The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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 (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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MKSSALxu \\1'( J I the cotton. hrJ'1twiutntl: ,, a stateof! [ppcrit will Ire ical I I I rate hIuf'., migistracv.. to wit : IhoMi which, are: Lergiscadre I i, the Mate and Federal Government-, we have theibiiitj} ,of

j I mod he>ond tin cxjiof tation% of its most sangmnfiiuuls: j to one, those winch are Executive to another, aid; construct all that our wants demand un:1:1 thaMoo wi i; '"c:;t
J',il\ ': ( 'It.V iulrurrnmher : t In Ill}. liM nic-s-ige to duo Genend; Asxniblv, I dcen, 'lI those wluih, arc judicial to anvfhcr" I\*"o person or f inflicting injury upon the tern.il( Improvement Fun er

.. \ _?.:th. IS:;!tt.r I it mgr plain unmi:-!akable duty to report to them what I I collection of persons! 1cingolle of those departments shall :I wotlHling: the credit ot the State, which "lai scrtrc'eii; recovered

t 'iIYWf77 r.r ffff' ,..Z.ul, glue! 1/11'; ,;" I'PI'OidilII t'.lJ: i I. dcxMe-dan l inlringinunt urns violation. of tl! Internal ( cxercito any power properly belonging] to cither of the from tie inq"rot ii!rnt acts of the Territorial Govcrn-
; Improvement
j other'\cept' in instanceexpress slpru'i! er) in this coTi ment. ,
\ ou arc a- *'mbled: i at .iho Cipiiol! l bv' virtue(' of von roo- : law, in many r(1)efts] bv one ot the companies 1 stitution-\rt. 2, Consti!ntioivI !{! ]Railroads: are useful, but State credit Is a pearl fii.ovc all :

l:uiou of adjournnu-jit in .Jan.i.irv la+'t. and I n.wt von now j; accepting its provisions.! Tlie GeneralAs>emblv i-djouiued i obedience. this plain mandate it is that I determine 1 pric('. It is easily 1 tarnished: and to be kept without ll<-TiI -

\dt t'i! the moor inler'-''t :tS wJa'u) it tio* [plainlv' mduty: to I vvilhoutmy definite action, leaving me to ad in iaccordantj : ; to act as ray own jjdgmcnt and convictions lead me tobelieve I I i ish. should! he carefully guarded. Win, therefore, a mart

doe, at the cnt of the term fixiVl ut.d) jlI'l'- j with mv own v.u ws of duty Tlie course-: that would be } it to be mv," duty, and not ID exercise my office in I istrate, charged to j protct t the publio interest, or any Lrgj -
nlH-d In- the CuuoitutiHJI( 1 m pursued !i i conformity to the opinions ot'the Lcgi-ative branch of tlte"ernmcnt I islaturf, or oflicer of the State or private citizen callspeb-!
that in such
the ly
hoping continuation of me event
was clcu'l.r forcoluulow:> in mv (;,)\ when "
;, In'millll J doc not agree therewith ; to lic notice to acts of any Railroad Company which are calculated -
sour i.t1 )r: l11a.n'uh. ill mwh pNxl tf) tin !State. j I annual and I 1 do which I
1 inos.igf. arcoidmgl IJ withheld my signaturefrom i : would destroy what the Constitution created, to damage the State, or seriously to affect the fund
( irrnm,.tancc>> have tranpircdinto the adjournment'ort i the bonds( of the delinquent <.'111111':111.': when applied} I and! requires to be prc-cu'ed--thc: :, l'pendencc of time provided! to aid in the construction of out public works inI -

',lt' Legislature; i and l nuniunhave suggested; ; ) llu'in-clve- to :' fab}" it, and gnarmitet'd l by a majority vote of the: IJo ird of i I Executive and Legislative powers. I quir}" should not be diverted or investigation smothered I bv
mind I ,\\Vhcn I was chosen to fill the Executive office it : time 'far of d"if1 harm other Railroad
may not c-mbnufd 1 in niv annual im *:ige, to whiih Iinyitt 1.rntee.S my nasotis for d0iImg; which were at the timeasjfrned was to enterprises. It is
I I expected that the State should have judgment as!' the i onl the guilty thai need fear and
Ii my ; } inquiry, it fjtheintc'enof '
in i in, tim :
your ohcdicnc-c t4i that clause in: the Confutation following address+ to the Trusftt-s and which lleof
which make* it the Jut of the Executive deem it mv dut to place before i !;} '! Yotfi<;iiLt'lY Iu t 'Iltl! ZRttiuiittrnnirmt'ttiam'! (:'(tJ.1:; ;? i nil. laidable! and liac-t: !enterprises tl..at 'jTfc encffura cd

." _... Ha ..." .._ to protuv I: ..). you: whatever requires the executive approval. the formation of cormPanics. to build the lines of road in the
( 'eminent anti ncommcnd to their consideration -such l i -'.'v" "' 'VJ u. I".U Ua..t rI.U4 !"1TOc.'lnClI: I I'eiigthus by the Constitution made indeprn'1 it '-,f time; I law provided 1'>r. by liberal donation of lands! and pecuniary -

he dent! i I Hiving determined that it is mv. duty to withhold m.r influences of legislative: opinion, the same r' ii .'jtrat" : aid, it certainly never was designed$ for peronto: assnme
as may .
'. rxlxdirut.OF ,[ signature; from the bonds of the Florida Railio.id, which a j I jog with greater force; I am not bound to abate mv olliciil! j i the execution et f tl e:>p works ca fictitious' capital and w ,il_
r RIAL Dt'\IJn. 1 i niaj yit\- of the Hoard. has. decided. should be signed bv. the I duties, 1 ('cnifce of a decision made b} the subordinate: (,Hi, out actual means of" their own. Time aid 'of the State given
}! Trustees, I deem it respectful! to von to state my reas..njs fir ccrs of the Executive Department of the doven.rrcnt; in land and In. guarantee of money to pay interest, prc-Mir! -
I invite your attention to the ofnVijl reports of the Comptroller I rue refusal to coincide m your action, and resort to a written j when acting under law regulating Internal Improvements' t posed that the clpital stock of the several Railroad Companies -

a-nl: Treasurer as to the fiium-id condition of theM i Matfimnt of mv. reasons, to avoid any misconception and sitting as ex.oflicio Trustees of the Internal Ito mrove- 1 would be subscribed; ) : and paid! in, and that such actual

: ite.Hv. I of my oSluial) conduct, such as has been entertained by went fund. I may and do-rc-jicct your persons; and Jour I capital woulellJlild the road-bed and superstructure at l Icasfhen .

reference. to the report "f fomptrolhr.. it will bo some not member of the Board, upon a misundcr&tandiii" opinion'',but there is no law which will !permit me to disobey I \\ it was: pi',>vi i/I'd! t that the! money paid out of the Internal
-..t'a tint' the re-viptr.i from tlit'1uinnil for tlie I of the facts; connected with the ulheial tral.';actiollS of this that part (If the Constitution which. requires mu to take i I Improvement I Fur.d for interest on the Bonds should be
source* fiscal ; body. that the laws be executedbecause In stock. in the Roads:
care : faishfnllj: Jon replaced it was expected that tho-rt
,\ .'ar i.9! ire 55lrt";, *i ::i\ and that the amount of warrant i It may, by some of your body, and }bv many: cf the citi- may decide, (however Jour powers of mind tray," be superior I who hid subscribed for 1 stock in the Roads would pay for it,

i i"'s.-l during; Kline j period i is $li'4.' >7J> 1:?. The iinanc* of Zeus of ihe Mate, be thought that 1 should ;.:h'cto the bonds to mine.) that there has been no violation of law when and that bring done, the s'cek would) he of some value. lu

t th :Nik5H" n.iiire at vour hands a rigidx; 'nttiny! inro all I rimy bigiiature. pcei.igtliat high;: legal authorities havedclirmuied I am of the opinion there have been many serims infrac- j the eases! of the Tall ihassi-p, Pensacola & Georgia, and At-
t''", :ippropriaiions In the f.i4 tnrc. The in'rcase-d that n majority of }our bodv' has the power to tnuih of th6 law, grt'ntl.to the dttr::mcnt of the ptihlie' i Imtic-vXv Gulf; Ce.if.al Gailroads! this (expectation has: been
unit; of dlc"t."m..nt r eipen- deiidcwhciJ the )boils of (the R:ulroad"Companies::\( should '[lie action of the j penplCyho! ] placed me here, mav. have I realized, acid any so* '.k which! time Trustees may obtain in
are di-proportioncd to the in- I be feigned: j" pn.vidid\" law", and that; : thcTrastees, hiving set up a weak jiulgmi; to control a more weighty and these Ro:ifK' will pacp-!: the Fund on nn equal: footing with
<"t' ;-,' of j>opul iti' n, and! the alternative of r1n'Imic-nt or determined that. tin Fl''ridt! Railroad: (''urn pmiy is cnti'lc'l more powerful ; yet under the Constitution, I are bound to j other stockholders! for the i'oekuh
iI-: :i-ei taxation is pre-e-nted. The .current t'x'M'n e for to tune llIrant.r the liiiiUis on tin bonds !bv that C.>rn- f\rci-c mv own judgment: and] not that of others. these Companies h.i> been paid in aid nnpropriatrc to the

;miaal ]>roc<.uti.>n., i i. 1 largely on the increase, :t. well a- i [yens. 1 lately. prc-citcdfoi! si.eh guaranty, that I, like arc :I IinatntK n
\1:1.1 i i ..! jurors and v:'ir!Kst,>, &:,d should he re:Meld if nn-: either tnctnh: ,' t.f l tne iJoard; am !bound to.uqtnisce i in End, : .that the laws LC'1J:uthfullj executed," I am forb'd to doan I p.ciniMS these re:n:irks; I nov cal; your attention to the
j4r d* termination, although I tray. remain ot tlc, opinion that : } act which would 1 tend to aid in what m y judgment con- Bonds! issued bt'Ion- the Company had( any titles to the lands
-j- with! I
i t .t a pr< enforeintent of the laws and adniinis- ;, lie public interest will Mi'l'er by may compliance, and tint ;i \.illc's me would be a violation of thc law and of public grant"?, end to which they might:; never have title-they

r '.+tin of justie-e. : such Railroad. Companv n not legally; or t."l'dtalJ.entitled ': rights. The law which requires me to act as a member of j I only became entitled to the land when the! Road: is built.

to receive the guarant}'. Could. I assent to such a view of the Board of Internal Improvement docs: not, bv. any fair: Here then we see that although;; Wi Tart LOA3T.Cv 1 1 the, duties imposed on. mo bv the Constitution and law, it !I{. construction, alter mv duty in this respect. had the power "j Road for the inmu) we pay for interest, we not only havean

virtue of the authority tented in me by ".\n art top I would relieve me ol an unpleasant) duty, and serve. :, no been expressly! given b}. 1:1to a majont} of the board} of Ii I amount. i issued to us: inadequate to the sum paid, but. fl
1 '"v ide for the payment of the debt of the State" and the i doubt, to harinoiii/e conflicting interests aural opinions that !' Irustecs to determine when the law hid: or had not been 'I is likely! to i prove valueless from the fact that instead of the

:i in'ndment thereto I negotiated l luau fir the I at present are greatly diatuibed, and obtain tor myself a I. faithfully; executed, instead of such ],owe'r being; made te .; Road starting in debt only: for the iron and equipments} ,
a Male in ]uaecand) (quiet I may greatly d'sireIul, would'lUuch( lest on inference, such law would have been a nullity ; because and. with the sales of the land to l look to ft* a fund togotke -
tl!t' itie* of Charleston; and Savannah, through the agenett enjoy, did} I think it properly! acquired JJnt, dcc'inng; uiv. I it would hive been a violation ot the Constitution, r with the earnings of the Road, to'nietot the iron hon ..h.it ,
", (. ,.1. John Pear.on, uf tw hundred and (.,rt--oll.c. !I duty to be other than than what those for whose opinions I i isinuch as it would seek to take away from the Governorthe tuti"ith: a large debt on which it must pay interest

tl ..jsind three hundred dollar, the greater 1 pirt of whirl hat'c great respect have coiisidcied it to be, I cannot ac- ': ight:' to determine in the first instance whether the law out of tlc earnings: and that the sales of tho lands will lie
''ithocn disbursed ill payment of claim for seiviee-s rend I: quicscc: in the view taken of it, or adopt. the course indi-I has or }has not been violated. In .doin-;; this the Executive absorbed in paying; the land bonds. This scheme is not a
lrre.1 in Indian hostilities I rated c r expected, however I may be made the sufferer} bv I must construe the law ; he may ask the advice of the Attorney novel contrivance. It was invented in Wall Street: and in
suppressing<< : ; during; the years lZu ; my refusal, or what may he the injury tn persons who it is I General, but is not bound L.r his (opinion, and may the parlors of Western Railroads, nut( was well planned,
will be hubmitteil to you in a few (lays!, with a tpec-ial that an}' one should lose bv ni} ofikial} acts, but such I And such construction of law made by the Governor is subject guise ot treat public spirit undertook Hi mako public improvements -
that provision he made to insure the pay- II IIrl'"mmendatiun coii-cq-icnccs! cannot be permitted to sway mv judgmentin to no control but that ot'the judiciary, to whom is eon- j and with but little capital or credit, took, mil-
confided decision thin should j tided the of tho bw ToihN f ]ions of "lock in Jlailrt.fuls. control of
jj,(':it of the loan at maturitv.INTfCNAL matters to mv any more power: finally settling; what is got l.irjtla grants,
the hardship of a legal decision turn a Judge from pro power I am subject m respect to what the 1 law i i', it being I subsidised the public press and swayed public men from
IMPhuvv.3nXTmt.: 1 nonncinga judgmcut. which he believes it his duty rendar. I the province of the judiciary to construe the 1 law But it I their lint that they might build up enormous fortune out
In ni,}' annual message to the General Assembly I took! I is may province to cause such action to be taken us will procure of time public property.
*:J 1.e progrc-s: ; of t lie M'vc-ral line- of rail ro:id that Laver I Occasion to call their attention to what I believed were itnpiopcr j the Judicial decision of law when in mv, opinion the I When C'mgresa and the State passed laws to aid the con-

>" l'r'U.i "on.. <..f the A*.11(, pn v'ide for and+I <'ntr.igea : and illegal acts on the part of the Florida Railroad I laws have l been, or are about to be violated, and there! is no struction of f Railroads in this State, it was not intendedthat

<" : liberal t.v 4em of Internal Improvement* in this: : Company, which, in my opinion, required legislative ac- 'I special provision made t for their faithful execution. In such I : men should !!seize hold of the stock in the Roads to on-

Mu.'"' has- been onward. Xo :State;: }jerlnp% in the Union !i torn toredics*. This I did, acting; under that clause of the I event, 1 as Governor! must refuse to participate in an act rich themselves at the public expense ;The State not be-
constitution which require the Incentive "from time to required of me, b} any authority in time Mate, which I believe in)g able to build:. Roads alone, invited her citizens ) subscribe .
Ila:i-. flit't.unpli..h'd more \ui-Ier) the (nrcun-stamt l in M> short ; lane to hive; to the General Assembly information of the 'I would tend to public injury and tiolate the spirit and the stock lad build the Roads, offering the lands and

a tune'. Tour vearag; < limo bt. Marks::\ road twenty miles j! state of the Govcinmcnt, and recommend to their consideration I reason of the law, and b} means of such refusal, or bv''direct the guaranty of interest as a bonus to induce them to invest

ill length; and worked bv: hone powe"was the only road in i such measures as he may deem expedient." Thc action (if need be,) obtain the Judicial aid to prevent their capital-not to make feigned subscriptions which they
General committee of both the evil (if evil there is ) or nnder the sanction of have neither the will nor the ability to in with viewto -
T'H Mate. We now have about !).;H> mile of read '1<11ktl Assembly appointed a joint a judgment pay a
l about 2"0 null's of iron mil laid, upon which the rand car I Houses to investigate the matter so }brought by me to their of the courts surrender my opinions and conform my taxing the public fund with the entire cost of their Roads.It .
I attention. The committee took evidence, and made sun action to such, which alone would warrant me in so do was solid capital: alone wanted, and a liberal bonus was
tn' running; daily. and the iron ptmha-ed to complete the I dry reports, neither of which was signed bv a majoritv.A ing. offered for it. It was not held out as .a premium to invite

'b d:infc of the nuds ;:rult"C1. Tile Florida l R: iiln, id is ]:_4, !! a part, however! of that report signed b y the largest I Yon will perceive then, gentlemen, that holding! the view men to take our bonds and credit, to coin money for themselves -

the lorida Atlantic and Gulf; Central fii u, the Pen!'acoli'ui +! mauLer, a resolution was> presented, which wa intended I have expressed, I do not feel that when I am here doinga : but to inspire our citizens with a ;spirit! enterprise

\ .l (;('CJ';it. (rum Tallah i-see tu Ltke Citv., Io,*, and the St. I i to express;' the judgment; ot those feigning the report, which duty, which b}' law is added to my other duties as Governor ,- and enable them to make such improvements as the wantsof
of the State I of of the I the demanded. It if have
constitutional lccomesourduty
v\as as follows : :am deprived any country we
farks 21 mile*" in length, rr1pcvtively. The M. Marks road
: i "I'olC'(11 y tl f .''' natf/ and JTontf f f R,'r recnMlv(8 attributes ot my office, or exempt from any of its respon I the powers, to keep} the credit of time State from being injured
his been completed 1 lor ..onie time and pay a bandrnmelitult.nd. II of tl .' Slate tf': J'lonrfain; Genral Asscrnlfyi'onici"d, I: sibilities. I b} the perpetration of such schemes which cannot fail
( TIle iNn rails have been laid on about 130 milesof ') lint the Trustees the Internal Improvement Fund be, j The duty I here perform, I do as a part of my office as: to result in buss to ,all, of course chiefly to others than the

the Florida, iu; miles of the Florida Atlantic and G calf I and timer arc hcrehv requested, to guaranty the interest Governor of the State, and all my actions under the law: projectors. I am ofthe opinion, gemmtiementhat weehould

Central and aim< mdi"' of the Petisacola and Georgia; ; ]:railroad: :, I upon the Bonds: of the several Hail Road (Companies' of arc done as Governor, and subject above all to be regulated demand of the Florida Railroad Company' to pot the stock
rc-pe'Ctixeh. Time I'loridaand the Florid} Atlantic and Gulf I this Mate, who have accepted the act approved' January ]bv the Constitution, and my oath of office ; and that I held by the Trustees upon an equal footing with that owned -
4th, lea, (tli" lorida Railroad Company included! ,'' ivc.IM cannot waive what I believe my duty requires me to demand by thcm-clvc": for 1 cannot think that it was intended
Ciutrnl n>ads, it n t.'xp.tecl.l will be comjiktiNl at an early the Senate, the vote on concurring in this:: resolution I although a majority of the :Board may be ofan opinion by the I.egi-latur(', in providing that we should receive

date, and the Pen :acola and Gixirgia road to Iake Citv. bv the I stood nit follows- Yeas 9, Nays G. In the House, on the I I on the law and facts contrary to what I have arrived at certificates of stuck for interest paid, tlpt}\ the stock thus

1st of July or August, lb<;0. The Pcu'oal'ula and ..\la ib imi: motion to lnthc resolution on the table, the vote was : after mature deliberation. I may be in error, and when it acquired should be placed below that held by individual

Radio:id. 45: mile's in length, is graded to the line dividing las-Jl! Nays 13. So the resolution was ]laid upon the is considered that many able minds differ from min, it members of the Companv wire have paid in not more than
Florida and Alabama whirl about iio miles >f iron table. This' action can only be considered as a refusal on would seem to others probable thai I do err. Yet I am 12j per cent upon the stock subscribed.
upon e the part of tho Legislature to agree to the affirmative actionof firmly convinced of the correctness of my judgment, and This Board has no means of information with respect to-
mil has been Hid and the iron purchased for the dance of whilst I that I act I not the condition and management ofthe Florida Railroad Company .
those who signed the majont report, and so considered, I ; repeat on my own judgment, am
the 1'0.,1. That portion of the work which lies in Alabama the Legislature refuse to order the Trustees to continue to I unmindful that a large number of the senators and Representatives other than what 19 to be found in the documents printed -

is being vigorously prosecuted and will be completed at an pndorse the Bonds of the Florida Railroad. There is no coincided. with me in opinion and that a respectable by thc last General Assembly. How much stock has
I cf the and talent of the State been in cash by whom paid what are its debts and
('arly date.'lime direction from the General scmbly!' addressed to us on share intelligence legal paid ,
the subject. Had the joint resolutionpassed both Houses. deem my opinions a. to the Flondajttail Road sustained by I what arc its resources, we have no information other than
Pensacola and Alabama Raihoad
: Company would have given mv assent, out of a disposition to con- I the law and the facts but these coincidences of opinion tl.at abov referred to, and Jet wo represent Trustees asum
aieepteil the provisions of the Internal Improvement law form to the action of the Legislature in matters of public can but hire me confidence in m} judgment. They do not of seventy-five thousand, seven lllmelrcd and seventy-five
and are not required to report to the Trustees: the gross rc'ipts ,-'- l'olic.r" I farm the basis of it. dollars: (t>75,77.:; ;acquired b}' the payment of that sum of

from the traffic of the road, and we have no data It has been urged: upon me b} the) Press and bv individuals I, Having stated the reasons why I shall contMino to with intcre-t: i>n the guaranteed bonds of the Company. T'IC!
from the Bonds of the Florida Railroad definite information we have is that t found in the jour-
hold only
from that source upon wincli to Da-e an estimate n>> to its that inasmuch as I had performed my duty. b} bringing my signature : ,
]have decided vote to and the nals of the General AssemhlfHln which I extract the following -
V/hcn this loid :1IIelother roads the subject to the notice of the General AGscinbI, at'd: you by a majority pledge
< irnmgs. important* now that their action having been equivalent to a refusal to Internal Improvement Fund to pay the interest upon, I ofhcial statement of the Hon. GBO.. W. Call, Secretary -
HillIer course of construction, which will act :1- feelers to it, legislate, so as to remedy what I had declared in in}' opin- deem it further to be my duty to lay before you such other and Treasurer ol time Company: :
hall have been (complctcHl the Company may reasonably the l law and the intcreots and further facts as influence my judgment and which I
ion were abuse of injuries to public : The estimated cost:: of the Florida Railroad Is....$3,500,000
expect a bu.:iness which will[ insure its success. I I had performed mv whole duty. and might properly ; believe to be entitled to weight and consideration on your This sum included all expenditures and providesa

A quickening impuls-e is manifest in every branch of biisinrss :acquiesce in what Ill," judgment deemed an abuse of the parts, all of which I request you in your official capacitiesto fully equipped Road: with Depots,. Station

\ in the districts penetrated: by the several lme- of rovl I: law, sheltering myself' treat further censure, alledging. a I investigate, deeming and that the public interest demands:: Houses, Wharves and everything nrcc.ssarto:
failure min the part of the Legislature to operate with me such investigation, that if the facts be as I shall state a full business----------------------------i
Large: tracts of fertile land, hitherto overlooked for want ofproper in Ull'\, mrc3ut'redress.. It has also been in like manner them on the evidence before me, it is incumbent on you as To this the Company have of Internal Im
fieilities of tran lw j ort\tion, &('_, are now afflicting I that the ot majority of the joint committee I members of the Board and on me as Governor of the State, _
I ] urged j judgment a I provement Bonds . ... . . . 1,655,000
the'! attention of citizens)mn older and less: ; favored States I was that the abuses by me alleged to have been com not onl}'to .decline giving further aid to the Florida Railroad Of Land Bends, well secured, and which'arc

t Stu: '-mills and turpentine plantations are dottr g the lines i mitted bv I the Florida Railroad had no existence in Stet or I Company', but to take efficient measures to gnard the Internal paid to contractors, at par. ... ..... .... 1,500,000

of 1 road in (sections: heretofore miecvssil/lo and furnish, cmplov t in law, and that such judgment was conclusive, and should Improvement; Fund against the injury whuh the facts: Leaving to be pail on the stock.. .... ... .. 3 5Olltl
be !satisfactory to me. I shall adduce would seem to as having already Thc block is fixed for the present at.. ... ... 3,000,000{
laent to a largy number of industrious ifiiiiis, and givevalue I i To all of these Koonings I am unable to yield my as inflicted. Should the whole be taken, an assessment of 12

to that cla: of linds which have been regarded; untili sent. I am still satisfied that the facts communicated to Before proceeding to state the matters alluded to, I will percent. would produce. ... ..... ... ... 300,000
.. late as.valueless. Thriving;: villages hive bv magic antI will increase- importance in proportion to I took of the law was correct. Xor do I admit that the I which have been made through the public Press and in tho :?tock as yet taken i H only a little over' '((61,000-
of the General assembly to aid inredrcss5nr Legislative Halls, against any action on the part of the million dollars the
which! failijicon( the part : : me 000) one present assess
they are I
tin settlement of the
adjacent country what I believe injurious to the public interest I otlicers of the State, or of individualwhich may discredit ment on which ((12 per cent.) would produce... 120,000 ;
the' commercial centres. The-e:- evidence of prosperity but absolves me from mv sworn obligations to obey that part : any of our I.uLlic"ork?. I argue that our state needs And should no more be taken, a further assessment -

i11i"Crfl'C'thforc..llt.lo": ., however the great importance of of the conttitntion.herein I am charged to h take care I' Railroad, and that all who seek to provide them, shouldbe of Uj per cent. will be required to produce .

the v.stim; and the benefit wliieh must: rcvult from its com- that ttic laws be faithfully executed."" encouraged and not hindered by vexatious proceedingson . . . . .... .. . . .. .. 225,000To
: Tlie want of per means Of travel and transpor1Ilotivn. :- I do not impeach the judgment of the General Assembly.Thev the part of the State or its officers. make up the deficiency! of. . ... . .. .. SiijOOOMaking
1pr1tation advocate and ardent friendof
of control in as I I have ever been an active an stoci
are independent} ] limy except so f:1r. the total payment on the ; in nny
has heretofore proved l a periotis draw-bick in the settlement : and managed works, .
honestly public
} judicial planned
mav"negativ c their action. I not pretend to investigatethe event onl} 31j per cent., or 63.1 50 on every
of the state, but the lines: of road have been in ;easuns which led the Legislature to omit any action, regarding them indispensable to the development of the resources I S100 subscribed. ... ... .... ..... .... ...
almost cntirelvthise remove recommendation. I had toLe of our State, and highly promotive of tho success I
general# M) juc1iduuI.loeuft.'tl as to or cvi'on my no power
pro From this official of the Company it's.
statement ,
the evitentC and of her citizens. But whilst: the constitution I Ipro"idcs f"Pa.
and take th examination of prosperity
l the Internal 'fJenl }part in
objections.Vhen Improvementthallhave rent that the highest sum they to npoa heir:
the matter inquired into by the committee, for the encouragement of a liberal system of)nter expect pay
}been completed, and the fact: become generally I | touching'ltIJ 'I could neither examine to see whether nal Improvements, and the public wants demand that this shares of sock is 6-31, whereas! for'everyshare.of stock certified
known that Florida postcvsc a genial, healthful climate, and conseC 1 u obtained which was pertinent to theiineutigation provision of the constitution should be faithfully executed, them to the Trustees we pay $10 ; honors it results
with large: bodies of fertile land well adapted to the growthof nil the evidence; wag whether matters were allowed Laving i deem that in our anxiety to fulfil the duty we owe to tho that in declaring dividends from glue in'come,oirtlto 'Road
nor laws I mnot an individual stockholder will receive as muci'f! $34 as
State the constitution and we should Jr
corn, long staple and upland cotton. sugar, rice, Spanish relevancy to tile question to be solved m! so imposed the fund will for $100 invested. .
the sacrifice of
at equally important I
. tobacco and fruits together with an almost incxhnutillc 'Jho constitution, provides! !that, the }power of.the Government I! perform it
tropical *, shall be divided into three and essential obligations. We need Railroads and jn my This I think to be violative of the; sp1FJvi(the 1a', an< ,
: m mq ply valuable timbered lands, and to be I had of. the State ot and Florida each of the-econSdcd: to a scpa :I judgment with the material aid so liberally l restowed h} ,: [ .,",,,,,,,,,( ... f.rr.tTlla 1"lt"i.
."t c.IU-IJHT rn t'" than can lands of equal fertility in any of +I distinct (department, ,


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A H i.-pat Hi' '> w } l.----', '! f. e. -j 1 (
GTrror's 3Ze aaue.i
I UN THE SUBJECT h. J> li.-i l\c Cen. t.m 1'i sty. r-.t.l ..f NL-TV 1 ork, ai.d thai --"t and I rL.l;: i :
[Cvlic .
r.i.d ,
t In both hii.tl-rsof the Central A *unl ly ou Tr> Lb.e of t yeoi'r.ryi: en acfi-i i5.1icLtWo .
1{ / Constitution guarantees us has proclaimed an irreprcssiblec OFBOEDER J from ail of air ki< < > .
i el.iylatt.i4piiLIfe.htJ in the >7"r.,J7 iii lo Vy. A + nn furV | y. j.

( -.iflict ,'' which mean* and can mean nothing but war from t DIFFICULTIES.E.K >fire tu lay tLh inter.-tiug L wii.et.t l f.>reourniiJer i cuRlry, wIrre we ISM? MC tatmhrtt ad! t:.
A 1. *
1. A II A S K,K : .
which lies fte rational f-iniily-aIltrj; .V.l: 3f in thienG yIer.ly :
that institution at r-iml
generation to generation upon f>ru mU us giving o-r
-----0----- I of the Irpyblk aid the nat rs .l j"t. .
ti.t basis of southern prosperity civilization and hap nay IsnnI a*. and fi>r the seal0 reason ve are i.l priJ v( [
; power, a S::nz tnuinrni; 5, jl.>rio1a Union, after tl.: (artrnt ti+ t uL, '

9 1'iw-s.] !: As a sequel to that announcement, following in the 1 'TTIVE Dt rauT3: aT, puce foram3' lengthy etiimi'ent: on ittuafx'rtaut hall nst 1 array a e1 the un-hiae 1 1. ,
f November SUlIi, 1S39. J- Kulosy on Jic Late Jnmow T. AreJir. iiir'ftioRft and ti-o5inlendatUit5. tf the mat [ ,

1 ;c order of vents, cornea the development, not withoutI We lire roqi -t. M t > uv li.at To stfoy, iho lati'' sage{ it'elf in its spirit and ti-re. it i* worthy if reo.rrih.ttivn Id i.r I is: L.uiaaz ,-

I C. xubhed, of n plot com-octed in the North for the liberation Gentlemen fj tie Senate and House of Kepretentntint : ..f 1) prowif mrmtttccmin-r.( ) has 1-trn ts J warm e. r.n. n'.: .j. n. There U I Lnt.: e f.a'are in whole units J, hrj.i;tr m"L! 'tvar h::rr I.- .

:' the slaves of the South by a general insurrection. I communicate 1-crewiih; a copy of Resolutions p-j>s.-e! l.y tic .lpon; a* time time for tinWir.ry .-f an A
i Le. Mature of Georgia, and copies of letters ae'dress-ed' to the Exec- ;i ajt.r C. T. \VAED. in honor <>f the uuu.ory of lJ'tt he refs to tie it.riM t'iurt'n! : of the AJJre** to theTrnstr.f t has i roii .it will* tL b, fearful linling ai,.1 ; ,
There can 1)e no doubt that the feo-called Kepublican party, who Ins been deter heiiMi !;- fir the future. It Las Ud rue irr- -'-:
J.4XZ3 T. Accnnit.Tiic 15.rl
tithe of the State, and to Cup D. C. CampWl. cppointid the I.trosl Iupruv.n.ent -

nnnpriiing a majority of the Northern People and thus to to confer with me iu refe-ience to lliet.illwi.ltif* ; jrrown-g out ems J 1 } l.i1c1h.t iv i n iLe lit of Jrne lust !t into train ef.a.lanti .1i-tro.-iagrtitrrtiu.. .

nil intents constituting; the North, are responsible for John I of the unadjnslt el bonntlul: lice bturin 1'Is.rida unJ (;enrgia. Y*< .innhUy} o>M wax Fcltov n 1 1.tnl.illair ratlonOB ,uun.Wrf and p-ili-h.-! .| in the Flviidlan. on the W of that : luYrd and 1 till :this k eioa with an s' .
f'ol. D. C. Campbell, i'i' a reciprocal love. 1 Lave witc *> tl many keiuMi p,>tit;. s. <. .
Bro\rns scheme of mingled villainy mid folly. That party, I have not hesitated to V.\prcs to 1.Hofilp, r ho ll-tfiu S itlt pit i tirr to on *w< l- BMHith. S>tr.e tnizd! think the pi-o.ncti? >i. -f that .
1 hate .
urtcrtandirta! and vul-ivn* aithitet fear Cut it.aafty. i .
4 the elections Mhich have occurred spirit I my eh-Hie to maintain n good h-ht wi-lr. *- (turn CV1. Aiiiuk* r. and! at wjjtf ti it j..iutd I addr! S3, iu Ilia tortmtl niHnr.e-r, i is in.liratise eif a '
the Northern people by I tl.e ol (the two Slates and to assure it coiilJ not be dc.trvyed ; that the teu.rtu! >
between people diluli! the to
friendly relations in tS m-n rft dIe! .-"at the fij'taL reviv-il of former 4.11 tuLjecl
since the Harper's Ferry catastrophe, exhibit nn unmi:takable him that this 1'i''tnlemtt will not fail to adoj.t .tirh mcasmv r < I which it rehete; but IA cppriLend tt..r* war no anti [iatriotiin of the pnIe w .Id jiee-i 1 1 .. ,

difficulties that n.nyle apj emt-.r.! OM ewry rxtreii/ay and defend it from Trr\ .'! ,
parse of continuing in power. as near be needful to prevent any Ttster.lay. i fiuh itit. niion drsi 'neJ. nor will null le its -
border. I'ir.an'rx.lii.J I.M: ctlnICS o1 ll e L .loss, at But cw* tay ronS.I.-m-e is lhakem, aail a.r t'' i .
on the lf-ef unites the occasion (is seized fir that
Its of influence the and the pulpit i-poH
I two great engines press Under the icw.lutions of the last srrsion. ratifying the! action ol t1i4..town; V:f.m"i. t'n the! tCt11! lit *LJ S puif,.**!* ly tltiH* .:'tsirwus of reopening; firmer time 1 am induced to .Lt uLia&d to a>k Dt-t.: cm

gym daily becoming more insulting and nggrec>ivc towards the Incentives of the two t mates, in r.dopling tl.e tenni'ssd poh.ta of l or 4 .>ttvr", i.r r.fA'I: > t.. I he hut!. ; di pal.!. Cr think it more thin 1 proluLle that rnaneutous t nesti..ns: ltwt I reteersta t .

our im-litution and people. What else, then, have we to I the jrc-e.it rccon.7ed line, 1 have n l ;)tinted a competent Mineior m ----rry-r.-- -- I the Goervncrsehjrfimttratieniuiatfrpttratia.; that ;ui>!i fvrttt-r th-t IwTe w iiU-ti bago! *r.l .1. .

tr7 the Union contitnufi but the repetition nor I to unite with a" SUM ex or MI the pa it of Georgia, in rmning and I J fAir r to '. t\o tin Gurrrn.-r in.agt snort I.eart frmn time earli ..t reevlle .tiwu ,.f el Iu':'.. ,
i expect, ? this wirk has .,-.-d its to it acr out"are.r$1 wjrres iuo; hji euageus niu.ply tint it might
marking the line Utwwn the two State?. It h therefore expected that love uLitti tn.1 races atilt urdett at\iij! o,

one can fay when, where, how often, or with what bloody that :.lf';round of dillirrjty! will l he removed at m r.rldate, aid I e burmof.tandII ahertfsemenn'. frthe itfusel country-wywh.lerotntrlr ? :Iu.tltet.tL., .

issue?, of attempts like that lately thwarted in Virginia ? the whit-h, ha:* he-re loiote cxi-iid be finally pct to :i iend. K.ir.j (>l aluttl at a$; the indutginec of ;altrvns, the! slivers t.| the latk,* and the l-ank ,.f .
controlf.y of -- --- i Lon.U of t!.e Yh.ra: I'siliond: Companj and i.lgtrl ut the Ni.nUru Iwundary ? A.'i.1 1 It' .
It is worthy of a passing thought, that though African It i t* !however, a;'; clrndcd! that in the Cnai xtahIhhrnent
title of land liici! g2T>dutrnsting iknnu nts jril! l>* funnJ in time i vicwe.l in tliiiiirht.. Loi -r many ngret* there hurt :!tie nio ol tie Nurtli as lay hrh.! r-
the the Ii'.e litigation may ari+e ii: telpert j to the her a.e bipii.l.ed l annsen-as sir si-t.r.i! y;- ,
slavery ;s no longer an institution of most of leading of i'.fii nil I i.e that it hat 5.en i'iro.lned nil -
Honda: mid taniV'ureel adj.jl.jnC tlttan: on the *ul j i-t ** of nt at already ,
f.dfiiliiii tie jurisdiction: either of Georges or r>ato k>.e that land a t a part of it. i.> ,
].owcr3 of Christendom-several cf them, in whoso dominions alas that with -su-ct in fry litigation wl.if'i may occur a. the liirilt-r hetwc< n Fri! ut fii>tu 1S'asttiusow-tliat InnJ I. r Ala def< nre rf n !. ,

existed abolished it none of them rrcommei.ilto tl.e G nealAssfnd.lv i -r.n it a return to fruit .ii-tra;tiiitj4.1ili uitie+, ti ltich. comarcrrtr.t i..y t. utti u-.J l it once having -yet ( the Executive of tl.at: I-'tate will
Ueply to Slit Irote nt tin Oatrnl Hi- l I Iv ii. ? Mut 1 I li. et.. st-c the I
while Jo iUe
tithes; ioI they an no |H*- germ, may j r." m.1| i,
tJtow any disposition to interfere with its existence 7 I I full rrrolrtibrod t. ho l 'f the Ti.afvla dt.e.ire: of t'.neh Lalin. (rue UjilloaJ euttrpran|
would ,iir -t..1
States united the Land's of I oiia flue hug dems. I respect \ d'H-n ij ( > R.--y) m .>.i. ctml'.a; : ms.l! -tar nr; tins Waiiii i:. 6t:.1liurtiul : .
f only States that threaten our peace, are our f.i\or.tlie! contidenttiiii: *uci action as van near deem l tT'st to i ( (.o. H. 15.: tV t-. the rr.t.t.* ,f tit (Vr.lralj { hare ,:ow ; r.'rre-seJ su triumphantly a:> to iui 1:1.1.: r and |-n
:.t : by that bond of Union, the Constitution, designedt"inivi Lif ct a ril.ilar purpose, s'i far is This :dale !:as ant' J uwwtclion j U. }'. O. The reply i i- clcr ami In ll, jM..t.t.an.l i spire tit K:w-t rom.tidrnt n *& ?>'** ** i --**-*'-" *'"* t!>4 eein:.!. tintf r'lovL Nita taat.fi.-rtit MS wlirb 1 l..\e s.. wells! tfc.J) wi.K! I |hat.'i.a il.i ;. ,;
I would however, Fnzi'est that, in all proiinLilliy, if any land j -' > tlv tati-$ i It ry. it nj-p-ar: to u*.
t (treat Britain much as she has done and sulTercd in the :- tilory .Ull.l-t li} e rlniJie ol tbe Lattlv G.I.-.r.
I shall fill within the jnii'ifti of this state, in the final !* .14111li'in j UlaJ. \Var S' L'stnr. sal t-tani.1 luten tV.l''i.-'r'uMii* rMu"tV to I t Lyt ur* tIh.al IT fbU i is Tb t>k-.l'[ ; putt. r

cause abolition, and though her flan waves over her own of the lire, the tithe< \\uul.l mre prop-rly attach to ti! t'nit.vl j It-: fi\r.U.i.il a irtr.f Mrj. :it our whole yet 1'hi'| .iictrtintry. I .

E soil, nearly within sight of the southern coast of Florida, tati"5, in wh'u-Ii went tii'! State c'cnld do no more tliati unite v itiJtoigi.i I i trlii !tic j siM-tl to l arn tl.it I.ilV>, .-.nose.l I en, rjrielo Ii s.-t to t'ie orrvful enirtint; out A Shul' tati..ti k-stcmi-pen irer ,-

nothing for the disturbance of our She ( in ar application! ti> the federal (Joxe'rnrjietit for the a- /! and Mvervn; Juno b.for> tl..- b. irfit of the of .'wit tit L :-l.ti.r- so vi-cly inan-rurmJ in aetinn, r pioinu RT ore sy iu ui.it,4 I ml|,.,: L;:
attempts repose. I t., tt.e ii4 !ti I,. The n.-tr and tl..
p1 l.t
would most the end L. M. A'fxiati.'n.. ii.. -v nmy f.r eh-rn! twM. ; m
dopier of sari meaiuics as eKVctualy secure ll&5i. At veLIiv ;< .it'i-iris'viii aainrate the) alike at rest and Law
knows too well, and recognizes too fully, the obligations of wr j..ii.el ia ir. ; : -
reel.Vltll. am! < '; rna}' IK" ltair.-"l nt t5:-' IKMIV * y-pl.|
ee-> prr.Lt *r Hon. t re..ta- tt tit mI to the"pre le l-Irg! :. tJ.t u .
International comity. "We neither fear her, nor have reason Ciin-inal Prosecutions tint! ont of fcD..wvlL To tl .-c "jlin I..rani t! revisal sme eri.iitlid I"tIil i't'
I re-spo* t to any may prou : : trot of ,-. rk, a. .1 the axifot- PMX J arv; i-f- "Ilti;* ar |1. n.j tt. I Iwtr i t

lo fear her. Our aggressions come from quite other ; conflicts U tucen liter re-5'inp! in die di-petei'I't; nilery. I .teinl! it of t1.irha-tr auJ iteauttAtl rffnon} St m: c. rat c..mmg4i-Lr.l,' > tte! .. eriu.r In*set th. -.in-ly !,. *dV Iv iliij l >r.- liiI I I It ii-n., tor Ik\ hat. r .

t In oilmen that -ha'i, ; Iv ai.ttiaUJ, l by the.nr.4- .pi.it. and noTtiin of Ili Ii1 tm eon.--)4hn, 5te tL eat NMl, iutoke, :.n U.s; dif tut: ii.r. t. Ud.u ti..' -
a from who ; and it; nuh-I i. vrtll inUuLttetl .
madly proper j > t toene.'tir.ijf
than foreign sources. They come men g e\ I.; I' connected with in pnrMie the same r .tir> o. if mil d l be. prnlxste.l j liy the I II\ entire of .1oh of :t mcht aIIJ freiin of rxprrssien ; f.r the Li j-f in tic .i.icute! ucees of every aiem-reiry vt tl.i* doe. f a ,.IK ui jjs.J .i.it
tlihilc that because
us our Kcpnblic
i Ge-orci-t, ai.d if th Gtncir.l As-M-nilily iluill darn it mc' a ary to I r.J aeeiuaiatim of i tltligM; and the intense at- eeterTiMasul to r pr-- prejiJlce anti aninivsitj, I y tli.ii it is M w. I |pti iuin,*:_iv '. '

they arc answerable for our sins, and authorized, by virtue i cintbt] tin llxeutive with further rv ue-r fur that [purpose', I iep.ct- teulion of the e-L 'tritii.l +. nt.net all lore l t-tf of wm;. i, r bind anti 1wwstrccr engrnd. rel.I I trii-t n-.d 4r>>tib
of extermination rtccmmcnJ the action to t that end. sire I eh.a.l! dV what rva *uy it .wit d.>. > e a-t.h I, I, f
ftbis to merit aiij tin-re
responsibility wage a war against fully prnjicr of its Msperiwr ( rainy I
many Ti.trr in the ini-
are many sue-liens me> ;< friend, l..ni aUyBr eaa -At. Iii .f .-.- hat ( \ r... .
our Institutions. Y.TV resjiectfullv, pro-M-nt not the w >rt jtulse-!.) Ev ?ry twml.fr of (errant in their clutntttcr anti j.rtir.rr.t to the I flow "laft'e anti iaur.hr"and our I I.L.I t. .

I M. s. rJlrtrrorr. ; the ji-Iitnre, t..f.re Li* rvlttrti h'fi'f, should! ; dr] oaiin i anti ruin. Time heralt wtio r. .1-'
Yon will find no difficulty in perceiving the drift of lime Thf rei'oiinifi..ti: on the suljeet ut line |
i \Vw. II. J-vward lent '
andKr i IVr-i .d the I ait.d M.it ,
LiuiMrlf >f fur wit i>r .Lirgh'tr,
these reflections, nor do I consider it becoming cither in .] }M>sesa e a copy "Trn-t ri.vl" i* worthy of mature r.uhtvrati.n.That I |..iilu'ui.. the
  • lt .n t>f for I iiitm. 'iir ;..
    wouM av to out yvciitj grtillenan. at they it fliowM! le mL'jit. I.j the! Lrgishtture ard hearer of UUuk: I.'ej tblUani will! :. .

    myself or the occasion to dc"! in language of doubtful im RxECrrIvr Drr.t nrxT, 1ILLLDGLIILLE v.ulJ Cml 11n more tasteful gift to "Wy fiKtMl" l>. litre to be un.ju.U.r.all.The rrcontueii.!Ia- Lave w..n in.|>en.h.iM> r roast Tlio nn.

    irt. G.-. Nov. 23.! l Ji-iO. thnn the tattif. I $rwnrd will di-w.-ad l po-tel itt with ILe a I
    j I t ti.ni H. a* we nn.Ki-tnn.l it, for the fsn; of a
    II ft.H-r: l'\\ri: \ at a tli *anr*, True, Florida, as the youngest and leant populous of the His EiccHency MADIso S. I'cnKr, Governor of riarida : I} % j i tar nuthori/i-c: the re-i-ipt vt Ibirrcai tmernse- I e.-u-tiluli. l're-dent.-f ll. Unite! Mjf. -

    Southern sovereignties can only follow in action the lead 'V>iiie| -, 1 Lv ajlr.+-ina Sir. Mil> .i"4all "rwiy "Laily: I net-lit hurls 1 : ii. j>aynn.L for any of ll.e Lfti'd l.e- name 4.1 out will rtr be l ih> rim!..,! a d is
    DE\R Sin Allow t introduce to the hearer of this Cu'
    : me i you .rrag.r" of 1.r A- eentin; at TailJm"te.. nii.t Ionsin-4 lolIieTn-t:, Funk Such n law u.mMreull i, the father tif I hi- roui tit std tint t. n '. iI'LI'B
    of her sisters this constitutes no reason why at a time D. C. Campbell, of this city. CY-I. Camplull has Ken apnintfdbv u.-ut ,
    yet | co .8 etnt and stump, *ill have their vr *rI'UiKtua'.ly L.nititiaiy!! !n two lit it wouhl it e kum *ami -f the < .1. r a.,

    demanding the freest conference and frankest expression me a Sj>ccial i Agent on the pail of this State, under n ifriution ; altri:.!. tl to. kow to aLri-a'I that vay IluriJj: |has ci.ulj- I lir n *rut. d as the -ii-9iu nt L.r n aatr-' .t. :

    of its General) _seiuhly, to \isjt and confer with yt ti in ulihcn to ft.j.italMts destmrer f the I'tl n. .

    among those joined bv a common destiny, she should existing and anticipated uilliculties growing out of t.e!: Hiaii. Ii t f.

    eilcur. I belie* that her voice should be heard intones tuaIstaIWC w u.i! give .-.-tli ecte in and ficiit! ten learn{ in the KielB.l Vliiia.:' ivj.u-i
    remain j question o 'thc boundary line between the States of Gf. rgi.i and \ etc Ly the last Hfit'iel that 11 F. ALLIA. "
    tl> "Nrw leak l.i-M! ..f :l.r l:.:h f m-. i
    4: not loud but deep," in favor of an eternal separation I'hiticia. The rcs l'ition under which he is! app 'ifited stop !L shorten 1i'1., Imaa df j40e.1 of his utaI.fl-t.ntnt to M.-'Z4. 4 -C 'ti.iti.ifor i ion. Ar.JiJjy: ll wi.ui.l er.air Bi.-iul that ankle t.- -ms---to all tuf ". .i. '

    from those whose wickedness and fanaticism forbid to yon by him. It e\inct, as _iou wil 1 perceive, tie M lifitu !le of 11 A. 11.MI aii-1 T. I). Hirir-HiT. Ur. Allen! hast a lci'e n.nrkit a-l .Irtcabtl tar rise l">n.K A t OD.- rvjti .> Ken ii the \t ed,. wl m l"te I' t

    us Georgia; for the maintenance of good neigh'ioihood' between the two ithteJ the .*.', /;net f'r the li-t six y4arduring |>rrwho eoulJ pay for Ltn.i) in Lowl. .hat 4H.1 l and I..i.' tii.ir ie ni-v It tier than th. \ '.

    longer to live with them in peace and safety. There arc contiguous Slatts, and her determination, while tl.e boundary re- t! which lime he has ldured faithfully and ally in sot eon Lm mon lh.in 50 Cents iu the ilotliti.winiLl ;} | arty In whin i tli.v trl..t'_. 1 rwouu< t.l i: t
    stun. r.iiHiIclil!
    pood grounds for the hope that most of the Southern States maiis: unadja:te l, to do al! in her power to irptcss agitation; and i > {-port of the |arty 'f whu-h lit' was the h.a>!in. |*efir th..t w. ie of pajmeut In.-auw it ti.-n ol'- all .wio rt..tse-n:rat. \ei-.hers in et.ry,; r..nl i .

    Will not consent to see the General Government pass into prevent j vxciteinenf.Tlw rg-in in the Mite. In Miring he rarrv with i would I Le his intense to 110 .o, and elfiutrrt 1 Uj iu.try. It e4.j'a'ni- Ml and eon ,.!. '. .

    bands avowedly hostile to the South. If such is their I Agent on the part of the state will submit to you snggrstions him tit rt'tet <>f his poiitu-al .|..p"iifntn.l the :j the in.,' iting power ia all Ln-iae+* transaction-: soa: nt mar fc-4 bag,* and tliy epieiuu.l| I

    purpose ) emanating from this Department, and will cordially entertain, wana rtirl'ns of his p.-iilu-al frieinis. Ve du not j VnlJ the Lou.?* tow out tr all taken up in this | know a ai.n iu lite w.h! S.uih n i et.t. .

    i it is not unlikely that they will prepare for the emergency and! tn the extent of his act that be submitted i in < xe-h.in e tar laud, it vouM Lethe WM i tf.TnI 4>,.IRis 1 ii-niRiy. mesh.. p. -.- a ,
    authority upon, any May I think that vo coukl w i-I ft+r Lima I itt r fiih'rc way fr Ii, _. ii.t :nGt.; !,., ..0ici.-. a +t..mi '
    }1 of the approaching Presidential election. by \oa. I'ntertaining: the Lope that the exalt of thi agency limn to PX(4Tr( the hi.pu that he mill: MHIH abjure tl.im'! that could occur to the FatuLVi h.'r.'s i ss.r (o ar.r 111-r..t h' P rr j '

    3 !! What, if any, steps will be necessary, on your part, to will pro\e LentCcial to the interests of ln-th States, 1 am. I "since Ll-*'**!!! **,** And continue the rrfomI vtalin these ln>r. I ii i'u ut h. re rhos n bu -k-; but |sr-4* >i .il ..- -- -

    Very n poctfulv! ol/t sorx'i, The HaiJros.U! in5tea of going fji.-L-i chili and cv. n n n.rnuti | o.itruerequire: in.Jjy .-
    ition in the raik..t the "nnfi rritial'] MpitaIsl -
    for Florida's with them in the contingency ? po *
    provide and atih. a.Ii .
    jfcs'iirii Inert ar (cwt rural wul
    i: Uoivs.COPY. ; !
    i will th. n ove the Fm.il, and what. interest
    what voithl he Le Trr -
    i suggested I leave for the wisdom of the Legislature If he is .1 "eltver fellow" now. I; in ..nr Kami1 !+, jn-t.4.h.hf tl t rdiah rnrat I.; ,
    } were lh se two reform i-arr% a >nt? em tluirl! >whether in whole or in part, > -1 ij> with l..i-k wv late met, tL.unrt- 1,

    . to determine. they Le aLle t t will into its Trearnrv i fr.nu out retttlrtuan to ai lbrr 1 hviie. '
    [ Ilia tBwcraors 51. --r*. Ilirt and llr f'.>t. are may p.'V. go u.i: i
    . j ]
    MILITIA. AND PATKOI. LAW3. r a"t-wnK (.. th. rI,1.. i ; .4 ml,.. and to i inst.ad.tf Liirjfs, rt out ef tl.e State. Anyone '1 Lr neirlr, te.L
    :. j Ilxrcrnvn 1 DnrAuTur r, Yon .i\ .' It I* > rttiK'gt that yon oft:, .1,
    the *th hem; Lad i can fee that if lie! Fund were reii.re.1 in this any, .lo vet ,
    ot sttrn-t .
    i we your uwa and| in
    ; 1ov.3d ae.
    In this connexion I deem it proper to call yourattention MILLEDGCVILLE, ( a., 159. fj.argiof that papf tin- lat.r.'itor .- ii wood? i- -i he in a condition to rt n.ler the I with B1l e RrpuLiieiilk 4-a.u j I' the nI, ,, I II

    to the disorganized state of the Militia and inefficiency of To Col. D. C. CAMrr-ELL: in the -rmm.r.: 3Ir. r r.-Vnt i# a prartii-il) i most mat. >-; .! rid to all the iinfinis'uj Intern.ilf f men whi> ran ytt.eti-i.! : .,f i'l: f. :i: : ,

    t s the Patrol Laws. printer, bavin'tnmmerrrd hi* nppr:uti "*!hip in f f Inipr .Tenier.i eiitprjiri-e Vft repeat, the ree r.i- -rinj! at Ihe N. rib 15 tie [Penn.- r.- i '
    ; Drab Sin : In pursuance of the resolution of the General Asrem1.1 1 i r ain-t Iii ti-all I.: 1 uiu ao I* n.-ma-_ -
    have l bccu A tWt tl.4 f7oflliat Ofor-3r! Ilirt a m -ntti-r of the I BM-udition j iwpr'hy! ('( the most mature con- .le- i.M-Iin.-V.} .l ,., .
    under which ,
    } By examining the Patrol laws of the State it will be found y you apjMiinted a Special int .I-'i i-p--.I M4r. **>-i '
    r Tallahassee and confer with the llx.-cntivo of rior.d.toa will, at Tallahassee IJur. trae.dv! and easy writ.-rs, thus ration, and tU.uM j i' L. Barred cut, a ill tct fall i j rimes l.ttttein il.e r.iMnrjtuparty -i-' t'

    I f that they are based upon a military organization. In the your earliest convenience, enter upon the duties confided to you. will! not fi.il to make t'ie! &n1a-l w.loni4 wLrre I to Le ngar..1: a* A Ccat-cial meal cre rrfleetins j I Hit*-*. KopuLti..in or Ah.1jt-n< : |*rty. I n.. -. I Ii .

    absence of the Captain of a Company, tha dutyinipored Yon will express to the Governor of Iloiidi! the solicitude of the I tar it may circaUtf. In extending tw them a I j creuit rjtoa I aL the Excmire and the General There.l hwish-J. it a&d t.rmiuet there! ua.i ener lure;rtie lit in. -
    are (eir I-era
    upon him is devolved upon the magistrate, yet, it will be General Assembly of Georgia and of this Deputmeiit to m.iiat.iin h.-arty rreftin as t-retbren cf the same fntrrnity.v | AiwemLly.TWreare. pitriul*-mai.y pure anti rn.l.le rWiuriit nun-\n :>"'

    teen at a single glance that the whole scheme and plan of uninterrupted the kindly relations that ha\e heretofore exi-trd Between \-C trn-t that they may ever ( *') the nlit.'ri.il lb'J oiiicr sniryftions Lrotijht to the noI I Ihn-ocr.itie 4-.r :iaitatb.n'aMI there are '.a. '

    tu! people of the two Stale, and which niiftnt'initi-Iy: I h:: ve I sIQand iI.iTrny. sad <-h4><>r
    patrol was based upon the idea of a military organization recently IK-OII disturbed in rem tlin sertiunl, growing <*A of the nun.!- I I I port, melt Kith no w.-r o puliil::al fate than to set ; in eomeient K( on. Tl>* Ji'.l'uia end pjlr.! !li\vi- I eralk- pan i* en wned wilti thi* uraee, nt .i-t i iI ,

    The Legislature at an early day passed laws organizing jutted l bound ir3 line that divides then victory, y.ar after yer, ptvli*!..* iij" n t.e! Urdu" .!| the t'.niGcati; >nt.ftLe Lau-f-the etaLH.-hni, nt of I j to i js 'Ihe ppocifd'tM AI.>Iiti the.|.i-t Itatk! It l*IlVf.uMirai.n niemlwi! are J,f..'i t I'n .i

    h and regulating the Militia, but from some cause the whole You can tender to him, the nttrillrethat c\crv ( !fr it i-i the | rr.itiiImtitirr.'fO h'P! Us they U'tl! kh.lii iiv.." I| a Lr.nnt.e A-j lam Ac.-are all mattrtaf (at. rr5tI ( every Mate and T rrit..r'it J-, ml,. rr'-r. i ..

    pnvn of this Dt paitment \\.ll:: l I.e |>"it ito, cxerci-e, not only to haie So mote it Le.e to the peeps. and claiia the nttontion r.f their swti..tiil, I ut a notoaaf': 1 inc. It i i-i n-- .
    Fclicmc: proved a failure. It is not intended lo be I
    suggested the boundary line settled as early as p'peticable l-nt to j prn1 t-nt, till -- -- --- 1 1i j with the totstitutii.-i. an/1!, it .nee-.eful,1 i.--:,,1

    that our State should be converted into a military camp, 1te I.eiLtntrrrc. t On the et of Fe.'. ml i pledged to u-t.iin the i'n'ert
    I that onjfct hall !be aceonijilt.hi-el. any of the eiifiiouilu-s! or aniz: o i- i I 'ci.jt Kelition*. now
    LastS1on.Liraa.ti.e.luy fMthe ye asrn.ling Hi CM- are r or that our citizens should be harrasscd by needless drill ties that may be apprehemh-d ;IIIMIJ/ ; tie! peij.le[ ie-iilm; ri lh.it General more thriatet.ii ; to ua of the Smtli thai at any smt ( and > ir.ui- in f the .ts=<'ml .y t.f thi tatr, :ti par] -alaee |fla.r ei of o| |H t I.t.
    and exercise. But it is highly proper in view of passing region through whi.-h! the line of boundary may ultimately !tI r taliJifft.eHl. of n r'-t lin.n: ad..l.trd "a the ISih Jannnrt !at. i f l-reiittu*priori in oar Listtrr, the Governor fpeak local amp wli.irml pnrtirsJ The Da.! -li ft pt.l rI t .-I in
    To ti.is! end his that should. litigation i* liM il-it I.a+ no ?neinl no friem': .
    you can a -ure Excellence, I a* a Irne-henrteJ Southern patriot. Ar.Ient and party >4 r nwJ
    events that the militia should be thoroughly organized, A quorum npltean] .| in the Senate and that l*>..iyj.r Minpiitliie* h Iwynrd the !iii-tt-! i.f the .! I.1.1
    J nun' .i. ;
    take |'l.ice iii the Couit' of this! Mal< in rtlatim to l.i'uis ;rorj.'asM bi njrvi'r. he but reflee-U! the wntiI -
    armed and officered to be able] to render efficient service incases I I .4>.l.-.l to I.usinetint a quorum nut Ming | ini;: Mnte It !is orpir.i/eil 4>n rertUnal piini ipti
    under I'loiiil.i grafltd0hlt'fi when the line shall! be ehriijnated I menuf
    boundary tl.people S hi. Chief
    e he
    Magi-trate iaIiiirrf
    | i d the!
    U to in of M.llrM
    i >mt in the Ilou-c, en JJOIIII.I.M nt tHb place j i.'ii.ni| | rxtrl> -it I* ui.m |>-
    of sudden and pressing emergency. The ordinary sh.dl fall under the jmi>dietiM-d tn the Tu;itire Shitr Ijiwit i-+4>[ |I.w.i) to
    until uhea
    f civil patrol authorized by law would be sulllcient fur common vi1l recommend to the General AFSembty of this State snrhlegislatimt Tuiliy tde.l, with. a ijuorutu apjariig, La.-.lncss: 1 .ils Ci>Ih rrr)' the p4>n 'Jliiirn.ieneeLettersor the constitution. oppieii to the ,.-ti-.i .n i.f the > i ipienie

    a* mabe tlccesary to perfect titles iu the Lands of was pnK. Couit on the lav. aiul ti.e-comtituaonn. In
    Tlirmiw tie .iitation' ..f(friend of!lie tliMii
    occasions ; but emergencies might unexpectedly occur Mr. Hilton; ,the rnlciont Chief CL rk. re i"ml anti J Jt what then are the (:lark KipulK.an! : Utt i d! mtlii
    holders and al him that vhould! cri-i,in-d
    bnmfcle ; you can o assure t
    rni 11r4{ Sits it
    gen'Irn'aum hive
    .. wrote i\e Leen i.L<>!itii>rii-'ts ? Ton iniv as they will not I I'aiqger
    H. O. E Editor
    requiring the aid of the military, and for such emergencies out f conflicts between thos' in the Graham I., f the Ct-Jjr Gets Ttiryrapk *
    prosecutions <' int ie-iding "
    {jr furnislie.l wish the flhnwineopyufaletter written Oh! no. ll-r ail m.nt I.i tl.it I.
    ,; we should not be wholly unprepared. Our State has been disputed! ti-rutoiy .tituti'd} in any of the* Court of Georgia, that was bnatiinou-y! elertrJ in hipLict*. TiIloa > Ly Cencral Call of this Conaty to a prominent lit} will f land en the Moulin rn tr..?. r. I t ';..' :old'

    I this( Ui-paitment will reqnrst tint nolle protetjuies bo e-nttTi-d. <4>, Ly a unanimous rote, on motion cf :L-. Erwin j call lo oar slim. lo come heer.anti when lt.------fl! .
    far from those
    : so happily exempt frightful tragedies enacted i fect.eRKin rf New York, .l..ee. aconaint.nre henn.Ie .
    You will ask the Ilxe-cutive ot Fin:ida Ilk to ri-ciprocatc of Jic-b-vm. tcn.L.Tc-1 to ->Jr. II. its tluii.k- 6 r I th>3'will they nidthnu innuikipgtlitir t.ipc.-, 1
    elsewhere but the elements of mischief exist in 13:1*. amid alt!, whom a.1 ietiJIy corn if ) in ol.e li ll. law I too--!
    same these efforts t to maintain and order the Lordmrs the -nj.-i irat manner in which! he Lad ili>chf.n'r.l jion- arrr ie. > ire to e an' !
    jn-ire good amoi-g } u',nee has iiec len kept rj>. The gentleman i* a tuition ni 1 r.-tcue them iron tie es-t.>.ir ut| tl .
    among us, and our peace and security may be disturbed by and protect lilies in 1nm e fide lai.d, owner. the duties of the Chief Clt-rtsliip C"iirj>l-m.'iil I
    politician of the Sur.l (liool.nml hit Liter to Lat.uw! for liy own part. |lied I think tli.- s
    the same causes which have operated in other places. Such In short, you will: confer fully wish tin Governor of Honda i.) relation well le >rreJ and icefully b.- towej. r tie the general -ntin,ent <.f the South) I pr.-f- r r!,

    to all existing and anticipated matters of cmntrover-y j A ciHnnitUee Mrinit ujite.1 on the Ooron.or, a Gin. C., reply to which we have the pleasure I aholllioni-t. I | ref. r tiie nwn nl... lists thi| .!nrn ,-
    and among
    apathy indifference has been manifest in relation to wonl-1 I.nve
    of Ix-en
    reetired from Mm nod puL.i-'i.ipi Petra written and courses to eri>- even/ with fire iin-l tat r-1.
    the borderers, nsreitain, li* \iews ii: regird t<, the best ursl.' of tfHagv was read iu It tit
    the laws regulating and governing the militia that I am at quieting rrmo\ing or prcicnting the.., and firth plitlg*. the co-oj- I j II.-Kxx, xrliio'i! me Liy l-vfttre rooters to.tov.Xotic. willl the TI< w oeui! :tlci rjijuirt in behalf of Sew "tiltii q--ra'ify.n J-t f. and e (rtte thill''
    I iuotu ration 1111.1 r.v.t.: i if Le und 1 Inn. tlr
    t c a loss to suggest a course by which the evil would be rem I ration of the authorities of Ge-orgia in all reasonalft; e(Torts to ac i icoiiiplish .' of the iutt.xliM'tHvn of Ltll ta piren Ly arl f* tilt r.it I'resMeney.! l If such wmit-toljwf, I n..- ]:!eree. of -Ij .>tinjr "r lwi in.. wlii.'i ail

    ,' edied. object so desirable j lir. Williams of Linn of a l.ill to fi.-nifl our SUre oDr rea Ir' will see with! \t >mt stern n pi oof the an.ureiI! ) f.!'Tow t.. tlutfttiikin:; !U >rk K< pnl,'.r n

    The result of your minion, you will report to this DeparticcnL l1'cry | (rem Hxreution ; Ly Mr. Kenan cf a Lil! in &iLi-! approach| has In en met. (lea. CslI' reply i is. a.lrair alto keep iiivl't! of .Inn .r anal d.-r' nfi.aldtiflii'o
    But in view of the pressing emergency for a thorough tion act coi.ceriiin Dower 1 iLL in its tone and entimeut. It i ian-h a letter I to the S.iitli. AtI! have mr.e'i: hiirli.
    repectfally, i to an ; Ly Sir. Chard !
    organization I would respectfully recommend that all the as Lcfame him ia a time like t'ne present, when all I re.p4ct f.-r Old ISrowit** in pri-i'. in.I: < r eoiidem
    four ol edi serv'r of
    via Lill the Andrew
    r > "nt ; to change name J. retells I nation cf.Si-ath f.r tit f.-J. tiles a i... >unS< ward
    militia offices in the State be vacated, that the Governor JOSEI'J E. BUOW N. to tlut e-f A lre\v J. Iinc.in. and Ly Sir Bnrrelt tam are ra'tinl c;>tin to n fleet, cal'nly and
    be required to order election at Jill of a bill f.r. the btttcr Oo\t.rnineut e'f l }'tee :;eroea npiin the poLtu-al; art social as1K<-t- of the I fe-lfthere i< an "Irrepres-iLIe eoi.fiift between
    an an caily day to every .. 11. t'I t-IIt An.l rr11I"le : 1111.. YIltm
    Wtlrnr.tt Thnre is serf"us border trtl.rullics b'-1 future. roiiirin; man wiltin tli lang. r Tk C. a
    li'iuly to in tits State.
    occur farri .l bark 'o New York and 31st.
    til i I.
    militia office in the State that he be fill slacry .i
    empowered to by ; .'ft1eJtel.a J t-fn more noteS for his warm and
    tntc-n the citizens of (; and sister State of ri rela --yam-.6s fi: --- y .
    Jeorgia our on j j I hiMctt, or the entton Eel-!* f the South -lull I.
    appointment all vacancies that failure of A Frcc&Twx. Tlie J\iMt'y I'fitvJ ns:>>rt< the I ILol.iin anltnt lore rf the Ualon. I.-.JcC J ro proniinent has .
    might occur by a account of "it conflict of juli di-ion( of the Counts of the two j ettivn'e.t t-T ctit ;J.nr. 1i.mn'ay Sewar.l i. e.
    tae citizens States inveihin tl.t, of said States AMIVIIEBI of.1 IVmentiim of the L of the FU>r- j 1 been t.i! peenliarlty of his character tl'it he has i a fiM-l." Thi* I Leliere, I nt Ini i* a-i-Ne-h' Vknate. a
    elect and povert-ignt :
    to the officer or officers thus ; \ i.lj
    appointed I'reson tl.e lath proximo, at TalUhassu-e. fur ,
    He hn raid thai
    Seen neralv! l.Kike.1 as one Ttl.o rrcrar.leJ4.i wl.ir'i iio man of'-'ii
    It is with the character of the two L 5. Upon
    to be compelled to serve under penalty fur twelve incompatible government, the ecnMJeralion of matttri iinjiortnnt to its in- 1 j can Inlirvp an 1 he has ad it f..r the no't wi< kI I
    twcen which the mo>t fikndl3relations should exist, that any collision ti-ri:.. We Lave, on other area-inn., rS.mast-, i >l ,ti"n as utterly impo=tiL1.. for almo t cry > and unhfillowed! l excite the Nor'U

    k months from the date of said appointment. In order to encourage should' occur between the citizensthereof, j jBe our rims as Lein, fienrahle ti. sn< i, a str( and I eor.cttvaLJ*' ean e; an-1 in yirtr i of this it need not I II against the S'tith. 1 rrp.oe-to Ai-d this i* the titan ion a..-i i .1(

    the I now fully nppnive of JarLsotrtf't Siamt'r-L 't I \ of time thA istirre.1 to make Pre 5d of the I'tiile. II. L
    organization of volunteer matter urpr'e tenth nt f-t.ite! rant
    companies throughout resohcd the General Tliat the
    it therefore ly Atsemlly
    j V"e > eof t e fnrCe-tun contain**.] in the .
    aj pr and come President or Kii: > r.r of the Niir!hern I>M *
    her t5.cn sash! a eTefon.ler p
    the State I would f Governor be authoiized" to ti..i Tallthi nJj.ve nod! thiit.illi the prnf'utnlest i5.-f.tlis
    recommend that provision be made 1 appoint a Special Agent hope| -.iiKti. of the !L-n of our riihajipy country. Jnt lt veil a<'- r- '.
    lVe, tl.ron hti.it the the al a.lrie-rt- tle! CLiun as <>< n. Call is forco*!. Ly the
    the seat of of the Stale of I loida! to confir j c< n rilly r'tute. i\e 'r
    sce M'm
    which all subject to militia government Sir, { JI friraril will n>rrr prririr are ttir +
    oy I persons duty might commute Jay! (l'JlDeo.\ ,) or come ital.e f.itme d.-y.! n.rLe airniirc! trinef reac!,*>3JI Northern Iittoiins
    with the Executive of the said State of I lorifla. and lo enter v.jon j y | tni<* f f tbt &jullieiu ! t>% rim( lufrriran > "
    the same by the payment of a per capita tax annually, such negotiations as will icstore quiet and prevent bloodshed. between I am ofof thnt 1 fltir n11 ned iv l.v iho-c.-rtiin and eawl[ hy that larc dm nh<* f./lloxr the :a'erarl. Yon may regard thi:* a* a fiit r'-1 n '
    failure .
    i.o on tinp.irt
    which sums should constitute a fund to arm and equip the the citizens of jail I Stales, until the boundary line ol"rai I i i p-e-u.ii.-sn.y ct.nneeteJ with the f r. s of our State, | tear.ins of Seward atv.l wl.ie'i teachings hare s oreeet.tly iloubtc.i ore4 n ronrtrd. 'Thi* I fiiuily !.< ji. y. .i-
    le the fixed opinion ard i.r. T.x-eLL ltt.rmit.sti. n
    volunteers companies ; provided said companies should Sates: is adjusted and agreed upon. to ottriiJ such mcrltrg.Vo uo-il.l ni j jattocd had their extraphjicnton on the toll of of the w 1 i.L4.cth.. The amtnt In* ior_' I 1. iexhauncd

    drill at least twelve days in each I. T. IRWI.V, ii4ti a mere stair;>-lion, obis ne cou!.] l-e I j jifureil l Virgini.i. to coiitrmpl.tte the eorseqttenee to his | -there i ii:.o iililin ofojHtiion.tn.i the r '
    that Mhe-rs !.1 I the
    year. Speaker House of Representatives. many vou Meet It- re at own fei.ti.tn c.f A niark HcpuLIitai: victory in the i* ther.f.ire no \.ammttm;. 1 brit is a j-ort.i.t. '. -

    The laws governing the militia should bo so amended as S. 1.. GUERIIY, the usancef the fame. AVe hole the J'tit.ily i elrcti >n of ISO, anti to r-r.tlaiai in aiUarce at the calm pervmlirj aM [jortie nivl -a-r* of ntet. '
    /.ientlniid Tall.ih.ii \iiil out an.1!
    speak j
    |papers it in i the aim, whirli 49 the hnrriean.-t, stilt
    to insure a summary collection of all fines impqsod by President of the Senate. give eii time to c .ti "ilir the t.i.itltr. Al.bt say i irrermaWe! 4letennlnitiun of the i-outh." that repose whirh 1'rccodel r.rec eon y uin.! and :'In '

    courts martial, and should apply to the volunteer In Senate, read and agreed to Nov. 19ih, 1830.TKED. you Beath men T Shall we ha e a meeting on the \Villian II. Seward sill ncvrr prfjiJe over the ti.-n eta IVwdent 4.netioaal jr ouiid* per.?le_ 1 ',

    f tiles compa II.VKST, day! S't esttd. or shall -we J f.rihe time till all South, rn States of th'confeJeracy." It i* inJif.l acotaLle carry out tlie principles sthe< l>Wk 1pthti: ;npnrtr.
    as well as the militia. thus e inter. te.l in the nwtUrin the mora remote ,*
    Secretary of Senate.In *ign- I sections jf our State hear <>f it, anti their
    may pot '
    Desiring that your actions may redound to the publi House of Ilep resentatives. Nov. 10th, 1S59.x < OPKnl to participate. I.r-m.maly! or ly i-roxy, in Hl.ickUipt.Li! an rauk such a* we take Gen f.. Aln.ighty power can abate until it shall l-nte Iti-'n r>-
    { iinter liirimetit of our glorious
    pc-od, I invoke the blessings of Divine Providence upon JAS. J. DIAMOND, t the
  • r. Let !.'! our JNliotlicah ?- torrt-'pon-li'itt to I r, might study with profit. Totinireon'it'tration Yon very every kindly MV. "A'l we ak of the S>tit' i*

    your deliberations. M. S. PERKY. Clerk of House of Representaticcs. spunk oi.t-yea or my. As for II. we f we commend the sentiments of to 1 e 'till ; w e w ill h'.rld'thrlii w tth the sort.n' :

    I Assented ISovcmher tWd, 1839. are for the I'reMnant tneeiiag. tome when anti thj*letter. ( bayonet from all Lariii. From w h<'m sill v'I'
    \\Ltrc it JnJf/itk' I'ft**. t-i-t---
    JOSEPH E. BROWN may ih'eld ns! From the a anu of the aU.liti'
    Governor., Vtt lind I intemleil, nutlcii C the mj cstion e>f the I.AKE jArKo
    -- Some ill-natured cunr.mlgcon has Lad limo impudence to say i F\imily\ frifn-I, bat previtm eti cments Brow l.d Dc.\c ?is: Last Di' 'it I receired your* without the B1.irk KipuLlearn Y .umill n.it *h.il

    it from our ni.ii'K The piormsitiou i ii a soo.l me ; slate. I ha venal it attenti\ely. I !rare c nsijf oijnrjjn>e -you will net allow! the alotitjnfjttto
    i t'.at: .i Somalis tongue will: eo more execution ins given time than STATE on GEOEGIA, Esrcmvr CIUMEEB, stetl t : I them:"I nt cult will intite them to run aa\ -
    I bate reflected
    time the Convention l it lYIiLrratfly. maturely
    but the euggestc3 for [ re
    MtLLEDGK*. ILtE Nor 23d 1S59. jitrhaps I and protect them In open violation of the crustt 1tion >-
    tl. frost dangerous of the new engines f.f destruction exhibited at the h hf IC leo short f-ir the rKjt.i-.ie Loti; lo reacli all !I ipon the scalitlentsaa3 cpicinr it coniain with |. Your profrr-lpnlretu.nreminds roe of .!! '

    k War Department in Washington.: What Hcnr3r IF. Waters, Secretary of the Executive Department, de part of the St rte. Siipjn'-c the ciroml lloinlny in j jJatvnry niinssfcflii'rs e>f pleasure and p.iin. It l.rorght romnr.tie friend.hij of tb c.s-mtnoleshosonetin': +
    a mons'or.The herel th.it the within and is and kill his best friend to prevent l.h enemy (from tlinp
    3'ccitif3 foregoing a true petf.ct Le suLititi.te.l fur tie lotli l)ec ft'\\Qing question hating been faced the him. Y.t I thank j"'t for my fractional yr"of
    on of Joint Resolution framed the Genera!
    paper copy oiiginal by Asctm- The eta-oaiC Grand LfHijrc ronrtixsin this city at Saratoga, in JSI2, the plea Mir* I enjoyed in jour I IRiciety. thi Teie*.! l
    disc-usion by the members of lie Leicester; Young .Men's ChiislianAf Wy of this State, and signed in this Departmcntfon tl.e 22J day of that tine ar..l the otcatior. would Le n ple.iMT.t the marl eiWijiti ifs I owe JOB for your i ipor neither rrs hips< iem-ljr nor air iT!. lo lire parer eminjli either :o

    *.ciation : "Does teetotalism rest on a solid Lviif! I November, A D.. 1839. one fir the Editors of tHe State, many e>f whom ,oral kin-Jnej anti cttf t'on to stranger from ree iTe or G' enjoy if. V.'e are told in the fulfilm! nol
    ava" an- Given tinder hand J the meal\ the that tie time will when the ten
    a of Execntire D eoioe
    my an : of ll nniur.t and !,honoral the S ath r.o specie} cla'ro Propheev
    rwrcrexUl by writing underneath Xo are mmrat.ers! :at fw- > having upon your what
    : on a liquid. \ ndtlirlnfiihwiili: low-itl 'getheriiipeaee.
    the first
    --\ hu invented [ KXL.] partment, day.and year above written.Signed. t.Tnity.Vhrtlier the 10th! Irstar.t,. tr the 21MncLty courtesy and piul.ty.: It Lrin; to my rimeniLranee that f happv Jaylii!H dawn ; when the aatlp.tki's|
    beg a new telegraph. He H. WATERS
    H. '
    to place ( ) srhm
    of proposes in January 1 e fleeted, however ** age"in" too, many other cherished and hishlr .rnatrre shall jientrnUled and annulled ; '.
    't:.e women fifty step; a art, find commit: lip to the flat Erecvtlce of th. !fl1TV **"
    theta pews Secretary Jcpartinn'. rtribe CvnTMitit n. l lS. rained friends-Mr. Eiet.nrla *f Ik s oat CoL Cha,. tic golf stall become the thtid rrd -
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    | MluuteJ abon tire !
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    1A c.ld at th* rmdcnr if the life ilc- plie. lying Itunmiii'iljr on LalS.tnq.1.s,
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    i C | it-s M.ar.t.'t-., -till tlwnr.1 milling! nnj hrr.-t-v ] of the Circuit Court lor ILe! U i-Mi-rn (
    : i" I1ftTE.T OF: Aol llantnct Lti'.h. nraJ o'ruaa poem at ti.
    )!* propeity lM-!'.nrinm t. ni-l estate
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    pn'p"S in 1I. u's.tt..l! r.n.l Uitrhrn Furniture. nr>ntl after d.ite. tf.e uridor-irnei will beet lands eftlic lli'Ii-.t.'Wn! Us, mock. I i, cI
    F. A. S GULF CEHTR8L R. R. CO. 1 fort l.iman! a e..ly j an.! anaieai.l|<> a.lju'tni.-iit of of three a.4tn. .i. c--!J. Flail y n-re:Te l Implmtnt part IlotM-c. Mtat.! Moktand St *k SIX: >t hi* lion account and! vomlirr-1 lu ibm Jnd pre-e I of the ne.tt lir ntifi:\iInratt d piof ? ri tt
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    and sal.mitlinif tl i..n | ll.- tri- Tliti th a !h.tlr! ii'in.U.! r..f r..', ra.
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    tti.'h l at an rally! day, an.l! -'ioi.Mit n;.; i.ir that of Ju-'fjo! of tilt Cir.-iilt C.mr! f.-r tle! id fuMi thr T.dUha! t't Atl >
    T-ttiil.-i: X-v.S-t!.. 1s. f i 'I All *.ims im.!cr tvotify (! '!?7ar!> e ?K rl J. Ii.! JEFFCOAT, AJm'r.Notice. rwrn 'i. u>t RaZr.ssi.
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    r .n.l .T I..t.rii't '..> tin- < '.-:tr-l l ifiiijk.iiy, tiioy a'I!] i.nVf t iit 4tf tlu-! .1 U'..> :I. ,. It!! .U I ri *>.t' per islte'iI In tla utctj'ii w iti.'n tfrlvc! nuonth..
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    .. ; '. AtJatiti* aH.iif! C.nUal j R.tiVo.| Orrpany i llii* P iiirJ i i- c.'tiii.l.Tt that the ]line of n rl! j ji I and three (.o -.-allin. vi.trs< re E. I5VP.D, AJmtx. .

    i--: : in rt-fp.'Hfiil t.>nn t's tliepr<.t .ft t.f tlwCompany i]i \Vt .fQt.ia. -\ will ronrtrtK-t'-'i at no ih'Lnt I i Hi: tlii i: v.ho'i! n tnir of r. rs. a- I l.c.9. 47ITotice._ _ I prrye-ns liavin ; mInim e.r iLnamLa of v $ TZIC PL.tc;:. ? o. T.

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    S wt-te.fl.nlo City. Tbt !>>:ird. I .t. the ori chat! liav.- pad tlir.mirii! Ihr an.ct' j I wa J two ilanus..nt.I) | miel nitty-i mlii. ( .!. V VI Harvey. lite e>f UaktiH.i eonnfy. Flfiiili. deceased '' HsnitiitHt r.nd! tint tjii'ity' I'irre lin:

  • 1 iLt' t it tWir M" tr-i'iitmm tb* kindivt rrl.itt m,. to .1! l.in.i" ,tfY.. -t KU'ri.U. nil tl. C.naoitie.| on '.I ihrftv Jatift tl. h Ilil.r r.ci ivttl the : j or=nn* in tls? uidrr-i I tfMl arrcs of it clt ari-J. TLi l placV! i-t n\ milts IVrit

    ti!.. Atlantic & (JiilfCrntral Railroad ()tistpinl. rn4 1 1 tail line mill tiu.I *n c!>un.I.int .uIlr| of iy aceu- thotiMi.d C'ttr hnntlrcniinl I twenty I ) : Lite of Waknlla eoiinty. deceased!, will i .netl i within the time protiled by ..tatitet tw lLiliolioe < I of M.bo..i Court it.it.ttat.l itir.r.rmUTy: e n tbe

    ;t ill 1 1 dt tin art nett.I.4 1 t>> rrljcc-t any injury on i| |i.i..I Ian.l to iiMk<- i'J> auv
    liit IVmipany. mu 41 it elii to t.neke! and th* ] 'i'XI-t-Idit until! t!h.u, <'.tr.t* r 4.rza j ary .. ithat nn'l ,I l.uitdre.1! an.) l>.rliixr.. I c'.J.'>>. l aaiu't ll.e "all I li.te mill pretfiit I ALFRED IL lIAnVCY, F.zCr.cov. Cr-t rate new fr.i.ie Irtllii ij !I,414e. fiaibeii negro

    I .'npinv tbT n ;urnt, t.. a *rrt and maiiitain all | inu-t be cvattbt with the laaiioa llu'ir r.t .- tiveiit I That the wlio'r t rmili. t at f v Ue' en aulhcittiraUd. within tic time jreM-ri'-ed' I : 5, 1657. 4.V-bW 1 I.e ::-<-n ai>tl til? other rirtvtsury ou'bciltHng' aiwl ta in

    I I .lits In LiO'l' A\l.ii-n an !Icy tli* act i-f C4iretas au-l ._. of Jo.ljf nf t..t ( .icnit Court for the tl.i tiotirt; v ill! I* pi.'.1'1 >n bar of tLt-r 1 tn; repair and c t>>.iti"li.

    lit* mritd Im t. .ttitiit Art. 4tiiirr t.. IKI| <. t Ih* Ixxtfc Ant llt>tulpg ta the I *
    i ; Ii't' .r.l.'r tf ii, lnet.1. a j' "0, ,..:,- i' .a lait.IruI .ia, l ) p.-iprr | Notice.I j! ALSO
    Tl.i itirl; r.niii t .:..uht tint lbt< lt.t. t-isal Im will l-e foccd with S. A. at .
    ,: J: III 11. I( .L ;, 1 rO.1e'f.I that of tlca.-, njatnin. .t. Pjtcatn '. J l"t'
    TY iitue itt athcriTof lnn.! J.V alpa Hakfr ; TIIZ. Lvr4.'S-E': ( I'LtCI st' .L
    io\.iii4-n< I.nn licrjtit.. d to tIn rotnj ai.i-> E-uti- feir 4' t! two huixlrrtl and ( I F.e rida. | ,
    t one ouiii' '
    mbieli! "he of Ctni A. sprxcrr; 1J Jn'lge. Ac I will oikrf.r tia!*, bff.trt; ti! Cot'rt t *.
    I all th Kind by aitt reM w- I I an.l (. (41 itesttirinff volt wfr \ > 'I't1ia Lra aTj..i. g' to lithiston !'!aCO Xe.
    or t Ext
    r.inti. d t" tlwr *ate. and I lie only <;n"cti n rtMininntitlcd t I CO111fl1(1'ci:1.1.TLL.t2.Ml That tie \vh.ilr nutnbt-r t.f ve>t.e- i I). A. 1LLFAI1U f j| lli.tise! dtJttr. in tie e-iry of Ta'UduMr! tin the Stst i I, etotains COO ace, a 4.1 l1irn.ip'k an I Pine lain,

    t S: i wlili 4 the o'anTh S ttilii Iln Vin. 'at rntat! of JL'.tne ..f 11ar Cirrvi: ain't al ihi '. 1i :; 4i1w i Moiul.iy in Jut.tt.iry n< xt tin- fooii!! ; ct.'or'ic.Ilavlrn I i St'Oacns of t I.icia sr. r'.mrvd. an.| Cist rutelotj

    S. < to th> lan.ll\in vp'ttitLat part vf toe line i : .tUZCl. I was H < hnn.Ir-d an'I t t'a'-tiljr-i.inr. (l': )) m).l) ti liv*<. IttI.yt-, : to th* IVtat.-of J.VnI cotton LtsiL) O.i this p'rr' i Ia a ,dwrllift !.ouSe. D.-

    .5..- ijiio 1 bj raeli. .. T MIEE, Iff.O t. 1ft'.*. the nttnil *r of ix fctinJr-! and t-'t-n : -Great Discount. \I \ iUlr. Liteof! Lr 'ne*. n'deiewil! I : Tlie T4 ofj S gin )...usec an I a.tisrr ii.esaarv i'Lt'lJilg% It 13..
    .. 0 the X F4 afS.ai.e i 27, tlu'W } alum K I.'i of S-*. I *
    Tli AtUntiean ( itfC.ntil C..opanvrlaimdit i ii. >TT S.-TIirmarLot is dull att t K '>rf Uk>n Kujr- wan tftt for Tlio-tia I' King.Tltat : f. ral* the followiit! mount of I>ill! on j' 'j inituttl.a!ily m the 1aLnn.LALSOc
    27, I..t X. 0 and) I.ot N"t 5. Fr.i*. Se mn K the
    vai.taJ Ls.k make
    entitled ( t |
    .tii. V arc taoaa. 'ity eca are i K e.f X of S WJ ef tlX! \V ..f
    XVJ | yt.t'tfl 27
    mliit-li rxistwitliin ;
    d-f.f'iii u.iien.
    .S ., : may MX 4uilitt.: We gitr In iliv a*rxtn rr.ct 9V ( Ift\ enU*. I S.lieri-etr f r tl.* Snnannre Cir -wit DAXK PILU . . .. . JSOG 00' I ala's, the XVJ r.n I th' S \VJ of the X TJ-.f Sr. TSUI ziti.i. TACT
    .5 i ir-- ':n: .f fub-o 4.tb.-r |rtati by th* '
    ap | lIFt: 4N"rw ( 4II.I ( IftLt1c p.ind I Iiinl. tdanil!
    .4k.a in.e n nr./ejOi ; NP TBIT . . . . 170 00
    I nit< tl -.:atc*. to tli* I I.tnd ti tint ;part i>f tlir tin tie 8inmeJ J !rl.-n ,'.ni.ce.h lu-! im.i.l*. i j SS, and th* 14 U'J of tL* S Kj Sta.. 16, all in Tn n, Cav.istiig <.f 160 acr -< of fmei' timbered | ? 8liri.1

    ,,: -1 lix itS. 1 If tiii t-.uni did n-1 intrrfr-e m itb; l.t >rtr\N Xo .2S. of c >tton to-aay ind! and tl.r! (I.'. I I aiti..r tl'e ml.ol* i r a \ art at a great tl.- j!I *!hip nor (I.) Kai. .e IH .> (.' ) No.ti, and V.'ett aNi! .> ; I on n hich is a new Stoir-i Mill m futl uwd! jxotitalte -
    r.'ht t.f Ui ( to itnrtri| I Ii nt-.U ) ; ''1 1Y in rrronor \.\ Irtti-r to |, the ti.U.l] >m iti t1.RYt"! Ali.! k. r.d n!> ut Jwrrfy-i il.t, n1ratii.vi an-1! awsl! or !rr. Fi.rty-Iie. >r., pt.m rr
    t n .ItP any inikwp < t ev rrarli |S.(ItMi hale-, nl irrrifttlar pri.-f. MiibTlinzntit lh' numbr ..t I t"\- l.nii.lr. .1.1.ml i: .e : I
    !*. r. wmciiT. je-irs. IVlis. rp.vl about tvrniy three it..t I Na']. J rnjjin*. circular aw. i'.t n.iil aril eotio gin*. Tfcfa
    tt af rrti.os iiv
    S i it! < I ti,* I tnd lit-Kt iiraia..t thetier t > l-'V. r tri.l't" ...-4-iiu'l! 1 6 to 14 rtn nn-l Middiii I! M. (ira! a- il.* Ptiu.l t- of f f.'ir'hu! j
    L4l I itJ 'n?. 47-lw 'l.antatiflr, Ca. twitit (nCr. Tti tr tn id!* 1 nown e n .lavf al*. tract i is f:rr.'slat.!7.-tl! b> iinrh tin.'wrt-d j Inc knd, l-t
    I th. i.iaa7 aoii.in" w a. : -> irr-'S-iliirlv (juot.sl (n.m lnj to H e'ot. S nlv-tlirer. ( I I7".t I : and J A I >. '
    II. IIAI.UExt'r. nar the !lilmid and a.'j"i! ;< lr
  • i: MM'I elami ildlt> nisi itkiii* (I Xi-w YIITX. XI'T. "&-TIi* eotton mark! wan I ./ tour Lnn-'r. .1 .in.l. ti'Vt n. (411)I Strayed X..T. 5. isr.9. 45t.iAttachment! S lst da'.eribeI.TE .
    I I'.i't t'.i- I>n.ir.l roiii'titithat it Ii::* th* fr.pffi T1 Ii4>.vv to ,'av. w it'i ,.aI.-e.f 4, Mi.l l r.ia. Middling I II I That the! nil-1* imnilnr of vnlr en-

    I .-1.t atid jiiity, l.rt-aw-4' tlir CTnt of tlir'on.I! mn 151.at.'i" t.t I I to 1 I et itI. I of Solicitor for th I': "tt rn < 'in'iiit : the UcrttK-r. a JKAY MARE MULE. ALSO

    S ... ol induernu'nt ii4.viii4 t l.nn.fad n
    .. .1... ... .. -.. $ :. ....a.$ .. a.. i.. 3 -. OS -- iitr.si- I t'tht IJCV.H J. rl'i-iinii'2: r. emnl; tI,. 'ft i>!:oulilir, witli a il,nk fjx>t on her i.Ie! In Leen Ciffnt ('nrt. A** iHftxit. Sum astern to C.'ntainiri; nU'iit 24 ) acre e.f fiii t rate JIammott,

    . C.tflt1IiV 4i..uI I lanc. the I.aial I in Ua'n AT T. Mr.k'; .t1) : .I'oat ixAasv oirturin. IiaiMlrcil ansi fit\-tmr! | 7.:i ) : Arit;>! ?:, Mjrare. Any i'lfotmation pin will! I 1Ot-Jernq.a IIIIi 0 all m oodiand, MM! a-ljoins law'-tt.f C.irawsy Srtit1a,
    t I..rt ..ftie! s tn.l liT itd( to a. e- u.KN re.f fiv* I I.e-,.dri'eI and! : ( oily rtv-iiv*:! nd! a statable) remind p.ii.1. Elzy Thon.pRnn andJol.nO. Pittnian. Mercl.ana and i 1st.. Mr. Lucius Clutch an.! other.

    ,,t .1 iii., rniat t.n.I .. atthjwj..c. a r.'n InjudiariI : R.LEJI. I liwer of fiv t- JOHN RAIJON. i'ldll Point, partner- trailing nail i tl.-inj businef under the I
    : ( a Land 3it *? . . .. -.LLSO-
    r.-ti1t.a' tIi itiIIitttrIan a12 'L 'w t V. (32 tS) ; W, I R. Simmons the 2. 4a4tVakullt County. came, firm aud a.tyle a.fTt t.nipson Re -iv4d at St. Martin N.t'rude'r. SI 57XovrtiUr I me iVAier-iioirM: TKACT.i
    -*. fair cxatnplr. tht llw-re wra. i aI.fkieaaey I IIS .
    tSI.t( (13)) : Jaen'i Smith the? nambrrof *itt )
    l I ract to lit'i iitr.il C< tuj..ir.y if one linn S .. .. d'3I 'I ward Phan th! LUll In r uf f.-uitrrn, ( ) ; for Sale ( M'iHIam::: G II.'ratta.; C.n4tir.; ar :4:14): act. al Ino am llani.aunc

    .5. SI 1 tIt.aa.aa.I -r.-iI'( "'."""> t>f hi d nilbia IS I Pia't in ,. 1382 (jiaaai.! ( IVTlittt 'well k.ivwai put.tatioti of Oakland c.n- ''l "11 1:: D f'ntlat.t natal all otJ.er lot. rcttcil are >rtF. i! I in'!. lies nnm ,Ii.itely ou lIe; S wannea liire-r near
    ., rid of the line of their ruin1. tanal 0 prc\i iou.tr.. . I:inS | J. Ltvintt.na; F rrr. One hiiLtIrel f lira tract
    '5 a.n 4-ilher the nh.tlern'nbrr of T0ti' c ; ,:; nK.ut 1.340 iicieiit ..tfere.tf.r mm.! bnoiili.J i'l lit-commt net nirt-.t e.f thii utit i iby I arrt* (

    ::5 .!i.i OietK-y in tLe! sr.iti? lo lbi ( fla.afl. ND.I l I at Ar.nejinaVe t Florida to the .\ !' I.. N I) bee. lie irtat.e.iit.ly;! en tho attachment rrturntbl to the next trm alvaish i clt arc L
    S T.ta !nt! '.. . . . 't' I ALSO
    1 'S( r wcr# taata1j1WI.I Ian.ft1.e tnite.l wa< Oin' linn: and >i, from T.-.11:di-"*e. ai.d! Couit &t Tiill.li: >sser, and! to ppnr r.iut pVad! to ;

    .- out of whir! the 4rfi inry ecml-I l Ia* iuail. t tfwatesI44! are'-.a l-'nt.L_ thai, of tlit-R the nnmV! 'r of one llu-us it a (gs.oJ ci.mi.taljo! ila tlini4 mull ti'r I thc r-ie. H.: SAL NEll.! : S'1at-nff: i On either Tract, ror"istii oT 2C-0 are of (hi,

    S o-i tluil |s.rt of ilw- line .4ffpi< i! ly tlti' wru crrj arwl kist\-iiie ( !I.Ctil! ) votfs was s. ew a, J in g.a..h rtsi.tir ; new gn I Septi-nd 17.1f0. S-.tai f ISick.Yy neil HaniriiiH k late!, l> yn' on ih* Inwere>r

    S % -tt..l tt, tli* rxl4't.t 4>nlv t.f .iw htin.lr.- t3oO- i itetation ; and tie! nombrr! of cijl.t tv 'rli-r-mell m$ n-d!-haruigtwo cvtr Stuttlte-a-t'-rn l'.r.lrr .f Life S.at pila at l K'ljoin*

    S 1 ...r. -. u.iit-li r Niiiany| wi> .ld bav tbr .M.prk cltto Slbbrrtisfinrnfs. i IfindroJ an-1 iiscrlpen (CH9)) cot a ]'IIaIe. tlr. Plantation for sale. I lanJa of Iat.tt of Cij't. l'tii-f( Jur. ViILii. and

    i .n, 1 iinit\| ? To irr-irtt it totli,C. t.tra' Coinuoulj .. tion. : ot.t tLird cat h; balance in one and two r"MIK: ful- .-rilHr} t tf. r. for Pae the l'U.n'.itiot Iyi, .tl .

    S. IHT lodtprivethiirninpaay of it. whett, =- In ttimnpy nhcroe-f w* Live S pvr ot-i.t. int. r. at (atm tlato. ff.de. and .4. inz live miVul'ast, ef Tliln.'n! th* StAr.jrui'tii. !'urcbn'era Tu-itir.cj tii* portion 4.1 FloriJa are inTitet -

    ,M to": principle up 'ii whirii ll.r.' crwnt* are Buckwheat Flour, &c. j jOR ficial irnitnrc Dnr.e tat the on the property with [Krion.il t.rurltT I .* lload' knomn an Fhuntlnoi.! '* It ewn |i t'. I.1liiu tha) aor. nirutk nnl laitcfii. Mr.J. .

    :. tl'- iI.uiY| 4 arr, rwro or U-s. of n- IK" land ai Ln 15. Ut-ci-mK wl! .. rt*i'lri fi thr ntIA(4LeeJ,

    .' ,I th* rcxwidrr'alUm. Hut tlie f.tets at the race a) ', bbU. ..f % t-ll..Tr 11 .t.f n- !U..t itue. |I ol.| priratf Iy b. fre the fir.t 'iitn.tra H P- 1 euo b* f >tind in Ion County ; ti>c-th.-r m i'h 1 tte Xei i wi'! tath pls.UtsUfe ill eleawiu Ibe Emit ae'Ji't'e toy

    S. w.ll le <>. l.iat tli rlnti dfiri''nryi. III f M.-retr l ..'.at..raS I F. L. .!. : wail be r' !ld l eti that tl.iy l> f're tuc 1 rr. e... llor*<-*, Mules, Stotks if nil tiuU. C .rn. Finlotr. j itl.rn'n'ntinn tl at m.iy l be !iirMl

    t i i.. rr.i'tt I" thi; r.-nij-atiy I U jrr *ter than the Pr. cbs Crtrant! *. R istj. Ci'ron. Preai Xi-ts I IS Sri *. la T.kl.il.ajnt!! pi* He o'tlery. 4le. I I Trn.is of l r.ile wtii I be one an I Wo jean tJMr, (let

    --v in tlM grant In ti.! .' iVwiral Company. n1 Ar rale bv T. W. C.. \\ ITI.M.TUX Tiw-.ee. lie in aT' o eel t!>.* r.n-vi.ed: inltof ll.at Trot i purcl. iieri to trif U>inL hear n.-S ri.-r e. n(. in'emr.
    .1.' a a nH. i>nrnii!>4 kudu from whVh tia C. A J. MHGIXXISS. j 12. IxV 48 I of Lan.! hianta'o tt.1ea tact tf ji, i.4jt. nct.1 1 annually fi' in Jaj of il witU! two .* imire ap-

    SSS.1(. tlii* drfir't-iM-v Utma lie town of Qsia- S IcnI'er 1 SCO 4-Ct T.'c.rnber 1. :i. 4C1t and etpi'J ly Pf'tn> it taint, I- n'wn a' Cur. 1.tt.VCd necuriti" iii-1! .1 no.ttjif. f (I.e lin L 1'nr-
    : ,
    i.lLiUCity. Lands for Sale tttlt'.I.i.iJ It e.'itairaA about 2.< O>i crrm nt (lay an l i i iPiae tbneri too fr |.ajr -

    -n.ii. if tIai itV'nnptanv ti'ia .il.l Mop at tb* A-| : lutff. Ala thr unKivk-VJ Ialfa.fail tie Sti-ci I On the two f.r-t aei-di.-ne4 jfee" are full lAtjt8fA
    Pen. & GGO. !I. P'anj.t'on'
    'f'rt ,
    Fluid hs.t-l.iaSI! :* tww f. r >
    Burning f k.tonb anti rTi.risi.'tx r.'lkio.wL! wW
    .. rfiwilJi.i Superior t( >
    S. with
    > a ri r. and t,>itu' oilur IVwtpary on the place. t"r.tls.r the t lows !tsr?. ?c. j
    The l.r about niil Xnrtbea't
    on* # rt-vi I M'U aV of .ie bn). tf
    otild it trt ponn
    tlw line \Vt-t 4.l. lliiit rivi-r. FOOT OIL FoF1I : ]LX. CHAIIIKS. Jr. Trirtte. tat
    CAKPHENE LARD & WEATS -- 1 lit.! u.trut.on ff Mr G.
    ie.-t. anjoii | f.utLtr tvn'ii- uuii l i jufn in tl No'JaacYb.14m.LENJ. .
    .. 'i C..tn f. toliini tlc Urn. C and! Oitivin J. CLaires.Spt. .
    othtT Va
    >! r
    < t.ikc > *.-|-dri.-e4-i4 any wutf she Lan.l* AVTARKAX FKD MI>H-attor iii. e.irnrr Prvg I ) ir..soss !ui-ltnurt: :!.AAC ..; (. ttakn! I Ion lie a .)t i'a'le. ar>I itt. 3. 159. ::-fi-.f I i \\ I.T.4'. 1 Ezerot.rt

    5' o 5.1 1 .l1ath tip thins 4 tr *>f lL. iuoau to I uild .b< irPM.tr. > > > *. J. K Gli ; UV0.. I m .aie rfs" le-l t-t make jp;>!i_..lit i n the! ..t1a'rtetainirga..re lUOucrt ___ ____ j JAS. \V. I.I IX 'OMB, J. ofJOllV

    .' I'e*. 3. is.'.9. 4S urn at the t-.ll.iaiosr plae#, \a : ; aI.Ht 7.: acrrn uf thdi are c'carrel ITotice.nlTtr P.. LII-M'OMlX } .Y.1. Lg'.ewa
    ___ i-nprored.! F niis v5-thtr llaeC wall f
    -- - .Jiper. IIvnI.n 'tMty. i Kt Orfnberl *. I'-iO. 42-7 v
    .! 4lo.< not atlmit Ititthiclan.latat |i'rr iXv1irl N'Iii't'. i tiil' Orsee-r' i-calLer nlTt-r! for' at!* 1. pla** UsttR
    .D.-cenbtr { ater-qstArIr. incluling
    Lake ( I
    I :.. .. la. in Mlia ihaat I
    to the St44.f l1.'ri Tliy d .L lih.L, A'tiItYt Il it,1C an4 latalt oF Tntaiuv., 1
    .k> n pnir.
    S nIrt'i.iv di .pwMsl l of them h i the In- EI'DLEY St.IJltleRiter Hi-leni .11. ata'a.! ) pJaor iks about n mi'e an-1 a LaU Smith and two and! a I ail of Bal Air. Tl. p'aB rontan. Valuable Landfor $aIerpiii

    I ii Itr..etst..ni: law. nod thy bold tl-at Ibe ir..jt. TH'.I.I-! allah e htjum abut '> acrtr SiO afrt ..1 as jo- .1 l-.nl as ii to l.. foim>l within I II : ,itkc'rh.'r "fT-rs for talc k 124,1. n-ycs'f ral, v

    t. ,S .. 'iijlf asKI Central Cailnu'tl (% irpanyar* n A V I lV'r .Wiii.ir.cd I to !l..e.&tt '" > '"r S Spring Gr.sre. iiirlrared nt ia.r JJ-ttl. badJirg- and I tlan.amtitaaas.e..I! T.lI.thattee ; wr'u i new GIN JL IHC latnl. ITISJ in .l.ikii eoM.Jy. IV iia, n
    lie C.kmbu .
    11( t from atertns lliattlw till of ih- tYraruii.oiiiji.t. S t'itl.I r.cp..t *v."Ttr last etvlt't' In. ( a'l'! 17..u.l! :.nd in i.nr -dt-r. I HOUSE and SCREW an I ail ncic-ary fit biildit'p the We.t sIt!<- *.f tU A;>i'!;if.t'> a ll.ftr. about ...r.r -
    all th* Miiann. . ... (
    I. : ; ... ai-d that! s yt I benxit n z-ns ..f the ihegr nn.1 n.Ijrccnt o.untiv. in that! lii.vlo Ltoan 1 l.a j-j'iio.-.lii-n t>, the undtr I ab-1 an unfulia.g wei of icl'rt wstrr. Th .i'e! lIuw! ibe jrt\etitm of thr I lint itn>\ Cttnba,.
    'i 4ih.T t's.at.nc f4'ir 'r ithcrwi-e dt* ram-i. < f tl! n-edu-al i. fei''l"iI ; and I.-pi' S.n.lyFt.rJ Ttaaii.e.!! 1i .ate is coruiiMwIiou* aixl enc.icnieuit, cmtaiuitgtmelve elie timer About tS'J aor ef arej.

    ..! any of nM Ui L'. a mill apr> *r4.ncln- r,, cxhi'ruace .fifteen rear. (t.--ether mil, a d.terimn.ti. l" I Settlrriaixl M.ntk'eEo..4.tber luTinj I Ia i a'i sail at public outcry e n M .n.l.iy an 1 rtM.rcs with lore tnnnia aii.1 t..,at'*, ttc. { About one Lalf <'f oil iamU iarc tzt'maut m. ..

    I v r.-frroiMw 1.. ifc Free Land lor.d J-MJ.! 10 tliMrlur. e evrry ..lu'ippftUmm?Mli-Cie a t the IStli at'l I'Ub'-f l)'e4-u.b.r next all I wil': tell mith t.c! pw any ki.swe and [let at ; mock, one foor.h river Kvt ni Itt.ijd ouc

    S 'i4nwny iIKI U-arini: date the firvt of Jn'yI" |lr4t1t'1t3 mi'.l! ctubU httn M cc entn S iftndiTTrc reqi- pattK-n'arl- *ul -nithr plae! -..ii !adi Del Air. A mo t pine and InhJ piot la>vU.F .
    and pr'Nrty g
    \ I > '.?. U wfcicli are t't.nr..yt.iI to WilUani. {inn t'. those uhomav fivorhi.u .. h their pitrona;*. lie above nppoin'niri.t* ncnre 1 IVtaltt bit stoik e.f .Xuea. llorc, 23 VALUABLE XEGRQLS r terms apply lo L" atd I&in. upon th. rJ c\

    S tr I .T n<4i.a and Jatsit.a A. Palton nf X Hth : X.I! .Sici.il fitt.-niio: given to t1I'4 iije ..!..caFca.i of. iccnts, fla itO further t ioe WALTER ean I fc'I > i r, aol Furmir uten-ii! Sale! e>n the Tirtas nsaJe known em pp'icti. n. or to Htwh' A. C iej! or the snl mler al TilUhsioe. -

    a r..1' j nil tl.*r L4a and ,n iari.i in the tow n' of I II* will Ie prepartd for tai* Y h.te iAt I- RICHARD HAYWARD. T. %' IIENKVWELL$1'Ocobn
    .1 As .t P.-. P.SEVARJ .
    !>'" tile n-l Aiii hs Ea'tt-rn and AVcst -
    *t<;r. Jaijiurv next. Tai1aases XOT ;* 15i9. lL. 49 ',p'. lfl. 35 7 2.1S3. 43-tI1
    'S. : MitliaTl lie 4 S-Sm
    T a ef 'u.! intl to-ili r I, D-re'-n r ,



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    [CvatinHtJ front first pagt] I ((100,000)) acres to revert to the United States, thus deprivingthe I IM>IAX AND sr. jonx's! JUVEK ('ix 1L. f" tion, and would !leave still nine million acres of liul,. to r'' .

    ,r. t t' certainly it is unjust and inequitable. It seems to me that State and the Internal Improvement interests of that I would call your attention to the able report of the Trust Fund. Could the Trustees exchange lands ir t tl ,

    it is our duty as Trustees of the Internal Improvement I very bonds of the different companies upoifthe terms :111"l :
    : much land. Hon. AVm. A. Forward chairman of the Board of Canal il/i-
    j Fund, holding a large amount of stock, to dcmrtnd: nn insight cated all from the sales of land,
    first the Act of after granting sums accruing r
    lhthe section of Congress
    : into the proceedings of this Company. Oher Rail \ : Commissioners of Indian and St. Johns river Canal, which !
    the roads .
    t I roads make no secret of their! affairs and J have published lands in alternate sections for six sections in width on each | i is herewith annexed. I with the net earnings of deducting .nt. p jr i-Ut.:

    i the usual statement of their business, showing their cash side of certain road, it is provided that where\ the United i I The Canal is named: in the 4th section of the Internal Improvement j I for sinking fund!, would perhaps: constitute a fund :lll'tltac:

    i receipts and payments. have sold otherwise of of said lands, +} to provide the interest for every: mile of ro \I.s ( :.
    : :\ or disposed any law object to be aided] : from the Inj i 'ulel
    In conclusion, I have to say that this statement! of I us11l'oI'l'r il! plated by the Internal Improvement law. The ,.
    my f
    it thallIc] lawful for any agent or agents to be appointed I j ternal, Impro\cmcnt Fund, and the a 17th section indicate: the uf'lr.
    position touching the Florida Railroad Company is made should be
    Jj from no unfriendly feeling towards the cntcrprize, nor from by the Governor of this State to select: other lands in alternate I amount of said aid and the conditie'iis under which it i is to bederived. .! the several companies under oath required the to ri'in>rt to tin-
    scmi-annually, operation
    Trustees of
    I any disposition i to respond to the numerous unkind and unmanly sections within fifteen miles, to sUI'lllJtmclt deficiency.Under : I5y reference to the report of the chairman, it will the

    assaults made upon me through the newspapers. It this provision I did, on the 7th day of September last: I be seen that the Board of Ctmuimisiuners have complied on roads: and to pay into the treasury: of the Trust Fund or.-!

    J simply presents a candid statement of convictions which "Wells the fur the of making per cent for the sinking fund and ilf'rltil.1 their! ;
    t my, appoint' Henry agent purple' I their part, with all the requirements of the law and only tlt.

    i form the basis of my action in the premises. I may be in said selection i await the action of the Trustees to enable them toce'ininencu i bonded debt, provided so much be realized: frl'Y tJh' i.t

    error, yet I do not think so ; but in this as in all other mat- i : earning of the roads, in accordance with the \i-i. ,
    pn :
    ; \
    I the work. The 'anal i is those in whose judgment .I
    lers of a similar character, I will stand ready to abide a DRAINING OK TilE SWAMP AND OVKKFLO\\KD LAM'S OF THE OCLA- I regarded by I j the law and assign to the Trustees sti ek from time tut:;:,.
    f. judicial investigation of my oflicial conduct, and if pro WA1IA KIVEK. I (confide; not being sevond in importance to any !f" .1'

    I nounced by competent judicial authority to be wrong will ,i I work conteMiiplated: by the Internal Improvement system;, I for all deficiencies: that may occur Jh'l non-payment ..f ,?.

    readily yield my judgment to that authority. The improvement of the navigation of this important river i and wlJI.thuf the fostering. care of the State. The most of terest upon the bonds ('1 the cc.mpar.ies: lu:1 by |ILe Tiu*.

    ,,1 t Very Respectful, together with the draining of the overflowed banks i! the Internal Improvement Fund comes: from the Peninsula ;I tee,
    )f. S. PERKY.CKAXTLl thereof has action of the Board of Internal
    by Improvement i of Florida, and the region in which it i is:: proposed' to coal I OOUinCATInS OF TIn LAWS.I .
    and by resolution of the General; Assembly been one
    1.\(1.15 ) HY CU GRUS TOW IX TilE CTMfSlKrCTlOX i struct the ('unall:1\: no claim to a railroad. I desire to attention of the General
    Assembly to ii
    KA1LKOADS. of the subjects of the liberal system of internal improvements I l

    ill State. In lbi' the Hoard! I Tin: TICST rrxn. i condition of the t-ttutelw of the Stale. The several. bj. j,-.
    By the Act of Dec ii7 1830)( the State of Florida accepted our September, >, passedthe I l ;
    latures '
    following resolution : ;; This Fund i is pI.'fI lgt'll! to pay the interest Zi It may become ; .hn. tlC ( 1111'Cn's Iil't. ; ..
    the lands) granted by Congress of clay lltlt,1S.C:: upon ,the $ pave made additions! autl .
    I I : I due on all the bonds! issued i by any Railroad: Company: eon- i year 1 17, : anundnuTittiMst : !: .

    terms, conditions and restriction* imposed in the Congressional "R(' oll't'd, That the Hoard of Trustees will grant proper i btructing portion of the I-'n'mllinl'l- retail indicated in important character to our ittutl' and laws iu::\ ..
    Act, but as :yet the General .A 1UlIJ.htmad no portion:; of Swamp Lands alternately not exceeding one section been and enacted inn. -" .
    alternately one mile deep on both sides of the! Ocluwahai |I the -1th section t under, the provisions of the Act to provide repealed re- a manner ?- W'I ,
    of said lands those to aid in
    disposition except granted constructing
    Railroad from I'eiisacola the State line of i river, from its mouth to Lake Ajxipka: to any person or J-er- j for and encourage; a liberal fy.-tem of Internal Improvements i ftritf produce confusion. These statutes. moreo\er.

    a to | sons who will undertake to remove the logs, sand-bars ud j in this State," at the rate of ten t1wu"a1Hlllulhl.rs pe-r mile, scattered throughout; : numl-cr of } Alabama, In the direction of Montgomery.Tlie j ran and make the and ditches the I :
    cuts to deepen ina iihle'fontl
    necessary fur the purchaseof rails, spikes, plate, chairsaud etiuip- convenient and -- so t hi it rei.uin-s ti.i-
    great value of these lands to the Railroad CumJpanicsrenders i channel of said river, with a view to reclaim the Swamp r research and much :
    j merits, whilst in of ('t'ntrndiun1111: after comple- Jot diligent Irgiil knowledge to atirtain -
    it highly important that such :t.ti..nhlut11Ie: taken I..:nuls adjacent thereto so that the same shall thereby be: ihauevtl progress
    Iii Mtliit.. uinl tlmt tliu (:.., .. 'll..r Lo 1"1 ne.tpt I to /'oloinunicute I tioii, should any of the Compmi fail: to supply<.' interest what: curtatnte !laws an:>n mapiy subjects. i-f ral".r.1
    as may be necessary t'l fully secure said grant to he Companies this resolution to the chairman of said Convention.H i! upon their b.lllCl".l .h.'t' trom the net. earnings oj me name 01 fnl.-.. ;f :..I...1 .-.I.. :..e -.'...... ...1. I.. ...fa.t.1;jk- tj,
    beneficially iutt.1"c-tt'\l; therein. =SacU r.ctien would tained sit ail. Thi. undoubtedly!! u grent ( no ,.!' jfj-
    Int. law. >
    I I--
    ; 27 t'vil
    tat it rt';ul--t:Set sc< tii-ns 4, :S. : Imp. )
    p le simple and said object could IK' easily accompli-l.cd?i !, were Tlie aliove resolution va promptly communicated by meto !j Thuit will !In-MCI* that in atv event the entire TrutI frt ultj"I.t"f the !!Hn.nmu.utulr esir |H.Htii-i: ,-..<:1 -i,,

    each of the lino of road named in the Art of \mgre-s..* to be the chairman of said Convention, but as the rcinuneratioii intrest it become due I should be t-> make thel 1ltlii; and easily aim; i "i iM-! } !.
    i I 111111(1 i ipl J lmrl.<;cd 'Jo put the a* may on
    constructed: by a single; company, but iuusimich as several J for the lalx r and outlay coiiteitipluted by this resolution i is 1! all the bonds i 5-siied l.y : ny liirond! Company. nistrtieting;: tit, whole! b o ly of the pc 'l'1[ !.*. On this vii i -j-r?:'l.! t--! j Ir.: ..

    thereof to be made in lauds.'lu one of Miflicie-nt capital has )been ..f the ritf f .
    on each line claim the right to construct portions ; any ]11f.r1i'Iu of the hires of road contemplated,* under the I t acllili-trti.1 JO-IMI- rvjnlj -gil j Pw vi .1

    n conflict of interest arises which places some obstacles in found te undertake it. | pfovisi.tit-, of the Internal: Improvement law. ami the dint-lion and security fr thy ]""'I'! !" in their 111 i-

    t the way of an equitable adjustment. A difference of oIinion I At the late session of the Legislature.: a resolution was! I That the ten or twelve million acre of land which constitute nistransnctii'Us.. From these (rtrutcrtiurs. I am !i-

    :titsS to the necessity or propriety of any further puss-eel iiistnicting the Uoard ol Trustees to consider the the Internal Improve-ment Fund are intrinsically of pressed with the necessity ...t"a new ilige. or a di-. ..? :.: .1.1i

    t legislation than that in the 21st St.'Ction.If the Internal Im- II drainage; of said Lands and recommending the .mployim-nt :( great value will not 1.e questioned, but whether the Trustee* i (.tde of laws:for our State. A digest Olt i.ur existits;st.it t. ,

    provcment law, as will appear by reference: to the proceedins of a competent Engineer to make survey, eVc.: and make will he able to meet prompfly the interest as it may become i tI'rt: this time, :lll as a fitlihYatioii if i-nr tI li\\s::

    ; of the Senate at the last session of the ,' Assembly! J plat estimate- ('.. and report to the Trustees. due the bonds i.sMied tender the provisions of the Intenal :- I would cost but little more. and l be of. much grouter :lhl-

    ::Xo Engineer has been appointed I by the Board, Mid the I upon *. I that \vonld be .
    Images v'A' SOT. I Impp'Vement law. i is problematical.} It was eloubtle I tags suggest decidedly juvfrraMe fe. < < ': -

    1 I think it is clear, as expressed I by the Attorney General, ,t j work! lnu nearer being commenced than it was in 1SJS. I I the opinion of the fr IUll'r.t" the: lw: that tIle Trust Fund ) bine the two objects if Mirhnn Iw done. The old -t:.tiir.:. .

    to whom this question was referred, that *. if it is considered 1 would TL'irl'Ctfull..nggt that the salary e f such an Engineer i. I would amply, sufficient ten o meet promptly all drafts upI i .1 tll'TOrritu1' and State are in many rcpwts (Idi.di\ .

    the and the: expenses: of the outfit, together! with the expense prove I lM,ti! to form and Kilfttamv. and *..n..i..t..llt
    that the lands along mute are l by the Internal Improvement I its treasury: incident to the construction of the several ol- ai a r r.lnr. < :1'i of the survey, estimates, A.-C.. would be perhaps as I. t code I I based I.in and I \ l
    law and the Act of Congress; granted in common to jects of internal improvement therein named ; and it will simple principle} p'.liy on our \t1!:_;

    the several Railroad Companies: constructing a particular much:; one half the cost of the drainage, and thereforefchould I ; statutes, could be substituted for them with much :.h! ,:
    prove mole than sufficient j if it can be made available tu meet :
    i i is be avoided if possible.As : I belieVe that} ,f the other State have
    line of road, then further legislation necessary to distribute the rapidly increasing interest account upon the bonds! issued tage. mast s -id-i.t.f .!

    them "between the companies."' And I think it equally clear long ago as 1N35, while we were a Territory, Congress; : : this method; and found I it of the greatest utility. The !.<.:
    and issued to the different( Companies under its
    being !
    I provisions.
    that the lands along the route were granted in common to :I on the report of its value in military operations, voted an fits of ::t.1 a rl'i.iuJ and ion will lye c\!.ritii. .'!
    I These bonds, it i is presumed, have chiefly Ilasses! I IHllibt
    the several Railroad Companies constructing a particularline appropriation p of $111,000 for the improvement' of the navigation ; most! perlrijKS by tIllIitly tr tIl i-itizciw awl tIt ll! !:' :r"
    into the hands of third {partil', who, in purchasing, relied
    of road. By the Act of Congress tlicse 'lands: weregrmtc.d II I of this river. 111e Indian war prevente-d 1 the work, : ins Mibordinate ofiiwr* of the government thlcotNrhm.'mitpate ;: ,
    u] oii! the. good faithf the Tniste-es to meet their engagements ;
    for the purpose of aiding; in the construction of Railroads I! and when we became r =Mate ,'is grant reverted to the promptly, and the right of the Tnistees to continue; to : though to the h higher judiriathrl. 'vt :m,! t\.t; .:-

    i between certain points', the tcrminii of each road being Tren.ury. tier functiomiries it must be of great UM and r"nv.'ni.-!. ,.
    the interest the bonds of the different Companies -
    guarantee upon
    specified and fixed, with! a provision that *4 the lands granted I.I More recently. 1853, the cnterprisingcitizens Marion without reasonable of being able to I Such :(compilation! can br made on a concise i and "I'lf"I';; '
    : a probability ; pay V
    r on account of said roads and branch shall! be exclusively and Putnam counties: cccurvd the services of John M. Irwin, : cal basis: and I kin>\\ no (1IIj.t for which: the -.m,<
    I the interest as it may become due, involves a high moral .1
    t applied in tIle construction of that road or branch fur and I a competent Civil Engineer, who is represented to be a very question at !levast. Besides equity anljn-tiel' demands: that I amount (-1 be expended} 1.-e to thl benefit (i t"-Iry ii.ihvidtial :

    on account of which such lands are granted." practical man, to make a survey' of said river, with a view i member of the -tnh'. I ask your nth'uti"1 !i.. r1! ..
    the Fund should be husbanded if sMMe aIIl1t IInl.tt
    n )
    se> ] : % i
    have been considered i that without melt of improving its navigation; and draining the !lands on either thi. tinu .
    It seems to provision extend subject at bectuiM" |II stp: mmeiit \\i but itr:! -
    be able to meet promptly:: prv-ent liabilities.hut t
    I have been the side thereof. )[r. Irwin made a thorough examination, at the which ,
    construed of that
    the tilt immat'4! :
    act might; as granting also the same facilities. in the construction of the unfinished] : tHUh'uI.e t. must
    all the roads and branch named and in considerable cxpc11se,1(11(1 made the following; report, which done and attention will '
    lands in common to lines of ruad law prompt to matter 111. :
    portions of the several contemplated liy tlt. lrl\.l'ut
    that time the "Florida Mirror. to-wit
    be otherwise. ( was at published in : : ,
    r declaring the intention to .rngressla3provrdcii: eI1Iarrmt'nt. uncertainty } i in- ttable ,-
    the different aml"t.tnt11-i"u.
    that have been enjoyed by / Companies up to
    that the lands on each side i of thc road froin.Jacksoii\illc to TILL OCL.\\\".\11..1ft'Ssrs. .\. the Iprt'.rmt. The unh'iii-he-d lines 111'road constitute*, in the in the present condition of our statutes.ASTLVIf. .
    Escambia Bay shall be exclusively applied to the construction : lldilors :Dispensing:: witL the customary: preface and judgment! of many: as important a feature in tlles.\-tt.-m, and !I La"-\TJ.' .
    of the road from Jacksonville to Escambia Bay: and so I special pleading in such cases, I deferentially sulnnit t'l Jour dispassionate
    itli the other roads and branch. consideration, and byou.. to all who ma.ft..1. 1 an interest i'i! will confer as great benefits to the citizens in the districts of I In my annual nsnge I invited your Attention fo i lb.I -

    on \\ the matter, a succinct synopsis of an exploring expedition, recently country penetrated, and add as much to the/ wealth and im i subject of a LnnntuAsylum in hmgtirfg.' a. : .I ,nn
    There is no mention of a road from Jacksonville: or the undertaken l h.r me, in order to ascertain the practicability and prob. I{ fU"t.
    l'urtant."cf the State, as the lilies of rnullwW: iUl'J"I'--; : of dvl 5tsl.! .
    k waters of Escambia Day, or from Amelia Island or Tampaor able expense of making the Oelawaha natijjable i for steamboats} I a | : Insane \ r-

    Cedar Keys, to any intermediate point.' Thr>t each of said from its mouth to Silver Spi rig: *. Tho I length between these two construction. The} Fund is a common one, in whirh every I i soils in the State who will pmbuMy be snt oi! to :tot. IPI";.

    places is about one hundred and five miles, comprising six hundred citizen of the State has a direct illtercut,1 and tJlesy.tcnl11nist in other Static a... : > the requisite judicial -.liii--
    considered road j pr.n-o
    i IIthe Act of -HcH:
    roads was: as one sinuositiesThe number of or logs in tile water i is sixteen mile of rout 1 1re1l1ains I
    : snags I be regarded as incomplete as long as a single Ij had. Some of the-e have
    for the whole distance between the tcrminii specified, and hundred and thirty five ; and the number of trees leaning over it. (ex- I unfinished. That this sentiment will be j! are person estates adifjiiat' tf .
    that the grant to each was a grant in entirety, i is as clearly elusively of a great many bushes) is two thousand! seven hundred I f the expenses of their maintenance, but others:are .lc-titnt.;

    as it would have been had the question been raisedat and ninety-four. The number of runs or branches from and weakening I to by every good citizen in the State I do not entertain a '!t[ and must be charge-able to the State. It is due to the Mif.I : .

    expressed the main channel I, is 8l'.cnt.flH1r.rJ1lc cause of these branches, doubt, but how it is to be accomplished i is a question more tj and that
    the time and the act had been framed specially in reference j I to humanity some more permanent provision
    or HillS, is attributable to fallen trees and rubbish, damming the river asked than
    I'' thereto. As further evidence that the intention of Congress in many places, thereby forcing considerable portions of the water easily : wcrl'tI ;I 1 .1/1J11c made: for this unfortunate:class of 11.n'Iuul f.,
    the several
    Should the of lines of road mI
    was as above stated, I refer to the 3d and oth sections from its natural course into other runs, which, alter! meanderingfor I Companies now this end I leave consulted some ('xlt'ri"I..t'tlll't.halil' j-nti+

    j of the Congressional Act. By these it will be seen that tie: short distances through the swamps! rejoin and improve th-1! parent j lilly+ approaching a completion lie able to supply the interest ,| have been advised. that a l.uiIIn;: iuit:1lIe .lilll-il! t*
    :. This is especially the case at each of th debt after the clear.
    artery. < places designated on their bonded is \
    i (completion way for the accommodation of :,., !' em-tni
    is naked donation. On the or uljl'Cfs nmli'
    not gift a simple contrary
    grant a respectively: as the Dardeiiels-the tipper Narrow?, and ,
    Fund with the
    i certain conditions must be complied with, some consideration I Lower Narrows which would have to be widelll'll.rnle other impediment Tlie assets of the together; sums accrumgfrom I and completeil in the most desirable] mariner for. about

    is to be givenTor the benefits received. is the Rocky Shoal, one hundred: and fifty yards in length. the sale of lands, will perhaps be Bl nkil'l.t to pr0yidetime interest I i twenty thousand! dollars, ($:>..mnit.) and that it may h be K.constructed '

    Many of the acute angles or dhows of the river windings being of as it may bt.'(:<.11e due on all the bonds that (' be isuetl i- admit
    These sections that 'the said Railroads and branch ,1 as to < t enlargement by l'C'.tiol t
    provide .t tlC 1r
    ( alluvial deposit, of recent formation, and overgrown only I by fragile under the provisions of the law to complete mile I
    shall be and remain highways for the of the shrubs of and every ; other buildings as may be or desired. 1 therefore
    t public use government or aquatic plants, are susceptible cheap easy improvement ( I : nC'ln"
    : of the United States, free from toll or other charge and of course the liver navigation in proportion Such is a of road.: II I earnestly recommend; that tll:initiatory steps be at OU'I'<
    of the obstructions to the Oclawaha ..\ I The different Companies have now issued ((Bridge i
    I the transportation: of any property or troops of the specification natigation. n I Low1 taken, by the I pa.;age of an act providing; lor the c'r"I.till "i(
    I estimate of the expense of removing them I make on the following j included,) above two million of bonds, which amount will '
    o United Stales," and also: that the United States mails shall bpy othesis. Softie of the sums are of huge dimensions! would have t :building wlt'Yll:" / /*//< tlir 1udIM.r.I.alrtlf., < !
    c be increased three and half million
    l, be transported over such road and branch at such price a: :! to be sawed under water into several pieces, and their removal. cost I soon to a requiring asylum, adefjuate, to the wants :111 l"Ilf"rt .. -i-!: .t
    + Congress may fix by law or the Postmaster General: may ten dollars each !in consequence : the greater numln'r would cost onlyone ) i $.JOOUO: annually for interest-a greater sum than the Fund the afllicteil of our own State; it be provided i in. -.. h

    dollar admit their removal then! to cost 62 50 each on an ave I can probably supply, unless: the sums accruing, t from the act that such( lunatics insane have : .
    determine. It surely was intended to provide S for the traiisportation or persons as i.tak- :o
    rage. The leaning trees would all inetitably fall into the river after lands should p
    I sale uf increase or the different .
    of troops, mail: eVc., across the entire route inconsideration I being cut, unless prevented l trouble and expense that would exceed hate to their maintenance be eharrged therewitli.; :at.tu :

    of the lands granted, the entire road bearing their clearing away after allowing them their natural. propensities I I should be able to provide for or very materially aid in the rte a;the (!K-ncral! .h l'mll.may think just and right. :aryl i

    the burden imposed and receiving the benefits conferred. I Allow the removal of these to cost $2 each. One hundred and fifty) 1!'I payment of intcrocit as: it may become elue. The history of that the State be charged with the maintenance ofnr.ll 'nU.

    And while, in my judgment, the true meaning of the Act of I yards of rock, by ten yards wide i and on" yard deep, equal to fifteen |' railroads would Ft.1 to preclude the hope of success to all as are destitute." The current anneal expense for time man.tenance .-
    hundred cubic yards to be blasted am! (1naricd( under water would! in
    the! different sufficient degree enable them
    c ; Congress is a< above Muted the construction I have placed I! cost I ,">0 per cubic JIm!. Three hundred and thirty yards in | Companies a of lunatics in other States i is $:.*,O;
    Upon it seems to me to be the one best calculated to render length, of the Narrows to be widened five yard:*, and deep-ncd! two i at first to provide the sinking] fuwl,1 interest upon their ,I equal to the interest on thirty-,cvtn thousand six IWflr.. 1

    tr> equal justice between the parties interested. The principle I equal thirty-three hundred cubic yards of earth, over-grown; bv gigantic j bonded debt from the net earnings of the traffic, ot theirroods and it1jn dollar 85 cents, (A.'JV,':'o.:, S.,) at per I. 'i. .

    cypress trees and partly submerged in water, the excavation and any considerable failure on their part to make I As this item i is it would be ,
    contended for by some that each is entitled to all I gradually iU'.rLa..in .fl'r '
    company of which
    would cost $I i per cubic .pent I'de-druing in and stopping j .
    issuance of ]bonds the Companies
    the lands lying on carp hide i of the road constructed by them, the heads of Fctenty-four runs outlets, at $.) per head. Cutting ;i i such provision, or illn.aH'1 by the score of economy e\'l'l, to provide a suitable mill} 'it .'

    whether] taken in placevitllin the six miles: limit, or as indemnity away ono hundred anti tu'pntjr sharp elbows) say At Sin( rach.KECAriTfLATIOX i! would very boon exhaust! the treasury of the Trust. .: for this: imfortunatt class of Dersons: in our own State. I Ieanlctly

    ii within fifteen miles, would work manifest injustice ; r j j1CH5 Fund and bring discredit upon the guaranteeuomlstosiich i recommend this subject to your serious attention
    render them unavailable in the of ij
    i extent as t to c ('oltna.tiol j
    r. in some cases and should: nut be insisted UJMHI unless it i irc.ally is : : snags $ZO; each,. :4OSt 50 j 1'1af I.sL UIL.\TIO.NS.
    l ; of road. :
    the construction of the Act n.snch 2794 leaning;: trees, 2 00" 5,583 00 tIe nnfni.hl'tllinl
    true rule
    ; a one 1500 cubic y'ds. of rock, quarrying 1 50 her yard, 2,250 00 I' I may have presented the dark side of the picture. but the ; Prominent among the purposes for which the Union w..-

    company might be deprived of all benefit under the grant, 3300 cubic y'ds. excavation of earth: subject is one of great importance, aftexting the vital interests formed and its: ('ol-titnti'J"ordained," as announced bif, -

    or the value of the lands: received might be so small as to be with roots, Arc., 1 00 3,300 00 : founders "
    of the State, and should be carefully examined in all its patriotic was "to inwfe tftnnetie tranfitilfif/;
    inducement for the 74 heads of outlets stopping, 20 00 each, 1,48000 !
    i accepting under the conditions
    no same
    ( 120 elbows, clearing, 10 00" 1,20000 I bearings, and such action had as will most certainly enable As regards" this PurPase,11l:; events go to show that ,
    In such there i
    event is in the
    Internal I
    imposed. nothing : the Fund to accomplish successfully every object of Internal work of the statesmen of 1787 is likely to prove a ml'I.n-:

    Improvement law which forces upon any Railroad Company $17,905. 50 Improvement contemplated by the law, and meet promptly : c1..I 'j til use. Does the Union insure,*' does it any l"ngotherwise :
    i the acceptance of the grant by Congress and compels them Nearly $170 00 mile. 1
    per all obligations incident thereto. I I 1"011;) than in words of mockery "to in tir-
    to the or of the United States No doubt a less sum than this would sufficiently improve the navigation : -
    transport property troops
    i for boats of appropriate build, under the skilful vigilance ofa As a means of accomplishing this desirable end, I would : to the Southern States of the confederacy ", domestic tra-:
    "free from toll other and should
    charge thus
    a company pilot well acquainted with the river. nut to make the navigation I respectfully: suggest that the Legislature instruct the Trustees quillity'

    1 situated decline to accept the lands on the conditions imposed, I easy, safe and permanent<< ) this sum would be indubitably requiredfor to receive the bonds of the several liailroad Companiesthat Is it not manifest that iIt'the bosoms of the members If theParty '!
    it would result in failure the of steamboats of 70 feet keel 20 beam and of I :
    a on part the State to fulfil :> 4 feet draft. ''ming
    I have acccpteel the provisions of the Internal Improvement now dominant throughout the Xorth, all fraternal i iV>
    the contract she made with the General Government ire
    when with
    consultation those
    Upon who : well acquainted i law, upon which the interest has been guaranteed by towards us of the South is entirely dead ? "\Vhcnf:
    ; she accepted the grant upon the terms, conditions and restrictions with the navigation of this river, whose practical knowledge <
    minded of their tixt"
    It {I them under its provision for an lands belonging to theTrut constitutional obligations
    in said Act of The State of tlrc of the in ) ohl.rtinns
    Congress. cannot rightfully course water overflowing the banks of the
    : ,
    iriver I
    Fund, at the prices now three months notice of upon them alike I by the letter spirit the Constitution
    and lawfully receive the benefit of the for and in whose I have '
    grant a por- judgment every confidence, I am !
    / said intention having been given through the principal they appeal to a "higher law. Having virtually annul '
    tion of the route where the lands aro valuable and it satisfied the said and estimates
    reject report made by Mr. Irwinare '
    , newspapers in the different sections of the State. As before the written (compact, there is no question that they won'1'
    . IL where they are not valuable. And even if the roads by their as good and as well adapted to accomplish the
    object as stated, the lands arc now pledged for the payment of interest proceed to withdraw from,the Union but for the fact tlt
    acceptance of the provisions of the Internal Improvementlaw and estimates be if
    new better.It .
    any survey wo.uld not
    -whilst the roads: arc in co'urse of construction, and, along with great pecuniary advantage it fumilu'l thc:
    could be compelled to fulfil the contract of the State i is doubtful) whether: this work can be 11)\' :
    p accomplished i! after completion, should the companies be unahls to supply facilities which they would hot otherwise enjoy for the pox'' -
    with the General Government, that would. be a strong argue offer of remuneration in lands, and if it could be it is I
    questionable tho interest upon their bonds from the net earnings of the cution of their designs against the institutions; of the South-
    Inert against construction which would deprive a company whether it would be to the State. I
    any If
    economy the : ,',
    roads. Should the companies be unable provide the in- That these hostile designs. i will continue to be ,urI
    of their proportion of the lands, for it would clearly lands are enhanced: in value by the improvement, the State I
    terest, all sums which may accrue from the sales of land, so long a.s the confederacy lasts, would to be nIH'\'rtI
    be unjust to force upon thorn their proportionate share of theburthen fund will be so much increased thereby, which would be E-lt
    to etc. will be absorbed in of the the been publicly
    payment fame, companies su any thing of the future. Xo less than this ha
    without extending them a rata share of the much better than having speculators the benefits there
    pro reap '
    assigning stock to the Trustees for the to in languaj
    : um5'tms I a"owtll by one having authority ;
    benefits and advantages. Unless the grant itnkll: as an of. I therefore recommend the adoption of the plan of vork i
    paid. TlC lands arc variously rated at from one to ten doli i winch admits of but ono construct ion. The northern statesman
    entirety, and so considered in the disposal: thereof, the cft'ectwill suggested by Mr. Irwin, to be extended to Lake Apopka
    ; lars per acre, and E-llOnI the least valuable be selected, it : most honored and trusted by his: section, and whom
    be to to of the but small that be inside :
    give some companies a amountof an appropriation therefor and the Board of 1
    1 would only require about three million acres to take all 1.f that section manifestly intends to at head vf the
    lands, while the other companies will receive their full Trustees authorized to put out said work I by contract to the up .f 1)11e tlC
    the bonds that may be i issued by the different companies forth General GOT"Cll1tnt, instead of tranquillitywhich tho
    .quota and have: nn excess of about one hundred thousand lowest bidder. tlC
    t Ecerl lines of road now rapidly approaching complc- 1 [Ctninl'l on t''J Jgto]

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