Key West enquirer
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00049046/00026
 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: April 11, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00049046:00026

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;E NtQ'U'I'R'ER. ent form of govecament'anil which; "attT 'I,
._ ,. =- I ; .II guaranteed unto u,,,o long as* each,depart* ,,p i :
Published CTcry S3turdayr-at FIVEDOLMLARS t, i; meat of her is kept within ,its legitimates }< 1,1,1i
per annum J' I, ; : hero of action. We jire ,s'n ,favor.of,a r ,k
ADVERTHSMEICTS inserted at the rate of : strict const ruction of the Constitution-and ,'
One Dollar :and Fifty Cents per square, (or.thenrstinsertion t.. : opposed to all systems which::' bare for their ; ,' .
,and ScventvFiv* Cents i ..Q.I... object tho taxing of the many-for bene f I ;
for each subsequent continuance. All\Advertisements I fit of the few, or of laying! restrictions upon ,,.'. \'\1
will be continued until other.wise Commerce or domestic industryandaballresist it
ordered. None will be consideredless oil, encroachments by the Federal '{ ;
.... -- -- Government on tho rights of the States and k.f"J
the optioO'or the,Editor, until all I thus express oar crefetenco for tho princi. 'tj ,(
arrears,arc paid.All .. I. shall that patty only so lonr Il
support u
to the Editor business _
letters on -- -
they adhere"tQihoae p"rinciples-; motto i
must be. Post "Paid.For .. B' NEW YORK TYPE FOUN- RONALDSON his, long established and being emphatically U Principles, not men,'* 1,
'" --- -- -- Mariners---;: DRY.-Tho subscribers respectfully very extensive Typo Foundry, tho subscribers and our ambition to do andsustain; ri,bt. ti\ .1
the information of generally, inform the printers that I have formed for tho As
they have recently co-partnership we dcsi u making the Mercury vehicle f' I
we hare procured from the Collector the completed a variety of new fonts of letter purpose of;continuing said business! and for of (general information to all claut1'ot',tho ,
following schedule of the situation of the in the style of tbe latest European specimens the convenience their friends and patrons community, we ball at all times endeavorto !
Light Houses along the Florida shore ,well calculated for ornamental printing ,have removed their establishment to amore present to our patrons'regardless'of'la. ;
under his supcrintcncc. or sasteful display,and making an assortment central part of the city. As it is their bor or expense, tile latest Commercial aDct'f f
/ CAPE FLORIDA LIGHT.-Stationary of Printing Types unrivalled in I intention to keep on hand a good assortment Political Intelligence, both Foreign' and "
_Situated on .the South side of Key Bis beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens of the best type, and to make such additionsand Domestic: I with as great a variety of Lit. ..
cayne: about 400 yards from the beach may be obtained at the Foundry, improvements as tho taste of the trade ciary and Miscellaneous matter, as our limits ,'.,
The Light may be considered 70 feet above No. 13, Chambers street, near Chatham st. and the wants of the country require, they will permit. ,Our columns will remain ,
the level of the sen, distant from the gulf It contains specimens: from Twelve Line flatter themselves that this establishment open to the temperate discussion of any
stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing 10 Pica to Pearl-comprising will merit a large share of patronage. They I subject connected with
I .
.. ..nnt'ntt'h.. within.. __ __ !1 .2! _miles__ of the exeluding
f eelight t i.i a j "i'i"-- n n-- -- 45 forms of Roman Caps with I. case. have now several fonts on hand,which can all scurrlllitv and 'persona splean.Id .
Lat. 25 47 N-Long. 80 42 W. 35 do Italic do do be furnished at a few hours notice, and are jl jlII fine, whatever will be productive of spec*
LIGHT SHIP FLORIDA-Is situatedon 5 do title Roman do do II prepared to make fonts of all weights and dill rendering'beneficial the varied natural
Carysford's Reef, near the site of tho 5 do title Italic do de i sizes, from Pearl to 92 line'.Pica', includinga advantages of o r.Stato, elevating the com,
old one,in Lat ?5'08 li;;-Long. 80 27 \V. 6 do sh'd Roman do do great variety of Ornamental Letter.! merciat character.of our city, or mcliora*,
, It is 'easily'distinguished, u two distinct 17 do Antique do do Their assortment Cuts and Dashes, Brass ting tho ;'moral' social and'political ;condition
lights are shown, which can generally be'seen 12 do Black do do Rule, and other ornaments 'will be'found to of our peopiIV ill meet with. our ardent,
at the distance of 12 mile Its object 5 do Open Black do do be very extensive, of which specimens: will and humble support. -
, is to warn vessels from the dangerous; 5 do Script do do ho forwarded to Printers as soon as they CONDITIONS..
rocks and shoals near which it is placed. 5 do Germ'n Text do do can be prepared. The Savannah Mercury will Id published

KEY WEST LIGHT Stands on theS. 25 do Two 1'nerom'n caps with figs' Printing ,Presses of every description, daily throughout the Fear. on a- super royal
West,Point of the Island of Key West, 11 do Two lines Italic capitals. Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, sheet, at Seven Dollars por1annum>*payablttsemiannually < :
is in iat. 2433 1-2 N.-I.ong.8I' SC 1-2 10 do SUM Caps of various kinds. Composing.Sticks, Brass Galleys, Imposing in advance. ,..'> I
W. ; erected for the purpose of guiding yes. G do Open do do Stones,. Cases, Paper and Press Boards, The Mercury for thecoantry'willbepublishcd ,: J
gels when entering the harbor ; the directions 7 do Italic capitals and figures. : Standing Presses, Furniture, together with to meet the arrangeihent olh'e'iaaft., 1
for which arc as follows i Bring the Besides ornamental letters,. backslopc, a complete assortment of all articles used three times a week'at the''office of'the"Sa- J
brarN. N. W. and the Sand Key music,lottery figures, piece fractions, superiors in a Printing Office will be kept constantlyon vannah Mercury, and will' bo 'sent to all I
Light to year\V. S'l W. and you cross:: the ,astrh Domic:>> and othersigns space hand. parts of,the Union,or delivered I IB,the City,' 'i
Reef in. about- 5 fathoms' water; run for Key rules, brass rules, ornamental dashes, long Small fonts, suitable for Bookbinders, at Four Dollars per annum, 'payable in ad
West Light until within two miles, then braces, more than two hundred kinds of in great variety, may be had when called Vance, or Five at the expiration of, six
steer N. W. until you open Fleemin 's Key bordersand more I than 1000 kinds of cuts for. months..twill contain all the Intelligence,
-which is a Mangrove Island in- the northern and ornaments tor school books, newspapers Olden from all parts( the Union will be Commercial, Political, 'Literary and Mit-
part of the harbor,and then run for it. and scientific. works; orders for any of promptly and mOit carefully attended to, cellancnus, including advertisements. publishcd ,
The best anchorage in the upper part of' which,or composing sticks, cases. chases, and particularly in supplying SORTS for: all in the daily'paper.Advertisameats .
the harbor. Height of the Light flousdfrom &c will be e xpcctcd with the utmost promptitude fonts furnished by their predecessors, Bin will conspicuously in*' t tInted ,
the level of the sea, 83 feet G inches. ,a large stock being always on hand. ny feRonaldson,and Richard: Ronaldson. hi botb papers,at 75 cents per squaf ,
Light Stationary. They will also execute orders for printing Stereotyping all its branches,executedby of fourteen lio'I,'for tho first insertion aod !
SAND KEY LIGHT-Revolving once presses, ink, &c. 'which they will famish at L. Johnson, as heretofore. thirtV'Soven,andta, half' cents, for each io I )'j
in54fteconds. It is the best light oniheJ. the manufacturer's prices. JOHNSON & SMITH.No. cccdtug publication. : r,
coastTSr W.by 8. from Key West Light.Lat. .1 Printers of newspapers will please pub* G, George St. Philadelphia, 1033fc .. All ,communications by mail, ,must be._ ; 1
24 2C N-Long* 81 57 W., situated lisp thisadertisemen1witlJ tl&isuo'tethree' ( Publishers,of Newspapers who insert; post palel. ". / !
directly on the Reef. The Light 70 feet times,sending a paper containing it to the this advertisement, and forward a paper GHEAr,V VAtVADLRANn INTEBESTrSO.WORK' I
above the sea.TORTUGAS. Foundry, and receive payment.when they containing1 itto J. ,& S. will be entitled to The Family Physician! and Gaxctte; ; of Human '
LtOItT..Stationaronone purchase four times the amount of tbeir bills I $3, payable in'settlement of their accounts \ :
the Dry Tortugas Islands, near the from the Factory; I'' when their bills amount to not less than f 10. ; ''
western extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 I .. J. fc 8. Being a Library of Health aD4)1"leni., ,, ;
83 10 W and of Popular and General; Medical
31 -Long.
ti New York. PROPOSALSFOR Knowledge, rendered familiar.'to. eve'If
( Orders for the above Foundry will be individual I embracingevery subject con
LIGHT HOUSE AT THE MOUTH OF attended to immediately if sent to PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST, nccted will the prevention,' trtatment,
ST.JOHN'S RIVER. A. E. MILLER. .. and cure'of diietscsthe .dualities of f'
A new light house has recently been N b. 4 road-st;' Charleston,'8.C.' ., A: '{,NEWSPAP.EUTo ; medicines, their;ttocd and:ill i'effectsbQ I

erected at the mouth of. the St John's River May 23 BE EftTITtSD THE: health the ingredients.of secret or pst,j
,E. F. which was illumined for the first TO ,THE, JPUUL1C.' i ent medicines=the true'priociplesV/Mt*

time, on the 18th Dec.last. is now about forty years,since tho'late: tmtftsT'.QVm.R. lug and drinking. of eating# and drinkingto '
," been politel1.urnisbed, by an IT live-domestic cookery-chemistry- :
Wo have Samuel Lee, of Windham, Conn,'
intelligent shipmaster, with the following (now,deceased,)began to furnish the public THE UNDERSIGNED, begs leave re. and and a'gNat interesting variety knowledge of curious,of,the valuable hkrheit '.
directions and bearings :- with his celebrated Lee's Windham Bil-. to offer prepositions,to this
Bring:the light house to lea S. by W. ious rill',"or Family Physic. Through tho enlightened public, to publish a weekly importance from the to pf;all,n,,,and nkInd.hitherto, "' hidden : \
naif W.in four fathom waterand make for agency: of Dr Isaac Thompson, of New newspaper under the above title. It ,shall 'number '
Contributed to ,of
by 'pra.iM
it. This Will carry a vessel drawing 8 or London,'Gonn., these mnch esteemed Bilious be principally devoted to Commercial 1 Intcllincearty' Physician' i

9 feet, safely in at;,high water. Continue Pills,or Family Physichavc, continuedever I controversy shall be mIfrwy The object) of this.orJr'iJ to preienUViry -"
course for the light until you have .4 since made known to the -
your they were
excluded.The connected 'with diseases end.itd
fathoms, and haul up N. W. by W. for the public, to give general satisfaction to those ,'. .
of the which and
undersigned fr;fully aware treatment, by itsTsimpllcity jespicuity
If the house on
river. large .
mouth of the obtained
who have made use of'them, of.its details,shall 'enable"all whb
of the task he is about to undertake
side the river can enn1' difficulty
starboard of
the for the
genuine but it is unfortunate
; be tbo nioal
brier wish to gblylnored.iD'Uda
north noint of the beach to ''and in' consideration of his want of !
-.-- the" ------. ---- !I..w..IIII".. .. tn. t\\.. rietoroltbtecelobrated ,
-- -- and.important oratfencea,
W. W half W. and run for it until these has obtained the offer( of interesting
hear S. by medicine, that Pills have otter been experience, polite ; I' The ad vantages,o( suck. to
you got the above bearing of the light, Co'uD1crteitedaridmanJCamilies have had a assistance from friends, whose ago and alt ranks'society need not t.m'iie.t'u; f
then run for it as above directed and you article them when they to to
spurious put upon qualifications render them competent on, since tbipy:;.must suggei} themselves
'trill have the greatest depth of water, that supposed they had obtained the gcnuine'artlele : tlrtjtask. For his own part, 'he pledges every 'reflecting mind' ,under the influence
there bon the bar. ; and it is a lamentable fact, that himself that so fcr, as 'Jli, health and of tbe diffusion ef sound medical know*
This light douse! will be,of great impor will }
some few Druggists purchase tbe'pel- all classesetnpiritisnsmtiatbl
tance. No notice, has, to our knowledge, I rious articleknowing( them to be Iucb,)and strength will permit' the public nay rely ledge among the' weapons'with
disarmed of dangerous ,
of its erection. The consequence upon tho utmost regularity in the publication -
been published sell them as the genuine article, for the which it,wars successively against the lift
has been, that masters of vessels I paltry gain of two,or three dollars on each of t per; of man I. the abusive employment; ,,medicines .
have been deceived, and in one instance, a they purchase. The proprietor of Great pans will be taken to obtain the so baneful to healthwill i ii',,ta e to
vessel mistook the object, for another light, this valuable medicine considers! at his duty earliest and most correct intelligence, of the, rational ''administration of reraedul
and ran to St..Augustine; causing a delay to tho public'to be at avery grcat'cxpense Wrecks and'''Wrecked Property, and also and the scientific experienced:
in reaching. h4rdesUQationofeeveral days. in advertising very extensively in the news reports of vessels pissing'near' tho Florida agents wilt br aided in hit1 efforts papers of the different States,to guard them | Deviate the suffering !of buman1t f. Nth ,J
E. WHITE & WiLLUM Jl GAR, imposed by bay Reef. of the rbrfc I
R against being lODge upon pfGEanzIriv'fricndlytotli; under' ing that can add to tie utility 1
ESPECTFULLY Inform the Printersof ing eounterfeitor spurious Lees> PiUs put : ahall neglected. 'The frine itles':of deit jl'
the United"States.'to m they have upon them, when they ask for the; eDulDo taking will please receive subscrlpt'6 and and regimen shall ,be, explained; and:Jtheir .. ad;
Jon: been individually known as established article. In order that the community may forward the names Yo the Editor aii" soon as application enforced. The ingredients 4 ;

Letter Founders that they have now formed be protected from, such gross imposition, possible.'a. secret remedies shall be given and the whole
a co-co-partnenhip in said business, and I the subscriber (now proprietor of these ; ATKINSON. subject of materia medica shall be dUcufted *
nope from tEcif united skill and experience, : celebrated Fills) signs his name at full I/)834. and explained: in a lucid IndahtpTofctyltf.: jO
to be,able| to give full satisfaction to all who length, Isaac Thompson"on a red label October- ,." r _" ( > r A premium bf'$100wg1 bV. slvatde4to /I
may favor thetn with.orders. I that is on the outsine envelope that will bdonnd _PROSPECTUS the writer of the best efsaft exceed- 11 I
The introduction of machinery in' place around each box of tbe genuine Lee' or,11g.- : 'r' lag 20 pages octivo) on thei& nntae.( ,U I V1 j
of the tedious and unhealthy practice ofcasting (Windham) Bilious Pills,or Family Physic.If 8AVANNAIIMERCURY. the community of Uie Pit'''dilbioD ofmedical
type by,bands Tonga desideratum by purchasers will only be particular to r knowl dc The essays,are fo bep
the Eurepejm and American Founders,was, inquire Thompson's Lee's ,Pillsf and be A DAit MoaniKo rrcB, directed, post paW, to the editor., 'II all d

KT American '$ingenuity and a heavy expen- careful to -observe- that. his" .. name- at full" I Devoted to Commerce -Ar.ri 1t e-l'ol. June De f'J : .
diturbof\ time and,money;'on the'part of our length is signed on the red label around itics. -.Literatureand. GeneralIntelligence. The awatd,of'tbe" premium will depend
senior partner,firs: ;successfully: accomplished each box, in his own hand writing they \ upon tb 'deei lori of seveial erniaent 'fb1 ,
,,- Extensive use of the machine cast lef- will be'sure obtainiogihe"genuine article. To bctditcdjnd: jn&tshed in. tie, city of] ioiant .- 1
ter,'>ias tully tested and established ''U.IUpericnity The above''mentioned Puts mar be'had of .. CroaahGeo: : OirEditorj, poftrdsstert and b&erv, are
in every particular, over that cast most of the respectable Druggists throughout BY WM.'BALD WIN HARRISON.. .rerpeetfufydnvitMtoactatsgenta: Aof
by the old process, the United States, and of the subscriber N presenting to the public the prospectus person who remits tea dollars will have,tea t

Letter.Foundry business will hereafter (proprietor;) at New London, Coonec I of.the Savannah Mercury, a just re* copier'Wresrde4lilm..I'etO ,remitting
Tbje sent.
ISAAC THOMPSON.PRINTERS those toserve doll. wiD haye, eiffct-nnmbers t tAU
? be carried -on by the 'patties before ticut. : gird(ortiio feelings of -re expect 'one communications' to be addressed ,+
trio firm of Wbite.Hagar&co. ; ,as well as a compliance which:,time distant i
named under f
series J.TOTIIE IN THE U, .8.The :, 'sanctioned renders it necessary' to give to the editor.N d. a Cottlandtitreet,
exhibits a complete ha* ,
Their specimen tt pUdJ, Y *Wf
imposition tbo'pubtJt1la con which shall pot
from Diamond to t4l&nes Pica. The Book upon %brief synopsis of the principles ;
In the roost modem terfeitieg above Pill., which when genuine our.editorial ,dutie*:.We. are 'scribers to eoanm ce with no. It
and News being govern
-tywJ 'have been so': fully tested' for ''forty Impressed.wHb CbeJchel. that,i4 a'sovemertics *ee fbefoiior bssgriat'pI Tight and sty e.W Jriaters th ,$pfJ'ObtJ ...of. maojr
yean that tho proprietor cattstiponf.: like the rpe'rnUg 01 tile Lib. able ,to awwunca ?
cite, Hagar 4c Co. arc agents for the thepublic : JltDt own gentlemen.to.the; |laq ef
\, throughout the U.ntpn( to*warn of the People mainly depends on their ,CDJiQ bt.Feuc.d'
ale of the Smith and Rust Printing. Press by ,inserting the abofead.vertuf-,!,1 virtue,intelligence and,patriotism,' odtb, f l'dlssemIoa I ,this po ... .. .. ..t J' "f. tbeif customers !
which famish to '
es, they can ,ment a few times in their papers,.:which of sound political knowledge I
at the aanu&ctoretfa pricetv*Chases, will really benefit 'their: subscribers, and I aM situated by mof 'llo. JOHN GEO GE'' ZIR1AX 5INFOMdBhb
Cases Composition Sticks, Ink and.every they cannot give them more*lmitantinfotntiatida I 'Zees ttf: ad.aeee tM cause State \ tte.to5" '
article used in the Printing Bas P esf., kt than by inserting thi advertisement CoeatIweetLibevt;. BWi<5 ti
for sale and Hushed the shortest notice ,8JcIQ'" HrABLWIlMKNr r I.
Old, taken on ,for .. ,grails. frfcevwb easeotife&Coda.this ..e decti1 ee pt tike .1M \UC' .tbe lw e M<...!"' _.
type, la exchange. new are authorized ito mesf$ .scot dollar a..etfvytll i I m > l>. j
at a cents per pound. ,I from: rae. or any jm&eCjef; lgsending *W& 7 ..... i I. .!........ 'J .
N. B. Newspaper P 't ii'bo'Jj.I! to m,.. o* tag, :._ *,* *t-Cr' .Wda were tat ss s r U'' ... '
the above three insertions, witt be entitledto : ta. tail: ,e" J. T..1'T.I .. 0 .. lli- ... '

selectfrom FirftDogariia specimen.saehiMMns. *.tikefmay*.. ,.TYJ'A.l' fiI) RICI1wb L I'< .J*.j ,aid -.lit..eojof'aDder car.. 3 "Key' W......,. II, (W3 t

New Yor>r,1133. &VlNO Par hue or Ilr. timtibteble i we ?

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'the Justices of the Peace imaid: city l1al rrClJcrtr..cr': ,llies,mcm crs Dr,this Board

tll/W""r[ l dl 11 .II'w Browne was apito'uicd in thd'place' of Mr. : I to be by them.appropriated' for the improve- for :ptblic! I tare c.!, : nd1 sd'far --frorr, snaking"Just

TuE'ENQUIRER.. Stone) and I bare ndel1yorcd to observe. lo benttof'aaid.City, in any manper which ; compectsation.st affixes; penalty of
:;(> I =" tho public interest tb tho best of my a lht1' safd'Justices deem most prop fifty-J:1l r8TorneryobJectlon to lftis"Flic- -Ides
the may
(tthataaisnaD''attecL! tt. 92f *WIIITEHEAD: ; ) Of the appointment of Mr.. Brownerf ,did "they for, that object ; and the said: Justices= I of lelyalized: rol t >ery..1Jy .
dtLAitii PER ANNUM. not notify one at the eeat tf Govern* cr 'they' bt4cctrn of
fAt>trB> any .aball demand from the M m ; wUl lder- : tliq"Exeenttive totfia
meet, not deeming. : it tny duty oftaine so tBd tb lr'officerSi1f'lllO: fats 'ihappearst iht, 1'10' 2d section. was
What lilt trurta mapcf busy lifel-Cowf en. '"1(:: ;; ben of Said City;; ; j. !
L .1, I tpdo; books; accounts and "Wchers'b in t l tJae originally more.pbjectionnbla: :than at pres.

K>ar'tiYESf'Apri1': 3, 6835 Great dime'lt'lv1Ul csporitntce1im) and-ificr:;,00- :, amount of taxdi collected by ,thwiifafldailrnoney I entby making the! Justice a modern! Gcslcrt
Ma. AT> hsox- taining proposals to-erect rcC ved .Ly them; and upon re. I ,from whose decision thero'couldtbo no ao.
i r ?3erab1 repeatedly advertising,only two were received t e!! ,
Sin:-AII; cons l being made by of them, the perI I peal:
fusel any
interest lias been manifested by some of the, ; one, from Mr. RIittpatnck,, proposing -,, .so' refusing to with his law, Your Committee wish to speak re rt'ct

chitons'ofJtey West, in, the measures taken to erect a building 26 feet cistern'by 'IG text adjoining : hall son be fined'for comply the sum of fnlly of the exercise. or'I: gsll\tive! power,

to erect a Jail under a law oC the Territory cbnti11ning'two'rooms a 'Twelve ';'fifty ilollars, to be reaovered forthwhhjbc but they discover 111 tile act under1 consideration -
and remarks and statements 'having for the sum of Jj32do : a tone and Spirit unexampled in
; than the whole sum Yore'anv Jiistfco of'the Pcaco tit "the" Coup mod.
been made which haro not alwap4been of- hundred dollars more -wlwshairimmediaiely givcjtidgemeni, CTnvtiraesde3tructiva.()thKr5ght3 of others -
diG nature which it would be-presumed thecbaracter appropriated for the object; and on ty, application therefor, and all hoes collected and* well,. calculated! 'Jo ,arouse just
those conc rnoo" would have from' C6l. J.'W. Simonton, proposing in thoso I
of be indignation living n
'i Cistern tho'Cistcrn as aforesaid shall applied to the purposes proper:sense
prornpte house thought
s r1j fhe' ccompa yii1g -correspondence, in attached to the court being Jt enacted That would become tamd and submissive"slaves
both 26 (i by >< Sec 3. Uo further ,
iQ order that ,the cornmunity'raay-'bc enlightened lull?sufficient: two buildings moms,) for the no taxes other than Territorial or Countytaxes who are accustomed, to crouch at the footstool .
34 n .also containing ,
i i upon the subject. > ; last &ba\l. be collected within the limits of power.
This proposition was
of tit 699.
't t Respectfully, sum accepted,and tho building was completedin of said- City after the passage of this act." There canbe no palliation (for tnc act in
tt, It, hasliccn; since then, in question 'Misrepresentation, might have
} I -:" ; the bond They urther report, that under the act been inducement to repeal the charter

j ". 1eaTtfcr'a' Jice, ) almost constant usealthotxgh the faithful of 1832 above referred to,and now attempted but'it could bo no' excuse for robbing the
contracter for
.1. Tallahassee,March 16, 1835. | I entered into'by the has, not to be repealed, the present City Government pockets of others. IT evils really existed,
the work
Wu..A. WniTKiBAD ,EBO., I ) perfeiem cobf, yet of and Aldermen
: a.defect ,consisting a Mayor the ballot-box might have cured them. If

, : C mm rioner.ojtlaeJa Key !Vat.t been in theAvorkmansbip.whichtwirt cancelled; in-consequenooef> r ,soon: be was organized, legally and according to its wrongs were done, the law gave a remedy.

t i 'SIR-Having been recently called: on by obviated The-Jtidge, Marshal, and'U. S. provisions; and the members of this Board There was no call for such extraordinary
his Governor 'Eat show : having been sworn into office,.were to serve
Excellency! for the.District,having been salted legislation. Tho.ha.ste.was; indecent, ask
tho:situation find'progress of tho building Attorney the and Contractorto until the first Monday April, instant.- few days would have ,terminated the City
: by iheConimisstoners
1 'of,a'Jail! and Cistern at Kc West, found upon'd tcnnnevhat! ; 'more should be done by That among other duties they collected I Council.In '
this department entirely without the means the latter; lo'reniler the building such as taxes,urn! expended the same, for the im .. 'tho ,opinion of your Committee,. the

of doing so,therefore hare to request your in the entered provement of.the streets, .and to promote : said act of 29th January'is: null, and void,
was contemplated agreement
to 'thisrsubject. Refer.you'to the health and comfort of said City. That '
Attention into with the Commissioners made report because it Is contrary to the organic: law-
'Sin : in January last the substance" of which your an application
i t at'Key Wes," approved 10th Feb;'1831, I 'was,. that tho Contractor, had apparently any compensation for their services, :, : to Congress to repeal the same, that

and to tho additional Acton thc same subjcct but the same were rendered gratuitously to i Statute Bookie
his our not foJlut'dvJtb evidences
,F Approved 30tb,Jan.:,,1832, by'the 4th I executed tho.contract ,on part in good tho City. That all the money collected oft.personal legislation..
I that of workmen
section! of,;;the first Act,it.will be Seen i, that faltlft.but some' cm- has been expended for the public good,and They also recommend, that'proper:
:hiift had their dutieS
ployed l1jy; not performed steps
an.account ,of, .receipts and expend* I not for the emolument of
your private
with equal fidelity and they conclude, !: any tncmher be taken to'procuro copies of'such representations
have been forwarded from ;
lures; ought to; of this BoarcLYotlr'Comrmtteeliave
a 9 were placed before the
1 F time to time fo.this department.and by the _with___!saying_ I" .while. _..they. /.aro-prcvented.1 /_ L _from. heard, that a few 'Council.': Legislative

a cn"dcf.t full account waarcquireoVind! speaKing 01-.ponitn 01 tne.worH none upon persons, moat of'whom are naturalized GEO: E., WEAVER. ComI .
the Jail as being creditable to the skill
As those conditions .
neciibondsexeciitcd.: citizens,! not perfectly accustomed to our
mechanics PATTFItSON mitteL',
of the' d nevertheless
em loy' ; tu.X.
1 have not beencoinplitd; ivithTromangthing J&w ,.objected to the payment of taxes,and Jf. fI
'have' show in .this haveto believe the building to be.ajjftongoneTand :
wo to department, for the purpose of.avoiding the payment of '
if in addition to what has already been On motion r A. Ft.
y request you will transmit rae by the next I tM same, petitioned the Legislative Coun Tift,.
, mail boatvra: 'at. Marks, an account of your done,A coat of''plaster, (termed roughcast) cil to'repeal.the'City Charier. also R :oltcl, That tlio report of the Committee -
They >>
t receipts,with the names of nil the auctioneers be added to Ihe outside the walls (which knew that a'petition from of. Intelligent ( be accepted, and ,that the same be

; tfteuamo was received, the amount of they recommend the Contractor to do) the and active citizens many: our publj.; hcd in the Key.\'e J Enquirer
was sent to our "*"**'
Jail will: then be ono of the best in the
your expenditures, and such other informa: Saturday! :ApriUth'' 1835T"
representative, ing for mod.
pra) somo slight !
and will all the
Territory, answer purposes
tioh 'as will enable mo comply;with the. ification of the Charter. There i is- evidence On slOn
no .8pgg rthoyMayor resolved
for which et this place.1
pde required
.... made It ,
lately upon this department. that this last petition was laid before unanimously, that the amount of.fines as-
The sWgestioh contained in the
1 hasp become more necessary ,this:businessshould' ''will be the Contractor> _report the Council*1YhUe it wou d's cmt that l : the' srsscdand paid. by 'tbcrmembcja'of<< this
followed by
bo 'brought to a dose-; ae the time so soon first mentioned' Board for .absences '
petition received i a largo during1 tlio being=
?tag inateralscan: rk1thoJal year
10th of last propefj .be ,
expired on the February ,when ;: share of consideration $$J2 uUimount be
,by thcnactinontof presented to the Sunday
will then be considered entirely I the
tjie auction taxes. ceased, to;be-spplicablotcthe or'the. -- the law'above recited. 'IJy the 2d section School Library at Key 'W st. r; 1- t
property erritory
\wolk contemplated.r t of this i law it is all On -motion
provided that of Aid Fontahe
'' 1 would nail you e attention to the tie mon : resolved
Yours accompanying I
,Yc# respectfully; ,&c.
1 e y'whiSh has fn any Manner been collectedby uhamhuxisly, tTiallhe sum'oVTondoHar
1 '
account and
; of.my.receipts
%*-w 'Treasurer. CHARLES. Florida.AUSTIN., I expenditures,=inwlttci I have:1 included r the \ !this Corporation, shall lie paid over to'tho'Justicesdf IMJ placed in the hards bf W.&'Whitehead
> f .
I #P.'S. We'have.never been informed whoVas items of,the accounts ts already rendered, but der, the Peace of this City, 'un Esq.fuy.tho f\urpooC\pat ci natin.persens
heavy penalties and this whether the unable the
pay expense thereof'Oa
which it would
with Commissioner seem are no longer to be
associated as ; "
tm ; 0'.. -,you, j found i ii\the Treasury DeparUnentaJthougb money had been expended on public Improvements motion of Aid Weaver ,resolved

'F''; : .: ') I 'ref rred toici.official returns 'to thaLegis- or not. It i is not then proviso; unanimously,that the balancer': 6f lands: be..
,.., Ij"-\, R P.LYi' ion for disposing of anyunexpondedbapspce the .
dative longing to cprporatronlarul notes for'li
CoUhcil whichwere
;Kay, 'V printed sand circ'til'afed !
Crtntntts'Aus.: '.1) v fflrough'the'( : Territory., "A balance that may be left, but a ool.and-de censes, taxes, &c. be.placed in the handsof
EsQ of $3tittmy hands Bubjecl to.jour liberate demand of our private funds to tho W, A. Whitcficad, Eisq fottlie.purpoJJoof :
ifator:1 .' i Treasurer Tier Florida. ,
of all the .
extent taxesv that have been collected hose
sm-t order.; purchasing and buc&fs for the fire
have received the
yVar letter of
since the incorporation'.'dC"this City' Engine uf this city and that iho.said Whitehead
J6th'; March< that en' "Before cbncl dinjjrl;would observe thataflerjhe -
;)5nformingrmc; being ( I : until the date of this law!!: The' burst oi'indigpation be authorised to expend ?tbc tame for
purchase which to
P clledon Excellency tho Governor of aJ loS!on erect '
Z3 Jill ,with which this i3v'Va : receu, that p rp1so. ? :
MOW the in too the Court House was removed to -
to t progress made "fTho .
building arail ved ; \
) by intelligent, fellow citizens is 'CSISnedTC ; 'lORDONtlt
a siteijn the ajcon'aiderabledistance''Irom .. [ jor.
an where the facts well A'true CoM'
its thiswould'materially. are : .:
1 vhe:Treasury.Department of the Territory pldlocatioDemlas; : known the 't. "1-"TJ ;.y:' "
reputation of-tho Members of G.c.
1 : ) &' ..
wi1houttbe. means nr doing eo.attd, 'rtgaesting I r add to the detainee between ; 'J! f ; :4
from mf'the! eSited information. I that'building'and the Jail, it was this Corporation_will not be affected by';thc ', ;; :.:::o. ; : '

afrtktnyselfoj ttte6rst'convenietit; : 'oppor- thought by the .officers of the court and (passage this cxtraordirrary law. The Poitrlcai'Rticisn rrati "1835. .

tunity to forward my ftp'Y' ,'b 'bopQ I shallbV'abloJO others consulted,.that the Jail would be tatioa'otthomctnbers 2d section ircalculatod to.injare'tho repu subjoined article,wUKliq: ,worth

.convince you that I ,have not more conveniently/situated in, the lame because \\ gives the "i'' serration pro-
th'ose as a matter of.-fjpfurence.-
peed:ao; unmindful( the conditions and public square with the court house,, particularly impressiou :jto unacquainted with

requisitions the two,Acts, referred to in as this location would:;obviate the Florida,legislation that the members thisBoard UNITED. TES- ;

tour letter as your remarks imply,:begging I necessity" for a Cistern, audit vraa consequently'so have appropriated the funds of the Andrew Jackson, of Term f *I President.
I "' their .
leave firtt to-observe, that the office of Jail I erected. 1'lie,lot j iaj therefore public to own private emolument Martin Van BuronDfN.Y'VioePresident..

: Commissioner-was'ono .entirely unsought I unoccupied and at *the, disposal' 'the Le.g,31SIpe Such must have been the impression'of a John I.orsytb/'of.Georgi.t..8e :!of 8ta e.
'-* of
t b' We,hiving been conferred: by the eM4tailfO I CodnriI majority, the Legislative Council' or the ,Levi Woocniury) of N.'I!; "- ':Tfeasurj1.Xewis .

\ \ QupcU| $ Jwjthout,my knowledge i wouh) respectfully request that the ba). act must,have been "read b!.itttlth"only, Cass, of flKW-riI';* "J "wvMahton

t e \y irl, ljt Iro;to the condition,of the I ance in rUT liaddsinay be drawn for o i loon and. passed without! examination., ,But by Dic Cegsotr;p tNiJi If 7tItu1 .,

JijLvta; $, o,bo; anticipated; from the nature as onVeDl nt'il dtder that my connection what\ misienresentationthis, impression has piT.Barrv, otK.r. .JL.GeneraL ,

f} A o .the.final presentment of the last:.Grant&! with the JailCommission may:be closed. been Coromitlee given ia beyond.the knowledgeof this ,T?;.Butler. r.: .'Y1 (t :. ) (

I > Jury-Monroe County, land I ;aw hippy Tarn. respectfullr: They cannot refrain;however john)Jell,of 'repJ1 J3 pcalleR 9Hh911o .

,.,4 to halve .it,in laiwo furnish all' the in *- Y our'&:.e.... .- .. from Ternorarid expressing their surprise, that the Go- .\ c- '?".'?;.' ?'f' rtGOVEJINORSOFTHE : '
*r< iV 9nn&uon_desired VT. A. WilfTEIiEAD.Extracts Legislative Council' of Florida, *

,I (If rvAl T 1'be,tep/>rf r rWafred .io bo made: to he should 1I_ LAJ in one..!_..of'. :.their.. r Sdiberate..- ',-. -./and'pub.. _. t 3 0'L STATB9<,
l aC lieg'ujturo; liy+ the!Act of '1 Dili from the proceedings of tits Board IN Q ww' VIDIBIO Constitution pt tue 4.0"p : .. J:" ." ,Ejected

i Eep o.f. tPJ> !Jt"ll Trendcred/byljr.: L.I I of Aldermeaof-Kej'Vfem tr at.the two United ;'and the organic law of Con* Maine, Rober! Ounlap, 1834

stoner (then associated kith; mo in the last meetings 'of that body. gress; and.,that.too. in a matter 'Lero.tho ,N.Hampshiro --WnjBaiJgerr( 1834
: commieaaA! myself under dateof rights of individuals are concerned. !''The Massachusetts JohrfDavur 1834

"'2!' Ll,631 l-+ccompanied by :*m& esdal,Aptq"it- organic law,.as it is called by way' of emphasic Vermont Wm.A.JPalrrier! '1834-

,bot>Xtilaf Sit receipts and expenditures The CdttuOnitteo'tu'whoot'! was referred the o.is: the language of,Congress adSlW Rhode Island; John1 fi.Francis r 1834J834..
16 that time which up act of'theJLegisUtive*( ouhciIof Flori *the Governor '
1 hare I and legislative 'ConnecticutBamuwl'A':'V ,
every, toICV5 ot
*S? id'1jweaiwl' !,A! bond, alsoWduly exam 29th January |835, having Ctiufttitor'rid in the way of,rrttnint; ;'ltmtiYfrk-; "I'Vtaffi. t'ore;l, ', : J,83'

;cuted iq accordadb iit*'the the same;beg leave to report: kn4 imtrepwti_the CojisUlution! ,where it Piillrey; ,PektD.yrraom' 1834

provisions of tho Act. On tho 30th.Jan. That they find the..idlawa..pubJiabed ,declarea that '?*<) aped facto law 4lall i, Gcptge \V lriJBn t

star;,x1833.the,aeoood Act became% law in the Floridiari Extra, a'paper printed air tepatscd rw WIll private property Delaware ,C leb.lJj Bennett r 183*
land owthefcthdly:of April next ensuing, !:1'allahasseeia tt Q _lulbwnff',, cords. bstakeA forptAUetuesvithout- jiwrcomeiuatton ;Maryland James Tfaomari 1834:
"_ itEld'blrttltibiat'zf full"account cl ""w.t. ? And yet the 2d section of the'aetunder Virginia Lit. W. 'IVrtwell Jm

ce7pYs and: ; ; : for "All ABA:repeal Ate Aix' alitlcdAs'4ct .consideration, by mdklng: those 'N.CatnlinaDavidL.Swaim'' 1 1834

3' ?tttJeA"-'th: ddtifesobythwas' :1 ,-.. 4 to intorpfrate the City of Key,West" acts,'which were btrfrl at the timo of their 'S/Carolina ;GebV e M'Ouffid' IW*.
; *
'ccompatuc by I :;t oigrag.l.ateia44oq! kdIted n4 9cc.*|. Bf Jt n qted.bjr tlxiGoTtnwr 'performance fI.1&14vfuland' ttmisJiaMe now, Georgia .-.cA : ij() 1liiympliiii'833'

,! 9t! shysw 'I, :trujta red, J-egUlatie.,Council of the tseteuphatJcally an' c poI facto 1ifD m' 'crop Jttjert; i Lit u ,1M'

as .t u notiQed iQ the IleltottoLasa"laianeb of Florida, That'the a worn
Committeeof the[ galet e CodI dJ"da. City of Key West,'parsed't3d day of-Jan: : .tbel9da not' CJnlJ ku ful beyond cavil before : 'hidiaana'roahNoble .-v.. a. 11834.

fed March 30th,833; '7bfj'leltetC l1ftt4 ,wiry : pi JUUlrrbut'wer J also-demail. ,Illioois. Joseph Duncan ,'83'JfiPOqn.
d 1he brormation\to the !Treasurer' I '' the members .
that a herb L ; took at'the : jy artDualdin'' 1833.

!f'\-bgwJ..:!!!boat ercecnte1yi.pyGdznvieeral edbortf thflr ogao ,tion. ; ,AI ;;mi I ;JObA.GaJe ', OJ : =x1833

J ,jaP, roc w\o. "" fouJUI nor 'Io try Khie4 Nis_ie9llocte4 ;X te8 lawful *! wiS? ,U'enne :Wean Canal "' = r 1835v

"n a gthtt fede i(Mn1u&1 &1m .....:.:... ti.before(fh.palace bx,theaMyoEandtUe ofporttion ::j ial. aolawfolXndWpuh- I' obli:sii31Ipi. 11. G.'Runnelle' 1835

'the flak tcrtaiury tesfi hoi 'thaact,6tSOytttsanerwbatsoerex ,fIiaA by.N! flo'1SiOllJI! 'Lisilrte: lid: ward BV'White *;
bath .or.t.lch I 1.P1er e 1834wrFraideantjackson :
.- 4.s"! : r 1 ..tla. I .' : I .. I
a4 Itorid \ 10 c arty be eoHeCtecJ by thtaa'aim the pm son of-this section, -< ...... .
1 bsvridgr: eo red rrQ ,of this'aCt..w to n-I 'them pIeIge;'ot.. Ibo. r uvt d Jo r Committ c;,'is I "cc (pjhie sixty.eipMh7 -

'r.erWest, ItI' 4'ss2gtaJo1ed} t1'or debts' Jor A J HWt aida .... ,'''ew.. ..d odiou.. ,; j t' gteglbo48th.iusi p .,. We,-are potjyto .
't :'t'L ,dCTp1tc4'Ol ra" until by u..em.jhalj t< Ie. td gi'tef io learn
enjre teat
150 ? oyer bjr ha CI.tha i ; the;Prwidoct! 'ha* been UDI -
ipnng ;earrvh JrX erA. d Myorarid Aldencefl fie. d4o tt lcLiho .
.. ,. .. "or iWrcl&cerj, I \Wellfpf......,. aclri4 G6.dt
r' .. '." J tdtttlHthetrrtte and J
.. J ".I ) :r .: .. J __ai.rld.j j I; :9t.irltt.. f ::t ", rM -


j ,


-:' ,correctness,and should wo ,bo so ,unfotttit( days fJt April inst...situ six corks! strutting ,I form of Death. Dead rindiC'altd-uAnd ,

: :ENQUIRER. I' nalely placed as to require the aid i pf.tho" the streets and grunting their.approbation! ,why!" said<<1 beautiful; shape, with a voicei- i \
ordinances I of the "Pull-down'and nullifying families. soft as the last sighs of babe
HEY WEST, SOUTH'. .. ASATtJIlPAY .- I mentioned, wo will most cert a dyidg ;
T 1 The chigoe ,,'UlI teen make: their1' 'appearance : 1Uwhy"trouble ye ,the" ifwithpeUs; mine
tamly profit by the omission to havo: them: I !
**"' ,ArillL U.1835. In lidatca and Key West will again suffef in is the hour and tho empire,'and ,ho storm :'. r.

the arrival of the John Dennison from> reputation as having more" plagues. than ,' (is tho creature of my power. Par yonder to i
By Every ono more or less likes,to have.hi&abnis ever descended on Egpt. When onco a the west it sweeps over the ten,and tho ship \ '
Charleston, papers have been received from f duly appreciated, and we are"therefore ., bad name has been given\ it is hard getting ceases to,vex the waves; it smites the'for: '
that city up to'tho 29th March and from. r warranted in rid of fit. Once begin to descend tho hill cst, and the destined tree, tom from its J
New York of the 19th. expressing our gratification and every scavenger bestows a kick. Thus : roots, feels,the winter strip the gladness :' '
intelligence they bring to us rela t at tho favorable manner in which the it fares with Key West. She gets perhaps from its boughs no morel the roar of tho "' t.
Tho \ Enquirer is spoken of in tho New Orleans: mora'tJlan her share of kicks-but the woist elements i is the herald of eternal stillncsff : j
tive to our affairs with France, is of so pacific t Bulletin: of 9th March Tho editor noti kick of all' is the. kick she' gave: herself to their victims! and they who hear- the, ,

a character,that we may.' consider all cing our editorial: article relating to the through the agency of tho Legislative progress bf my power, idly shudder at .tins;
prospects of war dissipated. Council. Yours/. coming of peace And thou. O tender 4.
Letters received trom Washington state I weather at Key West during tho year 1834, daughter of the fairy kings! why gricvcst .
observes The editor contends stoutly. ro* Tire mU.l1laEa. thou at a mortal's doom? Knowcst them
that among the lost projects, from the manner for the beauty and salubrity ofthe climate of fcXCERFI'3 I not that Borrow cometh with )'('u',and that +I i

in which'business was 'delayed to the Key-West its character: he says,is as far From "'c'8mJp book of a young gentleman to liven to mourn! Blessed is the.flower \.

last week of the session of Congress., was. removed from the one it wears in the estimation about--- --- t--'llfl._no "1 "In... -iJ that nipped in its early spring, feels not the if'
appropriation for ,the1 Lighthouse --- ---- "He alone11 says Seneca, "can bo truly blast that ono by one scatters its
tJD; of his northern brethren as ho is from around it, and leaves blossom;
but tho
said :
Island at the entrance of the NorthWest to livr, who devotes himself to some
Egmont tho Antipodes lie thinks highly of his purpose of usefulness and activity. The Blessed ore tho young whom I clasp fo :,G t
tho harbor of West.
passage: into Key little gem of the ocean,and reveals a lively man who indulges in apathy,and sinks into my breast,and lull into the sleep which the i,,'

The case of the Urig Lexington (stranded : affection for it. lie should pray for the forgetfulness, renders his house like a sep storm cannot break, nor the morrow arouse'
to sorrow or toil. The 'heart that is stilled' '
ulchre! in which ho is virtually entombed.
oft the Florida Reef on her voyage to inversion of Burns' prayer. /fow' Sallvst. in tho bloom of its first emotions-that l''

Norfolk from New Orleans, whose arrival "0 would some power the giftie gin us. turns with its,first throb to the eve of love, ,
here was announced last week) camo up To see ourselves as others see us!" "Brent brow and lily skin os yet unlearned in tie| puasibUty'of chanco I
We A loving I heart and a leal withinIs -has exhausted already the wins of life I'!
before his Honor Judge, Webb on the 8th plead 'guilty' to the charge of the ,
better than gourd gentle kin and it saved only from the lees. As tho
\t\Qj.\ Tho decision of the Court has not Bulletin, and would with pleasure: offer the
"The worthlessness of mother soothes to sleep the wail of her
made known. It is understood 'ho prescribes, could it be of servicein arnan'"voromftyatw8)'s
yet been : prayer be known by the extravagant means troubled child, I open my arms to the
that! the vessel and cargo have been valuedat removing impressions injurious to Key ho uses to enforce it." Irving vexed spirited my bosom cradles tho i'

$13,700 by appraisers appointed by West Fourteen years ago, tho Islmdvo The most certain means of rendering ur.quict to repose!,':':PHgHnu. of the Rhine.. ,

the Court. \ inhabit presented only the aspect which the face beautiful is the
( beautify mind .
p (O-Tbo undersigned,in behalf of all in
By the arrival of tho U. S. TransportSchr. nature gave it; the fisherman, in his small I and to purify it from vice. He who would tercsted, acknowledges with thanks,tbtf receipt
fore and aft vessel supplying the market make, his countenance intelligent must so of twelve dollar from Adam Gordon,
Motto, Capt. ARMSTRONG, from New of Havana-the wrecker from the Bahamas first mako his mind. Ho who} would impart Esq. u a donation from the late city authoritiet -
Orleans,papers of that city up to the 25th to the face its most fascinating charms to tho Sunday, School \Library 'of St.
{ Mafch, and Mobile,papers of tho 23d March deriving his support from the misfortune of must store the mind with religion and virtue raul'ICharcb.. W. A. WIUTEHEAD.' '
others-and occasionally the in : Key West, April,1835.
pirate, which will diffuse over it
have been cceive4at. !this office. They every express : .
search of his prey, were tho only beings : sion of sublime content." Gettert. A
contain nothing of.much. importance.
I whose footsteps marked its sands, or whoso When the world ha* once got,hold of a ffiarfnc IntrJU rUCf.

We havo been informed that those per' I fires illumined its solitary shores. ,Early in lie it is astonishing how ford it is to get it PORT OF KEY"WEST.. ,

sons owing balances to the Corporation, i tho year 1821 was tho first settlement made ,out of the world. ****. The best example r

have not hesitated, but willingly given new here, and since then, the Island has gradually of the vitality of a fine saving which ARRIVED. '

notes, so that tho funds can bo made available I increased in importance and risen in the' has the advantage being fallacy, is in April, U. 8. Revenue Cutter Waibior- '
I the ever hackneyed piece: of nonsense at. ton,Randolph,'front ,a cruise: 6, 81! FaJr
tho of the
to use Engine. I estimation of the people generally throughout tributed to Archimedes, viz:"that ho could American,Xemenez Tampa GA),sundries
This shows that our citizens do not wishto the country. It has combated however I move the earth, if ho had any place at a to master Schooner1 Dlackimitb, Roberts,

avoid the payment of taxes, under I in its progress, with all sorts,of calumny, distance from it to fix a prop for his..lever" Flor. Reef, P. C Gretiae. Schr Amelia',
Nassau NiP. P C Greene.7.\ ,
and .wherever they meet 'with it
the color of the late' law bf the persons
nullifying exaggeration, and error;at times, aimed at take Archimedes for SI Reynard, Cape Florida. 8,U. 8. Transport -
an extraordinary
Legislative Council_ { It is evident ,to us, its location or its healthfulness; at others' and "Lord how wonderful." great Now, Scbr! Motto, Armstrong,New Orleans.
cry .
via Tampa Bay, W. H. Wall
that whatever they might think.of the charter with a more deadly purpose at the nature if Archimedes had found ,his place, his Dr. Myers, from N,0.pauqngers,anti Mr. Jerriioo of

,they disapprove of the manner in which and character of its population. Much I prop and his lever;. and if he, could have Tampa Bay. 9,Scbr John Denniton,Cole,

$was repealed. :)t/1-1' has its prosperity been retarded by these moved with tho swiftness of a'cabnon ball t Charleston, via Indian Key. .
480 miles every ruur, it would have taken I CLEAREDApril !
: We have been requested to give publicity endeavors of its enemies,or of persons ,but him just 44,963,540,000,000; years to have 5, 81 Translator, Gerard,.,Mobile.. k

to the last acts of the Corporation, in little acquainted with its true, situation, ,to' raised the earth'one ineft. 9, 81 Enterprise, M'lntire, Tampa B.t, h

order that those who have paid Taxes may injure it in public opinion;.but we think,vrCj' puhrcr's !;gland and tie Engliih." sundries Roberts,Reef F A, P Browne.C Greene.. Scbr Blacksmith, .

know what .has been dono-with fundson may safely say, that'for a year or two past,; "Whoever is open loyal and' true; who A topsail ichr with a white signal pausA

hand, and by doing ,i .tvan thought n less unfavorable eyo has been"cast upon'ust 'ever1 It' of humane.and aflabfo demeanor; I through the N. JV.pimpe yesterday mot- !,
whoever is honorable:in himself and in'his lOth bound to the,Westward.TVTOTICE t
and of residence. / sing ( ) ., 1
to republish the report of tho Com 1! 1 judgment of others, and 'requires no law --- -- !..!...

mittee. By letters received from Nassau, N. P. but his word ,to make him fulfil an engagement -All persons' having' claim

THE LATfc CO U'ORATION. we. learn that an act has passed establish ; such a man is gentleman;and such .m against tbe estate of David CofflaPinck* 1'1
\.P ing there" Deposite, for the furtherance of .a man may be found among the tillers of bam deceased,'are hereby notified that they
'" The first-Monday in April has passed by.I I the Trade between the United States and I the earth." De Vere. must bo presented to the subscriber on, 'or

and no election for Major and Aldermen' the Spanish Colonies of Cuba and Porto before the 15th day of June".JIeKt, ;or they
"Tho principles of evil have a fatal ac will be forever barredaccording' to the
having taken place in accordance with the Rico, to take effect upon'the 1st March.! tivity. With every exertion, the best of I I terms of the, statute, i Persons. remaining .12 12I
For this purpose vessels were exempted indebted to said estate.. requested to
will of tho late Honorable Legislative Council men cando but moderate amount ofgood; yet '
from tonnage duty, the pilotago is reduced; make payment previous to thatday. (
Key West is without a City Govern- but it seems in tbo'power'of the most con ,
( and convenient stores are now erecting for! W. ,A. WHITEIIEAD.Key ,,
'ment. It is fortunate, however, we think, storage upon the lowest terms. temptible" individual to do incalculable misschief. West A 11,1035.. [oM-tewtd..)
that the measures taken to deprive us of a The above intelligence contained in the --?- TilE Office of the Clerk of the Superior II
"The pain which n at first felt, when the 'will be open forbusiaesis during f
wholesome jurisdiction of our.own constituting latest from the North escaped oarnotice = '
papers infant branch is torn from the Parent tree, the following hour, tits From, T till A.M.
were inadtcrtcntly carried no further at the time of their receipt.; So long} is one of.the'most poignant 'have to endure from 12 M.'till 3,P. M.,tod from 5 till 9"(n "'

than to' abr'ogatethe charter,'and to cause as our trade with the Spanish.colonies ini through life! ; there are.other grief :evening. LXOAL DocvMurrf of every sad !,
kind will be drawn Up on application, .
the restitution of the taxes levied under it. the West Indies continues' to bo'on the; .'which wound more deeply,'which leave be. with the greatest despatch.. r

,The law, of the !5tJi'January daft;not abolish f .oting.jt now i is, Nassau must i inevitably ',hind Itheai icar* never,to be effaced, which Key West April It, ,imt 'fn'6-tf] .
a bruise the and, sometimes break theJjeartrbut
or render void the ordinance ufttcA be bcncfittcd front the operation:of1 t the act. spirit, do 'feel) much the OTICE-All persons'Laving demands4.J
never we so ,
1 Kate been pasted:by Corporation onlyto : mentioned.As I want of love,and the keen necessity of be .against,'are hereby the estate uired'to'preaot, of .Henry: 8..Water.bouse t.Men !h!

far tu tAtj relate to taxation, and consequently the prevention'Qf Duelling has often! ; ing loved'as1 when we :'are" firstlaunchedfrom l without delay, and all persona fndeoted to r t
they \will'remain! "in force until engaged die attention.of the Florida, Leo} the haven: of our boyhood'.- intothewide said estate are requested w' t e'IDuD.cln- i
and stormy! ,sea of)life." te payment: to JACOB HOUSEMAN. J:"
repealed by ft subsequent?rporation or gislature and sundry acts bribe purposo!' So'ut/icy'ilafc of Helton April 101835. "'aU"" Ad'mr. .

the next Legislative i\CiI, should tho having been passed only to be rep led1 .h. ... .iDroll S'rJtATOU'S! 8ALB<-WilTo* I

eharternot be revived a thing fur from being we would draw the attention bf our Law-t TENDER,VISION Of DEATII. 1'L told on Monday the 20th,day 'of'April

, \ improbable without considering the un- makers to the following article from 'I e'N| Cliecr thee, Nvrophalin," said the property 1835 .t Indian of the late Key Dr, for H.Cssb'tbe 8. Waterbous entire I

constitutionality ,of its abrogation'; for it Orleans Bulletin, contamng' by'far thq lies ''Prince, 'w&.will lay the'' :tempest;" arid 'leas .,consisting.a ipleodkl,Lib,.,., ,fcbjoic II
appears to be 'part andircel' of the havo in.the 'waved JHS sword and aiuttered.the charms book together with .ft lot of Medicines
preventive we ever seen shapt which etirbtle: vjadiand roll back ibo well kepiFurniture.( WTprU '.ItE1CH t\. ,
of-legislation'' at present in..Florida, to, of Legislative provision. ..t. marching thunder;but for once the tempest 10, J83 rn1Gt I : Ano't' '

repeal (;modify, etch,session, about nine A UKTCBAL tTLrsrr- Dy the Mexican ceasedinol'at! liia'spells; and now,'as the tit UtyDCUmuftEttpropuiea! ..CMD- ,t )
out rot every ten acts:which'previous: ,Legislatures laws, if a person kills another In a duel,IK I i fairies sped Aloof the troubled"dirji pale and L 'lay a school IA tha town cfKey!,lest; I

t Jbaje enaejed, ,'tQ''uch an extent becomes responsible for all the debts of_th< beautiful form'inetittheta'by'th& Waf' and in which will be*taufbt..Uetdlnjvritlnr,1 '
deceased. Probably 'no codo'+ of hoh'oi the"fairies' Mused nd trembled beer the h praaunit, ,Ge00fbJwith I'Anthmet1e.'Eo
is,.this.carriedthat t were'we. of thepany the art Of p foje ctlog roep J, Ancleet
established' of that could vanquish'eveatbem.
could, have a more equitable power shape
t who sue, yearly liberated from the Modern mstotyRhetorecMoraliad .
decision,or one more likely to prevent't"ad ( ., Itwtithe'furin'of a female with t
ural Philosophy, Chemistry, t
bands: of matrimony thorough tin in rven- effects often resulting from the I bravadoes MtMtftn b au' ,.. *-.ergo' -... ,unlfi...... a .eHjtftlt--,-.". fit-, Economy,Loeld.. the bubo
tioutJbc.CouDcU.n.aboWd deliberate of those in whosel; withered leaves ; bet bosom, of. an exceeding ches of Mathematics. and. in tort, every a. ,

long and deeply) -un the propriety of'enter! 'Souls we find. beauty, lay bare to the wind, and an branch that t i""det uedaecesarj fat a : .
\ The school ,
ing again the marriage: state, for1,fear ,some What's void of blood' and. spirits! ,/filled will\ into infant;a,sleep was clasped* still,between bat neither them the, bqshed roar of complete to be kfpt English at the Carr Hcase; 'aD41o'C. ''. '

subsequent''Legislature might repeal ,the w ,d". thunder, -Bor thfl "vivid Jightning flashing'frorn into operation as sdoa be bd'to'autbori as.s sac clent*lIam*the .:

bill:,of ch'vbrce and""m find odrself In the Such a law might not probably have the cloud to-cloud, could eveq; ?ruffle) ] bef den'pecI of'.'bolus ia the can stadertsklag: ll iin ot ''

awkward fiat kff a_man unexpectedly MM- effect of preventing a challenge being sent ''-mucK1e ai'rarou5e the] slombercr. And the attendagcedoor ? to 1to'pgeMl.arid
\ ted wWecbniiderit bra poor man whom misfortune has made face of the female was unutterably calrrthueless from 3 toy o'clock P.UTe ,
with two wives .danecj-ras,feckless,hispynfatehemifiMbe lduv.... "With'. ethlnl ot m*, two to!four doUar*per ountb,ac
y fortunate that the ordinance ', Jthus.disposed _a.o' jcompouod; with ,bis K g i ere..\-:11-.:..DO ,:.C\pf'wrwa,=. :.:_:. ':1' a..: cording to the brancbea taught,.. ,
for, removing nuisance, and others cre/iUors,leaving l bis, opponent as las {exec brow;t.cafe per wrote its'defacingchrctew AI.DEh[ A.blJACKSpN.

enacted by the late:Corporation ire not an* utory but.U,would prevent the.hasty acceptance upon,that everlasUog beauty, ftktwV'no'sbrTow -April. I. .) t, .. .1 k

nulled;'aswe'are'consequently bctte ',pte- I of any, chaJleege.ao4'comPel 'theadjustment brVhangez.iJlioaD 4fMdewjJoa ..-..... '!& s'' ,,
of disputes,io &earns other>> man ( { j,on.tSttf soajp through,the. }. WKuNOTABX pqItJIQ: '
.pared to pass aryear wjlhoot further.. 'regul.itUops. nerteitn if,at did.not. prevent the causes ; thtM Aliai .ixarerno0 tJ9.wprldbMd' ; .
/ 'Doctors. .. ,differ9 ,Bhewew ,'b' of contest, '_ I .; nolttttles' ,'- .4n ,n'utiM41.17.1835 r
,Aod p..apt se&e ; Mit Batto-'A- uf the *:(rotts : .;wr..ft1_ ,,_.solitudes oll ''y ''''' T. .
may:not agree'iilii ui fit wa coas, to' of these destruction of our; corpcritisO, I .,.,.,..1theioie1. furies +n ** tale, w"i.ami ,AtmCOU: 51 '. J t'

s the'nieatef tie Uwj. ro fe1i.i\-dswbt1IS. ,I alW'stttte, : ; Ii:., ihtt 'or..tJeaikth.. .. .. (irks, ...beeth.I &I it. :J.i1t.....!.!,. ts IIie9-.. f :' of'v recognijeed the" Ji[ ; "t

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,. '. I _. .. 1P'<::q''1 L 'Y It-, IJ. 112 11I1"-:, _
I "r 'J ,
'(1 T LL I -- j Jonr:pcciJuctioiis ulial be Acceptable to our' rcgulation established{ !by., the i. court, jft

I! wr' : !t1l'Fr PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. ", i readers+ j and approved by the community in ,, relation t to Pilots and Pilotage;' and,,ctmiritli
\ 'Circular to Parents,T TeachersSchool Committees general. The ,Amaranth takes BO .part in, PiloMhlin'iry btmdi 2 ,ormorc

. s m the Long'teanftar; \ and all: wto,feel".an interest_ in_the 1 1 tue disciissien of religion or politics, andin Ild..s 1Iic.i.cAlscturmcs. : : .to..L. _. good
'(t. to cioP>C. of youth. ,' this excluded : pprQ\'ed
: 1fV0CATION a (improvement adhering to ndc,we.1la.e ma"py 'Ihdsutri ,
:1 i Come to me, como to me,gentle Hope, is not quite yearsincd Parleys Magazine articles (torn iU'coTumaS'. The sane. re (.by ccurf, of ono thousand ,
' i "Thou wanderer wild and bright I ,was commencedduring.that abyrt'. ulatiori, will be continued,although elpgancd, '' dollar;, to> .tho Governor,of,tI IO ?eatery *

, IVe missed thee many a weary day, periodthe nbmber of subscribers have1 increased I I power and ''poignancy may sometimes receive .' ,I I and Jiis sn cssors in office, for tho faithful[

No flowers have bloomed on my lonely) to !OOOO,and the work has received !. a dental The work is DOW f erma- performafice'of his duties as.dPifotvhic}.

'H; i iq way, everywhere,- the most unqualified Ap. neatly established, .altliougb at its commencement bond shall be recovered ln'} any back back to-nisht: I It has found its to thousands '
come come probation. war there were probabf.thOle"bo.. competent jurisdiction: the 't rst
a Why multi' linger thus of families, and wbilo it has entered, presaged itsdiiration to be but like Joosh'i. after( tho bond shall bo sued for,, and

: At least, sweet spirit, bring the social circle, its ,uoobtrulifqlesscDstjae I gourd. It has tHoen' patronised by those Pilots in this counfyshaH. alt
The vanished; dreams th long ago, we trust, often had a salutary influence I whom wo should feel proud to rime, were renew thci-!
Departed with their living:?'??. ; on the juvenile mind and heart. It we permitted and of whose continued kindness branches once' aycar..r%" ,
wing.. also founddts to the school room j Passed February 7th lb3G.Apprdvcd
{ On Fanc", wearied has way and attention we have assurance. \ .
"9l} Drop healing dewr-ag n'-again- 'I and many classes of pupils have been c>;cer! The columns of the: Amaranth embraco 'February I'4th,1a3&! J

, r't : On me be shed! ed twice a mentb by the welcome voice bf original talcs, essays, &c. from the pens of .

, i 'I OWe me before I sink.to rest; the teacher bidding them to lay aside fora well known and distinguished writers, and
the class book which they have $100'A'
' I Some footle gleam or vision blest- few days, we intend hcrcaftcnto pay for such articles
' read over and over, perhaps twenty times, shall be from those whose
., .' De thy light pinion spread as acceptable, .
and rea4 the pages of Parley's Magazine.: communications will add interest to
I, j Around,Youth me tirring-'tis a at weary the heart thing;, The demand for the work, to be tised in work extant. Wo arc awaro it will put any os B e 'st r d.\
1 schools is rapidly increasing.
to much but we are resolved to do
f To tread dim and lone, expense
r a pathway; Encouraged by such unexampled success, work ESCAPED from prison two ncRroe
I To hear no voices beckoning on, the have resolved to render it every thing urpo"ertorendertbe as runa"as-\VJLLIA
"I'' and the
" worthy a support, only way
Tobe'midstttirongeapart. JONES i is about 6 feetS
S' still more worthy of so liberal a patronage; to receive the encouragement of the publicIs or 6 inches high,
, ; So bath my lot,been long, and not to remit their exertions tilltkcy see to for well written articles. We mako about 26 years of age, (commonly wears
" .,k 1;Oy the dark waters cast, it introduced into families and schools, no pretensions pay to a superiority over other whiskers, speaks quick, and has a pleasing

But gentle spirit t let me gaze, throughout the whole lengtkand breadth of literary works$ wo have no hired' editorsto countenance,commonly known bv the name
; 'On future bright unwritten days, of DiJI-CIJ ISTOPUER
, the United States.In CUAl\IBEnS
into notice do send forth
/ '
puff us ,nor we a '
I\ Effacing the dim Past this view they have secured, new aid long-winded ,to our own k very stout, about> (cot high, and about

.' i'I: Come to me': come to me, blessed Hope! in the editorial departmeat. ,The late editor literary prospectus, and promising trumpet to out. 30 years of age, speaks How and is of a
I t Though but iu visions; come of the Juvenile Rambler,who in addi do all others. No,our journal can speak for downcast countenance, is known bjfche

,< I If not on life thy hues may thine, tion to his Qualifications as a writer for the itself, and we wish for no one to subscriber, name of Chambers, they say they arc free'
f i The world dreams can yet be mine young, has toe advantage of many years! experience unless he thinks it deserving of patrona e. and will endeavor trt pass as such-it is sun-

I O'er that thy light be thrown! as a teacher, will henceforth assist otbing is admitted into the paper which posed they will try to get to the Indian UP

There may loved forms arise, 1 conducting it. does not possess merit ; album poetry (!J tion.' as Bill has been seen at Indian river;
.1 i tt! Kind smiles and eyes of light, We propose to present in the progress of and communications upon dry and hackniea and tho boat Chambers went offin has been
t.; Voices like soft and clear such volume,a great variety of interesting found to the northward Floridaon
1 music subjects! unless of the very first order, are reward
i ,. Lingering upon, my'ravished ear, important topICS,?aisosig which are the:following entirely excluded. Tho selections are'made the beacb''b above will be paid

So may.I greet to-night : from the best Foreign arid American for their delivery to me at Key West 0:
I I. Natural of beasts birds fishes very $50 for cither of.
History, -
iTcq Periodicals which Editors
with the
Sought-the Beautiful in Sreami.Anal arc regularly -
*: thus like the sweet night flower, reptiles, insects plants trees, supplied,and every thing of interestand Lx: F. ;iBUEAKER.
'I' Hidiog.its hues from tlic sister train the human frame;&c.' importance'will have place in its col < Sheriff M. C. '
11. for the Wcst Jan..
biography 23-1035.tnlstf
)( The heart whose.wealth.would be poured III. ; of young. umns. In noticing new publications we --, ... _-. .. ,]
Geography accounts '
; places,manners "
'I in vain, I have, and shall continue to take an independent
< the tonel1 heur. I course ; we governed by '
IV. Travels and in various '
i .t r ..V.From the New Yorker. I' of the world. Voyages; bribery, but make our remarks devoid of THESURER'S,OFFICE I

?r-nu>E1J*"nrroclirioif TO HEALTH. I parts V. Lively descriptionsof thecuriol'itlcsor fear,or the hope of favor. The drama shall 1 j Tallahassee;'March Ifi, 1835.Bp S

; Come, gentle Health! retard 1 not be'altopcther neglected, but receive AN ACT PASSED NOVEMBERS 1
'il once more; nature' and art ; in each of the United !
\ Unfold thy balmy wing; States, and in other.countries. share notice ; tho musical department also )- 1829,.it is provided that all Bonds ex-

: \ i4i Come,as inglad'niogdays of yore, VI. Lessons on objects that daily surround 'will command share of attention edited Auctioneers, shall b't forwarded
1 6 ;' And'on' ; m'soul thy blessings pour. children in the parlor, nnncry garden The work is embellished occasionally wjth: J I by tho Judge of the County Court to the t

1 I i tr agtben, I pray, Life s, feeble siring! ,&c. Accounts of.trades and employ engravings executed in the best ma neraod Traasurcr.and all auction enhaUquar.
'r t t i Cone, twine thy priceless wreath again, ments. music with accompaniments for the Piano 1 terly, in each year,commencing on the 1st

f ,v.Around my aching brow:; .Vir v ..w_ _PI.tt"II'lP-...--.-. -.r.Jn.d-..-- -- ._._...... _ft"___".". .._._,. Forte, flute. &0. The terms to cite lub.IIcriben' of January, transmit to the Treasurer un
I ota IICII'DUlloOle iu cumorous coain ,- parents,, teachers; brothers,Sisters j Sic.-0 p one dollar and fifty cents, in !ad. der oath taken before some:; Judge, a copy
"Bid life flow fresh through every rein, VIII. Bible lessons and stories. ,,'Tis all I ask or wish for now. Narratives A. our, country subscribers will be taxed, at what time,arid i what place,and for whom
IX. N such as ire well authenticated
Come, gentle Health I tbee abed postage on their papers, we shall exact butJ 1 the same was mad Plow'Auctioneer
tales '
.:. Thy light around my pray original' one dollar;if alw ays paid in advance; other- .are required to take ootice ;,said law, and
; way; X. Parables, fables and where wise will be the usual
E 'O raise'once more drooping head- proverbs, they charged snbscripltion. conform.to it, or nulls upon their bonds must
the morals obvious: aad,excellent.' These' will be rbo
.And lift me from this angering bed, regulations strictly 1 instituted Judges'of the County Coqtfc
Let nothing earthly speak decay; 'XI.: Poetry; adapted to the youthful ..ca adhered to. 1...Kjyyjwjrrccted without'delay to'forward, lit .
Throw o'er this weak and wasting.form pacity and feel ings. II No subscriptions received at a distance I per certified and spprovtdTWB' .bonds. (I.
I 4The? garb of.Happiness. Xn' Intelligence! j .embracing accountsof (except from' agents,) unless accompaniedwith Auctioneers in their lse sioia; '

..Restore Youth's glad, unfettered charm, i Juvenile books,"societies, andremarka. "' the payment for one year in advance. CHARLES AUSTIN, ,
1f tWith every thought and feeling warm, tie occurrences. n An edition of the paper is published at EaU :Treasurer,of the Territory: of Florida
That Many of these'subjects-will illustrated I': Bridgewater, Mass;: where all communica n24
was so wont soul to bless! [ 4wJ ,
my .
4 f k I by.numerbus and beautiful engravings prepared ,tions&c, must be addressed to George II. I ,. .," hf .. .
:'Como ft Unto gentle Health! my thought still cling' by the best artists;and selected\with : BrowOfpost paid, or.they) will remain dead I ." ELECTION" NOTICE.

r well thiaeeetingFatrth; avierr'not. only to,adorn the work, but Jo | in the office. We are obliged to adopt this ,I v.
Hath Though set its seal know that'perishing improve the taste,'cultlvatetbo"mind.: and i 'ttIIf,asv"r postage has become a heavy tax NOTICE; 'is hereby glr n.1b'at anele
j op every thiDg' raise the affections of,the youth to I upon, Delegate to Congress ef be
appropriate ;
.That lives or blooms o( mortal birth '' 1 us.The territory of Florida
and forJl pjCqunty of Won-
'llJtitoitiisolidly, ; sad: Worthy object We would next volume of,the Amaranth
,I 'T'p"pprimih life in- make them better children,betterbrothen, wfllbe issued weekly, $4 pe rannum: ,of the c.-willbeTKelirpH Iondaythe4tbday of
when evajry topth's sweet noon, better sisters, better pupils,: better associates :' size and style of the New York Mirrorjand May, lDCl5-atthcJfoHow 1 bgplaces in.aid .

'\.;$nditheEaru thing look.bnlbt is and glad and in the end better citizeDf.1'We.bec'tha.fdendl ) those of our subscribers( who wish to have county under; this superintendence of the
I I tosmiles c:1a4.Jtqdj : following inspectors;viz tIn ,
ofeducationtcapei the will tt
r paper please notify us before thocxpiratiop "
PIaitnot jtoosoonj
dally parents and teachers, to new the of the volume. Aaemi Key West, at the' Engine House.
< '
>Comegentle Health !. be hectic flush matter in this light Let children) look up edition will also bo continued| as usual,at #0 IriBwctors1.--

t-j I*deepening on, my cheek; on .the pictures, i not as pictures-merely ; $1,50." ..<.- THOMA3 ASttN. *
i And brighterglows the fsver-blusfa but let them be taught.to study them. What JNO. pALDWJNJ> I
And Jin my heart's'mysterious hush can be more rich valuable materials for instructive (?.1''Oar exchange list has increased to; A AT.: TFT;; r

f '-,Do strange land mournful whisperings lessons than a'good engraving? such aft extent, tbatsre are'obliged to erase In Indian Key at the'sKorVof t Jacob House

r' 'speak Anor'tbil explanation ot our principles many valuable papers frora-our list and ,i man'Esgr. '" '
are hanging o'er heart and ask much against our inclination ; thowever, to
". my purpose;we' the co-opersctionof -, 'Jnspecton. '
And Grief sits on my anti). all 'rhoreceive this circular. Will .those'who have,'and still continue to pub TT
Wb.ia."i11thee restloaq nights aid lish our prospectus 'we. hall feel in .
depart 1 us by your influence in this work duty
,t1? !btfipU i ; ; Piiit's ltiogiar.:cankenag",dart the formation mind and character great for the, bound, to extend towards them the .hand *>( ,ODIT WILT"rAl\1' IIFLETCHER.' .

.,0'er_ hia door:fraae be,tell coPtrolt "rising generation Will fellowship. PHILLIPPr.
O all.in.taint the.warning, your power/in endeavors you assist us allin i NOT. 1st 1834. .< Given' UQd t ,hand.and seal this tit
tone: ear to introduce;; day of April 1035. .
1eIP'as-lta'word American .
L : It Death schools,p Nora,and firesides, t ..s.\. .

( "lmUlhtep! rt"itayoutbion' ; :;;,. 'the' storiesAnd lessons or Pai-I )'.Magazinel'' : AN (ACT to repeal Aa Act, to prode tor ,n, the Judtre2 f \ ', Jddgc., ..h_ "Di."f: C.C.r.rJOS.
The: cnerisnea nope) to live bath'flown Every tingle number\of the new-volume' the appointment of Pilots, and regulating A.: -
tyke flight i :of,blrd on Summer's breath will lave a strong the tIIOURON "' I
:f eao,must be nigh! this'weary IOuI'Mlcb'lobgtQruro iufficicnttopreaeryehe paper cover Work;it:abundantly good order* for other rate of purposes pilotllge..alley.) West,. and '.[o 4f4' ] .. : : 'C Iertt l ,, ,. iL t"; C.

'hattfstrivV; for' binding,and for use in schools*; f: SEC, Kt fie i it enacted I*.the.Superior Court:of "
WIlllia .to[ st-the J'golden bowl" The yearly subsctlptiod being one dollar : ; by the Governorand < So jtAcrn,/*

'Be broVeo=.and'the spirit, whole, our friends will perceive the Imoracticabil-i, LcgialaUvo 'Councilxof the Territory'of t .diciaDutrict OJif.Jqfdfk. .

f..:WilUind'its borne in Heaven, I Srci-tA. .ity) of keeping,.open so many thousand ac-' Florida, TbiVtuc passed; 15th Feb Rich rit ,Ytobe-. rfi:. '''''J d
< t -- (. .MMMMM' VMMSM counts. It is therefore indispensable tbat '1834, td 'p ovlde for the appointment of .. L

"q4T.JDAU.'1 BKtNa Tau SJOTilCK 1 we should :require payment always inadiyance ))' pilots. ADd to regulate the rate' of pilotage 57 Bales Of-Cottonpktet .fiji Admiral
i 6n. I' require nothing& ofitee;". aid'a mothtrof M Key West, be, and the, Amo is hereby ., ed up at sea. ) /.
her. innocent'son/Wben bidding him Two fumbert)more will cwse the first] ., Tepealcdfand that hereafter the A liLpersonsjnlercsted in the above casa
cAre.en,"',bQt that'you 'l'bring" ae back year; and we'now give noticeUxat all 'wboi appointment'of I, .l A are hereby ootLed;that all the residue t
.}ourjre ent countenance." desire to continue the Map! .,may signi-f i pilots! _the regulation of pilotage oftl*,mooc1 for,whit the :above Cotton

t t Wtiat\halllbri tfcee hlotCroimiael', fy their intentions by a teasosabU advance in Monroe county, shall be by the county was>sold by the 1llarsleal,6f Ibis District
Wh tabaU 1 brag to thcel ',far the second Tear:, \ court, when assembled forcouhty purposes, after tie aymPnfbltbe sahyajeend( pxpencs -

It Shall I bring the jewels that born and'shine If airy of the subscribers i should not receive } i and the qualifications duties of pilots, in laid cause,bul beeu paid Into the Be
4 .M.Ia hedepth of :all .their numbers and the rates of, gistr! oC %'. .
the ahadowtlei"" they can request:: : ilotage, shall be the same Courf,wherft, it .iremain:
rS utolft.ijafetae. ; HaM'i'hr0{ .wears""By : the post raaste r,to notifir us .of.such ,as, are*, as was established before the passage of for nine months unless' sooner claimed by

wondering wort ,entwined S II ,miMiag,, and they shall be sent again: .free.ofcharge. .- dbe, before: recited ,Act: .but tho county .or'the tw person or1 persons 'entitled to1 the same
or their
\tboa: leaves can.cover a tbousandcares, I .. :,court, shall hove:; full power to prescribe legmUplnthorizedb4ent.
'VAfd'aisle ber p cloqQ IDiQ4l' : 'Te, copies,free of postage.: ..ofhcj ualificatiohs,and make alteraJious '8t' 1 A.;:H. DAY, C'lk. .
'h tl1 af1u II I any NEWCOMB, D.C.
the aaa sacred stores To accommodate in; regard jo Pilots and [olJmtm ,
< ftfy assooiation ho lfl Pilotage, as ] c /: : .r. 1 ;
; ; r'orrbo( high.and the Ls ,.odTodividuaU,for the distribution,.we:will they may: deem proper and requisite and' .. ... f,__..... ry ... 'f. ,
, t tbrml the heat ,
;on tbe b11o.ed.bor... to fine
'' ; deliver .at any post .office Ja the ;United- or dismiss Pilot for
O'cli! aigplsl ; ? improper In1W Sub4criber would iotort Jaia(qeoda
j States tree 9 .IIOStac",,tea copies .tar ODC conduct, but .no Pilot shall .I.
ba.tare4 d.a. address be appointed and that pullic? tba 'lie is prepged to
l 9 boto me'' for'teinaoUars remitted to ; or dismissed :
ujTaotf the 'out cost! ua with except when the..iiuln, nr tJ.a...... atteoa; to anT. bmnnl'u"hn. :.... .".'::ow..n nnlw.ed ..,/.
aft par prfae!" + :' ; .LILLY.WAlTJ.ro, -- -- '- ------- --' -" -
l ._.-.. -. ....".._,-n'po. .__..,__.. ID.ualleanw H _& u y ...a Boitoo',;F b. 15. : ',!7H' :-- :,'" county coutt.and three justices be"and. present, 6o his'cat e In tbtt'5 aa" ,; .

(a Vi1lbe"he,. f : > :' 1; :concur in such appointment AyCTIONTj----T_IONLINE,
a tb, ..s.l flies! .' t or dis : ;
p >The ivreith the hero loves is OSPECTUS'' rL; missal, and the judge shall hare His office is upstairs in-'P4r..E. A oj Browne's,
won power to *
5lvbJlf8blood ofvto bra, '"' -' "',1, loaf ttraan, :call Uuee juices of the county together whero*blnfl artljfimeabe. I

::5Aaanb braw'rau tloose* eke,ireaVthd, A.1tI, IJt'A NrT'U- ? Coaca: jP: n any application' '-bianch"! found.IIe.akea .ibisopnortonity t f '? W i
: ; pf reiuferioc
/i f 'A&inI -or
upon plaint '
iiiffiei i.3 I aaoetWlr'JarrndetLi-. \O. made 'against a ; 'ilot 'thanktUrpaitfavon and hopes
1 that mne'- 'fe.t c t 'lDd ,the Pilots J.1tJ by unre
\be Ar': in' oommijjoi1 shall! \mitting %ttent iKitlncMi to merit a

, yolume'j! i j;d..,. ." B.Brotra CTJ If; a, oil ,;Jctaiit their btaiatbes until the hexf session'i ,Qtinuapsej g; public PtraDage.::

Wntho' 1UC t ; .1:... j 'It. Wore than two I of the:county court, ''when "r, ,. ,JPs..A",1uounON.; .
hart 1JpoD' ica .
apo1 .

; t hope aDd health pan tap di tiOlf to the '(Dec. 6..1RU.: D8-tt ,
I the court Dew bran ]
li bt.rftine commencement of the Amaranth.% .aU heS 'al affias i 'e': .. I I ., f ,. _
Co 'web u the f I h. ; .fI .
duftot that period it hu cotirt
tecetited a.ttadlp r 'wVJ:
; are 'authorized to u
kttiiibceatEsowaayboy'stbatahmdewleq$74 >
... .' increase cf patroaate. To .be in tiWt g Co crant branches to i and' qda'Prlotalrilley \ ,I"n U11 WM.SR. .IIACKJ

.titiir' af. theemmmo6btofbtttt BBU1CW,wvnw VAl v W |B ,w. he ; jes1iij1)) d Ie' a IdE YpIiq.fae ,caaiMatejitory
: tender| tSye'dol,
.. 'f, "- :
etenceo/aa fot ,
a That br 1ft Ui nop\ otta: roat3b.4 'i 'M ,tb4t .0(,tl .. .. t ) tMo.g-couatl
.. ""' y Usfgood bye! ,.however,our intcnttawar* "f .t13'iasdlmo: 'i. 1- \. _.
Utevtfas to
'r' t"' jTbkna fir 1835. ,emn&l.rou1'1o..u. thq. e:vrbo Jllijl t+ .I .pex. W;time L tb s Ter '
M e3d..,*' i t1 ace Pilot appoitnM vnhthe! ruIn and; 'S'i

March 14, 1835. (ns3e 1I