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561. An Act to provide for the election of a County Site in the County of Wal

ton. 652. An Act for the election of a County Site in Orange County. 553. An Act in relation to the County Site of Wakulla Gounty. 654. An Act to repeal an act to provide for the removal of the Indians now re

maining in Florida, beyond the limits of the State, approved January 20,

1851. 555. An Act to provide for the final removal of the Indians of this State, and for

other purposes.

656. An Act to amend an act in relation to the appointment of Commissioners

and overseers of roads. 657. An Act to repeal an act in relation to pilotage for the port of Key West. 658. An Act to prevent fire-hunting in the County of St. Johns. 559. An Act to separate the offices of Sheriff and Tax Assessor and Collector in

the County of Nassau. 560. An Act in relation to a road tax in the Counties of Santa Rosa and Escam

bia. 561. An Act to amend an aot entitled an aot giving to the Judges of Probate of

Escambia and Hamilton Counties the power of Justice of the Peace in

certain cases. 562. An Act to establish election precincts in the County of Putnam. 563. An Act to change an election precinct in the County of Nassau. 564. An Act to permanently fix the election precincts in the County of Columbia. 565. An Act relating to the distribution of the laws of this State. 566. An Act for the establishment of free bridges in the County of Escambia. 667. An Act to build a free bridge across the Ocilla River. 568. An Act relating to the assessment of taxes for the County of Jackson. 569. An Act to repeal an Act to declare Spring Creek, commonly known as

Robinson's Spring Creek, in Jackson County, a Navigable Stream, ap

proved February 13, 1851. 570. An Act declaring Crooked River in Franklin County a Navigable Stream. 671. An Act to alter the dividing line between Santa Rosa and Walton Counties. 872. An Act amendatory to an Act entitled an Act to establish and organize a

Mayor's Court for the City of Apalachicola. 673. An Act in relation to the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Washington County. 674. An Act to fix definitely the fees of Judge of Probate for the County of Co

lumbia in a certain case therein specified. 875: An Act to authorize Joseph T. Phelps to establish a Ferry across the With.

lacoochie River. 876. An Act to authorize certain persons to establish a Ferry across the Ock.

lockonee River. 677. An Act to authorize Albert Ponsheer to establish a Ferry across the Su

wannee River. 878. An Act authorizing George H. Tresper to establish a Ferry across the Su

wannee river at Clay Landing. 579. An Act to authorize Joseph A. Evritte to establish a Ferry across the With

lacoachie River.

880. An Act to authorize Joseph Robles to build a Bridge across the Hillsbor

ough River, and for other purposes. 581. An Act authorizing Celestino Gonzalez to build a Wharf in the City of Pen

sacola. 582. An Act to authorize Angus Nicholson, a minor, to assume the management

of his own estate, and to contract and be contracted with. 588. An Act to authorize Richard H. Randolph of Gadsden County to assume

the management of his own estate. 584. An Act to empower John Johnson Gadsden County to manage bis own es.

tate. 586. An Act to admit Claudies Stewart to practice law in the Several Courts of

this State. 386. An Act to legitimate Augustus W. Whitmire, Joseph C. Whitmire, Eliza

beth Whitmire and Margaret Whitmire, and to make them the heirs at law of Samuel C. Keyser of the County of Santa Rosa, Florida, and to

change their names. 587. An Act establishing the names and legitimating James Henry and Wil

liam D. Saunders. 888. An Act to change the name of Victoria Baty to that of Victoria Bellows,

and for other purposes. $89. An Act to change the name of Oliver Price to that of Oliver Delk, and for

other purposes. 890. An Act to change the names of various persons therein specified. 891. An Act to change the name of Terrence Levy to that of Terrence Wimberly,

and for other purposes. 892. An Act for the relief of William Crawford. 893. An Act for the relief of Dr. J. W. Bozeman. 894. An Act suplementary to an act entitled an act for the relief of Dr. J. W.

Bozeman, approved January 8, 1853. 595. An Act for the relief of Thomas B. Wynn. 896. An Act for the relief of Mrs. Harriet Powers, of Columbia County. 597. An Act for the relief of William M. Garrison. 698. An Act for the relief of Henry C. Wilson. 899. An Act for the relief of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County of

Holmes

600. An Act for the relief of George W. Andrews, William W. Leggett and

Ashley Braswell. 601. An Act for the relief of George W. Phillips. 602. An Act for the relief of Dr. James L. Shields. 603. An Act for the relief of Stephen Hollingsworth. 604. An Act for the relief of John B. Allen. 605. An Act for the relief of James Brown and William Gainer, Sr. 606. An Act for the relief of the South Western portion of Gadsden County. 607. An Act for the relief of William R. Haytard. 608. An Act for the relief of Job Clarke. 609. An Act for the relief of Eliza A. Bruee.

TITLES OF RESOLUTIONS

PASSED AT THE SIXTH SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY,

1852-23.

1. Resolution asking of Congress the reduction of the price of Public Lande · in this State. 2. Resolution urging upon Congress the sale of Reserved Lands. 8. Resolution relative to Overflowed Lands in St. Lucie County. 4. Resolution requesting the Governor of this State to cause the State En

gineer to examine and report 'the cost and practicability of connecting the

St. John's and Indian Rivers by a navigable Canal. 5. Resolution asking Congress to grant a Quarter Section of Land to the

County of Levy to establish a County Site thereon. 6. Preamble and Resolution asking of Congress a grant of a Quarter Section of

Land to the County of Levy. 7. Resolution asking Congress the grant of a Quarter Section of Land to the

County of Sumpter. 8. Preamble and Resolution relative to Shoal River. 9. Preamble and Resolution relative to Yellow River. 10. Resolution asking an appropriation by Congress for the purpose of removing

obstructions at the Bar of Volusia on Lake George. 11. Resolution urging upon Congress the necessity of clearing out the Ocklawaha

River. 12. Resolution asking that Palatka be made a Port of Delivery. 13. Resolution in relation to the establishment of a Port of Delivery at Bay Port. 14. Resolution in relation to a Light House on Sea Horse Key. 16. Resolution relative to the Seminole Indians. 16. Resolution asking Congress to allow the Public Arms of Florida to be kept

and preserved in the United States Arsenal located in Gadsden County,

Florida. 17. Resolution asking Congress the passage of a Mail Route to the States bor

dering on the Pacific across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. 18. Resolution asking an appropriation from Congress for a Tri-Weekly Mail,

&c., for the City of Apalachicola. 19. Preamble and Resolution asking a change of Mail Route between Tampa

and Fort Mellon, and asking that a new Mail Route be established between

the town of Tampa and Old Tampa Bay. 20. Resolution in relation to a Mail Route from Madison Court House to Clay

Landing in Levy County. 21. Resolution in relation to the establishment of a Mail Route from Thomasville,

in Georgia, lo Alligator, in Columbia County,

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22. Resolution asking an appropriation from Congress for erecting a Marine Hos.

pital at Apalachicola. 23. Resolution in regard to the establishment of a Land Office at Tampa. 24. Resolution authorizing and providing for exchange of Legislative documents,

and for other purposes. 25. Resolution in relation to the early bistory of Florida. 26. Resolution in relation to Porter's self-loading and self-firing gun. 27. Resolution in relation to the pay of absent members. 28. Resolution for the purpose of enabling Military Schools to obtain arms from

the State. 29. Resolutions in relation to the term of office of the Governor elect. 30. Resolution in relation to the claims of James M. Bates. 31. Resolution for the relief of Silas Weeks. 32. Resolutions authorizing the Comptroller to audit and pay B. Hopkins and oth

ers for their services in defending the frontier in the year 1852. 33. Resolution in relation to Capt. Wm. H. Payne's Company. 34. Resolution relative to the accounts of R. A. Shine, Quarter-Master General,

and for other purposes. 35. Resolution for the relief of William Watson, 36. Resolution for the relief of Azor Umstead. 37. Resolution to authorize the Comptroller to purchase Maps of the United

States.
38. Resolution authorizing the Comptroller to employ a Clerk, when necessary,

during the present session of the General Assembly.
39. Resolution relative to copying the laws of the present session.
40. Resolution in relation to printing the Laws.

AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION.

1. An Act to amend the Eleventh Clause of the Fifth Article of the Constitution

of this State, and, also, to amend an Act amendatory of the Twelth Clause of the Fifth Article of the Constitution of this state, and adopted by the Third and Fourth General Assemblies so as to give the election of Judges

to the people. 2. An Act to amend the Seventeenth Clause of the Fifth Article of the Constitu

tion of this State.

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. 1. An Act to alter and amend the Fourteenth and Twenty-Third Clauses of the

Third Article, and the Thirteenth and Sixteenth Clauses, of the Fifth Article, of the Constitution of this State.

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