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An act to amend an act entitled “an act to incorporate a company to be called the Lake Wimico and St. Joseph's canal company passed February 11th 1835.”

An act entitled, an act to declare Fenholoway river, in Madison county a navigable stream.

An act to establish an academy on the lands of John A. Wiley of Leon county.

An act to make permanent the county site of Hamilton county.

An act entitled, an act to repeal part of the fifth section of an act entitled “an act to make permanent the county seat of Madison county,” and for other purposes.

An act :o organize a Regiment in the county of Columbia to be called the Twelveth Regiment.

An act to authorize and permit. John M'Lemore to build a bridge across the Suwannee river, at the Gadsden Spring on said river.

An act to legitimate and change the name of G. W. Carter,

An act to fix the place of holding the superior and county courts in and for the county of Alachua.

An act to authorize Jared P. Barbor to establish a ferry a. cross the St. Mary's river.

An act to authorize Thomas Cooper to establish a ferry across the Escambia river.

An act to authorize William M. Lofton to establish a ferry across the Eastern arm of St. Andrews Bay.

An act to amend an act entitled “an act to amend an act entitled an act to organize and regulate the militia of the Ter. ritory of Florida, and to repeal an act passed 1st day of Fe. bruary 1832, and for other purposes.”

An act to authorize the county court of Escambia county, to admit to probate the last will and testament of Antonio Villaverde deceased.

An act to authorize a county to be called Dade county.

An act in additior to an act entitled - an act to establish & regulate the rates of Pilotage for the St. John's and Nassau river.

An act for the settlement of certain claims therein stated.

tablish a serry on the Ocklocknee viver.

An act to amend the several acts now in force relating to roads, highways and bridges.

An act for the relief of James Stewart.

An act to incorporate the Pensacola Steam Saw-mill company.

JOHN H. EATON. Which was read.

A bill entuled, “an act for the relief of the Central Bank of Florida,” was read the third time and passed. ordered that the tiële be as before stated.

A bill entitled, “an act supplemental to the several acts relating to the Bank of West Florida,” was taken from the or. ders of the day : mr. Duval nioved to postpone the consideration of said bill until the first day of September next: the yeas ånd nays being required on said motion by messrs. Morton & Brown, were Yeas mr. President, messrs. Berthelot, Dennis,

Downing, Duval, Higginbotham, Holloman, Hunter, Johnson, Kenan, Macon, M'Neiland Wood-13. Nays messrs. Blount Brown of Columbia, Brown of Jackson, Burritt, M'Cants, Morton, Ramsey, Smith, Tabor and Walker-10. So said morion prevailed, and said bill is lost.

A bill entitled, “an act to incorporate the East Florida Silk company," was taken up, mr, Duval moved to postpone the consideration thereof until the first day of September next : the yeas and nays being required on said motion, by messrs. Downing and Duval, were Yeas mr. President, messrs. Berthelot, Brown of Columbia, Dennis, Downing, Duval, Higginbotham, Holioman, Hunter, Johnson, Kenan, M'Canis and M'Neil-13. Nays messrs. Blount, Brown of Jackson, Burritt, Macon, Morion, Ramsey, Smith, Tabor, Walker and Wood-10. So said motion prevailed and said bih is lost.

Sundry resolutions reported by mr. Wood in relation to the Portrait of General Washington were again read: the Year and Nays being required on the passage, by messrs. Dowuing and Johnson, were Yeas mr. President, messrs. Berthelot, Blount, Brown of Jackson, Burritt, Dennis, Duval, Holloman, Johnson, Kenan. Macon, M'Cants, Morton, Ramsey, Smith, Tabor, Walker and Wood-18. Nays messrs. Brown of do lumbia, Downing, Higginbotham, Hunter and M'Neil-5. So said resolutions are passed.

The House went into committee of the whole on a bill entitled, “an act providing for the more effectual defence of the Territory of Florida,” after some time spent therein the committee rose, and mr. Blount therefrom reported said bill to the House with amendments; which were concurred in, and said bill was read the second time, and on motion of mr. Smith ordered to be referred to a select committee: messrs. Smith, Mor. ton and M'Cants, were appointed thereon.

The House resolved itself into a committee of the whole on a bill entitled, “an act to incorporate the St. Joseph insurance company,” after some time spent therein, the committee rose, and mr. Burritt therefrom reported said bill to the House amended : which report was concurred in, and said bill was read the second and third time (the rule being waived) and passed : ordered that the citle be as before stated.

The House resolved itself into committee of the whole on a bill entitled, “an acı incorporating the Bank of St. Joseph," after some time spent therein the committee rose, and mor. Duval therefrom reported said bill to the House amended : which report was concurred in, and said bil was read the second and third time (the rule being waived); the yeas and nays being required on its passage by messrs. Brown of Jackson and Tabor, were Yeas mr. President, messrs. Berthelot, Brown of Columbia, Burritt, Dennis, Downing, Johnson, Kenan, Macon, M'Cants, M'Neil, Morton, Ramsey, Smith, Walker and Wood -16. Nays messrs. Brown of Jackson, Duval, Higginboth am and Tabur-4. So said bill is passed : ordered that the title be as before stated.

The House in committee of the whole again took under consideration a bill entitled, “ an act to amend an act to incorporate a company called the St. Andrews and Chipola canal company,” passed the third day of February, 1832, after some time spent therein the commitice rose, and mr. Morton there. firoin reported said bill in the House, avith the entier ('12 stricken wilt, which report. Was Concuricut in by the Hunnst, und said bill is lost.

A bill entiiled, "an aci to amend an act to real11'recept ings in Chancery, proveil Nov. 71111323,” was read the 3.1 time; the yeas and pays being required on its presuply messrs Drival and Diivuine, ilere Yes messis. Bomull, Bur rilt, Dennis, Duval, Jolinson, Kenarl, Macun, M'Cu!11.5 ton and Wool-10. Nays mir. President, le-srs. Baillieben, Bruin of Columbia, Bruin of Jr coll, Dwains, Hivoine butham, M'Neil, Ramsey, Smith, Tabor and Walkeill. So said bill is lost.

A bill entitled, “an act to amend an acto provide for the more effectual collection of the revenue, and for other purposes," was again read and ordered for a liiird reading on 10morrow.

mnr. President laid before the House the following Executive message:

EXECUTIVE OFFICE, 7

• Tallahassce, Eeb. 12, 1896. S To the Legislative Council :

I nominale the following gentlemen to fill the respective offices allacl:ed to their names.

LEON COUNTY. Justices of the Peace.-Samuel H. Diival, Robert J. Ficha A' lev, T'urbuit R. Betion, John L. Vickers, Hieu Bradford,

Zacharia Hart, Ariber Maco!, Nainan Vickers, Jok Hivis, William G. Ponder, John Izler, William Hilliard, Nathaniel - Hamlın.

Port Wardens, Si. Marks.-John G. Puiman.
Auctioneer.-Francis Dawkius.

JEFFERSON COUNTY.
· Judge of the County Court --Joseph. M'Cants.

Justices of the Peace.- William Birdi, Benjamin Mauring, Hillery Whitebursi, Cornelius Be sleek, Brily llinn, Elias E. Blackburn, William Gormsi, George Johnson.

ICALTON COUNI'Y.
Justices of the Peace.-- Jilin , Diviil, Richard J. Compton,
Peter H. Sieel, James Vaughail, Akisimler Turner, Swaili
Gillis, Neal M Pherso11, Aneris Cubell, John L. U'Lemore,
M'R:e Williams, Alexander N'Lead.

NASSAU COUNTY.
Justices of the Peace, --ifosep R. Provit, James Sparkman,
John D. Braddick, Lider Tyson, John Middletoni, Daniel
Vaughan, Francis Rivoliitto

JACKSON COUNTY.
- Justices of the Peace.- Henry J. Holines, Janics Brown
William Sillisuni, Peter Simmons, lilliam M. Neulv, Jiunie
B. Adkinson, Thomas Jones, Silas Wood, Brillon Mayo.

Nolary Public.- Alin A, Busto
Auctioneer.-Henry N. Nowland. .

COLUMBIA COUNTY.
Justices of the Peace.-Jimnes Brooks, Josiah Parish. N:-
thaniel Bryant, Elishua Green, William Williams, Cuoch E.
Megell, Robert Brown, Moses Edwards, Charles II. B. Collins,

HAMILTON COUNTY. Justices of the Peace.:-Simon Hall, Alexander Martin, Jas. T. Stewart.

WASHINGTON COUNTY. Justiccs of the Peace.—Levi F. Miller, John M. Long, Elijah Robbins, Lemuel C. Bains.

Natory Public.-John W. Bush.
Auctioneer.--John P. Lockey.

GADSDEN COUNTY.
Judge of the County Court.-David L. White.

Justices of the Peace.-Robert H. Stewart, Daniel Buie, Joseph P. Smith, William B. M'Call, John Buie Seniour, Banks Metcham, Benjamin B. Hawks, Slockly Sadbury, Daniel L. Kinnon.

Auctioneer.-James M. Nixon.
Appaiser of the Union Bank.-Augustus H. Lanier.
Notary Public.- Isaac R. Harris,

ALACHUA COUNTY.
Justices of the Peace.—Samuel Smart, William Sanders, Jas.
Heck, Warren Harville.
Auctioneer.- Edmond Bird.

ST. JOHN'S COUNTY. Justices of the Peace.- Pedro Benet, Antonio Alvarez, Lot Clark, James Gould. Notary Public.-Benjamin A. Putman, George L. Philips.

. FRANKLIN COUNTY. Judge of the County Court.-A. K. Allison.

Port Wardens for Appalachicola.-D. B.' Wood, E. W. Doubleday, Nelson Hawley, E. Wood, James Black.

Port Wardens for the City of St. Joseph's.-Warham Crumn. well, H. R. Wood, Robert Beverage, Hezekiah Smith, Thom. as Bertram.

Notary Public.-Warham Crurnwell, H. R. Wood.

Justices of the Peace.--Hezekiah Smith, Joseph B. Lockey, Hamlin V Snell, Orin Marsh, Phineas Laprade, James Evans, William Davis, Ira Scot. Auctioneer-LS Chittonden.

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. Justices of the Peace William Bunce, John Warren, Joshua Stafford.

MONROE COUNTY. Justices of the Peace-Lewis F Breaker, Amos C Tift, Charles M Wells. Auctioneers—John P Goldwin, William H Wall. .

DADE COUNTY. Justices of the Peace-William Cooley, Lemuel Otis, Wm Whitehead,

Auctioneers—Wm Cooley, Wm H Fletcher, Wm Whitehead Notary Public-Charles Howe

ESCAMBIA COUNTY Judge of the County Court-Charles Evans

Justices of the Peace-Samuel Patterson, Elijah Gaylor, David J MCravy, Benjamin F Kennedy, Joseph Forsyth, Joseph E Caro, Henry J. Wiggins, John Hunt.

Inspectors of Lumber-Hanson Kelly, Francis de la Rua,

Port Wardens for Pensacola–Hanson Kelly, John Campbell, Henry Michelet, John B Foster, Charles Le Baron, Auctioneer-Clemont Ramos

DUVAL COUNTY
Justices of the Peace-John Price, John Broard, George
Flemming, Robert Bigelow, Rufus B Gregory,

Notary Public-John Warren
Auctioneer-John Warren
Treasurer of the Territory-Charles Austin
Auditor_Thomas Brown
Commissioner of the Tallahassee Funu-Willis Alston
Very respectfully
Yuur Obedient Servant,

JOHN H EATON Whereupon the House went into secret session, and advised and consented to the nominations therein made, when the door was again opened. The House then adjourned until to morrow at 10 o'clock.

Saturday, February 13. 'The House met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum being present, the journal of yesterday's proceedings was read.

The following communication was received from His Excellency the Governor:

EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ?

February 13th 1836 To the Legislative Council :

I nominate to the Council : Charles Austin, to be treasurer, Lof Florida Thomas Brown, to be auditor, so Willis Alston, to be commissioner of the Tallahassee Fund.

JOHN H. EATON. On which the House went into secret session, and after having advised in said nominations and consented to the two first. the last was laid on the table ; the doors were again opened.

mr. Wood presented the petition of Sarah B. Shelton for a divorce, which was referred to a select committee; messrs. Wood, Morton, Downing and Brown of Columbia, were thereon appointed, with instructions to report by bill or otherwise.

mr. Duval offered the following resolutions :

Resolved by the Legislative Council, That our Delegate be requested to obtain an appropriation for procuring for the tere ritory, a condensed revised cride of the Statute Laws of Florida, and that the Governor explain to our Delegate the cause and reason why a future application becomes necessary; if said appropriation be obtained, the Governor be authorized to contract for its compilation and the prinuing of the same.

Which was read and ordered to be placed among the orders for a second reading to day.

mr. Wood from the conimittee on Banks made the following report:

The committee on Banks to whom was referred the annual statements of the Union Bank of Florida, the Central Bank of Florida, and the Bank of Pensacola, beg leave to report:

That upon a careful examina:ion of the several statements (here:o appended) it appears that the affairs of those institu.

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