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Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 13, 1835
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
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System ID: UF00049046:00031

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jjjjENLR'E; already well known to their
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11II. Wo do the
'4 not parade names,as is the fashion -
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Ptibfished'every' at. FIVE,DOLL ; of
Saturday, some; but wo confidently'appeal to
S nfll1..m. : .c 1 I the experience of tho past year affording y
inserted, at the rate. of : ,
ADfERTIIEMENTIt an earnest of our zealous-untiring,and wo
pollar and Fifty Cents per square, fortheritiaselrtioiii'and
Seventy-Five Cenls ..QUI..a. trust not altogether unsucCoSfCJl..exertionsto
render the d
for each subsequent'continuance. All Advertisement literary character of the New
*will be continued until otherwise Yorker inferior to that of no journal of its

ordered, None will be considered e-- ; ,'" -\i:4bitcb ...wreawr class in this country -

less than a square aub DulJ1(flht.l ,tg & SKUiuaouKKt II. Political Intelligence.-In, this del
No"tI'ubsCflpti.on' will be discontinuedttmlcssattbco ( partmcnt alone docs the New-Yorker ptc''

lioopf the dltortuntilalal! ; >1.f. i. KKt WEST, SATIJRDAT-, JUNE 13, IBM. .1.0. 31, I sent an anomaly in tho history of the newspaper ->
are fcaid. .
arrears \ press of the Union. Our plan em
All letters to the Editor on .business, continuing braces the collection of i
must be Post.Paid: :before.lie receives his branch pay five dollars purpose of said business, and for item every important
,; .L- ____ .L- \ .. ', for the use of the county, and, one the convenience: of(their friends and pat its of political intelligence-whatever: bo
For' The'informartdn Mariners generally, dollar to the clerk who shall also furnish rons,have removed their establishment to a character and bearing-in the 'languageof
we have procured from the Collector the arch Pilot \viththo rules and more central part of the city.; As it is their historical record, and ,with tho strictest,
following schedule of the situation of tho appoitned intention to keep on hand a good assortment regard to tho preservation of an unquea t
Light Houses along the Florida' shore, regulations established by the court' in of the best type, and to make such additionsand tioned neutrality between the contending '
tinder his superintenco. I relation to Pilots and Pilotage; and' every improvements as the taste of the trade parties, opinions and sectional division:
CAPE FIIORIDALtGTtT.-Statioriarr Pilot shall: give bond with 2 or more good and tho wants of the country require; they existing in $Ihe country. The Editor refers

-Situated on the South side of Key Bis- and sufficient securities to be approvedby flatter themselves that this cstablishmept with a proud satisfaction to tho fact that f '
carne, about 400 yards from the beach. the court, in tile) sum of ono thousand will merit a large share of patronage. They throughout the ,
'fhe"Light may be considered 70 feet above dollars, to the Governor of the Terrtory, have now: several fonts on hand, which can past year, he has presenteda
minute and t
circumstantial
thalevel of tbe sea, distant from the ,gulf be turnisbcd at a few hours notice and are acconnt of all '
and his in office for the faithful
stream about miles. Vessels drawing 10 snccssnrs prepared to make fonts ot all weights and the elections which have taken place in the,> ,
feet approach within 21.2 miles of the performance of his duties as a Pilot, which sizes, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, includinga several States,during an eminently ardent
may
light Lat.!25 47 N-Long. 80 42 W."LIGHT bond shall be recovered in any court of great variety of Ornamental Letter.- and excited canvass,without once incurring,.
SHIP FLORIDA-Is situatedon competent jurisdiction, at the first term Their as ormentorCut9 and Dashes, Crass the censure or even the exception of Any
Carvsford's Reef, near the site of the after the bond shall bo sued for, and all Rule, and other ornaments! will be found to political journal. And, while ho reserves ,

old one,in Lat. 25' 08 N.-Long. 80 27 W. Pilots in this county shall renew their be very extensive, of which specimens will to himself the fight of commenting briefly
as two distinct be forwarded Printers as soon as theycan
distinguished
branches
It is easily I once a year. but freely on.the topics of the day and of, ,
be ,
which be prepared.
Hghtsnre shown, .can !generally; Passed February 7lh 1835.
seen at the distance, of 12 miles! Its obJect Printing Presses of every description, offering such $suggestions the aspects of
is to warn vessels from the dangerous Approved February 14th, 1835. .Printing Ink of.the most approved qualities, the times may seem |to require,lie yet holds,t ,
rocks'and shoals near which it is placed. R E. WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR, Composing Sticks, Brass Gallcs, Imposing himself pledged.that such remarks shall not.
KEY WEST LIGHT-Stands on the ESPECTFULLY Inform the Printersof Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, interfere, in any, material,degree, with the i
8. West Point of the Island of Key West, the United States, to whom 'they have StandingPresses, Furniture, together witha views, the doctrines or the prospects>of any!) r
is in Lat. 2433 1-2 N.-Long.81 52 1-2 long been individually known as established complete assortment of all articles used political He cherishes
W. ; erected for the purpose of guiding vessels Letter Founders, that they have now formed in a Printing Office,will be kept constantlyon party. thecon&dents, j : I
expectation that: tho files.of.the New-Yak,
when entering the harbor ; the direc a co-partncr&hip in said business, and hand, f'l
lions for which are as follows : Bring the hope from their united skill and experience, Small fonts, suitable for Book-binders, ker will hereafter bo referred to for the truth r j 'i'
lio-htto,bear N. N. W. and the Sand Key to be'able to give full satisfaction to all who in great variety,* rimy be had when called of any, controverted statement regarding '., "
Light to'bear W. S. W. and you cross the naj; favor them with orders., for' the results of elections, &c. &c. since ,ita 'r
about water for' in Orders from all parts of the Union will be establishment with mutual deference ,
Reef in fathoms ; run Key ,I.. The introduction of machinery place and, r ,\
West Light until within two miles, then of the tedious and unhealthy practice of promptly and moat carefully attended to, with entire conviction of absolute certainty. '
" steer N. W. until you open Fleeming's Key casting type by hand.Ionga desideratum by and particularly in supplying SORTS for all III. General IntcttigwcerrGonshtiag of t' I
-which is a Mangrove Island in the northern European and American Founders,was, fonts furnished by;their predecessors, Bin Foreign and Domestic News,Literary Items \l'
part of the harbor, and then run for it. by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure ny & Ronaldon? and Richard Ronaldson. Statistics Brief .'
Notices pf Drama
the &c.
The best anchorage is in the upper part of of time and money, o'n the part of our Stereotypingin all its branches executedby ,
the harbor. Height of tho Light House senior partner,first successfully accomplished. L. Johnson,as heretofore. However it may be the! fortune of,other i

from the level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches., Extensive use of the machine.cast letter JOHNSON & SMITH.No. to obtain the confidence, and patronage of<
Light Stationary. has fully tested and established its superiority 0, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. the public,,on .tbo,credit of,prospective im?
SAND KEY LIGHT-Revolving once in every,particular, over that, cast 0 t 7Publishers of Newspapers who insert movements and future excellence, the pub
in 54 secondst It is the best light on the by the old process. this advertisement, .and forward apaper i ushers are content to,rest their claims |oi
coast S. ,W by S. from Key West Light. containing toJ;.& S. will entitled. te
; The Letter Foundry business will here- public consideration, distinctly! on ..whatt
Lat. 24 26 N-Long' .81 57 VV., situated after be carried on by the pal ties, 'before ;$3, payable in,settlement of their accounts they,have already accorcplishcdand -
when their bills amount to not less than 10. rapedfully ;
the Reef. The Light 70 feet $
directly on named under the firm While,Hagar& o.
invito tho
above the sea.TORTUGAS. series I J. &, a. i patrons of American,litora?,
Their specimen exhibits complete turn to examine their journal and
I judge
LIGHT-Stationary-on, i
from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book
one of the Dry Tortngas Islands, near the i and' News type being in the most modern PROPOSALS, :, what it irillbc from what it i,. ." .
western extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 and ,When it is considered that no periodical,
light
31 N -Long. 83 10 W. style. ,IFOR PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST, : of like character for originality variety
White & for the
Hagar Co. arc agents'
1 sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press A NEWSPAPERTo of literary contents, comprehensiveness> offplan

LIGHT HOUSE AT THE MOUTH OF I es, which they can furnish 19 their custom BE. ENTITLED TRKEY ,and the amount ,of matter, weekly pre;
ST. JOHN'S RIVER. I ers at the manufacturer's, prices. Chases sented, has ,ever been attempted) in.ihUb J
& A now light house has recently been Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every WESTSNQUIRCR. country at a less price than three to live

erected at the mouth of,tho St. Johns River article used in the Printing Business, kept I dollars per annum, the publisher{rust,they,
E. F. which was illumined, for the first, for sale,and furnished on the r.hortest'no THE UNDERSIGNED, begs leave re- will'not ho deemed presqmptgous. lit c*-,
t time, on the 18th Dec. last.. tice. Old type,taken'exchange, for hew, ) to offer prepositions to this pressing the,hope-that their Journal.will attract
i "We have been politely furnished; by an' at 9 cents per pound. enlightened public,,.to publish a weekly the attention if h..hould.
oven ,
intelligent ship master, with tbe following N. B. Newspaper Proprietors who give ;newspaper under the above title. It, shall' the favor of the of potBccuro
directions and bearings- the above three insertions, will be entitled be principally devoted to Commercial Intelligence / patrons Arner ..
11 Bring the light house, to tear S. by W. : to Five Dollars, such articles as they may party controversy shall be entirely can literature. H. GREELEY half W.in four fathoms waterand make for select from our specimen.New excluded CO DITI0N8.

it. This will carry a, vessel drawing 8 or York 1835_ The undersigned ia,fully awaro of the The' NEw-YonxEn will, be published et, t \'

9 feet, safely in at high water. Continue I RUCES NEW YORK TYPE FOUNDRY. difficulty of the task he is about to: undertake cry Saturday morningoa &11, large, imperial tJS
B' .
for the light, until have 4 sheet of, the best '
your course you. .-The subscribers respectfully and in quality, Rind; afforded toy f' r
fathoms, and hays up N.' W. by W. for the inform the printers,that they have recently consideration, of his want of patrons in city or country, at, !-VO JJQL t ,
has obtained the P PI
mouth of the river., If the large house on completed a variety of new fonts of letterin experience, polite offer of LABS per annum payabUt ia advance.
the starboard: side of the river can be seen the style of the latest European specimens assistance from friends, whoso age and I I The experience of the S Il'l
over the north point of the beach, bring to ,well calculated for ornamental printing qualifications render them competent to I past year
bear S. W. by W half W. and run for, it until or sasteful display,and :making an' as- the task. For,his, own part, he pledges es distant us tq regard the advance, payment l

you get the above bearing of the light tortment Printing Types unrivalled in himself ,that, sor, far ,as his health and eubecrihersas an;indispensable I
then run for it as abore directed and you beauty,extent and variety. book,of specimens I stren th,will permit-the public rely dition. When,from peculiar : ;
will have tbe greatest depth of water that may be obtained at the Foundry, the utmost .regularity in the may. ces, payment. is, delayed till tho exp "t
i upon publica-
there is on the bar. No. 13,Chambers street, near Chatham at. 'lion of the of the quarter,. fifty cents will he ,
This light house.will be of great impo It contains specimens from Twelve Line paper. Any person 'ton dollars '
.. I remitting ;
tance. No notice, has,,to bur knowledge, Pica to Pearl-comprising; 'Greet pains will be taken to obtain the charge to us shall sjx
been published of its erection. The consequence 46 forms of Roman Caps with I. case. i earliest and most correct intelligence of : and in,the receive copies
has been, that masters of vessels 35 do Italic do do Wrecks and Wrecked'Broperty end also ; year, aameproportior for /
have been deceived, and in one iiutance, a 6. do title Roman do do I reports of vessels passing near thJ Florida ger number. Post Masters and: O ,
,
vessel mistook the object for another light ,5, do title Italic do deb I Reef respectfully requested to interest
and ran to St. Augustine' causing a delay do sh'd Roman do do I GENTLEMEN the undertaking I in our behalf; with,the, assurance, t r1
tw( ,friendly
in reaching her destination of several days. best possible terms will be
17 do Antique do 'do' : will please receive subscript'o and i aflbnjed,tb
,
AN ACT to An Act to providefor 12 do, Black do .do
'repeal ,
forward Editor
to the
& do Black do dodo tho'nanies as noorj as Subscriber would inform hii
Open
'
the of Pilots and THE
appointment
,
regulating *2 Script do do possible." the public! that be. sattind .",
the of at West and
rate pilotage Key 5 do Germ'n Text do do J. ATKINSON., to any business that may be,
for other purposes: 95 do Two 1'nerom'n caps with figr I October 1,1831. ed to his care in tbe V
SEC. 1* 'Be it enacted by the Governorand 11 do Two line Italic capital AUCTION AND COMMISSION'

Legislative Council of the Territoryof 10 do Slid Caps of various kind THE NEW-YORKER. His office is up stain in:Mr. .A;B .

Florida, That the Act passed 16th Feb. 6 do Open do do On Saturday the 21st of March will be Ware.House",, where bemsytii;; .' !

1834, to provide for the appointment of 7 do ,Italic capitals and figures.Besides issued the first number of the second volume l., found. S
pilots and to regulate the rate of pilotage ornamental letters, backjlope, of THE Ntw.YoxER and the publishers He takes this opportunity of f ,
;
at Key West, be, and the same is hereby music,lottery figures/ piece fractions, superlorsaptr..nomical trust thin early announcement will thanks for past favors, and bpjes' by;
repealed and that hereafter the and othersigns, space 1 the seasonable milling attention to, busmen, .to",
appointmentof rules,brass rule, ornamental dashes, long' I attract attention of all those continuance ef public patrphage. '
pilots, ,and the regulation of braces;, more than.two. hundred kinds of ,t who may choose; tgaommenco,:their ,aob-: JOSj.A. ,TI10U Vet'S
in Monroe county. ; shall be by the county borders,and more 'ban 1000 kinds of cuts. script ions at that time. ; [Dec. 6, lR3t,| WMf 1 '. :

court, when assembled for county purposes, and 'ornament for school books, newspapers r THE NEW:-Y fcuB will continue to prc- -. .,.; ;,,. -t !) ,._. 1.. : ;
and the qualification and duties of pilots, and scientific: works; orders for any of; ; servo the general character which has tnus /"'-rhea!! Jfirs CiJJmJ jiM 8 '

and tbo rates of pilotage, shall be the same' &c which'will,or be composing with sticks the, 'cases, phases t far Secured it the approval of a steadily and .. didol.Dittrict of J7 ridtJ. ,
as was established before"the passage of expected utmost'romp. rapidly increasing '
and
titude large stock being always' on band. j patroritge, apopu- Richard Robeiu,. y
the before recited Act but the"ounty commensurate f
; all also execute orders for laity: with the sphere of its -
They printing
court shall hove full to prescribeother & l circulation JThe 67 Balei.ol Cotton AI i ,
power presses, ink, tic, which they will furnish at peculiarities of its plan! pickJa ;'
qualifications: and make any sites.\ the manufacturer's,prices. .V were adopted after much reflection i j and; we' ed,up ahew. J- : :
tious in regard; to Pilots and Pilotage, as Printers of newapapers will pleas publish .have not learned that its prominent features; ALL persons Jqtemted ia the the above'

they may deem proper and'requisite' \ andto this ldertisemei1HWitb( this note)ttree have failed in.a single point to receive,lhe of,tha,money hireby for notified.irbicn,tiiatali the above! ,'"
fine or dismiss any Pilot for improper tune,tending a paper containing it to'I the approbation, of Its patrons and the public. Was wld by the Aianbal of this 1

conduct, but oo Pilot shall be appointedor Foundry,(our ana timea receirepayment the amount of wben'thevpurchase their bills The paper will cooUnue 19 bq, arranged as a/lertie paym.nt.of th. salvage sad. .;;1
dismissed except when the judge of the from the fa torf. follow; sea in said cause,bas been psJ4.into th

county court and three justices be present; GEORGE BRUCE 'L #terarf braciag the, Porcine the Court, where n wits ,.
and dismissal & Co. months unless wooer claJ
concur in such appointment or whole outer<< : form 'oj ,
,Jhe ,
; and
,paper, M
? ,York' pro '
cw tte or entitled to the '
and the judge shall have power to scenting iwelrc pvnoA persons
call three Q rOrden for the above Foundry will be ; ample colwaqa.of Renew ir bli'or, tbairUgall authorized ag
of .
justices the togetherto of New ,
county attended to immediately if sent to PublicationsOriginal and Selected. A. H. DAY, (1k
act upon any application for a branch, ; A.. E, MILLER. Tales,Essays, Poems, Anecdotes,&c. &cw II y H. Jr. JfEWCOMB,
or ,upon complaint made against a Pilot, No1. 4 Droa' -*t Charleston.8.C.' The,onN.aJ cpnlributious;'jo toss. depart I tQamml
and the Pilots in ,commission shall 23jjTAPE inert .
now Msj regularlyand promptly paid, for,: ,VI'aN_ T antdorised t.
retain their branches until the next session and in
FOUNDRY. : addition to |ho \ jter.f who V WM. A. r
4 / f Ihe,county'* court, when'upon applicaourt I VINO Purchased of Mr-RICHARD Gave fttpre4 d yi with aitice! during has .'XEY. EHas: s c* 4 r

\ -' new branches shall issue RONALDSON his long established and put ytar, dwVc ce3sajr'; willcootioi, to nfrtttai Monro

-.at,think proper very extensive T?pe Foundry;the mbscri-) tqewidj oar GO) ,wO.tJ&Y8 the pn ewMr iaritory the next Lepktile Cosacll of tilt J
Pilot shall ben have formed a co-partnenbip for tbe of assistance from others whose Games are .


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'. --2! I introduced by soma ono who is not a mem- them. The system appears radically defecthe. ELEGANT is taken EXTRA.from address CT.-The following extract
I take ; lately deli
studies doubt to ,-
I observed to avoid a The no seem ,I
THE ENQUIRER. ber. This secrecy is ; cred the Rev. Dr.
,. the society hold of ho mind, their application to the by Wayland, President
that would arise
against
: prejudice Brown
of University. It is
of life not or explained. The written in a
are seen
ems'WRED WKESXY: : '' o:'( WJIXTEHEAD at.) if it was known. uses
< masterly style, and furnishes
of is irksome the principal a subject for

r What, it it but Jffap, of.bray W/el-CowrEn.- stand in on tho the first just instance side of to the the question.parties who If object rather than of the learn young'; while men i in is the to Manual graduate'Labor "The examples of goodness have made:

JUNl 13, 1835.!' Schools,the very disposition with whicha bad men ashamed of vice, thoughtless I
then men
their terms aro not agreed to, they negotiate -
The Baltimore Republican publishes !the with the other side. The unmarried : student 'enters one of them, will almost admirers of virtue, without either rendering

following account of a secret club, whichis men are compelled to peril life and ensure him valuable attainments, and good ,the one truly penitent, or the other actively

tlledged to exist in this country-tho limb in the service of the club, and cannot habits." .;rtuous. If however, its partial influence

Editor remarks, that he has it from a gen- marry unless the wife of one of the mem Times (the influences of the gospel by the refer
tlcman who professes to have reason to believe bers dies in which event he never can The London employs three cdi- mation) have been thus salutary, what: may
the first of whom receives an annual not be hoped, when, tho whole moral
that the statements contained. in itarofoundcd marry again.; The unmarried i men are allowed I tow, nature:
in truth. liberal salaries, to live in the fashionmost salary of seven thousand dollars, the second of man shall have been subjected to its au-

The: statement may be true, and wo have agreeable to themselves ; but they four thousand fivo hundred dollars, thority. The sun has indeed risen, and

is our eve at this very moment on a gentle. have sumptuary laws, prohibiting all appearance and iho third three thousand five hundred. the mountain tops are already basking in

I man,who, we think, looks like a fit member of extravagance, and are enjoined This is paying for paragraphs-something its beams,but although the plains arc illus
of a society of this nature. We shall particularly to avoid all ostentation of learning more than they are worth. The proprietors trated by reflected light, yet the cold dews

watch him, and ?o soon as we discover that always pretend to know less than can however well afford it, their jnctt of evening still rest heavily upon them, I
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he has taken a fee, when an honest lawyer they do. income being about one hundred and thirty while the.shades and darkness still hover

would refuse one, we shall denounce him thousand dollars a year. The property IS over the valleys beneath. But how glori.

to the public.-[N. O..True American. A TOUCH OP THE SUBLIME.-A gentleman joint stock of twenty four shares, sixteen ous will all this seem, when green valley,
I' +'' SECRET CMJB OF L\\VYERS-WC: have who is as full of grandiloquence and I of which are owned by one individualblr. and silver rivulet, and wavy plain and pine

j received information Irom a devious source lofty sounding words as a belle is of smiles, Walker member of parliament. clad mountain are reflecting back the quickening .

f ofthe existence of a secret society differing or a village captain of self-importance on effulgence unclouded noon.
in design and organization from any parade day (and they are both proverbial) HONOR IS THE SUBJECT OF MY STORY" But, that unclouded noon has not yet

one we have ever heard of. It is composed was in a company of ladies one, evening, A couple of young geniuses named Og- arrived. God grant it may speedily come.

It ofthirty three members, all of whom are when his attention was attracted by a kitten, den and Judah, got into a dispute at a public Whether it shall come now, prophetic vis
I lawyers of the most efficient character, that was playing about the room. Finding ball a few nights since -the lie was ion hath not yet foretold. Toe results of
constituting an invisible chain of intelligence itself the object of considerable merrimentit given and returned and'the parties agreedto improved civilization, in consequence of
extending from New Orleans to Dos- ensconced itself under the arm chair settle the business on the field of honor.1 the diffusion of knowledge, the unlimited

ton. The ruler of this select corpse,called where the beautiful Miss Spifflikins was They accordingly repaired to Hoboken on freedom of the press, and the rapid accu-

t the-Tetrarcb, is invested with the most absolute sighing and rocking herself. Our Euphuist Sunday morning, with their seconds. Tho mulation of capital}, have given an energy

1, and irresponsible power. sprang to her side in an instant", for he had pistols were loaded and ground measuredoff. to human passion, and have taught such
c c'k The whole of the United States is divided an affection for the feline race, and, lovelyas Will you make an apology said skill in devising modes by which it may be

into eight districts, four members composing Miss Spifflikins was, he would not think one. "I will not," said the other. Each gratified, that the impulsive powers of man
a council in each of them, and of permitting her to rock her chair on its then have speedily acquired an energy before

when they divide, the ruler decides. It tail. But then it would not do to say'tail1 Looked at the sky, and sun and plain, unprecedented. Thatthey are already fully
was in the first instance a self constituted in company. Oh no! it was not modest, sufficient to balance the existing forces of
society, and likely so to continue, as eachcn.ber'bcfore at least so thought the dandy. He there- As what they never might see again"and moral restraint, seems, frorn many indications

ho dies or resigns, nominates fore went to work on a large scale. Making prepared: for a shot. Judah fired and far from improbable. The proof of
I i ,his successor. "Few die and none a bow that requtredthe elongation" missed his man. Ogden fired his listorin, this is seen in that feverish restlessness,

resign.11 No females are admitted, and the or the expansion and contraction of his the air, and the parties shook hands and that growing disregard for authority, that

j nominated: man is stripped for examination, "pedal members'*-bis pendiculars-- declared "honor was satisfied." The eagerness for war, and that desire for revo

if his person be found perfect and without like the legs of a pair of dividers,he swung best of the joke is, one of them swears lution, which aro so characteristic of the
blemish, then the mental examination com himself before the object of his addresses, hell challenge us if we publish the atl ir. present time.

, n mences. He is examined by each of tho bending his, body and swinging his hand Poor fellow, if he sends us a challenge, It has been truly remarked, that for the
il eight councils rotation if they all report and head in unison therewith. Ah!hem! we'll wrap him up in the enlarged sheet of last ten years, a single official note from

I favorably of his legal qualifications and Miss Spifflikins: there seems to be great tho Courier and Enquirer, and sell him for any important public functionary, ,could

,j temperate habit, the Tetrarch admits him propriety-ahem! Miss Spifflikins, it would plpcrraga.-N. Y. Sun. have set Europe in a blaze. War is now a

to full membership, after administering to really afford me the most exquisite felicity o- game which even wise kings can with the
I him, in presence of one of the councils, a if you would forbear to rock on the longi QUESTION BY A SOPHIST.-Over a cer greatest difficulty their
solemn oath ,of unconditional submission tudinal extremity of this juvenile feline tain river is a bridge and at tho one end of from playing at. And prevent if refrain subjects
from
l in all matters relating to his duty in the so. quadruped. But the truth is, the thingwas the bridge a gallows and at the other a house fighting with each other kings it doubtful
1! ciety. This examination is said to be of done before he could unburthen him of judicature with four judges who passedthe whether their subjects, can is'ery be fromfighting
kept
the most rigid kind: and one to if following law Whoever over the
I any pass self. The kitten squealed like mad: before : passes themselves. The
must be versed in the principles both of he had finished his flowing period, and bridge must tako an oath and swear wherehe are among where much bent people taking
t tho common law and the civil (law: in the scampered out of the room. The only is going, and what is his business. If every the social fabric very to upon individual -

fights of persons and property, in constitutional ejaculation*that ,wps heard,from our exquisite he swear the truth he shall go free; but i if being well satisfied pieces that; every he could

principles, and particularly in the as he stood in absolute astonishment, I he swear falsely, he shall be hanged on the quite easily construct better.

original construction of the feudal system; : was "Derame! that's bad."-[CJaremont, gallows. Now a certain man taking the history of our globe The, whole
seems not to ham
,
and its connexion with :oath he be yet
i modern tenures, Eagle. swore was going to hanged on convinced that it liar
comprehending in its purview an interminable the gallows and that was business and no men always been
-ow- found 'I
horizon of that other. Now said the if let this very difficult to improve an edifice,
learning, seems to re- THE MENTAL AND judges we
PERsoNAL QUALIFICATIONS by levelling it with the dust when
cede forever as the mind advances.. man go free ho swears to a lie, and by the you aro
i No one is 'admitted until he is 30 yearsof FOB WIFE: I law he ought to be hanged, while if wo obliged to re-construct it out of the very
Great and same materials.
good nature
age, and has been 7 years a practitioner prudent generos hang him, he swears to the truth, and by ,
of law; -10 'members remain unmarried, ity.A the same law he ought to go free. How But societies can never remain for a !long
to be ready at 'the shortest notice to obey lively look, a proper spirit and cheer shall they proceed with this man according time stationary If the expulsive violence

i the Tetrarch, who can command them to disposition. to this law, or what wil! be a just verdict ? human passion overthrow the buttresses
f remove to any part of the United States, A=of good moderate person, but not perfectly' beautiful ...00.0- which bind together the social edifice, the
end remain there under the of height. whole fabric will collapse with an overt -
pretext prac A driver the Florida b
With stage on route,
tising, law during pleasure.AH : fair but a regard little brown.to complexion, not ,quite the name of Walter Jones, i in Laurens whelming the human crash.heart The natural ferocity of
their proceedings are secret ; and County end his life in fit of stimulated and directed
Young by all means-Old put an to a in
4 the council seldom twice in by no means. by an intelligence to which it before
meet the never
same A decent share of sanity. Ho had been sick ,8,or' 10 days,
'and common sense, justtinctured attained, and whetted to the
place, never communicate with each with little but was better, and came down suddenly anguish by
other by'writing, or keep a record of and a small modicum a seasonable of wit but repartee, from his room,and got a horse from a brother splendors of helpless opulence every where
; no learning within its
proceedings. Tetrarch visits each of tho physical power; science and arts
driver
ride
to little he said. 'I'
a
councils as often as -no learning, I say : and again, ,as .. o are furnishing means of destruction before
= '
I practicable, to be apprized (either ancient or 8f:1in every one surprise, he went'off at full ,
of every important measure that i is unknown; and capable gratifying to the
Well but gallop, and shortly after, .a was
not critically skilled in her message full the widest love
of
adopted, or discovery'that is made. received from a widow's house on the road J slaughter ; the pressnining'
own
.*The of, the is tongue. down in l la.nd horrible
object
society to collect that Jones every cne
was very Before
'.; In spelling, a little becoming acting strangely. of
information'about'donbtful titles deficiency, tempest firebrand and death,
to proper however arrows <<
and in the ,any one could reach the
doctrfhe spotwho )
'and make of punctuation, (or. will combine to form
ccrrect of
tJ; up legal opinions what is I was able to control him, he had taken a scene triumphant
about'them. When generally termed stopping,) by no havoc.such the hath
a defect is discovered off his shoes, and stuck his feet into th ns pen of tbohistorian
in toy man's title,if the involved means conversant. e never yet described nor uninspired imagination
fire
property I
A proper of swearing, with a drawn knife, that he
is valuable, (they do not meddle with trifling arithmetic knowledge accounts and would kill any one who disturbed him. ever yet conceived. Thus'civilization
matters,) the Tetrarch orders one of ,but not skilled in fractions. There were none but females about will be swept a second m Amore than the
the members Jo make terms with one side tolerable1 good voice, and a premises. After his feet not as before, by hordes.of, barbarians of
'oV the other !little ear for music, and a capacity for sing roasting a shorttime the north but'
interested, for the conduct of be got took off his coat and by a sanguinary herd ocher
ing a up, waistcoat
canzonet
a"suit at law which or song (in company,) but own
; Js.d'pneat;tOO expense and degenerate children. Nor'is this idea
,
removing a back from
of.. ,the clubi",and generally;for a certain portion no minims peculiar crotchets or intimate. acquaintance with fire, deliberately laid himself log down a in good its at all chimerical. Within the memory of

of the amount received. The irri No enthusiasm, for and the quavers. place; where he was so burnt before many of you, his drama has been enacted
mense property tbus' acquired, is thrown guitar. assistance could be any in the most civilized and polished nation ot
( her obtained that he
,
Ready'at needle but'more. soon
into. a_, general .fund, after each membertakes ; devoted died. His habits led to the, 'Europe. France was deluged in blood,
to work
plain than fine and supposition
a certain no enemy to her treasures
i portion, which appropria- that his derangement wasted, and the continent
was maniapotu.
knitting.
t#tol his wn use, from Moscow to the Mediterranean was
The Not always in the parlor but sometimes [Aug. (Geo.) Cour.
operations of"t this club,though seen in the kitchen. whitened with the bones of Frenchmen
no "here,i ore said to be felt before the turbulence
in every part CHEROKEE of passion, once ascendant
I'' More skilled TREATY.-The
in the theoretical Milledgeville
of the Union. A than in
knowledge of facto ttles i' Federal was brought within the limit pt'the
t Union of the 17th !
the We
,...and ,doubtful questions lAW'are practical part of cookery. says: have moral it.
of power which existed: to restrain
good
reason to believe
,To tea and that a has
fretted out,carried by the ru er1'a1oni the coffee no objection. treaty
been .
Fonder of contra made with the Cherokees for the aoooo+o-
whole line of councils, undergoing dances than minuet*. e Qto-
,, in each of them that defies both an mistakes analysis An acquaintance with domestic news I,. tire extinguishment of ill their claims t ALL err.-A gentleman looking at tbe
and !1e eat8. All l.acts 'of Congress but no acquaintance<< ,with foreign the lands east of the Mississippigiving last eclipse, remarked he feared it was going
Not fond of them in exchange an ample the out! so he called his neighbor to
all 81416 acts all municipal regulationspublic ; all entirely quadrille,but a lit ; territory in on
and private corporations, all public tle given to whist west, WIth a large sum of money.' get his opinion; but the domestic told him

and private donations,and.m fact the titles In conversation, a little of the lisp, but --" her master had gone out. I will see your

of every,man whp bas a Urge,fortune, aresecretly not of the stammer. A FjxALL s.w.oR.--A: young girl wasel mistress, then, said the man,she has gone
overhauled and reported on, and Decently, but not affectedly silent.: lately! discovered on boars a Belfast rtss out. I will step: in and get some cider,
lying in the Londqa then, indeed can't sir it is all out-
,' shaped by the councils the must imposing soLvp docks,disguised as B you ,
t
) forms: to pass: through ,the courts. Manual labor( wuT sailor,111 which vocation she na1 been acti T)icn I will warm me by your tire, that has
schools we trust, ere ing for many gone out, sir, then dear let me stopset
Individuals Her
in different years. Is my ,
: parts of the U ni.- long, be generally established in story quite ro
ted States have been this con& mantic. Love for the Captain of with you, that you cannot do, ray friend,
informed by persons try. They are capable .f a ves
to whom they were being made near led her to the sea,to join him'in until my beau goes out!
l utter stringers, ,and 1, self-supporting institutions., The l bitwhere file found America,
who resided in.som? tfinant state, of titlesand ny Daily Advertiser,concludes his grave. She has since *
a
description voyaged in tie
claims which they had te,Propertywhich and of one recently established in Alabama a practised tar her Mediterranean,and is quite A MASON-ABLE MA*.-The Editor ef
Thor themselves had no ttiouk of with: the following opinion in which her akin ; hands as rough as boards, the Exeter News Letter says he joins very
w C
recovering: .:The parties In whose names fully concur: She mounts swarthy theshrouds, and her poll cropped heartily in the Temperance reform, and

1, the writs are brought are never informed We are more' and more satisfied thatout A as nimbly is a m"- goes the whole for entire abstinence from
sailor
of tho existence pf Vhe club; they know in Collegiate education's aa they are'term* led WP to the denouncement striking her, and her'crying, ardent spirits.. lie rejects cider, too, because t

thja? business, but Uieiawyers appointed to ed are fallacies.. Not one half of tb I men, who by some gentle.se it makes the bead ache; strong beerbecause

_ji conduct their, ,causes, Jf'' u are generallyir who obtain diplomas are really entitled to I eke, and took immediately ber under their investigated her I 1 dislikes it; and wine, ''because
protection..
it is -
too expensive fnr edito" ,v""OFJ1CE.- ''

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_. """ ---- of convicts there Harris to satisfy sundry obtained I
-- -- those things which are required of them, Out .183 were : judgments
= -- THE ENQUIRER. but which cannot be known where frequent Weavers 10 Chairmakcrs 1 in the Superior Court for this District.

changes in Legislation are tolerated ex Tailors 9 'I'urners 1 Sale within.th 'usltl11 hours. Papers to
;{Ey 1VI'iST, SOUTH FLORIDA.SATUKPAY cent to persons engaged in professional pur Plauemakers 1 Painters 5 be paid for by tho purchasers. I\' \

fUlts.-S. Blacksmiths 26 Hamcmakcrs 1 THOMAS EASTIN U. S. M. I
,JUNE 13, is.: Tho above wholesome advice is from Locksmiths" 1. Platers .1 Pro JOSEPH A.THOURON, D'pty.
t.
(&MASTERS OF 'f'ESSELS.A .- Governor Eaton addressed to the last Legislative Machinists Brassfounders 2 2 Coopers Shoemakers 43 12 _Key West,J unc g, 835. [3 lrtds] ''', .;

| 11 Vessels passing Sand Key I tght showing Council. The great uncertainty of Combmakers 2 Clockmakers: 1 ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. .

their private signals or any designatingmark the laws of Florida we have before alluded Cab't makers 15 Stono cutters &c 10 Is hereby given that two

will be repotted to the Key West to, as a source of regret to every thinkingman Carpenters and joiners 34. NOTICE after date I shall apply, to ,i "' .

Enquirer and their safety thus made knownto in community ; therefore hoped IN ADMIRALTY the County Court of Monroe County rot \

owners and underwriters. Commercial when we read the message of the Governor, JAMES PACKER, a settlement of my accounts *s Adminis.

throughout the United States will that the late session of the Council would be vs. Libel for trator of the Estate of D. C. Pinkham.d*..

please papers notice this regulation one unmarked by the numerous changes in Tho Cargo & materials of} Salvage.Brig ; ceased \V. A. WiHTEHEAD.

previous laws wbich had characterized those Lyon. April\ 1 5. 1835. [lj6] \

ctr: If any of our subscribers should not that had gone before. On looking over the The history of this case is presented in ELLEN MALLORY ) \ ,!

receive their papersthey will please informus volume of laws which we acknowledged in the pleadings, and is established by the vs. / In Attachment '

as our regular carrier is absent at this our last to have received, in order to ascertain Log Book and the protest of tho late mas- JOHN H. WESTERN.) ,

time. ,T.I whether our hopes were to be realised, ter of the Brig. It is therefore! unnecessary : ALL those i interested will take notice ;
other if to recapitulate it. The whole testimony the said suit been
le I An enquiry was made the day we found that out of 52 acts of a public nature has commenced
shews that this has been preservedfrom by attachment tho Courtfor
there was no law requiring shops, stores, three former revive property Superior
repeal acts four .
incvitablo destruction' by the actors, Monroo County and notified
billiard rooms, &c. to ,be closed on the are to ;
that acts repealed by former Legislatures-and and the rules of decision which have heretofore plead to the declaration filed herein. !
Sabbath day 1 We are happy to say, twenty alter and amend laws in force-Fari- governed in cases of this kind, will [30-3m] A. G01U\ION Au'y for PI't!. i
informed
there is such a law, as we are '
urn ct mutabile semper. be applied to the one now under consideration. ';
William II. '
among the penal laws of this Territory now The following jeu d'esprit originating we Those rules, long settled, and acted Shaw, ) )
vs. In Attach-
in force. It would be a curious state of believe in is the allow to tho Salvors of thus
a Georgia paper going upon, property John Copland Ex'r of the
facts, if at the next term of our Court rounds, much to the amusement of all. The situated, ono moiety of its value for their last will and,Testament of \ mcnt.

the members of the grand inquest should author would have been able to increase the compensation. J. K. Baron.
be called on to find bills against a part of WHEREUPON it is ordered, adjudged and '
humour of the article,had he known as well LL persons interested will take notice
for a violation of this statute, decreed that after giving three days public A \
their own body as Floridians do, the probability that some that the abovo suit, has been commenced p
such be the notice of the time and place of sale, the
and may case. attachment and notified
yet future egislature may exercise the rightof by are to f
IC A chield's amang you taking notes, repeal and give to the parties again their Marshal proceed to sell the cargo and ma- plead to the declaration filed herein.A. }1
terials saved from the wrecked brig Lyon
And Path he'll print it" u first UrflAAT' GORDON, Prfis. Atty. F
loves. and libelled in this Court, at public outcryfor
have excited deal of rid April 25 1835. [28-1 2wJ
Our laws a good ,
bliss in Florida.-The
Territoryof
Conjugal cash, and that he pay the proceeds of
icule both at home and abroad, but the surest Florida, it seems, is not far behind some said sale into the Registry of this Court N OilCEAll: persons having clairnA

way to bring laws into contempt is to of her older sisters, in particular subjects of And it is further ordered, adjudged and against the estate of David Coffin Pinck
For instance in the article of deceased notified that
legislation. ham are hereby theT
neglect to carry them execution There decreed, that the Clerk pay out of the money -
divorces,she will compete with almost any must be presented to the subscriber on or ;
has been great strictness in relation to some of them-considering her age In a late winch may be paid into said Registry as before the 15th day of June next ,or they

of our laws, and that all may have a duo Tallahassee paper, we observed no less than tho proceeds of said sale,one moietthere- will be forever barred, according to the

observance, we hint to the peace officers, 1 ten acts of the last Legislature for divorc of, to the Libellant, for and on behalf of terms of tho statute. Persons remaining '

,. that the law relating to the observance of ing as many married couples. Among others himself and nil others interested as Salvorsof yet indebted to said estate are requested to
Martha Redman gets relieved from her said cargo and materials, in full for their{ make payment previous to that day.
the Sabbath is often openly violated A,, grog again ; Hester Burke,not being fond Key West April 11, 1835. [u26-eowtd.3
laVM.
marry
The very rapid increase of shops of Burking, obtains divorce from Thomas saving ,tho same, and that' he also pay out .

which we now witness, may, we think, be Burke ; John Roberts, having been rob of said money, the costs of this suit, and A. WHITEHEAD,'

fairly attrbutcd to tho exemption from bed a year or two ago of his wife Betsey, that he then deliver to James Fullerton late NOTARY PUBLIC.

taxes, and this again to the repeal of our who escaped with -one JFtiherington, thus master of said Brig and the respondent and

City Charter. Thus, for want of a city withering her husband's affections, procuresthe claimant in this cause, all the residue of Ct'STosr-IIoi'sr, MARCH 17, 1835.,
nuptial knot to be untied; Robert Starr, 1 said money for and on behalf of all con .
government,a multitude of these establishments (who it is supposed was a sort of shooting cerned and interested therein. NOTICE. ,
are springing up in every part of tho Star,)having "shot madly from his sphere, JAMES WEBB JUDGE.
town. his wife Lydia in revenge, sues out a divorce COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, ;'

The sober and quiet part of the commu ; Elizabeth, being u.p to snuff" gets 1 curse the hour that we were married,' Key West, April 30, 1835. J J
divorced from her husband Green Vptegrove; exclaimed the enraged husband to his bet An Act of tho Legislative Council 0 Flo-
nity will doubtless have their peace and and Mary Ann Child,getting tired of Child't ter half which shin rids: approved 10th Feb. 1832, preventing
to mildly replied -
comfort often interrupted from these sour. play, obtains a divorce from her husband, ; migration of flee of color into
persons
ces, but thfs is but a small matter in the though Hale Child ; also, Indiana CordeliaT. Don't'my dear, for that' was the only happyone the Territory, all persons interested are requested .
in we have ever seen.
rich wedded
Richards, not being over
opinion of the drain and rovel loving bloods, to notice tho following sectionsof '
bliss finds the yoke hard and break loose .
'
when put comparison, with their appetitespr from her rich hard spouse Wolcot Richard To CURE TUB TOOTHACHE.Take a an act of tho Congress of the United :

pleasures. They have rax RIOHT," Likewise, Josephine Grampera Gagnet, mouthful of cold spring water, and set on States approved 20th February 1803. y

they say, to do as they please, and enjoy I who it seems has a mouth and no notion of the stove till it boils. W. A. WHITEHEAD,
in it has obtained a divorce Collector.An
having :SL gpg ,
themselves where,and in what manner shall
"
from her husband Lewis Gagnet. And the :"!
appear most agreeable to themselves. Those cream of it is, they all have permission to {mine IntrUf eattt. Act' to prevent into the certain importation State ,of where cetrtain ;
who have got thus fat in the career of vice, I marry again persons 4
by the laws thereof their admission: '
arc hopeless. When a man becomes reckless X:Wreckers." We regret to add, that the PORT OF KEY WEST. prohibited. .

of the rights and happiness of others, conduct of the wreckers" along the coast ARRIVED June C Schr.
Splendid, Craig- Sec. 1. Be if enacted, From and after
he is'unfit for society. The argument Is- of Wirral, from Holylake to the civilized lied Noses, head New Orleans, Flour &c. to Master ; the first day of April next,. no master or

he has a right to make a beat of himself, and was most disgraceful to any coun Schr. Orion, Sanderson,Apalachicola,lumber captain of ship or vessel or othet c
1 ;
try. In the course of Monday groups of any any
W H Shaw
; 8-Sloop Alert, Packer,
then to disturb and abuse his neighbors U- from miles shall import or bring to .J
men, women and children, many Havana, Master ; Scbr. Atlantic. Sawyer, person or cause !
Such a right is recognized among savages up the country, equipped in wrecking costume Sisal, Master ; 10-Sloop Eden, Sylva Havana -. bo i imported or brought, any negro, mulat
only, and ought to be considered a disgrace came down in countless numbers, Master ; Schr. Corolla, Smith, New or other person of color, not ,being a l'jJ.to

to any civilized person. The time, we pounced upon every thing that the surges Orleans, via Apalacbicola, bound to New native, a citizen, or registered seaman of .
might have thrown in their way, and then, York ; 11-U. S. Transport Scbr. Motto, the United States or seamen natives of
hope, will again come, when a speedy check
it the sand heaps,as a temporary
dragging among I
Armstrong Tampa Bay ; 12-Sloop Actor countries beyond the Cape of Good Hope,
to of intemperance started forward, and again
willbe given scenes by depot, Flonda Reef.
Wllse, into of the United States
port or place
the aid law if the influence> fixed their rapacious talons in the next any ,
of not by of CHARED-June 6-Sloop Martba Jane
which port or;place shall l be situated in
good example. Q f44 4"b, prize. Thompson. Philadelphia turtle,by :Master ; law has
1 The above is the language of a Liverpool 8-Sloop Alert, Packer Havana ; 9-Schr. any state which by prohibited or '
: Dy the arrival of the scbr. Corolla, Capt. paper after describing the disastrous effectsof Splendid, Craighead, Nassau, by P. C. shall prohibit the admission importationof !

Smith, via. Appalachicola, New Orleans a storm on the coast of England, in February Greene;. 10-Belgian Barque Jean Key,J.Ruurds ..such negro,mulatto, or other person of :,
to the 19th May have been received. Havana, by F. A. Browne ; 12- color; and if any captain or, master aforesaid ,
papers last. Not since had occasionto
long we
Schr. Orion, Sanderson, Philadelphia, molasses ,*'or'any.other person, shall import ot '
The Planters Hotel in that city, while on- draw a comparison between the wreckers by W. H. Shaw. bring, or cause lobe imported or broughtinto

dergoing repairs in the lower story, fell to of New Jersey! and those of Florida extremely The, Brig Cherokee, Rodgers, from Havana any of the ports or- places, aforesaid

the'earth about half past two o'clock on the favorable to the latter, and we are anchored, lide the harbor. the Oth any of the persons,,whoso admlssion'r"fm-
and sailed the lth bound to Boston.
morning of the 15th May. It was supposed now happy to have it in our power again to on } portation is prohibited, as nforeaidr ho ,

there vrerejlfty people i in the house at the observe how different their conduct has universally shall forfeit,and pay the sum of one thousand

time of tho accident. The Bulletin says- been from the picture presented FORECLOSURE OK' MORTGAGE. dollars for each and every negro,

The billiard room, which bad been very above. We feel'no hesitation in assertingthat NOTICE is hereby given to Lackland mulatto, or oilier person of color aforesaid' ,
full till late at night,bad closed only a short there is no coast in tho world where Stone, that a null'will bo brought or imported as aforesaid bo au.
time before. A young gentleman who left instituted at tho next (November) term of) ed for and recovered by an action of debt
it but few minutes before the fall of the the cargoes of wrecked vessels arc so en! ,
a the Superior Court for the Southern Districtof in any court of the United States; oho 'I
building,states that he'passed to the entirely accounted for,as on that of Florida. '
oppo Florida, upon'a mortgage field by the: half thereof to the use of the United States
site side of the street,to bit boarding house, May it ever continue to be the case. /
in subscriber on two lots of ground lying,and, the other half to any person or personaprosecuting
went on to the gallery front, where he
now is being within he limits oho town of Key fur the penalty};and in action
heard three distinct and loud cracks, resembling Diving Bell_There is operation .: any ,
the discharge small cannon thena in our harbor a Diving Bell, brought from West, and known on the map thereof as lots instituted for the recovery of the penalty

sound like an earthquake,as the mass fell, the north by our zealous and enterprising Nos. 2 and J 3''io square 44. aforesaid, the person 'ct persons sued I
and for a moment after, one, and only one, M. 'R.; F., EMERSON. may be held to special; bail Provided always : '
appalling as if the united voices of townsman Mr. W. R. HACJCLET, Esq. We .
by
cry her attorney Jn,fact That''nothing contained in this act
the sufferers t The alarm understand Bell is to the Florida By ,
was directly given the go on shall be 'construed to prohibit the admission ,
WILLIARJ A. WJlITEAD.J .
to the citizens, the bells and
rung, engine Reef and we have no doubt that the property of Indian '. ,j
,
companies turned out." cy West, ne.12, 1835. [(3J- t4rp.] \
In the course of the day, three dead bodice saved by it will be immense. We wish _1'MAnSIIAL'S See. '2. No slup or vessel arriving in any it 1
him success in his undertaking. SALE. of she said of lie United ..:
were taken from under the/uins ports;or ,places i
those of Mr. Hanna of they The last mail brought us the tirst number Y virtue of sundry writs of fie fa. to and having on board any negro, "'
were State
Kentucky ; of the True wmcoji,a paper published in ; directed and delivered from the] ;or,other person of color,not being
Mr. Mooney, attached to the house, and a New Orleans, from the latest of which we Ion. 8uperi6f Court of the Southern Judicial a native a citizen, or registered fcaman.of I.

Mr. Hopkins, who bad been attached to he have made some extracts. From the ucat*' district'of Florida, I will sell 'to the) the United StaIn, pr seamen natives of

circus. More than 40 persons escaped with ness of its execution, it promises fair. highest bidder for cash,at the Court House' countries beyond the Cape of Good Hope : '
life-some entirely uninjured, some slightly door in the city of Key West, on the 6lh: as aforesaid, shall be admitted to an entry. ;

hurt, but many: shockingly mangled } all pf C" The greater'prevalence of crime and im day.of July 1835, all the right,title, claim And if nay such negro, mulatto, or other

them however, it was thought, would survive. morality amo mepbanics of certain'trades audirrt crest of John Harris, to the following I person of color, shall be landed from on Iffi4 "

The accident was attributed to the over-6thers'Las' been observed,and numerous described properly: board any ship or vessels in any of Jhc ports

age, defects and deficiencies of one of the tables. bare been, compiled by Philanthropists vOae negro man named JACI{, aged about or places aforesaid, or on 'the coast'' of any
40 One; man named BEN state prohibiting the admission
years.
walls of the building. in order to obtain, the necessary negro or importation
whereon I aged about 35 years One negro manna as aforesaid, the said ship or vessel, i
data base
to their exertions to lessen
Florida Legidatum.While in all communities 'I med JIMaged about 23 years. 9no negro'' together with her tackle, apparel, and fur-
enactments and penalties are necesiary ''i the power of rice over those found most woman named SABINA,' about 22 years' niture;shall be forfeited to the United Stales,

to be resetted to, permit me to adv. i subject,its influence. The following, ale ,of age: with her infant son,. named David, 'and one half of the-Ilett proceeds of the
thatsable.too frequent legislation are never though compiled by the Commissioners of about 12,months old. 'sales'on such forfeiture shall inure and tapaid p .

Perspicuity' ,certalnty;and uniformity the New York State Prisons for another One mule and carte one Horse, a,Quantify over to such person or persons on t
in the laws, more, than thing else .
ace desirable; because thereby any the citizens purpose, may be added to the number of : of salt, nierchsndiza &c. &c.; Levied whose information the seizure on such forfejure -

are enabled to understand and practice those tables. M"-'" pn sad "(o be sold as tho property of said shall be inade.t .



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PARLEY'S-MAQ ZJN'E.Circuar general. The Amaranth takes no partib he community of the general diffusion 61( Severnl columns of the Gazette will be

to Parents,Teachers,8chool Com tlie discussien of religion or politics, and,in medical knowled a. Tbe essays stern be appropriated to Lssaysof a moral and miscellaneous
.Btfttee, and all who feel an interest. in the adhering to this rule,we have excluded ma* directed, post paid, to the editor,& all of !, character, under the head of-

impro'ementor.1ut. ny articles from its Columns' The same regulation June. nextThe I Reading for Saturday Evening.
not a yearsrnce Parley's Magazine will elegance award of the premium gill depend ,
ffT is quite be continued, although I The
publishers are fully
short the decision of seveial aware of the
commencedduringthat upon eminent phys- ,
sometimes receveardenral. *
was and .
JL power poignancy may of their I
l "period of-subscribers have increased The work is'now perma icians. difficulty undertaking, but placegreatt
to !20,000, and the work has received nently established, although at its commencement O rEditors, postmasters and others, are reliance on the public liberality, and
every where, the most unqualified ap there were probably those who respectfully invited to act as agents. Any believe that a: diligent attention to business,
probation. .Tt*has found its way to thousands presaged duration to be but )Jike Jonah'sgourd. person who remits ten dollars will have ten and a zealous effort to serve the public,will

of families, and while it has entered It has been patronised by those copies forwarded him. Persons remitting secure to themselves a liberal share of
tho ,social circle, its unobtrusive lessons :;, whom we should feel proud to name, were one dollar will have eight numbers sent.-. ronage. pat
have, we trust, often had a salutary u ]u- ; wo permitted, and of whose contueucdkfnd- All distant communications to be addressedto The of Tallahassee
enco.bn the juvenile mInd and heart. It I ness and attention we have assurance. the editor, No. 6 Cortlandt street, New City being located
has also found its way to the school room ; I The columns of the Amaranth embrace York, (and must be post paid) Yearly subscribers in the centre of Florida, and surrounded
of been cheered to commence o. 1. by many natural advantages,
nod many classes pupeswehave original tales, essays, &c. from the pens of possessing in
twice a month e voice of well known and distinguished writers, and %* Tbe editor has great pleasure in beingable a given space around its centre, a larger
-the teacher bidding them' to lay aside, for a we intend hereafter, to pay for such articles to announce the approbation of many population than that of any other portionof
'few- days, the class book which they have I as shall be acceptable, from those whose eminent medical gentlemen to the plan of the Territory within the same limits has
,
read, over and over, perhaps twenty times, communications will add interest to any this publication ITO
one weekly In
sand the pf Parley's !\fagazine.Tbe .- newspaper. addition I
I read pages work extant. We are aware it will put nato I
,
demand for the work, to be used in to this there are many valuable sections of
much expense, but we are resolved to do THE PUBLIC. I ]
'
'schools,'is rapidly' increasing.Bncoirraged country, which'we doubt not, will
be
soon
: thing in our power render the work T is about
every now forty ,since the late
years
by such unexampled success, I brought into cultivation should the
worthya liberal support, and' the only way Dr. Samuel Lee, of Windham, Conn., present
the publishers have resolved to render it to receive the encouragement of the public (now deceasedbegan) to furnish the public I prices of the great staple of the country be
';still more worthy liberal a patronage; i< to pay for well written articles. We makeno with his celebrated "Lee's Windham Bilious maintained; which must considerably
..: aug'mertt
aod net to remit their exertions till they see ,
J pretensions to a superiority over other the population of the
Pill or Family Physic. Through the Territory.
it introduced into families and schools,
literary works; we have no hired editors of Dr Isaac From the considerations
ibrotighout the whole length and breadth of agency Thompson, of New stated above,
the,United States.Jn to pun"us into notice,nor do we send forth a London, Conn., these much esteemed Bilious we have: no hesitation in believing that we

this view they have secured ,new aid longwinded prospectus,to trumpet: our own Pillsor Family Physichave continued may with confidence rely for complete
literary and promising to outdo
consequence ever since they were made known to the
Ii in the editorial The late editor of
department. 'success our undertaking on the
all others.
No
,our journal can speakjfor support
public, to give general satisfaction to those
jt of the Juvenile Rambler, who ,in addition of
itself, and we wish for no one to subscribe a generous public.
,
who have made use of them, when obtained
to his qualifications as'a writer fojr,the
:
has the of unless he thinks it deserving of patronage.<< genuine; but it is unfortunate for the public, CONDITIONS.-Tho Tallahassee Gazette
advantage expedience -
young teacher will henceforth many yean Nothing is admitted into the paper which at well as to the proprietor of this celebrated and General Advertiser" will be publishedon
as a assist
+ in conducting it. does not possess' merit ; album poetry (!) medicine that these Pills have otter been a surer royal sheet, at four dollars ;per

d We propose to present in the progress ef ., ,and communications upon dry and hackniea counterfeited: ,and many families have bad a annum payable in advance or on delivery

Ic such volume, a great variety, of interesting subjects entirely,excluded.unless of the The very selections first order are made, are spurious article put upon them, when they of the first dumber. Four dollars and fifty

-important* topics,!araong, .which' arc the following from the very .best Foreign and America.nPeJio'dical supposed article; and they it is had a lamentable obtained the fact genuine, that cents: if paid after the expiration of six

,' > : ,with which the Editors are few months, or five dollars if paid at-tho dose
regularly
some will
Druggists
the
'I. 'Natural History, of beasts, birds, fish- purchase spu
and of the
: supplied, every thing of interestand rious articlekoowing( them to be such and year.
flowers ,)
,insects trees
(ei reptiles; plants, ,
importance will have a in its col No
place sell subscription wilt be received
"the human frame,&<<1. them as the genuine article, for the for a less
*" 11 j Biograpby ; especially for the young. have umns.and In noticing new publications, we paltry gain of two or three dollars on each term than one year, and: the paper will not
shall continue
n nI'Geography.: accounts of places' ,man- i dent, fo take indepen grove they purchase. The proprietor of be discontinued,without. orders until all arrenragcs
course shall not be '
; we governed
by 'this valuable medicine '
t1en, customs &c. considers it his duty are paid.
a o: 1V. Travels and ''Voyages ; in various I ,bribery fear,or,the but hope! make of favor.oar remarks.devoid, The drama shall of in to advertising the public to be at very great expense The first number will bo issued during

i t; parts V. 'of Lively the world.:descriptions of the curiosities i not be altogether neglected, but receivers of the different very extensively States, to in guard the newspaper them "JWensutfig" \ summer or early in the fall-
I; f share notice the musical department Communications addressed
; to the
!- against publishers -
(of nature ''and art } in each of the United will being longer imposed upon by having -
so, command a share of attention. be
'States, and in other countries. The work is eounterfeitor spurious Lees Pills put must post paid.JOHN
,VI.-Leasons on objects that daily surround embellished occasionally with upon them, when they ask for the genuine BALDWIN.

., children in the parlor, nursery, gar. music engravings with executed in the best mannerand article. In order that the community may DAVID SHEFFER.
accompaniments for the Piano
den,&c. Accounts of trades and employ be protected from such gross imposition, Tallahassee, April 17,1835.GKiiA'iVNATlONAL .
ments'.' Forte, flute, fcc. The terms, to city subscribers the subscriber (now proprietor of these ,

i ""VII. Particular.duties,of the ; to one dollar and fifty cents, jn ad- celebrated Pills) signs his name at full : WORK.
young
vanc ,Jr two dollars at the end of six
months. 'length, Isaac AMERICAN:MAGAZINE:
Barents teachers, brothers,sisters, &c. As Thompson"on a red label ,
t yill\.Bible lessons and stories. our country subscribers will be taxed that is on the outsine envelope that will be Of useful and Entertaining Knowledge
; postage on their papers, we shall
exact but
found
around each box
of the
Lee's be
gcnuiue illustrated
IX.:'Narratives ; auch as are well. authenticated one dollar,always, paid in advance! ", ; otherwise Windham) Bilious Pills, or Family Physic. by numcrocs Engravings .

{ original ,talcs.r they will be charged the qsual subscrip- If purchasers will only be particular to BY THE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY.The :: .

'X. Parables, fables, and'proverbs,"where. tion. These regulations will. be strictly inquire Thompson's Lee's Pills, and be success which has attended the pub
':'the morals, obvious,and excellent. adhered to. careful to observe that his name'at full lication of the best Magazines from the

XI. Poetry ; adapted ,tp the youthful capacity ,No subscriptions received at a distance, length is' signed on the red label around English Press has led to for
and feelings.'XII. (except from agents,) unless accompanied each box, in his own hand writing they preparations
Intelligence f .embracing accounts with the payment.for one year in advance; will be sure of obtaining genuine article issuing a periodical more particularly adapted -
"of Juvenile! : books,.societies, andremarkable -' 'An edition of the paper }J.published at East The above mentioned'' Phis may be had of to the wants and taste of the American
occurrences.Man. / I Bridge-water,Mass. where all >cornmunica mod of the respectable Druggists through- I 'public. While it ,will.be the object of the

.of.these subjects will illustrated, lions;&tc. must be addressed to' George fl. ont the United States, and of the subscri. proprietors to make the work strict! what

by,numerous and beautiful engravings, prepared Brown,post paid;or they will{ remain dead ber, (proprietor;) at New London, Connec its title indicates, it will, nevertheless, con
by,thovbet artists, and seiectod :with in the office. We are obliged to adopt this ticut. ISAAC THOMPSON, lain .uU articles, of interest its l
a view not,only'to'' adorn the work, but to, rule,as our postage has become a heavy tax which in patrons,

improve the taste,,pditivatc the' mind, and upon us. 03-TO THE PRINTERS IN THE ,U. S, Extensive appear forqign Magazines.
Braise the"afTectionsof'the 'youth to appro : O r The next volume of the Amaranth.will The imposition upon the public in cointerfeitiog ?- preparations have been enter-
i priate and worthy object We 'would be issued weekly, $4 per annum, of the the above Pills, which when gen ed into, both with artists and Authors, to

', mike.,therabottei1 childrenbetter. !brotliers,' I size and style of the New-YorkMirror.and. uine have been so fully tested for forty furnish, from all parts of the Union, drawings -

.better,Bisters, better,P\1PUs, beUcr ,assobi- those of oar subscribers who wish 'to have years, that the propfietoroallaopon Prin* and illustrations, of every subject of
f atea and, in the end.better c\tize\ '. the paper,'will please notify us before the tern throughout tho Union to warn the V interest, which the publishers confidently

I ''Webeg t11eri. pda of education, especially expiration of the volume. A semi-monthly public, by inserting the above advertisement believe will enable them to issue a work
; i i parents' and teachers, to view' the edition will also be continued as gsual.at t a,few times in their papers, which honorable to its title
1 'matter' this light. Let children look up- $1,60. will greatly benefit their subscribers, and American abd'acceptablo'' to the

'on' the rpicturesj;: not as pictures merely ; ( 7*>Our.exchange list has increased to they cannot give them, more important People.
l t bullet them be'taught to study them. What such a'n extent, that we are obliged to erase information, than by inserting the advertisementgratis. The American Magazine JS published

; can.be more rich valuable materials for i nrasa' valuable, papers from ou'r' .list, and They who cannot afford to do monthly-each number containing between
'..strjictive lessons than a good engraving much gainstour'iDclinatiol)'; however o this, are authorized to receive one dollar forty and fifty imperial octavo pages, at Two

V ,,.,;" After this brief explanation of our.principles'aqd those who' have, and still continue to1 publish from me or any one pf my agents, they Dollars per annum,payable in advance.
purposes: we ask, the co-operatio n our prospectus, we shall feel in duty sending to me. or said agent a paper emprisesPortraits! ; and Biographical
'of all:>?horeceive' this circular. 'W.ill you bound, to extend wards them the band of containing said advertisement. I. 'f. Sk'etcfiei of'uistinguished Americans
tt.I4I1isby influence in thisgreat.worthe k, 'fellowship. """ ;
'formationrof mind and character for the Nov. 1st 1034. PROSPECTUS OF THE Views of Public Buildings, Monuments,

rising generation Will yon assist us all in \. ; "- TALLAHASSEE GAZETTE & and improvements ; Landscape 5ccneryth -
;your power, in-our endeavors to introducei .GirEdPyALQABLtAIYDtNZRaasrliroWO I GENERAL AD- <<) boundless variety and beauty of which,

i (I tgAmgrcan Ichools, parlors,and fireSides", TkeFamaly Physician and Gazette of Human VEHEISEB.J in this country,, will form an unceasing
# the Btgries and lessors' ofP.arleJ'.l\fagu.ine1 Life. The undersigned propose to publish fa source of instruction arjd Engravings

'-Every ping number: of. the new .qlu' ;me, 'Being a Library of Health and 1J7geoieanel -, the City of Tallahassee, Florida, a weekly and descriptions gratification the character;
1 ivfll have a'strong papercaver, abundantly of'Popular and General Medic newspaper entitled the4' Tallahassee Gatetteand habits &c. of. ,
'"ufficient to preserve the work j fh'good order. Knowledge, rendered familiar to GeeeralAdvertiier.n Its of Bird, Beasts, Fishes, and!
1 for binding and for' in'. ,individual every columns Insects, together with connected
; use ; embracing every subject connected ,will l be devoted to Politics every subject
internal
The yearly subscription being one dollar 'with the prevention, treatment, and Improvements wit the Geography,' History Natural
General
oar friends will perceive the impracticability nd1re! of diseases-.the qualities of Intelligence,con:- and artificial resources the country, illu?
;.t>f'keeping.open so many thousand acjcountif medicines theit 'Mod and ill effects OQ prising the news of the days both Toreignand trated in a familiar and popular manner.

( Jt .is:.therefore indispensable that .health-the ingredients of secret or patent Domestic.In BOSTON BEWICK CO.
,'!e,should' require; payment 1"a1IJp advance. medicinet-rthe true principles of eat accoidanbe with custom, the publish No 47 Court Street.grEdjtors "

.. ing and drinking, or eating and drinking ers will proceed ;in a very brief mnnner, t lo ; of
(
]'Two; numbers:'more'will close the first to live=:domestic cookery-chemistrj.-, lay before the public an analysis of the plan : Newspapers throughout:
i 'year,and we'how give/notice that all who and great variety or curious, valuable, on Aihich the Gazette will be the United State, who will publish the
"' desire.to.continue the Magazine;may. gnithear and interesting knowledge,of the highest *>* They will endeovor conducted: foregoing Prospectus, and notice the contents
.f f\ intentions by a seasonable advance' importance to .all, aud' hitberto bidden view'the J landmarks steadily to keep ii in of the Magazine from time to time,
.;for the second j ear. from the mass of mankind. of the Constitution qf .shall be entitled to the first volume

; ., .It any or the llblfriben ,should;notcelve re- Contribute to";'by number of practising the United States, by which they,Jiope to Any person remitting the Agent by mail,
all their steer their ,
numbers, they can request! Physicians course aright. As moderation
post paid Ten
.tht|post' 'master notify us of such as are The object of this work i$ to present every !- and firmness ) be our motto, 'we will be copiesfor, Dollars.. shall receive six
pndthey shall be tent again'free. of sgbjeptconnected with diseases and its alow to brand with heresy, those politicians '' one }ear and continued as long
'ChartCl' treatment,whicb its cas the ner is.regularly forwarded.
by iJmplicitj and per who nay honestly difier in
spieuity its details,shall opinion from A liberal price will be paid for approprn
Ten: copies free of postage : 'enable all who us. It is our design
t Ys b '1 wish,to be thoroughly informed; io this most fairly to report the ate I\ndweU written articles, or drawings,
.' ':-tt( To accommodate asociation ,schoolsaridjuadiv.iduals interesting and important of scIeac s. Jitical passing! : political news of the day; the po- !illustrative of national< subjects, possessing
views ;
4 ,for tbe distribution,we will The ad'aDtars.oC such publication that we may nave occasion to interest
I to
deliver at' any' post office in the' advocate shall be Subscriptions received, at thisr
United i all ranks.of society need not be insisted up.onmce dispassionately discussed I, otDce.
States, free of postage, ten copies to one they so far as we are concerned _
roust suggest themselves and
{ to
address for ten dollars remitted to without ; we!hope \\ OJt'
us every reflecting mind. Under the influ our friends who may favor'us with LETTEUiJ "JUJMAINING,
'
Poiton cost Feb.', 'LILLY, WAIT & COM ence of the diffusion of sound medical know nications, will observe the same rule capon other ...Ifa thePostJpflloe. ,at Key West, April
J&V' ledge among all classes;empiricism wise 1st 1835.
must be they 'will be rejected
la he
.
PROSPECTUS wlucb disarmed it ef the' dangerous weapons with ; of this coarser westaty, ) observance stricT B .Benis3: ,J 1;;Duchanan,R H; ootb,
wart act with
0' Tnh to successively against the life CR., Cool Wm. 2 Crocker
impartiality Thra ?;
of man; the :: i ,
abjmve.employment of .
'jt,0' ,: ''I' U'.V cines so baneful to health, will give place medi to i It will be the aim of be publisher* to Gtosby, Warner; Durkee, J A; Dency,
W
t4 Semt-moutbly Journal Literature and the rational admipittratioa 01 remedial .render to their patrons all theVsatisfaKop G; English, \V F; Fitzpatrick, 'R 3;
: '
the Arts. :ageet, and tb4 scientiGq i and experienced they ant capable' or, Baring mid :Floyd| G J j Gooden, Daril'P 2; Greene.
,r' tEytician will be aided in hit efbtt. uW .. : th> PC; Iiialop, P C Hsrford Jack 2 Mn-
j.Drowr2 C... H, grow, Editor to .. age they that would please every body ; ;
I leviate a sufferings of humanity ."W ,will please nobody. ,. ckealj Harbriaorli'FreicisloriagJosepb

the:.iMarethantvo oommencemtot years of the bane,Amszantb elapsed ,since and |, 'log.sMU that be aeglected.Can add to the The utility priocides of the work Jn avowing, however design to pursue 'Eldrfdgp:B 3; Moore,:}! WA. Pa 'c, tt"i, ?cker,

during that period it has received a steady I and regimen shall be explained, aDd of their deft AjCourse; untrammelled by the sbackletof ;;FKlijM, ,,Jci4,JP,5j, Robertson,
t
increase of. patronage. To be in raultbe'commob t is : application enforced., The ingredients w: party, we would not be) understood Francis; wqh.r1es.>) ; Smith,Joaiabt;

lot of,humanity,and we make; .secret remedies; shall be fivea aad the bolt ef ng.induTerent to OKI> importance of as. .tI.4ft,.,Sjla>j j ,Sjailh, O Wf Van Evoar, E; t

no pretence of an exemption from the charge; subject of materia, medica shall b. discussed sect principles. They wish ,however eo Us-r s\Yheeteri Barnes,7 r Wheeler p II; Wood,

h "enr'our Intentions are to have as few and explained tna- lucid and simple atJ e. I tinct it known, that < tJobo; Western J Rj Winchester, I-t.. ?.

errors as possible, while we endeavor that. QAprcralnw; of $100 will be awarded ther lead thtf! via nor folio, Jbey the wiHow-train cf ,\fbl&e..R F; Wtldean, Henry. -

A. PATTERSON, P. M.f .



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