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: December 27, 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: UF00049046:00012

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? -- become bound in an obligation with one or flatter themselves that this establishmentwill being emphatically 4I Principles '
: good anJ sufficient securities be merit share not men;
THE ENQUIRER. more to a large of patronage. They and our ambition to do and sustain
approved of by the board of wardens .have now several fonts right
.. or a on hand, which can As we design! the
-" majority of them, for the port and harbor aforesaid be furnished at a few hours notice and are of general information to Mercury all classes a vehicle of the

EDITED AND PUBLISHED in the sum of one thousand dollars, prepared to make fonts of all weights and ccmimmity we shall at all times endeavor
conditioned for the faithful, diligent and sizes, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, includinga to present to
BY J.ATKINSON. : able performance of their dutieswhich bond great variety of rnamental Letter.- or expense our. tile patrons latest, regardless Commercial of and labor

when executed shall immediately he placedon Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes mass Political Intelligence both and
,.'ERMS.-Five Dollars per annum. file in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Rule, and other ornaments will be found to Domestic ; with as Foreign
of Lit-
great a
ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of Court of said County,at the proper cost be very extensive, of which specimens will ctary and Miscellaneous\ matter variety a* our lim

One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square for of such pilot. be forwarded be to Printers as soon as they its will permit. Our columns will remaia
the first insertion, and Scventv-Five Cents can prepared. open to the temperate discussion of
Sec. 3. Be It further enacted, That in any
for each subsequent continuance.For Printing Presses of every description subject connected with the
event of the unfaithfulness good, ex-
any insobrietyor Printing Ink of the most approved qualities cluding all scurrillity and
criminal negligence of pilot he shall personal spleen.
any Composing Sticks Brass In'ine
Galleys, Imposing whatever will he *
the information of Mariners generally upon the petition of any twenty respectable Stones Cases productive of spee
Paper and Press Boards, dily rendering beneficial
have from the Collector the citizens of said of the varied natural
we procured I city, or a majority of the Standing Presses, Furniture, together witha of
following schedule of the situation of tho said hoard of wardens so appointed to the complete assortment of all articles used advantages mercial character our State of elevating the com-
Light Houses along the Florida shore, Governor to that eflect.be removed from of- in a Printing Office will be our city or meliora
kept the
constantly ting moral social
and political '
ender his superintence. ficeand may besides he proceeded againstby on hand.
Lion of
CAPE FLORIDA LIGHT.-Stationary indictment, as in ordinary cases of misde Small fonts, ,cuitablc for Book-binders and humble our people support.will meet with our ardent

-Situated on the South side of Key Biscayne meanorand on conviction, fined in & sum in great variety may be had when called '
about 400 yards from the beach.- not exceeding one thousand dollars, to he for. ONDITIONS.

The Light may be considered 70 feet above assessed by a jury, and shall moreover he Orders from all parts of the Union will be The Savannah Mercury will be published !
the level of the distant from the liable to a suit on behalf nfany party aggrieved and
sea daily
gulf promptly most carefully attended to, throughout the year, on a super royal
stream about miles. Vessels drawing 10 on the bond so as hereinbefore provided, and particularly in supplying SORTS for all sheet, at Seven Dollars per annum, payable
4 feet may approach within l-2niles of the to be executed by him. fonts furnished by their predecessors Bin semi-annually in advance.

light- Lat. 25 47 N-Long. 80 4'2V.. Sec 4. Be it further enacted,That if any ny & Ronaldson, and Richard Kooaldson. The Mercury for the co jntry will be pub

LIGIP1 SHIP FLORIDA situatedon person except such as may have been ap- Stereotyping in all Its branches, executed lisped to meet the arrangement of tho mails,
Carysford's Reef, near the site of the pointed aforesaid, and have complied with by L. Johnson, as heretofore. three times a week at the office of the Savannah I
old one, in Lat. 25 08 N.Long. 8027 W. all thcconditions specified in the second section JOHNS'' & SMITH. Mercury, and will be sent to all
It is easily distinguished, as two distinct of this act,shall charge any compensation No. G. George St. Philadelphia, 1833. parts of the Union,or delivered it the City, II i
Jightsare shown, which can generally be fPublishers:: of Newspapers who insert at Four Dollars .
:: for services he may perform as pilot, he per annum, payable in advance ;
seen at the distance of 12 miles.! Its object shall doomed guilty of high misdemeanor, this advertisement, and forward a paper or Five at the expiration of six ??;
is to warn vessels from the dangerousrocks and on conviction thereof, shall be fined in containing it to J. & S. will be entitled to months. It will contain all the Intelligence,
and shoals near which it is placed. a sum not exceeding treble the amount of $3, payable in settlement of their accounts Commercial, Political, Literary and Mis

KEY WEST LIGHT-Stands on the compensation received by him to be asses- when their bills amount to not less than$10.J. ccllaneous, including advertisements, published III I

S.. %West Point of the Island of Kev West.is sed_by_a jury! ; provided that this act shall & S. in the daily nnnorAdvertisements'will 'r i

In Lat. 2433 1-2 N.-Long. 81" 52 1-2 not be held to extend to the master or mariner R E. WHITE &. WILLIAM HAGAJl, be conspicuously inserted (
W. ; erected for the purpose of guiding ves- of any licensed wrecking vessel, on ESPKCTFULLY Inform the Printersof in both papers,at 75 cents per squareof
sels when entering the harbor ; the direc- Florida Reefon board of any such wreck the United States to whom they have fourteen lines, for the first insertion, andthirtyseven
tions for which are as follows : Bring the ing vessel, or on board of any vessel which long been individually known as established and a half cents, fur each succeeding
light to bear N. N. %V. and the Sand Key has been cast away unless such vesselso Letter Founders, that they have now formed publication.
Light to bear W. S. W. and you cross the cast away has been spoken by a regular a co-partnership in said business and All communications by mail must be .
Reef in about 5 fathoms water ; run for Key pilot at least six miles from the light house hope from thcirunited skill and experience, post paid.MIimOK!.

West Light until within two miles, then on the Island of Key WCst. to be able to give full satisfaction to all who OF"Mi KT.H.
steer N W. until you open Fleeming's Key Sec. 5. Be it further enacted That all may favor them with orders. j J
--which is a Mangrove Island in the north suits and prosecutions provided>> for in this The introduction of machinery in place I A HUMOROUS: FEIilODICAL. t
ern part of the harbor and then run for it. act,shall be had in the Superior Court of of the tedious and unhealthy practice of One of the cheapest Publications in the

The best anchorage is in the upper part of the County aforesaid or before the Judge casting type by hand, longa desideratum by United States.
dfe harbor. Height of the Light House thereof in Chambers.Sec. the Eurepean and American Foundcrs,was, THE publication of the above named pe
from the level of the sea, 83 feet C inches. 6. Be it further enacted That the 1 by American ingenuity and a heavy expenditure will be commenced on Thurs

Light Stationary. following fees and rates of pilotage he allowed of time and money on the part of,our day,31st inst. The publisher it very desirous c ,
SAND KEY LIGHT-Revolving once to each and every pilot, first for pilotingand senior partner, first successfully accomplished. of having all the names of the!subscriber I
in 54 seconds. It is the best light on the conducting a ship or vessel in .or out, Extensive use of the machine cast letter forwarded previous to that time as he will I
coast ; S.V. by S. from Key West Light.I over any partof the Florida Pcef. Second has fully tested and established its superiority positively issue the work on that day. ,
Utf. 24 26 N-Long- 81 57 W., situated I ly,from any part of the said Reef to the port in every particular, over that cast Tho number of names already received, :
c'itectly on the Reef. The Light 70 feet of Key West or to Indian Kej. or thirdly by the old process. fully justifies\ the issuing of the publication; I
above the sea.1TTORTUGAS. through either of the channels leading into The Letter Foundry business will hereafter and the first number will be forwarded to .

LIGHT-Stationary-on tho port or harbor of Key West aforesaid he carried on by the patties before many persona who have not subscribed, ,
one of the Dry Tortugas Islands, near the to wit. for every foot of water which such named under tbe firm of White,Hagar&co. but who have signified their intention of I
western extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 ship or vessel may draw, the sum of two dol- Their specimen exhibits a complete series doing so, if the work should meet their ex .
31 N.Long. 83 10 W. lars, and for every day for which such pilot from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book pectations.
may be detained or employed on board snch and News type being in the most modern The price will be one dollar a year, pay ;
PROPOSALSFOR ship or vessel, the further sum of two dol- light and style. able on the receipt of the first number, \ I
lars. White Hagar & Co. arc agents for the and where five responsible names are sent, :
PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST, sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses the sixth copy shall be furnished gratis. ,
A NEWSPAPER Sec. 7. De it further enacted That every which they can furnish to their customers Letters containing oDe name must be pout ,I
vessel bound either to Indian Key or to Key at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, paid. 1:
A' To EF. ENTITLED THK West except a licensed wrecking vessel Cases, Composition Sticks Ink and As the circulation will be very extensive. I I'
and refusing to receive a pilot on board, article used in the Printing Business,every kept the publisher will print a cover for the Mirror I
KEY WEST ENQUIRER. shall, ifspoken.by said pilot six miles respectively for sale and furnished on the shortest no providing a sufficient advertising pat.*
from Indian Key aforesaid, or tice. Old type taken in exchange for new ronagc shall be bestowed. Advertisement
THE UNDERSIGNED, begs leave re- from the said Light !House on the Island of at 9 cents per pound. will be inserted co tpicuously on the coverat
to offer prepositions to this Key West,be neverthelessand it is hereby N. B. Newspaper Proprietors who give the usual rates. Merchants and others
enlightened public, to publish a weekly made subject to pay full rates of pilotage,as the above three insertions will be entitledto who advertise by the year will be entitledto

newspaper under the above title. It shall though such pilot had been taken on board, Five Dollars in such articles as they one square, renewable every month, for t ,
be principally devoted to Commercial Intelligence but if not spoken more than three miles! respectively select from our specimen. may five dollars.

shall be from the abovementioned places, New York, 1833. Gentlemen who will regularly furnish original
-party controversy en-
then and in of such refusal
case as aforesaid Lumorous articles which shall be .
tirely excluded. ap
she shall be liable to pay half pilotage and e. PROSPECTUS proved by the editor, will lave the publication
undersigned is fully aware of the no more. tent to them without charge.
nlifficulty of the task he is about to undertake Sec. 8. Be it further enacted That no or THE Address LYN DE ELLIOTT

and in consideration of his want of fees shall be demandable for piloting and SAVANNAH MERCURY. Bel Air, Hartford County, MJ.

experience, has obtained the polite offer of conducting any vessel.if same be spokenat A DAILY MORNING PAPER \

assistance from friends, whose age and aless distance than three miles from the Devoted to Commerce-.o\griculturePol SUBSCRIBER respectfully in-
light house aforesaid or from Indian Key TilE ,
qualifications render them itics bit friend and tbe I
to that
competent provided,that this secticn shall not be held -and General ,
thetask. For his own part, ho pledges to extend to any vessel going or coming Intelligence he is prepared to do all kind of JOB PRIN- .

limself that, so far as his health and through the northwest passage! of tbe harbor To be edited and published in the city of TING.to merit He liberal hopes by attention to busineu, l'
tstrength will permit-the public may rely of Key West when spoken at the dis- Savannah Geo. patronage.J.ATKINSON.
upon the utmost regularity in the publica- tance of two miles and a half from said lightS BY WM. BALDWIN HARRISON.
tinn nf. .t.. .... n..n_. nure. presenting to tbe public the' prospectus Key West, Nov. 1.
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Great pains P"P"-will be taken to obtain the Sec:; 9 Be further enacted That in of the Savannah Mercury, a just regard -
earliest and the event ofany master of a vessel refusing for the feelings of those '?e expect to W. A. Pitcher, 1vs. '. I
moat correct of
Wrecks intelligence to pay any pilot for his services tile amount serve, as well as a compliance which time > In Attachment.
and Wrecked Property, and also offees herein before provided, such pilot has sanctioned,renders it necessary to give John Harris ) .
reports of vessels passing near the Florida may at discretion, sue out from the office a brief synopsis of the principle which shall THE defendant aud all concerned will
Reef. of the clerk of said court an attach- govern us in our editorial duties-We are notice that the above suit his !

O j GENTLE UN friendly to the undertaking ment, returnable immediately to the said impressed with the belief that in a govern been commenced by attachment in the Superior I
will please receive subscripto and court or to the Judge thereof in Chambers ment like ours.the preservation of the Liberties Court for the Southern District of 11 \

forward the names to the Editor !soon! as aga-nst the vessel piloted or spoken, which of tbe People mainly depends on their Florida, and they are required to appear j]
possible. Court or the said Judge in Chambers shall virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and the and plead to the declaration at the next i! I
summarily and without jury proceed to ex- dissemination of sound political knowledge term of said court. A. GORDON, H I
J. ATKINSON. amine into the facts and law of the case, among them! and being actuated by a sincere [oct. 1513m)' Atty. for el'k': .
1, 1834. and decide accordingly to its merit but if desire to advance the cause of State .

r the said vessel so assisted or spoken, shall Rights and Constitutional Liberty, we shall
AN ACT to provide for the appointment not be within the jurisdiction of the court support the doctrines of the State Rights P. C. GREENE
of Pilots, and to regulate the rules ot the said court or Judge in Chambers shall Party of Georgia, as set forth in tbe "irgin.ia .
Pilotage at the port of Key West,and for and may on the return of the attachment and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798-99 CONTINUES to transact General business Af n-
other proceed in like manner, CX-PARTC and decide and which were so triumphantly maintained
purposes. accordingly.Passed by tbe State oi Georgia in 1825-6, and *7 at Key West. lie bas a commodious Wire
v Sec. 1. De It enacted by the Governor ; and
and House good will be taken on storageat
and Legislative I ouncil of the Territory of Feb. 15,1834. thereby assist in perpetuating the inestimable reasonable rate JDOf. <
Florida, That from and after the passage of JOHN WARREN, blessings we enjoy under our pres- .
this act,tbe Governor of the said Territory Pres. Legislative Council. ent form of government, and which are [ 8J8344tf.JTHE

be and he is hereby authorised by and with Approved Feb. 15,1834TYPE guaranteed unto us,so long as each depart,
the advice and content of said Council dur meut of her u kept within its legitimati' 8ubcriber would inform his friend

\ ing its annual sessions,to appoint such number H AVING FOUNDRY sphere of action. We are in favor of i the public that be is prepared to
Purchased Mr. RICHARD strict
of Pilots for tbe port and harbor of Key RONALDSON construction of the Constitution< attend to toy business that may be entrusted -
West and the adjacent coast in a northeasterly his long established and opposed te all system which bare for then to Jars care in the
direction very extensive Type Foundry tbe subscri object the taxing of the for tbe AUCTION
from said city and the ex many bene AND COMMISSION LINE
ben have
a for the fit of the few of
tie northern limits of the County of Monroe of co-partnership or laying restrictions upoi Hi office is up stairs in Mr F,A. Bro. e'.
purpose continuing said business, and for Commerce domestic
,aa be deem or industry-acd thai Ware-House
may bema be
necessary, expedient the convenience ) at all times
and advisable provided the number of their friends and patrons resist all encroachment by the Fed ra found.
in any one shall appointed ,have removed their establishment to a Government on tile right of the State tin He takes thus
year not exceed opportunity of rendering-
more central part of the city. At it iatbeirintention tbe libertieof the
twelve. People. But whilst wi think for
I past fa von, and hopes, bf unremitting .
to keep on band good assortment thus
express our prefeieoce r tbe prioci
Sec.'. Be it further enacted,That such of the best type, and to make inch addition pletof the State IligbU Party of Georgia continuance attention to business, to merit *
of .
au pilqsso appointed before entering on the I and improvements as the taste of the trade t we hall support that party only *o long at patroD'f"JOS.

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11 I United States, for the purpose of being it during the session. In the month of fiinal delay asking for an 'appropriation'

t ? the ore have been completely liberated from all the reclamations April, 1834, nearly three years after the from the refusff! of the Hiamlers grant it
By I politeness j
a presented by France on Lelmlf of its signatureof the treaty, the final action of when asked, from the omission:: to bring tho

l favored with a perusal of the President'sMessage citizens, that the sum of one million five the French Chambers upon the bill to car subject !before the Chambers at their last

f 4 After congratulating the Representatives hundred thousand francs should be paid to ry the treaty into effect was obtained, and session, from the fact that, including the '

I and the nation on the prosper the Government of prance, in six annual resulted in a refusal of the necessary appro. session, there have! been fivh different occasions (

ous condition of our domestic affairs, and instalments, to be deducted out of the annual priations. The avowed grounds upon which I when the appropriation might have

our happy and peaceful relations with almost instalments which France had agreedto the bill was rejected, are to be found in the been made, and from the delay ;in convoking

makes the pay, interest therupon being in like manner published debates of that body, and no observations the! Chambers until some weeks after the
all the world the President
I' computed from the day of the exchange of mine can be necessary to satisfy meeting of Congress, it was well known

following remarks on the state of our affairs of the ratifications. In addition to this Congress of their utter insufficre cy- that a communication of the whole subjectto

with France. stipulation, important advantages were secured Although the gross amount of the claimsof Congress at the last session wits prevented

It becomes my unplcasing duty to inform to France by the following article, our citizens is probably greater than will by assurances that it should be disjoscd.

you that this pacific and highly gratifying viz. "The wines of France, from and after ultimately be allowed by the Commissioners of before its present meeting, you should

i 'I' picture of our foreign relations. does the exchange of the ratifications of the sufficient i is, nevertheless shown, to feel yourselves constrained to doubt whetherit

i not include those with Franco at this time present convention, shall be admitted to render it absolutely certain that 'the indemnity be the intention of the French Governtn'Tit .

#\ It is not possible that any Government and consumption in the States of tho Union, falls fur short of the actual amount of in all its branches to carry the treatr

people could be more sincerely desirous oft at duties which} shall not exceed the following our jnst claims, independently uf the question into effect, and think that such measures. s

conciliating a just and friendly intercoursewith rates by the gallon,'such as is used at of damages and interest for the deten the occasion may be deemed to call for,

another nation, than are those of thn present for wines in the United States,) to tion. That, the settlement involved a sacrifice should! be now adopted, the important question

: United Slates with their ancient ally and wit : six cents for red wines in casks, ten in this respect, was well known at arises what those measures shall be.

t; friend. This disposition is founded as well cents for white wines in casks, and twenty- the time-a sacrifice which was cheerfully "Our institutions are essentially n3citir.

t on the most gratef'il and honorable recollections two cents for wines of all sorts in bottles. acquiesced in by the different branches Peace and friendly intercourse wlih'al'rltion

It associated with our struggle (for proportions existing between the duties the Federal Government, whose action .*, are as much thedesireof our go\rn.;

,,,\ independence, as upon a well grounded on French wines thus reduced, and the upon the treaty was required, from a sincere ment! as they are the inheres,s of our People. ,

conviction that it is consonant with the general rates of ,the tariff which went into desire to avoid further collision upon tho But these objects are nol to be permanently ,

r true policy of !both. The people of the U. operation the first of January, 1829, shall old and disturbing subject, and in the con secured, by surrendering tlio rights/ of oiir

I r! '\ States could not, lhereforesee without the be maintained, in case the Government of fident expectation that tho general relations citizens, or permuting solemn treaties fr

it ,/ deepest regret, even a temporary interrup the United States should think properto between the two countries would be improved their indemnity cases of flagrant wrong,

", tion of the friendly relations between the dimmish those general rates in a new tariff. thereby. to be abrogated or set aside.. I

two countries-a regret which would, I am "In consideration of this stipulation, 'fhe refusal to vote theappropriationthe "It is undoubtedly in the power of Con

sure, be greatly aggravated if there should which shall be binding! the UnitedStates news of' which was received from our Minister gress seriously to affect agricultural: and

turn out to be any reasonable ground for for (ten years,the French.Government i in Paris, about the 16th day of May manufacturing interests of France, by tl.o 1

attributing such a result to any omission or dons the reclamations, which it had formedin last.might have been considered the final passage of laws relating to her trade with

commission on our part. I, derive, therefore relation to the eighth article of the treaty determination of the French government i the United States Her products, manu ,

k th'jhighest' satisfaction, from being able of cession of Louisiana. It engages, not to execute' the stipulations of the trea- factures, and tonnage, may be subjected to

to assure you that the whole course of this moreover, to establish on the long staple ty, and would have justified an immediate heavy duties in our ports, or all CHninercial

government has been characterized by a cottons of the United States, which, after communication of the facts to Congress,. intercourse with her may be suspended.But .- ,

i spirit so conciliatory and forbearing as to the exchange of the ratifications of the with a recommendation of such ullinia.e there ate powerful, and, to my mind, i I'

,J make impossible that our justice and moderation present convention, shall be brought directly measures, as the interest and honor of the conclusive objections to this mode of

t Mij. ; ;I '. should be questioner], whatever thence to France by the vessels of tho United States might seem to require But ceeding. We cannot embarrass or cut pro.off

may be the consequences of a longer perseverance United States, or by French vessels, the with the news of the refusal of (ho Chambers the trade of Fnuict, without, at the same

j .;J on the part of the French Government same duties as on short staple cottons. to make the appropriation, were conveyed time, in some degreeembarrassing or cutting .

;; 'k in her omission to satisfy the conceded "This treaty was duly ratified in the the regrets of the King, and a dec off our own trade. The injur'of such
; i
claims of our citizens i manner prescribed by the constitutions of laration that a national vessel should be a warfare must fall, though

, )I& "The history theaccumulated and un both countries, and the ratification was exchanged forthwith sent out, with instructions to tLe our own citizens, and could unequallyupon not but f
I j. "j provoked aggressions> upon our commerce.. : ) at the city of Washington' on--- the n._ French- .. _. -Minister.-...-5 --. to.- trivn"- llip.n_ .mmd..--. nm..ln. the-means of the_ (imrrnmpni ..ni ... ..i .... J
committed by the authority' of the existing: 2d of February, 1832.. On account<7--- of its the past O ,and the strongest-.t" .Wexplanatitnsof that united sentiment n ---.u in ncltl\CIL of ,
'i support me
I, { Governments of Fray" ce between the years commercial stipulations it was, in five days assurances for tho future. After u long rights and honor of the nation which
!t '1800 and 1817, has been rendered thereafter laid before the the
; too Congress of the passage promised dcspatch: -vessel am now pervade every bosom.,
f a ,I painfully familiar to Americans to make its United State, which proceeded to enact ved. The pledges given by tl.e French "Nor is it impossible that such a

: repetition either necessary: or desirable. It such laws favorable (to the commerce of Minister, upon receipt of his instructions, of legislation would introduce course

will he sufficient here to remark, that there France as were necessary to carry it into were, that as soon after the election of the into our national councils, those once more

hasfor many years, been scarcely a single full! execution, and France has, from that new members the charter would permit,, questions! in relation to the tariff disturbing of d"twhichlH

administration of the French Government I period to the present, been in the unrestricted the legislative Chambers of France shouldbe veUcl'n s o es
t >
by whom the justice and legality of the I enjoyment of the valuable privileges that 'called together, and the proposition for Besides.by every measure leantly put io rest.-4-
by the-
claims of our citizens to indemnify, were were thus secured to her. The faith of the an appropriation laid before them; that all Government of the United States with

not, to a very considerable extent,admitted; French nation having been thus solemnly the constitutional powers of the King and view of injuring Franco, the c'ear: tho

and yet near a quarter of a century has pledged, through its constitutional organ, his Cabinet should be exerted to accomplish of right which will! perception J

,; I k been wasted in ineffectual negotiations to for the liquidation and ultimate payment of the object ; and that the result shouldbe people,and the ruler* and people induce of our alloth own

secure it. the long deferred claims'of our citizens as made known early enough to be nations
1 com- cr even of France tiL
i Deeply sensible of the ,also for the to
injurious effects adjustment of other points of municated tu Congress:; at the commence- nounce our
k resulting from this state of things upon the great and reciprocal benefits' to both coun-. ment of the present session. Relying and the quarrel just, will be obscured,.
upon rendered
v interests and character of both nations, I 'tries, and the United Staled having, with a these pledges, and not doubting that the resort to support more decisive to us in a final

regarded it as among my first duties to fidelity and promptitude by which their; con acknowledged justice of our claims, the more limited and measures, will be

I cause one more effort to bo made to satisfy duct will, I trust, be always characterized; promised exertions of the King and his I one point in the equivocal. There is but

France, that just and liberal settlement of done every thing that was necessary to car Cabinet, and, above all, that sacred regard the whole civilized controversy world and i.non that

i our claims was as well due to her own ry the treaty into full and fair etfect on their for the national t faith and honor for .vhich franco to he the/ must pronounce

honor, as to their incontestible validit .,- part, counted with tho most perfect confi the French character: has been so distinguished she shall in wrong.Ve insist that
?' The negotiation (for this dence pay us a sum of which she
on equal'fidelity and money,
purpose was commenced promptitude on would secure an early execution has
with the late Government the of the French acknowledged to be due ; and of the
of France part Government. In of'tho treaty in all its parts., I' did not justice of this
and was prosecuted with! such success, as ibis reasonable expectation we have been, I deem it necessary to call the attention of dtmardthere can be but one
t ,; to leave no reasonable ground to doubtthat regret to inform opinion among mankind. True polity
wholly the
tl''; you disappointed. Congress subject at the last session. seems to dictate thai
it a settlement of a character quite as liberal No legislative provision has been 111 .question at issue
made to that
by regret say, pledges made should be
{i'i'I kept thus .
that which disencumbered
t i JOB France for the and
wasaubsequnntlymade execution
would of
fk the either through the Minister of France
j' l treaty, have not that not. the
I have been effected, had not the revolution, as it respects the indemnity to been redeemed. The Chambers slightest pretence should he
pe paid new
to .
met France.to.
which the persist in,
i by negotiation was cut off taken or the commercial benefits to be secured to on the 31st of July l last, and although the make her refusal to
'I'i place The discussions were resumed with the United States,and the relations between subject of fulfilling treaties was alluded the payment, by any act on our part nft c.
to ting
the present government, and the result the United States ant that in the speech from the throne 100Crt.'st of her.people Theques-
1 t power, in con- no attkmpt tion should be It'flaol. ,
showed that is
,' we were not wrong in supposing sequence thereof, are placed in a situation was made by the King or his Cabinet to attitude that when now, in sue an
that an event by which France fulfil her
threatening to the
thetwooov- treaty
good unUjfStan- procure an appropriation to it into
trnments were made to which has carry stipulations, all controversy will be atafV
I much approach,each other ding so long and so hasp y existed execul ion. The reasons given for this omission end
so in
nearer their political princi between the two nations. although in

1 Dies! and by which.the motives for the most "Not only has the Frenc. .. fnl1..n........ sufficient mart ordinary they ght case.. beconsidered nrn. .nnt. ."n'L.. ....nr" It,. is. my.., ,,_conviction. .._ that trio U. States. )
jioerai and intercourse f -- wfVllllUClll rf --y ** .Uil "" o'" .v 1II)1:: ::) 011 a
friendly were so been thus wanting in the performance sistent with the-expectations founded prompt execution of the
'greatly multiplied, could exercise of the upon treaty, and in case it be refused
no other stipulations it has the or longer
so solemnly entered into assurances given here, for there
than salutary influence is no delayed, take redress into
the their
upon negntia1 with the United constitutional own hands,
States obstacle
but its omissions to entering into legislative After the
tion. After
the delay the
most deliberate of
and thor- have part France
been marked business the of a-
by circumstances at first
which meeting oCthe in
ough examination of the whole century acknowledging/
subject, a would seem to leave Chambers. This clainir
us without point however
treaty between the two satisfactory might treaty, it is not to be tolerated ihatanolli
governments evidences: have
was that such performance will been overlooked, had not the Cnam-
41R concluded and signed at Paris on the 4Ui place at a future bers, instead of called quarter of a century ? ,10 be wasted in neV
period. Advice of the being to meet at
; of so about
gotwung the
July 1831
t by which it was stipulated of payment. The laws of
that the French exchange ratification:* reached Paris, early a day, that the result of their deliberations nations provide
Government in order to pri ir to the 8th be a remedy for such
might occasions
April 1832. The communicated
liberate itself from all Frencb to me, It i isa well sealed
i; the reclamations Chambers were then and before the meeting of Congress principle of the inter-
sitting, continued been national
preferred code
against prorogued that
; it the where
by citizens
of the one nation
f United States for in session until the 21st of that month, to the 29ih.of the present month- another liqUIdated. owes
1 unlawful seizures, captures and although one instalment of the indem I a period so late that their decision ,which it refuses
sequestrations can I or neglects to the
confiscations, or de- nity was payable the : scarcely be made known pay, aggrieved party
itruction of their on 2d of February, to the present seize on the may
tit,i. property,engages vessels to cargoes, or other 1833, one year after tbe exchange of ratifi Congress, prior to its dissolution. To its citizens property or ;begging: to the other -
a of subjects
kit five twenty- cations, no application: avoid this delay, our Minister sufficient to pay
millions of francs to the was made to the in Paris, in the debt, without,
i' : 't States Chambers giving just
I for the I virtue of the cause of
who shall distribute it required appropriation assurance given by the French This war.
t fj in the and among those entitled, and' in consequence of no | Minister in the United States: to remedy been repeatedly, resorted
manner appropriation strongly and
urged ,
according I recently France
to the by
i rules it having then been made the the convocation of tho 116r5eIf.towards
!< determine; and it was also draft of the U. Chambers at an Portugal; under circumstances
on the part of the French Government stipulated States Government for that instalment was earlier day, but without success ,it is prop I less unqlJcstionnble. -
this ,that dishonored by Minister of Finance er to remark however, that thi
\, twenty-five millions of francs ,and has "Tho time at which
be paid at Paris in six annual instalments should the United States thereby involved in much been accompanied.the most positive to.tlus"or resort should Le had
of (four rai.lior.s one hundred and controversy. The next session! of the Cham surances, on the part of the Executive Go to be decided any of redress, is a point

thousand six hundred and sixty-six sixty-six bers commenced on the 19ih Nov. 1832, vernment of France, of their intention to shall by Congress. If an appropriation -
and continued until the 25th press the appropriation not be made by the French
and at the
sixty-six centimes April 1833.
each into ensuing ses. Chambers
the hands a'' their
I Notwithstanding I sion of the next session ir
ot such person or persons as shall be authorized -firatin.i-i.... ___. '.- the.JI omission. to pay the Chambers. beconcJnclPfl. ..---- .h."I....... """"' .:!_ ____,n'may l'r by the Government of the United I of earnest wwnu-4. naa oeen made the subject "The executive branchofi has finally determined"wvwnmenioirranctf to
disregard its
States to receive it." remonstrance on our the has go\'ernment own
The part
first solemn
instalment as matters
i with stand undertaking
to be paid "at the treaty the United States and the bUl exhausted all the and refuse to pay an
next expiration of one year making appropriations to authority upon the subject with which acknowledged debt. In that event
following execute it is
the it
exchange of the ratifi not laid before were invested, and which it <&y'3 delay
1 cations of this the Chamber had any reason on our part will be a stain upon
convention and the Deputies un believe could to
others til the 6th of be our national honor
beneficially as well
at 8Hccessie I intervals of April, nearly five months af- employed as a denial of
another, till the whole a year, one after tents meeting, and only nineteen idea of acquiescing In the refusal justice to our injured citizens. Prompt
shall be paid. To fore the close of to execute the treaty will measures, when the refusal
the amount of each of the the session. ThebUlwS not, I am confi- of France shall
dent be to
t shall be added interest said instilments read and referred to a committee for a moment entertained complete, will not only be most honrh.
there by
at 4 per centum was no further branch uf .this any able and just but will eleVl
thereupon, as upon the other action upon itTlhe government and further have thu best
instalments negociation is
then Ii1CSSJon of the Chambers oS equally out of the upon our national character
remaining unpaid, the commenced question
said interest If it shall be "Since
4to be 26th of April, 1833, and the pleasure of France, in violation of her
computed from, the continued until Congress pledges -
day the to await the
exchange the 26th of Juno given through her
action of
of the present convention following. A new bill Chambers the French Minister here, has
It was also stipulated wu Introduced 00 the<< 11th or June, but no further consideration of the delayed her final action so long that her
on the of subject with
part the at this decision will
nothing important wu done w relation to I'L flU ired at h3nd season, probably be re. to be not probably be known ; ,
But if,from the ori communicated to this Congrti I

recommend that a law be passed, autborVI

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-"- produced PO much excitement that the house: ....- -.------- -- -- -. .- '-'. "---.-- I. _n U J-..._ .1...... ,.._ ..... .....

Ins reprisals upon French property, in case has been filled and! surrounded from sunset THE ENQUIRER. PROSPECTUS

provisions shall not be made for the pay. to sunrise every night for nearly a week. or TitAMARANTH \

ment of the debt,at the approaching sessionof Every imaginable means: have been resortedto I KEY \VES1FLOIUDA.. I
the French Chambers. Such a measure in order to unravel ,the phenomenonAt ,
not to be considered by France as a onetime the girl would be removed from A Semimonthly Journal: of Literature at I
1831. Arts.
Her pride and power are too well one apartment to another, but without ef ; \

menace.known to expect any thing from her fears, feet. Wherever she was placed, at uncertain We publish in to-day's paper that part of B Broirnr. //. fooim, Etlitors. [!

and preclude the necessity of a declarationthat intervals the sudden thumpmg noise the President's Message which relates to More than two years 'lave elapseu sinil'
nothing partaking of the character of would bo heard in the room She was taken the commencement of the Amaranth, a,. ,
our affairs with trance; In that it has
consequence during period received
a area
intimidation is intended by us. She oughtto to a neighbor's! house, the same result
of the length of it have not been able increase of patronage. "I'o be in fault
look upon it as the evidence onlv of an followed. When carried out of doorshowever we the common lot of humanity, anti wp "
inflexible determination on the part of tho ,no noise is heard. Dr. Drake who has to present to our readers tho usual variety no pi ctence of an exemption from ma .

United States, to insist on their rights.- beer',constant in 'his attentions during tho of matter. r however.our intentions are to thecbarflbte as fcia

That Government, by doing only what it wh6 f perm d, occasionally aided by other errors as possible! while we has itself acknowledged to bejust, will be scientific observers, was with us last even- At an election hold n Wednesday Dec. onr productions shall he acceptable (to roe

able to spare to the United States the necessity ing for two hours, when we were politely 101 h 1834, for clerk of the court f for Monroe general.readers, and The approved by the community?

of taking redress into their own allowed to make >i variety of experiments| county, to fill the vacancy occasioned te discussienof Amaranth, takes no parVbA
Unroll anrt anvn. tlm nrnnertv or French_ __. citph with, the girl in addition to those heretofore . adhering tins religion or politics/an9 DlA4 '
A.-- -- 0.- r'-r-po/ n by the death of Dr. Day, the following is rule,we have :
izens from the seizure and sequestrationswhich tried, to satisfy ourselves that there is no ny articles from its columns- 1 cxcJuded\Lit'he same \
American citizens so long endured imposition in the case, and if possible to ::- ulation will be continued, although clejralr.ln ,

without retaliation or redress. If she should discover the secret agent of the mystery. Jos. A. Thouron received 47 votes. power and poignancy may sometimes?' \

continue\ refuse that act of acknowledged The girl was in an upper room with a part Asa F. Tin, 9 ceive a denial. The work is now rer ant ex-

justice, and in violation of the' laws of nations of the family when we reached the house.The II. K. Ne' 'comb, 8 nently established, although at its ciW( !
make reprisals on our part the occasion noise then resembled that which would mencement there were probably thosei Hi
Tho .: ellr. Peru Johnston boundto presaged itsduration to be but
of hostilities against the United States, be produced by a person violently thumpingthe gourd. It has been likeJoitural
I o could but add violence to injusticeand upper floor with the head of an axe, ,, Tampa Bay and Pensacola, arrived hereon whom we should feel proud patronised to name b? tJcom-

'+could not fail to expose herself to the just five or six times in quick SUCcl'SlonjarrlUg the 23d inst. and sailed on the 24th.- we permitted, and of whose continued, kindU wi

censure of civilized nations, and the retributive the house, ceasing a few minutes, and then Passengers in. the P. L'. Wotthand 42 U. ness and attention we have assurance .lent
judgements' of Heaven. resuming as before. We were soon introduced S. Troops: The columns of the Amaranth cmbr.

"Collision with France is the more to into the apartment, and permitted to original tales- P.sar..t. -'. --n.-.- .(.rum.!. n me,,, ?I'CUS_.
d he regretted on account of the position she observe for ourselves. The girl appearedto JHsrfnc'-- -- well known and distinguished! writers, at.
illfst. intend !
occupies in Europe in relation to liberal institutions. be in perfect health, cheerful, and free !:: -- as we shall be hereafter, to pay for such article**

But in maintaining: national from the spasms felt at first, and entirely PORT OF KEY' WEST. ications acceptable will add, from interest those whoa Vcommiu

rights and honor, all Governments are aliketo I relieved from every thing like the fear or work extant. Weare aware it will to anr'-

us. If by a collision with France, in a apprehension which she manifested tor some ENTKRED. to much expense, but we are res. Ireil put to do us .'.

case where she is clearly in the wrong, the ilays. The invisible noise, however, con Dec. 19-SI Relief Woodward: ;SI llert every thing in our power to render the work

march of liberal principles shall be impeded tinued to occur as btfoie, though somewhat Latham, -20lh-SI North American, Pee. worthy a liberal support, and the only way

the responsibility: for that result, as well diminished in frequency and sound white cham; SI Francisco, Burrows Sell. Marianilt to i. receive the encouragement of the public ,.
; to
as every other, will rest on her own head. we were in the room in order to ascertain Caldez Havana sundries pay for wefl I written articles Ve make
to master no pretensions to
Having submitted these considerations, more satisfactorily that she did nut produce I Brig Dromo NYrk a superiority over other :t
Kearney sundries
to literary works ; we have no hired
it belongs to Congress to decide, whether, it voluntarily, among o her experiments, master-22d-SI Enterprize, Packer! ; SI to puff us into notice, nor do we send editors forth
after what Ins taken place, it will still await we placed her on a chair on a blanket in I Loreto, Sawyer -24th-Sch Peru, Johnston long-winded prospectus, to trumpet our a

the further action of the French Chambers, the centre of the room: bandaged the chair NYork, sundries to maSler.CLEARED. literary consequence, and promising to own out-
or now adopt such provisional measures as with cloth, fastening her feet on the front do all others. No,onr journal can speak for
it may deem necessary: and best adapted to roundand confining her hanus together on itself, ard we wish for no one to sub,tribe
protect the rights and maintain the honor of her lap. No change, however, was produced Dec 19-SI Relief, Woodward ; Brig unless he thinks it deserving of patronage*

the country. Whatever that decision may : the thumping continued as uul'on, Sea Flower, Hartford, Havana; SI Alert, Nothing is admitted into the piper winch

be, it will be (faithfully! enforced by the L\- except that it was not quite so loud; the Latham-20th-SI Francisco, Burrows ; does and not possess merit ; album' poetry (!)

_ ecutive as far as he is authorized to do so." noise resembling that which would IKJ produced SI 1 North American, Peecham; SI Felix, I subjects communications, unless of the upon dry and hack nied
-oesa- by stamping on the floor with a heavy Atderslade; Sch Black Hawk, Bethel,Nassau -..... -' _... *."."., Tl., uc_very._1__._ order, areonlipolvnvoliilo
1 Bviecuons
heel. Yet sue did not move a limb nora N. P. ballast; SI Energy, Packer, SI J from the very best Foreign and American made
the Boston Mercantile Journal.We 1.
muscle that we could! discover. She remained 'Mreto, Sawyer; SI Spy, Thomptfon.: Baliarms Penodicalswitli which the Editors
certainly live in eventful times, and in this position long enough to sat -23
1 tie days ot'witchcraft and necromancy isfy all in the room trial the girl exeicised Marks, sundries to master-24th-Schr. importance will have a place' in its coU

seem to have returned to perplex mankind. voluntarily no sort of agency in producingthe IVru, Tampa Bay, sundries. timns. In noticing new publications, we
What with the astonishing teats performedby noise. It was observed that the noise -. have, and shall continue to take an indepen

he Springfield Somnambulist the Stan* became greater the farther she was removed FOR RENT.THE ,dent bribery course but; we make shall not be governed br
our remarks devoid
stead! Somnambulist,and the Mysterious of
from other
any person. fearor the hope of favor I
Lady," the whole community is lust in a We her in of clos be The drama shall
placed the doorway a not altogether neglected; but receive its
p*)'e of admiration, and the Physiologist'sa' et in the room, the door being ajar to allow share of notice ; the musical department*

sadly puzzled. As a climax to tins/ scRs her to stand in the passage. In less than a ,. so, will command a share of attention.
of wonders, the Newark Sentinel ro ) The work is embellished occasionally
minute the door flaw open,as if violently' HOUSE with
a story,describing some most eura.r.dinary struck formerly occupied by engravings executed in the best mannerand
a malletaccompanied preciselywith ::
Giger, situate on Whitehead music with
of character for the
events a supernatural| Piano
I such a noise as a thump would pro Street. For 'terms, to Forte, flute &c The
which have lately alarmed the inhabitants of apply terms, to cit sub.
that section of the country, and which duce. 'i'htswasrepeatedseverulnmeswith Dec. 27, 1854. [Mtf] JOHN rP?, scribers, one dollar and fifty cents, in ad. .r
the effect In whatever
same short,in position rance.or twodi-llars attbe end sixmonths.
throw the Ghost of the Cock Lane" into She was placed, whether in or out of Wm. II. Shaw, J ,\1 our countr, subscribers will be taxed

the shade. We copy the account, for the the room, similar results, varied a little, vi1 > In Attachment. postage on their papers, we shall exact but
gratification of those who are fund of mar. perhaps, by circumstances, were produced. John Harris. ) one dollar always paid in advance; other-
%els-at the same tune we request them to There is certainly no deception the case. THE defendant ana all interested, will wise they will be charged the usual "

recollect iliere is certainly no deception And now for conjecture. 1 adhered to.
jti lie case:"- beeq by attachment in the t Superior :; .
A Talc Rumor with one of offer none, but among other conjectures Court for the Southern District of No subscriptions received at a distance.
ofmartd.- which have been suggested by Dr. D. and( Florida, and they are required to appear (except from agents,) unless accompaniedwith
her ten thousand tongues, brought us a others is that the phenomenon is electrical. and plead to the declaration at the next the payment for one year in advance;
mysterious story yesterday. mysterious This conjecture is! supposed to be supported term of said court. A. UOKDON, An edition of the paper is published at Rut.
lady," which so far challenged credit that by the fact that the noise is prevented [oct. 15-13m] Atty. for Pl'ff. Bridgewater, Mass where all com --1Dica--.

vie were induced to send a competent witness by the intervention of substances that tionl,he. must be addressed to George II.
in the afternoon to procure more particular Oliver O'Hara ) Brown,post paid, or they' will remain dead j
are non-conductors fur instance whena
information. Our agent, alter the vs. > In Attachment. in tbe office. We are obliged to adopt this
pillow was placed between her person and I rule ,
fullest of observation! has John flams. jTHE ,asour postage ha become a heavy tax
opportunity returned -
the door in which she stood, no noise or : defendant, and all interested, will upon us. ,
and communicates
this morn ng, effect whatever was discoverable. So when notice, that the above suit has OrThe next volume of the Amaranth'
flowing facts which we give without embellishment she gets upon a feather bef f; and again if | been commenced by attachment the Superior will be issued weekly, $4 per annum, of the
,as he relates them. she lays at length on the floor, the thumping ( Court fnr the :southern District of size and style of the New.Vork Mirroraad
On Monday night of last week the familyof appears to be near her head, which is very j Florida, and they are required to appear I those of subscribers who wish to have *
Mr. Joseph Barron, living in the town much affected at tho moment of the report, and plead to the declaration at the next I the paper, will please notify us before tbV
term of said court. A. GORDON expiration of the volume A
ship of Woodbridge,about three miles from semi-moothlT' \
Rahvyay in this county, were alarmed after s. much so that she screams; on one such [oct.,15 13m] Atty.for Pl'ff. edition will also be continued as usual,at'
occasion she said it appeared as if someone $1,50.
they had retired, by a loud thumping against ?
was knocking her brains out. Wheeler J OtT Our exchange list baa increased to
tb!\ house Mr. B's first impression was I The noise of the reports may be heard. vs. > la Attachment. such an extent, that we are obliged to erase I f
that to break in but John ,
some one way trying Harris.
) valuable
at least 100 yards from the house. many papers from our list, and
further observation soon undeceived him. ft!HE defendant,and all interested, will much against our inclination ; however, to
The thumping, however, continued at short Ji. take notice, that the above suit has those who have, and still continue to pub-', 4
intervals,until the family became so alarmed Extract from the law respecting Soldiers. been commenced bj attachment in tbe Superior lisb our prospectus we shall feel in duty*
that Mr. B.called of his Court for the Southern District of bound, to extend towards them the
in some neigh "Be it enacted,&c. That no person within Florida, and band'off
they are required to fellowship.Nor.
bors, who remained: up with the family until this Territory shall sell any drink or in. and plead to the declaration at the appear next lit 1834. ,

after day-light, when the thumpingceased. toxicating liquors to any soldier. in the service term of said. court.-- "- A. GO DON.. -.' ,
of the United States, without permission (oct. 15 13m] Atty. for PI'tr.NOTICE WC are authorized to announce:? ('olonel'JAMES
The next evening, after nightfall, the in writing from his commanding officer is hereby given that in six GADSDEN'as.a candidate -
noise recommenced, when it was ascertained under penalty of not less than five,nor (rom the date hereof, I shall to represent the Territory of Floridaia '
to be mysteriously connected with the dollar be the 24th Congress of the United States.
more than twenty-five to paid make application to the Honorable W m. R.
movements of a servant girl in the family- for the use of the Territory. Hackley Judge of the court for the county s
a white girl about 14 years of age. While "Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. That of Monroe, and Territory of Florida, for jirE are authorized to announce Colonel.
passing a window on the stairs, for example, if or persons within this Territory letters of administration on the estate of J tSEPII M. \VIIITEas a candid.
a sudden jar accompanied with an explosive any shall person barter exchange Alexander Hamilton Day,late of Key Westin ate to represent the Territory of Florida i..
purchase, in the 24th
the county and Territory aforesaid. Congress of the United States.
sound broke of glass the tho
a gi.l at
pane ; for any arms,ammunition or clothing in the HENRY K. NEWCOMB.
same moment being seized with a violent possession of any soldier in the service of Key WestNov.24,1tt34. [o76w.JIn
This of much alarmed arc authorizeo to announce Major
course very W5
spasm.( the United States, snch person or personsso
her sind the physician (Dr. Drake) was offending, shall forfeit and pay the sum the Superior Court of the Southern JudicIal t. WILLIAM the WYATT Territory of a Florida candidate ,. J

sent tor, came,and bled her. Tbe'bleeduJg, of twenty dollars : and the several penalties District of Florida. in the 24th represent Congress of the United Statei,

however, produced no apparent effect; the imposed by this act, shall be, and the Richard Roberts, \
noise still continued as before, at Intervals, same are hereby declared to be recoverable vs. fHI WE are authorized to announce Colonel
Bales of Cotton pick. f la WILLIAM B. NUTTALL as'a
wherever the girl went, each sound producing action of debt bill information Admiralty.
by plaint or on ed up at sea.A candidate to represent the Territory of
more or less of a spasm,and the physician before any judge or justice in the I,I, persons interested in the above case Florida in the Z4tb Congress of the United

w th the family remained: up again; Territory, having jurisdiction of the same, are hereby notified,that all.the residueof : 8f tes. ..
during the night. At day-light the tuutnp- one half to the use of the informer, and the money for which the above Cotton f -

ing ceased; again. On the third evening tbo the other half,or when there is! no informer, was sold by the Marshal of this District. JOHN GEORGE ZIRIAX, .
same ming was repeated, convnenciug a the whole penalty for the use of the Terri after the payment of the salvage and expenses
little earliec than before, and so every eve. tory.-Passe*11832." in said cause,has been paid into the Registry INFORMS tbe public that be has opened
of the Court where will remainfor ESTABLISHMENT in
since each until ,
ning rnor
,continuing night MAJ.
DADE, U.S.Army. nine months,unless sooner claimed by this city where the business is carried on la
.. ning, and commencing a little earlier than Key West. tbe person or person entitled to the same, all its various branches. Bread, Cakes or'
before, until yesterday, when the thumping or his or their legally authorized agent. every description, Navy and Pilot Bread*
began about 12 o'clock at noon. 'ILI V. SHELL, ATTORNEY A. If. DAY, C'ilr. &c. &c. are kept constantly on hand,nab
The cij umstncesWtre soon generally H AND COU.VmLOR AT LAW. By II. K. NEWfOMBD.C by tbe subscriber _

spread through the neighborhood, and have ApalatJiicolat Florida [ollmOm) Key West Nor. 15, [5tfJI"


-. .
besides! the social circle, its unobtrusive lessons -1r6 advantages or siica a pubiicati0a
.1 how )
___ don't know
-'- 'I all ranks of society need not be ,
have trust often had a salutary, influence insisted
w we ?
on Southern Literary M-ssenger. not preach .to me; example on the juvenile mind and heart. It cm, since they must suggest: them chu),'

'rt :AMPLE IS BETTER THAN PRE precept." Therefore-for the has also found its way to the school room ; every reflecting mind. Under the Ir'L'

; CEPT. seemed to her conclusive as and many classes of pupils have been cheer cnce of the diffusion of sound medical: kl1o*,

T Jeremy Bentham's BookI. thercfore she went on,with and ed twice a month by the welcome voice of ledge among all classes, empiricism must ',e j .,

ga of never read ing voracity, through all the spawn the teacher bidding them to lay aside, for a disarmed of the dangerous weapons *. ,

.I. By the politeness\ Fallacies," it is known to me onl) thro novel press: and there is not now a few days, the class book which they have which it wars so successively against the I In, '..q*

.. favored with a peru; Wmburgh; Review.: 1 am uncertain instance of the effects of novel' read over and over, perhaps twenty times, of man; the abusive employment of nitc f' '

I After cory;ther it Gibbets the above saying, or not, After with disdain threo and read the pages of Parley's !Magazine.The .- cines so baneful to health will give place t \

'1,1' ; Message. tho'ii no fallacy of them all better deserves rejecting and I demand for the work, to be used in the rational administration of remedi 1 .';,

,'I, resentauves i and g |hung up for the admonition Of man. every way her equals, ( in schools, is rapidly increasing. I agents, and the scientific and experience< ;'I'

,:,1;' ous condition of ootj). There\ is none more mischievous in her superiors,) because they were so Encouraged by such unexampled success, I physician will boo aided in his efforts to aI.! : '
her favorite noveJ heroes-did not leviate the of l '
the publishers have resolved to render it sufferings humanity. ff0ji'ing
and peacei filled Of the largest whole. ,
our happy ,pack their knees or in blank verse-and still more worthy of so liberal a patronage; that can add to the utility of the wof,

i //i most all the world;th' is tat. shocking vulgar names-she, at and not to remit their exertions till tbeQ e shall be neglected. The principles of de*
;\ on Bxanpk better thin precept, is the families and scho and regimen shall be explained
following remarks twenty, married a coxcomb, formed it introduced into *, and rhea;
),:I\\ 'rant plea, the invariable| subterfuge of lifter the model which her throughout whole length and breadth of application enforced. The ingredients
'\1!, with Frances who do not want to follow good coun- had dwelt.upon He was the United States. secret remedies shall be given and the who':

.. <* It becomes my "nj Be the counsel ever so sage-be the eye' so long knew In this view they have secured new aid subject materia medica shall bediscusJJand
\ that this pa flippant, and specious ; a The late editor explained in a lucid and
form you sty and expediency: of following: it in the editorial department. simple style

1 ing picture of our.iog() manifest-if, perchance it do not Moore's Melodies by rote; could of the Juvenile Rambler, who in addi- ():::: r-A premium of $100 will be awardtl

i ; not include those wlfbJ to a T with the adviser's own prac course of the heart and its tion to his qualifications as a writer for the to the writer of the best essay (not execs'.
that he really possessed the one, and had has the of ex- ing 20 octavo) on tic
possible, young, advantage many years pages advantages
( It is not 1e is twitted, with this sapient apothem, I h
\ could be 'nofflic ally felt the other; and most perience as a teacher, will henceforth assist the community of the general diffusion
i advised wends' hIs oft of
people party way alt his Edwin Mortimer in conducting it. medical knowledge The
name was
a just essays are to b
conciliating natmnr.i i Mt3. completely, self.satlsfied as if bewith aid. The result may be imagined. We propose to present in the progress of directed, post paid, to the editor, in all of "
another ,
l monstrated it to be the way Of wis. society of such a being co-ild, such volume, a great variety of interesting June next.

United States' wit j )y an argument clearly pertinent, and please. Their conversation was a important topics, among which are the following The award of the premium will' derr. .
,: friend. his dispow j unanswerable. Yet how is : ;
;matically upon the decision-of several eminent ..
the most ate 'J of frivolity and angry disputes. I. Natural of beasts birds fish- to: v
t on g Vgument more to the purpose-how is History, icians. '
associated/ definite principles economy or of es, reptiles insects, plants, flowers, trees,
L lections / rational-than if he should refuse
) Editors
( : and
j I, : postmasters other
a* he wasted his fortune and wrecked his the human frame, &c. -r\
; independence ; !\e road pointed out by a sign-board respectfully invited to act
as agents
that over the bottle and at cards- II. Biography ; especially for the young. l\n1
1 conviction wMlao board did before who remits ten dollars
01 uu" the| not run along Ihotianat..._ __. rpcmirro.______ _nf. :_tvf_._>aka__, _n:.__ III. Geography ; accounts of places,man copies person forwarded him. will have ter
true policy ? j not correctly oW to others Persons remittitr
understanding. She is now a widow, ners, customs &c. '
+ States could notway which one dollar will have eight numbers
1 regret!; it j3 not convenient or agree- ly endowed, at the age of IV. Travels and Voyages ; in various AU distant communications to be aadres sent.-
deepest eje for to travel ed r
me myaeijtion of the world.V. .
ti of the me1 Her[ mind, too much engrossed by parts to the editor No. 6 Cortlandt' street
book with instances I have
I could fill j .
a of the curiositiesof
Lively descriptions
ling pursuit to have: learned, even York, (and must be post paid.) Yearly .
two countr'e9"known, of people who have deluded them. nature and art ; in each of the United scribers. to set
school of commence I1 1.V .
tl adversity is u.
sure, be gre elyeg to their own hurt by relying upon this impressive States, and in other countries.VI. The editor has
blank all useful { im great pleasure beinc
to knowledge
turn, out to btune! proverb. ; Lessons on objects that daily sur- able to announce the approbation of ,

attributing su For years I have been a little given to paramount there,over every other round children in the parlor, nursery, gar eminent medical gentlemen to the rr.anr
commission prolific of innumerable fooleries ; den&c Accounts of trades and employ- this publication. plan o:
rinking; not to excess 'tis tnie -but more
th')'h do no work beyond crimping a ruff ments.
fore 3heftian
is for A
to assure you good me. sprightly younker, ing a frill; and her nerves, shattered VII. Particular duties of the young ; to 9 (T IIITLAW'S PATENT VEGETABLE
whose thirst appeared likely become inor- -
late hours and sentimental emotion parents, teachers, brotherssisters, &c. vy MEDICATED
government dinate, being counselled by me to abstain VIII. Bible lessons and stories. BATHS.The
spirit o co titious scenes, threaten a subscriber respectfully informs -
.S altogether from strong waters, as the only IX. Narratives such as are well authenticated the citizens of
lect and ; Key West,that he has
makeitinvcralion a premature grave. I ,
sure resource of those afflicted with that original tales. with considerable established' ,
i eh To this impertinent adage, about expense ho
1 bothverance propensity-told me "example is better and it that J X. Parables, fables, and proverbs, where above named Baths in a retired part of tie
is chiefly
l may than precept," and refused to heed the one precept, owing the morals is obvious and excellent.XI. city on Whitehead street, where he hopes

because he could not have the other also. this moment a bachelor aged fifty. to obtain a liberal share of public patron
Poetry ; adapted to the youthful ca
ir it the instances
,' ; meet He has since died a sot. The last three to parry repeated pacity and feelings. age. Convalescents and strangers res9rting-
\ r, cdchvufi by a friendly senior bachelor, to be the South for their
i \ XII. health will find
I years of his existence were, to his wife, Intelligence ; embracing accounts great
I ,:t 1 years of shame, terror and misery from a doing,' in the journey towards of Juvenile books, societies, andremarka relief from the use of this celebrated Cath

i 1&&il proy'which widowhood the poorhouse were ny. As the proverb commonly s } ble occurrences. The undersigned is also furnished with the

;t con a welcome refuge. His children him, it appeared to me at last, as it Many of these subjects will be illustrated necessary vegetable prepirations in use r:
were the baths. Tie effects
'I' a most people, a satisfactory answer and of the Vapour Ba:}:
schooled and maintained by the parish. ; by numerous beautiful engravings, pre are:-
t r the lullaby, with which I hushed pared by the best artists,and selected with
My appetite is better than ordinary. It is, 1st. To equalize the circulation of Ufc
:"1 j in truth, too much indulged, and not a few pose every transient qualm that his a view not only to adorn the work, but to blood, and hence to remove coldness of the

f ,I, : headaches and nightmares have been the tulations excited. My friend at I raise improve the the affections taste, cultivate of the mind, and hands and feet, and to lessen the df termination .

I- reasonable time, took me at my the youth to appro or flow of the blood to the head. 2d
consequence. Venturing once,on the score priate and worthy object We would
; \ of woeful admonish added example precept ; he make To promote sweat and re-establish insensi
!i my experience to a them better children better brothers,
.\ well and happily. But one ble perspiration, and to tallest
friend whom I better listen better thereby
I_ young saw entering the pupils, better associates
,, \ 't! habit in which I was confirmed,be confuted ether, real or imaginary,had by I and, in the end, better citizens. diminish symptom of internal inflammation. 3d. '0

y ; ; ti I? 'j} me with the accustomed logical reply- confirmed me in my inactivity. We beg the fiiendj of education, especially stance has nervous it failed irritability to cure the; and doloreux.be in no4.-

t: u &c. Seven occupied my time: chimerical parents and teachers, to view t 4th.
: example afterwards I'o
1 ; ,I. years female excellence in of euteud'I matter in this light. Let children look promote cutaneous eruption, aoij
,t spite
him my up diseases
t saw tottering to grave's brink with on the remote of the skin. 5th. To vet
reason, haunted me from the pictures, not as pictures merely ;
the effects
-, move of
'' \ an incurable dyspepsia, the fruit of glutton tat let them be taught to study them. What Mercury and lead frog
\ i: mance, and made me hard to be the system 6th To
' } 's usual at endance, indolence. ..caIf be more rich valuable materials. for intractive promote absorption o.j:
\ ; \; IVhcn a buy I was a famous climber even.by merits wbicbj.was pbliged << lessons than dropsical effusions. 7th. To relieve d'SiCllltV > -
I .' //1' fess were :.I a good engraving Of brfiJithSner_ onrl li,,n/... ." n.n --.t
: Perched in superior to my own Alter urn bnef of -- -- -.b uuv> .lv.j\i; tu viui- asiiimas -
a cherry tree one day, I saw a explanation our principles
and other
, diseases
of the chest and
by being long in view yet long and
lad we ask the
clumsier than I was, going far out purposes co-operation
';. branch. I upon came at length to appear clothed in of/all/ vho receive this circular. Will lungs. 8th. To strengthen the stomach,
; a slender cautioned him that it you and
impart a tone to the
; break.u Did'nt 1 rassment and terror: a failure, aVby your influence in :this great work, and digestive organs,
would see it cure
on just dyspepsia with its
you tbe formation of mind and I consequent dis
l for
vanity whispered,)purely the character the
cow r' said he: "and there! you are now rising orders 9th. To promote the healiogiof
\\1' i further out on a smaller limb! Example-.is ness produced by embarrassment and your generations in Will you assist us all in scrofulous and chronic ulcers. 10th. "'0
power, our endeavors to introduce
crushed matrimonial
\ letter"-but before he could end the saying, finally_ !. all I. f ; tO American. school- ---_ _no "r narlnm._..._.-, _end.._ <_i..........!../l........., remove gouty and rheumatic pain and
\ his bough snapped, and he fell twenty feet, ana, as u is now: absurd to Aope lor the stories and lessons of Parley's Magazine! swellings from the joints, and cure Lumbago :

match, (a genuine novel-reader Sciatica, &c.11th.The .
breaking a leg and dislocating a shoulder single number, of the new volume
I { bj'thefalL + no oilier,) I am e'en trying to'resign will have a strong pipes cover, abundantly Quincy-the bath has never
; ': ', lAnother.ime. as I and a smaller boy were, ,to the doom of perpetual celibacy u,sufficient to preserve the work in good order failed to relieve it. 12th- The Croup. K

:;; 4 hunting he walked creek ] "Twere needless to multiply i for' binding and for use in schools. may be regarded as a specific. 13th. The
\ ovet a upOn '
a log .
P yearly P.nffCo"ghGivesgreat relief.
i These suffice to show not only bow subscription being ono dollar
which he ,
If saw was just able to bear his The
own friends No
our will instate
the of death has
,J" 4' in reasoning but how hurtful often perceive impracticability e ta:
I ': weight,through rottenness.You had bet? of keeping open so thousand kenplacewhenthebath has been employed
: I ,: (' ter said ttce it is, to consider advice as at '!counts. many ac- 15th. To
not venture, he to me, 'fjat laid, It is therefore indispensable that prevent and cure discharges cf

I had always heard, example vat better lest good for not being enforced t we should require payment always in ad- blood from the lungs, and other intern
e',t : I; than precept, and following him, was soused giver's example. That' proverb vance. organs. 16th. To cure acute and chronS

> ., 1.1' by the breaking of tbe log, in six feet as much harm in the world as the Two numbers more will.close the first inflammations, the bath when judiciously

I 1 t\ I water Being a good swimmer I I of the Pope's infallibility,or of the year,and we now give notice that all who medicated is a certain specific 17th. Tl'
3 escaped right of kings the desire to continue the Magazine, cure Gout in all its forms,in a shorter -
with a:uuckiug, (it was near Christmas ; or as silly saying may signi of period
,) fy their intentions time than
a cold and starve by a seasonable advance any agent hitherto used-
t 't jnd with wetting my gut lock, priming afever" or, as ( for the second"}ear.. 18th. The bath has never failed to cure the
: and all so that it cost full perversion) unfortunate one"rod If of Cholera Morbus.
; me a hour to any the subscribers should not 19th. Intermittent, (or
I i {, refit for sport. and spoil the child. : ceive all their numbers, they can re-I agues) typhus, and continued fevers ; As
. Yet after all] the maxim I have the bath relieves and
: post master to necR-
. It is not however either notify us of such as are cures without the
.r immediate or bodily harm that ,incur posing is not untrue. Example missing, and they shall be sent again free of sity of blood letting. 20th. Insanity. la
we by than no has
r precept: DOES more charge. case Mr. Whitlaw failed in restoring

r Ine\nsofthisJack-o'lantem faith\1\ it proverb. Our the right way. But it is : Ten copies free of postage. to a sane state,patients put under his treat"ment

: I 14 instant is not sufficient to lead us into 11. cAierofU, by being misapplied. (0:: rTo accommodate sociationsschools ; and the proprietor of this establishment -

; $ I the and obvious danger; it u in general of being regarded merely as a individuals, for the distribution,we will aie authorized by him to say, that all
opiate with which we lull ourselves deliver at office in cases of insanity can be cured by his system
; adviser,it is absurdly taken the any post the United ,
by when
pnly the is
States no malformation.
we are warned free of ten 21st. Hy
t against postage, copies to one ;
as a justification to himself in
... is of the moral kind, or likely to occur at a address for ten dollars remitted to us with drophobia. This dreadful malady, which
(; :.. remote period. error. In most cases it is not even out cost. LILLY, WAIT & CO. up to the present time has defied the skill of

In rebuke the adviser; because ten Boston, Feb. 15. the medical practice, has been successfully

my youth,I read novels to a pernicious there is some dissimilarity of treated by Mr. Whitlaw, and also in a num-

4 ,excess. They enfeebled my memory; un. of circumstances, which makes it ber of cases by the ph/sicians and surgeonswho

: fixed my power of attention and my habits pedient or proper for him to do | CHEAP,VALVABLE.AM)INTERESTING WORK have adopted his system. 22d. PaUy.

.4 .. of thought ; blunted my zest for history ; nevertheless properly recommends j The Family P1llicianand Gazette of flu It gradually relieves. 23d. It has provedan

; dimmed my perception of reasoning; gave : other. While I show man Life. effectual cure for cancer (in its incipient
t your stages)
t \ me the most illusory ideas of human life shew it with perfect Being a Library of Health and ervefcj pilas.scurvyPainten' cholicr
correctness Hygenie spinal affections
j and character palpitation of the heart,
\ and
{ and filled my brain with duty or pleasure may call me of Popular and General Medical inflammation of the fits stiff neckneUle .
fantastic eyes ,
i'ii' visions A passion for learning;, or bid me remain where I Knowledge, rendered familiar to every rash, jaundice
::,, mod tho am. individual ulceraticn of tbe
s 1 "l' timely counselsof sensible friend, adage is never an apology for the I with: embracing-every the subject connected throat, liver complaints,scald head, and St.

t' ,,h aubftoquently won me so far from this ca. party's neglect of advice: and and cure of diseases prevention, treatment, Vitus' Dance.f 'J
ww of -the *
{ dissipation, that I surmountedin: he attempts to use it as such his medicines-their qualities o The bath will be open from9o' oc1
h *>twj good and ill effects A.
its evil effects and on P.M.
\:: acquired a abstractedly true, is health-the ingredients of
moderate solid stock of knowledge: but to I ing to the purpose., ant medicines-the true secret or pat EDWARD GLOVER.
: principles .
f. of .
dying eat ..
py day I shall feel its cloying, w -1 ing and drinking, eating and
hinging drinking
i t- debilitating influence to live-domestic
upon mt' cookery- JOHN
mental' ,PARLEY'S and chemistry ZIRIAX-
constitution a
have ; till,even latterly! and great variety of curious, valuable,

best continued novels to tndulrm myself wIth -the',, Circular to Parents,Teachers, importance interesting knowledge,of the highest INFORMS the public that he has opened I

as they appeared, My weak. mitten, and all who feel an interest II from to all, and hitherto hidden ESTABLISHMENT to I
Des! U1 thiS "' the mass of mankind. this
improementot city where
:Spect unluckily < n youth the business is card on if I

to,a young girl,who seemed to 2rireadjnff is not quite a yeanince I Contributed to by a number of practising .ll its various branches. Bread Cakes of |
in my footsteps and IT I Physicians every
; whom I WM commenced description, Navy and Pilot Bread
i warned of the earnestly ,during The object of this &e. kc. are kept
besetting that penod the number of subscribers work is to present every -, constantly: on
f' "Now, cousin L., how can you talk acsS.cn creased to S0,000, and the work has subject connected with diseases and its by the subscriber.

I have seen you devouring the Andqua e4, every where, the most treatment which, by its simplicity and per Key West, Nov. 15, [5tf]

II( and GuyMaenagtotPatronagein1 probation. It has found its war spicuity wish, to be of its details, shall enable all who HAMJ VfgSELL, AT1TOKM"; ;*
ands of families thoroughly informed
h. and while it has in this most COUNSELLOR&T 1 A\V
interesting and important of sciences <
Apalachicola, Florida.

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