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 6, 1841
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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day ui T November in the yet r ol

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&r.ttv1r Incorporation ?ra grunted, 0:1fonf : -
and rcntrictionn therein ,
liraiutionji % .-, WuitaI frnIMibtI. _
Council oT the' 'j'erri 4
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$. certain Bink hj the! name n DjKt or FLORIDA and to all tho<- I
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Subscribers to the c pid 6 it..k1 ;rT- ,

and wwign*;-And wlierea* al9, TERRITORY OF FLORIDA.To TIlE F1.0IKID1AIV r: c- ., -
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Marshal District ;
ieitctntb diy of Februarr, in! th? year of the of / ..t.on 'ud' bill Vv"lgt --.* -- ...iA..---; ..... ..tjij'.ij"' *'"! -w -j -
*published is
tiousitid: eiU b-.indred and thirtyaitl greeting : weekly, at Tallahassee, FJorida __ _
one -1;
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wa pawed l.y the Governor and Leg. F [/ nEaEAS.bvrforet0Wit:0n the eleventh Tt ; Hois&of *?saw i&ss S'fe5' ? s -
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Council of Iho Territory of Florida, V T day of February, in the year of our Lord -Fivc Dollars per annnm, in advance.Advcit'uemcnts LegasLilive :

&jd Charter of Incorporation, a. apprsrP one thousand eiht hundred and thirty-two, njharltr f thr Te ifGy J Flo, U1(1, at Me nnelcenl4, Sewon lcrer'zz Also a fCWIZj rr-spectiog sgToedtdy thaflouse- r-
,rg Ioal enrollment: of wid Charier of In of [ncorporation; wu*granted hy the L $isItthre iiiKertcd at the usual rate,. : (4tth Capitol iii uric $ aVing b en adopted by tbit Light.Ifou. zt Cpe 8i. BIas. a* .
ttcr't'c! of ri0 Communication. aid other 'jltj cif .TdnJajsee, iegiJI.* ,-
toi, aud tjf5ald Council of the Territory of Florida, le a article for inaertcai iii"-thE4Th The GUnefflor be ntoied.
the utlire of the Fcrct2rV of te Tirr1.rfIda Bank to be otalliklied in the City of Tallaliaeroe, in the paper, WM be directed to COa0 I day ofJanuary t. D. 1 84 1. lransmjttd to dHobii3roflowijg mOjj :
well tha pubTic pI&tute of taa. and to tho who should become 5iN| tfQiioiLetters \ -,. -
&i by so ijubucribem IrIlLTPbDAY *
to the
.. nrifltrd bY authority uf tIk1 _aiJ Itank., their. iiiir*m ill* -- ..... .. -
o""f ufun --- --- -.L&p; iiuus
Z and Lrg UW! *. Council of iu; tlie.tu.e.-Gcv. { limitations and restrictions provided in ii.kment, ((} Giasor & IhlSBASn, .r&iu. lIitL pursuant to aqjournmeut; a quorum being To M -LeQjiVc Co ncjj e.I4 acuurnry &a'i ) -
by **" 0"VJ of FlOdd4 -
l a law wan pasBca aid Charter which said Bank wai VvMount's _> prent, thejournal ofyestertlay's I :
incorporated by I pro eedngs read.
? Gamed of flue said TcrrittCiTrth was respeetfufly inform
0d d lie v of Mirth. !n the JCIIt of ..nrthouwwl Iho FLORIDA name" and style ut the 'CENTRAL BANK on Vegetable Life .Medicines. Mr. Ht ocii, from the Select Committee, to which was referred ofthe Legialature : voutaCl!. havo approved th& (o1lowng act '-
.lbe -Ami whrr-as also, oa the thirteenth 7 WllICSE tIie jetitiofl of Mrs. Anti -
hundred and thirty.imir. medicines arc indebted F". Perrn
wglit their reported the 1.
]L day of February, in the year of our Lord one thou. name bilio'bo foIowiug.bi11 n COuceruing !
aflgIUd rcquirmjllie insiiiulc the District n-quiwUs Attorney lra! proiMiiit't <''IrTiLD'Y j gaud I'ifiljl hundred und vliiriy-fyur, an act '.vat to tho maniAcl and Bcrifcil.Ic action of puri. Sh .Mv ofFebruarv, ""SI 9UPPItm'"ltary I to the act, approved on the 2. AIW. art to auwntl thi, niels j rrfereiteii, to fur the therpurposev. 1 ;;4

Mir-h' HanUn* icorioraUon; ; i i i 1 passed hy tlio Lp isljlivc Council of the Territory lying tho springs and channels of life, and enduing ell Plant 1838' "entitled acz inccrporate the Tropi. Tahlattuss u I
of Florida in Company
*;:' fl'Ilt' have incuru-J addition to diid amendatory lo the them with renewed tone ; :
riirclive Districts ai I t-aid charttr ol viiror. fn many hun, Which was read ROBERT RAYMOND
incorporation,-And whereas alsoj three times and REID.
l Li and 1fl : dred passed
(Churl. v o* >er certified ; v .
tneir which
Ye$ ;' flirt, *O hut thu istt., Chat I on the twclith day of February, iu tlu. vear of our< and in alrnoil liavo been made politic Title as aforesaid. %vz.i riil.; ,, a f
Lkf ;mc null uj, ijJ. by the Jud.t Lord one thousand eight hundred and evry species of ditcare to vhich Mr. Church The H..USO then adjourned until to-morrow

-it'll Lc declared. .. .._. nKlriftK; _An.! tin OCt Wai Ua S'd bv thfi flnvi.-.. .rnr.r.. nml M..U 1 j.i.. .i 0 t it.n U the human frame ia liable-_, ..'I..-. !,.... .-- _er -' pursuant to previous notice, asked and nhnnrl! !. .? morning, 10 o'clock.
fthe prCU( Altorn.7ofthe. Unite.lf Council of the IVrrilory of Floridafnrllier to amend .MOFPAT'S LIFE PILLS and PHOENIX j/i.j ClltC I Ol 10 introduce a bill, (Ri bo entitled, an act to incorporate the Cherry Tim r-IIIUAY, February 25th, 1611. i f

ciurr Midde S.l; Uifctrict- florida proserur guid Charter of incorporation., as appears by the j j TEUS have been gratefully and BIT- Lake Academy, in the County of Madison ; Hitm> met pursuant to adjourtment ; and tho! journal of yes.
publicly aeknowl.
.1bo hath: appeared on this day, original enrollment of said Charter of incorpora- edged bt the Whicii was read three times and passed ; terd.iy's prortedings was read.
jTi.rrnorr bcnefitlcd
;? ( Ternary, e.nJ t ty 'hjit' > U uutiajil lion, and said additional and) amendatory act*, of and who were Title &s aforesaid.Mr. : Mr. Branch g.ive notice thit he will
id oa future
previously some
tfj 0iidei i auJ l-e I iiifonnc*!, tha: record in the office of the Secretary of lh s Territory unacqiiain, ted wi h the* Lcmiiully iIiilusojihical Evans dupe a Ml!, lo be entitled day, intro-

w g1 CII..k ti o fFi ric roiiiilyofLenu,, andj1ric of Florida, as well a* by t1.e ;pubict! >tatutcii of Ihei; principles upon tvhich} tl.ry ctm >rqucnt> to introdone bill pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained leave Mnr .hal Frolmnrr. an act to change tue name; of Abraham

frea&I. forfeited itn Charl.1tio Territory ofFlondapiintod hy authority of th Gov.vernorand ly tct.TJi3. a to be entitled, an act to ntneud an act to incorporate Mr. Bronn ', ...

| <1taIt- iw.M'rivi'.cjwai.d; rights imw Legislative Council ofuiio Kami-,-And j LIFE MEDCJ.\ES: ; n-commcnd: t1JClIliI.lve5 the city of Pctistculu, apiuvet1 Mcrclt d, 1839, which sva read Which [srtsenlcd a communication from G. K. Walker! Esq.;
whereas asOa law Wits L tiie three limes and WitS refi-rred ti the
fonlcrrc.il>y w -itsw, anJ he J.ulh pitted Ly Guvornor and in diseases of form ; commjtne ort 6omjfnsatfoi
iTi ibcreby smrfr441 migl.t i-Mie according: u- Ixai"lative Council of thu Teirilory. of Florida, on (j rt every and despripiion. Their Title aa aforesaid. Mr. Binnerminasketh and obtained leave
operation is (without
b.IJ 'B-ik..f n..rid.j.i, t, ?,,- the low th day ti March, in the year of our Lord I Ioue lo loot-rn from tho r.-iats of (he Mr. fish tice:) to inliO'Ju r a bill be previous no
1umIu"1- ",,n.-t ill llif tirourr linn and thousand eislit hundred_ ...A i i..i.,_,.;... ......I.- '. lOiiacli! and bowelg., the varinn-. _... :.:<:- made the l'nlliaincr rcnort : ..l ..1.rn it i to entitled, an act to amend. .. the ri.iripr t
j .n.u. I ana 01 iiiu
kr)1c ""' -' l any it it.td, wh Ihe s.J '! ribing utnl rcquirin.! the Db1rict t Attorneys of said 'crudities constantly Ft-ttling' around iiupuiiiicii them ; and to Ilie.ominittcc ot Eurolled Bills have directed me to report as U hic'j M..iiian.issee' Kail Koad Company; ,
was reid
10 LICrP.U4I U -li.>uJ; 14U' l c Uj-vu vd.YOUI'AH Tti i.Jry tu iic-Ututc llio rtquisie; legal pros C. !- remove* the** lardriip.l. frees uhii-h) I'ollect! in correcily enrolled ; ; and ordered for a second rending on to morr ?v.
wt the
:ig cx-'iinft :sin h hanking i inuor|>oru'.iiin in iluir con v** II-i iijs i.f the .siii.iilcst An act lo Incorporate the Sloinici-llo McKinnon u&ked and obtained fea e,( ithout
1- Rail Road
rej I s IiCI't lrevousnotice.)
p Company
:: !HS-.F.DT: COM pcciive disluctf, .is t:1j.t Live; incuncd ioiltij incijicii.c; hi- Also ; to introduce a bill, to be euliilrd
RU0IU: III (Ii kiv ii t IL( UJ iDCD. j turi a of thrir charters by non usrr. und lo Orrslslte mrh col'i-rtpd* only partially cii'dii-- l..i.c, uml if-a* e routes t memuri.tt to&CoILgrc&i *" United *- for mail of Wolves ill tIn 7'erritory of Floifda, an act to encourage the deslroj-iiig

ttl *1 tfv.,4tj*" t.Ciiiiert; I I llio KM me to efiect t>n Hut the$ iid J Cliurlcrs! l1a.cs behind! a> t thrice
fldT ( I might he declared null and \oid al L-iihlivciu-ns$ 'with' ali; Also! in act to authorUo read and passed -
1tlt.r.lIf by t.n) jud iia.tri'in nf the Brunswick ; .
sud $L" k :" r* that llu-y be I iii'jnlb'i I cviU! m tudiJeu and Florida Rail lload Title ;as afoirsnid.
I I'fjlii! ()irojo-r Cotiri.-in tiuid D..trict- And wheroas dijrr.'ica, with ilf Company *
IUMIIIIII.' ratcd '
lr sS""r: t--it 4,1 ihiir ; ; of
ih Ju ; 'liailes S %i i1!. 1'hUfactii; the State of Georgia to Mi. Bush in.ide .
y: Aiurney of Uie United 1 SLates will the following -
4' F "" .' '"" c"J"iy "' J-< 0'- Known In all Titular unatu/iii t construct a Rail [trad through thu report: '
DJ.It9: 1 for the .Middle Dis-lKct wh.i i-xauiine Tcmtory of Florida -
uf Florida The .
'1 'hi J.tfl' sy iiet nr sm h proe utiiiifiir'baid the hum-in. !bowels afu-r A llcsuluiiou( Coiiin.iUte; on Enrolled Bill have directed >
f4rIl ci-alh ? ,ho
Ter1ory. hath apju-nrcd on ihi day ; tinj hence the fcqucrting Delegate u, to' me"lo'report[ a--
u.IV i'I nIj.'irn'd tu. utt4u1t on hclull', il' \>tcjnditc Congress procure the corrretly unr IItfd. .
(:tt (,1 Cu ..iiiItyurU.1I'I of.aiJ Territoryand hy hin:, Iho ( o.trt here i iriven :: < thou v fll-iii'onjfd men sgait* quackniotJiciiKK enuctmett of a law, giitg t to iht) Goeruor ot this the Aa --- .
'U / Territory .
flnii.c" Il.', u'jinv? tJiit'w they forClurtir tiiundc-r.tcnd and l t'u :nri/rnifJ.liat! thecaid-'Cci.-!; ..r niL'difiiMi prepared und hcraldrd to franking privilege ; act to 'uicorporutu the cily T>f Port Lron. -

h. d ) lial B-inK of j'i.i ida" at iho ,aid Conniy of Leon the world by ignorant* Tho An act to arnciI 'n-tos. IVI.
Il C U I. 7. ay I : a ) jier.Mtiix. hccund effect : an act cutitkd TIQA! -
l.il C in the) !AlidiJ'c! I 1 j ati act to iucorporajJ itv of <
Iislrn of .Moinuai
; i ofFioriJa afoicsaid; hath furS tin* Life .Mi-dieint-j txuuiiimeojbtironed Bills.
tht B.'ik of F'.ri'ld" ,11 .ud it lo ( IratiM .kna1aC1ii'o1i.
? ihu 1 I llu,11 Mr.
.- raUi'l'- s.,,. iii.U ttj. IId mie aTItJ 4 4a fciu-d.iu,.Charter...... and all the fi-aii'.hi5 fftitiiorrcu pnvieu.ii.4IIn. bladder and. by ili snt>mi. tho livir:..!.-.I*>.>I---j.. .>.d 'I>i t-,,__ ------- ,,tIU.14_ __ t iII.?__ iiI nii, :. .. r*Brown_ -- from i a"Select Committee" mode ihe following report :
-! u tt t> : ""os UI119. J. IIU IUILliU1Ve
Ut U uaIscl.;'& y >u.i- Uio healthful .icii..ii of appointed to'conler with His Excellency
jinmttiitk$ prt' winch Mr. tbe Governoi
; tia, and !ialh prayrd "that iclrt entr.-Jy; tfof.fiid! Urowp, from ihc Committee Banks -
a fac'at inj1rht < on made the the
iioJ-.i.lo an.lTrri up. following on Kc oluiiu.i
( rrcd: a ;i'.sspi>4ii>n on the ru I > passed by the Legislative
II of Council
1 isbuft law arity the- for
.mI according to to FUII.HIUU tlie bai-J Ccntrai urinary report : ,
!' aifurlhr! ) t to do and ; orj.-ir.rf. The ihc r> lief of ihe Executors
9J ry blood .
UT Bankcf Florida to apdear bt-foie thin Co-rt, wlcli: la lit s ils mi color froisi ol\James W. Exuut, late Marshal of
,141lle ani ,'irl ll-en c"-i( ll. ,rc /f i i:, lie agency of To be inserted No. 5. ihu We-tern District
I > ; Ml ihu proper lime and pUcc; and show cause ifj lhu liver* and the lungs Lrfoie of Florida, have performed that
tlull c-j-ii..diT end il duty
h .af ,
into Which
in passes the received and read. -
limn, > j; any ilcould why the said Cliajtcr of Incorpora- | hf.iiit. being tluu was b(>g leave to

_.$.Ild re ( rter oflicrr. ciruiat.d.tt ts t lion should ii'jt he prcoiled and declared null and uy food iu* ilk-d by I 11 in, nn.l nourished j The title of the bill reported is, a bill to be enlitled, an act to repeal REPORT-
.Ol ui s 'Itiun L coining a rlean :
,o1Lh void: lomaci! courses the3Uh section and the last clause of the 9th section of
j.uUic 1:1: 1 the charter Tint His
son.c ; freely
ia-i\n ajvr through the veins i Excellency is
t -HF.RFFORK YOU ARE rcacw, satisfied with the !
HHIIEBY COM-i every jiart of the I of the Union explanation which the
Bank of Florida
Pi' '. .il ( 1-iriiJa, r the fj>ai.<: of tircc; j aud } ; .
lcm Committee
g1Je f th 'Jat iifrc'if and thai | MAN DEO. That y.u make known to the said 8y trinnij'Juiili'y u)*>uti( the banner of Which read had with i l-ioi, in regard to the justice of th. said
tbe ; ,
day : was
,bff'' J.nd "C "Ccnirai l'.ank of }Florida. and all 1'resident Ui- i botillli in lie liluouini! chffk.i claim, mid he has instructed the Committee
tc rCIII3> ul'liitb \\ril, jonrjiroeteil.the The Resolutions read follows to report to the HOOK
rector, Caklncri alit! Sloclihoii'crii thereof'thatllny .Motfut' as : Ithitt
i if
f 1rrt day oi U.c neiltPjm* of i < Vegetable! Life 31edicinci* have they will! ri-turu the resolution! to him lie trill
% hi- before the Judju of mr Superior Court. of ttior.iugfly titled, and heeii Resolved by the Senalc and House f Reprcjenlatices of the .Terri sign it; ;

the Middle Divtrid of Florida fur ihe County 'ii!'- pronounced a sovereign I of Florida That the faith and honor of Florida TROS. BROwS, CJwirman.
_iUCLLRD \VKJ.LPOni[ 1)). remedy* for lvsj's ry must, and will be Which
VLe.jn on the fourth of |pi.iu!, Flatulency, was concurred in, and a thereof
Palpitation directed
Monday April next uiVri oil copy bo
to traos
this Iti''i t1adilV maintained inviolate.
Chrk of oW fc<*i ' i the dale of this writ or o.icli other lime of Appi-tile, Ho.irll I to i ho Senate: .
an the >iUii
o' January A. D IfiM I 1, and the BIuEiliyear F\ and** flcad.[ j Jiesohed That the uf the bonds issued -
of the Indfjiciidcnec oft u' Unit Court may bo adjoumidlo, at ilo Coirrt House of( at lie, Ke'lWsnefcS, II -Lcnlicr, Anxieiy, /.Jineuur validity and faith pledged by The House refused to concur in the amendments of the Senate 1
said of Loon ihn > ad Territorial Government, will be and held tod
County at c-ny of Tallahaticc, in Milatirlioly, ustr.cics recognised sacred ly the bill be
Am Lhariheu to entitled.au
Stales wf iii-a. 'l I act to the
Cholera secure to
(4 said Counly to *lo\v; if shy thng they] fur theinKilvcs Fivers of people of Florida, under form of people of this Territory a
I... (L M'F.LLl-'OStl 1). Cl.-rk ,ft : ali ;iid, }Khvumati, Gout any government, they may hereafter sound currency.rI1. .
rf..uri ofilifl Middle Dii.uii 1 4.f have, or ran ay. tvliy the said Charter ofJ of all kind: *. Cr-.v_l lv ( DropsicK- I j I assume. C .. _. I f- .! I
''r *- Incorpordlioci ol Uo "Lenlral JUnk it FJorida -- --- -- ---....lt UUU Iii. JihU'Z 10 inis iiouso a bill to entitled
J 'jOfl.suiflptiuH ,
Florida fcr Leon County.rflnCEUlwrMiy Resolved That do in the of an act lo-
we name constituents
L should not be rcpculot, annulled, and nn1e void, Scurvcy, Ulcer,. Inveterate Sore, Scoribl our the people' ol amend LiLt tct to iiicorporate city' of Pensacola,

given of ilie A>reuruf; pro- and all liberties, iui'i-uiiiliei- lils. privileges und trupl, zud Bad : .: ) ., ErB ?? Florida, denounce the doctrine, so injurious to their fair fame, that they 2d, I83Ouspuscd by thatbofly.AUo aprr6ved March

franchUe, by the /line ruiiterred, be izt-il into C-u.an.trMllo.. are either competent or inclined, to violate their faith
is : plighted to the
\\ati\n !'. *" "rwMoni mentioned uud cern clou.Jjr and OIlivr dkagreeaUe a bill t-ntrled, an act iu auihorue fshanj Blake -
\ thercl diiertrd.LriJII poBsefciMii& ; and control of said Territory wf Florida, Cin.ipkxioiis. Sat! Uheuin holders of those Territorial bonds whichhave been issued their and :John* D ..
l am y Erybipilal by Parish to execute certain
I, emn.n REA.D. kiul further to do and receive what the naii Court Cuhis and Irif1iiiiza Common authority. deeds and for other purposes, as Jndcfilnilely
then} end thereof il and ilictn i and Um various other postponed.
I in ll.it It-half
I Khali I con
of f ihu Mi-Jd'.e I Hi* r'u t f Florid, Paints The Uous.t received from
%&rshai which affl.c! the Senate the
consider and direct,-And further the human frame. following communication: A bill t.> l be entitled, ao act to -
KACHLiiM; I>. .MOF" t you oro cominanded ? Fever repeal the smli secijon
' !3.5 LyJulIN tu give notice of the institution of thic procecdrng.by : Affue particularly, u.. Life Jlediciues have )been The Senate have concurred in the substitute of the House of He. entitled, an act further to amend the charter of of ihe act r

. TERIUTOItY FLORIDA, publication hcreofin home. public neus. lfl.t t ,,,,m..n.j' MicciMiuImncl.|. w that presentatives, for an act to aid the administration of. Justice in the Insurance and Trust Company the Southrra Life
i in
paper in the Middle! DiMriot of Florida, for the i the FcvcrJ Southern District of Florida.Feb. approved Feb. llth, 1833 and to-
Jfars/wl/ of !tic Middle District, Aguedn.tnicui,1ihyajcj1. ahnon revive the nineteenth section of the
(k space of three tnuiith& from the day of the date' veoally uni. 25th 1841. act, en'mled. an act to incorporate
prescribe them. %
greeting : hereof; and thatynu' niaku return of this writ and of I Iyonr A II .!._. tte', llm Soulhrrn Life Insurance and TrustFebruary -. .

. 11EA' lierft<>.'"uri! lo Mil: on Hie eijjnthoiy S proceecSuii'9 tfl.tfli on the Crtt day of licit SL I .'LUii.L require, of his patients, i. J. J. KUUlNSlttl, Secretary LJILULU. 14.1. ,, 1835. was taken up ; ,- /,

(ItS February, tu tIt year if our Lord terui of our aid Coon.ViTKE to be particular in Aing the Life Medicines atria The House received also a resolution from the Senate, directing the Mr. Brunch moved that the bill be laid the -
hundred ajj.t l ; CliariTluorH \ LL1l. 11 A LtD C. ly nerrding to the of on table ; ;
lltasand eight Ui.rly-i.voi WCLLFORD, direction U J3 Commissioner the Tallahassee fund to allow credit of
Uot t by n ,, eight bun- "On this mt.tion the and i il'i !
| | >riiliun V.tN UlivcwloDhc Clerk of our sad: Court, this IttJh dar of paper notice, nor by any thin! ; ,that, ,ho Liinsej,ews dred dollars, on a judgment against Thos. Brown ays nays were. called by Messrs. Smith hand I
of Florida,lo tu.-li A. I II. 1041 ami ?, ; Williams and were : -
Territory prrfoimj Miiy-fiilh: % year My in their. favor that h, ,
.. of rcildiu Datik, of A hope- to gtio crcdl /, Which was unanimously adopted by the House. .
_j -* crJbe to ttie Fl rk a Iliel jell ii I Imlopcndrnce.1LG. Ays-Messrs. Baun-rman Brown
[itjliViitla'a; in Ilie T
i-l torn ply uirii (lie iirovisioii-oi'saiJ Cliarlcr, the Superior Court of the Middle D lriclof __ a. ILL relation to public elections, with: additional amendments non, Miller, Jlosely, Miens, Sddbury and Sleptiens-J2. I

- iisid Ihiik wan llOr(1r'd| !>y the ii-uuc and Florida fui Len County. a domestic guide to hralth. This lit tie 'pamphiet! Mr. Myers moved that said bill be indefinitely ; Na < -Mr.Speaker,Slesws. Bell, Bird, Eviw, FerHandez, Fontane, Nuno- -

t'TuE; !MCKCIIANT! Aft 1NTEas' HK !(II edited by W.B.fcSRii.373Brr1iray| N. York On this qucsli m the ays nd nays were called postponed Messrs. ; Pent, Priest, 4initli, Stcele.Tarlor; TLijpia and Wllhm14.. .'

IaGOIiA-.llJ; whcr.* $. liO fl ike twtfJsJFcruary. "j'RTOTICE I' in herely iriven of the forpjoino ,troJ. h Hhccn publWed for the by Stephens So said motion was lost.On .
and and
the ufor Lord one th'iu- \ rceij.ug to all purpose of explain-, Sadbury, were :
iu yi-ur pcn>miK muntiom-d and concerned
;L. tight ImcJred ai.u lt.irly-uv<>t an u't was therein, as I am t!<<:rct>y Jirt-cit-d. wary found fu ly! Air.. Moduf.iheory. (afdit'cae-i.. and will Ays-Measw. Bell, Bird, Bush, Fernandez, Fontane, Myers, Nu. the question xlnil: this bill pass its second reading the iys

ijltli'Govtriitor! and L *jn; ''aiivc Council n tI LELiII: It EAt I). highly int ,.klm? to persons ive1Cirg nes, Priest, Smith, Tylor, Thigpiit and Williams-12. and nays weru called by-Messrs. Smith and Fernandez, and were : -

. Ttmtory of Fl'> amend, tin! said Cliurlcr Marshal of the Middle Dibtrlct.f>i Florida, hcahh. It |rt-U( upon prevalent* dseaM., and the I Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bannermin,, Brown Bryan Branch Ayg-Mr.Speaker, B.& ncrmn, Bird, Bryan, Fernandez, FonUne KueaV

h1pwaUjI ; And whereas also' on tin- lif. a y I 18 by JOHN KACI1LER. D. M. causes thereof. Trice 2.i entsC.r ...I i. i iMoffat' -, ..._ 1. !.'.,?.,? .VI. 1": MII. IT i w. ,.. Primf. Smith Trivl.iTK.... .. \ : :_ *
4&; II! February, in the ycur of our Lord JLUJIBCH.UPERIOR agent d Ilu L.'aur, .v.iv..ji, miner, .uoseiy, fent, Sadburv, Stephens ---- -- ------ -:--- ----- --- .'-
L'eiittrally. ( andSteele-1-1; Nays-Messrs. Be!?; Brown, Bush.! Brancli Church
itlwu>tnd .igi> I hundred uiJ lliirty-'onr.' a OF PLANK !
J flsp&U4d. by < L(>;:'ii.iatvc: CuU. ( ol li.i ..- S description. troi.i the ', \Vorkn, ofevery 1rottaitie. MediriMC arc for >+>, b; The motion accordingly was lost. Mo eyAljers! Pent, Sadbunr, Stephens and Slecla-ia.

>f Flaridj, fu;,].lcnicnal to the aii! 11 by applviii" to us. 1'rans-CisIi., may Jr.5 1tNDOLI'Ij & LlJs.: j I Mr. Fernandi! z then moved that the said bill be laid on the table The bill was then laid on the table.

.fIHCorputI'fl!: SI' appear by the nrii-i iof I I- 12 On this the ; The House went into Committee the
1hu1ttlt A)_BBTT N4e_ FISHKR. question ays and nays were called by Messrs. Fernan. of Whole, on the petition of -
iiajil Charier tat( Incorporation, PUBLIC NOl'IUK.
!a ij tm-ndn'ut, aiul Faid cupplenivnuil attf TO THE PUBLIC. CAUTION i dez and Bird, and were : Messrs. Thompson & Ifrgner; -Mr. Bell in the Chair. After some

% V_, HEREASJchF.Jo.epl, ||jr..v d-.1 C., ii|lLarsy}| huh, Adin'r. of j Avs-Messrs.: Bell, Bird, Bush, Fernandez, Fontane, Mosrely, My. lime spnt ill consid-raliou thereof, the Committee rose, reported- :

it, well us Ly I.e public t-tatnTCK of tlic Tull-il.HSM'fl, and iiiiue {rcncrully theciti-I liar pale by auction! on thi day. crruin, adverted J,4 |<:rs, NTiiiej: l'riu-st, Smith, Taylor; Thigpin and Williams-13.i said bill to tho House and asked to be diicbarged from the further I

!' of FluriJa, prinu-d hy *eUnnty of the ztn of the hi'.rrdnidinj. -ouulic of tiic Territory ?** g*1es of s-id vlt.*((., ( ; ard: i Nays--Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bannerman, Brown, Bryan Branch conudera'iun of said petition' ;
vijuiflcif IA'Oh ,
ir.d Le ih1ativ C.'Un'-i! of the s.&ie.i4rtu .- I of Florida akool' j.dj.ic-iit r ol Gcurg'n Cou.ty, C.iuit It. hy I Which
t'Ur( L ase nil Church Evans McKinnon Miller Pent u-port was concurred ID and
flditlg4 Lu Sadbury Stephens and petition laid
thai table.
aLiu, a Uiv H.-IK 1as..ed. hy the Gov >r- t'lat l.<: i as ci.i
LeIELiv.! C.cjiict! jf Mid Territory. Oil DRUG .lrator [p'erlri.-il.U to ,ell i| .af, s.ijj *I1l'lIft. .Virclt 13. of the Whole, OB a bill! lobe eoi
AXD CHKM2CAL R VSIXKSS |I-4II". ; nl, thin !
tWtbday of March, ILl the yeif; of our LordfUtMaifc1cigiiiJini.rcd I having been by dme. ofsi.i: couti, hearing iicgr.eI-djtc'the So said motion was lost. !! nrrX ldefo.'ilhe Wiatment of a Commissioner to
autho.diequiruig in the city of 1'alIa Ii&icr. jit ii 3 Berry Row, ,, moved that the Ilodse settle, -, : *
: ud thirty-nine lat January, 1B4I, rL vOk-dI. lfaMfd, an4 Mr. Stephens then concur in the amend arising under any law of this Territory since
jUc District Attonjey* of said (use door from Ihe Pimt Office.) 1 aside and I Iho s.t the of the .
ifljiiIiii..ti J.en tofte tnonts( of the Senate ; vUpoa war with the Serainole
grnni.J! Indians
)j to .iitite: tins requisite lezal 1rueted.uistFuLh The quality of his fl' ck of Mcdirinc.s <5'r. he bald 'r. aailn.I and for I&
Umndn InCori, >oralioii in their can sjffly and ronlidntly rcroiiniciid. lo tlo: m>e 1.-.. ._- ..;_i I havn----- -I- t h'-i I I lJa'fi, .M! ; "this
tltri4I,, os itiIt have Incurred ioneiihuCtirLtr of ths Fobiic ; (roiii liis i ]J.is"<.v-ii:<' c und Lung tx- 'Mid co.nl I and- 1.1.. '-,I.i--!-,,-itt, ?jurj,- ,. -in i-onii-inpi cii. and rernandez, and were : ineieoi, the '-'ommiltee rose, and by their Chairman
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hy no/i-ir>erund l pruccut'L&a perieni-u in ihu l.UMnctunh. 1m i-xir-uciiro nriinitanii. Jaw. and ii, the teeth uf u.'t dc a rec aMintv an.f ',*,thi.thu ,, Ays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Dancerman, Brown, Bryan, Branch, reported said) bill back to the //ouse, and recommend, that it be refeired -

ffui, wi iual the said Charter* IIIIIZ'll' | : uiih tc!: niott re-pic-tatio: \orl!.(-rn and : tion, IIIM.U II|poll tbu at tempt lo nmkoMich iiij.ii! ale* Church, Elztmrdi, Kvuns, McKinnon, Miller, Mosely; Pent, Sadbury, to the Committee on Claims, with instructions tu
yea K'lrviDt-an' H.JU! C 1 in h- lions be report
null ? M can tclit-d .
tnj void uf ihe on.D thereon
hy -Judgment N.,,,. I have. Stcviu 15.N'ays on Mondny; .
|VCffCih* it ,y if| .iy, tip forewarn ti.tt Stephens, next, or sooner;

Cou41 ttk in v, fiid Litrict.-And the United whereas.Attorney'of St teiiif g f.'hcmical I'ulenl JJnlicine$, .ru gical In- |Adinnii-trator.iU.: : i- this; i irfuli. and ti.inl,,,,,, ,|1WH I?ha, ?,lu- i -Messrs. Bell. Bird, Bush, Fernandez, Fontane, Myers, Which report was concurred in, and the reference made ac. -

$L4de Ii.ti ict Florida, roHctutinR for I ILsr7IiiLi Ii Uznc. Is. Paint? Oil t rt? .. | I'CI 1, i-ai-1 in uiluu, |l0tt.r or N,II,,hority t,, Nunes, Priest, Sriiithi, Taylor, Thigpin and Williams.-12. cordingly.
or I..aiida
and an citciiMvo assortment of French* Ensli convey ;, or t to make |title| ?, K4.d. House therefore concurred in A bill lo l be entitled -
red ihi f The the
j.pe on diy "Il
-ttuA Trritory, acd by Lint the Court hereto PERFUMERY: : j the fl.rItCr.16th may uua-Jvutd opul. 'I he House wen' into Committee of the Whole, on a bill to be en. in the Courts of this Territory, and for other purposes, was laid!

Wt, .uudi-ffcland and te jniorrnrd' lltat the lilcwUc notucri-uH; FANCY ARTICLK.S ; a of i Juniiiirv. 1311JJflTj titled, an; act in relation to Executions and Decrees iu Chancery-Mr.Thigpin on the table.
| SlcrchtLt.' and I'lanUr. hank of Mjf: wlu-h I he will! dispose* uf, lu loun aid i ifrit I I j) A Resolution! -
i.-onntry IIARLKY i.i tho Chair. After some time in in favor of S. J.
it spent consideration
Wit eon of Le-.m aid Middle nUtrictfuriiulcd lids I there Perry was read a third time
nly and draltTk, on t.e! tiot liberal lerWhol and -
l iln ..irtcr, and all ihe'rgeii.riguu t ale add retaiit! I at One of Iho I vtrt at law of n-, Il.- rl.-v. <>: <" lay of the Cuinmitce rose, and by their Chairman reported said bill to unanimously adopted by the House.

and ri.inuniiiee.therebyni4bjr lie has endeavored to incil/llie public t15t1 1 THUMPMW 'S. IIAGNER, the House with sundry amendments ; A bill to be entitled, an acl lo authorise Executors and A drain is, :
non-uur, and lie liatii prjyud that LJii. iiii. J -3 Hi. -i-tint s and u.lornevs trators to sell ;
by elabl.bhii'g a I Upon[ concurring in the amendments, the ays and nays were called Real Estate in ccitain cases and to certain -
repeal -
i isue ,
itkiiTh might accurding to law, to .uii- otla Water Fountain! = Jnst Kcccivcdj I by Messrs. Jrmith and Evans, and were : acts l herein mentioned, waylaid on the table. -
.Merclianu' chr.T.
and Tlnntera' Bank fl. Betlon
"to tpnear before thin Court. at. the on a new cnJ hijh'y' imj roved principle, which pER. ,.. ....i.f Cit.1.C .n.l, a._,large ATI vc-and_fine i as- I Ays_Mr. Speaker, Mnsr Bannerman. Brown. R..d liElzuardi f'km94.! A bill to be entitled, an act for the relief of R, mnr :n n TI -

tiaend place, and >)awcauio if any it J makes ana efficacious render* and the Medical!quality. of the wa- nifty of other Vv Fancy -Articles.'" -" u. r>t uuu r va. % Fernandez McKtnuon, Miller, Mosely, Myers, Nunes' ton, w s.postponed until to-ruoriow. .
| ter oiore
.,7tlell4% : Charter of lucorji.jrttlion should ; MgrecaIIe.acairnoNsl'aluiIy AlcciciiifK, and rUitu- UT 19 21 1 PETTOV'<: FISHER Pent, Priest, Sadhury, Stephens and Williams-17. A bill to be entitled, an act amendatory to the several acts inco

ULEFORt. iIt4j 4 YOU dwlared ARK mill HKKl-BV>nd void. COIL' tion suppliescarefully put up ; and the mo't strict For Sale or Utcm. 1 Nays-Messrs. Bell, Bird, Evans, Fontane, Smith, Steele- Taylor porattng Ihu C.il-1 Dirt ufFlonida, wj read a third the. ,amend. ., .

DID, That you nuke kncwn to ,the vaidlerchai.u attention will '* bestowed to the accuracy and ex- .. A liAND-OlI TW'O-STOHY andThiguiu-8. ed ijtthOIIuicasfoilow :. lie itfurthereuactedThatatl rights.

.uj phntcw Bank of Magnolia," eco ofl of all order I.I, I FRAME STOKE eligibly *itua.ajed So the amendments were agreed to.The" and privilge under thsamended cbartcrshall be forfruduol
''OTiendentf, Director, Cashiera; and'Stock. >, 1'lie Bulncriber hopt through uwidaity, and atteotioa : far busii e ,s near -the1centre of bill w is read u second and third time. a rtiajority of ihe stockholders in said back shell s

witkctcof, ; that they before the tu bucineaa, tueu ijo and merit a bhareof JUil Road Elrrct. Port UonA lib fr ul thu ( witbiuooayear
aj.pcar Jodg* Mr. Smith offered the following amendment pauge hereof. notify the GOvernor .. -
*hpenut Court. wf'.U.. nMiddle jDiatrlct of public patronage. eral c-redil will be, given on goca necurily. We : : of-.thi Werritoryoi-
."r.th? wuoly uf L4o Ta the fourth I ROBERT L. DAKEg.Dfc. invite the attention oflhove wishing a favorable Provided) that thi< act shall bo of no force in the County of Escambiaand acceptance stftite modifications and restrictions bcreiacouta *'

"-i! April wtt.after the dalo if ihu writ, 6. 22lf No. a. BerryVCioods LLowiv lend for- lusico**. in the counties eal of the Suweone River." eu. -

"wrume at tie court' nrajr M adjourned in More* M'rtAUUHT A ORMO.ND. I Upon inn amendmeutthtf( ayes und nays .wre called by Mew Also; by cn iiiging the 3d section, so n, to make i ia forfeit ure.both

''wwUiowe .f. aid county cf, Loon in hF- aobfcribcr. oilers the following article at Pott Leon, Wov. 7,1U40.MISS lbtI a( Smith and Fiwtaiic,-and \vere- of the original cbnterand the present amendments .if,the said bank fl
cf ;
sTaUah&se;iej. o th.n.c1's in said count/ to 'show i if .prirate Beat'wMttiJwhfkt ale ; family floor, ,' C. SMITH Aye"-Messrs. Bird.'Evaos, Fcrnnndcz, Fonzane, Nunet, Priest, shall ever..fail, to redeem its: notes in specie ; -

svocc&Da7_. .. 'I open a SCHOOL hi Smith Thigp'jn; ; and Williams-. Upon, the iquestwjiof jhe .
NM chiri.r oT.id incv L L -! 'Th. Superfine 41.1 do WILL Tallahassee on the ; passage of said bill, the -ays and aayz ..

.id J Plainer bank of MaWolia,1! *should! Pilot Bread/ -" -., it.ti j and Monday twelfd of January next, for Girl, !Nays Mr<, Spenker, Icsiw.' Banoprmnn, Bell,, Brown, Bush, nero called. by Messrs. Myers and Taylor and were : .- ,:
Boys under
**-A rnaskd aid loadcYoM add all ILi Soda Cracker do ? ., ?,: fl* r .. will bo m tho lower jcawof tofj,yf ge.Mr..; Her Carm't schoolroom Church', Elzuifrdi, JIcKinnon, Miller, Moely, Myers, Pint, Sad ys-Mr. Speaker Mcwra. ifannoriaaa..Brown. Brja,: Baib, iBraai -

$ Acsm ribtsprjvi1egi aid frany S-'amily Sugar fleer; -" "''- '. vu* new house; in Monroo street. ,: bury Stephens, Steele, and Taylor-16. Church, Ewni, McKi.aon, Ul rkM tat7, Sadbory, Stephenaai4, &eele.a.

&.OBlrol of said *rerritorrf, **itod, aa4 into TartJier p&s- Prime; Pork, I MC Miss SMITH eojapw tu death all' the trancbei.i .- So.aidmQtipn.\vaiol. i Nap4Iiis, gall1. Bird, koi4ns MyerJ( ZhniuiPsntPiezt, Smids

[ ttivt what the aid"Cou'rl tfiea'aiid PbHadflpliia Porter. -<* rr i usually required j aNdbOpesby her, exertion in IIethcz.propqssdJie oi.lqwlnjj : ,.. TaytosT ':i4r4O ,'s ek 1; I ,

'UIskh.dfhat1 enucider and direct,and BuxeiCaymn 'Pdp|>crl- ,;. i* ', >.ti the factioii.prpfflotjon of l.er pupilv to render general >a* 41 Any individual, btjjuUic rigbtn, or the constitution gPtbo United .;; So MI J billpassed..* : -- .. I

BreoraiDinded 'to ive notice of the do, London Mustard- JA. ;; ,. j I r *M J* --- A... .,. iOiffA States to the contrary nntxvitlidtnndiii"." -

ly ?w ton proceeding r i by* Mw publication Middle piaUiel lie reTE'WtfwWf 1.2do, de UaiMiis.RiIoinK: -,.- 4, I ( rphy and Reading,' ft5.00 Upiht: ihj tiiyeQd TO1. r >aCaMed." by :Mes W.emt.' .Mrfetci! .io aiftk'' the ehart vf t1i Souder ?

? t.. Th above, vitlWnitingandArithinedeUl ''8.00 Lift .
IiWMueafld auftfan
7> *u* pic* of itirMi months froin the Dryed l'eachc. Tat aboT 4. i a third tfn* -
w *Uikeicof n'hiWl- *, withgUQraaiiaarGeogra- Ps'rudtz Funta'NwePnet
and loaty &'inaVtreturn .Crash8ogar Sdtb
JJJ*_ <" J. ir r>roc. 4iof*UefMta, oa Gadn! burn r, $fatijily arlichj: <-- /' .;, -,- Talakuke pbj! : and flislp/y, D O. ;6I64O. ,,u V 81A M i: la.QO .t: ': }r c5 dj I
MU icriu of slid Fort Sliorry and CnasiipagueVinea, -
our eonrt.q ,pfeagt,1 lep8r3, Bannernian, Befl .&vvn asb the
jk WEIXFOKD. Bdck wheat Flour, ; For Bent, ') Chtiicb, Eli iirdi, Evan 1 cKt9o90iMilerMoeiy! Territorial bonds from the : -
; ? Territory
Myen it1
r ustcaitLIu; 'i8hdiy Lot of whip*, atnorUd, Hrrt quality or Florid j

; A, D J84I, and ality-finh year Bed* and M attune*, .. .c ,-TWO- TOBV DWELLING 'HOUSE,** ;) '- 3 i.tr -ii. I r 1 Th$ t1iqie.iot tbe. ays: ind -
tre t. adiacw
fo/md olth f thPresby -
| 6o -
th.uua.g'tsuii I Opodeld;- .- *.- < 3e q3Otona&JO1t Sw ,.. ---r rM3fr
terian t11zcI3. .Enquire 0f. ? *isu.H9vr rrrin; ; -,
ness ) Glaw war* of T;fi wi klndo ,. !(4frh'eilyes ana w'ere then called the
oay tsi
p"i riiiicKri upcn a of
4ii Decanteri LarnpTflmlier] 'iicte1'84o; ;: 22,; f j. a. p e MHJ biUnWf $flkku .-

LG4 ELLYO qLk Wlneii, Cbafppajne** & Jfce/ .. '' ..ali i.wnwTEli': !:." '.*' byjIe r : ffl.l M.W-A ia! tlr.a. OW H ** 8n.4a4tsL.3J; tliO4t f1ui; t t 4* J

Cr.iibic.el&fin4y v.1. perto? ftrW ftlLOUR, HAMS, BACON fllDEfi, roI Iitti i[ 4ookiyM cOrp. Bafonerraan, Brow Bufrf.Churdn : '- : : -

Lt4 L .k.cq -12J S .' .t4t; 1IWd)7 1' tfr4 ::1 $ t1g __
I1t 4riu
LEIG11 READ. Bulbous Boot*, a great variety, &e. &c. b y Kern &Eirkwj, and next door to R. NsysZturs. Bell, Bird Evan Fernandez- ? -n _
Fcnlane Mouly : 80 said notion wa* lost.Mr. .
k W st UM MUMI. Diiuiet of Florida. R.J.HACKLEV.DocTC. J. Hackey! action toss, bDeo / ,

I byJlioP.KACHLERD.M.) Silt 19, 1840 21 F. GE1tAPflINI : N ncsa Priest, Smith, Steele, Taylor Thigpin and Willioro*-.19. : .- Fernandt moved that sad; bill be indefinteIypcaed .- -fl __


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..4tvd fit loll. wtpenao fbr.tlie ottrntoecU. than, aa..jexpmenco ba pro; 11pt, -Mr. Speaker 'M f9. tn5en "? :: .J, ;. .\ -'_ yittiait. ... _
Upo: ft|. O'l' tote".81'. 'vtyt* +tt* oolled b) ,Jttwn. ,can be done In any.other wk; Fire yeirahavo passed over"rfnce tMf Bryan, diureh/Efana,' Fernandez,.'Tootano,"'bli9ler, aeely, .part or ,&0 | &*....'do** .w .
; :
,I Branch and j era -..,tiretsi! /Oro< ffrnMnrrfnonl of this diaetroua dia aceful war, aud'tile':' e V. Pent, Prtat,'Sadball;ete\h8QI\? T fr'Thrglxn.--20.,; tioelaa/. the i of the Secretary at .

; A Morn.,B.8k4!Jt lac Fotarte, Mosey Hr.t! Iai! ifiterosta'Florida the national :boSSf, and the national veal: ,'.'Nas .-Metttas.'Smith tad Wflliaros.-2. I the sufferers in tliis Territory, with want t of eooSde? ,

i Priest,.. tII.Tlrl for, ."' r14am-1: =. &like demand.that it should be closed., ,A strong incentive lo\'. iye.operations So the motioo prevailed. -. It would also produce confusion,, and thereby retard tfea .
!Nays-Mr.Bpotker, Mw' *. Bu. *t..n.- Brown. Brysn. Bulla, .Braacl,,' is'to be found iq the peculiar and exposed condition'of, The commit reported to the House t bill to be entitled, an actor many debts and claims which should.have beenThe -fen* & "
.. 1 Church,Mer..oa Minot. Mvei*. s 8..b t i sad Supk \ -It. of Commissioner to settle all MtUtia Committee are further of that
rid,., Connected with tbe threatening aspect: of our foreign affairs ,., to provide f ,the appointment n ? ; ,t i,1 opinion the, appa nt-sae
t I So aid motion prevailed. with a sea coast, equal to one-third of that of the whole Union, Claims arising under any law this Territory! since the c mmenC8-,1' cial Commissioner is not only useless, bat hi re r ,
; .t A Resolution io..voror. John :Wooten was re 4 n second time; open lo foreign invasion, within a day's sail x>f the black regiments of mint of the war with the Seminole_ Indians and for other purposes I salary of this officer would be another rtheo"upoa' .. ;to

; I! Upon the question of tbo oassnge ot this bill upwVtf aeroI I read Jamaica, whose landing on our shores would be the signal. of i servile Which report was received. ;''greatly embarrassed treasury ; the services to be re; ,1i(

: : "rig reading, the .y, and nays were called by MelTrs. Branch andSmith insurrection. Florida would have-enough to contend against, with Mr. Thigpin! moved that said bill be indefinitely postponed ; 'I obtained without this expense, by calling spot the a ...,"'It

j) !I, I. and were. out adding to her alarm embarrassments, the more daring incursions Upon this question the ays and nays were called by Messrs. Thigpiu tary officers already' appoic ed. The committee Ire: .

i -Meam.D.iuerinaDBtMBrowndtyanBosllCiturehEransM'1.in' of the Seminole,stimulated by revenge, and encouraged by for I and Smith, and were, opinion, that the object of this bill would be defeated?

"' ,: i' ,.uD, Miller! Mien, Pent, S.dl nry, Slopheni and Thiffpin-' 14.Xay eign aid and protection. Our situation, now unsafe and! precarious, Aye-Messrs. Bird, Evans, Fernandez, Fontane, Priest, Smith and requiring the proposed commissioner to keep.bts office in 1U-f

*-Mr. Speittr, Mean. Branch Fontanc. Motely. ?rieS Siniti and would then be beyond relief; and to guard against a contingency so I Thigpin-7. Most of the claims have arisen in a section of the T< _" I

St-elc-7. likely to arise, the cool wisdom, and strong arm of government in.I Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bannermati Bell, Brown, Bush, three hondred miles distant from the location oft the tr t 1
Bryan, Branch, Church, Duval, McKinnon !Miller, Mosely, Myers, the claimant, residing east of the _
So the resolution passed its second reading. coked, with a clear conviction,!that the mode above suggested would, poor Suwannee, wo Jcl ; ;
Tae ays and nays were then called on the question of the adop contribute more speedily to a termination of the war, than any, and all Pent, Sadbury, and Stephens-16."So I great an expense, both of lime and money;; !this c.peuae .,J 4

job of the resolution by Me sr'. William, end Smith-ihe rule being I the schemes heretofore adopted. I the motion was lost many, especially the poor, to sacrifice their just claim, 1DcI
Mr. then moved thai said bill be recommitted the Cora- in total abandonment
fur that wllved-c1nd were : ROBERT MYERS, Chairman. Mosely to many cases, a of them; the i pel'lOQ'
purpo Evan.. Which was read. mittee on Claims ; to settle these claims, should go where they have d t
Ayi-Mown. Bannerman, Bird, Brown, Bryin, Bush Church, 11-
M..Kinnnn_ 'MiII..r. U..r__ p.nt. o.A6..t.nhenr.odThiD1n-14.i The resolution reported by the Committee ou the State of the Ter. Upon this motion the ays and nays were caHcd by Messrs. Brown tae claimant should be required to undergo no more p !... 1

111# -Nays-Mr.': Speaker.'MII; : -Branch: -F tanc. Mo.ely:' PrCeil, &nill.J.ritory on the 22d instant, was read ; and Duval and were : I The tardy action of the Territory and General GoYM..2-: .. +
1> t; t Steel' and Williams 8. Mr. Smth: proposed the following amendment : together with the Ays. 1\Ir. Speaker Messrs. Bannennan, Bell, Bird, Bryan i I settling them, has already been an unjust and oneroqTUT- e

k So resolution- Report of the minority of said Committee; and the protest signed by"-e, Branch, Fernandez, Fontane. !Miller\ Mosely, Priest, Smith, and I 1 I Regarding tho bill referred to as useless and nnn ,,,, -1

the WM adopted. Executive inaY minority, of the House ;" Thigpin. 14. x chief effect of it as being only to create a new offi. ,."
The House then into session on : nIHil+ the
t went secret Upon the adoption of this amendment, the ays a-id nays were called Nays. Messrs. Brown, flush, ChurchDuval, Evans, McKinnon,. report the same to the House, with nil 1 of it except the* '''' .t

lions; by :.Iessr Smith and Priest, and were : : bl yers, Pent. Sadbury and Stephens. 10. stricken out, and the annexed bill as a substitute lhere 1GIe6t.--L 4 !
After some time the door was opened. I
; act. i Ays-Messrs. Brown, Evans, Fernandez, Fontane, Myers, I So the motion prevailed.Mr. GABRIEL PRIEST; +
A bill entitled the third section of
f to be "n act to amend an
\ Duval, from the select committee to which was referred the Which received and
entitled an act to establish too terms of the Superior) C.+urt Co. Priest, Smith and Thigpin-8. was fifty copies of all.h! ; I
Messrs. Bannerman Bell Bush petition of R. C. Ragland, made the following report: therewith connected, ordered to be printed. -t t
: lumbu county was rind u second and third liuif, and pasted; Nays-Mr. Speaker, Bryan, ,
The Select Committee which < referred the of Rane
to was; petition The Heuse received from ke t
; Title as 'aforesaid. Branch, Church, McKinnon, Miller, Mosely, Pent, Sadbnry, the f following IjR .'
C. have had the under consideration and after .
Ragland, same a i
in this House received; the t
1 The House: then: adjourned until to.in >nqw morning, 10 o'clock. Stephens, Steele and Taylor- 15. full examination into the merits of the same, beg leave to ing as hiving roncurrence tl tt

SATURDAY, February 27th, 1841. The amendment was accordingly lo The House and the of Upon the question of the adoption of Resolution, the as and REPORT, act to incorparnle the Tampa Bay ant:! St. Jobni La t,
met to adjournment, journal
pursuant yes.
M That they are of opinion, that the prayer of the petitioner is reasonable \ nnd
terday's read. nays were called by Messrs. Thigpin and Priest, were : "
proceedings was '
I ;:C'-v. Mr. Brown presented the petition of John D. Parish: praying Ays-Mi. Speaker, Messrs. Bannerman, Bell, Bryan, and ought to be granted and accordingly report the following A bill t.r be entitled.an act to incorporate the Iia| 1D4 8t *,'
resolution. A. F. DUVAL, Chairman. (Canal and Rail Road Camp.niy. *jk
f payment of certain accounts, for supplies; furnished the troops in tho Branch, Church, McKinnon, Miller, Mosefey, Sadbury, Stephens : ,
Resolvrd by the Governor and Legislative Council of the Territoryof A bill to be entitled, nn act lo change the
name of
service of ihe Territory; :, Steele and Taylor-13. AI>>r+ a.a. l
I'lurida'fhat the fine and imprisonment adjudged against Rane sb-il Trotmon. .
1 i I' Which was referred to the Gn mitteo on Claims. Nays-:Messrs.\ Brown, Bush, Evans, Fernandez, Fostane, C. Rngland, by the Judge of the Superior! Court of Leon County, for A bill to be entitled, an m-t giving the right of

i Mr. Smith offered the following Resolution : Myers, Pent, Priest, Smith and Thigpin-10. the Middle District, at the Fall Term of the said Court for 1840, be material nlpn,&..... in this -r..rria..ry, and lien to ....,..., t
'. TQ be inserted No. 2. So the resolution was adopted and the is remitted the said all \ An
same hereby on Ragland paying costs act to repeal the 4th section of an act entitled
1 Mr. Drown mov' l that the Resolution be indefinitely postponed ; I The, House received from the Senate a memorial to Congress, on and charges. a act passed January 31 1838. entitled ,as i iN i
t Upon this question the 05* and nays were called by Messrs. of the of the board of Florida an art to i, c.-. : I
thn state
subject exposed sea ; Which was read, nnd ordered to be placed among the orders of the Cily of Apalachicola approved Much 2J, 1839 >
!t Smitb and Williams, and were : Which was referred to the Committee on the State of the Territory.A day. Also the following l hill 't t
% as hiving: bern ,
:f 1-' Ays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs.\ Banncrman, Brown, Bryan, bill to be entitled, an act in relation to Executions and Decreesin The Senate sent back to this House a bill entitled, an act to incor. A bill to be entitled: an art regulating: rejected tilt fre/o by sit" ,

J { Bush, Branch, Church, Evans, McKinnon\ Miller, Mosely, ,, Chancery was read a third time ; porate the Hamilton Academy, in the County of Hamilton, as having Territory.The << ( la_ J

1:f L Myers, Pent, S a dbury, and Stephens-15. Mr. Stephens moved that it be laid on the table ; passed that body, with the title amended, by striking out the word'" resolutions offered Oft yesterday b, Afr. '! ,, .. l
the"S %
t,-I Nays-Messrs. Bird, Fernandez: Foutane, Nunes, Priest, Upon this motion the ays and nays were called by Messrs.\ Ste 'before the word Hamilton;" .second time. Upon the q-ic.-lkm of the : 'ii1g tf _: t

.t t Smith, and Tlugpm"-S.- phens and Sadbury! and were : I Which amendment was concurred in by the House. :rioo, on the second reading the| Ays and paging Nay these, r I,

I' 9tt said motion prevailed. Ays-Jlr. Speaker, Messrs.!' Bannerman, Brown, Bnb, Also an act to incorporate the Cherry Luke Academy, in the connI I blessrsTlu!!pin and William, and xeie. trite l
.... __. V
I : _.
'1"r.lhoselJ IIIUUHl Linn it l/m, IV uv w.wu, < :,., -. j!
? rnvi"1 1f.Kinnnn.liIler.lIr.er: \ *. Sadbury and Stephens-10. ty of Madison, as having passed that body. The title was amended Ays.-Messrs. Bell, Bird Branch Evans
t t Kiscutiuns! and Decrees ia Chancery, be Reconsidered ; : Nays-Messrs. Bell, Bird, Bryan, Branch, Evans, Fernan- by Ktrikiug out tho word the" before the word Cherry." lane, Priest, Smith and : Fel'DlDde; I

UpQii, thtsquoftioh i antVw1're the ays and nays were called t ty Messrs. Smith 'dex, Fontane, Mosely\ : ., Nunes, Pent, Priest, Smith, Taylor and ; Which amendment was agreed to by the House. Nays.-Mr. Speaker ThigpinI8 Messrs. :
and ,
Tldgl.ia, : Bannerman, BI'D'ia-' t
Thigpin-t4. I His Excellency the Governor, transmitted to the House the follow. j ,,
Ays-Mr. Speaker, Mesr*. Bannerman, Bell, Bird i Brown, So the motion was lost. i ing communication : Bryan, Church, Duval, McKinnon, ,Miller Myers P 's.. '

lit)a.:), Bush, i Branch!!.. .Church: Evans, McKinnon, Miller' Mr. Fernandez moved that said bill be indefinitely postponed. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, |bury, and Stephens-.13.S ,

:ltosely,1lyets; Nunes,1'ent, Sadbury and Stephens 18. Upon this motion the ays and nays were called by Messrs. Smith Tallahassee, 1st March, 1841. A< bill he i to resolution be entitled was lost. r t

f Nays- Me&srs. Fefnandcz, Fonlane. Priest, Smith, Taylor, nerd Stephens, and were : To the Legislative Council of Florida : was read a second and, an act for the relief of John D. .c.., 1

y Thigpm and Williams-7. Ays-Messrs. Bannerman, Bell, Bird, Bryan, BranchEvans, 1 respectfully inform you that l have approved the following acts i Title as aforesaid third time, and passed t

: c_..So Ue motion pftvaikd. Fernandez, Fontane. 1\Io\ *ely, 'Nnnes Pent, Priest, Smith, of the Legislature. A bill to be entilled, on act fur the relief of i I
Said bill was placed first among t.!| .'order r"9r the day for to-dny. Taylor, Tliigpin and Williams-16. 1. An act to repeal an act: entitled, an act in relation to Jurors in was laid on the table. Benjamin G* T tala, ,

Mr. Branch, pursuant to previous'notice, asked and obtained leaveo Nays-Messrs.\ Brown, Bush, Church, McKinnon, Miller, the Southern District, and for other purposes. A bill to be entitled; an act to alter and amend the '
I f; : introduce a bill"to ((49; entitled, an act lp change: tho name. of Abra. Myers, Sadbury and Stephens-9. 2. A Preamble and Resolution relative to the late James W. Ex, force respecting! Judicial proceedings, and those sevenlteti! a

f ham J1larshal1''rolmotl. ; The motion: at cordingly prevailed. I um, late :Marshal\ of West Florida. and writs of error in civil cases, was read a second respec time. Df I

t t Title Which: was aforesaid.read three times' atftj passed: ; A bill to be entitled, an net to incorporate the bank of Tallahassee, ROBERT RAYMOND REID. Mr. Stephens offered the following amendment :
Which read. '
was read a third time was Insert No. 11. I
t t- r Mr\ Priest, front Outnmittefc on Clarets: made the following re. ,I( Mr. Williams moved; that it be indefinitely postponed. The House went into committee of the whole on a bill to be cnti.. Which was adopted. I t

port : Upon this motion, the ays and nays ere culled by Messrs. Fernandez tied, an act for the relief of Benj. ;Thornton. )Ir. Thiguiu in the The bill was then put upon its third reading the rule i'
r'I The CorpT tteo en Claims hve hnd the petition t of Levi F. Moehcr tiring qd.
I I and Williams, and were : chair-after some time spdnt in consideration thereot, tbe committeerose the ays- and nays were called on this qUe.iti.u Mes n/BatT'iad
i by
!: under crunsideratieu, aaditU11'i I Ays-?:Messrs. Bell, Bird, Bush, Fernandez, Fontane, Miller, and by their chairman, reported said bill to the House amended; Thigpen, and wete: '1 1Ays
: Nunes Which report was agreed t lo, said bill read a second tame; and ordered Air.
Pent Priest Smith Steele Speaker Messrs.?
Taylor, Thigpm and Williarrs Bird JW
,, They finftthat, Mr.\ Mosher was apps-iittcd Quarter Muster\ of the l -.I4.ei .. for a third reading on to.morrow. Bush, Church! Duval, Fernandex Fontane ,, '
Florida Militia by Gov. Call, en the 20th day *f July, 1839, an A bill to be entitled, an act for the relief of Levi F. Mosber, was Pent Priest Miller,,.IJ.t a, I
served in thai capacity five mnntjts; faithfully discharging! the dutiesof Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bannerman, Brown, Bryan, read a third time and passed. Title as aforesaid. Sadbury and Stephens. 15. I 1

his office. They have Hesitancy, then, in recommending the Branch, Evans, MrKinnonMoselySadbury\ and Stephens-0. J/r. Stephens, without previous notice obtained leave to introducea Nays. Messrs. Bell, Branch, Evans, McKinoonlQIfw'+ I

passage of the following act : So the motion prevailed. bill to be entitled, an act to alter and amend the several l acts now i in 5.
An act for the relief of Levi F* Masher. j A bill to be entitled, nn act to amend the Charter of the Tallahassee force, respecting Judicial proceedings and those respecting appeals So said bill passed ; 4
Rail Road Company, was! read a second and third time and Title as aforesaid. ,
GABRIEL PRIEST) Chairman.; put and writs of error in civil cases ; j I
Which was read, bill read a first and second time, and ordered upon its passage : Which was read by its title the rule being waived, a id ordered for Mr. Branch moved that the bill for the relief of BenjiaM& 1
for third andaS'!&fo\day next. The ays and nays were called on this question by Iessrs.o'crnan.. n third reading on to morrow. Thornton be taken from the table, and placed among the otdte. i
Mr. Bush made dez and Hannerman, and were- The Senate transmitted this the day ;
report : House,a bill to he entitled, an act t to j I
} r The Committee; on Enrolled Bils] have directed me to i I Ays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bannerman Bell, Brown Bry secure to the people of this Territory a sound) currency. With a Which motion was lost. ,

< REPORT an, Bush, Branch, Church, Evans:!: McKinnon, Miller, Mosely!' communication informing the House ;hat the Senate adheres to its The House then adjourned until thin evening, 4 o'clock. i

as correctly enrolled : Nunes, Pent, Sadbury and Stephens-16. amendments to said bill.

A Resolution! requesting the Delegate: in Congress to urge upon Nays-Messrs. Bird, Fernandez, Fontane, Priest, Smith and The House then adjourned until tomorrow morning 11 o'clock. FOUR O'CLOCK P. J/

that body the necessity and utility of erecting on Cape St. Bias a sui. Taylor-(0. TUESDAY, !March 2, 1641.

.. table light house ; So said bill passed; The House met pursuant to adjournment, and the Journal o

And an act to amend an act to incorporate the city of Peusacola, I Title as aforesaid.A yesterday's proceedings was read. The House met pursuant to adjournment. '

approved March 2d, 1839. bill to be entitled, an act for the relief of Benjamin G. Thorn I Mr.: Brown presented the petition of \V m. P. D+ival, Esq., I Mr. Branch made a report to the House of the several iteaa f the

THOMAS M. BUSH. Chairman.from ton, was postponed until Monday next. Which was referred to the Committee on Claims. mpensation bill ; .
Mr. Myors, the Committee oa the .UiHtia, made the The House went into Committee of the Whole on a bill be Which motion laid
following to entitled He also presented the petition! of R. K. Call, late Governorof report was, on on the table, with penaiswato
j report : au act in addition, to the several acts now in force, establishing Florida the Chairman to draw up[ a bill oa said subject; ,
j Tne Committee on the Militia, to whom was refened so much of the County Courts-:>\%. McKinnon! in the Chair. After some lime Which ; referred select On this question the ays and nays were called by Messrs. WHaaa
was! to a committee
Messrs )ISrown;
Governor's relates to the Militia spent in consideration thereof, the Committee ,- ,
.Message, as system of Florida, rose, and by their i aud Bird, and were :
-J Fontane and Evans
1 and to the conduct and prosecution of the Indian war, beg leave Chairman reported progress, and asked leave to sit again ; were appointed said committee. Ays. Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bannerman, Brown, Bush,

respectfully to Which report was agreed to ; Mr. Smith, from the Committee on the State of the Territory Bryan, Branch, ChurchDuval, Evans, Fernandez, FocUac,
Mr. Stephens!'! moved that the said bill he
REPORT : The indefinitely postponed; made the following report : McKinnon\ Miller, Myers, Pent, Priest, Sadbory Snath and
That they have had the same under consideration, and find from and ays and nays were called on this question by Messrs. Branch ,The Committee the State of the Territory, to whom was' referred Stephens. 19- .
defects in the .Militia laws, that they are regarded as a dead letter, Stephens, were- the Memorial of the Legislative Council of Florida Nays. Messrs. Bell and Williams. 2-
and where enforced for {tho doubts Ays-Messrs. Bird, Bush, Church, Fernandez Fontane !tIcKinnon
!t.:. arc no public security ; exit t in i with documents relative The
accompanying the House
to ;Messrs. and Bannenaaa
appointed eaa
Stephens s
Miller\ Nunes. Priest -
5.1' the minds of many whether any advantages result from the occasional l Sadbury, Smith, Stephens, Tai condition of the Florida sea-board mittce their
on part, to confer with Messrs. Livingston and Pelot i
traiuing of the Militia.\ : That branch of defence may be relied on iu lor, Thigpin and Williams-15. ,
REPORT committee of the Senate the and of B. I.
on accounts
e free govemm nt.8. Under circumstances where an appeal may be madeto Nays-Mr.\ Speaker, Messrs. Bell, Brown Branch and I
The said Call, late Governor of Florida ... .
the enthusiasm and patriotism of people, history is full of such ex. Mosely] -5. memorial to the House without amendment, concurring ;
but it b. d that in the views expressed in said memorial The Senate transmitted to this House, as having passed that Mf,
amplcs: cannot urg? tbe vabror efficiency of a militiu I :So the motion prevailed. and recommendthe
man is al all increased, by the contemptible efforts at oigartizr, n, The House then adjourned until Monday next, 12 o'clock. early and serious attention of Congress to the matter therein Kerr a bill to be entitled, au act for the relief of Jabez B. Bull and hark

made through the United Slates and particularly: ; in Florida. The MONDAY: March 1st. 1841. set forth, ;
f Which was read and ordered for second mw
''V ao. ;
a reading
hardy buck woods-man, accustomed to the use of his riffle, who has The House met pursuant to adjournment, and the j journal of last Which was read and concurred in.Mr. Also, the following bill in this House baY
as II
never attended the muster field, is as formidable, when calle I into uc Saturday's proceedings was read. Bush made the following '
that Id
body, an act to amend the charter of the Talliotia
actual service, as though trained in the unmeaning parades of our Mr. Thigpin offered the following Preamble and Resolutions REPORT Road .
present system. In fact, the Militia: laws in Florida arc never+ ob W IICRIA8, The and : company.The
great privileges powers granted to sundry The Committee House went into Committee of the Whole a..t"
Enrolled Bills en a
served. There il! not a perfect, or even a half organization in I corporations of this former on have directed me to report
anyone by Legislative Councils, have Memorial from the Senate relative the tsar \;
enrolled exposed .o
as correctly I
in Middle West Florida with the ,
Regiment or exception of the been called lo the attention of the Senate of the
United States: the board of Florida and nl*
t N
the tf
to recommending a .
An establishing
Ninth Regiment, and the Committee would recommend a total repealof Judiciary Committee ot which have act incorporate Cherry Lake Academy, in the
suggested the '
lion *
of St.
.: propriety a I at Joseph-Mr. McKiunon in the Chair. After see* ?
; j 'the Militia lawn so far as connected with the peace establishment. modification of the that of Madison.
same, aqd sundry restrictions
be .itu
placed on I spent iu consideration thereof the Committee rose,.sad fcf
The conduct and operation of the Indian war from its commence. the said corporations And THOS. M. ,
: other BUSH Chairman
WHEREAS sundry powers, granted Chairman the the House without j eat
reported same to raen< ;.
merit to this date,have been characterised by inefficiency and mismari. to the same, and to the Union Bank of Florida, have been found to Committee on Enrolled Bills. Which received
was _
L agement. Millions soldiers ot treasure have have been been wantonly sacrificed expended, thelives operate injuriously to the interes s of the people of this Territory : And Mr. Brown, from the Committee on Banks. to which was referred Upon the report question of the adoption; of said Memorial,.:1M"', *_
of our bravest uselesdy and tho wiiEBEAs, in similar '
corporations created in the United States, it has a bill to be entitled, an act to regulate the hanks of Florida were called Ble and and
nays by sera. Myers Stephens, vort- : _
character of our arms tarnished, by a time serving and ill digested, been found expedient and and "
policy. The repeated changes of the commanding officer*-the disgraceful public! weal, that sundry restrictions necessary should eminently be conducive to the and to compel their resumption of specie payments, reported Ays. Mr. Speaker Messrs. Bird, Brown, JJwi, ,.
placed on such said bill the House
resort to treaties and temporary truces, have all contributed rations, which restrictions, through the corpo. to without amendment ; Branch, Fernandez, McKinnoc Miller, Peat Priest,
to this rcsuh. Had the government of the United Stales: peremptory live Council, were omitted! in the grant of powers to the of said the Legisla. Which report was agreed to and said bill laid on the table. and Williams.. 13- ..

ilY'required tbe first general officers in command, to have continuedin corporalions. Mr.\ Priest made the following report : Nays. Messrs. Bannennaa Church Dun!, Enas *]&

Florida till the close of the war-bad the Seminole been taught to Be it therefore Resolved by the Governor and Legislative Council The Committee on Claims, to whom was referred a bill to be net i- Sadbury"and Stephens. 7. i

know that there was no alternative\ bat death or removal-had a of the Territory of Flux ida, That our Delegate io Congress be tied au act to provide for the appointment of a Commissioner to So the memorial was adopted ', .

system .f vigorous and retaliatory measures been constantly pursued quested to obtain 'from that body such modifications of the said re. settle all Militia claims arising under any law of this Territory,** His Excellency the Governor transmitted to the Hsot>f + ".

-long before CHS; ', our aufferingTerrilory would have been rid of her of power and such restrictions on the said corporations as shall cram be &c.,&C., have carefully considered the same, and beg leave I to log communication _-, ,

'. savage enemies, But instead of this result, the Seminolts are still l most conducive lo the welfare of the people of this Territory REPORT: EXECUTIVE DEPARTSTTTT "e

unsubdued close of tbe war, to human forqsight, is as far off as with the increasing knowledge of the country relative to Banking, comport! Cor. That the duties prescribed for the Commissioner proposed to be Tallahassee, 2d March,.1841; ;.1".

t- C\'cr-a war, ruinous to the best interests .f .Florida. and profitable -Doratians.., and be in accordance.- with---- iu"'iee----;-- -and-- .n"..k.... appointed, more properly belong to the Governor. By the Organic To ike Legislative Council of Florida: _, v", ;'
t f I only to foreign speculators. The soldiers ana subalterns of the regtr.1 Be it further Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions 6. be sent to Law he IS made Comraander-in.Chief of the Militia, and as such, bos I respectfully: inform you that 1 have approved the 'fcBtfnf'-! 'p ,'

i/, lar army have always done Iheir duty, when engaged in: the field the President of the Senate, and to the Speaker of the House of his Adjutant, Poy-Masier, die. It is equally his duty to call out the of the Legislature -.. "

their lives and energies have been too much wasted in the camps. Representatives" of the Congress of the United! States, and to the Militia when necessary, nnd to superintend the payment of the troops l.-An act to incorporate the., MonticeJIo RailRadCoi* *** '*t
The Militia who have been called into service, particularly io the Chairman of the thus called out by his order and V also .
Judiciary Committee of both Houses, and to our ; to see that forage and subsis. 2. An act to incorporate the Citluif of L oiu ,
early period of the war, met its clungers and responsibilities with alac. Delegate in Congress. t te ce is not only provided, but paid for. To enable him to do this, a 3. An net to authorise, the Brontwick and FUri4i '.'l.l'" '.

I } rite' and industry : but the uncertainty and inadequacy of.theircompensation Which was read. staff composed of proper officers, is allowed him. Why then should I Company, incorporated by Legislature- of'the 3>attf
.. ,and the short ness of time for which they wire en.' Mr. Tliigpin, (without previous notice,) obtained leave to introduce those duties assigned to, and properlv belonging to, officers already I J toroastrnct"a Rail Rend thruughtheTertito7of'F1otl,1'e : '
listed conspired to render their services less effective, for U soon as a bill, to oe entitle.1 selected and appointed, be taken them I
: an act to reealan act to amend the 45th and from and transferred to a tp .1 4. An actte amend an act-eotitiedas, ,net lo incorr_ _.,,,,
a cons were through their discipline, and acquaintance with the 46th sections of an act, relating to crimes and misdemeanors, an. cud Commissioner T Why make the Governor Commnnder-in.Chi e f I of Apalitchicol IJ'.

'.j irtt'1vrendered, capable of offensive operations, they,were disband. proved February lOtb, 1832 ; r and permit him n staff if the duties, for the performance: of which the I 5. A resolution relative to granting the franking urI,_

'-4 and tbfcirj supplied by raw and inexperienced recruits isGU Which was read, and ordered for a second reading on to.morrow. members of this staff were appointed are to be assigned to others I Governor of Florida,

admitted maxim, in private. .jutd public ,economy, that a the la. ,1'hp Committee on Claims, to which was referred the petition of To divest him, and thereby his staff( ot -these duties nod privileges, ROBERT RAYMOW. :

f :'>orer is worthy of bis hir'and; : though patriotism and glory are main John O. Parish fc Co.,reported "That from the .vouchers nrcompa. ,would interfere with the powers delegated tote Governor, and ren. lUre Bush made the following, !l" '

_rtunulaots.io a_jodier'sta! .still,.he.will be more'[patient under flying tbo petition, they have DO doubt but that the claim i is, just ; they I der that clause of the Organic Inw,making him CommandcMn.Chief Mr.'Bush from the Committee report-on Enrolled mil ft

's'hand,.. prjvatk>;v adequate remuneration 'be, held out for his toil recommend the adoption of the fnUowiu,bill," viz. a bill to be entitled, wholly nugatory. rectly enrolled : .,..-,l.:
I joacUcnger.Votu an act for the relief of John,D.'Parish &'Co. r The Committee believe die provisions cover entirely) too much An' ,I
{ ; aci lo incorporate Hamilton'Academy-iii the c :pooimittee;under: Ibis .*iewof; the, case; sympstbtsfng with i I Which was read, And ordered for a second reading on to.rnorrow. ground The Duties of the Commissioner be appointed under t this i tea .co L.?
*r feupvr'cttneas, exposed .to Indian alarms, would recommend,40 Mr. Priest from same committee, made.a report to the House\ act, would.clash'' with those prescribed for the, United State (officer tl An art to change the .name ,*T-Abraham :Hsrs&aQ_ '.i'1 ;!!(!Q'
.. ulboritias, the,Mtltrtmeat; oft of. which read ,*'- now in this.city, who baa been here i -
e proper,, ( corps dragoons,to Ares wu ; V, ? sent to inquire into all claims that of Abraham Mar lI Csson. "" '
I durvtg &e war. who should be liberally paid ia money, and be entitled :: Mr. :Brown moved that the rePrtof the committee be recommitted I whtch'haYe'ansen to)Abe"Militia! prior to their being mustered into die An net to repeal the 4th riettiouof. ; : an:'act.. eahtledaa l d t,

j: the;end.,: of,their Y" service, to donation each of a half stetktn of to them { tMf service of the Unite d Statoa( and ntaunto all- claims for forage and amend an a fao incorporate: ,the Cify.ofiApalicda!' ,: pm trod
Hi tiliG W speh inducements .effectivenunwcT I sutasloaco t furnished, the said .MUitia. Tbe bill '
.. A uDspjs Pu' ; ,an Upon.this motion.tbeaya nays were called by MesArs.fBrownand ; proposing the ap. 2df 1439. ,- ..i< '
of fricfian fighters roigKt be raised, _Ito would.close the war, ; Duval, and were : t7. ;: ,pointn'eot or a Commissioner, contemplates and would embrace these The House then adjourned until to-morrow trot? ", ldI

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PL.OKUHIAM ef the mental Uiodnets that seethe to War FOR SALE. A.cARD. ; : "r
THE tad Whirf at SC.4Jki ad ai..1 .
E. FLORIDA: rest on the Sooth, in relation to the progress *w. aHell and imiera". .E SL w ULTINOJoi y Pubte' I. : ".t'. :

$ALLAHAS.\VJJD JU GIBSON__ EDITOR. of Aboiitionisnv We are no fatalist, but if l bes.eja be .old a L&rruapplto IW by SI feel; U in G ODd*o. G.order Holt, ,and adjoin'wHl ". .'I..t' ''iic; ". -,"

'this blindness continues much longer, we jig the premises. Miller and Rowle at Port lion, EBB AND CO11GNME2CAT -

j&,. Marcia. 1841 conclusion that the South or to the subscriber at Mrs. -Chanller in Talla- ._ ) .
II! shall be forced to the h..eee. ( ) 'ItB8.B.'f"
LEOATE TO CONGRESS, It doomed- nd that, for some great and in. March 6. 1841. 3t L. MIX. II 'W. DoaAUc. 7. .lU.elb.BW: ; : ,t f'

: LEVY. scrutable purpose, Providence in its wisdom TIFORMA'rloN in wanted ofGeorjre F. Weir. toorainf, it*.13th fost.:at lie UCTIONEER'1' .* *,
DAVID the mental! vision of the people. _R_ A letter from him to hi. friend io South Carolina at ..ll!!at the store; lately'eecopled n
=; : has blinded will be greatly! to Isis advantage. ) ,. Urge and AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT.SALE "

::; 1)eIeirate to Congress. The extract below is from the "PAffar. war 6 32 jStar[ 'Ult1)| dry good. aim shoe' hat creek- DA -VKdeSy*$ lwJ.,6. "

f. referred in our last to the course of, tkropist! the leading Abolition journal of LIST of Letters remaining in the Pot Office- Ilud ware. ., .

Ward ia the St. Joseph Convention, tjflbe I published at Cincinnati : the If I of March 1841ifs.ottakon' oitin ] ADDITIONAL.- Aactloa Sale. r-:,
fr. Ohio, three months will be cent to the General P. at Of. to the above sale a large assort 8ATUKDAY n; U tIM a&Ji day ef alan-b. ,;- .
reasons why we could not support "Van Buren has received the Totes of fice as dead letter. ;i..,cobitinf of French and Ame ON ..ball sell to lbs highest & this SUlIo.in .- ..: -

We alluded to the spirit of vllra banT.hich *. only two free States, and fire slave holding A : I Holland and common fin*Old fiya property,via: u.Fine "

him above all others States. The free States have been cemented Andcr", Walker Atchoon. Miss Isabella. .. ,ram, peach brand'tobacco* Curled Hair M..u,. ,
.- .aistineulshed- .. : -4tn-.\-oo. .Unww"oo. A J___ 1..1._ Ft crackers,loaf sarar,lice,.candle Fi. Feather Be d*-Beadaieadx.Carpels .. ,.: .1 II
the and influence ot J .WI. "UIIO u. : I
ia convention ; and which reLjin by power AboJitionists'l AddisonJoiin .in ea k. andboxe-t Floor Oil Cloth and ef :
srfx party Armstrong, Robert 2Aunhlon a vatUty ar't't
members and will remain cemented. the South Alien : E. W. DOUSET.Antt'r. .
conversion of several R. C. John I ticles indUpeiwable r..auIYde. .
couvention. One' mark this prediction. There is nothing to I Allen, B. F. Adoi*. Ca'vjnJ! I 33 .I P0b.t3,1841. IIAVXLEYAtttlesicT. I

,*e anti-Uok side of the sever the free States on the question of sla. Archer II. Armatroug, Richard NOTICE, --- ; .

Intelligent gentleman remarked to us, att They will continue to complain of the B Matter General'* Office.Fla. Ma. I Town Property.
11 very. I be told to the highest bidder, ea Moo-
time. eioce, that he had gone 'lo the inequality of representation in the House Bird. Capt. EdmoudBrocktnbrough Branch,Nichola N TaHahaMce, Fob I?. 1841. WILL the 2td day of March nest Lot N,.
the anti. ofl W ri. 3 Bembry K 3 ARMSTRONG lato AM'I Qr. 17. 18 and 41 in the North Addition of tbe City ef
to Representatives of the United States and ,
.potion, .rather unfriendly Butler, Chas. Bu.t",Mias Sarah in the Territorial service, hating lathe utile of William
Q of the Territory, not having, as he sin slavery ; and as they have a pledge from Berry, H. H. Beckltaui Mr Eleanor therefrom fur inalconduct, by or Turner.Tallahassee By, order belonging of the Executor r\
party Gen. Harrison that he will Blockery, John Bowen, Isaac 2 the Governor of Florida, all
carefully examined the subheD veto nothing, R. J. UACKLEY, AuL o Mef. i _
.re very Bancroft,Mian Lucy, 2 Burnett. Thos.II 2 I ferwarucd against trading
they encouraged to on under the ex Feb.27 1e -31t4 ;
go ,
he heard the grasping preten. Bii!ham, Seth Browning, Stephen accounts that may bo in his pn.
but bank urged by Mr. Ward, in pectation which seems to be well grounded, Boettger, Ad Bailey Nathan the Territory of Florida! ,a::h "c. Houses and Lot for Bent. w. -. i iILL. f f
the ,
joDI (w that the free Suites will hereafter invariably Bell, Cot James Bona, Mr. b be rvcognued by the under. be rented to the highest bidder on Monday .
revulsion came
I 0 remark and speecbes a control the election of President and eventually Bell Daniel 2 Baker,John R S Qr. Mutter at thi. plorr.I V V next the ]i>t of March the Hun. and .1"

],I feelings and a full conviction came array the whole of the executive power Bird,Ja*. Bright, Capt- John I D COLLINS CL M Gen'l F M. Lot belonging to the relate of Robert B.Copebad.The :

\ tit mind, that there was just cause of slave and C : : _Land in_under a rood fine,, 340_feet *q.re. .
against representations slavery ---
a the people, and that their interests as Crane, los.C. Croskey, Joseph 2 FOR SALE good well ot water, comfortable .dwcJjmj lisa.., .
r- lo restrictions on bank corpora. it exists in tie States. Coxe, Stephen Clark, Abner offer for ale, perhaps the and all necessary out house. f
td cong Craig,JohnContee Cruger Henry N R. J. HACKLET Aurtioueer. I
: Water tiill: Fio.
profitable la
JjTtrtinst this graspingdominecring spirit.IT The Free Banking Syr.tem. I Miss Mary Corr, Wm. A I ; wore built about two nince Feb. 27,1841.-n J

Ward,"said he te us, was as good asa Some stupid correspondent of the Star, i Cook, John Cleveland, Mr*. Susan I of T. i*. Rnndulph E.qr.years and aro ---- Bacon HAi Jl j

f Jozen anti.oonkite.votes at the 1 least." last summer characterized the Free Banking Corr, Davy Collins Col. J. B ZDunham water of Iilll Uiv'T. four inilos l'% ILL be *o>d to the highest bidder _n Saturday .

another very important considera.15jnthis Clyde John C der. county, and 20 mile from next 2l'a iOd., a IOl.et Baom Uaum
fIiere IS System of which we had spoken with I
which the people must not appro. I D I are in good repair, and now in country cured.
i matter, bation, in comparison with our Florida Bank. Drake I'aac N S David R I supplying Quincy and Talla- r.. J. tlACKLEV Auctioneer.
I It w'l'uot' be 'forgotten, that these I ""
Dupont.Col C II Dunham, C H : ,
cer. al"o."a 27,1:413111 .
grinding nn-
X charters of the Territory, have excited ing system, as one of swindling and cheating. I II Dorrongh, J B Devil Wrr. P 4 The subscriber bcm? deter I

attention' of Congress, and that they were I The governor of New York, in his late mes.1 1I Dir Win.Dowlino ; Downer. M r S L 2Duval !I 1 from business, will lake"--1,000, in be Negroes hired to the for highest HIre.bidder on Sat :

'Lnt to a committee of the Senate, which sage, speaks of the introduction of that systemin Deiuilley,,Will J. L.* il Brockenbrou-rh ( n at par, one third carib. the bal. WILL ncit,JT7tti iuiU fur the balance of the i

ijrtol through Mr. Webster I hat in the I that State, as one of the causes producing ECliii | two year_ recured. by bond, mort yeir, two likely Negro Men. f
Tjoa committeethese charters ought Mo'ca I l: PavdEdjn.ndi : : personal "'Cllrit! !' R- J. HACKLEY, Auctioneer.Feb. ,
oftbe the sound state of the currency now existing E\\'arl.: : invited to call and see the premises, 27.1841'-31 It
ik modi rod in sundry particulars: aod soto (IvoM. L 2F 16ii JOHN WITUEUS at the Mill \
there. The banks oppose the system, of NOTICE.LL .
the committee that itd -4t I
did that to ,
appear course but the people find it works w ell.- F her. Mesr J D & C"FAt t F BFilrr. ty LL persons are hereby cautioned from trading i
I .
A Par of .
that such ofOII | ; Carriage Hur
think .an expression :
to itthat \2r Forrotrr, .V JL for any note or note*given by Daniel Bile to i
on its part, was all lhat: was wanted, Both parties sac-they cannot help seeing Forehand Jss Flm, Tho .this Office. Jot! S. Grave, u a note of the aSove description .

.cause i it to be done at once by the consent it tends to keep the currency sound.If Fulltr, E: iiibcih I is lost or has been prolonged from a letter, the
G .tr.v,1. amnun: and date not known to the wrileri.
referred to. --- -- .
jibe corporations the whole paper currency of the country -
Gorman Hall !!C.cfl Gorman John A i about MX weeks pin r.a SOR. Feb. 20. j
1'IIW tbill swl'ji ct mutt ng-un he broughtne was issued on the foundations of that system, Green, Mr Mrjr J Gorman, John B 2 ., bout four year old,with three

the Con:rrss of ;hc United Siat"s.k w* should never .?gaii see the expansions and Green, Asa A Gorman James ( a blazo in the fce. A liberal re- Revenue Ofleers take 1f de
till become the duty of our Delcgatr to I., :II for his return or for information BE it enacted by the Governor and Legislative
bffore th..t and contraction ut 1818.19-24- M ria Herriii WmHntrhios be found. this Council of the Territory of Florida, That it
Ar matter body, nr;pBM Hobby 2 Apply at office.
any auctioneer. who has bareUilbra bedti (ioaMuVioned.
il >the importance to ilu Tt.rri1llry of The Whig member of Con rtM have decided Hot HaywfdVII1 Mr IIrrr; G W .shall rail! to pay i late die Tr astir ef ta.
", Joshuary
JC'ioa no it by that ltud"re Messrs. on an extra kcsaion, nau hlon. R B Hart, Wm R :1 ; NOTICE. Territory the amount dIM by hint, en or before the ;

hid aDd D.% nin;; the projwrpersons! to do Air. Bcnton' Pre-emption bill hu passed the larmier I Wm H Hood, J CS heretofore granted in the mat tat "J.y.A"rat.. k. _. ,t.pha' i
) by operation of law be vacated and &tl-
dl! Are we t<' expect that ithcr of the Senate. H .dgson, Tho Harrison Wm H the late partnership of Center 4-

jJ.fiillicri to lha two great banking iiisti* The Distribution Bill was rejected by IL vote ot U been a receiver absolutely heretofore dmaolved.made and the ed.Be it.farther enaeUe, That if any anetioneer. .. .
utioiu of the T f'rutoryuth all tlu-ir fiiclings 22 to 29. The Bill for ceding the Public i.anJs Judge Johnson JohnJordanJudgeD, James 2 2 Johnson Jenkln- ,Lewis Maj Jo.A I r. and set axid\ by the Honorabl the who hall hereafter bo appointed.abatl fail to make i j

principles of ultra bankism, \ill |'crf(>rmBwdutH wui lust by a vote of 20 to 31. 2 1iycryVm Superior Court, the subscriber i his returns and payment* to the Auditor and Treasurer -
-- his ;legal o: the Territory, at. the tin, aol in the
it ought to b -1 Ci rt.'inU not 1 K riplil us surviving partner
arc sue tw last uu-n ill the Tiriti> MARINE LIST-ST. JIARKS.ar Kom,'I\\.1)itnl King. Thomas FL i hereby give manner prescribed b, law, the auctioneer so fail j
ry -.- .- -. -- .--- a* such surviving! he ing or neglecting shall in addition to the pains and ,
I; the exception of the President 'f the t POItTED M. BCGTT, J*.. DKFT. COL.] K"Yllrr. ( aC C debts due to raid late firm partner and set- penalties prescribed by law forthwith forfeit bte i

___ ., commission__._ anttior.sr___ _. Pr"iillld__ _._ ihst.'_._
&oak "Homa sensible tind jinti 'iuuiroinmu.select .__ __. u &JI .
_ARRIVED pn__ ___ :_- -- f. 1. f' TI LA inereoi precKmy; a* it no such -- n -- n -- u ----- --- i
Lee, vm ,Y"I'1'I" I minion to fill a thn* occurring shift iamie
JrrouJd for that duty. Feb. 17.-Rurq'ie Dan Juan, Harding, from St Lynn. David J inebergrrLarkins been granted or art>oiutmenl of until three months vacancy after the lime prescribed ,

KB! We must select some fllle wl o ar"c. Toneph, in ballast. Lin.ley. S Benjamin I made.J. B. aw. for the miking of the rctarn-..Aperortd 14ii by I.
Iitb Webster and the t-otniniitce ot! Steamer james Adams-.from New Orl' :1n4.I .Lester Mr* C La r more,James TJoIl & Co. of Feb. 1840.

that modifiaii I Steamer Caroline. Peltec.from Apalachicola. !I Lang, Dr '1 hoaMcCrimuion JOHN B. KEEN, Be it farther oaaeied. That b all
Site, imjuiriani ar.rtry pir.ncr of Center A Keen. cases, wb**a I
Feb. 24 Briff WiHinc by, Sylvt-ler, from NewYork M
be nle in the clutter of -4m default baa bun made by any revenue officer it
to in srve.IdTuur with! iSO halcil' hay forU. S. Q.. M., 8 kegs Daniel 2 Miller.John ball be the duty of the Treasurer, .ty"y,af er
corporation", will xtleu.l (o having; hotter 10 bbl liquor. McCarver Revt. James M N tly, muck, OR STOLEN. such defaakmade I. issue bw ..a"uIe the mature .

[iJoaewjlh zeal and ability. Ir. L<*vy is SH r Po.c' moche, -, with groceries. Murphy Spencer Moses, R J with a star in hill face, right hind of aa execution agamettbc dsfaalter,aid tae j\

11abt; mmUe feds the i.c.-es-iiy of Per Steamer Caroline, Mrrcir, Daniel McNeel, Capt Archd ,with several caddie marks went securities on his bond, for the full amooat of ibe
With merchandize to Capt- Cooley.Col. Miller. Mr L Meeler, Jamrg & and saddle A liberal .
fMCihing of the 'kind to guard iig.iiust I a te. OK. rewar revenne'due.iheTeinit.ory I t thewarvanttob..erv.ed ;
rAIIIXIliGF.a c. Maitney, Daniel Maner, Win by the auWriher for the hone fr the Sheriff of
r similar of that or by or coroner the county i i. .1
larencetf a tule thing to
Fitzpatrirk T. Ballrrll J Brown, Capt.Cool.y. N : bet. may bn found. which the default i i. made.-Approved t4 1 Marcb ,
experienced in the pnpcr currency uf( I:. B. Oorsey, Mr. Mir G. WMI, Quay, f\t worn, David r Ste..r.. Newr.es Si Evan ) ABRAM DANIELS 1840. .T*' 11

[Territory. Mr. Tutt, Mr. Sumpirr Mr. Carver Mr. Chine. O Jan. 1C, 1841. The attention of all audi.fleets"!.!collectors sad ,"
Here is another act in the legislaiiv lif* Mr. Brown Mr. Sarvi, Mr. Taylur. Mr. Morri*, !i Ogden John other revenue officers ftl the Territory ia called l. I!

Jr. Ward, whx'h still m<>rc clrl"coufilgP. u1i Mr. Young. CLEARED !i Perry, Win R 2 p Piichard,3fiss Caroline Reword !I the foregoing extracts from the law of 1840 pa. .* i

i trusting to hil yound judgiiiettt in in.ilingi J 3 gesit,12,56,57and58, and thoeem arreanto .
aDd in Aller intruducrtbe Feb. IS.-Brig Jno. II. Stephens, -, for New i Pendleton.. Benj 11 t'I on last Wednesday night! be. the Territery. or who fail to ewaplg with the requisitions -
geni-ril.; York with 407 baK cotton.Fb 9 and 10 ,'. (-| home of$the law, on or before the first atey oT I
:3Rutland Rook my way A.
Ro- h. .
bill fur I lie charter of the Union 1 .Mik, Spencer t
> 17. Schr PorUfield for notified that
Mary Tampa Bay ,John Gideen I from the city of Tullahaever, an ; April next arc hereby ioimrdiaieiy: t
"ivbkh millions W.T.! to be borrowed at the with 42 hrad cattle anJ indzr. I Reese, Dr Edward Ro'Ray>crt. made by wine villain to as.iainale : after that date steps will be taken to enforce the 1 ;

.lofthr ro.nniunhy, tn he loarted out by ----- ----- ---- Ro "r A J Robertson, David at me with a pistol or other fire laws against them. I
[it rick to themselves be intro.luce-J the (::"We are authorised to announce Col. j ; 8 offer reward of one.hon..and JOHN MILLER, Auditor

| E viog resolution "l1L.'h, if it had met the CHARLES Dowxixo as a candidate for Dele.'': Stephens, Benjamin M Sample, Wm person will enable or person who will give me Treasury THOMAS V.partmnent.Feb.AUSTI U, 1Trusteest .Treu rer. I !
H. V Sellexa. AnnaShepherd me to, lute the inten
lifprubition of the Council, would hive: fixedi gate in Congress. I Si1"llant1 Such John in a Court of Justice. Sate t

2l heavier burthen; upon (he poor and Soho'iian Win 2 Smith, Win J JOHN It. BRAN( II. virtue of a decree of Leon Scpenor Court, i

.::4dflug:: -le50 1'Wlun-ilely bowevrr, the Due Northern Tuesdays, ITInll Arrangement.and 8 Stephen. Samuel B 2 She/ierd! John S || . j By 1 sitting a* a Court .Equity, bearing dale
Friday at
[proposition: found few Mbetlors, and we see Depart amc Ibur I il'uliJ: or Chi:is Scott, Wm B DW.wn wherein MaiUb.A. ArMulIin ia complainant and
no more of it IIMII; the! bar .prulUlsi. i iEnractfrnm Monday, Thursday- and Saturday- *., at 9 '_M.: a'.; Jesse H. Willis George OvM'MulIint and other

u iuel P. H. precisely. The s. Siim-on Taylor WmV 2 THE ADELPHI are defendant', the subscribers is Trustee,will,on -.
I.G.SF.ARCY.P. M.Tallahawr. .
tin.1 journal proceedings of Marrh 6. l"4t. Thompson,Mr Eliz* Thomson Wm 1 SATURDAY.13th Marcboxl( between th.beri
|Council of 1S33 : Tuten Wm IIr.'lur, U R oil? M. and 2 P. ;. in fruot of the Coort-bome. i

.Mr.Ward offered the following ro-oiu For Charleston..1---- Thompson 1h 2 January 1, 1840. in the city of Tal'ahaw. offer for sale at pttbKu! .
- I fa r.liE rr-puUr packet :cooner Megnnticook, V : by the dny, $2 50 outcry. to the highest bidder, Ute followiar described J
,viz: JL Mauler will hue de. .atch for .
Mayo the Vase Mrs Ellen W i 00 Land, Ivintr in the countv of.Y a; 1
I '. Resolved tliii: jndici-.ry j rommiitre: l,eJNrucled above port. For frciehl or pa !'!. apply toTAFL' W I 50 The East 'half of Section thirteen, ((18)) in ..1

to inquire into the expediency ol March & ALEX \NDER. Woodward Cap! John Willie, James 15. Tmenthxp 1. Range 1, North tad West, .1\ :
Port 5.1F.41.-3t 32
l 0 Unending the vxialing I 1.1\\'s. that the pro- _Leon Ward, Maj Geo T Wlutaker.G A.T I 51) [containing three hundred and twenty acres, :-

perlor' she debtor tn-ty be bi nr.G UI.An. Mci-tinff ..f thl Mrr-hanir Bncficia -!- .rjt&t.f.n2.t1ii. Jol i n.JIall!: ', JI ri'h b) the quarter. 45 00 da
ttoiiuenrcincrt of civ.l u-'iion by the A The terms of sale fellows Onetbird oftho
any Lodging. 40 00 do are aa
I y ciply.> will be heM on Monday Hieilj Witlkrr; Mrshrtha RlWntsoi., W 1' :
Intditor. I Ct! ) it.st. at liair.p st 7 ..Mock, 1'. M., at Cupt. J. Walker, ( e.'rje: \inflow Kli.>lu: ; I. "by the quarter :150 00 do purchase to be ia cak receivable in the carnal ,;;
This was a fit 'q'irnce t IH the Union bank: \'. Lcviin'fc'ii Room. M,',,h'r. nro n-q-'r.ti-d lobe \VIlin in twelve! months and the third ia :
Jitter; the one gave power Io the rich, and piiiic.tuul in ollcndance nnd jiri'p.ircd' lo pay mar 5 I. G. SiiAlU'V.. M. =1 ; from the of remaining tww : f
tale. The credit
lip.tr due. .- fec fieeiherpve him a legal power, by which( H. II. BERRY. Sec.eUrr. CAUTBOX.A : ', by th, day. 1 00 lo bear legal interest from the day of ale, and to '
i..t power could mo.t effectually be Ui e March 6. 1841 22 I A person fir. 1 lorbid tradin for M nntnoitvnPA by the month 25 00 .
'T' the poor man. and those in the humblerIt i... .n........ A- r.t.rnI.1; .,.. vv. (-y..lf" h' ; I 37 '..9 I payment of the entire purchase money the trustee '
d.a "V "II.V II &' W WII'IWI'II. .I. % t.n UKr u l
.u of ilre. I ia TallahaMcr on the 2Clh February a 77 three hundred and ; : I 50 are empowered, and will convey to Ute ptrctiaaer, $. ..
\''s a nhoot from I he fameitwceu LOST .e of papers among which the follow. I order, dait-d: April" 1U40 fur month the right and title omit parties iateceetedi
fifty HZ dollar payable unit day After date. Tliernwere 10 00
that from which sprung all the bank log described note are rrcollerted ( Dated this 8th 1841.
endorKCineiil, tile back, of .10() and will be
$ in
two on charged all cases by the
[ of Territory ; but fttrturately it A note on F. J. Holder for $62 10, given in Oci. L. A THOMPSON.
The aid G.ndy having failed lo fulfil the stipulate for a (longer .I d.
E DO fruit. It was too oppressive in its 1839.One of mid tin' will not he fJf" THOMAS H. HAG3E2.Feb .
on John Burk for $30 00 date not n collectcd. 1$50. note, same paid. expected to be settled at tLe end of 13. Trustee J
-tit; was ton hiijh-handed a measure to J. I 1). G.\L ll..U'fU. -

I to the people, a* u boon to them One. on Frank Kenon, for $45 96, ivcn 26lh Feb.. 15, 1841-3*. P. GORMAN. for the Proprietor, AT PR IT ATE SALE ,
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i lime body that presented them with May, 1839. Gardcu aud Flower Seeds.Wil : 1JL old.andberboy3yeansudd. The ia
''duierufthe Thome, B liin for f?8 6.5. with Pills'PKBPAJnn woman
Union bnnk. One on ionic : hate received from the L'tnUd Jlnti-bilious a Grit rate Cook Washer and Ironer laettM \
In hard credits on the back,Ja'ed 29th May, 183J; Society of / dtr.," in EnBcId, Conn an j
must urh a law brar upon the It Y and trustworthy, and offered for sale for aa rallll
One on Jr."e Gordon for f 10 aixlonn on E crBcale I extensive aKsurliner.l' of seed. which we wirr.int'
.Q! He have horse br .h HAYNES M. Apply at this office.
wi D.
may a for 43 0))I. all made payable to Maxsey and to be fresh genuine, and growth of 1840.( .J..n. 30. 2711'AlilgnlorLIne.
cow), or a drove pf bogc. He William' Any jx r.on who will deliver the aid BERRY & DOWUNG. Sparta Georgia.

ClIMe '?'ll I them, bowever, unlit tb pur'Ppliei package of p*|'er* to the ubcrilicr. hall Lo iila-; Jan. 1C, 1841.-Ct justly celebrated pill. which art win .
.- I _ _ _- way to nrl.cn.i.,1. ..nnl..il.; .. .
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to he c.'crks of the Superior DIY rewarded.AH J -- n.n.n r"r,1Y A new stage tine aaa bees ":.
Courts |per"o"U are forwarned trading for any of the LOST i iIN cases requiring cither mild aperi- 'establisbed front MARIAN
and the Ju tke of
*r"jn'y to above named note. i Tallahasvr, on thn night of the 20th instant- ': cathartic medicine prepared by one M NA,. Mobile. Fla. Cami,. .
|. .
against him. If there' be, he ny Mill.Jeff co. March! g-13 32NOTICE. broken loose from the |lnll1 l I.e was tied Jo, and ;1. i tested by wore than tea yean expert Blaekwater nod Floridatowuj ta PEN9ACOLA .

would be Keller, Friend, I want to carried with him a rope| halter, and has a cut. practice before Sissy were o tier. thus making for Tallahassee( a eonneelNHi with

hy 10 f borlle", but there tire suit instituted Subscriber% intend opening school on wound on Isis off bind I leg and a 'ore on his bjck. t, end having, wbvnevovfsizly tried, 'enxacola ou the Went, and witb Macon on the _

.7. This borse is liable THE the Hlh March inst iu the vicinity lit supposed he will make towards t. Mark, a* to all oiber article of sinular turin forth. HtVI.f.*si InUrrUffam ev hrtftlartiy. A t .
to execun ef Lake Bradford, neat Mr. Benjamin Hale1*. be was lately purchased from that place. recommended greatly superior, mail stage line between Mobile and Pausaeela.corplet *
cue judgment going against you; Having a liberal Eng'uh and classic education Tbe finder will confer aiatoron the owner by |I ,to every other known remedy. ?* .the Western connection. Tb foe .;

?lI.fISC'Pf'*e aecur lyor you roost lower .I and alao some ezper'u n* a* a teacher,he hope by leuiur information at this office where he may be i' to printed certificates in the baud ef; pa.tee over tbe road constructi'4 Cow jean *ia.e ;

"Jfjejon .fur the horse; even if I am etrict attention lo his duty' to merit the approbstiob found. Feb. :1, 1841. 'I For Ale RANDOLPH by b) the General Government, froui FlerUtuw te ."
who inliost him with the education & LEWIS. ne tr tbe Chattahooeh ee river; tbe rrmaiait baa
I *leI' Imsy went to sell the Iwrse.! aDd of lho may for Cash.C Jan. SO, 1841.
,' of their children. Light Carriage Cheap I -ly. _ bUll well made at the eXMttes. of tile"pr dDla.
JdI.i. .t a fair price, wbie! be i.SO i. Ten* of Tuition. RARIOTEE3, BAROUCHES BUG GYS, ? 8TLE. The runnh g UBM from Marianne 1. fra*.eehi,U
-t tkia lien." with birness in I 36 hour Tb leave Hariana,. Mu.-
branches of Eogluh witii English got up raperierstyle sold at the Court House, in the city atagee ". .
L *%e the hfrdWP< to which Common Grammer. '5 00 and for sale at tile anction and eommrioator. '' ...between the nrja!hour of' days Wedaeadsy. and Saturday*,at 3.A.-I*.. ,
ef R. J. HACKLEY. 'A.NIM9. .
,.or ODe in middling rireUBtsUoces Metarmalic with Latie. 800 ;I the 10th d
:hftIpoa.d, hy the operation ot such a I\tr term e1tw.lvs .eek. Feb.27,1e41. 31tf negro slave,to wil: Henry aid Clio Pe.thepr.I.rn.TJhsb.me.DectO,1840 .
3AI. CROW. NOTICE. by me, under and by virtue of a writ --.t4L-
L panicularl/ a new country likeneir ., of N tI.
Mareh I. 1841 -12 32W. osaeing out the honorable the ,
who hue eerved Juror aince the
property be thus locked reuouabhs THOSS a. of Leon county wherein parsons iadebted 'to the eaUto otiis .
may I BBoardinf way be had oe .. of Gen. Reid Marshal of Ephralm. ALL ,
,.k Leigh
,. thfir own use, u long al terms, at aeTetal pleee conreaUait to Uie_echeoL_ the Middle District of Florida, will receive what plaintiff aDd James F.Trottfe .' .deceased,are berebj notifed to ovitimmediate

IN-, chose ta he them, and it willssajybc informtbn who is'due them by aIJi'ig at the Mar .ee. property to bo sold for specie t* *a. pa1DCD\,sad these bavtaf dcnund. .
will tbe for
saJMcriber reeeeetfully or Fieri Faeiu.ucordi. prevent i ettleoratsk, te' t. .
to law.
) the of suU found THE GEORGE E. DENNIS D. M. '
origin <, left( their account unsettled, that be LEIGH READ Marshal, 'iOHNW.LAVINCS : :

,JIIeI1.. W the cpirit,of vexation acid re .cannot *ite.d them further u without. ._ .payment.be Feb.. 27, 1841. :31Marshal' Bv. GEO.: E. DENNIS.. -.-. -- D.- M.- Jaa9.1S41; ,14 QvaliCed Exeevtor. ". ._
; : : : JI
r ... ia,saW e i. pracsjre credit bi.u..lf.lI. cn M too Sale. I : PLEASE TAU .IUTIt: :; :

t"er hay "we *>eeo the induce.1115Mt. fW ft Hard It i&o1bere.UENIlY UOND., BY: rinse of a writ of fieri facia*,uwoed out,of .'.* 11.&. 1" B. BULL. It CO ha a .jj -5- :-:

Ward 19 pLch for tUe introduc. March 3t Leon So rrior Coon, and to me directed inS IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I shall e 'aod .fasMooabkIW&ves&Ik, er :' -1

a4a law, lU sed Oil !' bee. I 6,16413t. ink wherein Robert,H. Berry i* plsJetiff ..ndTbOtDU after data, present ny tecoats M. 8U. : is I 'NOTICE. D. HsrJeck ia. defendant I hue levied to tbe Judge of tbt Cbamj Ceort ef Wy fbr sMck ..'Na I

to caIstiUmoreitlon&Jllutbo ion QIX'.eb after date the aaicrkigved will apply -.upon,and.on Toesdsr tbe 30th day ef March next eltleneat of the AdmiaistraUoa of ; : _. -f f.jQtk& I.
ft* i iorporunrinierest I *. ofnity a !.'the Hoi. tbe Judge of t!. CoaniyC I at the Court-bone .in TallabaMee. between tbe ) Janee Branca deeeaed. W. TIIi".> .. ,r I' : ,

'- ought lo be. trusted. Ilrwen .r. Lice eountv. fer )letters of *dmlnjstra.W legal hewn beU pteeeed to e11! two Horse levied I- .,' JOHNBRA5CH., ..' Cr01' ....
U', Iron m vith in exleud tioR.As estate Chart DUek. e5ee aed.ROBT. pee and te be eold tontisfy said eiMOlioe. 184t .' .isieo uc4:'VIMi.r the-:.sar I t tar.

: .. : and unjurfttbft! influetic* of RAYMOND REID: cording to Ia. -- : NOTICE., .. ...w -..,_ .. Jfk .

Tallabsues.M.vcb4.Stl$ MIX LEIGH REID, MarshaL : l .. Lavfcg ud tOiiiis grg '- { A
h'r" poverty. beyond, that it trooldJw : byvxji f.KACBLSB, D.14.F. I aft/4e agalast John
C1td. W*ef J.s Mwy.eeea. QTOLZlt '.tWJk"- .
e, under tbe working or_out 'Ib:IT. 1811. .
weeks date I sball' to tbe lies.p '." i erk.7.'. .-
,. but it ioet look wcU-it g aiVr apply !irssr thm f-ogwlr tntet wilMa .. .. '"ID-
; 7 DOt .the o/Leoi Court for Jetlcrs oCesrlw.Blaek .) taw end ( '
: Jodfe Ceanty FOB SALE. by tines wW an airy ns1biwaflo, .
rfcottiae with the ,.tplu fi' 4eslii4ra1c* 'I,..... IpOiU81; LI'I 1& JI55iU5iiiMt3S5t 'of Dreg, ''tfedicine. *e., to:tbe: ald wieaA d, :.Ut.] .! .. '1L "hsri:. I '

.. does sot inclin' us'to. (nrtor laUef Uea CJoanty d.c I :*:country store. Apply alIbis 1 ; W1UZIIS'EIj1t,, .Utk&i..4 an &I.e .... ..iIMI- '
04 : 0' '. '- ... _
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BETTON.TaBabaaceMmbfl ail&Uefiee
.. crt; to, .trait ,oucb to bb 7 TUOTBTX.R. :1 tUoiMaffsl* .B *,, :3.At.e --
I utNretaoa. 35 6t .Feb.1;13, IBil. I ;i /j UEffRY WOMBLE, Ai.',. F a.l3, 1841.flj' 4vI

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!-L___ r r 0 ciafed- tfsthBillious : PetjK&t, ';aL.4th 1840.Uttdarstandinff I IBy
-i-aA* ,.. -5 that Dr. A.CoorP iToi i itends in
l RoPjJd
b ? : ESTABLISHMENPI j 'tna, Cholictand, Con- to astablish Wtmserf, ala Pnyiician'acd Den-- kaId Eeg
.Ve7 sk66l ted4aMaMlTu'n) the practice &ghivrib.ti Fla. > takw pleasure ia ei-
Jfiar* *n 1 wm oner THE ha' jost roeeive4 List, ii Tallahassee, we
OK jfeMCMto in: thf ooaty ourt ofJeffbrsoA JL1.cib. L*w.\ One of tbm.ItP4wa, Books, StaUconsUtinr % sumption* pressing our opioion.of his ability to be highly use 'I flZ1. :Th. last LerisiatiiL li"1?* '
': L flo*. tha,Judfe'of bond at their office., of ; 1 JOHN GAWLEY, of Thomas ful inthose employments. This opi'iioni* founded florida didadopttJiofouor.j *

t : C. mtjr my tccunta ""J1. Tj.'a. 3o.ep rneL' BLANK- BOOKS- t I DOCTOR>>. offers bis services to the public, on oar 'personal itcqcsintanco with Dr. Daytoni Reslati j. 3 *

I utniisj settlemant of the slate of Lawrence UB.iIranch.Fe'b.13i441. *. Medium D mi ar.d Cap,-Lodgers, Jonu>lNDay in the treatment and cure of the above dseasei- and his reputation a* a Physician and DantisU n..orz thi

I & 4' Ii ppeicrtbed! *'y IW, tfI& .' Books, Invoice Book)*, Rneord, llec 1pt Jo.ks, being aware thaj they were considered inrnrabta! THis education at the North, combined with hi. "Territory otFtorjda,

MOflQyb.GIhj41t3S. wt BtACKBURN; APmat CHARLES S. SIflLE Bunk Books Note Book, Bill olnM.Mjrabla and by the medical practitioners generally, as aLto that experience in the treatment ofdiseaFeTln ,various 14 mark of approbation, Th..4111-1 Is docTroirt _

receivable, Meinnranduin Books. &.c., &e the co'irae of treatment laid down by writer, almost !- of the U. Slates, a discriminating mind, and Hnoent of Ibis
-- ; ATTORNEY fy COUNSELLOR AT LAW, proved ineffectual deemed it fol parts country, by wbjt.
SCHOOL BOOKS uniformly heretofore
NOTICE. ho has
; studious habits, qnal.fy him to ba, as .4 those who rff6-nded t the
iit';. dip after date. she undetetgned OFFERS his Professional services i it tho coljec. AnjreH's School CUssic, scrips Noa. 1 to 6,Smith's Iv and a waste of human life, tofollow a cnortn been, an honorable member of tho' profession Withlaeooehee. as well a. IboTtTwul? *

: THIRTY* $of the estate ef Jerenvali Bent- debt. &i%: in Middle Florida. We Arithiiielie and Grammar, Woodbrid oXGeojra- that had alw>y failed, determined tn investigate and society. ''snd with a

J.L v will apply to the Judge of the Superior Court will attend all the Courts in the Middle! District.z.romce phy and Atlas, Willard'a Geography'and Alias, : those| diseases more fully, and to endeavor to relieve With these opacities for usefulness, the ajniable Iiumanilj.periled gereroo IheJr dsvoedne lives ,, t, 7,

LI .** Jefferson county, for leave te eHl.tho rcaloeof '"$ in tho-New Court House. Olney'* Geoprap by and Atlas, Walkefs Dirtionary. suffering humanity from thoso direful and in- personal character of Dr. Dayton rcnde s it impoyible citizens who were sorroonded to r fc se.(
well he has succeeded in
*! said deceased. TelIahs.aaerFeb. 13, 1841. Play fair's Eiahtd.Dy's Alg-sbrtiTaJpy's Greek ratable mal-idim. for Ui to give him oar lse4 wishes for happiness '. and reduced, from Uiwr knti ti.ti.
Grammar Jacob's Gieek Grammar Jacob's Gretk the cot r so of twenty years experience and investigation position, Ui
JOHN SAVNDERS, and in distant of the country "
S a
: L,. L. prosperity part 'pair, should be
Ad DOCt3 & Taylor
: Reader Adam's lAtin Graminar.Naiiooif Spelling ,he is willing, and now offers time public an coinmeroorited s4
; that his
( SAMUEL BENTLEY without expressing our regret sphere o .5 hearts of this
Aswdaled thcmsolves in the ice thcmxclve and a
of tralefa
.HAVIH0 pied Book, Elementary Spelling ,Bo.kCopy; Books, opportunity satisfying removed from this
FeV 6. 1841 6L I action find utiefufcexfl is to be u Resolved That
,1n: all its' brandies,rc'ptrlfuly! Slate, Pencil, Cyphering Broks, tfc'ffo. All cases of acute Rheumatism in the early stapes the Governor o;
Y -: neighborhood. '
NOTICE. offer tbeIrij services to the rHtinUtantuof ;. SfATIONAttY : he will engage them a speedy cure. Where C. G. KEENAN SI. DR. ry be rrquesfd (to prepare j

IX.weeks afterdate. I thill apply to llio Hon. Jfficrsbn'coniity and the public genera Ily.Cfico Hudson's, Tntler's Ames' and HoLbard's best the disease is of long standing, the euro will be G. P. WHITE, 31. D. '* live of their services, and

: p the Judge of the County Cour, .of Jefferson at the residence of Dr. B. W. Taylor inMonliccllo Writing and Letter Paper ; Envelop, Drawing certain, but of lor.ger duration. In all cases of E. R. FIELD, M.D. '' the officers snd privates coo

ounty, for letter of Administration, en the c*. where either may be found. an-1 Wra'p1' Paper; Folio Post, Commercial general Dropsy, Ascctrs and Hydroihorax, ho is Nov. 7, 1840. 15 If. '' panies, with the thanks oflb) pcm]

-.at*, of Mrt. Mary Savage, late of said county, do.i. Feb.10 -3m _._ rot and I'acket Pout Paper, and every other derriplion confident of success when nature it not too far exhausted. and the assurance of the gratafal'am
GEO. JOWLS.Feb. In all of Afclhma.ho will warrant in which their set rites win bo ,
i. <* t 13, 1841. Walkdin'*, Rc-ve & Kent's Black In&Sf Stevcn'aaIlue relict*in six hours from the commencemrnl of the Now, in compliance will th.i..
flOTICK.PPLICATION' w 1! Ink, in pint* mJ quarts, Walkder/s and remedies .ri all! CISIM of flumes or spasmodic The subscribers take pleisuro in exprew in j hereby make it known, ThatihaTerrhory

will b made, six week" after Tallahassee, Florida Kinfs Kcd Ink ; German Copyihjf'I V'Sand Cholic, ho will warrant relief in six hours and tho thcirhi opinion of the professional skill and nUtention will, on th* Jint 'rfsys, .,

I date hereof, by the subscriber, to the Hon. practice .n the Con. *, of the MidcIiV buiex. Ihkklandr, Wafer nips, Pjuncv tad pounce patient t-hall net be subject to returns of'iho dijeaj.e. of Dr. A. C. DAYTON, Surgeon-Dentist. the prepared to d livcrr tmibe o ctfirvho ..
His fie of each of
William Gibson, Judge of Leon County Ceurl. for WILL I til Florida. Oirac in the I loni 11tor :;- bites. I'.le I'ff5rS. Blai k Sand, Wafers of all colors In all cases of Consumption, Brouchial and operation upon teeth defended the Blotk.Uow.oa.P ,,

Letters Adiniuistrution, upon the clnto of Mary ( the Union lijiik. and mcF, Scaling Wax ; 1'iince Albert, Victori. ;i Tuburnilar. In tho first and seci nd stages, and subscribers, a universal> those who came to fter;

V tL Duul am, lately deceased. Jan.30,8141. C7fW. .!, ami! ('union, Mccl! Pens ; Letter Stamps, i when the suhstancc of the lung* H not dwlrojeJ etcitu approbation. Indeed, reedl f l ordered to bie
and of finish mark all hit
neatness care, beauty CooncjL.4TheorPau4soidie2sof&h.
JAMES SjiOND. CIlIjLJBK Pinkn'ms, Dfl.) I nies, Incu Rubber, &.C., Ac. to considerable! extent, and lite vital action rnul.ii them,by the Legislative
work that in the of subscriber it i ins
In all as cane the *,
January 23, 1S41 26 6t Cure of ALSO wasted onfidcnily tTors a ci-re. ca cs t

WILSON, Wllir.HT &.CO. IV.-ink Dill Paper, Bills hading, Notes of hand, Ei- of the bites of venimom leptiles he will warrant :a frequently mUtukenfor natural. Block House-as well llio-e aboj

NOTICE.SIX change Drafti, 'ilucic Paper, Iiotiirm! ? Paper, Play.in .. cure when the patient is ab'r tn i'.vilMw, ho i is alo J. T. DAVIS' it as those wfio enccuntered ||IO d.

Months after date I shall app'y to the 43 Pot/drays Street. : Caidt, 1 Ritchie' patent Copyii'g Trees with in poss<-Hion of Dottr Hirn.- receipt for the B. F. B'-NTON, hug them-are. therefore, rwpcctfuljjJjattend ?

Judge of the County Court of Jefferson _NcW>OltLKAN8.DABATKY apparatus ui1'iCto. cur of Hydrojihobid, of which it is needless to D. E. ROSE at Tallahassee, en tt>. p

county for a final nettemrnt! and dNeliargcirom C. WllT'F" add.! there Hamnli tc.limnnv of its success. 31 st A Superior Volte of Oxen, young and I March next, for the purpose
Ibo administratorship of Litlleberry Walker, ATTORNEY COUNSELI. The Rook Bindery of ca .irs of Epilcf in Iho m' < ipit-nt stages will be CSL. in go-Mi order, for cah by vcrnor to perform the! grateful
laic of said county deceased. AT cured. He may bo cousulu-d by Ictltr, giving a Dcc.12 20 J. D GALBRAITH.NOTICE. the medal!, with tbc thank of :EepcWf
Is also coniinurd, where all kinds of work csn be !
PARKER Adm'r Monticcllo Florida.
L.TITLK BERRY corroi i discription of the syinptoins of any of the dai -si __
heretofore Blank Work, )
Jan, 16, ie-11. _ WILL practice law in the >evprji'' Courts of of done all as description.f.xpcdiliouly', made as to or.erftnd! ruled to s'.y above dit-casrs, and lie uill put up and! forward by [".HEREBY notify all prens. that the firm of ROBERT RAYMOND iRf/T

Notice. Xindlc: District, an.l I in the Court of pattern suitable for Bank. Public! Offices. Mcrliant3 1): nny ui.-ans. of convrynnci. they nny furni li. A FPFNULER. &. LYMAN is this day dusolvcJ; By tin* Governor, G kiffk_

1 IX months after dale, 1 shall apply to the Hon. Appeals. and t-llicr, Deed, Record and ticket preset 11tn) with directions for A.thma. Billions and that I will not be re.vp'insille; for any Iranfaa. J.M'CAarsSecretaryof'Join I

Judge of the County Court of JeflVryonlunty Jan.23. 14.11. n iok% and o'l other Isiik! Itookis, can be obtained j, Ch.ui.c. nid: Sinkc Bite, that wi I be certain to cure lion made by I lie. said LYMA.N in the nume of the Jan S 9, 1841 iU
for final fclllement and discharge! frtun a> aUr i' orc generally, RheijiniUii: ), but whr itli<: firm. A. SPENGLER.TdlUhaoec -
a DEiTgs'rltY. at : hurt noltrc, rn cJ and bound in any tlylc rtiuicd ;- ; A E1OCLAMAT1I'fly
of JEREMIAH DREW late of C.ivi are ol loig htanding, and in Diory and Conriimplinn Dec. 5 1840. 19
the administratorship M'INTVRK: t-jrdtrn and warranted rqiial lo Nortlirn or i iiillur ,
: any
ji-rain iv Hctfully < ; Robert Raymond Reid
dei eised. RACHEL DREW, qlt. the hal icmmt should be under ItN immediate Governor d
raid county prof;ssioiul scrwi nca to the cit y.ns o' mannfaciitriPiirtuulnr( ntlcnlion paid to Dissolution of Copnrtiicrsliip.llll '
January 9, 1U4I Administratrix. l'allah assee.1Ii ii-bindininld PosjkF. Nevs.ap| irs,'I la a 'nri', 1 all)- caio. Them m-ed be no npprrhfii-iion ol any T i< Copartnerkii! [ lirrrtofore existing under Territory of Florida., ..

NOTICE. purposes in future to orx-nd hi-, winters in ticitv < I jlilvl.c, M'i-c' : Io ,k it -c., I in plain or orrialile rita I | empirical nx( friiiieiils or any dangi-r tn result from lie style and firm of FrnntitSt Hurt, is i this WiiCREis.lt U made inowu tintJj3
the preMriptions, tbry arc ri.iii'dic--< ill lillY.ji who stand
"id in Leon s'tid I rnmbia.UT 1 or tu attli attrII4. every | day dissolved )Ii itiutual roti-ieni. *
summer GadsJcn iiiding. j jT' y)
the .
IX month aflcr date, I shall apply to iaiiH ) aii'l their etlectsril tested |i.imm' in
: by ; der of Kfsr lime
smm.j C llngh ,
S 6H *' the Atl<-lihi.| Nov 2>j Wf .,, hub'-criber, thankful for the patronage he U'll. II. FRANCIS, rooir.yunry utIoj j
of Jefferson
of the C Court, tiic attivc clas.n of'rcmecdie4 I
Judge jnty left the Territo-
tl.ey arc aiiioiig yet last, ha" of
iou: I.a.ii heretofore icccivcd, hoju-s, by a stri t attcr.tionlii LEVI:: tJAKT.Tallal.a .
County, for a f nil! scttlcmrnt and discharge from IDLJv.t1< sali now at !lartrc, a fuiUre fr in I'jslice .'
busincto meet coi.t.nntie; of the '. ,
h'w a mmi 'ce, Srpt. 12,1810.ThebusiiHhS
the Administratorship of Chr'stopher Smith! late ATTOKNKY" LAW, P. A. \Y\VARD. Tht ma
of said county dcreascj. Olficc in Col. U'yati'a Hri.-k fti ildii-ps, .M ltir.: s!., 3. 1810( 10 II. Francis 9 Srp2&P1I1E appear at our last April Tern of thuI ,,
Tallal.asj-er.Oc' .
C.V.. DEWITT, Adm'r. TALLAHASSEE TLA.Doc. f __ hot Court ; .-'- ,,,
Jan. 161641.. 5. 10'V. Jlirs7"llo rg5 oii's FcinileSenIuiury.W ALL persons indebted to the mbs-cnbcrs by rote No1lci: ; Now, know TP. that T, Robert

Admistrator's Notice.ON BUrLER lLl he oprnrd in Taltahatfi-o, on the first account on lImo Ikl January, IU41, are r Subscriliern oS"e, for sale thi IIowin j arlicli Governor of Florida, by virtue of *
I shall l.i Monday in December, in the lower cnrucbtly requested to come forward and atlile the *', low for CA H-
the 61 h day of March next. spply ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT i/ V.Pcnsacola story me vested bv law, do hereby oiTcr* rew uj
the Judge! of Monroe County Court, for of the luiil.ling occupied by the Masonic Lodge. same am further indulgence will not bo given. No Cognac IJrQiiiJy, In half pipes mid qr. casks hundred dollars br the ai.prehemisQuo lh a afsgitivc

letlcis of Administration on the estate of Isaac West Florida.W' Mrs Hodirsoii engages to teach all the branches account will be continued for the present >ear, excepting llulUnd Gin in blVhikey >!*. and hisafe deivcry! to

Frith, dceaseJ.I I ILL practice in the Superior and County usually rcxiuirml in u !ib<'rul English rducatirnan. mill ihrne of our cust'.nierd who have been \ in