Key West enquirer
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 Material Information
Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1834
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
lccn - sn 95026781
System ID: UF00049046:00008

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pilot at least six > ilex from tho light houseon hope from their united skill and experience |
T II R HNQUIIltttt. tho Island of Key West. to be able to give satisfaction to all who PROPOSALS
favor with orders
Sec. 5. Bo it further enacted: That all may FOIl PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST
The introduction of machinery. in placeof ,
AND runLIsiIED8Y suits! :and prosecutions provided for in this
EDITED the tedious and unhealthy practice of A NEWSPAPER:
actshall be had in the Superior Court of
J.ATKINSON. casting! typo by hand. longa desideratum b)
the County aforesaid or before the Judgo
thereof in Chambers.Sec. the European and American "onnde*s, wa'!, To rE ENTITLED THE:

6. Be it further enacted That the by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure KEY WEST ENQUIRER.I I
TERMS.-Five Dollars per of time and money, on the part of our
he allowed
following fees and rates of pilotage -
inserted at the rate of senior firs successfully 'accomplish
ADVERTISEMENTS to each and pilot, first for piloting partner UNDCUsrUcD
for every of the machine/ cast letter rpHE beg leave re-
(lnc Dollar and Fifty Cents pop square vessel in ed. Extensive: use -
and conducting a ship or or out, tl) uflci
Seventv-Fivc Cents has tested and established its su prepositions to this
tie first insertion, and Reef. Secondly fully
ore of the Florida -
any part in over that cast enlightened public, u, publish a weekly
continuance.For periority particular
each etcry
for subsequent
I from of the said Reef to the portof
any under!
by the old prJCf'Ss.Tlte newspaper| the ule ,\(' title. It !''I"oU.
Key West.01 to Indian Ke, or thirdly
Letter business will\ here. !he principally devoted t
Foundry Commercial In
the information of Mariners generally, through either of the channels leading into
we have procured from the Collector the, the port or harbor of Key West aforesaid, after he carried on by the patties before I tellii.ence-i!: patty contiomsy shall t be tntirely -
I, named under the firm of White,Ilagar &co. .xcluclcd.The
c .
of the
following schedule of the situation to wit. for every foot of water which such .
Light Houses along the Florida shore, ship, or vessel may draw, the sum of two dollars Their specimen exhibits a complete seriesfrotn Book undersigned i is fully awaic of the
Pica. The
Diamond 14 lines
under his superintence and for every day for which such pilot and News to in the most modern diflietdty of tho task he is about to under

CAPE FLORIDA LIGHT-Stationary may bedetaincdoi employed hoard such and 'type. being take, and in consideration of his want of
light s ylc.Uhite
the South side of Key Bis- ship or vessel, the further sum of twodol- has obtained
"i Situated on Hagar & Coo are agents for the, p.xpencnce, the pol.tc; offer of \
carne: about 400 yards from the beach. lars. sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses assistance from friendshose age and

The; Light may he considered 70 feet above I Sec. 7. De it further enacted. That every which they can furnish to their customers otialifications render them competent to ,

the level of the sea, distant from the gulf vessel bound cither<< to Indian Key or to Key at the manufacturer's prices. Chases the task. For }Ins own part: ,he' pledges! I
stream shout miles. Vessels drawing 10 West except a licensed wrecking ,vessel Cases, Composition Slicks, Ink and every himself that f his
.so ; r as health fwd
feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles of the and refusing to receive a pilot on board, article used in the Printing Business, kept I will
'lightLat.. 25 47 N-Long. 80 42 W. shall, spoken by said pilot six miles respectively for kale, and furnished on the shortest notice I strength die p'rmil-thc public may tely I
LIGIP1 SHIP FL RIMA-Is situated from Indian Key aforesaid, or Old typo taken in exchange for new upon utmost regularity in the publication 1

r on Carysford's Heel, near the site of the from the said Light House on the Island of at 9 cents per pound.N. of the paper. I
old one, in Lat. <25 OR N.Long. CO 27 VV Key West, he neverthelessand it is hereby B. Newspaper Proprietors who give Great ]xiin3 will he .taken to obtain. the f
It is easily distinguished is two distinct made subject to pay full rates of pilotage, as the above three insertions will he entitledto earliest and moMl 1 correct intelligence of

lights are shown, which can !generally be though: such pilot had been taken on hoard, Five Dollars in such articles as they may Wrecks and Wrecked Propelly, urul also I
seen at the distance of 12 miles. Its object but if not spoken more than three mites! respectively select from out specimen.New rejMirls of vCSSelspassing near the Florida I
is! to warn vessels from the dangerous from the abovcmcntioncd places, York, 1833. Heef. I
1r I
rocks and shoals near which it is placed. then and incase' of such refusal as aforesaid I
KEY WEST LIGHT-Stands on the she shall be liable to pay half pilotage, and PROSPECTUS : GENTLE IE c friendly to the' undertaking .

9. West Point of the Island of Key West, no more.Sec. OK THE will please receive8uhfrcrii *o and ;
h in Lat. 2433 1-2 N.-Long.HI! 52 1-2 8. Be it further enacted That no SAVANNAH MERCURY.A forward the names to the Editovns viionuu 1 1IwSSiblc.

W. ; erected for the purpose of guiding ves- fees shall he demandable for piloting and ,
conducting vessclif the same be spokenat DULY MORNING PAPER, J.
sels when entering the harbor ; the direc- any ATKINSON.
tions for which are as follows : Bring the less distance than three miles from the' Devoted to Commerce. \griculturc-Pol October 1, 1834.MIRROR .
light; to bear N. N. W. and the Sand Key light house aforesaid or from Indian Key, itics-Literature-and General

Light: to bear W. S. W. and you cross the provided that this secticn shall not beheld Intelligence ( OF
Reef in about 5 fathoms water; run tor Key to extend to any vessel going or corning To lie edit"d and published in the city of MIRTH. '

West Light until within two miles then through the northwest passage of the harbor iSfrro/inrt/f, Crony A lltntnlloi'S ITKlODICAt.: ,
steer N. W. until you open Fleeming's Key of Key West when spoken at the distance WM. BALDWIN \RR1SON.. One of theo. cheapest Publications in tho
--which is a Mangrove Island in the north- of two miles and a half from said light presenting: to the public the prospectus United) State I

ern part of the harbor, and then run for it. house. of the Savannah ercllry, a just regard f1 IIH publication of the above named pcJL -
The best anchorage is in the upper part of Sec 9 Be further enacted, That in for the feelings of those TO expect to riodica. will he commenced on 'Thurs I
the harbor. Height of the Light House the event ofat'y master of a vessel refusing serve, as well as a compliance which, time dty:1Ist icist. Tho publisher i* very dciir- I
from the level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches. I to pay any pilot for his services the amount has sanctioned renders it necessary to give o'liof laving all the nameof dee subscribers

TjM.tStatmnarv.SD- offccs herein before provided, ttch pilot- 4- briefs.1""t',no ...s IIr mho P rinci'I"lea wl.iflt.. .,.....i .clioll..,... forwarded previous to that tune a.- .i--.v tv ill j
KEY> LIGHT-Revolving once may, at Il hisdiscrctiou sue out from tho office govern us in our editorial duties-We are positively issue; the; ;ktit; day

in 54 seconds. It is the best light on the of the clerk of said court tn attachment impressed with the belief, that in a government The nu in her of names already! received,
coast ; s.V by S. from Key West Light. returnable immediately to the said like oursthe preservation of the Liberties fully juniifics the iiituing of publication( ;
Lat. 24 20 N-Long31 57 W., situated court or to the Judge thereof Chambers, of the People mainly depends on their and !lee first number will be forwarded to
directly on the Reef. The Light 70 feet aga-nst the vessel piloted spoken, which, virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and the many persons who have not subscribed, I
:hove the sea. Court or the said Judge in Chambers, shall dissemination of sound political knowledge but who have signified their intention of
summarily and without jury, proceed to ex- doing no, if tile work should .
TOR'I'UG 1..IGJlT-Stationary-on among them, and being actuated by a sincere meet their e.rectationll. .-
one of the Dry Tortugas Islands, near the amine into the facts and law of the case desire to advance the cause of State .

western extremity of the Reef, in Lat., 24 and decideaccordiugly to its merits but ifthe Rights and Constitutional Liberty, we shall The price will ho one dollar a rear, pay-
31 N.-Long 113 10 W. said vessel so assisted or spoken, hall support the doctrines of the Stale Rights able on the receipt of the first number :nand
not be within the jurisdiction of the court, Party of Georgia, as set forth in the Virginia where five responsible name are lent / '|a j
..ANC I' to provide for the appointment the said court or Jnd't'! in Chambers shall a .d Kentucky Resolutions of 1798-99- the sixth copy thai! bo furnished gratis.- 1
of Pilots, and to regulate the rules of and mav on the return of the attachment and which wcicso triumphantly maintained Letters containing one namo must he pot \

Pilotage at the port of Key West, and for proceed iu like manner, UX-P.VRTE and decide ,j the State of Georgia in W 5-G, und '7 ; paid.A ':

other purposes. accordingly. and thereby assist in perpetuating tile inestimable tho circulation will he very extensive-
Sec. 1. ne It enacted by the Governor Passed Feb. 15,1834. blessings enjoy under our pre the publisher will print a cover for the Mirror
and i o'incil of tho Territory of JOHN WARRFN, providing sufficient
Legislative ent form of government, and which alt: a advertising patronage (
Florida That from and after the of Pres. Legislative Council. shall bo
passage guaranteed unto us, so long as each department AdvertilelT.cra:swill
,the Governor of the said 'l'erntorybend Approved Feb. 15, 1834. of her is kept within its legitimate bo inserted co ipicuously the cover ;
he is hereby authorised by and with FOUNDRY sphere of action. We are in favor of a at the usual rate Merchants and others
the advice and content of said Council, daring 'IAVING Purchased YPh of Mr. RICHARD strict construction of the Constitution-andopposed who advertise by lice year, will Lo entitled I i.

its annual sessions, to appoint such number ALDhON his established and tc al. systems which have for their to one Iqllare, renewable every mouth, for I t
of Pilots for the port and harbor orr Key I the subscribers object tho taxing of the many for the benefit five dollars.
West, and the adjacent coast in a northeasterly very extensive have formed Type a co-partnership Foundry, for the- of the hew, orof laying restriction upon Gentlemen who will regularly' furnish original j, 'f
direction from said city, and the ex humorous article which t
of said business and for Commerce or domestic industry-and shall shall be ap
trerne northern limits of the County of Monroe the purpose convenience continuing of their friends and, patrons resist all encroachments by the Federal proved by the editor, will have the publication I

as he may deem necessary, expedient, have removed their establishment to a Government on the right of the States and sent to them without charge. r
and advisable, provided the numberso ap- more central part of the city. As it is their the libo-ticsof the People. But whilst we Address LYl't D.: ELLIOTT, I
pointed in any one year shall not exceed intention to keep on hand a good assortment thus express our preference for the princi. Bel Air, Ilartlord County Md.

twelve. 'jf the heat type, and to make such, additionsand pies of the State Rights Party of Georgia, Irk II E 8UDSCH1UEK respectfully in-
(fSec, 2. Belt further enacted That sue!. improvements as tho taste of the trade we shall support that party only *o long as J forms his friend aud the public that t

pffttsso appointed before- nterin on the .mil the wants of the country require, they they adhere to those principles,-oar motto Lei* prepared (o do aUktnd; of Jt J) PRIN
discharge of their duties as swell, shall each latter themselves that this establishment being emphatically Principle, not men," TING. Ha hope by attention to business (4
become bound in an obligation with one or vill merit a large share of patronage. They and our ambition to do and sustain right.As to merit a liberal patronage. ;
and sufficient securities to he we design i making the Mercury a vehicle
more !good i.av" now several fonts on hand which cane J. A TKIN$ON. i
approved of by the board of wardens, or a furnished at a few hours notice, aod are of general information to all classes of the Key West, Nov. 1. .
majority uflhean, fortbe port and harbor aforesaid prepared to make fonts ot all weights\ and ccrnrnunity, we shall at all times endeavorto ,
in the su n of one thousand dollars, sizes from Pearl to 22 line Pica including present to our patrons regardless I of labor W. A. Pitcher, '
for the faithful diligent, and or the latest Commercial and ; I
CcVvtlitioned a great variety of rnameulul Letter. expense v*. i la Attachment. f
akVc performance of their dutieswhich bond Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes, ''ra'!* Political Intelligence, both Foreign and John Harris, 1
when executed shall immediately he placed Rule, and other ornaments will be found to Domestic ; with as great a variety of Literary TltEdefendaot and all concerned will
h on file in the office of the Clerk of the Superior he very extensive of which specimens will Miscellaneous! matter, a* our limit teat the above suit ha 1 .
Court of said County>,>at the proper cost be forwarded to Printers as soon as they will permit. Our columns will remain been commenced by attachment in tbo Superior l
of such pilot. can he prepared. open to the temperate: discussion of any four for the Southern District "f I:

Sec. 3. ne It further enacted, That in Printing Presses of every description, subject connected with the public good, excluding Florida, and they aro required; to appearand
any event of tho unfaithfulness, insobriety Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, all icurrillity and personal spleen.In plead to the declaration at time next
criminal negligence of any pilot, he shall ("ompolinjt'Stickl. Bras Galles, Imposing The whatever wilt be productive of speedily term of said court. A. GORDON,
upon the petition of any twenty respectable Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, rendering beneficial the varied natural [oct. 1513m] Atty.forPl'ff. aWm.
citizens of said city, or of a majority of the Standing Presses Furniture, together with advantages of our State, elevating the commercial ,
said hoard of wardens so appointed to the a complete assortment of all articles used I character of our city, or meliorating I

Governor to that effect.be removed from of- in a Printing: Office will be kept constantlyon : the moral, social and political condition II. Shaw, t ) ,
fice.and may besides he proceeded againstby hand. of our people, will meet with our ardent vr J In I Attachment.:: .

: indictment as in ordinary cases of misdemeanor Small font, nutable for Book-binders, and humble support. John Harris. ) ,

I and on conviction, fined in k sum in great variety, may be had when called CONDITIONS.The THE defendant and all interested, will I
not exceeding one thousand dollars, to he for. ko notice, that tLe above suit bas i
assessed by a jury, and shall moreover he Olden from all parts of the Union will be Savannah MerCUry will be published been commenced by attachment in tLe Superior .
liable to a suit on hehalf nfany aggrieved promptly and most carefully attended to, daily throughout tic year, on a super' royal Court for the Southern District of f

I on the bond su as hereinbefore provided, and particularly in supplying SORTS for all sheet, at Seven in Dollars advance.per annum, payable Florida, and they are required IQ appear I
to be executed by him. fonts furnished by their predecessor, Hinny tcmi-annually and plead to the declaration at tLe next
k Ronald&on, and Richard Ronaldion. The Mercury for the country will be pub term of said court. A. CORDON,
Sw 4. Be it further enacted,That if any Biked to meet the arrangement of the mails
[oct. 15.13m
Stereotyping in all itt branches, executedby ] Alty; for PI'I.
person except such as ma) have been appointed three time a week at the office of the Sa-
as aforesaid, and havu compliedwitti L. Johnson JOHNS, as fc SMITH. vanuau Mercury and with be sent to all e
allthccondition specified in the second section St. 1813. part: of the Union, or delivered it the City, TV". OT1CK.-By order ot the Honorable t
shall charge compensation No. G George Philadelphia. at Four Dollars 1 James Webb, of 'outt.t'rn
of this act, any who insert per annum, payable in ad- Judge
forserviccshe may perform as pilot he this jKy::: Publisher of Newspapers forward vance, or Five at the expiration of six Judicial District of Florida,notice h hereby -

shall be doeraed guilty of high misdemeanor, containing advertisement it to J. &, and S.> will be entitled a paper to month. It will contain all the Intelligence, given to Juron, Witnesses>,> parties liti-
and oa conviction thereof, shall be fined in of their accounts Commercial, Political, Literary and MUcellanemu pot and all other person concerned, that
$3, settlement
treble the amouw of payable jo the Superior Court for this District which
a um not exceeding 10. including advertisement, pub-
when thin
their bill amount to not less f
compensation received by him to be auet-I J. ts, S. lishedMo the daily paper. is by law let for the fint Monday of N&I..
led h: jury ; provided that this act hall I Advertisement will be conspicuously iaerted 1834, U postponed until the first Monday of
not be held to extend to the mailer or marI I R F.. WIIITE & WILLIAM HAGAR, io both paper,at 75 teats per square December) U34, at which time they will at-
iner of any licensed wrecking vessel, oa I ESPrCTFULLY luforeatLe Printer or fourteen line, for the first insertion, aDd tend. TI10S.. EASTIIf U. S. M.
lie Florida Reef.oa board ofany such wrecking of the United State, to whom they have tlirty-even and a half cents,for eacb succeeding South. J. Pit. of Florida.
vessel, or oa :>oard of any vessel which long been individually known as established publication.All BT JOS. A.THOURON, 'D. U.
has been cast a say, unless neb vessel Letter Founder, that they have no" formed commiuucitioa bj) mail, must be Mmbal' Office, Key Wet, I
so cast ay av has: been spoken by a regular I' a co-partoenhip in said business, and post paid. O tob r 15, 1834.B.V [al-tC]


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Il 1 ---.--._..- of these articles in Iou::! and unequal fight, and was consulting
-f well consumption:
.;:M if he ha passionate: man M: as a (practical great
) TIIKORV AND PRACTICE. one, he thinks the workmen would serve Kngland: and ihe principal demand fo the Cnpf. Porter on the quarter deck when: that
the latter has hitherto been in the each brave officer was inhumanly shot by a
their employers right by destroying ma navy, cnn
The science of jwlit.cal J ; 'like
; economy, chines. The scientific political economist, sailor's allowance being an ounce per diem, non ball after his colors were struck ((0 i0|;
other sciences, is a collection deduced of general on the contrary, from the examination and which affords him a pint of good liquid.- Spanish Commander. Dr. B. then' became,
and from '
truths principles
an extensive comparison of.many facts, and from a train The late reduction of duly will probably the intimate friend and companion of Com
.and accuratu observation and collar
tion of facts-not the limited of comprehensive and nccurato reasoning, bring cocoa into more general use, as it is Potter, and when on their WilY together fjj, ;
a.single individual.-hut the experienceof extended is convinced that withstanding the pat- now half the price of coffee, and one-fifth Vera Cruz to the, interior of Mexico, thou)
tinl and transient evil caused by their intro- that of tea, and certainly far more nutritious were overtaken and attacked on an extended
experience ul nations not the faces :a
t district ; ductionevery improvement in machineryby than either.-Penny Magazine plain, !by six robbers! well armed and moun
single or ofuneage: impcrl'cllyobserved
ted. They ranged opposite each other,
is diminished
and reasoned from which the cost of production en
: falsely by an all Nor'olk Va. Oct. 29.Shoding each side of the road bout sixteen
is to
advantage ,
I'' uninformed mind-but facts/ from ad countries a permanent stcp
I I and centuries, diligently and classes of society.-Am. QuarUrly Rctwc. occurrence.-A most .revoltingact apart: The Commo ore accustomed to
many of human at command, ordered the Doctor to fire
and butchery was perpetrated at the
compated: and the
minutely analyzed ,
Mount Pleasant in Norfolk chief, and the chief in his turn fired
principles and truth deduced by able I COCOA.'In county, on :nt
men whuse rninds, stored with many various consequence} of a diminution in the Thursday evening last, the particulars) of the Commodore. Both shots missed, and(

knowledge, accustomed to investigation/ duty on cocoa, a very nutritious and cheap which us far as we have been able) together time chief in his rage, spurred his horse to
and trained to the art of reasoning, were article of food is now placed within the them, are as follows Michael Sikes cultivated have a nearershol at the Commodore, when

devoted mtensey, for years, to the subject. I reach of almost all classes of persons, anda a small piece of land ,adjoining the received Commodore's ball throng/ *
But there seems at the present day, even short account of it may be acceptable to farm of Batson Fcntres, and piomistdFentrcss his body The Uoctnr'ssecund firecarmj $
among persons sufficiently enlightened our readers. aim::t if he would have on eye to his away part of a robber's cheek, and beinj

other matters a meal rape for what.,.. upon .i i.4 The cocoa, or cacao, is known to botanists cnclosuicsin:! his I absencehe'liviny\ o on--- rm.---. panic sln.ck at tho loss of their chief. Ihev/
called- 'practical knowledge"r o -o- -term-- difficult -- -- under the namcof Thcobromacacao, other faun) and prevent the cattle from retrealcl1, :tnd in the running fight llr. B".

'I, to define, but which, from the way in Linn us having given it the first appellation break rig into them, he might, after the crop 'had the end of his elbow cut off, After I

which it is generally used, appears to be to designate its excellent qualities, vaa gathered, have the gleanings for 'his Commodore Porter received 'his appointment -

., r synonomotis with intuitive knowledge.The Tkcobromajugnifying for a god.''- own stock. This was agreed on; but when to Constantinople: lr Boardmiui: established -
professors of this species ol knowlI !- The same naturalist placed it :in the classMonadclpkiu the crop was gathered, Sikcs: turned his himself in practice, at Tampico; "

: edge term themselves "practical men," and dccandria ((1. e. having ten own stock into the fields, and Fen tress resolved where enjoyed great celebrity, and w :I.;
{ seem to be of opinion tint there is not anything stamens, united into a tube round the pistil) to turn them out. In pursuance of accumulating an ample fortune In cidvalescing ;
't in heave n or earth not circumscribed but later authors refer it to the natural family this determination! took with him a young drum a billious fever, he was jer-:
I within the limits of their philosophy. What/ of the Malcacts (mallo.-,) most of the man named ohn Murdcn and set oil after suaded to ship on board I ho Santa Anna, for

they see, they believe-the facts of Iheir genera of which arc highly useful to man. the moon had risen, (about 10 o'clock,) on New Oi leans, and turvired s landing only
own experience, the events which are passing The cacao is a native South America, Thursday n gilt to turn Sikes' hogs &c. ten days.Yesterday.
where it was not only used for food but the out of Ihe field. On their forenoon '
around them, are the data upon which way, in a nar- says the Boston Corn-
f' they build their thenr; s; and their imperfect seeds served) as mone) The tree is not row part of thh road they werh met by.Sikes mercial Gazette of the 21st ulr., nt about
and confused deductions, from scanty unlike that of the chel ry in form, and seldom and two boys, one of the latter his own 11 o'clock! the beautiful Frigate! Potomac, '

and inaccurately observed facts, are by the exceeds twenty feet in height. The son, the other his nephew. S. and Ins son Capt. Joseph B. Nicholson, after waiting for
vanity' of ignorance preferred to Ihe dlsCQv- leaves arc oblong, and pointed at the end, were each armed with a gun ; the nephew a lumber of days for a favorable! wind, gut
cries of science, and the conclusions of and when young ire of a pale ted 'The had a pistol. Sikes and Fentress had some under weigh and proceeded to sea.vith, a

.:, re uson "Practical knowledge" i is,by these flowers, which generally spring from the voids;; the latter declaring his intention !o fine breeze at North West.' The Potomac
I philosopher opposed to theoretical/ knowledge wood of the large branches of the tree,arc take down the ft-nceand drive.Sikes' stock I is of the largest class of Frigates; mounting
""J Theoretical appears| in their vocabulary small, ail of a light red colour, mixed out of the field, where he contended they on the, peace establishment( 52 guns,
to mean any thing that is written in with yellow : the pods which succeed them had no right to be ; and Sikes insisting that and capable, should, occasion rtqtitrc it, 01'

a regular methodical manner-and practi are oval, and are green red. They are filled he should no?. The controten-y was sudxienly mounting to snore It is a subject of gen .
It cal knowledge, the information gained, and with sweet, white pulp,whichsurrourids:: term.naled by Sikes, who raised his eralrrmaik on every foreign station, where .:
the conclusions drawn from the seeds,contained In each of the/ and the
individua observation many gun discharged contents :t Fen- opportunities daily occur/ of making the !
,and from reading newspapers and five cells, or divisions. When travelling, law, then standing only a few feet from comparison that: the vesttls of war (belong
I speeches in Congress.It the native Indians cat this pulp, and find it the muzzle, who fell dead at his feel !- ing to the Unitt'tJ Start 5, take lank of these

ought to be more generally known, very refreshing The seeds are steeped in Sikes then ordered his nephew to shoot of every other nut'on ; and that in beautyof

that theory is nothing more than the con- water previous to their being sown, and Murden ;; the boy obeyed the/ savage mandate model, strictness:: of discipline, as }well
clusions of reason from numerous and acv lose the power of reproduction in a few and wounded him m the arm, as he us in the general and fine appearance of
curately observed phenomena, and the de- days after they arc taken from the ,)odAs .- was making off: The unfortunate man then the officers and mm, they bear the palm ';J

ductior of the laws which connect causes the plant grows up, the shade of the turned round to remonstrate, telling Sikt-s alone. We arc gratified that it is su. :
with etft.'Ctsthat; practice is the application coral-treo isconsideied so essential, that it that he had never injured him, and"hoped "M.'Ym:
of these general truths and principlesto is called by the Spaniards the Madre del he would spare hj life; but Sike., unmoved 1; Ti11TLAIV'S PATENT VCGUTA:

(lie common affairs and purposes of life; cacao, or mother of the cocoa. When this by his appeal, snatched the gun which V'y BLE MfDIfATLD \',\ PO&l:
and that science is the recorded experience tree is covered with its bright scarlet blossoms his son held/ and .ainaid. and fired it at BATHS.The subscriber respectfully informs :",
and discoveries of mankind, or, as it has it presents a splendid appearance. Murden, who received the charge in his the citizens of Key West,that he has,
r been well defined. the knowledge of many It appears that there are two varieties of !-;-ulo--- ..111(1...- fl.-.-ll. .mm.. ..,'-u." ...,"..,.I."II '1'1. with considerable exocusn., ncn6C.1.1 ...I.A.
and 0 the in Trinidad to which from nVUUllotU j lese above named Baths in a ti d-pt; cf the:
orderly methodically digested and I cocoa colony, facts we obtained persons living in the
arranged, so as to become attainable by and that of Grenada, the English plantations neighborhood of the b.oody pct-ne. We city obtain U'Litehcad a liberal street share of where public he hopesto
one." are now chiefly confined the one \a- learn that patrujnago. -
; an inquest was held yesterday, Convalescents and
Every man who observes a phenomenon, riety is called the Creole cocoa,which isi ily out: we have not heard the result. Of tl e the South for their health will find great:
and attempts to account for it, or draws a far be! best, but not so productive the main facts which we have staled, however, I'cHoffrom the use of this celebrated L'uftb. .'
conclusion from its occurrence, is guilty other-sort; which has pearly superseded it, there can bo no 1I0UIJt.Ve learned last The undersigned is also furnished with_ The!
of theorizing Tho "practical man," however and bears tho name of Foraitcra, or for evening that Sikes had not been apprehen necessary vegetable prepirations m use of
further eign. The former suits tho market ded and the baths. 'I he effects of the Vapour L'ath
i goes no than the fact before rfpauish that Murden was still alive
him-he gives a reason for its occurrence, best, the latter having a somewhat: bitter arc:-
if he can, which not being capable of further taste. Tho Creole begins to Lear after THE SOLI'1'AItY JOURNEY blood 1st., and To hence equalize to the circulation of the
remove coldness of the
application and not about five years' growthbut dors not reach ,
comprehendingany Not a cheer was heard nor a favoring shout hands and feet and to lessen the iMeiniii-
other facts, even if it be correct, is comparatively perfection till the eighth year; it, however, A, the chief to the hermitage hurried ntion or flow of the blood to the head 2i J. t'
g1 useless. The scientific man, not yields good fruit for twC.lly'rars. The No followers throngM! round hi To promote sweat and re-establish insensi !'
; content with observing one fact, connects Forastcro produces fruit at three years, and Of the crowds thaI his favor?had lonely route ble perspiration, and thereby to rJievosymptom r
many, and by observing their ]points of resemblance both, probably, come from the Spanish curried of internal inflammation. Ci' To !
and tracing the chain of causes Main It was formerly tho practice in He hurried along by day and by night, diminish nervous irritability ; and in no instance .
and ejects, arrives at general principle or Trinidad to grant manumission to every His carriage wheels silently turning, To has it failed to cure the dolorelx..HlI. / .-

law, capable.ol extensive application and sla'oV ,o could at any time deliver up to Uncheered by the mobs! that once gladdened remove diseases promote of cutaneous the skin.eruption, and
5th. To
? varied usefulness. his master thousand his sight re-
one cocoa trees, plant. move-the effects of Mercury and lead
A "practical man" sees tho lid forced ed by himself in a space expressly allottedto Or the tar barrels: brilliantly) bur fling. the system eith; To promote absorption of

off from a vessel of water, when the water them,, in a state of bCilt .l1:. Many instances No useless parade bedazzled his mind dropsical effusions. 7th. To relieve difliciHty -
is heated; if he attempts to give a reason, of freed )in obtained[ m this uay Nor did martial music astound Imii, of breathing, and hence to cure asth-
he says that it was because the steam might be cited, aj the cultivation of them Cut close in his he mas, and other diseases cf the chest and
.' could not escape, and he resolves the next at any time did not infringe too much upon With the blinds carriage all closed safely reclm'd, lungs. Oth To strengthen the stomach,
: timo to leave it a vent. The philosopher, the daily tasks, and where nature had already around 'him. and impart a tone to the digestive oirans,
t and
from this phenomenon, is led. to the examination : provided shade and mois'lire, was comparatively Few and short were the speeches 'he made, orders cure Oth.dyspepsia To ilh ils consequent'Jis-the ,
t of others, and through a train of trifling. In Grenada the plantations For he had no well-wishers! to thank, scrofulous and chronic promote ulcers. healing 10th. To of

.Ii i investigation and discovery which termin are beautifully situated among the A few sharp curses were all that he said. remove gouty and rheumatic paint and
:, ates in the steam-engine. mountains, and the laborers can work at Or threats 'gainst the "monster bank." swellings from tIC: joints, and cure Lumbago -

The "practical man"goes to market in the nil hours' in the shade; but the cocoa walks *'or lie thought, and the thought;; distsactcd Sciatica, &c.11th.Tho "

morning, "nd always find as many commodities are now chiefly cultivated by free colored his head, Qnincy-the bath Las never ;;
r as 'ho wishes to purchase. If !bethinks people most of whom are settlers from tho That thea-iguof his party was finished failed to relieve it. 12th The frou-l' It.
about Spanish Main. may be regarded as a specific 13th.'The
so ordinary an occurrence, he And he felt that the"mass"could no Jon-
supposes,very justly, that the owners of the The seeds '?r'- theenenn---- ----- frM u__> -nrp.- n9llnrn.t"''''''''' irvr Lu IrdBy Thfi MpflKlfs".. .. .N",Giresgreat.'..",'. _.1'.1 relief.--.' 14th.L ,
Commodities; ; 'come' market becau they twice every year, but the largest b crop is his influence greatly diminished ---prace.w----- hen- the.I*bath.U310II'has c been 01 ueain employed.uas taken

expect to. meet purchasers, and that they yielded in tho month of December; the That 15th. To prevent and cuic discharges of
slItbcir,: goods::, because they prefer having other is ready in J unc. When picked, and lightly they'll think fcf the hero whengone blood from the lungs, and other internal

his money. A scientific man, from this extracted from the pods, they are placed in organs. 16th. To cure acute and chronic
phei omenon, and from careful And o'er 'his dead parly upbraid them, inflammations, the bath when
a analysisof :: heaps, on plat forms of clay, where they are : judiciously:
it and analogous facts, discovers the true sulfured to ferment for forty-eight hours or Though little they'd ieck, if they cm but medicated is certain specific 17th. To
which hold onTo cure Gout in all its forms, in sLorter
principles regulate demand more then
and supply ; they are dried in the sun exactly of period
with all the spoils he tlan any agent hitherto used.
their important results. imitating the process used with coffee. : so lavishly mado'ibem. 18th. The bath has -
never failed
A "practical man" is told bl his neigh- When required for use,.they are roasted till But one half of the hasty jaunt was done Cholera Morbus. 19th. Intermittent to cure the

bor that he intends to withdraw from tho the husks may be readily: taken off; and When' the polls brought him harsh advising agues) typhus, and continued fevers ,; the(or
business in which he is engaged, and invest if to be converted into chocolate, they are bath relieve and cures without the necessity
his capital in another, where he has bruised and worked with 'he hand into a Of victories over corruption won, of blood letting. 20tti. Insanity. In
good reason to expect more profit Ho paste, which is afterwards made still finer Of people! ia strength arising. no case Las Mr. WUtlaw failed in restoring
commends tho prudence of 'his friend, and by a smooth iron. This is afterwards flavoured to a sane state, patients put under his treatment -
perhaps looks closer to 'his own.affairs The with various ingredient; the Then slowly and sadly he hie I him home, ; and the proprietor of this establishment
1 scientific Vet consoled by t the I aic authorized by him to that all
man, upon :acing; told the like of which! are cinnamon, and vanilla say
thing, meditates a little more deeply, and tho latter is a climbing plant indigenous; With the cheering reflection that let what: cases when of there insanity is no can malformation.be cured by big 2Cf.system Hy
reasoning from particulars to generals, arrives Trinidad, and bears long slender pods He still come, drophobia. This dreadful malady which
at length at the conclusion that the A great consumption of chocolate takes have plenty* of glory up to the present time Las defied the skill of
induitry of a country will be most produc place in Spain, where it is considered as a V. 1 C the when least interfered with. necessary: of life. In France it is also much treated by Mr. WLttlaw, and also in a number -
The "practical man," if he happens to. user),.apt! is fashioned, into an endless Died at New Orleans, on the 13th ulr of cases by the physicians and surgeons
live near a manufactory, upon the mtroduc of forms. variety of billious fern, Daniel Hw, Bondman, M. who have adopted his system. ;2d. Palsy.
D. son cf the lion Homer It gradunlly relieves. 23d. It Las
tion of proved
an improvement When Boardman
m seeds of
machinery are to Le made ,
into an effectual cure for
cocoa New Milford Litchfield cancer (in its incipient
whereby the work formerly performed by thev are ground to a fine powder. The county Conn. stages) erveiy pilas.scurvy.Paiutefrs'cholic
Soon {
six men can now be done by two, sees husks, boded in milk, make a thin and delicious after Dr. Boardman received his spinal palpitation of the heart,,
number of poor laborers thrown out of employment beverage, and ate in great request in degree at Yalo College, he was iniioduced inflammation of the eyes, its, stiff neck,
and number families red iced France, for delicate persons who find the to Commodore and Capt. Porter, both of nettle rash, jaundice ulceraticn of the
to want. He is induced to suppose that paste or powder too rich for them. whom: were then actively engaged in fitting throat liver complaints, scald Lead, and St.
laborsaving machinery is an evil and out their fleet for South America. Doctor Vitus'Dan\'e.
of and wretchedness, pr0ductive An excite duty on chocolate, and heavy B. accepted the appointment of *** The batbwill be open from 9 o'clock
poverty -and duties on cocoa,have 'hitherto prevented any and was on board the Guerrero in surgeon her peri, A. M. until 5 P M. ...


F --.. Charleston Key West, and N.O..It.tM. 1 last: awn day been seriously CCCUpi 'd with I Kentucky the I I
for orr
__ II I If' I the failure of a house which c-trri'tl un u Ucil at Washington. : ,
:- I luht freight, and ) U HAMILTON I .
Sh an take 100 tons extensive business with EnglaiAmerica. : and 28to.Vptrini.rrl.vit: ALRXvNI

nccommo ,k f m 100 to 250 i,avenge very Its debts in Pans amoun' in 1111 DAY Msq I late clerk of tho IIIJ- I \I
cabin below, and Jatli's Southern Judicial' District
having a pacious l,000,000f. and in the quarters aho\'O nor Courr fir the

cabin on deck. Capt. !Porlt.r, her com.tHs mentiiMi'Hl to to 300,000f. One housein nlono of Flopda.ill 'L
well known in .
mander is gentleman:
: active mm: the nile du entit.r:: dealing in j paintrd Ctl ilk
community as a-i enterpnzing 75000f The rest
cloths is creditor for
of business,and a good navigator' in Paris are divided lK-twren ;
of the sufll-rers
__ and nos.
in this city
Various gentlemen uf the Hue des Buurtionnllis A KIN MST.
QUIRER. interested in the boat, whose intended the quarter
THS a tun are iK-mi The whole amount
.. from N Orleans to and the Rue -- .----
regular voyage is tills house:: is i said to be IK Ics --. -
owing by
YVES'r FLOHID.yj'rtlrtlAY the Sahina, Galveston Bay, Motamoras and 2.000,000f./ half of which I:! due POUT OF. KEY WW.KNTEKF.U. .

I{ Tnmpica. than the _...-.._
It at same ----
St.Eueniicaml L\on3. -------
at '
look the S'Iiting
"W have reason to upon
c next to nothing -
NO\.I:)(nF.Jt gQ, 1M31.OrWF in the time repotted that Us assets arc : .
I of the Connecticut as a beginning lo its debts.1Latest
that the contemplated establishment of a regul; m comparison' (iniild, Havana,
requested to flay Nov. 22, Schr. Hyderally,
(} o'clock line of steam boats from New York tTamptco from the II cst Indies.-We sundries roaster Sloop Relief Wood-
will commence at 10 pre- of Mr.i llugli service the
Vera Cruz wny lil\'otltlhy
and ) (politely ward, Havana: : : sundries\ to master. Shop
cisely, to-morrow morning at the coin Charleston, Havana, New Orleans and M the br. brig (iulnarc, arrival Jester.of Dread, Welsh, Havana: sundries to master.

house. tanz:!!!. By this means, not only the tim .lay from St. Vinc'lIlsVlth the pap"tI 81 nap Enterp"ze, ; "nHavanasundries I Ii
j an intercourse 9th and I6iIn ull., and
at present required to carry on hat pi ice of the i to master.

By the sloop Howard &. Jame, from with the important Island of Cuba jados pajK-rs (,3lcrcurycilobe and West Nov. 24th Slap Morning: Star, Denton -
will be much shortenedbut from 29ih Sept. to 10th, Oct
have received papers flOm I and New Orleans Indian,) : Havana, ballast.
rlcston of
Ch we details
also the from and '0 Vera Cruz, Thci p.ipi-rsconlain the

that place up to the 19lh inst., from which which averages passage some twenty six days, cai unhappy thslurbancts in the colony o If Dtit. CLJ.Rr.n.Nov. : .

we have extracted some of the most important then be effected, according to the best calculation sh Guinea. The evidences exhibit(' 111 22-Sloop Relief W.Mulward, Havma. -

items. in thirteen/ days. In our opinion ho late trial of the d paradlll's, prow that loop, Dread, UVlsh, du.1'nv. q"

the result of this enterprise will) prove prol!: he colony was on the brink of ruin.mjjleailers The 24-SloopKden: Slva, do.; Sloop .

By thcolittnessof Cap' Thompson of itablc to the individuals: who wish to prc have been severely hlIulh-d.- klornuiir S'ar: Dcnisoimlo.
1 the Schr. Pennsylvani n,12 tls fin N. Yor!., note it, and be obviously advantagcn 'S toour One has! boen sentenced to bull'er: Jl'alh ; V'ov. 26-Sloop Enterprize, Crullon, clo.

voted with N Y. papers: a* latea commercial ClIlIIllIIl:.ily anti the city at three to transportation, and! nil the turlllcnt ,_u..._..... -.II.. -

weavo of indt'llCnllcnt of the great facihtie; on it; ami I, of the othersave t\Vo that in ikLl
15th insl. They contain: nothing large, | onsequenl: hun. rVTOTICB is hereby given
the intercourse on lln:! condemned to receive twored 1 shall
itForded Itour foreign been weeks from the date hereof,

importance.By side of the Atlantic, and the con.c.'IllIentbcrcase ( la. hcscacliand many more ll11ulllh's make application to the Honorable Wm. R. I

in the exports and imports of light nprisontnent, and 1 60 lashes." The llar- lacklcy Judge of tile court for the countyf

the politeness of Capt. Sol.:: Tift, ware roods to and from the points veJune mentioned ados Globe (It' the 9in Oct. from which 'VI' Monroe, and Territory of Florida for

informed that he spoke ofl'Key Weston above, New York will necessarily ave mado the above quotatior, thru .adds, ?ttcn of administration on the estate of

thc schr. Sarah Captain for embarkaltcn olnost to Ixi sutliciei to Alexander Hamilton Day,late of Key West Ii
the 24lh inst., ,iccorno the rendezvous i These examples ought aforesaid.IIRNRY .
from llu: cd laborers in c\'cr)' in the county and Territory
B.dljinorebound to 1\10- of the t coming to the applcntl(
Smith, 12 dsfio'n passengers rove the K.I NKWCOMB. I

bile-No neW5.'rhc rope, destined to Havana: New irleans, colo iy, the fully refusing to perfonnallMrtionuf ot'tllem JKey West,Nov. g'n, 1\134.\ [n6w.)
Mexico, and \'k'c'er ."-Charles. Cour labor which is require ""

brig ::nun I.. dpi. Lesvi, 3 day; by law; and convince them that they Oliver OMlara, ) .

Charleston ar SPAIN-The Washing- deruo nothing from illegal ( pposltl n vs. > In Attachment.John
'from St. Marks, bound to ('maTWITII can Harris. N
I he-
the 24ih. Passengers ton Globe contains a copy of the treaty bllt misery 1111(1111111"I'hcculmnies defendant, and all interested, will
rived at thi; place on wean the United States and pain:: | ,and theeeretary :: are in a very unset lied statc. ; TilE notice, that the above suit I.uheen

for Key West, Mrs. RANDOLPH am ; of State has issued the following null rigorous nicasunsiinsl' be rcMtrtc: i tll, I commenced by attachment! in the Hu

family and Miss SPENCER. lotice in relation to it- bef.: lie a season of lasting tranquility be I perior Court for tile outhern District: of

By the fourth article of tho convention stored. I lorida, and they arc required to appear

Ship SUPERIOR, Cnpt. Smith, arrived al oncludcd with! Spain on the .7th of Feb It appears that the measles had broken and plead to the declaration at the next .'

this place on the 22d inst. limn' Baltimore nary last, a copy of which is published out in Barbados, and proved very full toad term of said court. A. COUPON.for,Pl'ff.
of thoU I'roclamation oi the [oct. 13 13m]
hound to New Orleans. Maj. DADE with the President's ults. .
oftlloJatc I
and family together with 15 tirst instant, it is stipulated that the Guy The papers contain further details :

S. Army, rnment of the United States will deliver hurricane at Durum ica. i James Wheeler,

U. S. soldier, camo pa sengcis in the ship. tn the Spanish minister at Washington,six Nov. 8-"IIt'al-'lIe. broad pcnan of vs. f In Attachment.John .

There were several passengers for N.O.All .- man:hs after the exchange of the ral itica- (' ,m. John I). Henley,wmmarlller.m.clllcf II IItf Harris. will
of Arneri- was hoi .Ied i'I11defendant,and all interested,
well. tions a note or list of the claims the West India Squadron:: unit hasheen
: of S. of wnrjt. l take notice, that tho
the Government board! the U. sloop
t call citizens against :iteiday on attachment in tile Hu.perior -
The Schr. Pennsylvania:: !' Capt. Thompson Spain, specifying their amounts respective- Louis, Capt. M'Caulcy, lying in theLltc Court for the Southern District orrlurida

arrived here yesterday 12 days from Iy. The ratifications having been exchunil of Craney Island, on which occaSion and they aro required to appe.A1'and
well. the 14tli August last, the salute tired. The St. LoUIs declaration at the nedterm
N. York bound t<, Mr.tarnlras-lll at Madrid on the; usual : was plead to tho
term wi hin which this list is 'o bo furnish- \\111 probably sail on Sunday next 1r.Tnt of said court. A. GO' DON,

The schr. Daniel Webster, Capt. Ste c\1 I to the minister will < xpire on the 14th : Consul at Iavanagoes out in thobhip.lb. [uct,1i 13m] Atty. fur IM'ff.

from N. Yoik! bound to or 1ebruary next. It is therefore requested ----- -----
13 days tho
vens, theN. W. than.I atull persons having claims against, III the Superior Court of the Soath ncr Ju-

\', Si. Mark: : passed through ::; anish Government hiclrhave originatedice FOK l'1/C r.NUUIUEIi: dioal District of Florida. :

nelon the 28th. the 22d of February 1819, and .before l .. Let me not have this gloomy view Richard Roberts, 1vs. (
the cunventrand ,
of r
the lime signing .
bed t
from which are supposed( to be include: in About my down, about my 57 Bales of Cotton, pick. f In Aimlra1t1't
The Schr. :\bRI.Capt.. Keating, send Jut morning rose, wet with dew,
will to
of the said treaty cd up at sea. j
the terms instead
Thomaston, 24 days, bound to Pensacola, without delay, a nthcrcofspecifymg To cool my burning brows A 1,1 persons interested in tho above CalC

with! a cargo of lime. On the 25'h inst. this Department the nature and nmuunt Vs lowers( that once in Eden grew, 1 T arc hereby notified, that all the residue ,I
24. 27. N. of the cla Let them their flagrant spirits of tile money for which the above Cotton
o'clock P. M. in lat. and the name I
about 12 I of each claim, Andcry day their sweets renew was sold by the Marshal of this District, ,
W. discovered the vessel to ant. dead. rtio of tho salvage and ex pen- :
long CO. 40. I Till I, a fading flower,am payment '
into (ho noKistrr -
below. At first it was thoLlght Irs in said cause, has been paid
(!o on fire I Deer hunting bytmtricaJllrnlian8.-In o let the flowers I love to rear of the Court, where it will remain

that she had taken fire from a.chimnej I the 'great plains between Oakingham and Give to sense their perfurn'd breath for nine month unless sooner claimed by

endeavored to quench it hut found cvery SM>kan, them arc at particular SU:150III, Lf't them my be placed about my bier, the person or persons authorized entitled to the same, :'

exertion unavailing; at G o'clock closclthc I numbers of small deer. The editor d And grace the gloomy house of dcaII 'th, of sis or their legally AIt.DAYC'lk.Dy agent.. I

make if and Clarke classes them asantelopbut .' ; beneath a rising:: Ulound D.C.llm9m .
companion, and proceeded to jxaible Lewis have. my grave; II. K. NEWCOMB,
lilrtu. how much soever they may r scmLlc Where only Ixiusa'sself shall knm'here ;
West where, ( ]
of [ )
the port Key o'd'k those animals in swiftness and shape, tinhorns is a still and quiet lake & i I

natcly) they arrived on the 26th at 3 described naturalists are totally and isle
as by With a small pleasant: P. C. GREENEONTINUKS
p. M. Having ascertained that the fire wns I difl rent. Their flesh issweet and delica' 'hero the wild fig tree on the borders
began stripping in small herds.. 1'wards io transact General Agency
immediately and they generall) go
increasing, they : grow,
( \c3selandsuccceded in saving: the the latter end of summer, they arc AlII] the fire( flies their soft ugh : disrlay Auction and Commission busmen Ware
and at that season we had, sunbeam at Key; Wed lie has a commodious \
condition ,
fine the morning'
in Till
&c. after which thcy as and will bo taken on storageasonable ,
sails sparsrigging: in hunting them House, goods '
some excellent spurt The cold phosphoric fires decay.hat : .
In a rates
with :
the light satisfied
run her ashore near The Indians, however, are not
fie hours thc flames burst furth from undi our method of taking them in detail On is the grave to Louisa shown [ov. 8, 1834.-4tr.]

the direction the deer hn\'e 'flienil' a pure and silver sand,
her to the water's3rew cdt1c.- ascertaining FICE, I
deck and burnt COLLECTOR'S Of
take a circuit cold above it ,
of their hunters 'fhp green moss grown ,
chosen, part November, 1834, {
all well. in order to arrive in front of the herd, Unpluck'd of all but maiden hand. EA LEU proposals will be received at :

the politeness of a gentleman who while those behind set fire to the long; grass, In virgin earth, till then unturned this office, until tho Nth Decembei.for
By of which spread with great rap- the of rations to the inn-commit*
been favore the flames: There let maiden form be laid, ",ply
have my
resides at this place, we their flight from the devounn ,ioned officers and Inulenor the United '
notice of the loss of his idity. In the hunter, Nor let my changed clay be spu'ned, 'w'Herenue Cutter Washington, from :
intercepted I
with the following
mad .
element they are for that bed i
Nor new bursts
to lit 18-
Svalluw.lIc hesitate between these dangers tllo fint day January next April
llritanichjE'ly's: Packet Barque: and, while they of swallow and the fawn in 36. The ration for the 'utter service is the !
the will the
was present a: the arrival 1 ofthe Barque: < great numbers fall by 'J"tf're ume as that allowed in the Naval Service, I' t
he Indians.: -Uoa Cot Adventure pmt except the liquor and consists of the follow-
in 1I:1\'ana- Columbia Ricer. Fn air on earth, securely play, to wit '
Dril.3niclajf'Sty':5 he ingartidel ,
Havana,Noe. 21-Armed his And Ixiuisa to my grave resort,
Swallow CaptGritr'h !. ... -- Suet, for one week, 1-2 Ib.
but not so
:\ I'acket 1 Barque As innocent, gay. 1
40 from Vera Cruz, hound to FOREIGN. Cheese do 0 ounces.
board g 100,000 in spe ---" I would'nt have the common burial grounc Beef, do.J 2lbs .
London having on
the ICtli October, in lat from the Charleston Courier. IVith bones all black and ugly grown, 'ork, do. 3 Ibt. In a gale on
Cie. lost fore and PANIC JN 1KANCE. '1'0 mouldering body round, Flour,do. lib. : '
21 8. N. long 93 56 \V. OMME :CIAh press my read, do. 98 ounce

mizen in'.stspars, sails, &c. and was compelled i i Tho ourier Francau announced, that Or on my waated limbs be thrown.With Butter, do. 2 do. :r

to throw oter guns to lighten her,:; within the last two daS the commerce o'aris ribs and skulls 1 could not rest, lugar, do. 7 do,

and after great difficulty, succeeded in making I I has been greatly agitated by the fillre In clammy beds of cold blue rock, Tea, do. 4 do.'eas .

this port. of three first rate commission houses f Through which the sea-crab creeps, do. 1 pint.
lx lice, do. 1 do.
T said lu
of their debts Ij the shrouded bosom "*
The amount An.lon prey;
contains the lolisies, do. half pint.
& Enquirer
The Courier ship which : early 3,000,000f. In consequence I would not Lave my friends to weep, 'ioegar, do. Lal/piot. '' '
following noticeof a new steam disasters, which must have an etfecin When those sad marriage rites begin,
arrive here in a few : these then 'rhe umber required for tie tenn,i. eatim.
be expected to secondary firms, rile bankers in Or him\ one to mournThe
may thus undertaken i many false ated at eigbt tbwosand. The proposals will
days. The new enterprise complete hi1bit of discounting commercial bilU have i loss of her whose heart he broke. atale be price per ration, at which the cootnctor -
his our best wishes for much circumscribed then discounts,, will deliver! them,in such quantities j
very ttt end Say not it is beneath ray care,
at from time to time be
expected u required onthe
success: and a complete crisis IS may
Tile stsn boat Connect icut.-Vfe learn of tins The panic u: come to such I cannot these cold truths allow, board said Cutter at Key We.t.Noy. .

that this substantial and commodious sea year.that several of the first Unking These thought may not afflict mo there .1$. 1834. [b-4w.)
in the b"y a pitch, Dut O! vex and tease me now
i it for a voyage refused to make they
boat preparing have almost entirely i
of Mexico. In addition repairs she underwent houses advances on bills which fall due inecemher. l ill6 not a turf,nor set a stone, JOSr.PII A. TIIOURON, AunloN.u,
We .
trace Key &
in the sprrng,she last month was any The Journal des Tissus says, hat man a maiden1 grave may

with new masts, spars, sails, and .*The whose ot the merchants > Dut thou rny sister, come alone, -
supplied for safe sea boat ebe isnot on tbis subject, llue du Scantier And let affection find the place. H MLI\ V SWELL Anoucy",1'
and now of the
rigging, the
I''.S. She to quarter the JL wW', Tallahassee, Middle Flotilla
in the for
if equalled Cbeoel lave,
surpassed, du
J. 1-,.", J._ ".. ...... t'hJ, '- I and the Rue


rim I- ., grove,nay a single tree, in these American j ring prudence and circumspection, with .,....,.-. -- "

From the Affaouri Enqirircr. deserts,lias often, as Eugene Aram would unhesitating bravery and perseverance. ity of keeping open so many thousand ac.cOllnt

k CORRESPON say," touched the electric I string anu' Wt In a company composed of such ..a variety !!. It i i therefore indispensable that
I up a host of juvenile recollections." But of characters as a Rocky Mountain we should require payment always in ad !

I DRNCE. y .iu yxtirselvcs, must have some adequate company usually is, it might reasonably vance.Two numbers more will close the
'Thefollowing letter recci+ed: by rs may that should firstyear 1
conception of the fond recollections which have been expected, we sometimes and we now give notice that all
be'interesting to a num'x' of our readers are here imilar to be placed in disagreeable circumstances -
suggested by scenery desire to continue the Magazine, may sigm.fy .
Mr.EHward..(lhcauth r,) is a gentlemanabout hat with which we have been familiar in yet it is due to the whole to say, that! their intentions by seasonable advance

\ 21 or 22 ycarolJ, and well known our earlier ,cars. we have almost invariably been treated with for the second } ear.

to'many of our riders as a young mar. of Wi'.li! regard toour manner of living, I politeness and rennet.On ( If any of the subscribers should not receive -

,worth and promise. His oijcct' to the must here remark, that the usual order of our arrival at this place, we saw some all their numbers, they can requestthe

1 Rocky Mountains! was to civilize the Hal nature is vatcd. The vulgar adage,"biead few of the Indians among whom it is expected post master notify ns of such as are
Head Indians. lie was employed/ by and I missing! ;, and they shall be sent again free of
i is the staff of life, is here unknown, or if we shall, locate. They appear eager

ii accompanied the Messrs. Lees, wmVerc known at all, is known to be false. Meat, for instruction in literature and the principles charge. Ten free of

% appointed l by one of the Eastern Conference is here (to be n little pedantic) theslnc qua of the* Whiteman's religion From copies postage.
establish' a Mission among: the above (:: rTo accommodate associationsschooU!
and the information
non. 1 have, often smiled lo think DOW this circumstance we
and individuals for the
We to hear from distribution,
we will
named Indians.
expect those friends with whom we have been able collect from other sources, deliver at post office in the'
time during the surrounw any United
him ngain some it bo approaching t that ded the festive board, would : e indulge: a pleasing hope that: open arms States, free of postage: ten copies to one
fall-when may expects wo us seated in the true Turkish style, round await us. Surely every philanthropic heart address for ten dullarslrcmittcd to us with

shall have a more particular account of the a ponderous dish of buffaJoe meat, some- must aidently desire the dissemination+ of out cost. LILLY, WAIT & CO. I ,'

country, and manners and customs of the limes without sail, or fewtuig on the exquisite knowledge and revealed truth among! this Boston, Feb 15.

datives marrow of a hone with as much gustoas honest, moral and yet superstitious and

WATERS OF WEST TUB COLERADO June F THE I if, he had literally obeyed tile precept ol unhappy |eoplc./ GIIKAJ', \"ALU.\ Ll-'="D :' RFSTI'.1CVi'ORR -

23,1834.Pear [the Spartan cook. But you must not hence The distance we have yet to*travel before The Family Physician and Gacttc of Human

Sirs: conclude that we have no variety. \\Ve wo reach the Pacific Ocean, is estimated Life.

,j The history! of that people is generallymost sometimes lave it fried,someilines roasted!, something like a thousand miles. We will Being a Library of health and

interesting, who are the least pacific and sometimes boiled. A large coyrket then have to retrace six or seven hundred and of Popular and General Hygcnie Medical

in their habits, or who are surrounded by tIe full of tea or coffee placed beside our miles of our journey. But with regard to Knowledge, rendered familiar to

neighbors that frequently make predatory other dish, constitutes a repast on which we our future operation my information i is very individual : embracing every subject every con-

history feed with appetites' at which your pale| and! vague and imperfect netted with the prevention, treatment

capricious dispeptics might smile with a J remain yours with sentiments of respect, and cure of diseases-the qualities Of

scenes greatest profligacy, rapineand contemptuous neer. Nohvtt.standingrhe P. L, ED VAIIDS. medicines-tlirir, good and ill effects or;

devastation; while the mind soon wearies watching toils and privalionsot' the journey health-the ingredients of secret or patent -

the annals of who have 1 __1PARLty'S medicines-the true principles of
,; in.tracing a people we have nearly all increased in health and and eatfng -
not been visited by one of the three greatest strength. MAGAZINE. drinking creating and drinking
to live domestic
calamities incident to our race, famine, A well delineated: description of these Circular to Parents,TcachcreJSchool{ Committees nnd a great variety of curious, valuable

pestilence or war. A monotonous piece; hardy mountaineers would surely be an interesting and aH who feel an interest in the and interesting knowledge lilt the highest, '

soon ceases to interest that mind, w hick is production. At this great western improvement youth. importance to all, and hitherto hidden'

ever in quest of variety. Similar to this, I the from the mass of mankind.. '
metropolis::, mean gcneral rendezvous T is not quite a yearsinceParlep's Magazine +
must generally be the letter of the Western of mountain traders and trappers, you I was commenced, during that short Contributed to by number of practising
traveller, who has nodefinite object of re the number subscribers
could see men from almost every country, period have increased Physicians .
search. The botanist, the geologist and to 20,000, and the work has received
and almost every shade ol character, Itoiii The object of this work is to present every .

the ornithologist can each pursue his inquiries the dark sons of Africa to the tawney au everywhere, the most unqualified ap subject connected with diseases and H.

without restraint, for this is his appropriate the Creole the probation. It{ lias found its way to thousands trewtmcnt which, by its simplicity and '
originec Canadian
once perBpicuity
p polite of families and while it has entered
field of action. But of its details
my object' as American and the adventurous shall enable all who
':. you know,is not analyze rocks nor pi rots, ... European the social i circle, its unobtrusive lessons w ish, to be thoroughly informed in this most
have, trust, often had influence
I. we a salutary interesting and
important of
but ilized minds. field of sciences
uncn My action
Here is the Lardy mountain veteran who on the juvenile mind and heart. It The advantages of such
lies!' far to the west of yonder cloud-capti has also found its to the school a publication to
+ has ranged these .silds for more than way room ; all ranks of society need not be insisted
,i mountain. A few skirmishes with hostile and many classes of pupils have been cheered upon -
thirty years. Pecuniary emolument was since they must suggest themselves
ludmns, or ginpiic! delineations of the habits perhaps hid first inducement, but now he is twice a month by the welcome voice of I, every reflecting mind. Under the influence to

and manners of the different tribes the teacher bidding them to lay aside, for a of the di.fusion of sound
sis |poor as at first. Reckless of all medical know-

would he read with interest, 'because man for the future his solicitude prllvlsion few days, the class book which they have I l ledge among all classes, empiricism must/ br
great is lo
is always pleased with a knowledge of his read over and over, perhaps twenty times, disarmed of the dangerous
fill up his mental insanity by animal grati and read the of i' weapons with
pages Parley'sl:1gnzJne. which
fellow wars
t' if' he scarcely ranks a grade above so successively against the lift
fication. Here is the the The demand for the work be I
man now past; to used in of man; the abusive
in the
scale of But crnplojmcnt of
brutality being. the medi
meridian ol !life, WHO/ has been in the country schools is rapidly increasing. I cines so baneful to health will
broad hand of divine give
protection has thus place to
from his youth, whose connections and Encouraged by such unexampled success, the rational administration of
fdr been over us. We have had! the good! associations with'the lutivcs have identifiedhis the publishers have resolved! to render i it agents, and the scientific and experienced remedial i

fortune to escape all difficulties with the interest and habits with theirs. still more worthy of so liberal a patronage; physician will be aided in his effort to al

Indiana: not having seen more than seven To form and not to remit their exertions till they sec! leviate the sufferings of
an adequate of humanity. Nothing
o* eight, from the time on which we lelt conception it introduced into families and schools, that can add to the of
apparel mus; see it. A of utility the work
you suit cloUies
the whole
the Kansas until arrival throughout length and breadth of shall be
country, our on neglected. The!
is seldom washed principles of diet
or turned from the timeit the United States.In .
Greene river the Siskodee. and regimen shall be
,or : is firs worn until it is laid aside. Caps this view they have secured new aid explained, and their
Patting rapidly from place to place and application enforced. The ingredients
and hats arc made of beaver an Jotter skins, in the editorial department. The late editor secret remedies shall be '
business of another gh nandthetvhole
having nature tll ei skins of of the Juvenile Rambler who in
the buffuloe calved, &.c. tioine u t addition subject of mate ria medica shall
often undivided bediscusjc/ !
\ gage my attention, could to his qualifications as writer for the
these and '
are fantastically ornamented with tails explained in a lucid and :
;, not be that Ishould be has the simple style. :
l' expected, a minute and horns These ornaments be badges young, advantage of many years experience Op-A premium of $100 will be awarded

it observer the' objects usually noticed by of distinction may as a teacher, will henceforth assist to the writer of the best
I for 1 know essay (not
aught but in conducting it. excccuing \
travellers. Often has
beckonedme 20
\ curiosity pages octavo) the
a in the 1 on advantages to
being stranger country am not aLlctospt'nk Wo to
; to her romantic retreats, but I have propose present the progress of the community of the general diffusion
ii ] found decisively. You will perhaps recollect such volume a great variety of interesting medical[ ,. of
:' ar1y always myself arrested by the knO\vlet1g< "Ie to be
'J"n are
l to have tIle important essays
of necessity. seen in "far wu l" jf topics, among which are the fol directed, post paid, to the editor, ia all of
awn United States the buck lowing:
I our ski, huuting June
.r Though prevented from examining the i shirt and leg ins gracefully hung with I. Natural History, of beasts, birds, fish next.

minutia of nature, her general sccuery could fringes along the arms and side. But 1 es, reptiles insects, plants, flowers, trees, The award of the premium will (depend
.not fail to attract my attention. Indeed l am the human frame &0. upon the decision of several eminent I'.f>;-
that have
i 'f .this is sire you ncr seen the tasty II.( ictans.
calculated to excite almost every Biography ; especially for the young.

species of emotion, rising progressively fashion of fringes carried to perfection. J II. Geography ; accounts of places, manncrs 03-Edjton, postmasters< and others, arc
t Here they are six or seven indies customs &
long and l 0.
from from respectfully invited to
to act
beauty grandeur, grandeur to as agents Any
It sublimity, and' from sublimity to silent awe hung densely on every seam, 1 believe, both IV. Travels and Voyages ; in various person who remits ten dollars will hive ten t
i of the shirt parts of the world. ,
and hunting and leggms. Indeed copies forwarded him. Persons
astonishment Here remitting
at one moment
their is V. Lively descriptions of the one dollar will
curiosities hare
weight a great bi'rdeu. But it is eight numbers
could sent.
I you !bear the mimic barking of a burrow of nature and -
: perhaps advisable under art ; in each of the United} All distant communications to be
existing corcu'Ii- aadresscd }
of prairie dogs beneath your feet ; here States, and in other countries. to the editor No. 6 Cortlandt
stanccs, that I should [leave street New
you could see the cool pelviod streamletmurmuring ) to the your imagination VI. Lessons on objects that daily surround York, (and must be post paid.) .
I' supply (picture. There is doubtless
from the mountain's base, or in the parlor, nursery, gar scribers to commence with No. ].

ripling over its rugged precipices, and then many couched a l generous under the and magnanimousheart den,&o Accounts of trades and employ V The editor has great pleasure in being
t I I meandering through the dell below, while( general outlines ments. able to announce the approbation of mUr

(r; the frisking antelope bounds over it with I nor must you suppose that these remarks VII. Particular duties of the young ; to eminent medical gentlemen to the Flan of

I "the.rapidity of wind. Here could seethe are applicable to all, for there are parents teachers, brothers, sisters &c. this publication
you to all VIII. Bible lessons
t "exceptions general rules. and stories.
placid and expansive rivet
f with beautiful and verdant inlets inteispefeed while( Two gentlemen, a Mr. Pierce and Bush l, IX. Narratives ; such as are well authen +
t.j' on .
'its margin herds of buffuloe, .numbering!: I understand, fell victims 10 Ibosavaoe ma.Iryolence ticated, original tales. List of Letters

: of the Black Feet Indians a short X. Parable, fables,and proverbs,where
thousands ir.
far the
were peacefully PostOffice
grazing as the REMAINING at KPT
distance from this morals is obvious and
place excellent.
5 as the eye could extend. But oh earth sometime last win )Yc,8t,.OQ first day of October *t-
ter. XI. Poetry ; adapted to the 34, which if not taken
,through what convulsive throes hast thou youthful capacity out within t'ureo
Professor Nuttall of and feelings. months, will be '
Cambridge, Massachusetts sent to the General Post Office
'tpassedt hand there arc 8uffic tnt
every XII. as dead letters.
1 indications of the which who accompanied us for the purpose Intelligence ; embracing accounts
have chequered mighty eruptions of making botanical inquiries,has met of Juvenile books, societies, and remarka B.-Bethel. James, Bushncl, II. C.
thv loveliness with
primitive bit occurrences. C-Cl3rk.Gorgc, County
i with the most flattering ,Judge
scenes of success. Mrs
deformity and horror. Yonder Many of these M-McKane Tally, McDonald J. K
"'the eternal Townsend, the Ornitholoysi from Philadelphia subjects will be illustrated ,
( Ann
granite which has perhaps stood by numerous and beautiful Martin, R. W.
.' the same amidst the incessant mutations + who also accompanied us, has surpassed by the best artists and engravings (prepared IS-Xeill, Frederick
of all p ; his most sanguine expectations. with P--Park, Ezekiel
around) and for 2
fIt ages defied the con a not only to adorn the work, but to
fliers of the elements Last evening he informed me that he 1 hid U-Roberts, Joseph
rears its tempest-be a' improve the taste cultivate the mind, and S Stone
t .: ten brow above the clouds, and proudly discovered fifteen new species} of birds, siX raise the affections of the youth to appropriate L. M.
that were doubtful, and that and T-Tillinghast, D- P. 2
scowls upon the verdant vale beneath. .- twenty were; worthy object We would

Even.from the rock on which 1 now sit to lately found !It is the in.ention of both make them better children, better brothers,, Persons A. PAT'fEflSON, I'M.

i ,i write, I see th.> 'eternal snows "and thee gentlemen to explore the Oregon better sisters better pupils, better associates whether calling for letters will please ia
at a they
and arc rtised.
in the end
Territory. !From their better citizens.
' unremitted
fa v paces distant! a variegated profusion of exertions, [o223w1

flowers and vegetation. A man of poetic I fondly anticipate that the result of their We beg the friend of education, especially -
labors will be
imagination might easily conceive, that the many interesting accessions parents and teachers to view the

roseate flush was starting upon the ashy to their respective sciences. matter in this light. Let children look up WE arc authorized to announce Colonel

paleness of death,the bright halaof immortality We left Liberty as you may recollect, on- on the pictures, not as :pictures merely ; candidate WILLIAM B. NUTTALL as i
the 25th of but let them be taught to study then represent the Ternary of
\ What
was kindling around the melancholy April, arrived at this place can be more rich valuable Florida, in the 24th Congress of theVJmted
ruins} of the tomb. Yonder-let ys (a distance of eleven or twelve hundred materials for iustructive -
stop lessons
** What timer e'er could choose, miks) on the 20th mst.,few difficulties hav After this brief explanation a good engraving of our nci? .Shies.WE

li f To ing occurred on the way, those pies and prt : arc authorized to
paint the rainbow's vary ing h tes, excepting purposes, we ask the co-operatiou announce Colonel
'f .Unless to mortal were which nre inseparable from the lop We of all who receive this circular. Will JAMES GADSDEN as a candid-
*, given have ,not been further aid us by influence you ate to represent the Territory of
To dip' hU brush in dyes Qf! Heaven nuThe north than latitude) your in this great work, the Florida.ia
43 degrees and 10 seconds which the<< formation of mind and character for 24th Congress of the United States.
1 was on
l expatriated
starts into
Sweet riling generation
rapture on
Watery tributary stream of the PI you assist us oil eta
beam the wild note of alto.
109 mountain jour power, ia
song, We are now in latitude 41 our endeavor to introduce+ W are authorized to Colonel
degrees announce
-and loves his sec to American
country yet the schools,
more for its ends, longitude lit parlors and 6resi
barrenness and sterility. On the sa reel' west from Greenwich. degrees, 34 seconds the stories and lessons of Parley's 6agazi candidte

principle of early association, the emen( that much credit is due 1 must here remark will Ever have) single number of the new volume 24th Congress of the United State.

ded forests and fertile plains of to Capt. Wleth.for a strong paper cover, abundantly .-
my native the manner in which he has led sufficient to preserve the work in
eland far dearer good order
to than
are me these
weep This gentleman unites for binding, and for E: arc
in his character use in school W to announce :Major
ing willows and rugged mouatains. A The
sw all qu&lificatioas out always to ie found, unU- yearly subscription being one dollar WILLIAMVYATT as a candid
our friends will perceive the impracticabii. te represent the Territory of Florid

in the 24th Congress of the tiled State


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