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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: March 7, 1835
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
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System ID: UF00049046:00022

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TJII: EN Q (J I R .E R. .dissemination of sound, political knowledge; !

TB. : : 'amonn'; them, and being actuated by a sin- ,'j 1
Published every Saturday, at FIVE DOLLARS core desire to advance the canto of Stato

per annum.ADVERTISEMENT'. Right and Constitutional Liberty,''we hall ''I
inserted at the rate of Mfpport, the doctrine of the State 'Right- ''f

One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square for Party Of Georgia AS set forth in the t'it&jin. '

the first insertion, and Seventy-Five Cents ... fa and Kentucky Resolution of t74 -09- .! '
.wl..a.4 and which wefesw '
for each subsequent continuance. Alt Advertisements triumphantly maintained) :
will be continued until otherwise by the State of .Georgia in 10-25-0 and '/* i I

ordered. None will be considered and thereby'awirt in perpetuating the iocs'timahfa _
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less than a square: blessings we enjoy under our pres.' : 1'l'
No subscription will be discontinued Mitch: rlU'tJ 'l1ttbtfnl1tb b1.! H. tjtttdi3lt. enl form of government, and which arc

unless at the option of the Editor, until all .....a,... -- _-... ..n..ni.r.-=0.=. 1 guaranteed unto IN,10'long an each depart .\ s :

arrears are paid. VOL i. ICRY"VEST'RATl1ttbAV.1114\UCII 7, IMS. NO. 3i. uncut of Tier is, kept; within its legitimate .f \ i

All letters to tho Editor on business, i ", sphere of action. Wo are hi favor of a ; q '
Post Paid. i strict conatructiol1orthe Constitution-and I
must. be. assessed by a jury and shall moreover be Small fonts, .uitabto ,for Book-binders, opposed to alt systems which have for there l'- ; !
""'" the- "information-- of" Mn fibers generally- liable to a suit on behalf of any party aggrieved in great variety, may be had when called object the taxing themany.forthe bone rt. fl,
Tor
: from the Collector the on the bond so as hereinbefore provided, for. fit of the few, orof laying restrictions upon
procured
we have to be executed by him. 0 Olden from alt ( the Union will be Commerce
schedule of the Situation of the parts or domestic industry: a aiaJt.
following
Housed along the J Florida shore, Sec 4. Be it further enacted,That if any promptly and most carefully attended to, resist all encroachments by the Federal 0 : I
Light
his supcrintence. person except such as may hive been appointed and particularly in supplying SORTS for nil Government on Lila rights of the State and I .1.1:

under CAPE FLORIDA LIGltT.-Stationary asaforesaidand LavedompliedwilhalltbeconditionsspeciGed fonts furnished bf their predecessors, Bin the liberties tho People. But whilst we

Situated on the South side of Key lBs in the second tec* ny"& Ronaldson, and Richard Honaldson.I thus express our preference for tho principles ..

about 400 yards from the beach.- tion'of this act, shall charge any cotnfle .a- I b'tci'cotyping Us branches, executed of bhe State Rights; Party Of Georgia, '

cane, be considered 70 feet above tion for services he may perform'a! pilot he by L. Johnson as heretofore. we hall support that party only so long as ;. .. ;,

The level Light of may the sea, distant from the gulf shall be doomed guilty of high misdemeanor, JOHNSON SM Tlt. they adhere to those princi.lc9-oar, motto J ,

the about 7 miles. Vessels drawing 10 and on conviction thereof, shall be fined ina No. 6, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. being emphatically U Principles, not men '' "

stream approach within 2 1-2 miles of theHBht' sum not exceeding treble the amount of 0Publishers of Newspapers who insert and our ambition to do and sustain right. ; ,
feet may compensation received by him tube asses this advertisement and forward As I
Lat. 25 47 N-Long. 80 .42 W. a paper wo design making the Mercury a vehicle :
SHIP FLORIDA situatedon sed by jury ; provided that Wit act shall containing it to J. & S. will he entitled to of general information to all classes of the

LIGHT Reef near the site of,the not bo held extend to the master or mariner $3 payable in settlement of their accounts ccmmunityt we shall at all times endeavorto
Carysford's of licensed wrecking vessel, on when their bills amount to hoi less than to our
in Lai. 25 08 N_Long. 0027 W. any $10.J.9. present patrons,"regardless<< of labo -
old one,
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distinguished as hvo distinct Florida Recf.on board of any such (wrecking *or expense, Iho latest Commercial and iFy

It is easily shown which can generally be : vessel,or on board of any vessel which Political Intelligence, both Foreign and tgjii

lights at are the distance, of 12 miles. Its object I has been cast away, unless such vesselso R WHITE & WILLIAM ItAGAR, Domestic ; with as great a variety of Lit- 5'

seen vessels from the dangerous I cast away hat been spoken by a regular BSPKCTFULLY Inform the Printers ctary and Miscellaneous matter, as our lim
warn
j Is and to shoals which iris placed. pilot at least six miles from the light hoitso of the United States, to whom they have its will permit. Our columns will 'remain-

rocks WEST near LIGHT-Stands on theS. on the Island of Key West. l tang been individually Known as established open to tho temperate discussion of any"
KRY Sec. 5. Be it furthor enacted That all Letter Founders, that have
formed
connected
they now subject with the public
Point of the Island of Key West, good, excluding
West suits and prosecutions provided>> for in this ft co-partnership in said business, and all scurrillity and personal
33 1-2 NLong. 01 52 1.2 spleen
is in l.at. 24 for the of guiding vessels act, shall be had in the Superior Court of hope from their united skill and experience, In vine, whatever will ho product of spoo
W. ; erected purpose I the aforesaid before the Judge to be able to give satisfaction
the harbor the direc- County or to all who. ,.dily rendering beneficial the varied natural .
1 when entering ; the thereof in Chambers.Sec. mav favor them with order advaatare of our State. _1wD.tinfP._ ......._
tions for which are as follows : Bring 6. Be it further enacted That the 'the introduction r-machinery in placeof morcral character- of- -our- city- *n..p.or mcliora ;: 'I ,
Sand
N. N. W. and the Key .
light to brar the following fees and rates of pilotage bo allowed .the tedious and unhealthy practice of ting' the moral, social aad political coudi .
W.
S
W. and cross:
Light to bear fathoms< water.you run tor Key to each and pilot first for piloting every casting type by band, longa desideratum by tion of our people,will meet with our ardent; j
in about 5 ;
Reef and vessel in out Enrepean and American Founders and humble
until within two miles then conducting a ship or or ,was, support. g
West Light ove any partof the Florida Heef. Secondly by American ingenuity, and a 'heavy expenditure ('ON D l'rIONS. a
Flecming's Keywhich
.steer N W. until you open Island in the northern ,from any part of the said Reef.to tho port of time and money, on the part of our The Savannah Mercury wilt bo published I ,;

is a Mangrove harbor and then run for it. of Key*West,or to Indian Kej. or thirdly senior. partner first successfully accomplished. i daily throughout the year on a *

part of the is,in the of through either of the channels leading into ; Extensive use of the machine cast let sheet, at Seven Dollars per annum, payable

The best anchorage of tho upper Light part House the port or harbor of Key West aforesaid, ter, has fully| tested and established its superiority scmi-aonually in advance*

the harbor. Height the 83 feet 6 inches. to wit. for every foot of water which such in every particular, over that cast The Mercury for the eg jritry will 1 be pub
of
from the level sea, ship or vessel may draw, the sum of two dollars by tho old process. fished to meet tho arrangement of tbo ntailt. '

Light Stationary.LIGHT and for every day for which such pilot Thd Letter Foundry business will here three times a week at tho office of tl.tr Savannah ,t
Revolving
SAND KEY once tbo may be detained or employed board such after be carried on by the pal tics before Mercury, Dud will he lent 'to'all' } '

in 54 seconds. It is the best West light on ship or vessel, the further sum of twodol- named:. under the firm of White,Ilagar&co parts( the Union,Or delivered it the City,
coast ; S. W. by S. from Key Light. Their specimen exhibits a complete series at Four Dollars
in
per annum, payable advance
W. situated
57 lars.Sec.
Lat. 24 26 N-Long- Do it further enacted.That every frou Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book or Five at the expiration' of six '
70 feet ,
directly on the Reef.. The Light vessel bound either to Indian Key or to Key and News typo being in the. most modern months. It will contain all the Intelligence 1

above the sea. West except a licensed wrecking vfssel. light and s'yle.White Commercial, Political, Literary' and Mia t
1 LIGHT on
Stationary-
TORTUGAS the and refusing to receive a pilot on board, Hagar & Co. are agents for the cellancotis, including: ,'advertisements, pub
Islands
one of tho Dry Tortuga near shall, spoken by said pilot six miles respectively sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press lisped in the daily paper ,t
of the Reef in Lat. 24
western extremity from Indian Key aforesaid, or es, which they can furnish to their customers Advertisements will be conspicuously in '
:31 N.-Long. 83 10 W.LIGIITIIOUSEAT from the said Light House on the Island of at the manufacturer' prices. Chases serted,in both papers,at 76 cents per square? 'ay

-TUB MOUTIIOP West, he neverthelessanil it is herebymade Case, Composition Sticks Ink and every of fourteen lines, for the first insertion, and

RIVER. subject to pay full rates pilotage,as article used in the Printing Business, kept thirty-seven and a half Cents,for each succeeding
ST. JOHN'S though such pilot had been taken on board, for sale,and furnished on the shortest no publication.All'communications. '" c '

A new light house has recently been bufif not spoken more than three mites respectively tice. Old type taken in.exchange for now 'bJ' mai1, must b. ," .

erected mouth of the St. John's River from the abovementioned places, at 0 cent per pound.* ", "',? postpaid.4' :,: x. rt'-.V: *;_*' 9e>;"\*".,." :Jfe J ', .',_

(, E. F. which illumined for. the first then and in case of such refusal as aforesaid, N.B.'.Newspaper..Proprietors? 1iho'git. 'CHEAP, WaR
V.AJ.VAULR.-tND mr :KS TZN0
time on the 18th Deo. last. she'shall be liable to pay half pilotage, and the above three insertions; will be entitledto The ? 9i
*< We have been politelyfurnished) by an no in re., Five Dollars in such articles as tbel"n Family Physician and Gaztttdoflhl ,

intelligent ship master, with the following See. 8. Be it further enacted, That no select from our specimen.New rAait Life 'i
.
directions and bearings fees shall bo demandable for piloting and Vorkllj33. Being a Library of Health and Hygenie,

Bring the light house to Leai S. by W. conducting vcssel.if same be spoken "t. ,. ". ." aDd of Popular and General Medical {
any
half W.in four fathoms ,vater,and make for at less distance than three miles from the PROPOSALS Knowledge, rendered' familiar to ever)

it. This will carry a vessel drawing 8 or light house! aforesaid, or from Indian Key. individual erobraclagevary subject con

9 feet safely in at high water. Continue provided,that this section shall not beheldto FOR PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST, nected with the prevention, treatment,, t
course for the light: until you have 4 and cure of diseases-the qualities' of ,
your extend to vessel goiug or coming NEWSPAPERTo
N. W. W. for the any A medicines.:-their good add ill effect f
fathoms, and haul up by through the northwest passage of the harbor OQ "
t mouth of tbo river. If the large house on of Key West, when spoken at the distance BE ENTITLED TilE heoiththe'iogredldoti of secret or pat' { ,
the starboard side of tho river can bo seen of two miles and a half from said light ent medicines-the true principle of eat** ;
over the north point of the beach, bring to bouse. KEY WEST ENQUIRER ipg and drinking, creating and drinking* J

bear: S. W. by W half W. and run for it un See 0* Be further enacted, That in I'I'I' to live-domestic cookery-eLemUtry": ,
til the above bearing of the light, UNDERSIGNED leave and a great variety of curious valuable '
you get the event of any master of a vessel refusing I' THE begs ro-
then run for it as abore' directed and you to pay any pilot for his services the amount, to offer prepositions to this and interesting"knowledge,of the kiabett

will have the greatest depth of water that offees herein before provided, such pilot i enlightened public, to publish a weekly < importance to all. and hitherto bidden '

there is on the bar. may, at his discretion", sue out from the office newspaper under the above title. It shall from the mast bf mankind. ,
"This light house will be"of great impor- Contributed to by a number of practisingPhysicians.
of the clerk of said court an attachment ho principally devoted to Commercial Intclliqencoputy '
tance. No notice, has, to our knowledge, returnable to the said :
immediately shall bb
controversy cn- The object of this work ia to : r'
The present every
been published of its erection. consequence court,or to the Judge thereof Chambers, I
excluded. ,
has been, that masters of vessels the vessel piloted sppken, which tirely subject connected wkb disease aod iU i'

Lave been deceived, and in one instance, a aga-nst Court or the said Judge in Chambers, shall I The undersigned is fully aware of the treatment which, by >ts simplicity and perspicuity ,1

vessel mistook the object for another light, summarily and without jury, proceed to examine difficulty of tho task he is about to undertake of its details,shall enable all who j Ii I

and ran to St. Augustine, causing a delay into the facts and law of the case, and in consideration of his want of w i isli, to be thoroughly informed in this mod ". 1 .

la.reaching destination of several dajs. and decide accordingly to its merits but if experience, has obtained .t the polite( offer of interesting' and important of sciebces. :
1 he of such
AN ACT to providefor tho Appointment the said vessel so assisted or spoken, shall :assistance from friends, :.whoso ago arid society a publication to s''t I
all ranks of need be insisted
of Pilots, and to regulate the rules oJ not bo within the jurisdiction of the court, qualifications render, them competent to not open I

Pilotage at the port of Key West,and for the said court or Judge in Chambers shall Ihotask. For his own part, he pledges every,' since reflecting they must mind.suggest Under themselves tb* influence to., fl

other purposes. and may on the return of the attachment, himself that, so fcr; OH hfa health and of the diffusion of sound medical knowledge ., -.,. ,
See t. BQ it enacted by the Governorand proceed in like manner, ES'ARTE, and decide '
Legislative Council of the Territory of accordingly. strength will permit-(lie public may rely among all classes,empiricism aut badUarotied k;
the in tho of the daogeroua weapon .with ,";
from and after the of Passed Feb. upon utmost regularity publication t
Florida 15,1834.JOHN
That passage .
of the which it wan so successively agtinst) &.Uf. y:-t
this act,the Governor of the said Terntory WARREN, paper. of the'abusive of medicines _
be and he is hereby authorised, by and with Pres. Legislative Council. Great pains will bo taken to obtain the man so; baneful to health employment,will give place to I L. i

the advice and content of said Council, dur Approved Feb. 15,1834.TYPE earliest and most correct intelligonce of the rational administration 'of remedial( I ) !

ing its annual sessions,to appoint such number FOUNDRY. Wrecks and Wrecked Properly add also agents, and the scientific 'and expericacad ,.f'

of Pilot for the port and harbor of Key H AVING Purchased Mr. RICHARD reports of vessels passing near tho Florida physician will be aided in bit efforts to al* '. '
West, and the adjacent coast in a northeasterly I
his established and Reef. Btiate the luffering of humanity. Notbt
and the RONALDSON long I.
direction from said city, extreme the"subscribers -OenLE3I1N friendly to the undertaking ing that cap add to the utility of tie work
northern limits of the County of Mon very extensive Type Foundry, i();) I
for the shall aeglected; The prindtles of deft ,'
have formed co-partnership will please reeeiveaubscripto and 1
roe,as he deem expedient,
may necessary
and advisable, provided the number appointed purpose of continuing said business, and for forward the 'namcq to the Editor won as and regimen shall be explained. aid tbeit jJ.'

in any one year shall not exceed the convenenco of their friends and pat-, possible; Application em01' ed. The' ingredieott of ,
runs,have removed their establishment to a secret remedieashallbegivcnandtbewtoU I ,
.twelve. J. ATKINSON. subject of matqria rpadioa shall be dicuMc4 ;
of tie As it is their ,
Sec. 2. De it further enacted,That such more central part city. October1.I 1834. t
intention to keep on hand good assortment and explained in lucid and Iimpl.ltIe.
pilots so appointed, before entering on the ..... ;
discharge ofhell' duties as such shall each of the best type, and to make such additionsand PROSPECTUS (:rA premium of $100 will be. awardedto J
.
become bound in an obligation with, one or improvements-as the taste of the trade the'wrlterof beateaPr (not exc .d. : .1

good and sufficient securities, to beapproved and the wants of tie country require, they or THE ing tO pages octavo)on the tovaataf to : i .
more .
of by the board of wardens, era flatter themselves, that this establishmentwill SAVANNAH MERCURY.A ye community of the general duTtmoa. of t'
medical keo TieM..ya are to be I
merit alai'goahgre of patronage. They vledjs. J
majority oftbem.forthe port and harbor aforesaid bAIL MORKIKO PAPER, .
i in the sum of one thousand dollars, have now several fonts on band,which can I Devoted to-Commerco-Arrieultnre-Po- directed post paid, to tie editor, iQ all Of i
v and be furnished at a few hours notice, and are June next.
the faithful diligent,
conditioned for IticsI4teraturand General
will 'I !
Tbe'award of .. premium daptoft
able pf their duties.which bond prepared to make fonts of all weight and
performance Intelligence. '
when executed shall immediately be placedon I kes, from Pearl to 82 line Pica, includinga To be edited qnd yvjblbhed in the city of upon the. decision of aerciaj eminent pfcyiicians. i'
of the great variety of Ornamental Le\ter- I
file in the office of the Clerk Superior Savannah ,
Conrt of acid at the cost 'Their assortment of Cut* and'Dishes, grass Ceo. (ftEdltor postmMtarisyjdotben, art f
or County, proper Rule, and other ornaments will be found to BY WM. BALDWIN HARRISON. respectfully iqvited act aa agents. Any ;j\
uch pilot. I presenting to the pabliq tho who remit tea dollar*"will Live ten
extensive prospectus
Sec. enacted That in be very of which specimens will peraop
3. De It further ,
i of the Savannah forwarded kirn. Persona ," I
be forwarded to Printers. soon as they Mercury just regard copies renoUtiof
event of the unfaithfulness insobriety .
any the f dollar will have ... .
can be prepared. toy feeling ( those TO expect tQ ODe eight omabere: -
be shall I
or criminal negligence of any pilot, well which time All distant CcouBunicaAieca be ad4f.**e4 "
Printing Presses of description, serve,ai as a compliance tq ; t
every
yawn citizens the of petition said of any twenty respectable of the Printing Ink of the most approved qualities,. Is sanctioned,render* it necessary to rive to the editor No. 0 for 1andt _,..t, New t

laid board' of warden city,or of a majority to the Composing Sticks Brass Oallcyslwposing i| briefly nopsia of the principles which shall York,(and moat be peat paid.) Yearly |+tb.
appointed
so ( editorial duties-We.arc scribers to COIDlDuce with No. l> HS.
Governor Stones Cases, Paper and ProM Boards, unlie a oar
to tha "cct,1te removed from of.ticeand
betides j be Standing Presses, furniture, together witha impressed with the belief, that in a government .-The editor Las great pUawf may proceeded aeainstby complete assortment of all articles used i 'like ourtbe preservation of the Lib able to snags.ace the approbstu.. of many
indictment as in ordinary cases of mivje cities of tU People mainly depends on their eminent n.dical gentleawa to the fUq 'c?
Office will be constantly I
in
kept
and a Printing
meaoor, ,
on conviction* fined in a. sum. virtue intejlif o bad patriotism Mb* I I this
band.
pot exceeding one ttoaswji dollars to be on ,


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load A mAVfin AStSvcrasD.-We are credibly ::: 1
I Spanish Cum Elliott hoists I his -=
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informed that about two weeks since aDrover .A.SRINGToN'J'be
board QnstJtutlono.nd -
the
,: [From the Charleston: Courier jho&CTCNxTRAC1D.'PJtI:9rnFaTte pcnant ds from on Boston, to tho Mediterranean.proce stopped for the night at a farmer's correspondent of Mr. Hudson's new Reading -

: : : 1\1:S- Capt. Kennedy is to command the Peacockand house between I this place and Somerset,Pat and News Room, writes from Washington -
document ,v and in the counting the hogs on Thursday,that Mr. Jarvis and I
BIOE -1hi* : 8rccctvcketshv Boxer,and proceed to the Chinese seas, morning upon! Mr
erpool I on the Oth Jan by : for the protection of our commerce in that: found several missing. Diligent search 'Smith, both Jackson representatives fr0m'Maine

lo&ndence, Capt. Nye, nndis publishedJo quarter: and tho whole naval establishment being made without success, suspicion led are in 'a snarl. Mr. Jarvis challen.

too 'Chronicle of the 10th, is to be put,on.a war footing.'' the Urpver and landlord.tp takeout search ged Mr. Smith, Mr. Lyttle of Ghio, bearing
with tho following\ Introduction warrant. for n, suspicious neighbor's premises. the challenge; Mr. Smith returned an abu.

,c PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE WAR We understand says the Charleston Courier sive reply to Mr. Jarvis, refusing to consid.er .

WITH FRANCE. ) that-Capt. Pen noyer, formerly of,the They went to and asked the 1 suspectedman him as n gentleman therefore, accord

"We have only room left J to call, attention Wm Gibbons to take command, for the if he knew any thing of the !losthogs, ing Washington chivalry, Mr. Lyttle

to tho ,American President', Message present of the' beautiful l new steam packet and received for answer',1 No. They insisted challenged the man who did not think his
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al least that part of it threatening to go<<>> to << Dolphin, which vessel: is to run as a regular ,upon and commenced a search, and principal a gentleman Mr. Smith again

war with France. The Message arrivedlast packet between this port .and St. Augus whilst in the act of examining the house demurred, on the groand, that he had: no

night by the packet ship Independence tine The Dolphin is owned by CaptainJohn the suspicious individual became irritated quarrel with Mr. Lyttle, and 50 the matter

**.'Nye.. Greene,and,was built under his immediate and alarmed; and with a view to deter them: rests; meanwhile_ Mr. Jarvis is preparing

FRANCE. direction.} Capt. G. is well known from further search, declared before his the usual posting, history of the quarrel,&c

PARIS, JAN. S--Sevcral meetings of as a veteran in steam navigation, the Augusta maker that he knew nothing of themthatif An excliange of hostile notes betweentwo

f- the Furnign Ambassadors:!tavo taken, place and John Stoney having been owned he did, ho hoped that God would strike other members of Congress), is a'so'

within the last few days: and the Austrian by him and built under his! particular in him dead and the devil might take him."- spoked of. No names are given."

Ministerhas been,more than once closeted structions. Notwithstanding this they continued their -

with!) Prince'Faheyrand, a fact which! givesa We learn that Capt. Penno er contemplates search: and finally found the hogs salted I aNORFO (Va.) Feb 11.

species of colouring to a report which has a connexion of the Virginia and N. away in the bam, secreted beneath some ARRIVAL OP THE HABKAWAV.-.Lettcr(
been in circulation respecting a contemplated ; from Capt. Reuben 'Fisher to the
York lino of steam packets with one to go hay. Editors of
treaty df alliance between the Cabinets! through from the last named port to Mobile After legally proving property, they seized the Deacon t

of Vienna, St. James' and the Tuillcries, and New Orleans, via Savannah and Saint the man to.take him to the Somerset I herewith send you the latest London

to the exclusion of Prussia and with Russia, Augustine. From St. Augustine, passengers jail. They had not proceeded more than slid Liverpool papers: per the ship Hark 1

whose close intimacy; ,.coupled other: wilt proceed by land, across the Isthmus two miles when he was heard to utter a cry Away. The latter port 1 left, on the 1st of

causes, :is said: to .have particular to Aus the of Florida, to the nearest point of the and seen to fall to the ground a dead'man.. January. The ships Grace Brown, cant..

f {, other great powers, more Gulf of Mexico, and thence by steam to The persons in company with him returned Higgins, for Baltimore; Howard, Harvey '

r tria. I Mobile and New Orleans. This,route will his body to his friends, whilst his guilty -for New York,would sail the next day,-':
An alliance of this description, was it soul went before the bar of On the9thlat.47 N.
to
become one of great importance to the appear an long. 22 W. spoke
r Lord appears CastIereahMefernich, projected at Vienna and, in Talleyrand 1815, by, traveller,-and it is believed will,'slwrten the angry God.-Maryland Adv. ship Sarah, Cornick, 35 days from llama

for time about four days f between the two extreme ton Roads for Liverpool, she having on'board
who' then saw grounds suspicionof
even
ambition of tho Court of St. Peters- pointsbesides affording comforts and VALUE OF TIME-It is said that a man the crew and passengers, upwards of 100
conveniences which who }had accustomed himself to seize in number taken from the
burgh. It is added that Prince Talleyrandis cannot at present be pen wreck of the
likely to proceed to Vienna as early as enjoyed. whenever his wife was putting on her shawl British Barque Henry, which they had aban

t i the weather will permit him to undertake -o+e>- I and bonnet to walk, before he suspectedsuch doned, she being dismasted and otherwise

1 Each a journey, and that this measure, if i The following extract from the New Or. a result, that he had written a tolerable damaged; supplied them with such provis '

brought to a successful issue, will be the leans Bulletin,gives the particulars of the book. Wonders may thus be accomplished ions,tec as they stood in need of. Jan.

i closing act of his long political life accident which happened to the Brig Warsaw } by all in theirstray moments, would 26, strong gales from S. W. saw a week
*.Some demur is stated,to have arisen on they but improve them. I would not prevent to windward, beat up to and found her to
the part of England to tho reception of when she was brought into this- port people from reflecting, from resting, lie the Brig Britannia, of St.Johns (N B.)

Count Sebastiani, utAmbassador.nd enI:I for repairs sometime since. Our citizens can or enjoying themselves; but tile worst f totally dismasted and full of water, her

4. rerenche jtia reported,that Lord Cowley'sappointment also bear testimony to the urbane and gentlemanly .. it is, many waste large portions of their mainmast gone about 15 feet above deck,

i ; is objected to here. donduct of Capt. Sheffiicld, the I lives without doing any of slices Circumstances around which there was a stage or scaffold

t PARIS, JAN. 6.-The receipts at theC short time he remained beret favor persons thus bent on rational 1 slung about 8 or 10 feet above the deck,
sr m-House at Havre amounted to 20- employment. Instead of idling away a with a sail: around, where no dciibt t lie crew
The undersigned, passengers in the ,half hour before' dinner had sheltered themselves
8,049 francs, which is 3,060Ob01es i or some appointment previous to their
than in 1833. s brig Warsaw, Capt. Sheffield, left Charleston if they take ups book or a pen, or being taken off; she did not'appear to have

t It seems that all tho.foreign troops in the Bar on the 2d inst. had fair winds and undertake to do any little duty which demands been long in that situation, sailed close

f ; Portuguese service are to be discharged oodveather' until the 9th inst. After their attention, they find often the round her; found no'ono to be on board ;

.. leaving tlheBalamaBanks,the wind headedus time which they might have frittered away, did not board her, it then blowing a heavy

Correspondence of the Charleston Courier. off and blew very fresh, and the !brig put much longer than they anticipated. Manya galefromW.S.W.
.
I ,*' WASHINGTON under close reefed topsails ; flaw the land friend might be secured or obliged by a .
a, 0' Feb, 11. before night to tho:eastward 6f Carysfort's letter wntten at, these intervals, by those LrrriERocK t
Ark. Jan
( 9.
)
"It is said that Com.ELLIOTT
is appointed 1 Reef-tacked ship and stood off shores who profess to have "no time" We all By An officer of the Army, from Fort
to the Mediterranean station. It wa The wind then hauled round northwest have "
to the time
more or less, which might be Gibson, we are informed that Major Arm-
; intended place him at tho Navy Board, and a strong current setting'directly devoted to the performance of neglected had settled the
.in the place of Ccm. Rodgers, as the latter to the shore. Through the neglect of the duties. strong preliminaries of a i
whit the
JiSd,at one time,expressed an intention to, officer of the watch the brig was'allowed treaty Osage: Indians, and that it
to sea.. But as Cora. Rpdgori has been 04 was to have been signed on the 1st insiant.
DO to the
proceed too near weather shore. As Mns. '
TZCKEEL.=
-Sheridan,once told mean The provisions of the
'induced said be
by the etete of his health to aba. her treaty arc to
soon as situation discovered"she
: was anecdote of my sister, Mrs. Tickeel I, highly advantageous' to the Government
,
don this intention .
; The>umor is.that.Com was immediately. kept square off ia doingwhich which '
welcome
are The liberal
you to. greater and to tho.Indians.-Adaocatc.
Elliott.will to station
.
.go the Ihave ,men her rudder sfruck and carried part'ofour
away family was assembled in Bru-
tioned I saw Com' ,Rodgers to-day, andand 'both.pindles. We' then made for .
Key.Westto ton street to
a jollification New Year Extrnct
on
,to that his of a letter from Port Vrince
am au
sorry say appearanceconfirmed repair damages,'where the ,
brig was ex day. After old
supper, Sherry proposedthat dated
all which 1 had January 13.
previously' heard I amined and thoroughlyjcpaired,and in less -
of tho impaired Condition of his health.. : than forty eight hours we.were again every body should epigrammatise, or We have two French Ships of war
ready
He was; exceedingly feeble, and his wan for sea To Capt.Sheffiicld we tender say something funny upon some given sub here, and it is said that the Government

'countenance and sunken eye indicated; a for his politeness and attention ourthanks' to feet matical, or upon the newest publication, dra- has accepted the offer of this Government,
considerable: of or poetical. Haley"Triumph of made some 'time since which
degree indisposition. But us during the voyage. is to pay
i if.seems there are some apprehensions as to ; (Signed) JAS.,CROCKETT. Temper"rather dullish had'just made its appearance ',1,000,000 of francs. in cash, this being the
a affair
j the condition ,of our squadron at present in i C. M. CROCKETT. However by all accounts debt of Lafitte,besides, 45,000,000 francs, \
the Meditterranean. The Secretary of the A. NASH. the heroine of the tale,Serena by to be paid in rortq-fire years. We consider
name,has to encounter three trials, which the affair! between
Navy has himtelf expressed a doubt as to ASA STAN I4EY. it had the Governments as
its'safely. If the French on the' receipt W. G. BROWN. could been previously calculated no woman finally settled"-JV. Y; Mer. Adv.

I of the President's Message, should be led Gulf of Mexico, Jan.b. possibly stand. Nevertheless. this S
Jady
to conclude that the Legislative Branches conquers and immortalizes !herself- JUDGE WHITE.-From a biographical
echo tho To the passengers by brigWarsaw;from Well, this'said new was Mrs. Tickeel's sketch
Snll :tone of the President rid poem of this gentleman, now brought forward
i that"reprisals'will be ordered,they take Charleston S. C, to New Orleans, I tender theme; and after a minute or two'8 for the Presidency, which reorwUy
may
the first step, ned, endeavor to secure to my sincere thanks for their gentlemanly consideration,out came "tlie following epigram appeared in .the.Knoxville'(Tcnn.) Register
conduct and assistance in than which Martial
working said
themselves all never scribbled .
a learn that
we '
possible-advantllp, by putting leJs'lJatire of North
brig into port in her crippled state after better:-
c
their-hands on our property in France, 'Carolina. lie was born in 1773, and re-
t blockading bur breaking her rudder on tbocoast Florida; "With female patience here's to do moved thence ,
squadron in tho Medi while yet 4'boy to Tenneseee. -
, terranean.: I assure that this is also,for their politeness to me and atte'n.tion Serena,and her trials three! .

.... the conjectures of men you of high statioaho among to the vessel, when making repairs in .No\vl have read the poem through.. .
t nr -eeeh.-
the harbor of :
Key West. What d
> think-of
have all the Ole I"
means of information in A YANKEE PEDLAB.-n the
disap-
(Signed) SHEFFIELD
their power. Therejs great anxiety amongstus pearance of the comet in 1811 tho't
Master CalcvASS-The ,
" of COTTON many
brig Warsaw.
for the arrivals National
next from Europe. Thopacket Intel tho world to be
New Orleans Jan 22.GEORGIA. ligencer contains at an end. A tin pedlar,
of the 6th an interesting
January;it is expected ... communication firmly believing this of
If1C -... from the procured gallon
t Hon. II.
will give us all tho facts as to the effect' L. Pinckney, on rum, drank until ho could drink I
i the OFFICE, ) this subject, equally important to the P no more,
Message upon the Chambers, and t anand fell asleep A
Savannah Feb ter wag, observing this,
7 and
oM\'Vhich' 1835.) Manufacturer of C public opinion will have The and
apsuinedia knowing the fellow
' To the Editors of the Charleston thought the day of
France after its Courier. communication gives an account of
reception.. 'Cal cu- a course Judgment had come
1t ting on: a forty day's interval between the GESTLEMEN-We have just received by of experiments, instituted on board of the hide, and laying them, procured him some dry I

action or Uw Chambers and tho arrival ,of the Southern Mail, a letter from a Correspondent Erie and Peacock,and the Natchez, at teat him over with straw "and upon covered
the! news of the of which the is under the direction of Com. green hemlock
following Elliott
result at Washington, we a copy, to test boughs,to which beset fire and be-
mat powtblv .get the information by the which we hasten to communicate: tho relative strength of Cotton.and Hemp. hind Qhetiaroan'scartnrvoke going
gad;or *4th instant. But 'ST. AccrsTEfi en Canvass, which resulted in him by a blast
it b' Jan. manifesting from
quite as r, 30. cne of his own horns :the
the decided pedlar,
I 4 probable' that we 'd ll not .hare 'ilbetoro "To the Editor of the Savannah Georgian: superiority of the former. The thinking himself no longer antnhabiiant
4be and the particulars of the experiment
adjournment report Jasl i night on board the
was,that many of the members who have: SIR-I am sorry to inform you, that Natchez: are detailed in a letter thiaearthezdaimeduduatasIaprcted-hell '
recently slick "
in
our city was visited by fire last enough
f teen elected to the next Congress have eXpressed night. The received from the Commodore by'Mr.Pinck-
establishment of the Florida Herald with lie The ..
an intention to remain here, in the ) same communication also Contains ..
-Conviction} that it will be necessary to have all its type press,-p3pers, &.c. was corn- extracts from other letters received by Bulilftlltif May8rilkK-lt being

en extra session earl/in the summer. pletely consumed not single article was Mr. Pinckney, from the Commodore proposed to establish a banking institution
on
.. caved and the proprietor,James M.Gould, the subject of a at lt1aysyjUe! .
.
10. industrious honorable Naval Depot, in Charles- ,( y.) a number of the merchants
A letter, tojhe editors of the Baltimore} an young' man, was ton Harbor. On this latter subject, Mr. and business men of the place bad
not insured and has lost
Jt\.raerican, frpm-a correspondent at Wash possessed. ,As know every thing he Pmckney observes, "The people,of.Sou II r.i b a meeting orr the 9th instant, for the purpose
ington,speaks in the warlike you may ho had buta Carolina are much indebted of
following tone few months commenced the to the Co m ascertaining, as nearly as practiceble
bn it*subject of our relations' wkh'France: &c.of the editorship, motors for the interest he has manifested the amount of business, transacted in tin
a You"m recollect that I informed you paper, and was by his industry nod the i infotiriation lIe has embodied j that city, The icsuU of the information
supporting father
an aged and
In December last that, unless the.French I ever a young ma a deserved the mother. If bias rehtioata, that matter and wlJilo 1 tender thus obtained was, that the annual importations
Chamber thanks
of for '
Deputies rado In.appropria and benevolence sympathy my the valuable commu rib of Maysville were as follows:
tion te fulfil 1 the of a. community t1e or cations rpm whlcb
,
: ;
;
the Merchandise
wovita ,
treaty, war was ble. all otberslmeritsbotb. etttrocts are taken 6O6,O0) 00
ub9equegtevents ruweomfioned mj w. ... ,1.0.150 of embrace this mode! And this oPportu: Raw Materials maa'ctd 200,00000
fccipa.UQns. Congress will, before they ad- In of-tho one city glVlllg publicity to the opinions of Whiskey, 60,000 00
take tho consequence warlik character of
iourn, most decisive out beSt informed
steps to place I and Dumber, 30,00000
of the debate in the,House of Represent rienced Naval most ezp
hecountr/m attitude Officers Salt
of
off nCQ and'de ties en the 7th last a subject, not 35,000 00.
'fence I we only' most deeply interesting _r

.JPy aUMdroniirllie! Mediterranean "is. importers the Philadelphia of French U. S goods, CtetteTthattS in New > the stituents, but essentially ejected to witb on. | Total Importations} $1,021,000 00
ordered to Gibraltar, to prevent York true policy and highest interests
sequestra love instructed their or the -
jn
this
Mies.i.Fconch i agents city to government and
port, or blockade in a hold their} 'Nt1Yl.-CAttrluiOfl Co tvTrile the .
AI goods at.an advance r kr. a tall woman is stooping, tie! ,
little! ono hath swept the house.


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nr 3ttgUftCt.1SY M. Isambcrt relative to the negotiation e1 alone: Oh,! could he appreciate oursexalted h nttlt( tutr. :,
: sense of right, and scorn of wrong, "
o WEST, SOUTH FLORIDA.. with Russia, on the subject rcciprocal; our careful watchfulness over the --feeling, PORT OF KEY WEST i'

'" SATOnDAYMAKClI7,1833.Foreign reclamations ; which have noconnection and our,anxious sympathy for the woes of "" J

whatever with American 25 millions,&c. those around us, ,our refined sensibility,and ARRIVED l' 'I t
news,by late arrivals at N. York, and that our aspirations for all that is excellent ; he Fob. 28, Sch. Florida* Stout" Florida f ;
Enlightened
impartial judges see Reef, ballast j March, 1, Sloop Van Buren r '
assumed u somewhat important charccter. would no longer accommodate: his courseto ,
have the bon roil only requires firmness and the adventitious circumstances in whichwe Hoxic; Attaknpasi, 7 dny,passenger Mr. A. f ,I..
various Great Powers of Con
The \
the Government it and Thrustoh Brig;Somerset, Lewis 7
prudence- knows happen to be placed, or worship tho ; days J
tinental Europe have taken Sides upon some from Charleston: bound to St. Marks 2d
they will not fail to profit thereby. trappings by which wo happen to be adorn ; I
subjects connected with their internal) policy. LUCY. Schr Pizarroy Wcstf, Florida Reef, with ".
In answer to the above the Courier Fran. i ed.YfajJLLr+y) & tnntC'rillls'from the wrecked schooner
Events it would appear,are brewing,which ? Oliye )
cats ("pposition) says: Brunch to P.O.- Greene '3 Sloop Pulaski '
dismemberment SIIIP WRECK-SUPPbSED LIVES : ; 'i,
may, it is hoped, provide a The ministerial Journal of the evening. Cooloy, New River, ,arrow root, &c. to ; u
ofthat bane to republics<< ,the Holy Alliance. :' LOST. master. ', '
utters a cry'of distress:-it is indignant: \
consummation of this end devoutly Capt. WESTERN of the Schr. Pizarro,
Th so CLEARED.
the who seek it
against opposition, (as says) !
to be wished, will throw each Govern- i fell in with, on the morning of the 24tli l\Iarch.3,Brig Soriiert, Lewis,St Marks; ,iI'
to perplex the American Affair with a foreign '
rrjodt on its own resources, giving it a latitude ult. six miles S. S. W. of the Light Ship 4, Sloop Van Buron, Hoxte, Charleston'. a f
that of the Russian recla.
question
and freedprri'of action ro highly con- Tho,- Florida, a small schr. bottom lip, which The pilot boat Charles' Howe, spoke .on ; j
mations. two questions arc not so yesterday, the following vessels: :,', '
to liberty and a spirit of indepen proved to be the Pilot Boat Olive Branch '
'
genial
foreign one to the other ; they are moro Ship Manco, 38 days from Liverpool, i
of Savannah, Gco., partly loaded with rice, bound New "
dence. .. closely connected than that would to Orleans d ,

The Bill,.reported Congress by the wish to believe; for in the one paper, is seen the and full of water, main mast gone and, no Ship1 Mobile Transit, of and from Bath, boundto '
on board. From found on 10 days: out. .
Secretary of the Treasury, regulating the interests of Franco jeopardized, and the person papers
.
Brig Euphrates of Gardiner
8 fm
'
days
board, she was commanded by John lit
number and compensation of officers of the treasury imposed upon with, u ransom which) Bahimoreboiind ,to New Orleans

Customs, which has ,passed the Senate, should be lessened one half !-in the other, Lightbourn, and left Savannah for New Orleans Dng-Gc'o. Washington,of and from N. ;, .

WEST in the fifth class of offices on the 29tti of Ja; 'ary. Her crew York lOdayVouf bound Jo Apalachicola.
jd! ces KEY is seen France delivered to new demands: _

along with the Districts of Portsmouth when; a'treaty solemnly and dearly paid for, consisted ofJohn d l __ .,.. '

N. H., Passamaquoddy, Penobscot, New- declares all tho reclamations irrevocably H. Lightbourn, master. TO THE, PUBLIC. '

buryporf, New Haven, Neport, Bristol, and extinguished. The two affairs are analo- Win. L. :McDonald, .mate. IT U now about forty years: ,since the late '
Dr. Samuel Lee, of. Windham +
John Mitchell cook. Conn.,
.4
Warren, Richmond and Mobile. gous, from their family likeness we may: John Bone '" (now deceased,) began to furnish the public r
seaman.
Pensacola, St. Johns,and Apalachicolaare divine that it is the same cabinet that fig. with his celebrated ,"Lee's Windham Bil
Passengers: > ious Pill,"or Family'Physic.: the .
Through
in thc seventh class. St. and
Augustine
ures in both. Lieut.Soamour,,of the U. S. Revenue agency of Dr Isaac Thompson; of New
St. Marls inthe'eighth class.MIIBMnMMWaMnaiSBlBMataSM. The demand of M. Isambert, tho same Service. London, Gonn., these much esteemed JJ1)

journal states, had caused the Marshal Mor-: ions ()iUl,or Family Physic.have continuedever
,J CHEAT MEN:: NOT ALWAYS GOOD..AVTIIOR5T. Randal and Philip, slaves belongingto since they were made known to tho

" ITY.-Mr. Wyatt,in a late letter addressedto tier to express a determination to resign. his B. Lamonr,of Savannah. public, to'givd general; satisfaction to those
seat as President of the Council. who have made use of them, when obtained '
our Delegate Col. White, says-: From the situation in which the vessel ; ,
genuine;'but it is unfottunateforthe ,
public, i" .
In my first letter,. I.protested against "Ship building promises to be tarried oh was found, serious: apprehensions are enter as well j as to the proprietor of this celebrated \t

entering with you into private personalitiesI with great activity in Baltimore: (says the tained that'all,on board must have perished. medicine, that these Pills have ofter been.. ,\
American) the ensuing We learn counterfeited,and many families have had a ., t
admit in Billingsgate spring. Tho schr. towed into this the.
now your superiority a was port by article "I I'.Ipurioul
them-when
that several ships, brigs, and schooners, pilot put upon they +
controversy. That writer attained boats and steam boats, have been or Pizarro on the 2d inst. nearly a total supposed they, had' obtained the genuine I, j
the honors in his wreck and sold the 4ih inst. article and it i is a lamentable fact, that !
highest profession about to be commenced, for persons in Boston was on by order some tow Druggists will ptrchamethe ,t

(?)and bore off in triumph the palm New Orleans, Mobile, Buenos Ayres, of the court, and' brought $195. Cargo articleknowing( them to be suchand spurious ; r

of infamy, and took the first{degree a, a Havana, Key West, Norfolk and Charles consisting of rice and ground nuts, much Bell them as the genuine article, for tho j
t
ton. Tho character of the work of Bur paltry gain of two or three dollars on eacb 'J ? ,
calumniator. If shall ? sir damaged, sold for$10. q
you ( ) keep on, ,
favorable they The
Naval architects, and .terms on grace purchase. proprietor of i
you will soon become his equal-and can which it is prosecuted, will, we hope, al. this valuable medicine considers, his duty : t
claim with great propriety, the title of a ways be such as to keep our ship yards in UNITED STATES or AMERICA, ) to the public to bo at a very great expense
SS in 1
J advertising
very extensively tho newspapers IC
modern DiJJing gate." The italics in the full employment"The South. Jud. District of Florida. ) of the different States,to guard them j

above extract are ours, for wo must acknow- above notice reminds us.of rumor To the Marshal of the United States for against being longer imposed upon by hay r r\

1' dgeVe were not a little surprised! to find we have recently heard, that an agent for a the Southern Judicial District of Flor upon counterfeit them, when or they spurious ask for Lees' the,' Pills genuine,put t., I'I'fog I

that such'an important personage as Mister number of Insurance Offices, residing at idalireeting.WHEREAS article. In order that the community, :\ :

Billingsgate, I had inhabitedthis, beautiful, i this place, had recommended and was pros on this third day of March be.protected from such gross imposition* ;: I
I the of tho 1835John R. Western, by his Ad the subscriber (now proprietor of these ,
hough misused world-without-our having eeuting plan building, at expense proctor celebrated. Fills
signs his
Gordon hath filed his libel in the Clerks ) name at full "i
teen aware of it. Our doubts of his of underwriters,a vessel of about 60 ,am length, .. Isaac .1'b InPlon,"0!" a fed label \, '
Court of said District
office of the
Superior that is oh the outline t
burthen for the of envelope that will bo
existence' still remained however notwithstanding tons purpose saving
,stating and alleging that ho commands oiind( around eacb box of the genuine Lee'
the authority of Mr. Wyatt, and wrecked, property on the Florida Reef. Other the regular licensed wrecking schooner (Windfaam) Bilious Pills. ,or Fjrinjly'Physio.'

on referring to our copy of Webster, wo engagements may be contemplated or -izarra-tllat' on the 24tJ } ltruoryJie If,purchaser* will only be particular to .
actually entered into, for furnishing some I found a schooner called the Olive .Branch, I inquire for Thompson'. LeeV Pi'Ui,and+bsr ,
were glad to see that our ignorance was not careful to observe that hi.
i
name
tat
abandoned on I he high seas;that with great I. 'run
numerous
as great as we at first supposed. Webster of the vessels required in this labour he brought the, same to this port, length is signed on the red label'rQUnd
for saving the lives and securing each box, in his own hand writing! they
gives the following definition of the word quarter and prays that salvage be decreed to him will be of
sure pbtainiogihe genuine article.
this name the immense amount of property annually And whereas the Judge of said court hath The above mentioned
Billingsgate, n. (froma place of ',, Phi may be had of 1
in London frequented by low people, who stranded on our shores. ordered and directed that all persons con most of the respectable Druggists'throughout
cerned in the premises shall appear at the tho United State.; and of the shbscrl-
use foul language) Foul languae :ribald- -rFOR- court house at Key West, in said District ber, (proprietor) at New'London, Connec i '

l y. Ui. $ TIrE E."l t'laEn. to show cause of defence to said libel. ticut. ISAAC THOMPSON.fcfcTO .
;
t "The world was sad,tho Garden was a wild, Now therefore in the name and by tho .e '
LATE UMWFRANCE.. authority of the United States aforesaid THE PRINTERS IN THE U, S.! \
And 'man, the hermit, sighed till woman : The imposition the public in '
upon counterfeiting
1( We noticed in our last that we Ind received smiled" 1 You are hereby commanded in the most the above Pills, winch wjiep
: public mauncr to cite and admonish all per uine bate been-'.o" fully tested for forty
Havre papers of the 26th January, per Mankind sphere,since the world 7
every sons having or pretending >u have, any interest years, that the*prbprietor calls upon Printers P
Ship Champlain bound to Mobile-but began have promulgated opinions, and believed ,
right or claim in the premises, to be throughout' the Union to warn the i,
time was not allowed us to make any extracts unfounded positions, which, to a and appear at the Court house in"said District public, by inserting the above advertisement

from them.It calm and enlightened investigator, seem to on Monday tho thirtieth day of March, ,a few, times in theta papers, 'wbicb

have acquired this general credence from: instant, to show cause, if any they, have, will greatly benefit -their'subscribers, and i
would seem that the American Treaty them'
cannot
their very extravagance and novelty. A why the of the petitioner shall not they give more important;
had been und discussion in the Chambers; few of the incongruous nations, merits from prayer information than by inserting the advertisement
be .
t granted.WITNESS
and that some demand for information relative their singularity,particular attention; such the Honourable James Webb, 'this, ,are authorize,who to receive cannot afford dollar to do .
pne
to a claim of Russia for damages for instance, as, that a certain Jew is still Judge'of our said court, this third day of from me. tt any 'one of my agents, they 4 i

sustained during the invasion of Poland existing, who has wandered over the earth March in the year of our Lord one thousand sending to me, 'or) 'said agent, a paper '
I since the Crucifixion of Christ:-that a flight hundred and thirty-five, and of cootaimng said advertisement. I. T. j
by the French armies about 20years since; man has one rib less than a woman; that the Independence of tho United States the <<

had interfered with its further progress. It I all animals, on the land have their corres- fifty ninth year. JALDEN JOHN GEORGE ZIRIAX f.1

is almost impossible, however, to form any ponding kinds i in the sea; and tliat a certain A: M..JACKSON., ..,
day, of. the week. is more luckv".. than the -- tie public thariie baa opened :
just idea of the state of Ike debate from -- ---- elL rk INFORMS .
others. With these may be clawed the ESTADLISHMEN I Inrtbf
the want of preceding paPers. We have chimera, which still maintains a progressive Therefore Inoioye, Toall whom it may ... city wherr the businesa' carried op in
concern, that in pursuance of tho, abovo all its uriolls hraDcb' Dread, Cakes of
translated the items for the information that
following in the is
ascendancy world, woman monition from under the seal of the District every description1, Navy Ud.J.>>ilot Bread, Dt
of our readers, relative the Treaty only a necessary mechanical agent in the Court of the United* Slates of America &a. &c. are kept constantly,on llsiid, fresh I

:_ lO A hands of man, that her intellectual,is only for the Southern i/istrict of Florida, tome by the subscriber. "

From the Journal.ck Paris., equalled by berphysical weakness that, incapable directed and delivered: I do hereby Key West, Noy.-15, [6tfl "' V!

"It,was not enough for the oppositionto cultivation of receiving, which appreciating exalts and ennobles sterling the give manner public interested notice therein to all, that persons they be in and any W. E ire autherUed to announce Colonel t

misconstrue the words and calumniatethe Lords of Creation,and that the distinguishing appear before the Superior Court to be hole M -I3. 'NUTTALr; aWa +,' -t'WILLI

intentions of jbe Government relativeto characteristics of the sex, are in jrdin I den in and for the said District tho court candidate Florida in to the represent 24thr the Territo-of y,
Congress of the UnitMStates.
the United States-they seek to perplexthe ate vanity and fugacity.The house in Key.West, on Monday the thirtieth : t

consideration of the productions of an Edgcworlh, a Do instant, at 10 o'clock JI
i
Treaty throwing
.ATTOnN
by forenoon
Staeland their numerous "contemporaries, in the of that day, then and thereto AM UN V.: SNELLf, f
across it aquestion entirely foreign to the flashes of whose intellects have shod
interpose their claims for the same, and COUNSRLfAm' AT 1WW '
the subject of it ; they see that in despiteof such lustre o'er the '\world, are viewed by to make their allegations in support thereof Hw Apalachicola, Florida. I ',

,all their manoeuvres, the people beginto the contemnersof oursex as meteoric lights, :. THOMAS EASTIN, I> '

comprehend that there if nothing in the whose extraordinary appearance, like that U. S. Marshal, are authorized to announce Colonel
of some' celestial phenomena, violate all JAMES GADSDCN- a"candid- ."
South. Dis. of
c Treaty but a question; of good fifth, whether ordinary rales, of calculation-and whose Per JOS. A. THOl RON Florida. ate to represent the Territory of,lr'loridskhthe 1:

we owe, or do not owe, twenty fremsll. brilliancy only serves the general Dep.Mar., 24th Congress of the United States.ti ; "

ioris? and as simple questions are not very opacity! of woman in borer, relief. Vas it Marshal's Office, ) .
for that chit chat which the world de- V are authorized to announce Colonel
agreeable to them because they always tend not poroipatce'mall Key West,Much 4, 1835. \ fY J': .SEPH 'M. WJllT&u a cDodid.

to the advantage of the Ion droit, the mi. talk, we would, from the ....- .. - .. -- --. ate to represent the Territory of,Florida,
effect of debarred
I general this hallucination, be PERSON8 HAVING in the 54to Congress of the United Bute '
nority endeavor to perplex this,by exciting from lhat U feast of reason and flow N.oTICE-ALL. ME, OR WITH

at any cost-upon a question perfectly distinct ,of'soul," which tends so muchto, sweeten the estate of A. H. Day, deceasedare re- -TVTOTICEv-AU'personsLaving drmandill

,-the wild passions that they cannot the cup of ills, which our journey through quested"to call Oft, Cuarles M. Well, Esq. against the estate of Altxaoder Ham

\rt lope longer to excite the debate 'iife'pfesenls. How 'my soul has sickened who' f"is toj' .authorized agent.and attorney.. 1I1on Day, are-hereby required to present
by on the HENRY K. jmvCOMB, them withoa alt indebted
at observing man of iutelligeuce, placing delayaod person
--* ,
Treaty with_ the United Stale us a par with the inanimated productions fur biouelf, and as tosaldestatearerequested ,to upon .
It is thus that Ad'mr of A, 11. Day. ditto payment to. 11. K. NEWCOMD
the
from chisel and
opposition avail them- a sculptor derivingI t
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originally and all who feel an interest in tho general. The Amaranth takes no part in GEORGE BRUCE, & Co.
pr The following.dashlng poem appeared tile discussion of religion or politics,andin New Yorlf.ft I
the lit of January 1829, (as its improvement of,, youth. this rule have I
on adhering to ,We excluded many -Ofderefutthe
'title sufficiently, indicates) in tbo London f'f is not quite a year since Parley's MagJBL articles horn its columns -The same regulation attended above Foundry wilt'le! I

New .iVlonthly Magazine, and was extensively : ,aiino. was commenced,during that short, 1 1er1O.d.1L'o will be continued\,although elegance to immediately if teat to
number subscribers have" increased A. E.
time. / I MlLLFft
at that .
republwhed and and poignancy sometimes receive -
we to 20,000 and tho work has received power may N.o.4 Broad-st Charleston
agi Sr
by
lost nothing ,
however has l a denial. The work is note permanently "
even to many everywhere, the most unqualified ap May 23
deem it not inferior in moral, t established although at its commencement .
loftier and iiidder strain _Nt* Y a&ER. probation., It, baa found i iU I way to thousands there '-.
a of families, .and while it has enteredthe wereprobablythosewhoprctiageditfduration
: : social 'circl ,'its unobtrusive lessons to be but like Jonah's .8100R
EiOt1T St.TWENTY-NINE.
'rWERTY- gourd. It has been patronised by those .
Late, we trust, often had a salutary influ
t heard a sick man's dying sigh, whom we should feel proud to name, were
the mind and heart. It
And ah Infant's idle laughter{, ence on juvenile we permitted and of whose continued kindness
e w a
the school
with by- has alto found its way to room } 1do
The Old Year Went mourning and attention wo have assurance.'fhe' .
and classes of pupils have been cheer ,
New came dancing after I many Column of the Amaranth embrace
The from prison
ed twice a month by the welcome voice of ESCAPED two J1e
Lot Sorrow shed her lonely tear, original tales, essay&c.. from the pens of as rou
(ho teacher bidding them to lay aside, for a runaways- .
1 Let Revelry hold her ladlesbring known' and distinguished writers, and JONES is about 5 feet 5
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or 6
few days they class book which they havre'ad inches
bier tJith'about
of cypress rothe
boughs time we intend hereafter, to pay for such articles 26 years of age,
over and over, perhaps twenty commonly
Fling roses on the cradle ; as shall be acceptable from those whoso whiskers, speaks quick, land has 'rrar
and read the of Parley's Magazine. I a
the funeral state t pages pleasing'
Mutes to wait on
communications will add interest to
: any countenance,commonly known
l Tho demand for the work, to be used in by tbo
winet :
D:1me
Pages pour"the work extant. We are awaro it will put us of Bill-CIII+ISTOPIIER
schools' is rapidly increasing. l>U.AAIRri>
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-A requiem for TwentyEightAnd to much but we are resolved to do is about
expense, very stout C feet high
.. Encouraged by unexampled success, and
health to Nine tc about
Twenty
a the publishers have, resolved to render it every t1J Dgio our power to render the work 30 years of age, speaks slow and is of

t still more worthy of so liberal a patronage; worthy a liberal support, and the only wayto downcast countenance, is known a
, r human happiness 1 by tJc
Alas s'for t I receive the encouragement of the public name of Chambers, hey
.and not to remit their exertions till they see say they
Alas t for human sorrow!, articles. We makeno are frc*
is to for well written and will endeavor to
i it introduced into families and 'schools, pay pass as sucu-it is
Our yesterday is nothingness, ? thro the whole.length and breadth of pretensions to asuperiority over other toed they will try to get to the Indian T
.
What else will be our morrow
he United State. literary works; we have no hired editorsto tion, as DIIIIas been seen at Indian rive

Still Beauty must be stealing hearts i In this view they have secured new aid puff us into notice,nor doVe send forth and the boat Chambers wentoffin hasbe/'

r ?'. And Knavery stealing: purses tarts in the editorial department. The late editor long-winded prospectus, to trumpet our own found to the northward of Cape Florida !
life making ,
Still cooks must by literary << and promising to out- the boach-Thc
of the Juvenile Rambler, who:in addi- consequence! above reward will he pai
And wits by making verses ; do all others. Not our journal can speak for for their ;
delivery to
debate tion to his qualifications as a writer'/or the me at Key West
todrts
>, Wbile sages prate and ., itself ard we wish for to subscribe, for either or
shine < young, has the advantage of,.many years experience no one $50 of
The same atari let and ; them.L.
unless he thinks it deserving of
hcnceforth patronage. F.
Tweo- .as a teacher assist BREAKER.
And the world as it rolled through '
Nothing h i admitted into the paper which '.
in conducting it. iWe Sheriff M.

t y.Must. tty-Eight roll through, Twenty-Nine. .propose to present in the progress of does not poises merit ; album poetry (I Hand Key West, Jan. C3, 183$. [15trJ C.
: communications dry and hackuicd
such volume,a great variety of interesting upon
.' ,. unless of the first order In the Superior Court the
arc
of
subject
very Southern .
Some King will come, in Heaven's good important topics, among which are the following Ju
: entirely excluded. The selections are made dicial District of Florida.
time, I. Natural of beasts birds fishes from the very best Foreign and American Richard Roberts, '.
I ; To the tomb his father came to: History" ; J
-.Some Thief, will wade through blood and reptiles insects,plants, flowers, trees, Periodicals,with which the Editors arc regularly vs. f ."
y crime the human frame,&0, supplied,and every thing of interest 57 Bales of Cotton, pickIn Admiralty
,
,t and importance will have place"in its Col cd at .
,To crown ho has no claim to ; II. Biography ; especially for the young. up sea.ALL
.Some suffering land will rend (ln'twain'' III. Geography ; accounts.of places,man umns. In noticing new publications, wo persons interested in the above ease
I have, and shall continue Io take an independent .1".
arc notified
The manacle that bound her; ners, customs&c. hereby that all the'rejiduo
.:And I'atber"e ltnkl'bfthe broken chain, IV. Travels and Voyages ; in various. course ; we shall not be governed by of tho money for which he above Colton

fasten them proudly round her parts of the world. bribery, but make our remarks devoid of was sold by the Marshal of this District
j-To ; fear,or the hope of ( 'th The grand and great will love and hate, V. Lively destriptions ofho curiosities afor. payment of tho salvage and expenses .

i And combat,tmd combine of nature and art : in each of- the. United_,__n__ not be altogether ncclectcd, but receive in said cause,has been .naid .into <.i.... "A
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{ 1,Jind much whore. we were in Twenty.t. States, and in other countries. share of notice ; he musical department also gistry of the Court, where it will remain

Eight, VI. Lessons on objects that daily surround -. will command.avbarc of attention. for nine months, unless sooner claimed by

We shall be in Twenty-Nine. children in'the parlor, nursery, garden Tie work is embellished occasionally with the person or persona entitled to the same.

,ttc, Accounts of trades and employ- engravings executed in the best manner.and or his or their legally authorized a ent.
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O"Connell'will toil to raiso tho Rent, ments. mimic with accompaniments for the Piano A. II. DAY, C'JIr.
1 t VII. Particulardutiesof Forte, flute, &0. The terms, to city sub-
And Kenyon toaiok the Nation; the young r to By II K. NEW COMB, D. C
> And Shiel will abuse the Parliament, parents, teachers, brothers,sisters, &c. scribers, ono dollar and fifty cents, in ad- [ollmOm]
to ? And Peel the Association ; VIII. Di'iie lessons and stories. vanceor two dollars at the end of six months.As .

And thought of bayonet and swords IX Narratives; such as are well'authenticated our country subscribers will be taxed TH E SUBSCRIBER respectfully in

Will make ox-chancellu1'IlDerry; original tales. : postage on their papers, we ,shall exact but Ins friends and the public that
,And will be in the House ono dollar,if always paid i advance; otherwise ho is prepared to do all
kinds
jokes cut of Lords X. Parables,fable,and proverbs,'where they will be the usual TING. of JOB PRl!;*
subscrip He
And throats ia the connty of Kerry the charged hopes by attention to business
; morals is obvious and excellent.XI. tion. .
These will be
regulations to merit
And writers of weight will speculate strictly liberal patronage.
On the Cabinet's design; Poetry ; adapted to the youthful capacity adhered to. J. ATKLNSO.V.

I And just what itdid inTwentyEight: and feelings. No-subscriptions received at a distance, Key West, Nov. I. ,
"It "iltdq in Twenty-Nine. XII. Intelligence ; embracing accounts (except from agents,) unless accompaniedwith :

; ,. Juvenile books, societies, andrcmarka- the payment for one year in advance. :BOOT .& SHOE rfJR

And the Goddess of. Love will keep, her blo occurrences. An edition of the paper is published at East SUBSCRIBER
.- smiles, Macy of these subjects will be illustrated Bridgewater,Mass. where all communications THE WOULD IN-

i And the God of Cups his orgies ; I I by numerous and beautiful engravings, pre- ,&c. must be addressed to George H. WEST, That THE he has CITIZENS established OF KEY)

And there'll be riots io St..Cile0, I pared by the best artists,and selected with Drown, po5t paid, or they will remain dead I himself iJ

And.wedding George's ; a view not.enly to adorn the work, but to in the o1n e. We are obligedto adopt this and tbeBOOT&SHOEMAKINGBUSINESS solicits

And Mendicants wilUup like Kings, improve the taste, cultivate the mind, and rule,as our postage has become a heavy tax public patronage.C .
W.
raise the affections of the youth to us. ANDREWS.
And Lords will swear like Lacqueys ; and appropriate upon Feb. 28, 1333, [20tf.J
And, black eyes oft will lead to rings, them better worthy objects. We wouldmake (&- The next volume of the Amaranthwill
And rings will lead to black children,better brothers, bo issued
eyes ; belter sisters weekly, $4 per annum, of the
And,prettj. Kate will scold her mate, better pupils, better associates size and style-of the New-YorkMirrorand 'NJOTICE.-All persons having demands
and in
In a dialect all.divine ; the end, better citizens. hose of subscribers who wish to have l against the estate of Alexander Ham

Alas. i ,they married in Twenty-Eight, We beg the friends of education, especially the paper, will please notify us before the ilton Day, are horeby required to present

They will part ia.Twenty.Nino.I parents in and teachers, to view the expiration of the volume A semi-monthly them without! layand all persons indebted
matter this
I light. Let children look up edition will also be continued as usual,at to eaid eat ate are requested to make immo
the \
'aty Uncle will swathe his gouty limbs, on pictures, not as pictures merely ; $1,60. diate payment to H. K. ''NEWCOM,

A nd talk of his oils-and'blubbers ; but let them be taught to study them. What ,Key West,Jan" '5','1835"[uI68w] Ad'mr.
...'.My Aunt Miss Dobbs, will play longer can be more rich'valuable materials for instructive O};OurexcLapgo list has increased to

hymns, lessons than a good engraving such an extent, that we are obliged to erase

And lather looger-rubbers ; After this brief explanation of our principles many valuable papers (rem our list, and SIX WEEKS after date I shall apply to

:My Cou,ia in Parliament; will and purposes we ask the cooperationof much against our inclination ; however, to Honorable the Judge of the coun
.How utterly ruined trade is prove all vho receive this circular. Will you those who have, and still contipue to pub. ty court for Monroe county, for letters cf

i M at Eaton will fall in; love aid us by your influence in this great work, lish our prospectus, we shall feel in duty administration on tho estate of H. S. Wa-
With half a hundred ladies the formation of mind and character for the bound;to extend towards them the hand of terhouse dcc'd. JACOB 1I0US 1AN.
; rising generation1 Will assist fellowship.Nov. 'Feb.5, 1C35. [nl86w]
My Patron will sate hia pride from you us all in'your
''t1ii '. And,his thirst from Oourdeaux wine plate, power, in endeavors to introduce lit 1834.

red to American schools, parlors, and firesides,
JJis nose was in Twenty-Eight, Subscriber
i, Tmll be redderin. 'Twenty-Nin, the stories end lessons of Parley's Magazine BRUCES NEW YORK TYPE FOUN- THE. the public would, hat Leis inform bis friesdi .1
Every single number of.the new'volume The subscribers prepared to

I :. 0 t I shall will have a strong. u.nfl r nne.w, .Htf<..i..........i-. inform the orintera.. that tliow 11Io.respectfully attend (o any business that may be entrust
And find bow,day by -- -- --- -- -- ---* / ..e..nnlw ed to his in
day, sufficient --.- -* ---'- ---/ t.vxuitw care the
! All thoughts and things look older; for to presirve the work in good order completed a variety of new ,fonts of Jetter AUCTION AND COMMISSION

.How' the laugh of Pleasure grows less The binding, and for use in schools. in the style of the latest European spoci- His office is up stairs in Mr. F.A. Browne's LINe

; gay. yearly'subscription being one dollarour men',well calculated ornamental printing War House, where(
friends will hemay at all times be
'And the heart of percetvfklbo impracticabilit sasteful display and
friendship colder t of + or ; making an assortment found.
i' 'Hut still I shall bo what I bare been .keeping It, it iJpen sojlany thousand accounts of Printing Types unrivalled in He takes this of
opportunity
Swom foe,tq ,Lady.Reason, } should thereforfindispensable that beauty,extent and variety. book of specimens j thanks for past favors, and rendering I
And we require payment always in ad be obtained hopes, by unremitting -
seldom troubled with the spleen, may at the Foundry, attention to business
_
vance. to merit
/ And fond of talking treason j No. )3 Chambers street, near Chatham it. Continuance of public 'i
Two patrona
.1 stall buckle 01"strait, and leap my gate, numbers more will closo the firstyearand It contains specimens frotn Twelve Line JOS. A. e
.. And throw, we now give notice that all who Pica to Pearl THOURON
and write my line desire to -comprising [Dec. 6, lR34. nJ-t) \
X ADd' the wont*,0-t worshipped iQ Tweoty- continue the Yagazincmasiw- 45 forms of Roman Caps with 1. case.
fy their
EightsJ intentions by a seasonable advance 35 do Italic do do

shall worship in Twenty-NJoe. for the second ,ear. 6 do title Roman do do WE arc authorized! to announce Colonel

1 If any of the subscribers should not receive 5 do titlo Italic do deS WILLIAM B. NUTTALL as a

; Hffow:or OTURicoMM0iab all their numbers, they can request do h'd R min* & "*-- tlo candidate to represent tbe Territory of
wrrp NATURB.If the post master notify us of'such as are 17 do Antique do do Florida,in the 4tb Congress of th United.
e'er again my spirit bo .nowej Sltes.
Converse with Names tohef missing, and they shall be sent again free of J2 do Black do do

Where lone pnd mantled chambers deep charge.. 5 do Open Black do do
with V. SNELL
the rolling ATTORNEY
,
ClOUd, Ten copies free of postage.ttTo 'do Script do do HlUlLJN LLOR
AT LAW
5 do Germ'nTextdo
'19btt broods o'er !lowborn waters, as they ( accommodate .oc atioDSschooll 25 do do ,ApalacJticola Florida
z
Twol'nerom'ncaps! with
leap and individuals,(or the distribution, will fin- ,......
we 11 do Two lines Italic
.Jp word-like ,flashes down tho heathery deliver at any post a>>ice in the U'nijed 10 do 8u'd Caps, of various capitals.kinds. WE are Authorized to Jt10UDCC Colonel

steep, States, free of postage, ten copies to one i 6do Open do do GADSD as a can r From caves of mystery: ;-if I roam address for dollars ate to represent tho
once ten remitted to 144 with 7 do Italic capitals: and Territ t o:of Florid ,i:
more out COIL ; figures. the 24th Congress of ""
LILLY. WAIT & the States.
CO. Vnjt
Besides ornamental :;
letters
,
Where darlr pines quiver to the torrents Boston Feb.'IS. backslope,
roar musiclottery figures, piece fractions, wiperiora -' W] la ve authorized tox.laboc a Colonel

( ADd votceM oak respond;-may.Dot reap PROSPECTUSor, ,aatr'nomical lad o enIfn', space JOS5PJI M. AVWITE as a cnndid.. )

A more enQo a loftier power ?W5 rulesbrass rules, ornamental dashes, long ate to represent the Territory of riorjds,

Th&D e'er wsN ,shed 00 ''LiCe' mire vernal AMARANTH brace, more than two hundred kinds of in the 24th Congress of he.United Statej.WE .
hour borders,and more can logo kinds of coil '

fromlUcI&communion'-''' I I then stall A8ewi-montbly Journal Literature anil and ornaments for icbool books pe""F', arc authorized to announce fl,jor

know, the .Arts. pen and scientific workj order!for WJ of WILLIAM WYATT a candid-

That not in rain have sorrow, love, and B Brown G. .11. BNtIft* Wit, which,or compoJiog atickl, aw", c ate i t. represent the,:F' rtitory of Florida.
&c. will be m the 4th
thought More than two e expected wth the PtIPOJi Congress the United States.
promp.
years have elapsed
> Their long still work of preparation wrought the commencement: of the amaranth since titudea lure stock: being ahaYI OD wa.

>For tba.t more perfect sense of God reveal during that perioC1 it has received' and They will also execute orders for prjuttiu Job printing
a steady ink, &c. which
presses
ed below. increase; of patronage. To be in they win t usn 1i at rF
Tbo oath of lover is tault u the manufacture ,pricet. I ECUTED AT
a. no stronger than the wtnmoq fctof humanity and we make THIS OFF CA
the work of a tapster; they are boUi the DO pretence ofan exemption from the PfPteof pc..papc" will please pub-
confirmed ot false charge; tUs adIvert uement(with thi BLANK BILL
howeter notetbnte )F
reasouinga.-$3iug: ,our intentions are to Lave as few times,. LADING NEAT.
-Kwz seven as possible, while we rodeavor the sendipg a paper conning it.to the LY PRINT AND FOR SALE
rouad.4n4
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