .*re the debate any terminated

.' -I **\hicli puijf, iutiiu :,\.1..11 he given by the president i in a pub) .. or their agents, who shall be entitled to receive the Manic : Provided order and: repair for the safe cro:sin-j all persons, and such for the day.

lic uc ">]1":1'1'r: |utntil ci at ;'Si. Augustine, f fur u new election of u ;: ih.u I uhon the (toils vpon i aid road; I -bal!I ha\'l fI'aid; to vehicles as tru'c the road to the same. --

S !j'\c iiumocr (,,1 f .ihrectMj, \, th the frnnc ijiulilications, who shall i;,' the stockholders) the full jMio'int of its costs, to:'ctlp-r with all Sec. 3. it further enacted, That it shall not he lawful for "THE VOLCNTEE'J G.utrTt.-Our pliant !-

: -tIiiioc from thfir Mimli.! ra jnosident; and! in like manner, thereaiUtf I j: expenses! I thereof I then I it .-JtIIH I t the duly i of t -Id; coinp.iny: : to ; any other person to establish or keep a ferry on the Wakulla Volunteers, at :lit.; Augustine, seem to

k .: n.lIlylJ.jl;i ,3irxci; ; ; rand piesidentolaid( company be'gkvlcd ';: average I lIlt lolls! 1 that not Il.'>n: 1 ii.:u tw.mty per ('CII'.tlll I mm (per an river within two miles of St. Marks, except it be for his own be in high spirits, ard adopting arousing nave ex-
pepients They
to: : J' low 1 t.jan.caifiit of iis concerns:' ; hit: each share I I!I|. liii: Iii, s'i.iIi profits, .hail: : be i r.: ccivcd: ppo.-i' the whole! amount of : use, and not for the purpose of gathering toll. started a"pour humorous pasatrle weekly Gazette. with

t'" shall! be (m jh'd: ta;
L't. .. 111C 1odhjIl'Ii: u: said cumjuny( : ; any -lockbolder may autho-:I 1, (toll .so <. (tahli-.lcd shall exceed: twenty percent; r.s aforeaid, '' Ualkcr shal be, and he is hereby authorized to charge and receive r.f..1\1 Cohen, and fill; of all! kinds of jokes,

t' TiKcsin ngt'n"i,, vo':{- l;Ir him ; ill all cltsclioiw by the company, a then the surpljs dull) be |plid into I ihe! 1rritoriaTrl'ISII:1Y\ ; \ following rates of toll at said ferry, VIZFor the puns and witticisms, good, bad and indiffer
.. Jjjoi.l3| : of vuiotj\ ,\\ Sec. 12.: Be it further I of foot ent. "Jlppetibtu sed "ittll li,"is the
I ('J11StiIUt( a vhoictand) the pcison or I riMctejI.Tint. : : the said rail I road company crossing every person, six and one-fourth cents : Man non par

; ,. |)iT: ons >u t !cdcd: J, Miull iJill,1 iheir: ollices until their successors shall at ail I limes han the cxclusivu right of tri:1sp: rtimig I and horse, twelve and a half cents : Jersey-wagon, cart or gig, classic motto of the Ittlejournal. \Vele3T1
from It of information,
;t ... :iro: : nppoililcd l ; Inn: in the event no cloctionhull take place, or of conveying: persons, :oods, produce, and ailides m of any I twenty-five cents : Four wheel pleasure wagon or wagon, fifty that a Debating, among other Clu ) items has been established

owing to ihu far-t that no person or persons having a majority: of,: description on aid rail road, (to be by I them constructed! while 1 -cuts. And if any person charged with the keeping of said in the Garrison, and that one of the questions

r.- "DCS lu-a-in aUvc provided, or from any other cause, the :I they may see /tit to exercise such exclusive right : PJ'Hilc, II.j, ferry shal charge and receive more than the rates of toll allowed for discussion' as-"ls it constitutional

:: company t-h-ll in.t l.o cOJ; ideied dissolved ; but the old directors I that when the! illCll'flull'IIIJ1J: : .'(! lit, they may rent or farm: [by ; act, ho shall be subject to be fined in any sum not exceeding to compel a man to rolunteer?"

-d shall continue jim oli'iu-c \\ jth the saute powers as if they had [been out any or ;all (If such exclusive privilege, to any pc-rsi.n, or per. five dollars, at the discretion of any Justice of the Charleston Cot er..

4.. .l% le-clccled, until :udi new election shall be made ; and the dileclurs )011:5,01' c"i porat iOfl, fur such i i Icr-j as may: be agreed upon, sub. Peace in Leon county, before whom satisfactory evidence. of the -_-_-

..;. fciuli; iuv jiowcr to fill any vacancies that may occur in ject to the same respoiifcibihties, !for which! I the COIJ'P'IlIY'; heiem f fact may be made. [BY AU'J HORITJT.J[

t.iur: hoJy huwt ,1 the periods( of election.Sec. : I hcfure-nientionod, shall stdl t l be held bound: for damages to individuals Passed, February llth, 1836.Approved --

5. Ue it lunhcr enacted, That the said company shall i : or corporations, which may accrue, by reason of any of 12th February, 1836. Laws of the Uiiiled1taJespassecIal: the! few%

11.1a. .! right, to e"llIStnct, : a rail road, with one or more tracks, i the provisions of this .\ct. ty-fourth Gong est--jlrst Sellit.
1ji jMiUtii: oi H ee. I la.: Be it --
ji.t.-songeis produce, goods, and 4.111utiJ'r j enacted, That: if any (person shall in-I I .
qiticliM wh .1-oevei, from h>i. Augustine to the St. John's !; trude upon suid rail road, or any part thereof, or upon) tho rights I '. [Public Ne 4.]
4 mcr ; -aid rouu: lo cominuncu) at or near, or within the City 01' .,'or pri\'i(' res connected therewith, without the permission; or ,1 I I i CHAP. 9j 1 [No. LIII.] An Act for the relief of the Militia! :and: VaImimiteers An ACT authonzinr: a special term of ifc.

; f-a.4 :1. Auv.itne;: ,! : :!.J to terminate at L'icolata, or near thereto, ut contrary to 1 the will of ad; : ci.nijiany! : : all the vehicles, articled, I during the of present Honda Indian called War.into the service of the United Stales Court of Appeals for the Territory ol

inch po'wt- as liMY he determined upon and directed by saidcom- ;j anilllaor I I loco i iBit I vu power L thai may: be s:} i intrusively mtroduj Be :Florida and for ci ser purposes.Be .
]1'any, amid irum the place of commencement to the termination j! ced and used thereon, may: h.stiz". ..d by the or its it en icted by thu Governor and Legislative Council of the it enacted by the Senate and House

*>f j>aid .ron!, ; ud!: course! may be pursued for said road, as suidioninan j agents, or iccovercd by suit ItIo1All" Ilium cover company, the Territory of Florida That it shall not be lawful for the Clerk ofany of Representatives of the United St"t<*
: hail: clir 'd. personor I Court t, or for any Justice of the Peace or or chiefofcer America in Con assembled That
; I purscms so offending, sh.ill be liable to be indicted for a miscerr.eanor Mayor any };ress
: Sec (G. ]:Jc it fuiiher enacted, That the said company, by) its ;, and upon) CoIl vit: iuti, fined and imprisoned any city within thi; Territory, to any attachment, a special term of the coun appeals, for the
president! dii lenco ol the by sen- executive, or other civil process against the goods and.chattels I Territory Florida shall be boldefl! at Tallahassee .
ilUcJ j CIIlr. shall have power to purchase with the .j Superior, Court I of the district in which! the oil nee lands of sm"
.,. 'V. !tiiids of the : amid to Ill:) .;o commitied and i i if or tenements, or to institute any civil suit against any ofthe the seat of Government
company, place on the said rail rojd all I
muclmjCf i I ; ; any person Ahill: I I :artfully I :and Imdu'lI I Militia or Volunteers of Florida, while in actual service Territory, on the Sr t l\1on'ay! in NaYl1eXj
tt\ !, wagonseifle! .<, carriages and teams, of any du.sciip- i I,jou.y I destroy t or i in any inatunT: hint z t, damage: : or u.jure, or obstruct during the present Indian and aU appeals writs of error, ID ,
lion wiiutMj-jcr winch! : they may deem tUlll1ccessar for ,: : or shall :artfully or mii.-iuuo! and counselor suits returnable to the laSt
proper ) : cause as>it, Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That dependinO' or
'f, the! purposes of tran>p() itaii-jii, nil mch machines, uagons, velnc.es advise any) other! per--- or persons to destroy, or in, any way I tions, and other civil all attachments, execu- January term, shall >e heard and deCiL3tthe

r i. "'. carriages and learns, and all the works con lructed Ut1 .- lo hurt d.iniige, injure or obstruct said rail Toad, or any purl Marshal SherifT Constable process now issued, and in the -bands ofany special term here appointed,in the the e

1 r'i) tier tnc, aulhniiiy of this act, and all profits wliir-h shall accrue f Ilh ret!!, or any eclifin'l'liclc, right or privilege' granted by this such Militiaman, Volunteer shall, or other officer, arttmst any manner as they might have been, uDder bad bee!

c' ;; irom tne .-amehall he xcsled m the respective stockholders act, and constructed for use under the authority thereof, Itch or be stayed and suspendedwhile existing laws ihe-January term
such Militiaman or Volunteer is, and remains in actual "ic-lden according to aw.
\o- and tlje'cmip.my .Ib-cver: ill pr(*portion, to their reapcclivo bhaies, !prison or person* so ollVrdrng, shall; bo liable to be indicted, service as aforesaid but no longer ; nor shall lien Sec. 2. Be it hint er enacted, Tbat'9
: the
sar.je lti.lllJl'Illpt; fiom .KU] on conviction thereof, shall! be than six any previously to attend.
any public charge 01 tax j not more obtained the of by the death sickness, or inability,
i. wliateycr ; and they ale hereby authorised, ut those points in the I nor I less than one month, and pay a fine not exceeding five !hundred removed,upon or suspended property, by reason uny of his or defendant in be lost, of any of the judges, or for any other C3U

J line uf their rail load, where it may appear to them impoitant dollars! nor less than, twenty-five: dollars, at the discretion the stay of herein being service, and the regular terms oft aid courtshallnot I Wj1"den
f for the accom-nodation and of the process as provided ; nor aha!! this act be it shall and) be lawful for the Juda
hu>iness of the road, to C5labli.li court, .before which such conviction shall: be had, and the ma;
to service
I depots and waichouscs, lo be shall he further construE prevent of any subpoena far witness. hereof to appoint special term.
used liable
them all
. by for all to of thu
repairing '
necessary pay expenses same. Sec. 3. Be it further That I t.
enacted That all issued Sec. s. Be it furl enacted
I put poses (if said road, or to be The process in vio- icr
of one! half of all the fines that
disposed by them when it be imposed the (
by t
may OUI
may lation of the first section
: bo deemed of this act, shall be void as shall the county Franklin i ii the 'rt'rritoryofFb1
necr.S"IIrmu to charge for the of under this act, shall l he paid to ihe infonnci and the other half t
storage produce, service and execution thereof; and all da, shall be added tc, and a
: merchandize, and other articles, at such warehoused to the use of the proceedings contrary to Territory, '
as they Territory.Sec. the second section of this act, shall also be void and middle! judicial district of said a'd
may find it necessary lo construct, rates not exceeding thu ordi. 14. Be it further enacted, That the president and directors Clerk, Justice of the Peace ; any i ii shall be the.duty )f the judge of saw
Mayor, other
or chief
officer ofany
Omary waiehousc clues.Sec. he die district hold terms w.
required to make a full report to the stockholders of said within this to t vo regular
7. Be it fuithcr enacted That city Territory or Marshal, superior court at tb sown of Appa c "
in constructing the eaiM company, at their yearly meeting fur the election directors on or other officer who shall Serf Ctnst.able :
, rail road, it shall and may be lawful for tho said the state of the willfully and violate i the commencing on the second Mondays 0
its and its The
by corporation concerns.
president i and director its company presidentand provisions of this act, by instituting any suit, or by or pnl and November nd special t11?II JD2.
directors ,
shall issuing
or h1'
( have
proper agents or servants, to power to call a general meeting of the serving executing be busi aDd not iol"
; proceeding with to required by less,
enter upon and lake possession of any land whatsoever, which sto'lholdersVh.encver' the affairs of the company, in their estimation the provisions of this act, shall be subject any pracesaco indictment rny before, with the business aid court in other -;*
1 may he necessary for the completion of the work may render it expedient to call such The ,
contemplated a meeting. the lies.
Superior! Court, and to fine conviction
on not
hytimis act : l'iovided that land shall he taken! directors shall have exceeding enacted That t t
no fronVprivale power to fill any vacancies that occur five hundred Sec. 4. Be it furtb.tr: ,
may and
; : individuals or and in their and it doUajfe to suit, and. double' damages ,to ,'tl e shall be of ih* >lholden
corporations, appropriated to the..purposes body, shall be their duty to fill such vacancies l *Vr only one ter n lupers
part injured. :t. : / :
S aforesaid, without whenever for the count'of & .
compensation to ttioo.p1vni9g.the.buweapd may occur. .
; Passed 9tb/1836
: that it shall and may be lawful for bald company in like manner Sec. 15. Be it further'enacted, That should any stockholder *' .February!ff !?Approved-12th:: f:. milton, in eirhyeai.
?, Februaiyvl836."J 4 4iip $t J.A.l .
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custom left one of then* dead on the ground after ;
having dragged him tome distance. hare you that tbe East Florida Rail Road company, before heard of uch a bill a well a another of similar -: NOTICE. ;..
; Their cum accepted the approval of their : '
Congress ex-
: proposing the thin in Jack-
FJAOI1IDIilN ber was estimated at about fifteen hundred war. ecuuon of lite great work they have anderuken upon I ion which purport wa annulled by an almost same unanimous; vote tITS arc depending: i il the Superior Com t of the. \
. I !
terms so much CayonblC p'J Middle pisirirt of Florida for the adjus.ment oi'
more 0 the and.
Territory Congress. In the St. of the 30th I tf
UaAU1AQQBIBUltVAY riors.The people or Florida Joseph's paper the partnership{ trarsactionsofthc l lt te firms >f L. :. .
BiU thnth cfiarter authorized that Iamn3vd13p January the arrival of < >
the member of the Council I
the g A l\lA El19. enemy' hrvnig crossed the river another ,, to give them every support and fa. ; \. announced, "08 tlw 18th inst. before the commencement -: 31. AArm. ead ,nnd L. & M. A. Armistcai & Co. /
express was sent to Fort Drane cility Wlln the and also suits against said firms. Marcus A, Anml
ar. with intelligence power Congrew for its successful of the sale Town lots bringing with him
.. several -
I Icr.lrd termination. stead it bv a deed on file in the 'Jler :'s office _
My desire appears f
for the I
of the fact waa the benefit of
and suggesting a of the Legislative Council a few
existing corresponding movement act passed days Gadsden has
vaae the rivalry whole Territory that the road should run from Jack- he leA in relation that Bounty "made over" all his c;UUe in
to which
lcrsnrtS." and S t. Joseph I asfnihe ; also, requesting a supply of provisions.On .- jwmlle to Tallahassee, and from thence to the Appalacnicola. are, an Act changing the place,and among An Florida, including the l partnership propertj lo hu. j

'. tons; interests. All arhaUcr the 2d, 3d, 4th, and 5th of March, the enemy It is very evident that two rail roads cannot incorporate the of Joseph.county Srt act to daughter, Mrs. Jones, of V Irgmi. The S'jhscrilnn- 1
C' ; 10 private be made fiom the city deems proper to notify the public, that so tt -as sid ,
'1III1C1' kept firing at intervals, .and waters the Atlantic to those It appears from the above that the I
inserted 1 in our our sharp-shooters was .
county sat deed effect the affairs and suit .
Ola hereafter of the Gulf ofMexico. The may partnership
either t charter to the Jacksonville removed, the Q. States Courts directed to be Mil
( were employed in picking them off its ill be contested.
r. considered as adver wherever they rail road it is validity \
ilk :f'S tptC"t will Ix: company very evident would expire and a city incorporated, before the "commencement YIO ;
G. RA :
> 'ullDS: b\ such. showed themselves. without even a survey. They have been calling on of the sale Town lou." The object of a U. Stales Executor i of Latimus pA Annistead .!
IIOl ,.IIIt'DI'5,an d cb3r.cd :1S In ihc.meantime, the scanty supply of provisions Hercules without putting a shoulder to the wheel by court is to prevent violations of the Revenue laws of March Acting 16 St3.. :)2-sv .
became exhausted and asking of this government a survey. If they had observed the .U. Stte t punish pirates, and other offences .
some three
Oll l COTTON. were days as clearly as I have done the action of thi Government aeamst toe la\v of the U. States, and to entertain Labourer'siVanted.T '

nd 'hrch 1:2lh, 15 to 20. without food. Let it be recorded to the honor of they would have seen that whatever commanding suits upon Revenue bonds, and for other infractions of ut: !<\ Land Company, h:1 ing nrpropriarcil -

l'd Chrlc tn, :. 101h, p to 19 1.2. all, that in this d.strevs and apparent abandonment claims National importance, a public work I. the Revenue Jaws. The removal therefore of these Apcialaclncolrt sum of 9000 dolls, to the improve: .

.",viiuian), .1."111, 15 tojJO.A by those from whom they relief might present in a Tciritory, we should never haveit courts, without a corresponding removal of the menl of the 1'1> n of .\pr :: give immediate i- )

'Ig-or Cusia: J."f, 15 lo .!I I. expected surveyed out of the annual appropriation of$30,000 Poit .r Entry, and its transfer loan incorporatedcity employment to 100 LAOCRLK!, forwitohi l-c: highest -
not heard-not That is '
BI t\'II\ 411I, Hi; tn 21. a murmur was a whisper suggesting considercdaptcnjum of the Executive survey without houses, trade, accommodsi lions-- I price wilt bt :iven in cash.! Apply to Thorn' .*
id *
\ k. a retreat. Although as last from fa objects of public in/cicst in the stales beforead
: t'\\' (11 a resort just would seem to be to operate on that "commence BalUtll Talf.iIiAbsce.Jolm car iii<:!K.it, GacUti :ii cuut.fy .- 1
J. mine; some horses were killed and the flesh distributed election. Whenever the Jacksonville and Tallahassee p.
andJ1ant mentor the sale of lots" "to which or Peter App. Iachicola.!
this veteran the member .ltehci
11! G A. tS.-As among the men. Rail Road cIarter: expired, by the terms of the IS : 32lfADiMllSTKATOU'S
AL charter of the East Florida went down, with him several acts in ilirch
t. Rail Road I "bringing
in they
itI ? ?{ffi err has been supcrccdcd com- On the evening of the 5th, a ptreyV38) requested could mnke their Head from the St. company John's to, the relation to place. NO'IICE.

)r the arrival oi! General Scott at Fort by an Indian, stating that they were tired I mouth of the Suwnnncc, and forever exclude the Territory i If Congress had not already directed by a sub IX muut is after date, I shall present icconnts

e ;nd d bv tint the following particulars of fighting, and would make peace. He was directed or State, from making any other Rail Road for sequent law that the Superior Court should hc'' ,.__,I amid \ -lieis for final settlement and my z pply to

IraDC \\'C trust : to come in the morning with a white flag. n '.housand years to conic, in the whole region from holden :t Apalachicola, they would of course haveantiuhied II the lion. Judge "fthe County court of Leon Jounty,

- : 11 in this Territory, against theii.r.dc The next day, about three hundred Indians made : Stnvannec Appahchicola, including the richest this act, of almost unprecedented legisla fora disoharjja! from Administratorship of"llis c;-

e rbis cnrnpu"' dlirh he has dl5plaJed so much 1 1 their :lppear.'nce; ) among them were Osceola and : part of Florida. Upon u Rail Road/thus constructed, tion. There is in it one feature which is so directly tac of Jaine: Bannister decuucd. ..

Iff ',ollnu1esl 1 sacrifices. I Jumper. A talk ensued, and a desire for peace through l region of country almost barren, there wouldbe in contravention of the organic law, and I March 19.,18.6. 32-60 >, DUPLKY._ f
: nothing to East
not.l so many transport acd \Vest in Plorl aaml
m'nUIU d(0, l'xprc cd. Mating that they hulltst many of their i such a Road all sound principles oflegislation, which jut were i NOTICE.
1 comrolled-by with
ea ee. i\C Ecepiable to o-ir readers.: On t the I ic110fthc I men, nnd request ing a suspension of hostilities, un I powers, granted company In perpetuity, would extraordinary be- not void) on its face would, require the interposition S IX weeks after ilati, \.il apply' to the Ion.the*

\\ ir.tl );:iicMce at New Oilcans, ofmanacle RJicanopy, the head Chief, could be consulted. of not. the sli-lit2st use to the people of Florida. of the paramount legislature. The clause. Judge ot* the County court fit the Ct unlyi" \I., ,

4'I.e.t, of flln/or Dado'sDCT" The parley was here broken off bv the arrival ot The passcngars woul i breakfast on the company's to -vhich I refer is the one providing"that the I GaiUdei ,foi letters of aJministrlion, on the c state i

nd lite General Clinch with five hundred men and supplies boats, on the way from Savannah, and dine on board Judge a-id Clerk of said County and Thomas PatiilT deceased.

'r'e' cll men!' HP made a icmiisition on 1 11I I Ie Gor I) -His advanced guard of mounted men, not the compauy's bi-atsin theGulfof Mexico, on their iff of said county shall afier the next cur term Sle-I' March H IMG.: 3-w__. 2y..\t TElt. :

e'J' (: I.the patriotic -late ol" Louisiana, forjpSlU Knowing :he occaaion) of the Indians being there, way to New Orleans. The people of Florida, for this County court reside at the county seat, or their I'. .\,' VL.#,' 1 1-1j'I j'r :

rnor 01] arid promptly formed a line and charged upon them, cliai/cr, would never get the value of a breakfast or offices become vacated." ThU novel I tenor of STRA'i L.n.orstnUiioii the Stfi :
readiness! proceeded
. (: 1 b(o \held iti 3ud they immediately fled across the[ river- dinner, and might the whole console .themselves! for perpetually office provided for Franklin county, by which r ,; J a t'.uiv I Jay l,;'*e, )r.babyaooiit .t,, l i
locking Middle
'. oncC t to Pensacolu to secure the co-opera- The next 1ay. Gen. Gaines resigned the command r Rail Road up improvements District these fmever from officers whose commissions :n re fora term of years oiiic }"'nrsi'l lL \\10"\:1'.-ut r."rl t flu i hur: 'r. 1
by Cars
: the Navy.On to Gen. Clinch, who, in compliance with they run from St. John's to Suwannee.gazing as arc by this: summary impeachment of Petit "trea- I I L to Jabt-z U Hull: of T.la :\I.: frha',1! : bc uasouablyrewarded. ; ,. r :: !

I'r ,n of Feb. he embarked: at :New Or- orders, marched for Fort Drane. In the evening, This was the principal objection: I had to this charter son, 'for not residing in the "incorporated city," I -'-! -.- --- Jr\1 t 1:11! --l -G i .tl3'.vMiTc 'o.f f- :; j I
tbe 4lh a wlw had been the I without houses and before the : .
. negro sent among enemy, re- and for this 1 feel mysclt constrained; as the representative "commencementof __ .
t. jns, 1 m three steamboats for.Tampa, with0utt.k'tn I tot ned l, and fully confirmed their pacific disposi of the people Florida, to object to (', the sale of lots," to he convicted, condemned, I 1 IX wcoivs: xvtiks after dale, we :bI nprly to thr 1 ,

J hundred men, consisting of eight tion. He found them posted fifteen miles higherup without some important amendments, and especially and dismissed, for living on the unholy ground I lion. the county court i.t Lcr>n c, unty tlr lettoot'admmibiiauon :I !. ( !

et ) and the regular the river scattered over an extent of two miles. without a designation of the point of its termination.I called Murder Point, which belonged! In the fraudulent on the rataic of aatd Jr. Christopher I I
of volunteers troops do not mean that so unreasonable a requisition should late of said county deceased. V !
panics Forbes
: They stated that they had prohibited their young Sf Co., whose acts and APAMVIRICK !

. ,::,,'oned at Baton\ Rouge, and the) posts in that men from acts of hostility-That they had fecn ever the road be mcdeas should terminate.to point out It the is particularspot evident that where the artifices seemed to them the unanimous decision March 12. :33-Ow: ANK CHUlS'Il PUCK.NOTICE. !

r rt IC rcitv under the wimerifalc command of Col. our men fishing in the river, and had not fired on picatcr distance the rail road traverses very the country, of'the Supren.e Court of the United States. There V .I. i

t arrived at Tampa on the 9th, and on on them. thiegi-eatcrnumberofpeoplc crebcncfitled by it. My has been one act similar in principle to the above IX weeks after uatc, I shall apply to tin lion. tfircounty ;

:\rigg It must be observed, that no terms have yet first object therefore was to :nduce this company to and that was the 21st section of a certain judiciary S( court of Leon ccuiiiy, fur ItlUrsof admit r 1

.f 13th, look the\ field] J in the enemies coun- been offered thim, and ii is known, through the run their road from St John's to Tallahassee, and act, which declared the judgement of the I istralion on the etutt of Jacob lloigi-r, fat of ta.,. f- t? !.

His maid) was lirVt directed on the Ala- negru, that they are averse to ginaVest. It is I thence to Appalachicolru After some negotiation Court Appeals shoul not be executed againsta county, dectru>ed. Sl'Ll'illiNV.S.CLL..

: I 1' an Eastcily direction, foi the pur-' certain, however, t that heir spirit-is[ brokentheirmea with the agents of the company, they consented to certain officer moneys collected by him. Mar,'h l hh1.>G. U'J GvcJoUOO i : 4

! l a tj'cr1 in of Indians rccel1h'IOSC liS CNIII used, and many of t their warriors slain; take the approval of Coagress to make the road froma This section, a committee of the Senate characterized Ibr I 0 uOitdl'i II :'f 1
rousing a li-dy point (at or near Jacksonville, to the St. Marks ; .
of and it is or as./fogi/toi/s i"j principle.I .
IOSC not probable i that they will further :
attempt; CI1S5 Xo.
falling in with them, further west if they should think proper. This will trust that the clerk and whoevthey Tid.el m the Virgiuit'tate Lottery, r. '
I that urlrr-Ilot reM.siance the (brce I judge, .
in against overwhelming by sherif 2Utmst. Titkc-ts 51US. I It- ;
accommodate the of the Middle Dis-
II largest portion S."lctucost'on \Iomlaylhe __ _
I On the 20ih which, I they aie now surrounded- may be, will disregard the ; itJ is "
he married for Foil King. jrrivcdiit trict of Florida, and the right is renewed to our Legislature tw SCIJOOL.h'1
I General Gaines is attempted to be enforced, apply a mandamu 13O.1JWI\ 4
expected here to-day, and toorganizcsuy other to make a road .
(4 f the of :\ company .
the scene massacre Inj.lIade's to reinstate timemin the exercise of their UllCllAUD has removed her Ac-ulcmy : I.
will he greeted with enthusiasm by our citizens from Picolata to intersect with this road from Appa- legitimate r.

) detachment nnd. had the melancholyi who fully appreciate I the delicate situation lathirola. functions.I I, Your: Ladies to the hoiuc f-irnuily occupc; .

ti fariionol jmtt'i! i1m; tin.; remains: (f those i in which he was placed at I the commencement of The East FlorBa Rail Road company is composed am aware, that in my position, I am obliged} by M.. Blake, where she will be tnabinl!You.i tuaccomui Ldir'-- "
,< much and often to in conflict with the objects date with board a limited ii'imber g
tl.c lie took the of individuals of so capital aespicJabili/y, I come particular '
campaign.' responsibility
I icdeenuig will embrace the ..
JTa\ but unfortunateietms! ; : of savage war- that I consider i il one of the most fortunate things to of speculation and advancement of individuals The course his pledge to the bra'e'ulunteers and hri.etie Uranuna :
ritin \
\\ nit ,
I ,
Territory that they have undertaken this enter- and to he the olo! :-Heading, ? .
The spectacle presented on their arri- subjected to
arc. having effected a communication with the troops temporary tleogiaphy. lii&u-ry, Plno&i! 'pl> r, Asinu .
prizc. My own individual opinion is from a knowledge !- interested I l 1.eI HI"rck '
ct, *a horrid lcunil tll'H'l ptilll: The m u. at Camp King-he considered it his duty to resign of the country, derived Jrom having passed over I quy passions-and I trust it may ed only, ChfIIIHr Jfc.-AUo. Drawing r mmd I auitiuir. .1-1 11'he
. permitted me, to say, that never have permit I bo cmuluc cilUySi.
his command to the uflicer placed there the Musical Department, .
by it half tkzcn times tlral the best well wil
icmnins of their biotlici's in I a a route, as as
:jted arm, were public conduct to influenced by Piano Forte and Uu !a;. *' !
(;(I-erliIeIit. He goe, we understand, immediately the most direct from Jacksonville to the Mineral my b my professional Diehard' on the H-irp: .f ,
mndwhtn' they had; fallen at their I or privale views, in a >ingle '1'lbhaspc larch I0th 1SJG. :HIJwAUMIMSTUATOU'S 1
postsnthe enaOemcnt
to resume bis station on the South-Western Spring, and if a bridge across the Suwannee be im-

:> portion of the advanced <*ual d wa? I frontier. I practible! there, crossing the three forks above and instance ; and upon this ground, I intend -- SALE.ON .. a II

. from thence in ti direct line to Vass's mill! or through always to stand. The great body of the i>eo;>!.' I the i:> l=3r;, i.ill bc su:.: !,
tAl! niu'i att-d. The l'OoI'sI1:1t died to :0-1 To the politeness Gen. Brown, we are indebted of Florida who look such with impartiality Ti.csJay) thfL\brcl I
: that "icinily. I wil be found to be nearest and upon subjects I tie I'Hiiilalioui'fCapt.Ale.xandtv: 1 .. ?dturra; -f' I

I cm music around tin-little b rat t\ niU Iiastilv I fur the peiu a of a letter from Colonel) Gadsden, dated best route, for a great national undertaking. By will not fail to do me justice. I.i'.e il f'!he: louitty of J tfH"UI, all ul hishftliodar.: J I

II I I Ij Fort Urane, IHh: Maich] and a letter from Maj. approaching so fa west, it will furnish accommodation Ira representative can ever so far forget what I hiuiuti: cutru!'o I rc, toMisi: with Horses, :Mu'cs i Cr.tlf '.- :
thai oCI'1-inll nnd
r01\11 i) UJMIII; I lugical uherc M'Leimuu of the same date. They place lutle reliance -! to the whole Middle and I ''ester Districts, ns is due to his country, ahd to himself as to lo:t- ; ,.ll.-s. Gouts, 4-c. I

:\ :e last of that devoted party perished. in the cm the pacific overtures of Osceola, and consider well a? a most profitable employment to lhe company.Ifihis sight of thoje which will stand! I the test 1 Also! a C\'rlwt and Horse, 1Va.ons. Carts, ui, }' .t ;
j charge of their du:). It was a moment of it, only a nm to gain time and Rail Road progresses, without delay'herevi oi i scrulinyand and lend himself to popu the I'x'iuesei l .'t."ii.g ihcrclc:-'i'ci I ins n ttlc kno-\ h :
:1 I infOimation'-1 be no difficulty in obtaining from Congress '...," fac! ; li.3cUUlL! E, Adm'r..March .
lar combinations tn obnoxious Spanish on the L J
Gen. Scull has been much in destroy ,
mpo\\'l'rin sadnei-s: and many a manly I crippled operations.for ilccpen ihe Inland Channel between St. Mary's andSt. l'- \tiG. :31 i bvAlintLE V
; I claimants because they have been decided to have '
of 'lnrlmeansof thy QUO 1
\tant proMMons transportation, Jiilui'sin addition to $2 now appropriated
!!: jcartblcdafre.-Ji! the un'imely fate of that a just title, which is odii'um-whiat possible chance: UI>IE.I' T OF FLORIDGadsdeti \. ,
hut will liepr.-pand, in a few days, to act with\'h or. so as to aiJnut the passage (1ftf'.moals, of the largest .
t \Sant1ew : Tht'.were J standing on holy, -Gen iuich. commands' the right wing, and Gen.Eu..ti. class \ilh any tide.: no that n pier for justice nr protection will the poor and tin" [persecuted Cuuntv Court March Stfc, 1S3G.IX ;
breakwater would also be constructed at the mouth have, in a contest uiih the rich and the EttUITV.Jarres .
oand soil moistened with the blood ihf It'ftC,1. Lindsay, i.as IX-CH 'zti rea t t
-on a !
; j nt t at. Jutnra, L'. ..Ii.. if0,., -uatcr on the Bar of' powerful l? M. N ixoCOHI1: .L11I.l:1;, \ ..
t heroes, who had f.illen overwhelmed by,! remain a: Tamp, hut will probably! arrive at Comp that beautiful river. This would also lead to the co- I fear I have cxtendcn these remarks alreadytoo v. -Ed I (.IT., e r'l:f. f .

sabers and uhfrc King, before he gets the order.-An express has -mplatrd connection (f ; hat liver, with St: Augustine far, but my justification will he found in the C'.ecr.ri' 1"m1kr! ; n.I : I
trust :
our country, we
been despatched from:1. Mark', br Tampa, to harbor. If this company l had not agreed to commcneeat peculiar position in which stand, alhllhe! readiness I ''.II .Milt- .-, D.iotiat. J J Hi

I lut.!! rCJ a.'nonUl1lcnt hv of their vir- pivc no'KC, of O reoa's! probable intention to fall myself authorized or near Jacksolvilel to passed should over not their have charter felt with which I shall he ass.iiled: by the ascription I r DeliIH"It"( .!.:> rlts Iu 1;;i: icsiJo liO1 satisfactory out ot"tiu i 'iEr''raad cvi i'H1cltlrats..1.! th.. ., J

:.f: aidpalrifiiistn.Oaihe22J: : I bark and surprise!' that place.-The judicious arrangements as long as there was a possibility of their doing any of false motive for correct conduct.I tin:ir it: itic. vv; is uiiLnoun to CoJi ,L'tutiii: Ie r ':

GOIH-M! G:lines nrr.vcd al Fort which} }have been madf, place it out tluii under it. The appioval of the two would have must ask the favour orYOI to publish the papers trat T. d, \ '!I. Zi..t'Jfl of Wilfi.nu Pill:",. fliquir -' t ,

EnjanJ! : having obtained) :, fnim Forl Drane such4pIes of the graver of thf enemy to do further mischief, Pf.ducou great delay and embanabsmen' The one I enclose you with this letter, and :' ;II'IUr fl t C"I.l.til"lI'! II-Lt! ti..:: .:Pt eIL' r 1.:1o. : VI ;j j

and inu"t soon fur.-e him to submission. is very was ready Jllra" on ;hu olle8 not- 1 am very respectfullv, your oh llen servant, I tin', C"mt ii 1' !http'O' Hw f-T'1 day (;t 1 ext 1 C1"r.. -'jj I
; : :s were to be bad, being no) more) than a that Osceola wi.l per--rive the desperate btale !n this business, I .\ solely, an.1 l exclusively To \\ !. \ILSON. JOS- 11. F!! I K. the sr.-c'u.d .Viiiuhy i-f July, I"*.;o, at Lime Cuurt Ilotic- -V t

cSciency f.ir: nine days; had I to i decide (''n his I fuse possible, to the interests of the country. and the whole _. _-,- 1 in Cluincv.: t ;&ds.U.n (.11)0": amt! !tlc.ulr insue.-, .- *
movements-To remain there without flf his affairs, and yield to neceSSIIY, without further country, without regard to the various little sc.h.-mes, : d.'nun- to sa-.i; Uiil, or the ianie t.iil: t-c tammu pro cvt-: V "

provi- blood- htd.-No other terms will be offered him, of town making, and other contrivances which obstruct = NOTICE. leSs al the 'ii-jxt Tunu (-f !this: Court, afltrof )UbiCatjt-! !. i

w,was out of tlie question, and he determinedreturn than the entire fulfilment of the treaty, at Pain's too often the prosperity of every stale. TIlE uudersigned, + t I, tillS onli-i tour months II. sor..c newspaper; Iiriumt... tV,

Southward by the battle t ground of Gen. I Landing. I know that no mm can escape from censure, or from r huethis day entered N ., M I.m tl lis d.strt-1.

:-Mb. If the t'1Il'IIIYVer, i tHtt fallen i in with: this I IrernemIt Gen. Clinch, i is entitled to much credit, for his tIe/ misconstruction and misrepresenlnlion of his char- copartnership un I A trw ropy from the ? Iinucstarc1i! S' h, la3C.
and motives and I appeal to the impartial judge Lloyd, Co. Tu-t, LOU NZO L. SEXTu:;, Clerk.ESTUAVS" V
; Having pur 31-4mJ I.
\\oulJ: ifixl to concentrate t the enemy, promptness: in aflording relief to Gen. Gaines, in his 4 j J
men IS of the majority y of that respectable community .and Sturges, entire stock oi o'I I It
.d gife security to the fWllt ier. On t the 27th, critical situation ori the Withlacoochee. Col. Gads- who have never vet failed to appreciate and to do jus- Groceries, and ProvU-im:" ; V "'1't

Beached the rIhit 11:1111of \Yithlacoochce, I den, we learn, will remain with the-army, until the tice to honest efforts in their service. Dry Goods Hardware, &c. Theii' t STn.\nD or Stoic: 'about t t

to General Clinch had: encountered the : close of the campaign. Col. Lindsay,marched from I am very respectfully, JOS. M. WHITE.To Warehouses being large and commodious, they like- _"r '' : ;' week siiu-e, from the plintationTJios. t'. 'J i i ii

fliue enemy Tampa, with eleven hundred men, on the 13th. The W i. Wabox, Esq.WASHINGTON. wise propose attending to a commission business, the: i UMOIJ II .indulph, a small! dark bay Marc, wu '1
31st of 11 11I
December. The order of ,
same and which
and of cotton, to
volunteers (from this district/weie all in good health receiving forwarding goods I white sadJijinaiks ; and a chesiuitsorrti I lio--jen, ; t tI
arch !had. ba-n prc>erved through the xvholc dis'icefrimi Feb. 27, 1S39. they pledge themselves to pay snch attention as will a whuc SM' o'!. his right cheek, antI cull r m. rks.- pY V

Tampa, in three column1;, and a -pirils-Gen.. Searcy, had been appointed Adjutant. Dear Sir,-1 received ten copies of a resolution of entitle them to a liberal patronage from themcrcluirs f lindi wdl pvited. A siiiuble reward will b. given t.. .4 r-- j
" iinced and ; .-Col. R-acI, previous to their departure, madean the Legislative Counci pAssed on the 1 hh of January and planters of ihe Territory neighboring coioiiesofGeorgia. anyoc; \\ kill. deliver thciu to me ill town, or i.. .# !! I
l i rear guard On arriving at the V
' : excursion into the country, and had a skirmish requesting me procure from Congress a port of the ovcisecf on the plantation.March t'
r.re: 8 ;Ji1 tel l lire was opened 011 the left flank: P. H. SWAIM, 3Uf J. H. RAN 3OLriI._ ;
; with a small body of the enemy. entry and delivery, two light houses, i triwecklymail I If 1
""toibe oppose; i: i.e. TJiefighl; continued bout and 1 Nautical. survey for St.Josephs.To MADDEN.St. (UlMUN; liAiN OF FLOUIJJA. i I II.HIS

'fJ ilfan hour. Our THE ECCHEES _We understand that the services accomplish the first, I introduced the resolution, LEVIA. ICstifJUtfii will bi open for the transactir;: r.1
lost killed and eI
J iII' ''Handed troops one eight of the Euchces in carrying on the war, have moved to have it printed, and referred to the committee Marks March 14 1836. 32-8w every day after the 1st Af rilnexttk-. V '. 4

" -that of the enemy must have: been se- been accepted by Gen. Scott, and Gen. Woodward on Commerce. The collectror of the Port of Ap- Lumber Wanted. o'clock J.utiI20'c1ncl. P.l\I.SulIlays.thc4 :; f

I -Vwing to the letter arms and greater t prcciof of Macon) Ah. and Maj. J. L. Watson, panchicola! has addressed letters to scveial membersof written proposals,endorsed"PropnsaIs July and Cjinstinass: day excepted, papei talhni; di Ion
iII I H.use staling that there is no necessity for a FURTHER ol" these days must aticidod to the (k.:V :
our men. Our troops encamped that night have been authorised to conduct them to Tampa. lie be received by the subscriberunlil cither j
of Entry, and that all the duties collected liy him "i J'JilN P.tU..Ht.LCoLshr
ar the river. The next day they moved two 1 About five hundred will be employed. They will only serve to pay the Revenue Officers. Under these the 15th of A prl, for supplying timber and such' previous.March 4th. IR1G. 30 4v :

II I:down the river, where the banks are less I form very useful addition, to our army, should circumstances, I should apprehend that there is little other lumber a may be necessary for completing Flo.the .-

)vtred with thickets. I the Indians retire to the everglades. Maj. Watson prospect ofa port of Entry until it can be hewn that U. S. Arsenal now building at Chaltahoochec, Strayed or Stolen )\
Here they were again at- bc of the best quality, .*. i
Ir This material must yel.1wpine ..
' and No letter of this l"\l'ah\sse.
: tked arrived here mi 'fhursdayevening. proceeded is some foreign commel c. From the subicribcr, near j
and Lieut hard of the U. ii. Dragoons, I next morning to carry this measure intoi sort thee ever been addressed to me, but a member I Irom free from sap rot, and large the knots, must sawed d': on the 4th inst, two marts one a lar.-. t. '
If't Av: \\'IUllldcI-Hc fell, but partially recovergincw effect. Indiana placed on in my hands, with authority to with square edges which, maybe except hewed girders, and conform to red. orrcl, about ten ye: rs old, aii. t..: oIV

.r ] commanded his: men to "keen their i make an extract, which I now enclose. tic beairs will, be Jprepared from time to time, and ma.u.u uiisicr the collar by a few while h lirs, ar.d hr.- '
That portion of the people of Florida, shall be bills which blemish the and a limp al tl: -. <
:llltltion and lie close and perfectly! The'editor of the Globe, of the 5th inst., speakingof no furnished the contractor for his government. I a small in right eye. .-
; though I inconvenience which be remediedby cne.-
1 he oilier a
.1 subject to any may their f edge of her right fore-loot. :'tlUW
'ware of |his condition, continued to display the the apprehended attack on Tampa, says: that the any effort of mine, I have addressed to the Secretary Persons offering will please and stale whether price they pcrF ill nut borrcl, i: ubt.ut thirteen years old. an J has mali

" II I"most coolness aa.l p-esence of mind. Tills panic must have been great indeed; and says, in the of the Treasury a letter of which I enclose a foot, superficial inch measure the Arsenal; or at \the w lute spot? on her, aid a bir.zc in her fac Ten dollars ;l
I veind vatuablenificer West, ihe women -vould 'have repulsed them.-He copy, requesting the establishment of a Portof deli mke their on chicola.grouud reward wil! be given for iLe delivery ( f the abo- j,.
was buried on the banks have to contend with. I at St. Joseph, in as much as the President has Arsenal wharfon the Appalu animal: to James ivirksey ill Tailah.iii.ct GIT the suU
C ''w Aithlacoochce. knows little of the enemy, we very to be made on delivery, reserving ten rer 4VV
Tlic fight was continued the to do this without the authority of an act of Payment scribcr ncjrTium as\illt, CJa. N
and power the whole
abilities fulfilment of
Osceola! has natural possessesall for the con-
I great security
In the cent as .
I. 23ih with bitle Congress. I have also laid before the committee on WILEY :3RCOM.MaHil2133G.
or no intermission from
I.I of affairs which could
I I "clock the knowledge military Post Offices ar.d Post Roads, the resolution with a request tract 3l4wI _
till 1 P. !i. During this time the Indians Before Before be received the lumber must be inspected --- I
, I It It' be acquired by two years close application. to insert in the first bill that may be reported i able to contract by the Master Ku1'lGB.TilE VU

I II' W iJea up a confumous n lI. 1 he loss this day, be- he threw off the mask of friendship, he was censid- lor new Post routes, one from Mariana, to Su Joseph, Builder and pronounced for the agree. S. who will b sworn to do justice subtf riber offers for sale his Tract oLad!
Lieut. will be ordered does not
Izard and often acted assuch but whether tri-weekly
was one killed and cred an excellent drill officer, a li mile from Tall. J
, C' Captains the concerned.A in ihe county of Lou, ;
. Master General. parties
' ,lall"frs anj Anustrong, wounded. In the even- with the soldiers.-He is fully aware of the importance depend on "Congrefs will be but the. Post t few good Carpenters, can find constant employ- hassee, coluainins 8aO acres and adjoidiig the lant' 4
A house provided.As
; I bg, M strictest disciptine.-He has taught them light Arsenal. ParldLiIl and Col.Uraden. 1 he land i-
" express -.yas sent to Fort Drane advising of the tothe that will hardly be pro- ment on the of Mr. .
Nautiel surey. JNO. WILLIAMSON, and equal to Cotton )r Corn lai. _
used of any
immediate to despise artillery, when against light troops. can be made to believe good quality
: vided for ,
movement, to cross the river above, government Lieut. U. S. A. Superintending. in that section of -Thereare 150 icrcs cltarr _
well country
Ind armed with rifles ana are organized and thart ofOien.Bernard
f faU -His men are that the accurate survey
very 1836. 32-5w the
on the March 19 isrented fi-t
Flo. which
and prescu
enemy's which umJCIfencc
rear, it was hoped with which all Lu Swifis last examinationandCap Chatthochee and
rould ,as is evident from the precision ,founded on id take in shewing the Ian. _
lIe pleusvre
termirllc the On the 29th in the 171 feet water on the Goods. year. won
war. This is Ferris' chart, representing
his movements have been effected. a very Spring who might wish to pure! ase. _
1o1rtIing, the enemy was silent, which the Gene- different affair, from fighting with the ignorant savages Bar, are erroneous, and that the Navy Yard' ought to subscribers are receiving per Brig Avis, and to any person WM.CCTLAXD.March : _
ii I bc rt-moved from Pensacola. to this point. THE of SPRING U
consid assortment
ercd Atlantica large 30tfNOTICE. _
as indicating t an intended attack. with four dollar 1th 1736. V
C f'third of the West, armed pop guns ; When I remember the extraordinary zeal which a which their friends are invited to examine. V c

of the command was kept at the breasU I such as have always been furnished by the British portion of the present company displayed for App- GOODS, MARTIN HART. .

i I a*:", and te| others e\1lpl yed'in making prepa- trading companies, of the Nortb-West. The editor I Fachicola. which resulted in loud cmpln nt March 18 1836. 32ifFORBES9 THIRTY days after date I shall :.pply to tie a __ __ _
1 ttlUns for denurciations against me for not spurring Judge of the Slipcrior con 't ofthc\t
looked clamorous
1''a to cross the river. Al>out o'cl.ck, the also says; that the Indians have been have I forward the usual horse trot legislation, into something PU1OH.8E. die distriu Florida for Leon county. for leave ;.

rorking Party was attacked, and simultaneously at TaUalututt This is certainly newsWe like the eagle flight of their imagination, I cannot : The directors of sell the rial estate of the heirs of Horatio! INr. :jGra.

fire[ Was poured on three rides of the c.unp- never called on the government lor aid.-The two hope to escape censure whatever I may do You I !! inform the public, late of said county deceased.WILLIAM
company rspct.fullY
t ilat Den the river first expeditions were almost wholly armed and e- will recollect that, at that time, I was charged with that to a sale of : A CARR, _

: t j, The being the only one not assail- quiped in this place, leaving the'town, comparativelydestitute favoring St. Marks against Appalachicola, because lots .? pdVuchicola, on the 19th of April next, will Administrator in right of his \V ife.

H fight continued more than two hours, of arms.-We have always had more than the former was the portforthe sipment the products detain them uttil that time, and possibly during that March Mb,_1836. 30_5w _

unng which time, one man was killed, and three of men in the field; not on our own frontier Middle Florida. vehement month. In the mean time,tos residing on the purchase -
0*** and our quota complaints,because I did not get a Post route etb continue a fair rent for the
tl-irty men wounded. General Gaines of Does this look like a I may t occupy
but at the seat war within a few days or the
1 riB lisheto Appalachicola, week purchase at their option so soon 8
wounded by a ball through the lower lip' : panic 1 Truly, he must have derived hit informa- after the petition wa presented. year Directors, or may shall have completed their engagements at

Docking out one tooth-he appeared less affected, lion from a very authentic source. It was in vain, I pleaded that from the beginning of that place.-Tallahassee. March 18. 183. 33tf

ever, by the accident than in th2 the government, to the| present day, there had not CENTRAL BANK FLORIDA. l
ar- OJ
I II; 80 dear has he anyone Col. White is endeavoring to obtain an appropriation been an in.tnc of a particular act, for a particularPost Tallahassee, Feb.27.1836. j
rendered himself absurd it
V to nil by his that however might
from Congress, to complete the necessary route. a1. Stockholders of this institution are hereby
bearing and devotion act so stupidly,as to wait
nS sharing alike the fa- pear Congress 1 THE instalment of two dollars on
buildings al the Seat Government in this Maine and that an eac ROBERT J. HACKLEY.uctioneer .
and public bill wit
dangers with them, and marching on general bnningvih ending share of stock,has been c1 for by the board
t S carrying hig Territory; also, to erect a court-house and jail at Florida, of Appalachicola, rectors and the some due and payable at the & Commission J'lerchani, _
knapsack the shold prevail, ;
through policy
1I rbo\e c:1mpaiscn. Who could, not act the hero Peusacola n .i'jW da wish not,reverse that a that contrary order of things. Banking Hone in Tallahassee L. A., THOMPSON/on the first of SALE DAYS, Mondays & Saturdays.

IIIder the eye of such a veteran? The enemy at AfHiNQT.c.'22d 1836. Lbave t day seen of for Franklin the first time a bi t May 2 neit.8 14 Cashier. Tallahassee, October, 1635 U-tf

;tb retired i in confusion, and contrary to their Dear Sin-i am rery much gratified to i be 'able. tot range the county seat county. h .'

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!,; .. j this( act, unless the executor, administrator, guardian, shall Cm*. W. ;W' cu::) An Aefo -eStablish' aria orgtize CorpS'T FIVE Pram lJli'7y; r.'Yo2t"lfn4t>
exemj1sJn( the City ,of LATER '
WS t Laws of the 1\t'I'rittrl" of Flurula of 1336.CUAP. 1 have "iven at least thinly days previous notice, in one or more Be it enacted Military the Goireracer I .arid Legislative: ouncil of the By the ship Chnh'.arriYedEUlopt
printed in this Territory, nearest lo where said real we have ;
e newspapers That the Military exempts of the City of London
t :. 941. [ No. xxx.) An Act to amend the several Acts now in estate may be, of his intention to make application to the Judgeof Temtory of Florida' for and Liver )cQ1 to the 218t Papua Jt s
: ,' force Knads and St. August oe. and county of St. John, as now organized: both i eJto
,. t relating to Highways Bridges the Superior Court (for authority to sell the same. COlton ,inS advanced
t the Council of the the fence said City and its vicinity, be hereby establishedby 1"4 to 5. !e'
,': Be it enacted !hy Governoi and Legislative Sec. 3. Be it further enacted( Tht; where authority shall be de cf p.und. 9 _

f t ; 'retellor)' of Florida, That all fines which may hereafter be cal granted by virtue of this act, to sell real estate, the petition and the name of the Corps of St. Augustine Veterans, fits!, andduring A partial I change has taken .

,;, 'r, 4 //ected, pursuant to the several Acts, to which this is an amend- I all papers' relating to the same, together with tho order of the the continuanco of the present t.Indian war within the French 1\1 nrstrv. place a

.:, nicnt, shall be appropiiat,id by the commissioners to the exclu I Judge granting authority to sell, shall be filed in the office ol, Temtory'of Florida, and no longer : Said, Corps to be composed: by LONDON Jan. 20.-'Ve eelved Ia .

'r'c' tinprovc'iiHMit of the toads, Highways, or Bridges withiniho record for thc county in which said real estate may be situated. only of persons exempted (ly the existing laws from Military express. ihe Paris pape a n4 left u.Munday.

t "' ): Road district, in which said fines shall have: been incurred Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That where any executor, ad- duty.Sec. the blitist/'rialcn'st, / They 1 report tile tetrntuti, !"""

t c'S c.e. 2. Be it further enacted, That the fifth section of an real estate tho 2. Be it further enacted, Thnt said Corps shall consist, the .Minish s regarded! SI.fin"
ministrator rur
or guardian,
r w i convey any property fI'inanCt"t ..
i: ,'; Act' passed: : February 4th, 1833, entitled An Act amendatory m\ of an infant, under the authority given b> virtue of this as at present organized, of one Major commandant, ono Captain the t reducti In of, the Five, wht"' qhi fhb

[ ... ; .. ( and in addition Joan Act relating to Roads" Highways and !I act I the title to the property thus conveyed, so for as the infant t four Lieutenants, and such military exempts as have been i.ur readers,.are.3\VHe.have: per Cent, Stmud.

\. : ,:. Bridges, p-usod I-Vli. Kst, 1S32*'.-,"o far as the arne provide may have title thereto, hall be good and effectual.Sec. or may be enroled therein ; and there shall bo appointed in said attention in the Cabinet\ "

J.t f' ..I.,, r.' .t for t7io I payment, of lins to the I County Treasurer for County i 5. Be it further enacted, Thai an act approved February Corps, in the manner directed by the rules and regulations{ t Cumber The Minister bas ZHenomical '

;; J .i r 'purpoocs, be, and I the I same: IS I hereby I repealed.I 8th, 1832: entitled An Act amendatory of the several acU' said Corps, such non-commissioned officers as by said rules and phns have l failed beta re' it;?' *it

;, {. Passed, February 4th, 1S3G.'Approved: I concerning the administration of estates, and the duties of executors regulations may be directed ; and the same Major-commandant, cupidity Pari and of the the King and the sho Pknikn I "

f" rj; sib February, 183G.CHAP. J administrators: and guardians," be, and the same i is Captain, and Lieutenants, shall be commissioned by the Governor with I a, seriojs burden French I nation remain a AI."'-q d;

of this Territory, on notice of their election by the said obstacles which but far
hereby repealed. m girt have been
trim Corps being certified to them ; and .their commissions shall bear M. Hum rem 04l .
.+ Passed, February 10th, 1836.Approved l1n is: supported by
i, \-.. I 12th February, 1836. date' the first day of( December, eighteen hundred and thirty-five, France generally, and by a majorit'--.t thelhJ.> :

"' '. : 9JS.; [No. xxvii.] An Act in addition! m to nn Act, entitled "An t the day of the actual organization of said Corps ; and at all Chamber; 1 as been opposed oltfc!

: Act to ,:>iibiNh! and rejrulate: the rates of Pil\llatg': lor, the St.Jfllm's ",",__""", ,,,,,,,,,,111II: times, in case of the vacancy of any commissioned: officer, it ;personally, and the shopkeepers by ill:.
.'.' ). and Nassau: livers.J t who l lan the National t lr.r
shall he filled by election by the members of said Corps who Guard, and ,
14'.. e it enacted: b I )' tho x11 ...:- (;11....>. !>.16. [Xo. xxxv.] An Act I to amend l the Charier: of the Union 1 shall vote by ballot, and a majority of the votes given, shall be stock now in *
. J. ..: TcrriKirv of J'lorid.i] That no branch or license to act as pilot, I It is:' t len Paris against
Bank of Flurnla.e choice. France
: : upon either of the Rivers St. John's or }Nassau: or upon th necessary to a more, and the triumph has been 00tt
Be it enacted the Governor and i Council of the
by Legislative Sec. 3. Be it further enacted. That said Corps shall be governed with
capital. The
Bars at the month of either of the said I liveis. shall: hereafter question however
.', l| Territoiy of Florida, That !so much c f'the 2Sth section of an !by such rules and reguhlions as have; I been: or may hoot gerly discussed in the .iII ta-
.' ., *:* Jie) granted to any !person! execjit! :ii'-h' as shall reside a; or nearihc departing
''c ;i Act entitled u.\ II Act: to in.-orporatu the subscribers to the b ineonsistant with the laws of the )
adopted by said Corps, n ) warmly corn ;ted in the nff
i. : on'e the ( Chamber f
1', mouth of or other of the+ said .rivers {for! the purju -i I >
t j Union Bank of Florida," as requires that upon loans or discounts United States, or of this Territory. result i i.s duul'llal.! ) >**
.:; )se of performinir the duties (,I'pilot in conducting vessels in'
',Gr'e! as nttt to t for a time not exceeding f four rnoriihs, the said: 1 Bank Passed, February 9th, 1836.Approved from the .:11 nitieur.SUPPLEMENTEY'lgAOKDINYARt.
I shall not receive more thou Dun cent for sixty. days," be, 12th I
us per February, 1S36-:
with of the conditionsimposed
dispense any fiualilicatioiis: : required or and the same is t hereby: repealed. .
t .) bv the act to \\ ludl (this i is /n addition. Df ANCI: OF THE Klx6.
. Passed, February 5th, 1S3G.Appioved: "Louis Phillippe King of the French.
rt Passicd/Fcbruary -1th, 1S3G.Appiovcd 7
.1.l. Slh 1S36. 12lh February, 1S36, CHAP. 9-11 [No. xa III.] An Act fo the relief of Albert G.Tomlmson- all present an I to curnr, health \ft L'
.,. February, 1 1I ordered and rrder as follows Ie
1 has been represented to Legislative Council -
".., "Art. 1. M. Le Comic
.",J & I by a petition signed by sundry respectable: citizents of the France Warred MinierSecretarys: d'Argont Petri

",. ....;! .. county of Gadsden, That Albert Tomlinson, an old citizen {for the Uepaitmeutofl'maimcrin: *

] .;:. ::Jlu.931.! jXo. xxvni.J An Art for (the (':tl'mcllt of certain: Claims CHAP. 919. [No. XXX\ Il.] An Act amendatory and: explanatory of of said county, is in indigent circumstances, and very bad health ; of M. Human1), whose resignation: isaell. the U T

t'. : theiein t I !stated: I | the Militia Laws now in force in this Territory. and that it is the opinion of medical men, that his health may .

:1'1:'. Bo it enacted by the (Jovenmr Legislative i Council of the Be it enacted( by t the Governor and' Legislative Council of the he restored and his life saved by travelling ; but from his indi- 'Arr. 2. Cur President of the COM

t. 9: Territoiy of I'loi-da, That mi a transfer: by Richard 11 ay ward ;Territory Florida, That sixteenth .section o" the act p.is- gent state, he is unable to travel without combining therewith Minister Secretory of Slate for the dn:

; ''..:- -of the necredited anti reitifu'd,! ( aceount held by him for folding ,I -cd at the present: session) of the Legislative:+ Council, entitled! I' the pedling business men I of Foreign: Aflaires, is charged ij*

J.. .; ,..",.' *md) stitching the Laws and .loiiinals of 1831, III pamnhb't: (Olin, I 44 An Act to amend: an .\1'1.t entitled an Act to organize and regulate Now, therefore, Be it enacted hy the Governor and Legislative : (the execution jf the, present ordonance.l .

:' to the Kxee.itive 1 of J'lolldaloI tlie 11e ol't( ,e 'iVintory 1 that I he the Militia of the Territory of! Florida, and to repeal anAcl Council of the Ten itnry of Florida, Thai Albert G. ToniImson "Bv the {; Pintum>;

f. ,: be allowed and paid i out o1'thi' Teiiitoual Tre-isury\ the sum olihree passed lint dJof: February, eighteen{! hundred and this t y- be, and he is hereby exempted from the tax imposed by "The President of the King.Council! '

: '/ hundred] and<<1 thirty uol.'ars!: in full of said:: claim.Se : t\\o, and (for nth r {purposes'; f' '-'So far: : as the same authorizes the t the several arts of the Legi.-laiive{ Council, made and provided .ter Secrd I ry of State of Foreign, iL)Mi

er fV.; <-. 2. LJe it' fiiilhtr i eiun-led\ That Riehiid 1J.H'-.\'ard b- i infliction of a line of fifty dollars for failing:,; to perform military against: hawkers and pedlars, for ihe period ol two years. Bit "At theTuillelics, "\\'. BJOGUI: ..

j.r i paid] liftv-tuo dullais aunl tnenty-foiii! remit.'and L'hiiipV.! i T MM vice when drafted, be, ami tin- same: is !hoieby I repealed'; : and 1 fnilher enacted, That this act shall be in lice from; and immrdiately Jan. 13th 1536"

.. :. Courliiev, iloliuis) and of the TallaJias that said ad ho constitieo Oar Dsynnn ; letter of the
. ; \ foity-tljiee! I fifty I.'cutout i so as to compel all persons dir.fled 1 after its passage.: 14th,stales: ibt

'l.:. ;. 'eo Fund, ii> full of their accounts for lurni..hingthe Council under the provisions; of the laws now in force, to perform the Passed, February 9th, 1536.ApProved in tfe aliernoo i of the 8th, an i cnpgt'lDtnt

7. ii! ,. ;! ) Chamber I 'Irl is5.Passed :{ ::rviee required under tin: laws, or to furnish\ an able bodied 12th February, 1S3G. had taken plant bet\v :iii the 6th Lttalanrl)

'f 't'M, January 22c!, 1 1S3G.Appioved I substitute ; ai.d the commanding: ollicer is required and.dlrcctecJfi.rthwith Navarre' unde.;;'Brattier Don Parfo __r'
column o'
am I t 2000 Christines
q,; .;,, 8th February, 1836. to compel said! delinquent dr.iltod person into the ser ded by General Aldan.a.iwho xvereeMXjniaj: commao

L'.,.. \'ICC.Sec. a convoy from Lerin to lliieuteinReina.
'.; .. -- -:II jl jlr 2. Be it further enacted, That this act shall be in force CHAP. 945. [No. XLIv.] An Act to alter and change the Terms of[ BAKCLLOXA, Jan. 12.=The city has not

from the passage: thereof.: the Superior Courts for the Middle District of Florida. I yet recovered f'om the effects of the tmJ.
': :f. Cj.P.: XI .
; 91- [ ) \xxi.] An Act for the relief of James Stewart.Wimu.AS I ful i
r .J. Passed, February llth, 1836.Al'pro'cd Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of the scenes whic.i were enacted in it on ife.
James Stewart, has lately greeted a mill on the 12th February, 1836. Territory of Florida, That from and alter l the first day of July 5th and Gib, an I t the acounts from Reused

r .;' OcKlocknce liver, and has also erected a bridge] across said I I next, the regular Terms of the Superior Courts (for the .Middle i : Tarragona, twc: considerable towns nearit:

e It': fiver, and wishes to establish; a ;rnte at or near his house:: for the District of Florida shall on the coast, co ilinue to keep up public jLirm. -
be follows
as this be first
provided act I
1 r purpose l of collet tinti' toll of said: bridge; ; and also wi-Oies to extend t I approved of Congress At the II rmer the mob were prepr

: i ;! the dam of his: mill across: :said: liver without making a lock CHAP. 910. No. I: by int, u n rise: rarer the last messenger came a-
[ xxxix.] An Act in further In
.' :addition lo the sever.Acts al the county of Gadsden, on the third Monday of October, I way, and i it is st II uticertun whether the authorities
I; ,1. for the : :a t; ol boats. in force '
pas now regulating Judicial' and first
proceedings. Monday of March, in each and every Yf'/ r. were ei abltd to preserve orcerorI
L..r.. Be it enaeted by the Ci'oienior; and Legislative Council the I In the county of Leon, on the first :Monday: of November, I 1 no:; and at the 1 ,liter the lives of the Carles

... Tcnitory.' of i I-'lornla I That t the I :said I Joule I Stewart is hereby Be it enacted by the Governor Legislative Council of the first; Monday of April, !in each and :1n'I''I prisoners were alone! anby the noble] interposition

..' !,J nut 't,! Il l'c1 lo erect: a a ?atc sis alor".aid; 1 1 for the !piiriiose of col-l Tenitoiy of Florida, That :st or before the institution of an In the county of J, fle.rson, on the every north( year.Monday, of November I of L Ingestria, in the Tyss,

,n"':II- collecting lull (tear his: (1 Kvellm;! house ; and to extend hip milldam I action of leplevin, in the manner authniized and provider! for and the third) Monday. of April, in each and I who, hearing: of the intention( If the braa!

,4.. ".. across: said liver : I'm 1 ovulcd, iicveilheless', That whensaiil I in the segued section of the act, entitled "An Act in addition I In the every year. people to mini rde' them, 'hastened:uoffer La
of Hamilton,
I coneY on the lira( of Deceir.bcr '
f' : Monday services
] liver is and I it i the to ovcrnor nail agreed re
becomes to
nuxigated: several
,'"::.. ; necessary to have a pi.saje. : i Acts now in force regulating Judicial proceed and; fourth '
,:'?_" > through\ the! : saul umill dane on giving said Ste\\art: six i.j : i ii;s," passed mid approved the 15th Monday of April, in each and every yt'ar.If cave them on l ljrd his :hip:I if they would
i February, the plain- the county ut! :Madison, on iht firsl 'I hur..Ja after the first 1 clli.., h s fralectin:
j 1 mouths pie\ious notice of ihe necessity: of such lock or ;'.i-->a jelhruuh j tiff i! his attorney) or a:,rut, :ohrllmrlie; : : affidavit, which shall be I Monday of 1)cc UlIH'I, nnJ tiiot Mumluv uf May}, in each and 1" LO.(DOS, Jan. 19.! -In ihecharacferrf: : \ ,

', ,\' t. ? thu dam he :shall: Ixs bound to have it I t erected a withoutdelay ,,| 'tiled'' with tile| clerk( inning tlm .' i.i, .M.uillg lilt value u: the pro- I I every year. money market, a : regards: commErcial discount -

::;'. .,. .ii., \ uoy'ldw to the contrary notwithstanding.Passed i I pert) to be! n."lc\'ied-lhat it belongs to thc plaintiff -thai it has Sec. 2. Be it further\ enacted, That all laws there i is no material alteration to rt-
.' ".. ; Kelmiary 5th, lb'3G.Apjuoved: I I been wrongfully taken from his possession:: and that he is entitled conflicting with chi; act, be, and the same or p.irN laws, mark: the preiniiua upoii Exchequer Bilcontioues '

-l N i,.,". lOih Februar)', ISiiG.CHAP. to the immediate and actual possession of it. Passed, February 9ih, 1836. are hereby repealed.- at 17 ID; on India Bondsit J is35Transactions :,

',1 .,. Sec. 2. lie it further enacted, That the defendant or :: ill> the Foreign: Marketbvi
'1 .: .3 I party Approved, 12th February, 1836. been During .
.% ,, for chiefly conn led to Spanish Bonds.
"""" "<-"" "" --- prosecuted any misdemeanor in court in this
..,'J.. any Territory, I the ruled from 49 51 8
'.. where the penalty to Im inflicted is only morning they at
I ,
II pecuniary may appear --. to 1 2 but the letters that
"'J !0.10. [Xc). xx,..] An Act to authorize the Coui.ty Court of Ksj j anti] !plead by attorney, alld b(' tried, though not !personally,; prE>- the :affair_!; at as Barcelona,:private! had: been state cneckeo.,

:. .::: camliiu,1 county l to idmit Jo I probate the last:: Will and Testament of sent sufficient bail, sccmilv,
i ... Antonio Villaverde!! deCm C4I. j or recogniz.mce having been first CHAP. 9-16. [No. XLV.] An Act to amend ihe Acr, entilled "An Act :and that the new oan of 2,000,000wbFcf/
I uiven or entered into, for comnli.ince with the judgment i is A! Kotchschild wil! undertake .
andsentence it anticipated
..... incorporating, t the Town of A
I... JJe it enacted l liy, the (; O\'crtlur nnd Legislative Council of the j pa laclicllla.!
; l of tht
Be JOleniJia-
court. it enacted the Governor and which would: enable
Territory of 1 Florida, That the of the Court of by and Legislative' Council of the .
Judge County j Sec. 3. He it further enacted, That trial indictment Territory of Florida That bal to set on {loot Iris financial scheme: J favor
'1\\ K: ?umbii; county, 11(', and he is hereby: authorized to admit lopr case, be had at the of upon in act, HIM from and after the passage of this I of the creditor of Spain :as well as of the
any may term the which limits
court at the in corporate of the Town
.. I *.bite II:111)) : ) Couit, thu, li: >l Will and Testament: of Antonio dictment is found but for : of Apalachicola, shall not new ones, the ma advanced under those
; sufficient cause shown either extend on side thereof
: Vilhthirdc, deeeased, i now on file in Ihe flieo of the keeper of have party any beyond, or outside of the boundary impressions to 49 > 8.
continuance.Sec. lines
may a : of the
: of what
the survey is railed "
."t Pllblien.llin's: of Wesi Florida ; and to grant LettersTeMiimentary generally Forbes' Purchase -
4. I5e it "
or of Administrationilhthe Will annexed further enacted, That were an omission, eiror, as surveyed and reported( hy the surveyors, employed Population of..:ltsljia.-the population eAusirii
\ ,
or mistake has occurred in the pleadings: in criminal by the United States lo the .! divided into sects, i is as R,< 1
to do nil matleis and (things: in iclation to the said lastVill and any case, survey same, and that the religious .
.. I b)' the party indicted, or by hl amid! of I.Iwo-500 Mahori cdans l J3.000.\rmemlDS.
the said ,
i : attorney, pleadings be authority corporation shall I,
1' Testament 1
; may extend
; :; t, as ire IISII.1and\ authorized to be done by thc County t.i, or be exercised i
: amended, and the omission: in Unitarians Jens, 1,190,00
1 corrected and) new or additional pleaor any wise over 50,000 480,000 : 1
Courts of ihis
t any or
Tenitoiy.isce. property persons, beyond on out- Lutherans
I ]pleas filed at time before trial side of such 1,660,0)0 members of otter reI I
any unless the :
.' i Judge shall be boundary line.
:. He it further '.Cll That the the
i.. l. l'IIIC: devisees under thc j satisfied l that formed churches, 3,040,000 members or i
c l, :(L nail: ) last: Will 1 and Te:' aiiient, I be, nnd they are hereby confirmed I r for sufficient cause mere at delay the discretion is thereby intended, and amendments Passed, February 10th 1836.Approved Greek Church, an.1. 26,990,000 Catholics. '

in nil of the court: may be allowed 12th ;
:t' the'rrgllt.utd PI'J\.tlC'-I'o: : intended( to be conferred thereby. to tins indicted February, 1536.e l'.encPaper
: party the trial has commenced.
f' .
Passed, J.inuary 2Cth, 1S:36.A1,1ruvcd: .
4th 1836. Passed, February 9th, 1836.Approved A French chemist i wsaid to havecondea: i
: February, '
1 '!t 12th February, 1836.CHAP. sed carbonic acid gis to a solid state. Hi:

; CHAP. 917. No. An temperature required was nearly one hundred -
ku ... [ XLVI.] Act to amend an Act
Ji below he point. .
degrees freezing
.: .. passed November 17lh, 1828.

" ly fl ., CHAP. 941. [No. xXltlll] An Act to niter and change the times of 9! -Il. [No. xi.] An Act to organize: an additional of Territory Be it enacted of Florida by the That Governor and Le_isldtive Council of the The governor of Alabama- has issued 01 r.
Regiment so much
the : of the
holding LtlllIlICourts fourth d
in Washington! section: of nwunte
t Countv. Militia in the Counties of MaJibon Hamilton0 an tiers {for raising a R.gimentoflOOO
..." Re it cnu-U'd; : by the: (io\c.llor: and Legislative; Council of the Be it eiacted by the Joverr.or and and Act concerning Depositions, passed November 17th, 1828, as !I men to be stationed un the eastern boundary

., Teuitoiy) of I Florida, That the times of holding the County Territory I of Florida: Tli.u all the while Legislative malc- inhabitants Council of the requires! the Postmaster, his deputy, or assistant, at the office of the State, to observe the movements Comls: in the 01( Wa-hin residing where any packet containing n commission the Creek Indiana. order it seems is
county ;lon, Shall be on the second in the Counties: of Madison and Hamilton! interrogations and This
3Iondiys( ; in February) and September, in each and m in said Terri answers is deposited lo be sent by Mail to endorse thereon the result information f t conveyed to the Et
every p'ar.I'C. I tory, are between the ol 1 c.i ,
2. I Be it ages eighteen and f Jrt.five Received: from of the ecutive of Alabama f manifestations calcu!
further enacted, That! all l.nvs. and of years one commissions to be forwarded, .I (
laws and due
puts by
f fixnj; the time of holding the County Court in I constitute are t t perfoim Military I duty shall compose I and course of Mail," be, and the same i is heiebv repealed. late to excite suspicion'of; hostile dais m,*03
Washington and shall
be erected into a Regiment to be on the of these I ulians.
called Passed
county, bc, and they un hereby! lepealed., Thirteenth Regiment of Florida :Militia. February 12th, 1836.Approved .

Sec. :). 15e it limber enacted, That this act shall: he in force Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, by the t I 13th February, 1836 ELECTRIC LIGHTMr.--. Lindseva teach
from and :alter the lint day of : authority afoiesaid, -Ihe Ward r
\1ay next.
1' the Regimental officers-, in and (for said in Dundee, formerly lecturer to
" Passed, February l&t t, 183G.Approved: be appointed in such and for Regiment, shall institution, succeeded on the evening ol Seturtlay .
' manner such: term I --
as by ihe exist.
10th February 1536. laws is the.25th ult, in obtaining a CoDSIJU
ing provided in the of
case unofficered RciiiicnlH. CHAP. 948. [No. ZLVII.] An Act to amend An Act declaring Juni electric! light. It is 4 p wards of two 4o's
Sib. 1836.Approved .
per Creek in Escambia county, a Navigable Slream. since 'he turned his attention (to this subJfCr) r,

"II 12th February, 1836. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of t the but much of that tinu has been devoted to

(.HAP. 015.! [No. xxxiv.] An Act loader and fix the Territory of Florida, That Juniper Creek, in Escambia other avocations. The light in beauty sn r--.

: the Spring. Term QI'time County Court of Ducal time of }hoMing be, and it is hereby declared a Navigable stream from county its passes( all, has no smell, emits no smoke, ia
) entrance -
County. requlro
Je it enaeted by the (,ovenmur and Legislative i: Council of the CHAP 912.: [No. XLI.] An Act respecting certain Records the into Black vater river, to the section line between sections air capable for of combustion.e.xplosiou, ism md: be does kept not i in sea led
m; Territory of Florida in twelve and thirteen
That 1 the Spring Term of the County Clerk's Office tit' Columbia; CountY in township three, range twenty-seven, glass It ignites without the aid of a
,,;; : Coin for I Dnval shall hereafter. Be it enacted thc North and West, in the district of lands gars. for*
county beheld
:.P I ti%': on the first Mon by Governor and Legislative Council of the subject to sale l at Tallahassee taper; and seems peculiarly calculated
w day in .1 prilt in each at (d I every year. I Territory of Florida, That the Clerk of Columbia shall ; any law to the contrary notwithstanding. flax Louses', spinning tills aiu( other places

F Passed February.. 1st, 1536.Appruved,10th. deliver to the Clerk) of Alachua COUnty, all and county records Passed, February 10th 1836. containing combustible materials. It caD be
papers '
K .. : :February, 1836. in his office properly !belonging Alaehuu county, or papers Approved, 12th February, 1836. sent to any convenient distance, and coarained the 8pa
I. lands rat us fur producing may be
to in said
relating Alaehua
4. ,
county or to cases where the
In a
... common
,.? t parties: reside in said Alachna county, taking his receipt therefor.
,, .'r, Sec. 2. Bo it further enacted ;That 01::;; Assembly
where Both branches General
1, : CU.\P. 949. No records of
[ .XXXVII, any
.y i ( tors, and Guardians] An Act to enable Executors, Administra Alaehua county and Columbia county shall be found in the same CHAP. 952. No. LI.] An Act to improve the Capitol Square in the I have resolved adjourn sine die! on tbe d.
. to sell the rl'aleslale of I Inli.nts.:. book City. of Tallahassee, and {(other sessiouisraplJ.Iy
( .
that the
Be or sO same cannot be purposes. instant. The business flhe
t enacted
: it by the separated, it shall be lawful
Governor Be it
, .. .!t icrntory of Honda, That and Leuislative Council of the and it is hereby made the duty oft the C'lork of the County Court, enacted by the Governor anti> Legislative Council of the drawing to a close.
where any Executor, Adminislrnlo-, for Alaehua Territory of Florida, That the sum of five hundred The (Resolutions introduced in the Senate
with dollars
the out
or Guardian shall have county together Clerk ol'the
,1. the Court
control or management:. of any real for Columbia County of the Tallahassee Fund, bo. and the same is of this State, and passed with one negative.
to transcribe hereby -
ull appropriated
estate, the property of an infant!, and shall think it county such records belonging for the purpose of causing to be voice-Mr. Henderson rom Hay wood cc'un

r, t expedient to sell the same, it shall imd may be lawful necessary for the or to, or appertaining: to Alachua county, into a book, to he prepared enclosure around the Capitol Square in constructed the a substantial ty-approving the entire course of the President -.
a. by the Clerk of tho City Tallahassee
said executor, administrator County Couit lor Alaehua I ; relation Fral. wereunanioxny
x in to
( or guardian to county, the same to be done under the ca,
by petition to for direction and
a 44 the Judge of thc Superior Court of the district m which said that purpose ; and the records :o transcribed, provided the Treasurer of thjs Territory.Sec. supervision of the [ concurred in by the J..uuse of Repret0ta J? '
't.1 real estate may bo situated, for uulhoiity to sell the same be an accurate copy or transcript, shall be placed in the 2. Be it further lives on yesterday.-Na hviUe! Union,
same. and office enacted That the
; the of said 11.
if the of said public records: for the of posts enclo- --
prayer petition shall toumy Alaehua and shall -
appear to the auid sure are to be of good cedar if n
Judge rCa have all the force, effect, and it can be procured ; if not, of Goo CorNT .'-The commo
xr t sonable and just, it hall be, and is hereby validity of the original record ; heart pine AND MT !
declared lightwood "HoW'will
authorize said lawful to and for transcribing such records, the Clerk Clerks seasoned live oak, cypress or juniper. question asked a crlmhal namely
executor, administrator or shall be Sec.
or guardian, to sell said 3. And be it (further answereVBy ,
entitled to demand and receive from enacted, That the Auditor and you be tried? is improperly
r Y, estate under such conditions as tho interests of such infant the county of Alachua the Treasurer be, and they are authorized God and Cou : It orjg!Dally,
,may, usual 1 compensation to rent u house or houses my ::rlry.
r in the given by law Clerks
< opinion of said Judge, seem to require. copies. to of counties for suitable to all puiposes of their respetive offices of Auditor and must have been, 'By Go! or my CouDU1
} f Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That Treasurer Provided that is, either by ordeal or by jury; for ,1 e
: no
' : 1 authority shall be Passed : the rent qf the does
10th February 1836.Approved,12th. ,. same not exceed
granted to sell real estate as provided : question asked option.in toep rr
p lor in the first section of two hundred dollars a year. supposes
: Kooerand, the is meant to a.sse.flflS
February, 1.839,
Paasedt; February ptb, 183&;-Apprpyed 12Feb. '183 '
6. 'nnbcerice. ,> by'decMng I D<;ther eortbft1

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