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: May 2, 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: UF00049046:00029

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(I' Published 'every Saturday', at FIVE DDL-* > .. / nor.somc, ; but weconJident1yapptal. to .
LARS per anuum. e'experience of the ; t
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Inserted at.the rate of past year affording t.f'
AoVMtissMwrrs and Fifty Cents per square, for earnest of our zealous, untiring,and we ii
One first Dollar insertion,.and ,Seventv-F ive Cents i ..ca"I... st not altogether unsuccrasftil exertion -If '
the ; render tho literary of the '
for each subsequent continuance., All Ad-: ; character New
vcrtisements will be continued'until other .inferior 16 that: of no journal of,ails ?...
wise ordered. None will be considered '::1; in this country. "

les4 than a square. II. Political Intelligence. this do- .
2ab ZttUinltcb Uzi I. tthftitflou.YtG t
No subscription will be discontinued I aub 1 alone does the .New-Yorker pro- "_
unless at the option of the Editor, until:au an anomalyin the history the news

arrears are,paid. : I. KEY WEST, BATUItDAY'NAY 8. J833. N press of the Urjion. Our i plan em.
All letters, to the Editor. on business, +,

must be Post Paid.1'or.t6canforrriation._, ,before he receives his branch pay five "dollars fl f- purpose of continuing said business, em of the political collection intelligence, of everjr whatever, important bo t '

of Mariners generally, l for the use of tile county, and one the convenience have removed: of,establishment tbeir ,vie ids and !S character and bearing vin the language

we hive procured from the Collector the ,'dollar to the clerk, who shall also furnish more robe, central part of the. city. Alt is r historical record, and with. 'the strictest
following schedule of the situation of the cnch Pilot appoilncd with tho rules and intention to keep on hand a good to the preservation an unques

Lifht'Housfes along the Florida ah re'mler ; regulations established by the court in. of the best type', and to make such o ed neutrality between" the contehding-

superintence. relation to Pilots and Pilotage; and every and improvements as the taste of the !, opinions and sectional division*) t
CAPEFLORIDALIGHT.-Stationary, Pilot shall give bond with 2 or more good and the,wantsbf the country require xistin in the country The Editor refers)
(? -Situated on the South side of eyDis-* and sufficient securities to be approvedby flatter themselves that this, a proud satisfaction to the fact that
catne, about 400 yards from the beach- the court in tho of thousand, will merit large share of patronage. ut the ,
be considered 70 feet above sum one, past year, he has, presented
The Light may dollars to tho Governor of the have nowseveral fonts on hand, minute and circumstantial i
the level of the sea, distant''' from the gulf Terrtory bp turnishod'at a few hours notice, and :acconnt: of,all
and his snccssorsin office for the rai hr 1perfurmance elections which
stream about miles. Vessels drawing 10 prepared to make fonts ot all weights' have taken place intho
feet mal approach within 2 1.2 miles of the | of his duties as a Pilot, which. .sues from Pearl to,52 line Pic tit .,during an eminently ,ardent ;
I at. 25 47'471Iion 80.<42, 'V:, bond shall bo recovered in any court of a great variety of Ornamental excited canvass,without, once incurring

LIGHT SHIP FLORIDA-ts situated competent jurisdiction, at the first tram Their assortment Cuts and Dashes, censure or even the exception of any", .
Reef, ,near the site of the after the bond shall be sued for, and all Rule, and other ornaments will be ( i aljoum And, while\ \ ho resE'ts' a
oTdoneVinLat. ,25 ,p8 N.-Long 80 27 W, be Very extensive, of which specimens ?
Pilots in this county shall renew their I himself the right commenting briefly,
easily distinguished, as two distinct be forwarded to Printers as soon as '
'< liziits are shown, which I can generally be branches once a year. can be prepared. I freely on tlze:topics of the day and of t
object Passed February 7th, 1835. such suggestions as the of ''
seen at tbe distanceofa12 miles. Its Printing Presses of every aspects
is to warn vessels from .the dangerous Approved February 14th, 1835. Printing; Ink of the mostapproved times may seem to,require i ,he jet holds .
rock and shoals near,which it is placed t;. WHITE & WILLIAM HAG Composing; Sticks, Brass Galle)., pledged that such remarks l'baUnot '
KEY WEST LIGHT-Stands on theS. R ESPF.GTFULLY Inform the Printers Stones, Cases, Paper and Press, Do in any: .material degree, with,the '
West Point of the Island,of Key West, of the United States, to whom they have Standing Presses, Furniture, together the doctrines or the prgvpecta:of any
Vin Lat. 2433' 1.2 N.-Long. 1 5" 12W. I long been individually known as established a Complete assortment of all articles cal party. He,cherishes the confident
; erected for the:purpose of guiding! vessels Letter Founders, that they have now form in'a Printing Office will be kept ,that the files 0( Iho NewiYpf-
when entering the harbor ; the directions ed a co-partnership in said business, and on.hand. # ,
which are as follows t Bring the Small suitable will hereafter!bo referred to for.the: truth,
for hope from their united skill and experience, fonts, for -
light to bear N. N'W and the Sand Key to be able to giTe satisfaction to all who in'great variety, may be had\ when any controverted statement'regarding", ; i
Ltgbt to,be r.W Si W.'and you cross the may favor them with orders. for results of elections, &c, &;. since, Its :
Reef in about fathoms water; run tor Key The introduction of machinery in place Olden from all parts of,the.Union will ; with mutual deference :and\
West Light until ,within .two miles, then. of the tedious and unhealthy practice of promptly and most carefully attended entire conviction of absolotecertainty. ;
steer N. W. until you open Fleeming's Key. casting type by hand, long a desideratum by and particularly in. supplying SORTS for .III. General Intelligence -Consisting of i '
.which is a Mangrove Island in the northern the Eurepean and American Founders,was, fonts furnished by their predecessors, and Domestic News;Literary Items,
the harbor and then run for it. Ronaldson and Richard Ronaldson.atereotyping
of nyv& ,
part by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure Brief Notices of the Drama &C.
is in the upper of ;
part in
anchorage all its ,
The best of time and money, on the part of our However it' be ho of others,
the harbor. Height of the Light House by L. Johnson, as heretofore. may 'fortiiri
senior partner,first successfully accomplish
83 feet 6 inches. obtain the confidence and patronage of
of the ,
frOm tb'o' level sea ed. Extensive of the machine cast letter JOHNSON & SMITH. ,
Light Stationary. -, has fully tested and establisbed its superiority 'No.,6', George,St. Philadelphia, 1833. public, 6n the credit of, prospective i im .
SAND KEY: LIGHT-Revolving once in particular, over that cast {0-: Publishers of Newspapers who ._and,future, excellence, the pub-
It is the best light on the every this advertisement and forward, a'
in 54 seconds. < the old arc content to rest their claims (6
coast,; SV.. bv'S. from Key West Light. by process. i. containing it to J. tt 8. will bo entitled consideration distinctly, on what,
Lat. 24 .26 N-Long- 81 67 W., 'situated The Letter Foundry business will here $3, payable in settlement of their'
directly on the Reef. The Light 70 feet after be carried on by the, patties before when their bills amount to not less than$ have_ already accomplilh dand respect-; ',
named under the firm of White,Hagar&co. invite the patrons of American, liters, '
J. & :!
.above the sea : I
I ... ,
TORTUGAS LIGHT-Stationary-on Their specimen ,exhibits a complete series' to examine! .t their,journal? and judgt '
one of the Dry'Tortiigas Islands, near the from Diamond to'14 lines Pica. The Book I PROPOSALS, it mill b4from what it fr, : i
western; extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 and News type being in the most modern When it is consideredthatno! periodical! ,

31 -Long. 83 10 W. light and style. FOR PUBLISHING IN KEY I like character for originality aad.yysrietyj!, !
:-- White, Hagar & Co. are agents for the
A NEWSPAPER literary contents, ,comprehensiveness of r!
sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press
LIGHT HOUSE AT THE MOUTH OF ,and tho amount ormlnerveekly ,
es,.which they can furnish to their customers ., To, BE .ENTITLED TUB pre
y STJOIIN'S RIVER. at'the manufacturer's prices. Chases, has ever 'been attempted in UilsV

A new, has recently been .Cases Composition Sticks, Ink and .every KEY WEST : .. U"n at' a less price than three to five1
erected s ttemoUW of.the St..Jobn's.Riv.: article used in the'Printing Business, kept ..... .1, '.... '. per annum, the publishers trust they' s
," i cj,E. F. which was illumined (or the,first ,, for sale, and furnished 'on the shortest not'' THE UNDERSIGNED, beg leave not be deemed presumptuous incx-1", '
time, qn the, ,l8tkDec. last. tice.' Old type taken in exchange, for ne.rat .! ,; to offer prepositions: '(he hope thatthcir'jo1Jrn.twil at
We have been politelvfurnished, by an 9 cents per pound. j enlightened. public, Ito publish a' the attention, even 1 1 it should 'n6t"a'

intelligent ship master;with the following N. B. Newspaper Proprietors who giethe newspaper under the above title. It : the favor,of the patrons of,Ameri. ,
directions and bearings :- above three insertions, will be entitled be principally devoted to Commercial literature. II. GREELEY '
house.to Lear S. by W. At. .Co.
to Five Dollars in such articles as they may telligence-party controversy shall bo CONDITIONS n
and make for
fathoms water,
half W.in four '
select from specimen.New
it. This will carry a vessel drawing 8 or York, 1U33. tirely excluded. Tho Nawv Yoazsn will be published eV +
9 feet, safely in at high water. Continue The undersigned is fully aware of Saturday morning on Q' large imnerift : .,
your'course for the light until you have 4 BRUGES NEW YORK TYPE FOUN- difficulty the task he is about to ct of the'beet quality, 'and afforded to)
fathoms, and haul up N. W. by W ,for the The subscribers respectfully' take, and in consideration of his want in at' I
irons city TWO, IK3Lr
or.country, ,
inform the that have, ,
printers, they recently
house ,
mouth of the river. If the large on (experience,has obtained the polito'otrer 'in; .
RS'apes annum payable
fonts, of letter
be completed avarietyof new ,
the starboard side of the river can seen assistance from friends whoso
over the north point of the beach bring to in the style of the latest European specimens them, 'age experience of the (II'f.l .admonish*
well calculated for ornamental ; qualifications competent ua'to regard'the advance ;froni
bearS. W. by W. half W.and run for it nntil prin payment
you get the 4above bearing of the light, ting or sastefiil display, and making an assortment : the task. For his own 'part, he subscribers: an.Indispensable? i

then'run for it as above, directed and you of Printing Types unrivalled in himself, that, so far as his health When, from 'Pt c liar -circumstan
will have the greatest. depth.. of water that beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens strength will permit-the public may s, payment' 'its delayed till the'expiration
be obtained at the Foundry, tbd
there. is on the bar..r. may upon the utmost:regularity in the quarter fifty cent4,,;will be tdd ct
No. 13 Chambers street, near Chatham it.
M This light house will be of great importance. tion of the paper. '
dollars free
ten of
No notice, has; to our knowledge, It Twelve Line, Great pains ,will be taken obtain person' remItting{' '
Pear-comprising tb si j i bifti
been published of its erection. The consequence Pica to rg us. ,shall\receive copies for
earliest and most correct
has been, that masters of.vessels 45 forms of Roman Caps, with I. case. ,' ; intelligence r, and ,in the'sarne proportion'' for s] tan
have been deceived, and in one justance, a '35 '1 do Italic do do .Wrecks and WreckedP.roperty number;. ,Post\wterl: and Bothers Ire I '.
vessel mistook the object for another light, 5 do title.Roman. do 'ao' reports of vessels passing near the tru1l1 requested to interest themselves

and.ran to St. Augustine, 'caasinga' delay 5, do title Italic ado d* Reef our behalf, with the assurance'that the t ,
in h destination of Several 6 do sh'd Roman do do (ErGsNTXEME* friendly to than .
days. '
reaching possible 1 terms will be afforded thetri
", -. >. 17 do Antique do do taking will please receive subscript'O : ,., "i
12 do Black do ,do forward the to the Editor as t
for ,
AN ACT to repeaLAaAcr' to provide 5 do Open Black do do : names ELECTION HOTJOS.' ;
the appointment of Pilots, and regulating 7 do Script do do possible.. OTIC!: it hereby given, that an ..100'doo .
the rate of pilotage: all Key: West. and 5 do Germ'n Textdo do J. ATKINSON. for Delegate ,to CODr,..,' t thej>

for other purposes., 25 do Two 1'oe rom'n paps with figs October 1, 1834. of FlorUafor the County of. Moot
SEC. 1. Be it enacted by the.,Governor 11 do Two Tines Italic capitals.' e, vtilbo held on Monday tie '4th day,of
ttnd Legislative Council ,of the Territory 10 do' Sh'd Caps. of various kinds. TUB NEW.YORKER.' 183S.attb. following: place',ltat3

of Florida That tho Act passed 15th Feb. 6 do Open do, 'dd, ; ;'On Saturday,the 21st of Marcb'wdl' ,under the ,superiotcndcnce-of.. <.,la_. ,** ,
Jospocton 'vix
: ;
do.Italio and issued number of. the ,second I.
7 capitals figures.Besides the first -
I ,1834, to provide for tho appointment of ; In Key West, at the Engiii fd ctsX' '
ornamental letters, backslope, and the
time of TUB New-YoK***} t
pilots and to regulate the rate of pilotage .. lapectort. r< 'i I ,
music,lottery figurei, piece fractions, superiors :
this announcement, .
at Key, West, be, and.the same is hereby ,astro uomical and oibersigas,*pac >I fishers the trust seasonable early attention, of all THOMAS'EASTIN..' .'j u u i
attract JNO. P.
repealed,and that luaro nor appointment rules,brass rules, ornamental dashes long BALDWIN, '
of pilots, ant, the regulation of pilotage; braces, more :than two hundred kinds of who may choose t.o.commence their ASA F. TIFT./: ..'r !I I,

in Monroe ritysh: bo by the county border: ,and,more ban 1000 kinds of cots ScrI"'p' ti.ous at that time,,, Indian Key at th..ltotecJ. HCOJSInspectors. '
court, when assembled for county purposes, and ornaments for school books, newipl- THB ,NE*Y oUP will continue to : m.EsgT\ t "
and tbe qualifications d ties of pilots, pen and scientific works; orders for' ,any of serve the general character wlu'crVhas th .' '' ,' i ,
ang the rates of pilotage, ahal\be the same which,or composing sticks, cases, ,chases, far secure!it tho approval of a steadily 8ILA8 FLETCHER.: f
ftc will be expected with the utmost promptitude rapidly increasing, Ironig .andf' ': WILLIAM II. li'LETCj1EIis.'ODIT ". .
the of '
as ,was 5f.ablisbecre: : passage ,a;large stock being always oo hand. PHILLIPPI. : !
commensurate with the sphere, ,
tbe before recited Act:, but the county They'will also execute orders far printing larity ; Given under toy' band and seal this rat,
court shall hove; full power prescribe presses, ink, &c. which they'will furnish at J circulation. The peculiarities of its .of April 1935. WM. R. HACKLEY. f 'j 1
other qualifications, and make any,altera- the manufacture* prices. I Were adopted'al1ef Ouch reflection;and : Ju4re bL Q.C."j :
tious in regard to Pilots and Pilotage; as Printers of newspapers will please publish i ''have not learned that its prominent:; By the JudgerJOS. >
they may: deem proper and 'requisite, and this advertisement(with this note}three' : have failed in a. single point to receive ..A. TIIOURON. ., -"
to fine or dismiss any Pilot for improper times,sending a paper containing it to the)> approbation; ,oCt, ,patrons and the g w] ., pJ.rk.f., ., .J" "
conduct Pilot shall be appointedor Foundry, and receive payment when they The paper will continue Jo be, A
po autboriiW to7 Colonel
TE ate annoance
purchase four times the amount of their bill;!
dismissed except when the judge of tho from tbe Factory follow: '/ WILLIAM B. NUTTAUJTai w.
county court and three justices be present, I GEORGE* BRUCE Co. ,I. /fcwHyZfcjorm thde Embracing I jdate' to repmtnt the Territory of '
and concur in such appointmftnt or dismissal whole outer form, ot paper and t,fa the 24th Coojrew db. Unite l {

and.the 'j judge shall have power to New.Yoric.O be venting'twelve ample, columns of $ I !, '", :_
::: Ordtn for the abdve.Foundry will :
of New Pubh atWn ,Original and tV
call three of the together I .
justices county E are authorit ui
attended to immediately if.sept to aonouaoe
for branch Tales,Essays Poems, Anecdotes,&<<:.. i
ta act upon any application a A. E. MILLER JAMES QAD Elf as a. candid
or upon complaint made against a Pilot; No.4: Dr. ad- t. Charleston,8.C.. Tbo original contributions to this a repreasnt th*Territory of 11'lot44W

and the Pilots now to: commission shall .,May S3H ,_ meat are regularly: and' oiDptJ1 paid'( ; 140 Cesfress of the Uolu4 8W.,. ,> .
retain their branches until the next session and in addition (q'th nan1 ) "'

of the county ,court, when upon,application : AVING- 'TYPE Purchasedof FOUNDRY.Mr. RICHARD: have &voed' us with. ."article* during ; .....A.I' 'r .

to the court new," branches aha!(jasueto RONALDSON his long established and past jcar1, and wtpJ' *' ewyf ribs i NOTARY ,ru.n'c," .
to ennch 9aico1' ,we kre ; '
'all) such 'as the coon may think proper very extensive Type Foundry the subscriber : hwboee : 'JT'I
ta grant brtncheatoi and each-Pilot shall I W formed a ""' rtnerehlp for the :4' bt Its


1 "........ the Jtbuiiles? Shape cf the animals fromifhich they may I ,All veucia bound through lie Noilh' West+ .
o blood 'lu'6t1t'on'quem Jerusalem 1 have Leen taken. Pass, and touching at Key West for the
:THE ENQUIRER.: conferred upon it the name of of the is of landing passengerrJ! ; letters, or
.. .. JmW which it his retained ever since. The orb i The tomb Virgin a magnificent purpose
\ obtaining supplies of provisions wood .
and ornamented ,
vault spacious ,
wiiittntAD Temple was dcsiroyrd in the year:of i j ,
) final
( UD WKEtr with the utmost care. The water, shall depart without Icing: subjectto
I and preserved
AT FIVE pottAits 'PEn'ANNUM the world 3513, or 600 years before crucifixion Christ.and garden of Gclhsemano is not only remark,, the above Ordinances. unless the master-

What'i : about forty yean alter the the of Christ and the treachery of the said vessel shall request a pilot to
it but a map of busy lifcl-COWMR.MAY it was plundered and again overthrown by able for agony>>
I take charge of such vessel and take her
and df Judas, but is at this day distinguish
tho Constantino
: 2, 1835. Pagan Although ed for eight lofty olive trees, which it is 1 out over the Bar; for which services he \
.. his pious mother, once rescued from shall receive the usual rates of
-------- -- '-- -- hassince said, were flourishing the birth of our pi lot ago.
idolatry and desolation the'city
.... XI8CCL1ANEOCS.From calamitiesand, 'changes Sa\' our; the Fathers'have a record of their All pilots detained on board of any vessel,
passed through
). tOO and of them believe by the request of her commander, shall
the N. 'Commercial: Adrcrt le,. of and is finally humbled existence'A.I some receive
for each and
they were living at the period of the every day's services three
'f. of tho Turk.
THE HOLY CITY. beneath the undisputed power
advent.A dollars |per day, over andabpvehispilotagc.
i ji>following letter from a new correspondent The walls which northward probably much an beyond early periodextended their splendid Mosque now occupies the Fishing Smacks and Wrecking vessels shall

for this paper, is in our view, well site of the Temple. No Christian foot ran not be subject to this ordinance.Sec. .
description given by present limits. now embrace on the east, 4. Be further ordained
The That
worth reading. south of the enter there in safety. The rash: intruder any
the filter of his visit history, were
I well written and full of interest. objects without them.Immediatelyailerour. ligion.A of the North West Passage: before having
Letter front an officer in the U. S. Nary morning'medl l we short distance on the right 'of the been boarded by a pilot, shall not be obliged

i t&Mtfriend'inthc City of Washington. repaired to the church of the Holy Sepul Mount of Olives, is a smaller eminence, to take the same; but in case a pilot
where it is supposed the Angel addressedthe goes on board by the request of her captain
U. S. Scnooxca SHARK, ) clue, an immense structure. erected in tho ,
Apostles. A small chapel isereeted. on then he shall receive the usual pilotage.
Mahon,22d October, 1834,j early part of ihefourth.century )y Helena, :
the summit. On the sotrtb side of tile Sec. 5. Belt further ordained, That all
Before onrdeparturofrom Cairo, we re mother of Constantine. It covers the sum
visited'Cheops, and examined the Spynx mit of Mount Calvary, and encloses, and city is a deep valley or ravine, called Hin- vessels bound into the Port of Key West,

in itsncig1iborh od. This monument, you sanctifies tho places of the Saviour's sufferings bin or Hfrmotn-probably the valley of the and spoken by a pilot, Boca Chica bearing

are aware,)represents iho collossol bust, or and degradation. The building has son of Hmnom, spoken of in Holy Writ- North, or North Westerly, shall pay full
rather) :the head and neck of a female, to been more or less injured by time and rev. where the offal of the town was cast and pilot ge at the fame rates as though she
I which tradition attaches the body of a lion olution; but is now in very good repair. consun cd by a constant fire: hence, in the had been brought in over the main: ship

couchant; but of this fact we. havo no sat. Rich donations: from Christian princes and opinion of many, the derivation of the channel bar. All vessels: arriving and not
t is&ctory evidence, and the ruth lies BO devotees, every wherocmbeUish it; but the word lie?!. having:been spoken by a pilot before nas u
i deeply 1 buried in the sand, that conjecture Turks have control over all 'tore, and until The Olive tree every where abounds in ; ing the above named limit, end being three I

must long continue to supply the place of very recently,exacted a trfbuto. -from visitors this country; among the rocks and on the miles from the light house en Key West,
# it."' This extraordinary: relicts about sixty and pilgrims to the Christian shrine.- Bides of the Mount of Olives, they flourish shall only be subject to pay half pilotage ;
'feet in'height, somewhat dilapidated, and They bowevergencrally respect tho motives luxuriantly. The valley of Jchosaphat I but if not spoken until after passing the

supposed trt be coeval with. the roost ancient that prompt'o pilgrimages, and 'I must ac covered with them,and they add to the aforesaid limits. in that case she shall bo

of the pyramids. knowledge, that, for Tnrks the) treated us solemn seclusion of the tombs of Jchosa exempted from paying any pilotage.
'*! regret exceedingly that wo were unable with marked civility. Ihattbsalom, and Zachariah. These Sec. 6. Be it further ordained, That' all

to.ex lore the interior of Cheops, as I un Amoni other sects torn nr town (!.uJ..n. mausoleums arc cut on the face of a solid vessels arriving through the West Passandthe
dtrsl rilJ'it is subdivided into "numerous lie Priests performed service i -in-this-Church rock, and appear to have had no entrances; East end of the Dry Rocks,to the Westward .

highly finished'apartments: emblcmished I which. opened at stated periods for the* at least two of them are constructed thus. of Sand Key,bearing South wcst', hall

with the richest variety marble; and some exercises of devotion, under the various Bethlehem is built on,a bill CuYious-specimens of tho rude'sculpture of religious rituals of its several possessors. uneven surface,and contain a .populationof passing the aforesaid limitsand being three

t thV times. Among,the latter, the effigiesof Here the unbloody sacrifice of the mass is 1500 or 2000. The stable, the Birth miles from Key West tight, only half pilot

?, Its i royal founder, and his architect, are celebrated on the very spot, consecrated by place-of Christ, fo
}, t 1 o most conspicuous.; the bloody sacrifice of which it is commemorative. modern stable, containing'stalls, &c. and passing the aforesaid limits, shall be ex

i :;;After a hasty re-survey of the citadel, You may well imagine that on dne is pointed out'by the Monks as that in empted from paying I lotage.
tho:cemeteries, and the magnificent environs entering this holy edifice, my feelings must which ho was Lorn. .Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That' all
of the city,wo embarked ori the fourth have been powerfully affected. was indeed It is cut out -of the soft rocks in the pilots who filial! bring a vessel into this

of"August for Alexandria, where we arrived overrvhfelraca+ with the awful sublimity country, after the fashion of the stables, port,shall be entitled to carry her out, un-
4)) in safety at,the close: of the'fifthday, of the place. There at tho entrance of and'is not otherwise remarkable in appearance less I he-commander can show good and sufficient -
oqtnlly 'delighted. with'tbe novelty of our tho vestibule, was the stone on which the excepting the small embellishment cause to the contrary. Any vessel

'tour,_ !and the generous'hospitality. of tho bedy of Christ had been placed for anointment with which it is surrounded. An ,extensive arriving at this port without a pilot, shall
high authorities of the empire. 'A repetition after the crucifixion. Here the place church and -convent cover the place, hive.liberty to depart without a pilot, un-
of visits of this nature cannot fail to of the passion; there the aperture in tho and the stall is covered with the sumptuous less tbecaptainehould wish one.A1airglrabkadvcnt .

impress the Pasha with the power and enterprise rock in which the cross was set,now enriched trappings of devotion. At the conventwe
of the United States,'and finally by a massive plate: of silver ; em were entertained with great kindness. .-Not long since>>
y promote the most amicable' relations between bossed with allegorical illustration of his Thirty-eight of us partook of excellent a reverend clergyman in New Hampshire,

' 4 the two countries. death. Here xve.beheld where the rock I dinner, prepared by the venerable Fathers, I (not Vermont, as a Concord paper has it,)
On the 10th, wo sailed from Alexandria was rent;' and there tho Holy Sepulchre. who all,save the superior, wailed upon us ) being apprehensive that the accumulated
fit tho'coast of Syria, and landed_ at Jaffa, This splendid Mausoleum .stands in the with every attention during the repast.. weight of snow upon the roof of his barn
oTJop'pa-on tho:13th of August. This centre of a rotunda, whose! dome is crow- The Pasha and his son had recently been might do some damage, resolved to shovel tit

ancient city;rnce'the principal seaport of ned by a radiant: cupalo. -It is superbly ,there,'and,. as wo were informed, had frequently off He therefore ascended {it, but having .
, Judea,'dates ita origin almost any far'back as covered with damask, hangings richly em shared theirliospitatky; it is said, first,for fear tho snow mgoL.U slide
t I tho erection of the Tower of Babel.. At broidered with gold It face the east,and moreover, that he is indifferent about the off at once, himself with it, fastened to ).,'.
att'cvents, it is rd'/'o'have been built but immediately in front-.1 small chapel has Mahomedan faith. himself one end of the rope, and giving tho

two or, three centuries.alter tie deluge.. been *erected to commemorate '- he spot In these countries, where inns are un- other to his wife, he went to work; but

Under on,efficient government, its harbor where the angel is-supposcd to hare appeared known, convents supply their place; or fearing still for his safety, "My dear," said
would be.dearedor accumulated sand, to the two Marys. In advance this rather continue to bo-used for one of the he,*' tie the rope round your waist." No

which! renders U inaccessible; i by barter vessels 13 tho vault where the Redeemer is said to' principal purposes of their establishmentthe sooner had she done this,than off went tho

,and Jaffa might again become tho ac hive been temporarily interred. It is six entertainment of the wayfaring man, BROW, poor minister and all, and up'vent
I commercial emporium of..her upper feet square and eight feet high,entirely and especially the pennyless stronger The his wife. Thus on ono side of the bam

Mediterranean.. lined with marble, and hung with azure- revolt in the city: of Jerusalem, which had the astounded and confounded clergyman
j "Ae Jerusalem: had been recently ceptur- silk. Flowers bedewed with rose water, but a few weeks before our arrival, been hung, and on the other side hung his wife,

band pillaged by'tho Bedouins,who area are strewed around the apartment, and subdued, caused several thousand of the high and dry, in.majesty sublime,dangling

:;wandering' indolent race, bound by not orcr tho slab,where the body lay, are suspended citizens to retreat for refuge into the'rinci- and dangling at the end of the rope. At
i Social or, political ties'I1nd,ever ready for forty.or fifty-ever-burning lamps, :jial Franciscan convent. So great crowd that moment however, gentleman luckily
mischief; ,the commodore' deemed it prudent wrought of gold end silver of the finest produced the plague in the establishment, passing by,delivered them from their perilous
to procure the' escort of a guard before wee workmanship. These are the gifts of dis- which kept it under quarantine during the situation.

ffit out. for the,sacred capital of ancient tinguisbed- ulivRJuats of Iho various sects ,three days we tarried in the town. We. a

Judea.f.Mounted on hones and mules,we of the Christian church.. therefore had to put up with inferior accommodations I A venerably old lady, who had a singu.

6ss4dthrough-'a highly cultivatedaatl! : ferhue Tn-.. tftA...--"i-.M--- .nPiJ.--..- ,_.".. ,........._...r....1.L..__.%.....,. !1:5:. .,'.-._.Jplace at the Greek convent ; but aspilgrinis lar faculty for skipping the hard: words
couatry' arid reached Ramah, the an- where Christ is supposed tof have ap to the Holy Land, it was tm >cc.om- in the text, in reading the Bible to her little
fr aa3n1\ "Arima'then, ut an earl hour i in the peared to Mary,Magdalen,the tomb of Joseph ing for us to complain at trifling inconvcn I grand children,came to the passage which
signing, whore, we" o first night.: of'A rima thea, the-Jplaco where he iences; and so we thanked: the Monks for says:
i This i town f la pleasantly' situated orv: a gentle was tortured with the crown of thorns,and theircourtcsy, and mended our way to tho "And,the.Lord smote Abijah the Hittite,
,elevation, about.twelve miles from the the Millar to which he was bound, while .ships again. that he died," which she rendered thus:
( If oly-jCity,ju u&<< is only remarkable i its .. "
being scourged in the Court of the Jud,*. .. And the Lord smote Abiiah-Hi.tc.ti-._ ,
ruins,"and;:=.as' some,writers say, ,the tomb ment Hall. The mound in which the 'V : have placed on our outer form the te, that he did!' --' -
of,$e..George, the patron saint of,the English Cross was planted, retains its elevation law '
original passed Ile la5t .
by 'Legislutive Council cold
Dreadful weather
at eildc.
,cruMaers. ,'In.the morning wo took the surface having been Dowai.-ril
leave 'of,our holy entertainers at the Latin graded to admit of a smooth marble sufficiently) repealing the act regulating the-appoint- We understand by a communication, that

'ConventenJefeta'perilous and fatiguing m t1t. It eighteen i feet above tho 1'3\-0-level ment of pilots and rates of pilotage at Key Mr. Joshua Downing,a brother of our old

jfide,6Tcr r ? tho summits, and through thegor- of the' 'floor,and is approached by a flight I. W st. B) the act the old rates of pilotageare friend the.first the week Major in that the weather during
: January
Tjt& of The was
mountains we'.rrled ttn'dcrthe MdesputelyTcold
k of twenty-onesteps the altar reestablished
in until
$Rover front, they maybe modi
Dflwnjngville.? Indeed
101'1 he that
hsQtJcrus lemas thebriahttfull thirteen says,
are lamps which
arc fied "
constantly by Court all the
moon was wheeling over the surrounding While County -we believe wawa was touched," and that it
burning. we were there
hill*. With zs little delay,'as possible,the votaries, of different sects, thronged, crowds the of; therefore, wesball benefiting the community thermometer would have been a great deal colder if the

gates vrefcHhrawiropon cavalcade Us,:end our numerous various altars of the Church,in the performance generally br.gi: publicity! to the. 4E":q. only been ,longer.-Cout"_
forthwith conducted of their' rates which ,
several devotions. In passing were received previous to the +
;the'GreeK Convent.Animated the nut debrottt towaMs'the, Mount enactment of the law: now repealed. J'oa THK EKQV1BXS.: :
by auemlmsiasm which tho of Olives DIe Monks *
pointed ourtois the TO --s
Be it ordained
relics and the by the Mayor.nd Aldermenof
holy ground on which stood in which' .
Dungeon our Saviourhad been the City of Key West in When first I saw thy graceful forts
were*.:jso..,crnmaptlj: ; calculated,. to inspire, imprisoned, and the Hall wbereTflate and.it ,' Council assembled I
presided is therefore
ordained thought no time could
conceive it
pebbly change
you may by ,
my emotions, in the Judgment Seat. The ruin, .
bpI U i JOiVatQ for me to authority aforesaid, that all vesselsor'VIU"ahaJ Alas! how
$ attempt to impart of the hoase of the Roman Governor soon thy cheek hath worn
now be
them on paper Not 'an object:within .theenUrgedxbogudaries subject to the following
constitute L
of flowers
Away the
a portion Turkish Seraglio.rrom rates of ; of morn.
of the city, but calls __ .L_ __ 'a .1 ... _h
ine lopoi mo mount tit uitvcs Sec. I. AIr vessels
of War -
in the mind the memorable
up erents of 'the run FOOT. I once could look
supposed place of tho ascension and look again
we drawing 5 and not
the Cthtisdanetu and forests the fallen more ,
an extensive view of the'Dea'd'Sea.theiiver7ordan With
'' It feet, pleasure on thy face,
diuheion,,.J owthJ1o\ .'desOlato and jf2 OQ
the '
:and datk, with an interest far transcending at, OUt 'feet country beyond. Immediately Drawing 14 and nOl more than: But now alas! it gives me pain

tAU IbIS cities of,the,East/ garden of Gethaeinane lay the Jerusalem, the 18 feet, 2 25 To see this solemn cote,
Jerusalem is situated in mountainous he Virgin''Mary, the'brook, KcSron.'and'1 Sepulchre) of j Drawing 18 and not over 21 feel, 2 60

'region;and rests on'l au.l -stratum of soft the pools of Bethesaaiind Over 21 Feet, a 00 My heart shrinks back when I behold
Siloam. in
white free stone, but partially covered with the Sec. 2. All Merchant vessels tU That sad that
valley of f.Jefcosopjtt The brook Kedroa x nos. grief-worn cheek,
fe3 jfefrib.: It is ;.supposed to hang been an3'the'pool of Bethesda drawing 6 and not over It'
are nearly: dry feet shall It once was glee-but now 'a grown cold
tlbundod by: tho high\ pricn Melchizedektt&bm but the pool df Siloam' afibrds t pay, 4, 60
+tt two thousand years: before the: birth -cxcencnt water, which wpplics abundancef the'citi% fiiA not "" 16 feet, 400 As o'er its surface Time had roli'd.
of btlst. He RIfe it the name of Salem and suburbs Here not above 18 feel 2 15
aa ia Grand .
Cairo, j All wove 18 feet What could have \rond'
ill shall such
t.wolete.-3 name assorted with-
: its des- Alexandria: ,ana an fcrpt and SriaYater ply t c50.
tinllt'has bSen tua victim of Sec. 3. Vessels arriving; rous change T
thousand is carried in goat skins on' the backs .of ,he North or deputing thro'
sieges/tdd rerolujipn*and, bet rocks and porters, or asses j and, in larger skins I West Pas age. and drawing rour O would I could but know!
onalnely'which feet
barren h5Jlsre sill red, with, Christian\ when upwards, except such as are trer.il1.
: (tilled, regime the I after ntentinnCd, shin : For then roy, indwo tdceueitJI'IDBt.
pay g 00: : Itt Mxioua thought forego .JX.


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I. "Jj
,.%.. _C_ _-. --1to JL ..,.., Our list mail from St. Matks brought noI I nite moaning, ono th:1t: addresses itself without state which by taw has prohibited Of i t
v-ooy- '
;;;; 'THC ENQUIRER. .. J.news importance; and we lave'had no' difficulty the feeblest intellect.. ,,The., ";shad prohibit Iho,admission or importation } ..
meaning is, that. tho prohibited of such mulatto ,or,other ofd I '
late arrivals: from the north, to give us, intelligence persons negro, person 'I
KEY, WES1',;SOUTH FLORIDA.SATtWOAV ) from that quarter: We shall: shall not come voluntarily be broughtby color; and if any eJ ptain.Qf: master aforesaid .

i"' .'MAY 2,'1A33. have it in our hereafter to publish, others into tho Territory with the' view' or any other (Arson, shall, import! or '
of becoming domiciliated therein. The bring, or cause, to be imported or brought
tC& WEST -Considering the decisions of the Court in cases of property could not have intended into of the '
>I' Paosv cr Legislature to say, any ports or places "aforesaid,
r tbo man ca which Rumor, with her which may bo wrecked on our shores, ,, that a free person of color in travelling from any of the persons whose admission or importation

ongues las assiduously circulated. and we intend doing so as they. occur. Now York to Louisiana, shall not pass js prohibited as nforc!atj/h0
moiiMuu to the prejudice of Key West rince its settlement We repeat now what we have said before .. along tho public r ad,'of Florida,or if he shall forfeit and pay the sum of one thou

they who arc sufficiently acquain- that no exertion shall be spared. on our part- did, should be taken up'' and .confined in sand dollars for each and every riegroY

with its present'situation to form a just to render this paper as interesting and useful '- jail until it was,convenient to the arresting mulatto, or other person of color aforesaid,

ted of in Imp"rtanceand to feel an as the situation of the place will permit officer to send him out'of the Ten tory,nor brought or imported as aforesaid to be sued
estimate could they have intended to say that vessel for and recovered by an action of debt
in its welfare, must certainly rejoice It is of little use to multiply words't->> convince
interest passing on a voyage from Now York to New in any court of the United States; one
at the manner in which the Wand has I a people of the benefits of a newspaper Orleans, with a crew of free colored persons half thereof to the use of,the United State I *,

combated, against tho evils which have arisen at Key West, it would be nearing an on board, shall not stop at Key Westor the other half to 'any person or persons

from tho aspersions cast upon it. I insult to understanding. Tho Editor feels St. Marks, to repair damages after a gale prosecuting for the penalty and in any action

Although during the twelve or thirteen confident,that nothing would tend more to. ot wind, without incurring the liability of instituted for the recovery"of the, ,penalty ''

rears which have elapsed since Key West remove unfavorable impressions abroad, having the whole crow seized and sent to aforesaid, tho person or persons' Hued

vas settled,the same amount of populationnor than to have a regular printed sheet appearto jail, there to remain until tho sheriff)tho't may be held to epecial bail: Provided.:at-

the same number of improvements have tho world, and give facts as they arc. proper to.send them out of the Territory. ways, That nothing contained in this, act
The intention of tho Legislature was shall be construed to prohibit tho admission
I been brought together, as we witness however humble tho garb it may wear.-
not of Indians.
of color
of sufficient inducements to simply to prevent persons 1
in some Should havo
of shorter periods) we
(the result from coming here to reside, such a population Stet 2. No ship or vesselarriving in ahf
union where the continue publication, we promise touse
Western towns in the our said
tho being deemed injurious.rather than of the ports or places of the United
forest reigns one ,car".and tho next gives our best efforts to promote the interestsof beneficial to tho country. L v States, and having on board any negro* r I

place to a thriving village ; yet a glanco the place, in endeavoring& to refute everything Free perrons residing in tho Territory at mulatto, or other person of color,not being ,

around us is not devoid of satisfaction, from in the shape of false representations the time of the passage of the law, havo a native; a citizen, or registered seaman of

the number, and substantial character of which maybe circulated to the injury of tho right to remain,unless they have since the United States, or seamen natives,of i

tU buildings that meet our view; from the our Island. Should we not meet with this acquired a'domicile elsewhere: .or have at countries beyond the Cape of Good Hop

enterprize of our fellow citizens which, encouragement, and bo compelled to aban- any time left here under such circumstances as aforesaid,'shall be admitted to an entry*.

J. believe is to tho full extent of their don the business, wo will retire from tho as blew an intention to acquire a domicile And if any such negro, mulatto, or other.,

wo. anfl from thn .imnrnvnmcnt. r __ is field as good humorcdly as possible, with elsewhere-in either case,they have no person of color, shall_, be landed from oa
I'B- ------ n -
means) <%41U I right to return and be cent out if'bCYl.d board any ship or vessel, in any of the portsor
the condition of all that bo found who may
taking! placo the hope some one may of
annually V ... places aforesaid, or on the coast any
Health reigns within will be able to prosecute it with success. ./ '
/ classes of society. William Delancy, while employed as a state prohibiting the admission .Ioiports i
banters,and at homo and abroad, opin- < .Ittfnter lion as"aforesaid the said shrp''or1: vessel
our The U.8.Cutter Jackson, 1a, seaman on board: tho'vessel in which ho *
ming relative to our blandmoro together with her tackle, rpparel,'and''fur** t
ions are on a cruise of general examination',arrived shipped at Nassau was not liable under
conformable to truth than thoso which.have at this. port on Sunday 26th ult. from the tlio act of 1832, but so soon;:us h 'O\Vas nitureshall" be forfeited to the UnitedStatetr* r ;

heretofore prevailed, and consequently cal. West, and loft again on the morning& of the discharged from that vessel, and became! a and one half of the nett proceeds th*
enhance its prosperity. At this ident shore he was from that moment sales on such forfeiture shall inure and i>>
rotated to 28th,bound to the Eastward. rc on I '
im within the Provisionsofthe i paid over to such 'person or person,'bat ,
stage of our prog!ess, we think not prohibitory '
politic to cat a few thoughts upon the future I.x another part of to-day's paper will be law, and liable to be sent nut of tho whoso information tho seizure on'such for u

,and conjecture tho probable result of found an advertisement of the Collector of Territory by judicial 'process. Nor could feiture shall be made.. ,. 1
and wishes in whichwe the Customs, making known tho provisions he legally ship on board of any other vessel r "'I'
plans, anticipations, this exonerate him from Died at this place on the 10th uU, GeO.>>
at so as to
arc all prone to indulge.We of'nn act of Congress bearing upon tho that liability. Capt. Wellington, in whose Thompson U.S.Soldier,a native'of Glasgow

doubt the justness of any opinion ma. Territorial act preventing the migration of employment he was at the timo of his dis i Scotland,about :38 years of age. '
the future prosperity of JcyVClt to I free persons of color into the Territory.- -
Xing I charge this port, might have been required r
depend upon the continuance of the saving, Wo understand that a seizure was made by under a severe penalty, to take him out Anecdote time-Two brolbcri, named '

adjudication and sale of wrecked property, the Collector at Apalachicola some months of tho Territory and if he could legally Josiah and William,'full grown*boyf>

'vhich heretofore has been the principal since under this act, but we hope that nd ship on board of another vessel', 'ho could happened in at a store( one evening, wbcrp '

business of the mercantile portion of the case has occurred or will occur to render it put it out of the power of Wellington to tho attention of the company'rasa somewhat j

community ; for although, so long as tho necessary, to act upon it in this District. do that, which the law under a heavy penalty attracted by a very long watch-chafn dangling -.
obliged him to do. Besides, take another at the forequarlera Josiah. Ojne'oTthe
it if wrecks
Reef remains where ,
Florida Charleston wero received at our asked "Whales the time Jo
papers view, the law certainly has been violated company ,
must continue to occur,stillit is.reasonableto office last evening of the !let ult. They in the person of Delancy, and ho siahf! With no small ceremony, Jpsiah!

suppose that better acquaintance with contain no news of importance. The Revenue being found within the reach of its process, drew out his watch, and after examining

tho dangers of tbo navigation: in its vicinity Cutter Washington arrived in Charles. can bo made liable for that: violation. it some time, referred to his brother, ,ana
1 will annually lessen the number of the unfortunate ton on tbo 19th. said," Brother William, is this figury nihO

,particularly! as wo are warrant- Cotton still continues in gnod demand. ffitarinc SnttUifltutr. or figury '1even'I" William declared after 1 let
momenta' deliberation .ito' bo
r will ,
believing many years piss away '
important point upon the coast will LAwacr4caWh attempted assassinate PORT UF KEY WEST. 'figury .eve...' Well, then: ," replied\ ,Josiah -

(bear every ifiTlighrro, "'guide the .f wanderer'ofi' the President tome time uoc, *,.has been acquitted ARRIVED ,";it lacks half an'.inch'of eight.. *
,by of April 25th Schr. Ariel Southwic 24 ds ,
fco It is fortunate: for Key reason insanity ,
mighty deep. from St. Augustine via St. Johns. Passenger The Three -R'-A, : tealJerri aft of thfr '
West under thh probability of a decrease IN the caso of William! Itelaticy j whowas R. Fitzpatric. city of Philadelphia, who had amassed a

in this most important branch of its commerce brought before his Honor Judge WEED '. SchrPizarro! Western,RcefJ i iq baPar. largo fortune from a.slander beginning, and '

that it possesses WITHIN irvctr a by writ of Habeas: Corpus on the.28lh ult. Sloop Martha Jane,Mott,Indian Key. wished to bo,thought 'one of the literati.

source of future prosperity that is now just tho following points of law: were decided: 26 Schr Blacksmith,Roberts,Reef 'in I. gave one evening at'a, large'party; as a

commencing to operate to its advantage That the provisions in the act of 1828, ballast. toast-* The three B',." The' toast 1m v

wo allude to the facilities for making Salt prohibiting the migration of free negroes 27 Schr Orion Sanderson, wood, toby ing been drunk, one of the company bogged J

by solar evaporation presented by its extensive and mulattocs into this Territory, so far,as H Shaw.: the worthy magistrate to explain what
fuuvth Schr Florida, Florida Reef. he meant by the three 11.'.. ".Reading,HI f*
natural Salt Pond. Upon one- they relate: to seamen, are not rcpu ant
Schr Blackhawk Reef. and Rithraitic the learnedgentleman. ,
29 ,
ting, ,
of this Pond, the"JLa Fafayetto Salt Cornpany" to, nor "inconsistent wit! tip provisions11of .
Schr Olive Bethel Reef.
30 Branch w
last Autumn, tile act of 1832, under which the petitioner '
commenced operations _
l.a Clnon! D..I :
k coo ... .
L TAU y i. glUV"UIIi.s r, ly, A
arrested and confined I 'J
to be in its vats, !has been and -
nod the Salt already eeen
not repealed the repealing I River, sundries to matter. William: 1(. Shaw, ,.. "t.
ofa consequently aro by '
the certainty
beara pleasing evidence to CLEARED 9;. la Attach
clause in the latter
act. .
successful result to tho undertaking If the Legislative Council have the rigMtoprohibit April 27 Sloop Miami,Mott,Indian Ky. John Copland E'rof'the: 1 )ruent.: .. ti
promising:: not only to be profitable to thoso the employment of free persons '*,"' Schr Martha Jane, Mott,Indian Key. last will and Testament.
immediately interested but also, to all to of color as seamen on board of vessels en- Schr.Ariel,Sou thwick, St. Augustineu J.K. Dar n'e' .:-.1.1

whom Key West is more tban a mere placeof gaged in-ihecoastingfratWwhich is strongly ; 28 Schr Orion, Sanderson, Havana. A LL persons interested will+ take notice ,
winter resort. doubted) they certainly have not exercised 29 ,Brig Betsey, Park Now ,York.- jfj that the aboveutuit'hsi.pan: comp ,

We need not, however,look to tho Salt that right in the act of the 10th'Feb. Passengers, Mr. J. Cottrell, Mrs.Fontane, inencrd'by altachment,and are,notified'',,to..
: and servant, Mr. Gilbert Lady and to the declaration filed herein.A. .
plead -
Yor.is found in the law .
Pond alone for our ultimate exaltation to a 1832, as not one \ i
which idea that such ; child! ,,Mr.Mullin, and Mr. Glover. ., GORDONiPl9. Ally. .
an a prohibition
rank among the most important of our was conveys intended. '<' 30 Schr Blacksmith, Roberts, Nassau April, 25, 1835. t8-12w) '? 4 ,,-, $ f
Commercial Sea Ports. The locality of
N. P.
The acts of 1828 and 183 being in
Key West with reference to the coasts of 'Schr Pizr.rro, Western, Reef. OF LETTERS REMAINING
maferia are to be taken together and LIST '
Cuba, Mexico,and the Northern shores of pars where Spoken by Sloop Felix on the 16tb ult. Post Office at Key Weir,'April
construed act
as one except they are '
South America, may eventually secure. to repugnant'to each other-When' that is the off Toriugai, Schr Creole, Fish, 15 days lIt 1835

it the advantages resulting from its becoming case,the act of 1828 must'yield to,tbo act fm NY'bound to Tampico. Brig Texas, C R.B-Deni.C..oolo1"Wm.lr U'Buchaniri'RUBoth= Crocker: Thi,2;,
Edwards from N.Y. bound to Metamoras. ;
a Commcacial depot for.the supply of 'of J83!. The clause relating to.seamen, Both crtww, well. Crosby: Warner} Durkee, ,J falcitsjpW j ''M
thoso D13.rkets-aD event which we think wet found ii the act of 1828, is'not in conflict r G;' English W Fr FilMalrick .E 9

arc warranted in pfophc.ying-man of with any clause on the same subject io the Floyd,a J; Goodcn'bagi FSj 'Greene.

our present population wilf live to see. act of 1832, it should therefore bo considered IJOTItm P ti| Hislep,P C; Ilirlbrd* Ja Jtrlt Md-
Our article,however, is getting to be'of as P2rtof the I law, or in, ,other words, Cot .xcTo ft%OFFICE; cheal; Harbison. VancisLi6fiefl6sep h r'S '
the act of 183Z-fj.cumu1auve to the act of Key West, April 30, 1835. } '
will therefore W tAp O'Ltr Backer
too great length, and we 1828. An Act of the Legislative Council II Florida 3, Moore I
merely advert to the benefits that Key Eldndge; Philip, John 'F 5:Hctbcrfsoo,
The intention of Legislature in 1828 approved 10th Feb. 1832, preventing!
West derive before Francis; ShawChariest} ;
inevitably many the of free of color iota
wag evidently the same as i in 1833. The persons j
Swift 8ilu Scblth'C VohErour Ej
,from being the place of general resort all interested { | ,
years the
Territory are requested -
evil complained: of,and intended to be remedied I persons Jams WKeeer| 'U 'Wood, )
of invalid from'all parts of the Union- to notice the following sections Wheeler: .,7; ;
( both the I
,by acts, was, migration of
WJoci ilcT
John weStern J R J.t.9.
of the United of the of the United ; ; ,
Montpelier States, and free persona of color,into tte'Tel-ritory, of,an act Congress White R WaWean, Hrtty'
Fj .
from its becoming the Naval Depot of the and both acts express 'and_prohibit m 1 States approved- 20Ui- February 1803. J'A'PFERS0k. P. M. ,,
Government in these seas. We may hereafter precisely the same words, ;to witr"it shall W WJHTEftKAD" 1283i'i1.A ; l
discuss this matter further, in the .' not be lawful for any free negro or mulajto t.H t.I I Collector.AnActta ,

mean time rest we herein a certain hope to migrate or brought into th' :Tcr"ritorv prevent the'importation of certain TUB Oace of tbe Clerk of the Sop tie!
of and future. from any stalo or territory ,within pertoiu into certain State, where, will be 9p.oforb slnets dunortbe
a bright prosperous UU 9 Aa
7 U.
4'tho.United Slates or ,else, where." All by' &e'laws thereof"their. admlntoniiprohibited. following boon,vln,From ,
We learn that the severe cold of; the last the other Clausu. re either explanatory or ,from tbeevenW** U. till Lsoat.Vocoateatta'of'everkind I P. U.vfam* fU|R to

winter has destroyed all the. ( Orange treesat remedial-and u it rx/rew/y was not the lJtt1!.J. ,&(, enacted From and after will be drswo up oa.i>yUo.Uoo, M r j

St. ,1u,tstine. Feeling no little interest intention, to prohibit the employment pf the first-day ,of April next, no ,master or with the_,natal despatch. l Pi >;
in the prosperity of Floridians generally, free' persons 'o( color as, seamen in 1828, captain of ariy fchip or vessel., or'any otherper.asj Key w Apnl If,:183S. (tSQutf:) AIfP'8U1

ind the increase; of Florida productions of such intention, cannot be inferred from sh'll. import cr'bring, or cause to r

whatever kind they may be, sincerely the act of 1632. A different construction heimpotte or t rou ght, any negro, mulatto -. 1 '1N

sympathise with our St. Augustine: frfsndsunder I would require a, clear expression tot br other !'..1I101, not being a, FORM"THE'CITIZEN q 8'Oi' 'XJY- +
the loss they have sustained Leginlaiive will, chewing no alteration' of .native, e:citizen, or registered seaman oflhe WEST.That aw. tuaestabinbed ItIii seWh
&' It...' .. intention. ,' ynited, t tites. or seamej) palivesofcooayta the BOOT Ji SHOE, MARINO pUflJWESSaa4
The FrinUagO&c of the Florida (St. The words "migrate, h trosgkt1a b,19 4tbecapafGood: Hope,, soll l Ppy.t3ro < : ,fr.Jt' ; ,
Augustine) Herald, which wu burnt some this Territory" u eu4oyc4| In the two_ into flay part otpUeeof the United States iG-JY 'Aff.MA8.

months since,bi''tgtln been est& U.wa. I ttndetconsideration, h"o" clear'and defi whie 'port or p keVftall be siteatod. int 1'011.._'. !_, t. J a "e ..Y1I 1 f
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t !'"!- l. ::.. _,U. i I 'L-.:-IJ 1 A--J I productions- shall be, acceptable. to ourreader I (j:7A: premium of$100 will be awarded-- -

(ivfc to- jpoetrg."FOR. I pAn .'EY'B 1tIAdAZINL: 1. S ,; ont and approved: by,the community in I to the writer of the best essay not exceed

;:* G irculartoparenleh'eachenSchool Committees : T.e'Amaraftth''takes'co partln frig 20 pages octavo) on the advantages! to F
:d jE VE'' :*; ,
,' \' '.' goryowfd my hcait, I improvement or Y01 tb. ,: adhering this rule,we have knowled .. "llieessays.are to be ',jJ
.&'; jb'.M'orid dd may.never know* U not quite a yearsinco P rle,'. Mag. articl,ftom::: columns- The same rcg1 directed, post paid, to tho ediloT':ia jell of '
wa'ebmmeb eddutingtbttsbort Ir 1 ufalion( will,be continued, although elegance June next. ** < -Ws'.. <
>CpangUiat:: only. can'depart, period the nutmber subscribers have increased I nd "sometimes re- The award of the premium will depend .Y."
.. When death shall lay roe low; ; to?0,00000 the work has received ,,:, L iie adeniaJThe'wbfk fa ndw'fermaSently upon the decision of tcvcial eminent pbys.

Yet light ,and cheerful still I seem, every where, the most unqualified ape established, although at 1M com icians..

*t No signs of sorrow' sec, probation. .It,has found its way to<< thousands mencgmentthere were probably those who ():: -Editors; postmasters? .and oilers, are

To all I wear.a smiling) mien,. of families, and while it has, enteredthe : I presaged itsdurahon to, be but like Jonah's respectfully,,invited to act as agents. Any
:jThat'ndne grieve for me. social circle, its unobtrusive lessonshave gourd. It has been patronised by those person who remits ten dollars will have tea
; may
; ,
influence should feel ere copies forwarded him. Persons
we trust, often bad 'salutary whom we proud n.amef. remitting
'i' friend on the juvenile mind and heart. It we permitted,and of.whose contanuedklnd- one dollar will have eight numbers sent._
'' are not tell my nearest has also found its way to the school room ; ness and attention we,have assurance. All distant communications to be addressed
;' :The anguish that IJcch] and many classes of pupils have been cheered -, The columns of.the Amaranth 'embraceoriginal to the'cditor, No. 6 Cortlandt street, New

|t might the faithful bosom tend, twice a month by the. welcome mice of tales, essays, &c. from the pens of York, (and must be post paid.) Yearly sub
laid mine it'could not .heal. the teacher bidding* them to lay aside, for a well knowri and distinguished ",writers and scriber to commence with'No. 1.
' ," for should book which they have intend hereafter, to forsucharticlcs ,* The editor Las
t a would no'eJ mo \ weep, few days, the class we pay ? great pleasure being
TWo'heart: forego-ita,glee, \ ; read over and over, perhaps twenty times, as shal| be acceptable,,from ,those whose able to announce the approbation of many
&nd: : 'hohco'my. wdNjf.sccrei keep and read the pages of Parle1'bgazine communications add interest to any eminent medical gentlemen to the plan of
The demand for the work, to be used in work extant. We are aware It will put us this publication '
"That gneve for me.
;e T i .*none may : schools, is rapidly increasing. to much expense, but wo are resolved to do 1
Encouraged by such unexampled success, every thing in our power to render the work TO THE PUBLIC ""

JMyufftringssoon I know)/trust end, the publishers have resolved to render It worthy a liberal support, and the only way T is bow, about forty ,since
f:: For life is on Its ebb; still more worthy: of so liberal a patronage; to receive'the encouragement of the public J Dr. Samuel Lee, of years Windham the late

'1'he'Agtumn' leaves that first-descend and not to remit their exertions till they see is to pay for well written articles. We make (now deceased,)began to furnish the, Conn,

'* WiU'ti; me'with'the dead. it ,introduced into families and schools, no pretensions to a superiority over other with iiis celebrated "Lee's Windham public.

&:wish! ray'ran might be like_theirs, throughout the whole length; and breadth of literary works; we have no hired editorsto Pill,"or Family.Physic. Through Bilious the
4? corn flamentattons free' the United States puffus into notice, nor,do we.send forth a agency of Dr Isaac Thompson 6f
In this view they have secured new aid < to own New
f king-winded prospectus, trumpet London, Goon, these much
unavailing tears esteemed
..Task fto
in the editorial department. The late edi- | ;literary consequence, and promising to outdo ious Pills,'or1 Family Physic.havc Bil
31o+ Friend,td gnevo forme.5LSran4 tor of the Juvenile Rambler, vrhoAn addition .I all others. No,our journal can speak jfor ever since they were made known continued
? to his qualifications as a writer for the itself, add we wish for no one to 'subscribe, public, to give general satisfaction to the ,.
users';is in yonder sphere, yoiwg, has thealdraotageof many years experience unless he thinks it deserving patronage. who have made use of them, when to those

Z That waves,for-me on high, as a teacher, will henceforth assist Nothing it admitted into?the paper which genuine; but it is unfortunate for the obtained
IA"still small voice'is on my ear in conducting'it.We does not possess merit ; album poetry (11!} as well as to the proprietor of this public,
\:; "'.rb' tells me J must die.'And propose to present in the progress of and communications upon dry and hackni d medicine, .that these Pills'have otter celebrated

what 'is death?-a door td bliss, such volume, a great variety of interesting subjects, salsas of the very first order, are counterfeited, and many families have had been
important topicw,*among which are the following entirely excluded. The selections arc made a
i \ ..InfiniteIn degree, spurious article put upon them, wb bJ hey
; And if friends( will think of'this : from the very best Foreign and American supposed they had obtained tho
ray I. Natural History, of beasts, birds/ fishes Periodicals, with which the Editors are regularly article; and it is a lamentable -gcnuine
lplHoy+ can they grieve for'me reptiles, insects, plants, flowers, trees, supplied, and every thing of interest some few'Druggists'will) purchase fact the, that
the human frame,&c. and importance will have a place in its col rious spu-
1. arevo'for: themselves, that they are* left, H. Biography ; especially for the young. umns. In noticing new publications, we sell hernia articteknowing( the genuine them article to be such for,)and ..

v-iA thorny"world to tread, III. Geography ; accounts of places,manners have, and shall continue to take an indepen- paltry; ain of two or three dollars, on cacb the
"'Biit'not for him"who goes to restsuAmong customs &0. I dent course ; we shall not be governed by grace they purchase. The
dead IV., Travels and Voyages ; in various bribery, but make our remarks devoid of thiav Juable proprietor of
thetjuiet .. considers
+ ; it his
of the world.V. duty
'f disturb parts fear,or the hope( favor. The drama shall to'the ,
'Fofthere no dreams the mind ,public to-.be at
very great
: Lively descriptions of the curiositiesof not be expense.
altogether neglected, butrcceiveits in..
R *,?'-'Though dark,the mansion be, nature"and art ; in each of the United: share notice the musical department also advertising yery.cxtensivcly in the news-
'"Ana jfir: thither,sink'resigned, States, and in othercountries.VI. will command; a share of attention. papers against of the different States, to guard them

Why need they grieve for met ,Lessons on dejects that daily surround The work is embellished occasionally with jog counterfeit being longer imposed upon by hav
,.- children in the parlor, nursery, garden engravings executed in the best mannW.and them or spurious Lees Pills put
I *i" ,6ic Accounts of trades and employ music with upon when they ask for the genuine )
),rif/Uiey'knew; my hearth despair. accompaniments the PianoForte article. In order that the
***-'.,The'.rinn of my peace; ments. flute, &e. The terms, to ,city subscribers be protected from such community mar
VII. Particular duties of the to gross imposition,
' young ; one dollar and fifty cents in ad-
9 there the
could the vulture subscriber
they (now proprietor of these
; teachers brothers sisters &c.
4'I 0, parents vanceor two dollars at the end of six man u.s. celebrated
; ., Whose feastings never cease, VIII. Bible lessons and stories. As our subscribers will be Pills) signs his name at full
t ,'heySvbuld not chain me to country taxed length, /Isaac Tbompson"on a red label
my, IX. Narratives ; such as are well authenticated postage on their papers, we -shall exact but that is on the outsine .that
t *, But freely l let me ,flee, original tales. one-dollar if alw ays paid in advance;*otherwise 'found arouud each box envelope of the genuine Lee's be

Nor.break their own pure heart's reposo X. Parables, fables ,and proverbs,where they will be charged the usual subscrip (Windham) Bilious Pills, or Family Physic.
grieving after me the morals is obvious tion. These regulations will be
and excellent.
,, .j\i: %7 < *) adhered to. strictly, If purchasers will only be particular to
L XI. Poetry; adapted to the youthful'ca- inquire Thompson's Lee's Pills, and be
Around my bed no brothers bow, pacity and feelings. No subscriptions received ata' distance, '.careful to observe that his name at full t

1 \ No sisters, vigils keep; \i.XiI.'lnteUlgeDce embracing j accounts with(except the from agents,) unless accompanied length is signed on the red label -around

' No'mother ba'thes'' my !aching,.brow, of Juvenile oka*societies, ;landremarka- .'"An edition payment'of the one is published year in advance +eac 'box.in his own hand writing they \
at East
; U3r fans ate whilst! sleep.AtasJ. 'ble occurrences. will be sure of obtaining genuine article.
"Bridgewater,Mass where all
"' Many of these subjects' will be illustrated communic'a The above mentioned
Piffle be had of
their would all be vain I tions &c. may
! must be addressed to II.
and George -
by numerous beautiful jnostoCthe respectable
engravings, Druggists 1
prepared tlJrougbont -
. the death decree :' Brown
To'stay ; by the best artists, and selected with, post paid, or they will remain dead the United State, and of the subscri. ''1
-JTheir presence! would but give me pain a view not only to adorn the work, but to Via the office. We are obliged to adopt this ber, (proprietor;) atNew London Connec,

h'To, see them grieve fbrme.- improve the taste,-cultivate the midi and,' rule,as our postage has become a,heavy tax ticut. ISAAC THOMPSON.
p ay
1' Ui.therQ Ire'those f:dearly love, and worthy object We would O-The-next volume of the Amaranthwill ( : TO THE PRINTERS IN THE U. S.
';"' *Whose'PIgritnago; is o'er, make them better children,better brothers, be issued weekly, $4 per annum, of the The imposition upon tho public in coun-

I G' 11'd to jne realms of light(and love '. better sisters, better pupils, better associate site and style of the New-YorkMirrorand terfeiting the above Pills, which when genuine
"' '' Where is no" and, in the end, better citizens. those of our subscribers who wish to1 have have been BO fully tested for forty
more- We bee the friends of education, the paper, will pleasenotify: us before the
especially years, that the proprietor calls upon Printers -
1umbly ho
; J P.eO'; andfind, parents and teachers, to view the expiration of the volume. A semi-monthly throughout the Union to warn the

,..JuA' tome wit them | matter in this light. Let children look up edition will also be continued as usual,at public, by inserting the above advertisement -
strengthen thou each mourning mind, on the pictures, Dot as pictures merely ; $J" O.Or. a few times in their papers. .which

4y ". That vaiply grieves for'me.yIStY00th but let them be taught to study them.**What Our exchange list has increased to will greatly benefit their subscribers, and
be more rich
... '. ,. can valuable mate!' 3.Is.rorlnItroctiv such an extent, that we are obliged to erase they cannot give them more important
... ,... To BELlOION''Qoo After this lessonsthan good engraving many valuable papers from our list, and information than by inserting the advertise-
:) not in terror clad'to'claim*' and briefex'planat'ionof our principles much against our inclination ; however, to ment,gratis. They who cannot afford to do
we ask the
purposes cooperationof those who have this, authorized to receive one dollar
"rfA borne within my heart, all,'vho receive this circular. Will and still continue to publish .
1 hbt with lul1en'yoiC you prospectus, we shall feel in from me. .or any one of my agents they
Ctomc to bid aid us by,, influence in this great week dnty
bound,4o< xtend towards them the band of sending to me. or said agent, a paper
smile the formation of.mind
Hope's beaming depart, and character for the fellowship. containing said advertisement. I. T.THE .
Nor l let third eye in anger roll rising generations Will you assist ua all in _Nov. 1st 1094.CpEAP .
.To _tia\ ',witl awful doubts the,soul! your power, in our endeavors to 'introduce Subscriber would inform his friends
. =reluctantly to American schools,parlors, and firesides, VALtrABlE,\.NDCtTEKESTESOIlVOKK--4< the public, that be is prepared to
pJUrfwiningly the stories and lessons of Parley' Magazine The Family Physician and Gazette of Human attend to any business that may be entrusted
'uanc"beink1\Yould I'ope'my breast .
Every tingle number of the new volumewill '. to his care in the .
q'lx Tovelcome there, so dread a guest, have strong papet cover, abundantly Being a Library of Health Life. AUCTION AND COMMISSION LI E,
For wearilyrroh.weafiJy: 10 sufficient to preserve the work in good order and of and Hygenle, His office is up stair,in Mr. F.A. Browne s
Popular and
.JtiifedjygSjJ by cnferdoubt. oppressed! for binding, and for use in schools. Knowledge, rendered General >Iedcal| 1 WareHouse, where bemay at all times be
t'r. The yearly subscription being one dollar individual familiar.to"e.very found.(

,What I need. .0 frighipoor mortal's. heart our friends will perceive the impractieabil- nected with! embracing the prevention every subject con He take this opportunity of rendering.thanks

With Vtentoc woes f ity of keeping open to many thousand accounts and cure *f diseases-the treatment for past favors, and hopes, by unremitting
: It1' is therefore indispensable that qualities of attention to business, to merit t
Why telvthe( child' of earth rnedicines-their and ill
.erring we should require good I effects on continuance .
: payment always .ln advaace. !aealtb- e of public patronage.
i Of horrors truth as;tifoseThai ent ingredients ofaecret or pat- JOS. A. THOURONDee. .

l often from|hy votary'_ tongue Two numbers more will close the first log medlclae.h and true principles! of eat- [ 6, '1K34. n8-tf]

In ko'd J ,'blasphemous speech are flung! year, and we now give totice that all bq to live drinking domestic, creating and drink in;

fearfully-unquenchably, desire to continue tbe variety '
FlTill &.<>'I t wrath arise ; (j their intentions by seasonable advance and In curious, valuable, District of Florida.
) ] ,, tereatingA knowledge, the
( i.l' for the second year.If highest Richard
Before the r'- eyes, of, importance to all, and hitherto bidden Roberts, )
I any thqsubscribers should not'ree'
from the fa.
;;. And franticlfeapajringly 1 >,' ceive all their 'Q O'beh-ther,can requethepost'm3sterI. r>atBfcuted mass to by of mankind. I *..? Bales of Cotton, pick- fin Admiralty
vAf self murderer he dies i .t! .' ite a number of practiainc
poor I febtifr,us, of such' as .1ol"O Pb siciane. ed up at tea. y
t ** .e ; missing_, and they shall went again free of The object of this work is ALL persons interested in the above case
) ot'thup: i01pe'tno-not\\huS't!o.me-; chacge. \I'f subject connected with diseases to present eve- hereby notified;'that all the residues

? iBethyrefealingf.niade. ; ,t. ': Ten copies free of postage. treutoeat.which, by iUsimplicitrandpeT I the money for.:which the above Cotton
Lest. 'on my brain) the fearful hand, -=- = .nt<*ititw--- nf n -it.-<-t*...:i-. _.. -..., _. ,, .., was,told by the Marshal of.this ,District,
Of frenzy should'be l laid) and TTo accommodate associaUonascb0aIs I iiisb, to be thozooghly informed eDaDIO in this a..who after the payment of the salvage and expen-

But eloh4iq gentleness ..nd-.owo-. individuals, forthedistributionwswill I I ,interesting ud important of sciences. mOlt i. set in said cause, has been paid teto the h1gistry *
deliver' at any office in the '
post United
The, of the it remain
lnnta Court where
e+ "ill.
j Thou messenger of worlds above! : States.,free o/'potage, ten copies to one I '.u- rws'of society
Come quietly-come,peacefully ; address for ten dollars remitted to us with- :. since they' must need not e insisted upon io the person or persons entitled to the same,

:And fr&iTrom heavenly fotmtttoa,iheti out coat; 'LILLY. WAIT. CO.' 'every reflecting mind suggeet'tbemaelres: t iI or las or their legally authorized agent.

Thy living; waters crT my bead '. Boston Feb,,'5., -. v enoo ott usion of"ound Under the intJlIs I- A. H. DAY C'JJr. '

.I ,-, Ten>yfolljr( joyfully: **"""""S PRQSPJECTU8 vor i I tedge'among all classel,empiricism medical kno w- By II. K. NEW COMB, D. C.

k1y wl shall l.greet;thj pomin'g tread. TUX cJisarmed'' of the dangerous must lie [o11mt1m] -- -- ,
-. weapons wit h
1Come withth A it' 'T-ik :which i\wan 10 succpasiveljsgainst! 'IlE are authorized to announce Colonel
meek and holyentlle' A 1'1 : A'* fof man; the the li fe V Y' candid.
The Nw.Redeemer Wore,;, : .'A Semi-monthly. Jourosl of IateratureAtti. I vines 10 banefpl to health empl01D1eotof, will mec ." ate'to represent the Territory of Florid.
+ And wanjuith dejection beJweli'm :the'Arts., fibs rational give place ,o
deep: administration 01 [ in the 24th Congress of the United States.
B IOn.. en.v more! -. B. Brown, G. ll,. BNirri" Eclitorw_, ::agents.find the scientific and ,expcrieoc feaedia d'), 'AT B,. are authorized to announce Major

1J'D l qw auy knee tdaod' More \bu'two years have elapsed since1\ :, laidm wW be aided in his efforts to al-I WILLIAM WYATT u a candidate
; J
ti : t c .,1I.t'tT<
_Bat ttustiagcoataliAgiy ; w i during that period it baa received a atea3r! shall h.aeglect Cf.D to the utility or the we rte 11nflel4th'Congress of the United States.
"; through Faith,:tC lift: mine eye > increase of patronage. To* be in bait II!? nd regimen hall The principles 01 dOlt' erized' to in'IllggpnferVMi -

Up to my Father'. h use on high; :, :.a the common lot of humanity and we make ''FPUcatione: be explained and \tbe ii 8.; HACKM -
=Where wenopietencebfanezemptiotifromthacbarre ,,' or ed. The ingredients Of iX LEY candidate
alorioualyaatkbleasedlyr t remedies shad Esq, as a .
Wo all fbtll dwell DO t more to die! \ .b rpurinte&tip09Lre :to haye'eafsw*, '.sub ect otmateria med be lea given shall and the wp ol%;: par '"- to represent Monroe county ..

errors u posaible.while wtecdeiror UU CD" ezpltuiped fA rlyd3 and simple bedi Itlll'I scuff. ritory in the'next'LegUJative Council of this Ter- 1