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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: November 8, 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: UF00049046:00005

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";' { "'iT tl E, 'Q "U'I It I R. pilot, at (least six miles from the'light house Lope from -.'-------- ...--J i ", ./ -, '. ,.' ........... .,- '1 ...I.I'' tliIiI'
tbeirunit II IIPROPOSALS
"7.I; ... ... on the Island of Key West.- .tQ be able .liUl'ancl experienco, w"'. 't.l8 | fll! (i- T\. <> .. ,/
i to give full satisfaction ,
to
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< tnlTED Afi PUIILISItiD 5. Bo it farther en cted,- That all my favor them with orden. ...... ,
..' '1 suits end prosecutions I' The : .. .,
i" provided for in this introduction of machinery, in place sfaiifwti! IBYiE.
;,1'AIf.t't't! BY J. ATKINSON. act,.tun be had in the Superior Court of of the tedious ..nd' .unbealthy practice of m T;

1"-i 1''.," __ tho County aforesaid'or, before the Judge casting typo by liand'longadesWeratum by JC .N.BWIS... PA: .p1.E'R" S J
thereof ,
'TER in Chambers. the European abd "::j ',
tS.-Jfivc Dollars American Founderswas To '1.firii 'd '"
: per annum. 1 Sec. 6. Bo it further enactedr'Thaf American' .11 1.II.. j
by
;> the ingenuity and '' ,
ADY&RTiu'iINTs'io'erted a heavy eipendituro {I'' '' \ ;_'t"
at the rate of following, fees and rates pilotage be allow .time and bn'the ,K Y'waS:
Ono money; part of our : I1NQVIR
Dollar and "
Fifty/ Cents per'sq\laro. for ed b each! and '
every pilot, first for piloting senior( artoer, first ,:
successfully' '
the accomplish
Ibr'first insertion, and Seventv-Five Cents and,conducting, a', ship or vessel in or outf ed. Extensive iiseofktheoachiae cast lett T' >fE \1N'ntns'r.il i
each subsequent'continuance., ore any part of the Florida Reef. 8e cond. ter, has fully 's ed, and established its 'spectfulty; tooIIet ED begsleave t1ig
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t )i! :: 1r ly, from any part of the said Reef to the por4, traorIt1In'e'e particular, over that" cast i ; 'P1Pppai{ thetas to (bigy '
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F of Key VVcst.ot Indian Ket.. n'through .rdta :' i P : ; a
kl'or the information of.Mariners, generally, either of tho channels leading- --- into---# The Letter Foundry business wiWhVre 00'teiS)o! title,; .It tah.U
....'j' ;: :' we have procured from the Collector the the ..o
port or harbor of Key'Wcst after/ bo, carried mmerciaJ
t aforesaid '
on by tho paitics' In- .
":9: f \- .. following schedule of the situation of the before tblligentc. party
: to wit.
., for every foot of. water.which such named under the firm of WhiteHsgar&co. .Controversy shlJJ be.. ew
/ ( Light Houses along t''o Florida shore, ship or vessel tirr1d exCluded; .
may draw? the turn of twodal- Their specimen .exhibits .
: ; .t' a complete,series ..
under his
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superh tenco. lars Fl &
; and for day for which from Diamond uiidc'rsignii
every: such pilot to 14 lines Pica, The BookS ,full ot'b
: awaw
';::, CAPE FLORIDA LIGHT.-Stationary may be detained or employed on board such and News ,'being in the.most: modern difficulty of the task rlo Is about S :
/' .'=Situated on the South side of Key, Biscayne ship or vessel, the'further sum of twodollars. light and sf ylc. take'>andiri i ctiditdcrat1oti to'.undete

': 'about 400 yards frotri'the.beach.:' .- White, Hagar &C6. "a're'a g-eeott''for' the experience{ M s'pbiaWed i the LSoSJ or
;:, The Light may bo considered 70 feet above sale of tho i |i!
-1' Sec. 7. 'Be it further enacted. Smith and Must Printing Press:: iUSlstlnte from friend ? ,
J, .the level of tbc distant That every whom
sca, from the gulftlrcam I c&t which : ,ago and
vessel they furnish !
.1 ; 1 bound either to Indian to Key can to their custom:= quaIfit a tiontl rendct''theni i ; .j
' \-' about 7 miles. Vessels'drawing 10 West except.a licensed .. KCl'" vessel ers,at the ,manttfaoturer'sprices; Chases; the task. !FOf' competent .to, 't
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:: ,; "feet may approach wilMa !21-2 mile of theo Cases, Composition odiq' r4 lit' Icd
and pl
Sticks Ink
and
lightLat.. fl! :* 47 N-Long. CO.,.42 W. shall refuting; to receive a pilot on' board, article used in the Printing t Business: every> I himseJ; 'that,' 8d r fa hit"! :hea ti ft.an aes
_.< i spoken by said pilot six miles kept
: {* I.iGIP' SHIP FLORIDA-Is situated: > spectiveljr? from Indian Key aforesaid ,tt-'or! for sale; attid'frtrnisbed 'on the'shortest, no, strcngth will permit--she publicnay; Xl t
' ;: 'if.nn CarysfordV !Reef nl'a'r the ;ito.of thei, : from,the ; ; tice., Old type: taken in upon'the'utrncrt \ l !
: ; _said Light II Jn'eoD the Island of exchange.. ,for'new r }regulitrity in, ibo 'pubbcs,
: \ 'S old in" Lat. 25 08 !' at 9 cents tlon of U : .
;<: one, N. "Long CO 21 \V'. Key West bo neverthelessand it is per pound. per;
:'-::';:}] /\lt* is easily distinguished, is'tt.'distinct, ? mace
,.' 'fyjf, Rights are shown which can generally: bo .J though such pilot had been taken oo''board, the above three insertions,"will bo entitled, \carli St. and'runt.ro.r r'ec1ih.teUJ ,
V> \ seen at ftie distance of 12 mile Its obi but if not spoken morn than three miles! re- to Five)Dollars in such articles as they may' Wrecks! and,' Wreck : en e ot:
d Pro
' '; papa !COt is to Tarn vessels from the dangerous spectircly frcip tiieabovcmentloncd places select from our specimen. .. '( or cuyand; aleis;
'rerJOr :
;ifSiroci I J and Lol1s ne rwhch: it is placed. then and in case of such refusal at aforesaid New. Vorlr,.J833.., '\.t.. : fleer. xessclsptising? nCar Iht. 'Florins,
' '.:?S: : KKY: WEST 't she itI.' o liable to half d
LIGHT-Stands on tLc pay pilotage, andSec ,'. .
',, & [,no mdT .. PROSPECTUS. j. ;A' -i i tr .O Tui1licNftrl"tirntt', ._ ,.. ..... ::"fI '-5'._rt ,.
&, *7c3t ru-rtftfithe Tsland.of Key West ,-- ', .. ,. ..".. i .. v tu uiv unaer.
" 4r; ;'lj! ..i ,J-at: 2433- N"- Lon*- -,r"ti-. --n 8. -Bo it further enacted That. no ,I ."or Till, -: 1',. < .f' taking, ill please Tecel\eisGbstripital h'nt's aa
,. / \ \ ; e recto J furtbc.purptsopfgllulanltyeh' :! }ffccs shall he demandable for piloting' and : SAVANNAH MERCURr.<. ,r..b:. ii' j\forward. 'tho, names-.to ih<"Editor as'nUn'19

J. ,teb'"Jleo entering the.. harborthq dircc-. Conducting any vesset.if the same be spoken l'D.uii-! .\fiR >\ I {t Ipossrble.! 1 1 S -I *' y '*
MOENINa 1'
:Irons for which are as ( follows; Bring the at a less distance than-three miles from the t ; '- ." 't. ;r : '; j. ATKINSON .
Dcvofed'W
light to bear'N. N. W..and the !abd Key light, house aforesaid, or,from Indian,Key : -Commerce=-\grictiltuco-4'ol., : OcxoEen :;It 1834 -' : .

Wght to bear.W..S. W. and you 'ero 9':the ,, provided, that this seclicn shall'noT be held ,itic's .Litraturo. and,Geaerih'! ,'" ",' ',' "' ":"' ',J,:.
nee in about 5 fathoms water, ; run for Key to extend to any vessel l going 'or coming "
'f1eit; Light until within-ti j 'o miles then through the" northwest'passage'of the bar To be. edited'aid"pib1ished"in! the ,city of .MIRROR. of t1\f11\1 r'

.*.i| eer N. \V. until you open Flecming's Key 'bor., Savannah; tGeo "A 1tVttgltOU: > :
-.which is Mangrove Island in tho uortl.cm tance (Jet yo miles and BY WM.' f ,P8B20DICA r "
a *- a half from .said light BALD\yiNXARKiSpH4+ ,Ono of_the c -
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% : part: of the harbor, and then run (or it. .house. ; ,. .: IIN j :: pre. : the public the proipocJL. FVnl ea.l e.t.. Ppbkl.Uonl' ,io, the;:
'Y ..T.b pc best anchorage is in the upperpart ofgtJAf Sec 0) Bo it further enacted, ,That; in tus of tim :bavthnah MorCury'','p just'r-' .f IHCptinlicatiod' of siatcS4 the 'J' Kvf '
,. harbor ifleiglrt! ; of the Light Ho'tiso "the event 6'fany master of a vessel rdfqsiog gard fur the feelings/ ,of, thosore expebt.to'2. JL riodidiKl will be .above nraedpe Y,

1frltut. the level uf the Sea, 8J feet'6, iticos.! I tor pay'any pilot for his services the' amount servo! as wWae. a,compliance',which time ,:)lit inst. The coinmenced'ogThur.day publisher i ..''

.:.vi.tl.t I :titaturtarV.ti.1U fees'herein! before provided, 'such! 'pilot has'sanctioned,.renders it necessary to give b-is of having;all the natnesbf the* very desjy.:
J GY- I.I.HT-Revolving nice flay* at '"si1lS rehllll, suo' oiit from the of- a b.r.ehynopsil of tlie principle iubsoribera.
.. whicli sh.li. lorw"Nedp I
{ don.to} ; .t1Iat, '} '
\ ,i'51 sccoml.i. ll is tlu.lgst, light on the! jficquftlie clerk'of 'said court 'fthjattachincnt. ; frovcrn sir biircditorlal duties'=- positively ;a* \_urn]
l4st" ; S. w by" fi. '(ro,1) Key.West Light.,, returnable immediately to'thdsaid impressed with the' belief. that in a guvera; ." The number jtsup.of the worlF ir )thb da,..: ';<))
,1t: 21 26 .W. court,or, to tho ment.bke oura'tbe, !tiic4esa"ai'resdyr received,1!;.
: 'N-rLong-. 67 ,. situated! "Judge thereof in Chambers, pre.oriatlun'brth ib. fully jut.tlfies tho issuing
directly on the Reef. 'Me Light 70 feet' hgn7nst flip venial ,piloted or spoken. which j erlics of the: People mainly depcndsofl'lb elrt sid the'first"number of'the; (lubatiOIlj.1\ ,

k 'a oyothesea.fOUTUO ,, Court orttho: said Judge in Chambers, shall' virtup! intelligence patriotism,'and,the, mant;'persona who ivill'bea'fozwarde4to ..
L < \S iuinmarily, 'and Without' tb dissemination.of sound fiaVe'not'uicribeoV
'On"Itinaron! jury,proceed !examine political knowledge'arnon but 'who .havo sijblfiod' their
of"
:t : ,tufts of tjjc Dry Tortugns I:>l od1. ncar.tho: into the facts and law oflho cao', them, and being.actuated by:a:liDo f. doingsoitlialsGprk bould intentiori'
*: iVcstorn extremity of the Reef, in Lat 34 and depicloaoeordinjly Its in'crits", but if Coro,deeire''tb". advance tho.cause of,State: pcctations. meet tbeif' e*'laJ
*** N.:. -Lon;; 13 'JO W,. the said: vessel'.auiited. r'tpOkonj'.baU'ot lights and Constitutional! [ Liberty Wo shall, 'The prieebr be oao ,tlofae .- >*;.',
$?J -SMN- bettithin'thbj jurisdiction of tbo.court support the"doctrine of the"State, 'on the .a f f tr*paayiib18 :

a'" ) of ACT Pilots to ftnJ provider t4rfl4fulalctllh'ehniic'ot"Vilotao fur"'tbo' appointment' ha I said;cprt.( pr-JudgpJh Chambers! stall Party oi Georgia, asset forth in tie:..Virgioia nights- S and wfxn.... receipt- at iM eresotidbte ,a t1..tt cit I nnmw,
; andma'y'o'oih'o'rctiirj jrtho a-id Ketucr'j sra; _
al t iq porCcl.lioy7csrrwn:. .J :.- '. 1.. .--- ....attapj'iacnt. J"tiHtf . ... ..,- 11 ..- t" : .I
., trerpurposes; ,: f .. .' ........_:____*_ : "idULCOO!'atsed 'Fcb'IS'din;', ; 1034. < and thereby akslut- in.0-perpetuating M'*the'lnes-'. As (t1'circii1at Qn will W**0*.xtanl;.4*.

"$* .r&ffc- 1. ) et cnactcubyahe "OoTernortrall"gitalivn JOHN \vAnnrN: tunable blessing re enjoy"under oar 'present t6epilblishet ivllt printwcatr VKUwMlrili
'\ Co-mcil of Territory of! Prcs.,Legislative CouncilApproved / frmD2.f';government, ,' and which *ate; ror pros ld1ig 'a' wfflcJent
;/:;;Ffurida'flat from and afterlhepassage! of Feb.: 15, 1934. guaranteiSr i unto us;so long as each'depart-" ronaei.hajigi,,.t :'red: 'AWS&.
'''"' ''tfiii act.thC'uvcrwr'on1IQ sjd./ Territory meut"\6f berla'kept.witbin'its'legltimat&! will be,inserted co- .prCDpU"-- the:: --7--! 1. >

.,.'i Ifceaml ho is hereby authorised; by'and'wilhboad FOUNDRY ;- pbcrtT.ofaction,.,. \V ct. are; in favor cf.: tUbe usn l'.rate*.; Merchant*tnd'etb4ri'coyet,;,
f., vice and consent orsud, Council, darning m'TVPK.:\vi N G Purchased of Mr.IUClIto I strict.coristri{ ctipn f.the Centtitntlon-and whoodvertise by the year, will be entitled00io

its nnoual sessions,'to appoint such numlf nON ALDSON his long established and: to all systems which have,for their! rwoae qvfe,'. rentwable,every'ioontli;'for
y )<\+ .of Pilots: fur tlto-porfand harbor of Key Tory extcnsivo Type Foundry,hcUubscri- : object the'taxing: ;the:many for the. bene* five. dollar ; : ,:.-
ly Cit.1> and the adjacent coast in.a northeast fit of the few orot'haylnrreltnctioDa 'GentlemeQ.wtio:
bers haveVfofincd ,a. -{artnersldp for. thpurpose e ; upon wjll rpJarJt'fbn lirniibo
,. ert] direnlkni frpir said; cityaudthe exmo Commerce or'domestic ; rigioal Liihibrov i i
) tic of/cpgttnuingsaid ausiaesshndfurthe : o'industry--and hall article which}shajl be>> ap'.,
tr [ nrttrinliquttauf\ Countjr'! of Mon* convenience;: of heir friends ,and pat resist all -encroachments' by: the' Federal proved by the editor; will 'ba".the poblicf, !
.' u <>, as t ho may: decti4cetsary, expeclicnt3and : rtnshave removed l \thcitestblisbment: to arobre'edntrarparrpf Government.on the rights'of the'Stales'.nd lion" cent to'theni' ,..kIio t'cbal1"*; ;: ; 7 >

alvh Je.prvLtff'Ulc: V.ilmbc/io} ap- : the: citjrj, ,Ai'It'ls[ their', tlicJiboiticsoC; ; .' ,But whilst we Addrew; 'J LYNDE ELtlfOTT. ':;

oyitcd in any onelyvar. shall noi excised. intention to.keep oo hand a good assortment thus,eiprets our pjrefetenoe for thd print*''S ..,. l, 1l.., .Bel,,Airf;Hartford County. i4 ;
itwclvc, \ of the buU; type,i and'to make sdch additions pies ottbq State Right Party, ;.pf:Cieorgis.. -lA. J J 'IIPi
$ t .?c..2. Boil further cnact d,TI!: f'fiich" S. and improvements+ tho taste cube trade j .. wo shajl'stipport'tliat, party only *o.;1 tig.tas N.O"'JCr --A" QrdOirsitbgtfonQrbl.; '
;. rG. pilots so appointed before entering ou the arid.tho wants of?\the country,require,-.\they they adhere to thosepriricipleif-.oii r motto : : ., b .iudg.yt thAoutbet
' .jisclurge of;their. futies.as such si!tall,each: flatter l! f mselvcv:; ;.that, this,cstablisliment being emphatically* Principles not men.',' vu<**v4Mfsufiruii d wionatf notice Islam.? I;!1
|f,ecoinQ bound in an obligation with ono or. will:morit'a large share.o( p Rtronage., They and our*ambition do'and cuttain rifbt. t by given to Jurors, ;Witnesses, parties fits;
r..Vro g-iiid ariJ: t si'taicicntstrtiritios, to, tbqsiprov I I h ave now': several Yootvon band,.which can As design making, the MereUry'ii vehicle'S; gaw anel all other persons concerned that'
".z. .tl of by the .board of ..wardens,, era be hirnislicd at a few boifrf notice, and 'are of general information;to. all E irliusc* the, !uperior.Court:;forthUDfatTict wbichv" : J f

'* rmajority of them.. fur hn port aria harbor a- prepared: to make..fonts' a.1I'W' ibt.raDd: ocmmunity slallatj all,Uoies.en.deavoc I U by law Itt for the first Monday.c/.W Nri !.
jf forcsaid, in the.tinof:: >inetlioii.aqd'dollars', sizes, (romP.eal'lloUI line Pie, Including to present to'our patron, rej rdlefpf-Ja-* 1834, Is postponed until the flritMpcdav:ef
'(:orditioueJ far thoJ! faithflil-diligent, and 'a'great variety ,of Ucrnamental Letter. boror expense, thei.latest* Commercial! and; ; ,Dgcembet1tt34'at which t'Ii-! tbirT wU1 !"fe&1 ,
'Able performance of their duties.'whicli band Their assortiqqqtpf Cut. aDd Dashes, trail Political Intelligence, both Foriiign and t t4'fE109. ; EA8TI 1 VS. M., ..."
'Jben executed shall' immediately be placed Rue) arid other orn'atncaU will be found to Domestic i 'with a* great a variety of Lit-' .t:.' < :) 'Soptb J. b"; rF.Jonaa. .
1' Inn file in the office of the CJerkof UioSupc* '.tje very edcml", o( which specimens will ejary and Mbcellaneoos'matter,'a* our limits c ,/.BrJOS.Tir Ai:THQUIZOZ(r 1, k.* ;'j
$.rr/ Court aid'CoriDt7at the proper posiich ** he fofwar4e44to'. Pnntdri'as'soop as they will pr rmit. Ou r. columns ;:will rctnalA- .,", ..,.baI'.,OGlee.) ey.West,, .' 1

Jfl\ pllgt.! p >can be prcpareJ.PrintiDp open to the temperate 41. u..ioll'ol.aJl11' .' .::.,.'Octobr- --- 15, 1.834. c [a1-tlrti. ., .. .
Sec. 3. Bait fufiher enacted, 'That in :. Presses '0(' every _description subject connected wtb/tlMB public rood,.ej-: '! It <

> _.jy event ore! unfiithfilnessipsobrictyor Printing Ink of the mo approved qualities, eluding all scurrillity and personal spleen.la ; E, tavpS&RIB TacpettMly ln.: ;
criminal- nogljgenco anypilothesliall, .Composing. Sticks, PIUS Galleys,mposiitg Ine, whatever will, be productive of speedily .rrIJ.f bis Mends and the public, that"
beneficial the he i*prepared to do all Mad of J<.i fl .
the petition of twenty rcs'pcctable ,'Btonfs, Cases, i'aperandyprest.-13vsrds, renderinp: ,ariM natural 'Rtlf1
citizens upon of said city,any or of a majority of the Standing Presswi,,.'!Furniture: blether: with' 'advantage of our State'elevating,.the commercial ,, T r'NG. He hop. bJattent10. .(o timl...;.., ..
jiaiil boardof.wirdensso appointed to the a complete assortment o(til .articles, used ,1 character of.our city; or rnelion- to, meth. -'Ub-a.. ptltr6liag,..4.. ' ,
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S S ,Governor to that eflcct.bei removed from ef- in a*PrintiriOffice* will be kVpt"consUntly: ; ,ti*jg-tlie: pool asocial and political icondll -' } .. .' : li'ATIUKS01f.. .
,fice.aaj may: besides be proceeded agaiostby" onhabdj, f -V ".I l h,.flan of cmr people,wU. \Epeet wltbouanhnt -,Key West,Nov. I. ? c.5 l" r' .. t." ;;"

loJictinent, a* in ordinary cases, of ttni&de 'Small' fonts,>uitaMe for TJook'tlnders.in .qd.hlfm le support. f -w. :A1. F1tc>,e '" s (= !: ;. :
"melnor,und on conviction, fined in a sumfiofcxceeJinir groat variety.may,be:'had wbeO'called I {'OtDITIONS., !... ,....s f'-tLt.f' Ah.cht.; Ott.
one thousand'dollars', to bo for,' ....t 1 : 'j JWa Ilari4l. :F: :., 1l 4 q.. ''''' J '".S
Assessed by a Jury'and shall moreover be Oidcrs from all parts. of.that.Uoion will be' ,The Savannah Mercury will be+ published; :mIlE.cWe>sdanttrUd aUl .''/
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suit behalf promptly .sad iroot car>1''Jtttn4e41 lo. daily throughoiitthe year, da a'super royal ..
liable In a on ofany. ar|y'tgjrievied : 'i; .a.:,. takint3tlCe, ltbU.tN"" '
; bsrf'
F on the bond so as hereinbefore provided, ,and 'particularly' {U' s,+ppiyin soR rs for tai 1 J< sheet' at S..eaa Dollar'p annum, payable com.eaee3bJ HUcbnatot la tul'the So-5, '..
Punts ( their Bin cmi-annually 'QadY8 ce. ,*
by
; [ to be executed by Ma' predecessors, '
bj k RonstJton, and'Richard, Itonaldspa. .The Mercury for; be country will be pub. pjrlorCourtfor Florida? aed( thft'eoaOiem1. ,DuJriet of: .
Sec 4. BeitfintLercnact"c4TLaiitanykpersbo .Ste-eClt1piu in all its branches,_executed fished,to meet the arrangement of the null, ,, ,they, are,{f4u''nar r
cscept! sicl.as'tnar Lava been api ,by'L.-. :Johnson,as heretofore.. three time a week at the office ot4hef5... 'u4'pt.." to the declaration at tba\: ,", I)
?r.tnod as aforesaid,and save complied JOHNSON ll SMITH. vannab Mercury and will' be :sent to all term' of sail court. A.. GO DON.-
': alltlioconditions specified In the second sec- No. 9, Gcorgp.St. Pbiladelphu, 1833. ; partial the Unlooordelivered.l the Cityf [oct. 15 13m] .4tt.J' >ifl'a

tio '\of this actcu! U charge any compenea- (O Publishers{ of Newspaper* wbujnsert at,Four Dollar per rannam payabloia advance IJenry Fiujerf U.Wo. tihv- ... ,.... "": ')
tion'forserviceha uiay pe:furiu *s pilot he this 'advertisement, and forward a p percontiloln or Five at. tb expiration of-sir ;
shall be do&ra J guilty of) igU inMemeanor,' jt ta /. 'I: 8. will be entitled to' ,,, inonth,. twill contain: the tlntelli"race, H..Dates and l! "
and on conviction thereof,stall bo fined |a '$3, payable id'settlement'of tbetfacco.n.wIiea : c.: Commercial. Political,, Literary an4 Mi** 01fNlll dtt ssaster", 'tbb -. I
a sum not eiceejiug .tf bIb'e amount pf their bill amount to dot less than f 10. 'esl/aneoiisa/ including advertisement,, paJn scbooasrQrio1. ..'gl' ; ,. 't,.; ..
\ compieasatioo received fay him 't.>be assessed +. : tithed the : '' "
-.." = 10: l. : daily pa r.ddiertl.emeats TfIE-aateDdt.DWeM -tai .IIf'' ;'
by i jury providel'that this act stall t :- will be cciuplcootislj; ioerted {{ tN! abotartttdt ...' ,'
;=:. notbo held to extend to the master or mariner R1v'ivittrE K WILLIAMESPKCTPULLIpnonnt !iAriA Ctr l; la hefts papers,at 75 cent* per*qoareof ....t cootnisltcedt attacbapt fan the tom' :f
:X--- of any licensed wrecking, ves3 ,,OQ" .e rrintef' I fottrteen!line, for the first insertion and.hrtVf O 'SI'J) l'+"l
be FJoriJIL.Reel.oa board of any such urecV- of UnlteJ8tntef.. to wfaooV tb y bye ( vea sad a .ball eenti far,cacb t pebr..... \ ,' '

ing ve l(or vq board of any ', which t long been individually known. csUbJuiMl: i cecdii patUcstla ".t", ", ,'.;.I set ..............w'..... &0. pilllllr
has b.cn_..cur'tf'< ; luilet such>essel Lette"r"IId."iU1at'tbe'ba; -..-now !urns- x113'eowainiithatleas, .. b754 $14, .._.".JI""t..: j t
If 9 cast away bas been spoken'br a ietl1..ar i cd co-partneahip: } jq said business, and "'rlW: "' : 'r 16J"J ',. <"tt1'teJ..l .

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r communication ho can strike off : a cnroof the poor; this.drcs3tmoreovcr, i is
inal, ,
:_ J 1L clchc.l elegant carriages, t the'
: Stage arc very without the fear"of. always kept iii'repat by Authorities,
roads : : and
Prow WaUWs Select Circulating Library built to-carry.fifteen eighteen! travellers, from being i the stopped great by the, i impassable: statd i::of ,'resents t' oihlrffVctolling" ) ,tojlipeje. t

MANNER. Iq i''! U'A.LAND.L NJ IN:ENG' 'rand.stcons admirable/d roids.raWe 'This weight Is in ann packets. ind'spcn, but. (lib ,by ones. Doe he wish to see a castle England'on the! contrary"poverty The traverses:
\ ,\ '., '". "* ors mansion lIe indicates li swish the streets In silken rags. rents of an
: I si condition. Without if,, the height of country
shawl disclose
Indian anakedness
1 f.*. .I -,,' I\ F r and the postilion, who arc adepts al old
nnglaoq.recommends herselfmore to the the carriages'; the arrangement of the wholeof conduct him'thillier "" wMcbtlJ garment: was destined to conceal
this kind of lionitlng, ;
the luggage on. the imperial and the
investigations of the economist than to thopencil could ; to and the ermine fonnerly appendedrto an
which gratify,
of the:artist.Rich: lightness of the body and axlelrcc, would and suffer nothing
in'1110''fertlhty'or trailed
is through
his Shillings, : and half elegant pelisse, now the
her soil, and in at! thai can be procuredby give rise to frequent accidents.i escape curiosity. I mud by an unfortunate creature without )
.
with which it is always
Tho inside of the coach contains crowns, necessaryto
of only
an enlightened husbandry, by
system her
provided cause all gatesto shoes or stockings, supporting on shrivel \
be abundantly: ,
extensive immense ,four places. The scatjof the coachman,
,
'property .commerce and facilitate even the. most inconsiderate led arm a child which sucks her skinny
and'nviintfaCturea without limit, she everywhere and another scat placed immediately behind open, head breast whilst with theoiherhand holda
this ,
Under
clad wjthf an,exuberance of it, admit of six persons, and two sea's facing investigations. ,
i appears ; tho a bundle of
out to matchc'
wealth, manifested in he, multiplicity each other-at the hind wheels, alVdplaces France offers no subject of comparison.! 'passenger ,
which I have been which she feigns to offer in exchange for
To the advantages
i amptudushcss of* her mansion*, in the for six'or,: eight more. These sluts
richness and ;variety. :off her"harvests, and are fixed over boots. or, boxes for stowing enumerating, I should add another, which ,I alms.trhis' is one of the means adoptedto

in the actiro ,circul; tiwo of the' excellent away ;the luggage.: Such parcels as thesecannot never fails to strike the foreigner, and induces evade the letter of tho laws enacted
him to establish a between against mrndici'y' the pauper thus placing
means which' ihe'cmpoysio' attain! UiesoobjecU.f contain are placed on the imperial. comparison
< _bufaM! ilhis4oe.not'constUute a ,Tho desire to breathe the fresh air, rater the JTicial custom of tho continental l governments herself under the protection of those who it

picturesque country. There are few great than economical consideral onsinducceven end those of England; a com encourage trade This contrast of a cloth-

riven; beautiful -spots of country are still the richest English to give a prefereaco to parison v.hich is not favorable to the first : ing, once worn by opulence,and now borno
The' in j.8 ensable examination which !his on the' ba li3 of)those in the last degree of
-farer,except in Wale; Scotland" and soma\ outside places They only go inside when t
t northern countries. Unless'One is placed compelled by bad weather. The place baggage undergoes on his landing, alone lowliness and p1ISCr)',causes afflicting tbo'is

4 on an elevation.'whence one can look? down moM in request-one knows not wherefore wearies his patience: he may travel over and melancholy reflections to spring up in

on the *hole/country, and, flit, as it, were, -j is to the left of the coachman ; it is the three kingdoms without meeting a gov- the mind. "

I above the hedges'which cut it up into email, considered as die place of honor, and is ernment functionary, who, under pretextof ,. ,Poverty is rendered more overwhelming

parts, th view is,Crested! al no ,great dintahcefrecsy reserved for faahionablc/and even for fords, the safety of the stale or the interest ofa in Englahd, inconsequence of the privations

'thickets;and enclosures :of who do not disdain tq travel thus. The city, requires the exhibition of a transport superinduced by the excessive priceof

all sorbThe ,traveller,siould'not) expect sole advantages which! such a station appeared or the opening of Ins trunks. The certain objects which in other connotes:

to meet thorn vast :Vistas-those to me to pcsentvero the being police an J the revenue appear to vie with arc within .tho means of the most limited

1Indscapcs-that romantic scemHy which placed near a',well dressed coachman, and' each other in carelessness; yet, though aturtclilance fortune. The poor man finds it impossible

BO oftenatfwd; the advantage or.-va""ly to escaping the chance of travelling: by, in these matters: is not neglect. to supply himself with ineat, beer,and coals, .'

hit journey through J certain parts of France.*' the side of a butcher; a shoemaker or some cd, ono should bo grateful at escaping too happy if iho wages obtained for his 'labor -

7 Vainlywill seek'/or, peasants.in.hsjourney I other individual of that class. Each time forms which every ,where else are rcnuj-" ; nnd tho relief received from the parishto

-through, England The English coachman ''descends from his ,box, his nan', if not vexation>t3. supply the inefficiency of those wage,

peasants.do not present themselves to his' neighbor has the advantage of being made Vanity, a species of universal. coin, i is furnish him wherewithto buy bread for

t notice. The reaper,the gleaner, the plough' the forced depository of 'his reins and whip. current as much and more II hnglanclh:1Oin : : himself and potatoes fur his! family. As to ,

man Afford the Diking J incongruity of'11 These are placed in your hands,as they any other part of the world. The trav- calledthc''conifortabc"that uhich

town dress.arid a ,rural occupation; With are taken out of them again without tho eller must take care.to put his titles on his may be ; in a state

di ,uceplfo.n*of Wales and,,'Scotland, ,the least ceremony. I'', passport, and 'Ms arms on h's carriage. of misery, it is nu where to bo found in I

dress in4hevjllagea: ; and the large towns is It has been remarked: that the horses used People who have neither" titles nor armorial England; neither in the cabin of thc'coun

uMctlyU.*ame. 'You proceed from pro for the stage coaches in England, go worejufckly bearings, furnish themselves with bothand' try laborer, nor in the cellar 01 garrets or'I I

l vinco to province;:without- ing reminded( jf' / than those devoted, to tho same find their account in so doing: they ryy no the towns, where families, who, perhaps,

as i in France, Spain and Switzerland, by the. 'service in France, and that, nevertheless, clearer at the inns,and arc much ,better treated ,have never secn'cJch'other before, herd \c-

varied forms of costume,; that you'are puling ,our carriages take no more limo in perform in Drawingroprtia..mss gether. fora night;mngling'th6ir: nakedness

,from no,country to another, and have 'Ing a given distance. This anomaly is explained and tears, or, what a: still more probable, .

to expect other.manners, and another language by the difference in the respective THE POOR IN ENGLAND. their imprecations, ant menaces: against

or at least a change of custom arrangements.;. In England, whether it bo I Poverty wears a different ,form in Eng their, more fortunate i4li v c''cattires.Ecccssivc.miscry '

The taste for' travelling, an expensive to satisfy the taste Tor. frequent meals,or to land than in other countries but his sometimes compels a
: accompanied

taste is favor tho family to seek in another parish: .those
jn any country tt my a ruinoni one longing oldie coachmen and by adjuncts which' render it more means
in El of guards for beor and of industiy and existence which bre deniedby
gland.It.the means, satisfying it strong liquors, the relays overwhelming for those who suffer ond
are numerous,. and,accompanied with all I. are more frequent. more afflicting for those who observe ;those its own., But they meet with immediate

that! can .mote 'pleasure, one is steeled Tho appointments of.an 'Euglish coach;' sufferings,than in other partof Europe. repulse! -the sojourn of n sihglc.ddy is not
this seduciivo : an Jloless any allowed, nor are the urctclics
against consolation by theoperpetual elegant thaw its form. A port methodical permitted to
to order the
r warning' of_a ':speedily drained 'ly good lookingcoachman, seated on avery destined Subject for'a the: English is succour in i ipassirigfroai take the nccessary.ccpose. Hack they must .
tardy
,
I purse, si" ,' I higb'.coach box;;well dresscU, wearing the hands winch poor tihtributo to go to those privations from which they 'had

\ rostlngJaced, on totally different' white gloves, a nose-gay<< in his button hole, those to receive it. A spirit of charity in vain attempted to escape, cnd rcttnn to
footing from that service in'.the'rest"of.Europe and his:chin enveloped igon enormous.eravat ,. .is more open needed in England jn the distribution those }juffo.in :s which' Providence, in,creating -
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,is not the object of anexclusive: prig drives four''horses perfectly matcbcd of the than and uniting society?;seems to have pronouriccil .
rates of
loge .By means of a licensewhich; can. anti harnessed: and a(carefully groomed as In of, the a spirit philanthropy. against lucre Thus rich and *

not be'refused', ,: 'relays1 oTpost-liorses', are, "when'they excited admiration in the carria are the many of parishes; the poor happy En }land-England) {If. the I9ih century

established"teco f Eng i )q '(he,caprice or the ges of CJitmenor and Berkely Squares. Such For tho objects of a singular speculation. -ha?, like Albion of tho feudal limes ,

will of,thoselwho possess them 'The'rivtlry. -" rnannt3rin-wliicb> English horses are would receipt much larger sum than her slavery, and her serfs attached to 'the

I arising' ,froth this practice! 'does not inana ed;such .Isd;is'their docility, the ef, directed suffice. for an intelligent and well I globe, with barely an uncertain prospect of

tower the, price of posting,which, London feet either of temperament; of.training, that' overseer charity undertakes, a sort if of contractor for or tardy enfranchisement. '
not
I Un&tiXy the you do 'not remark to provide Thc-sum levied for the' relief cf the *
oxcepted, ; ssmo: on, aW roadst ; the. Icast-reativcncss( in tho wants at least to poor1
and uiiSfrs but.liiiio'in inFrance. thcrn Four-horso step complaints pxcccds the enormous amount of
coaches
priceTfom eight
{ relays are to be seen' .
; of the indigent. It is of lililo) t e
.:' 'The number of, rapidly J the' 'J rnomenwhether millions pC-poundssterling. As this eigbt ,/
ncr'ls 'il. !traversing >rattf populous st'rccts. .- .
nrovid- .
:.they are.properly relievedf- _r.1l1s. cmist MTovI7. > Uplny-- uccciinca,
I "' weignt or carriages; When you desire ced in the midst; tthe:numerous- -----u carriages, trio poor are obliged to submit to h iai- ""S''mI+ B Ill'Jlhen on Ue'sgTt, :---Tct- --

I a post'chaise, the 'innkeeper is obliged tp whicli''hardly loavo'<<:' the' I cipline, lest they should find a redoubled no efforts have been made to dix,.nisii dlo. .
: necessary to amount
ij' space of tire
furnish; without vourpajringanjiddition* pass. The swearing of ostlers is severity and harshness on tho part of the .rates, by n more conomicIII -

alpcicet ; These chaises. ,in,;Ltbe.shape of heard at the relays any more than the never speculator, into whose hands tho relief of and moro rational, distrilJuion ot then,. .
neigh .
( our,cotrpia; are:well': hung !aid very 'clean ing of horses;, nor are their condition has fallen by,contract, with Notwithstanding the immcDEe cxpendi-
I you interrupted
//ot'/i and corarpodipQf? the littlo .hope of ture for tile poor,
*t I on road by the voice ,of the coach adequate, redress frnrn the men ici'y h foot wholly
.EnglandJjaajwl-a.wo'find in Francep I man, -or 'the sound. of his which neighboring maxis ratcto whom they might extinguished It is less remarkable tlmn

tI t s breed of hones specially} appropriate: I: to e diff rs 'only,Yronu"'at 'cabrfdlet whip whip' in the prefer their complaints. In those parts of in other countries; but lit ncvertllcless exists \ i

K|;I postirifj.ThogfcataufKirtof; ; ;tbo post bor.: Jength( tlie thong, and serves more as a Euglai.d'where the poor rates are administered everywhere and onions oil ages. Upon -

1. lei 11Eogl. 1Sd 'fiiiiitersoiearnage; borses = sort of appendage,than'a means of corpse without the aid.of a contractor! they won the frequented roads in the country, 11I
::1 irblcbl1a unfitfor:eitbert tion in the hand which carries it. In are very much"diminishw, ] in amount, as as in London, one meets..1h robust ?

t cif these pu .mra u the remnant tfi IDndbere every thing is so well Eng- \ well!"as iieffii c .cy1)y'li; ) deductions in,the pauper, seeking ,0 excite pity by the display ,

: : /betr'trgagt lj"jrt( post chaises,"before they where teach person knows to'well arranged how to,' form of,awKes' to parISh officers, as well ,of' their .misery or their infirmities .

i ftro"irac ferred.io nackney coaches: or> wag-.;, confine himself/to rtho exigencies' of lies' ', as by,he nhercn'"ice of their' distribution. asking chari'y-cithf'r iR dull anti monotone: '
f' batJ.Theirapced ttrtaVta $rs '1q I Idleness 14.relieved in dua tones, llr ire a tdsarp
?a.great\dcf', proper'fKMlllonf'the, horawTdo )Wticr what. as great a degree as Sand loud' treble i
what,peeve,. < pecroajU; eir;; they havetu do", than -the horsca of other industry, and simple distress in the same they Also busy themselves in sweeping tile .

q )foij( travel.,at tho\afoof eight oniet tries; and that.too without the need of manner as complete destitution. An en. which crossings and exhibit' on importunity, .
nI i ileaguer!t es an,hour(about three and' ar half brutal correction.. Ucw may travel from quiry is made as'ip how many individuals] I' as it is perhaps to thC'fJ1 the easiest

,) which, iacfudes the. time., of citing-, one end of Knglan'd 'to the other without co 1p st'the'fl11liJyand the money is 'thrown roitis boniest' successful 1 t<110:. '' ;i,:
> 3Traie to them without Country are
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c. hearing the sound of-ai ascertaining whether paupers generally
whip,or therjiallooing there in employed i
1 ; igM oft? } postilions! : Sal,ware.chosen t of conductors; which in France full so i iiotiqpt the number who, can contribute the, tasking or repairing .roads 'rho

iI *iwg'yesmaUesfDen-i and their, "'disagreeably' t "on_-, the- r- ea.--,..- n'-. .',.............. tolusownsubsistfinmnnrl--- _.- .......".,>'-u.*f ma i.:_ _|"arents. _-' 'condition ,of,this ,class of poor' would be '
a5 ?2fUlW.WllWMort: breeches, Among 'the:wonders of English W4IOI3.civilin It is r.ot considered 'a matter- of re' gregt7 improved it some portion of the

? SJ? f% tto. aJ cultedto'''.reduce to lion,r tho ions, sliould, be mentioned. In 'proach, that'a tradesman should cause the vJtio lands of each pariah were delivered's
the'tmest laairopaas' the,':Jwrden )aDy.otthe larger towns name'of his infirm father lo bo placed oyer to their industrious cultiation.
on
of the. hones There is.bo and they are mogul the 'list of those';relieved Jt cannot be CO; cstcd that J'
difference between cent, they are good'and well:itipplied bjtho'pirish,, si'deraLJe the very conl",
the town bamesl--sd when he himself has the sum which is devoted
the
that wbicli,I* iq smallest In the greater part of them *means of support in EngJsnt1
krtfcrrsting. 'They are LQu.' aia. ttatgd_: 1 the lOr.'ib"a +q livery, and; all their lag him. Hence it follows, ,that dpuble to the support nr the poor, and to.the t-
Jen(a '" 'Itn the number relieved unction of > in mendidty
attendance i other docs
"; and any not
prompt respectful. On country produce
The mail coaches destined"for the 'tran1xwVbMeUera their arriral"-travellers ire recetved ,Jibe 'are supported by Ibo English-parislies. In the desired elIcct. whilst a

side. ; are caj&gaa, with tour 10- muter of the house, wbos decent fcy dress -France, the? prdportjon those to'whom Jess expense, and with a KSEdt
tod ear putstde. pUcea. Behind indicated .jcontinued ,s stew, more good is cffi>
1 coach the the a respectful feeling towards temporary rapport,is necessa- cted,and in a bet-
bad..guard is seated; with a blander-., .,gers., 4atroduced into ii wqC I heated, well-n-. ;y, i3 as'one to fifteen'to the country, And'os ter manner than in England.t1VuSJmlslake.'itf .
vpaif> of'uljlohi'
before furbished oae to ten
him.- room, they have !gthotowp5In;
Th never to wait fur Eaglandthe
ae coaches: ei at the rate*f tea miles meal) the proportion its tfiftbountry ... [
four'' simplicity of which,in tbe of ( .c ,to nine, very heavily
or leagued an hourt but .their areal! is way and as are to six in tho on householders, though
cookery it
I. aroactd iorhy the towns. In France does not in ..
alp xlcgaoce of
(fr! tbc-Ewliah, lajgeneral the wise touch funded anT
tall and ten lire richness I yjirlye6st''of; 'a
of'the :i'
; ,plate and paupers aubsis'ence'snounts propertl.TI'aIIIl4tor.VUAT
t1ai tqlare: ware and .
.litUe' ; :
ppetr regard lo their- the .to soty.fonr :
pemwl:preportioos in' the site of their1carriages)4Huad '.quality- __ V.of. .the- meat_ A sleepIn.WSwL land it'amountatoona t.nu..t francs. .''r. In"Eng... .. \ IS, pa.U"EnP.. -=. ......... :h_. .
--a VMM, u cotnioriawe ,. ,.. ... -_ .5 -- ---- jci iauoi a
as this kind 'tof --- i in,3,. or ture rup
i ,refresh'mide> tbe abort' time they stop to' apartment (so neglected in' England) can' four findssterling: In France, an- aseessmcnt ,,I ., a It rhapsody is a flight into the third heare" ,
of Hurd very. un iteaw- t modes- lie, completes' the agnce,et of of ono franc fifty centimes on not the proud ascent of lie im .
coQTeytijce. your 80jouru each agitation into
t' P TourdUconteut,does not coramenca individual nOl participating in the re- dors and some high region of splen.
Jief sublime
till the exorbitant bill that ; would suffice for' the abstraction It is not
AThflieadcrs-of proves such maintenance of
S the French will 4!! nations' excepliag, '1 ti qS.r; r from being, disinterested, at- the poor. In England, this assessment whelmed necessarily the ecstasy of the soul over.
are
notkgred fit girt opinion.. dcarlr charged for, would amount to twelve francs with a rushing tide of irresistil
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With two titdooidoydu or ten sJjil-
U
or fbree" iasigniP sepa- \I' emotions. It is
Wepa1oQ" lings head.
an raie.rrom host a Nevertheless D simple
with bul'pest.
your
ilfifn'li'il : the every day
.
iioil *" reciprocation of I condition
.
:bolIe} | itenes Yet | pf the poor Is not It is sil'ply.oruuloing! God
be proaouaced tbe taaji notwithstanding the cold so wretched (hocoun40r communing with! ;
litltCOQal'1.ifa Eta nesswith which in which the with 'mtw
his mailer not in heavers
attentions
sum M
ropelltj t'iS' not
For gilt landlord does, not ease O" which,, the larger sum is levied. some mid region of tho
t.$o umernase the beaut'ras reintia'by' > air
,
ot1P Ur.1 1h sideof'the Poverty-is -tntQlerab14 emote from the of '
Ira relief'till' in range human busi"ness .
bt the uhortIIearus' NJ"" |L Jiu carriage France than
ia
aono titer 4 : |n.motion., t in England;because it is clothed and trials,and burdens; but here
Je in on
fleref"'re T'" ? a .
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tlM earth
.
W c\ t be poeuli1r just where
iala. I
pf Wi ,t:not tho.. lakaa ocurorlsiad I t< 'rlt.4biCb-a f>reigner+ apwecutcs tbe'I lirerydistributed! by those who have help In order we peed his grace and
-iii& _.,_......_, +.r ,.t mOst id is to this God
FdfJ ;" ..".""-.. England she facility,of does communions
} 46M seeing In this calculation not call us to
,i .'!.t .- .' every thlegr Thinks-'tooths admirable> ,_jn- petals is not taken into account the expense of hos- down firmiiy.i to us,. down' op to the himself level he of bur_cc in j?. '



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to the following rrntenco i_" Until within flames
proving unavailing the edi
entire
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\ti.
) it few days, Fahrenheit's thermometer has flee, with the exception<< of the room attach: blood and To hence equalize the circulation of tho
ranged: 1 fruin75 to 07 in the shade cd td'rftmove coldness of the
degrees to the northern end I
and used as a dining hands and feet, and to |lessen the d termin.
during tho summer." On no day of the room, was in a few hours consumed! anon or 80""' of the blood to the bead .Jd. ,

present year, has the mercury ascended in Tl'e: valuable furniture in Hie l lower: atom To promote sweat add re-ettaJ> .'iniensi. i

thin shade,ahnvo' 87 I-2degreesof Fahrenheit was fortunately saved: though much broken ble penplration,,and thereby! to Relieve

J.. T : and it has very rarely reached that.- and otherwise injured getting itou!. That ympton of internal inflammation 3d, To \.

s THE : ".QUJRDR.I Tho average temperature of tho six monthprecr.cJing in ,the second store -wa; we understand, stance dirniaish ins nervous'It.failed irritability i.and io. no ia.

and including October was about chiefly destroyed.l The fire is supposed to 4th. To promote clataDeo lo cure,the doloroutr.-
79 750 nnd the range of tho. was have been communicated to too roof is.enptJoD,;aD4
{ Y WEST FLORIDA.SATURDAY mercury. : by remove diseases of the skin. 5th. ,To'ro'move ;
.... confined to 10 or 15 decrees. R..j r;;.' (the falling of a spark from one of the chimney" 'the effects of Mercury and lead from
m-ri TUt r ; ; and there being Ct the time a light the system... 6th To promote absorption of

NOVEMBER 8, 1834.Oz'jWz .. Mn. Ar>xtvsox.-It is much the fashionof brcczo from the North West, !the progress dropsical effusions 7th. To relieve diffi*
h. public papers in the different cities and of the flames was proiJorlionatly 'rapid.-- culty of breatbiop and hence to cure alt.
; havo retched Charleston! papers towns throughout the country, to publish all The numerous and valuable private papers mas, and other diseases of the, chest',and
last mail the 30th things connected with their own Interestsand lungs. 8th. To strengthen: the stomach
by night's up to ult ; of the President were probably all preser and impart .',
atone Ca'the
prosperity. For instance, we do not digestive organs
but hnve lot perused t iliom. take up a newspaper from New York that I vcd. and cure d.pe sia'tvithINconiigpentdjs 'I
has not something about the enterprise and i We need not add that the 'event has occasioned orders 9th To 'promote the healing of

From correspondent at Tampa we learn spirit and improvement of Apalachicola.. .. to this community. deep and universal '. scrofulous end chronic \itcerti: 10th: To 'f.:

that! Gen. Thompson Indian had Pensacola objects to tho ships "going home"as regret remove gouty and rlienmatio paint and
agent,
) it is termed, during the sickly or hurricane \ -. swellings from tlio joints, and cure'Lumba*. !I''.
convened the Seminole Indians on the 2 1st months-:and St Augustiixp has long go, Sciatica, ic, t L

tilt for the payment of their annuity and been famed as a place of resort for invalids, a MAllINE llth.-Tho Quincy-tbo bath harfever
adjustment of claims against them, for and for the beauty of its orange groves- LIST.A] failed to relieve it. ISth The Croup It t
property We make no objection to all this-on tho K ___ I may be regarded as a specific. 13th' The, ,,
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taken and destroyed l hy tIemnd contraryt think it right and proper. At PORT OF KEY WESI}' Hooping Cough. Gives great relief. 14thf.
.
also for the purpose of holding a talk and the same time, we nro certain' that it would The Measles. No instance of death bin tae I
bo equally so to make an article laudatory kenplacowhcntho bath has been employed.
ranking arrangements/preparatory to their of Key WestCould'any material be fiirnislicd I 15th. To prevent and cuio discharges of
emigration to the West the'ensuing March. for its const ruction ? and the more, ENTERED. blood from the lungs, and. other internal .

The result of the conference had not as for wo are well satisfied that we never shall Nov. 1. Sloop Loro'o! Rennet, Havana, organs 16th. To.cure acute and chronio t<
( be praised abroad, if we do not' begin ballast. inSammatioos, ,the .bath when judiciously
reached Tampaon the 30th ult. Cone
I pet ourselves. ." 3 Charlotte Bethel medicated u a certain specific 17th. To. \: "
<< Tampa
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titter hlo dissatisfaction: was manifested: Our Island has been favored the past summer sundries to cure Gout in all its forma;in a shorter pan- '
with perhaps, as great a degree of Bay, master. od of time than any agent' hitherto used.-.
the l lower trite: at their ,u Schr.
among leading Mary Jane, Griffin,N. York '
health as any place in the United Stateswe 18th. The birth has never Tailed to cure the :
coiled country ; md! many expressed) a do- have had no cholera or other prevailing lIay to F. A. Browne. Cholera l\forbltl. 19th.,' Intermittent, (or. I

\ termination to submit to the white man's disease, owing, in a great measure, to the 4, OrientIorgan', New York, agues) typbun, and cbritioued fevers') the ,
attention of,the mayor and city authorities, sundries! to Cottrell & Co. hath relieves and cure'S". tI out the'ntcei-'
larva rather thin go,-while others' :In cone by draining and letting in the salt water to 5, Brig Sarah Mariab, Pope, New city of blood letting. S\uti. ,loiaoity. 'la (

idf'raLc! sum!,?rs, were removing (to the the ponds of fresh water, and clearing up Bedford ,sundries lo master. no case has Mr. WhTtlaw raile lo restoring, tl

Southern extremity of tile Peninsula: to tho bushes and u nd growth in some of the 6, Sloop Morning Star, Dcniaon.. to saDe state,patients put under 0 hit tl' at.J <
principal streets, our. comfort and health anent f.and the Bronrintoi1 of this eat. blflh.
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I t j conceal tliernsHvw, 2nd be out of reach at have been much' promoted. During the Havana.. maRt ate authorized by hmVtoaa 4hat all'; 'j Y'

the time of rciroval.: The 'brad chief of the past year a number of handsome dwellingshave "Urcnd, Welsh, Havana. cases of insanity can he,cured.by his system h
,' been erected, And'moro are in 7, "Retier, Woodward,Havana. when there is no malformation Slit. H,.

churlish progress
nation, i\Micanopy., stupid, in 'lo- -we bay, handsome1. commodious, 8, Schr. Pilgrim, Packer cwYorlc',. drophobia.. This dreadful malady, 'whiolPupto 11

kntold",fellow, weighing about 250, appears and pleasant court.house,for the plan of the; sundries; the present time baa defied the skill or
the most clamoKMis against complying improvement, we are indebted to His Honor CLEARED.Nov. the medical practice, has been'successfully .f.
.."'" Judge Webb, ,and for its execution' to i treated by Mr. Whitlaw, and altoinanum-t -f.' ,
wild the conditions bf a treaty, solemnly two gentlemen; who must have been induced : 1. Sloop Loreto' Sawyer, Havana. bet of'eases by tho physicians and surgeon "

rili.lcd. hy commissioners of his nation, rather"pro bonopublico" than. for the 3, Schr.Mary' lane,Griffin( ,Mobile, who have adopted his system, S2d. Pals. ,)*, I
e sundries to master. It gradually; relieves. 83d. It baa'
received for their contract. proved'
,
chosen for who
the
purpose' h.id previously; ,moner.tbey'another b'nldingon Jackson C,. Sloop Morning Star,Dcnison,Havnna. an effectual cure for canoIn( its incipient ,

xaarlinedand were, highly' pler.seJ with, Square, of which wo; will only say nowthat stage)'ervesy plluscurvya'ainters'chollc. ,- !
it has Jail like .pinal affections, palpitation,or.the heart a i
tho countrj assigiu-d/thf a very appearance externally c' Dread, Welsh, Havana. .
inflammation, of..the eetIitij.tIilI' necks
have not its
Onr 'adds in -wo seen interior ,arrange. 7, Relief Woodward Havana.. ".
enrrcppomlcrt rash
postscript nettle jaundice
: ulcerationot.1Ii.:
ment, and we hope not to have its key turn ; e
"The mail' fi'as this moiaciil arrived The ed on us. The hand of improvement, has cc Schr. Whale, Packer, Char.. : .t4roatlivercomplaintsscald, bead,*and St.'t
been busy in the neighborhood of rUnt o'' jotlc. harbor, sundries to Captain., .Vitus' Dance. '.
ImlLins :JInp: ,and all, refused to ;o.- The bathwill be
Place tho whole Slimmer, but wo confess tr''' l I 'open hom9o'clockrr
What steps ;jrwcmwojit will fake upua} : this have, seen improvements in and about Cline '7 n ;_ IA.: M. until 5 P.M. ', ( / .

'course remains becon. ton Place,that have given us more pleasure! EDWARD OL.0trEht.e: :inov. ,
extraordinary yet to }'" ........ IrO" ", ( Mtf l' 'J
and in fact of
are importance" than .
!
more .
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{ any urn feel permitted to speak of. I

'- Many ofoturresidentshave returned from R .e ward.: List of Gotte4': ,4
As vC pro.UrlPtl,, a I.irgo prcpnrttnn: of i tIO'; N ortb, and seem even to be pleased to EMAININti .1
our \\\tjlc\\; I population a '3 rn'lcJ on Sunday find themselves at home main ; and we are will bo. the l<, it tbo;Post Office at;Kejr ,
paid by \Veit.onthefirstdayorOctobar. lQ f
in truth, right glad to sec them, for ivo THnabofVb'roward' ,
confess v
h I'isl for<(1vino< service-who'hy their seriousdeportment that in the absence of business we have ; fo ation that '.will 34, 'ril.fch if not taken,'out within t &&.Ir"l" Uj
'
t ring to'coDvictionland ppuoishment, the months,will be sent to the General Post Of- 41
evinced) of tlieo'rr.tl felt a little lonely. There is
a proper sense now landing a villian, -;:
flee dead -
rmt.tcnal&c. orvihlianswhoondle'nigbti of tho as l.tt lDDetbeJlantll'; II j
for which! they hid! met together ; brig load for(he saltworks, 3d, 3d. and 4th instantv broke Into tho Long' : BushnftJLJlJ-C .. T,
with .artificers to put them ,up ; and we areQXr100l.t18Ti IIonM-uvW'M'1; ; "!,*** .*im.,. -.u... u c-ctaruioeoJT., COIlDIJ' Court,. UG t1}
:mlJ irie;cadiucs; wjih, which jnany joined in the duly !C.e *wgT irntWKTaimonron subscriber. .. .
iiiinself. Another old resident th ,) and injured the building M-McKane, Tiillv, McDonald,:/.11(.. ...
in ile scry Ire, whaJMulfiorer raft accustnaict.1 : and abused one of the. occupants.' cKinne. Ann Martin,.R, W.]; ,
has returned to the Key; bringing with hima >t9
) to lie use of the prayer liuoTt, gave tail way: | ,for. .the hauling up of vessels.. .. NOT.l 6._ 1034. l t.- 'P, C.. GREENE.P. .. N--Nell Ezekicl Frederick aU ',, <, ."1 i

leasing< proof of a deirc to 1etrn, and hire Something of this sort was much '.anted. ., C. GREENE 'P-tJarlif.-Roberts,'Joseph, 1...' ,,
here and in cart
we see no way ",1IichlJ > '
:an interest in its holy rcfieshmeut.! The 8-SUneL.M. ; tu
fail to bo one of the greatest improvements ONT I NUKS to transact General AgenS -.. T-FiUingbtt: D;'P g' :1 !.(-." r ..ftpA.TTEnSON..tpl \( .
sprinon naQ onq evidently prepared for the that could have.taken place-managed either \ cy, o\Unction! and Commission. business A'', ; l W t et I

occasion, and Rethink especially: fitted for as a joint-stock concern,or an individual at Key West. Me'has a commodious Ware! persona:' calling for.letters tsj '# I
enterprise, it.cannot. fail to pay.well tat t 'House, and goods will, be taken,storage iviUfle'aac .
its 1'very: mm know something of 'his the same nine, the public,must be greatly at reasonable ntH; whether they.are adfertlied, > f.. .M. uht f

nvn dnlirs- hiit"uc who has, for the first indebted'fn the individual who has takenit (hov. 8, 1834-4tf.J Cot'3"J f i t .. n..', i. j I:

firno. 'jflltig' Jifc, his peen minister, stay: be ,I. ratus.. upon himself to bring. .; ;hero such an appa Wm. II. ,Shaw. -- I- in the Superior, C 4t..d.it,;.:'Ju. .rn '' fi i

ut a lossto C determine, precisely, what tho In addition to the excellent fire engine ,' vsf f' fa Attachment #Qt. dicial ttrct of Trwa "*) T. at ,

\vjsolo! dutyof that minister i:4, and U cer- and houte for its accommodation, that the John If arris. Sr Richard t .Robertt. B Y: -j t- :..

'.linly betokened great: fairness of intention liberality of our citizens and the corporation ,.,HE defendant and .sl interested\ will .ie t. : :! !
l'
67 'o pick : t
flue.rivcn have well ; IuAlmiralty
tin, wo a organized take notice, tbat the. above suit LM cotton, a ,
n 1 ours,to' tell ns'what: he esteemed. \ to i&No. I ;and well appointed fire: company, 'wbo been commenced by attachment in the 8upcrior -a 'up ait aea.: ** \-, : a
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t <#*
Tlie tolerant spirit, J Jm.8IJ1'11! througliuiinVdtsroursoof give evidence of so much skill 'in their aim, Court for the Southern District of ALL oilote..ted1o'Uuab 'icas'a \
aiiiJ strength ic thcir'arm, that we arc well Florida, and they Are required to' .t are hereby nodded that.oil the residue r l
; J tho Rrv. Mr. Bonnet, appear of forwhtcl'lb..'
from the
!satisfied personal "experience that and pleid to the declaration at the next money: above'Cottod f
(noel (hare htccrple.1sini to any of'a differ* ,should any of our'bn!!2iag< take'fire, (which, term,of said cuurt A. GORDON was sold,by, the>> Marsha cf,thin District > .
fore .fend) they' would put it out aftertbe: ot the laallCe and expend it '
nit creed ; at the fcamc tiiup, alt those* leaven [oct.. 15-I3mJ Atty. for JTff, payro d
in said
iiq a .quarter less than no time. CACTUS' aea caute.haa been pad jnto the Be K'fbtnr.of
most fcnacious in the church "ivonld ho. satIsfied .. ; At Oliver O'Hara I t the" Court, where ,ft willremafA, A .

). of: the soundness; of.the doctrine, pn ,_ ,s. V In Attachment. for ttine mootha, uoleat"'. erdalrne4.br 11'IT j :.
.
: 5 soft zeta EfI.lUlIlEII. John Harrit. ) : .this person or persona entitled to tbe'itmf, ;
corrrrctne3s of the faith Wo hate much I t have a silentrsorrow-her., TIIElletc dant, and *U interested., will or' his or their leally...tboaUed..t. '-" t I,

cVti'; to suppose, that in Mr. !'. we' ;have) A prief III ne'er impart,' that the above suit baa A.' 11.\ DAY, C'IkP'.j' .

1 Insure without price. We hope his It breathes no.igh-it sheds no tear, .been commenced by attachmeot-in the Su By If K4 NEWCO BVO., I:
nut it consumes my heart. perior Court for tlwj Southern District of ,f j011m9m (' .-' -.t -,, '. .Jed'TEor..utboriaedteraanonneiC4lojtty '
invitation to all interested in a ,Sund'yscHooI Florida,' and they are' required ,o'appear.and !
t cherishM loved I
This woe, tL.Is' despair.My ,
will be 'cxicpsm-Jy) accepted and I. lot foreyerlu: ,14r' . r ". plead to the' declaration atthe text. yr W JLL1 A U, B.' KUTT ALL term o( said court. A.' COUPON,
Untn// (Arsons having the care of children, So cryioul'.lord:tbo j>&$4 1 bear' #. :[oct. '. J.13'QJ Att cterPi'Q. candidate& to .represent the: Territory -of' ,*f ,

will( bring; them forward. Nor do we 'see Bo.never knqtra by thee.- __. Florida,in.the_ j4Ui.Coajreij of the United.' ;* ,
t *t .1:... .-' I h.bL
) N
'rute-.rdh1.i'1
}tote parents, guardians, or any otltcrsj'wl.u And when p j 7y4 VVUeeler '
Should mark this altered eWttr-r 'b9 I I .In Attachmcat. fiftei.WE '
rs
authorizedto ,t
have precious can deny J ire announce.Colonel -
may charges so ,
When tpy poo.ted trphljo1bId b' I Jt ifl Harris. JAMES ; : candid \
themseTpcs for their tJ--.r... tf_,, ,!, Jefendiat.aod OAfTSDEffM' '
interested
will
such on opportunity ,I'!' r., .' : >: ; ate to represent the Territory Floridaia. ., 1
best good. It is proposed to administer the 1 shall not raise'tnr'*yci'to'heaven; JL lake \police, that the .above suit has tbe 24th Congren of.the Ubftcd BUtei.. i,
been commenced attachment in.: .*'
ask for tAI by 'the 5upflrior :. ."
met -
holjr.comnsunion'nc=Sunday wek. Normercy .
:,
be 4 Court for tLe SoulLerb Distnct of '" '
This solemn rite of the church, was 'never, i j owl despair| to-by forgiven thee., .: Vlorulak'aod they: arc 'required to appear WE are authoHredto, Qaouoc. Colonel' ,
UopardonVl oyo
tile JOSEPH M.' WHLTEasra'cnodid- : Pate
'cbelicvp celebrated! thi i6 Island. Mr, I Iu. Jt0' ;-, fad plead to dedaratioa "at the next "'
.
\ on : term of said courtA.., GOUBON,. to present Territory of Florida,
.has invited ..,
\ love (think on tbee, : .. Y :)
)i\Iy I'It -
to conic and see him, we feel confidentin I early I !- .. ,
,
its crimson throne.,
When evening seeks l arcauthorizeotoannoancVl.jbrWILLIAM -
saying, that it will giro him pleasure to !. .' Sweet hour which gentle memory," W"IITVg> VEOETA.VAT'QU11uA'rl1e I, UTi3 VI .'VYA'M'u'.reiWJd '. l

extend *\, acquaintance: ,end make himself Delight to eonsecnite her own i'Ah : ; subscriber retpecUulljr tn.6rme I ate tore eseot the TerritoiTift t i

useful to tho'holo people-be also I baa t :then thy eherish.d.lltl. clings"r: the tftttzeaofKey W"t,tbat b. has, Jo ttiy.- Coofrea*.of, the, .UhiledJOSEPH AtMa 'a: f,
T4 hear we, .
or
aU I meet or ,with considerable established the .. ,
q
expense --- 1. J 0:0: 'to t "
much those oiiaw ; .iJ
tracts which may be of use to .And twiligbl' breeze tike brings above yarned laths 01 .
m a retIred'part the. I A.TUOt 1tp$. Mcvorrxta; A'
who-are l looking for the way to be N\'OO- fl'by voicij..gladoess! back tone, city pa Whitehead street,where be hopes' I Key west: '. oi

which '!;e wilf gladly 1 give to such as desire. l' to obtaitt liberal, *U f 4 of public patron:, .J. ,I.,.
r *'/The" Nashville'Republican'of the. If ti. je. CoaYale :eoUai. >d'tniBgerreortiec A$1L1N'Vi 6KELL,, .ATroaPRt,4t; ..
the 6oQth for tbeJrhealtL .U find peat, LIw, Ta'I'"". .tMJd4 'r.Jorw..:.
Mn, Eoroiu regretted to observe in Octobercontains'the. 'following! 'unplesant. reliefrrocs if*use of thia c I.bra4ed.fia. at
tlib first number of.. the Enquirer,under the intelligence!*'* The a4enfgtied is kUo furcbhed with the =
lid of!C Sfflatej& &statement relative'to' The htrvMaec*' wrf-Ycsterdajr'j'efningabolit .eceuary; vegetable. ,""", Boa'la u.eeftho iJiJi :i ridtm.

tho! range of.iliaotercurtidtlrc*eiskntj du- 4:Work, '!n o'Ioflil the J HerWsdiscoVwe'dtobe ; bats ,Tbe.effects ctteVapour Bith' '
mitagtr- re, and are:- EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE,
*Hog the past summer calculated l in anmv_





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without sacrificing; the ,in- ''I los$ itscLiefjWC arC<< proud'and happy: to leek

,1,:, .L ---,.-,.J'. ..:; .t'ot tlikeattest the onliealOiful labor >netxlnpon ling a condiiion the manufacturers The! latter forward to that wido and formerly waste

1 Jraldk'Seed P f tinc.kibfff'. ; thtrn.Bhooli i tcrests carried ot the day and it was decided ba> field,over which literature U[ extending itstriamphanntliosco"rho (
render :
the excess of fatigue a ) beneficent
consequences
might
voice they
SYSTEM. OFeMANUFACTimESftMclamour ,. suspension: i>f labor necessary, the parish. majority eleven withtoil,.cha.r and that Will follow{ fo the whole coat.munftyjVm -

r Y ENCfL1NiN1'lab, : ," :, ; refuses to the parents the small relief requi still continue to crush, whotovery 'weakness punUhmcnt 'llowittnVie Monthly Rep' ,
human beings
)luCh ..lias .been, raised within site for the subsistence of the children,and Behold
their
'tio last twenty, the feudal system it is only by retrenching from each member should form radicalism protection.has mada her ,Servile--The.worst of the public .
such
as
l -ft system which been abolished of the family f some portion of their already humanity are tho sycophants and 'serviles who .
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t for throe centuti: _.. Frightful pictures hare.: insufficient nourishment that the father can .rt comfort and strengthen }!he'foibles_ of .mca
and'of the abuse procure for the sick child the means of re Y. JovrnaFoComtnfrccfDHEADFUL offer, I
been drawn of iw power, I From the N. in Iwwef vhenjris'clesiralito: to, every
of that power' toyrafdty' kinSs people, and covering portion of his strength. SHIP\VREOK, ., possible resistance to thelr-worst leading:

in44yidaal'. One ,would' imagine _that in The two vexes, which are not kept separated MORC THAN THKtC! HUNDRED Some Unitarians of,Bristol, .at the instign*

r''tttgcohe'ir's; pf Ur: ,middle ages ., in these factories, arc led astray by lion, it is said, of Dr. Carpenter, have &ddreswcd -
losers, their a corruption of morals which is much more LIVES LOST after' the
banecagp agaio.Wlththeir Lord Grey : Ebrington
4 ancient fortification, their executions, and precocious than is manifested in other walks Extract of a letter from Pic ton, tinted fashion-that is saying in substance (turned .

abort all,"their dungeonsPeople'fancied of life} and no means arc adopted to obvi ,. I1th&ptcmbcr-- in appropriate Eastern phrase,) Grey is

they* perceived' behind their portcullises ate or retard these effects. It does not appear We have just rcr.ei\'l'\Jnccouuts of tho Great It is for him to order, and for us

knight baYlxxTViih: iron, ready to take ihe that .any regulations have been'insti-} i. loss of theahip S}belle, of Liverpool, from to receive dispensations. without mur
l of this
tute .lo the immorality
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field, obbirigtnvellers.knnckragdowniheptta stop progress Crorrralry for Quebec, with 315 emigrants: mur. Let him,do with,his servants as ho
> and carrying off' their wives and ,,or that,the thought of applying a remedy '
sntq; alt ot whom perishedsix of the crew'saved pleases. lie is the breath _of our nostrils.
has found heads in
which
a place in
daughter, Erery one trembled, every one none in the boat four of wfioni arrived
themselves | What he prnnls i is nilve need, and all our
of sordid
but considerations interest can <
,) became exasperated at the mete apprehen 'here'dais'rilOming.. Cm nothing bo need is what he grants. His"will is justice,

,l. Lion of such an order of things/lhe return find.admittance., done to erect a lighthouse on this fatal isl and justice his will They are infidel
4 The moral and education
religious
0( wbicru nevertheless, appeared to be surrounded of and f should be taken if
Surely means dogs who question,his.counsels. Grey is
the factory children is confined to
here and there by a few'bbet Jesl.'t ; a slight
i 1 such fatal
possible, to
prevent shipwrecks.1 Great!
sufficiently i calculated: to bantih 6ch_ ,idle, i instruction, given on Sundays during the .t. '
fears hours stolen from j that. recreation.and Depose Halifax paper. Dytins sort.of l incense any'good pu.rposo
l.'t; necessary to miserable creatures i We may say,'without fear of contradiction that mny lurk in Lord Grey \Will be smothered
the World
But though, exhibited I no much grown
;, stupid through excess of labor, and reduced that more than a thousand of the emigrants while 'disposition} Jto'd6" nothing
a isquiet;;at.:.the approach of, these unrealdaogere who have GreatBriain
left. : and
will bo
almost to the mournful wonderfully invigorated by such:
alarmed feeling that
;, istence .of, none a.. teudal appeared system oil at different the ex- they have no better existence than the machines Ireland(' the present year, for the British 'I sweet solicitation Jo gh'o11 to it.---Eng.

characterfhlch; enclaves thousands, of:individuals ., of which they Are the forced propel North American Province,. have' perished' lish paper. ) ,
by shipwreck on the IJI3ss.1ge.Pfhi; is a
lers..
,coodemna! them to 1nCeaint'tojl J,; 40tb of the whole Of still I .
These however part number. a MUSIC"I .
lay bold'ot"'W'otbe and children ; arc not tho only
3 oppressions '
exposes thus greater number who have 'J _fa, the same Tho art of music like that of
exercised ,
them td all_ or.ts ot demoralisation I requires; shamelessly and without I pointing,
countries for '
New York
of: therzi.services;'not:only: disproporuonedita : pity, towards this.famished m 1titudo.i .' not one, has'per. !: is appreciated more by the expense which

jthii JT strength, but (o the wretched A afJ.: i;. Political'paasinnsintervene i They whisper I ished by shipwreck. 'rhcs 'a e fads, \vorHhy ,I it involves: than. ,, by thareal:enjoyments it ratl'urds.

,grantjad Jo'.tbeoi;:deprives them of,all eoucation >.. to those who have money that they ought of being taken! into/consideration:: .. by. ,. Cultivated! with, liile|! success by

,.,ao iXftxerciaiag: i supreme' control' to have power la orderto obtain iti'tlie emigrants and.their friends. the English, it is scarcely' folio wcil( as a pro.fcssion .

qyer4heir live* and limbs: ,: (devotes if em' to i master manufacturers arm the: unforininate I unless by foreigners, 'thbmore dearly '

endlett'ptfvaltidnSfCdntrary" ;,alllatye,' to", :beings whoso lot ;sin their,hands .. DREAPFUL;' AIASSACRE'OF 'AN.. A-.,: paid because they seek to find in the money

alf government, to, tUl, .wo J.-do qed rights.of Under the threat'of letting them ,die of: I N1RICAN.CREtV.- ? 'which( they gain,,not only a recompensefor t

y .'.Pb gdd'tq '.' ., i hunger they emboJy! theta taro regimentsmarahathem News lias'been received at Salem, by the! .their talent, but.a compensation fur thelitlleTnterest

a ; ,, u themaaufieturing poor-, j against the government, and OWLCTS of the brig Charles ''Doggef' from which ft irrpues.t ,
fa tho turn lhctninto..engines disorder ( ; 'If1 English; voices 'afford JirtJ '.gratf5c
tr; dungeons are .workshops,where : and sub Captain Balchcller,'dated at Manilla, April :-
.
thousands'of Unfortunate beings find a pro? version. They arc made to. march in the 7th, in which he.gives': the _melancholy ;jrj- :tion, Englishears" are'not overniietlio

cocidas'' death,'long preceded by-diseases: nanpe of liberty, as ;political: liberty could lelljgei of hi3 crew 14"jn number.. ,having ':'one,is made for the other; :and if,,which
and tafirmitieVwnich' owloR.ti the uriill ,be important. him who is deorivnl of"'ill been attacked at the-Fee .never I happens, the! sounds r'Q' sharp voice
-:' -- -- -'- Joe .Island
,wttotetoma t,tt'theY. oreatae,' Slid'tQ the e;' : .;peisoaal''freedoui.' But this is a inner of in September by lie I natives, while employ s should (Jhtif.oily strike tho tympanum of an

.I leiioot gilt\ U-imatuieat''they,; under.1' little cooseque nee.. The orders of superiors cd on shore, and nine of their number 'att rilivc auditory, it would not be aflcciet

g :Y'Tbo: \barons ;are"tlM tnanntacttironwiw'iq'grtify ,' are executed' by men who have<<: nsliul'meiiia o killed, viz- Clarlca Shipm n,1st officer;',! in n disagreeable; : manner; Bj 'a habit of

'their-'cupidity; 'condemntfioMtdependent "' of understaading'theirepirit as thy Benjamin W. Barton, ICh:>>bOdSm.tlb'WiI' which people are not aware, and which can

upon ,them- to, the 'most_. have of opposing;.res ltlnce, And when liam Horn and an' Otaheilan: ': The only originate in the little pleasure caused

depressive and most.deploraBle slavery..What :they imagine they"havoobtained Uiiafancied other four had been left by"seaman.other; vessels' by music too often unworthy of attention,

-. .was the correct to tWd peasantryof! : .liberty,: theft resume those habits of wretch that had visited the islands audit the penpludo not listen; and hence it is that

the"middfe'tges,' ']compared-:.vitb"t1w.. toil J 'oonm and slavery in.which ,they vegetate,,; of the attack were all in't, : time, an English concert is LIII"nuis'c of irstrumentswhieh -

.t exacted from the laborers' 6f tho, 'present provided 11nJP.Ih t the blows!they receive <; .,/B, Those who escaped oemployofapr. were all mingles itspjf; with the noiseof.conicrsJtioDs
do
delis'Thld'libor If is; not incapadfatelhemfocdntfnue
iaidenablesthe' : I those Wouudcd rendered
t more
them deafening
,
t t people,to, lire, 'fl.o> dpuft it doesbut in painful toils wbjcha.barbatous among was Mr.James Ma- the
avarice (in i g ion, of-,,Salem, not badly: 'After'an by necessity which the tal..eralieundcjr}
like manner, the -sine ofoaffoldibvirona .order to sciuargthowanta! i wittfthe, nit of
; wages of s nee of ten fifteen making their voiceS prevail set those&
; enab'eO! ;'' their<< ;vassal*:jo ,,Jivejalso,, The .: the laborer)renders still more.overwhelmins. ned to this place or when days the, Capt! ,B.,rctur the singers.
natives restored,
too and in .
latter' their ble. :
uppoj
,
avowing tyranny, did not ; the bodies of his deceased When this c7tafirtfrrhas lasted the ,1
fleet to feel.'fdr the victims ofjheir-. These very task-masters hard :.men. 'On his : tire.
des- to
: fro pJtUeas i; to scribed lime,*!! end is put to it the
)
I their passage Mahilla'Capt B.totit bed ;at tho ; arts<'a
bowlful .towards
humanity which ,
potlsm.that f Jelptoendstp own
speocs,towards me 4 relew,Islands and are dismissed after haring been'well
i'wcnfico,itself((ur'the: bi borntin 'the:now' land the .was ieUACkcd. by paid
W..: ; qf acme race,' several hundred natives, whom/ he beat :If professional music is,thus rewarded,
united off
-ness ol tho by too 1 armies
,oppressed. I language and
,
by a. without anr loss on his par I,except a,Sandwich ; nc.rp3Y'imagine that amateurs: ore litllocncoungedp
These reflections have,:been'8Ua t d. cooww religion, tbeso4rery jneri'find tears island boy The make this sort of tilenUvaiUabl !
second )
to me by;;authentie enquiry : and eloquent phrases ''for ,the'. officer was .
into the West,
in : India i thrown : : J hey ITmir thcmschcs
overboard the
in to fecblP"
terra 'arrangement:of,Ibtt'K gliill-mc'f> j: ...>_ ,.....w ._ F, the. Skirmish but'was 9
min ry tthheexcess ;ttmm m uymijBjM / "- ..execution';_of.pieces '
tie!.,fo regard to IboJe.cJiildreh! whose ; which they / WS'U' --:- on tLe'll:1rp': piano
poverty speculate generally '
obliges them to !seek1' 'therein;,,a,prtca; Uiey laTJa&,or/ a, cause; which affords -. Song of romances.hoe!accompanied; 'ty.! a .jjtite+ or the

tioua mode of existence* them arj,:op'PGt\u itt,of>making a,.parade NOVELTIES l LV'TltA VELLING.. a writing! ,attention. gners I *!Io ,o lend

Their hard. lot: baa *wQdtliseisl. of their.philanthropiclientiment., without Asatilr"ttllugissb,
It'ap%:>earsfrotn Boston they lonttnue their
newspaper
that !
their conversations qujje: {U,
'BUity of soro philanthropists, damaging personal intents
: after : iTheir vehicle
a ,has been much before arnafe'urs

.,1' having addressei.the4rAcoapJaintfVin: Vain; ears deaf_to the 'cries o'f ihe unfortunate \ neat that attboiato-propelled on a rail road," as'bcGrc ai lists.
,city, English; "
:.v I to ihejbeads/of;lhts* establishments; } have! beiogi.kept gWke bi the;iiick'of,tho'oven- ; an hour. At this rate of o'f forty-five;miles rnurical compoaificjis are lia'i i>pi-
+
: travelling Iyrarcandareundistinfe'iushcdby .
at length laid them before the aeries a.man' any na
house of tiroopeo tgl4a
: :coat c produced ,
l.r( taons. An enquiry >ai oideiedt'ap4; the their lmagination: br-tW tIded, on'cricking might soon, go touud( 'thq rorfd.": ;Let/us' ,, tionality! of chatacter. Musicand raiicians -
calculate
*following_the result of it. or the Jamaica :_45' mileS} an hour fa'1080 miles ,'the/country: dances. and. the orches

4 ,TPrem1he'age6rdght;, : children Let. -r a day" and as the, ..circumference'of, tho tress which! pf y them, the very land organs ..
r are capable}of,certainTUMr yeast j irt factories(i I '.whose condition us'enquiTe! hetberne* : cs, globe is computed 'to b .2 ,OOO miles, the ni the streets: and the miserable wretches
IO'PltelWel pity, are'u whole journey might be who turn them all -
I amore especially In those establishments wretched j.offwf the' accomplished in f aro .where colonial plantation! ; 23 days-a fine trip in-short" time .toLondop. Itjsjn
i W ; reality the wis.
,
t -spinning cgnied the abut
: Pn."The u t
j I. are at& 'Octyd'mItant j<4ur".,of from I of.hlinctreater'edd upll Siztlpgbamt.l the fihh'iy f ;workvhq $ -< _japer____mentions L .'that. .. -.:furrioiro- :, I i estplan." ... ? ..-' r_. ..
f. ,eightib'ten! boijr: iirhseti ': -10. I blatn Arttbe u"i- iMai a person nut cecn Ruble! ''FAMK.. -.It:is the
thought
i pptraed 'de'-Jo' labots.tiventyerght l lltrouori : ; and mind of
r, 4 aa i f I hours virtsof the city! inst! -a-carVrill( jimeropj jon" jw$ orjhree,and cp bonitydprtgtt outbfthirtyzdretf: ir,d1 Jdreo 'surviving the.thoughts and
: > ?. } .
sna !
uponbythe'raddvith
] : # llte.+reels..r float thqm to;bo 8ILJected-tQatig'JO ened bet- ; sfoppcd at epiir! ftl
'; uenca of iasUfcientreatt sleep :>1 9 utreDgb! t.Hue they not 'appeared;; seyeraljilacespfjplcaiuraao (, ,perishable. Ii ia the power which the infddlecl -

tttjosaes *.i imperiouV 1t,: thai It offer., h url each day, and,two days f in the week some. machiae. to'hara 1Ic.ev'o compJct control.of to( I ,I cxerciecs over the intellect, and t'i"! I.ta-
taker 'poor children I in it,':mid of mounted a hilly street. ', <, ting,1lomag'hicb is
t their) ? to give to a species..of labor wbicb is profits with. UMMvindj. almost,' paid toil, as sues
\
!ab t\ tYit ;rde"i j head.n If
awake : things JndepeudenlJx.of of timo
khg
.. tbeq ; thieyoftei ,able..tohelD; (o repose Lwwch:refresher gn on; thUS.lIl"t and circumstances.
b."'e tida 't 4 "lum'1 :\t n Mojw, idleness which indemnifies them discount.! Jtpojrer,.jpj| soon':to at purified; 'from partalhyandevl: speaking ;
"" -
.i etia, t1 me"J>>ast4wutd even tbo .for their excessive twit r Let tba 4 ; 1 it is the sound ;which thou stream 'of high
,, .basil; :ft.th iit liroprietora rti" ... tJloughts.ca ied '
.br ght befortf of Enal lishfactories'pmcaresimilar .. .. l' down to future ages,makes
thecom with the enqui tiger fue their Korkmen,",aid' people IIdf:10 omar: Reading,--\Yten the'business of the as it, flows, deep, distant murmuring evi....

ry. wit k:e1tl"btirftfrifrcm+ 'their sockets,, then bo inclined to believe in tbeuncerity day is over, how many'men does'the even. more, like the waters: ,of a,mighty o cnnJlA ;

and broken limbs, the e'atggl''too hohib"l -- of their li1P!>Criiint tHtyror.tb cixidauon ing hour.find comfortably seated 'In their

RlAlied.ala@ietad as': 'ft>f being, wbps lot l u ,without doubt easy chairs resiling. .U>, themselves, or. to -devout spirit t ennobles and )

, ; thayp, were found tot lt dliy. the. tube- envied.-hut, u c.r-' r-. ..._.. ... fw nna.uMMj...... ia.. nui__ not BO: ',some fair friend, or- .hanmrM- ""'t'...,,7.i'. Ail,- uuvr L..._ the meanest pursuits of. humnn, ..consecrate iifi.... ,. TKMUlj-
p.J,1Jt..nacnl.ei near which they wtre* 'wretctadM that of the beings they i ppres many pleasant hameiivttile the ladies arc pious Mr. Carter, an English--minister- *
I : \ tepptla J rIt MS 'de seated! at their of the
aniformly ois d.t that Thonclassesarofree it sahjS rooming puritanic
' f of : will'be employments or age, waaonco visiting one of ha
tironse.urty remainin '
:0 one habitual By no means; their lot differs from that or fmuID ?!tsfor-whatever: thQ1.1 may please members,who being a tanner by trade
I .r== alydedbjr sinugrir ingliibol the I>r typo,doe nano '' 'turning was
neaiofa-4B..arn.:0911
nart6icbliad i thatthey'are ,not aloud in glad: 'creature' read< over some .skins in tie vat, when
hccntWllowed 'sold. H, o co full of his
aro hai d musie,and marked pastor
fro 1 I behind
I tl b11'C!1.4 W! receive ootrighli 'bj the Brortttt up him and tapping
} rpatu 'COn.f ,Ibe whate a small l :fractional share emotion' oT a young him on the shoulder a
, f aegtt ,k" '' QDaaOrmy.bi en :.of thetcapiial which heart.1 Jay_ of our.rpighty.bardj pure find,, saying, The Lord
:
they create The ova sto- mo so doing when
,doQeeth tth coasgqutaoa. are ono<< of one of eMIr. be come?." The
1mH't-'nd... Jroaa ... .entailal decent oamasterslatercated in their'I.life xy .most cunning! interweavS man turning round replied, "Not .
R = f.t! :..U..JZ1'-:!yenta prod w health, ; ;4Uw othem might die un.. of the trutfnf! natures witlt the, BPIen hide4 I hope.* Yes said i Mr tanning
,
i .. > twttu 1 fll'fto\Dlt., on the pntt of less lumaaily; stepped into their relief of fiction, or follow the'wonderful! veer honest ,Carter, "pUrsuing -
the fw my rocation
with
tats Ins; love in
muaad.tobo..reotltbe'' of our
4i t :self-interagtxtldea.aU appeal |fA their fiber travellers, naturallistg: Iud phi. my heart.1' The; '
.mom", presence of the Lord in
teliefccecessary .to- obtain All"', loiopb car
a. :: haves spirits into feve>
b ttreequstlip .region our '
equally rifelfed y o f earth thoughts
cure.,. .1)0. greater,.pat t,were maimed. 'inEflQt the sod ,which bears to add mind Publishers gives dignity and consequence
them to
tell s'l&
may the
1 ? ;o.r ,;MlH g thee means. to. '''ork.ioth&o air the.wbstes'The, blacks dqn't leU'i"! critTcs poetry humblest pursuit Some of the '
| in rnayry > hajppiest,believers}
p Ulbta ace, t"s ruptedatmosSere. tt colt, .J are those who cheer ,their
tfritrulous
tnair.Cuttl" that 10 The too' arty 9uJhl land drlrg'there51 inaJcjng, it copy f daily toil with the,hope of the GospcktVarraSr.

--. -.th4t. .1Ift Cioaa"'aIJ f'm; al attiitat'.W 1 rittaledt the> moat P Yillanage*' is }he'the obit btben.Uo'Jet'ou d'rdence whichh b',to ,hire,' bat *unreflecting ewiUwnturetoaaythat.at.Lo wl oTq ,ifcel ._. ( : .

-cb-'DGCCP'aou.tthat ce de4th .. ;:f<{ ; found" between there, Ala La rOct were theto ever more books read bl peri.that .
'peIti... d ;part of the Soft hcodt.rQuaker
to the I s a T1te,rolum Aous eYideaee 'popublloqmostqllJiJilied travelling with
of'a of thp! i to
*t.bucnbttr ot.tbe' the fscz ur; draw delight and a flippant infidel the
producew thotrsaads good dtildre 1orptheyatt And
.. ?pipi, d is :44&nAaugaaiex p riper lit, dIa} ''jtf tkletynuny d Wjoa.cmia' Sf when weeaterrncchanica'librarieaand i | lee opjwrtunity of turning into ridicule certain

M"",, car.,in,,tau avid owl ; could' aot dugp t :,* SSS .'ahem filled' :will quiet. arrest men. and POrtieDf11f..sdlplures.;: } Do you think,
:=! a | 6rid'u b'men now sitting said he. 'that the atones from David sling
? !"j JWtoU l wiaamer. on stiles ita the :
=-u.r f ail uLs I Z?
Tropoa, ilor puiuagin,eadto ddes3u and- sptnt oryel(1i'mdlecJ( volume why Quaker tired with his impertinent lev-
:
.t1 v L "" t1"f'. ho ti ie; 't9 lotet .herp in.tiotous rind rect..lr ity, coolly! replied/'Why Iruly,, I think

'couldirkis pate. were as soft aa thin ."


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