Key West enquirer
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 Material Information
Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1835
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
lccn - sn 95026781
System ID: UF00049046:00032

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TIlE ENQrJIRER is Piibhtt d everySata i- improve the taste, cultivate the mind, and

1', gjnoraing, < FIVE DOLLARS pejr. T'.IEENZR1R: raise the affections of,the youth to sppro
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annum* priate worthy objectV e would
AovjtixTWEMBNTg; inserted the rate df make thcmbetterchildren, better brothers

One Dollar and Fifty Cents,per quarc,for better'sisters, better'ptfpila'better associates
the first insertion, and SeventvFive Cents and, in the end,better citizens lj
for each subsequent continuance. AH Advertisements We: ,beg the filcndi _of 'education, especially Hi\
will be continued until otherwise : parents and teachers, to vitnr the .
ordered. None will bo consideredless I matter;iq this light. Let children look upon 1I

than IL' quare. "H' tho pictures, not as pictures, merely;
No subscription will bo discontinuedunless ..... I "'" I but let them be taught to study their: What

at the option tof;the Editor, until all EDITED wiND BUDtSIIED'BY, JESSE, ATKUfSOM ti can be more rich valuable materials for instructive '
arrears are paid., _....JA.' _""_.- "1 _I_, ,- lessons than a good engraving f

All letter* to ,the Editor on business' VOL 1. HEY WEST, SATURDAY, JUNE 201835. NO. 32. After this brief explanation of our principles
,.m:>st be-Post Paid-: L and purpose, we'.ask the.cooperation
of all who receive..this'circular.. Will
-- NEW YORK TYPE FOTjtf Contributed to by a number of practising
For the information of Mariners generally, BRUCES aid us by your influence in this great work,
The Physicians.The
bare procured from the Collectorthe subscribers respectfully ; the formation of mind and character for the
we inform the printers that have object of this work is to present eve
: they recently ,
fallowing schedule of thosituation of the rising generation Will you assist Us i.1lin
completed a variety of new fonts of letter subject connected with diseases and its
the Florida shore your power, in our endeavor to introduce
Light Houses along in the style of the latest European; specs treatment which, by its simplicity and perspicuity tQ American schools and ,tfiresidci
his ,parlors ,
tinder superintence. .i mcns,well calculated for ornamental printing of its details,shall enable all who' the stories ;
FLORID.LIGllT.Stationar1 andlessonsofParley's lfagatino1Efery
I CAPE 'or Tasteful display, and making an assortment wish, to be thoroughly informed in this most_ single 4
.Situated on the South ,side of Key Bis number of the now volume
about 400 yards from the b acb.- of Printing Types unrivalled in interesting and important of' sciences.The will have a strong paper cover abundantly' ;
cayne, beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens ad vantages'of such a publication td sufficient to Ingoodorder
be considered 70 feet above preserve the work
the The level Light of may the sea, distant from the gulf. may be obtained at theFoundry, all ranks of society need not,be insisted upon for binding,and for use in schools. Ott
about miles. Vessels drawing 10 No. 13,Chambers street, near Chatham st. since they must suggest themselves' to The yearly subscription betocoD'e'(dollarpur '
stream '
It contains reflecting' mind. Under the' influence
specimens from Twelve Line every friends will
within 21.2 miles of tbo perceive tho ,
feet may approach Pica to Pearl-comprising of the diffusion of ound medical know of impractiCabil d
Lat. 25 47 N-Lonff. 80 42 W. ity keeping' open so many thousand ac.
light LIGHT SHIP FLORIDA-Is situated 45 forms of Roman Caps. with 1. care, ledge among all classes,empiricism must bo counts. It ,is therefore indispensable
35 do Italic do disarmed ef tho with tl
do Dangerous weapons should ,
wo require
on Carysford's Reef. near the site of the 5 do title Roman do do which it...an'io successively against the,life vanco. payment always in id i

old one,in Lat. 25 08 N.-Lon 80 27' VVi < 5 do title Italic do de of man; the abusive employment of medicines '< Two numbers more will close the
: first
It is easily distinguished, as two distinct 6 do ah'd Roman do do so baneful to health;will give place: to tear, and wq now'give nbtlco that all, "bo
shown, which can ,generally bo do the 'ntfo 'mdnlinistritioa'of' remedial
lights are 17 Antique' do 'do a desire to continue the '
seen at the distance of 12 mile Its ob,! 12 do Black 'do do agents and the scientific.experienced their Intentions by a Magazine'seasonable,may advancefor ighir rV

ied is to warn vessels from the dangerous) 5 do Open Black do do physician will be'aided in his efforts to alleviate the second ear.If .

rocks and shoals near which it is placed. 'do Script do do ,sufferings humanity.. Nothing any of the j subscribers) should not receive

KEY WEST LIGHTStands on the 5 do Germ'n Textdo ,do that can add to the utility of:the ,work all, their\.!numbers they can request
S. West Point of the Island of Key West, 25 do Twol'ne rora'n caps with figs shall be neglected. The principles of deft the post master to notify us of, such as, ,are
is in Lat. 2433 1.2 N.-Long-.81 52 1-2 11 do Two lines Italic capitals. and regimen shall be explained, and their missing, and they shall bo sent agaiaree.ofcharge ?
W. ; erected for the purpose of guiding vessels 10 do Sli'd Caps of various kinds. application enforced. The ingredicntlof, ', ';' '\
when entering the harbor; the directions 6 do Open do do secret remedies shall be'given and the whole ... 1
for which are as follows Bring the: 7 do Italic capitals and figures. subject of materia medics shall be discussedand I Ten copies free of postagf.Q .I' 'n ,

4 light to bear N. N. W. and the Sand Key; Besides ornamental letters, backslopc, explained in lucid and simple style. ( rTo accommodate associitionssoliooTgandindjviduasfor.thedistribution ;
Light to bear W.,S/W.: and you cross tho' musiclottery figures, piece fractions, su Or&( : premium! of $100 will be awardedto \ ,we will '
Reef in about 8 fathoms water; run tor Key' periors, astronomical and other signs, space ,the writer of the best essay (not,exceeding I deliver ,at any post.'office in the, United
West Light until within twomllei'thensteer rules, brass'rules, ornamental dashes, long 20 pages octavo) on' the advantages to States, free of, postage, ten copies to_on. i
N. W. until you open Fleeming's Key braces, more than two hundred kinds of the community of-the general diffusion of address for ten dollars remitted to us with
-which is a Mangrove Island in the northern borders, and more han 1000 kinds of cuts medical kaowledgii The essays,'are to be out cost. LILLY, WAIT &:CO; b
part of the harbor, and then run for it. and ornaments for school bonks,'newspapers directed, post paid* to the editor!\ in all,of Boston, Feb. 15. '
'The best anchorage is in the upper part of and scientific,works; orders for any of June next. '
''the harbor. Height of the Light House which,or composing sticks, cases chases, The award of the premium will 'depend AN ACT to repeal An Act, to provide or

from the level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches. &c will be expected with the utmost promp Ui PioDthe\decision, ,of sevcial_ eminent phys the appointment of Pilots, and' regulating
Light Stationary. I I titude,a large stock being'always., on hand. the rate of;pilotage at Key West, and
SAND KEY LIGHT" -Revolving once' They will also execute orders' for printing 0:::7-Eaitorf, postmasters and others, arerespectiblly'invited for other piirjk)3C3. ""'

in 54 seconds. It is the best light on the presses, ink, &c. which they will" furnish at. to act.' as agents. Any Sco. 1. fie it enacted by r the Governor

coast ; S.. W. by S. from Key West Light. the manufacturers prices. person who remits ten dolls will have ton and Legislative Council of the, Territoryof t
81 67 W. situated Printers of newspapers will please publish copies forwarded him. Persons remitting
Lat. 24 26 N-Long Florida That the Act passed 16th Feb.
The 70 feet this advertisement this note)three one dollar will have eight a smb s'sent.AUdistantcommuriicatiosi .-
the lUef. Light
directly on : times,sending a paper containing it to the :: to be addressed 1834, to provide for the appointment of
above tea.TORTUGAS Foundry, ana receive payment when they to the editor, ,No. G Cortlandt street,' New pilot and to regulate the rate of R
LIGHT-Stationary-on purchase four times the amount of their bills York(and must be post paid.) Yearly subscribers at Key West, be and the, sarne'is l here
one of the Dry Tortugas Islands, near the I from the Factory. to comrience with No.,1. 'repealed,''and that hereafter the appointmentof
western extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 %*The editor has great pleasure in being 'and the
I 10 W. GEORGE BRUCE, ft Co. of pilotiigalit'Monroe
31 N/-Long. able to announce the approbation of relation
New York. many county, the
-- eminent medical county
-Orders for the above,Foundry will be gentlemen"to the plan of 'court when a assembled for
LIGHT HOUSE AT THE MOUTH OP (;: this' county purpose?,
attended to immediately if sent to publicationPARLEY' ,_, %j__, i and the qualifications and duties .of pilot,
ST. A. E. MILLER.No. 'MAGAZINE. and tho rates of pilotage, shall be'the,81t } t
new, light home has, recently been 4 Broad-st. Charleston i S.C. as was'' established before the ;'pfthe
erected at the month of the St. John's River la'Z3. + Circular to Parenti'sackersSccliool Committee before recited I Act'but passage
,E. F. which was illumined for the first 1 FOUNDRY.f -v .t !, and all who feel'an interest:id the 'ih0'county
time on the 18th Dec. last., H TYPE improvement of youth. eottrta: shall hove; full power' to prtrscritaother
Wo have been politely furnished, by an AVrtf G Purchased of'Mr.RICHARD |T is not quite, a ycarsince Parley's M g intelligent shipmaster, with the following RONALDSON his long established 'aridvery was commenced,during that abort tious in"regard to ,Pilots" and?, Pilotage I I lug
directions and bearings I extensive Type Foundry, the subscribers period the number of subscribers \have, *, they may deem; proper and :requisite, and

Bring the light house to teat S. by W. I have formed 'co-partnership for the creased to 20,000, and the work bas receiv to fine or dismiss! ,any Pilot for improper
of continuing said business anaforthe
purpose ed, everywhere the most
half W.in four fathoms waterand make for unqualified ap- conduct, but no, Pilot shall,bo appointedor
convenience of their friends and
patrons probation.: has found its Way ,to thousands .
it. This will carry a vessel drawing 8'or ,have removed their establishment to amore of families, ,and while :it bas entered dismissed except whe.n the judge jof>> ,ih$

9 feet, safely in at high water.until Continue have 4 central part of the city. As it is their the. social: circle, iti'J'unobt 'Ulife' lessons'bave county court and three justices'be present!
your course for the light you intention to keep on hand a good assortment and concur in such appointment'
W. for we trust, often bad a salutary influence + dismissal
fathoms, and haul,up N. W. by the of the best and make such additionsand .
mouth of the river If the large house on type, to on the juvenile i mind and I heart. It and the judge shall have power ,to
starboard side of the river'can bo seen improvements as the taste of thetrade bas also found its waf to the 'school room j call three justices of the: county together
beach and the wants of the country requirethey and many classes pf pupils have been cheer to' act anyepplication, for branch.-.
over the north point of the bnng to flatter themselves that this establishment' month upon a.
ed twice
bear S. W. by W" half W". and run for it until will merit a large share of patronage. They the:teacher a bidding by them the'welc to lay'aeide'for in voice of or upon: complaint. made agaInst'a:'.Pil land /
you get the above bearing of the light, have now several fonts on hand, which can few days,' the class book which,they have the Pilots now' in' commission ihall J ,
then run for it as abore directed and you be furnished,at'a few hours'notice, and ,are read over and over, I perhaps twenty times, retain',their branches until the.het, aesaioadf

will have the greatest"deptb of water that prepared to make fonts oi all weights and and read the pat i of,Parley's Magazine.The .-, the countycourt,:when t upon,a po1Ituij

there'; is on the bar. sizes, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, includinga demand for the work, to be used in I tion to the'court new btanehcl'.bal,!waits, ;
"This light house will be of great impor great variety if Ornamental Letter. schools, is rspidlyincreasing. to, ai") such as the'court m1)think
tance. No notice, has, to our knowledge, Their assortment Cuts and Dashes 'Brass proper
Encouraged by such unexampled success,, to grant branches t6j' and,each Pilot shall
been published of its erection. The consequence Rule, and other ornaments will be found to' the publishers have, resolved.to render, it I "
: before he<< receives i his branch .
five dollars a
has been that masters of vessels pay
be which
very extensive, of specimens will' :still more worthy of so liberals patronage? ;, '
have been deceived, and in one iustance, a be forwarded to Printers, as goon as they "and not emit their exertions till they see i for tho'uso of the county, and ,ooo
telsellDistook the object for another light, can be prepared. it introduced, into+families and schools," dollar to tloelerlc; who shall?klsd furnish

and ran to St. Augustine, causing a delay Printing Presses of every description,; (throughout; the whole length and breadth. of each Pilot appoitned :with the:'rules and1
in rea.chingher destination of several days. Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, \'the, United Stabs' '" regulations established by the court"" ia,4

Composing Sticks, Brass GalleS, Imposing! In this view they have secured new aid,, relation to Pilots and; Pilotage j and every ,
R E. WHITE &. WIL lA"IIIAGAR.ESPF.cTFULLYJoCorm Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, "' in the editorial department. The 'late edi Pilot shall give bond with 2 or more-good:;

the Printers Standing Presses, Furoiture.'together with tor of the Juvenile Rambler,who in addi lufcient'securities to be approved
of the United 'States, {o whom they have a complete assortment of all articles used ,tion to bis Qualifications,as writer for the 'fInd in 'the firm of
long been individually known as established in a Printing Office will be kept constantlyon young:, bas the advantage of many years experience [,by thq.court; one thousand
Letter Founders that hue formed I hand. dollars' to the Governor of tbe.Terrtory
they now as ft teacher, will henceforth assist :
a co-p rtnenhlp in said business, and : Small :fonts, suitable for Bookbinders, in conducting it. '. I and his, snccssorsln ace, for the faithful f ,
hope from their united skill and experience in great variety, may be had'when' called We'propose to present" in the progress ef, 'performance of'hit duties as Pilot, '.hi i

to be able to give satisfaction to all who 'for. such volume,a'great Y nety! interesting bond ,.fthall be recovered' in any,court, t)b'1\1
may favor them with orders. i Older from all parts of the Union will be Important topi. ,,.moa, which are the following competent jurisdiction, the; first: ,

The introduction of machinery in placeof promptly and moat carefully attended to, J' after ,the bond shall be sued for, and 'all
the tedious and unhealthy practice of and particularly io supplying soars tot all ,I. Natural History,of beasts;sJiall renew tbeit i t' '

casting type by hand, long a desideratum by fonts furnished by their predecessors, Bin es, reptiles, insects, plants,flowers, trees,;, branches ,. I ,
once IB
&Ronaldson, and Richard Ronaldson. human year.
the European and American Founders,was," ny : the frame,tit} r "
by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure Stereotyping all its branches' ,,executed 'II. Biography.; speclallyortheyoung. PessedFebruaryZth,183&, j

of time and money,on the part dour by L. Johnson,at heretofore. :III.,Geography t,accounts of places,map, j Approved Febro "tlt, 1836. I ILH'r
senior partner,first successfully accomplish JOHN80K- SMITH.No. ben, customs&'c. OJb1 'fcETTERS I
ed. Extensive use of the machine cast..Ut. 6, George St.Philadelphia,.J833-, ; ,IV. Travels and Voyages; In T flintsarts Post Office at tfey West Apra',
I ,
tee, has fully tested and established its so- 'ftr: Publishers Newspapers who insert of Che worldV. : ,
this advertisement,, and, forward .Lively of the ;hat 1835. : .,t
in every particular, over that cast paper descriptions curiosities I'.
Seniority it to J. &,8.. will ,B.,Beitias,3HBncbananRflDoodi' .
process. containing be.'entitled to of.,nature and art; in each or the United ,
'The Letter Foundry business wOlbere. $3, payable .settlement of their account: States,'and in other countries. C R.j. Cooler, Wro. 2; Crocker Tb*> J, ,I
when their bills amount to not less than 10.'J VI. Lessons I Warner Durkee J'' A '-
after be carried on by the patties before $ on objects that daily// surround Crosby, ; ; Dency., j
named under the firm of White,Hagar 6 co. ,' "'children in the parlor,nursery ear* W \0$ 'Ooodee'P Fitzpatrick: Jl $;'*3

Their specimen exhibits complete series ouArVALVABLxArim1.mxt: "( WOXX den,toAccounts of trade, sod' employ, Floyda/|, +I P 2; ,Greene.PcCt : ,
from Diamond to H lines Pica. The Book The Family Pk &fan and Gazette cfHuH mentfl.VI UulopP; .Uafford'Jick,4Hrs.. : i I
and News type being in the most modem I |.' Particular duties of the young i ;to ckealj IlirbrUon, Francis. ;toriog, Joseph iD

light and style. .Being a Library man of Health Life. and Hygeote, Parents VIII..,Bible teachers,brothers,sisters,ftc." $: ;.Moore,'Y,AI A. Page,:Ltj\ Packer

White, Hagar & Co. are agents for the and of Popular and General, Medical lessons and orieL E14ridgePhilipa, Job P'6; Tlobertsoo,

sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press ;Knowledge, rendered familiar to every IX. Narratives; such as are well' authenticated Frsncisr 8bawChsr1e: f/. SmitB,Joalsb, ;'

es, which they can furnish to their custom individual:embracing every subject conceded original tales ; tiwiA, Sili(' Smith, O:Wt Van Erotr, Ej

en at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, with the prevention, treatment, 3L- Parables, fables;and proverbs,where, Wheeler,Jame ,Vj Wheekr.QUf Wood, ,
Cues,Composition ,Sticks, Ink and every and cure of diseases-the qualities of the morals is obvious.and excellent. John) Western, Jft IViflchaier,; Lt ,
; : 8i,
article used iqtbe Printing.Business, kept medicines-their good .and ill effects oa XL 'Poetry f adapted to die,outU J capacity White;A F{..Waldeao, Heary.
far salt,and furnished oq the shortest jootice health-the and '
ingredients of secret or pat. fotlioii Ii
; Old type takes in exchange" for oerat cut medicines-the true principles of eat* : XII Intelligence;.erabraclcg':'account*' '
0.coats per pound., 'log and drinking, eating and drinking cf Juvenile books,ioeietkt, ..andwmarfcable ,, "" l'sutJiOii4 4 toWM.

N. B, Newspaper Proprietors who give .tolive domestic'cookery=;.chemistry occurrence*. R.' ftA r .
the above three insertions, will b "entitledto sand a great variety carious, valuable, Many tf tbese subject will till trUd w..ce tq. ai',. .
Fire Dollars in such utkl,*as they my and interesting knowledge,of the Ugfeest by'Bometooi and beautiful engravings, pre. i ,..aC Monroe county "
salect from our.,ecimea.- importance to all; and hitherto bidden pared by the best artists,and selected with la the ntxt befitktire Cwacil this, Terrtery. J
New York, 1835. from the mus of mankind a stew cot only to ,flora the work, btu to .

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cum for sction, ,According to our presentruode the Indian cried out, "The horse is tniDe;
1 benefit. The. Gothamite, an4 Dr<I'" ; .
J and Til it.?! .He
of education, hew of our daugbj. prove immediately striDped
Journal .; :
'TIlE-ENQUIRER. Room 'F 'f off his cloak, and threw
: t'ctl of ennui unknown it t4animal's
rtla S a misery
I ,. I -= JUNE 3, 1935. 'rho pew JitPgng\s| | head. "That
wttz11LY'sort WHITEIIEADIST.' ) tern was first experimentedupO& this) morn to the poOr| and more intolerable than the man being so con
(rUBwnED that he reared the horse
1 dent
,' aririesjiof excessive toil. Tho idle command
AxtUM.n felons ttereriikepUr:
Are 'AT iMvn nor.T.Art: \vhcnscventy-thrce Of the v sung man, spending day in exhibiting him," said he, addressing the jodge. to
the criminals
;'\!Jr.Ml' is It bd4t.rtap d'bpry 1Uet-Corca. seventeen on '\same\' convicted string.: of Critn. Con., : Jiis person hi the street, Ought' !'not to excite tell which of the two eyes is blind? The \

"" /Ng.20183$. ._ -'." twenty; of stealing newspapers, and tbd the envy 'of the,.overtasked poor, and this Spaniard, in order to seem not to hesitate
11 --From-- the N. :Y., Spirit of the Times] olherthirty-sir; 1 bfbigamy.-[Daily i Cntninal'Recorder'and i. tiimberer'of'the' ground is,found:exclusive- in the, least, answered Indian immediately right!, 1'\
The uncovered
Hue and Cry Gazette., I lyamong the rich. eye. his .horsVd\
ANNALS OF 1035 I repeat it-tho condition of the head,"He is neither blind" said he"of the
JULY 4 The Morning poor
," i Jtst RECEIVED.BY EXPRESS Via nil: MOOtf. of today come, out on an enlarged :sheet, deserves sympathy; but let us not, by er I right eye or the left" The judge, convinced .

: Corinthian; Tom has furnished us with a 14 feet by 23. The Courier a. century aggeration of,it)pains,turn away our minds : by so ingenious and strong a proof
1 document comprising the rcmarkabte occur ,since! was considered a paper ,respectable I from the great inward sources of their miss: i adjudged him the horse, and sent!the Span!

tenceS\-which' will sake place precisely a ,size, but the number before i&contains 48, cry, In this city,ihe condition ofa major lard to prison. .
r century hence- as'he' says. They Were pages of. its former dimensions. The new ity of the indigent is such, as would bethought r.'
fI, calculated according to the prognostic stan- advertisements, number* above' 3,500, and eligible elsewhere! Insure to an ILLUSTRATIONS OF FAMiV'g J(JVRt.. _

....,'dard of soothastic astrology( ,and(divination. .the last page contains all the works: of the European peasant anf abundance of wheaten We are treading- the heels of Europe,
+ *' aided by avery mysterious steam engine, old novelist Cooper, which for som time bread through every'season oTtlio year, and are prompt at getting up a caricatureon
_ f ; benign influence of a case of, prime Por. type. On'the'37th page: will be us many a poor family, if doomed to live us. W6 have ueen', indulged in a hearty 1
t \,>ter, exercised by a red hot poker,' upon the ",found'an interesting account of the'former !ori bread, would murmur at his hard fare ; laugh---no unusual thing by the by for us

:" newstir'cm-up-p-ilhii-lorig' principle.; Celebrations of this day;owing to the, success and accordingly,the table of the indigent is -at, several well executed Lithographicprints
'As'coming events' .cast'their shadows ,e- of some great political movement daily supplied with Condiments and viands supppscd to have, been intended as:
'fore," we have' no doubt of its truth, and [Daily; ,Telegraphic Dispatch. hardly known in the cottage of the transatlantic illustrations MisSjj.Kemlble'si Journal

therefore have no hesitation in laying a portion .Acocsr! ,j:12,' 1935. His'most Gracious laborer The Greenlander and which are published by Endicott. The first:

of it before our readers,merely prem- Majesty council yesterday,confirmed the Laplander, dwelling in huts, end living on represents: the lady-and art exact! likeness
ising by tihe way, that there, is not a particle "late act of both'Houses of Congress,passedfor food, compared with which the accommo -in the cabiri of tine ship working a cap.
jf of truth, in the report that the Devil and the purpose of perpetuating the beauties dations of our poor are abundant,are more Alongside of her, a bible cover and her

.;Tom Walker had a hand in the aforesaid. .o'f'naiurCj, thief ,Chief.p!<
r calculations. that: t old,womenri 'ja. ,all women over ,wastes for our richest soils and our fn very desperation of'sea sickness bC0'3QI
i '**;." J tf.q'1.''1935.. The election of city of .forty'years of,age,Shat}I be drowned without proudest cities. It is not 'then the physical embroidering of my old{' night caps." K'o.
I vficers took place this day, when. Sir Joseph benefit of clergy..-[Globe*of this mor sufferings of the poor, but their relationto 2, the inimitable :Fanny ,is prostrate on the

'."::. 'J .cobNoa1i, a descendant of the eminent ping .. r. the rest of society, their means of inward floor of, the! cabin. Alongside of her are
}} partisan writer of that name, was sworn in SEPT 6,' 1915. Theono"hundrcd and life, the degrading influences of their posi plates of .beef ,pie, and other eatables in
Lord Mayor before the representative of fifth anniversary JoF't1uf establishment of tion, to which their chief misery 13 to be abundance, and. the black 'steward busily

rl i'His Majesty the Earl Blooraingdale! andnthe :The Spirit i 'of the,Times was celebrated with traced. engaged in ,drawing: bottle of porter, i
civic officers, in, the citidal. :The imt extVaordUary magnificence on this day,- -.0..- I came to my cabin; my dinner followed me

t '-znense"faali l audience was crowded Lwijh Th@proprietorsfed; nearly,:two millions! of FCNERAL OF THE EMPEROR OP AUSTRIA. thither, Jying'on'my back I Very comfortably .
t beauty and fashion, among whom we recog their poor Jellow-citizend upon tripe and A foreign journal gives the following account i discussed it.** This is an n mila. r
nised the Duke'and luch Manhattan- : bit plate. No., 3 i isld domestic
cow-heel,_rashers and eggs,and mulled clar of the funeral ceremonies of the scene in'a
,"vilte, the Marquis of AlbanyLords, Harlem : et.. The illaminatiohs and 'fire-works in late emperor. The procession stopped in parlor: A gentleman alittle "how catnu

and,;Yorkville arid suites,'and a large .the evening,wore plainly i seen at St. Petersburg front of the Capuchin Church, and many you! so," with his hat on the back of hid:

number of the nobility in' full court',dress., and 'Calcutta.! -[ veaingStar andNational noblemen and ladies ,of the Church, who rhead, is staggering about in the presence of
,The Foreign Ministers 'with their suites\ I waited there MISS Fanny, who to be quite shock
'TbrchlLight:4! ;: : \ came out to receive the corpse. appears
taadedch'to the splendor'of the;,,scene.: ,crpBEBj'l M" 'Jp36, Sir Jobn" ,CleevesSymines jWhen they were about to enter the Capuchin ed. Motto: "My dear father, who was a
His Excellency/Ambassador from Car-i, ; a descendant; of an' illustrious Ii Convent, for the purpose of depositing little! elated, desired, mo, to sing to him,

..olina, and His High Mightiness, the Prince\ ''discoYerecf<< o.Ctbo; :19tK:century-will,; setout 'P the coffin, they knocked at the door of the which_ greatly gulped) at." Vol. 1, page
'of Oregonwerb, especially .conspicuous ; 'immediatelyjtotiexplom'the'oopi'so'of: : edifice. \Vho knocks?" cried a voice 61. But No. 4\\ and thelast, tQudicsua

I the>resident Ministers from France,'Ireland,,''I the ltililk-way, in order to learn whether a from within., '" The, Emperor? Francis." I quite nearly. The peerless lady is represented
iKamschatka, Mississippi!, Japan, Texas, ',' Ke ', -oh .shockingl-in! her
branch 6fjit cquld'be l :tqrii'tft; : e./earth! Whatjdoes ask?; the same voice >repeated. : night cap
Otaheite" and Rome, were among 4, the ,n'umI1" l lw I 'wherefromwholeealem niilkj ;;and //.butter "A place of, repose." The gate arid dress, I about stepping. into bed-the

bar r I r company'niignt bq establishedTranscriptand was then-opened: and a part of the procession floor, the curtain, and the Led itself covered
:After,the ceremonial, tho, ivic party tor Daily,Intotlectual\ Advertiser. *.> '. entered the Convent. The new Emperor ,with Bugs; .

the amount: one'thousand,, eve hundred, ,Nay: il935.. -The Royal pint; was had, contrary to the'usual'custom, Thu prints are admirably well done'and
faftbok of 'a cold 'CClatiop'! seiyeVTiri'triepark increased,"'tea 'qanrf ryestefday6t; 1 followed them :1'when he was about to enter arc entitled to a sale as" rapid as the. Journal -
of thejloyal University' ,(formerly' ; theWaihington Congress'and becomes'a IIi*,: to.celeb'rat the cemetery, 'the" prince of Coljodero < ;-[N. Y. Star. ,'
\ I
Parade: GrowM, and then pro: which theFusSossea. of the: Common Council advanced and said to him," I take the liberty -o.c"' i,
,the city'' '" m'thclf bydrau\lc\ ,'and raIVt tb&coljecti'e'wdom; ] of}the of assuring your Majesty that you cannot The Legislature of Connecticut;on' the

"carriages which impelled; by half' .a piat ofr city,g9.outrageously/frisky/ anaVpbgUopu16ns : enter: it is entirely contrary 'to,immemorial 23d ult..p s:cd. bya vote of 111 lo.76, the :
r il'vt tansy'we'nt at \t w suftw;v* fifty miles on a pint of old M6nongahtUjnt: .the usage.11 The emperor extended resolutions disapproving: the course of the
f .in oar!.- ',The.lio lJ! party' completed;,theirekWrsioh xpeosejof ihe.city., .At.th8"aame sitting his arm, and, 'pushing the prince aside,said Senators of that State; in Congress, in relation'io
in about four hours: In iGee4oeing an act was.passedexploding'pap: ras good "I shall be guided,-sir, solely by'my own the Prfsfdentpf'the! United' Stitca,
; twelve thousand of.the nobility 1 andi f9rchildienall younkers I being: now..borawithdouble pleasure.. He then entered the cemetery, -and instrur.fingtthem to 'otcr' '(lun. '

i gentry: were entertained, .by, the;Lord Mayors ,( ,teeth all, round; and table io where the body was deposited in the place, ging 'from records"of: the 'Senates, the I
in the great room of the Mansion House chow beef and mutton. This law,.it''is preparedQany,years, ago for: itettecqjtion. resolution .condemning iho conduct of tliu
bn tbesite br.\Vbi once stood the House considered;l mll I 'matenallybenefit'he'ag! 1 The placd'for, fir s, interment cf thu new 'resident with.regard,to deposited, &c.
Df Jlfcfuge.. Four thousand three hundred ricultural interests, by1 J increasing'.the'; emperor is already designated. .#-, r .. "
'6f thecompaiw: being i members of.the newTeinpetanco wand 'fpr\'animal ood>-|[ O*.'or Cam! ;; -S ) The Ship Susan arrived at Boston, from
I left.under the
Society, ,were and'Negro Emancipator s EMIGRATION i* :TIIE; RIGHT 4VARTE. $. the Cape of Good Hope, 'has brought tho
,table white! nearly half as'ma y more, be- 'tofCfjtfy, 935. "By an express arrivedlast The tide ofcrafgration;; 'has, at last taken following rich cargo of'wild animals scvtnty
i ,g"'Grahautes'were; able to,walk, home, night from his'Majealys? terrestrial dominions the'righUdrhund extended '
; to the tender: iix 5n number, to ,'Messrsy Macomlor,
i ; each' between.\,' two assistants;[MorningCourier' we learn:,a#vtolent.'rebellion! has] sex.; Itislcnowii: ;, that, t the predominence Welsh, Gray;and()Jt nor, viz! : (Elephant?,
broken out in the Mc>on> originating 'with 6f the'feraalcQye'rthe/inale l 1'' full
sex in Massachusetta 'Iargd.;Rfln9) .eros, > I grqwn Ostriches,
'FEB.' J; 1935.. ;: 'Three balloons l with the Irish convicts.: Their: first step. J in' qr-5 )is :|astonishingly great In many 3 Bengaland..". African Leopards, G White t

! four hundred.convicts,were despatched this der to prevent detection, was, to. pur'oul towns the proportion ,is two to'.one, and in Vultures Secretary' irdsor, Serpent Eaters
'4 morning to'aid' in colonizing, the !loon. ; the'Moon and'seyeral'of ,the;J large,stars.I .-* the ;whole State Uhe .excess is more' (ban ; Cassaway Bird, 3 laughing"Hyena?,
!In the Moon has been '
Thp'Mari \ n m'Vt1Cfrot I The Irish'executive we/e.accordingly com- 'fovTteenthou3&nd; Thespheie of Woman'susefulness : Strand, 'or-Bench do., 3, Spoiled do., 1Benmil
of hformerkiugdom, ,; and itfs i> pelJed.to'contract with the;Manhattan : of'course' )must.''bo much cir. or Roval 'Ticer. 5 Porcupines, a
( expected the convicts i ,will..be employed inmanufacluring Company for lighting he Moon here Whereas '
t ? ( eyerJ.night.'for ; | cumscfibed ; 'at the West, full grown Lion-and LionessJ 2.'young do.
nevi; beams:: to,, \supply the, one. year>-Pilot ,and'Mercury;,:' ': : whither ouryoung and>energetic male pop do., J. Tiger. cat,$ JTackalls Java Pony,
worn' 6nes of the Moon also 7t"1In ; ',,*
out .and anew I .
i < ....oii. ? I ulationis'going; in every department of rMohg"ocs2'Popnaror HindosjarV''Bears,

Jupiter,,Venus, andaomcotherminor( ,. the subjoined exetfrodia,ii is course X female)ndustrV, she can become eminently 2, white and one caestedi'elicnns2.f ; Zebras,
niteHation3'frorn foil and
C ,,; ;,1iitity.of ,
recently delivered by Dr..chaining the useful. Teachers are needed in schools 1 large
quicksilver which.i :was exported( with i them, l on co6'a'crane'ti: ,J iiinorantmals.
fDaIIY ) i sufferings'of.\the poor, there is strongftruthf : ,,domestic :companions are wanted bl'YQung the .... I
t.: f presented in A novel manner. \Vetsenoo; men,and more female! industry! is ,injurgent CAUTION .TO. YOUNG Tnttvis BY,AW our
% tRcu :'1O,: 1935.. Every .body was* {much, value .upon 'Physical conafortJand : demand at the West We are OJTE.:-A fellow named Willou'ghhy. lately I
itt 'stairing! I lasteycning adhe new Moon and [are too apt to think'that if we,supply roOd ''sed '''to': leamj therefore'that .a Cm plea.of anivedfrom London, wascoTmrtted a few :

,I Hii stars,.; j completely turned night.into' >and clothing to the indigent that their wants II (i ndustrousenergeticcapabloaiId;, l leJh- days since for a pctit.lnr.entD: ; iing the
i daybgingr the first time lighted with gas, are relieved.'' 'These are the least* wants, gent jopng Women, are about to start from short'timeof. 'his.detention iajtlie1 5tty\ prison

t in contradistinction the old oil ;:system.,, j particularly Jn this,country,.those'.who this, ,town.forthe: great West. They go previous to'being |eu't"to; Bridewell, he
4 There. id no end jo the march tof in'ellect. ; are to'ba'benefited by benevolent exertions. (out under the protection a gentleman, \jrote the following, couplet with .charcoalon

i,' < ,\ / r[Eroding horoscope 'The, dollar that,is thus spent upon the adult ;and we are sure they will be Welcomed with the wall or I he eel l):- J ** "

,..APRILt21r31935.) ''The hew'suspension paupe.r' body, would.have worked a: bun- ,as much joy there, as.was the -cargo of "He,vot prigs,vo t lio't. hu'a > ,
bridge betweenRNerir! "York' and1 Liverpool l; : {dred fold more good bad it been given to' ;young women brought to our shores in ,the If be'a'cutch'd lie. goes'to prison- .
1 will completed; by the first of. :May. f It' satisfy the'mental wints. 'of the negectedchild { early s ttlenientor this'countryr: A wide Cour. Eoq, ',.
is supposed to bo the'longest in the world, .-JBalt"Atm. .' geld of".usefulness and industry and means L. 2 [ *
t' the journey between jtheso 'two Queens of 'of doing great good is.spread: out before I .o'0--'
"The outward condition of the poor is a ; TIn, Cow>T.4W'e*, on<\erstand'that,
th ..eaatcrn and western, hemispheres, 'may bard J1ee\ 'I.\mean"DQt 10'aiti :is!:U with them, and although we"don't like to.have those concerned have aba'ldoiiC4'thej' ca..

iti now. .be accomplished in 14 hours This the apathy of the stoic to deny' that pain : themindulge! in many Visionary speculations of.rebuilding rig .convent in\ this. city'or !in-
I stupendous work vies in beauty'and usefulness evil, privations a loss of good. But yet for six-pence apiece, we' would'tSure NewlEpgland: ,,and that.the Ursulices will.'

\j with the Imperial! Rail Road from pa.rhttoC4atpa.'r4Daiij when I compare' together different classesas them husbands.. Nc-rthamp.. Court : go cithe: ?, ?.CartaiL .or'tt, Florida..! which

\ ; Omnibus Journal. existing at-thls! moment in.the civilized, n. ,latter: place it, contemplated' topurchasoa

II. 3esstyraM' ,4935., HisJMoalGiteiousMa.; World, I cannot.think thedifference between SAGACITY or A, JmuNA: Spaniard large.tract of lar/d'io be'connectcd'witb. (
; artga| H/ attended by) the \Lord the'rich and the in the"mere' ba'a ll> t ''' .
{ add honored poor, regard to ur.Dcymet;: with an American Indian -> o. u .oe, I J.iIf. < ..
;,4 Chamberlain suite with heTffea* physical tuffering, so great as is sometimes, to'the midst of,'a desert Tbey were 1 t ... ":;.O- t I, 9 .J,
trefcJlojaVJjpsdwjiyrtaDtf bis ,
presence imagined ;Tbat .some of the both on borsebackl:
I indigent 'fhcSpaniard 'I LAJTP
: 1 lasVevVnipk,i On being seated in tteR6yal fearing PIRATES.-Thegrand.jprysittJpg
: among us die of food 'is'' bu horse would
scanty undoubtedly not be able
I to perform the'Joum at :Trenton, New .in connexion with
band tho
Bpx,,tbo, ,struck up nationr Jersey,
true; but vastly more in this cemraunitv ,asked<< the Indian
: ,whose horse the United Slates
r nthemofom, now wbich.wasrap-* die was ; District Court,have found,
t from'eating too'much; than from and ''
: young vigorous; to:maktfatTexcharige indictments
.the brilliant audi against for t perso s,tncJ9dinR.
turpusly by
applauded< eating-too little vastly 'more from with him' which'the %.
; excessthan : ; Indian oJ'
course two justices of'the* %r 1
re- -
ence. ,&gur4VmtyifTA: *>armtagrandeonjpf taryato! So The peace beingtoncemed
lw 1 as to.dothing,; many fused. Spaniard sough a cause of In the plunder of the Jl.lifii Pshcr
| made hiS
.celebrated jFo&t,: first sMrei.1rorti want of defences
with him
agaipsuhe quarrel
pqthia occasion Tinder the ,.and 'being, ,well aimed, and the Henry Franklin,vtbich'wergdriven
appearance patronage cold; there is vastly mats suffering easily seized! the horse
I pf bis A gus'A1aJeat,. His voice, ; among.,the rich from absurd and crhnical iinued his The he'wanted&q.iJ: } con- ashore. etrl3iiniet. ; /tf l'

a superb)autrcto,owes much fitS volume modes'of dress, which fashion has sanctioned him! info the journey next ,town,and lodian made his pursued "' .... .-...-....1.... ,\ 1.0 r
eM/eadiflcs tb9 Dew metal tuba constructed than tmongthe poor from deficiency the judg coroifeSSJ0 PATtosa'Tbefleecy; .clouds of>morning -
J; fran, hia! windpipe,-of which hahtj of raiment. Our daughters are oftener o iged to appear and Spaniard was we/e now tinged with nature1) 'richest-
;iweQty.nuie.' :' Ho sang! the :opening ; bfCuJhUo theirgnpe by their rich attire lie treated the Indian the horse; vermillion.tbc': 'sun'\f. just lifting1; his radiant -,
; : as a cheat .
chorus: of the 9Jc1. opera of Der JVe&fcft, thin our beggars by their nakedness.. 'So that the horse affirmed head above the stately "trees of'thaj
with the apt:admirable: effect, The belonged to him, and 'that ;forest...the ; !
i i man" the poor are often overworked, but they he had reared;it from a foal. There, featherednHandelsorpamra4sang
sger of jbftRffitn.! ogtta Ju"Rik_. .S suflifr lesa :than among the mil who have no proofs to .the, contrary ,and were I forth their sweetest co/afo and the
.11': tht
we itlidT4&ncS oferOd to do judge universe'ba l Orrowed/the .rpbefl' (? ,,
i hF- : nothing to no interesting object Ju fill perplexed was going to send the ipleadej ay
., l pec pt."lndl Iw 'to eatisfy'th4 infinito : .when lifbiorepeautiul{ than Diana'
) oal of
up crav&gs of., court,.,od disaisa
thoprocess'wb >
i ,
."' ..,.),,)1 I. f' f walked out to foed hiGkeu." F
I ,.it ....tt..c ; .
'!$. .... ._ : '"

'. 'J.." _d_' ..'-- "':...' :..._:.__ .U ..,.. .....
SI- ,razor.in his chamber's!the Norfolk Houiej; | before the cambers'.' 11to the successionit ELLEN MALLORY .. t !

Tire ENQUIItELj .. Roxbury, Mass. ;;; I is said that the Queen's youngest sister; .' In Attachment HI'"S. I .
the Princess Amelia,would be preferred by JOIN R. WESTE;RN '
j .JEYVJ. $'r, SOUTH FLORIDA, : The Court Martial demanded by,Captain, j the people, to either of the Infantes,\,,Don LLthoteincrciled.JwiHJafco t:! \ t notice \:

'SATU DA.'Y.JUNE 20, 1835./ I Read of the Navy,in consequence of, sev4 Pedro's brothers.. His stated that on his I, that the said suUl&asJIc i}ncom; on- ',
; eraf severe stucturcs on his conduct in thq death-bed prince Augustus requested the coo? attachment in tho .Superior Court }

; 'rir'r9 MASTERS JJ OF VESSELS-* newspapers,has been granted,and will cent imilian Queen ,to now marry in his his'17th younger year.brother The' reportof Max for Monroe by County and arc notified Ho i cl ,

A nVessets passing Sand Key Lightshowing'their 'vene at Baltimore t'ld June. Commoidores the Queen's being enceinte is contradicted. plead to tho dcclatation filed herein.:''

( private signals, or any designating Diddle, Ridgely, ard Downes, Cap [r30-3tnl'' A. GORUON Au', Cot'tyfl.

rnark.will be reported to tho Key West{ twins Cassin,Dallas, and four Juniors W lt. A file of Lisbon papers to the 14th April William H.: Shaw,

Enquiter and their safety,bus madeknown, ] compose the Court. < ? have been received atiB6ston.: They contain "'vs.'g'g In Attach. '
to owners and underwriters. Commercial. ,i but little of interest. On tlio 12th, a John Copland, Ex'r ot" the } mcnt. ,
SUMMARY OF NEWS IN LVTC PATERS. i deputation from the Chamber of,Peers presented
papers throughout the United States will last will and Testament of ;
YJREIGN.-ThtJ, most important for a petition to the Queen, urging her, 9 '
please notice this regulation.Up .. eign intelligence is tho of the Indemnity tor the 'food of the State, to arrange another J.It.Baron. ,

r. to the time of our going to, press, tbe Bill by the French passage Chambers by a marriage as soon as possible. ALL persons the above interested suit wi has)jl take been notice. I
mail: packet from Charleston, which saild vote of 289 to 137 against it-on the 10th Baron William Humbolt,minister of stateto rnencrd by attachment' and' notified
are to
the King of Prussia and brother to the ,
V on the u' 4th iost. had not arrived._ April" was an amendment attached celebrated traveller is dead. plead to the declaration filed herein, .

to the bill, to which Ministers assented, A, GORDON PI'fls'Atty.
There of !Mount Vesuri- !
The case of tho Scbr. Galaxy, wreckedi was an eruption \1
that the is not to be A(1Ti125( 1835. ;
indemnity paid until us April 1st (28-12w1 ;
t'on her from Havana Apalachicola -
I voyage the French shall have received '
government Tha excavations the ancient
decided by arbitration last week and"sixtypsffcent. making PIIISubscriber would inform his friends ,
was satisfactory explanations with regard to tbePresident' town of Vulcia, near Rome, have brought that he is prepared,to
on the nett proceeds was
to light three colossal statues in marble and f a
attend business
Message at the opening ,of the to any that may be entrultcd -
awarded to the Salvors. last Congress" one in bronze with bas reliefs,,columns 'to his care in tho i .
bearing Etruscan and Latin inscriptions, "
Our market being ratherscarce of muttonchops The Liverpool Journal of the 25th April AUCTION COMMISSION LINE, ', ,,'
cups,vases and instruments of gold and sil His office is up stairs in Mr. F. A. Browne's
some person' lias, made free to bear observes ver. Ware.(louse, where bema} it all times be ;

off our theepjoot. We would advise themto "Every amendment proposed by the opposition The following is said to be the weight of found. ,. '

return it as soon as convenient, for fear (except one) was rejected. After the principal bells in Europe: lie takes this opportunity of rendering
might have to hetp them digest it. the bill was passed,opposition proposed, Empress Anne's.Moscow 43 ,OOO Ibs. thanks for past rayOn,aDeI >hopes, by unremitting I !
we first that no interest should be paid, and Boris Godinuf e, do 288,000 attention to business 1 i ', to merit t
It is rumored In fbW'O, that GoernorEa-, next, that the interest should commence Novo orod, 70,000 continuance of public patronage. J]

ton, now, on a visit to Tennessee, does not only from the day on which the bill was Amboise bell Rouen, 40,000, := JOS. ,A, THOURCW.U I,
passed. The Chamber of Deputies .' [Dec. GtRi4 -1fJ
nega Vienna cast from T'sh can. 40,000 I 'I"
of Flo- ", .
intend return to his Government; tived these propositions ; consequently the! Erfurt, Saxony ,30,000 .. I
.rida. The Governor it is said intends ellI whole sum of 25 millions francs will be paid Great Tom, Oxford 18,000 I In the Superior: Court, of**the Southern fivdicial I

rtablishing plantation Red River. Can together with full interest from the date of St. Pants, London 11,400 :' District of Florid}I.:*

the'Tallahassee papers inform, whether. the treaty. The arrears of interest will Great Tom,Lincoln, 10,400)\) Richard Roberts,'' j ':' .? I
amount to nearly 5,000,000 francs. All, I
York, ,
6,000 i
the is true. ..fr .VS. ,;ct': )fr
report I therefore that France has gained by the de i
lay-by the shabby shuffling about the whole nEFLY TO"MEET ME 1*MOONLIGHT ALONE." 57 Bales of Cotton pick- ? Admiralty }i
Ware sorry to learn by. late arrivals business-by the attempted tricking-by ,fly7l1lsbPardon.x cd up at sea. ",,1 *fA h
from Havana that it is sickly LL persons interested in the above'case
very among the Rim of national swindling( amounts to I "
Meet moonlight Ob 7".
by ,
yon no notified
are hereby that all the residueof
tho shipping in that barbor. this:-first,that the national vanity has been rl really'can't do such a: thing- the money for which the above Cotton i
sorely wounded by the threats of the Amer- For scandal, 'very well know 'sold l
you was by the Marshal of this District '
exchange must excuse us this beau President eecondly'tha'c the honor of '
Our ;
Is ever too swift on the wing ; after the of the and
,three weeks past, as we have not been ableto ,, France has been tarnished, in the eyes of I'm exceedingly subject cold,: lea in said payment cause,has been salvage paid into the expen Registry
issue our regular quantity in consequence, Europe, by this' swindling transaction; and, And I cannot be lookibe my' b'cit oC tho Court where, it will remain

'of Dot having paper sufficient.The the thirdly"money, that since full the interest must was signed.be paid on. If to )'ou'while roy heart I unfold,; for nine months.:unless ,sooner.clairoed.by .
treaty I should '
chance in the chest I
All considered on a,pain the person or persons entitled to the same,
things Fiance comes out
following memoranda was sent us by or Lis or their legally authorized agent.
of the business in a most pitiful and unenviable -
j 'Daylight will avail,
fully A.II.DAYClk.< T
the Post Master at Indian Key. It was p'
manner. It will be ll lesson to Louis'
For all that atom
have to tell If. K.;
you ; By DJO:
picked up on, the 90th May, about 8 miles Fnillippe for the future. And so'you can whisper the tale i 'to11m9m' ]
north of New River, on the beach. Cloak the matter as ,you will, America After luncheon strikes'mo as well. r r r, ..rrw 11r r-,;

Ship John Sergeants: of Philadelphia, I bMfrightenedFrance" into common bones- Oh t be sure not to ask me again, :NOTICE iV' 1
ty. >: For tho' dearly your flatteries prize, ; ,?
Christopher! ,Dyck, master, from New
The formation, ,of a, new Ministry with I am really obliged refrain COuECTOa'sQFFICS, X
Orleans bound to Philadelphia,sailed on the Lord Melbourne at its head, was made They say it's,so bad for the eyes. Key West, April 3V 1835.t J :*-

11th May 1835eight'days at sea, latitude I known to the British Parliament on thelSth [rf., y, Mirror. An Act of the Legislative Council o Florida
25 20 north,off :Largo, all well-who ,
Key; ,
10th Feb'
t April-and the Houses then adjourned to ,. approved 1832, preventing
ever picks up this bottle, is earnestly requested -t the 30th. New writs were moved for'elections i- ffiarCncgriteUCflcucc.. the migration of-free'persons'of color into \
to,state publicly the time and place the all
persons interested are requested
in the various districts rendered ;
\ that further proofmay be had of the, course \ va PQI9 \,KEY ,fSru to notice the followingtectioni s
cant by the appointments to the new minis
and velocity of,the gulf stream. k>> .:...,-. : AaartEJone Steamboat'Merchant of an'act' of the' Con the United
i ,try. 'S"Uerf'rom Baltimore Norfolk Charleston Statepproved 20th February 1803. '-
The' Steamboat Merchant, Capt1 Smtrn", On tho,8th April, the Queen, of Belgium ,and flt Augustine { 15-Sloop Morning ,W, milTEUEAD,. <*'t"
from Baltimore G'karleatonrrivedbereI was delivered safely of an heir. Star,'Denuon, Havana, to, muter j II I., < Collector.1'

I on the 14th inst., bringing Charleston, papers Gen. Valez, late' the War Minuter; act Sloop'Brill/tnt,Reef'to master; SloopHe- An Act to prevent the importation I
from of Minahis of re, dol do.; 17Sfopp i Alert, Packer'Ilav, of ccr
of'the ; June, and from New York to out the army plan :operations '
fainpcrsodijnto certain 'State
is represented as being to" concentrate ana.'to P-J; Footariej J Brig Somerset, Lewis *. where,
2Clh May. A summary of news, foreign his forces upon Biscay, driving the 8t.Marks, 0 days, to master;;Sloop Mary by the law thereof:their admisstohi*-
And domestic contained, in them will bo Carlists before him, and when be has them Ann,Martin, Havana,1 master; lAr-* prohibited. .n '

found in to-day's paper. there,compel them to submit, or bring,the, Sloop Loreto, Sawyer, Toftugas, molasses Sec. 1. De it enacted, From and, aflct '
The passage of the Indemnification Bill war to the issue of a single engagement.HdlfsteD" .- from, wreck' chr. Galaxy;to VT;II.Wall. the firs'h day of,April hexf; 'ho master'or"aaptaln '

by the French Chamber of Deputies, i* is said to be one of indiscriminate SAILXO-June London 15.-Schr.. AtlanticSawr.' of any ship or vessel J, orany' pthepbrson t H
New 10 jScbf Caroline
\ ; ,
destruction-neither the lives nor possessions yer shall br '
agreeable intelligence, althoughnot unexpected. 'Nassau U. S. Schr import bring, or cause |V
? of suspected Carlisle are to be spa WatliBgton, ; Transport;: be or ; I
During the final debate upon the red. A Motto,'Armstmngassaul.Ilaig,Algerine, imported brought'any; ncgrpj' mulatto '
bill,ah amendment, was offered :and passed, "He is said to be full of confidenceso( Cooper,'with Diving Bell,{fdr Reef; ,17- or other person, pf',cplor, not'being'I, :
> wu'Mi&ui before him); and so ",strongly* Steamboat Merchant, Swiler;;.Mobile; ) j' 18- riative, a citizen, or registered seaman ofthe. l
requiring in
satisfactory explanations relation tnis feeling shared by the Queen,that the Sloop''Brilliant, Egan: 'Reef;'Sloop Hero, United Stl\tcs4or'.eam: i n '..native otcounre i
to the language of the President's Message has postponed her departure for Ar'anjuez" Eldrldge, Now: York s' ,Sloop Mary'Ann; ..beyond the Cape of Good,:Ho'p (1' i

at, the, opening,of ,the last session; of and remains in the Capita, that she may ,, Martin, Havana t. j0 Sloop Morning Star, into any port or place of the United States

Congress. ,before the payment of:any portion the sooner receive,news of his success..' Denison. "',\New. ,Lpadoo.; ; ,. which',part or placei shall :bo siiuated *ii>* ;}
of the indemnity.. In the mean time the war" appears to bi 'I any state which b1.I I law hu prohibitedotf '
The carried. on with' frightful cruelties' op both ,OTICElSHEREBY/GIVENi, '1i3tlf shart'l'.ohibH this a4misstonor
northern .
papers.suppose this was appended sides. General Cordova, in the, north, ij importation
to the Bill; merely for, the sake of said, opt only to have burataCarlist,hotpi-; s f the books receiving eubscrip'lions'taTUie ) rt'f such Wnrrt.mnJniln>< ,'I for other potion Of-
I '
form, and. that it will;only be :necessary for tal, but to bare' executed'all the sick and Capital Stock of the SOUTHERN c o ;;.!it I}d.Jr.,ay'captaidor: !master'afoie/i
the President to reiterate' the language of wounded he found id ''it.A villlgenain; INSURANCE AND TRUST COM.; std, '9rauy other JJ aU iroport6rt:
the in.the clause Licareoz bad been destroyed by Gen. Gras PANY,: ,will ,bo 'opened at' the'office'of: being,prcause to be'Imported, or ,brpubtt'' '
message immediately following and he had issued a proclamation, threaten Thomaa Douglas Esq. in 'the City 'of'8t'. "ioto .anydf: thtfp" rti' or pla'C .'irorealud;: .
that to subbed hey object, "iz :- ing a like tate,to such places as should imi i 'Augustine, on the second day 'of Noveai.ber -' any of ttbe persons whose admission or inh'portation'ts"prohlbcoo ,

"Such a'measurethat .adopting systemof tat e.the example,o( its inhabitants. next at 10 o'clock A.- M.:,'tad'will be : ; as aforesaid, he

reprisals iA; case of the1 non-passage of garramurxli The bead,quarters' to of-have Don Carlos been broken at Zu-* kept open, from time to timo"by:adjournment ''I shall fprfeif' end ,pry thel sam'of ono thou.:T
the law ought 'not to 'be considered appear : until the wbolo of;the Stock ahall Mod .Z '
) by up by the advance ofJ Gen Graa. : be dollalqr'. .eacls ,and every negro,
France, u a menace' -Her pride and power The health'of! Gen.' Mina is said to be ,subscribed. ,not'exceeding thirty days f mulatto, or other person of color afpfesaidrl i

are too well known to expect any thing from seriously'impaired, and hie'speedydusolud LOT :CLARK, i brought imported uaro esald.'o bet) eole i

her fears ,and preclude the necessity of a tion was thought not improbable.. General ROBERT RA YAJOND-REl ,' '' $'for and recovered by an.action of 4ebt,*
( declaration that' of the Osma (royalist) died suddenly,Alcala de THOMAS 'DOUGLAS.. .. I '
nothing 'pirtaking Menares in : : *
inNanrre. early April.Symptoms __ Comm llo7lerl.. ;
character intimidation i, '
intended '
was '
by of agitation bad brokea out it
tts." Cadiz ; and at Saragassa there had been a<, I ; J oe'201836',, ,- ; 0'(34.401, ,] ,, ....,f, the, other 'halrJ ':anv, PC1IUI1or.oen- ... -._-ntlf- '," i '"t.'
The King is to,be the judge of the explanation tumult In which teD:-monks were slajnj, and; ; prosecuting for fbo penalty t md lo anf tc)
several other persons wounded. ;Jt appear. I :MARSIIAL'SSALE.ivfetae ion instituted for tho'recocr1o'-tbe' pea;
given.-' ho"eerto' ,hare arisen solely from some., : Y 'of a stirfdr writ4: of'fii: ft: 'to thy aforesaid, the person, or:persona wed
We may therefore c*D'td'raU' .. difficulties I local cause. medirected,,''delivered from e par be held lo *V 1.W\iProvUedt&\
with France"at an end ,eo,( I Accounts from Lisbon are to'th'e 12th of ,1 jon.fSuper orCdUd, o .the'Bmttliem ''Ju- soar*, Thai Ddtbip'g-iontainedt in!'this ryactr

:D.o.M.ESTr e President intends April. Quiet! and anost'foyalfeeltngtrq: .',, 'dicta:i ]district of Florida I.will,sell to the: shall be 'construed to,prohibU I the; admiaa r4 t
passing the Summer tombs at the Rip Raps, seated ward the to widowed prevaiL young There Queen'ue bad indeed repreI been-' igliest bidder, for cuat the Court House; sioo'of Indians '' ., r ; ".-iffite.

TheLegislature J of,Ohio was to have met I a'disturbance on the 26th March, but it was' :;door in the city of Key West,\on Ube'6tb ..-'2i l/o'fjfiia; or vesselarrivtngtaanj '? 4 f
: directed solelysgainst pie Duke of PalmS day of.July, 1W5, all the right,title, clip'.Ina : bf'tbe iiid rts.or. pracesofiheUnifed: *

on the 8th inst.in performance Governor of a special, la, who!is very unfopulaipd rborp: some; interest of John Harris' ,to the following. States,;-and having .on board ,sny negro,"' i r 1
proclamation of the to take:into not very wise members of .the mob racy"'; 'described. property mulatto air other person,of color/ ,not beuijwtft

consideration it Is supposed,the differences: chose to suspect having' .50Ded Prince tone negro man named JACK,aged,about native,a eitlzenr ,Registered seaman of e>

between that State and, the Territory of Augustus, for the sake' of' marrying: his'owo.: 4$: years., One negro stain named BEN,; the United,' flUttJl or seamen.. 'Datives, ft-

Michigan.relative to (boundary line. : son by to the a crowd Queen:denouncing Hi* residence was beset aged about.35 rears One negro,man fca> countries beyoiul the Cape pf Pood.Hopeas'aforesaid .f'

The Baltimore'Convention, for the, purposes j him, but the tumult was seen veigeanceagainst appea- jDed J I about 23 year One negro ,'shall>be! admitted to aa. 'entry, ;.
of nominating! ,republican candid ,'sea by the manly conduct.ot the Dub de woman' named, 8ABINA; 'about 22 'Terceira' who ,,with i .hetjipfaateon named->>arid 'of' .
Us for the office! of President and Vice went unarmed in the midst age tersbq # rom oa.s
President of the rioters and drove them ,way like a 4 about 12 monlbaoJdj > I .ray shlpor fiD 140y or.the pOI1I .. '
at the next election,'was held nn flick of sheep. The Duchess of Palmeila One male and txrtcuelioiaeatyof ,Atianti-. or1aceesforgaild i Qr on.\bO coast,'oT : rtiob

May liit. Martin Van Bursa was nomina and her;daughters took refuge in the hou\e salt,. rqetchandize1! &c; fee. ,Levied state prohibiting! Uif.dfQ''ioa or, iwporta-fnf' *

ten fur the Presidency-unanimously: ,>;and" 'of the British Consul.' Throughout af on and toJbo told AS,the .propeHy'Of said' ,' as'treea4a{ Uio said sbbipoer"" ;' ,
Richard M.'Johnson ioryic* President by fair elite, there or revolutionary was not the feeling.gbe least trace. of Mfgu Hirris'toHfitfy' wnd"JG obtained' CogetbYith Jr t Uckle; sail fut 1 4Aitmreebitlbereat
a vote of 178 to '87, "Web, were given for funeral of the Prince took; place'00.the inlbe 8e rtfpcTHOMAAJMtTriN tbtPI tot 14dStalear: i r ,

Wm. C, Hire: 1I \ ",hC March, the .public: "efiDDi.Dr.k' Sale..tlt1 i'tW'tWaJ 'Paj ,rsto end ctiv "t.r&Ja .; procwdfof"he''t! ,
deepest sympathy be pW r k. o "'ftJ) foA .t jaureaact.w.'ul ;
i I Dm. DATES,Surgeon of the United SUte* itigrt # ''ipl4f.
NavycooimCited uicido' The succession to: the throne in gasp of U. 8. BL. .tlet U *rfoaiorWhose ,I. IIOM q: .
; oil the Slit Inst the Queen's demise and tho'e at ibe .
dieq josjEyi 'fUO\BOHttpty.! in&raiifloa seizure oauch for: 1
by cuttiar bfsibroa: i irotri sap Jq' ..-.)ebb Ii" '*uCond marriage; sad been twice brought* Key WejPunTi+ 1B35. [3Uubf reitJrelbaU_ be made.



1 the.City of TallahaaseeFloridit, A.treekly'newspaper grivinga and descriptions of the charecfor

r 1 ,. > \ 1 TIIEN, ..YORfIEitwill be entitled the Tallahassee; Ga habits, iicf of Bird, Beasts, Fishes, and

.., ',,,,r- lortr 2., rT1IrPot On Saturday the : col t 'tettemrd ceceraMoertiier" Its column' Insects, together with every subject conne t)
issued the first number or: utoecofldtime {, bl ,ted with the Geography,
will devoted to Politics, Internal, Imp History, Natural
) c.If", 'wjr :rER.ee of ,Tn* N .Yoada'r gad thb'pu 'prot eats,and General Intelligence,c6m-- and artificial resources of thecqtmtry, illus|
:> '." amyl,**. r. ootrft>>. Ushers, trust this early announcement wil Hattract. prising the news of the dir, both Foreign rated in a familiar and popular manner -
''O;"hy1 do I hold'thee ray fait only 1 rose the seasonable attcntion; f all W ,and Domestic. : ').' < .vv BOSTONBEWICKCO: t

1 \ it, And'j) M''bdgbtlittle'treaiareiodear Wtfibee a thousand times better; than, w hg.oGoiso. IQ comalc1co ,the I,( ..wbt.that In accordanbe :with cu3tordthe publish.. No. 47 Cotirt'Sttcet.QjEditors' .

tbdre,, .>.crJP\iou. l time. .. ; '
sJt to thousands that lately,were here. *'ins NEW'-YoRKKB will 'codbnnotdpru lay before the public an analysis of the plan the United State?, who will publish the

Because, like. a friend, when the many de-' : servo the general character i on bleb the Gazette will be conducted. foregoing Prospectus, and notice the contents .

Fart, | t far secured it the approval 0(a steadily and They will endeovor steadily to keep in '' of the Magazine: from time to time,

"?As'fortune's cold storms rather round, rapidly increasing patronageand *popularity view landmarks'of the Constitution of shall be entitled to the first vplume.;
'Till all Irpm, .without chills the desolate, 'its
with thespbeth.oF
commensurate the
'Ife'art l the United States, by which tbey-hoPe to Any person remitting Agent, by mail,
] plan
to :circulation. The peculiarities Oi!( its As moderation paid, Ten Dollars, shall I
Mf swce winter !tower thpu art found. and we, steer. their course aright. post .receive six i
I Because, bat for.me (bou,hast budded and\! were adopted after much ref1ckon; and firmness will be our motto, we will bo,, copies for one jear-and continued! 33 long

,:/ 'blow, have not learned tfia'tits prom'mentfeatureshave slow to brand with heresy, those politicianswho as the money is regularly forwarded.

'., .I look.!with such: fondness, ,.on.tlsee-, failed in a single point to receive the may honestly.differ ,in opinion, fromu A liberal price will be paid for appropriate -

1:;y jThat! w bile ,fare no ether, I, call thee mji : approbation of its 'patrons'and the public. ?. It .is .our design fairly to report the and well written articles, or drawings,

i .. own, The paper will continue to be arranged as passing political news of the day; the political illustrative of national subjects, possessing

lAn t dfeel thou art Uvintlor me. ..follows: views that ,occasion interest ''Subscriptions received
I'I f \ -J're; studied toy delicate'form; J. Literary Department-Embracing the t we maYl1.nye to at this II
-"Till reared from the advocate,shall be dispassionately discussed, office. .
; root.to the flower, form 'bt' the paper: ;,and -
.;r bat.opens$ to Jpy,4h>..easen of norm,' whole outer : columns of Reviews presenting so far as we aro 'concerned; and we hopeour "tJ O P.EC'j1U '
v twelve'amplq .
: To brighten.tbjdreary-an hoot' friends who may favor us with communications .. or TnrAMA'R'ANTH
Itt j 'Jlow' ',could! Is?lavishly scatter, sight 6f New Publieationsl0rig'taal and Selected'Tales'Essays,1Poem3l I will observe the same rule l ,J otherwise :
On those,\hat the summer inn : : Anecdotes' ,oVc. &c. ,
gay will be In the observance
they rejected
Had nursed contributions ibis.depart- A Semi-montbly. Journal of Literature and
with\ its) beami,when find such The original; to '
"' ae igb, ..-. meat are regularly and promptly paid for ; of this course, we shall act with strict the Art,.

*' .'Troin haying loving but one.' and in addition to the many,wi hers,who impartaality. B. Brown, G.. II., Brown, Editors.
? And:whl hpu' dost modestly blush at the have'favored us with, articles during thepast It will be the aim -of the publishers;to More: than two years have elapsed since
.. ., praise,, i render to their patrons all the-satisfaction
? the commencement the Amaranth
and whose will continueto '
yeaf essays and
1' : '.That thus I in seqret bestow,, tlie they are capable of, bearing in mind the during that period,it has'received a f
enrich our columns,we have<< 'pr6mise steady
"It heightens beautr, and.nlr can raise'i bid "they'tbatwould please} body increase of ,
i Tbe strain. ,higher and l gher to floral ;:* of assistance from others whose names'are age every patronage. ,'ro, be in fault is
the common lot of
well known,'to their[ will please ftobodyNIn humanity! and we makeno

Althbugb'l .thou must, droop.. as. our dearest, already We do not parade the names, ;as countrymen.i is tho fash avowing! however, a design to pursue pi etence of an exemption from the charge;
ones will, a'course untrammelled by the shackles of however,our intentions are to have as few
>i : ion of some but we confidently appeal to \
; while
,errors as possible' we endeavor that
would be understood as
decline.34pdia any,party, we not
: ri.h' thee the experience the past'"year; as affording oar productions shall be acceptable to our
indifferent the of
I 'J'.UII i earnest being to importance cor. readers j'and the
; : an our zealous, untiring;and we by community in
Ueciuse,thou hist,cheered me'in mine. altogether unsuccessful exertions rect principles. They wish however distinctly general. The Amaranth takes no part in
to Have t it known, that they will neither tie discussien of religion or politics, and
'cbaracter'of ,
Then hallowed like dust, of a 'friend.in, the render literary the New a
lead the van nor follow the'train of adhering this rule,we have excluded
tomb, Yorker inferior to,that of no"j journal of its ma. 1
Designing Political Intriguers, who are men nv artielesfiamitscolumns The sarn... '.19.
..n..lay. _.thypale.____ ,_Ig'>aresaafeaway_ ;" <_ \ :. .. class in this,country' .. of in their ulation will be continued, although elegance- -- :
.6UIu-" UCII principle proportion to interest.
( .nl' ? .IUill gl 1 .eJD IbO II. Political ence.--lm' this department' I
.ei bloom s '' Several columns of the Gazette will be' power and poignancy may sometimes re.
alone ,jdoes Uie New-Yorker ceive 'denial 'The is bow
pro- a -work:
: permanently
f ;.Tbatbrigbtened'mydzrkatatrrdat.. 1) sent an anomaly-in the lustorypf..the'news Appropriated to Essays of a moral and miscellaneous established.although at its com
I t
'CoN; :lrnglandJlfagazrne. /, ) character, under the head b.
of mencement there
V Our
I \ 'ct" paper press 'the, Ilion*. plan embraces ;were probably those who
I the collection! of every} important Reading for Saturday Evening.11 presaged its duration to be but like Jonab'a

\.. k.I 'THN COii4 .t iAEqr.; ',: item'of political intelhgence4wbiitcver befits The publishers are fully aware qf the gourd. It has bt'enpatronutd by those

)#'l1I Ko If.Sinofirey'ftne;: American lie. character and bearing-in the'language difficulty ,their undertaking,, out placer whom we should feel proud to name, ben
., ;; we permitted i /and'of continued kindness .
,,* /fivj 'v' of historical record with
1 and the strictest I '
fl tmani.: and attention bare
we assurance.
believe that a (diligent attention to business
I ,
'?0r01 toil grit! 'ephemeral regard, to the preservation of:an.unquesf The columns of the Amaranth embnco
ye fwD, and a zealous effort to servo the public,will
Who, build in the.tossing and treacherous tioned neutrality; between; the contending' original tales, essays, &c. from the pens of:
main: : JL ; ." parties i ,, 'opirlionssectional! divisionsexisuoin secure to themselves a liberal; share of pat. well known and distinguished writers, and

,, ,,' "8ilotrr-foi tharvIsdorn of nan ye-mock-, I the couhtryV The; Editor refers ronage. we intend hereafter;to pay,forsuch articles
With J9ur sand-ba1l aj<,tt cturei and domes with, AI t proud:satisfaction to 'the fact, that The City of Tallahassee being 'located.in \as'shall be 'acceptable,'from those whose
: -of rock:' "" :) throughout tho'ptyear;'he has'presented the centre of Florida, and surroundedby communication will add 'interest to any

YouicalamdlU1 fathomless fountains lave, a minute;circumstantial l acconnfof all ( many natural advantages, possessing in work extant Wo are aware it will put us
andjyour'arehcsp) g'f,to'the crested ,a given aroand its centre 'a I much'expense, but we are resolved to do
the election which have taken in theseveralStates'during"an space larger
'. "' place I
'1. ( populationthan that of other every thing i in,onrpotver to:render the work I
.f'e4e'a puny. ,to boldly rear :It" ; m n zttJy.ardentand r any 'portion worthy a'liberal inpport; and the only way
of the
: the limitshasbut
Territory within '
.A fabric. .c.1MtJ}A a.Kalinao drear, '> *. excited i canvass;without once incurring : ,to receire tbe encouragement of the public
./ v.t'i v It tbo-censure:;or, eveutbe;' eeption"ot;any one weekly newspaper. In addition !! Sit to pay for well written articles. We makeno
r. '
'lfebfodthiideep, "wiib-your'secret zooef r > politicaVtaurnal. And! ,' whileJie".reserves* : "to this thereare.manyvaluable4secUonsof. j\ pretensions to a superiority over,other
XU4 otf tS U.scal'J,and the p' 'lql'Intone; to himself the ngbhqitucumrnenting; : :briefly r 'country, whiclf We doubt not, will boon be '! literary( *,ivorker jwfi.liaw;rio bired editors!
p teslifwreaths from ntbVco'ral : brought into cultivation should the t to puff US' into notice do send forth
pavements but freely,on the. of the day and of present I per vie a
topics : '
: ,. priujfx \r otfCriegaucIEkUggesttcti cf "'of :prices: of the great staple of the country be '. long-winded prospecttts, to truntj t our own
',Like the! tPrracedl prfde. f Assyria's king, the Ushe4p' maintained; which must considerably aiigjneatthe 'literary oDscIlUeDc'o1u14 promising to outdo
.The: ,turf. looks green where tbe brakers times may seem1oeqbl he yet holds population of the Territory. :I all others.: 'o'out'jottrttiilc gspeakforitself ; (

*, *'r ll'd, ., ? ? r'r! : him pledged thatsa'tdrtemarksabaliiointerfeMe ;; l From ,the considerations 'staied above'we ,asdwewibh'fordo one'to subscribe,
:O'er1 the in any' jtie : unless he thinks, it
whirlpool ripenitho.nng orgoU, ; ; materialdegree-with, d.oserring.bf patronage.
,+'ThC kea-eflatc&'d isle is the bona; o>(:men, t ieway the doctrines.or the prospects; if any have uo hesitation in believing;that ..we'm Nothiog if!admitted\ into the paper which

f '4lDdinountEin5exult' 'here thti'k4vsth: politic c.t! pE ty. [He, &erillhes the Confidentexpectationtthatithe >IyiWith'confidence i ,rely for completesnccesCof"our 'does not possf' merit;*, 1bum"",poetry ((0)
been. .' .. files of the NeV YorkerViU ;; undertaking on the support and communications 1 dry andbackniedtubecb
M 1' $ R : t' ,.,' A of a ,public unless the '' } hereafter bo referred to for the truth generous a \ are
"Sut.why IOJ we4nt'pethbelifoIrditld of.. controverted rCowJJTJori3.-r-Tlie "Tallahassee Gazette entirelyexeluded.The selectioniare made

Ih. The w>e % I 'Peii hcotsaittt
mere are on ue ,rbich"the'Editors>
snares enougn len ea news ; are reguUrly -
f Mid the bldssom'd sweets, that the valleya'yield establishment; with'mutual 'deference ;.find anDum a 8ufcr.roy.l"sheet> at four dollars per : supplied,vri every thing'of interest I
'?-: ". !a\ V. \.J \ with'eatiraconvictio'o'cf'abaolutecertamty, payable ,in advance, >or on delivery! and importance will bare a place in its columns.

'M'i; ,''hgre: titrtl .Merpenl, "to cpil,<,|re ibo'8oireff: I 4 ,JIIffcWaljBAcaVme-Consistic or of thefirst j dumber;,, Four dollars and fit.iy'cents .: Jo ,noticing, new 'publications, we

,..,! -.r ,up \ ; '. 1 Foreigr\and; Domestic News,Literary'ltem, if paid n r'the c.xpiration! of,six "bave'apd shall continue lo take.anindepen-

.; 4rp'i a 'Qteou drop in man's purest oup\ \i Statistics! ,'Brief;Notices of the Drsme,.&c., .' in nthS',9i'fiv dollars. if paid at the close Beat course ;,'we shall _not be ppverpea by
"' are ,fter" ; thav.wateh for ha""cradle However it be the fortui S(,the.year. r.'l bribery'but; make our remarks'devoid of
or others
1' ; prOth, ._, 1 to obtain the confidence may v No subscription will be received for a less lear,or,tb"e hope otw'fsvbr: The drama shall
.4Ad yrby rne sd:ye SQW the floodSjWi h death and'patrdnage of not be altogether neglected.'but rec'eiveits
I. term than one and the will
i the year
i&l V. t public,on.the credit of prospective II- paper not' share of notice ; the musical departmeBt also -
With tnouldpr'irigbonathpdeepsaie i white,, : provementstand ,future:excellence,the publishers be discontinued Without- 'orders until r all. 'ar.rearageare ,-. : 'will command'a share of attention.
Vrora: theice-clad pole to the trppics bright! ,are' content to rest their:claims to ula.. 7 The work is embellished occasionally with

TbetaerroaMhatb 'twisted ber finger*,colt)' :public 'consideration, ,distinctly on what t :r 'The' first,, number wail bq issued during ngravinp executed in the best ma tJerand
'tyitb the mesh'of the sea-boy's,curls of gold};, } already accoroplishedahd j the ensuing! euq P.me .oV early in the fall.Camgrunications ,music with accompanimentfor'the'Piano: ,

,And the Cods of ocean have frowned,to see; r thoyhsvp}te,the patrons.of American reapecU literature addressed to the publishefsfnust : I Forte, flute, 4c. The tel'lnl. ,to;citl sub
'The'marlnep'tl bed in their halls of gl.e..' I 'to their be post paid. scribers,ono dollar and fifty .cents, in ad-
'U'> : ear ihf no, that hus'musti \ examine journal and judge twodolrars .
graves je. \ JOHN BALDWIN.r Vftnceor attbe end of six mOD tLt.A
what it wtU 6 f .
-st\lpread what iV.i .-
: a ,1 f'j our country subscriber; will be taxedpostage
XbeboondleiS lea for tbe,t throngbe dead' '; i When its considered that no periodical* 'DAVID SIIEFFER.. on hetr papers};we shall exact but
& S i : I of:'Iike'character for. Tallahassee April 17,1835: _
and one if
originality variety- 'l jfollar, always paid in "Deerolber.
Ye bgQd; ;' ;buiW-buiye enter. not ii;- ((of literary contents\ comprehensiveness of GREAT Al AL'Ut. wise they will be'charged the usual subscrip

'"Ltlpetetr1bes'wborr I the'{I',desert'devotir'd' ,"', j plan,and the amount of matter'weekly pro AlrlEIUCANEIAGASINE. tion. { These regulation will' strictly, ,
,>/ therr.sio,, seated has 'ever .'been adhered to.
in Ofttaefuland
at attempted thIS Entertaining Knoiclfdj>e,'t4 ,
the '
land of fad and die X
I a ; o'subfcriptwns received.t"a distancf
fprth (country at .a less price than three to five 4>e iUtutrated. by flumtf'OtEnlf"tCI1JC ;
itsbrdura.teams on jour (e from
wary .agents,) unless accompanied
c d .- *. -. .. ., / / ;dollars per annum,the publishers trust they 'St' TilE 'BOSTON_ ,,BEWICK COMPADfT.Tbesuccess with tae payment for one; ,ear.. nadulce.
tM tciogoytbn cloud.rbwnd pyramid, WiU Dot be,'deemed presumptuous inex'pressing which- has- attended An fedstf on of the paper b published at East

The botelest bones in oblivion'bid : the/hope that their journal will attract lication of the' best the/pub Bridgewater, Mass, where all community
' i Y.slumber uamark'd mid the desolate main ; the atlettion,:even if it should 'notsecure Magazines from the, ,' tions,&c..must,be addressed
\V TWe tbewoniei.ind; pride of,,roan, works I : the far,pt, the patrons 'of American English Press,1m Ic:f t.cf preparations for Brown,post paid, or they will remain dead

., remain:: I. l litenture'I|.. GHEELEY &'vCo. issuing periodical more particularly adap) < in the otCe, We are obliged to adopt this
i:.,; t". I f I' I ted to the wants and taste of the.American, rule,as our postage hasbecome a heavy tax
j, 1. : : )CQtiDITIONS.I public,( While'It,wjll: be, the,obje &olhoipfopt1etOrs upoous. ";
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1 'iufaBw J She.is did ;ship ,u uou" ..uiQf.. US ,gaturday,tnornbg on a. large imperislsboet ;its. title indicates it will(nevertheless,1; tort I will lbe issued weekly,' $4 annum ,of the

Outhr this really a vessel \hj>| 'does .of: the best quality, :>aid afforded to ,t iQ.alJ articles oriDterest,: to its p> troi1l'tihich size and style of the'New.To'rkMirroraoi

I bator to' country. Her' U'to'outward roQSiDcilJ,or country,at TWO DOL.L appear in foreign Magazines. ; those of fur subscribers.wWvrisb to.bate
trig;WB made in l less than twenty eigStdayst & ,' .Extensive the paper, win before the
4** anxtum jw. oifc fri: cdva&<< prcparauoos have,been enter please.notifyt
most unprecedented a)/oh.p z*ge., ij, : 7'Iret expcriecc of the'pmt reap admonishtsfus -; ;Jed into; both'with artists arid',Authors; to I expiratjon'of theToiumo.: ;As nJi-|'ontkl7
ItcepF t&Tofficec'oh board, we,examiaedH to the ,farjfiiah front } regard advance payment from all parts of the, Union, 1 '
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notes.* We't ufid that in pine ronsecative dition. When, from peculiar drcurwtanf '- interestl which'the publishers ;
days ftcm (hAl4Ill'ln fh l """"* Confidently s such t 4ebruary payment, js'''delayed till the eapiratioQ belevo will enable.them to .issue-a Vork ; valuable
'- made>t957 mile,1W n to o, of: the many papers :
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quarter 1 fifty cents will U added. its title and ieeeptable'to the : I much .bsst to
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miles ;
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a wd'dia. charge lonsahaU recenesfc The American ''t4b' duty
copies for one Magaiintf Jsj p.t IIed 'I' : pvrproepectus."
-dal =fe.-rb: year, and in the same proportion: for tit 1u- roontuy-icach Tittmb r containing between ; I bound to extend'toward' *tbenizthe'baud I tnjS pscwstar.. Post Misters and 'ethers are forty and fifty [ '1 '
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on the Bak ai 'ftiSout ? wu ah. I gst pasabla terms will be afforded ibea. Sketches of distinguished Amer Biographical Ia j mjOTICE Is hereby; ,Filet( that, 'two
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