Key West enquirer
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Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1835
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: UF00049046:00018

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iJ.1 II E ENQUIRER As we design making the Mercury vehicle .; :!t
: I iJEE iof general information to all :iclastes of th-i
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Published every Saturday, at FIVE DOLLARS community, a a shall at air times:endeavor ,;
per annum. to present; to our patrons, regardless of lv ,I
ADVERTisEMENTS inserted at the rate of barF,expense, the latest Commercial.and t'Political

One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, for E .. Intelligence, both Foreign and I .
the first insertion, and Seventv-Five Cents .QVI. Domestic i I'with as great a variety of Lit. .
for each subsequent continuance. All Advertisements erary and Miscellaneous matter,as our lira* \ :;
will be continued until other. .- its will permit. Our columns will remain .
wise ordered. None will be consideredless Il!! .A I open to the temperate discussion of any 'f',

than a square. J. ATKINSON, 'EDITOR & PUBLISHER., subject connected with the public good,ex ." ,
No subscription .will be discontinued I eluding In all scurrillitv and personal; seen. ;

unless arrears at are the paid.option of. the Editor, until all VOT i. KEY WEST, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ,, 1835. ,:NO. 17. dily fine rendering,whatever beneficial will be productive the:Varied natural j"

All letters to the Editor on business, advantage Of our State, elevating the commercial !
must be Post Paid. and conducting a ship or vessel in or out, casting typo'by hand, long a desideratum by character of oar city, or tncliora 'I f
,J .. .-' -. over any part of the Florida Reef Second the European and American Founders,was, ting the moral, social cad political condi \
I ,y6f the oCMarinere generally, ly.from any part of the said Reef to the portof / by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure I tJon of our people,will meet with 0:11'. ard.D1 .
we bare procured from the Collector tho Key West,or to Indian Kc,. or thirdly of time and money, on the part of our and bumble support '
following schedule of the situation of the through either of the channels leading into senior_ partner, first lc e..fu1l1.aCoop1pl sb. CONDITIONS. '" ,
Light Houses along the Florida shore, the port or harbor of Key West aforesaid, I ed. Extensive use of the machine cast let. '
under his superintencc. to wit. for every foot of water which such ter, has. fully tested and established its superiority The Savannah Mercury will bo fHMna{! f'
CAPE FLORIDA LIGIIT.StationarySituated ship or vessel may draw,the sum of two dol in every particular, over that cast daily throughout the year, on a super royal! I,
on the South side of Key Biscayne lars, and for every day for which such pilot by the old process. sheet, at Seven Dollars per annum*tiayabi I
about 400 yards from the beach. may be detained or employed on board Inch The Letter Foundry business will,here semi-annually adrance.k '

The Light may be considered 70 feet above ship or vessel, the further sum of twodol. after be carried on by the patties before The'MercuryforthecomtryWillb.pubk) Ji ,t' ,
the level of the sea, distant from the gulf lars. named under the firm of White,Hagar 4tco. to meet the arrangement of the mails, 1 ;1
stream about miles. Vessels drawing 10 Their specimen exhibits a complete series three times a week at the office of the Savannah 'I '
fcet may approach within 2 1-2 miles of the Sec. 7. Beit further enacted That eu'ryvossel froni Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book Mercury and will bo sent to .U ;., 1
light Lat. 25 47 N-Long. 80 42 W. bound either to Indian Key or to Key I. and News type being in the most modem parts of the Union,delivered it the City, t)
LIGHT SHIP FLORIDA situated West except a licensed wrecking vessel, light and style. I' at Four Loan |tier annum, payable in ad '
on Carysford's Reef near the site of the and refuring to receive a pilot oo board, !, White, Hagar & Co. are agents& for the vance, or 'Five at the expiration of six ',. t',
old one, in Lat. 25 08 N.Long. 80 27 W. shall, spoken by said pilot six miles respectively sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press months. It will contain all the intelligence ],", :I
It is easily distinguished, as two distinct from Indian Key aforesaid, or es, which they can furnish to their custom. Commercial, Political, Literary and Mi fi'1cellanenus .
lights are shown, which can generally bo from the said Light House on the Island of ers at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, including advertisement. *I, pub* ,\,
seen at the distance of 12 miles. Its ob- Key West be neverthelessand it hereby Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every lishcd in the dajly! paper.Advertisements .ti'
vessels from the made subject to pay full rates pilotage as article used in will be
ject is to warn dangerousrocks the Printing Business, kept conspicuously '
shoals which it is though such pilot had been taken on board, for sale and furnished sorted in both 75
and near placed. on the shortest no papers,at cenUper;,quar* .j'
KEY WEST LIGIIT-Stand. on the but if not spoken more than three mie! re* tice. Old type taken in exchange for new of fourteen lines, for the first insertion and '

S. West Point of the'Island of Key West, spcctively from the abovementioned places, at 9 cents per pound. thirty-seven and a half cents., for-each sue-.: J
is in .Lat. 24 331.2 N.-Long.81 62 ).2 then and incase of such refusal as aforesaid N. B. Newspaper Proprietors who give ceedmg'publication.All .1 .1'
W. } erected for the purpose of guiding vessels she shall be liable to pay half pilotage,and the above three insertions, will be entitledto communications by mail must bit .
the harbor the directions no more. Five Dollars in post paid. '
l when entering ; such articles at they may '
See. 8. Be it further enacted, That no select from .
follows the
for which are as t Bring our specimen.New .1
I'...1.< to bear TV... -N... W..'. -and.-- thn Sand Key fees shall be demandable for piloting and York, 1833. CHEAP, VALUABtEAin>IMTKBE8TlNO. WORK i\ .'
.ii.- bear W. S. W. and cross the conducting any vesselif the same be spoken '
Reef Light in about 5 fathoms water you; run tor Key at aless distance than three miles from the PROPOSALS The Family Physician and Gazette of Human j( ,

WcsJ Light until within two miles then light house aforesaid, or from Indian Key, l/ I '
steer N. W. until you open Flceming's Key provided,that this secticn shall not bo held FOR PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST, Being a Library of Health and Ilygenlif,' ,
-which is a Mangrove Island in the north to extend to any vessel going or .coming A NEWSPAPERTo and of Popular and. General Medita .
orn part of the harbor and then run for .it. through the northwest passage' of the bar. Knowledge,' rendered familiar to evert.,
The best anchorage is in the upper part df bor of Key West, when spoken at the dis- BE ,EnTltMD' THE individual i embracing every: 'subject Con
tance of two miles and a half from said light
of the House
the harbor. Height Light house. KEY WEST noted with tho prevention, treatment;
from the level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches. ENQUIRER. and cure of dkeuei-th. p
Sec 9Be it further enacted, That in qualitlei"lot ,
Light i Stationary. medicines..-their:toed and ill :effects a
SAND KEY LIGHT-Revolving once tbe event of any master of a vessel refusingto THE UNDERSIGNED, begs leave re health-the ingredients of on
secret or
in 54 seconds. It is tho best light on tho pay any pilot for his services the amount .. to offer prepositions to this medicines the true principles of patent
coast ; S. W. by S. from I'eyVest Light. offees herein before provided, such pilot enlightened public, to publish a weekly ing and drinking or eating aDd drinking eatto. ) S
Lat. 24 26. N-Long* 81 57 W., situated may, at discretion, sue out from the office newspaper under the above title. It shall to Ue-domelt*** cookerJ-cJJe I nist, I
of the clerk of said court attach. 'J ; ,
directly on tho Reef. The flight 70 feet mcnt returnable to an the said l be principally devoted Io Commercial! and a great variety 'of cl r1o .;. valuable i l'!l'
immediately ,
above the sea.TORTUGAS. telligonee-. shall be and interesting knowledge,otl1.highe.t
court,or to the Judge thereof Chambers, party controversy en ;
LIGHT-Stationary-on importance to all and hitherto .
the vessel which finely excluded. ;
aganst piloted or spoken,
one of the Dry Tortugas Islands, near the from the of
mass mankind I
western extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 Court or the said Judge in Chambers, shall The undersigned is fully aware of the
31 N.-Long. 83 10 W. summarily and without jury, proceed to examine difficulty of the task he is about to under Contributed to by a number 'of practising:
into the facts and law of the case, take, and in consideration of his want of Physicians -
AN ACT la provide for the appointment and decide to its merits but if The of this '
accordingly experience, has obtained the polite offer of object work laic present.very -
of Pilots, and to regulate the rules .of '' \
the said vessel so assisted or spoken, shall subject connected with diseases and ,lei
I Pilotage at the port of Key West,and for assistance from, friends, whose ago and '
not be within the jurisdiction of the court, treatment,which, by its simplicity and perspicuity )
other purposes. I the'said court or Judge in Chambers shall quali6cations render them competent to ; of its details,shall enable :all wi"0. l .
Sec. 1. Bolt enacted by tho Governorand : and may on the return of tho attachment the task" For his own part, he pledges :wish, to be tboroafghlllDtorm.d in thfo moan 'il
Legislative Council of the Territory of ."I'ftW!....Jr lib nnoucrj...-rA.-=.'.nd decide that, so mr .s Tin Health and ''interesting and important sciences. '
Florida That from and afterjhepassage of accordingly. strength will permit the public may rely -. The.ad'rpt-ra of flucn. publication to" \, u
this act,the Governor of the said Territory Passed Feb. 15,1834. upon tho utmost regularity in the publication !
be and he IS hereby authorised, by and with : JOHN WARREN, of the :siron j
the advice and consent of said Council dur- paper.: ,
Pres. Legislative( Council. Great pains' will be taken to obtain the every reflecting mind. Under the influence
ingitsannualsessionstoappointsuchnum.her Approved Feb. 15,1034. of the diffusion of sound medical know. \ I
of Pilots for the port and harbor of Key earliest and most correct 'intelligence of ledge among all classes,empiricism must be i IJf
West and the adjacent coast in northeast L1 TYPE FOUNDRY.' Wrecks and Wrecked Properly, and also disarmed o( the dangerous weapons with 'I
erly direction from said city, and the extreme -A VINO Purchased of Mr. RICHARD : reports of vessels passing near the Florida i which it wars so successively against tie life I, i I
northern limits of the County of Monroe RONALDSON his long established and Reef. I of man i the abusive'employment of"medicines ; "' 11

,as he may deem necessary, expedient, very extensive Type Foundry, the subscri- Oz GENTLEMEN friendly to the under. I so baneful to health will give place t6 ;, ":f
And advisable, provided the number appointed bers have formed co-partnership for the taking will please receive subscript'O and I the rational administration!! remedial-: \\I "
in any ono year shall not exceed purpose of continuing said business,and for forward the names to the Editor noon as agents and the scientific and,.experienced i..",.1,
twelve. tbe convenience of their friends and patrons physician will be aided in bU Ietl'oratt *JU
Sec.2. De it further enacted That such ,have removed their establishment to a possible. the sufferings of humanity. Noth
pilots so appointed, before entering on the more central part of the city. As it is their J. ATKINSON. log that can add to the utility pf the,work, }i ll.1'1.1'1IlYiate
discharge of their duties as such,shall each intention to keep on band a good assortment October'I. 1834. shall be Pealeot"Tb.. principles'of d.{t !h
become bound in an obligation with one or of tbe best type, and to make such additionsand .. and regimen shall be explained,:and IheiV; I
more good and sufficient securities, to be improvements as the taste of the trade PROSPECTUSor application'enforced; The'ingredients of, ,"
approved of by tho board of wardens, era and the wants of the country require they secret remedies shall be given and the whole- ,,I
majority of them,for the port and barbor aforesaid .. flatter themselves that this establishment TUB subject materia medica shall be discitssed j J
in the sum of one thousand dollars will merit a large share of patronage.: Tbey SAVANNAH MERCURY. and explained in a lucid-and simple it*It. r
conditioned for the faithful, diligent and have now' several fonts on hand, which can A DAILY MORIffKO' rAHJt, O(&* premium of $IQQ will be awarded, ,j l iJ
able performance of their duticswhich bond be furnished at a few hours notice, and are the wnterof the belt essay (iI.o..exceed* .
when executed shall immediately be placed prepared to make fonts ol all weights and Devoted itics to Literature-*and Agriculture-Pol.General lug' SO pages octavo) on the advantages: to ;
on file in the office'of the Clerk of the Supe. sues, from Pearl to 22! line Pica including -. Intelligence- the community of the general dfEuliolfol" ',1; ,

rior Court of said County,at the proper cost a great variety of Ornamental Letter.- To be edited and in the medical kDo"ledrc.ns..essays are to bar 1
of sucb pilot. Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes Brass published city of directed, post paid to the editor; la ail of' i
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That in Rule, and other ornaments will be found to Savannah, Oeo. June nexu !
any event of the unfaithfulness, insobriety be very extensive of which specimens will BY WM. BALDWIN HARRISON. ', i
criminal negligence of any pilot, he shall be forwarded to Printers as soon as they I N presenting to the public the prospectus The award of the premium will d'epep". I : ;
I upon the petition of any twenty respectable can be'prepared. of the Savannah Mercury, a just regard Upon the decision of sevcial eminent phys, 'y., f'Icfaot.
citizens of said city,or of a majority of the Printing Presses of every description, for the feeling of,those re expect to Jf17EdU
said board of wardens to appointed to the Printing Ink of tbe most approved qualities, serve,as well as a compliance which time "" postmaster ani others." .Nt' \:
Governor to that eflect.be removed from 0 Composing Sticks Brass Galleys, Imposing has sanctioned,renders it necessary to dyo ajct/uly invited to act a* epfitl. .\Any' I\ :i .I
ficeand may besides bo proceeded againstby Stones, Cases, ,Paper and Press Boards, a beef synopsis oC the principles which Lal'Yem penpn whq remits ten dollars win bate too ; i
indictment, as in ordinary cases of misdemeanor Standing Presses, Furniture together with us In our editorial cfotln-W. are copies forwarded bio., Ptfrsbttt;. remitting* l'I"
,and on conviction, fined in & sum a complete assortment of all articles used impressed with the belief, that in a govern one dollar will have eight:numbers' sent.- j i
not exceeding one thousand dollars, to be in a Printing Office will be kept constantlyon meat like oun.the preservation of the Lib. All distant comrownicauooa to bsva dreu e4 '
assessed by jury, and shall moreover be hand. crties of the People mainly depends on their to the editor,No.6 Cortlandtstnet. New V .
liable to a suit on behalf of/any party aggrieved Small fonts, Suitable for Book-binders, virtue,intelligence and patriotism,and the York,(and must be post paid.), Yearly sub* !!
on the bond so as hereinbefore provided in great variety, may be had when called dissemination of sound political knowledge scriber to comoeace with No. r. : 41
to be executed by him. for. among them and being actuated by a sin -.TU"dttorLasgreat l.uur.Cab.bC !I :,
Sec. 4. Be it further enacted,That if any Olden from all parts of the Union will be cere desire advance the cause of State able to announce abe approbation of many .;
person except such as may have been appointed promptly and most carefully attended to, Rights and Constitutional Liberty,we shall eminent medical, geoUemsra to: **plan'ef ii,
as aforesaid,and have complied with and particularly in supplying SORTS for all support the doctrines of the State Rights this publication.BE f I 1
; ;
all the conditions specified in the second section fonts furnished by their predecessors, Binny Party of Georgia,asset forth la the Virgin ,1
of this act,shall charge any compensation &: Ronajdson, and Richard Ronaldson. ia and Kentucky. Resolutions oll'7' Wand "" i 'ubacrjbrwouldInformbfsMendI\ : ;

for services he may perform as pilot,he Stereotyping in all its branches,executed which ".r.OIO triumphantly maintained ,iL.L: and the public that be is prepared *a"attenmt '
shall be doomed guilty of high misdemeanor, by L. Johnson, as heretofore. by tho State of Georgia fa 1825-6, and7i ;to business :
any that mar bqgnlrugtfi
and on conviction thereof, shall be fined in JOHNSON &: SMITH.No. and thereby assist in perpetuating the ines* e.s to bit ea.la the .-A.; ,
a sum not exceeding treble the amount of 6, George St. Philadelphia 1833. liouble blessings we enjoy under our pre{> I AUCTION AND COlf MISSION tlNE; t
compensation received by him to be assessed ( :)-Publishers of Newspapers who insert eDt feint of government, ass which: are ', His office II up stun<< ...'Mr.'F.A.firowneVWartvlfease '.
\ by a jury ; provided that this act; shall this advertisement and (forward a paper guaranteed unto us,to long as each dePart- where bemay'statlms.hp
notbe held to extend to the master or mar- containing it to J. It S. will be entitled to meat of her is kept within its legitimate .found. .... .
iner of any licensed wrecking vessel, on $3, payable in settlement of their accounts spbere of action. We are Ia: favor of a lie takes this opportunity of.iu4rififJ at'
he Florida Reefon board of any such wrecking when their bills amount to not less than$10, strict construction the Constitution and thanks for past favors, aqd,, h eq e-by: ,unra.mittiog .
vessel,or on board of any vessel which J. & 3. opposed te all systems which barn for their attention to .bpiaw, to merit ? i
has been cast away, unless such vesselso object the taxing of the many for the benefit continuance of public"p '
cast away has been spoken by a regular 'p F..' WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR, of the few, domestic tnj restrictions; upon JOS.\ .'motpt041..
pilot, at least six miles from the light house ESPECTFULLY Inform the Printersof Commerce of industry -and shall fDcc. O,1'-J
on the Island of Key West. the United States, to whom they have resist 811'encroachments try the Federal I
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That al\ long been individually known as established Government on the rights of the States and I. '
suits and prosecutions provided for io this Letter Founders, that tbey have now formed th4t JUxrtie* the People. But whilst we T' 8VHC II' ...
act,shall be had in the Superior Court of a co-partnership ill said business, and tbua express our referee! c.for the principles f ems bts fries sad.-pub"a. '
the County aforesaid, or before the Judge hope from their united skill and experience, of the State Bights Party:of Georgia, bets prepared to do sJl ktoJs of JOB PRJII'
thereof in Chambers. to be able to give full satisfaction to all who we shall, support that party oo.so..long as = Title H. ...,..by atuaOaa to bnalj_p
Sec.. Be it further enacted. That the may favor them with orders. they adhere to those pViocfjJe*, 'oar motto* t4 trash.ltib.ral
following fees and rates pilotage be allowed The introduction machinery is placeof being ..emphatically PriocfeUs,not men.* ATKINt4!(; '
to each and pilot first far piloting every I the tedious .and unhealthy practice of and oar ambition to do and natiin right.. Key West, Nor. I. 1:1:

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from the. etatoofiLouisianst! by'l tho river, where it"'has worn,'a great durability,may rt)'..to,wash downtho.daintfatufls that I hal

: l-;.. ; ,' iqpt'fcT' *-r "Sahirie. 'The territory is equal in extent! ,. be ensured to this kind of pavement. It been laying ml I but nolitwas warm \nterl!
II 0 women who have to that of France-is watered by fine rivers,.: was Imp Ss blo'rrom the description givenin Yes you may )laugh I but it was clean: warm:
Alighted.Juan utherin the Mobile of this mode of water ;The others dipped their
aid a soil surpassed by no newspapers ,. fingers \,
I now fill free fjw !? : (d : richness possesses and fertility. Wheat, rye,oats, paving, to'ascertain what was the nature of into the bowls, and wiped them on time

onto Venice! ,where a arrived safety.Theyw of a* well AS cotton and tobacco, are raised in, the shell 'used, and this case was made use towels as well as they could for giaalir, ,
conducted{ through an the canals abundance. The climate is represeot of by the lecturer to illustrate the impor -it was all the fault'of that pampered nkcer

this g nd city.of ho'sea, until the gondolier great t as mti1il{, healthy( there being 'no tance of a scientific knowledge of the'classification in bringing i it<, to me,first. As soon as:

I conveyed! ,them to their own aplend'apalace JlttHo marshes and : except in the neighborhood if, shells.: It vvas'cillcd; both a I catchcd' his eye, I gin him a wink, as
of marble situated near the .,in much to lit him know
; of rivers! which occasionally vcr. clam and a muscle tko iamesentence, as that if eVer I
sublime ,
,the most sublime bridgo in that flow in tho spring of tins year; two very distinct kinds of shell)}; besides caught-him on my trail; I'would wipe him
Hero they
city 6f bridges and canals.refined and nas. The face of the country generally level that the former term, not found by the way, down with a hickory. towel."-Ky.Roarer

tied their time In the most months Iliad ,and,a great portion of it cogsists of immense many' English dictionary, is used to'represent -ono- ,
urious' njoyment, until some after prairies. The| sea coast is not less 'a half a dozen different shells in The aim of education should beta teach

worn away. It was lato one excursion evening i.1'4 a than 350 miles long, and affords, by means I different placer so that after circumlocution us rather how to think, than what to think,
'having J : been on a pleasure bed of its numerous rivers, intercourse at a I of five or six lines no distinct idea rather to improve our mind so as to cnn

j gondola, that Juan retired with to: wine., fatiguedand Ho ,number of points, with the gulf of was given 'by tbis description,-whereas Lie ui to think for ourselves,'than to load

somewhat overcome. awakened in the Scat ., Texas,according to late writers, had the writer l possessed a knowledge 'of the memory with the thoughts tf other mCIl.'')
slept soundly, but was formed' into the scientific classification: of shells two .
voice, his couch has been a seperale judicial I
near ,
dead of night l by a his name. lie awoke "district, with a native of the United States words would have'given'us a preciso idea I After'a sto n,.comes a cafw.-A gentleman .
called on
which and loudly his horror when 'at tho head of it, and an organization of of tho kind of,shell used. The lecturer i talking to friend on the subject
I in his beheld fright!"a, stern unearthly was being, bran- courts similar l .to our own. The proceedings alluded to the important part which shells of his: inartiage, "madd the fallowing ot.ser-

//J be ,in, the moonlight. 'are required to be in tho English language hold in geology, as the basis of limestone vat ion:-"I first saw my wife in a storm-
; dagger
: dishing is' formations & and he remarked that carried her: to a ball in a storm-courted
"I swore I wouldnot rest until this dagger and the right of trial by jury sc- c., Mr.
had reeked -in; thy heart's blood, and cured, Religious freedom is also enjoyed Nuttall the botanist, late of Cambridge, her in a storm-was published to her in a
; is :affected who his attention storm-married her in a storm liycrl with
t. Mw'l have come to execute my purpose bylaw. The-province not by was now turning to geology
[ I am toot. dead-'twas but a tale told to lull the Doiitical chances and'' commotions In tad observed to him, that he founda her in a storm-but,thank heaven, I buried,
fears." Mexico and-the centre of,it is'1600 miles knowledge of conchology indispensable her in, pleasant weather. *
I --
'I. thy.: Juan sprung from the couch with horror distant from the city of Mexico. It is stated to his progress in 'the former science, ==.

--for'SQ: much like, an apparition did the that at present there. not a, Mexican and that he had therefore: suspended his PROSPECTUSOP ,
:I Countess appear, that ho could not dispel soldier in it. A regular land law was enacted inquiries in geology till he should become Ti.EA1YAItANTH

t theidea.Hp' ; .' last year,.which gives additional facilities thoroughly versed m conchology, and was ,

j '! help, here-help! help' !" cried Juan for obtaining land 'for a' mere nominal collecting a cabinet to that end. A Semimonthly Journal of Literature ana

raising his voice to the highest pitch., price. A tract_of 177 acres can be obtained Mr. G. then passed to aa account of the the Arts.

: ggle not, call not, for J have for$10, the purchaser! paying the :'sur formation and structure' of shells. Here it D. Brown, 6. // Brown, Editors.

secureJthee era'J, waked the said the veyor's ,fees. _In .regard,to the society of, would be difficult to'follow him, as a description Moro_tban.two, years Lave elapsed since

Countess,*and 'now thoh6ur of my vengeance the interior of Tecasblr.J. VV. Fanning, would,not be well! made intc,1ligi.ble the commencement of the Amaranth, and

I j r; has certainly arrived. Not for all the the correspondent'of.the: Columbus Enquirer without specimens 'or plates for.illus during that period i(;has received steady

t t': splendour thou hast robbed me of nor all ,declares that'.he has never seen as good trations. In conclusion Mr.'G. disavoweda increase of patronage. .10 be in taultis ,

the wealth of Italy, would 1 relinquish I the' in any,new and frontier 'settlement in thUnited a wish Jo claim for conchology l ,any, preference the common lotofhumanity, and we make
I'\ 4uxury' :of.reaching thy heart.. 'Nowthoutremblestlaid States. It .b true many! bad men before other branches of natural history no nopietenceof cxemplionfrom tie charge;
have fled from this -and and it attention however,our intentions are to hare as few
J,not tell thee that thou justice country, to urge on of those '
r ,.hpuldst tremble at my gaze? Thou would have found a safe asylum thai'of Texas. whose minds are occupied mother. useful our errors productions as possible.shillbo., wbito we acceptable endeavor tour tl.at:

( have glutted"thine eyes on my ugonies- I The same objection may be and was raised. pursuits [or, duties; but there nro''many to readers; and approved by the community m
now I will feast on,thine." against Georgia and Alabama,in their earl ," whom such a study would hen invaluableresource general. Tho Atnarabtb takes no part !ir&

"'Juan i,bound hand,and foot, stood on his settlements, and indeed every state in tlie and prevent,them becoming too"discussien of religion: or politics,andui

knees .before,her, and.was in the. act ofimploring West." lie' concludes, by urgently recommending a burthen' to others' !and from despising adhering to this rule,we hate excluded ma

a mercy, when footsteps were"heard .. his (friends to' abandon the 4hemsclve6. Mr. G. added a few. words of-- ny'articles from its columnsThe, same regulation i

,f', oqtijo stairway( leading to l el1partm! nt.i gutties of i I No time was to be lost,and'the Countess antl'rn'tho'nccot l t by)the trustees of the ommending them to begin' with the-cheapest power and denial.poignancy The work may is sometimes receive

1 again'.hurriedly,addressed him I Texas Land,Companythis: region is calledthe shells, and those which ,are to be found a established, 'although l now at its permanently commencement
.,"'Juan,.I'lerenge the wrongs you have .paradise brute animalsand tho land .in'our own vicinity. An opposite<< course! e them were probably Uosc\vllll

heaped On me, and this blow will obliterate : of promise to man.-Phil. Sat. Eve. POIt.O was often,attended with regret" He "pro- presagcdhsduration.to be but .like Jonah's

them foretr frommy; :memory., ,.Die. proposed to renew the subject, ,of conchol' gourd. It has been ,patronised! by tbc o
\; irajtor-die like_a_-man.. bythe hand of her I NATURAL'HISTORY. A friend has ogy, in a late period,of, the, courrIe., whom we should feel proud to name,were
f you loved.,'" ,. furnished iw with the following interesting --o 1 we permitted and of phose continued kind '.7

\)' ':She struck at the moment she spokeand 'accountof Mr.Green wood's second lectureon Tha simplicity of religious feeling bone ness and attention we hare assurance.

, I' Juan fell backwards, with"a groan, on thb Conchology, on, Monday evening last: i of its most touching beauties. It'is! 'a sunny The columns'oftbemiranth' embrace

I ,If.t floor. At the same instant'Inez: rushed "Mr. Greenwood spoke of the uses of the I and child-tikehnd single-hei rtcd repose- original well known tales and essays distinguished, &c. from writers the pens, aiul cf ,

t 11 into tho( 'room,and'seeing herhusband; fall, molusca, and first as an article of food.- upon plain and realized truth"". The very :we intend hereafter, to pay for such articles ? '

!I ), snatched |hodaggcrfrom the,'hand of the They constitute.the principle of sustenanceto charm of it is, that 'ifs so ingenuous'antraiisparcnt d as shall bo acceptable; from these whose
t \. Counters,and in an Instant'plunged it into : some savage tribes, and have been prized that there ,is* no mistaking its communications will add interest. any ,

, I:: her heart The blood, gushed ;upon the in ancient wcllas modern times as-a luxury nature or its reality. Its expression i is work extant. We arc aware it will put us .

I ,. floor;and the Couniassapnngingupwards, ;.the oyster for _The English Read,recogAizc,'receive me;-there is i n to much expense,,but we :res&lycd> to dt.evertLlfiMiff > <
I fell dead thrifeet have a' .or their iashalJows in our to render the work
t'l at of Inez. .Juan finding : way planting oysters me no resemttoiTTJr %tsguise, *dcvnl_a- power
I l .It; S'i.Jrra7eed'hmmlArut.Fwndt where they are left exposed to the ebbing me,and J will make'you.{happy. worthy a hbenil."PP'P'tr and the only way
:, t/. that.hif.wound,was not mortal., ,The blade 'of,the tide; they<; In this way? .-0.<<>- il to to receive for'well the encouragement of the public
I:r .: had glanced. He recovered both his health' a green hue and a coppery taste, which isconsidered Horrors of War. Nothing is more no pretensions pay to superiority articles. We make other

!: \ and'p r perty'
'.\I. I 1 ",,.r ..*. .. MILFORD_ .BAUD.. which spoils! them for the palate of strangers. hinda victorious.army. We lodged indiscriminately to p ff'us' nto notice;nor do wo' send forth a
, ,. ... The Romans had the same pr cticc. Their among the dead and: the,dying, long-winded prospectus,to trumpet our own
:' '! :1JstrgAiter'a'Love."Sometimes' ,'I was' most'celebrated localities for oysters were whb had dragged their wounded limb, thr o;' literary consequence, and promising to cutda -

conscious pf;gathering'roughness from tho Brundusium and the Lucerne Lake.. The the mud of,the'field of battle, to die, without all 'others. No;our journal can speak for,

continual conflict with 'passibn and prejudice Romans! ia their times degeneracy, cultivated help,invtho nearest h veb.. Thousands[ unless itself ho t'dve thinks wish for no one'to'Subscribe: 'r'

i ;and th4t.the fine'edge of the'feelings shell fish with great caie.JA ,certain of enormous vultures had assembled from Nothing is admitted it deserving or" patronage.

f. co\l\c1-nbt.utterly roofag4inst i the,,coy-; species of Helix were fed on a mixture every part of,Spain,; perched on heights does not possess merit into' the which
album, !)
; (
. rosionsofsqcla'an. .atI QSpherc., Then J of meal and wine, and they thrived so well and seen-from distance against the horizon i i. and communications upon dry and poetry hackne
\ :' NgMTrayhome:; arena called my bird .'oft under this'diet that their shells were'said ,. they appeared as l large as men. Our subjects,urdesVof the very first order, are
: t song,"arid; 'listened,to the warbling of'her to have reached the capacity of three quarts. yiiers often ,marched 'towards them to re- entirely excluded., The selections aremade

: bightheager: : .tonerd votco. Th melody' Some species of,snails have' been'said"to connoitre, mistaking' them'for .ci crQi &'" from the very best:Foreign and American

i i i that$, music fell,upon my :soul), like oil upon ,have great efficacy inthe cure pf consump They never, left their, prey on our approach, Pciiodicals, with which the Editors'are reg
; the troubled billows--and tive complaints. ularly supplied, and every lhingof j Interest
t' till we ,were within a few ol'them
paces and
\ ;4 I wondered where rmypcitur"bations1ad importance will bare a place in!its collimns. -
The lecturer and then, the ,
;spoke 'of.some of.the uses i ; flapping of their: enormous In noticing new
1 fled, but still TraorcVjhat; I had :ever ind.il of the moluaca echoed far publications, we
in the arts The.Tyrian wings and wide, over our heads, have, and continue to take an I
god that, Sometimes,. .they iurmailaDd. purple was'obtained from 'a >ihellfuband like a funeral knell--FrenGi'Odiat'. dent course; we shall not be'goveroed indepen by

t l fluctaatipa pf' the-.world,;throw a: shade of it would,probably' bestifl used as,.a dye ; bribery, but make ouf remarks devoid of
'" dejecfjoa ore{ roe; then it was her pride to ,were it 'not that the improved- of fear,or the hope of faror. The'drama shall
.1 ernooth,
" .1 ; Once;:a sorrow> ,of nocommoh order had ), however,,,be one .advantageous \rithf.ne ladies **Were-, you never share of notice ; the musical! department .
I fallen me use company of lino ladies1"asVed' CheriU I so, will command'a share of attention.
upon ; .it rankled in breast made,of,this of
my source
for there ii ,
colors >a lere.a The work is
Yes! and flummock
like a, me if ever I embellished occasionally with
P. int,1 came to my house, shell fish of the same
. \ but I saannecUUita inmates. I threw which the r-sPecles' that want to be so again, for there I sat with my engravings executed in the best manner.and \
my yieldeth Tyrjan fie,viz: the pur. feet drawn music with accompaniments for tha'Piano
,, straight under knees
self down hcadup
in solitude that ,my ,
might wrestle which ia '
PUNS lapilla, most abundant on and hands laid lone, flute &c TDeterms, to city subscribers -
alineythutXfatutnd\ +qbdiHMi sea-rocks in thi my close along side of one dollar and
, \ ; alight -vicinity. When this an fifty cents, in adVanceors -
t't' footstep al ywasosa Xlieeded.it w 1' unal is rubbed upo4/:,white piece of,linenor my legs, like a nerecruit on driil, or a > dollars at tho end of six months.
A form of horse in the stocks and twist if I did' '
, the sofa, by my : woollen cloth, if will communicate. to it ; me it As our country 'subscribers will betaleeS
: sides but AreiUded.it not; The>ti hand a nosy tinge. As it is indelible it fuel as if I was about to be nicked. Tie postage on their papers, we shall exact but
x ::1.. was 1Of\l1 clasped, breathed upon -. advantageously used for might whole company stared at me as if I had one dollar if alt*ays paid in ad vane?; other
. i ; It pieasnodlto marking linen. 'A come without an invite and I wise they will be charged tie usual
ruby lilts I siibicrip-
ryas ; swear
otJgb., ,1.4ook t J ; species of shell,is used by the Chinese for tion. These
1 ml Jaughter. in, my armband my sorrow. : window glass. It' has about the thought my arms had grown a foot longer, adhered to. regulationstwitl{ be strictly
transparency for
nnw Had she essayed the of' could not get my hands in no kind of
ground glass. Ofthis
= expression of ajrmpathiv or, same: shell, .fix-first tried them on my lap, there they No subscriptions received at a distance,
' even thcuisaaT ground to powder, they make silver >
: a :
epithets of endearment, might havedesired. which hasan, advantage over that paint looked like going to prayers, or as if 1 was (except from agents,) unless accompanie.t.-.
h '.to;leave my presence _Hvl she silver leaf : composedof tied that way; then 1 slang them down by with the payment for ,one. year in advance.
I ji : in.that it does not .become An edition of the
uttered only a single word it would have discolored .by .to the' my side, and then they looked like two Bridgewater paper published at East
exposure Mass
been too much,-'so wounded was .pint atmosphere. weights in a clock l ; and then I wanted where all communica
my The shells of:the Nautilus were tiooj&c. must be addressed Il.
t within-1tao., i'But'lhe the -anciently close ray legs,and I,tried that, but l George
eeda Brown
very pot try I used for'cups, and a passage; in,Qssian, stuck my toy ,postpaid, or they will remain dead
ofrtendettte ,"bfeath1ng. not peaking,' : otherwise unintelligible,uexplained this out like pump ,handle: then in the office We are obliged to adopt tbis
melted- }doter or.m!.d' eoateat.'!_ fact ShellS'haTo.bpeQ used for coin.by Our I head stuck up through a glazed shirt collar rule,as our postage batbecomQa.heavy tax

Ever,wit ; w'Ut ta*moot exquksite Indians madglha use of them. As wind ,w like a pig in a yoke then ] wanted to spit, upon us.Q3r .

of.woriaaa'sfectiowna 'knowledge instruments, ,they were till within but the floor looked so fine-that I would as The next toluene 'of the Amaranth

boAwReatoUi sileflt,,and v&cnio speak,- years> ,used by fishermen ia a few soon' have thought of spitting on the window will be issued weekly, $d per annum, of the 1
and *o to sue, that the frosts might dis-: Stalls, bare; been used, our streets, : ; then to fix me out and out, they ask, size and style of the New-YorkMirror and
\ sol!to'(rom arouQ\ the t'stietoled, and: iiUce of advantageously ed us all to sit down to dinner! Well those of our subscriber who wish to )laic
I pavement. The streets ,things '
the '
its ducords be, tunic td ; >\.1 Mobile went qn smooth for paper, will please notify us before the
Il&nDOft1. have been recently' pared by them.; enough awhile, till we of the.volume. A
.J )t { 'J 'The had expiration semi-monthly
('. KTE -.,a.-:,.: shells ire got through one whet at it. Then the edition
brought m cart,loads from Urge 'will also be continued as usual,at
SLPubticln" J'sui> ittamti oa deposits;"m the 'vicinity of the place imp pf a nigger came to me first .with a $1,50.

have recently been directed,,to Texas, tr4; ante: simply spread upon, ,the surface xtf, they the waiter of little howl: full of somethingand ( 7-Our exchange, fist has
consequence I numerous a parcel of rowels increased to
) sit ptthI tio sr' street by the Aid oC the'shovel to the depth I hung over Ins arm 1 such alt extent, that we are obliged'to erase
holdrlk na..1IFromaU'strWatB inldpcanea b ,to OlD.t.., of c4ur,9t.AvoMhe ,'when the street is so clapt one.of them to my head and many valuable papers (.om our |Mitt aDd ,
as "
.q latQtia t alw'hiS' immediately fit for travel. They are and'drank it down with a swallow Now much>> against our .inclination; however, to
to Coegrj, It pos uliaradvtage a> cnosolidatedwtosocompact'a mass ii:soon stranger, what do you think was in ill" those who have, and still continue (0'pub

J' |turiatIt borders 00.00; be almost':impenetrable the ,to, a Punch, I suppose,or perhaps apple toddy," lish our prospectus, we ball feel in ,duty
by pickaxe.
{ .w 1i 1 render,,)and "in aepara.vt'wawT led I. ltf''hooper\ care tq repleobti! the places: ,"So ,I thought,'and so would any bodyas bound, to extend toward)them the Lid ct
... dry & and that wanted ,
i 'v .. oJ something Nor.' m.1834.tRiiiE .



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;t. W .... ,a, ,.. *L""IdIlJl b.'*..........' .,. \
'at dreadful accidents, und othe'rs who delight -.,,"! CIb '4. I tr f --.=:;;:...:%i.:...;;_-l.u.; ..:....:.... :..-.,;,.:-...:. ,) i

cc rm ft.: ( rIr. *, in horrid ,murders; smile tvti circfor: cither of the.'sald,Islands, the said vessel PARLEY'S'l\IAt1Az'INE. 1

.: nothing but the prices off Rtocks, and others shall pay such further, tonnage duty as shall I I Circular to Parents, l eachut School; Com- "'
.ItFYWESTSOUTEi( for !nothing but'the.Yriccs,of flour; ,,andcotton he equivalent to the amount of discriminating mittecs, and all who feel ab interest the

SATURDAY, FEnnUAllY'7'7,1R35. He has those who do not want duty that would bo payable for the improvement of youth 1' d f* '. .
I much editorial 1, and others who think that time being upWtbo cargo if imported into T.is not.quite a year since,Parley1" Magazine ,
U '
in lean
A '
the II bottom.
; of avana, In met
in the West Indies and port was commenced, 1
during that short ,
.Keys" ,
The' an edtufSbrli.ns ought mover to bo idle. .
? Stfc. 3. No Spanish,vessel shall be allowed period.the number of subscribers .
"Key 'V f'." These, words'are frequent.. To' meet such various demands, a daily to clear out or depart from a port of creased JQ 20,000, and the work had have receive in. 'oJ!

ly thft'subject 'of inquiry! ; and we extractthe" sheet nitist needs be patchwork, and ,np the United Stales with any goods,wares, or cd, everywhere, the most unqualified; ap. 'Iprobation.

of,themfrom tho, ono can expect to find(in itf more than a, merchandise, except upon a destination to It 'has found its way to thousands .
_(following account!, small portion precisely) suited to his palate.. some port or place in the Island of Cuba or of families, and wMlo. it'has) entered, .

new,,and, ampsing, work entitled "Letters In fact,it must resemble, as nearly as maybe Porto Rico, without giving bond with approved tho social circle,''its' 'unobtrusive 'lesson

to a Gentleman in Germany* scribed to the Dutchman's house in Lebanon. security in double the said value of the have, we trust, often'bad,.a "salutary, Influence ,
and that the
vessel or
cargo .
cargo on the mind and
juTcnilev heart It
our adopted ifconhtrymari, and late'towns county, which in order to suit the taste,of I any part thereof, shall not be landed in either has also found its way-to .the school roomy

Dr. Letter: : his wife, was painted; according to her views of the said Islands-which,bond shall and many classes of pupils havft been,cheery
man, '
of beauty a little little blue a be cancelled on producing the.certificate I
green, a cd twice a month by the welcome' volcejOf
cc The Spanish cayo, a cliff or breaker, little yellow, !and a little hogany colour. ". from tn American' Consul, that, the.said the teacher: bidding them.to. lay aside, {oral \

I has been changed by..the English mariner cargo hasbeen landed elsewhere' bona fide few' day, the class book which they have* :

into Key,of''which there are many in the Lovo .. and without\ intention to 'reship for.. a portin read ocl'and over, perhaps twenty" times? if
high "
poetry runs v .
very ,
r one of the said Islands and read the pages of VMagazine.f: :
West Indies; but one of the, strangest'corruptions As you are well aware, [Qt -tm] Tho demand for the work, to be tlt'ed'in'-

is'ouf Key West, from the Spanish It gives ah.idea-somewhat sly, schools is rapidly increasing .,t ;. I
Ilwesso That seems a little quare. OTICE.-Tbe firm of JOSEPH COTTRELL -. Encouraged by such unexampled success
Cayolfucso [ ] or ;
l' & Co. is dissolved by mutual the publisher have resolved to render it .
Bone Isle, because the form of the island The writer in his wit, consent, and all persons having any claims still more worthy of so liberal a patronage; .* .

resembles somewhat'a bone; yet Key Westis Endeavors thus to show -will please present them for payment to and not'to' remit their exertions till key see "
That things thai'd not the real grit either of. the undersigned, and all persona it introduced Into families 'and schools,
now the, official anc1)egit' tc name, Is clear as banks of snow. indebted will'please'call and settle their accounts I throughout tho whole length and breadth of i"

Hough it has no more to do with! West than on or before the'fmt of February or I tho,United States. .' I
Ho tries by alibis magic: art, will be in the hands of an
they put attorney In this view they have secured new aid .
.North S ruth"The
with FAst, or >> Alas! it is in vain, collection. JOS. COTTRF.LL: in the editorialjdepartment? The late edi rotor
abort wo hAve extracted from the To clear tho outward P. J. FONf ANE. s
away part t of the Juvenile Rambler} ,.who in addition (f
Boston Atlas* But yet ho leaves the stain. .* Key West,:Jan..17,1835.. [nI4:"..] to his qualifications a* a. writer' for the 11 i

Dr. Lieber is correct as to tho derivation Can thaEthiopian change his skin .. SALE. -The subscriber'oflers for young;'has the' ;adnntage'of many year* experience -, .!
FOR a* a'tea' her willlbencefnrth.: aa*
of the present name: of our Island, from Or the Lepard change his spot, the otber two decked!superior,. together Barges, one,with open'sails and, sist.in conducting it.; -, ' t {If t,

Cayo Hucsso,'but is wrong as to tho reason I I wish this question to come in. spars &c. For further particulars'applyto We propose present. in the-progresifof' .)
Is it fair or is it'not' ** such volume,a great.varlety' of interestin '* .
for its being so called by tho Spaniards. .. THOMAS EASTIN. ,which the fol0 .
important topics, era I
The question's plain and fair, Key West.Ja 17,1835., [n43w: ] among "'f
: lowing: t
Tradition states, that, about. 120 years ; v
To every one who reads, I.: Natun.l1Jttofhorba ta. blrds..fishes ., '
, ago,a battle'was fought here. between two Yea him that: runs may read clear $100It repti1es;'' sects, plants, flowers trees,.

rival nations of.Jndians-one of them'hav- It no assistance needs. tho human frame&c.- % .

iAg been driven from the Islands .along t .,iho. Then or-where hobo right? d: II. Biography $ especially for the young !
why can ,e war III. Geography; accounts of,places,manners J.
western shore of tho Florida Pensnla by The.logic,i is'not good '. customs&o.r .* f .. 1.parts I

their stronger and more. ,numerous neigh To think that ho can,make/ black'white, ESCAPED from prison two negroes IV. Travels and Voyage > 'in variqU. ':1.
as runaways-WILLIAM' of the world., 01
Is rude "J.
singular-yea, N.
bore,of the main la.nd. The few who 'escaped JONES is about 5 feet 5 or 6. inches high,' .V.:Livelydescriptioue: of,the cu iosi.td'or ;

from here,it is said,ventured in their :: about 20 years of age, .commonly wears nature and art ;'.in. each pf.tbe'JJnitcd,, \ y

canoes across the gulf'to the Island of TO ***** _* whiskers, speaks'quick, and has a pleasing States, and in other countries.' f !

I I had a thought,and thought of theo countenance,commonly knolnby the name VI. Lesson bn objects tha'daily, surround -
Cuba. '
I of Bill-CHI ISTOFHEU CHAMBERS children in the parlor, nursery; gaf- '.
As f beheld ,
Traces of mounds and embankments : thy figure," ia ver" stout, about 6 feet high,and about en.&0. Accounts of trades and .bmploytm
Those sweet blue eyes look'd kind on me 30 years of age, speaks slow and is of'a tncnts. > \
along the. western And southern shores of ,But still would consider. .downcast countenance," is known by the' Particular duties of,the ,young i to.1 .

the Island: seem to bear evidence :to tho I've often of thro alone ''name of Chambers, they say they' are free parents, teachers, brothersjsten, & +l

: truth of the statement relative to this bat And often'wished thought and will endeavor to pass as such- -it is supposed VIII. Bible lesson*'and stories. t, *., ,. :III it I
to thee
see they,will try toget to the Indian na. IX. Narratives ; i
tiethe result, of: whichvns' a great numf But since I am thus doomed to roam tion,as Dill has been seen at Indian,river, I ticated, originaHales.: ; sucliasarewellauthent_ .__ f ::tl f
&} ,of bones left to, bleach:: and moulder i never shall forget thee and the boat Chambers went offin has been, fables .
X. Parables ( and where f J
proverbs, .. l
found to the northward Florida, ,
away upon the surface of the earth; causing I had a thought and thought of that. .the beach-The above reward Cape'will: be'paid on ,the morals is obvious and excellent. \

the Spaniards to designate! the Island as Sweet hour when! 'first we met, for their delivery to me at Key West or (CXI. 'Poetry ; adapted to. the youthful. ,.ca-' <>

'Should we again bQ forced to,part $50 for either of them poohytaadfeelingi.Xll, t 'VI. A,' I
Bone Key. 1&fK't Intelligence i embracing accounts \,,
1 DonHUiink,. that ,riPforge ;,, A. L. BREAKER., '
; :
.Since the,commencement this'journal ,_ Sheriff M. C. of Juvenile books, locitlei. andremarkable i" I
on .
---- -- --- t
: .
r t .3Faf iii ciuT; ; ; -r 'Key West, Jan.,S3,.1835., [nlStfp. ] o eu..reiacCl.. : I }
it has been the earnest-"endeavors: of thoT ,fUathlt! Manyof tbese.ltlbJlct will jbeillustratedby : I
bllshprt'omakeit as interesting and use -- ,* :- .-"o..-art ENEi. ;, numerous and beautiful cngrafin'gs/p're-'*eared )
..PORT' foff, j BV. WOfJTT the best artist and selected w1tlr' !
by ,
: General
ful as possible. To please,;.e rr <> J-r,* \LS Auction' and Commission business.: a view not only to adorn the work, but,to .
ono of, the many: impossibilities. There ENTERED. at Key West. lie commodious WareHouse improve,the'taste, cultivatethe, mind; and,. II

has been persons who have condemned Feb. 6-SI North America, Pcccham ; ,and goods will be taken on storage raise tho affections of,the, youth to appropriate

some of the selections which I have appeared ,S1 Francisco, Burrows; SI Reli Wood-- at reasonable rates.nov.8,1834Atf.. and 'worthy :object*. We would \I
make them better children '
.- [ ] ,bettor brothers, I ,
in its columns!! ; to such, we would say award. ; : better'sisters, better pupil.; better associates '
/ -
CLEARED. ,and Jin the end 'better citizens.*
that have never professed to be infallible,
we \] 'Feb.4Sch= Phoenix, Spiccr Havana JOHN GEORGE, ZIRIAX, We beg the friend of education; 'er,p.- t
and to be ..in'error is the common lot ofJjgGianity. [sundries tit master ; 5lh-Brig.Favorite, "*"' dally parents and teachers, to .vi.w the ;

.' Wo pretend not :tp have the 'Smiths l Havana, fire. wood? ,,. to'master .f SI 1 INFORMS r the public that he has opened matter in this light." Lot childrenlook up.: jon L
!Nor Ui America Peecham SI.Francico ; ESTABLISHMENT m the'pictures: not as pictures,merely.; '.
'of prophecytoseeintofutureevents ; ,
spirit ; this city where? the,business carried on in them'be .
but let taught to study t, em.,,What ,
therefore ought not at all times, to bo censurablc Burro.ws, ,SI_Relief_.,.Woodward. all its various branches. Bread, Cakes of can be more rich valuable materials for in* :'
---- ---- -- ."" and Pilot Bread a
for illiberal construction of every description, Navy structive lesson than good engraviag J
every All having demand tic. &c.are kept constantly on, band,.fresh After this brief explanation of our pri lc(. spies
the world; if.wo had an association literary NOTICE.) the- estate persons of Alexander Hamilton by the subscriber.Key and pu>pgstcrr.we: ask the co-operation'\'

gentlemen to inspect every articlo Day, are hereby' ,required to present'' ,'V st"N9y.t6.; [Stf. ] stRUCF.S of all vho receive,this circular, Will you "
'r -
: indebtedto aid' us by your influence in this great,work, ,
that is published, things ihjght"aPPear a them without! delayand all persons '
i ,
eaidestate are requested to make immediatepayment : NEW: YORK TYPE FOUNit the r formation of mind and cbaracterfor the; :

little-oJ differentbut, where' "one-" .nan, has. tomake \ i to,, 11. K. 'NE VCOMB. > _DR.!,-Tbe subscribers -respectfully rising' Dorattcm' 'Will you'assist us allin, *

solectians' ;:,write an article set the :Key West,Jan.; 5', 1835 .f.nl68w. ] Ad'inr.! : inform the printers,that. they have recently your power, in our endeavor, to introduce:
the in ,short 'thing 'completed ariotyot new.fonts of letter American sebools'parltite'and, .fellde al:
fype* work press, every I in' the style of the latest European specimens the stories an4lellOn.of Parley's Mgzin' f ?
that is required to manufacture a newpa- tin the Superior Court of the Southern' Judicial ';well calculated for ornamental printing Every single number of theutw<< volume.i' I

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', incorrigible crime, Juan would leave Madrid in a few days
.. the Germanic i States t England-where,she I reciitudcshe becomes Italy which, was all her dark.,
r A' : I L in ,the ingenuity of soul,
man brood
far outstrips
'. ;- .<- .. "' "packet remained a short time, long enough! ?:however and of thought andpresence lag on revenge, desired. Juan
Ioit the was her her suddenness and W
Count, who plans,
I to marry an English
accordingly set out and
in after
of mind .in danger, and the! visiim
JOq MU3IOO9: drowned in a shipwreck soon after, ,in rhopasaage Valladolid, Saragossa. and Barcelona !
1f to reckless, daring, and desperate ere
8AKBH EXA17JJITE. Sp. n. the of
ffJ sed over gulfs onsand
Oil ,
,"what is !",asked Inez, with the her deeds in the moment of. execution. Genoa,and\
eSbe's beautiful therefore to be wood f ray.Age visible throughout landed at Lucca, in ]tall. After
it is extremes arc ,
.: ,She fo-,a'woman j therefore to be woa8nArsreeat.. view cc Nineteen of tcstJngtbO.uuthoC; next Al1-Soul's biefstoty.Day"'slid' nil Thus i3'tUI'CThe,,' mind that is intensely'bit. Pisa, ,Florence, and several other visiting cities,

the old man. '"Well' ,do I reazemfer the ter,is generous in tho..same-ratio, and woman they .departed for Venice, the idol of toe

.(Concluded from our ""* .] joy'wbic1i! Through the ball when, 'you the most gentle in virtue of all creatures isles. The, sun svasjust casting his last
.' But providence aiany times; avenges; the were bore r* becomes th$ most, vicious and the red rays on the silvery surface of the Aled.

iD injuries lieaped,upon ,us, aud,t urns- what You,are right," returned, Inez, "iti. most' revengeful',when silo descends to vice. iterranean,chain when of they reached a defile of

we considered injuries to Wowngs the precisely ,the same which! Isabella taught The Countess .denied ,all knowledge of that long mountains, the App_

} end" The very cafarafo'e which we sometimes me. Knowyou any thing concernanglsabolla's the crimes. with which she was charged, nines which runs through almost the whole

} deplore eventually prove tho stepping residence. Spain r' and, as it is customary in Spain to put the extent of Italy. Passing through this

f f atones to our finfune, and raise us above .C'Ay, she fixed her residence at Seville, accused to the rack, and extort -by'torturo gloomy pass J Don Juan amused! Inez b*
inflicted them us. Such in the of witnesses 'cann6t reciting the story of a bandit who had
those who upon: where she, represented you as an i indigent what, absence storv
Will lie fortunate fate of Don Juan.' htorfifeJ'at orphan whom she hatakenitl pity, and as be obtained, she was condemned to bo ped on English"nobleman his lad in '

his situation i he .cut the acguain- you' drew older kept in the character of'awaiting stretched upon the !rack the next day. So that spot, and after murdering 'him,bore off

once of his wife,and after having informed maid. This) learned from an old lung accustomed to intrigue,it is not strange the lady' to a fate.worse than death.

her that he,did not wish the'honor of fellow servant who returned from Seville to that the Countess now, in the hour of dan- "I ,see,him now"said! Inez behind that

It starving with her,and returned to the content Naples, and who watched every movement ger, should have her emissaries. These fallen tree Oh,God! we are lost!I"

1 to breathe, vengeance on his roguishpersecutor i of'the Countess. ; afraid, ,however; to makea contrived to elude the vigilance of the jailor MNaytis but your fancy,"returned Don
but alas the Countess has, elop Jriatr"j see no living creature."
; disclosure to ) least her power and and convey toher the instruments necessary
ed with Don Alprizo'Gonzales I !and ,gone ill-gotten wealth slrould.bring him to the to make her escape. She did not Sec, gec1 bo ,moves," cried the lady,

no one knew*'whither. Don iuVpcpiex.ed \ inqution.'lutladyyou}, : are now:able fail at night to use them, and after long a O!save me- ,save me!1"

and, disgusted, seized ,with avidity anoffer to vindicate your wrongey,to recover your and lingering toil she found herself at mid At that moment being! dressed in thee'
by the Prior of the convent, and entered garb of a bandit, with long dark <<
; spleqqjd fortune, and to punish the wicked night in the archway of the prison, where whiskers,
immediately; where,as chance would and ungrateful woman who made the child slept the keeper of the many miserable sprung from behind the fallen tree, and

r G have it, be occupied the same< cell vacated ,of her benefactor and father her slave, and victims confined within its walls. The seized the jbridlo J of Juan's li rseTwo

by the Countess. Here he applied himself broke thesolemn vow given f o,thoso who'snatched groans of the miserable sufferers alone large horse pistols hung in the belt round

to study, arid astonished,his brother monies' tier from poverty and ruan." broke the silence of the solemn hour. By his body, and two stiUetoes: peered from his

by 'the' rapidity- of his attainments.; It ; Inez wept and taking a purse of gold the glimmering rays of tho moon that enter- bosom; at his side hum- a Ions> litt-- rinD
teemed that he had' struck ppp.Jhe'pi ofhis'gehins from her bosom, give it to the old faithful ed throygh.tlie iron lattice at the end of the poniard or auaghan. n"e

for in a few years ho,was: 'no servant of her father,'with 'thepromise to arch, she could,distinctly see the sleeping Who art thou, audacious villian?" in.

',' longer the jnsigni cant being ho had,been, proviJe for his:.old 'age, when she should turnkey, as he lay stretched 'at full length terrogated Don Juan, that thus darest to

i':" but ft philosopher,versed in all the learning' recover.her Jong'lost Restates. Thus ,they upon his couch. Every moment was preg cross my path" ,
t of On the death of
Spain. one 'of the parted: and Don Juan, astonished at the nant with danger, and sheadvanced, took It matters not," muttered the bandit,

'( f: professors of the University of Seville",great turpitude of the Countess Isabella Donzel- from beneath her robe poignard'and stooda "further than I am thy deadly foe. I hate .

t I'' interest vitas, taken by an upexuected ,friem} tat nix. blessed!his stare ,that her i own duplicity moment'to designate tho spot where she sought revenge,and now the hour has come.
in favor of pon.Juan he
was soon' had shielded him from her arras.... should strike with effect. In the hurry, I would have followed your over the world,

'I after installed;, 'in the:-vacant in the chawof the A month after this event, Don Juan and she dropped the p*>ignard; in stooping! for but fortune has favored me. Nay, (Junknot
I') situation of his Sympathising wife! Donna Inez unhappy and Inez, tho former having completed his business which, she placed her hand upon a rocket of resistance; my band of brave heartsare

1 .being with the goverpment, were on the containing the portrait of one she had known feasting in the distant cavern, and one
able to for her '
now provide he generously point of cmbarcation, when' news arrived in better days 'Curiosity overcame the stamp or call.of mine shall bid an hundred
took her to his
f He remained in. .this, situation arms and, bed again. that a conspiracy against the'King of Spain, sense of danger, and for- a moment she start to !avenge my wrongs."

; when his fame had oyes.ever.alyears f' and, had been-discovered, and thai Don Alonzo, gazed upon it with i intense feeling. It was "I never wronged yoa"said Juan," and
spread, Spain
the renown of his wisdom the Gonzales, and his,wife yens at the head of the portrait of her mother; but who could why do you seek revenge?"

ears' pf ,''crdinandI< ; of reaching Don Jt; They: iadflgd; it wa q supposed, into the being be who possessed it? Could he "No, the wolf never wronged, the lamb,"

.; Juan wts called to Madrid tng to Spain be invested, Italy) i fqr.th.er, apprehension: a large reward be her brother? lie might not be; and ,if sarcastically retorted the bandit, but you
t with diplomatic character. He was ofl ered. In a, light felucca, 'Juan and she waked him her doom would, be eternal shill taste death, and Donna Inez, the generous

t:t 1 sent-ambassador( to was short Inez set sail for Sicily, intending to tarry'whiJe ly sealed; and, oh! the agoniesot rack Donna Inez,shall"-

t full to negotiate Naples, with at the cities of Palermo and Messina, which she must endure. Thus she reasoned Doa Juan, alarmed, hastily drew from

'1 important powers nature!' This was"a treaty of query and from thence to Spain j They had notremained and at'last determined to plunge the his bosom a small pistol, levelled it at the

pushed to the satisfaction' o4.r'crdinaud J long at(Messina ere it was rumoredfhat poignard f o. his heart, rather than risk the heart of the bandit, and drew the trigger

Don Afar| ,aid. Countess were consequence of his But the Bashed and the
and he returned to.Madrid o" himself 7f? J fhg c waking. She grasped pistol next moment
i I loaded with favours; find_, irA there., J Pursuit commenced,and they,fled. tho poignard, and raising.her arm, said, ina he was in deadly conflict with the bandit,

I lUtle'Tncidfnt : fled.I1avingfQhopeofarreatingthefugitives low tone- each struggling, for the mastery. The bandit
Cveotuttedin placing ijow}Juan'pn which 'Juan and Inez embarked for I "No,| must kill' him-my own life depends being small,'writs thrown by Juan;, but
j !
,:i nacte of fortune. life was .second tpevery time pfn- Spain! and arrived sometime"after at Madrid upon his'death.11 was busy ink attempting to draw one of the
lent to Naples( and prie'4aj while sauntering i intending, after the government business "Hold 1 rash woman, hold l"1 cried the instruments to stab Juan, which,after sumo (

:I along the shore of the ,beautiful Bay of- was adjusted, to return Jo Italy.and turnkey, springing from his bed, would time, was! effected. But the wound was

Naples' wjtb,J hif wjf? hanging upon his arm, months take possession after of their.. property. Six you murder your own_ brother? I knew you, I given only in the arm; and,Juan,in tb-
wihonJw. (
... 'es..sL. when fi r. tarrested and It.Was I.: meantime had"'drawn '
the of the stilletoca
f. wtgdy an aged and miserable e for that through my one
looking nun, who''addressed' her 'by the pf embarking :Italy, it was rqfjiorcd'J agency that you received .the instruments from me boaom of dIG bandit, and, as lia

,' name of,Donna InezAndrozzL whos@farpilyhe the traitors bad'n arrested on the high' by which you have escaped, Would you, supposed had pinned him to the ground.

; said he had known, "twenty( ': years be the seas, in.Madrid.
dungeons They
: were ordered brother r1 fatal. The
fore in Venice Florence your had struck the and
and weapon ribs
Rome,which ,
I I for trial first the
of Juan :
charge "Pardon
me I" said the
Countess glanced down
cies''wgie the "my through the flesh
successively J the side.
? residence othe f pf having his, in their : I on
property possession life""Nay
'II ; own A small artery, however had been
ftIDilYf *epgrtt4herparentstohave severed
been of. noble birth, and descended from but there was:no proof/as he!had neglected i i ,you are free,"interrupted the turn- I and the bandit bled profusely. Juan find

the Doges of ,Venice. : to inoruire the name and residence of,the '. key "fly this moment from the shores of ing big antagonist so weak, raised himself

i I" J!Nay,7aJd Inez; "I am cf, Spanish The individual Countess whom denied he had r seen at Naples.-. Spain: fly! fly!" And be bore her along and looked full in the face of the faints;
; the charge l in too, the deep, resounding vault towards :lndit.Ie'fell /
b'uthyoit 2! 'q know rnd" : eivore the mr this instant who tho"
" .H" :rta tQ in and to avenge her injured innocence. massive door.A art,"-cried Juan or" this
pLbp error, replied the She moment thy
; it .
was Don jttas/whet moment sooner the last."
.tia i and Countess
.,y4C rifle! I will! I satisfy you of ,
sl&iVa ttoodpel'ore Vera, tho favpuiile of royally, would have been free; but the 'noise had He held the stilleto glittering i in the

j -?Voif, Wflktftnsing tw with trifleS,"retot. she but h op'rrJu'c: trifled and' l pedant with whom aroused' the' higher officers of too 'prison, of the fainting bandit, whose beautiful gaze melancholy -
: ted ,Don Juan CJ the ; great was bet mortification and before the. turnkey could
\ lady languaTO is and unbar the eyes,rolling ip th sockets,touched .
. surprise to in'thepower
! "' door,an officer rushed forward the
I and attempted sou[| of JuanVi h compassion
tl gu'Ve of & man whom she had '
me the Jiistory i of once to seize the Countess. In Know then "
mJ"m1l1t"aai4 Jn an, instant, said the bandit, rising
i Joe'* giving: him mope Ie for j J should jo Strange\ vicissitudes; tad:contempt., of fortune Such and_are such they ere the officer could fix his grasp: ;she gave on one arm, "tmt your most deadly foe is
!him a tremendous blow
the otber
toknqw.' poniard was no than the Countess Isabella Donzel-'
"'c''Wt.t, If *M he mntability of human grandeur.. He buried to the hilt, the blood la whose .'
4tsutnger, Lowing, "yoa' who triumphs over'his 'i gushed in a arm of vengeance shall yet react
hiw>!eeflmM| unmercifully dealt" with,, I to-day ; insignificantfellow torrent against the wall, and sprinkled tbo : thy b

I tnd<<;J>jr the very person who should have being_, maVfind t.. himself i m a few loose robe of the infuriated Countess.. The Juan at the sound of that name, sprung
been the.hst to 'injure ; fleeting sttry neatb: his police, qr next moment a second ,officer
seized the upon his feet with and'
you Knvgv'the rt surprise horror.
em6lmg the fgotztool 1 of
tf pt hisunexpected
that tbe Coun of the
uplifted "
r lsabella Donzglla hAs been alinoet t : arm desperate woman with Nay, threaten not-remember you are

r a Into. She waptsken at no'er These.er-.n.mutations or mJStedous time often IUpenonlJ.the one band,while be grasped her,white neck i in my power,"said Juan, holding op he*
i change with the other
age : and
/ Jpur fsthqpal&ce,land prove fool to the attempted to wrench pistols.

R de l for as;.at- 1 grphA without a.(fiend.i .-. the prince--philosopher the miserable; and becomes the pedant to t Ihe-poignard from her supernatural grip by "Aye, I am in thy power but I feat the?!

i Tout father,as. I said, was of noble ,birth, and \he proud'nabob sinks to 'poverty.a monarch choaking her till her beautiful dark eyes not,"retorted the dauntless woman, rising

and E5rlof a pnzzcel fortune, which; started from their sockets. But she,yield on one knee.cc Here I swcnrnever to test

ho L L rescuing unfortunate orphans'2SST J providence.Don Mysterious,. tborlgh'vise are the ways of ed not until her head swam! ,in dizziness. II till I have avenged the wrongs 1 bear,"
; and she was about .wheo I '< Go "
Itloht4l5feea Calling.
yearV hersturdy interrupted Juan
: ago Juan, after the culprits,bad deniedaU woman,
i 4 t'lorpacottvept bot.6.your... antagonist wrested the reeking n I fear thee no, Thy weakness
weapon I
of pity
' knowledge such characters
tents to the as from her band.
grave; but ere they diedt'tbej Inez made But bis triumph was ofI threats I despise: "
and himself
enjoined il upon Isabella to take ; and they I short duration, for, quick as the I that the
and >> -q C ; wept not at the turpitude of which lightning swear time yet shall come,
that they flash
lee she
struck the
proper.g raiinS we" poignard from his hand. proud man when
appointed tot their were guilty,nor In penitence therefor but you shall tremble beneath
t onl.child. Amid t bt they wept at the visible change which had it a moment glittering in the the arm of that woman you onCe loved. I
thencegn 'in.FI lo moonbeam,aimed at the shuddering breast will follow thee
1JW1' beard not thq rents, taken place*and tho. evil fortune which had bee from country to country
no,'Heeded hb Fried of W. foUovvmaa, thrown then* at tftq iperey, of those and he eSitift.er; ann descended. and never will I rest till this dagger is. buried
for upon
misery, as the
every one, was '. bullock of Spain in thy cruel heart."
whom gAc0loAked.
concerned,only Cor himldt.II ."- } they ) h.pity or;contmpt. beneath the.knife of.'the dexterous "Go _
The *
at' cloister said Juan
sarcasm an. ;
And acknowledged '
:Inez.did itUl Isabella haccreduloua prom be'.!"asked, infvrioE i. severe, but; to be bound, the ine In the next moment, the desperate hero "and wash with repentance the blood

u .i thtLtdy I feet andcotnpelled to'f eI and was beyond the wallsc-f the prison!and that reeks upon thy guilty hands.11

; ho,would. take: (ca/e'oC JOG.'!.re the dominance,of those, who acknowledge, had. ere the next sun rose and sat t, she Has in i The large dark of the Countess
tIw turned; the sfcsager: "and that aba glue the gloom of a,&r distant eye
would forest scowled
*> t myf **'I& $9 of the on Juan, as be recalled her degra
f W tat you abouldroot be'wronged -rilf ?% __ _WI *wa q hungry wild wglf bowled in concert dation
T with and she
out of I" \ C a Donzella ; ;have rushed ;
one titOa of the vast wx ofdisabl the, maddened ; upon
eel unto estate bequeath.i now J\.wk I Q ,savo that spirit of the murderous him,had she not faiuted'at that moment
I. you. ** no sonnet were your }hidiariaes from Countess. tier soul now breathed nothing with the loss of -Juan thet .
, pareatadepoeited( theimputatioa of a weak blood. : and i
: in the tomb or the Do Out revenge on Don Joan and,was
the U p mtullect-rfbr tbeCouatess had shone in all in occupied Inez now; pursued their Journey
, pdste,jewels,and m on-, the. of only the contemplation of th@ and '
ff1a. i thc. whole Europe, had wished all the which abe plan b1. stopping a few days_after,at smalr
etmUe 'or aer- jJleriesof Italy and the l learned might gratify.her new passion, town, they were informed
'vate,or that pan that sociatieA; Abe had by a traveller.who
bad ,
fir the
ire J' fly tb- the continent passed RublcOQ Qf'crime bad left the
Aal after"the app rance or : tFd bGe41oPouncod: waspreparedu the and just mountains that the unfortunate -
thepWe, cj' 'M' : cluing spirit of aDen Countess was. dead 'the
epproprutcd all to berse1t"f'WluLt moot; o on high way
A rroglaR,for; tboeo deeds
1' became of IFD.t Wly I of all Spaw t aha had f fat 11GJa and which outstrip ro- where she had fought. Sorrow stole into
tnsaco, act
4 event!'? Quired- tadj.: tIJ" T7sje, glen kocaia, the power' of him trallgtDt at defiance even the moat the heart of Juan, for he1 bad once devotedly

I" Hfaril harwter.ofan' : .bQsi tihatsitdttcotnad, and whose pretensions eftu tude,QlJick loved er.anditisbacdtobtee4om
vengeance W,
intellect it
,orphhn did
chjld she knew she had DOt require !,ongfort the we have loved.
he took ou'witfi for on a travelling I merited, But her Countess to Yetbe.could tint butied
th aucb thd c tinent. She travelled thin to r' haoghty spirit shrunk, np|before her accusers Juan; form three her plans again' Don that a great suspense and .uncertainty ,had.
aha was still the' days ehie' WaT been removed .ly her the
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