Key West enquirer
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 Material Information
Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1835
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
lccn - sn 95026781
System ID: UF00049046:00028

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1 !.II Ji, ,E'N.Q'IJ'II\ER. I. : :; i already wellkmrW>6 tLei.. Counirymen)

btlsbCJre't t \dtda1f'at FIVE'b0tg,1tn9'pet&d 1EEENQZ We ion'of do not some paradelhe but conlSJcnttiiSSr0 fiaftes',aai a the r.rr* t';
; sop
AumiAavtaTtLMCNT .. ;1 /, appeal to ;
inserted at e.rate. of{, or the) past year aiag:" rdinl

'One UoUar.a d Fifty Cents per square tort I, : zesjoua and'
l&e first Insertion/an*! Seventv-Five Cent ] trust not altogether unsuccS I 'exertf*
'continuance.All\ABverUlemenU .'' in render the
for each j' literary character of the N I
will be continued until.other Yorker inferior (o that of'

.'wise ordered.,. None will be"consideredrless I ., ,' class in this country. no journal 'or I'" .:

than Vi square.No' .- : [ II.
srtbicriplion .m-b> diicobtinaei<< : p' ; i3bttcb auti hibUi tebr b .: 2Ith( J.Ott. Potefcol alone Intelli chci.tn the dapattmcnt :

tmlcss at tbd option'of'thii Editor., ;until all < 4>- I .. 7 docs UN New-Yorker
sent -
an anomaly in he
arrears are paid. L 5 .VOL 1. KEY,WEST, SATURDAY*,APRIL 35, 1835,, NO. 38. history of the ne\vl
All ,letter ,to the Editor on: business, ,'I j 'paper press of tho Union. Our plan;esp
be Post raid braces tho collection of
,must :
,before he receives hit branch pay five dollars purpose of continuing said business, and for Item of *****'intclligftce4vh4tmybe

fbtthein'tormation_ ,of Mariners generally, 'I for the use of the county, and ono I the convenience of their friends and pat its character and '
'rre have procured from the Collectorthe It'Yullowii1g..chedulo i .dollar to the clerk who shall also furnish rons,have removed. their establishment to amore of historical bearing-in ihor"aDgUip

of the situation of the ;.C3ch,.rilot appoitned with the rules and central part nL citz. As- it is their regard to h0"1' and with the.rd 'teac '
I' intention to keep l hand a gobd assortment preservation 'cf an-:
Flbrida: shore unqu3
Houses alongbo' ,
Light; regulations established by tho court in of the best type, and to make such additions boned neutrality between the i '. ;
his '
tinder FLORIDA feupfertntenca.LIGfT. ,relation to Pilots and Pilotage; and every and improvements as the taste or,tho;trade part er, opinions and sectional ontcndirfw
-.3tationuy divMioi.
CAPE Pilot haU give bond with 2 or more good and the wants of too country require, they existing an the .
South side of Biscayne country
.-Situated on the, :JKey The Editor
about 400 from tho ,beach. and sufficient securities to be approved flatter themselves' ,that this,.establishmentwill With ,a proud satisfaction ;
yards to
tho I
by the court in the of thousand merit a large share of patronage. They fac,/th c
The Light may,bo Considered 70.feet above sum one throughout the put year, he has t
have several fonts hand died
the level'of the sea, distant from ,the gulf dollars, to the Governor of the Tcrrtory, now ; on ,which:can a minute and circum tenal ,
be furnished
stream about miles. Vessels,drawing to and his snccssorsin office, for the faithful at a few, boas notice, and are tho eleCtionswhich have ateonnt of all !
prepared to make fonts of all taken
wefgbtaftdize. r,
place in the
feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles of the performance of his duties as a Pilot, which several State.
., from Pearl to t2 line Pica, including ,during an
'U..Uf '.LatH RS 4T N--Loo*"8042 W. bond shall be recovered in court of eminently
any' and excited
'"LIGHT SHIP ,FLORIDA uuated a great_variety of Ornamental Letter.- I canvass,withoqt onco fncunirS ,
Beef,. the site of the competent: .jurisdiction the Jirat'term Their'assortment of Cut*and Dashes, Brass the .censure,or even the of ?
on Carraford's pear. after the bond shall be ailed for and all Rule and other will ,
' old in Lat. 25 08 'N.-Lonff. 80 27 W. ornaments be found to ,political four d. :And,'tfrWe JbeMeservei

It 'is.one easily distinguished, as two distinct Pilots in this county shall renew; their be be very forwarded extensive to Printers", of which as'soon,specimens as will to himself i the right
''lights are shown. :which can generally be branches once a year. can: be prepared.Printing they but,freely on the topic of,the day,find of J
distance of 12 miles. Its oh.jectistd Passed 7tb 1835.
seen at;the February Presses of description offering such suggestions. as the .. of
warn vessels from the dangerous Approved February 14th, 1835. the tunes
which it PrinUn{* Ink of the most approved qualities, may seem fo require,ho yitholds
*rocks and WEST shoals near'LIGHT Stands placed.on the R E. WHITE & WILLIAM IIAGAR, Composing Sticks, Brass Galleys,Imposing Limaelf pledged that such tens arks shill fioi
ESPECTFULLY Inform the Printers Stones, Cases and ,interfere'
Paper Press Boards, in any; materialSdcgreey.yritll
of the Island this
Point Key
S. West of the United States, to whom havelong Presses views
is'in, Lat., 2433.1.-1 N.Long.81 52 14 established they Standing Furniture, together with the doctrines or the af j
been known
individually as a complete assortment of all articles used political HeclieriAestftecwilkS
ftT. ; erected for the purpose ofgutdmgvessets Letter,Founders, that they have now form in a Printing Office will be kept Constantly party.
when entering ,the harbor ; ,the directions 'ed a co-partnenhip in said business, and on hand. expectation,that the files of the;Net,-y .

for which, ''are as follows : .'Briny,, the from their united skill and experience, Small fonts, suitable for Dobk-binders, ker will hereafter: bo referred to for the trafli :'l

light to bear N. N.V.. and tho Sand Key : tote able to give full satisfaction to all who in treat variety, may be bad when calledfor. o! any controverted statement >regardlte
S. W. end cross the I
Light to bear W. you the results elections
may favor them with orders. fee. & since its
about fathoms water nib for
'Reef in i Key : Oiden from all of the Union will be establishment, with mutual
,West Light until ,within two miles, then The introduction of machinery in placeof parts deference awl
the tedious and unhealthy practice of J promptly!.and most carefully:! attended to, with entire conviction of Absolute certainly
N.-W. uDtil.1ouopenFleeming'"K
wbichis Iteer a"l\Mangrove Island in the north J casting type by hand, long! desideratum by i! and particularly to supplying SORTS for all III.: G.qaerallntt flfeence-rConsJitioifJf
the Eurepean and American Founders, ,was, fonts tamiskedGby their predecessors, Bin roreagnand omalicJiows
of thoLarborandthen ,tor it. ; Litcril'
era part run Jr
&Rohaldsdn;and Richard Ronaldson. )
The best anchorage is"in the upper part of by American ingenuity, and a heavy ezpenditufte oy Stereotyping all its branches executed Statistics,,1JrierNoticcs of the Drama,&?
of time and ,on the part of our ,
House money IO
the harbori Height of the Light veterit be the i
by L.Johnson,as heretofore.JOHNSON may fortune of others'to
from the level of the'sea., 83 feet 6 inches.Xight senior partner,first successfully accomplish ,obtain the confidence
& and
'" 'ed. Extensive use of the machine cast let. SMITH. patronage
Stationary.KEY LIGIIT.t ter, has fully tested and established its superiority No. 6,George St. Pbiladclpbi,1833.j the public, on die credit of prospecUve im f't:
SAND -Revolving once
: in every particular, over that cut Q Publishers ofNetvspapenwbo insert provements and future excellence, the buV
id 54 seconds. It is tho belt-light on she
by the old process. this advertisement, end forward, a paper luhers are; content to,rest their:claims I,
coast 8. W. by>> Q.-from Key West Light. to
; containing it,to,J. It 8.,will be el tilied to ,
Lat. 24 36 N-LongOJ 57 TV., situated The ,Letter Foundry business will hereafter $3, payable in settlement of their, accounts ',public consideration distinctly :.on
'directly on, .the Reer., ;The Light 70 feet be carried on by the pit tie!'' ber renamed when their bills amount to not less than$10.J.fcB. they have already,a ccomplUhed, d icspeetfully \1

above the sea. under the firm of White.Hagar&co. 1 invite !tbe patrons orAmerlcID'III'"-

TO R'ttJO A9'!nCSHT S ti ioriaf'J.o..onlotle Their specimen exhibits a complete series I' ,. J ro.o: ,eiunine.tbzdt:journal: ,
of the Dry Tortugas Islands,, near the from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book : what and'.Jidftj! '
i4' lrs3T!
'western extremity-; the Reef in Lat. 24 and News type being in the most modern PROPOSALS 'When! #u!lti is[ !considered flpm.What it If.L.:* \ I

.31 N-.LoDt:83 W. light and style. FOR PUBLISHING IN KEY WEED, : lie c meter that no perlodicil .: 1
for the : ?J ;; .for origm.hty ud rarier*
Co. agents
; White, Hagar & are
LIGHT HOUSE AT THE ,MOUTH OF sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Y'ress. r A NEWSPAPER. f'of'b\erarlco..ten, ,,comprehtnaiveacBrct ;;

.. -aT. () .ulvi2R. es, which they can furnish to their ,customers To 9*:EimitxoEEir '1'1I8 PIan,*ndtbe tmona .of mtttef:(weekly taa-
at the manufacturer prices., Chases sentedi.has,ever >been 1..attempted la*U*,

erected A.new at, 'lighthouse1"the mouth of baa the St.recently John's beds Rite Cases Composition Sticks,',Ink and every <'; > ...' "'. ''JirtQvJ-. .. -!:iL'. dolls. .-" .Jew pricetbM: ">tnreetoihe:

Whlch'uIllumined 'fm'thefirst article used in the Printing Business, kept .... por.&nnumi the publisher trust Ibvj
erE.1' for sale,and furnished on, the;.shortest.notice. mltt'tlNbEitSiGriD',';bassi afros) reJL : will'nOt; ,1dcpmed' '
time, on the 18th!Dec. last. Old type taken in exchange for new ;L spectfully, to offer prepositions to thJi ; feSrnal")' ea.
peniM bope'ibat.ibeir'
"We have been politely furnished, by an will 4u
at 9 cents per pound. enlightened public, to publish} a weekly
with the JWSLV*
intelligent p master following .lt ttentwn: enouldi! :udtevetj'ifit
N. D. Newspaper Proprietors who give newspaper under the above tItle It jshaflbe
directions and bearing iu seems thelfavor pfthe',
: tr
"'Bring.the light house to tear S. by W. :the above three insertions, will be entitledto 'principally devoted to Commercial Intelligenceipatty : eiti lit rriture;, .. cIIIREbEY'Co.uothmt

half W.in tourJathoms.water,and,make, for Five Dollars in such articles as they may tontroi ray shall. be en- .
9'D "ON8:: \
select from our specimen.New l : )
will vessel tirelytXcmka.Theundorsigned
'it. This1 carry'a' drawings or %b h
'9 feet, safely in at high.water. Continue York,1833.BRUCES : ; is 'fully aware of the Y P J:.will published ... ,

your course for the light.until you hate 4 NEW YORK TYPE, FOUN 'difficulty of' the:task/ie/ is about'to undertake O i; i4fy.'rnorn on,a,\large:rffl '

fathoms, and haul up N. W.by W. for tho \ The subscribers respectfully ,' and in', e6risidcrition ; of tl.4fiJe? beat qulitiaDd.a nIed" '
mouth of the rivers >"If the large)house on inform the printers;that they have recently experience, ,'has bbteined.the| pobliatb'wants: of !kQna.tp4 i iyorlcounny;It 'TWODO$. / 1

the starboard tide of, the river caD be Been completed a variety of new fonts ''of letter ; IswoPK: ..annum 3>ajr assistance from ( whose
over top north point of the beach,bring to in tbe style of the latest European specsmenswellcalculated friends age: and 'J'be.experience of-the past J eau i ida1oa .
bear S. W. by W.half W.'and run foritun'ta for ornamental printing quatificatioM render' them' competent to es: ",to.regard, he advance
you get.the'above bearing the light, or sastcfiil display,and making,an .assortment 'the talk. 'For lits own part; he pledges distant subscribers payment froiH

then run for it as above directed and you of Printing Types unrivalled in himself' that, so ftf as ,hit health and i an indispeasable con '
will have'the greatest depth of'water that beauty: ,extent and..rie\Yo' A book Of specimen strength'will permit-the'public'tnay ,
there fa on the bar.' may be'"obtained at the Foundry, dpon the.'utmost regularity in'the publication or t .fe,delayed tilj the wpiratiJI :;
v "This light'house will be'of.great Jmporitance. No 13,Chambers street, near Chatham of the pnpa. '' I.!Wi4s! ;Cfty.ecnti WiUb&W .i

.* ,No notice;.has,'to our knowledge, It contains specimens from Twelve .Line \ Great', will betaken'to obtain the ..Any : person;:reaittintf,':'teaidoltanftbndp! !
ibeeo published iU erection. The consequence Pica to Pearl-Comprising paini ,clierg e...touj,8bAllrecciveiiacopkafor6t3DPosf Ii
been of vessels 45:>> (forms of Roman with t.' earliest: ''most, correct intelligence ofWrockjnd I"
,has that masters Caps case' year, the a ppp'rti; .. .Irll.ge '
,hare been deceived, and in one iustanc a 35 do Italic do do Wrecked Property,and' alsoreports 'pn i..'. ,, '.lUUlerIlDu: : :
for 6 do title Roman do of vesselapassing neat'he Florida 'others alD '
iesse jistook'the object? anotb'er,light do .JI 1
," pee interest tbeatelv& ,
and Tan to Augustine,"caniing a delay & do title Italic do d. lte f. 'ahifLthtJu
:in reaching her destination of several days. 5 do ah'd Roman do do Gv u'iZUY to th under ,m, QuI ; :* uraac. that lio 1 !
OJ friendly "
____ ._. _. ._ 17 do Antique do do takingwill please:r : subscrip'i'o 'and ,best,... pQ8sib.lejb. rmi.wm: be afforded ticmitiatanel "

\ ,AH ACT: to repeal An Act,to provide for 1$ do Black do do forward tbe Brats to the Editor goon aspossible. : j H.v..v.J 1 ..J;;. I)
5 do Open Black do dd' -
the appointment of Pilots, and regulating '
2 do Script, do do "bsrebj ci'' ; o-
tho rate of pilotage at Key West, andfor. J. '4TKINSON.Tc .
5 do Genn'n Text do do .t1 1i'f'p"DJmt; Gtoag rof ty fJtMrit

otherpurposes. 25 do Twol'nerora'ncapswithfigs' .: &er. : 1,1834...._ __ .. .. h' JFJorUitbr th* cant ti # .
Sec. 1Be it enacted: by the Governorand 11 do Two lines Italic capital -neJwWfJe '41d on Monday.thq.4tb'da 4

.Legislative Council of the Territoryof 10 do 8t/dCap:'of,. kinds., THE NE'WYORKER.On Ma,; IBttat-. .

Florins. That the Act passed 15th Feb. 'do Open dot do' Saturday the 21 at of Marco,'will bo cvu tyannder,.tbetltrpaths Me6 "dt. i

1834, to (Proyide for tho appointment of 'do Italic capitals and'f gura. issued the first number of the second volume C QUo"j r,;D'P4Cton/tJa I s M :

pilot and to regulate the rate, of pilotage Besides ornamental letters' backtlope. of Tns Niw-Yottxa and Ibe pub. InK yWetAtth; < ....... iAotaath., ,DO :

at y'l89t, be, and the same is?hereby music,lottery figures, piece :fractions; sub Ushers trust this'carlyantlaracoment will 4'" ..J **'t**''' .ti'." ** ,
O ,
.T Ass EAS IL '
periortj,astronomical: : and oibtrsigns,space r',! f
: t.
repealed,and that hereafter thee ppointmentof rules,brass roles, ornamental dashes, long attract' the settonable attention of all those JWO P. BAUI.: ,
pilots, and the regulation? pilotage braces; mont than two hundred kinds of who may choose .to commence their aubacriptionjL ASA !. TIIT. .'' t ..f i

in Alpnroe county, shall be by, the- county border;ana more than '1000 kinds pi cuts .t that time. h'I c11a1i Jt'"w..t 4tOtq' ""t.J l- c.bUaus..

court, when assembled for county purposes, and ornaments for schoolbooks, newspapers TUB NavYfiSXJMwJllcodtiniietopro.scnra < :"' t .j ; .

and the qualification and duties of pilots, and scientific works;'orders for aay of the general charjbcter.'which has thai 't' .' ._' ij

.and the rates ofrpUcrtajrerthall benbe came .which,or composing sticks, eased,\ chases, far secured iltbs''pproValof.ts adily-and .; ii\ .i JLETCHSLVILUAM \ I t ;

*as, was ,estabjUhed'ft&re'the';: passage' of fee,will be expected with theatmgstprowp.; rapidly Jncreajdag parto a2euda: popojarity i .\ : :u.{ rLB'OORa.' ,

rthe before recited, Act; but Ito, .county r titUdea large.stock being always on band. commensurate with t&sphere' of'ita : I'J: UItLua.r.J. : j. ." ,i
They will also execute orders for printing ,OfflQ. ... .... J..
ra II; .
ban.li full l of
"court circulation' 'fbar
: yo' to its plah '
power peculiarities .
prescribe ,ink, tie, which will furnish at ; .
presses they 4
-' 'riJ: 8 ,
eother} qualifications,'and make' any: ;alteraatious'in the manufacturei's prices., \ ; were adopted after moch reflection;and we f.MtI: :

: regard to Pilots t and 'Pilotage as Printers newspaper will please publish have not learned that its piprniqen.tfeatures t ,Bjul& '.

they may. eeln' propcr and/requisite, and this advertieementwlt6note')thrive I have failed In V single point! to receive the t a .JDfplu't1, oN -' I.. \' tf ,f'

i to fin$; or dismiss i any,Pilot,for improper times;sealing a!paper containing it to the appfObadoil flU'pifrons: and too public. r ,) Cloth, : "'0" i

conduct, but n e JHIot shall bo appointed Fo\u>d7,+an4 receive payment whevibey' th paper::vnjlconunuelo.be, ,\rraoged U .= '

"pfdi id. except when the judjf of,the purchase from the four times the aaouat of their bras. tc .J .. 'Wi' f ite !II

court-and: three justices be present, Factory. n v < -.; -L L D f. ahqp "" i'V '.
aunty ..GEORGE JmUCE/ilCo. ,. .. D8 ld t P. 4 m
r, in/such appointment or dismissal ; ooteoral ,tOt ,tho pt pef, tod-pc; FaobU,U'1::'ftU\ ",.." t

,and thojodge shall'have'power.to Ncwdoers or 'v ., tgu { _&t-impt4, .CQI.._ lr n.rmn .- .; ". .
call f t13e p6gr eK T '3J1attended fJ ; "' '
three N : :
justices''of the county togetherto tiC idIugp Q' aalaad8dpcted
to immediately if .t 'Sttea..WJ _d';"" :: '
act open any application ,for a brand, A yet .J 't .1 c. =l-.T
E iLEilNo.
t ".fl
.or epoa'compW made against a Pilot. .4 Broad- % e @IItJ_ .. ,, .. -fsaCeffeltdr [
Charleit3a .at
,s.C. )t : ".., -
and the Pilots"now ta 'commission shall bra 1 J3 '. .- a1,"- ....,! ., ::,
'rtuhr it :: _a::: .. .. .,
brad>a"udlf the Wit. session "I e' 4 tU...". : Il
"t,Hae'county osrt, \vhen, u apnlicatioa TYPBFOfcffDtfY: ; .=1M !" .. tj.
: ,
: .
to tie .hr.: o7Mr.JICIf ... ,.. 4 "' ,
court J .. .
now btsb&es (issue .
.. '
,. las _... .N s I
bag ...... w
:to= : ::!I :
as "
,; s en court l .. 'F-.lrn tWaaJi". ....J" "
tt.Irani btaneWI tb;fed.- =s : ben very have.formed-a trtnznbigfor the o f hia etbmwlaoto ... &IV KnT,. tI''i 1d;

i 1IfI

., .. .
'at1tluf'residocf 1 laid 'cargo"f the said I Cij4ine and'acquirement* collcgiato'ed--: *Tkff following+ communication"!may.

for> and on account of all_ ucation, however various and extended, ded uaby Capt.rAaic: 6f the Brig Berse;.
Nathan Perry
: I
Tlj ENQUIRER. will not )have their value. They will '
.VF* \ -1 ,, j-- --.. i_ concerned and interested therein.i give In another place.of t -d.ys "paper, it will
WIIITEIIEAD-ET.) And it is further ordered.Idpl and )him consideration and usefulness, which be found that had hinted
*(tCBUSHD WCEKMf_ OH : i will be seen and felt in his daily intercourse I we at it, butts
AT FIFE POLLAnatPEU ANNUM decreed, that out of the sums the of registry money no*f of business or pleasure,they will give him this gives a' more"' g erieraly;account of the
be raised and into
:WJJaC is,it but a map'of burp lifel-.Cowf tn.'IN'ADMIRALTY. to this Court,'the, ClerK paid pat to the :Libcliant weight and worth as a member,:ot';;society, I circumstances, we think it will i! be doing a

A accountof himself and all others and be a never failing source of honorable, duty to give it a place'in our columns.
Robertson '
2&. 183'
.0 .-- J. concerned-and,Mitereited 1 os --Salvors in and lasting employment, under all circumstances Mr,Editor.-- The attention of the
,. :. thou ;in every.station of life. They will : pub-
this cause, the aforesaid.sum of six lie has often been called to thi indignities
BlCtiAIUMiOBEUTS, ) sand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars! preserve him from the delusion of dangerj j offered to American: .citizens in (he

and thai he also gambling table tvill riot resorted to, to extent merit
& ) brigand cargo, an as to interposition
The brig Lexington cargo. of
tho slow and listless of
hasten time
the cost of this step the United States
and distribute suit Government. I
V This case, in its most important pay when the library offers a'aura'and more attractive am'the
entitled to the same. convinced of the of
have ( to the persons \ I more truth the different
$ similar to many others whichf class WEBB resource. Tho bottle will: not be
; JAMES -Judge. statements)made in the United States
Idecided by this Court. .I that applied to stir the languid spirit to action rela-
tive the
1836. to
11 outrages committed
.Avhioh the preservation ef the property April and delight, when the magic of the poet is citizens from on American -
Jias dependent upon the exer : having seen during m
been at hand to rouse the imagination and ,
JTJtaX THE DEtCCB.GERMAN. late visit.to. Campeachy, several
., 'Ions; of the Salvor*, Without those exertions A SCE3 its fascinating wonders the soul. Such instances
: and rendered.too in the most timely Now only the highest summit peeped gifts, such acquirements, will make their of the violence exercised by the Mexican \
iand efficient mannerevery thing must have outof the waters. -Sernin, a noble youth, a true friend cherished authorities. The Brig Betsey of New London -
possessor : a more
of the fairest of dames) had under my command, was at
; been lost., Thd vessel struck upon 'one whom ono time
companion, a more interesting beloved
I .'the. most dangerous parts of .Lbo Florida eternal truth, had landed,his beloved Zemi-. and loving husband, amore valued, and seized and placed under the direction of '
: {Reef; a% a time when,the wind was blowing ra on this' pinnacle. .. :Alone,for all tbo rest spected parent. the military authorities of the place, and
heavily, and Joo.SCII running,high as tobreakoverber had!.bce9 wept off,by.theflood.tliey stoodin myself put in such a situation as to bo deprived
the ,The .waves -94P of all control of the vessel .
with almost every wave,and f ovu'ng.storniiwind. or power
A COMET.'t :
-most splendid comet is
,, ,ihe,WU driven: so high ujwn the rocks ,asto broke upon them. the thunder bellowed expected .to- between-the ,months of over the crew. The Schooner Corine ,
4 render,it impossible for her crew to have above them, and below roared a swelling I and appear of this Capt. Crocker, was also seized on the'24
May August Lieut. R.
, \'gotten, her,off 'even though every part ofI ocean. Gloom was the darkness around Morrison of the British' year.has April, the 'master put in custody of the
, Navy published
jher, lading had,bean' thrown overboard, I unless' tning"illuminated, the dismal soldier, and after being carried: through
: typ deed so thoroughly convinced was, Cap.t. ",cene. 'Every cloud threatened derstruction a which most will interesting be seen account in the constellationof of this comet !the streets of the City, and suffering} such

Perry: of hi* inability relieve her, or*:to from its dark brow, and every Ursa He "it will indignities as would ,make. any honorableman
t, afterthrowting rolled .along .and, seemed Major. says afford Qdeg.ee revolt was finally ,
nave any portion of the cargo,( wavo carcasses full incarcerated in e
of'light equal moonthatits
,; orerboard his entiro deck load) he bre-- .yearning (bra further prey. -Zemin pressed Mexican prison.
spared himself to abandon her in his:: boat, -her lover kr,her trembling heart. Tears tail will extend over 140 degrees,-.and Much has been said about violations of "..
when head of tlio
,iand, 3only" prevented doing so by the I mingled with the rain drops which trickled the comet reaches the the Revenue laws of Mexico by citizens of
meridian its tail will
t appearance of,the'Salvors, and the prospect I down' ,her=:trale checks. She spake with swjeep the horizon.4'Doubted. the United States, but if appears to me,that
4 >which was thus afforded of obtaining assis-- faltcrigvdue- [ ] The author contends that the although:,the evasion: of the ,.revehue l laws

taoce.' .The.; services of the' actors were "There is no hope of safety more.1ly electric will .and attmctisepowers x>f the comet 'of any country Is little short of,.crime, yet
'secured and 'the beloved Semin- oil sides have,very .serious effects upon .our the of the Corino
.j ttberefore immediately are on surrounded m case it need ,not..becalled
',.whole of the remaining cargo was tranship2ped.from ,with lowering':'death. > O desolate! O atmQSpbe ,in producing inuudati nsearth. :breach of these laws, because the
the Brig to the smaller vessels tyitbem wo You may see it climb near and nearer quakcs, storms, lea pests, valcaD c.erup- ,master. appears to have ,acted with good
,,under circumstances of,pecdiar} difficulty : the death which awaits us. ''Which these tions, and epidemic-diseases. In supportof faith.) The facts in his caso were these:-:.'
I and of great hazard'1o their,own billows is to submerge us? Hold .me in the theory, be refers to the different appearances 'A passenger with regular passports had engaged .

perty.nd personal danger to themselves, thy cold and shivering arms, my beloved ot this comet for, the last SIX to,.go to Nenr'Orleans in the vessel,
'and the brig was then taken from the rocks soon shall I, soon shall you be, no more, hundred years-showing-that:in the comet and 'his 'baggage put .on ; board under thu
.and. brought to this port sifter receiving so swept into the universal whirlpool .f de- years these phenomena! prevailed to a great customary ..restrictions; but a. suspicion

i much.injury while thumping upon them, as struction. Now my.God what a wave approaches extent. Ho predicts that the summer of having arisen that bald money on board,
. to.require a sum of money almost equal to it glitters in the lightning--it 1835 will be remarkable: for intense heat, officers were sentj; $2000,was found in hw

ct her, present value to put her in a' proper I passes over' p5"' She snake, arid_,sunk ,which may be expected ,to destroy. the harvest trunk, in consequence of which the vessel
.state of repair. powerless on Scmin. in- some,parts of the woiJd-that it was seized-the' router and passenger tak-
<,, lIt is a general rule of decision in this .-. # ': ,# '.* *-' *, will be noted for volcanoes and earthquakes, en into'the custody'of! ,the soldiers, the latter .

Court,andl believe in all otber'Co rts of O God 'of judgment she exclaimed, and other similar phenomena. The end put in prison,and theCyrmcr'8utrercdll

.Admiralty this .country, where property "is there no safety, no pity for use How of 1835, orbegit. ping or 1836,may bo expected the insults before 'ineri i nec!i.,and for
.has been saved from inevitable destruction: the waters rush, the thunders roar, and the -to be remarkable for some one,or what for an offenco perpetrated by one of

*iUnder t circumstances'much difficulty, voice of'the'winds cell of'His"unalonablevengeance. more- very extensive' earthquakes. The ,their own) citizens.If'such. (thipgs aroufJ"W'ed.to
hazard and .risk to the' alvonrto direct, I ,O God our years have passed winters of "1836 or 37 will,bring a'frost pass unnoticed, we.:may despairof

jjbat?one ,moiety 'of that, property, of its i in.innocence_.! Thou ,.my Semin i ,-wa ttthe 'suCh as has not been equalled.for.at4east our national honor,* and'lose the higli:
rvalue, 'be paid .. a/ com DAtion for the most,YIf ':IOUS pt., youihsv ,Wotonelthou 1 20 years. The parts of the writ, which : standing we have hitherto held among the
services thus rendered. This rule,' it is '; hast adorned*my being With thousand Anticipates will suffer most are.those 'nations"Of the earth. W.. C. SARI '

and sbould yield to ; joys; but they are fled*-they and gone for, situated to ttJ .-north of(Asia, and some :..... ..u..t *Jrtg.IJcOfiChcauc
.' \ordinary'circumstances, as'if the pro;. l!I ever. And thou, who gayest me y tifq, I" parts of tho southern' hemisphere.! Those '. re marriage.-po
of the earth in the of 'i: of our
crtpaved.wereofgrest valueand 110 preser- thou too, 'hast been torn 'from'rb ai'de, parts vicinity of volcanoes a.
jvation.wasnot attended with extraordinary and my ht had to rjehold. pJ are'always subject ,to the electrical ''fair readers wish to,know.what abases they

danger,and labor on the part of the Salvors, liruQJfP'P.tb; 'head above the waters) and phenomena of earthquakes," because thefrequent'internal have of getting married let them study tbe

the proportion! of salvage 'in'reference to ihv armS(for the lasitinie,as if to bless me. changes ..which the combustion following table. If.b"ti cD l7 and 23 let

: ,tbat Valudirould be much diminished,& on' All, are swallowed I, up. Yet.Semin, Scmin, creates must necessarily.produce a their hearts flutter .with the of
derangement of electricity. : And if expectation
.tbeotberhandjifthevalueof, :the property this lonely and forsaken ,world would be a whilethe.
.jpiro:ery'Jitaall,'and the hazard 'and' labor paradise to roe, .ith'thee, still ,by,.my.:side. comet Is'.near the Dearth, overcharged .soonreceiving those attentions which sa
r r' of saying it. very ,gaoait t.- the proportion O God, our years have passed in innocence j with electricity, thero bo any internal cav .large a P rojtiori of:the;: f 8'T6 dailies enumerated -

..ebod be increased .eoasioafibrda.com- ia:.there.no pity for vthe blameless-r-no 1 :' saU ity of the earth deficient'of that fluid, it : did forc"tbem--no'r"nced theydespair""if
: in V vation! ". will rush into the earth at ,that,spot. This
rpeosation some degree equivalent to.the \flat"say" myi.tormented.heart; : ? 'few/'more
; a : have
: this pardoninel : : wo'take to have been the case,in.1766 jearsta'tiould
tJ f ttyicedtrendered1n; case howeVer, Gods 4Ve .are dying; Whatis '
..din is nothing perceived which sLuld take human Innocence..before thee!'- ,. near ,Naples, when the sudden rending,of .passed ''Over,>them j- -a.-Joerniet be

ti j "ut'of the dnlinaq rule'and; the 'priJpoi- The'youth held ,his beloved who shivered the earth destroyed.40,000 ha roan being (found,' but,wo unto them if they'have

: .tion established by it will be decreed to in the storm-wiod.and. spake: ".[Boston''Whig.' I I 'footi back'.upor oJ3i; ,To,!Iiaye i only l '3cDan-
I I. Jhl,actors eata reward for their timely l and Alas, my beloved l all) life is.,wnshed off .i, ces in. your-/avorto f 873'/against is a
*CI 1W is ".= 'you
.ineritorioua.exertions. from the earth:np-nwrtalnow; ,howls.inid fye yoor cJlop. Yesterday lamentable .: '
,*Tbe Court has.also taken into consider- Ib; roariag.of this desolation.I My belayed morning, at ah euctronsalea ,!JU anta y.of, prospect. ?, -
IfUoa. the request of Capt. Perry, that' a Zemira, .the corning instant is our. last. goods were brought forward among which The following cilrioaaitateinent, by Dt.
jjo of the brig directed, in the'decree Yes*, they'are fled 1 all the! 'hopes of olf1ifeit was one considered parcel of;goods described Granvilleis: takenf'tri:; JEogluh: : paper;

jto rendered in this cause; in consequence t h ly.mOl 4J1.tl."heni;, wo towed;to each ,upon>> ,the catalogue in a proper manner, it.is drawn frpin.theregistered cases of 87C
t V tofttha; great'injury she bas sustained J and other,inv o1aUa constaucy,.we have in vain and immediately after followed another WOlMD,-and is derived from their'Vanswers'to
} the difficulty.of 'getting such'repairs made exulted.II-w.e.are dying., JJut;Jet.us not large ,lot described on the catalogue! as "do. 'the age'of"which;theyriedlithofir respectivdy'mar-

; At this port,as are indispensible to enable like oatcasts! :pine, ever common lot,- do. dd." After both Jots,were Bold,:and i \;"'ever:constructed to .
tfeerto proceed in safety to:_; :But upon What IS the longest life 'and the joyfullest, upon Amore thorough) examination, i itwas 'exhibit to.ladies; their'chances of'ria' 'rrTaie

t sa ,eu=ination: of tbe-report ofthe'Fort but a dew-drop which,hangs,to day on the i found that the,second--lot, 'though' it-was at various'ages.',l :.Of- ,the'Wff- _females__ there

I Wwrdertsdstobeiconditionand value,and rock, and io-roorrow. falls into theo& .n., handsomer than the first, and had'sold-con- were marriedEAE8 ,:: .. ..-..,..: .
f ths cost necwaTj to;: tfaif' trtthe Court Lift up thy courage," lieyond t .life'there aiderably higher'vas an article of doubtful .\ !OF ,ACT.VJAW :OJXCt.. I.
believes it it net to tho I is*a bliss and quality, not entitled td the
. ,interest of those eternity Let us not trembleto description put 3 .at 13 '48 tar 27' '
;, to fohomihe belons,of to:the office,where cross tbe-narrovf, 'sea:" against it on the'catalogue The purchaser .II4* 14 '! ''82'.c' is
I irIibis idtiited'tbilf Jb a sbould boao1d, es-- V '*; # ,* announced that acconnf of the deccp- 16" J5'4' "JT.ie' 29

I specially to'a$ 'eGtW would jnakoit net Counge..andjo.arose'n..ibe"IOUl..or r- lien/he 'should' +;receive' the go6ds. The 43 CI 16 .. fi.fa .30

, I,, .cess" *..r'!Dat $* F.M*:of' her.cargo. shouldMj Zemira, and embellished her i oui 'enance. question' teas. stlbmitted to the arbitration '16" 17' j ,r". 31
1 ,\ }se be Bold,.that portion ofit!.which She lifted be(hat da amid the tempest, nnd of ttivo"ot three gentlemea the company, 76 18 I fi'4 32
will remain' after. Jthe. on the spot j whop decided rtvith little
payment of salvage said: very llfi cc 19 1; 'f> 'c 33
ij( oouldnottareshipptdiW! Its destinedpok: ",Yet, JI feel, .these great: and mighty hesitation,that" as the: mpltt was fairly 'ex" '118." 120 ;0 V f 5( 34

. without incurring'aifexpense ,foe the charter truths,-Ye are but gone-before, beloved hibited, the purchaser-could:hot be let off 86. 21* s .::::3"3&* .

of a vessel-..* '*iacn".its, ?whtf,would not ones,who were lately torn from me;'we, on account o.uterfor'or'..misrepresentation 85 CI ,ft '' 0. 36 '
i in
i L justif the catalogue,oi by tte auctioneer *
d tooyare'combgr we soon shall meet again. j 69.u'::2y : i '2.'< 37"
I decieede"1C ,dju :aDI See, my beloved death, Ifle th''coming but lLte'eryman: when' the goods are exTnpited .8324 t ',:'" ;:'b .it, "0 ws 38

me marsbali-iftetV' Dff five nearer, on ,this risingetiflingblackness'of "must examine for himself:.and.bid ,3Q'H' 26 t .. ', ,,' ,' '. '''"' ,4ft '
I ,.. days notice of tbe. time. and place of sale, the WlYO. ;.0 Semis, ,embrace rue:, leave. upon ,thet information'which ha obtains iaJhat -24 26 t > '*.; p:'f 40 lT
proceed '-..U at public outcry 1: for cash ma not, the wave lifts---IDcat.1*' :way Thiisti'wt:( take it; is 'dearly:a '
tbealC tl,'l!oo II pork,' 'molisses and such '''I embrace thee ira"Aid theyouUi.So sound, legal,.as well raercantile decavrr.ihel 'PAVTJtocKirrT's' LA T Tbe Colonel
other ar iclestpeitainlagto the cargo ofthe thfy apake shale the flood swept "rJovr.'com. was present jda the ;pkndid route ,lately l
. ,
lm.q} f onhav6boen: repot cJ them: AWf is-each othetb arms.. -. 1,', abbreviations 'c'do.. ao:do:"'above, 'given'by Gen Green at V Washington! and
J t"s jtfveyca sa' being already dama:wi, I. : ,> temtndsusof an error into wluch'a Home was induced Jo dance;or rather io'atteinpt'to

.or' Ijkelyto.bec6me so by bei .lkep'\on iBEAUTlFUL EXTRAcT;: i in London, many years wnce,'was led',Ah dance, i in:a quadrille. The figure was
bud, and so much! tjf' he: residue' ot: said f importer of hardwarein an eaatern city was rintnie ate and tbe Colonel got::off the trail. '

cargo'.M, wiliih that already speeded; BY, OSETU' 1* )lONU350 ... L. p. desirous of importing, a large,folio family Turning'to his partner,alaughable, fun--Jo'
,the ale and ,In ) ;ing:,gm-be spologised4fur-hi error, and
produce -aix-thousandteight: I -tWThe American parent deesraa, ; maktag out an;order for anew
: bjuslrco
fcondied, and : ', remarked characteristic.'expression,
: aesortment of ,
wvcnly ve.t.dMlaHiflg i to his child which goods he closed 'his
no iaberitaacecap .,,
tf\1 compensate invoice thus- that he was not much educated jn dant1ni.although ,
itaai.6f 1 wed f :
'Io a y ue 0 who refuses forgive Mm vialledacation '
=i rJ.ndci". o I a.q.d. ct ,IW'J cosfc of because' he'bnot iQtedd'for a '2 "gtu.'Darlow Penknives, he cou14.8taod.PPJ the pUipwork
t amt; iifd ttuURerrtkingsaTd'sumsofto learned I folio Bible i (describing mighty perpendicular; but continuedbe
ti be .lJfofeasloD.-.wbatetU"1'o; may in 4rhecoMeqaence wasih\t ) j: when you come to put in,, the acientifis
i J) tJ'r the rgg &t'ot&his"i.. tend, he cannot know to'what lira 'son'iaay instead of re- '
I J .. -.distributed uxOrdiiug tq the comic; and if there should be tio change'in cet.!ing'iingl booklalargebox'was found ticks.. -L VV _

\.I, t 'of_ 'tIM. aaVwind' kbat lie- forthwith, this vt ect, will '.' lil erUed\icationtelost{ amon4thebDportahoncolltainintt 144 huge Taix on Badirloi..A il < .rs-
1 i Dte" fti.O: 'man'd.- 'n.-trn" 1:' t "11' upon List, because cot ';laws bibfes.-Dcd1" Ad,. ': .marked in company that i| thought be Ri
I co J.;t t bid it6 t"'h 'may have Dust divint f' ''Hothtog trill.eII be'tsore untrue .!" A'" easant JateJ ..... ; ;;should Lea tax 'on the single ,'tat wY0mad3)n
-- >f .1iseo'cled'1)e') .1.:
.bee 04 will Qnable perme4ous than alias opit< D: ft*b impoa- icbolr or the church at Qneaitt the : .rejoined loaf-*."" .
France i
; !'cU\lr' raising mid sums aible'to Imagine'a dtitea of thisi commonwealth 'a ..ntO, filled .with old '{ A ) w Ct a 9't '
i cf money ({ dJ that he then restore Spanhh crowns oT notable #men,.or c
I to be in.any situatlOgAhic4 the dim .gold, of the dates of 1600 to V < I
i ;" -iH"I wq W*& :>: J ; j8'3o old feachtljor ajr on ail o Ttu v'o"


'" eo


.--- .--=------' j are pillaged, passengers I : and'others fobbed t ,-'r--It the John Denison which sailed on 1. .t..Jl L14 I \L .,41L I 11. I' ':.,.

''I' rl TRC' ENQUIRER.Altgy and an utter disregard of all tho rntral 1 Tuesday for Charleston, went passenger i Died, on \Vednesday morning April U. \i':

WEST,,SOUTH FLOU DA. qualities of our nature manifested: ,and that, the Rev. ALVA BENNETT, the Missionary 'I epee Joseph,of Napoleon this city,,aged son of 10'Mr.months Joseph, Xem \ f'

too in section which is tho't to this, place from the Protestant ;
SATURDAY, APRIL 25: 1635.CorrecftoM. a of country Episcopal 1 1
( to be particularly enlightened and where. ,Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society .
In the editorial aftide of! ,, 3 arnt Knuufce Rod ,.' !
the laws are looked upon with peculiar 'who has officiated for the last six months
relating to Mrs. White,. 'in the I .. i
last' week,. "balance ", read: Colonel.Also .--- reverence. Truly gratifying* is it to haveit a| Rector of the congregation of St. Pauls j I .A l U ED. .
14th line, for in our power to invite a comparison be Cliurch, in this, City. As Mr. BENNETT : April IpthSchr Dutchman,Taitipa "I

in Imo S3 from the head. of tho'cot. tween the acts !of those engaged in'. the Us left Key West with,no ;intention of re.Mining 20th Brig Betsy, Park, Camieacbyl Bar

umn, for "colleges," read cottage*.. same responsible business on the coast of ., ,we shall be again (but only for a bound to New York. ,

The.decree (llis'Honor! Judge WEBB, Florida, and the acts of these wreckers of fcw months we trust.without any religious spoke" Schr Transport Plough Schr Boy',Motto Bowman 48,hours St. Mcrks from i' )i., '

in the case of Brig Lexington,will be found New Jersey and >:'ew York. services upon the Island,, to distinguish Key West, bound 'to 'Tampa, tbo ; .

in to-dayfl paper.: Much has been said to the prejudice of fpm the other days of the week the sacred Lnterpme, bound for same:place. flffi,

who in arrears for advertising the men who are engaged in wrecking up Jay which sawpur LORD arise,' and, .which CLEARED ,(
All those arc on tho Florida reef but we believe that ina tit{ nations of Christendom join 'in setting April 20th Schr Black Hawk/Ifolde. t I
this office are Ilavana
Job Printing, &c. to Passenger AIr JCI''lson. \ '
; vast majority of the cases, the animadversion part for other and more serious avocations 21 Schr John \
jtequested to make payment to the Editor. >nilonp JdCharies. .
upon their conduct was unwarranted. Han those of ordinary life. ton. Passengers, Mr. Weavcr Lady and .

; Our8eloea-A most, egotistical title for We have been informed, and by au- We have procured: a copy of the letter servant; Miss C. FonbnoIiss Del Jspin j

'an article, but if a maR is at any time to thority that we cannotquestion, that the iddresscd by the Vestry of the Church to Miss Collins, Mrs.Manning,Rev.Mh Ben' I 'j
for himself the subjectof \\Ir.BENNETT their nett Lady and child, Capl' S. Cu hman, I
be pardoned making Underwriters have: expressed themselves : ,containing propositions and W.D. Fontane. 'a

his own remarks, we claim present generally, as being better pleased with tbe ,br a further engagement with that gentle 2.2'Bloop Spy, Thompson, Florida: \ I I',

tho exercise of the indulgence; Friends, manner in which wrecks are dealt with in Tan, but which he did not consider as of Reef: .. ,I'I y

Countrymen and lovers, hear me for my our vicinity, than they arc with the result,of ering sufficient pecuniary encouragementsbr 11'.14 \!

cause," while... nearly in the words of Shy. similar misfortunes elsewhere The Editor him to return to Key West; and as it is vmsSEL 'W.ln-w7

.t,)r.k, ho who for.sometmonthspasl has catered of the Key West Gazette, published i .matter in which we are all i interested' weAve GOOD VESSEL is wanted to tafco ::1.

for'.your information and amusement, here in 1832, on adverting to this subjectin it a place in our columns the balance of the cargo' of Brig ; y''

asks your'' hath note printer dimension, his paper, says tlr UX/,. i -_ .to Norfolk and Richmond. ,For )'

senses, aficctioiw, passions j ? is he not fed We state as a general principle that in ittterfrom the '''utry of St. Paul Church to particulars 'apply to. :F. A",1iROWNE.4! r
all of wreck the Florida Reef ](Key Wen,to the Rev.Aha Bennett. .
thesame food to the same upon "" '
subject 1835.
with April (gft-lw.] ; _
the of the KEY WEST March .
private property Captain,passen- I 20,1835. I.VB.
"diseases s'Je are l.if he has no 'money, gers, and crew of vessels so wrecked, is Rev.and Dear Sir:-In compliance withy William i 'H. Shaw,. ; blot;

can he buy food ,i if;ye starve him will ho given up without any demand for salvage; r request conveyed through one of our In Attach.

not, die? .if ye pay him, well. will ,he not rejoice among numerous instances of this kind, n ber, we have it now in our power to John Copland Ex'r of the .} me4'; 1
1. :" > last wilt and Testament
? if.ye .Ifdscribefor: Aw paper will we select the following: i it irrn you what remuneration tho' congre- "f t},
be'thankrul?* The Brig Marcelly, Capt. Monroe, was .g! i ion of St. Paula,Church will be able tom J. K. Baron. '1'
;he not wrecked and totally lost near Cape Florida. ke to you as their Rector, should you ALL parsons<< interested Will fake notice ,1.. :
Makiog-a slight o 11 alteration in.couplet! The cargo, consisting of cotton, was saved re urn to Key West from your journey to the above suit has been commenced "; ,<

of Dr. Syntax,',wo may wy with him and brought to this place by Capt. Barker; tl) if north which you at present have in con. by attachment; and are notified' 'to J ,t a

Hope in'i' itself is.very,good, a private venture of the Captain was givenup te iplation. plead to, thedeclaralionhlledherein. .. "
But'tis by nO'n: ins solid {ood- without any claim being made for sal. Ifou are aware that the present allows A. GORDON, Pl!'ffi. j\1tt. ;I ,
April 25, 1835. [28-1!w]
from J fllE
:e Domestic and Mia
fully tested its truth in our editorial vage. the Foreign ?
having In the case of the Ship Dumfries, Capt. si lary Society: to the Missionary here is S' AI J 0
capacity,. while conducting our little Harvoy, lost near 1'ortugas, the cargo was: g X) per annum, and wo have every rea _in: the Post Office at Key'Weit,;'April d.
'seven-by-nine;! and wesball soon have to saved by Capt. Hoxieandneailyonehalfof s(| to believe that the Society is sufficiently 1st 1935. -t f

bid farewell to our,occupation, and go fish it, which belonged the Captain, was cavinccd of the importance the station, B-Beniss,J H;Buchanan, R If;tooth
for a'dinner where f hare l less plenty, tho given up free of charge.A tcrender it probable the allowance.'will be C R.; Cooley, Wm. 2; Crocker, The,'ti>;
I very valuable }lot of books, belonging c1 tinned. In addition to this sum of Crosby, Warner; Durkee,1; J' A; Dency. ,
dollars may be more So-unless our friends to a College in Alabama, saved from tbe i gpo, we, on the part of the congregation W G; English, W Fitzpatrick, R 3; i
'at home: and abroad,ara more disposed! ,Brig Concord by Bap'.Clifl, was not inclu i oiSf.! :Pauls Church, will bind ourselves to Floyd', G J; Gooden, Dan P 2; Green
1 enquire after the Enquirer.. ded, by his consent, in the valuation of tho. 1, you the sum of Fivo Hundred Dollars P C; Jlislop,f C;,I.rford' Jack; 8; Mtf i
For nearly seven months has our littler cargo, and was forwarded to the owners p( annum, and will use our best endeavors: I cheal! ; Harbrison, Francis; Loring'osepb--
; A tender was made by Capt. cnn of"i .c njraisc such further sum by subscription 8, 3; Moore,W M A;; Pa#'et-Lt; Packer.
sent i"eeki'1t,he world
sheet :
been I i
Sloop Spermaceti, to yield up the amonntof I & circumstances may warrant Eldridge; Philips,'Joh'F C; Robertson,
to receive its share of praise or condemnation salvage on-100 bbls.l\lackerelbelonging >n offering to you this amount wo wouldnnark Francis,: ; Shaw,Charles: Smith, Josiah:

,dnd,so fares the. ,exertions. of its Edi to Capt. Blackler and saved from Ship that, considering it a duty we owe Swift, 8ih; Smith, C W;' Van Evour, Ex
toratiasNnteraU *dcril,( wire that in B. as tie was determined to share"tbe'loss.A 1 ("111' generally,.:Jo do all in our powgr John;. Western, J Rf'Winche; er!,: Lt.S; (
hot our
a may be considerable quantity of furniture 'and'' td&ure the services'of'a capable teacfierfctneh White, R Ff'\VI; IdeaJf,-Henry: I '

office tliese' worthies one,and i indivisible) clothing, belonging to a Mrs. Coljrel? N. j j >>fonefit, wo will require: you too/ft*; A. PATTERSON,, P.M./, ; ': ,
trill produce the result;.. for montbs to come Orleans, from fibme'csse v'aIs restored 1 eM: only once each Sunday,in order that : _[283*] _: l' .
I will it continue W present itself to the eyes without 'payment of salvage. We mightgo I ufo time may be allowed to you during i I %TVTOTICE-All person baviar claims: i
however much the on to enumerate many similar instances tll weeks to keep a school for I be instruc* |/ 11 against the estate of David coma Pinek. I
of its.,patron But of liberality on the part of the Wrecker, ti i of the youth of the Island, the emol ham deceased, are hereby,notified that thrt j r-... "
good of'our City may-require its continuance but are compelled to close for want of time, u ent of, which will, of course, be for must be presented 'to be subscriber' on et I' ,
however' too before the 15th day of.June neither; '
intelligenceit they ,
important with the benefit. "
following: I y. +r own will be forever barred, accordlorto*tothe 1, \
may,sometimes contain- however.desirous" The Spanish brig Correro was wreckedon Ve would request your answer when terms of the, statute., Parsons rem J lot :I J},
its proprietor nay be"to see it live and the night of April 2d, 1829,on Carysfbrd y r convenience will admit.; With senti- ; yet indebted to said estate are requested to t.' r'

well:=its death 'must/inevitably, take Reef; she very soon became half full' of I u ts of great respect we remain, your I make payment previous,to thatdav.'. ''!% t n ,
do : water: On tho following murning her situation fi nds and ob' ,serv'ts.s I yri .A. (VHITEHCAD.D l
:place soon,unless it receives additional pat Key We.t'p iI II; 1835. : ''l'll
i was considered so perilous,that it was \ we understand the same offer will bet (pM-eowtd.! :
ronage.' We say'thisytvitli'regret, but we determined to put off for the land,which leby tho Vestry ,to, any other,; Minister' / liE Office of the t'Urk of the u,eilor i,, r t '

do it injustice,,to ourselves, that the public was about 12 miles distant. A raft was o the' Church, possessing the ,requisite i i; '''I tbe JL Court willbe open for busioe.s! durinr [
following izi
? ? From 7 till 0 A.M. ,
may not attribute to the printer alone, an constructed,upon ,which twentythreepere q lifications' forUu-'ltiJatlon\Yefeel con' from 12 W. till 2 P. M., and from 9 ''t1Jt"f I
event Ny "cannot but think will prove I sons were placed,and the two boats man fi nt that one may be found to whom the the evening. ;Lou; Doctf MXjrrs'of'every .
1 ned with eigbteen'men, attempted to row kind will be drawn "t
the field of _
: l A unt of remuneration and upon sptlication''acIwith ,
prejudicial ,to. the interests. -of Key West. the raft ashore; after a vain ,attempt, they ,'I the ereates.t despatch.
Our own exertions.will never fail J in promo. I were compelled to cut the;raft adrift, which u fulness which! is; here presented, may i; Key West ApnlJl, 183$. (Dt&-t') ,TNOWE. ;

.fmg itspfosperity--cahnot our'readers, by 'floated with the current of'the'gulf stream. pre sufficient inducements to warrant a I YIU14SVRY ';A I :I fl
aiding us, ',contribute to the same. end?:-' The boats in their progress to tbe'lhore I p manent abode ampng'us.! The services T E3UnER'S OFFICE; J| j
Thatf they-have the power cannot bVquca- met the wrecking sdir.Native,Capt. Grayer QA I 'Clergyman/at Key ;West are indeed Tallahassee, March If, JJI35. f? ,
and sloop Splendid, Capt. C..l\t'Joh
tloded! ;_ m they not thereforeccxercise, 'it ? son. The persons in the boats ,were taken ;:o\an important nature,' and no placewo, By AN ACT PA8SED4OVEMBERgt, "
189, it Is Bonds
provided that all
UraV. board the sdir. tho thk, within)the limits of tho union! pre. ex.ecutedbyituetioneereMll ...
on Native/and Splendid < "
.be fvrirsrdedby .
understand Capt. PARK of the
S.f.$38 proceeded immediately' in search''of/the; ,, pre.tsgrcatorclaimsesaMissionaryitatioa. .? the Judge'of,the. CountCourt to,the
&Betseyt who! wived here on the 21st raft-which by this time! had drifted out of & who is tM only:'Clergyman 1 Treasuiyr t that allauctioaeensballqaarterrr -

l Jft from Campeachy, whence ho sailed on sight. It:was found and the persons saved, "ji > has,ever officiatedd. t erefor any length io eaeb'rear,commeoclaf on,tbe ..i|
the 4th,:states thai a'day or tw:previousto after being exposed in this.8 tuationfor 141 sieve I .tr, transmit Ih'TreU1'rerM-' : -
o Ime, was, we much gratified der oath taken before some Judge, s copy
In this the conduct of"the
his l leaving, tho Schooner Coririe ofBoston" hours. cose, ( the reguhriitenifince.andhaseriousd of all sales eflected by Lioi, with the aaouofat.wbat f
tiv \
wreckers was ighly.mer.icoriot.P- rha.: ;: | time, and what and forwb ,
place &>
;waTcelted'Iby'tbe Government! inconsequencooflsome wing declined to go in searcb of valuable ortment of'his' tic rers. !Dunng his! the same was made, -Now all Aactioaeerft ,I. 't

,mon ,having: been cargo until they had first save 'these,:per in addition to the regular duties of theiday are required to take ootic of said law, at.
found in the possession a'passenger on1' sons. The following 'remark is from,the 8 we have understood t .}riot f tobapta'? '' 'conform to it,or suits upon tbti tgoads mMlt r ,
decree of Judge Webb delivered, in this ? instituted, Judges of the Coacfc< Court
board and several small Burns '
= remainingof ,1-adult; and,28 or. 2J* children; and J,, are directed without delay io flmvard..properly l'i
their wage*,in the chests of the seamen, case This: is ,and ti : :administered' the'Comniuoton, !onset]\ c.rtiaeclan4 appwved.! e hoods;'ef
unquestionably a
of;which the master< knew nothingand i ,had, highly meritorious, claim 'for,salvage strong-one1: t( line,and ie-Io eleven persons,.sU.. ofbad Auctioneers, in CHARC theirjpfeff_AUSTIN oo.'a t'1" !'

not consequently taken,anjr' notice. thereof I in which merit is much enhanced,by the} w >ra, never before, partaken of this; Trtasurer: of;the TieVrJtorj of no i4a. 1 ,..

In dcaring.bis,vesseL This ia another in*! I fact],of'the I wreckers$ declining: to 'go in' p cefac ,, w hic|. speak/pr,.4henv| (D4.:4"J: .. ',-'" t,. i,
stance'to-a ded"tVnWy whfch afe al. search of property y 6adpofQrred': C1L-ALL m toa.UVINfr ; t
the benevolent' the lives cs,,evincing,the i &akei1bt.the, BUSINESS 'WlTlf
dllk.ripwD-ounj, taggoauponthe more : act ofMving I WITH M ; OB : fI I
: of those who were exposed> upon the raft,, pkle generally,:in the iajtitut'ioni: of.renipdfherr -:, ,the estate4 bf;A.HbaTUecca[ dirquested re' ,
rights of American citkens in thatquther.; and who were floating out to'sea, beyondthe : :belitf:int;tie.truth; that .to call on ,Charles}ftf. WK, Fri. I
the Betsey, the Collector_ of:the:Customs who U oy authorized agent and attorney.HENRY"INEWCOMB .

reach ordinary'lUceo?or hid. Had '
!Tis not the.whole of life,Jo .lire, ... ,\;
has received from Dr. Perrine the,salvors J tbot ; .
proceeded immediately to for,,.U. of.death to.JJ ." ."U&W\\ 'fur blm eland asj
at Campeachy, :several hives, of ttinglest'tees wreck,:they.might have savcdpofe proper* .,- -"*9''':imM'">** *" H I : t Ad'arigtr '4.11. Di .

....some plants of.Cochinea\, \"Cactus than the delay occasioned\'by 'theiaearttor f\t an election lor Wardens and Vestry*t' west:Ml>cb 4,! 835. oIl..a"

the.nP.J; afterwards permit&arid can nti of 8uJauJ 1 Church held the lst wee / ,
and represented
a Rabbit by Dr. ..
gray sequoiBy their;compensation would have; tz mjETSUBSCHIB] I .
1' rapt as.being of a very,"producti,.,' spe been greater;-but to':their' credit,they I tl A g .tvere, electedto'Ltd : row TUB CITIZENS- OP KEY t '

ie4. Unfbrtonately l the 'mato,t< .the Rob* hewed a disregard to their:interests':wblthe \ their*?._c offices... until'Baiter<*-* Monday,next WEST, That he bane ta01 ;",d btmkU' ia
's'tns ttccideat i 1 the ; lives of their fellow beings were'in din.gen. .' 1"'W ; t' J the BtJOTA81I0e4AKIt (i 1ippINF.S
) 'oq
yNlled passage.
.6 1 ." JAMBS'WEBB aPs I aad :public pat dnige.- ;
"''>-.J Floi& W+axera"=with;,; C\few t, .'Moretrutonces might be given. !J ,t;bqt vile"r d A.,WWII D ) "reb.IS. o. W. ANiA3.. .
aonths Ipat''I we 'have, seen numerous ac- !j :hjq said enough'we tratoix+ai& any ., 1335iSto..tt...... 'tat.R2'
counts; of the shocking depm. "tl1e ;! ,an ejtdicedtntndth&t' the Florid*wreck* 1: Ic /. sasses W>I4. )R.rto :HACreuy. -
| t
pcraonj eogage4 id otfjgb Ieewieneygbore ; I I1Rt! far from toeing vtrssgers,t -tfeeraorefeeliogiof ........ ......... ,
> wrecking p rosa' mn'i .iwif, (Mt -.' II :. ''''''NOIIlN''''
' nj rveFigllerotblt t DS'jj' ] Itbey are oDd.,.. 1'1., ."'d'', ..." .....0t 0I'toW.Tea
tonifsfsn are not'raueritetter;? 'Q ii qpe cllt'iipotl them; t A o. r. riW'l. '

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( ; productions shall be toour py-A'premiarnOt ,too will be

,. .,tef!!. P ARLE1tS'MAOAZINE. :JSCircolafloPrents ers, and approved by the community la ,to the writer of ,the best essay (not .w'idee
... ... r I ,Teachers,School Comeei nl. TIle Amaranth'takes no part in log z0 pare octave) on..the advantages
Fft>n tbe Albacay Microscope.vox : ;:mittees, and all who feel-an. interest,, in the &t discussien of religion or,politics and. ,in tho' oomtnuAftj 01 the'leDctadlft'UlioD to
:''tmprorememitof ynut6. adberiogto.tlds rule hare eXclud dm. medical kDowled .., The 0("
''''''1 CL1nL11t'O. we <<; essays arc to be
la set, the ladies met, i T-ia Dot ptto a year aiace &fleJ t'MIt' uy articles fi omits columns'' The same regulation directed, post paid to the editor in all(
The And 7 at"the frame are.seated, I M.. azino was comnenced,--riog that short will be continued;:Althccgheleganco Jane next M

; .r foerder placed, they work in Lute, penod the number subscribers bare It power and poignancy, may sometimes re The award of the premium will depend
< < the completed. creased to 40tOOind the work has recel- ceive a denial. The work is now permanently upon the'decision of sevctal eminent
To quilt
get ed. .. ,cry *here. the roost unqualified approbation. established although at its com .. pbysIClan.
While finger* fl heir 1 their tongues ply It has found its .roencemeatWete we're probably those who O -Editors, postmasters and others

t ,And.animate labon. clothes, families, and while .prengeditaduntioa to be but like Jonah's respectfully'invited to act as agents. A are
By counting beaux dIscustia e n. ,the social circle, its "a'toth5UaMl'or gourd., It' has been patronised by those person who emits ten dollars will have ten

v. .O- talking of have,,wetNttofteahad a wbotnwa lboucI.(.el proud to name were copies forwarded him. PerioDs

'])etr what. pretty frock yeu've 00- once on the juvenile mind me permitted and of whose continued kindness one dollar will have eight n remitting lent._
.'18 very glad yowhhe it. has also found its way to the school room,; and attention we have assurance. All distant communications to be addressed

:I'm told that MI bMi collate and maay classes of pupils hue been cheesed The columns of the Amaranth embrace to the editor, No. G Cortlandt street, New

Don't speak t : twice month by the welcome voice'the i J original tales, essays, tte. from the peas of York, (and must be post paid.) Yearly sub.

t I.saw Miss Bell the otbetday teacher bidding them to lay.aside, for well known and distinguished writers and scribers to commence,with No.,!.
Yotnggrow4'tnew gig adorningWhit ( few days, the class book which they btv 'we intend hereafter, to pay for such articles *4*The editor has great pleasure in being

keeps Jouultte Ann awfyl read over and over perhaps twenty tuneand as shall be acceptable from .those whoso able to,announce tho""approbation

She went to 'Troy this morning.Tb read the pages of Parley's Magazine.-. communications will add interest to any eminent medical gcntlcweo the plan mi&D

,* time to lctt my needle broke- The demand for the work -to be used i work extant. We are aware it will put us this publication tIC'

'.Bo Tabor1 stock it selling; schools, is rapidly increasing. to much expense but we are resolved to do I Ievery t '

.Abb,'- wedding gown's bespoke, Encouraged by such unexampled succcs thing in our power to render tbe work I TO THE PUBLIC. "

,.Dead me your tcisson Ellen. the publishers bave resolved to reader worthy a liberal' support, and tho only way I I T is now about forty years,since theta
still more worthyf liberal a patronageand :
to receive the of the
about encouragement public Dr. Samuel Lee of
will Wiodham
That match cover come ;
not to remit their exertions till they se it to for,well written articles. ,
pay We make
Now don'tgy in a passion, it introduced into families and school (now deceased)began to furnish the public
"Corsets,they say, are going out- throughout the whole length and breadth no pretensions to a superiority hiredolder with his celebrated "Lco', Wiodharn Bil.
+ J: Yes buskes are all the fasHon. the United Statei. literary works; we have no ious PilK"or Family Phycic. Through the
to puff'UI into notice nor do we send forth
a of Dr Isaac
The fliiUtia done; tbe tea begun .' In this view they have secured, Here ain long-winded to agency Thompson) of New
prospectus trumpet our own London G nD", ,tLese much bil
t The beaux are all collecting;j the editorial.department. The late c< literary and
ace promising
oaseque to out ious
.Ike table' cleared-the DJUIIC beard, Rambler who in adi Family Physichave cootinu
tarof.the Juvenile do all others. No U
,our journal ;
can speak o'r siren
if hi each leleeting. for tl ever they were made known to the '
?: partner flop to i1is alifieationsasft wrier itself and we wish for no one to subscribe public to
'the' '. merry hand, intmteratand, young,+has the advantage of many years e .unteathet.thinks it deserving of patroaage.; who have, made give general use: tbcm/when satisfaction to those
begins with vigor- perience .as a teacher,*will henceforth t ; obtained
The dancer Nothing is admitted into tho paper which genuine; but it it unfortunate
And rapid feet, the:measures beat, lilt conducting it. does not merit for the public.
possess ; album ,poetry ((111 as well aa to the
I proprietor of this
And trip the matjtfigure.U0M We propose to present in the progresssuch if and communicai celebrated
I oni4 on dry and hackDied I medicine, that these Pills have
.de&bjr the moments fly- volume great varietV of interest! g I ..subjects, unless of the very first order, are I counterfeited,and families been
t important topics.araong which are the i many bad a
Old tune I himself-seems dancing I entirely excluded. The Selections are made ,_purious article '
'I put UPOII them when
-Till* gl>ts dull eye l.. !p'dtospyThe lowing: I from the very best Foreign and American supposed bad they
f obtained
they the
Natural History of beasts, blyds 'genuine
stepof morn advancing. Periodicals,with which the Editors
are article
it is lamentable
reg ;
et, reptiles; insects, plants, flowers/- s, fact, that
stowed each abode ularly suppliedand
Then closely to every intcrest '
ii the human &c. owe Cow; Druggists will purchase the
a The carriages tilting and importance will have a wits col rious pu-
go II. place articleI DOwio 'thel to be such, and
1 And nu y s>dream hu for its theme, Biography ; espesaallyforthey 1 umns. In noticing new publications sell ahem as the genuine article, for)
III.Geography ; accounts places, > have and tho
-r,,The,pleasures of the.quUUor.'f. pen, customs lie. I >dent, shall' continue to take an indepen paltry pia'of two or three dollars on eacb

IV. Travels and Voyages in course ; we shall.not be governed by grace' they purchase.i 'Tho proprietor of
: ; ratio ,
TDZ' but
bribery, make
t.m ; TO : ABEBICAJt' FLAG. parts of the world. ) our. remarks devoid of this valuable medicine considcrs.it his duty
standard !f bear it t.aror the hope.of faror. The drama shall to the public;ito W at a
'Ucaiuptbq high,. V. Lively descriptions of the curiositfes not be altogether very great: expense
Until it flash against,the aky of nature and art ; in each of the Uni d share of notice the neglected musical, but receive. in advertising very extensively in the newspaper
States and in other countries. ; department of tho.different.States,taguard them
The banner the.free.
**- of so, will command share of attention.
VI. Lessons on 'objects that daily r. against being longei imposed upon by bay.
's S'+ Oh let it there in splendor float, reund;.children in the parlor nnrtery, g The.1ro'tk is embellished occasionally with Jog counterfeiter spurious Leo Fills put

To marshal drum and bugle.noteTtatoll deo&c. Accounts of trades and empl '"eDgn.Ti.ogsexecuted in tbe best manaeraad I upon them, when they ask for the genuine

". fhe world nay see.I menu. music with accompaniments,for the Piano i article. In order that the community may

.And I gazinff on its stripe and starkfor 1 VII. Particular duties of the young; 0- Forte, flute, oauollal', Ac. The and terms, to city subscribers be protected from such gross imposition

their freedom not afar,. I parents;-," teachers, brothers sisters, &e. fifty cents in ad- the subscriber (now proprietor of these
vancc.or twodollars at the end of six
VIII. 'Bible lessons mO 1tLs. ,celebrated 'Pilu signs ,his
, in'tb ** I and Itoci l. As ) name at full
But -
beaming east. our
g t country subscribers will be taxed length Isaac '
Thompson. red label
iUng fbrth'lhe/clarlonis IX. Narratives } such as arc well. auth 'postage on their we shall but that is a
thrilling( peal, ticated papers exact on the outsine envelope that will be
original tales
"That every knight of:heart and steel :' 4!>ne dollar, always paid in advance; otherwise rotund around each box of the genuine Lee's

l1' May wt .freedom" feastHagoi !/. the'X:Parables obvious, fables and and excellent proverbs,wh a .tion.they.These will be charged theusual subscrip rWindham) Bilious. Pills,or: I amiJ.P.hlic.! .
will be
i ; the'free! "oftJid tree I .adhered purchasers will only be particular to <
flaj t XI. Poetry ; ac1apte4'to the youthful to. ioguiro Tbomps6ns Lee's. Fills, and bQ
his time alone to claim the knee .pacity and feelings. No subscriptions received at distance careul to observe that his name at full

," 'Thehomagabfvthebrave.Thepfttnol ,.> -XII.intelligence ; embracing 'acco LS ,.(except the from.agents) unless accompanied liengtb at-riaocdQa Abe .rcd,labcl around
would cot deem iiamsiUTh of Jnreltllibookslocletles, andrematja- pameD&lor one year in advance. ,! each box/4n his 0"0 band writing they
ble occurrences., An edition of the paper is published at Eat hit .
, t 'when befell such' funeral wilt u* f Wi Uiiflg +ogenul0oarticle
pall, Many of these subjects will be?..,.. DtidgeWatebrass. whero all communica The above mentioned ,FhUmaybe' bad of-
Should fold him"in bisgnvo by numerous.and beautiful engravings; :, tiona,tic. must be addressed to George U. most of the respectable Druggists through

; In c an| aght: of bloody field pared by the best artists and selected ; -Browj>,post paid, or they win remain d sari ont the linked States,and of the luba ri-

"Who>> ever saw that standard yield, 'a view not only to adorn the work, bu f In the office.! We are Obliged 4. adopt this I her,(proprietor!)"at New London,Connec-

,Its_ ..bright star fide away t. improve the taste,cultivate the mind, d I tule,as our postage basbecome a' heavy, tax; ticut. ISAAC TIIQ:1!>'SON.
r,; irsise the affections of the youth to ap :
'I etpoa.ns.The -
'forever thrtdgU the din andarapkoiAkemeteor priate and worthy object We w 11.:1: next volume Of the Amaranth I 'p7TO THE PRINTERS IN THE U. R,

4 ;on 1 the;;foe:it broke make them better children,better bro Ii' I will be issued weekly, $4 per annum, of tho Tbe imposition qpon the public in conn.

t. : '-The llgbtnlag oA its) wa*. ,better liJten*better pupils, better.. size and style'of jthe New.YorkMirrorand> terfeitiog the above Pills, which when *
ales and, in the end, better.citizens. I those of gen
our subscribers.who wish nine
1tail&to'tho'nidst.bead! too it flies! to have have been so fully tested for 'turty
"We beg the,friend, of education, es i the paper will please notify us before tho that tlae.
,Ue:cegie. loiti.!homeward i % skies and yean* oprietor calls upon Printers
i1n parents, ,teachers. to new e i expiration the volume. A
e.J"II< :,.!. in I C.li"hL--.p mater in.this light. LetchUdrenlook t edition will also be continued semi-monthly. throuctoutthe! Union fjr). warn, the
as usual I public
.at by
inserting the above
''Flag of:my'Country1.! .t :'proudly still 'on,the pictures, not as.' pictures'mere i! $.1,60. <. few times in iheir, advertisement which-
Ow raouptiiu' but let them be taught to them.. W ; papers
and Jult '
wave will
every Q'1' Our list greatly benefit their.subscribfrsr and
exchange has
can be,more rich valuable materials for increased to:
t.: Pre !
: enet11 glorious flight, 'i such they.cannot give them i
't. to'J structive lessons than good engraving: I an extent,:that we are obliged to erase information more important
"- than

't.1 i. ;! ; op E..p pies After and this purposes-,brief explanation we ask the of co our- prii i.: 'much,many against valuable our papers inclination from,'our however lietan,, to| >I ment,gratis. They: bjwertiDr who cannot the afford advertised to do-
I opera n\ this
; : tuiotof'tbq'mpbitoliand! Ifoldubthy -of all vbo'receive this circular.VjU, those who have, and still continue to pub I are authorised.;;.fo-receivqone dollar

alf+Jitt' fkbrie fair aid us by your influence in this w u lish, our prospectus, we.ball feel in 'duty rrom1m.e.or, anyone of my agents. they
; great < ,
M 1 jrbea,that dainty band'is cold,' the formation of mind and character 'bound, to extend. towards them the band of- sending- to me or said'agent, a papercontatoMg" ,
fellowship.Nov. advertisement. : 'I. Tv
rising generation Will
And cornea assist I
rudely the'water'sdri you us a.n .
PrOd tft the k bt'd":itti form'. ''yoor power, in oar endeavors to introdJe I Ito : lit 1834. HEBubactibee:would infomJ bis friend
: American i ndcr J atttatvAtvaatsartasttaszawest.
I POIRiJ :' age'a. soft and;warm j. stories and lessons of Parley.Magaxi {rJ.. TheFaaily' K I attend to any business. that. may be eatrust-
as the fjne-lrapedjreins within fhytidanand Gazette of Bu.11 .. -.. .
=' Every single,number of the new.,vola cdtobiseareintbe /
.Q .\h f by t pad .flow will bITe ;;fIIlJ7I Life.
rosy ., a strong paper cover, abundac e"1. .+> AUCTION ..INDCoMMISSiON.LINE, f
.A._? PWq\\r\ i\l\ ,dewy skinA sjjfficient to prcsffire the work in good or k IeLibrary and of of' Health and Hygenie fliaofficelinpstarninblrF.J. !..Browne's

Y? I tq too form that ..?aaa it so,- for binding,and toe use in.schools J Popular and General Medical WareIlouiewhere. beatr'itelltimes be

l ter oiy taut b hiding.there.. The yearly. subscription being one'do ir individual Knowledge, ,rendered familiar.every .. CQu. d M.:\ \..' --* .

lioato b>iw dqaely'preased our lrieDda will perceive the.impractiea elected ; embracing every ttabject con He takes this ..opportunity of r
with the
., ; ity- of keeping open so thousand -i 'P teDtiOD. ,treatment, I thanks for past raem.'and
sYei feebhoNr brief. its moments many pant cure of diseases hopes, by der1'
aioK -tbe :
counts. It is therefore qualities of ,
I attention
.j milting
ADd iicJdeb indispensable znedMioes to:DusuKiSj tocontkutaoce -;
tat t>O bleSsedftt -their good and ill
we should effects
on of
.: cJ't e .tw.r r'uf '_. vaoci.Tw6. payment_ aI..fl'ID 1' r>eaith-tbe ingredients of secret or pat.foC11tmeQ1Gn..tL. public. JOS/'A.patronage.THOUBON.en A.. .

.. .dthmRly JIiiJ" y numbers more will eiosq j 1M' t anpddrlnh (Dec; G, lR3 L ti>s RtJ .
,ear,and we now that"al -nc+utf4iiak-8g, ottatug- itBf I ,
N.P..W.t give notice (
.V. :%'L 3; ;; 1 to live= .
1:? ( ; ,. //J.' : ?,' deslrs to conUaoe the Magazine,may i- and domestic,cookery chemistry_, In the Superior Cowl of the Southern Ja

1. C: 4 "' UJ.U.eQt' /f itheirJAtfntions byatr aIOw"ad and a great tariety ef curious,. valuable,) difial District of: ?oit'dar

iii \ "for the second! yea. 1 interesting knowledge,of the highest ,, labardilpb'etlsp; .- .
, } "''{ui to- must. r tetaiD"b i.. t.t.7 gje.4 lip :, i 1ltof !subscribers should pot,hcairp '- from-the importance'Co all, ,and. hitherto lurid .'' 'f.. r 5 .
t 't I .aU'Xbeist mass of mankind. o'f
.61 Bales Cotton '
aumbbn'they'cap'thepoatnutacto pici-;
"W reot it In 4Jmi '
Contributed ;
to b,..a number of .
p b. ..
.: notify us of such asandtiMyahall cdqpAtau. I
too I
lase trot qfi th4,poles OB I I :rnttaibg', be I II tPhmciana.
new* again fro The I ALL persons interested the aVfe case
kilo I I ..cwp i object of.tkts work b to
present eve Vrebfnottfied
( ) ,that residue
j..L.L I ; subject all tfee
..aJkMlCq an4 uyM ." ry connected with'diseases and .its' ,of-alai ( for:
Bone, which
:adtiU tho-Tl : 1 Tea eopto free MT Tl VS lk' the .bO". Cotton
...... . oCpoltie. Jl bit ltsiintpllcity sari .laold
.. 5 I It -. ,' 'Jpituitj ib Pff by;; tbo'J\lu'ahaI trf thjs'.District,
i4\t U6'III light I.,. itcro4tgr J !ll ftoZl the .. aeeoaniodata two I te-.lIt to :b.f thoroughly detaflsr4 Informed cnaDie, ail who "a.Rer flu Jam.Dt of the salvagja and expenses
iD4ttL1DaJa.tot-tHt ate iwetU ,' ; in this most. in "becDpaid into the Begfatry.
'II "' deli,., at posh ...fa.1_ ," iBtertstjAg and important of science. '" +tf tbs
is o P"J :{. u'.! Jn* dTanta I CcuH<< wliere' it will "rn.in
..J}oielip wokd thfr. first'thHli of'Acdtbrwcieihebuticftoy Stitea; free poI.111;,, tea. .e=i .ta! .4U ?anlp Of.Wjttx eaef need wen publicationfo .for nape months,uole f sooaetfchaGaed, by

.. addtegfottWtemh ta'us w. t. ;ton,'sincei .Joey not insisted u p- .the. person or persons entitled to.the same,
: out ao: 'Lt ..W.uT'' *?* 'reflecting suggest themselves toW or bis or their legally authorized CDt.
7 mind
clime. D -
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J'" ""Mt"4'f'1N14' ., dtormedf of the must be ro1tm'n-1; .
n. ; ':\?:": 'I.Q'J J dangerous weapons, with l J Ii U l'1i
.Aiid ..A....itsdteAr: J4c.': ......( &. II ,A. :l( "T" *_ 1 ".hlcbU.wanlO snceessiydy against the life ,: lI are authorized toannbunce Colonel
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empO'meDt.Or W111TEpi Ciodi4-
,' II 'ABemirboatlly JoauaatltIdteta; ; of me ti.
.:! ; ",dttu t.blAdal to:health aAa Fluridb
.... .. .will to.tepmelpt'the Territory o/
a. gird' lice to ,; :
bit h ,
,. aseeel the dwJ t \-t" P4: \her iquI.. ?
.01, thte'Ii..b' .. rB, 'Brot .: of remedial 'lotbelg4ttttongreuof'the. UtijedSts ;a1 fC A'.L. :periene adthl' "Uf:.are authorized
...... ...C.: t 4 1 aaj tit S .U.re than ;,11I be aided to announce.Major
'I'tw.n. ; : JOIret't "' '''; ''4' 5a is lee efforts to, .Y..Y .
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my of
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fare tttlatb ity hot
the past, .: \ '-.d 0 I uzq.th t Pie's lttt .cIA-totbe 'ata" toyeprgent tbe, TerrUorf.ef Florida( ,
,"J9Al' tha 'IACNUeot. f, .buisd. utaif. cf the work In tU J4tb Congress of the United States.WH .

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