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Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1834
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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
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System ID: UF00049046:00004

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vor. 1. KEY WEST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER: I, 1831. NO. 3. ,

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.i K K N Q U I fi 1-3 R pilot, at least six ile from the light house hope from their united skill and experience,
on the Island: of I Key 't'est.sec. to be able' to give full satisfaction to all who PROPOSALSFOR
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--i. : : :- :::: :"'' :=:; = favor them with orders.
5. RP it furthpr enacted, That nil may PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST
ltH1'ln: AMI: ir.umr.n: lIil' :ind prosecutions provided for in this The introduction of machinery in place ,

.. act, shall: he had in the Superior Court of of the tedious and unhealthy practice of A NEWSPAPER
J. .:. Kil SON. the, County aforesaid, or before the Judge casting type by hand 1. long desideratum by
iota -' thereof! in Chambers. the Eurcpcau and American Founde's, was, To BE ENTITLED TUB j

\ :!t11't J.:: five Dulhrs per annum. Sec. G. Do it further enacted, That the by American ingenuity! and a heavy expenditure KEY WEST ENQUIRER.

f vr: THrMfvrs inserted at the rate of following fees and rates pilotage; he allowed of time and money, on the part of our .

:)jlar|!: and! Fifty Conts' per square, lir taearh and every pilot, first for pilotingand senior partner, tint successfully accomplished P.,PIE UNDERSlNED, begs Icavo re-
s Extensive: i
of
letter
use the machine cast
,"st iaserii:I, and Seventv-Pive Cents fonduetinff a shipprve! in or out, JL spectfully to offer prepositions to tbis
has fully tested 1 and established its
O:1.n partof the Florida p< <'r. Secondly superiorit -

".It sui' eqiient! dontinuancc.'he } enlightened public, to t1\lhhtlh a weekly j
I from an) part of the said Reef to the port ) in every particular, over that cast
.1<< the old newspaper under the above title. It shall
lie by process
or'fC''C' tof to Indian or thirdlythronrh \ !
itif.'olion of 'Mariners generally, cither of tderhnnnels, leading; into The Letter Foundry business will here ho principally devoted to Commercial In

!h.uc priii "red !fro'ii iu! ( 'lIII<'Clnr the the port or harbor of Key West aforesaid! after be o-irried on by the pal tics before I 1f'lligeuce-p.1rty controversy shall be tntirfly -
; ,uu' inir sc'uediilu! of t.ic siiiMtion ol the to wit. for e\ery foot of water which! such i turned: 1 under the firm of or\\'hitelT:1gar: I excluded,

:Lt House :&IOHJ! tl'-(, Florida bhorc, I ship or \'f''I! <,1 may draw! the sum of two dollars 'I heir specimen exhibits a complete series Tho undersigned i is fully aware of tho
and for t> diy for which such froni Diamond to 14 lines! Pica. The Book he
: !'er hi* superintend; \ ery pilot difficulty of the task is about to under.
be dctainedor 1 }board such and News type being in the most modern
employed
*: \PK FLOHID:\ LtGln'latilllary miv : take, and in consideration of his want of
std
,)1 ,tatod( on thu :>*oiitl!, sido! of Key His.I' ship lars:. orv'sscl. the further sum of twodol-! light U hitc, 6'lc.Hagar & Co. are agents for the experience, has obtained the polite otter of

about 40tr>;\ '
: ,' nay be considered 70 feet above See. 'i. He it !(iurtluereuactcdThiat! every which they Can furnish to their customers lualifications render them competent] to
'rei i-f tic' eo. (iisinnl from the gulf vessel 1 bound cither to Indian Key or to lif'Y'r"l. at time manufacturer's prices. Chases, the task For his own part, he pledges
r..' a'.aut 7 rmlo Vessels drawing/ IDiy \\ licensed vessel
.1 except a wrecking Cases Composition Sticks, Ink and t
every himself that, so f.r as his health and
,
: :; .qll'l'tl.nh within !I.- rules of M.o t and refiiMrg: to receive a pilot on board I article used in the Printing Uusiness, kept
Lat '-'-. -I? N-LOME.) r.ut...! W. I shall, if spoken by !said' pilot six miles repeeticy for sale, and furnished on the shortest notice strength will (>('rmit-Ihe public may rely
f'' > is from Indian Key aforesaid, or upon tho ulmout regularity in the publication
: r.ii'ism': rL nir! .\- situated I Old typo tat ien in exchange for new
,rv-Cnd's lint near the site of then | from the said Light (louse on the Island of at 0 cents per pound.N of the paper. \

..t-, f LaV 1j (Ml! N. Long.:: SOQ7 \\' Key West, be neverthelessand it hereby, D. Newspaper Proprietors who give Great pains will be taken to obtain the
N. rally: dittingoisiicd;! as two tMstinct made subject to pay full! rates ofpilotnjre.nstl the above three insertions will be entitledto earliest and most correct intelligence of
}1 5 al'" .IoWI\, which! ran Generally 1 Ire .0117!' such pilot had heen taken on !hoard.; Five Dollars in such articles as they may Wrecks and Wrecked Property, and also

at! the distance j Clt' 12 miles.\ Us ob- I but if not spoken more thou three, miles! rcspcctitely select from out specimen.New reports of vessels passing neat the Florida
'
T t t.i iv.irii; vessels from the danger. from thcabovemtntioncd places, York, 1H3.;). Rerf.
t anil shoaKiicar: which it is placed. I' then and in case: of such refusal aforesaid, -
she shall he liable to half pilotage, and (& GENTLEMEN friendly to the Under
t : tl.! pay PROSPECTUSor
: iY W'sr: i ; I.H.nT! 'taftds on ; .
;
will and
receive
L no more.Nee. inking please subscrijit'o
It' Island! of Key U'ctt t
< P iirit
lse
\Vet : THE
I r'2 1.2k n. Do it further enacted; That no forward tho names to (he Editor as xoon as
T.nrr.f'i
3 Iit. ? : t i..2 N. >
y
q SAVANNAH: MERCURY.
feo i -.all! demandablo! for piloting and
possible
k 1 : ,'rected 'I'lll1' pIJr'I1S1' of:ritidin-.rves.
I conducting vcssel.if same he spokenat A DULY MORNING TAPER
direri any J. ATKINSON.
', ; uhe-i: on cririT! ; I II' I harbor, ; the -
f 'I'I'I'! whir', arc as t fnilnu-s! t Bring tic aledistance I than three miles from the Devoted Commerce' Agriculture; -Pol- October 1, 1834."MIRROR .
Ii lijlit! house, aforesaid, or from Indian Key,
lies'' itics-I..itcratllrc-anJ General
(,t I It", ."ir N. N W. anil the f-nnd
p"ovidcI.I'lat' this sect icn shall not beheld
4', '.t toPIP \; H. \\'. and you rew the ; Intelligence;
;f i tfa <-i' i ii ''I'u'iit' f.if'oms! writer: ; run lor f Keyt i tn extend to any vessel going; or coming: To be edited and published in the city of OF MIRTH
the the harbor
tlir<>ui northwest t of -
t passage
; Lijiht: instil: : w'.ll.i.n; tconiles' thru Kiirunnafi, fro A irtntnnors PERIODICAL,
of Key West, when spoken nt the distance
S :Y '-p :?i. \\". !until you open Kbening'a (Key I of two mics! and a half: from said light 15Y WM. I1cLUWINIHUSON.. One of the cheapest Publications ia the
: 'lirM-i ;.Mnri'rrnve: ::: Islan.l in 1lht' 111I1'1"I I llt'USC. N presenting to the public the prospectus United States.
rattnt'ttoiariru-d! ) then inn fur it. I of the Savannah rrUIE of the
above
.' : !-=rcl Tic ilfurther enacted l, That in : Mercury, a just regard publication named periodical -
s .
,f Ic.1; a.uhrrac! : ; : iA i itl (':r 11f'I'I e p'mrt 1', the: event ufar master! of a vessel refusing for the feelings of those te expect to JL will be commenced on Thursday -
y
' 'la"1'! :-. I llcijrht of the LisM n uso to pilot for his services the amount serve, ItS well as a compliance which time ,3 lilt inst. The publisher in very desir
in': 'ol' the iC{ fed G inclies.V"j5 nay any has sanctioned ,renders it of all the of
? i lo!; I s\\ '! off.'os liTi'in before provided, such pilot necessary to givea Ills having names the subscriber
',,1 *lalif'H\: I : at hisdiscrction, sue out from the of- hriel'llnopi"! of the principles which shall, forwarded previous io that time, as J.eViii
may
\i!i' 1 ii.1t.T-i I t iJ volvinj once I fire of thus clerk of said court an attach. govern'us in our editorial duties-Wo are positively i issue the work on that day.
"_,, 'mist! '. It i. 1)t'). !.yet Iii ht r 1\ Ili) I incut returnable immediately to the said impressed with the belief, that in a government Tho number of names already received

t't ; :S.V. t.\ :*. from l Kry West I.ijlit.j i court or to tho Jitdaro! thereof Chumbers, like oursthe preservation of the Liberties fully justifies the issuing of tho publication;
"' <.! j -. N-Lou;?' !"M 07V.., situ.iU'd I aija-nst tho vessel piloted orspidten i, which uf the People mainly depends on 1I1eirvirtu'o and the first number will be forwarded to

+ ,'ii;;%' en t tin!, l Hotf.. '1 ho Light! 70 fect Court or the said Judge in Chambers, shall intelligence and patriotism, and the many persons who have not subscribed,
tai vc'thrSea! dissemination of sound political knowledge but who have signified their intention of
and without
to
S'immarily jury, proceed examine
|, ':'O :TUG.\S LIGHT; $Iali/Jntt'y-on into tho facts and law of tho case, amon; them, and being actuated by a sincere doing so, I if the work should meet their e**
', I ands! Sear; tho, desire to advance the '
4i "tl' t' : Iry'.n'tutrac; : and to its merits but if cause of State pcctationi. .
decidcaccordingly
,
,:
' i1 of thc I'.ecf in L.it. ClL.nr I flights' and Constitutional' The will be dollar
I 1.,1 ctlreii>sty the said vessel so assisted or spoken shall Liberty we shall price one a year, payable
:-.' .- !tJ;: IDV.) not be within the jurisdiction of the court, support the doctrines of the State Itighis on the receipt of (he first numberand
_. -------- Party oJ Georgia set forth in where five
-- -- the said court Jtidtrc in Chambers shall a3 the Virgin responsible names are scut
i \T! to pnnilcfiiP tin aplOlrtlfleil1 or ia a..d Kentucky Resolutions of 1790-99.... the sixth ropy shall bo furnished gratis...
and! the of tho attachment
mar on return ,
the nilea it
+ r 1'I1"t:111:1 In" roRnlato' and which Letters
wcte so maintained
triumphantly containing name mutt be
post
in like! and de.
proceed manner EX-PAUTK,
#,l, 'ilortr'::! ; at time! port t,( Icy West: and for chic accordingly. 'y the Mite ol Georgia; in 1825-6, and '7 ; paid.As

/ 4 Mir" p.urpnert, Passed I'cb. and therehy assist in perpetuating the inestimable the circulation will bo very extensive
+ 'r'. !. II.Mt cnactpJ by tit:! fiovernop 13,1031. the will
blessings under
i JOHN lUmEN we enjoy our present publisher print a cover for tho Mirror
I' !fjTi-i'ntiM! 'tncit of tla! 'I''rrilnr of of
o form
Pres. Legislative Council. government, alld.ict.. are providing a sufficient advertising pat
riun.: That; frn.nmil: after ti"! pas' ::1';o or"f Approved Feb. 15, 1334; guaranteed unto us, so long as each department ronage shall be bestowed Advertiseibenfo
t art the '; /vptn'r' oft'insail IVrntoryr.m. of her is kept within its legitimate will be inserted co spicuouily on the cover
r .! Im t it herc'y auihuiNeil, ly and with 'I'Yt'E11'OUNDItY sphere uf action Wo are in favor of a at tho usual rate*. Merchants and others
n
.: o..i iotn.t" appwintiiicJi umni.i his long cstablisltd ROlf! ,, opposed to all systems which have for their one square, renewable every month, for
Piio'i. I for t''j' f>')rt and harbor of Key very extensive Type Foundry, tho nubucri- object the taxing of the many for the bene live dollars.

".t. iiiil tira.! -irtnt roast in northeast-: ben have formed a co-partnership for the fit of the lew, orof laying restrictions upon Gentlemen who will regularly furnish o .
\ dire.;!..'" from sort! diy, and the ex purpose nf continuing said! business and for Commerce or domestic industry-and shall riJinall.urnoroularticie.. which shall be approved
"Il!' northern: ;:n'l <>:\\w Co-mty of",Sov' the convciveiico of their' friends and pat resist all encroachments by the Federal by the editor, will have the publication .

V. !h,! mavtlin nl.f scary, expedient, I'lo'fIavc removed their establishment to amore Government on the rights of the States and sent to them without charge. ,
I advisable, piMvivlc.1 the nlirn'ersu apr' central part of the city .lsit their the liberties the People. But whilst we Address LYNDE ELLIOTT;
'.utod inn-'j01:0 sexy vfall not cuucilIvr. l intention keen on hand a :rood assortmentof thus express our preference for the princi- Del Air, Hartford County Md.

, ,'I'I' the bust type,'and to make such additions pies( the State Rights Party of Georgia, ,- I

, (\ .::" '.'. U.. it fnrtlmr cnactrJ, That such and improvements the taste of the trade we shall support that party only so long as \ OTICK-By order 01 tie Honorable '
itsso ;appoint; before entcrint on tin aryl 1 the wants of the country require, they they adhere to those principles,-our motto James Webb, Judge of (Southern
"'iar,7" of their! ilaties asuchsh. !l cuciiOHL'hsinitJ Hatter themselves that: this establishment being emphatically Principles, nut men," Judicial District of Florida, notice is hereby -
I ,1. ,I .: i') nn oMi :ation with OHO or will merit a largesharo: of patronage. They and our ambition to do and sustain right.As given to Jurors, Witnesses parties litigant .
'rc ,?..nx1 :1It.! vltc'irltt scrnrilies, to l I.t1":1',10" } !have now several fonts on hand, which can we design making the Mercury a vehicle and all other persons concerned, that
\ "' I.V ti"! 1J/Jlr.l.r. wbidon*, ora he tarnished. at a few hours notice, and arc tif general information to all classes of the the Superior Court for this District which
Airily ofil-t'iij.forthe!; port and harbor a- prepared to make fonts of all weights and community, we shall at all times endeavorto is by law set for the first Monday of Nor.

"- -said, in t*.cs-i nor one thousand/ ,dollar: sizes, from Team I to 2-J line- Pica, includinga ': present to our patrons, regardless of la 1834, is postponed until the first Monday of
i.tiliajujd: for the flitbfuldIii ent and Ireat'ariaty of rnatncntal Letter.- boron expense the latest Commercial and December 11134, at which time they will ate
t.j ?; pcr."':rmaacc rf their ,llItie..1t!ric'I bond! Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes, rasa Political Intelligence, both Foreign and tend. TIIOS, EABTIN. U. s. M. I
Jii extentu'J shall: i i.nmcdialely bo place l l"il hole, and other ornaments will bo found to Domestic ; with as great Ii variety of Literary South. J. Dis. of Florida. '

ir. t.oofli? of the ('MerUof th"Supe- be very extensive, of which specimens will and Miscellaneous matter, as our.im- By JOS. A, TJIOUIION, D. M.
(:,.::11': of,aid Countyat thcpropcrcoitieb be forwarded to Printers as c.oon as theycan its nil! permit Our columns will remain Marshal's Office Key West,

... } pilot. be prepared. open to the temperate discussion of any October 15, 1834. [nl-tf]

c". '. H.! it further onaetffd. That in Printing Presses of every description subject connected with the public good, excluding --- .
I ,- event ofth's i nfaithf.'aess! insobriety JMntuig Ink of the most approved qualities, scurrillity and personal spleen. rp II E SUBSCRIBER respectfully io.
run in1 npjli-zi-rieo: of any pilot, bo shall ( 'ornjvi&ing Sticks Bras Galleys, Imposing In ioc, whatever will be productive of speedily forma his friends and tbe public, that

r, f u the' prtiti.)n of any tu-entvrcspectahlo Stones, Cases Paper and Press Hoards, rendering beneficial the varied natural be is prepared to do all kinds of JOB PRIN.
1 'xjnsof ...,;;.I (: t7urofi majority of the !Standing' Presses, Furniture, together with advantages: of our State, elevating the commercial TING. He hopes by attention to business,
t hln",1 of vv rdcns so appointed to tho n complete assortment of all articles used I character of our city, or meliorating to merit a liberal patronage. '

.vtrrJor to that eiTect.be removal fr.., n of. in a Printing. Office will be kept constantlyon th; moral social and political condi J.. ATKINSON. A
',aad: may besides ho proceeded ajpiinstbylietmcnt hand. tion of our people, will meet with" ardent Key West. NOT. I. a .St.I .
; .( as in ordinary case*' of nisi' Small fonts, ,,,itable for Rook-binders, I and humble support.
W. A. Pitcher!
''Ilnur' :old on conviction, f fined in :. sum iu great: variety may be had when called ONDITIONS. j'clock
is. t fa Attics
,t ocreciiinj\: : ona thousand t'nlhri! to bo (or. I t
"se.l 1y: a jury and shall moreover he Oidcn from all parts of the Union will be The Savannah Mercury will be published Jobs Harris, CODCfI.IOVER.
.'"fe to 't snit nn bchnlf! ofcny party arriev; promptly and moat carefully attended to, daily throughout! the year, on a super royal ril JL HE defendant aid all
'. on ti! f.auf so as hercitt'ieforepnivi'led I, and pruticularly in nuppling SORTS for all sheet, at Seven Dollars per annum, payable take notice, that the aboi, -
1 i 'it c\xuto'.l hylhn. fonts furbished bf their predecessors, Bin eemi-aonually in advance. been commenced by attachment..clace Colonel
.y ny k Konaldion, and Kichard 'tonaldson. Tbe Mercury for tbe co jntry will be pub. perior Court for the Southern '
'. 1. Oj is i! ta't I ;!..'-en-Tted.Tint if any Stereotyping in all its branches, executed ]i.hed to meet tbe arrangement of the mails, Florida and they are reqlJire4"'AL.** ** *

',rn l'\r.t! -.-,ri :\'i may have bran ap- by L. Johnson as heretofore. three times week at tbe office of the Savannah and plead to the declaration Je'TlVjI7 rf
ir'cd; as'rfrw; .i.l. and .avc comphedwitli i.l j JOHNS' N A SMITH. Mercury, and will be sent to all term of' aid court. A. G(** of the United. i

.l!thce mJiti111upociticd in the I>cClnJ'I6C. No. G, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. parts of the Union,or delivered it the City, ,[oct, 15 13m]

," 1:1: of this act, 1A11' charge any co.npeaa- !t 0:::"l'uMishcriof or Newspapers who insert at Tour Dollars per annum, payable in ads hoary Fitzgerald, \f 7M
..i firsorviccaio! may perfunn a* pilot: hei I tliU advertisement, and forward a paper vane or Five at the expiration of six k'/innoijDce Colonel
i 11!l 'It>ducmeiJsjiiltycf hghriideni"ai.-r! containing it to J. & S. will be entitled to moaths.! It will contain all the Intelligence, Vfoi. II, Bate and I/P; ( %a candid.
-ml on co.tvictia.t thcrsof shall be fined, in j $;J, payable in settlement of their i accounts CVnraercialpolitical; Literary and Miscelancoiis owner and mMtorffnSJjf J'JpridaioIcboooer !
.
sum not eiceccdins treble the amount ; when their bills amount to not less than $10.J.&e. including advertisements, pub. OfK te( States
Ij .nsntiun rOJei1 hi him to be asi! 'i- I! listed. in Jhe daily paper. dlfeo / t"lId a> .., ,,, .
-.H! .'/ jury ; prori led that tht! art shall Advertisements wjll be conspicuously In- TilE r t, tL(4d to announce Colonel

it be heU ta ttendtothemastcrortnar- -J JLFSP.t.CTFULLY t /IAI.'stt, seed in both papers at.75 cents per square, been cum fog JJ atttf WIHTtTisacnndid.M .
.1'.r of any licenced 1. wreckingesiel, on I I Infurmthe Printers lines, for the first insertion,and.thrtvsevcn re? TertiWr/ of Florida,
:...t'lri.J 1 1 lirer.nn huanl of any such trreekC of tbe United Mates, to wbom tier have and a balf cents, for each sups Flpnor a d plead tier i of the United Btatei.Jd .
to
V('''s'r!, on os.rJ: of any vessel which long been individually known as ettablUUed cetdiog publication.JMI s of time' tj' "*
n '-ffn r :.t1 ;"tY. unless such vessel Letter Founders, that they love now formed communicatioos by mail, roost 'be 1.1613 Sou rtrixeo '
_. Lp 4;; li .i : STjo't'-a by i: regular ao-unaenLip in said business, and p4t piLI.I to announce MajorMM <
I WYATT as a candidsent .
tbe Territory b f Florida,
)!it" .tb Congress of die UMte4.StateesI

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xr __ .... ...... and obtained 1000 barrels each. During WileD be sink* in his glory, < ;
:r--- -:=2 I of the widow, would send them help fromhis pan: ,' At eve from the view,

A letter from Grant Thorburn, furnishesthe I Holy Temple tho same year, the Lee Eagle, of London And calls up the planet

following interesting particulars: of the Many of these chambers of death are Captain Valentine Starbuck, visited To blaze in the blue :- ,:.;,

Liverpool Ccm"tety. hewn out from the strait, perpendicular the Sandwich{ Islands.In There i is beauty. But where is.the beauty ss

of the solid rock. They are shut up with the spring of 1831 t, there were 38ships to see

I descended from the gate, by a winding iron doors; and, generally, there is a white' at anchor at Lahaina: at one time, and More proud than the sight of a nation when
path, to the place of burial, I should during the season. Amongthis (reel
marble slab, with black letters, surmount sixty or more
think a distance of more than 100 feet.- ing the door, to denote to whom it belongs. number were the Columbus, of New
The level bottom mile When the beautiful bend 14
occupies nearly one On ono of these modest looking stones Bedford, Captain Thomas Brock; the \Vcy. >
The from the of the rock Of the bow is above, .
square. view top mouth Harris and the General
,
"To the Captain
the ,
was following inscription ; _. .Like a coharof light J i
embracing: tho splendid monuments and |
memory of.John, R-, aged twenty-two ,Jackson, Captain Fisher, both of Nantucket <; On the bosom of love ;
humble below
graves appears solemnly years, who died at sea, March 1830, and ; the Frederick Augustus, and the Cou When the moon in her mildneSa .,*

grand-awfully imposing, if/ may so spca Snrah-----, aged Hi.years, who of Newport the Eliza Barker, of N. Is floating high, .'
died'Y
It presents to the mind a most distinct and September, 1830, the only children of ork ; the Hope, of Boston ; the Hermesand Like a banner of silver ;

impressive conception of she Valley of the mother, and she It a Mow." As I stood Pearl, of London Tne two last mentioned Hung out in the sky :- :;
Shadow of Death! It was, in truth, the wrecked sand hank There is beauty. But earth has no ,
at the m tnh of the cave, wrapped in "reflec ships were on a beauty
Land of Forgetfulnesa. Half a dozen sextons what is caPcd I and Pearl! to see
Hermes
Hon: this affecting( tale, a respectable or on now : .,
were at work, like Gnomes, in the bowels gentleman upon advanced in years, came leisurely Island.: The other six ships obtained during More proud than the front ot*nation when'free. :' ''

of the earth-digging deeper and yet l along Ho looked like one who had liv the season on an average: about 1000 '4In
deeper, the houses fur all
appointed I
ed the tombs. I that I barrels each.
living. The dark walls frowned among thought the depth of darkness,
damp
,
t around-and the shadows of could perceive by his countenance, that he In 1823 there were probably a greater Unvaried in hue,

new caves, would not return an uncivil) answer to a number of sail on the newly discovered When shadows are veiling ;

came stealing on tho accustomed eye, as question civilly asked, and I was embold ground, and the obtained from J50 to The breast of the blue ;
darkness
the into
Here opened struggling! light. ened to inquire: Sir, can you tell me anything '1800 barrels each. The average quantity When the voice of the tempest :
the remains of the
aro deposited great about this melancholy story?" "I for each ship was about 1000 barrels. At midnight is still, '. .a:
Huskisson. They aro now-December:: 18- "' And the spirit of solitude .
can, was the reply. The widow is my [Sailor Magazine.
33-about erecting a noble monument to Sobs on the hill ; \ '<"'
neighbor ,I knew the ipanly boy and the :
his The workmen have There But wlicro is
the
memory. already is beauty. beauty
from their The
lovely girl infancy.
son
laid bare tho iron chest that contains his POETRY. to see .

remains, preparatory to laying the founda. I went to sea, contrary to the earnest entrea- Like the broad-beaming brow of a nation, 't. >\
ties of his mother and returrcrtof ,,
never '
wben free 1 "
tion. The sight of his premature grave From the Boston Mercantile Journal.
One those! beings, in the form of a man,
was fraught with solemn reflections-with 14 For what is a man profited if he gain the
admonition and instruction. It can scarcely having a body without; a soul, and a'head whole world and lose his own soul. In tho breath of the morning, '
without brains who visit lady When nature's
a young awake,
have
been timo makes
forgotten-though three hundred and sixty-five nights, and ifa Should all the witchery of beauty shine And calls up the chorus
sad work with which
events but as yesterday father, mother, or brother ask their intentions Forth from! my brow and eye, To chant in the brake i .
stirred the world-that It the momentof In the voice of the echo .
declare they have no intentions at Should admiration's i gaze be always mine, ,
his death Mr. Huskisson
was perhaps Unbound in the woods,
allbut called look ladies
simply to at the
tho most popular man in all England. lie Yet 1 must fade and die. In the warbling'of streams,
and kill them-one of these blanks I
had been active in promoting the erection say, And the foaming of floods ;- I i.
: of(ho Liverpool ind Manchester Rail Road.: in creation, frequented the widow's dwelling Should love's bright flowers spring bloomingin There is beauty. But where is the beauty

On the day of its completion-amid the i gained the daughter's affections, and my wy, to seo .' ,

i shouts of the assembled thousands-he I then abruptly left her,and married aRndler.I And make my life a bower Like the thrice-hallowed sight of a nation ;' :

I From that day slic drooped, and bcfor six thaCs free. F, .: "'
summoned, comparatively in a moment, Ot beauty and of pleasure, yet would they ,
I moons had waned she the that : ii;
slept sleep, ,
from time to eternity! The Duke of Wellington Wither in death's dim hour. 1 \
knows no waking until the lead, small and When the strivings of surgesIs ;, .I
,
was Sometime .
present. previous, great, shall rise and come tojudgmcnt. mad on the maID, ,S
\0
Wealth ,
'there had arisen a difference between him .Should with all its world of gold
Like '
the
The! widow exists on a small annuity left( charge of a column :;
and Huskisson. The Duke had procured by her husband her and gems Of plumes on the plain'; :i
spirit supported by
,
his removal from office, and for some the consolation of and the Around me glittering chine, When the thunder is up
religion, hopeof
months they had not spoken with each oth- meeting her children in another,and belter With all its power of throne and diadems, From his:cloud-cradled sleep,
: j Here And the
or. stood tempest treading
Wellington, surroundedby world. The grave must still bo mine.
kingly The path of the deep :
companions and nobles and there
,
Huskisson These scenes and meditations among thetomb There is beauty. But where is the beauty
in all the proud consciousnessof Shpuld Fame clasp rouQd my brow its radiant
*, occurred in a cairn sober looking to sec,
j ( gray,
a public benefactor.
He
was watching afternoon when the crown, Like tho sun-brilliant brow of nation
I days were at the a
tho eyes of the Duke, as ho scanned tho shortest Beaming upo'n the crowd, when free !
vast ; an I, at this season, in England,
applauding assembly, and was apparently the sky looks gloomy indeed. Every thing It's dazzling ray of glory must go down ..
saying in his heart "These
{ aro my in nature the nd Quenched in the chilling shroud. BLUr .
t ; strength: ; you now see where hope lies." sighing thedun drapery : J..Aws.-Among tho blue laws formerly ,
my '
of
Another clouds pillowed about the settingsun in force in Connecticut, we select*"
moment, and the two great men Should al\those, stars of earth IIi
in the all one bright tho
west in
untaon with
was
had apparently become friends. They had I my band following. They are amusing specimens i- .' ,
just shaken hands, andlhe enthusiastic pop-1 feelings; amt: I passed out from the Place enough of blue legislation.
111a of Skulls, wishing in heart that Circle around path, No '.i
my shall
ulace were shouting l, live Huskis- my every man court a maid-in person, or "
ong
r ;, son, tho friend of man!" Out while engaged fortune hunter, fox hunter, and Office hun Rayless they must become in that dread by letter, without fast obtaining consent .

7 in earnest conversation with t he noble Duke, ter, would turn aside for an hour, and pen landO.darkness ot' her parents; five pounds penalty for ho .,iti

there was but a step between him and der on the fruitful subjects of cqntemplation and of death. first often ce?ten pounds\ fort( lie sccunxl, and

death. In the crowd stood which I had left G. T. for the third, imprisonment during the m "
one uns'cn.The "
fatal arrow was drawn from a quiverover New York,July, 1834. ."' And whore would then the immortal spirit pleasure of the court. *

full-and trembled bow l be No one dial; I read common prayer books,

unemployed. What to upon that a dim spectrewere never Among t/jo/ Jews, the place of burial( Bereft of every light keep christina, or set days, make minced

the shouts of triumph-the swelling was called a Garden, and the Sexton a Where but to dwell in nn eternity pieS; dance, play cards, or perform on any

applause "the great multitude of people Cardiff :;Johr, 20, and 10-and, Of deep and endless night instrument of musicexcept the drum,trumpet

; i' which no man could number?" Lo! ho indeed} the Church yards in most parts of !, or jcws-harp: ,

,I stands 'erect-he, who never overshot his Britain, look like a garden, as many of the A PRAYER OF THE PALES. I I v No one shall hen freeman,or give a vote,

fI mark, has winged the fatal shaft-and a graves aro planted with flowers. 1 saw among i- Oh thou art dwelling in light.and in I unless ho be converted, and a member in
glory
has fallen them the Lauristintu, the Monthly full communion of of the
great man this day in Israel t"! From one
I I Pt.t: By some accident-which I never he4rd'l rose, the Stock, the Wallflower, and the the throne of thy holiness look on I allowed in this dominion. church

F eatufactorily accounted for-one of the Snow-drop, in'full bloom in the month of our.woes ; A drunkard: shall have a master! appointed

d cars of his glory" passed directly over January in the open air. A remnant yet spared from a death day ed by the select men, who arc to debar him;

'l him, crushing and mangling flesh and bone, 1< : f and gory- fiorn the liberty of buying and stsling. ;

I and sinew:-and before the morning sun alll l l/ THE WHALE FISHERY AT THE ,We, writhe in'the band of our pitilessfocI. No one shall run on the sabbath day, or;

i that remained of walk in the
I this, great, and-as farr as SANDWICH ISLANDS. : garden or clsevherexcc t

", lean learn good man, was a heap of dust. The following communication: was received reverently to and from meeting .

r As I stood with my hand resting on the by the ship Meridian, of Egarton r Be the cry of our sorrows regarded in Heaven : Whosoever publi-hes a lie, to the prejudice -

t. cold iron coffin, wherein'reposed the head I, from the Rev. Messrs. Richards and Spar il'\ ; of his neighbor, shall be ,set in the'

} that scarcely: a day before was teeming with ding, miSSioners or- the American Board at Behold in compassion, oar sufferings and stock, or be whipped ten staipcs.

1 projects and plans] ( the execution obeen f Lahaina, on the Island of Maui. It| will wrongs ; No Roman catholic priest shall abide in tho J

which Methuselah1 line would have bo read with deep interest by those engaged By a ty rani accurst,from our dwelling-place dominion : he shall be banished, and suffer

I far too short, I could riot reist the thought in the whale fishery, as well as by those diiren ; death on 'his return.

4 j cr How small and vainO Lord! is man; and who are<<. interested in the labors of the Avenge us O God to whom No one shall travel, cook victuals, make

yet" Thou art mindful of him. present day for tnp spiritual improvement veQ eaQcebelonts. beds, sweep house, cut hair, or shave on

of marine ,. the sabbath day.

i i I I that From was viewing great and the grand grave in where lay all Lahaina, Maui, Dee 7, J833. Let the cries of our children, tho tears of If any person turns quaker, he shall .bo.
ambition
,: I Dear Sir The i banished and
suffered but A
not
turned, and beheld increasing interest in the their mothers, to return or
slowly and sadly step United States and Great Britain pain of death. '
puts \ in behalfof Ascend
along, humble on the t
a modest wing of the
new-made tempest on
wid'Wf In each hand she seamen, demands that yearly reports high No food or lodging shall bo offered! ton.: k,
led j
a tender should be made from those quaker, adamite other
pledge of love. She places, in this See heretic.
: of her husband, and stopped cropped at the the grave vast Pacific most frequented by ships""fa the woe brothers of our fathers,the blood of our> None' shall "uy or sell lands, without,

;' leaves from the two yellow compliance with this demand, and for the permission of the select men. ,

'1 .. which stood,one at the monthly head and rosebushes the I. information and satisfaction of many who The anguish of daughters-tormented, No woman sha''.' kiss her child on the '.
,
; other
'" at the foot <>f the grave. At the are interested in the transaction of business that die sabbath or fasting day.
sound of
, U*, r approaching in the Pacific, we beg liberty to submit
...
she
footsteps
A -
I to aid
gave a sudlw rue our thou
; a report on the and our glorious Redeemer
..! start,and turned full use progress of the It
will be
ft Comes upon me her latin, whale perceived by the proceedingsof
"1choly fishery, as seer. by ships which
eyes swimming in have the Louse
tears. UnUi of assembly, in this impression
+ altst.Pena. 'visited Lahaina. Let a sorrowing remnant favor day's
to obtrude thy obtain
her ; that His
'i- t.4'i in its eai1 upon sacred sorrow, In the O Excellency the Lieuten-
1) fall
of 8J9 cast down the of
might the
followed
ruthless ant-Governor
according to infor blasphemer
\ ,r ta.tiJI' an opposite !math, and tnation yesterday, gave his assent
; obtained from Captain to the Ie Free
1 btJero could Bee Without Timothy Up. Coloured persons' Privilege
b *: 'vRpevery I continued dressing the Stock being ham! and others, the ship Balena, of New Who dreads not thy vengeance nor honors Bill. 1'hatclass of His Majesty's Subjects.

m x were, which bloomed Bedford, Captain Edmund Gardner, and thy name. will henceforth, be entitled bv law to equal
b.n'd e on the the chip Equator, of Nantucket rights with the hite population. The Bill
while
Captain
ravo, the
1 atonvLt yrng basing tears Elista Folger touched Kealakekua I In vain did we trust that Las not been delayed in its progress, by ei
the
thick Bay nations
jme, and IcannoVnU upon the cold sod on Hawaii for refreshments would ther branch of tke Legislature as it veal
ejesupon'tlwtn Ro breast to which but These were aid UI, not
lately the first whale I brought before the House of Assembly,
.- ft *' ships that ever muted the From the lands until tbo
\ .: pressed. She embraced Sandwich Islands where th) Dime and thy llth instant.-Bahama Argus.
? ; and while laying at v
children .t
U -doubtless tell'SLeoC chor an mercy are known : .r.
they took
I
: largo whale
1.ha'e\1 "telYh which
made
ear father of "'0001, from 110 barrels The kind.heartedufo, and the
of .
oil cruel A confectioner
J in
'
1 : 10 > could have i upbraid a country town advertises -
known
1 t \|.ney When these ships lad obtained us- I for a who
.. SVg'c lya,8hehad their I journeyman" fears God and '
: iiWoraume;\ Mlle and visitrbl recruits, they sailed foi the coast of Peril, I And We trust but In thce-the, Jehovah, understands ices and jellies""Is \
boy
girl and
cruised
On what is alone.
,Uand thenMKS+ her. lIer beautiewlneetiite1 I "off bore ground" generally called. tie: L.._ my lady out of spirits this evening ,

J't lrastesrvith the weeds During I he j said a nobleman to his wife's ?
waitrng
r "Ite year 1820 the -ojfan.
u shipMiro f THE .
be that BEAUTY OF LIBERTY. Quite "
"dnot uo"Y musIC Nantucket, Captain Allea first out, my lord, was Ihe\rep1yt.she
visited
c1iog'placp., ilttuit; :s affq' 'hereyes coast of Japan: and in one season obtained ti* nothing"In all things that have beauty, there is finished the last drop of brandy last night. -
etxst'uP more comely to man than Tiber j
abub i5iiw gazed
M 1100 barrels of sperm oil. -MILTON. ty' '
m ant t CABVIN-C." Shall I cut this loin of mut-
I x 'jofioa': a
,.,. p i toJl'y>
,wh! .e mrtat ..1 Ie .nd the J tucker, Captain Swain, and another ?hj At day.break is done. : said one (if his quests; cut it bnhiewise.!
the _r from New llcdford,visited the coast of Ja And the cheeks of the for then I chance
& from -rv VI Are red with the morning may to get a fyt m n?
sun: mouth. .
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". sarr.nrilw.t ...... t'w.. .... "'lit ; \Nlinrniiev\nsi, nt that timeNvogi/ign! : sanguinary At n meeting of the members of the La- ..... _____...L b .'If1P.: _..d:>.. = .

.t war To great talent and most fi\ 'cltc Fire Company; : on Wednesday Oct. Wm. H.. Shaw: tvs
32, he following officers were elected > In Attachment. .
extraordinary hr'ft1:0: : added an inordinale John Harris )

love of sensuality, and! generally endeda I President, THE defendant and all interested, will
TtlOS. A. TOWNSEND. notice, that the above suit hag
victory with feat His Seer who
:a by
.
; been commenced
Vice President, by attachment in the Su
means, of my?tic signs in the heaven*, pre-r Ffrr.Sccrctarvj perior Court for the Southern District of

"",,- ..-- --:-- _. tended to foretell coming events! had do-' ASA F. Florida, and they arc required to appear
-
and plead to the declaration at the
rt 'i THC EKOOIRSR. 0 dared to him hb speedy downfall.. Amn-i 1 Jos.. A. TIIOUKON.J >,> term of said court. A. GOKDOM,next

ra'h laughed him toBrurn, *<********."**]( .. ; ,. Treasurer (oct. 15-13m] Atty. for Pl'rT.

';;;c' KEY 'VES'Ji"LOHIDA.; .. *** The music erased suddenly, and tliol S' Oliver O'Hara, )

'i ./j. countenances nrt"noble revellers' C\n-\I\ ., .'. '. .. .'r. II. SI1A\v.c vs. > Attachment.. '
., Directors John
;
f1t. .tl' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1831.' ly clinngcd from the plowing flush of >wild Harris. i
,0\ ; JL'5.. :,o. TIIOCRO.V. PETE C. IhsLor. THE defendant, and all interested, will
iff I delight to the ashy paleness of despair ;i Electing Committee, notice, that the above suit baa
:;: WE take: great pleasure in announcing for the startling en of "To war: to war1'! been commenced by attachment the Superior

,, r. 'the arrival of tho Rev Mr. BENNETT of the filled all with horror. Amnrath, unshcath-i, S. R MALLORT, ABA F. TUT. florida Court, and they for the Southern District of
are to
-- required appear
t Protestant Episcopal Church, from the Diocese ing! his sword bade his attendants! to f d.' and plead to the declaration at the next .

i of New York, and that Divine service low, and rushed to the fray. Long and PASSENGERS term of said court. A. COUPON,
In the Arethusa from
brig Capt. Bright, : [oct.1S 13m]
will 1)0 in the court house on Atty.rtr Pl'ff.
performed
the conflict the
bloody was: ; plains of Mo- New York. .

i ', Sunday next at 11 o'clock A. M. We understand dine literally ran with blood ; but the star FOR KEY WEST.-Wm. A. Whitchrad, Joseph Wheeler, i .

\ ';" .'f ) ) that the Wardens and Vestry of of victory Lenin settled on his banner, that j'. f Lady tart/ servant ; Rev Mr. Bentiet, Lady n. > In Attachment. 'I '

:, .' {: i St. P.iul'a Church (for which a charter' was banner was shortly to wave o'er his grave.) and child ; F A Browne, l sq.; bars John Harris. j I
: defendant, and all interested
the .tive Council in IP- Malloiy l \ ; Messrs. Wilson and Lewis. THE will I
obtained of
: Legisl I Inrtnllytvnnnded be borne that
'J' ;: was hardly to Foil Sr. l\lAuKs.-Mr. Smith eel Lady notice, the above suit has

'. : : 1 .33,) have had a meeting, and we doubt not, his sumptuous palace ere he expired. With ; Miss Collins; Messrs.:: Gibbs, Drake, beep commenced by attachment in the Superior
Court for tho Southern
: District
'" .that such. arrangements have been made, by the life of Amurath fled his !H Sno i h Mrs. and two of i.
: conquering,! genius Manoy; \ use, t ; Alyera Florida. and they are required to appear '
" { .\\. them,, aa will insure the comfort of their I and his: arch enemy, Kahmotid Bey, children. and plead to the declaration at the next I

'. :Minister and( his familyand givo all aid to soon become master of Arabia Felix -:: -. --.. term of said court. A. GO: DON, ,

the t in view in his coming here that (oct. 1513m] Ally for Pl'ff.
objects! Thus fell thin mighty Amurath: who
of and & MARINE LIST J
the circumstances our population
from to the summit of
rose obscurity power, PATENT VEGETA-
, ; d condition will allow. The sound of they by his own valor; yet a love of pleasure ..- ._--,- WHITLAW'S V.\ POURBATHS. (

( .4t C1i'irch-goii' bell" at Key West' will :,e PORT OE KEY WEST. .-The subscriber respectfully informs .
had, like a cancer! worm, nestled in his bosom
the citizens
ofKf.Y West,that he has, i
had
novel yet from the experience until, by destroying! Ids vigilam-o: : it with considerable expense, established the 1

iW:'! during the short stay of the RcvRIr-Bm. had caiifcd: his ruin. Alas how KNTKKKD.: ; above named Bathe in a retired part of the

f \rat\.;,' tint us in 1833, we may confidently many Eliza city on Whitehead street where he hopes
; "t:! among mighty geniuses are then in o"r land, Oct. 25-Schr. WellingtonNassauj to obtain liberal shale of public patron.

1;'. :t"/' :% expect an attentive and more numerous: I whose talents have: raised them to an enviable ; N.' P. age. Convalescents and strangers resorting ,

:l WS J i audience than: could any where else he g"- ; their fellow 1, 27.-Brig Aicthusa, Bright, N. Y. the South for their health wit find great
prominence! among men, U A. Packer Havana relief from the of this celebrated f
:: Sloop Energy, use Bath.
; M / ; llit-red !in proportion to the whole population I
uboli\e! Amurathyalso cherish a \'ip{ r,wlllrhI ballast: The undersigned is also furnished with the
} ,.: ,t'. and'from the testimonials :' Ir.B. brings l i I vegetable preparations
> must sooner or Infer-as it nas: too many=' u 39 Sloop Paragon! II. Packer, Havana necessary in use df

..'.'"'"''\'. J":: with him, we may anticipate the happiest.. I I'p destroy: them 1 That viper is ardent spirits! ,. SI1I\ tics. the:-baths. The effects of the Vapour Batharc

: ,. ':tesults from his ministrations. Let it be rooted! outof! the land. CLEAnED 1st, To equalize the circulation of the

'' We are also advised l that Mr. B. is well D. U. ll J.p J. Oct, !23;! ,, Sloop Dolphin Burlington, Ha blood, and hence to remove coldness of the

;::' fliipplird. : with books tor a Sunday and other, !f), ''It, ,i'+ \P tt-A,ri" ./. vana, bullait. hands and feet, and to lessen! the d<.termination ,

'; yt 11 ',school, both of which, it U in c nternplaf IN ADMIRALTY.: ,..\ ,II. U 27, Liberty>,> Joso Sylva, Scni. or flow of the blood to the head. 2d. I
l bal. To promote sweat and re-establish insensible j
tillil to establish under his guidance au-1 i
and
perspiration( thereby to relieve '
: WM. 1T. Ein'IIFL-Libcltant. iv Energy, A. Packer, do. internal inflammation/. To
-direction. X>1t4... evr .t- 1I'tnptoOof
t .N *. f Libel 29, Brig Arothusa, Bright, Saint/ diminish nervous in liability ; and in no instance I

t:. Ollr rcicleri will o!>srvo by an advertisement : Cargo, &.c. saved from Brief Willfur sal- Marks, su iid i it-?. has it failed to euro the dploretix.4tl :.- i;
I jam, John\, Martin, Respondent ; vage. p' 30, Sciir. Eliza, Wallington, Mo- 'I a promote cutaneous eruption, and I I
that Edward
\
in -( paper, Capt.
The Ilistory lof tl.iHasc is contained in bile. remove diseases of the skin. 5th.) To remove I

,;. Glover Ifcuestiiblisfied! on Whitehead street' the pl.nd in1'be brig bilged very shortly sloop Paragon,II Packer, Ha- the effects of Mercury and lead from I

"' : ''::; jn I this city! Wbiih\v's: Patent Vi-getable: I after she struck and filled with water, and vantl,livo fish the system 6th To promote absorption of i

:". Medicated: Vapour Batlis: from the use ofle' when assistance! was procured, the cargo 31, Alert, Irfithem, do. dropsical effusions. 7th. To relieve difficulty
: and
of breathing, hence to asth
1\ had to Tr taken out by diving to tie bottom 1 cure
'5f '\\hidi tho mist salutary effects have been in vater, putrid, and offensive, from tho *. Tickler, Brightman, do. mas, and other diseases of the chest and ',i

, felt by 'persons erected with the most ol- length of time it had been in her hold, and No. 1, ,Schr.! Black Hawk, Greene, lungs. 8th. To strengthen the stomach, t
from its commingling with various pcrishahlo St. 1\Iarkp: and impart a tone to the digestive organs, I tend
', ,'tl } !9.inatc loathsomerornplaiuts.. It H wished articles helongingto her leading, in addition IIEPORTLDVIS ELS. euro dyspepsia with its consequent disorders .

j, 1 that these celebrated Duths may have a fair to which the weather was had duringthe 9th. To promote ,the healing of

i:'"*? trial, and if successful, Capt. G. may receive greater part of the time employrd in Schr Tcxw, Walker, 14 days Horn Bos- scrofulous and chronic ulcers. 10th. To
: and rheumatic
4 rendering the service, so much so as to injure ton; l bound to Ptnsacola; spoken off Sand remove gouty paint and
:f*); t l.a; liberal shape of public' pntronage.: and. expose the property of the Sal. J Key on the 25th tilt swellings from the joints, and cure Lumbago

; "I..... vors, to great peril. Under all tho circnm- 1 Sciatica, tic.llth. .
: .'.Ii 0 Ma. Lntroa-t gives me much satisfaction stances, I cannot thinkJthat ono moiety of Schr. Orono, Stevens: 0 toys from, New .-1 he Quincy-the bath has never

: to see again a Newspaper establish the nett amount for which tho prope rty may York, bound to Pensacola Saw 'a ship foiled to relieve it. lath The Croup. It

..tit' : cd ,in our city, and I earnestly 1 that y
may bu amply remunerated for your unJer- vors for their services.! on the 26h; tilt Hooping Cough Givesgreat relief 14th.
: ing. The cargo is all materially damaged, and I The Measles. No instant e of death has taken -
\ .:: tj, *'. Modest and unassuming will probably sell for a small sum, and tho i II Two ships and a brig passed Sand Key placewhenthebath has beep employed.15th. .
ng mo
: :
,; ,.. appears services rendered in saving: it, have been I on iko 24th October, bound to westward. To prevent and cute discharges; of
Key We
'f Mi mil puictwity on your part, insure An application Itas been made by the late Horn New York bound to New Orleans, organs. l6tL. To cure-acute and chronic
+', fir its column.-, much information! that may masterof the brig, to allow son compensation Sand on-the 26th Octo- inflammations the bath when judiciously
be espvchlly important: to those engaged ill to his two mates, for their exertionsto : passed Ujty.Light medicated a certain specific 17th. To- J

mercantilo pursuits' --aim of not hers con sive the property, their fidelity in the I 0'her allwll,,' cure Gout in all its forms, in a shorter penn

fpq'iencc' to tho"e connected with ollicesof discharge' of their duties,after the disaster! ,I The brig Dromo, Kearney, 4 days from od of time than any agent hitherto used.-
and the constant labor and privations to 18th. The bath hai never failed to euro the
rnaiine assurance in the who'e country, St. Mark", bound to New YOlk passed I
which they were 'IOpoJecJ.-ln! of this
Which facts if can have: patience fur; cases tlirough the N. W. on the 31 Oct. Cholera Morbus. 19th. Intermittent (or,
,
n you sort I think a compensation for extraordinary passage guest typhus, and continued fevers ; the {
I their full ascertainmetit, and development, exertions to those on board should he bath relieves and without the

__ ._____.. cures necessity
.,', It'ill. be' certain to make: for you enough of allowed. It will operate as an inducementto -n of blood leltin 20th. Insanity. la '
others, and may he the means of saving WbilUw failed in {
: patronage: List of Letters no case bas Mr. restoring
'
'1' In your last number I did not observe much valuable property, which without in the l'oltOlYico at Key to a sane state, patients put under his treatment ,
\ such exertions, might he totally lost ; I REMAINING and the of,this establishment
notice of late nortIN'-\\'hich in October t proprietor
: first
any our day of 18-
therefore allow fifty dolbn" in this case to authorized him to that all I
the harbor indicated) more of trouble the each of the mates for their good conduct 34, which! if not taken out within t'uree by say
r of be cured his system I
insanity can by
have had months will be sent to the! General Post Office cases
Gulf( in JUlY appeatance we in and as a compensation for their additional when there is malformation. fist. Hy
fUwelvernonjh. I am happy I to say that ni labor and fatigue.Wherefore:= as dead Ictten.D.Bethel drophobia. This1 dreadful milady, which
Jet; we know of no serious disaster as a it is considered and decreedby James, Btubnel H. C. up to the present time has defied the skill of
the court, that the marshal forthwith i C-Clark,George, County Court,Judge*
consequence) thereof. Our mail bent returned proceed the medical practice.. has been successfully
J. P.
M-McKane, Tully, McDonald
and advertise for sale, on Wednesday WMtlaw and also in
to port on the evening of the IC'li treated by Mr. a number
Mcr\inne Ann Martin, R. W.
the 5th inst. all the saved from.tho
with loss of her he cargo of cues by the physician and surgeon> .
ptav went to
jib -! sea! N Neill, Frederick.
brig William, not previously sold and that his
; who have adopted 22d. J'ats .
system.
the and renchod I. dian I. 1 P Ezekiel ,
again on 18th Key, the nett proceeds of sale together with the -Park 1H It gradually relieves t3d. It has proved
whirrh. placo we are informed l, she :'eft on proceeds of other Kales of said cargo which 'Roberts, Joseph effectual cure for in Us "
an cancer ( incipient
t', the evening of tSeSlat.! Also the United have come to his hands, he paid into the 8-Stone, L. M.TTillingbart pila.scu" Palntefi'cboUc
1 stages) ervety ,, ,
D'
i i States Transport Schooner Motto, which I I Registry of this court. And it is further P. 2 spinal affections, palpitation of the heart,
A' P M.
1' ordered that the clerk after he shall have PATTERSON,
\ to the
favorable opportunity to put for letters will inflammation of eyes, fits, stiff neck,
Persons cal'ing please
sea, returned' on the evening of the IGlh, I received said sums of money,pay one moiety whether advertised. lay nettle rash, jaundice, ulcera'ico of the 1
to h 'r anchorage ground ; and a. her Commander : thereof to the Li''"ellant, for, and on account I C o'Z23w they] are throat,liver complaints,scald had, and 8t.
of all concerned as Salvors therein )
; .,
Vit. Dance.
with in her : .....
reports, four feet water
hold.! '. V'J" and that of the other moiety, he pay fifty wo. The bath will___ be open from__ 9 o'clock ''
K. t
.. .; ; dollars each to Benjamin Cole,and Francis 7/i the Superior Court of the Sojthern Judicial A, M. until P M. I
'. ((AAI ttti t!I Taylor, late mates of said brig, for their murk of Florida EDWARD GLOVER. :
t I exertions after said wreclcfd
hrig was and
Eta THE z.. c4Crdnr after paying the cost of this suit,' that he tic ard Roberts! \ [no,. 1-Stfj

Tt the waj the rcsideue of said monies to John Yl. f5T -
wa3 midnight : banquet-hall pay over
:Martin, late master of said bri:,rur, and on Qalci of Cotton, pick ( In Aimiralty. WE are authorized to announce Colonel'
thronged with revellera ; Amuraththcgal- account of all concerned therein.JVMESWEBO. ed tip at sea.I ) WILLIAM B. NOTTALL *, a 1

Im!.; 'itit dissolute Amurath, reigned king ALli I persons Iotersled in the above case candidate to represent the Territory of f
i heXby'notified, that all the residuebf Florida, in the 54tl Congress of' the United \{
<,f tho feast. The music of the Persians
J ude. the mOD "'ror which the above Cotton St'tef.
riinaerel commingling with the exquisite Sept. 31 1az L vat mid ly. tbe. Marshal of this District,

melody ortho Arabian flutes, floated on tfterthe payment of the salvage and expen- re authorized to announce Colonel
sesinsa'tausehas ,beep paid into the Registry WE JAMES GADS DEN as a candid :
perfumed zephyrs over the assemblage ;iII ArPOIYTfF.\7: nv TIIC Pl1umz. of the ,Court, where it will. remainfor ate to represent the Territory of Flprida.in

the light footsteps of Lr'3bt..cyecJ dancing ADAM GORIKIN, To I 110 Attorney for nine months, unless sooner claimed by the 24th Congress of the United. .States. ;

girls glided over the marble r.avement-al1 the Southern District of Florida, in the the person or persons entitled to tbe fame, .
place of Edward or hit or their authorized ar at. r
K.
I was: tAst magnificent! most beautiful !_ j Y. Corn Ad,. 10th Chandler Oct. resigned.- legal. U. DAY, C'11(. jJE Vr are. authorized M. WHI'lEisIcandidate to al aOtlACo'ColoadJ. -
'flte Bj U. X. NEWCOMB.D.C. .
senses were satiated drowned in
very j jnjnrmenl [ollmStp] to represent the Territory ef Florida,
. In the 54tb Congress of the United States.WE .
The FORT ADAMI.- -Morflthan five hundredmen 4 -j
entertainment hate
tSwvurcJ gorgeous feebly to dtscrilievas we given en-by are employed tin the great fort, at the JOSEPH A. TIIOURON Key We tAM Auctrorcca, aro authorueo to announce Major

entrance of Newport Harbor. The weekly rm WYATT a candid.

:Amurathjfj. hom.rcf a > plcndidl l nctorv l be I disbiirsetnen! are abou twelve thocsanddo'hrs. I LIN V SHELL, ATTOINET AT ate t. represent the Territory Florida,

.v- "\ h>'1) < lined over the Turks, r.th .- Y.. Com. Ady H L4'UJ", TaU baJJee. Middle Florida in the 24tb Congress of the UMlodStates.r'1 .

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,, .,.,.... ..- about* he fears... The windows' were filled) Golconda, is a virgin's heart, and more devoted I Specimens of pleasing in Conversation. 1
--- various
I of Mecca, is wo- -There are elegancies of manner!
,'''SCEtTANEO S. with tVhes of lurid light. The new mister than the idolatry
the first and most conspicuous of which :
view to
= .._ -'='I of the house, not knowing what to think man's love. There is no sordid i
I
in the It is a the art of pleasing in conversation, for
: feeling.
self interest
SKETCHES OF HUMAN FOLLY. of the matter, went out one morning to ex gratify I shall down
and characteristic of her nature, which purpose lay such plain
I It From the London JVrw Monthly ...1TagdincJ1f' plore the adjacent! territory; snow was on principle infatuation which absorbs rules as cannot fail to render every person
the ground, and he clearly traced upon it a faculty and an '
t Jttl'j. the of feet which neiiher and concentrates all the fervor of her soul, perfectly agreeable, who strictly adheres to
impressions were
Perhaps there is nothing less surprisingin ,those of horse (lie of and all the depths, of her bosom. I would my precepts. Independent of hems, short
a nor cow, nor any
the history! of human weakness than the known animal Dot the alarm of the town rather be the idle of one unsullied and coughs!, and significant gestures, there are '.

deep and painful belief in the existence or became indescribable when it unpractised heart, than the monarch of empires numerous graces at the commenceme.T of
was ascertained -
p t spirits of a friendly end of a hostile character converaatio that be used
,
that Cantius had been actually seen I would rather possess! the immediate a may to great

which may be traced through almost by several persons riding up and down in impassioned devotion of one high-soul-' advantage; they serve as a kind of prologue.to

} every ago and climate. When a man is the court-yard of \lli3\ cidC' ant domicile, and) cd and euthusiastic virgin, than the syco- jho entertainment, such as twisting but.

walking alone in the gloom of night, he not only hero, but also in the public streets, phantic fawnings of millions. Thcic is tons. flirting. fans. and- above all, tremendous I
feels that ho has to trust to hU mind for
; and along I he neighboring valies and hill, more thrilling felicity derived from an onion .pinches of snuff.If ,
I the light that ;is: to conduct him on his jour uncontaminated gentleman wish to
and a lady
with a terrific rapidity, as if he had beenchased of two guiltless appear
_
1 i I nor'.' The outlines of his own frame are of Alexander learned )before they
by some infernal hUl1t man. The hearts, than all the conquests very company suppose
/! I no longer! Visible: to too eyp, all outward objecfs ground flashed with fire as he fled on his the wisdom of Socrates, or the wealth totally ignorant of the subjects, the art is

, I assume a similar shadowy form, and course o\cr the rocks and ridges of the of Cra sus would afford. very easily acquired by a proper mixture of

I between the optici! illusions which are pro- mountains. The general world know nothing e Romans, Gauls, ancients Picts &c., with "
duced by darkness, and his alarm for his occasional dashes of the of
At one time Cantius was seen wrestlingwith things. None can appreciate the refinement -livmity Homer,
own safety, ho recoils more and more upon an unhappy Jew, and torturing him of pure feelings, but those who by the elegance of Virgil, ,and 'other allusionsto
that is within him for
thesucco
the spirit with the most wanton ferocity. At anoih nature, or some peculiar property of the the classics; but be sure:, Whatever be Ux
he stands in Under .
which need. these
s circumstances of it is almost unavoidable er, a wagoner reported that as he approach. mind, are qualified to drink of the depth of subject, let your words he well chosen, nnd

unless ed the town, Camilla met him. and vomited its gushing and sparkling fountains. out of the common' vulgar tract, as for example
ho bo endowed with firm and well .
n
intellect that at the fire in his face. The parson of the parishwas None can know the elysium of possessing :-" Sir, though tho vehemence of

disciplined much more conscious, being of his etherial moment every night rolled backward and for a heart, until they know the value of a your argument may vibrate on rn}' lympin-

than of his physical nature ho should ward in his bed by Cantius, who did not gem so priceless-until they can think of um, yet your mere om! assertions will never

the forest or the plains, around with people leave him until he was quite exhausted.- (einltodying something too holy to bemingled I undermine the basis of my understanding: ; .

of description. The parson's wife was treated in the same with the grosser images of passion the Romans, it is well known, found the '
phantoms ,
-.'Ono of tho every most extraordinary instances manner by Cantius, who usually penetrated and humanity, until they at least imagine Cathenchlani a magnanimous and wai-like ';

that have fallen within notice so far (through the casement in the' shape of a the spirit of n seraph has been clothed with community, and I maintain they were tho \

concerns the general fiuih: my in. thin existenceof as dwarf.. A hoys lips were found pressed together imperishable mortality. ancient Cassia;Ptolemy and Dio pronounce d'

and consequently the in such a way that he could not open When this wild dream mingles with the them the Catuellani. and not unfrequenily 1
spirits,
tho dead retuf1ingagain to life,possibilityof is the .tory them a{;ain This was the work of Cant ius. colder and more calculating visions of life, the Cattidtiduni." p

of Johannes Cantius, which was relatedto At a certain hour of the night, the candles the world may put forth its anathemas, misfortunes As such, are two pretty words, properly $

Dr. Henry1 Moore by a Silesian physician burned with a dismal blue flame. ItVa!! may shower down Us adversities, managed by young ladies from boarding -I

k1 t.l and the truth of which cannot be disputed., the sire ;
1.do not'Jor course, mean to express .Howls filled over night with milk, were ((1I1e angel of would scarcely destroythe such, I admire him. "She is certainly an

belief in tho tale ''hat Cantius after my his found empty in the morning, or the mill unutterable cestacies of this heaven descending elegant woman, as suchshe claims attcnlio rit"

death appeared again in his native town it was turned into blood; old men were discovered happiness n" The bonnet was described tomeas

is ,certain, however, that his townsmen were; in their hed:! strangled; the waterin BOLEYN'-Aflcr' particularly fashionable, as such 1 purchased
violently'agitated for sometime by rumorsto the fountains WH; 'ieriled t ; cows were ANNE her condemnation it. ..

ll that effect, and that these rumors were already sucked dry when the mills- maid no dejection was visible in Anne's department ( But what is chiefly to be admired i is, 1 fle; ,

credited to a great extent throughout the claimed her usual tribute; dogs were seen 1 ;.even hearing of her brothel's pleasing way some people have of telling

t whole. province of Silesia. dead with their brains 'kt ockcd out, and the death she betrayed no violent emotionsWhen .- what they conceive to be a pointed story ;

: Can il1s was one of the Aldermen of the, poultry disappeared-all these extraordinary her days were numbered, she seemedto their dispatch, taste, elocution, and wit

i town of lVrtscband bore a high reputation; occurrences were the doings of Cant ills. have lost sight of care and sorrow; much claim particularatlention. I shall therefore

fer integrity an I good sense. Tlio mayor In the shades of the evening a lied ap' of her time was spent in devotion; at intervals give an example! in order to illustrate: my

gent for him one day to assist in settling a peared looking out from the window of an she conversed with her wonted grace precepts.

dispute which had taken place betweensome old tower ; ,suddenly it changed its form, and animationoccasionally quoting her favorite Ah! poor Ned, I shall never forget him,

wagoners and a merchant of Pan- and assumed that of a long staff or a horrible passages of poetry. On the evening he was a droll feller; I'll tell you a good -

.l rtonia. monster-it was Cantius. In short, previous 'to her execution, she prosL rated joke! of Ins;, you knew] 'Ned, I dare say-a

;;:When the reference was brought to a conclusion so numerous were the shapes which this herself before the Lady Kingston, deplor- stout little man-wore his own hair; zounds
4" the unquiet ghost assumed, and such the ing the rigor with which she had sometimes
'i mayor invited Cantius to stirper was you must recollect him, or you recollect;
; the invitation was accepted The terror which he excited among the good treated the Princess Mary, and conjuring nothing; a fine feller in hid way; his wife s

Supper, as usual,in all mansion-houses, was folks ot Pertsch, that travellers avoided the that lady, in her name, to supplicate forgiveness kept the Hummer, and a pretty woman she ..

excellent, and nobody enjoyed the feast town, trade decayed, and 1 the citizens were of the step-daughter whom she was-but t11:1I's neither here nor there 1

more than Cantius, who frequently exclaimed impoverished so much, that measures were had offended. In making this solicitation, say, I had been to enquire about louJiy

I while ho quaffed the mayor's Rhen- at length taken for the purpose of ascertaining her mind was probably impressed with ap- ticket, I forgot the number, but my that's no '

ish, It is good to to merry while wo may, whether the alderman was dead or alive. prehensions for Elizabeth, over whom Jane matter; but I remember they told me it was

] for misahiefs grow up. daily." Being 'obliged i- Accordingly: a body of people proceeded Seymour was soon to assume maternal au a blank; I dare to say I look'd a little quter-

however, to leave the parly early, inconsequence to open his grave; all his neighbors nonexistent thority. Till midnight she communed ish. Ned saw it directly. How do <

of a journey winch he had to who had, been buried before or after with her almoner. At
ri -perform, he returned homo, went to his stable him, were found to havo undergone the arose with a serene aspect, conversing with doubt that," said lieu What right haw .

and ordered out one of his gel.lings.- usual process of "dust to dust," while the as much ease, as if she mad been indifferent you to dispute my word," said I U 1

When tho horse was led to the door, it appeared enticle Johannes was as Hurt and florid to the approaching event. Kingston him- pardon," said he, nnd'was going but as .. ",
U) have lost a shoe. Cantius lifted and his limbs as supple, as if I he had only self was astonished at her deportment, de howsomever 1" did not like way,
the of the j just fallen asleep. A staff (r daring that he had to fcuarrel; with
animal tit info
leg to look at the hoof I was his seen many die, but never mm about
nothing, d'ye
see so' I
It 4.a1 4. when it gave him a violent kick in the sto I hand-he grasped it with the strength' of a I before saw any one who rejoiced in death told him nil about it which; up anti

mach. He tried out immediately that hew giant;; ,His. eyes opened! and closed a!!ain. In the course of the morning she c\'en- ral i me by the hand in his, upon shaking!
hearty
.1I.1- dead,__man.. ,..for. that. his interior was all A vein in his:! leg was lanced, and blood i issued lied on her approaching execution; but this mind it," said he, "'Wor e luck way-"Ntv.-r the
from now
.on fire. He fell sick,. and exhibited the it in a copious stream. AU this occasional pleasantry did not suspend her better nest time. Ha ha ha! Gent lenie, *
.
T. greatest agon} of mind, saying that his sins happened after Cantius had been reputed to serious: reflections; and she requested Kingston my service to R *
you. ,
have f C
were, so enormous that they could never be occupied his grave six months. An to bo present, when she receive. the .

forgiven., .This disclosure was so inconsistent inquest was held on the body, for which sacrament, that he might attest her protes Adtice.-

nw with the general habits of his life, that there was a precedent in the case of a tations of innocence. his friends? Would a min wish to offend

no1 arson could account for it, until by shoemaker of Breslaw, and the judges con She afterwards expressed hei regret that Would lover let him offer them nd'ice-

tome means it was discovered, or suspect- demned the' alderman to bn burnt. But a she had yet some hours to live, declaring a wish to know thesnrest method .

Cd, that, with a vieiv'to secure his worldly difficulty still remained to be got over; for, that, she longed for the moment of eman- offer by whch: to lose his mistress?-let him

IJ.i 'interests, be 'Iad'5uld,'his soul to the Prince with all the efforts they could make, they cipation and triumph" Nor did her re;o- bo advice. In short, aroyou desirous to

\ "/ ..bfjDarkness. It was then remembered, could not reniove the body from the grave; lutlon falter as that time approached when universally hated,avoided, and despised,
a ; the
.bough a prosperous man, his riches came it was so heavy. At length the citizens by a prudent precaution of Kingston, strangers have means are always in our power. We

;, :Jo'him very suddenly, and that a mysterious had: the good luck to discover the horse : were dismissed from the Tower, and areinfalhble.J,1. to advise and tlc! consequence
black' cat which had killed Cantius and not more than '
I, was seen frequently in his cum though the thirty persons admitted to The
; pariy. The moment of his death was sig- tug' -was tremendous, this animal) succeeded I witness the catastrophe. By one of those friendship' of two; young ladies, tho'

f 1I 1U t, Wized by the commencement of an awful disinterring the remains. Another formidable few spectators, Anne Boleyn is stated to apparently founded upon the rock of eternal -

'te/npesf} which raged at his funeral still obstacle to the absolute dissipation have approached the fatal spot Jith perfect attachment, terminated in the following

'more tremendously; hut when he was bu- of the body remained to be conquered; it composure; that her countenance was cheer. manner: My sweet girl, I do not think

I IL "tied;all was calm again, as if the earth had was placed over a fire; but it would not fuland retained all its wonted preeminenceof your figure suited for dancing, and as a sin

.been relieved of the presence of some de- burn This is a very extraordinary story. beauty. At this moment, superior to from cere friend of yours" I advise you torefraiiV

raon. But its preservation, and the minuteness selfish fears, or unavailing she advanced it in future. The latter, natural
.
regrets,
t. After he was buried, a rumor arose that with which details so great a variety of surrounded by weeping attendants-, ed affected"I by such a mark of sincerity, repli- k,

F : a spirit was seen walking about on the circumstances, clearly show that, even if it whom she vainly attempted to reconcile dear: am very much obliged to you, my f i
pre to for
'uses of the late Alderman. The report had been wholly invented, it must have her destiny Among these the most cherished friendship your advice; this proof of your ;i a

'.received confirmation t strong" from the been, at all events,suited to the credulity was Wiatt's, sister, with whom A'!rie demands some returns; I would

> 'watchman of the ward,'who1eposed that of the age. continued in earnest conversation and at t sincerely recommend to you to relinquish .
t
i he heard. unusual,.. .noises. .in tho houseas if parting, presented to her, with a benignant resemble your singing, as soma of your upper notes ;
the
------ ----
. j persona were wiinm it, throwing the turn- From the United States Telegraph. smile, a small manuscript prayer book, feline melodious squeaking of tho
.tare and which the race.The! advice of wal
: t every thing else about in the most A VIRGIN HEART. afflicted friend was ever after ac- tallowed-.tho neither
Y reckless manner. He added that the customed to wear in her bosom one continued to sing, the f
gates, There is nothing under as a sacred
heaven other
tvhich : so deli- to dJncC--and
were barred relic of
carefully imperishable they never after! met
every night attachment. To
the her
cious
as
possession of fresh but as
and enemies.
found
were wideopen early in the pure other companions she
very mor 'immutable affections The made the same be- .
ningalthough; nobody vas known to have most felicitous quest, beseeching them not to _
moment of man's: life the grieve, be-
withdrawn the ecstatic of all ".lran that is '
bolts, or to have passed thro1 his emotions and cause she was thus doomed to die, but to born of a- woman! is so
the gates.. The agitation of the scene ex which he receives sympathies, is thlt.in pardon her for not having always addressed beautiful, and tender, and solemn expression
tended even to the late worthy Alderman's an avowal of affection them with becoming mildness ,that in the whole of language
from the idol of his heart. The ; then ascending compass ,
horses They appeared jq; the morning all! I o:' feeling when in their springs the scaffold, she addressed the wit- there 13 not another, connected with terres- "

covered with foam, as if they had been rid- fountains of unsealed! and youthful purity are nesses of her death, with a calm and'even trial existence.that awakens deeper feelings, .
den
i vast distances during the night,and gushing tender- smiling countenance then that associates sa many affecting idea or
it would yet ness; the spell that once draws them forth ; uncovering her I j
appear from the nfcck.she knelt comprehends more of what .
1 --strange noises in tho down and fervently Pcula- is lovely nod
ej
'they made, that they had: never been out of dying mystic light of fntureyears: and un- ted: '<'I"o Jesus Christ Icommend m v soul'!" awful, and dear, in alliance with our social "
stable,- The memory. Nothing in life is so I But nature while it
dogs pure
performed their though her head ; touches with personal
part and so aerated vas meekly submitted ap-
as woman'
'In the : love. It
the' whole general town awake incantation, (cjr, they kept tens not whether it ,be for husband or child mat., refused to the axe, the intrepidity with which she plication every individual of the species.
by their the -
.howling) the night long in barking and ,sister orbrother. ,iU$ the same pure and too bandage for sometime. delayed terTexas.Information :
a most extraordiairv accomplishment of her : has been given from
.
unquenchable flame, the same constant and sentence; the us ;
manner..
touching expression of her a gentleman recently arrived in j
A immaculate glow of feeling whose eyes disarmed: this citr.who
paid servant of Pertsch, fchp paid unde even her executioner and it left Texas about the first
niable: touchstone b tried was at length January, Jfct' not __
peculiar attention to the transactions by stratagem that he less than fifteen l hundred L .'
th:1t'were Do but give her one token of love seized the moment fur families f. the
going on, swore that she one gIving the Um ed States
heard! have
some death.
kind stf into
An
person word or gentle loot, even if it be Iot exclamation gone tbarcountry'during G
riding and down of the'
up the anguish
horseback stairs 00 amidst desolation and death the from the spectators past winter with the intention of
and galloping through the feelings qf which was: quickly settling there.-.Voifo
Adv.
tyoms. that overpowered
The faithful heart will gush forth by the dis-
house hook to its foundation I as a torrent charge of
and she in despite of artillery announcing the event, A -9uH.-Tho
book
Bought every moment that earthly jbond or mercenary the last honor of health says-"The
tt would offered
tumble 10 the
tie. More than the memory of Anne greatest part of the
priceless gems of I Uoleyn..-J/wj Bengcr I t arrow root spld in Eng 'F
land is made from ,
the !
l potatoe
lll

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