Key West enquirer
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 Material Information
Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1834
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
lccn - sn 95026781
System ID: UF00049046:00002

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r rIi IE 1'1NQUIRER." balance, and clipping tit CI> into the water it steer N. W. until you oren FIecmiig8 Key lance of two miles :and half from said light

t cnpjizcd, and the little crew vere delivered .which is a Mangrove Island .in the north house.

IDITED AND.r itrDLt9J1\'D over to the mercy of the hil'ows A shilll ern part of the harbor and then run lor it. Bee 0 Be further enacted, That: in .
..oJJ The best anchorage is in tho upper part of tile event orallY master of a vessel ret '-, ;
shriek! went wide'y over tho waters bandl )
: J. T It INS 0 N. ; a the harbor. Height of the Light louse to for i I
,::7 l biz cloak unit hat visible pay any pilot his services tho alJ1(".
wore floating from tho level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches. 6ffcc herein before provided such pilot
high upon tho surge, but for a moment nothing Light Stationary. may, at hisdijcrctton, sue out from the of ,.J l

I \ '. TERMS.-Five Dollars per annum. else, the f keel of the boat accepted, AND KEY LIGHT-Revolving onco fico of tho clerk of said court an attachment a

. S f xis ADvctrmBMENTs> inserted at the rate of was to bo seen. Unfortunately no Oilier: in 54 seconds. IL is the best light on the returnable immediately to the said "

' ,, Quo Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, for small r.raft9 ntlnchcd to the steamboat, coast ; SV. by S. from Key West Light. court, or to the Judge thereof Chambers, ,

J ./Jtiu: | first insertion, and t.8 vcn v-t"lvo Cents and although/ sic immediately wheeled Lat. ill 20 N-Long* 01 57 W., situated aga-nst tho vessel piloted spoken! which :

?. ..oljr each subsequent continuance. r-'iind and ran: to the relief of tho suf- directly on tho Kccf.. Tho Light 70 fe6tabotc1 Court or tho laid Judge: in Chambers,, shall ?
v w.. _,_,_ tho sea.'fOItTUGAB. summarily and without jury, proceed to examine
i' PI TItY. fartasy&t: t several precious minutes elapsed LIGHT-Stationary-on into tho facts and law of the case J

5 bifou: this, could be ctl cled. When we ono of the Dry Tortngas Islands, near tho and decide accordingly to its merits ; but if

\ 11; TUB HERMIT.flr BEATTIE. cauif up, one of the oarsmen\ were drawing western extremity of tho Itccf, in'Lat. 24 1 the said vessel so assisted or spoken, shall 1

\ '.' t the close of tho day, when the hamlet is en c1.lrtly.woman., upon the, keel 1 of the 31 N .-Long 03 10 W.tN not be within tho jurisdiction of the court, .,

still. capsized boat ; the other wits making tho ACT to provide for the appointmentof tho said court or Judge in Chambers shall I

.j.And mortals the sweats of forgetfulness best of 'his way towards the steamboat, taking Pilots, and to regulate tho rules ot nnd may on tho return of the attachment,
at the of West and for 'proceed in like manner, rx-rtarc, and decide 1
: prove ; especial care of his own safety: in the Pilotage port Key ,

When; naught but the torrent is heard: on the first place ; while carried to some distanceby other purposes. accordingly. '
Pawed Feb.
hill. Pee. 1. holt enacted by tie Governornnd 15,1034.JOHN.
S a refluent. Walt I saw ,for n moment '
\V A nUF.N'
i ,;, And naught but the Nightingale's song in Legislative: t oiincil of tho Territory of ,
'.J ;or < distinctly, the features of a beautiful girl, Pre;. Legislative CO Ictl. i
',' tl ; I Florida, That from and after the passage of
i I ,1 .;?Twas thus by the cave of a mountain afar, pale int.lcp.dih alarm, yet expressing\ n this net,the ''ovcrnor of the said Territory Approved Fob. 15,1034

M "While !.h heart rungsymphonioUs, a hermit |K3rfoct consciousness of tier situation, nnd be and ho is hereby authorised, hy and with TYPE '
iI: began ; 0 beaming with the hope and Iho courage of the advice and content of said Council, during H FOUNDRY.A .
Purchased of Mr. RICH D
.r i o more with himself! or with nature at war, n bold heart. She was supported nobly by its annual sessions, to appoint such number nON ALDSON his established

:, the thought as sage, though he felt as a the young man, her companion who struggled of Pilots for the port and harbor of Key extensive long and.
very Type Foundry, the subscribers
man. West and the adjacent coast in a northeaster -
with the I
strongly strong wave say have formed
11 Ah! why all abacdonM to darkness and ; ]} direction from said city, and the extreme a co-nartncrship for tbo
I saw all this but a moment : for (tin next purpose of continuing said business, and for
northern limits of tho of Monroe
wo ; instant down into the the convcn-.cnce of their friends and '
they went trough of patrons
Why, tone Philomela, that languishingfall as be may deem necessary, expedient, '
have removed their establishment
the sea and a their to amore
succeeding dipped
/ surge and advisable, provided the number appointed -
Tor: spring sfiall return and a lover bestow, heads in I lie water far nut of sight Three in nny one year shall not exceed intention central part of too hand city. As it is their

And sorrow no longer bosom i'lthral terrible minutes elapsed and njain they twrlve. keep on good assortment j
thy ; \iosoIn of tho bust typo, and to make sach additions
1111t 'if pity inspire( thee, renewthc sad lay : tho surface ; tho young ladyV arm closely Sec 2. Re it further enacted, That such and improvements as the taste of Clio trade

Mourn sweetest complain, man calls onlwint.t.uolml\ her companion's neck:, pilots so appointed, before entering on thodischarge and tho wants of the country require, they
thee to of their! ; duties such shall each
incum, as ,
while wi.h his left
arm around her waist, llattcr themselves that! this establishmentwill
6 sooth hint whoso thine become bound in with
1lcmlTc.31i1ce p.isa nn obligation ono or
ho grasped the faithless clement, convul merit a largo sharp! of patronage. They I
more good and sufficient securities, to 'bo
away lively with Itis,rigllt. Boxes planhsropes have now several fonts on hand, which can
Full quickly they pa -but they never approved of by the board of wardens, or a
be furnished at few hours notice and
return. &:e. were now thrown out to aid them to majority of them, for tho port and harbor aforesaid a are
tlo boa' but so rough were the wavesthat injhcsuiu of one thousand dollars, prepared to make fonts ol all weight and t
Now gliding remote on the verge of the sky very sizes, from Pearl to 22 lino Pica, including I,
nil this conditioned for the faithful, diligent, and
was totally unavailing: ,
The moon ulf cxtingimhM her crescent a great variety of 'rnamcntal Letter,- )
displays ; they, seemed i inevitably I'crishillg-that !beautiful able performance uf their dutieswhich bond Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes, '.'rau

y Hot lately 1 mar 'd when majestic on high L'irl and that noble hoy-xvhcn a s'ur- when executed shall immediately bo placedon Rule, and other ornaments will bo found to .
file Clerk of
in lie office of the the
4t' bliii shone, and the planets were lost in cly old. tar, a pas engcr in the boat, taking Court' of said C''onntyat the Superior cost be very extensive, of which specimens will

the blaze. Unbend of a small cord in his tenth) and di- of such pilot. proper be forwarded to Printers as soon as they i

floll on, thou fair orb, and with gladness lecling one ,of the crew -to hold the other Sec. 3. Do it .further enacted, That in can bo prepared.Printing .

pursue end, plunged into tho boiling waters, and I any event of the unfaithfulness, insobriety, Presses of every description,
The path: that conducts Ihccto splendour Printing Ink of the most approved qualities,
dashing t'lCtn aside like a giant, sunu to j criminal negligence of any pilot, he shall
Composing Sticks, Draa. ,
again Oal1ol ,
; 'mpu"ing
Hut roan's faded :glory what change shall renew the sinking pair, laid his strong grasp onthcyoungman'd upon tho petition of any twenty respectable Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards,
of said
citizens city, or of a majority of tho
end the t
1 arm hallowing to Standing l'rcsllcJ, Furniture, together with
said board of wardens
so to tho
Ah fool to exult in a glory 'so'vain.iSTii crew to pull in, they were drawn to the side Governor to that eflcctbe appointed rcmovcd from of- a complete assortment of all articles used
of thc tcambal anil! lifted deck in a Printing Office will bo kept constantlyon
on secmlugly
,. night! and the l landscape. is lovely nomore fice.and may besides bo proceeded againsthy hand.
1 ; at.tho hsl I asp >f lifoTho! samecxperimV indictment as in ordinary cases of misde

,<\jJ* J mourn i hut ye w"iY.1IafrJiS'l' ollrll hot >ntbr.iughrjri; ; tho oltll ladf.and her meanor, and on conviction, fined in & sum in Small great variety fonts, suitable be for had llunc when-bindotr.called

: for yon ; preserve) who had: managed unlit/ relieved, notexceeding ono thousand dollars, to be for. may .

For morn is approaching charms ,to re- to retain their hold upon the keel of tho assessed! by a jury, and shall moreover be Orders from all parts of the Union will bo

store, capsized (hoaf. When the young lady carno liable to a snit on behalf of any party aggrieved promptly and most carefully attended to,

PerfiunM with Ircih fragrance, and glit'- to herself, (which she (Jul iii a few minutes) on the bond BO nl hereinbefore provided! and particularly in plying SORTS fur all
be him.
to executed
by their
ring' with dew. !she looked about her with aVI1 1 glance, fonts furnished hy predecessor, Ninny .
Jfnryet for the tavago of winter mourn ; See 4. Tie it further enacted, That ifany k Runaldson, and Richard 'toualdson.
and asked for her mother with n of
; cy
Kind tial'irci:: the embryo blossom will save, such as have been (
person except may ap- Stereotyping in all its branches, executed
BiH when shall spring visit the. muaidcring'urn > wild j j'iy they rushed i into eachothet'aarms: pointed as aforesaid, and have complied with by L. Johnson, as heretofore.

and) various as was the crowd, that witness/ allthcconditions specified infhe*V ond" *r- JOHNS. .N &SMITH.No. .

\vt.cru.hallliay Jairn en tho night of ed this scene upon the 'deck of that boat r, hon of this act, Rhall charge any compensation .6 George St. Philadelphia, 1033. ,

El t" the gravel .- nunn individual but seemed to regard it for services he may perform as pilot, ho 0 Publishers Newspapers who insert ..

'Twas th'.H by the glare of false science, betray'J with tho deepest feeling. TrIO young lady shall be docmcd guilty of high misdemeanor, this advertisement, and forward a paper

:i !iin,lookcil (\) from i ho mother's bosom, and on conviction thereof, shall be fined ina containing it to J. & S. will be entitled to 1
sum not exceeding treble the amount of $3, payable in settlement of their accounts t!
bewilder and dazzles than before
That lead to to wih: even a more alarming glance -
compensation received by him to bo assessed when their bills amount to not less thanQt
blind until her fell!
tho handsome
eje upon very
by jury ; provided that this act shall J.
: thoughts wont to roam from.shade onward ol' ._ _
My features the young man who had: notbo held extend to the master or mar- .
to shade, vDestru'etion been the companion of her danger: { and in r (If any licensed wrecking vessel, on1Ie r WHITE & WILLIAM IIAGAIt, h
l-cfore me and sorrow be- "" I>k.E81'I:C7'FULLY Inform tho Printersof
although I eannociiirclatinrrthis real l1ltll.- Florida Rcef.on board of any such wrecking
r hind. incident adopt the style of tho "novelist vessel, oron board of any vessel which the United States, to whom they have
0 Father of light,then I cried
pity, great
has been cast unless such vesselso long been individually known as established
away <
and that they too rushed to each oth.er'.s

creature who fain would not wander say ,
Thy Letter Founders that have formed
cast away has been spoken by a regular they now
$L from Thee embrace, yet such a look of extreme pilot, at least six miles: from the light houseon a co-partncnhip in said, business, and
140, humbled in dust, I relinquish my pride; joy us those beautiful, eyes suddenly filling the .land of Key \\'cat. hope from their united skill and experience,
From doubt and from darkness thou only with tears:; she! al1 *tion\Idy held out her hum bo able to give fulf latl.ractlon to all who
5. Beit further enacted, That all
I canst free. hand to tho youth, might certainly have ser suits and! prosecutions provided for in this may favor them with order

And darknesss and doubt are now flying ved as a model for eoni-j of the most loucli.infjsccncaof bCt,.111\11 be had ih the Superior Court of The introduction; of machinery( in place

away ; romance, Tho ladies retiredto the County aforesaid, or before tho "Judge of the tedious and unhealthy practice of

*No longer roam'in conjecture forlorn their cabin, and I ":"a' no more of them ; thereof in Chambers.Sec. casting typo by Land long desideratum by
the Eurepcao and American Fuuinde's, was,
S "t/rcaka on the traveller, faint and astray of but if that Young man and that beautiful C. Be it further enacted That the by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure

Tlhe? bright and the balmy effulgence girl arc not married within three months following; fees and rates of pilotage bo allow of time and rnoncr, on the part of our

mornS truth, love and mercy in triumph after this event, sad tr tltfy ore not a Imp- ed to each and every pilot, first for pilotingand senior partner, first successfully accomplish
e py couple, then I am no interpreter of the conducting a ship or vessel in or out, ed. Extensive use of lie,machine cast I let
descending. ore any partof tho Florida Roc Second ter has (,,111 tested and established its Idperortty -,
all in Eden's first looks and gestures of pastlon, and then 1 ,
And nature glowing
from of the said Reef to the over
have of the spirit Divination. ly, any part port in every particular, that, cast
bloom none
of Key West,or to Indian Kej. or. thirdly by the old process
On the cold cheek of death. smiles and roses .. into
t-' -- J" --=-. through cither of'the channels leading The Letter Foundry business will here
are blending, the of harbor of Key West aforesaid, be carried before
after the
immortal awakes from the For tho information of of Mariners generally, port on by pasties
And beauty we have procured from the Collector'the to wit. for every foot of water which such named under the firm of White,Jfagar&Co.

tomb. following schedule of tlC .itaation'of: the ship or vessel may draw, the mm of two dollars Their specimen exhibits a complete series

-.ca Light Houses along the I'lorida shore, and for every day for which such pilot from Diamond to 14 lines Pica/ The Book
Steam Biiat Inridctd -Ttio, small boat under his superintence. may detained or employed on boaruxinch I and News type being in the roost modern

put ofF to lake in three 11853Cngers110 CAPE FLORIDA ,IGnT.a"talionaSituated ship or vessel, tho further sum of t"o J light and ,.ylof

made signals from the shore a !gentleman the South side/of Biscayne tars White, 1I0gar it Co. are agents for the,
on Key '
and two laJics, whose shawU and ribbons about 400 yards from tilt beach. Sec. 7. De it further enacted That dOl-I sale of the Smith and iujtt Printing Pr",*

r fluttered in the wind like the quivering ofa The Light may be considered 70 feet above' ,I vessel boned eitberJo o Indian Key or to es, which manufacturer'they can furnish. u their custom Chases. i
brilliant: flag at a mast-head. 'rhe bay the level of the sea distant front the gulf West except a licensed wrecking en at Ink and
kliegs entry
,. about miles. Vessels jdrawfog 10 and refuting to receive a pilot on board, Ca.ct. Composition ,
was cxccedinly rough, and whitecaps ream : 'artIcle"Uled in the Printing tt\uia*f kept
liLi feet roach within 'Z 1-2 miles of 'be shall, spoken by said pilot six: miles repectively -
all! the > may ap stogKut
careered: over watery expanse: aforesaid fur sale, and furnUberf on the f r
from Indian Key or
15 47 N Long. CO 42 fur
lightLat. VV. e, pewat
hor ill '
of of wild
a tics OW taneo'
tho Jibing manes troop from the said Light House on the bland of type .
; '
mss cSouo but a heroine, or one totally ;gnorajvt L"tGIP' SHIP FL IUUA-r tcJ Key West be neverthelessand it is herebymade 0 cents per jr" ft.;
on Carysford's Hect, near the site of the N. B. Wew Wrl5 .to",Stof;
oi( the ) would have vcnttued to full rate of pilot ,as
danger, subject pay age *
ii entitle
old one, in Lat. W Ofi N..iMtig. 80S7 \V.It the above three lose ,
such a surf The boat: was manned though such pilot had been taken on board, charticlexaa the .',
upon two distinct in 11
is distinguished, w Dollars !
easily to .
than three mile ..
and! after taking bat if not spoken more respectively ".<
stout only ,
l.y two seamen ; "Clmenam
lights are shown, which can eenrallj-'be abovementioned elect from out.>>
from the places, .
in the passengers, and pulling\ out a fcw seen at the distance of 1: roilci. Its ob- then and in case of sects refusal aforesaid. New Yor1a V1IS33.'.-""

rod from the shore, it lay tossing liko a ject i$ to warn vessels; from the dangerous. she shall be liable to pay half pilotage, and ; '

fishing cork upon the rough sea, making rocks and shoals near which it is placed no more. ConAfTtt of no.stOll.Tbere ua C been,

little or, no progress towards: the steamboat. KEY WEST LIGHT-Stands on. t.be tT B wton Post 65 f esiel* entered at
The and S. West Point of the Island of Key West, See. 8. Be It further enacted, Tba( no i.I say ( .
>Viuily rowers;taking loan strong 62 fee shall be demandable for piloting and ,fcw port, from foreign countries, up I?: pulls,Sent their entire strength to the oars, is in I.at. 2133 N.-Lor.c-.81 12W. than if ie r4 Mrcrthajast
be of more !
conducting any yesseJilthe same spoken gust 3 1 si this year
erected for the of guiding vessels
and the the ladies whose ; purpose tVe 1 i
tuner ,
leaving I from
the Imrbor the directions at ales distance than three mile year up lo the MOW ;
hands: he Ud liitherlo held;lent his aid to when for which.entering are as follows; Blight ring the light Louse aforesaid or (rum Indian Key. JA begp UoT6 foreign clear wtf few?

the oarsman nearest to him This moment to bear N. N. W. ad; the and Key provided. that this sectico_all not "babel thin year, up'lq the list day oP "ls.f

decided the strujrgla 'rhe united strengthof Lagblto bear W. S. W. and you crow the 1 fcMxtftod to say fessel going or or the coning&arVor 1884, than iliere "<
the tus, aided Ly a huge wIno which Ileef in about btLom witer rumor Key through the northwest pissftff at tile 3 .-- ;e tlaJttrrtok *>*/*laufu"' ''

struck tP/TbottcatafeMc! : ; S !Jrcw it off i5 Wet Light until Hiituj two mH", then of Key W.t"wbeo spoken ,

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Tho steam' from the boiler; PARASOL ANTS-Which are found in
........._ L J -"! merely individual it lending! Jo become, anticipated.' is heated in tho ordinary tropical climate?, are of various! kinds-and
it already (form itself in the United i- when the.watci their singular peculiarities.arjd;
Future destiny of the WorM.-Hurope ,collects into lie teakctllo ] :propensities
s 'Ot ti is hastening to democracy. What is I I'rance S ales ? Probably: iho Iniman: race will! procfssof and passing Horn thence into the would afford an interesting;.study to tho
director ? Tsa- greater but it is to be feared man will naturalist. Indeed tho description of the
fettered grow and
but a republic by a barrel where it is condensed, rnnj
lost ,
11 tIt ,ions have outgrown' Jheirswaddlingclolhcs; grow less-tha\L'mment genius-will be gun the end of !the gun barrel, in various species, and mailers pertaining to
will be caught
and -that imagination, poetry, !the arts, would afford materials for
them n
.' they have attained their majority, pre of small trickling stream of respectable
t \ need; of expire in the cells! of society' like bee hive, the shape a volume.
L tend that they have no longer guar fresh watcr.-Mcr. Jour. sized Probably no animal,
r dians. From the time of ,David down to in which each individual will be but a bee : passably good not even the dog or elephant, possess n
our days, Kings have been at 'tbe-head-of --a,whcel in tho machine-an atom in organized greater share of sagacity than this djminu-

affairs-it t'lt'ems'.nOW'' to be the turn of tIle ; ni1U'r. If the Christian religionwere Chinese humanity to thipurcckfd for tive insect, which in him seems to amount
of tho Greek to'bojGXliagnislied! the worjd would It is well known that' tile Chinese
people. The short'exception eigners almost 'to raeo"'. Besides which they excel -
Carthagenian end Homan republics,do not come through liberty to that peiiificajjon authorities on the coast of their own coun- all other animals, in the two excellent
change the fact of the political stale' of antiquity which China has attained! through slavery.Modern try, always admit the obligation of providing propciiifB of industry and method.

t viz: that: monarchy was tho established society has taken ten centuriesto shipwrecked sufferers with food and The following description of a'species of

:' condition ofuocieiyoll over theglobe; compose itself ; now it is decomposing clothing : however ill, sometimes, they may this insect, called the Parasol Ant, we extract -
: now, oil societies abandpn monarchy or at itself The generations of the middle ages perform tl. In the thirteenth volume of from Mrs Carmichael's Domestic

t least monarchy such os we have hitherto were vigorous, because they were in the the original Chinese penal code, page 10, Manners of tho West Indies-

t Y t known it. ascending progression. We are weak, because the law on thissubjectis given in the form "I had heard of the Parasol Ant previous

The symptoms of tho social transformation we are in descending, progression.This of an imperial edict, which is dated the to going to Trinidad, but I could hard

abound. In vain do we attempt to re waning world will not recover its second year: of Keen-lung, A. D. 1723.-" Iy believe tho account I had received of ;,
constitute a party for the absolute government strength till. it shall have reached tho lowest The following is a translation :- them. The first morning I was at Bel-

of ono, man ; the elementary principles degree, when it will begin to reascend to anew Along the whole extent of our coast, mont, Mrs. Warner called on me to run out

Pwr of this government are not too; found ; life. I see, indeed n population which it continually htPCIIS: :, that foreign ships and see tlio Parasol Ant*-and sure enough
men, have changed ns well as principle.: proclaims its powers, which cries, I Will !" and people are driven on shore by gales of there was a string of black ants, about the
facts sometimes to the-future is mine I discover tho universe!
Though appear oppose wind. It is hereby ordered that governors, of house
a common
length fly
moving as
each other, they nevertheless concur towards those who came before me saw nothing and lieut-governors of province take' the '
do in in file
t the same result, like the wheels of a the world was waiting for me I am in lend, and cause officers 'to be particularly I I ants England small o long ; and every -
bit of
with leaf v
a green ,
machine, which turning in opposite directions comparable my forefathers were children : attentive in affording compassion ; that held over its head. I never beheld
produce common action. and idiots to b'cstow food anything
they employ public
; Sovereigns, by gradually submitting to Have the facts corresponded with thcsei and raiment on the money sufferers, and to refit so strange; not one was without the
r necessary liberties, by detaching themselves magnificent: words ? What hopes have been their ships. After which, that they cause leaf; I heard too, n stranger; story still, that

without. violence, and without shock! from deceived with respect both (10 talents and their goods to be returned, and see that they plucked these leaves, and took them
their transmit totlroirdevsccndants character If about town a great way under ground. I was a
pedestal, might you except men they are sent home to their own country.
1' ; for a longer or shorter period, of real merit, what a 'herd have we of libertine : This is done to manifest extremely ten informed by Gilman of Li Conrsoisance,
without convictions that his n1 groes by his orders dug into theants1
their reduced abortive
hereditary sceptre, lo proportions generatiun, der feelings towards men from remote re
measured by (lie laws. France would without political\ or religious faith, gions. Take this order and command it to habitation, it was found full of these a

have more calmly ensured her Iflpplncss scrambling for mor ey and places,.Jitaf lx'g- be an everlasting law. Respect this" came leaves withered and at tho bottom of
independence by keeping a child who gars for n distribution of olms-a flock 'I'heabove mandate refers tho nest, one or two ((I forget'which) white
not only to
could have which snakes, of from nine inches to a foot in
not made of the days of July owns no shepherd, which runs from but those of Ja-
European ships to Corea,
a shameful deception ; but nobody understood 1 the plain to tho mountain, disdaining the and of length-and it was said that everyone who
io-tChoo which ore ev
tlio! event. 1 experience of the old herdsmen, inured to pan many had dug out these nests, had found the
wrecked the of
on coast China i
the wind and the rnin.Vf1 cry year leaves and iho white snakes
jtis Kings persist in keeping,what they can rebut liansif- [Chinese Repository
not retain ; instead of descending gently ory, intermediate: obscure generations, devoted "At Liurel Hill, we observed a grcrt

is 1)1)Viij) by inclined piain,they expose tliem. elves to oblivion-forming the chain to many of these parasol ants; and Mr. C.
,to tho dangers of falling into the abyss: reach the hands which will reap the harvest Industry 'and energy: There are few resolved toget at the truth. The ants came

r monarchy instead of dying a !'lotions death, of futurity.-Chateaubriand.Aloclcofkair. difficulties that hold out against real attacks, from the high ground, a considerable dir

full of honors; and years, runs the risk of they fly like Inevitable! horizon before those tance above the house: their route was as

being shved Q.livo-a melancholy mausoleum .-Few things in Ihn weary who ndvqnce.' A passionate desire and an di4inct, and as bare of herbage as a sheep

at Venice contains only the sink of world are so delightful as keepsakes. unwearied will can crfII'm( impossibilities, track. Tlioy were accordingly traced to

an illustrious general. The countries least Nor do they ever, to my heart nt least, nor or what seem' to be such to the culd and the side of a hank, and' we dug wherethey

prepared for liberal institutions, such as to my eye, lose their 'tender, their powerful the feeble. If we do but go on, some unseen disappeared. It proved a work of some

Spain and Portugal, arn impelled to constitutional charms! How slight, how small, how tiny path will ,. pen among tho Jn'lls. Wo difficulty to get fairly to the nest ; it wan
movements. In these countries' a memorial, saves a beloved ono from obliv must not allow: ourselves to be (discouragedby ]i from ten to twelve feet under ground, and

t ideas outs'rip men. France and England, worn; on the finger; or close to the the apparent disproportion between the there, sure enough, were found two contiguous
like two mighty battering rams, shakiby heart, especially If they be dead. No Iho'tis result of single efforts and the magnitude chambers, lull of the leaves, and .
their reiterated blows the crumbling ramparts so:! insupportable as that of entire, total, c/f the obstacle to be encountered. Noth- white snake nearly in the centre."

of ancient; society. The boldest doctrines blankf irgeifulncss-when tho creature that ing good or great is to bo obtained witli3"t:

'on property,equality and liberty, are once laughed, and sung, and wept to us courage and industry, but courage and industry -
proclaimed morning and evening in the face close to our side, or in our arms, is as if her must have sunk in despair, and the Comet.-Tho Haley Comet is now nisi
of monarch, who tremble behind a triple smiles, her voice, her tears, her kisses has world must have remained unornomenfcd bin in the cast, near the constellation Tau

i; line of suspected soldiers. The deluge of never been. She and them all swallowed and unimproved, if man had not nicely[ rus. At this time its distance from the

democracy i is gaining upon them.they ascend up in tho dark nothingness the dust.Of compared the effect of a single; stroke of a earth! is forty millions of miles. On the

from story to story, from the ground all keepsakes, memorials, ,' relicts,- chisel with the pyramid to be raised, or of 13th of Scplembcrjt will be only hventw
I floor to tho roof of their palaces, whence most dearly; most devotedly do' I love a a single impression of the spade with, the two millions of miles distant;and froii?

they will cast themselves into the waves little lock of hair; and oh'! when the head mountain to be levelled. All exertion too, this will become brilliant.
'that will swallow (hem up. it beautified has long mouldered in the dust, is in itself' delighlfulandoctiveomnsements I

The discovery of printing has changed how spiritual seems,the undying glo&iirvess!! which seldom tire us. Helvetitisowns enter

the condition of society: the press, a ma of the sole remaining!-All! else gone to ho.cot.Id hardly listen to a concert for two will reach within six millions of miles ot

chine which cannot be broken, will continue nothing,save and except that soft smooth, hours, tliough: he could play nn on instrument us, the fore feet of the Great Bear, whereit

ai' to destroy tho ancient world until it has burnished and glorious fragment of tho ap all day l long. The chase, we know, no mOle acts. At this time i:s brillianceand

f :; ,formed a new ono. Printing is the creating parching thatonce hung in spuds and sunshine has always: been the favorite amusement of apparent magnitude. will have arrivedat
word of all powers; the word) (la parole} over an angers brow kings and nobles. Not only fame and for the highest degrees On the Gth October .

created the universe ; unhappily the word Aye, a lock of hair is far better than any tune, but pleasure is to be earned. Efforts, it will, stand nearest the earth it/
(fc Verbe) in man partakes of human infir- picture-it is a part of the beloved object it must not be 1or, as indispensa three and a half millions of miles distent.

I Put mity; it will mingle evil with good, till our: herself ; it belongs: the tresses that often ble as desires. The globes: not to be circumnavigated In the beginning the ye.tr U36 it will
> fallen nature shall have recovered its original long, long ago, rimy(rave been disshevelled by ono wiiid.: We should emerge from the sun-beatfis, and again lie-

\ l urity. like a shower of sunlienin,over your beat never do nothing It is better to wear come visible at the distance of forty millions l-

c" Thus the transformation brought on .by ing breast. But now solemn thoughts sadden out. than to rust out"S:1)" BishopCumbcr- of .miles. from us.- N Y.: Cour.

J the ago of tho worldvIltl1ke'pI3ce! every the beauty once so bright.-..so refulgent; land "There will be time enough for re- +?
'">'\. .., *- thing IS calculated on this plan; nothing tho longer you gaze on it, the more and jxiscin. the ravc5aid JSicoleto Pascal.

now possible but' the natural deaih of so- more it seems to say almost ,upbraid ly', Asa young man, you should be mindfulof During the passage of one of tho steam:

; "dety,' as at present constituted,which mast"moralion. "weep'st thou no more for me I" and, indeed the unspeakable importance-early industry boats down Long Island Sound, last sum'

h r It is to ,n tear true to thejImperishable affections since in youth habits are easily for- mer, a gentleman not much accu' loran o .
i he angel of God to fancy wo in which all nature seemed rejoice, riled, and there 13 time to recover from de polished society,came so late to the dirifjr

; ,tI 'ft'i e designs of Providence. bears witness, that the object to which it .fects.: An Italian sonnet, justly, as well table, that he found it difficult to obtain a

'IJ,.. Tfcf ,:" U elevated point of view,the yearned! is no more forgotten, now that she as clcrantly, compares procrastination seat lie stood sometime with his hands
tky i,,?>", v", lion( is but a small pan of the has been dead iorso many, many long, wo: the folly of traveller who pursues brook i in his pocket, looking wistfully at the smo

,1 5. .0" (tion, all impatience ceases, ry days, months, years ; that she was forgot till it winds, into a rh'erond is l lost in the I king viands He was at last noticed by the

1 I :7'.. *'ss i,' s of Ancient policy become ten during: ono hour of absence that came sen. The (oils as well M u_ _>_*.&..._, nf-m_. _nl'ti"n......e captain, who relinquished to 'him his cava
.. ,. /Louis Phillippe has brought like a passing sound between us and the life ore commonly overrated so much u chair and plate, when he
," t ... 3 fruit nearer by half a ccn- su whine of our living-her loving smiled. be done by the diligent use, of ordinary may 'ing a pig' that lay Before cornmencedlf\-

\ ';fb'-:. ly. Tho, stratum of 'civisrn opportunities ; but they' must not always I ished, ho passed ;portions 6f the dish 'lo all

5 ',t- ..".. )bated Ipbts by tho planted itself be- Important llariner8.-A paragraph is be waited for. We must not only strike .the and the ladies in 'his immediate neighborhood, ,...(

.fr''t5 nd revolution than going the rounds in the papers, taken fruit iron while it is hot, but strike it till it i is then I heaped a plate for himself. Ho

.'t;' lie proper vegetation strata of, still furnish an English: Journal, staJing that a great discovery made hot !Jlerschel, the great astronomer, soon perceived a lady who had 1 not been served .

,' fib of tho Govern has been made in London, by which declares: tint: ninety. oronehundrcd hours, and inquired if she.would be helped
August but
PJ": -:>I ? t ; ii will soon salt aisle. may: bo con verted into fresh, and' clear enough for observations, cannot be to some pig ? She replied in the affirmative{ : ,
i the machine being simple and portable, called an.unproductiveyear. Tho !lazy.the: and Jio accordingly handed 11cr the plate
mad be used at sea, doubtless to the great- dissipated and the fearfulaliould patiently: [ which he bad reserved for himself. Her

n'J.. IIit must go..What arc three, advantage of sailors"' on short allowance of see the active and the bold pass: them in the ladyship feeling her dignity somewhat ot- ;

*, .,,"I Is twenty :ulln the career of a water. course, .They.mast bring; down! their me- fended at so bountiful n service, observed
former -
>)> elate of society pert It have tensions to the level of their talents. Those with protruded lins-Inml *nnni. 'n i...
.' might been, stated that the ingenuity u
..t it Christian policy from which of a Yankee shipmaster discovered who have not energy to work must learn to heard all around-"I don't want Q cartoad I
Rome tho "
1 ,. jstituted for government of a : a sF'" plc and efficientTraelhod/or producing be humbje> ., and should not vainly hope to The gentleman, at her remark,
that the law became
,: hr ,this result ago, which is atten unto incompatible: enjoyments of indo the object of attention to all at his
b1 passed from the Republic"Ib additional lence and enterprise end of the table: and
'.' I ded with no expense, as all vessels ambition and self determined to retort
I direction the proceeds are supposed to be provided with ample indulgence. I trust that my young friends upon her for her exceeding civility: watched

'r' i place of that of power of ,the materials for the purpose. As the method will never.attempt to reconcile them. her motion! and observed that she had
..,, TMfr to pubJlcan man; we may not be generally known, and as a I ..,- despatched ll.e contents of the plate with
..-, m. knowledge of it little ceremony when this
be of ; was
.5 tople .I may vast benefit acpllsh-
g returned, it remains to There has: l lately.arrived from ,j '. '" "'f' willbeyjedup seamen on long voyages, we will endeavor America out: Madam, if youll back
., inl'arisa ;
;"' \ to describe curious design of an your cart this I'll
t f, > *. v it. amphibious up ,way, give you another
.. k.;.' t '. henewst Make\ a wooden cover to the hrrcst boil "machine, which combines, all the properties ,load !1"

.:' ...(tII I1llaqaa.ounk tN) society be er in the caraboosc; in |ho,centre of which of a steamboat and a land carriage When '
; : ._ : n 10 me ; insert an inverted tea-kettle after oo the land it nuns upon four wheels, end A
.f gentleman and
; rhen4it any rnor 'than the off the bail knocking on arriving! at the bank of river lady, who ever agreedas
and thus any or lake
a boiler well
I. 'if' Jiebend UIGat'te and a still. which it is os the four discordant elements
b'k "flo.. head formed necessary to cross the ,
are without wheels
\ difficulty. To the being on a certain
lavesproducecby day at dinner with
e. and
christian stop a paddle
"., '. furta be snout of tbe tea-kettle attach a the middle large the
e M i'.lev;' common begin to play,and carries it I company gentlemanUys men
barrelafter the
,ages edjusted gun unscrewing the breech._ water tioning over a number of ladiesTeiiher of
to1 bor without ,
f Let
the barrel any difficulty. It is the
n altaih gun pass through a 'buclct invention whom ho should be
to for his
11/ IpcomPleieeaianci.pow of '
/ an engineer marry
tub Whiston
or of cold
water which is in the
{ not Hitherto society contrived may be easily/ form of an alligator American, second: wife. His lady replied," [believe
!ggrfalion tad! by familiee ) changing the water in the tub oc- its construction crocodile; If I was dead, you would marry til! devil's 1
wdl! It bear l tuiOlMJl. \lcry simple, of small ex daughter" u No "
when the .
It tball replied gentleman,
1I be The pease, and i is easily aken to
.* ": consequence ef course nay be ea% quickly! put U>getheragain.-piece. Mor., and that. cannot be, for our lawgiver permita
Her. "
; man to marry two Bisters."

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Commerce of NCtD York-As an appendix .

W. A. Pitcher, ) .6.M.RlN'E LIST. to the statement published in our last,

v*. > In Attachment., showing tho number arrivals this port
John Harris \ from foreign countries during the first eight
HE defendant nnd all concerned will POUT OF KEY WEST.ENTERED. : months of tho present year, (being 1398 \

JL lake notice, that tho above suit bas against 1350 in tho corresponding months. .

been commenced Court for the by attachment Southern District in lie Superior of Oct. t. SI. Energy, Packer, Havana. of 1833,) wo ha.-o now to add, that there I

I Florida, nnd they arc required to appear Paragon, II. Parks, do. has been a decrease of 48 in the number

THE ENQUIRER.BFLORIDA.. I and plead to the declaration at the next Mary Ann. Maxon, do. foreign vessels ; consequently the increase

'-. .-.- _. ;;;;$ ,I term of said court. A. GORDON, G, Sell. Black itti, Roberts, Baha of American.vessels is 96. In other words \
(f oct. 1513m] Atty. for PPff. I ma: :;. there have been 1087 arrivals of American

Henry Fitzgerald, Felix, Aldcrsl.ide,Havana. vessels, ugainst 991 in the correspondingperiod ,
V3. I Sch. Julius Ca3sarf Post, N. York, of' 1833. This result wo repeat, ,
WEDNESDAY; OCTOBER 15, 1831. \Vm. II. fates and the In Attachment.owners sundiics. must IKJ gratifying to every friend of, thoprosncril I

PMMVtaBM MMHMM.MHMMBMMMMMVMMM MHBHBMBW VM and master of the 8 Mary Collins New Port sun ) of New York'j and the more so,
it in
Tho Editor is happy in having sohonncr Orion.Ttlr. dries. : in proportion to the extont and aggravationof
to make his debut before the public. defendant nnd nil interested, will
[ the of
power causes tending to depression I
Van any
r SI. Fair American Ranst
above\ suit has ,
s notice that the I.
( lie hopes it will be no disparagement to been attachment in tho Su- Havana. I our commerce. The secret of the matter
jiimsclf, in putting in his claim for patron- perior Court for tile Southern District of 10 Sch. Fair American, C 1dCharleston. i is, that New York enterpriso possesses a

', egq, to say, that it is his first undertaking, FloriJa and they are hereby required to buoyancy which rise superior! any ordinary

lthough regular! educated in the art. lie appear nnd pleH1to the declaration at the | Black Hawk, Nem,- Charleston, discouiagomcnts, and which even,.ex-
next term of said court' GORDON, I traordinary.discouragements wholly
ssures his fellow-citizens, that all his energies sundries. .
:' .f, shall be used to improve and enlightenthe |V>ctJ.!)13m3 __ Atty. for PI'tT.TV 81. Felix, Fish, Havana. conquer. Hcnco it i is, that in spite of tho .
0 order or the Honorable war the which is to
I'ICf.-Uy 13" A. Packer Havana. upon currency, com
public mind. As' a matter peculiar -l ';1 James Wehh, Judge of the Southern h" Parks do. merco what blood is to the human system: ,' ,

Interest, he will use great industry in obtaining Judicial District of Florida, notice i< here H" Van Paragon Burcn, Hoxie, New Port there,lias been,out one month (April)in the '
information of Wrecks to Juror Witnesses, parties litigant ,
correct on by given last eight, when the arrivals of American
[the Florida Reef,and such intelligence trom and all other persons concerned, that sundries. vessels have not been as numerous as !ic
which Dread Welsh Havanna.CLEARED.
the Superior Court for this District : .
[all vessels passing tho Reef as may be important is by law set for the first Monday of Nov. "' the corresponding' months of 1833, and but
to merchants, underwriters, and 1T.34, is postponed until the first Monday of two in which they have not been more so. ,

;# |others abroad. lie pledges himself that December ll:34: at which time they will at Oct. 1, Sloop Felix, Packer, Havana. [Jour of Com. <

there shall be no complaint on account of tend. TI10S. JUSTIN, U. S. M. Paragon, Park, do.
South. J. Dis. of Florida. 3, Mary Ann, Maxondo. CHANCES or MARIUAGE.--Tho following
[irregularity in the publication of the paper. Ry JOS. A. PHOURON, D. M. 6, Felix, Fish i do. curious statement, is taken from an

The Enquirer will be entirely devoted to Marshal's Office, Key West, 7, Schr. Julius Cesar, Mobile.. English paper it is drawn from the regis !",
and Domestic news, literary and October 15, 1C34. [ril-tf] Collins New Orleans. .
; Foreign ... 0, Mary, I tend cases! of 86 women, and is derived .
[miscellaneous intelligence, and Essays ten- rri-11 E- -URSCRinEU- -- respectfully informs ," Sloan, Entcrprizc, Dunce, Tampa from I hrir answers to thea o at which they .

f !tn<: to oovelope the latent resources of'the H Ins friends nnd the public that .. Bay. respectively} married. It is the first ever

Island: of Key West, and that portion of the he is prepared to do all kinds of JO JlJ PRIN U Felix, Fish Havana. constructed to exhibit to ladies their chances -,

Territory of Florida included within the TING. Ho hopes by attention to business, Schr.Black Hawk,GreenSt. M'is. of marriage at various 'ages. Of tho

y boundary of the Southern Judicial District. to merit a liberal patronage. 10, Sloop Felix, Fish, Havana. 876 females there were married : "
13 Parker do.
Energy, Years of Years of /
The Fditor hopes the enlightened people West, Nov. 1'USIt'll' Paragon Parks do oge. age.
fIr the Distiict.will take into consideration, THOU HON AUCTIONEER, 3 at 13 28 at 27
/( A. aV ". van Buron, Hoxic, Mobile, 14 22"28.
f the heavy expense attending the manage- <> [nl-ltf] Key West.__ sundries. 11"
1C 16 17"29
ment of a printing establishment, and the pLt (a111V SNKLL, ATTORNEY Dread. Welsh, Havana. 43" 16 6"3o
Middle Florida.
r of population, arid therefore render LAW, Tallahassee, "
; spareness 11,_ Bethel, T'pa- Bay. 45 17 7"31'

a correspondent patronage. It is his PROPOSALS ., _....a__ ,.._ "'.............. a.aira+s res 70 "P18 6 32

wish, and he respectfully requests all per- From the Little Rock(Ar.Gaz.of Aug. 19. 115 19 7"33

|' tans disposed to encourage the undertaking, FOR PUDLI5JlNG'IN KEY WEST, Desperate engagement between the Urn- 118 It 20 6 34

V \ to subscribe and render !heir influence in A NEWSPAPIIt, ted States Dragouns'and Pawnee Indians. 80 .c 81 8 35

yrociiring subscribers. 'v'To 85 ." 22 O"36 .
EC ENTITI.EP. THE,' -By a gentleman from Washington countywe u J
Gentlemen who may have taken chargeof learn that the U. S. Dragoons havo recently 69 23 2"27i. >

subscription papers, will please send in KEY WEST Z2NQUZR3R, had a bloody fight with the Pawnee 63 24' O"38
; Indians, in which the latter lost 80 killed 30 25 l'.39
the names to the Editor as soon as possible.Onrrcade'is
;4 r11IlE UND&RS"NED Ike Jc..re- and 150 prisoner Our informant derived 24 u 26 0 40Equanimity. .
: will ohs<>rv' l hy reference: J!. spcctfully, to offer prepositions'.this his information from a young mairwho was i1

k tom: artveitisemcnt of the U. S. Marshal, enlightened' public, to jnililTJli I weekly at Fort Gibson when the prisoners were .-A human being in perfec
; above title., It shall brought in under the escort of detachmentof
s published in tins (by'. p?pC'r, that the No. newspaper under the Dragoons. The remainder of the U. 8. tion ought always to preserve J ;,calm and 5
Commercial In
ember Term of the Superior Court for ho principally devoted forces belonging to the exploring party peaceful' trund, and never to allow passion
tellience-party controversy shall be fn- were left in pursuit of the Indians. '. he or a transitory desire.to disturb his tran-
tbs Southern Judicial: District of J/Jnridi, tire ly excluded. Pawnees are said to have fought desperately quility. I do not think that the pursuit of

13 postponed by lus'Honor Judge Webb,to Tim undersigned is fully nwaro of the and to have killed U of tho Dragoons. knowledge is an exception to this rule If

the first Monday: of December, As a matter difficulty of the task' ho is nbonl to, imtfcrlako Several Qsagn prisoner WAN retaken at tho study to which you apply yourself has
V and in consideration' of his want of the same time, from whom it was pretty saN
tendency to weaken affections and
District a
of in'crcst to thopaoplc of tho your ,
: : tbat the
hag obtained tho polite offer of Ufactorily ascertained young men
experience, taste fot those simple
to destroy >ur
x"c call their attention to the slIljPct.'We friends whose and whom tho Pawnees took from the Hangers, y
assistance: ago; in which mix
last summer, had been killed. These aretheonly sures no alloy can possibly ,
a; a V adjustment of the claims against the 1 he task.V: For Irs own part, In pledges able to collect. To-day's mail, or that of not befitting the human mind. If this rule I

Femil1fle Indian: ?,(for the payme.it: ofwhich himself, that, so fcr as his health and! Saturday next, wo hope will furnish the details were always observed; if no man allowedany ,

Jlevcn thousand! : dollars have been appropri- strength will permit-the .public. may rely'upon of this affair. pursuit whatever interfere. with thetranquility "
t sled by Congress,) for the capture nnd de- the utmost regularity III the publication \" the Pawnees have hitherto maintained ofhisdomesticafft.'Ction.,Greece
in tho boundless! prairies of
of have been entrusted of the pa per. their supremacy had not been enslaved; Cawar would have
"TBtruction property,
tho west it is to be hoped that the drubbing
will be taken to obtain the ,
w to Gen. Wiley Thompson, to whom claim Great pains which they have received from the -Dragoons spared his country; America would have
in duo rnrlirst and most correct intelligence nfVrccka been discovered more gradually and the
\ ants will exhibit their testimony will have a good effect on them and
farm at tho Agency. .. \ and Wrecked Propel I and also teach them not only to respect our citizens empires of Mexico.and Peru had not been

--_. .. reports of vessels passing near the Florida when trading among:: them or passing thro destroyed
Hcef. their hunting grounds, but to be less troublesome -
In the Superior Court the Southern Ju- 05*GEYTLI.MEN friendly to thfe under. to their neighbouring friendly Indi- A MISTAKE..-'How, are ye, shipmate

rUt'fl District of florida taking will please receive subscriptions; and ans. said Jack, walking up' to a young lady who

Richard. Roberts, 1 forvard the narfie-3 to the Kditoras soon asnnssihlc. I wore a pair of pantalettes of uncommon
vs. ST DAHTS, Aug. 12, 1834. size, and whose dress was somewhat short i
57 Bales of Cotton, pic; T In Admiralty. ATKINSON.Oftoler The Island of St. .Kitts was, to the beginning The lady conceiving htrstlf insulted, pass red
cd up at sea. J J. of this month,put in great confusion on without returning the salutation. A t
.\ 1.t. persons interested in tho above case' 1, 1834.__ ; -- by the new free blacks, who would not as bystander who uad witnessed tIll scere, rebuked -
r 1'. are hereby notified; that all tho residueof usual go to work ; saying they were free Jack for addressing lu language to
the money for which the abovd-c tton l\IlIttlt.: OF MlUril. like Ouckra, they had nothing to dobut eat, a respectable lady in th. street. A lady,'
was sold by the Marshal of this District, A iimionocs: PEnIODIC.\L. drink and lecp. By a boat arrived yesterday said jack with astonishment, 'wby d'--amy

after the) payment of the salvage and expen One of the cheapest Publications in the from Sandy Point, we were informed eyes, thought she was aD old.iJJpmate,
ses in said came, has been paid into the Registry United States. that about 15 orZO! were killed,several flogged with his tarpauliog trowsets, and monky

.V of the Court, where it will remainfur puhltcation of t above named pc- to death, and a great number are to be jacket on'
nine months unless sooner claimed by TilE will be commenced on Thursday scntto Bermuda or Halifax. About 3 to

the person or persons entitled lo the same, ,3 1st hid The publisher very dcsir- 400 retired to the mountains, and will bo A gentleman writes from Augustine,
his their legally authorized agent.A. hunted like wild beast. which have
0: or of having all the names of the subscribers Florida, "From experiments
.. II. DAY, C'lk. farwardcd ins, previous; to that time, as he will It it reported that Antigua and Montserrat ,been made it ;js clear, dial from the present
II. K. NEVVCOMD, D. under martial law.
By the wock on that day. few hundred dol.
positively e were' low prices: of inx b, fur a
(ol1mtlm] The number of names already received, also By informed a gentleman that from the mulattoes Martinique who we were J.,.,. mulberry grove might be formed here

Vm. 11. Shaw, J fully justifies the issuing will of be the forwarded publication to; taken at the revolt in December last had within one year, sufficient for the supply
In first number
and the
Court 16 were" of silk establishment yielding a princelyincome.
I who have not subscribed, been tried by the Supreme r a ,
J many persons condemned to be banged the remainder will not of
will their intention of Why some man nqr-
defendant and all interested, but who have signified ,
THE notice, that the above suit has doing so,if the work should meet' their ex-. (about 72) to be tent to the gallies for moreor them enterprise come on and reap the whitened
the Superior less time. harvest t But unfortunately fur u,
been commenced by attachment pectations. ,
dears rthat in thispart
Court for tbe Southern District of The pricGwiU be one dollar a year, pay. I can word ,m,live volcanoes I our unequalled anJ lovely! climate is not
of the we upon
Tlorida, and they are required to appear able on UK-! receipt of the first number alU&ouCb10 have very little risk to this Isl ; known as it should be. II1D3y'bo'lOmewhat -
and plead to the declaration at the next and where five responsible names are sent and. generally understoodtliat

term of said court. A. GORDON tbo si>th copy shallbe furnished gratis. "Here leaf never dies in the still bloom..
oct. 15.13m] Atty. for PPflt Letter containing: one name roust be post
[ Indian
A white man told some po-rder to an ing bowers. ,

Oliver O'Hara, ) paid.As the circulation wHl be very eitensivo- telling him if he sowed it in the ground, And the bee .banquets on through a whole

TS. > Iq Attachment.John the publisher will print a cover for tbe Mirror be might raise Lis own powder. The Indian year of lowers."
Harris. l providing a sufficient' advertising pat- watched his ground for a long time with But it is_not jjenerrlly understood that the
and all interested, will Advertisementswill great patience, but at length began to sospact
milE shall be bestowed. whole in this and neighborhood ia
ronago He year city
.AH. take notice, that the above suit has on.the cover that he bad been imposed upon. t
spicuously is.healthr
inserted it
been commenced by attachment the Superior be Merchants and others said notbidg, however, but went to the trader perfectly healthy, sodas. agreeable at
usual rate
of at the who bad the trick,and obtained ,
fnr the southern District will be entitled forgotten < "'! -f
Florida and they are required to appear who advertise by lenewable the year( ,every month, for credit for a quantity cf goods. When k Hero simply to feel that wo breathe, that

and plead to the declaration at the next to one square, .the time. of'payment came, the trader requested we live, J, > .
GORDON, five dollars. the money, but the Indian with tbe beat that,life elsewherecan
term of said court.V A. 'Gentlemen who will regularly Cumuli o Is worth joy .
Auy.for Pl'ff. which shall be great tom|>laisaoca;only rerlied, Me pay "ycress
[oct. 15 13m] riginal Lumorous articles approved give,, ..
by the editor, will have the publication yo t when mj powder ero- rRoVtudf. .. .
Joseph Wheeler, > ,
without charge
rs. < > In Attachment. Address sent to them LVNDF. ELLIOTT .-\ love the ,hour of eolitude \ of every man depends

John Harris. 3 interested, will _. Bel-Air, HarUord County Md. ,It IS then tint 1 can look upon life as it is, *state of his own mind! than
t' all
defendantand above suit has and call up before rao deeds of nat: ,cart. upon any me _temaleircuni w ce ; nay,
take that
notice the
been commenced by attachment in tbe Superior It Is then I cart form ray plans for a more HKM&UMA. *\\ external things! pat Jogetber..y .

Court for the Southern District of Truo xsntar.cy, no time, no jwwV, can upright lift,ai no time w &o well calculated tfJ.J hu ItQ
Florida, and they are required to appear to lead OQO to the conviction that .. "aieldloop of Ysc arfftd
the declaration at the next and honest conduct at bec with tLgorertpaent J e "'
and plead to lie that hath known to change 'nr knew rirtuooi iii i.r
tr,2of said court. A. GO DON, to cures to lua Jwfpnww. V 01 0 .. .
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from me. I fell' although my heart won!?; '
the midst of the r: 'i r
!L --=- =--=--=-=- 1'. TM greafTaloe cr'tho truth win Dot I shout! that from in the thousand: (1c.oJpair)15r 'I' break. The remembrance of lion affectior ti '
From-the- -B.t.Eve. Men Journal.PaorA sccnre its recepsion{ into the IJ<:3J'1. The thousands toll what proud remembrances for me, and my last unkind deed, revived ,

Ttf'riendf or nsoralitr Jews hejlcctcd tbc'doctrines of John. thcri! But a hymn was heard that in my mind: and burying my face in the .

.- have reason to congriSula'e themselves on 2. I'rcTio.Js1"JfmeJ{ opinions attention and to do the* 1 might were hue hushed! 1 the world Gcidcs-ne- folds 6f the curtain, I wept long and bit-
irw will etch
which bas been cSected! pretest never on Imrmn sense lerl'V
the great change salratran of tbs lOUt Too notions and crcll on my *
,. in tbe public mind oa.the wt-ject of Tenvperance a 5oundo m1jc tic, yet so suhdutng-so'
led them to disregard E
within a few Tars We dunk also I feelings of the Jews j full of melancholy, yet of grandeur :and I saw her laid in the coffin, and lowered

that within that time there bas been a corresponding tlirir own eternal interest. to command. The vast portal opened, and I: into the grave.: Ialmp ttvishallolicdotrd

..improvement- the' language 3. Men often prefer a temporal!Thus good the from it marched a hogs, such! as man hid I there with her, if sol mightseeoncsinore,
eternal .
used in fodety. Formerly, such was the the possession of toys I never seen before, such as man snail nover I her smile, and hear my forgiveness pronounced '
thus unoenitent exhibits
vitiated test of the community, profane sinner acts to-day : I but 'T4in-tIJc guardian angels ot in her sweet voice
jvevisg was not considered derngatory to his preference lie not rejoiceeven Years: have pissed away, and I am nowa w rk

the chancier of a gexlltnan. It is now in the light of the Sun of Righicota-I gloriously!) man-but never docs the recollection) of

t my justly considered the attribute of a net*. I iiix>n their hemlets dim-their robes stained this incident c.f my early .life, fail to awaken

MoeJ wmf,and it is to be wished that roaij FALL OF JE U3AI.Ef.. I -tears flowing down their celestial: beau bitter fee!=ngs of grief and remorse. ;

I .* young mea,w!4010 ideas are in some do.gnc" TOO fall of oar illustrious ODd happy ty. La usgo .\tncc '" *as the song of And never do I see my young friends exchanging

( liberalized," and- who wish to appear city wa supernatural. T/icd struchon of sorrow.; "7/rf ugo Acnewas' answeredby : looks, or words of anger,without ;

mruculirly* eenicel, could be informed of the conquered was against the first principles sad echoes of mountains. Co fat usgo thinking of my last pastime with my own
this fact, *e regret to .y that some few the night to the H-.
of the Roman policy ; and to the hcnct? swelled upon I loved Ellen.
\ r to consider that their character for I _
focta land.
:bO'Jr"Of our national existence! Rome furthermost limits! of the -

gentility, must necessarily correspond with held out o2rs of peace, and lamented our The procession lir eted long upon the PROSPECTUS

their progress in profanity-and ihej seizeCTetT I frantic despotism to be undone. But the I summit of the hill The thunders pealed: .I ;
opportunity eren in the ofladies
presence that I I decree was gone forth from a mightier; I and then rose at the command, diffusing or THE
and Clergymen to : j
prove they i I of the of hc n'en. SAVANNAH MERCURY. _
u rath" with much throne. Daring tftelatterdaysof the siege I waves light over expanse : %
tip out an as
can grace
I: which bat of The chorus heardstill magnificent and l
of hostility to a man U'UL! was
and nonchalattce, as any low blackleg in A DAILY MOa C G PAP!:Hr
grain of sand to the tempest that drives II I melancholy, when their splendor was diminished
the Rcpobhc 1 I'I'a Then Devoted to Commerce-Agriculture-Politics
and the star.
brightness a
on. overpowered T strength senses. I to
such that
can assure persons, theyare J Literature-and General
Fearful shapes and voices in the} air-visions I the tlmndor roared again ; the cloudy :tn> .
much deceived in their ideas of the estimate 1 Intelligence
which is formed of their character I startling{ us from our short and troubleO"ne I pile was scattered ; the wind-and darkness ,
inconsequence .
its hideous forms t1 of the settled To be edit xf and published in &c city of
of this exhibition of profanity. I I.Instead sleep-lunacy in r e omen grave upon !
t down liberal- sodden death in the midst of vigor-the Jerusalem.: Savannah, Gco.
being set ax gay ,
rni ndedtgtrdeclyouthtlx'yare viewed by fury of the elements let loose iipm our BY WM. BALDWIN HARRISON

of heads. We had every trrror and evil that/ I From tbe Kcligiou .Magazin'e.
all the truly respectable portion society,
presenting to the public the
minded coxcombs could bract human nature, but pestilence, MY SlS'FEIt IN : prospcc
as weak unprincipled of the Savannah
I Mercury, just regard
libertines,and regarded as the case may Ie, I the most probable of all, in the city crow- ;! One morning in my early life, I rcmem- for the feelings of those TC expect to

with pity or contempt.PAOFASE I ded with famishing,I he diseased and wounded I.cr to have been playing with! a young sister serve, as well "as a compliance! which time
is idle and the dead. Yet though the streets Las sanctioned Tenders it to give
rwEJianvc an habit, and not then three gars old. It was one nccesiary
1 the mm who indulges in it, ma' es himself I were covered with unbuned, th ugh every of 'hose bright mornings in spring, that a brief synopsis of the principles .fhich stall '
well and trench was teeming, though six us in our editorial duties-We are
ofr.ns andodious, to a numerous portionof brinajoyand life to the hcsri, and diffuse
without hundred iba is}.nd corpses lay flung over impressed with tbe belief, that in a government ;
community, adding one gladness and animation through all the
the : and I lay naked to the sun, es- like ours.thc preservation of the Lib. ,
i to his comfort or 1dr 1Otages. And in tbe ramparts, } tribe* of living creatures. Our feelings of tie
I cities People mainly depends on their ,
tilence for if it had
came not the
;present state of society m New England were in perfect harmony with the universal virtue, intelligence!! and patriotism, and the
would have been sc-iml l But
wo can'hardly conceive that any nun can bn enemy away. gladness of nature, liven now I seem to dissemination of sound political knowledge*

guilty of-this worse than useless habit, unless the abominib'c desolation, the Pagan hear thsmem} laugh of my little sister, as among them, and-bcieg actuated by a sin

t" be iJ an imbecile or a madman Such standard, wns to remain until the plough s'lO' followed me.through \vihdwgallcys cere desire to advance the cause of State

M however, is not the i asc ; anJ"e not un- had passed over lie ruins of Jernt11 CUI. L of the garden her checks suffused( withihe lights and Constitutional Liberty we sball
in On the' fatil 1 tiight.no man laid his head support the doctrines of the State RigLt.iParty .
encounter a stigc-coacli .
frequently or a .
I glow of health and animation and her ..1
individuals tolerable upon the pillow. Heaven and tarthrue of Georgia, as set forth in the Virginia
; steamboat, standingin'society waiving; hair floating in Ihe \vind. f ,
Resolutions '
in aud Kentucky of 1 1798-9S
conflict Meteors burned Ihe
over us-
who take
SIE'11J to pride in
pio- She was s n only sister, the solo companion and which were so triumphantly maintained .:
1 ground under our feet-the volcanoes '
relentless of tha offence it
fane language, of all my childish! sport We were l by the State of Georgia in 1825-C;, dnd'1 ;
blazed-the wind burst forth in irreetsiiblc
others. But if d
tnay gie to they were { heart and in
constantly together ; and-my young thereby jasMst perpetuating tie inestimable '
of the disgust which their wickedness bhsts,md swept the living a- d the .t
aware ; tr eat ont to hcr.-\Vi-iaaJl,, the aflect on, all I blessing we enjoy under cur prc.--
sad folly excites,in the minds of those dead in whirlwinds far into the desert We J the fondness cf .rhich childhood! is cnt form of government, and which are

who! good opinions they arc notwithslan- 'heard the bellowing of the distant Mediterranean Nothing afforded! me enjoyment eapable. in I guaranteed unto us,so long a? each depart- 1

din; anxious to retain, they would discard as ,if its waters were at our sides winch she did not meat of her is kept witLin its legitimate
r and swelled by the deluge. The lakes and participate ; no amusement of action We in 41
the flJe habit, never aflcrwards re- which sphere are favor of a
same it.. rivers roared and inundated tlic land. The r.as: sought, we could not share I strict coestnictioaoftheCunsiitution-end

'Tho Portland Advocate complains that fiery sword allot out ton fold! fire-showers together. opposed to all: systems TVhirjh Lave for there

in the! cabin! of one of the steam-boats, ina i of blood fell thunder pealed from every Thai morning we bad prolonged our play object tLc taxing of limo many for the benefit

1 I ; recent trip to tltatciiy, there was no littleprofane quarter of the heavens-lightning, in i immense till near the hoar of breakfast, with and r'- Commerce of the iety or. Drat domestic lay ing restrictions and upon ..
industry shall
sltrcts ol and oration mimslicd ardor, when at some slight provocation -
sweating,and expresses a hope that''the an-intensity a< rc=ist all encroachments by time FcdcralGo"ornmcDt
that turned tl IKuVknces into my impetnouS nature broke forth! ,
evil may soon meet a speedy correction, on the rights of time States and ;1
and that if necessary'there sbould, be put ,! day,withering. eye ar.d soul, burned from I and in my anger, I struck my little sister a the liberties the People. But Whilst we

{< ,' up in capitals over the cntrancd to the cabins the zenith to the ground, end marked Its Jjlow with my hand. She turned lo me thus express our preference for the principles '

4 moor eteam-baas"/ frack fajr;fbr sfcfs'of dame,and shattered lite with an appealing look, and the largo tears of tho State Rights Party df Georgia,

(&- NO PROFANE SWEARING IN summits of the hill.?. Defence was un- came into her eyes Her heart was leo full I we shall' support that party only so long as

TilE CABIN. thougJifi.r the immortal enemy had Wallow her to speak, and shame made mesilent. tbey adhere to those principles,-oormctto

1'i We hope that it will be unnecessary:<< passed from the mind. Our hearts quaked At that moment, the breakfast]1 being emphatically Principles, not meD,"
for fear but it summoned us and and our ambition to do and sustain right s
the directors of our steam-boats or stage- ; was to see the jowers of away, we returned: to the
coaches,to resort to this or similar expedi heaven shaken: All cast away the shield lioii c, without esclianging a word. The As general we design information making the Mercury a veb'icof

t 'ents. Let it "remembered that profane and spear,.and crouched before the desctn- excitement of play waso\"crJ ami a; she sat community, we shall at to all all times classes cndeavcr of tbe'

'awearing is a.Iaw Jlabit, a vulgar habit, a ding"J'Jdgme-ul. beside my mother at breakfast, I perceived to present to our patrons, regardless cf la

J i e ;UBcle3Shabitanda wicked habit. We were conscience smitten. Ourcrie? by occasional stolen glances at her, that boron expense the latest Commercial and
,s is lOf '_' __ of she was pale and sad. Atcar Political
\ \ ." remorse,anguish,and horror, were heard' l seemed rea Intelligence, both Foreign and

r?, J' From tb HfiillBun._ through the uproar!: of lie itorm. We bowled dy lo start in 'her cyr, which her little self Domestic ; with as great a variety of Litterarp 1

BRIEF ILLUSTRATIONS. to caverns ttJ hide u!. We plunged jws ession could l scarcely teprcss. It was and Miscellaneous matter, as our limits : ,:.'
K':i:aY r into only when ruoiiier if ; will permit Our columns will remain
sepulchres the fLe
.J.pH$, v..35. ,al t 19 escape wrath that my inquired was
consumed the living. 1 knew the cause- dl. that she drank I lcr coffee and endeavored open to the temperate: discussion of :any

.And%j If lIt", tetra trilling. IhWigAs.for ateason. larfjoicc- tbe unspeakably! ,cause;"end knew that the: to cat 1 was ashamed and grieved ; subject eluding connected all scnmllitT' with and ibcpublic good, ex-

last hour of crime was at band. A few and inwardly resolved embrace the firstopprJrtunity In personal spleen. -
% ins
*aA burning and a shining lamp* John will be productivQ uf spee
fugitives astonished to see one man am.mg when we tverealonee ,' to throw dily rendering beneficial
'! jrad come preaching tint the kingdom o f them Dot sink into the lowest feebleness of my anna around her neck end entreat herbreakfast advantages; of our State, elevating varied tie natural
commercial -
Ioct. i.I
at band and that
AJl' lab
was badf.appeared fear .
camp around me,and bcsoughf to furtiirencss. character'of our city, or rneliora-
and was in the midst of them-'-- lead them ting the moral
to of
some place safety, it such When xras ended J social and political condialorrpfampeople -
f *1 De people rejoiced to bear of him who were now to be found on earth.. 1 told retinal with her into her own my direct ,will meet with our ardent i.

i had long' licen foretold by prophets. They them openly that they were: to die in the in; mo in the iceantirac to sir room down, andliucoble, support. F(
that the time of \ to
Jjoped my
deliverance hallowed ground (the Temple. They I le>snn. I., seated jnysdfLy the window CONDITIONS,

from the Roman power: and their exaltationto followed ; and I led, thr.ugh streets encum-. .and raaovermy Ircson, but did not learn, The Savannah Mercury will be pablbbed "

y independence as a nation, bad appnach, bcredwiih every shape of human suOeriugsit thoughts were daily throughout lie year, on a super royal
Oi., Tliis was the grand ojtecterer before the foot of Mount perpetually rsheet I at Scen. Dollars ,
Moriahj but beyond rinj to the scene in the per annum, payable te.
thd garden. nd at tab! .
_Jewish people.: :Their_ political condi.UOD. that, we fnnnd advance imno9tMf. Fib a It was long before semiannually! in advance.
gene, inn u>eir religions situation, of clouds "hoscdarknes'- and my mother returned, The'ttercarp for the co jntry will be publIShed -
4 vwis the palpableevein n when the did,it was with an to
subject Uir : agitated; l meet the
deepest interest arrangement the mails
l Here was their mistake. this was their er-- the midnight in which we stood covered leak, and harried step, to lei 1 me that my three times a week at the office of the Sa:
: And -" by"the holy hilL .Impatient,and not lo bo poor Ellen \ ill. vannah
roe.a when they understood the I 'V1I"ery I asked eagerly i Mercury, and'fill be seat to all
datum of the kingdom of the Messiah spiritml -, -daunted by any thing that man could overcome I I might' go to her, but was not permitted, : partsf lk Union,or delivered ir the City,

when: they saw ar.d felt thn application of, I cheered my dbheariened band,and lest I should disturb her A physician was I I I at Four Dollars per annum, payable in ad-

hts doctrines in respect" totheitownpwanal attempted to lead the way up the ascents.; rolled,and every means used for her recdrery vance, or -Fire at the expiration of six
a.u 1 fad rrcvlr cnlerrd Urn'cloud months. It will contain cl the
preparation for the kingdom of the Ales wbru but to no jmrposcr The disease which Intelligence.
I Commercial
'slab was swept down by'a tint' tore the in her Political, Literary and Mis
gust was head
,platy: no longer rejoiced ia the light of rocks in constantly injcrcased in violence cellaneous, including
a shower! advertisements
flinty around pub
Jobn"ministry. lie had faithfully taught Now me. and site became delirious.; It was I lisped ia limo daily

them their sin and guilt, their destitution sign that came tho last and most wonderful! not until evening, that 1 was permitted to Advertisements paper.will be .
marked the conspicuously ia
of personal piety and the abat Jute net easily While I : fate of reacted Uriel.: I see her. She was a little recovered from : erted is both papers,at i.; cents
' out their 'Jay helpless, I hard theroarin"whirlCTJI.J the severity of her fourteen lines per square
to endless
and ,
"1 exposure punt bment pain, lay with 'lier 7il "Tuicnrsi insertion, and
and their desert of U, their only method of through the cloudy hill and ra- little Land resting ea the pillow, beneath thirty-seven and a half cents, for each suc
1i deliverance |Pot begin to revolve. A pale light liko her head. ceeding publication.
by a penitent and affectionate that of the howl longed ,to tell her the
4b and confiding return to the Messiah as : rising moon, quivered on the sorrow I kit for my unkindness to her in the AH communications by mail, must!; be

their spiritual Saviour ; but they relished eJgoof. the horizon, Qd then the clouds! !morning,and how much I had suffered for post paid. ,/

'pot these truths, interesting: and all iroportant forms ruse rapidly of shaping themselves into thA it during the day. But I was forbidden lo I .O>Editors" throughout this and tbe adjoining

as they were, and turned away from battlements and tower?. The speak to her, and was soon taken States, will cc.pfer a large by givi i
+ i Bound of out oflho I I the
attention to his voices was b.nJdIMn low a few insertions, which will be
and Durin
doctrines ,
In his tenons that I
fidelity ; night, and the '
indistinct fyj.
day ) reciprocated
he had offended the pal ; a prison be- i strangely sweet, Sidl) tho lowing, she continued to the first.opportunity:
lustre grow 0
worse. I jy
came the field of his.ministry ; and ..btna lower brightened, and the airy building rose saw her several tim ibut she

barbarous and wicked Sing ordered on lower, and battlement on battle insensible of ,was... always_.,__. I .
his mv .IIrcsen rn n.............A.. : > I
bead to.be severed from hu body, the aa- sine, in awe that held us mute 'ro kIt I she showed some signs-----of 1:1i "U' Trade of t&e Canals.-Daring the wed

tion seem to have felt no syinratby4ajy) e- and gazed: on' the more than mortal, arclii. and asked for me, but immediately.consciuusn e ending on the 31st Augribefollowing

preswd no sorrow. Hi* tluctple t 6IDaU tecture thai confinnM rising and spread into her former state. relapsed among other properly, paw Utica east on

and neglected band, "came and took ing, and glowing with a serener light, stil On the the erie canal, viz :31,423 brls. FL;:J ;
the and buried it Pli toll and silvery, yet to which the morning of the third day I 753 do. ashes 5 do
body' and tccxf o. fo | broadest: I at an early hour rose ; prori?ions ; SKKa
Jetas. These disciplta! had an interest in moonlight( was dim. At last U stood forth and repaired to the sick bushels of wheat ,....14,988 do coarse erain:

John, and they told 'he bleor Itbi arts ;
death torts who had a sHll greater IQICTW .the Eruct tf lfle--of the building raised by ,sbo drew mo to J her, and for 591 feet of JomLer j 33.543 do ; 3,6GQ.. I

'to Jesus, h.is Lord, vlos"'AfJ'HI. ttw.11 fce&t of men, and coneecfated by the spinettmo fast down was her silent" while the tears flowed 000 slave.

liauclf worthy to bcaf "e-glory. I face. I first learned that Amount cf toll
I clearances
my sweet sater on rwai
AheruaI.m (
dead s
sits tie as
mother and
and the my issued at Utica
crew aside i the curroin that for the same >utir .
concealed bet $25,19 59.Alb. Arp.

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