Key West enquirer
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00049046/00030
 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: June 6, 1835
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
lccn - sn 95026781
System ID: UF00049046:00030

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II E EN QUI R E R. already well known .to their countrymen. ,
'I' TiE We do hot parade the names,as is the fashion -
Published every Saturday at.FIVE DOLLARS -' of some; but we confidently appeal to

per annum. the experience the post year,as affording ,
ADVERTISEMENTS' inserted at the rate of an earnest of our zealous, untiring,and we

One Dollar and; Fifty Cents per square, for, .. trust not altogether unsuccessful exertions i

the first insertion, and continuance.>Seventv-Fire All Cents Ad. .QUI.rJ to render the literary character of the'New
for each subsequent
vertisements will be continued until other Yorker inferior to that of journal of its '

wise ordered. None will be considered class in this country.

less than a square. aiteb nub tublf1JhC1J I1n L S tMU1ou. II. Political Intelligence. tins department .

No subscription will be discontinJcdtnlessat .... .. ._- ... alone does the New-Yorker pro-,
the option of the Editor, until. all VOL I. KEY WEST,-SATURDAY- JUNE- 0,1835.before NO. 30. sent ah
arrears are paid. press of the Union.. Our plan embraces ,
All letters to the Editor on business, (r the
collection important
roust be Post Paid. lie receives his branch pay five dot purpose of continuing'said business, and for item of pf every whatever
political intelligence- bp
the conven-cnce: of their friends and pat.
,. Jars' for the of the and one
--- --- - usa county, its character the
have removed their establishment to and bearing-in language
I.or the information of Mariners generally dollar to the clerk who shall also furnish rons, a i
; of historical
have procured from the Collector the and more central part of the city. As it is their record, and with the.strictest;
we each
Pilot rules
nppbitned with tho intention to hand good assortment regard to the of ah
following schedule of the situation of the- keep on a preservation ;.unques
t Light houses along the Florida shore, regulations established by the court in of the best type, and to make such additionsand honed neutrality between the contending

under his supcrintence. relation to Pilots and Pilotage; and every improvements as the taste of the trade parties, opinions and sectional divisions

CAPE FLORIDA LIGHT:-Stationary Pilot shall give bond with 2 or more good and the wants of the country require, they existing in the country. The Editor refer i

Situated on the South sad |Of Key Biscavne and sufficient securities to be approved flatter themselves that this establishment with a proud satisfaction to the fart that t

bout 400 yards: fronghe beach.- ,by the court, in the sum of one thousand !will have merit a large share of patronage. They throughout tho past year, he has presented, t
several fonts hand which
be consider ,0 teetabovethe now on can
The Light may 'dollars to the Governor of the Terrtory,
a minute and circumstantial of all
be furnished at a few hours notice, and are acconnt
of the sea, distatltj rom the gulfstream
level and his for the faithful
snccssors in office, all and the elections which have taken r
about miles. Vessels drawing 10 prepared to make fonts ot weights place in the
feet approach within 21.2 miles of ineIfeht' performance of his duties as a Pilot, which' sizes, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, includinga several States,during an eminently ardent .,

may Lat 25 47 N.;...Long. 80 42 W. bond shall be recovered in any court of great variety of Ornamental Letter.- and excited canvass, without once incurring;

LIGHT J3HIP FLORIDA-Is situated competent jurisdiction, al the first term Their assortment Cuts and Dashes, Brass the censure or even the exception of any ,

i.. on Carysfordls Reef, near the site of the after the bond shall ,be sued for, and all Rule, and other ornaments will bo found to political journal. And, while he- reserves

old one, in LaX. 25 08 N.-Lo g. 80 27 W. Pilots' !in this, county shall renew their be very extensive, of which specimens will to himself tho right of commenting briefly j

It is easily distinguished,, as two distinct 1 branches'oncJi-a, ., -, be forwarded to Printers as soon as they 1'
year. can be prepared.Printing but freely on the topics of the day, and of 4
lights arc shown ,hJcb.can .ccneralr'I"b t 1 Peb)> '7th 1835. '
| ,
uary such the of
offering suggestions
Presses of as
dig*nCG ; oJ.'adie.l every description, aspects
seen .. ,. Approved February 14th, 1835. Printing; Ink of the mostapproved qualities, the times may seem to require,he yet hold

dfaesj ; WHITE' & WILLIAM HAG Alt, Composing Sticks, Brass Galleys, Imposing himself pledged that such remarks shall not

+' iPKGTEULLY Inform the Printers Stones Cases, Paper and Press Boards, interfere in any material degree, with this

', .. :United Stales,- to whom tbey have Standing Presses, Furniture, together witha views, the doctrines or the prospects of any. r+
known established of all articles used
eni dtvkln lly as complete assortment '
political Ile cherishes the confident
... Feutnile'rsV.thatthey: have now form- in a Printing Office will be kept constantlyon parjy. \,,
pfttXDerilnp: ,}'n. said business, and hand. expcctatic;>D, I\aJ tho files of the Nevv-Yor-, ,, ,,
theirunitcd skill and experience, Small fonts, suitable for Book-binders, ker will hereafter referred to for the truth +

.'\. h.: c "Ifojjrteffull satisfaction to all who in great variety may be bad when called o! any controverted statement regarding f

.". \.'.... 5 pern? with orders. for. tho results of elections, &c. &c. since its f

.''" ',. ,. ,.... ."", ., <*"? troduction of machinery in place Olden from all parts of the Union will be establishment, with mutual deference and j .
I : "" "; .:'".' 'L/. tedious"' and unhealthy practice of promptly and most carefully attended to, with entire conviction of absolute certainty.III. .

.'. .., P r typo by band, Idnga desideratum byepeaoTandAmerican and parucularly in supplying SORTS for all General Intelligence-Consisting ot
? V fonts furnished by their predecessors Bin
v 'c
'"" Founders
'. ,was, Foreign and Domestic News Literary Items .
.1., ., ny Ronaldson, and Richard Ronaldson. ,
r. :}Ingenuity.and a heavy expentim4and,1mppey Statistics, Brief Notices of the Drama;&c.
.j Stereotyping all its branches executedby
... f\ on tho part of our
However it be the fortune of othersto
L. Johnson, ai heretofore. may
ifs-j'tfa Vv f .; O'' artnbts. ;successfully accomplishtemtveuse obtain the of r
JOHNSON & SMITH.No. confidence and
'<* *" 1Hiftr* #* S i of the machine cast let- patronage ;
i '<-; ;44T >I'?r; fullytested and established its,su- 6, George St. Pbiladelphia, 1833. the public, on the' credit of prospective improvements -

% .t S % ? zr in every particular, over that cast .( j"Publisbers_ of Newspapers who insert and future excellence, the pn> 1 ;
n w 11*,ol t; lid process;' this advertisement, and forward a paper ushers are content to rest their,claims to I
ita f' ra# sat }Y 0L cdntainiogitt6J.,& S. ,will be entitled to
r itter.Foundry business.will hereb : $3; payable in settlement of their accounts public consideration distinctly on .what '

....", 'I. .:. :carried'pd by tho pal tIes before when their bills amount to not less than$10.J. they have already accomplishedand respectfully .

y i'T1!f.. mderthefirmofWhitellagar&correcimen & 8. invite the patrons a of American liters-i

":.. exhibits a complete series ture to examine their journal and judge

',,', '" 1i..1I liriond to 14 lines Pica. The Book PROPOSALS what it will be from what it >. .
',.:.11, :;j (wt' ( type being in the most modern 'When it is considered that no periodical I

.. tyle "Iron PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST of like' character for originality and varietyof
I .tr ,. & Co. are agents for the
; agar ,
.. f'Smith-and Rust Printing Press- literary contents, comprehensiveness

,they can furnish to their custom- I BIB EwTXTtto"-*w: ;' plan,and the amount of matter 'weekly pie x
,," Chases scnted, has ever been attempted in this
,',.;! r.l iinufaJcturer'a prices. ExavraEILIJUIE (
:' : .bdsitiofl Sticks, Ink'and every' SE1T WEST country at a less price than three to five

s. .bdJihthe Printing Business, kept, dollars per annum', the publishers trust they
.' J"uljd furnished on' the shortest no- UNDERSIGNED, ben leave re. will not bo deemed 'presumptuo i'I'n'' expressing '
fid; { type taken in exchange for new .1. pectfully, to offer prepositions to this the that their : '
hope will
> attract '
'fi.'1'' '","i t, ound.ijtewspkper. enlightened public, to publish a weekly' the attention if journal it ,
even should'not
'. .who gife newspaper under the above title. It shall
/ secure the favor of the of American
J fth ee insertions, will be entitled .be principally devoted to Commercial In '
idlers na such articles as they may .tclligence-party controversy shall be entirety literature. II. GREELEY & Co." \\

tni.ptir; "p ciin n. excluded. CONDITIONS ,, j..

.'Carlo 183&:" The undersigned is fully aware of the The NEW-YORCEB will bepublished every t
ES NEW*YORK TYPE FOUN- difficulty of the task he is about to undertake Saturday morning on a Jarge 'finp rial''
;' ;.' r.+ .Theriubscribers; respectfully and in consideration of his want of sheet of the best quality, 'arid afforded to*
Nfl,, xptuitetftbat they have patrons in city or country at 'TWQDOl :!
: recently ,
$ .experience, has obtained the polite l offer of
P : .'. :- ';i M a4tsrietyof: new fonts of letter I assistance from friends whose and LARS per annum 'payable in advance. '
I h"-t -'lc of&thei latest European specill age The experience of the pas{'year admonishes
> qualifications render them
,. calculated for ornamental prin {' competent to us to regard the:,adyahce payment lrwfdistant
the task. For his he
j t i1'displayland[ ; making: an as- own part, pledges
!. : c'r' *Hntiog Types unrivalled insdfralaclvanety. : himself that, so far as his health and indispensable' cow !
A book of i dition. When; from peculiar circumstances
spebe strength will permit-the public may rely
J .,.' "bbHaiiiea at the Foupdry, upon the ulrnoatregularity in' the publica payment is. smbeibstreet; bear Chatham. I tion of the paper. of the' quarter, fiflr'cents'will: be added.

s ..pdc ueultOni Twelve Line Great pains will'be/taken to obtain the Any person remitting ten dollars free of
h. ,ari-cpgtprisidg earliest and charge to us,shall receive six copies for ono
,, .. ot RamanaCips. with I cue. most correct intelligence of
and inthe
same' for !larger
i; '. : Italic4 0 do Wrecks. and Wrecked Property, and also year, proportion

title Roman do do ,reports of vessels passing near the Florida number. Post Masters and:others are ,

'. UUeltalip'do d*. Reef. respectfully requested to interest themselves, '

.,r i kb'd man do do "(ttr-GENTtEsucM: friendly to then, undertaking in our behalf with/the ssnrance'that tliobest
Antitjuedo: do will please receive subscripf'o and possible terms will be.afforded. them.J .
,, i Black '<3o do ,
forward the
: names to the Editor
vci as soon as
; Black do do Subscriber would inform bit friends
i c k ,Opcni THE
; }_ f ,cript .." i+ do do' possible. the public that.be is prepared to
fl .CerrA' (,T extdo doTjro J. ATKINSON 'attend to any Business that*may be entrust-
: I'n+, rom'n caps with figsTwdjlhes + October'1,1834; eel to his ca"'a the I t "

FA'i Jtalic capitals. AUCTION 'AND COMMISSION'LINE,'" "
f .' 'Sh4:Caps of various kinds. THE NEWYORKER.On Ilis office is up start in Mr.'F*A.firownaV e ;,
. '; IT ,Open do 'do Saturday the 21st of March, will be I Ware-House, where,bemay f t all limes bd" fl j

ItaUd capital and figures issued the first number of the second volume found. ,;t 4 rIIe

l-ornamentil letters backslope, : of TUElNsw-Yoar; and the publishers takes this opportunity( reoderiog' i 1 :
PS r1.1irqt'P, piece fractions, suanoov trust this early announcement wilyattract thanks for past(&YOft. and hopes, by;;:cure 'I'l';
w al and other signs, space milting attention to'Dusfqist, to'mtritsV*
< T E 4Y ti ., '!_, roamental dashes, Iqng i seasonable attention of all those continuance of pitfon'a i t
..,- t ( who may.choose to commence their subscriptions .
.thin. two hundred kinds of 1 OfJ. AURoN: f'
. ;; .,: 1000 I at that time. (Dec. C 1R34.
.: ire than kinds of cuts t &e-tf. ) ., :
., for school books, newspa- J THE NEWrYcrarjEB continue to pre. '# i'. t i

,!,.'.. ...,..,,;. Sc'workfrordersforiBy of serve the general character which has thus ;;Ira the, .Superior. uTlOf de Southern,Jvdklal -,u J :(-
.)"."' "'>,..' h tsing ticks, Guest chases, .secured it the approval of a steadily and District of! Fl rld: ., wJf f f;

:it y rK\ '. 1: ..... .. ., ',;r ',' s,Cted with rue utmost promp. rapidly increasing, patronage,and a popularity I Richard Roberts, Y .i

'.;',\.''" :. t._,..\;. fl '"" ',-1i<:' :{. \ stock being,always on band*, commensurate. with the sphere of,its JLI I '
,,.; ",,! -.'.w";,1" ,' : .' >execute orders for printing circulation The peculiarities of its'blah i' Bales of Cotton, pickla Admiralty', >> ; :

:"i .. ,, J. .. '.,r .. i3..' 'which they will furnish atfides. ado ted'at1er much I :edup aha. JALfc ';a'f
,. reflection
i r: ; were and
., .J ,' '" ;::. : ; we
... "" .- in the above
... \ -(' S1'U" :;-- {t"'N persons interested cu.
.1i .. .'i', ,-;,:"",,,, ',:...1f... ,. .,- J ..UpaperswiU please pubi. have not learned thatitil prominent features I hereby notified that all the residue.of ,
"" ;. -
,111 'h, +'If"' ':J'I' I'3' isementwiththisootettiree have failed in a single point to receive the for whichthe'aboye
,.. :,.-_ .. '.: ; H the, money Cotton t
'. ," ... \f- ';!'W' ." '. .let; .: ,a paper containing it to theioeiviB approbation of Its -patrons and the public. wsssofd'by the Marshal, of this District, 1 I

.',.}". ;;,:,....-L'Ii.,'ft\";'t-. .. .".."..!lil.',. ,payment when they The paper will continue to bo arranged'as ,after tie payment ofthH aI.YaDd expenses ;
f... .'t, "'; ''II., :: ,,, ,,,;,....,..i-,. '; es T the amount of their billsto follows. : in laid cable,bas been paid fritb l&e Keeistry '

.. ;!-::- -.S for4cdfe\ } ...... .v ; .t"g aJ. .. ;';'t" '.. I. Literary Z? ?;"" 't": ', -...1' J!p GE"BRUCE, & Co. whole outer form of the for awe months,unless: > .ODft'daliDed by ,
:"> and .
.i' .t" > presenting
I the same
.10 "...:' or person! pfrtoofentitled ,*
, twelve
'$ ; <-<. "" ample' columns of Reriews
: ."':: : -, above will be ''o .biJ or,their, ,11yauthorized -J.1;: .fail
tjr ..
; te
."t. .... ,.- .... .;. ; ''..''; ,.. of NewPublicationsOriglaalandSclected J A, II. DAYC7k., .
fIJ; :
... : .
#> sent to
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;.w: ,contributions this ( ,
Xbe.ongiaal to
: r depart.tleiit :o11m4mj, ?
.f'''''' \ J C riestob&C. I .
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and t
are regularly promptJpatd1 fordand
wthoriaed to-
; JU't
.in. addition to the 'many writers who ocMK'WM..a. IIACK.

s .. .. < \ f"YUNDRY.t- r. have ftfowd us with articles during the W:i.EY, r.q.1I a ct lat0-

\J 1. IN ifMrtRICHABDestablished aadtbettbscri put year, aad whose eaa,"will continueto to represent Monroe comity yIn
"-If:", eanch our columns we hive the promiseof the D. t.J.tp1atl'e Coancil; ; of this Territory. I '
.' ( ,J.. eta neutral t whose names are r

\1, __ t 1.*"*,* ,. 1 that takes cognizance of and Icntlc. ho was :arrested 'ELLEN MALLORY ----= ;

:; '. : 'TIE. .ENRl1ftER. guides, ns far as particular: pers till and confined a3 :a vs. 1/ In Attachment
} 4 is no motive to worship a Deify, a subsequent ar JOIiN WESTERN..}
(rtfSLlSJl D WtfEKtV 6N W wfHTEItEAD ST.) displeasure to for his townsmen, who were
,or pray LL those i interested will take t
t AT FIVE' pOtLAUStEn' .ANNUM. jvill not enter into any solus voyage, that,' he A that the said: suit has been notice,
I common
What it it but a Map oJ busy lfc1-CowJ! __ >!. principles though you seem to d t(iced by attachment in tho Superior Court
i present, I shall only'give, you (for Monroe County, and ate
.' JUNE 0, If333.: .-Newspapers to
.. .. that though your reasonings are which (plead to.the declaration filed herein
-- the
During war
-> -- ,
1"01'JDE ENQUIREn.a..I' may perhaps prevail with some Venice I[30-3m] A. ,GORDON Att'y for PI'
I (t
will not succeed so as to .
.. you
: / EXCERFfSFrom.the general sentiments 'of mankind in I>almatllIn 15G3, < AltI1NISTIIATOIt'SNOTICE.: ? -

scrap book of a yount gcntl subject, and the consequence of communica :NOTICE Is hereby' given that, two
aman'about w'lA..W afterdate I
town. shall
; commercial informs ,
this piece will be a great deal apply t u
I I Ie Never resent supposed injury 'til l you drawn upon yourself,"'miscb of to sheets, to be read the County Court of Monroe County fora
know'the views and notions of tho author no benefit to others 'He that -by those who' were settlement of my accounts as Adminis.

at 1 tii,and on no occasion retaliate. Always tho wind spits inliis. own face. for which a ..trator of the Estate of D. C. Pinkhfm deceased !

Eti taJ[ the part( of an absent person who is you to succeed, do you imagine paid. The first W. A. WIHTEHEAD).
{ censured in company, 'so far as truth andpropriety will be done'by tf? You monthly, written, gov .' April 15. 1835. [tjtS]

j Will .allow. Dr. West. it easy to live a virtuous life Those who first ;T\rOTICE-AH persons having claims *
sistance affordedby religion called in the Ian* J.H against the estate David Coffin Pinck-:
f!There, are animals that borrow their deceased are
clear perception of the advantages mcantcs. The .ob barn hereby notified tbat they
1 'colour from the neighboring body,and consequently must be presented to the subscriber
and tho of; ,to spread defamatory on
vice or
vary-their as they happen to before the 15ft day of JUDO next;
change their, place, In like manner it I a strength of resolution sufficient was this abuse, that will he forevw barred, according or to they the

ought .to be the endeavor of every man, to I you to resist common : Gazette was called the terms of the' swtutc. Persons remainin"
derive his reflections from the objects about think how great a portion of is even a German yet indebted to said estate are requested to
sist of weak and; day, which he make payment previous{
s him.; for it is to no purpose that he alters ignorant men says tothatday.
fii po3uion, if his attention continues fixed and inexperienced: it were most earnestly{ \V. A. WHITEIIEAD.
of both who have need of were no at Key West April 11,1835. [n26-cowtd.
i, to tho, name point. The mind shouldbe sexes/ papers :J
kept,open,to the access of every new idea, tives of religion to restrain them the proverb is ap- William H. Shaw "1 III

and'so far disengaged from tho predominance to support Jheir virtue,''and retain vs. I In Attadi: }
,of particular thoughts, as easily to the practice of it till it becomes John Copland Ex'r of the went

accommodate itself to occasional enter which is the great point for its DOCTORS",, 1 i, '1 1' twill and, Testament, of '
'' tai mcnt." Johnson's Rambler. And perhaps'you are indebted of consumptTi( l 'PD' ''-'' '

your religious education, for the health by tlicTfo}. =1 .O''i.1. l a ,ltaticestrtt1e !
'I'h'o Jirst person that wore stockings in :If
which "
upon you -now accidental reml bovo tJ a. ; .
is said to have been Queen Eliza. .com;
England yourself. You might easily disc bytho fa" y sitachment tibQI: ( btifltd; to
nb th;shereceived them as n present from
the.Spanish Ambassador. J Wealth excellent talents of Reasoning up from theirr.ple| : sad to the declaration filed herein. ,

of"' atiOrl8.j' J hazardous subject, and 'thereby herself:vergtp:' A. GORDON, Pl'lFs. Atty.,
rank with our distinguished when: she. retiri April 2L 6, 1835. [2 -J2w]

;,, On parent's. knees a naked new-born For'among: us: it is not necessary, a valow: t ht TCC ] ,
*V> childVaanini{ ,, the 'Hottentots, that a 'youth to wait iK5s5jmfi 1 : H "":, .- ,,,'

.\: '* thou gLrt- -',_itt."m, \vKilo___ nil--- around------- 'wnfrt, -- the u_ -.comnnnv--------0/ nf.nlp"-. ........, ...sln.U..vu.u ( ,dissolution!!! r rr .. ....' r,
+-':thee smiled.: manhood by' beating his'mother. I her custom to >t'.. .. '",

.)?o', l live' ,' that sinking in thy last long arc so wicked WITH KELKJION, i would permit", an .I' ... ... .,,

Asleep I they be WlmoVT IT'? I 'iritend Denature: ,tin ,

'I 4Tdou then may'st smile, while all,around' itself as a proof of myfrieridship, I GdpfipniUi r r ,. I",' t

these weep." From the Persian by fore add no profession to it,, whiclj tah'e o.bse ,,' -""-. ,'.
SJ'r.? .1Vm. Jones.. subscribe, Yours, B, : housej JjlrsV l "' ;;;'I"I', ';
"" {/ ;, ,
41 Tho, true spirit of convtrsation con. -oeoA -' es, constantly, ; ... '
' blooming couple, with the ,bed in ,,: << : ,3 \ : '
did building on another man's observation t ,, L. i'
nomen of Ben Swan and the animal l r ,. 'V' 1 ....if!'. I.. .,, "'
t ,no! in'ov rturning it; thus the wit Sally was >
apropos ol your, remark," and tho disagreeable says were brought up by-Tell, a f ver s >: / '::f}' :; : .}> :
told plump ;
long tale of divers deJj .. ,
I mart exclaims"I cannot with 1 well. 'hi. '," "-;: '"
agree misdoings that they had been circumstanceV3sm'. ';-':,:'.
yotf. .. r
Bttltecr. +
.t t'To" 'v i appeared that Ben and Sally had the lady's mind, and ,.. -tirY.Y.: '
ge soundly of the remarkable another for man and wife I what effect '
? by ; '
I_ < .
dif'erencJe\which inequality of stature brings like a couple?down east the other I.I f the dog's example\ ,. .: ,
into' tbochamctercompareextremes; ; set I this essential difference''that there I II dew from tho ', '
agafcwija; : Colossus,a'little man of diminu- witnesses at Jhe:latter plighting ,drank a small guars,

tivo,8talr, .granting nevertheless, to this I --'- .Nature their ; and after continuing i it
lost, full It,t and vigorous health. You ,may | Their priest was solitude. some ;relief; her

gupss Jhat )io is.talkative, stirring, always In an amorous, Ben sang'a. aJthougb'.f: and she found :a "
inaction .always ,changing his place; one sweetheart/ about, .SaJJyin our : the end tvas ''com
would' say that h? laboring to recover iQ She told him that he was a true [ Mercury .
time, vVliat 1 t.he hits lost in space.. The probable was always' singing and would 9t 9r *0'd '' ,
reason: ot this difference in the vital die singing. '('haL'sV at is a mysterious jeelfng .'" ,

, aciivity.follpwipg.thediffercnceofstature! : } ; live to see, Schunck u like "
you says a cloud m he, ::" , '.'
'arises from,tho relative bulk of the I burst .i ; : r.
primary of passion. Schunck," ) the soul i ir dljusy!
organs of life. The heart,the,, viscera of *k marry: come up-a skunk has v social circle; in \ihc

I digestion;& ., ale of nearly the same bulk but .a swan is a leotle the silliest of :! : of solitude.-\1Jts; 1 yV,
in ell pen, and it is prjncipaUy in the length rupeds. 'And'i should'nt be a l over the wcaond;
it ofjthejbwer; \l limbs that the difference of this time if you had'nt behaved one time it is caused

' attturewHl l)'be fO'Jnd.to lie. It is easily cal and took, me ,j in." "I took single thought,- cross

conceivable that the ,viscera supplying the fays Ben=" It was you took 5)I 5)I sound will come'boo ..
same: quantity of nutntiousulutces to a so'dcceived ?
never was of '
; : in life n *
my as memory, gloomy ,
4 t& M
smaller 1 bUlkthat' the heart giving tho same took you for wufluous ; death-L: nell { : &
l impulse\ 'to blood! which is to traverse a was a settler;; and at it"tJa.cy wornan.nt, hopes and sunny fee X-: > f/ T-

I" eborter.couraenll tho functions! will bo and tungs, till the watchman : Who can describe! i it,
executed' ;.with" greater rapidity and energy." them and invited thent.to, i > its bewildering, inflti-

,; "Y't: t, ,R.IC_ Physiology.. to the watch;h .-[N-Y., sort.of sorrow
I "I".uli.11lIltCOUIQ' '- '- ;
WO oream, ,nen lonce iNJi .. r the sunshine of ;

i ut.eeSSOd. .Poking thequcition..r-A : causing a momentary
? .Of one4levoted tender breast. Miss, whose teachers had taught : ;; the beauty.'of .,

Jlow changed-. how'desolate and drear two negatives were equivalent to '. r'k ni f
"***Without it, would the world appear; alive, on being asked by a'suitor .- _

tWith.frhat a different,watch and ward sent to marry,him, replied 4No, [ L ROOR:
..W'sh uJdahe swain I looked !! .
lonely treasure guard! :astonished and 10I to pursue tt d.a
lIowbrcathJesal-how'deepl)' prize, she referred,him to Murry, when ( !; one day, as n'jonnny' t,
*t -Wnat'life-once lost -n6' mtfe! :supt first time, he learned that no, room. / whys I

'cites.: ;;Bufoer+s Siamese'Tic ins,, yes., fiWe wouldtitt'o?"

'?Iii walking, 'those, who think, of the -NO-: want to regal 'the I

past cast, their.eyes the ground; those understand that by anew with figures!" I
whb think'of,the,future look, towards heaven 1 ment iq the:Bahamas, the when I've yphered
; -those' who think of the present:have vessel ani'ing.at.Na ,-if 100 ';" "i\ qPlioTl !

their, eyes fitted ,upon the! objects before then;,will not exceed.{;light l the masterJ"JVhy, 1
thenj$ wbi1'e those ',who;'think; oTf.nplhing! I ded) .twentyisiz dollars and two; and according

lo- kindiGfer. 'founa thcni" more on vessels of,any:class-all is two." .ffpumav
# J '.'ISHermiiedelaGuiane."The I beingfixed, except pilotage and said the m' K\nd

"' ney; the, ,former depending too "
on aa'p
to avoid 'the | ,
gray r puJatio ,()f .
and the latter being six and tbat'w9n't PbotJ
a ,
imprudence is, not to be ashamed of'whatwedobut
per ton.-[Charleston Courier., :
never tp ,do:what we ought,to be .. .
ashamed of."' ,From the Latin: >-
"In proporlion as-the mind: is informed broken. trtr' v :
called the Circe; of,only 22 ton, -Mrs.
we are able to calculate! tho
consequences :its,way from,London to the Cape Jtrd
VW actions, aa it .Itths-infant and, the. Hope, navigated, by, the
aavage. who master throw; A
for the'
,neat; those Jivo'onlf present mo. boys! ,After leaving Deptford, h'a
to whom instruction has
taught on the 2d '
to'Urink August 1833, she had ler' '
'reflect'upon the. past and look Madeira, the Canaries .
forward ; .Cape de ; 'un
to the parts a d
\\) Abrolbts, on the South = old maid

41Ytrr1II Isle do,Grand,.Su Sebastian, of o.
marry -
*41'T To .Atn-When : Saldahha n .
Bays and the 7th
Thpmas[ toe Vrw ., on of also earn
n age of Reason; he writing hisinfkrnous' 1834, arrived Bt.tbe.CpQofGood the '. t9Y

j manuscript to the celebrated subu fitted a 'parr or. I Thjs is pot so extraordinary a be/I TilE Office of the Clerk of the Supei ior /
Dr. Frahk-v performed rt :trill be
Jin, onus optnlon{ many yean' since by : open foe business, during '
i the respecting of it. Th'efol.: haste Capt.. Sbackford, now i ... the following haunt vis: from 7 tiU 0A.M
answer tint '
; from IS RI.
ornglt'1nd great Puiios- an, ecceptric roan,then living iq till2P. M., and from 5 till 9 in
PATBICTJDearSir = 1 fe the
nil evening. LtoAi. DocvMCtrri of .
N every
purchased, er
; a'Cltcbacoo
; kind will ,
1 have be '
: read your !)is j drawn up on application ti
manuscript tons and with of ant
no companion! but with the
with greatest
ttten ion. : despatch.
sjctoe By the argument it and detro7 it I ,.
object but to the oy
np see
KexWefftApnl.11,1835 '
CODt'IDS against) ; ( ,
a partjcuUr! Providence, ted.her in.aafety.la England- l:1:itt 'CD6-tC. (
tboufitfAjoud! || )r a general Providence an iotenicw om>p' rge WM WEE \'b
you s 1 rikeat {the-[foundiitiw of.aU.religion, thence} foun4 with,his Sir,Joseph' tof J s a I : : ., j
fotYithOut the belief of way to'one of :.N4T.AiY YU$1h'IaJr: ;- ,.
a Providence eg'; IndiaJsbnds.. On, leas arrml, 'tyxcy j f/ t hie _




,..... .., ---,. is the of the clc lion *-
r---= J"".'. 1'" --- -- --- .- 'dedjtiuco tl.o incorporation of this' City.--T The following return j t'7POJ'r
THE EN&wmER.SUUTII i In short editorial notice!,we called on theij for Delegate to Congress so Car ashavobecn J _____R r llc ntclf4cw 1i s
: l ard. ; ,Oi JI Y ES'L'
i presses in Florida and elsewhere, to mark ;
Igy WB ;'l\. FLORID4 j! ''"ldte. Gadsdcn. 1Vyall..Whttall. i
I ., 'with their disapprobation, this attempt at Leon ICO 224 225 71 I AttRtVKn-Slay 4U. Stntt's'rr, hlport

A'1'UJtDAV. .fUN fl, H 33. tyranny.We Jefferson 07 .?-, 141 114& 10 Schr. Motto, Armstrong, Tan p:1: bay j Sell.

The want of piper and other circuinstan : propose now to give extracts from such Gadsden ISO 149 7G fi Black T'; '' F
Madison SA 34 Sloop Spy, .
33 fi ,
editorial notices of this affair have
l' ('Cslave, prevented appearance, of thcj as reached Hamilton. 14 2 47 5 W hale, Packer, Penaacola, P J Fontane: &

Enquirer for, a few weeks past. We are us irv this remote little Isle. --- Co,.' o-Sloop Actor, Willse, Uccf: molasses ;,

happy now to present it again to our patrons The Pcnsacola Gazette, in a half serious ,Mid. Flor. 485 650 500 104 from the wreck of Bfig Lion, F. A.

with more Auspicious prospects before us I and half earnest manner blinks the question, Jackson 243 6U 57 13 Browne; Sloop 'Brilliant, Packer, do. do. r

Considerable and endeavors to throw ridicule on tl.e subject Washington 69 6 12 1 do. 'Sarah lsahclo Coombs du do.do
than have let.been presented. Walton 47- ,' 1 12 00 ; Sloop .
additions have been received to our subscription by heading his article "Nullification." Franklin 45' 23' \ 18 81 .; Sloop Thistle Fitch, do. do. do.;

list and arrangements hare been I tie also docs a palpable injustice by representing Escambia 28118 S 1 Schr. Single Sailor Bethel}, do. do. do. ;

entered into, which will ensure we trust, tbe Mayor and Aldermen of Key "_ ; y...... 10-Sehr. Olivo Branch, L'ethc), Reef, P. '
West Flor.! 685, % i U16.p> 1104 96 C. Grecno 11-Schr. Florida, Stout' ma. '
West their
in its publication.. We would as throwing thcmselret on reserved
regularity Columbia6 :, 8.-. ; t' "" ', 94 31 tcrials' from the wreck of Brig Isabella, F.

humbly solicit the friendly, exertions of ant rights, deeming themselves the sole judges Alachua ,1001. .-. 5. 58 22 A. Browne; Sloop Van Buren, Hdxie, N, ,

borne or abroad in aid of'our crtahhlg., of the mode and measure of redress" This Nassau 11 ', '.:tOO. 00 1C. Orleans, Master; 1C-Schr. Orion, Sander- t'
\ is not true in point of fact, nor is there anything Duval 193. .t. 00 21
Havana t .
son, U. Schr John
issued several Shaw 17- #
Since our last paper was St. Johns 178 -. :.5. 6 0 ;
in the Committee's that can be li Cold Charleston
wrecks have occurred the Florida Reef, report Monroe C8 ..14.00 1 Denison : "'Master;; 24- I
twisted into such a construction... They '-', Sloop Brilliant, Packer, sugar from tho .
and'0 that the temporary '
regret ilOL1d suspension profess to refer dIe matter' 'to the laws of the East Flor. ..56034. 157 *9f wrecK of Belgian) Ship Jean Key, F. A. '
of our labors./ have occurred at a land Mid. Flor. 4R5 6ftO 600 104 Browne Sloop Thistlc
and complain that constitutional rights ; Fitch, do do do.;
time when they might possibly have been ofnoine West Flor. .685 116 104 96 Sloop Actor Wlltsc do
have been violated in order to place them do do; Sloop Sarah -
service. -- Isabella: ,. Coombs, do. do. do Schr.
at the mercy of an irresponsible Justice of ;
Total, 1730 700 761 296
On the 4th of May, the Brig Lion, of the The Editor of the Gazette i., Single Sailor, Bethel, do. do. do; Schr.
,Batb, Fullington, master, bound from Ma- The lawn of the: Legislative Council of Amelia, Fitzgerald,. do. do. do; Belgian
lawyerCom'wboae critical
I lanzas to Savannah with a cargo of Molas- we learn a ; our.1 Florida, in. pamphlet; form, reached this Island Ship Jean Key, Havana do do; 25-Schr.;) .
rumen the defects of the law repealing, thqSdinst. We,have Caroline, Bcntha) Charleston O. O'ijara
-se4.wa3 totally lost on Pickle's reef. The on hastily glanced : ;
part of the cargo: was saved aria charter" might as well have' been) exposed I \ at several of these laws.out: have not 26-Schr. Florida,"Stoutf 'cargo, from tho
greater as that the report and design of our,cityof wreck of Brfg Philadelphia' P C. Greene
pamphlc'i ,
tlroJght here. .* : had leisure to give the a thorough ;
ficers should have been misrepresented. Schrl, Pizarro, Western dp. do.
examination.. ;
On the 6th May, the Brig Isabella of Bal J I
; Uod he copied the tho Committee Philadelphia Scott Jamaica do. do
report ; ;Schr.
: Tile number of acts divorces
titnore, from Norfolk bound to No w.drleang I granting ,
Olive BrancllBethel
: his attempt' ridicule would have been ,do.doSchr; '
.with Pine wood onboard, ran upon Alligaitpr harmless. and granting or extenuating incorporations, Lucinda, Wcstcrvelt, St. MarksMaster ;
reef,and bilged iu half an hour. The r' make up a largo portion of, the bpok It 27-Schr. Blacksmith, Roberfsy Nassau '
\ ,, We,have cast about for a sufficient canto ,

of these cases have been decideq has ,been extremely liberal in her guarantees from the wreck of Schr.''Galaxy, P.:'J. Fon-
'arid have found it think
we in this In the
;.by the'Court of tiralty-but tbere remains "* to some of those incorporations. For tanb & Co.; 'S0Brig Algerme, Cqrpor,
unadjusted the following: i""column, immediately below, he an- instance, to tho Bank of Pcnsacpla" foe:, New York, Master;. 31-Schr. Ryder All,

1 The Belgian Barque Jean Key, Captain; jlbunccs a dinner to Governor Eaton and the sum of ,$500,000, and to the' Southern Gould, Reef, F. A. Browne; Juno-:S: ).
dnvave also heard, that several members Spy, Glander, St. Marks do.
Life, Insurance and Trust for'sum ,
Puurds, bound to Antwerp from Havana, Company" a
I .he, Legislative Council were also in SAILED-May 27-Rev. Cutter; Washington -
'with 1820 boxes (stigar, ,000 segars, and not exceeding $2,000,000.These'ardprettyBums :
? nsacota. ,.participating in ,the,festivities of i ,Randolph, on a cruise. '
some Logwood-brought In on Sunday May to become endorser
''occasion. CiEARfco-May G U. States
It might in his Transport
opibion, ,mar ,
f 24th. The cargo with the exception of that good Schr. Motto
onorS were given and received'by Armstrong, Tampa hay; .9-
45. boxes,has been landed in good order, I ,r god citizens of that people of this Territory is to be pledged ,Schr. Black Hawk, Holden, Havana; Master
place by glancing!
., And for what 1 not for
the y s.selleaked badly and her bottom is certainly purposes in ; --Sloop Spy-'Glander Apalachicola,
,any errors of Legislation while
so large
much injured; I which the people of tho, Territory have an fruit,Matter; 0-Schr. Olive Branch) Bethel -

*-$ The Brig; Philadelphia, Capt. Scott, of 'r'JdaVas;portion of the Legislative But wisdom bis of Fid--"I ..equal interest,or an equal profit, but to'enable Nassau,_ P.> Cv Greene; ,,Sdar.;,S ngle f

and for Philadelphia from Kingston, Janiaica ; present. we give' own''words < certain BankingIncorporatidns'" Ito Sailor, Bethel, Reef Master}: 1I-e;:!loop
witli'a.cas of'28 ''bb'ids'.! ,21 tierces and found ,hoping, if no better excuse can be raise the wild, ," or as the law,has itV'to:. ena-- Actor, Willse, do. doSloopThiajlejFltch; ,1

iC3 bbls. Sugar, 123 hides 110. brought in be will plead tho.strength and ,excellence lie the raid Company' to make loans" .and{ ;du-, do. do; Sloop Van Buren, Hoxicj'Norfolk; i
of the wines used at the said 15 Schr. J. 'orida
on the< !25th:! May. 1'h cargo having, been public' count beyojfd hf amount of thttt'cttpitcil' I r.j! 1 Stout t. Reef, A+agtcr ; 'h'
\ dinner. 16-Sloop Brilliant Packer do. Schr.
piit on board'the wrecking in boats, tiVo;quotcthe: Very words of'the act, as re- dot
vessels Orion, Sanderson
Nullification.{ .,It seems from alateKey Apalachicola fruit W.
was, 'in parfslightjy damagea >>y the dashing West Enquirer, that; ,quite a bobbery has markable, for Legislative,prudence and decencyaifa II. Shaw ; 26-Schr. John Dcnisnn, Cold, 1I"

of satvatory; ; ,The:vessel, wilt" bo, put in a been kicked up thcta, among the municipal correct etymology.. Charleston, molasses, Master; 27-Schr. ,

state/pTaiiow'pf :her proceeding 10 her port; authorities' of tne place, in consequence: of Governments havegenerallylookeiupo n. Olive Branch Bethel, Reef, Master; 28- '
4>t destination.VrheSchriCalaxyof. -. : the passage of a late Law of the; Legislative monied monopolies with jealousy ; .but our Sdir. :Florida, Stout, do. do; ''Schr} Pizar I

'( New, York, Capt inhabitants oonncil repealing of the the Island.act incorporating This l law seems the Legislators' lave unbounded confidence! in ro, Western, do. do, Sehr Lucinda!, We- ,

Warren bound to Apalachicola from lav- to have taken the municipal authorujes''allaback. ,. ,the, honesty integrity, andabilitet"9Ctlo, tervelf, rAOlasses,Now York, dp;,2JV -S
ana with a cargo of 863 bags Coffee, SegaH ." Among' its provisions is one, requiring corporators,,and endorse their paper to give Amelia; Robierfs; Reef do,; 3(0Schr.( s< :

and fruit,having sprung' ',a'leak in the Gul under a penalty of fifty dollars, that it currency. We do not believe the people Whale, Saw brilliant and ugarN. Y;
allpoacys collected as taxes, shall be paiover' d ,3J--Sloop ackerRCI.f.l\JQter
was run ashore at the T'ort gas on 25th May at large willjanctiopsupb legislation-certain ;
to tho Justices of the The
+ Thistle Fitch
peace : Sloop ilo. do
200 bags! of Coffee, sails, rigging, &c, word; '.Mayor and Aldermen/belicving this .part of i we are, our, legisfators.wero: chosen for, Willee dodo; Scllr., Sin le;Sailor Sloop' Actor.theJ ,

.saved,by,the Schr. Caroline, Sloop Lorejoj. the jatF lobe''. ex potJacto, .have, in solemnassembly. { no such purpose. In ,other places monied do do; Juno 2-Schr. Blacksmith, 'Fitz-, t
and the ,boat. .!] thrown: themselves upon toesie1elivedt r institutions give to the States largo sums '
Light af
house: A greater pro rights." Deeming themselves sgeraldi St.:Marks, do; Scltr. Cd"soling' ; Geiger -

portion of the cargo it it understood might eole judges? of the mode and measure, a bonus for a charter, but oar legislators, Tortugas, do: 3S Iii,.'J114 r"AIi,

:have been saved had the vessels arrived at red s';''Jbey appeal to Congress to annul more .wise::and liberal. not only give those Gould, mo.asscsNew'"VollC,do; 4.

the wreck a few hours'sooner.. the law*i while in'aspiritedediturialarticl a'' who ask charters, but also pledge the fait h. Sarah Isabella, CoofnbJ,' neer.do-j Joof. ., ., '

the presses of 'tho Territory are called uponto I and credit.of'future, generations to give, Spy Glandcf, do. do. f ;

.We..understand. that letters have been re* raise their voices and cry al ud.alDst, them credit. We hope Congress will inter' 1. t'I' \ ,. J.
cciv'ed. in town the.last week from Dr. Hen such oppression." I :, .Ottr,!!. I", '
pose and dye us and oiir jpoiterity from tbe' ..
ry Perrine, our: late Consul at Campcachy, The; New Orleans Bulletin copies theact ', I. r. "' 1
effects ptrtliswildanddapcratelegislation.. ) tort sir: ttrabiattt.
the .
of Legislative Council ami-'tho
making soroq enquiries as Jo the tempera report; 4'ba' above aregvavn arid serious:: matters, rt Tq,4..i .J. t'1 .
lure of the weather during the last winter of the Committee in full, like'a'faitliful Sentinel : Her.eye: in +
: but.the volume bas abundance of matter for .scorn of all quoquetisli art;
,along the Southern shores'' of the Florida I}, andhen remalksII .._,. ridicule if it be rightly perms, an index of her mind,'

Peninsula, preparatory his i forming a determination But the repeal of the Charter is not the notingUtbet'idiculous. ,,; .. .- i W77,Varying glance haigeoerousheaK i

; respecting the establishment only oppressiveact i ,_in this singular instru'-* JCor.instance' we find in the'journal tbcfol- .BetraysaaileafilaaguagetwbleaadieQoadd r1'bo

'in this ment. It enacts that all the money which .lowing amiuirig Resolution, which bas not. ,, ,
-vicinity of a'Jarge'' acclimating nursery has been collected by the Mayor and Alder-: been admitted to a place irj 'the' book-t! o : mountain torrent, bounding |irhtlsa. fvr tropical: plants. It is doubtless I irieil face the incorporation the City; shall) I isauldcienllT free,
reason perhaps, CbyiouJt i s
:already well known to many of our readers, be:returned and paid over into other hands Or.parkUng; blight ia every iunnr ray,
I the 1 this, jit solccd by the-Covernor and 'Legs- Now rustling boldly tea" '
designated Council. the
that Dr. Perrioe has:for_ taken by Such is the I onwards ,
many jean literal construction! of the words of this act Council of Florida, ,That,Jamej lUll Npw gliding softly; on its noiseless way- ,
active scans
to enrich our country by tb a The money hitherto, collected has been ex be, and he it hereby permitted to'call'' hit Et< Is not more changeful than her'laughibgeye

introduction into jt of such valuable trees, periled by, the' Corporation for public im tote in Duval' Coiintytn Ea'tl Florida, LaGrange I Ever beautiful and clasr' as summer's'. ...sunny...
and other and to ikyr .
vegetable productions from tropical proment. comply with tho requisitions i
Hall,and,that hereafter the said estate ,
of this act,the members .' -1t rt
must ;
region 'as deemed
? were. to be restore
likely out of their private pockets the amount of, ,bekngtcnbythe name aforesaid"r II\ After SLe is cot beautiful,, but'cal >411; 'grace1 '
to our climate, and it has the sum: : so expended by them. Was. ever such a specimen as this, there can be no ex- Iq every thought she ieemcdmblned. 01 .

been a favorite plan to cltiL suomewbereupon any actso wicked, so tyrannical, so unconstitutional '"- ; travagance'io'tbe members unanimously And'wbeasbospealrstiersweetetEficidve. ,
re* .
absurd face 'f *VProclaims .
Florida and
coast a nursery of some to ridiculous 1 Wio '
extent, Wbei'ejthe plants of Mexico, Central ked, because it interferes unjustly witb private wlririg, (bat.Uipir( pay sbould.ba Jfoe dollatlerJia"wtrad anconsclotuly. bef 'dlnlfy of

America, anil 1'nf tti'We.t indies rights,,and wrests property wrongfully: } of three; tot in forwarding' mind : / ,,' ,
,might ti e from its possessors ; tyrannical, because 4 their'unanlmoui opinion' to the Pelegite. And Midas like,'of whom the fable's told "'
first cultivated! with\ $, dew of their being compliance with, the terms of the act arere'qwfra 'I All themes by her Uiscbised, are turned togo

more widely disseminated. should it be found tinder heavy penalties>> ,with no opportunity friends j.Late; papers state,,that,,the ,hopes of.our : f J. _t '" s _. r PERI.1h.A./"....." i

.practicable. :. for appeal allowed; unconstitu at St..AugusUne had been considerablyrovtvea A'baciiCl4r;Wjrov'f stricken I;
iQm what
.the tional because it passes an ex post facto by iJtI'Pe.'ce'ot buds,and 4 I.j ,.
Although .t :
lut'\yjcterwuloextreme. lair. punishing act done prior tolls '' leaves with years,,bi;afpr.. 'I ino, .enam. t
ly severe throughout the passage, 1 /'o.range, ,trees, ored with
of Jho'rosidcn
country, we hate whiqb.were legal before its passage: ; absurd which tbeTJnlagiced one l l3trjwod,
not beard of frost south r'T mp'Ba;, and because {he act cannot be, sustained i+'andridiculous.for aU falle'n fictiat abut could l riot muster .courafo enough to

at Key' West,,the mercury descended 'no the eminent stupidity it di i,,tt1.th laye'-: cold ( February last 'pop tho qticstfon.1 One jaorniflf ,'ho warn

lower than to the 45th degree of Fahrenheit; plays concerning! too rights" and bowers The New-YorlMpourief&; PaqulieN basjappearcd : resolved to'make, the ..uFoR.'.. ile accor

there' is, therefore, nothing in the climate the enacting authority. .on:jthe largest sheet printed lath e:' 'dingly ,went'to"
4n, prevent the fulfilment of Dr. Perdne's The Jacksonville Courier, aftet quojii h L cited States. Weclq not ,understands in, r'd9by| ) and'Jiiu/ovely Duldoia made gr ape

views,and we hope that the rrpuisite4qualit' [ tbe concluding put$; of the Cot mitte.' what: ,.manner it can be arranged :to b pearance.: After a mutual:nod.'the'follow- ,

report, says-* 'read.'the mod convenient ; however mae ..ijig.Jsnic .dialogue ensued i Do1 you
and of land be found we -
quantity may (gr an 44 A s(af... hlJ .e.is concerned,'we La, ject'tBe design lJ.t tsEdfor( notprIacip1 want lo change posit condition t1 No.** .
object leading to directly to the' benefit 'of -., I neither.*
no means of "Nor
judging of tbe.can e which occasioned y 1isitpsbould ha b lAud, .Ujming abotfl ovt
read, liluaetleJTtnrra
Florida and the ia'genenl.lIJ7VJI the + ; bachelor concluded,
country passage of the law ; but we I Ddatp I conrersatlon with
J believe it is not common to Itgulate' 1 money mr;> tbo ladle. mtti. sUfce fattens}
The abojdfonofthi Charter of Key rrtd, cut of the "pockets of municipal officers, Y t oant5; aI.W'M: > Uyrnsu SUITES. stomach.' ''. .
and the punishment'of tJie late memberi of to e, biSdiartapacity whichthey'bave"preriously for the benefit expendFdin'a of those who v T "yupabyr ,of Caihob'cs the' 'United' TnRti" > : din l'otitij. When,, the

Corporation*-In tbt :'Enquirer t of' the 4tbj; .come witig the limits of their jur'wdictlonV'Tbe WtV (4)mputed: lit 600,000. or A 28th Prejid ct visited 'hoytdr) t6tf'vspapert

April,*e published ,the 'spirited report o( contfest between-the New Orleansand patt of our population f tW Calvinist tic Informed us that the raUlf poured forth

,the Committee 'fekr late Aldermen: ;'rejpecting the Pen cola Editors j ,,,.m" bo sup. t lfapt saf at'*'J.143,1< MeiMH ;Bpifcb-. 'three milm of:gtiV to ,crate him. t We .

"'. the law:repeaiujg the City CUit_ r,; ,', clan}f obvious,without iny comments frtuq I Ie -Con putt t&qopoQ; PtD lt tear 1,800,000fM ) ;:,,. 's4>v '&ely jumeayerterdiy in the SutePrintV1 -

jjfjn providiop>> Uaesstndpeo>lti _ar, *pBtbmembersQf. ) us. There seems to be but one construe ItipqaJ, tir0001P4ohtrnt 1 E'I office, attached to A' petition to too ,
I eoopoq. UpispyaliNt, lUO,OOQ. Legislature to the License .... "
pur, Corporation, unless they' ''lion of tho lair, as to its sinister and fig repeal Law. .
viadic ia
would JCf >9>4( not
; probablytrfci- They were mitten 'In double columnsrand)
tea fustlce "
pay over +f"tb'e'peace all
L tire application to tbe pockets of the mew. | i, tot mij emit a better coa }from'\be"pN1itI occupied t1tdt IartI.GM or
e aBcs'oa
hues tbat half letter
u baTe been raised and expen-i r .:ten of our,late Corporation- iattrelttd. j J 'I I ipef.- ( Puper.I L ,

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I that takes and guards, and papers ELLEN MALLORYvs.
1 r- .2-- cognizance of 1
civil authorities and confined as a
THE ENQRJUER.rtfg6tsuED : J guides, ns far as particular persons, there t by I In Attachment!
feat his pirate,arid it- not till a subsequent ar 'ESTERNi'
Is no motive to worship a Deity, to JOHN R.
/(( WI'EKLY' ON VvfctTEItEAD ST.) displeasure or to pray for his protection 1 rival of'some; of his townsmen, who were those i interested will take notice t

AT FIVE DOLLARS'PER'. ANNUM. jyill, not enter into any discussion of your acquainted with his solus voyage, that,. hewas ,'ALL tlesaidsuit has boon common

principles seem to desire it. At seat. liberty. \ced by attachment in tho Superior
What it it but a Map of bitty.lifa1-CowI'En.. though you --...- Court
present I shall only give, you my opinion, ORIGIN (for' Monroe County, and aro notified to
j : JUNK a,1935.: that th 'uqlr reasonings are subtle and or NF.WSr4.rERs.-Ncwsp.a | (plead to.the declaration filed herein
; i __ J your originated in Italy During the war which < ,
= ,
= may perhaps prevail with some if30-3ml( A, GORDON Att'y for Pi'ff.ADJHNISTKATOU'S
1'01TOE EN UIRJn.0 : the was waged by the republics of Venice ,
will not succeed so as to change -
EXCERPTS you Solyman li. in flalmatia, in 1563, ) NOTICE
; iv J general sentiments of mankind on that against : Is
from the/ scrap I book of a young entl;- and the of printingthis the custom was introduced) of communicating NOTICE hereby given that: two
.*'* .. was'flio'trf foirn. W u.- subject, consequence deal of odium the military and commercial] information afterdate I shall: apply ,u,
will be
a great of
'dl and received, by written sheets, to be read the County Curt Monroe County for
Never resent a'supposed injury you drawn upon yourself/miscrljef lo you a settlement accounts
know the views and notions of the author no benefit to others. 'He that spits againstthe at a particular place by those whop were .trator of the Estate of D. C. Pinkhsm as Adminis d/
anxious to obtain information for which a
ot'ir} ,and on no occasion retaliate. Always wind spits In his own face. But were ceased W,. A. WHITEHEAD
ratio the par!' of an absent person who isceiisurr'd you to succeed, do you imagine any good small sum was regularly paid. The first .* April 1C, 1835. ['tjl5 ,
in company, 'so far'as truth and will bo done'by it1? You )'ourselfmay findit regular paper was a monthly, written, government
} propriety i Will ,allow." 'Or. West. easy to live a virtuous life without tho assistance paper at Venice. Those who first ;-]\ '[!CE--All persons having claim 1
called in the ]language J.1 againsttheestateofDavid Coffin ,
wrote newspapers were Pinck
animals that borrow their afforded< -by religionyou haveja deceased, are hereby notified
f11JefEate! barn that
of the Italians) mcantcs. The .ob tbey
clear perception of the advantages of virtue
be to the
must presented subscriber
colour from jibe neighboring bodyand consequently on
and tho disadvantages'of'vice! ,and possessa jeer was too generally,to spread defamatory before the ISmday of Juno or
varytheir,hue as they happen to or they
remarks. So this abuse that
common was ,
of resolution sufficient rare barred
strength to enable will be ,
them to
it the
change .place, In like manner
in instance tho Gazette called the
one was
to resist temptation. But terms of the statute. Persons
ought ,to be the endeavor of man, to you common remaining
1 every about think how great a portion of mankind consist lying paper.1' There is even a German yet indebted to said estate are requested to
derive f his reflections from the objects in to this which holies make previous .
of weak arid ignorant men and women, proverb use day, says payment tothatday.V.
s hinvj for it is to no purpose that he A.
like and it WHITEHEAD.
and inexperienced: inconsiderate print, were most earnestly
r hispoauion, if his attention continues fixed youth be wished that there Key'West April 11,1835. [n26-cowtd.
to at
of both sexes who have need of the : were no papers ;

The mind should be I.
I' to tho, point.
same the time to which the is William H. Shaw "
kepi\opento the access of every new idea, of religion to restrain them from vice, present proverb ap 1
I and' far disengaged from the predominance support their'virtue, and retain them in plicable. vs. I In Attach
of thoughts as easily to the practice of it till it becomes habitual, -.C-- ,. John Copland Ex'r of the J mcnr.i .
particular itself to occasional enter. which} is the great point for its security. BAD NEWS FOR THE DOCTORSlady ,. i I twilit and1'estament of '
accommodate } .
,; And perhaps are indebted in the last stages of consumpt 'tnu .: '
." Johnsons Rambler. you originally to y' "' ... ,
tainment. your religious education, for the habits of lately restored to her health by the I n1et"f.tt',..",es" 'im ke h\Jtlce'1'1'S
'th'oirst person that'wore stockings in virtue which ing extraordinary and accidental 'I 1r Ebm(
upon you-now justly value rem i !ilirM S1'H' !! Jn,|
England} said to have beenQucen'Eliza- yourself. You might easily display your She had long been attended' by th'off tattachmentbpd: lf" ,Stiffed tolead <

nb th;/she'receivcd them as n present from excellent talents of Reasoning upon n less but derived'no benefit from their Pfc i < to the declaration filed herein.A. ,

j the,Spanish Ambassador. AdaMs Wealth hazardous subject, and 'thereby obtain a ti ions,-and considered herself l verging f '. GORDON, PttTs. Atty.

ofWation*. JoU rank with our most distinguished, authors. end of'her existence, when she'retat: April 2, 1335. 2p-12w
i .,
(ion parent's, knees a ,naked newborn For'among us, it is not necessary, as among ring the summer to a varv t o # '.'? V:

j-child;: } ? lie Hottentots, that a'youth to be raised with the intention to wait inw Jit t r.

Veepingtlroa, satt'st, while all around'Vtbeesniiled. 'into the company ofrocn, should prove hismanhood hourofherlppr03chingdissolutiori 9B (J: 1
by beating his mother. If men in that situation it was her custom to

-.:p.': )live, that sinking in thy last long arc so wicked WITH JJELIOION, what would early as her malady would permit',an Y ,

sleep,. they be WITHOUT XT'? I 7i intend this letter template the beauties Denature : <". r I Ii"

I1 4'hqu then,may'st smile,while all around itself as a proof of myirieridship( and therefore wonderful works of G Djff.Mnler '

a # thee/weep"* From the Pcriian by add no 'profession toil, but,simply- ber window, from \Vhi l \1Jbo se r J ,F FrL I

S4'"tf ,,Janes. subscribe, Yours, B. FRANKLIN dog belonging to tbe IJo st7 tUti r': \ I
O-' any flesh on his bones, c0l15lantJf'lick ;
4 spirit conjistsiri A blooming couple,with the curious the dew off a camomile bed 'in t
i building on another man's observation of Ben cognomen den in doing which the animal _
Swan and ; was
Sch ,
Sally 'ink }
hot it thus the wit i
in'overturning 4
; says to alter in
were brought up by-Tell, watchman who appearance, to if cover str
t' "aprOjksol your, remark," 'and ,thd disagreeable told along tale of divers delinquencies, and and, finally), to,look plump] indwell;:, ,'.
mari exclaims"I cannot with >+ .. ',
agree misdoings t.hat'they had been singularity of the circumstance impressed
r guilty of. It was,.
yo*, Baliccr."To"juilga appeared that Ben and Sally had !taken one strongly on the lady's mind, and ',' ; '. r f

( soundly of the remarkable another for man 'and, wife; by themselves, induced her to try what effect might.be ,, ; .

i, difference, wldcH inequality' of stature brings like a couple t down, st the.other day; with 'produced from t fallowing the dog's example. .'.''' \
into- the I J ,character,compare extremes; set this'essential differenceVthat there were no She accordingly procuredjhe dew:froni the : : : .'<
against;a.Colossus,a'little\ manor diminutivQ witnesses at jhelatter: plighting of.'troth- same''bed of camomile,drank Ii small quaiv> ,';-)
atatUTC .granting nevertheless this (tity each morning, and after
'f ) to ----1 -;Nature their guide continuing .
lost, ruth and vigorous health. You,may t Their! priest was solitude.. some time experienced, some :relief; her .

gaps: hat, ho.talkative, stirring, alwaysinijacUonalwavs In an amorous'fit, Ben sang'a song to his* ;appetite became regular, and she found :a
i ( his ;return, of spirits, and.in the end + I
changing, place; one sweetheart, about "Sail/in our, Alley."- wasjcbnipletcly -
wqujdI say that h? is laboring to recover in She told him that he ,was a truo swan-his; cured.- {Caledonian Mercury;
time/vVhat t.he b'ost, in, '"*"* :-" '",'Ji
space. Theprpb- was always' singfng and would no doubt- V ,
able ,f8IJ.on\of.; this difference in the vitalaciivityfoilowpg.thedifl'erenceofstature die singing "That's what you'll never SADVI S.There is a mysterious feeling /, ::.

: ; live to see, .you ,Schunck,"says Ben, in a that frequently passes like a cloud,$ i l.tbe,
'otisegfromtdetelativo bulk of the primary I' burst of'passion. "Schunck" she spirits. It comes upon the soul I in the.busy i

I organs of life. The heart,the, viscera of "marry come up-a skunk hassomesense says 'bustle of life.'in tho social circle} ?sih; .. ,
digestion;;&f:., ale'Of nearly the came bulk but a swan is a leetle the silliest of all quad calm and silent! retreats of solitude.jjispowers

in all l peen, and it is principally; i in the lengthjf rupeds. 'And'I shonld'nt be a skunk all are, ,alike supreme over the weakflnd .:. ..&'*&!&?
ofthelower'limbs, that the difference, ofstature. this time if you had'nt behaved like a rqs-; thciron-hearted. At one time it is caused I : '*

f ;wjllj-be found. to lie. It! is easily cal and took me ,j in." "I ,took you in!" by the flitting of a single thought across : -i4 ?,<*i& ,
conceivable l jhat the ,viscera supplying pays Ben-.".It was you took mo in. I the mind. Again,a sound will combo

same quantity ,of, .nut itiousjuices to a never. s'so deceived in my life as when I ming across the ocean of memory,gloomy .
smaller bulkUiat the heart giving the same look you"for a tvuituous.wornan" This and r solemn as the dcnth-kneU, 'overshadowing -, ..,

im uhe to ,blood ,which is to .traverse a was a settler; rfnd at it they went, hammer} all the bright hopes and sunny feelings ;j

charter"course,; all tho functions/will be and tongs, till the watchman,pounced of the heart. Who can describe it, 1 "' V M.yxM -
executed;.with gre ra i ) energy." them:and invited them,to. upon and who has not felt its, bewildering: influence (,
I'u.; ;; i ,Ric1 rwBW to th6 watclv house.=[N-Y. Transept. ? Still itjs a delicious sort of sorrow;

':i Ahicould, We dream, when once pos & and)iko,,IL cloud dimming the sunshine of
r the river, although : : 9rsdm :
bra sessed .Popping thequcation.A young school causing a momentary 'I'Ir

.OC onedevoted:tender; breast.Howchangedhowdesolato Miss, whose teachers had taught her'that shade of gloom, it enhances the beza ty"of q %M l .

and drear two negatives,were equivalent to an affirm returning brightness."

'I $. vWithout,'would'the world appear; alive,on being asked by a'suitor for her assent r \ : Y

tVVith.what a different:watch and ward to marry,him, replied "No! no." The SCENE IN A SCHOOL, hat '
.tWO'sbouldthe;; l lonely treasure guard! swain looked:astonished and bewildered I j studies, you intend to pursue?'3aia.'an .
; I 'fr ':: h
how.breathlessly how>deeply prize, shc['referredhim, ,toMurry, when, for the i, erudite pedagogue one day, as a'JSfnny .- ra .

It ,\What'life=: .once lost-n6r taste sup- first time, he learned that no, no, meant Raw entered the school room.* *LWbj: I y4J

*'/ ;'r ties? ;Bulw&jSiairiesc'Iinst; yes. 4 shall study read, 'spbse, would dt o?"

"Sri walking, :'those, who think,,of,the ....0- 1 "Yes, but you win not want to reatfaltthe
the We understand that by a new time; are you accustomed ,witbt t"
p* cast/:thelr.01es'on ground; those arrange-
f wbb"think of.the.future look towards he a- 'I merit in the: ahar u, the charges on a It's a pity if I aint, when rvefeyphcred

vent'thoslrwho j think of the presehVhave vessel 8niing'at'Na ,if 100. tons lur- ,clean through adoption" "AoopTion !
' thenwill uceed what rule is that,??? said the '
not raasterjWhy:
their eyes fitted the objects beforethcai ; *(light money" root] ; ,
: upon .. it's the double rule
ded twenty-six of two and according
who ) : dollars ; and little ;
} \vJnTe those thinkt'friothing:: very
to k'tuiaiffctcn t Ii arounfl; : I' : more on vessels of,any'class-.all the items to adoption, twice four is t\Yo.j" jYou'magtake
:' 'liie dela Groana being ftxed,except Ptfctage and Light mon your seat, sir," said them lfe nd

Yi; ,,the former depending on the draft you may take yourn too," .aaid Rpj)
way 'to avoid: 'the reputation and the latter being six and a quarter cents 'for it's a poor rule that wpn't Bbotbi
imprudence is, not to be ashamed of/what :per ton. [Charleston' Courier., ,i ways"
i wfl dc;but"never td;do'what we ought,to beashamed -o.o--

of."1 > ,.from the,Latin A disconsolate
NAvw4Tlort'FaTaA-A; little 'cutter ,, broken
"In proportion as'the mind. ia informed, called<
we are able to calculate tho consequencescf \its wag from London to the Cape of GoodIlIo of Broadalbin,111ontgomety coBtfTNew

t4i4f r.actions;: &s it,Is the infant and, the.wvago. navigated by the master and two: York, notifies the public ;jbrouflflp" Amsterdam : $4' .. -

who IiYffonlt for the' present mo- ,boys! ,After leaving Deptford, which was '1 teUigencfra :h nat
to- 1 those whom instruction has taught' on.the 2d August: 1833,'she had been Josiah Hunt, has left 1Jri'

forward thiakt 16'reflect'upon the' past' and, look' Madeira, Jhe Canaries, Cape de Verd, to and strayed away to parts ur an d .. ..ri.Y .
the futon" : \\)) Abrolhas, on the South( /American coast,' she forbids all girls, old maid orv

Fi Isle de Grand, Si. Sebastian, Elizabeth and' not to meddle with or marry*!

Thomas MU Maine's 4 ,TO P DlZ-\ hen Saldanha Bays, and,on the 7th of blare b,- ally of the law. She also carne

i of Reason way writing his infamo w 1834, arrived at.the,Ctpe ofGocd flop: all editors "throughout the \
jAgo he submitted a part of This, ,lapel so extraordinary a feat u one' the'foregoing information beta .TIIE Office of the Clerk of the Sup< r his manuscript to the celebrated Dr.Fran rt "m b@ pea( busiDeu durint '
> ,performed '''many year* since by a Down: d rs. ,
Jin,.for.hisbpihiorj respecting'it. The fol) Easter. ..Capt. ShacWbrd the following; hours, viz: From 7 till 0 A.M.
io wjngis the answer of that PUU.OSoruta'and now of Ohioan / -- 4a from I?'M. till 2 P. M., and from 5 till 9 mtbe ,
great ,eccentric man then :
living io Portsmouth
( PATBICTJcarSir ( rf5Jter young lre' evening. Ltoir Docusrcm every ""\
= l have ty ,,11.,:purchased a Cfcebacco boat of SO' :: esl Jdod sill be drairo upon application>
: read ,
: your manuscript tons, and with no companion! but his d with the greatest despatch. 7
with sotafe' t8D lon. Bjr the argument it and no object,but to see the world,nave, Y Key W tAptil.l11635. ( !6-trJ, |

contitns' against< a partjcuUr Providence, ted,her:in safety, to England where he had! ptroy I
Ojpf spcietyi
the aldwl to compf "W. .I'
| ;
a _
pu Prajrjde&ce
; an int li jew ,
r with Sir Joseph Banks, and' ". 'fl ar"of
1nature. J
you ,t the foundation,of a ,
*religion ,thence found ha to'oae of : PU13IiI ; -
way- the West Iwreief breath NOTARY: "
..:Tor Without the belief of a Providence India Islands.\ On' hw arrinl tliit'Gacry i th is ;
although': des flower, ,. AI
I ,,-,:::'.

=+ "i '" ==r- ded,ainco ti.o incorporation ths| City.--j The following is the return election ,IlL JIntrUfnttrt. \ t.T t.
I T EN&UIRER.SOUTlFLORIDA. for Delegate to Congress so far ashavobecn Hftrrfnr
: In a short editorial notice,we called on the 1 ""
-- hoard POfrr OF KiY wi-si t.
.. mark
in Florida and elsewhere to
Igy'Vl:::;'I\ j I presses White. GaI.rlCIt. Ifyatt. :JvVffl//
: ,with their disapprobation, tins attempt at Leon ICO 224 ass 71 ARRtvrn-May 4-U. Slates Transport> '

SATURDAY JUN ft, 1833. .j tyranny. Jefferson 87 v "- 141 114 10 Schr. Motto, Armstrong, Tarrlpa bay j 5ch

We such Gadsden 109 149 7G fi Black Hawk, Glander, IIavnna.F: Holden ;
The want of and other propose now git e extracts
piper circumstnn1 Madison! 35 34 3R 5 Sloop Spy, Thompson, Reef, do; 7';a; Scbr. }
editorial notices of this affair have rea .
the of the as
I' ceshave I prevented appearance ] *
Hamilton 14 2 47. 5 Whale' Packer, Pensacola, 1 J FontanefcCo. ;
Enquirer for a few weeks past. We are ched iui& this remote little Isle. Actor
.; 0-Sloop Willse, Rccfj, molasses
happy now to present it again to our patrons The Pensacola Gazette, in a half serious ,Mid. Flor., 485 650 500 104 from thq wreck of Utig Lion, 1'. A.

before and half earnest manner blinks the question, Jackson 243 68 57 13 l 'Brilliant Packer
, with more auspicious prospects us Browne; Sloop do. do.
than have yet been presented. Considera and endeavors to throw ridicule on tl.e subject Washington Walton.4l 6 I 12 00 1 do.; Sloop} 'Sarah Isabella! ,Coombs,do.do.

Lie additions have been received to our sub- by heading his article Ie .YullfcatioaJ'/ Franklin 4;' 23 18 81 do.; Sloop Thistle, Fitch, do do. do.;

ecription list, and arrangements have been tIe also docs a palpable injustice by repre Escambia: 281 .' 10 5 1 Schr. Single Sailor, Bethel), do. do. do.;

entered into, which will ensure we trust, senting the Mayor and Aldermen of Key ._ _' a.... to-Schr. Olive Branch L'eihel, Reef, P.C. '
West Flor.; 685dl6 104 96 Grccno Florida
; 11-Schr. Stout| ma.
regularity in its publication.): We would West as throwing thcmselret on their mervcd ... ;
Columbia 6 ,8 s P, ; .94 31 terials'rom; the wreck of Brig Isabella, F. ''
bumbly solicit the friendly exertions of all rights> deeming thcmscltct the sole judres Alacbua 104 ,"; 5 :, 58 22 A. Browne Sloop Van Buren, Hoxic, N.

%t home or abroad in aid of our undertaking.Since of the mode and measure of redrew." This Nassau 11 .00. 00 10Diiyal Orleans: l\taslcfj 15-Schr. Orion,Sander-

I is not true in point of fact, nor is there anything 193. ,: 00 21 son Havana lY. ll Schr} John'Denison !
our last paper was issued, several St. Johns 178 .. ','5 ::5 0 Shaw; 17- ,
'wrecks have occurred on the Florida: 'Reef, in the Committee's report that can be Monroe C8 1400 1 Cold, Charleston: ,.Master;',24! ,

twisted into such a construction.. They r ,-', Sloop Brilliant, Packer, sugar from the
: and' wo regret' that the temporary suspension profess to refer the\ matter' 'to tlio laws, of,the East Flor. 560 34 157"911 wreck of Belgian Ship Jean Key, F. A. '
of our, labors:'should have occurred at a land Mid. Flor. 4R5 550 600 104 Browne Sloop Thtsllc
,and complain that constitutional rights ; hitch, dodo do.; f

time when they. might' possibly. have been of have been violated, in order to place them West Flor. ,685 116 104 96 Sloop Actor, Wlltsc, o. do. do; Sloop Sa:
nome service. -' rah Isabella,. Coombs, duo do. do Schr.
the mercy of an irresponsible Justice of ;
Total, 1730 700 761 296
On the 4th of May, the Brig Lion, of the The Editor of the Gazette if, '< Single Sailor, Bethel do do. do; Scht.

',Batb, Fulltngton, master, bound from Ma- peace. The I laws of the Legislative Council of Amelia, Fitzgerald do. do. do; Belgian

/ 'tanzas to Savannah with a cargo of MaIns we learn, a lawyer,:from whoso, critical.ac- Florida, in.pamphlet form, reached: this Island Ship Jean Key, Hdvana.do. do] ; 26-Schr.
cumen tho defects of the law repealing! our the 2d inst. .We have Caroline Bentlial Charleston, O. O'Hara
;-664,was totally lost on Pickle's reef. Thq' on hastily glanced ;
charter, might as well Lava been exposed, of these' 26-Schr. Florida 'Stout, from tho
the was saved anti at several latfs.: out havo not cargo
greater part of cargo as that the report and design of our. ty'of- wreck of tyTg' Philadelphia
( } P. C. Greene
brojglit here. -"x : had leisure to give the pamphfcl a thorough ?;
1 fivers !should havo been misrepres nted.Ij .- Schr. Pizarro, Western, dp. do. do Brig
examination.. ;
9th the Isabella of Bal=
On the
May, Brig
; d be copied the report tho Committee, Philadelphia, Scott?Jamaica, do. do; $chr.
Tho number of acts divorces
tore, from Norfolk bound to Ncw.drleanaVith granting Olivo Branch. Bethel) Nassau
his attempt ridicule would have been ,dQ.do;Schr.
: :Pine: wood and granting or extenuating incorporations,
onboard, ran upon Alligator 'harmless. Lucinda Westorvelf, St. MarksMaster ; ,
reef,and bilged ia half an ) ou('. Thai make up a. largo portion of the b9ok. It 27--Schr. Blacksmith, Robertsy .Nsiaau
,1,, We,have cast about fur a sufficient causefor ,
',riggingails, &c. were brought to this :, this and article seems our young, yet insolvent Territory, do ; 29-Schr., Caroline, Gciger', >ChrTea
Both of these cases have been decided{ "swashy" undignified has ,been extremely liberal in her guarantees from tho wreck of,Schr. Galaxy, P.J.: Fon-
and have found it we
think in this In tho
by the Court: of Artrriiralty-but there rep i to some of those incorporations. 'For tanb & Co.; 30-Brig Afgerine, Cqrpor,

mains unadjusted the following: < column! immediately below, he anWic.es instance, to'tho Bank of Fcnsacola", for:" New York, Master; :31-Schr. Hyder Ali,
)> The'Belgian Barque'Jean'Key, Captain*, a dinner to Goverpor Eaton and the sum of,$500,000, and to the Southern : Gould, Reef,.F. A. ,Browne; Juno3 531. '
ave also heard that several membersho Glander St. Marks
Spy, ,do.S.uttD1Iay .
Lite.Insurance and Trust Company" f r'a
Itaurds, bound to Antwerp from Havana, ,
Legislative'Council were also T 27-Rev. Cutter Washington
with(1820 boxes 6f sflgar 000 and in sum not exceeding $2,000,000. ;. -
( : segars ; satiola. ,.participating: in.tbo,festivities of 'thcse.arApretty'surua: to become endorser ,Randolph, on a cruise. ; I
somo Leawood-brouglin on Sunday May j 'occasion. It might in his CtEARfcD, =May 6U.States Transport
opinion, ,mar .
for, and.for these ttbe faith of the
24th. The cargo with the exception of good S br. Motto
onors that were given and received'by' ,Armstrong, Tampa -Bay; .9- +
4&.boxFslias,been landed in good order..j If people of this Territory is to be pledged Schr.'Black Hawk Holdcn, Havana; Master
r. ooii citizens of that place by glancing ;
the v>s leaked badly and her bottom i is i And for what 7 certainly not for purposes iq ; 6--Sloop Spy.'3Iander, Apalachicola,
rany errors of Legislation, while
so large
much injured.' 'Ja which the people of tho,, Territory have an fruit,Master; 9-Schr* Olive Branch, Bethel -
jjdrtion of tho Legislative wisdom of Fidirid -
"The Brig Philadelphia, Capt. Scott, of equal inte/ett! ,or an equal profit, but to:enable ?, Nassau: P. ,C. Greene; ,Schr,cjSingleSaJlo 4t

and Philadelphia from Kingston, Jamaica was present. But :we give his own'Words certain Banking' Incorporations: ,to #, Bethel, ,Reef; Master): 1 J-;$Joop

wifira,cargo'of" 'h6ds. .21 tierces and ,? ,hoping; if no better excuse can bo raise the wind,"or as the law has,it',;"!/o cna: Actor, Willsc, do. doSloop; ThistleFitch,

1G3 bbls. Sugar 123 hides $co. brought in found, lIe'will plead the,strength a &excel ble the ''aiTPci1tV to male! loant,.and ,dit- do. do; 'Sloop Van Buren, Hoxicj'Norfolk;
lence of tho wines, used at the said I5-Schr. F'orida Reef 'n
public Stout
on the 25th The ving.been counts beyofldtte amount of thtlrcapital')!1.11! ( ;
; May. cargo
\ dinner 1C-Sloop Brilliant Packer do do Schr.
put on I oard the wrecking eels in boats, We.quotethe! Very-words of the act; as re- Orion Sanderson ;
: Apalachicola ,fruit W.
Nullificalion.-Il/ seems from late '
Key ,
was,in. pact slightly damageai the dashing markable, .for Legislative} prudence and decency u. Shaw 25-Schr
y West Enquirer, that quite a bobbery hasbeen ; .'John Dcni ,on, Cold, ,
of s'aUwatcr.7 'Tho:76,8361 wilj\'bo..put in a kicked up there, among the municipal: ,as'for correct etymology Charleston, molasses, Master; 27-Schr.

staTe .to i :"ipt her proceeding 10 her port, authorities tne place, in consequence d f Governments have generally,looked, upon. Olivq Branchj Bethel, R crIutcr; 20Scbr. -

fr destination., ; the'passage of a late Law of tlio Legislative ,. : monied monopolies with jealousy.; but. owe : .:Florida, Stout, do., do1 Schr:. Pizar

'VTbo> Scbr.'Galaxy! of New' York, Capt inhabitants council repealing of the,the Island.act incorporating This( !law seems,tb Legislators Eayc! unbounded, conjidence in I ro, Western do. do, Schr. Lucinda, We*. ,

'Warren bound to Apalachicola from Havana : to'havo taken tbo muaicipalauthon'tiei'!al ,, the, honettyf integrity, andabilititt". ,of the tervelt, rBolas3esNow York, do; 23-Sdir. ;

with a cargo of,863 bags Coffee, Segars! aback." Among its provisions is' hoc, re corporators,,acid endorse their paper to give Amelia; Robert; Reef Jo.J; $:.iSchr.

and fruit, having sprung,a'.leak in the Gulf quiring under a penalty of fifty dollars, that it currency. We do not believe the people Willie/ Sawyer, molasses' and lugar, N. Y;
all moneys collected as taxes, shall be paid .31-rSIoop) Brilliant, Packer,Reef Master
at ,
was run ashore at the Tortugas on 25th largo will.sanctiopsuch! legislation certain ;
Mayj 'over' to tho Justices of the peace. The Sloop Thistle, Fitcb.ilo.do:
Sloop Actor.
:oo bags of Coffee, sails, rigging, &c. wordea'vcd LMaYo'r and/. Aldermen,1>elicving this.part ofth'e wo are, our,legisl'ators.wore.chosen, for Wilke,do,do; ,8chrk Single;Sailor,'Bethel) \v

by,the Schr. Caroline, Sloop Lore Jo j hti -ibe ez potfaclo,.have, in solenaa'eriibl ; n no such purpose. In ,other places monied do. do; Juno 2-Schr. Blacksmith 'Filz-, x

and the,Light o1:1so..boat.. A greater,pfo4 ,'ri; etved< (tigbts.!'thrown" Deeming themselves themselves. upon their institutions give to the States largo sums asa gerald St.M rk!,do;' chr. Cat'roli' 1o, ;Ge ;

portion the cargo it is understood might eoletijiSdges of the mode and measure, of bonus for a charter,. but oar legislators, get, Tortugas do;' 3-- tJ ',J1,4,r'"Ali,

have: been,saved had,the vessels :arrived at 1 red ss;'* they appeal to Congress, to annul ,. liu'aekcliarters' liberal not poly give those Gould, moasscsNew! York': ',do; 4rS1oo ;

tbe wreck a few hours''sooner.v the'laW; while in 'a spirited editorial article but also pledge the (faith. Sarah Isabella l Coombs, ,. Reef,.do';'G-:-II .

the presses of tho Territory are called uponto and credit of'future generations to give, Spy Glandef, do. do.,, f t tG

.We 0 i ..understand 1 that iccived letters. have been re* raise their voices and cry* aloud.agarustsuch them credit. We hope Congress will inter' .. ,1 .. t .

; in.town the.last week from Dr. Hen oppression." '. lter "l1oetri!. (, .'
and save and tirom.the'
pose us our p
The; Now Orleans Bulletin copies : I j .
ry Perrine, our late Consul at Carnpeacby theact .
of the effects ofthIs, wildaaddc+pgruelegislatiun,.' ...JJ r6it Tal c: 'ttsrQelstA.
Legislative Council :nil-'tho ,i
making the -
some enquiries! as ,
Jo temperature rep 't he,above.are grave add serious: matters, Tq.2.*..; I. .,f
of ,the weather duringtbe, last winter of Committee. in full,'like a faithful" Sn-- but .the ,volume abundance of matter for' Her.eyo: scorn of all quoquetisli art;'

along the Southern .shores' of,the Florida tinel!, and,(hen remarks"Worths ? ,*- ridicule" if it be not : Qrightfy} beams, an index o her'mindf ,- i

Peninsula, preparatory' fo his forming a de- repeal of the Charter is not tbe itselT.theridiculous.' ] lq,0.V. ,'/",varying glance her generous,! heart
'termi atiot1' respecting the eVablish'mentin only oppressive i ,act.in this ,singular instrument. <.. ....ForJastance find in the'journal thcTfol- ,Betraysadlwtlanguegenoble and..refloed.The '
It enacts that all the ,money which lowing amusing i Resolution i which; has not, '"
this vickity of a'l large .acclimating! nursery his been collected by rjie Mayor> and Alder- bcen'>admitted to place in the book-the ,' : mountain torrent, boucdiogr. light. 'aqd
fur tropical plant" It is doubtless men since treason free, '
e the incorporation the City'; shall :
perhaps! i is,sufficiently I Cbyiou-Jt is
Or .
already welfknonrn. ? to,many of our readers be:returned and paid over into other lands tbii '"Jlttalved the,Governor belly in every sunny fay, .
by and
i 'Legltlative rushing
that Dr.Perriae has, formany taken designated by the Council. Such f is the1 j onwards the tee;
yean, literal cpnstruction of tbe'words'of this aster. Council of Florida, {That.Jamej ltd!t Npw+ gliding softly, on.its noiseless way .-. '
active means to eptiCh Qur country by tbintroduction >s Themoney hitherto collected be Is not Dora.c.bangeuJ than herlaugbingeye
has been expended and he hereby permitted to call .hit !i-
intoJt of such valuable trees; by the Corporation for public improement.'and tote I Erafbeautitbl and clasr. at.um 1er'. sunny '
in Dutal, County in Eat? Florida. LaGrange !
and to sky s- t
vegetable productions comply with the
from tropical
requisitions '
regions'as'tveredeemed of this1 act,the members must restore I .Hall,and that hereafter,/aeaid eitatebe.knownbythe 'dt ;' l
i be, out of their private pockets the amount of" ; name .aforetaid"HAfter\ She is not beautiful, but case>and geed

easily assimilated our climate, and it has the surd so expended by themVu ever 'such specimen sin tbu, there can be no ex- Iq every.thought she titters seem combined .

been a favorite plan tt,establish.gomewbcreupon anyactxo wicked, so tyrannical, And whenshespeaksbersweetpy4sire
so unconstitutkmal travagancVin'tho.members unanunouily re-, .
? ftce "' V .
the.Florida coast a nursery of some so absurd and ridiculous T Wi c. solriagthstibQir *
ked because it interferes with ; pay should.be/re>rt doUat.rdal.in.lt'ad'of.tlt s Proclaims:; 'dfeiiffy cf
extent whcrejhe plants of Mexico,Central pri mind ,. ,,.. .
ute rights, and wrests property tt'o" in forwarding-' : ,'
America, and of the West Indies,might b e from its possessors; tyrannical, because their'ttrlQnlntOllJOpltliOA'tot60ljelegrte.( And Midas like,'o( whom"the (fable's told.

,first cultivated. .with,fi, view of their being cororJiance. with, the terms of the act are' I All themes by her!discussed, are turned to
Late pap ,
'rnoo widely ated.lhou1d it be found reqUqwimder heavy penalties,with no op'* .friends{; state,tbat*tho hopes< of;:oor 80141 '" '" lit ERI. !'Jh.A.Aba //'''-'

,.practicable, ;,. portanity for appeal allowed; unconstitutional at St.Augustine had been considerably : :' IQ(''W.ha" eVaieWbilatrlckcn 1 I .

,Although,the last printer was because it passes an ex post facto reviveS by Reappearance of buds.aq I Ilesiiei' \
so extremely with"yesrykeA .
severe' throughout the country' we;have w law,C b\wero punisbiog legal acts before done its prior passage toils f passage absurd, upop qaanjf; jof,their orange ,treesvr6ich"tbey.jr grad with no'of |he maiden .Ist f>ood,

not beard of frost south of Tampa ,Bay, and( beca.ushe act cannot be; sustained fatridiculous.for >!Iagjuedtadalld/ falle'n victimt abut could riot muster .courage. enough to

at Key ''West. the mercury descended 'no the eminent stupidity it displays ,to Jbe.severe cold of...February last I 'pop tho q cs lo1.t One nprnw* Jio warn

lower than to the 45th degree of Fahrenheit* concerning the rights and power The New.Y rJC Courier 2k ErTqu3ret hasAppeared i resolved to',make tne< att inpt.. .1/e ',! cot- i

there1 is, therefore, nothing in tbe climate4o the enacting authority." the largest shef t printed i iatoe; 'diJi 'lio'iiae, knocked 4l the i ts
The Jacksonville Courier, after quojinj' Glutei We J _, da4'hialorely DulcJnia made Aq
prevent the fulfilment 'of r.Perrine' Stajes. .dq not :understand jn ri ; her appearance.
views s the concluding put of the! Committeesreport what; ,.manner it can be 'arranged ;to be-. .. Alters mutual nod: the'followtingjacoflie -
,and we hope that the rrpuisitgqusiit '
; says-* read'the most convenient d/slygue/ ensuedDo'
; however we you
and quantity of lasd be found suspect'the -
may furs "As faras.this is want to change yoiir cohditiofit1 'No.vNor
case concerned
,we Laveno design of Its Edifof ts
object leading so directly to the benefit 'of, means of judging of, the cause which oc* tyaf itshould_be i read. butinerplyAftia\ npt principal'y .-.. I neither! :And, .turning abouf out ,
Honda and the country. in general. ItJaUU/ caa!ioned the passage of tbe law ; but we ,, : bachelor concluded ,the conversation with
-, believe it is not common to figitlatqi money 9 pupp4;te tie ladies frith.K/gfi'fl! pattern} 'Thank Heaven\t'Tre got that load cffii

The abolition of the,Charter of Key rrtd cut of tbepockets; of municipal ofcessrbiciztbey'bare'preriouslyexpendCdio .V.yI 'Q T U stomach.! -
: IATES- ,tI .;,
# i f % ** r +* I 4 '
Mdthepwdihment'oftielate> memlen of,thCorporation.yin ; ; anofSciancapacity Iu= '
r oCatholietr'riathe"Unit't tf Mttai
for the benefit of those who IBEX> on> oiai*.-WhM the
the ::'Enquirer 'of the 4t\ .Come withui the limits of their jurisdiction?' 99 it.. uxiputed: at6OO,000r or A 28lh President visited toweU, 'ncirspapcrsi
April, we published tilt spirited of patt of putapuhitiogl slid 'Ca/vfnutlc I Informed
report The conmit between'the New Orleans> ua that ,thq .tap\ltJ t poured forth
: .
the Committee ,.f'.ir.late Aldennen llslliet at'2t743jb2 jlletbod t. Mc } .
; reef and the PeBfecola Editors, .will' be sui* ( 'thifHr't.t... Of ftkl to,reca.e him.:> We

'.pecqnC.the Jair repeaiing the'City Ctaj t r,; ';ciently obvious,+without} iny comments. rom Ius. ," pi1, (1f1OfJO ; Yt ter r.&.. J., _,....., bi tot ia-
"n Rn **roridiap lt 1 1.1 J .l'ft1"1.' rittee.... 10 s .....
of'Corporation,, unless they; tia o'oC the jaws as to its.sinister and vutd c* B ; :fOOJMI.. ,, 'It f tii@gOp. 1 0' to repels the IAcc,_ .....
would .D4 IP.It"J1" ne "
pay over to'a Justice srttHrpealea.n: '' we wriltal In doobte .. 1 e.
tiff application to the pockeu of the || efbAt Ecit
(be stem } twtlllX At t eM llt-'tMB i.z. -.a+ tbb&3 _tt tel
tea tkt bate bees tamed\ ; ttKpenj bets of ..... 8t''aw J "; -r 8" ,
.. j our tate Corporation < | .tF ; -IOItfo 1th \;<<.

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to I to the writer of the best essay (not exceeding 'Desiring Political Intriguers,who are mca
,:: J I our productions shall be +acceptable community, .o i 20 pages octavo) on the advantages to of principle in proportion to their interest, \
readers,and approved by of the diffusion of columns of the
PARLEY'S takes no part in the community general Several Gazette will be
'i i general. The Amaranth
Com and.in medical knowledge The essays are to be appropriated to Essays of a moral and .
Circular to Parenti,Teach nSchoot tue discussied of religion or politics, miscellaneous
mittees, and all wbo feel an interest in the adhering to this rule,we have excluded.many directed, post paid, to the editor, in all. of character, under the'le3d o fie
Improvement of ytuth.IT articles tool columns- Tbe same regulation June next. Reading for Saturday Evening.1
The award of the premium will depend
is not quite a'yearsince Parley's W ff- will be fcontiniicd,although elegance the decision of sevcial eminent phys The publishers are fully aware of the
commenced during that short and sometimes re upon their J
was power poignancy) may icians. difficulty of undertaking, but place
period the number'subscribers have increased ceive a denial. The work is now permanently the
-Editors and others great on liberality
postmasters are
{ ,
received its
Jo $P,000 and the work has established, although at commencement '
a unqualified those who respectfully invited to act as agents. Any believe tint a diligent attention to.business
the most ap- probably
probation., everywhere"It has, found its way to b09s. presaged duration were to be but like Jonahs person who remits ten dollars: will hare ten and &zealous effort to serve the public,willsecure

.ands of families, and while it has: entered; gourd. It has been patronised by those copies dollar forwarded will have him.eight. Persons numbers remittingone nt.- to themselves a liberal share of pat.

"t'be'eociat circle, its unobtrusive lessons whom we should feel proud to name, were communications se nonage

i. 4't have,we trust,often bad a salutary IOfluonce we permitted,and of whose continued kindness to All the distant editor, No. Cortlandt to be street addressed, New The? City of Tallahassee being located
; !> on tbe juvenile mind and heart. It and attention we have assurance. in the centre of Florida and
York and must be subscribers surrounded
IJ i :; has also found its way to the school room ;. The columns of the Amaranth embrace ,( post paid Yearly ) natural advantages
have cheered from of to commence o.1. by many! possessing in
of been &c. the'pens
and classes pupils original tales, essays,
: twice a month by the welcome voice of well known and distinguished -writers, and ***The editor has great pleasure in being a. given space .around its centre, a larger

' tbe teacher bidding them to lay aside, for a we intend hereafter, to pay forsucharticlesas j able to announce the approbation of many population than that of any other portionof

r tow da>s, the class book which they have shall be acceptable, from those whose eminent medical gentlemen to the plan of the Territory within the same limits,has

.'.' -' ,"oad'over and over, perhaps twenty times, communications: will add interest to any this publicationTO but one weekly newspaper. In additionto i

>" and read the pages of Parley's Magazine.The .- work extant. 'We are aware'it will put us this there are many valuable sections of
.' demand for the work be used in but resolved to do THE PUBLIC .
to to much expense, wo are country, which we.,doubt not, will soon be
i .schools, is rapidly increasing. every thing in our power to render the work IT is now about forty years,since the late brought into cultivation, should the
I Encouraged,by such unexampled success, worthy a liberal support} and the only way Samuel Lee, of Windbam, Conn., present
have to render it the of the publicis prices of the,great staple of the country bo
the publishers ,resolved to receive encouragement (now deceased,)began to furnish tho public
: 'still morn worthy of so liberal a patronage; to pay for well written articles. We makeno with his celebrated "Lee'Yindham Bilious maintained;- which must considerably aug

and not to remit their exertions till they see pretensions to.a superiority over other Pill,"or Family Physic. Through the ment the population of the Territory.From .

j 4 it'introduced+ into families and schools, literary: works; we have no hired editorsto I agency ,of Dr Isaac Thompson, of New the considerations stated< above,

i i 1.' the whole length and breadth of puff us into notice,nor do we send forth a London, Gonn., these much esteemed Bilious I we have no hesitation in believing that we

r the United States. longwinded prospectus,to trumpet our own Pills,or Family Physic,have continued may with confidence, rely for complete
1 In this view they have secured new aid I literary consequence, and; promising,to out- ever since they were made known to tbe of tbe "
in the editorial department. The late cdi- do all others. No,our journal can speakifor: public, to give general satisfaction to those success' our undertaking on supportof

t ., tor of the Juvenile Rambler,who in.addi- itself, and we wish for: no one to subscribe, who have made use of them, when obtained a generous public.CONDITIONS. .
t, "' tion' to his qualifications as a ,writer for the unless he thinks it deserving of patronage. genuine} but it is unfortunate for the public, .The Tallahassee Gazette

; ,, ung;'has the advantage of many years ext Nothing is admitted into the paper which as well as to the proprietor of this celebrated ,and General .Advertiser11 will be published

t :. perience as a teacher, will henceforth. assist does not possess merit : album poetry (t) medicine, that these ,Pills have ofter been on a super royal sheet, at four dollars per

in conducting it. and communications lipoD dry and hackoied counterfeited,and many,families have bad a annum payable in advance or on deliveryof
We propose to present in the progress of subjects unless 9Cth first order,.are article
) very spurious put upon them, when they the'first dumber. Four dollars and fifty :
I such volume, a great variety of interesting entirely excluded. The selections are made supposed they had obtained the genuine '
topic ,* which arc the following from the and American cents if paid alter tlie expiration of six
1 important moDg very best Foreign : article; and it is a lamentable fact, that
months, or five dollars if paid at the close ,
: Periodicals;with which the Editor are regularly some few Druggists' will purchase the
'*.' Natural'History,of beasts, birds, fishes supplied,and;every'thing of interest article,(knowing them tobe such,)spurious and of the year

reptiles, insects, plants, flowers, trees,. and importance will .place in its columns. sell them as the genuine article, e JVo subscription will be received for a less

I the. human frame,&c. In noticing new publications, we paltry gain of two or three dollars I] term than.one year, and the paper will not
II. Biography ; especially forte young.I have, and shall continue to take an independent groce they purchase. The propri C be discontinued without orders until all arrearages .
.1 I till Geography; accounts places,manners course ; we shall ot be governed by this valuable medicine considers it hiijd. T are ,
customs&c. bribery, but ,make our remarks devoid of' to the public to be at great cxpj number
very e The first' will be issued
j.l -7r1V. Travels; and Voyages ; jo various fear,or the hope of faror. The drama shall in advertising very extensively in then during
,'i parts of the world. not be altogether neglected, but receive papers of the different States,to guard the ensuing summer or early in the fall.-
V..Lin!,descriptions of the curiosities share ofDotfce';the musical department alto against being longer imposed Communications addressed to the publish.
a IJ] ,of 'nature and art ; in each of the United will command a share of attention. ing counterfeit Leos upon Pi byW" era must be post,paid.
"States' ,and in other countries. The,work:ig embellished occasionally with upon them, when they ask for the g e1 JOHN BALDWIN.
J VI..Lessons on objects that daily surround engravings executed in the belt annerand article. In order that the DAVID SHEFFER.
) ,children in the parlor, nursery, gar. music with accompaniments forthe.Piano be protected from such community y
gross imposition, Tallahassee April .
.4ei&d: Accounts of trades and employments Forte, flute, &c The terms, to city sub tbe subscriber (now proprietor of ,trees ,

.scribers, one dollar and fifty cents, in ad- celebrated Pills) signs his name at full NATIONAL WORK.
6 VII. Particular duties of the young; \o' vanceor two dollars at the end of six months. length, Isaac Thompson"on red AivnmiCA rffAGAZiNi
': parents,,teachers; brothers,sisters, &c. As our, countrpr.subscrjberSj' :will be taxed that is on the outsine a ,
envelope, will be Of useful and
f 'VIII. Bible lessons and stories.i' Entertaining Knowkdgetto
postage on their we shaD but
papers round around each box of the
genuine Lee's
; .'IX.,N Narratives ;' such as are well-authenticated one dollar,if always { in advance{'Otherwise (Windham) Bilious Pills, or Family Physic, be illustrated by'nt merges Engravings.BY .
original tales. : theywill be'charged the usual If purchasers will only be particular td mE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY. I I.

X.: Parables fables,and proverb's,where tion. These regulations will be strict inquire for Thompson's Lee's Pills,and be The success which has attended the pub.
I the morals obvious and excellent. adhered to. careful to observe that bis
; name 'at full lication of the best from the
to the No subscriptions received at a distance, length signed on the red label, around
XI.' adapted
Poetry ; youthful capacity -
( from unless English Press, has led to preparations for .
except agents'
'and feelings. accompanied each box, in bis own hand writing they
with the payment for one year in advance be of issuing a periodical more particularly adap
t _r -XIU.Intelligence j embracing accounts' ; will sure obtainingibe genuine article. j
Juvenile books,societies, andremarkkble ,An edition of the paper is published at East The above mentioned Fills may be bad of ted to the wants and taste of' the American
i I \, occurrences. Bridgewater t Mass.;where all communica I most of.the respectable Druggists throughout ,public. While it wilJ.be the object oftjA-
i I i-I Many of these subjects will be illustrated, tionsjici;,must' be'addressed, to George,H. the United' States, and of the subscriber : proprietors to make the ,work strictly what. (
l ( II Brown,post paid, or they will remain dead (proprietor ) at New London I j
I by numerouVand beautifttl en ; Connect its title indicates, it will, nevertheless, contain !
in.the f1fice.We
are obliged to this !
.i pared bf the best artists;and lelected""i'rh,, rule,as our, baabecome adopt ticut. ISAAC THOMPSON. all articles of interest to its patrons,
postage a heavy tax
f a view not onli:,I "adorn' the work, but |to us. which appear in foreign Magazines.
improve the taste, cultivate the mind, and upon" 03-TO THE PRINTERS IN THE U. S. Extensive
"The next--volume of the Amaranthwill The imposition the public in preparations have been enter.
raise)ttbft affections of the youth to appropriate -: upon coun
and worthy obj ct.Ye would be'issued weekly $4 per annum,' Ctb'e terfeiting the above Pills, which whengen ed into, both with artists and Authors, to

.:I make them better children,better brothers, size and style of the New-York Mirrorand uine have been so fully tested for forty 'furnish, from all parts of the Union, draw.

.i S belter sisters,*better pupils, better.associ- those of)subscribers who wish to have years,-that the proprietor calls upon Printers ings and :illustrations of every subject of

y'rates'andlri the'end, better citizens. the paper,.;will please' notify,, MS,before the throughout the Union to warn the interest, which (the publishers confidently

i, { 'We bet the /riends .education, espe- 'expiration of the.volume. A semimonthly .public, by Inserting the above advertise believe will enable them to issue a work

q c / daily parents nd teachers. to view the edition will also bo' continued as usual. ,. ,at ment'afew times in their papers, which' honorable to its title and acceptable to the I
,f v-jnitter'id this light. Let children1 look up1on fl,50. :' will greatly benefit their subscribers, and American
iq! the pictures, natal pictures merely ;' ft :Our exchange list'bas- increased to I they cannot 'give them more important People. j

but lat'them be taught to study them. What such,an extent, that we are obliged to erase 'information than by inserting the advertisement The American Magazine is published I

can be more'rich valuable materials for instructive ,many. ,valuable ,papers .from cur list, and authorize who cannot afford to'do' monthly-each containing between
lessons than a good engraving! much against our ,Inclination;, however, to this .ate to receive one dollar forty and fifty imperial octavo pages,at Two ;

....tAl\ertbis brief explanation of our principles those:who*have, and still continue to'pub from,me,,j or ,any one of my agents;. they Dollars per annum,payable in advance.It .

and purposes'>> ,,we. 'ask the co-operation lush i our prospectus shall feel in duty sending to me. or said agent, a ..paper comprises-Portraits and Biographical

ofaU: ;
aid influence in this *work fellowship.. ;
us by your great v
f,,.the formation of mind and character the.mtDC *' Nov: '1st.1834. PROSPECTUS OF THE Views of Public Buildings,.Monuments,
genciation Will assist all in' : :: .TALlAttiSSEE & and improvements; Landscape scenery-
,kj. you us i 'CHEAP ; : GAZETTE GENERAL AD-
introduce! ,;yAi.tr ABLE,+NDEITWISTINQ wosk the boundless varietyand beauty of which,

:"; to4g1erieanscbpolsparlorsabd firesides, I The Family Physician and Gazette.of, HitmdnlAfe. The VJSRZISEB. in this country, wlll 'form an unceasing

the stories and lessons of Parley's Magazinel I undersigned propose (o publish in source of instruction and gratification En-
,-.Every.single number tbe new. volume I Being s Library Health and Hygeniej''aDd the City of Tallahassee Florida,'ai I weekly gravings and descriptions of the character,
tfiU bore a.strong paper cover,' :abundantly of Popular' and GeDeral"M'edical'Kno1ldge I n newspaper entitled the ",Tallahcusee Gazette habits &c. of Beasts and
??,.sufficient to preserve the work in good order.* rendered,familiar to every 1 and Geeeral Adctrt ler." Its columns Birds Fishes, I

., '.,for bioding.and'for.usein schools. individual\embracingevety subject connected will be devoted Politics, Internal'Improvements insects,together with every subject connec I
4 Thq J.eadt..ublctJ iptioo being one dollar with the:prevention, treatment, ,and General Intelligence' t ted with the Geography, History, Natural

our friends will perceive the impracticability 'and cure;of diseases-the qualities, of prising the news of the ,coin and artificial resources uf the country, illustrated j
day both
of keeping openso many thousand ac. medicines--their ood and ill effects on 'iJomestic.In Foreignand ia a_ familiar and popular manner.BOSTONIIEWICK .
covets It is,.'therefore indispensable that, health-the Ingredients of secret 'or patent CO.

.!, : .vte should :require payment always. ad- medicines -the true principles of eat accordanbe with custom,tbe publish, No. 47 Court Street.1 1OirEditors
t lance, f log and drinking, or eating and drinking .. ,era will proceed in a very brief manner, to
WI,' Two nnmbejrs more will close the first to live-domesuc' cook ry..ehemittrysad lay before the public an analysis of the plan of Newspapers throughoutthe

) vTearpnd; .we,now give notice that all who sir great variety of curioos, ,'valuable, on Mhich the Gazette will be conducted. United State, wJO"vill[ publish the

,. continue the Magazine;may signikfv -. ,and interestiog knowledge,of the highest They 'Vill endeovor etendily"to foregoing Prospectus: ; and notice the contents

their? intention by a seasonable.advance. .importance,to,;all' ,and hitherto i hidden view the landmarks of.the Cons keep}in ofthe Magazine from' time to time,
.: I f.for,the sacond,jear.( tfHJf 'from the mare of mankind. the United States .lli.ution'' shall be entitled to the first"volume.

,1 any of the. subscribers should not receive ." ,Contributed toby'a number ,of practising steer their! Ly !which thej,Jfiipe to Any person"remitting the Agent 11D2J! ,
all the,,'numbers Pnysicians. moderation
,they.can request Ten Dollars shall receive six
C' 'Jbb.o.P."tmuterto notify us of such as..ale The object of thi*work is to present every and Jirmness.will be our;motto, we will be post paid, ,
1'' AIazafnwg'andtheyhall be sent again. free fJ f sub set connected with,diseases and v16. slow to brand :with heresy, those politicians copies for one )ear-and continued as long

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