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 22, 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: UF00049046:00003

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i-3 pilot, a4 least six ic! from tho light laouso bone from their united skill and expcricntto : ', i
on tho Island of Key LVest. be able to give full satisfaction to all who .
'.. -,--- ---.- favor them with orders. "-
ice. 5. Boil further enacted, That aU may PUBLISH ING IN KEY WEST,
The introduction of in placo
lilTKD AND I'UHLl31unB.Y suits! .nd prosecutions provided for in this machinery
of the tedious and practice vf A PEn
Unhealthy N1WrA
act shall be had in tho Superior Court f ,
.'. ATRI INSN casting typo by hand, longa desideratum 1 b1 '
the aforesaid, or before the Judthereof To
County {
in Chambers.. the European and American Foundc's, wa, .

V '14 n .-Five Dollars per annum. Sec. C. Be it further enacted, That' iifollowing by American ingenuity; and a heavy expenditure KHY WEST ENQUIRER:
of time and on the part ufuur ,
money "
fees and rates of he allovod -
AuvEnTluo.IF.\TS inserted at the rate of pilotage
: senior first successfully uccomplisl -
tornch and pilot, first for pilotic partner rgllll: UNDCRSli NED;'bcgs Jene're.
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, for every ; cd. intensive: use of the machine cast letter -
Jthc firsl insertion, and Scvculv-Ftvc Cent and conducting a ship or vessel in or ou t, has fully tested and established its superiority A spectfully, to oflei prepositions .to this _

for onch subsequent continuance. ore: any part of the Florida I'ccf. Secont in particular, over that Utlt enlightened public, to publish a weeklynevppn

Y'.i' l.r..o r..... t .......n..;._, I", frond any part of the Raid llccf to the t10rl by the old process.every : |>cc under the uliovo title; II ball
of Key Westof to Indian Kej. or third)' The Letter Foundry business will hen bo prineipnlly devoted to Commercial In.lelligencearty {

the information of Mariners generally! through either of tbechannelskading'inthe before shall .
f fl'ar after he carried on by the patties controversy Lo .'t1J..
we have procured from the Collector tin port or harbor of Key West aforcsaii, named under the firm of\\'hitelIagar &c< f/rr/y excluded.
J schedule of the situation of tinijlit to wit. for every foot of water which slIch seri
x following Their specimen exhibits a complete The undersigned is fully aware of the
draw the of do
shore ship or 'cslelma\ sum two -
Houses along the Florida front Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Do.k .
difficulty of the task ho is about to under.
lars aid (or day for which such pile
his every
tia-der supcrinlcnce. and News f typo being in the most
take and in consideration of. his of
may bo detained or employed on hoard 811Ch want
('APR FLOUIDA TIGJl1'-Stntionary; vessel' the further of tirodol and soy Ie. has obtained the'polite offer of
ship or for the experience, .
_Situated on the South side of Key Bis White, Ilngar & Co are agents(
carne, about' 400 tards from the beach.Tc .- Jars. sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press assistance from "ricOtlstI C age and

!;: Light may he considered 70 feet abov\ Sec. 7f Bell further enacted, That e\'ery es, which they can furnish to their custom- qualifications raider them competent to

b, t'.o level of the sea. distant from the gulf. vessel bound cither to Indian Key or lo KfWest crs at the manufacturer's prices. Chase, the task. For Ius'OWII port, he' pledges

c j'.t-: rpKm about miles. Vcsschsdrawing Hicrltuay I except a licensed wrecking vessel, Cases, Composition .Sticks, Ink and ever himself, that, so frr an 'his 'health and .

u|>|>ivuch Within -212: miles of 'tic and rcfit ing to receive a pilot on board, article used in the Printing Business, hep strength willl'rmit-.hc public may rely<< 1

t' li htLat: .j..J < N-Long. 00 42 W. filial. ), spoken by said pilot six miles respectively for sale, and furnished on the shortest no upon| ,ilio! utmost regularity in the publicn- .t

lUH" SHIP I'L UIMA-Is situate from Indian Key aforesaid, dr tics Old type taken in exchange. for-ncw tion of the .
from the said Light House on the Island of at 0 cents pound. ,
fled, near the sir<< of tin per will
Carrsford's bo taken to obtain the
| on i.J.tuninLai. 73 IU; N.-LongtfO fW..It .. Key West, be neverthelessand' il is here) IV. B. Newspaper Proprietors who glvi i pains l:
: two iMstinc! tnad subject to'payfull' rates orpilutagl', as the above three insertions, will be (entitle earliest and moat correct Intelligence of
distinguished, us
is easily shown which can generally be though, such pilot had been 1 taken on board, to five Dollars such articles as they may Wrecks and Wrecked Property, and also

lihtsare nl the distance, of 12 miles. Its oh.to I Ijd but if not spoken more than three miles! resportnciv select from out specimen. reports of vessels passing near the 'Florida '

t I teen L ,warn vessels from the dangerous from thcabovcmcntioncd place*, New York;, I HJ3J. 11cef.. .

'rochs. and slioab near which it i is placed I I thou and) incase of such refusal as aforesaidshe ar:: :h'iTLE3IEN friendly to th41 t nder-
shall be liable to half pilotage, and PROSPECTUS. .
ad: KCY \\1':: LlGII'SV-Man.ls. on the pay Inking will plcasti receive subscriplinsandforward :

' -S.: Nest Point, of the Island of Key West, I I no 11I0 fl'. OF rut the names to the' Editor soon aspossible. '
: That
I See. C. Ro it further enacted, ne SAVANNAH MERCURY.A .
1-2 n.Long. CI 52 12V. '
,; '>.\ h in l.at133 fcu. shall! ho dt'tuandiihlo for piloting and.
.1 \ .. ; erected for the purpose ufguidingyes- conducting any vesselif same be spokes UA1LY MOKM1SQ PATKR, J. ATKINSON.

sets when entering the harbor S the direc- ot less distance than three miles from the Devoted to Commerce- Agriculture-Politics October li'1834.MIRROR '
'Lions for which arc as fullow! t Bring the Literature and General
light house aforesaid: or from Icy ,- '
.Alight:: to bear N. N.: W. nod the band Key provided, that this serlicn shall not beheld Intelligence
?.Light to !bear W. S. \\'. and you cross the to extend to any vessel going or coming To be edited and i>ulilihed in the City ojSatttnnah OF ,,i

,,1 Kccf in about fathoms water; run for Key through the northwest passage of the harbor Geo A IIUMOJROlia I'KRIODICAL.
si I West Light until within two miles, then the distanrcofhvo One of the Publications in the
; of Key West, when spoken at BYVM.. BALDWIN HARRISON. cheapest '
; steer N. W. until you ofcn Fleeming: Key ; miffs and a half from said light N presenting to the public the prospectus United States. i
_which is a Mangrove Island in the north I above named .t
of the
it. house. if the Savannah !Mercury a jut re TUB publication pep .
I xru f.artof the harbor add then run lor S'ro 0 H6 it further enacted That inthe gard for the feelings of those ro expect to will be commenced onThiirday *.*

The b t !h anchorage is iu the rpper part of event ofar y master of a vessel refusing serve, as Cell as a compliance which time ,3 1st inst. The publisher! very dell r-i

the !barTior. Height of the Light; House to pay any r pilot! for his services the atnounjoffocs has sanctioned ,renders it necessary to give o'is having all the namcuof subscriber .
i, .', i the level of the sea, t3lut: J ; U iucli !lI. I herein before provided, such pilot a brief synopsis! of tile principles which shall forwarded previous/ to that time, as'he will

Tight Stationary. I may, at hisdiscrction, sue out from the of. govern us in our editorial dilties-\Ve are ,positively issue the work, on that, day. 1
'.. :::P NP KUY LIGHT-Revolving onco 'ftreof the clerk of said court an attach impressed with the belief, that in a govern The number name. already received, Cl'
It'I. If in 6-1 sscc..t s. H i, the ,i>*ht light 0:1 ilcoast I eS moist, rclurua'jle'! immediatclv to tho said meat like! oursthe preservation of the Lib fully' justifies the issuing of the publication It
S.V bv'S. from J Key \\ est Light.; and first number will be forwarded to *.jj.jjinany
'10: j court, or lo the Jtidgethereefln Chambers, eriies of the 1'coplo inainly depends on their .the
f. l.at. 24 20 N-Long- 81 57 .W., situated ,aga-nst the vessel piloted spoken, which virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and the persons who hate not subscribed, ''1

diroctlf ori the Hccf. .The.. Light 70 feet Court or the said Judgo in Chambers, shall dissemination of sound political knowledge but who have signified their intention of '

allo c""f."ca' -- summarily and without jury, proceed to examine amon. them, and being actuated by a sincere doing so, it the work should meet their expectations.

,; TOiWUGAS LiGI1T-Stationary-on into tho facts and law of tho case desire to advance the cause of State .
one of Ue! Dry Tortugas Islands nearjhe and dccidcaccordingly to its merits but if nights and Constitutional Liberty, wo shall Tho price will be one dollar a year, payable
western extremity of the fleet, in Lat. 24 the saiJ vessel so assisted or spoken, shall support the doctrines of the State Hfgi u on the receipt of the first:' number

31 N .-Long fi3 10 W. not be within the jurisdiction of the court, Party or Georgia, as set forth in thb Virginia ;and where five responsible came are tent,
-- -- tho said court or Jude in Chamber: shah' a..d Kentucky Resolution or1f10 >9- tho he furnished rra.tie.-
AN AC P to provide for the appointment rules and may on the return of tho attachment, and which wet aeu triumphantly maintained Letters containing one name mint bq post

of Pilots! and to regulate Wcstaud the for or1'ilotnge proceed in like manner, I x-PAaTC, and din ly tIle Stale of -corgia in lU25-rO.'und '7 land paid.
at the port of Key cidc accordingly. thereby assist: in pcipctuating u&incstiinablc .> All tho circulation will be very extensive'

other purposes. Passed! Feb. 15,1034. blessings enjoy under our present thcTpubJtslier will print cover for'the Mirror
ec. 1. Bell enacted by the Governor JOHN WARUFN, form of government, and which are providing a sufficient advertising pat.
amt Lcgiffytivr '.ouncil, of the Territory of Council. "shall be bestowed. Advertisement t trill
Prcs. Legislative each
of guaranteed unto us, so 'long at departincut ronage
Florida, That from, and after the passage Approved Feb. 15, 1034. ; of her is kept within its legitimate \ be inserted 'spicubuily on the cover

this act, the Oovernor of the said Territory sphere of action. We are in favor gf a ttt the usual l rate Merchants,and other
bound he is hereby authorised, by and witlj TYPB FOUNDRY strict construction of tho Constitution-and who advertise by the '1ear.1rU1) be entitledto

the advice and content of said Council during .itAVrNG Purchased \1r.IUCtJ\! :LED opposed to al. systems which havq fur; their one square, renewable every.month,-fotGveUollar
Us annual !sessions,to appoint such number RONA.LDSON his long established and v
object the taxing of the many for the benefit ,, -Hl Jy,
of Pilots for the port and ha>bor of Key very cxtcnsivo Type Fpundry, the siibscri .of the l low, orof laving restrictions' upon Gentlemen w|td'"'If;regularly furnish oiginahLumorouiartfC

"West, and the adjacent coastin a northeastcrlj ers have formed a co-partnership for, thf 1'Commerce or domestic industry "and shall ; e. which shall be approved
direction from said city and tho 'ex n.rpose of continuing said business, and for'' resist all encroachments by the Federal by the editor, will have the publication

treine northern limits of the County' of Monroe the con'vcneiico of their friends and ratj j Government on the right of the States and I tent theuTwithout. char'ge.. -t

as he may deem necessary expedient pons,have removed their establishment, to a the; (libe'tiesof the People. But whilst we -'Addrew 'LYNDE, ELLIOTT,,
unJ advisable, provided the number ap of the As it is their ** ,HarUord Md.V .
nore central part city. thus express our prefcience: for the. ,principle ..palAir, County,,
wclve.J any one year shall not exceed ntcntion to keep on hand good assortment of the Jitata, Rights Party of Georgia, i -

( Ilr tho best typ, and to make such additions;' we shall lupport,tlat party only so long as, [ OTJci; By order ol tie Honorable'
S"r' 2. Boil furtberenactedtTLal such md improvements as the taste of the trade they adhere to those principles,-our mottoncing i t > James Webb, Judge of tho Southern 4
pilots so appointed!, before entering on. the md the wants of the country require .they'I emphatically Principles, not men;' J Indicia District of Florida notice fstere-

ilis iiarge'nf! their duties as such;shall each, latter themselves that this gstablishmenlill ind our ambitjon, ; do and: sustain right. ">given to Jurors Witnesses, part Jos tit1*
with one or merit share of patronage*:They i ant and all other. coaceriiedthat
Lccoinp buund in an obligation a large As we design making the Mercury a vehicle <<; persona
more good anJ safficicnt securities, to 'btuppcutt > ave now several fonts on hand, which ca"t j I ;jf general information to all classes o( tile ttle Superior Court fur this District which

: <,f '>J t.io board of wardens, urn he lurnUheJ at a few hours! notice, 'and ; ,.community, ,we'shall at all times endeavor II t by law set for.the"first Monday' of N or.
..talorityfthcmtortheport and harbor aforesaid prepared lo make fonts of all weights and} to present to our patrons regardless of labor 11134. is postponed until the Gnt'MondaybtIecember

nj thesirnof one thousand, ilo'Urs, has from Pearl to 2;; line Pica fnclttdin ; t or the 'latest Commercial andPolitical 1U34 at which tlmo'tbe'wiJIa'- ,

conditioned for tho faithful, diligent, and a great variety of ornamental Letter. expense Intelligence, both Foreign, and end.; THUS.. ('8"'JN'V. s. M. '
able performance of their dulies.which ond I'heir assortment of Cut and Dashes, rass.. domestic ; with a. great a variety of Lit. South. J Dp. of Florida.

when executed shall immediately' bo placed iulo.. and other ornaments. will be found to'I'e vary and Miscellaneous matter,as pur.iin* Bv JOS. A. rilOU nON. :D'f.fan'Jal'i .,

nn fil" in theoree of tie Clerk! of the Snpe very extensive, of which specimens will il. will permit.Our columns will remain ( [ OfBce, Key West, =,.. ,

riur Court ofsaid County, at thcproper Coat Le. forwarded to Printers as soon as they pen) to tho temperate diJ clllliQO'or 'anyubjecl .October ts, 183i",, to1 Jtr
of such pilot. can be prepared.Pnalng connected with the public good, ex -'"'' -SUB8CHIBER- in
II C reipectnilly *
enacted That ia { Presses of every description all scurrillity and personal spleen
Sec. 3. Bolt further eluding forms "his friend and the public that
of the most approved qualities .
Ink ,
Insobriety 'rinting In inc whatever will be productive of peo.
any event oftho unfaithfulness VI _A.. be is to do all kind of J S -DrRIN.
t"bniposing Sticks Galleys. Imposing varied natural n
of pilot he ball rendering,beneficial the
or criminal negligence of any respectable fHonf's, Cases, Paper aDd ,Press, Buardstanding'Pressev lily dvantage of our Stale: elevating the com TIN(). He hope by attention to business,
'' :1 tbe petition any twenty .
( merit
tvgethe'r.wittcomplete to a l1benll'atron.e-
citizens of said or of a majority of the olcrcial.ct.racter of our city or ,
city ATi I;(aoN.
med .
assortment of all articles condi- ,
to the j -a ting the moral, social sad political!
said board of warden so appointed ,
Governor to that cffcctbc removed from of. in a Printing Office will be kept Constantly' Hon of our people,will meet with. bur ardent Key West. NOT. I. ,

ficeanJ mar besides be proceeded againstby: on Small band. fonts, .uitaMe for Book-binders, and bumble support. W. A. Pitcher,' ) -
in'ordinary cases of misdo Vi' ,. AttlcbmenL
indictment as be bad when called CONDITIONS, > ,
jncauor.and on conviction fined in u Inn in great variety may "' : John' Harri., ..1r
t exceeding ono tt.om-md ,dollars to lie l (jr. The Savannih Mercury will be poblUbed IIR defendant sad all .concerned- will
bell Orders from all par ts of the Union wiHberomptly the ,on a 'iiper'royilbeet : suit Las
assessed by a jury and shall uiorcuvcr attended wily throughout .year ; taU notice, that the above :
tq.ml .
i',!is to a suit on behalf i.fanj, party agrif vcJ and matt carefully; (OP'all Ifontl .. at Seven; ; Dollar per anoulU.l'a1."I. commenced. by .attachment'In the superior *

on the boud su Uereiut/efore proviJcd, I angularly( in uJrI1ing"4i'RT(, Bin .r.,nf-aunuahly in advance. ('o llIrt for, the Boutheru D" rict oflorida.
htm. furnished bv their predecessor The Mercury for the co jotry will be pub- 'required to appear
and are
be cxocuttilbY I F.l they
to 'natdson and Kirbard UonalJaon. the mails ;
DY /: abed to meet the arrangement cf to:tbs declaration l.errn the next
Sec; 4, Be il fir'.t (;:rci-arJcJThat .ifwr.)' Il"et.on Stereotyping in all its branches,executed three times a week at the- office of tl>elHa'annab -; aDd plead rM court. A. CORPON,

,; except '-Ich as may l>**v Veu ap- L,14. J uh..sun, n* heretofore. ,' ; I Mercury, arid will, be, Mot') >}o. allartief : 1513m) 4VTm. Atty.forPl'd:
IIIiJ'cd as aforesaid,and Urn complied with 'j JOHNS' N & SMITH. i > the Union,or delivered" ii the City; joct. .,
allthoconditioni speciCed in the second tc- No. C George St. Pbiladrlpbia, 1833. .at Four' Dollar per annumpayable (n ad. leD" usgen' i ,

tion of this act,b.U charge any compen.a. I O 'PuhlishenofNewspapefswhoinjcrtis ,wee, or Fire at the xpjr, .\lipa or six VS. "' "< d" Attacbmeot.uraen .
Lion forserviccabe may perform as pilot, he advcrtiteroeut coal forward a paper nonth It.will contain all the Intelligence; H. Bate and tb. 'Fi

bill be aoeme4 guilty of high misdemeanor, ontainjug: it to J. k S will be entitled to Commercial, Political, 'Literary and Mis and master pf tbe, I '

aDd on coact" ion thereof ball be fined in 3, payable in settlement of their account :ellaneotii, including advertisement, pub. acbouaersyr1on.I11 _ill
not ($ Niis treble the amount ofwnpcosatiun "Lieu their bill amount to not less thin$10. j shedtothedailypsper. eCtOdaDtt and"1 interested.
a sum p\ J. &. *. I Lt. totiCe. that tie taboeuit has
T .ceiredby i I.Ini to beaues- I Advertisements willbe bopspir uotuly In*
: 0"-
ia die
ted braji'iry; i pruUedthat lM* ac| shill HAU I ICSrr.C1'FULLY I .sited in both paper,at ?5 cent per square be! Wmenced bf attackment of
K. WHITE &,WILLIAM s" for tIi ,8outJ.*m J/Utnct
3Qatbc teU to extend to the master or marI j I I> Printer ffourteen line, for the ,joerUm.; aodLliirtvfeveo 'pe Court uiml too
Inform I _acli .uc- FwfI and ,they sic Ureby .
licensed wrecking vessel, on and a halt cents1 fug ;
saerufamy tvrcckin of the United State, to whom .ppHr and 'PIH4 | thq ct.e"anUon at tlcejogq
lleefb"nlioar i such established :
lit Florida (IranI' 1 cccdioc publicationAll << .Of1DON.
vecl l.orou hoard pf any ves l wbyb lon, been individually known aa forwi.d cocBpuimcaUoB* b r atsi1. j'*'t., be 'i '. JI. (. f>t ..fOW"1.. 'At. ( 1')'
I Founder, that they Lave cow .. ,
vessel Better 'r ; >.t6tAn : J7t'f
Las been cast y t ay, unless io aid llu.ioeN, and sal;falL : : ':. t >! ; \
by a regular a co-jartoerUiip r-.T ,
*7 cast: away ba tnpoker ,1'0". 0" : "I .

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"" stored and wo completely surrounded (by ice ; but wo I
I' table fire in a good house well
J _1 he's home I guess-but
"t sir
I simplicity, + ,
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had the good not to strike it. i
q From the New'Brunswick Standard of. the roam don'i know where I be-I cant find blessed with a hearty and 'hospitable any
4 4th instant. out the way homo ever SI) long< ." 4< What I lord. The females, as w! the custom elite At length, after. encountering. All theso ;

I A Portal .Foundling. -Adverse. as we my child,have you strayed and aro lost. country were speedily afoot, and busy- pro. difficulties( thoStrailsof and many: other smaller ones, ;,\ \ I,
are to the practice of seizing on any little Come to that flower knoll with method (oa ring the required repast.: Wo fancy> vm we Magellan,96days
of JosiIxamin from Boston. It being the worst season of
the mrrtli lit countenance -
local incident and rendering it the subject has sent mcto preserve your life. Come can see I
\ biscuit and ah I will downright exultation, ash the year, we had very bad weather through
of embellished detail yet we occaajonly and J will give you Rome nice : ;;
" .' and issued his multifarious orders for the .Straits. On the first of May, while
hoar of'occurrences so touching and pathetic : a bit of meat. You are weak worn, everyviand
" in their nature.as to awaken sympathies but I wiil 'take care of )0l1." The poor: : the house could afford the weanedtravellers. lying in a snug barber guile;; n gale of

i and interest us in their narration. innocent's soul burst into a flood !of grateful We can also fancy that wp can wind, we Here attacked by the Terra del

; Of such a nafuro is that which we now: (tear, not attended with that .Iustenc affection see his features o'er clouded and ,his eye Fuego Indians, but we soon silenced therewith

prison to the,reader, which ale had !lately suffered. She trliatcniiisj; with genuine feelings as lie,related our cannonades :and muskets, for \\'ewcre
Mr.Charles Bearghan' left the northeast derived great relief from weeping, and pre- that the whole*country. side 'had been all prcpaied, having been informed by

n J part of this provinco'a 4 short time ago, anJ pared to follow her new benefactor, but the up and in search ofa child lost fn the woods, tho Captain of a scaling schooner, that they

,, '; took wliat! is called, Ijid upper road from excitement she /hid! just experienced, actingon that parties had gone in all directions but had tried to take tho Avon ; lie also informed

Fredericklon to St. Stephens,on his' way to her sensitive, delicate, nnd exhausted unhappily without success, and that ono of us that the Avon had lost both her cables -:

the United Sfata. On the,5th August he frame, had shaken every nerve and completely the people deeply distressed on the occa: and anchors, but was fortunate in getting ; -'

\ l' passed the thriving village at East'd lulls; prostrated her strength. She was sio was now in the 1Ioll?p. Our travel- an anchor out of a Baltimore schr. and #

on the Rushagonis: very early in tho morn. unable to walk, but the kind and generous ler i immediately: exclaimed t that Providence succeeded in getting through the Straits.I "
ing, and expected; to reach Trew'd Tavernat Bearghan' carried her to the bank of the had made him the happy instrument of recovering came out of the Straits with a fine breeze,

the Piskahagan by nlgnt.} Properly equipped liver, where he had left his little store, and that lost child who now sat before but it was not long before we met with our

for the woods, furnished with suitable judiciously regaled her with spare and gradual them, Everyone flew round the little girl, old companions: gales of wind and heavy

provisions, I his blanket, his axe stung behind portions food. examined and fondled her, and vented ex seas. While in iho Straits we had almost

A and his gun on his houlder, he trudged As soon as she was moderately refreshed, clamations of amazement and satisfaction.During continued rain and snow, and taking all
gaily along Until he arrived at the Shin her artiest answers to his inquiries informed this sudden bustlo a person fromtho together, our brig looks liko the picture oft

crock, jvhicli is'unbridgcd, and was at the him that her name was Lydia Harper ; adjoining chamber rushed wildly distress. She is not only stove to piece.1.,.,
time much swollen with lato -rains. A her parents live: near Ilari'd: Mills; she had among the company, snatched the hand of but tho paint is all washed off what there Ii

\Voodrnal,1'e1dorri hesitates at such, obstacles heen.scnt with dinner to her father, who little Lydia gazed on her for a moment i is left whole, and the sea has washed her

: lie'proceeded up to the bank of>the was making shingles a little way i in the then clasped' to his bosom. It was her trail boards: oil" her, head. This being lice

stream, and set about felling a tree across it, woods; but missed the track, got bewildered t f:,tlcr, first port where we could repair, I mad for

to serve as a temporary bridge; it vwung and wandered astray. When 1 knewI What a change was 'here! what,an overflowing it with all my might, and arrived 'here on
aside, ,in falling, and launching 'into the was lost," ske said," 0 I was very frightened of the finest feelings! which adorn the 24th. Tho brig now is in an advance

dl'Cpvatcr, it moved-away!!niijestically: --! screamed and ran about and duct humanity!! what a gratifying interchange state as regards her repairs. I shall *
down Upstream: ,' !>Oof :truveller' looked away father's dinner." If appears that she of thoso'pure affections which spring from as fast as possibleand the proceed

,and looked,'and wiat,hoi'what; ,,,to'do.' Ho walked the ,first night until she sank down sincerity and truth! But what torrgwe+can. .inyjcarao i is replaced, proceed on moment
my -
was not inclined to resume the. axe: ana nearly siupified with fatigue. The travel tell, what pen portray? the varied emotions agfeIfbxt opportunity you slull:: toyreceive
therefore.resolved to proceed up the stream, ler asked if she was not afraid when it grew which fleeted III rapid succession through; protests and. accounts. My

i I in hopes of finding I a' favorable place: for dark, as she \tas all alone: and lost in the! tho minds of that painfully happy group! and my Elijalr Dowe, have deserted me.carpenter Hoping

crossing.At length ho arrived at one ofthoso woods which she replied," J was a kind The half.frantic joy and gratitude of the soon to be able to forward ; all thee I

placid, l )looking pools which form deep of frightened all the time; but when I ladown' y parent--the wandering fits of delight of th particular, I remain humble you

stretcher! in.our rivers, and are generally!! I said my prayers that mamma learnt enfeebled little sufferer-tho conscious self! Signed) J your. L. LAMBERT.servant.
termed still.water'place. Hero he madea lion o satisfaction of the h'crcr-tha officious '

kind of'raft sufficient to bear up his I r, but sincere gratulations of the inmates NATURAL-

clothes and gun, and keep them dry, while! it is, I will lay me down in peace, and take must all he estimated by the susceptibility:- HISTORY.MR. .
ho swam over and drew I hem after him.- my rest; for it is 'thou, L rd, that makestme of the, reader. ACDUBOX letter, says the! Boston

He was soon,busily,engaged in rchabiling to dwell in safety; and into thy hand The beautiful train: of circumstanceswhich Daily from this gentleman, dated Lon-

his limbs, and refreshing' himself with a bit I commend) my spirit, my soul, and my Providence employed in this affecting don, states,that five subscribers for his great

s of biscuit, seated on the! flowery margin of body ; for thou hast redeemed me, O Lord, story, is worthy of serious work, have recently presented themselves
natural meadow, which extended along thou God of truth Amen." i if the traveller in that city, and one in Germany. One of
u banks of when his Mr. passed Hart's the former subscribers, Lord Kingsborougli
the a stream, car was, Bearghan next begin to consider l\Iillnvhcn-lho ,
S'artled noise thor i how the child people were stirring abroad; Ins subscribed for a second Tha!
by a whining resembling was to be brought along. He if Shin cfcek had been copy.
T sounds frequently uttered by young beam was sixteen, miles past her father's, and Us! i had fallen across if he bridged had had, the tree Grand Duke of Tuscany is also a subscriber -
lie instantly seized his gun, examined,,;:: busincss would not allow him to return; I Ia he when thought ; bear no gun at the instance: : of Marquis Charles

to'.iclihole! and rcprimcd,. tlrn clapping was about twelve ;mildfrom l .,:Trevy'a and no facts had happened a the was child by-if these, Torrigiana, of Florence, who visited 1 the
s { ball into the barrel, house between. The child wa's unable to t perished might have United States last year, and is well ti>,ent-
I' walk ho rigged:put'a bercd by of our citizens as intel
"with look intent; ; contrivance by means: many an
And eye and ear attentive bent. of his blanket, and carriedher forward on From the N. Y. -Courier and ligent and accomplished traveller It will
his back Tho! delightful consciousness of Enquirer. be remembered that the cost of Mr. Audubon'a -
he stole"' captiously towards the spot whencthe performing a good action ouoyed 1 his The following extract of n letter from, work, is of necessity. very large, and
'soundsIssued.: They were n6 longer up! Capt. Lambert of the
spirits and nerved his frame, and he beguiled ( brig May Dacre, to it is gratifying to learn that the subscription -
uttered, but he no wand then heard crackling the
a owners
gives a
the rigor of his laborious task the particular account of -to it is advancing in Europe. ..
noise, amongjhe underbush, and perceived by the disasters which befel the vessel ..
prattle of his little on ---
a twitching.motion of the,I wig ands foundling, whohad' become passage from Boston to Valparaiso: FromtleUniversalMagazineforJd .iAn
more ppriglrjly and free 177"
spray, but could not discover what caused
; them.. ConvinceoV "e...; :that',ho.t had 'I As ho journeyed along, inquired if she VALPARAISO, June5h: 1834. instance of female Heroism. The' '

some animal to encounter' ,'his mkf 'vvas'aj, seen any wild beasts in (ho, woods and she G.entlemen-Afler a long and, very un following tragical affair took place in New

his shoulder, and his i finger, on the.trigger: answered, "No.I did'nt; only once; twp fortunate passage of 125 days, I have, thro'* York on the 18th of last month :-Mr.
'. d'. ***** '
f He then !silently, reawnod, -"*'. MblackirfCSvt ro'cbming to mcy they were f JPel5fi1>ecn permitted to arrive' here H who paid his addresses to bliss:
; S ..., ln!: :i7ut, ,suit/i/ ; T***** for
'" whether or ,not he should ndo 1I iotMr.Utirpfe'ddogs; they stops, and one thegbgJFjfayDac: a considerable; time, suddenly
,, but experience ',cautioned thlnVagaltisl l 1 BO' stood up on its hind feet ; they did'nt bark very qp.BH ehatteredsaforinco; I last'!wm terewithdrew himself, nnd took sever'l indecent

I 1.4i) ,rash an action,for no d animal is more furious but runnrd away again" Our traveller ypn>!w'; o have been sore'' 'jo "pieces by liglltning ; (l& rtics with the lady's chaiacter. A

than'"_''rhtuk, ,- .awl s+.V1' ho mused, smiled at, tho child's simplicity while she ,the particulars of which are as follows }- third person, enemy to both parties, counterfeiting -

I I. .Jits eyes' became, saddfal/ililateil' his heart continued to say-H)sir.lasl night; O when : Ontho, 25th of March, while in I lat the gentleman's hanand sent
P throbbed 10\\11.. b.tralea himself' erect, 1 awoke in the midl1rof the night, O,how itude or betwixt the latitude 34 and 42, S. her an obscene and scurrious: letter. The

:JiJ and >> )1f} 'k1j1l.dfmfq 1 -f() I 'glad I was I thought 1 was close to home, and longitude between 51 and 52 W. wo injured and enraged fair, fully satisfied thatch

1!,; "J the grounds \V ((, JMM 1t al td., :; f or I heard chef cattle trampling about, 'm e. had a most gloomy stormy night, with mu her apostate lover was the author, sent for

.: t he gaze It.r Behold ttampnathep! aslil"icrL >> rtj r rI' J could'nt see.nothmg; none of them 1 had forked lightning. At G o'clock in the me cr- him ; and, on his coming,took him into tier. .

?' bushes-and. ,seen thrpugStl})" ipteraficca bells; and when 1 called Star and Bright, nine, tho lightning struck our main top dressing room, and locked the door, "1 have ".
>&'1 of their many-twinkling I<,mes,'gfuJowy.green ,:. they) : lay still O I was glad, and my heart gallant mast head, stove that into splinters sent for you, sir," said lliss", tohe ::' "
'i t -behold bo sees ft beautiful infantilef: | was beating and beating; I lay very still descended down the top-mast between t punish your insolence and cruelty The

... ; arm fitfully stretched out, and' litilo, taper' too; to listen, and so I 'just dropped liwoy eyes of the lower rigging and mast to the world,no doubt, will censure me, and call

, j fingers pluckipg the rich ripe crimson fruit.I asleep again. \V I1s'nt it a'' pity there were I deck, where it exploded with a most ti e- my conduct madness: you will be acquitted -

jj After be had_experienced the first flush all gone in the morning." l>ro\'idence mendous rcportit= ripped i up the deck ; I shall be condemned. Bj: > you, sir, ;
*of the emotions of the seems to have defended amidships, the partners and Jiave robbed
mingled surprise at you.in an especial comins of the wantonly mo of wy reputation -
t I extraordinary ''Sightof ,horror at the bare manner, my child, against hidden 'dangers mast, and went into the hold! where the and I hold life without it msupportiI -
t i ''idea.of' his.gun' and bra intended act-and and death," ,said the traveller.. ,electric fluid separated again, one. part flyf.1 >J ..l'i; Upon which she presented him with i

t, ), Displeasure in the expectation meeting'aociutyjn Having.carried his helpless' ing aft through the cabin door, stavipg1 en'the! :jetfer, and opening a drawer,took out n
j these deep and solemn' solitudes, day light was gone, his fatigue charge increa until ery thing in pieces in its course,but the' brace! of pistols, sect insisted on his taking
I. Our/travelldr;advanced, and behold a little fed by the difficulty, was on- other most fatal, pasfedtlrrOUah: ; tho psi g's one. ,In vain Mr, H*'**** protested his
.J \ \out 8e\ji\ :years old,sedulously engaged trackless" road in the walking dark an almost side, close to the water's ,edge,starting off innocence: he swore he was an tire stran
-nod irealt
..3 _in.pullhig_ and Citing of .the wild b ermoon did not rise till near ten o'clock. At of the the bends amidships, and a great qua nti ger'to the letter till that very nv/ncnt, and ;;.
icJ've ajreadiogt'ea :variety o'c length ,he 'arrived at deserted hut ty copper, leaving Iho brig on fire wished to discover the author. All this
log inside
at q that naturally'Yt rod veildaht;,pot. She) ;within'two miles of.Trew's'and; almost and filled with sulphur smoke._ was considered as hypocrisy, as cowardice
't.lppeared lQ be exliausted Who can attempt to describe the added to the blackest
! .in\t.resting child liei'I. he determined to make D appearance villany, and she persisted -
short of
. a
.la.Clotbcs: had a respectable took albeit i $therwere / stoppage to ,recruit. Hero he things on deck If I was to write forever in her resolution. Accordingly he
{ most wofully rent and worn; her fair ]leave the child, wrapped up in his blanket to there, coujd ,not give you any idea of it- accepted a pistol, and retired to the oppo' ,
' *jhah*nlsyod! in disordered ringlets over"her'I' whilst he should hurry on and send back, was a tolal.wreck over heao>the ship site corner: site fired and missed him, and ;:
'I' 1bbeek, which was begrimed and pale, and "i irmnedUte; "relief.i He struck, ; on below; and said to t>9'.sfnkmgjJfC\T- he,discharged his pistol through the ceiling.
tier son blue were red with light! jar, ever, we did nol despair but Il
eyes weepin.r took of some refreshments' with her used every again protested his innocence. Hold
be burst out in wild historic but exertion,and soon succeeded sir said '
: wailingwhicbAl"n't found! great difficulty in her'tosent jn extinguish she, and immediately produced
S,- auddenly Into convulsive' sobs getting conrag the fire,before it had done another)
k to remain behind. After 'he had much dam brace, and, as before, insisted
; rThe! traveller was lost in pre- age. But had it taken his upon
utter amazrt the ten barrels taking It
a pared a,pretty comfortable bed for her and of one. was in vain to refuse,
,;neat and hemmed aloud,to attract the chit c19 placed hef snugly in it he alcohol, which it went within three inches and once more they retreated, she fired and

....'.a tcution. Alarmed, i in'her turn, at his ap. I watch until she should,fall asleep eat down The to of wo should all, have been launched into j shot him through the elbow, and he again

'.t':pearanco, half habited as he was, she screamed .moon' had just risen, and before he eternity before we had time to make our discharged his pistol in the ceiling. "Now
,.( .1 fled a few atei l8-feU and covered her ho gently- approached the child peace with God or man: A great quantity sir, you are at liberty to retire I have re
face to find if'ahe of ;
with waterwent
hands. lie Into-the
J her was quickly by were, perfectly comp se.l j to held the ( ho'd before we could! deemed my character: only in part ;, I seri ;
aide get the
used the rent
most soothing e xlight stopped, for we 'had advise i
her, she opened her bluo hold to stop the' ously you never to injure )the -
c' .prefflioiw to gain her confidence yes outside! as well reputation
calm full as we could of
upon Mm,4erted ,just to a for too
herhead and sobbed keep woman; joss of it must, ;
her fears her from
.), ". She had f.Ueunoro-rror 1 bod'weakness dy' ex-wo, 1'1 exclaimed the traveller, ."by ali sinking. -in so doing which, we if sho have any sense of sliamej, be follow .
f :" : than from fear, ,atiqugh| | she had hat'. sacred, I swear I will not stove our surf boot, but you may depend, cd with the loss of life. Upon which she

., ? ,been greailf alarmed! at the unexpected ap.. behinds He forthwith slung hisaxelnd wo were not idle during tho whole i.f i]111 retired and shot herself I
.I'W. pearance of the stringer. At length shq l hij gun resumed his former day till we cloved the wreck, and secured .\
ventured to look equipment the -
up, and with sweet but ra-MlmleLydia:, from main-mast so that we could -
languid smile,said slowly-and faintly O and' carried bet safe to rite\ lonely coo :,h, whoje maiu-ol>Sail, in a Jight wind. carry After a A fair offer.-Grain /every descrip

) "; : .now-lam sure .you won't ImU. fcyvLo I home of entertainment Although for getting veer the disaster: in a measure tion, from; pumpkins to mustard seed, (basswood
i am sure you gill noj kaltTi n it was we scratching and
very Kili along hams and
quite later Cast. Josiah as well clay candles
Treir as we always -
was excepted
rout God forbid! WM thq fulfEarted easily (for we could
re- aroused to admit the toil worn traveller Ind"Ili with make but very |poor headway ,) will) be recci.iS :market prices, in
ply "OhmYerItired-r" been vet r little rornpinlon: who atone side; ,a crippled} tnain payment for anydebtsue this establishment -
L hungry but I got plenty !* krri : bin now stood be lets the er -tnast.a'nd
very cops/
$ r.Jihwo at tbetfcboldj lor something tlragg.n.j through the water, like except Cot If ui money or MARE> hire.Lit. ;
-I only tat tbe good (*ea; I Uw that f'J was old dragging a Cat.by the tail f
.. ? ? wore ewmly that abe if I be al- Adv.
take them have the should owed the may r.
spiden on e'nipnet walk than be expression: '
carried into the Louse. ,) ue fell iq
er bid me not to." K Where is your t tooth had ohm tiN a handkerdiefuridet 110 !tits first of April, another \ ith'on -

er, my dear jUIdt" eagerly inquired tltraveller ,e lQ tb4 fuhioQ of bead dress her thiu. impediment islands of ice,very which dangerous Every Driver of a Hack at New Orleans

,, ; ate. be was answered with twat. They were IIQOft =before a coma, ) time not get the clear of for six days, part we 1)f did the is suoject to a fine r. exceeding: $30, for j

'.. wind blowing a violent improper language or behaviour to a nassenger.
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But we dont exactly know the nature tithe Ciuardinn of the person of his Imperial Majesty in the act of biting at his leg. The man

crittur-whether lie has to Lo In" or cajo and tho Princesses, as well as of the kicked and cried "get out" most lustily in

,4 x led nutIbis properly belonmng) to the Imperial family. tho same moment, in doing which he sat
into measures. If \\e mistake The election fell the of Ylan.
upon Marquis down his glass and looked round for tho
; p monster of the deep iq several miles longer hahein, :a distinguished nobleman, devoted dog. But no dog was to be seen,.and this

this year: than on any previous oc clsion.--* to Don Pedro. excited his surprise in an especial manner.

Such IS ho i is, however, we recommend to An amnesty had been granted by the I Ho*ever,ho shortly concluded to*go ahead'
-- -- ., Senate to all tho individuals that had been and take his dram; but in tho act of a second -
THS ENQU1'R.HH \. the editorial fraternity not to pounce upon implicated in the disturbances which took ) time )tipping it to his lips, "bow wow

him Coo ravishingly, lest ho should ho cool place in the Province of" l1ina.in March wow" barked the dog louder than before ;

up before the tithe arrives for Iris excellency of last year. : I and snarled as if m earnest. The man:
WEST to go into winter quarters.* The struggle 'between the'two -brothers jump kicked<< and hallowed get
in Portugal, Don Pedro and Don Miguel, out" pv'utantly, alarmed" Ho then locked
| >D.\Y. OCTOBER 22, I&3I.' seems greatly to engross the attention of about for the dog, but as none was 'to boseen

I of the Mail IJy the politeness: of C-ipt.: ( Fitch, who the Brazilians Tho last British Packet he set down his glass declaring ho
n leaving
c.rr uonsiuencQ c mo passenger in the Sloop Hero, wo havo that had arrived at Rio Janeiro,on the 17th would not drink under such circumstances .

on the 15th, wo issued our first number on Now York piper* as lato as ho 10th inst. August, brought tho news of the last advantages and walked out. Mr. uu.n, ought to bo '

{hat day, for the fut'ire our 'paper will bo Wo have: extracted! tho most important. items obtained/ by tho Queen's troops| allowed a pension by tho Temperance. So-

,iblished on Satin diy's. of news from them, amongst which ho over those of Dim Miguel, as likewise the ciety.i -=..,'lian'
embarkation of tho rallcr. This intelli '
following is takc.l 'iom the New York Courier the P.... -
to LIST.i'OR'r
proved highly satisfactory .
CLI ATE.Until within few gcnco
a days past, .6.1'1.ltINI1 S
and of the 10th
Euquiier! : droites, who entertain'sanguine expectation -
t'ulirciilicits Thermometer has from _
ranged Cnr.w OF THE BRIG PAUTUI.VJI- Tho of tho return of their Emperor to L
in the sjiado the OF KEY WEST.ENTERED. .
75 to degrrcs during hard Brazil.
case of these men is a most peculiarly
Slimmer. On the Oh! )vnst.aflera sncces- .
that should enlist nct
one-a case .o sjlmpa'hy
giun of several day's cloudy rainy weather, from one end of tho country to iho POI TnY. Oct. 15,- Schr. Tamaulipnp, Davis, N.
fell in tho York, sundries to master. ,
ho Thermometer suddenly to 63
other, and would do so if it were half as ON TUB DEATH' LAFAYETTE. 14 16, Sloop Atlantic, Pratt, N y.,
sh\fi': and! hay! conlin-icd,cool since, ac- fashionable philanthropy! to commiserate' sundries to master. .

companied with a strong northerly wind. and relieve tho su hings of bur own citi DIRGE-ii VNDEL. 21, Schr. Blacksmith, Roberts,

:.1'lIe cffrct of this change upon the health zens, as it is to urnplo! ) agents *>o look up Weep, C I1mbiJ"ccpThy! friend has Reef,t ball as'. .

|cf our island: (which was previously very opportunities fur tho bestowmtnt of charities fallen! c 4 /' Sloop Hero, EldridgcN,York,

[got( ) wish the exception of a few cases in foreign countries. These poor fel '&'rIo) I friend of freedom, and of Man, sundries to master CLEARED. : '
.t .
uf bi'i';, ','! colvlhas been quite salutary tokk Ho that was groat among the nations
abandoned their officers Oct. 15
lows being by on ,. chrJ'amnnlipas, Davis St.
t> stringer! n tiding'nmong t us. It is the coast of Afiic', while on a whaling, Mingles with the dead. Marks. .* \ .Jf* % /. ,' ?:**./

> cry r.iu1, even in the 'nidst of winter, that succeeded after hazard and His body is.buried in |peace: u H; Sloop Allhti :, >rat ,'.Wob51e.

[the' 'rlH: "tlIIHnutcr fall m'scli! lower. voyage, great But his name livcth forevermore 17, Brig FavoriteHmithHavana.;
difficulty; in carrying I heir vessel into Per- 18, Sloop Liberty, Jose Sjlva,

natnbncn, where the American consul, with REQUIEM.Wotdd Havana. ,
(:;/' Oar racers aio informed that a a sagacious benevolence, more apparent, : by Grenville Mellen. Music by u Schr. Whale Packer, Nassau.
mootingof llic: LAFAVTTC Film Co'rr.t Lowell Mnson.
piol ably, fo himself than it is to us, seized REPORTED VESSELS
MT will bu held this evenmg-.it their (engine I. Schr. Rodgers, 7 days front New York
them. as pirate, and sent them home in
house, to obtain! members, amI'for the laudable Breathe mournful music round!. bound to Apalachicola, passed through theN

purpose of organizing the same and chains. Upon their examinational New In wreatheyour Melancholy lyres, W. channel on the morning of the 18th
haven not only their entire innocence but .
adopt IIg! such measures as may render the And as them, yield the quiveringwires instSchr. .
jo sweep
their highly mctitoiious services in .saving .. Washington, 7 days from New
most eificiont service in case wo should un '
the vessel and York, bound to St. Marks.
fortunately! \be visited by fire. It is hoped were fully.establisned, they To sorrow's gushmg sound! -
\\ern of course discharged But under List of Letter
every nllebodied citizen will readily '.
join the company, in order that the dosirabit1 what circumstances(: were they discharged, ? II. REMAINING in the Po t Office at Kof

Vhytioly, they Mete discharged, at a distance Shadow your browsand weep! : first day of October 18.
: ol'j\ets of its institution be obtained
may if taken
: not. within t'uree
(firm ihcii homr without A nnt iou's voice peals from booming sea*,, out
t clothing, mosses .
\ .
and that the use of the E 11511.0 (purcliaB''il will be tent to tho General Poll Office
L thc and without tho means of procuring that, Gri j':) far,..fqijif! rcquJetn, o'er the Great a,lead letten.U. f
I l hy o-ir citizens, which, by hyo, \\eunderhand
or even a rn allr l'ictulls.rJ ey havo lost and Free. : '"* < .-Octbel,'James, Binlmel II. C. "
is a very good one, may answer .Laid' his**marble* f '* C-Clark,George, County Court,'Judge* ;
their voyage, sufibicd every privation: in Sleep M-Mctcaoo J. P. .
the j i' "'f[ "sc3: for which it nasdreigncd. Tntty, McDonald t
U the their exertion to save the properly' of others UI.t' .: McKinne., ADD Martin, 1\. W
I m
P I:jjiuu-n) CHI Etujiuo lto N Neill' Frederick. .
Where Tutu calls then you trill find us," -havo bteu; arrested in a foreign country Hu'rf passed within the veil ; P-PrirU, Ezekiel t

for an ignominious crime-sent homo in look lament R-Roberts, Joseph .
Ii is hoed that the company will.promptly And over him, in and long ,
8-Stone, L. M.TTillinghart >
and after finther incarceration
attend to us injunctionsVc wi3lr than felrnr'schainQ, A '\ world's wo breaks upon the firmament, D- P. 2

: on shore, finally found fnnnrcni and In futo'vell and in wail
their useful A'
success in .un rrtakng. PATTERSON, P M.
_.___._t ".1_ :...1__." _-_
;:1 A.. (.. c...... '" '... seiii, n drift III I: IilHu : nmccn,.u: :rucl IV. .. Persons calling. for letters win please tarwbottier
and in Heaven ,jh t)r1beSf tbe* .|aadv&tised.ztn223r .
the case, .a,= : trust a
THE SxnrE\'r-We extract '
Wo hear tread ]
an empire's ; .
will be In some 8ma t l'I .
seamen }
fullowing notice of his rmnstcrship from ; A land mid shade of' b plqmePours
Ij'JIcIr acrific t. Gr. gpdpf \ OTICEThe Lafayette Fire Compa-
mnn e :
the Mobile Advertiser, in which a wish is '" '" ad' from one rnighi1-f rettkt abovtttsttt J, / ," oy.ylt parad.'on Saturday neat.Oct.

expressed: that this great Levialhas&, iigljt. of tjiejBostrtn Cquner l. tcceir' 8ci tomb ,Jpt"; :' \ .16ili'U 9frl.4. o'clock P. M. By order, ,
onymous' letter cnclqst i$. 1TTfy'i' ;liars.:for [oUH] .i.J9S. AsTUOURONSeo'y'Its
,, "
visit the shores of Alabama ,The 'good Its tribute to the dead t. :
them 'and wo hopo so<< ctHmt'ne Qrnplowillbe
; of of West ;ttheSupttio '.Co a
people our goodly city: Key V. + 'E .tMern.Ju-

be: leave to cypress a,faint lire that in his Imitated, :Tbtitcc'ling-w'tich.|' dictated One pulse echoing there!- :diiia; q"! !.;;dJ '
th's bencacton( ;= p< s' tuts'bestomcr more Richard fobsrtsi .
sweep from the Atlantic through, the\ Gulf, voiced and the -
The far clarion trump are '--Va. wi! Its!
tlsand'dollars !
honor than fifty, given 'as J. '
lie to the Flor. .
deign approach so near itea
may '
still &mgm Mmiralty.:
is but too frequently given in..this ,;. :zlt-- c.Ia .
id:i Reef, as to bless their longing eyes with money And man' crush'd spirit to the changelcss.!' PW i. ">>.t.,:; )
A IL person interested in the above
a slight glimpse of his Pinkish Majesty.: country._ caseaJ
will *. are hereby; notified that all the residue
But as it apH| ,>ara that since thA eastern Bows in rebuke and prayer! .) ,4 >,*f,'that ntMMfr for which the.above Cotton
OnEION'. was sohLVy the Marshal of this District,
folks were first as'onished vilh a sight of .
From the N. V, four &;Enq.' VI. ,after:the payment of the salvage and expenses
him, ho l Ins grown to such a bulk,that there Gather about his pall I in said cause, has'been paid ioto the Re*
night bo;sumo danger of his getting n@hore BHAZH;-By )ho) ship Louisiana. Capl.MarsJcn And let the ii ctcd of gistry'of tho 'Court, where it will remain
,-we have received a file! of Brazil" memory years I. i for nine months,unless sooner claimed by
en ili. rucks and shoals of the IttSj fcIfI'irh i ian papers up to the 22iJ of August. ;Selling That he made glorious,call back your tears' ., the person or persona entitled to tbe same, !

!' sho! 'thl IKS .tho case: AlaG jpajr! aside some disturbances. ) (3 lqned.' by* Or 'light thctn'as they fill. : ; .or' his or their legally authorized agent.A. .

What: consternation amongst Ihe'Wreckersifdnc theIndians in.the lowp of Piedra Brnca, .. HYMN.Words : A. DAY C'llr.By : .
.II. K, D. C.
; .. .civil l hv them! And iflinutunalrly( ) the whole'empire wag.cpjoving jhc inestimable by Isaac McLellan, Jr. Music by WEWCOMB ,
.of urni ; [oil tm9m] .. ... :
blessing peace tranqudity., Webb "' ... ; .1
G.J. '
without the funds ,
captured, necessary .. .
;J'ho publication of tho law rdntmgtqrf' ; .. '
; ., Y'
Wm. II, Shaw, .' #
pay salvage-ha would) havo to be brokenup rns in the Constitution' ,deciccd /by, thefJInu his'I. I. vi- t. fn Attachment.John .

a9 many other monsters of the mighty p Deputies and sanctioned by .the His race is run, balile'noV, Ilarrif. ,

have been don ". Tims : Itf'1gency .) Ho leads the nrmtea forth no more, defendant, aDd all IntorMtcd, wilt
deep ( deprjvin"yiir_ name '\f"the rm ragen I cdrottookthe, '1 ho booming gun, the tolling'bell, THE notice. <.tl .., .tbe above suit-has
neighbors of ALL=tmt, of the! deliguttiil! ) place on the 2 1st, on which oVcasion there Have paid to him the'hut! farewell! been commeoced by attachment (io the 'Superior *
of him be fo their Court for the Southern District of
feast a sight might eye, tv ro: geal rejoicings to the city of Rio II. "
Florida and
Utey: are required to
and the whole western and southwesternhemipVrcs Janeiro... .-,,- *. ".\". *s*. .. lie vanished like the glorious sun and plead to the declaration' at the appear next
lose the exquisite gratification Th"J.1-nislafrl eco11iaued; jt( .sessloris '; When his appointed course is run ; term of laid court, A. GORDON,

of viewing this might wonder of the f briny T r'tr.mquiUy' scu fing.J"J! ad minis.tra Yet long a brilliant: track ot &light [oct. 15.13m: ] Atty. for Pl'ff.
'. 'ivc mp.3Jlircs'or-mere local interest. Marks where he melted from the sight. .
ocean. UJIJSft'Ir tha Oliver O'Hara, I
In lhe I Representatives, 111.
In Atta brneDt.
t The Sea Serpent.-Why dont the type committee of finances !presented a reporton His name, as passing years shall roll, .. John J Marisa >i

found rs mould us a convenient cut for tho trtj'irtous consequences'which resultcJ Shall brighter shine on gloric's scroll; THE defendant, and Interested, will

this redoubtable: summer visitant,-something from the circul.it on of spurious copper Old age shall love to tell<< his fame, notice, that the above suit has
S 'money, and from to Lvgo amount'both of, And j outjt' ,+vith rcrerence speak'his nauiO| been 'commenced by attachment-la the Superior
about tho size of utir little trumpet- debased: and count, tt.iJS yl l4 and .'aucr' ., Court for the Poutbero District of

blowing Postscript, a Bole larger than a com that had found iu gray into UI Cnipire. IV.r < Florida, and they are required to appear

piece: of chalk" und not so long as a root Tao: tuiiMiiiicu nt'.tr"drawing "a linking That namo,'shall like a beacon star, and term plead said to court,be declaration' at the nest

of pin' i r \ It would hrfpn paragraph out picture of the evils which Ibis spurious From the dim past, cast light afar; ,[oct.of IS 13m] A. GORDON Atty.tarP1'B,
ha.t entailed the And o'er the future's rolling tide .
country ,
i money upon pro.
: at!her. th I
am1zuo';.y the \varnj it Uy bye, I ,
lJJJ-d thaI all copper as well as gold and The star of Lafayette shall guide. ivi
midis Joseph Wheeler, :.
the veritableSM Serpent, hw his ap.
silver coins,debased or counterfeit, should, INn > In Attachment.
pcaranco this season, if not in theLrine of be withdrawn: from circulation in the short Temperance Meeuvre.-rTbe Poughti j John Harris ,. )

tho ocean, at I least "m' the} Newjpijwr col. term of thirty days; and that the holders keepsie Telegraph relate that a.f"w eve [TilE t defendantand! all interested, will

umns d'Hvn.c.ast: ,Uow l long vtill it l he (we of topper: nd debased coins should 'be remunerated ninA since a person who u fond of a dram, notice, that the above suit has
fur their loss out of be National stepped Up to the tar of a public house, been commenced by attachment fa tile Superior
have' ar itching to Pnow) before his snake- Court for the Southern District of
of and
Treasury In order to carry into execution 'nand called far n glass brandy water.
:ship will worm 1m waysuound the Florida this measure, the! committee point out There were two orlhre: persona in the room and FlorldaJ-Icd.ttiey Wad( to tbe are declaration required at to the.appear neat

Reefs, and exhibit his scalcf: ; yet mystic to the Legislature various bianchc of public at the lime, one of whom Air.. Button, a teM! of said court. A. GO. DON,

fold: in tho sinuous waters of tlw ;MexicinOulff revenue which might be appropriated to vrclriloquUt high reputation, vras engaged ,[oct. 16 lam: ] Atty. for Pl'g
the remuneration recommended) This important in reading newpaperat.the table.-** .rt '
Was 'here a po ...h'lity coaxing SSEPH A. TIIOURON, Aycrioxna,
carried The took the with evidfAimirk
nearly unanimously
measure was man> up glass '
him around we woulj glaJly send oar pI. i in the House of Deputies of Amfcction, and was i Ii ifeo act a|" [al.JtJ .J Kef. 'V..t, .,

'Jtngue down! the! bay to render all thcassiaincc 'rho Senate and Hf preterit atirea reet to putting it to hi.lip, wln-bow wow we',. HAMU V V Sl'lf.LL, ATTeat is

in oar power in Ue way of pilotage. g'ill>er orx the 16th of August, to
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_._ 'I .-.. wandering: abroad unsatisfied Why Ho can do all the good the other can do, at tho same timolhat. his! father was
-- ever
A 8U( l'UU. U it that lie rainbow and limo cloud come though, perhaps, sometimes in a differentway' murdered by Ibcm A negro man belong
nnd he do len thousand goods ing to Air Martin, who was captured at the
of earth can
that is not ,
Trio editor the Illinois with
of : Champion says, over us a beauty
time has t been restored:
'the do. And same ,
we,have often (before,seen the following and then pass off( and leave us to muse upon that: other cannot possibly .

t skr.tch-and have: generally seen the Utter their, faded! loveliness Why is if, that therefore both himself and his state are to" The Sailor.-TJicic- is, in the perilouslife
than the other.
portion of it published! as a Beautiful Llttrac.1' thd stars, which hold their festivals around be preferred infinitely more of sailor in
fi and 'attributed to tho lain of tllou1w .thd midnight throne, nre set so far above In the above paragraph, the advantages a from his absence an Icpendenco from the which
i limited of faculties forever of the married, orcr tbo unmarried stale, springs land.-
novelist.! r. This isV1JnR t althoughquite' tho grasp our -
The passions of rncn aro.Iefl upon (the shore.
my well the of the 'mairicd
to of his with their unapproachable glory as as superiority
equal production+ -yet Jo mocking us
i this ho has no claim-it was written .' "- And finally, why is it, that bright man, to him hat is unmarried, are clearly Between the world quilled npd the world
set forth. And the light and perspicuitywith sought for, there i is neither lonor country
fYb>:ofOC L. PBEJfTICB. of human: beauty are presented to our
I have) soon the infant sinking down, like view, and then taken from us, leaving the which the' subject is handled by the t but on the clclllcnt'llih bears us. No
affections flow distinguished i individuals to whom we have more duties to fulfil ,no more visits to make,
t a stricken flower, td the grave-the strong thousand streams of our to ,
mart breaching out 'his soul upon the field back in a cold and death-like torrent upon referred, will inform our fair readers in no more journals, no politics. Even the
des what esteem have been held by- language of a sailor is not tho ordinary: lan '
of battle-thcMn'scrablo convict standing our hearts Wo are born for a higher high they
upon'the' scaffold], vrith a deep curse quivering tiny than that of earth. There is a realm the great and the good. guage. It language such as the ocean
on his: lips-I have viewed Death in all I where the rainbow never fades-where the and the heavens, the calm and UK tempests
y his toFmaTbf darkness and vengeance with stars will spread out before us like the A statement last ared in several of sj ('alOne inhabits a universe on tIle waters J,

e a teArlew eye--but 1 never ,could look ont islands that slumber on the ocean: -and the newspapers that lInJ ')"':s Comet like- among creatures whoseclothingwhose!

woman! young and lovely woman, fading where the beautiful beings that here pass ly to make its'apjiearancc towards time close tastes,whose manners and aspects, resemblenot

;;, 4j away from tho earth in beautiful and uncomplaining before us like visions, will stay in our presence of the present year, and several persons have the people of tho earth ; they have

I, melancholy, without feeling forever. Bright creature of my dreams, been speculating its probablo cflccls, as the roughness ot tho tea wolf, and tho
w1 the very fountains of,life; turned to tears in what realm shall I see thee again. Even it will approach,according to one authority lightness of the bird. Their fronts arc

_and, dust. Death Ms always terrible-but now thy lost image is sometimes with me. so near to the earth's orbit, as to )ho only I marked by nono of the cares of society.- !.'
when a form of angel beauty is passing off In the mysterious silence midnight, when three million nnd a half of miles What The wrinkles which traverse them, resemble

to (hesitant land, of the jleepers; the heart the streams are, glowing in tho light of the will then become of our river The ocean the foldings of a diminutive sail, and .-

feels, that somethtng lovely is ceasing from many stars, that image comes floating upon I. itself may be as dry as a biscuit Now is tbeyarelcfS chisselcd! by age, than by the
existence,and broods, with a sense of utter I the beam, that lingers around my pillow,, .the time for people to predict that the world wind and the waves. The skin of these I

desolation, over the lonely thoughts, that and stands before ino in its: pale, dim loveliness 'is coining an 'nd, for who can live when : creatures, impregnated by salt, is red and

come tip like\ spectres! from the grave, tp till its own quiet spirit sinks, like a a comet is only three million and a half of ridged, like the surface of the rock beaten f
r haunt our midnight musings. spell from heaven, upon my thoughts, and miles off ? However, laying aside banters, by the billows.-Blacfacootl. '
Two years ago,'I Mopk up my residencefor the giicf of years is turned to dreams of let us take a cursory glance at the history

a'fow. veekstit a country! village ,in the blessedness and peace. of comets. A little before the assassination POETRY.
eastern part of New England Soon after + of Julius Caesar, a comet of unusual -

my'arrival), I became acquainted, wilh'a HYMENEAL. brilliancy appeared in the firmament, and MAN'S LOVE.
lovely girl,apparentlyaboutseventeen t years No institution that exists is more to'be which, after that event :had taken place, was
of, nge.' She had lost the idol of her pure prized, and none is more productive of happiness supposed to have predicted it Another When voman's eye grows dull,

heart' purest Juve,and the shadows of deep and pleasure, than! marriage. It was was imagined to have conveyed his foul to And her check palcth,
and.holy memories were resting like the unquestionably: appointed by the all-wise heaven! So prone are mankind l to superstition f When fades the beautiful, ;
wing of doath.upon her brow. I first met her Ruler of the world, for the special benefit The latter comet, from certain calculations Then man's love faileth ;

ir\the.:presence of"tho mirthful. Slio ,was and happiness "f man ; but, liko/ all other the accuracy of which is doubtful, He sits not beside her chair, .'
indeed ,a creaiuro M be worshipped-her ordinances which Heaven has ordained, it is inferred to be the Fame as that which Clasps not her fingers, :

brows was garlanded ,by the,young year's: is subject to abuses. And tho many im appeared in the reign of Justinian, its period Twines not the damp hair, t;.,
t sweetest flowers-her yellow locks were' proper unions, if the form can be so used, being, according to the computation, That o'er her brow lingers, f4.'

hanuinn beautifully and louupon her bosom which have been formed, bring disgrace 575 )'(;1118. The first cornet, however which 'ft...* .t\r\tn\ftrt...... Ii.i4 .. VMMA M.CVU1 :_ f">;
':"'-nnd she moved through the crowd with upon) the institution,and keep many honest became visible at the predicted time, was A. Though.u. her U IJIUUllill 111, (1

Bucli-a floating and unearthly grace, that souls from receiving the consolations which that of Haley, who assigned an interval of Though her cheek eye lightens pale and, thin t
the bewildered .izcrnlmstl/okcd to see Hymen holds to them. more than 75.years between its successive ,
E Feverishly
her Ihde away, into the air, like the creation, As it is, those who refuse to enter into apparitions. Now as its last pcrhilion took11lace He but brightens! ; ;

of orno pleasant dream. She scemod, the solemn, relation husband, and to take on the 12tli of Match 1759, its return When stays tuat flush a moment fadeth near;

cheerful and even gay, yet I saw, dint J Jfcr upon themselves the responsible duties i \peculiar might be looked her towards the close Though true affection's tear, t

gaiety; was but the-mockery her feeling?. let |persons bearing that character, of the present year, supposing that its period Her soft eyelid shadeth. "f
She lunile1, but there was something in her cannot 'live without the society of women. was uninfluenced by its proximity 'during "
it smile, which told,'that its mournful beauty We cannot conceive of a more disconsolate its orbit to the greater planets. '1'1.i i lie goes frcrn her chamber slraight

(ti was (biit the) bright reflection of a tear-und and unenviable situation, than that however, according to the calculations of into lile's jostle, I ."

t t her eyelids': aUiiqes; closed heavily down of an old bachelor. No one appears to Damoiscau and Pontecoulant, will ntlt( be lie meets at the very gate ,
; r, as if'struggltngtorepressthetide! : of agOny-,- sooth him in the hour of adversity ; ho the case, each having pit dieted its next i per Business and bustje ;

ar that \V'is bursting up fioralierheart's| secret sits brooding ,over his ills: and disappointments hilion in. the early pan of November, 1835. He thinks not of her within, 'r j
I urn, She looked ndfsho:: could have_ left of life, without any sweet voice to Let then astrologers and their dupes take Slightly sighing,
: r the scene of festivity, and gone out beneath communicate sympathy to his wounded courage, as there is at least a chance that He forgets in that noisy din I
} the.qiijct stars, and 'laid her forehead down spirit. In fuel, without tho presence and their rcsiCtUe! predictions and fears will 'i hat she is dying LAnd
upon the fresh green earth,and poured out society of woman, the whole world would not be relished for more than a to i
: her stricken soul, gush aRcr gush, till it be one dreary waste, like to what it is represented -' come. Seriously speaking, it is to year be lamented when J her young heart is still, .J
mingled with Ibo eternal fountain of life to have been, before God created l that superstition should be so prc\- # What (hough he motirneth., .'
and purity.Dale woman, "a help mate for man.'* Camp- alent, as to need public ridicule in this Soon from his sorrow chill
; and weeks passed on,and that sweet bell says and counlry, so generally considered and. Wearieth he turncth. '

girl !gnus.me her confidence<< and 1 became '.Till Hymen brought his lovedelightedhour denominated enlightened As we know it Soon o'er her buried head '
! ii toher, a? a brother. She was twisting away to l>e a fact that many worthy persons 'have Miraorj's light selleth,
'" II by dis lio. The! smile upon her'lip was been really apprehensive of impending And tho true-hearted dead,

I t fuinjor' the purple veins"upon: her cheek There dwelt no joy in Eden's rosy bower, mischief from the near approach of the Thus man forgetteth r;i

1 grew vioblland; the cadences of her voice In vain \'iewlcss.scraph, ling'ring there, comet, we beg leave to remind them that 'iI

f! became daily 'oiore weak' ,'Bod" tremulous. At starry midnight charmed the silent air ; though Milton, as a poet, might speak of WOMAN'S LOVE. I
'1 On a quiet evening 'in the "depth of June, In vain the wild bird caroled on the one, as. Iro/n its horrid-hair shaking pes-- When man is waxing frail, -
J .i'Sirehdercd out with her in,t the air,- sleep And his
t, open tllcuce and war, Newton, a than hand is thin and weak, ,
then that she first told the tale To hail the sun, slow wheeling from the greater
', It was mo himself in philosophy, regarded them as And his lips are parched and pale,
t f B6f'her passiorvtnd i f the blight that had deep: instruments in the hands of Deity to effect And wan and white his cheek ;
i *i0rne'down. like!mildew upon her lifv. Love In vain, to soothe tho solitary shade, wise and beneficent purl'uses-Balt. Gaz.FIOBI Oh, then duth woman proneIler v'
't'f'._ ;'I4.::d h rh a/'pflrtlon of her eXW nce. ItsIflendpls .trial note::. in mingling measure played' constancy and love !
e : had,tee! !i wined around her' heart ; ; the National .
i : .' .-in ,its earliest years, andhcIh.ey: The, summer wind .that shook the spangled FROM Intelligencer. She sitteth by"his chair, '" 'I

4'. a lent away, they )left,a,wound which. J flowed tree, _.1 ._ ____TilE FAB_WEST.: -,Wo mention- And holds 'his, feeble- 'hand...---- ;
till mil the spnngs.of, her.soul, were blood. The whispering wave, tho murmur c-f the iu in our paper: 01 Saturday last, that the She watchcih ever there, '

i *1JI* J ant 'passing uway,">8aid she, ",and, it .bee ,- .. report the West of and a battle the between the Dragoons in His wants to understand; () ,
f i The winds havo : Indians seemed likely His}
'shmjld$ be.so. gone over as yet unspoken will
i :.ny4ltfiyahdtlio. 'brignt buds of hope and Still slowly passed the melancholy day, to turn out false as true. The mail of yesterday She hastenctii to fulfil.'
the sweet blossoms of I jawioh are scattered And still the stranger wist not where to brought us the Arkansas Gaztetto

.<1QWI\< and lie withering in the 'dust. And ,slay ; August SCth, (i itt which Journal the report She leads him, when' the noon \

r jet I cannot go down, among the tombs Tile world was sad-the garden was a wild, learn was published,) from which wo are glad to Is bright o'er dais or hill,
':-wit\toUl'tctr1)\ It is hard tu'takeleaveof And the hermit that the story is false| from beginning And all things, save the tune
\ the friend who love me, it is very hard to man, sigh'd-till womanemil'd to end. We ixpressnd a hope, also, when Of the honey Lees,are still,
'' !r we heard of the death of Into the .- J
\ ,bid f rewfcU to thcseifoarsceues, with which General Leaven- garden Lowers,
j ["S''I j J.bate held couirnnnlunfmm my childhood, It occurs to us, that that great sage, Dr worth and the sickness of many cfticers To sit 'midst herbs and flowers

i : ?md>VIc! from day to day, have 'caught.thecoloidf.iriy Franklin, was strongly in favor of early and privates of the Dragoons, that the le- '
. "' 4. life and s mpatzfltll} marriage, and much opposed to celibacy tachment inarching'westward would forthwith ,,1 \\lyle goes not there,
J. rila 'joys and sorrows That little grove and in his writings, he gave those who vir. return. It gives us pleasure to state, feast on breath and bloom, f i"To

J where' baroso often strayed with my bu- tually despued Hymen, maay severe re now, that they did return, as wehor>cd they She brings the posy rare _
Into .
.'i'ried: Love, and where, attunes, even now, bukes. At one time, he compared an unmarried would, and arrived at Fort Gibson on the his darkened room ; '.I'
I -Ihn'Nweei tones of his voice, seem to come man to one half of an old pair of 15th of August. The following are the And Walh his weary head t
..rstcaling around me till the whole air heft shears, which would neither answer to use only particulars concerning their return The pillow smooth doth spread.: J

.. comes one intense, and mournful melody as a kuife nor shears, but might answer, he which have reached us:- Until ,,

: IU ,,that, pensive star, which. :we used to,.. watch said, to scrape an old trencher. From the Arkansas Gazelle, Aug. 26.Rlrrcju His the hour when death tU r
Win its and Dr. Clark has made lamp of life doth dim, ;
early rising, ,on which my fancy some very good remarks OF TUE She
;:: of* Can still:picture his form.looking dowu up. upon the subject of matrimony._ I tlemau direct from DAacooss.--By a gen. never wearieth, !
: 'on mend his I And believing Fort Gibson, we are She cover leavcth him} ]
beckoning me to own bright we can say nothing better ;
happy to learn that
'' bor the ( detachment of Uni Still near him night and
)Jt c-icvcryflovver, and tree, and rivulet, upon subject wo herewith copy them : ted Slates day
on.vvbich ilie!memory of odr early love has The single maD is an atom in society ; returned to :Dragoons hat under Col. Dodge, She meets his eye alway. :
V' $et undying seal, have become dear to the married man is a small community with, their post on the 15th inst. from
__.'we, and Icsnnot, without sigh, close my in himself. The former is the centre of Pawnee expedition into the country: of the And when his trial's o'er ? 1'
.ejesuponMjemTorerer!, ?'' h' his own existence, and lives for, hens df and other Indians in- And the turf is on his breast t" ,.
,' ,1;; : ,Of ,,", '. W .' w alone. The latter is diffused: abroadnukes- ---n oabitinff the vast expanse. of-- tern n..J',".,. ,?,.,_y- Deer in 'Car- Lnsnm----... onm-... '" : dLie
\ l' era! hundred miles south! and or
'.. .1 l la a much more important| part of the body : west of our sorrows unexprest j :_
f ia 1; larva ely heard, that the beautiful frontier, without the
social and provides both for its occurrence ofm.y Her tears, her sighs, are weak
j 1 r t. e, egirl,9f qCherlou whom! I have .ca\nfU poked is dead. Tbecjos continuance. The ,ainglo man support lives and fur with unpleasant whom collision with the various tribes Her settled gTlt'fto 6 eaki j. "
lbe'falling of.aquJctstream they opened '
and does an inlercnurs
< good for himself ,.
ftf' << -genU only j ,the mar- have '
\&ivheainltinjbrWze They brought about And though there
ricd arise
.. man lives both for himself twenty Indians may
that l .genfO{ t.tune arouh i bof o'f ro the pub comprising delegations I Balm forher spirit's
lie. from .
Both tie Pawnee
the pain
k. state and the ,
church a
j :ses,1 tail atom diet aa'twere &oni :"very Christ are dependent oa the married of Caraauche, Waco and one or'oot'Jcr' And I though lier quiet eyes
tn'reemes1 .
!' T'. r u from him, under God man: tribes with all of whom, we understand Way somethnas smile again
the ;
!\ 'It cariOPt be that earth is rain's t'I ; the by
,,', .ding-placp., 'I It ,cannot ,be, that our life is 'mats is but an individual in either singlq: of these delegations She uever can forget !
t bubble,cutup by the ocean, of.B> and V have come in with the.
... rnay' mndbj will ceasq: from botb,aniJ.haling intection i.f ,,
t : x ro flow''J moment upon the wave and t&ea posterity ia lost to the public forever. no ding to, Washington City Cot DodeeTwe .
f, plM intpdukb!! gad thmgaea Else married man, Uwrefwe.far frombeios, 'rbe understand,procured the release of little Afltflrwo Thc committee appointed
why is iflTiat t1t eaffailona'which ,in a boy, about : r.rliaOfc; baa
leep liken Sate of i&AnprUv to the siogle ?years Of age, BOn f IZe tate recomwendcd a grant of
efe from the temple of our hearts are fort yon4 him, out of the Umits of comarisoq man, is be, Gabriel N, Martin, of filler county/who 60,0001, to be divided among the officers; I

-....--. ....''... F '.,' .... -, _. was carried off by the Indians some months seamen the battle, and of marines, who were prtent'lca\
"''''''''' ''4'' 'tf"'t Navarino.
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