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 27, 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: UF00049046:00033

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is Published every Sattirday improve the) taste cultivate the mind, anjl

morning, at FIVE DOLLARS per II'.. raise the affections of the youth to appropriate -

annum. and worthy obj elWe would

AovEiiTisr.MENTs: inserted at the rate of make them better children, ,,better brother ,
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, for better sisters, better biipili, better associates I,
the first insertion, and Seventy-Five Cents and, in tho end, better citizens.
for each subsequent continuance. All Advertisements We beg the friends of education, espe }
will be continued until otherwise cially parents and teachers, to view the
ordered. None will be considered matter in this light. Let children look tip-

lose than a!llulrc. .. -.J:, on the pictures, not as pictures merely ;
No subscription will be discontinued D but let them be taught to study them What ;,
unless at the option of the Editor until all EDITED BUBLISIIED BY JESSE ATKWSOJf. can bo more rich valuable materials for instructive

arrears are paid. -. ,-- --. _. .1 lessons than a good engraving 1Afertbls
All letters to the Editor on business, VOL 1. KEY WEST, SATURDAY JUNE 21. 833. NO. 33.BRUGES brief explanation of our principles

must be Post Paid. -- .. -------- and purposes, we ask the cooperationof

_, _, :.. ,... -, -J all vrho receive this circular. Will you
n NEW YORK TYPE FOUN- Contributed to by a number of practising
1'or the information of Mariners generally: The subscribers Physicians.The aid us by your influence in this great work,
the the respectfully the formation of mind and character
from Collector
have the
we inform the of this work is to
printers, that they have recently object present eve
following schedule of the situation of the rising generation1 Will you assist us all in
completed a variety of new fonts of letterin ry subject connected with diseases and its
Light: Houses along the Florida shore, your power in our endeavors to introduceto r
the of which its and
style latest European spccimcns treatment by simplicity per. V
his American schools and .firesides
under supcrintence. ,well calculated for ornamental printing spicuity of its details, shall enable all who the stories and parlors, ,
T..IGIIT.-Stationary rle'aMitazine1
or saslefnl display, and making an as- wish, to be thoroughly informed in this most
.Situated on the Soutlr! side! of Key Biscaync Every single) number of the n w.olum..
sortment of Printing unrivalled in interesting and important of sciences.
) from the beach.- Types will have a strong
about 400 abundantly
yards beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens The advantages of such a publication to sufficient to paper cover
be considered 70 feet above preserve the work in order
The Light may may be obtained at the Foundry, all ranks of society need not be insisted up. for binding,and for
the level of the sea, distant from the gulf use in schools.
No. 13Chambe-sstrect, near Chatham st. on, since they mint suggest themselves to Tho
about 7 miles. Vessels drawing 10 yearly subscription being one dollar
It contains specimens from Twelve Line reflecting mind. Under the influence
within 2 1.2 miles of the every onr friends will perceive the impracticably ', 1 {
feet approach
may Pica to Pearl-comprising of the diffusion ofsound medical know.
80 42 W."LIGHT ity of keeping open so thousand '
light' Lat. 25 47 : many ac- j
45 forms of Roman with I. all classes must ho
SHIP FLORIDA is situatedon Caps. case. ledge among empiricism counts. It is therefore indispensable that
35 do Italic do do disarmed of the dangerous weapons with
Carys( rJ'" Reef, near the Rite of the I 5 do title Roman do do which it wars so successively against the lifo j we should require payment always in ad-
old one, in Lat. ?5 08 N.Long. 80 7V.. 5 do title Italic do deL of man; the abusive employment of medicines Two numbers more will close tho Grit
is easily distinguished, as t vo distinct do ah'd Roman do baneful will
It > i do so to health give place to year,and we now give notice that all who
lights are shown, which can. !generally be i 17 do Antique do do the rational administration of remedial desire to continue the
seen' at the distance of 12 miles. Its object 12 do Black do do agents, and the scientific and experienced their intentions by a Magazine seasonable,may advancefor signify wit

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

rocks and shoals near which it is placed. 2 do Script do do the sufferings of humanity. Nothing any of the year.If subscribers should not receive

KEY: WEST LIGHT-Stands on the ft do Germ'n Textdo do tliat 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 Two I'nc rom'u caps with figs' shall be neglected. The principles of dcit the post master to no tifr III of such 'as are

is in ),at. !Z4331-2N.-I.ong.81 52 1.2 11 do Two lines Italic capitals. and regimen shall be explained, and their missing, and they shall be sent again free oT
W. I erected for the purpose of guiding vessels 10 do Sli'd Caps of various kinds. application enforced. The ingredients of charge
When entering the harbor ; the directions ; C do Open do do secret remedies shall be given and the whole

for which are as follows : Bring the 7 do Italic capitals and figures. shaljectofmateria medica shall be discussed! Ten copies free of postage. ; i

light: to bear N. N. W. and the Sand Key Besides ornamental letters, backslopc, and explained in a lucid and simple style. (Q j'To accommodate assocationsichoolsand of '

Light to bear W. S. W. and you cross the music,lottery figures, piece fractions, superiors O:r premium of $100 will be awardedto individuals for the distribution,wo will t!'
Uccf in about 5 fathoms water; run tor Key astronomical and othcrsigns, space the writer the best essay (not exceed- deliver at any post office in the Unite '

West Light until within two miles, then rules, brass rules, ornamental dashes, long ing 20 pages octavo) on the advantages to States, free of postage, ten copies to one* t
steer 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 north., borders,and more han 1000 kinds of cuts medical knowled &. The essays are to be out cost. LILLY WAIT 6 CO. ,,

ern part of the harbor and then run for it. and ornaments tor school bonks, newspapers directed, post paid, to tho editor, in all of Boston, Feb.i 15.
The best anchorage is in the upper part of and scientific works; orders for any of Juno next.
the harbor. Height of the Light/ House which, or composing sticks, cases chases, The award of tho premium will depend AN ACT to repeal An Act, to provide for

from the level of the sea, 83 feet G inches. &c will be expected with the utmost promptitude upon the decision of several eminent phys the appointment of Pilots, and regulating j

Light Stationary. ,a large stock being always on hand. aClan9. tho rate of pilotage at Key West,{ nd

SAND KEY LIGHT-Revolving once They will also execute orders for printing ( Editors, postmasters! and others, arc for other purposes. a

io'54 seconds. It is the best light on the presses, ink, &c. which hey will furnish at respectfully invited to act as agents. Any SEC. 1. Be it enacted by tho Governor ,

coast ; S. 1V by S. from Key West Light. the manufacturer's prices. person who remits ten dollars will have ten and Legislative Council of the Territoryof
Printers of will forwarded him. Persons
Lat. 24 CG N-Long81 57 W., situated newspapers please publish copies remitting Florida: That the Act passed 16th Feb.
feet this advertisement(with this note)three one dollar will have eight numbers sent.-
directly on the Reef. The Light 70 tunes,sending a paper containing it to the All distant communications to be addressed 1834, to provide for the appointment of
above the sen.TOFITUGAS Foundry, and receive payment when they to the editor, No. 6 Cortlandt street, New pilots and to regulate the rate of pilotage

LIGHT-Stationary-on purchase four times the amount of their bills York, (and must bo post paid) Yearly sub at Key West, be, find the tame is hereby
one of the Dry Torttigas Islands, near the from the Factory. scribers to commence o.1. repealed,and that hereiiflertheeppointcientof

western extremity of the Reef, ia Lat. 24 GEORGE BRUCE, & Co. *** The editor has great pleasure being pilots, and tho regulation' of pilotagt:
31 N.-Lofg.83 10 W. able to announce the approbation of many in Monroe shall
New Yorlc.OJOrdel'sfortho. county, be by the Counter
eminent medical to the of
above will be gentlemen plan court when awembletl for
LIGHT HOUSE AT TilE MOUTH OF : Foundry this publication county purposes,
attended to immediately if sent to and the qualifications and duties of pilots, t

ST. JOHN'S RIVER.A A. E. MILLER. PARLEY'S and the rates of pH6tage,ahall J>>e.;the lame
cow" light house has recently been No. 4 Broad-st. Charleston, S. C. MAGAZINE. as "vas. established before the of
erected at the mouth of the St. John's Riv May 23 Circular to Parents,Teachers,School Com- the before passage
mittees and all who feel interest in the rccired Act but' the 'Cqu'nt1court
er, E. F. which was illumined for the first an
time.on the 18th Dec.. last. H TYPE FOUNDRY improvement youth. shall hove full power1''to present

"We have been politely furnished, by an VINO PurchasedofMr.! RICHARD is not quito a''fauioce Parley's Magazine other qualifications; and make anyajtcri-; ; .

intelligent: shipmaster. with the following RONALDSON his long established and was commenced,during that short bona in regard to Pilots and Pilotage; !> t

directions and bearings :- very extensive Type Foundry, the subscribers period tho number subscribers have increased they may deem proper and requisite'indto ; :

"Bring the light; house to Lea S. by W. have formed a co-partnership for the to 20,000, and the work has received fine or dismiss any Pilot for '''impt per }r.
of continuing said business,and for
purpose everywhere, the most unqualified
four waterand make for ap conduct but Pilot
half W.in fathoms no shall appointed
the convenience of their friends and
patrons probation. It has found its to thousands
it. This will carry a vessel drawing. 8 or way or dismissed cxceptwhen the judge of 'the t
,have removed their establishment to a of families and while it has entered
9 feet, safely in at high water. Continue more central part of the city. As it is their the social circle, its unobtrusive lessons county court and three justices be present,

your course for the light: until W.you for have the 4 intention to keep on hand a good assortment have, we trust, often had a salutary influ and concur in and haul N. W.
fathonm up by house of the best type, and to make such additionsand euco on the juvenile mind and heart. It missal, and the judge shall have'power (o>
mouth of the river. If the large on
be improvements as tho taste of the trade has also found its way to tho school room ; call three justicea of the county together
the starboard side of the river can seen
and the wants of the country require, they and classes of pupils have been cheer. .
many to act for
the north point of the beach, bring to upon any application a branch"
over flatter themselves that this establishmentwill ,
ed twice month by the welcome voice of
hear S. W. by VV. half W. and run for it until a or upon complaint made 'against1 a Pilot,
merit share of
a large patronage. They the teacher them to aside for
bidding a
the above bearing of the light, and the Pilots now+ to- coramissuJii shall
you get have now several fonts on hand,which can few days, the class book which they have
then run for it as able directed and you be furnished at a few hours notice, and are read over and ever, perhaps twenty times, I retain their branches until the next sem 'D

trill have tho greatest depth of water that prepared to make fonts ol all weights and and read the pages of ParleMagazine..- of the county court,'when 'upon' applJctf- ,

there is on the bar. sizes from Pearl to 22 line Pica, including Tho demand for the work, to be used in tion to the court new brandies' ehallsu g

This light house will be of great impor a great variety of Ornamental Letter.- schools is rapidly increasing. to all such' as the court may'.think proper

tance. No notice, has, to our knowledge, Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes, Brass Encouraged by such unexampled success, to grant branches] to I 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 before lie receives his branch fire'"dor
has been that masters of vessels be extensive of which will pay +
; very specimens still moro worthy of so liberal a patronage; lars '
have been deceived, and in one instance, a be forwarded to Printers as soon as they and not to remit their exertions till they see the use of the county, and one t
vessel mistook the object for another light, can be prepared. it introduced into families and schools, dollar to the clerk, who shall also furnish

and ran to St. Augustine, earning A delay Printing Presses of every description, throughout the whole length and breadth of each Pilot appointed with the"rules'and

in reaching her destination of several days. Printing:; Ink of the mostapproved qualities, tho United States.In regulations, established by the court in

Composing Sticks, Braes Galleys, Imposing this view they Lave secured new aid relation tt), Pilots and Pilotage;' and .every

R WHITE & WILLIAM IIAGAR, Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, in the editorial department. The late edit Pilot eball give bond with 2 or more goda

-ESPECTFULLY Infnrmtbe Printers Standing Presses, Furniture, together with tor of the Juvenile Rambler,who in addi. and sufficient securities to be approved

of the United States, to whom they Lave a complete assortment of all articles used tion to his qualifications as a writer for the by the court,in,the sum of one'thousand

long been individually known as established in a Printing Office will be kept constantly young, has advantage of many years experience dollars to .the Governor of the TerftoVyV
' Letter Founders that they have now formed on hand. as a teacher, will henceforth as ,
a co-partnership in said business, and Small fonts, suitable (Book-binders, sist in conducting it. and his snccssorsin office, for the faithful

hope from their united skill and experience, i in great variety, may be Lad when called We propose to present in the progress of performance of big duties as aPUotf 4olch

to be able to give satisfaction to all who for. such volume,a great variety interesting bond, shall tbe recovered Sntayf fcoim ;of

may favor them with order Oiders from all parts of the Union will be important topic.,!alDong which are the following competent jurisdiction, 'al the; 'first 'terni

The introduction of machinery in place promptly and moat carefully attended to, : after. the bond shall be sued for, and all u
and particularly in supplying soars for all I. Natural History,of beasts, birds, fishes
of the tedious and unhealthy practice of Pilots in this',county shall .renew. ''their
casting type by hand,.longa desideratum by fonts furnished by their predecessors, Bin reptiles, insects, plants, flowers, trees, branches once a .
and Richard Ronaldson. year. ,
the Eurenean and American Founders,was, ny & Ronaldson, the human frame,&0.I .
by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure Stereotyping in all its branches,executedby II. Biography ; especially for the young Passed February'7th, 1835. r
L. Johnson,as heretofore. I of rvfed Februa 14th,183a:
of time and money on the part of our IH.) Geography i accounts place.mso.ners
senior partner, first successfully accomplish JOHNSON & SMITH.No. customs&c. OF LETTEJW REMAINING
6, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. IV. Travels and in various 'L1tnt ; }
ed. Extensive use of the machine cast letter Voyages Fost Office at Key West, April ll
has fully tested and established its su 4 03r Publisher*of Newspaper who insert parts of he world.V. tit 1835.
periority particular, over that cast this advertisement and forward a paper Lively descriptions of the curiosities
BBeniss J II Buchiriaii fl Bootb
by the old process. containing it to J. ft S. will be entitled to of nature and art ; in each of the United ; ; ;R. ;

business will here- $3, payable in settlement of their accounts States,and in other countries.VI. CR. Coole".Wm.lr Crockery'Fits,2hCrgsbj
The Letter Foundry when their bills less than 10. warner Durkee ,j :A Dcncy
the before amount to not $ Lessons on objects that daily surround : ; t
after named be under carried the firm on by of White patties,Hagar&co. J. lit!. children in the parlor, nursery, garden W. 0:' Eng' liJb; W F, fjtpI1triclr'', iid f

Their specimen exhibits a complete series WOKK ,tc. AccMts of trade and employ Floyd,G J y Gooden,' Dw'' P t; Gteerje, 1
from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book CHEAP The Family, Physician Gazette of Human menu. P C r UisopP! Ct Harfbrd. Ja Jk;;2j'MucteaJ -

and Now* type being in th0 most modern VII. Particular duties of the young; to ; 'Harbrisoo; Francis;LorMg.. JosepH

light and s.yle. lafr. parents., teachers, brothers,sisters,&.Cf.I I 8,31.bloom;W Mat PtorLi? Packer
Being Library of Health and Hygenie.
White, Hagar & Co. arc agents for the and of a Popular ,and General Medical VIII. Bible lessons and stories. j EJdndge; Philips, John F 'fi; Hobertsoo,

sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press. Knowledge, rendered familiar to every IX. Narratives luchuare"eqauu.eu- Fran i.; ShawCharlesj8mitlilTov Ji.t;

es, which they can furnish to their customers individual: embracing every subject con- ticated, original tales. Swift; Silas; Sfintfi.C Wz 'TtnErboV, E;

at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, nected with the'prevention, treatment X. Parables bel! ,and proverbs,:where Wheeler, James,T} Wheeler,CUi Wood.Jobnj .
Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every and cure of diseases-the qualities of the morals obvious and excellent. Western, JRj Wine .esw US

article used in the Printing Business, kept medicine*-their good and ill effects on XI. 'Poetry j adapted to the youthful capacity .While, & F| aIde ti'JDait.7 t ;

for sale,alnJ furnished on the shortest no health the ingredients of secret'or pat and feelings. A. PAT'iWIIJOffi P. M'. '

tice. Old type taken in exchange for new ent medicines: :-the true principles of eating XII Intelligence ; embracing aecouataofjoveulle .
at 9 cents per pound.N. .- and drinking, eating and drinkingto boxjks,societies, andremarka. :reWM. ,
..... Jt.to .
B. Newspaper I'roprieton.o give live-domestic cookery--chemistry- ,We occurrence. 1 q. ;
the above three-insertions, will be entitled and a great variety of curious, valuable, Many of these IObJ.eta.iII be Illustratedby i Ja4."t "=
to Fife Dollars in such articles as they nay and interesting knovledgeof Lkhest oemeroiai sat beauU&l engravings, prepared rtpre sefttMe.f04
elect from oar specimen importance to all, and ,hitherto hidden by the best artists and selected with : In the next Legislative Council cf this Ter I

New fork, 1835. from the man of mankind. a view not only to adorn the work, but to ritorr.T1fEIhyUlli'E1t3 4


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.( devil tar it i is immutable 1 basis of virtue met'JIM} ,aged about 23 years One negro t
I 1 if! ': ,m :: late at nit hr,we stumbled over a poor ,,sauce' ;which .wo can found our actions, woman named SABINJI, about 22 years
-TilE ENQUJRElt on the side walk, snoring like fufflptlr.| front, Jhen if we find them to be pleasing in the of age; with her infintson! named Davit!,
uncouscious of a tremendous) rain; about 12 months old.
sight of our fellow men, nnd acceptable to
(PUBLISHED WEXICLY Of WIUTEHKAD ST.) which neither cloak nor umbrclla..could.protect Creator. One mule and cart, one Horse, a quanti.: :
AT FIVE DOLLARS >Z,ANNUM_ us. We took pity on what we tho'tan our ---eo.- ty of salt, merchandize: &.r.. &Ci Leviedon

it but aJtfap / holy lifc-CowPt unfortunate fellow-being, and began by EAKJ.Y ,RISING.-Let those who arc vis ami to be sold as the property of said
What it giving him a few pushes with our toot iii ited with lassitude and ennui-and few are Harris to satisfy sundry judgments obtained
JUNE 21. 1835. the side, with the intention of waking him in the Superior Court for this District.
be limesduring
... ,. so
.. of shelter but,
------ -- and inviting him to a place ; ; season-let them rise up early Sale within the usual hours. Papers tr
IN alas! how different are the notions of man. oppressive before the tho be paid for I by the purchasers.
in the morning, sun, \V.IJlI
I JOHN R. WESTERN, kind about the component part of comfort. sombre aspect of night is struggling .withthe THOMAS EASTIN, J. S. M
f Libel for ?
V3> 1 "Swinging on a gate and sucking approaching day, and just as the avant Pr. JOSEPH THOURON, D'ntr'Key
'(, The Brig Philadelphia f Salvage.and be heaven to us, compared: to this couriers of the rising dawn appears In. the Wc.3t, June 2, 1335. J 31-tds]

Cargo. J. fellow's situation. Think then of our as.tonishment cast brightening with a golden and cram: El.LB." MALLOliY)J "- '-

.The history 01! this case is contained in ,. when we heard,slowly uttered, son ,radiance: the outline of the horizon, vs. / In Attachment
the pleadings, and protest of the master of the following words: "I am happy-I am above the far reaching and swelling hills. JOHN R. WESTERN.}
' others which was read m evidence in heaven I" We stooped down, and looked : .t
+ i tho brig f in those
and will
that it There' is poetry a depth c beauty take notice
From the facts thus then doubted even ALL
;i in the cause. that presented this closer, for we know oF such scene which disarms ennui, and dis the said suit has bow commfn-: I
most clearly saw-although we
it appears was o man we listlesiiiess. It tits also tho heart ccd attachment in the
N1 by Superior Court
and have been preserved from other animal who would be caught: in perses I
vessel cargo no God when in tho chastened twilight; ofa for Monroe County: and
weather to are notified to t
the efforts and exertions in par.
total destruction by such a beastly pickle,
r summer morn-while the stillness of thegrave plead to the declaration filed herein
So- little doubt to Our beastified still snored '
seems stranger
r'' of the actors. ticularly.
the beauty, of his handy- [30-3m]' A. GORDON) for
exist on this point,. that Captain Scott, the on, and had his eyes closed from this lingers over tho Att'v PPtr.'
abroad "
respondent and master of the brig, in an. world,but wide open, doubtless in the land work-we gaze upon swelling William H. Shaw, l' -
Mn the river
5 } ewer to certain interrogatories, appendedto of dreams lie thus continued his snubs upland,the verdant plain, grassy vs. In Attach} ,
all tho distant mountains
(the Libel, states emphatically, that he quy, I say soliloquy, for, though he were and far beyond ,emerald belt the John Copland Ex'r of the I incut,
could not have saved his vessel or any por- there,it was evident ho had no consciousness o rting with a pale ample last will and Testament of
Ho but be
before cannot
'tion of her cargo without the assistance of our presence. prospect us. a J. K. Uaron. '
which' was afforded"him by thb Libellant "Yes" said he, "the eternal butler bas cynic or misanthrope;' who can look upon persons interested will'tale nonce

; and hose associated,with him as salvors. at last uncorked the bottle which contained such objects,unmoved,and ho must ho very ALL the above suit! has been Cote ,
t indolent who would'not be to forego
When property has been preserved from : my soul-he 'has found it fourth proof/and willing inericpd b}* attachment, nnd arc notified to Y
I little restless) in. the
destruction at sea by the labor and exertions rewarded me with heaven The doctor a sleep early morning plead to declaration filed heroin.A. .
t + of strangers, it isa general rule, nnd one I had hard wont 00 draw me, for I had some to enjoy them-. It is-a season above GORDON, PPifi. Any
I believe that is acted upon by all courts of old MonongahelaT under my pillow,and others, when we arc' forced to exclaim, April 25, 1335. [28-12\v]
i I;; admiralty in! this country, to decree one that kept me for a long rim -brim full, in 0 Lord how manifold aro thy works: in l
} moiety of its value as a compensation spile of their drugs and medicines, the only wisdom hast thou made them all.!" FORECLOSURE: OF MOUTGAli.!

t' reward to those who have been the means one of which I could bear was acqua for. c>- is hereby given to Lackland

t of thus preserving it. This rule,it is true, tis-but they gave me not enough of that, CONTENTMENT.Forget not, 0 man, NOTICE Stone, ihat a suit will be t
is not inflexible in its operation,.and is often and my whisky could rot last forever, so that thy station on earth is appointed by instituted the next (November) term of; }
made to yield to peculiar circumstances. my glass broke, and hero I am at last in the the wisdom of the Eternal-who. knowcth the Superior Court for: the Southern District k
Where the property saved is'of great value, regions of tho blessed. How beautiful the thy heart, who scctli the vanity of all thy of Florida, upon a mortgage held by the,

the proportion allowed for salvage is decreased prospect around me !-..Mountainsofpounded wishes, and who often in mercy dunicth .subscriber on two> l lots of ground lying and

r; ,.unless the efforts to save: U are attended loaf sugar !-seas of the coldesllcea.green thy requests. being within the limits of the town of Key
ti with extraordinary peril and labor to fields of mint I-rivers of whiskey. Yet for all reasonable desires, for thy West, and known on the map thereof: : lots

the salvors, and extreme hazard to the property gin, rum, and brandy surround me on honest endeavors, his benevolence hath Nos. 2 and 3 in square 44..
which they employ in rendering the every side. Tlierwalks and pavements here established in the nature of things; a probability l\L R. F. EMERSON.

assistance; on the other, hand, when the are cushioned nil over, to save the souls of success. I By her attorney in fact,
peril, hazard and difficulties of the ser of the elect from hard knocks when they This uneasiness thou fcell'st',.the misfortunes i WILLIAM A. WJHTEIIEAD..

vice are very great, and the property raved fall,-and O! what delightful mires they thou bcwailest, behold the root from Key West, June I& I 1835. [31--ni4m..1]
1 of small value, the proportion allowed for have to wallow in-the mud is kept soft whence they spring-even thine owrr folly, t
+ t compensation is usually greater than one by frequent rains of strong drink-let me, thine own pride, thine own distempered '}|111C Subscriber. would inform hi9rieD!
.moiety of that value. In this case however let me roll over in them forever! How dis fancy. and'the public, that he is prepared to.

there is nothing sufficiently peculiar to gusting was the .vorld below, and what bit. Murmur not therefore, at the dispensations : attend to his to-atiy care in Business the that may lie entrusted

take it out of the ordinary rule. The brig ter draughts have I swallowed in it, to become of God, but correct thine own heart, AUCTION AND COMMISSION LI?E.

and cargo are not of great value, being es- worthy of the reward which has beenat neither say within thyself if I had wealth, HU office is up stairs in Mr. F. A. Browne's
.tiraated to be worth only five thousand dol last poured out to me! l\Iintjuleps! or power or leisure should be happy; for Ware.(louse,. where hemay at all times r.e
+ Jars. This property,was exposed to total shaw there are none in the miserable low know,they all of them bring to their sever. found.
destruction, and has been rescued from that world. Who can imagine how delicious al possessors, their peculiar inconveniences. He takes this opportunity! of rendering I

t destruction bathe exertions,of tlio actors, they taste,at the bar of paradise: : ? Toddies, The poor man seeth not the vexations and thanks for past favors, and lopes, by unremitting

t and those exertions(although] attended with cocktails, punches, &c. O! sacrilege! lam the anxieties of tho rich, he feeleth not continuance attention of to business, .to merit

1 revere ,labor and considerable risk, occasioned astonished how 1 could drink them, even the difficulties and perplexities of power- public.patronage.JOS. THOURON.. 04

'' by'tho stale of the weather and the r at the Arcade--and they made" me pay for neither knowcth lie the wearisomeness of (Dec. C,' 1W. ,ntutjf} s ; :
nature of the cargo were ,rendered in tho them too! 0 the wretches! Here they are leisure; and therefore it is that he repine l

t moar-timel'lnd efficient manner. Under served out to mo at every step-no sponging at his own lot. But envy not the appearance In the Superior Court of the Soj&crn Judicial
all the circumstances therefore, the courtis is necessary-but beautiful cherub* of happiness in any man: -fur. thou District f Florida

of,the,opinionthat ,these actors shouldbe hand them to me, as foISt as I can drink, knowost not his secret gri fs. Richard Roberts, )
1JO\mJ:88: compensation for, (heir men* and mixed too by immortal hands. know To be satisfied with a little is the great vs. f

torious exertions and services rendered in what a meant by "nectar"now! give sweet est wisdom; and he .that incrcaseth his 57 Bales of Cotton, pick- In Admiralty

eating thiS property, one moiety of its value cherub,.another glass-(smacking his lips,) riches incrcað cares;, but contented ed np at sea.
te'r..dCducting from thE,,gross sales.-of delicious-glorious-cool! Again: \ again mind is a. treasure, and trouble fiudeth it ALL persons interested in the above case
the cargo the4duties! chargeable upon it, Stronger and stronger it grows at every not.. hereby notified/ that all the residue
of the for which the above Cottonwas
t.. and the expense of the sale. swallow, and thus 1 hope it will continue Yet if thou sufiercst not the allurements sold money by tile Marshal of this District

The cargo is represented to be damaged'rom forever! 0 blessed state of eternal drunk. of fortune to* rob; thee of justice, of temperance after tfjc payment of the salvage and expenses :

i"'r { saltwater! and in a perishing state, enness. !" ,of charity, or modesty,even riches in said cause, bas been paid into the RegistrV
and in conaeemence of which, Capt..Scott, Here our happy man relapsed to snoring, tl e selves shall not make thee unhappy.But of the Court, where it will remain
u agent,of those interested, has petitioned and we hastened home,our mind filled with hence shall, thou learn that tho cup of for nine months, unless sooner claimed by
the court to order,a, sale of the whole of it, philosophical reflections.-[N. O. True,A. felicity, pure and unmixed, is by no meansa the person or persons entitled to the fame
'at as early a day as is consistent with its merican.DISSIPATION.. drought for mortal man. Virtue is the or Ins or tbcir legally authorized opcnt.
rules. Believing under the which God A. II. DAY C'lk.
r circumstances race hath set him to run, and
that such --course will best subserve .- o clock struck eleven. happiness is the goal which none can arriveat ollmOm Ey II. K. NEWCOMB: V. c.
[ ]
the interest of all concerned, the prayer in The anxious, terrified, lonely mother shuddered I till ho hath finished his course and received -
his petition will bo granted, but were the at the sound, and with art unconscious the crown in rnansons: of eternity.DMINISTRATOR'S R E. WIUT&& WILLIAM HAGAR,
tr ,' cargo in a, condition capable of being reshipped energy pressed her poor babe to her I "'" ESPF.CTFULLY Inform thc Printers
without the risk of '-- of the United States, to whom they have
l' incurring considerable heart, while the large tears, not without NOTICE--
loss to its owners,only so much cause, fell!, unbidden, from her swollen, A All persons having any demands agaInst long been Fewidew individually that,known they havo as estabtisbcdLetter now form'

of it would be sold by the order of'this'ou sunkeneye, and rested on the cheek of the the estate of H. S. Waterhouse de ed a copartnership in said business, and

; as would be sufficient to pay tho salvage slumbering innocent. Where then was he ceased, arc particularly: requested to present Lope from thoir united skill: and cxpcricnco.
and the expense<< of this suit. that had sworn to protect them, and by a. them to the subscriber, without delay to be able to give full satisfaction to all win

VVnEBEUPON it is ordered, adjudged, vow registered in heaven, ,had promised on or before the first of November 1810, may favor them with orders.
;; and decreed by the court,that the Marshal unalterable affection for her. He was no or they will be barred: and all persons owing Tbo.introduction! of machinery in place
i forthwith give public notice of the time instance I could wish without.a parallel: ; the estate will please como forward and of the tedious and unhealthy practice o
and place of the sale of this cargo, and for ditsipation had bound him in her chain, -settle. JACOB IIOUSMAN. casting type by hand,long desideratum by .
that he proceed on Thursday the 26th inst. and in the thraldom of vice be could for May: 22, 1835. [33-2IJ the European aod-American Founders,was,
i to ctUtto some at the warehouse of P. O. get that he had a bosom companion sighing by American ingenuity, and heavy expenditure

GPCe2ein. the town of:Key'Wesf,at public in his absence for his return, and in his IS HEREBY GIVEN, That senior of partnerrC"time and :money successfully on the accomplish part of our

outcry to,Ue highest bidder for cash, and presence overpowered by the conflicting NOTICE[ for receiving subscriptionsto ed. Extensive use of the machine cast letter
i that after paying the duties chargeable on emotions occasioned by the recollection of tbo.Capital Stock of the SOUTHERN ha fully tested and established its superiority *
aid cargo he pay the nett proceeds of the former times, when be was virtue's friend, LJFEINSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY in every particular.over tbat cast
I iaIc..oe came into the-Registry of the and the darling partner of his happiness.. will be opened at the office of by the old process..
court. And it -is further ordered and decreed The unfortunate man returned something Thomas Douglas Esq. in the City of St. Tbe Letter Foundry business will here-
that the'Clerk of this court,after.receiving inebriated at a late hour, and found Augustine, on the second day of Novem after be carried on b, the parties before
t the proceeds of said sale, pay over her senseless on the floor. The shock're ber next at 10 o'clock A. M., and will be named under the firm of White Hagar&co.
one moiety thereeftotbeLibellaat_ for and Their ape wnen- exlabits a complete seriesfront
stored him to himself
though half from time
some kept to time
open by adjourn !
account of himself and Diamond to 14 line Pica. The Book
on others >
} > lost, half ecaHectedimages_ flitted ment until the whole of
crested as salvors of said through the Stock shall be and News type being in the most modern
cargo, and- alsothat
bewildered .
imagination. She was declared subscribed not exceeding thirty days.. light and'ileiWhite
ho to the LibeHant for
pay over and on to be in
a fever medical' LOT CLARK
; ,
Hagar & Co. arc agents for the
account himself and all others interested '
aistanco was in vain for the disease was: one ROBERT RAYMOND REID, sale of the Smith and Rust Priolipff Tress
astealvprsout of the residue of the pro. which, batHes al) skill, and in the short THOMAS DOUGLAS. es, which they can furnish to their ci>stoners
ceeds'of said idle,the sqm of nine hundred space of a fortnight, she died orafam heartfd. Conrsioncri. at tbe laanufacturer's prkes. Chases,

.and fifty( dollars, being: one moiety of Ne murmur escaped her tips against June" 20, 1836. [ >-10w] Cases, Composition' &tick> ink and every
the'wraalue of said brig in her present the author of her misery, the destroyer of article used in tho Printing Business, top*
condition- and after paying: the costs of her happinead'the' cause of her untimely MARSHAL'S for. tale,and furnished oo tbe shortest no
r this suit that he SALE. tice. Old taken io frr )no"
pay over all the money death Then it was .tl."t.he .awoke type exchange
that may be remaining' the Registry ofthis from his dream; ,then it.WM. that virtue of sundry writs of tie ft. to at 9 cents per pound.N. .

y court arising from said, sale, to James word, every ungrateful look eerfun.kind threw JJy directed and delivered from the IJt, Newspaper Proprietors who gitr i
Scott,ma tcr*f said' brirtfor and on account back him, and harrowed J Court of the Southern Ju. the above three insertions, will be entitledto
upon up his soul t dicial district of Florida Fine Doll are in such articles as they may
tj4 Of all! concerned and .interested \therein then it was that he utiered the unheard will,sell to the
and that the Marshal highest bidder for cash,at the Court House elect from air specimen.
restore said brig, ,,her groan, and poured the bitter leu-mure NeW 'ork.1835. _
taddeappanJ, and furniture to said James deep, more bitter' because unheard door in the'city of Key West, on- the.6th
Scott for and,tui..account of, all concerned availing.Is and. no day of July 835, all the right,title claim W'M A.P'OTARY.: wmTmlEAJ;),

therein., r '-JAME3 ?EBB, Judge. and interest of John Harris, to-the foJiowiD: PUBLIC.
there one who is just
any beginning described
3tti 231835. property: .
the ,career of vice and folly: u Ilors; MASCIT 17, 1635.
,unaware of the One negro man named J ACK,, gcd about
,Tax: -Dnrrat&Brii'HBAVEW.-The other 'misery be is bringing upon himself and aU 4Qr years. One negro null rained' ,BEN Jo PRINTING ;EXECuTED

day while going,home from,the theatre, connected with bum; let him read this and aged about 35 yeaw. On negro nnn na, AT THIS OFFICE.

., "' -. -- _. .. .- .. ..

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....'.r"4 ,..,,.P' r t'Lo. -__ -""'" _. .-..... willing to freight. the one as the oilier! The cision they now arc. Much reliance there. Among the wanderers to.tbethln recent,
1 THE E: QUYRER., temptation to constructvliat are called fore cannot be placed upon the amounts J ly scttled'Island, yas am3n named Ayres,

--. atop-built ships of the worst construction, opposite the first two or three years. who had found his; way hither fropi, Charles* '

:ItEVJsr.: SOUTH FLORIDA., is therefore quite irr'si!tihc! For n half, Up to the present time the'Foreign trade ton S. C. and who was generally thought to '

f\ $ tTtlitDAYJVNC27,1835.: or almost two thirds of what would be required of the Territory has been almost exclusive be amenable' td the jndi'c& ,lair't>f the town
to construct a good and really seaworthy I confined to West and Peusacola and council fining y
JOASTJSnS OF VESSELS.All .- ly Key every one'who: had,"no vhi.
QS-TO ship, a ship owner an inferior
i" gets we have been somewhat surprised to find ble means of support/' five hundred ',
Vessels passing Sand Icy Lightshowing vessel, (>f equal burden, sent to sea ; and dollars. a
what of the imports and been found '
a great portion Having
ex- several times in "stateof
their private signals or any designatingmark owing to the matchless absurdity of the a
ports of the Territory: has been through this lucd.wpcry," from his
will be reported to the Key West system of classification: the worthless ship regular attendance" t'
and their s: 'etythus made known is placed in the same rank as the superior, port. No succinct account of the business upon the orgies of Bacchus, this fellow was
1 lnqnicr! and underwriters. Commercial enjoys all the ildv\ntag.g such distinctioncan of the port prior to 1831 can bo obtained: at threatened by the Fathers of the city, with

i to owners the United States will give-and is i in the public estimation, the Custom louse, but we have procured incarccretion within the four walls of the
papers throughout deemed quite as good and- as dcscrvilig of from the collector a statement for the last redoubtable jaif if he'did not mend his man-

Ii please notice this regulation. employment as the other This is a more four years, which we subjoin, showing the ners. The threat ho"erdid no good,and

,. LATE DECISIONS or THE COURT OF \DI copious source of shipwreck) than all the disparity between this and the other portsi on a bright sunny morning In November a

r.rIRAI.Tr-The case of the Brig Philadelphia currents' fogs, and rocks that infest our ( which we have alluded. our friend Oakum was seen gently endeavoring ,
hut it is the the i
I Capt. Scott: wrecked on her voyage end seas;of a certain not number only of one. At never*,'.f In 1831, the imports of the whole Tern. to givo to the dciious'coarse..of the
l from Jamaica to Philadelphia, came up before exceeding twelve, end seldom less than; six, tory amounted to $115,710- vagabond more of the p roper ticscY a math

his Honor Judge WEED on Tuesday 22d both the ships referred to above would be Of which the Key West imports straightlino, while urging his steps f
inst. The whole of the cargo under tho composed 06,371 towards the dwelling of *
} degraded to the class U; and yet it may on6of the magi .
decree of the Court was sold on the 25th. happen that the well built ship i is, when so In 1C32! the imports of the trates. Jf Sa irt4*,a/ ,..

and 50 per cent of the nett'proceeds is to degraded, better entitled to continuo in the whole Territory were 187,787 Leaving. Ayres supporting or supported '

, be paid to the salvors, and $tl50 for and on class A,than the ill built ship was ever to Of which the Key West imports > by one of the gate posts before the door, \}.
be in it. But even this does not exhaust Oakum Hr
account of the brig. composed 87,481 presented himself"to the guardianof "} i
On the same day came up the case of the the whole absurdity of this preposterous In 1833, the imports of the the peace to announce the presence of I ,

t Hark (Belgian:: ) Jean Key, Capt. Ruurds, scheme, fur, supposing that the well-built whole Territory were 85,386 tho delinquent. ,' l .

,S X'Yeckcd! ou her voyage from Havana to ship had been so thoroughly repaired, as to : Of which the Key West im Well' Squire! Ayres has been drinking ,
1)6 quite as good as I he day she came off ;
'r'1 I Antwerp with a cargo of sugar, &c. 'fhe the tocks, and unit the inferior ship had ports* composed<< 69,070 1 again! shall take"himtglaill". J:1:

::1 vessel and cargo were valued at $4H,000:! got no repair at all, still they would both i ln1U34, the imports of the 41 You may dp with ,him what you please

'J and 40 per cent was dreed by'the, Cour.Uvs. .be placed side by side in (lie class El I We whole Territory were 135,798: Capt. Oakum," replied: the justicenotwell J' '

1 salvage. A sufficient quantity of the cargo challenge any man to producein the annals Of which the Key West imports pleased at the moment with the interruption. l'!

J will be sold to-daq ((27th)to pay the salvage of all the maritime nations of the composed 101,323: Just as you say, Squire!l" was (hi answer -

and expenses.No world,. from the Phoenicians downwards, I The difference in the exports was still of the obsequious officer, and he forthwith

f other cases wrecks remain unset! any instance of a regulation so perverse, greater until the last year. announced to the gentleman io attendance

\j tled. ______ contradictory, and absurd. That should& In 1831, the whole amountof that he must proceed'."to j\ti.: ) a ,

j (, IMPORTANT IP TRUE.-The Brit Olive i have of subsisted amongst us for illustrates the greater the exports was $30,495 R.otme i if I do, Capt.:; Oakumdintjjfree ,
Porter arrived New York part a century, strikingly Tho from West citizen of this hero :'
I Branch, at on influence of association and of habit in "exports Key republic? 1.tell .f:
: the 26th May, from Apalachicola, and the making men insensible to the mischief of were 27,135; : you I won't go unless I please, and (don't _:

i Captain's report states that, "on the night perpetuating the mest destructive practices In 1832: the whole amount please unless I got my clothes." f'
f of the 13tli: instant, (May) saw a suspicions and errors. of exports was 65,716 Well Ayres, where are your cbthesV ,

looking vessel orTTortujas-she was an berm 1111 But the enormityof The exports from Key West '' Why they arc down lathe old shed bf .
brig with }main topsail. She fired into the
J Dutch Bark several times, and on the fol- the evil has at last led the merchants, were 56,724In the water, and there.they may bo for all me: t
lowing morning boarded a brig in his boat ship owners, and underwriters,to take measures 1833, the whole amount for I won't go to get 'cm that's flat CaptainOakum
At 5 p m 14th, was boarded,by the boat from for carrying Into effect the suggestionsin of exports was 64,805 !i" ",

'1 the Dutch barkfrom New Orleans for the Report of 1C2C, ;by classifying ships: Tho exports from 'Key' West Will you stay here then, Ayres while
1 Dantzic, and was informed that she had on not according to their but accordingto ,
age ; .
were 47,5fc5'In Igo. .
. board a sum of and '
!; large specie, supposed their construction ascertained by the bff
'1 the brig had followed her from the Mississippi. of us The 1834, the whole amount No, I won't, how can you 'ipect.aman, '
1 ." reports competent inspectors. plan of exports was 228,825 to stay here in this hot sun 1"
C which the committee has proposed seems
t ,_ SHIP WUr.CKS-- very judicious, and it would, were it carried The exports from Key West Wen Ayres, I don't want, you to itafherothen
J A writer in the Edinburgh Review for into effect, certainly productive of the were 80,922-. but while I go after your clothes, '

t January on the subject of the frequency greatest; advantage.Since According the last report of the Sec do you go to the jail,bnock at the door and I

shipwrecks, attributes, and wo think justly, the above notice was written and retary of the Treasury on the Commerce Peter will let you in." y f l'-

much of the damage sustained: by the com extract made: we Lave seen an article in aNew and Navigation of the United States, presented Now this Peter,who bad the opening and

,ncrcial interests Great Britain from the York paper extracted from the Liver to Congress on the 3d March, and shutting of this earthly paradise, was no

vast! number of vessels! that are annuallylost pool Standard containing tho following in which has ,just been printed ;. the Regis less a personage than one of three mutineers'

fin 1833, 800 mercnant.! vessels, a thirtieth formation. He is endeavoring to make out tend, Enrolled, and Licensed Tonnage ,of, who' had been .Ient.n ed. by the Court of

'part of the whole number of ships belonging the superiority of English, over American; i_, vFlojidaon the 31st December 1833amotm .AdmiraUy! % ;to...ix months JrnprjsonjnejQ&.itho' | >

I to the British "tfcfralnfans iccludfngthe vessels,for, like a true John Bull, nothing ;ted to 3789,47' ,icons, distributed among the ')jug," and who,there staid becjnf Jhe

\ plantation: if ere entirely lost or driven from this side Atlanticis at all bearable four.following districts : I judge bad commanded.him sb'to do;.for+jip

on shore} ,) to HIe?'crltcri n by which vessels The following, to the honor of Liverpool, Pensacola '1777,40 was the hctotumot the,wortbyaCapf alni

have for many years been rated on the booksof are ships belonging to this port, most of Key West, t. 063,75 keeping the.keys,and very systematically

the Uundcrwritcrs nt Lloyds.To them built in itt nil of them British built: Apalachicola, 577,64 locking* himself in after every.necess'arf ,

make: the age of a vessel the solo criterion The Bridget, tliellicliaid Walker, the Vere, St Augustine, 569,68 opening of the prison doors. ,

j whereby to form an estimate of her the William Ra:hbo (,', the Heywood, and Ou the 31st December 1831; While ttakum therefore; : *.proceeded with ;

sea-worthiness, is certainly very far from the James. 'I'hesesixships! which we take the Florida tonnage was 2385.00 a swing peculiarly his own, to seek the

evincing that discretion for which merchants at random, and there are four times as On the 31st December 1832, 3003,05 clothes of the compliant culprit Ayres f'

and mercantile men are as a body,generally many, are of the average age of thirty The tonnage'of Key: West is now 1338,62tons. marched to tho dear of the jail 'and com. ", a
remarkable in other transactions ycuI-they have constantly been in tho ,tV1lC4.V' me need thumping and hallooing in a way r
connected with business,-yet we believethe African or Wet India trade-they are Calculated to make himself heard at'east if P-
large vessels built of British oak, and,what KEY WEST POLICE SKETCH. ) 'l'
example thus set by the English under' not to effect admission. ,11''
will astonish Jonathan' they stand A. t. atLloyd' I ecan hardly take up a northern paper .
writers has been extensively followed in the Who's therel". sounded,,from the .filter
*to this rcrp liotrr, and are regularly without having presented to our view a narration -
United States, and wo Cud in almost voice of the terrain Peter.. "
every insured at the lowest premium 1 of scenes which have recently been v 1
commercial vessels designated as It's me-open'the'door t 'Oakum says
paper Nothing could more strongly prove. the. enacted at the police offices of some of our '
being A. I. when perhaps,from their defective J you must let me In, and though I don't,like ,.
fallacy of the mode of rating above alluded larger cities, not always tending to raise \ ,
formation deserve bo altogether to be shut with!'4such fellowsas
they may classed up ;
;, to, than that vessels more than .thirty years their character from the light thrown upon
with the inferior you be', I I must for it'a
they say
most rates. fo&AJQy spose! ,
old, should be placed on a par with those the state of morals and obedience to the "' ,
The writer above referred to observesBat law ,
just from the stocks.! laws by the people within their limits. As
the criterion of Upon that, the doors opened "gratingharsh
ago --COMMEUCtJ OF FLORIDA.As they serve however to please a portion of
is thus really worth, leas than thunder," and the prisoner within ad.
nothing, as a
*\: this year bids fair to be an eventfulone the reading public,such notices may not be
rule byvhich to judge of a ship's condition i mitted the prisoner, !&qUtIr !
in relation to the commerce of the entirely. useless. We do not know that
,it is the only one that Iota for a long w
period been referred to in this country. Territory from the direct trade which has greater amusement has ever been afforded HYMENEAL.Married .

Since about the year 1760, or perhaps earlier commenced between the ports of Apalachicola us by any of these sketches, than by one at St. Marks on.the 6th, instant.
ships have been arranged by the underwriters and St. Marks, and Foreign countries, which was related to us a few days since,as ALEXANDER PATTERSON Esq.ofthii<< ,

at LloydV, in classes marked by the severa\"cargoes of cotton.having: been ship being a true picture bf an incident occur- city,to Misi SARAH II,FOLK' ER,of Tftlahasseo. >

letters A, E, I, and 0,and tho figures 1, 2. ped during the last season direct to Europe, ring within the, precincts of our own town Middle Florid*. '. .

and 3,-liie former referring to the hull of we have taken some pains to profit by all .gfP I some six,or seven jean ago and we. .:... = ..- r .
the ship, and the latter to the rigging. A the sources intelligence within o'reach, are.l induced: to give: it to our readers in the tarrR'f [uttLtg itg:, '14 i

ship marked A.1, is in the highest class ; in order to lay before our readers a connected words. of,,our informant, from,the highly in.
one marked E, 1. next; one marked I. J. PORT OF',KEY .\yk STf l
table of imports and exports>from the terejling view it gins of the supremacy I of .. : ..
in, the 'lowest available class formed ofsuch \
rs are fit only for carrying; coals, or, year 1822 to the present It is deficient'insome toe law at that time.A ABRXVXB-Juno, j0-*Ut<& mail( Sahr.

her goods not liable Io sea damage, along respects, but we hope it'will prove small building of wood standing at some Walker, Charleston.C days, rnerchandizo .'
the coast ; those marked 0, are unseawor- interesting to those who feel gratified. with distance from"the tbiddy settled part of the tQ A,C Tift&:c...,0 OUIan/o .''f"'f"L3ura

thy. But to get into the highest class,and the advancement of the Territory. town, containing f two small rooms oo the p A Gandolfo; i. ,, ,

to l he allowed to continue there a certain Table oj the import f and export into,and fromthe samofloor, was considered (in consequence JUlie 22-Scfer. Blackitnhli. Fifegerald, ,
number of years, no examination of the Territory of Florida from 1822/0 J034 certain cross<< bars of iron jo windows) St.Marks, Cattle to master.''" f' t t,

ship,or none worthy of tim name,has been inclusive, each year clotbtg on the:3Qth" Sep deserving of the cognomen .' Jail," and at U. 8.Itevt,not Cutter Washington, Lieut '
required : unless some very flagrant defect tember. the period of our story was under the guar.dish Com O'Brien, 8t.Marks and a cruise. j
be obvious in her construction she is entitled Saint
Sent.Lady Washington Sfraim
of citizen whom for ; ,
Year Im..n. td''h. care ; a worthy '
to gland for a certain number of rears!, ..Marks;, 7'da3e, Io master. .Passengers,
of better will call Otkunn
J want a name we
varying according to the port in which she Dom. I For. I Total Hon. James Webb: Col. Sanonton,.C. C,
is built ir the class in A. In addition to the honorable titles orconstal-:
\ highest or 1.*- 1Ut Doinfor. $1171 1717 Williams Esq., Alexander Pattcwo,Ecq.
Thia is sufficiently absurd ; but the whole 1823 I mation : 1510 1510 ble and jailor, were-united in his person the and Lady.., '"

extent of the injury thence arising t is not 1624 u to im- : I6. .16 offices of town sheriff and coroner, which June 23-Bri Tallahassee, RattamerNew'York

immediately obvious. Supposing two ships 1825 port;for 2815' :855 be,wssenabled.to fill with credit, although 27 dare, merd1 r diio'to F A
were built at the same time, in London or 1826 these 200 tOO roach of his time was necessarily taken up Browne, Wit Whitehead! ,.J' ,P'Baldvrio ,
in any other port-that one has teen constructed 137 1818 ;yean. 2.,115 $n111' $5'48S io the ptqsecutioa of,his various callings of U.S. Commissary.- 4 ,. .- I *..*.

of the best materials and in the 153Mt 16829t 38,163 60,321 11,923 6GO&5 GOYlIIUt9 ; ship carpenter, boat builder and bows jolnertobrbicli June'if-i-Brig' Poland, 'Landon,Har-
best whilst the other has been .. '
way, constructed 1830 3:683 6970 600 7&70 in case of emergency was added ans, Segare O.OUara.. \ *
of the worst material and in the 1831 115710 It.03 2OO, 3049SIU3' county suTveyorhe living*:4a, his youth June 27Brig' Juno-** ,8t. 'Jr.u,
most 'defective 1n oner, ; thosp two shipswould : 107787 G',63 3080 85716 bound lo New York. .,'"
be placed side by aide in tle class: A. 1U3t: 85386 M,5J3 19-i"80S "fviloriodtbp s "j 4 became, while fit* I B.w.z1q o t3-V. S 'Mil chr.

I 1. The underwriters, seeing them there 1834 135798 .190185 38640 tt8st6 tine therefor, ,muter of.the twelve books LavalYallierCharleston; ; e <, :, t

would,vitbout farther enquiry: insure them It is probable that, in.the ....,.JearI. of ot Euclid,not mention theless nawiebllytomw Sloop ,Alert.E Packer, New L ado .
nt Ihetamc premiums and the merchants the Territorial Government,Ciutoa Homo, of.HwnilUot,Moore. ,,and Nathaniel June 86-Bri Juno,---.-,. for New
would, for -tlfo wine reason, l j i' ;
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__ 'c L THE NEW-YORKER. t the-City -. TsJWiawee! "loridarweekly gravinga: and descriptions( Of the.cliaraclc-, } :
entitled "the TaUakaMte Gatcttcand habits etc of :Birds, Beasts f '
tlit cctti>tuI !. On Saturday: the 21st of March, aril lYe'issued newspaper GtcfralAdrcrtiscr." ItscoJunins Insects, together with every & flint, !,
the first of the ) volume ronnop
number second
dnvoted to Politics Internal Iu- tecl with the Geography, History
WILL NOT WED TALL. of THE NKW-Yonxr eat the pub. trill be ffalurft
; and artificial '
1 General coin-- resources of the
smile on me, rro\"Cmtn'.nnd Intelligence, country, illy
0 waite oo lishers trust this early announcement will '
wore/our trattd in familiar and
p **" Fair dA ; attract the seasonable: attention bf all those prising the news of tho day; both .foreignand a popular manner

Nor dincej nor sing, nor deck your hair, their Domestic. 'BOSTON BEWICK CO'No
who choose commence subscriptions
When J am.on the way, may Inaccordanbo with custom,the publish. 47 Court Street.Oy'Editors .
t I jVe bound me w th a solemn vow at that time. brief to ( of Newspapers
will manner,
proceed in
ers aery lliroiifiou|,
'' TICK NEW-\'OIULEJ& will continue to ,
No more in love to,fall; preserve the United State who
of the will
t ,
lay before tho public an analysis planon publish
t marry'all know the general character which las thus /,*
I cannot ,you
; be conducted. foregoing Prospectus and
Mhicli the Gazette will notice co//
i < 'I will not wed at all ttot t far secured U the approval of a steadily and of the Magazine the ,
tents from
They n-Hl endeover steadily fo keep in time
t time
rabidly: atr0nagc ud a. .
increasing > ,
) popularity
| shall be entitled the
burt view the landmarks of tlio Constitution of to first volume.
fi '* United, States which they hope to Any person remitting the Agent
Dy everyrogui1! eye circulatiOn. Tlie uliaritiC3-- of its plan the by by mail:
l 'That glanced across me in"tbo street, after pc much reflection and we steer their course aright. As moderationand post paid, Ten Dollars, shall receive sit
were adopted ;
'Or.in the dance went by {' features firmness will beourmotlo, we will be copies for one )ear-and continued as lon?
that its
i' And, pierced by such repeated Stings; have, not learned prominent those as the is regularly *'
slOw to brandvithherosy, politicians money forwarded.
receive the
and small,. have failed in a single point to
Because 10 lore A liberal will be
who honestly differ in opinion fromus. price paid fur
1 tir'd! of Jts ond-the may ,
That Love gw: pread(1l1Slw.ings( approbation l patrons public. apprnpr
ate and well written
"' I will no' wed at all" 'i'hopapcr will'continue to be arranged It IS our design fairly to report the articles, or drawing, i

follows: passing political news of the day; the political illustrative of national subjects, possessing!

And oft all niglt IVe lain awake, I. Literary Department-Embracing the ) views that we may nave occasion Io interest. Subscriptions<< received: at tins\

), A martyr fo my-psiinf. whole outer form ot the paper, and presenting advocate,shall be dispassionately discussed, office.

4Andsbrinedipso iytf raw a" T?anf > twelve ample columns of Reviews so far as we are concerned; and we hopeour JOSl'J.C'.1; : : US: .
For Margarlf an ants :
of'New Publications Original and Selected friends who may favor us with communications OF TliEAMARANTH
TV sing when moon was shining bright ,
Talcs Poems Anecdotes fcc. &c. will observe IIIC same rule, otherwise
Oo ivied cattle wall; Essays, < ,
But,now Pro: ."Is -and sleep all night- The original;: contributions to this depart they will be rrjcclcd. In the observance A Semi-monthly Journal of Literature

"*", twill'not wed a{ alit ment are regularly and promptly paid for ; of this eonrxv\vc shall act with strict the Arts. war:
and in addition to the many miters who impartiality B. Brown, 6. // Hroicn, Editors.
I meet the darts of diamond eyes, have favored us with articles during the I It will 1)0 the aim. of I he publishers to <
More than two have '
And feet in years elapsed
: fairy throngsr render to their all the satisr.icionthey sine:*
and whose will continueto patrons
past year, essays the commencement of the-Amaranth
i I pass unharmed throogh'mothertngnsAnd and::
lovely daughter enrich our columns,we have the promise are capable of bearing in mind the during that period it Las- received a
songs. steady
? 'Twas but the other night ,I heard of assistance: from other?whose names are old oge "they that would please every body increase of patronage. To be in lault is

,.,. TivornaMensataball, already well known to their countrymen. will please nobody." the common lot of humanity, and we mak-

t "Don't dance!shortsighted! how absurd! We do not parade the names,.as i is-the fashion : In avowing, however a design to pursuea nou ct.enccofan exemption from the charge,

t .' 'Twill" not wed at all! of some;, but we confidently appeal to course untrammelled! by the shackles of however,our intentions, are to have as few
errors as possible! while
Il; Then wait no more your smiles on me. r the experience of the past year as affording nny party, we would not be understood as our productions shall: be we endeavor that

There's many a simple swain, an earnest of our zealous, untiring, and we I being indifferent to the importance of correct reader, and approved* by acceptable the to our

Whom step, and song, and waving plume, trust not altogether unsuccessful exertionsto principles. They wish however distinctly general. Tlc Amaranth takes community tio in

Mayconquer and may chain, render the literary character of the New to have it known, that they will neither t'ne discusien of: relijiarj: or politics part and,in J

.t To wear your colors on bis .breast- Yorker inferior to that of no journal of its lead the van nor follow the train of ..adhering this rule,ivo have excluded many -

'Y'For To run before vain endeavors you call ; class in this country.II. Designing Political Intriguers, who am men articles from its columnsTlie same regulation .

r>'< I. will rae let not, wed at all! rest-, 'Political Intclligcncc. this department of principle in proportion to their interest. will be con tinned, although elegance

(London Court Magazine. : alone does the New-Yorker present Several columns of the Gazette will be power and poignancy. may sometimes receive
denial. :
a work is
I ." I -.0. +__ an anomaly in the history of the news- .appropriated to Essays of a moral and miscellaneous nently established now fcrtni
although at its
'f STANZAS FOR MUSIC. paper press of the Union. Our'plan embraces character,. under the head of menccmcnt there were probably llioscwlmpresaged con:

We parted in silence ve parted by night, the collection of every important Reading for Saturday Evening.'" duration to be but like Jonal,',

.Op the" banks* pf.that lonely river item of political intelligence-whatever: be The publishers ate fully aware of the gourd. It lias been patronised by tttoc

Where the fragrant limes their boughs its character and bearing in- tie languageof difficulty of their undertaking, but place whom we should} feel proud to name, wen:

united : record, and with tbo strictest great reliance on the public liberality, and we permitted, and of whose continued'kind
"Ve met-and we parted torevcr. believe that a ness and attention we have assurance.
regard, to preservation of an diligent attention to business,
The night bird and the stars above unquestioned The columns! of the
sang Amaranth cmbiacccriginalitolcs
and zealous
between the a to serve the will
neutrality public,
*,Told many a touching story, contending ,' ,.&c. from tie
i i4 Of friends lone pat to.the kingdom: of love. parties, .opinions' and scetional., ., divisions secure to themselves a liberal share of patronage aA! I.Lfn/tn/tTk and essays Il Iinania6nd tuntnra pens_ it"ALSO

Where the soul wears its manue' 01 glory. existing in the country i no waiter rciers wo iftrend hereafter to py-forstichartict!i

W o'p artedin'silence-our cheeks were wet, with a proud satisfaction to the fact, that The City of Tallahassee: being located as shall be acceptable from those tvhosicommunicaiibtis

.*With the tears that were past'controlling; I throughout the past year, he has presented j in the centre of Florida, and surrounded will add interest to any

WArnwedwewould" ; never.-no neverforget minute and circumstantial acconnt of all by many natural advantages, possessing ina worl extant: We arc aware it will put uv '

And those vows at the time were conso the elections which have taken place in the given space aronnd its centre, a larger to much expense, but we are resolved to do

.. ling; several States, during an eminently ardent J population than that of any other portionof every tiling in our power to render the \'oil:
But the lips'that'echoeil that vow of mine the worthy liberal support, and! tic only way;
rf'IAre'coldla I that iely'river,' and excited canvass, without once incurring j Territory within the same limits, 'has I I to receive the encouragement of the public

And that eye;the beautiful'spirits shrine<< the censure or even' the exception of any but one weekly newspaper. In addition ii to pay for well written articles We make:

',Ha shrouded its fires forever. political journal.. And, while he reservesto to this there arc many valuable sections of no pretensions to a superiorityovcr,o.lI.lc.*

t And now,on the midnight sky I look, himself,the right of commenting y ]country, which we doubt not, will soon; be literary trorks-f we have no.lilred'cdlll1r-:

,Aod my heart grows full to weeping,. but freely on the topics of the day, and,'of 'brought into cultivation, should the present to puff us! into nestles, not"do we'!ion:! forth u I

I acbstar jis to me asealed bpok, offering such suggestions as the :aspects of 1 prices of tIle great staple of the country be long-wladed prospectus: ', to trumpet our OWL

"' Some tale,of that toyed one keeping. the times may seem to require, he yet holds maintained' ; which must considerably literary consequence, and promising; nut-
I augment
We parted in silence, we parted'in tears, himself pledged that such remarks shall not the population of the' Territory.. do all others. No,our journal can speaker!

..I''.Pa; the banks.of that lonely river; interfere, in any material degree.with the From the considerations stated above itself, andvo wish for no'one to sub'criir,
But unless lie thinks/ it
the odour of
and bloom of. those deserving patronage
bygone vi wg.the doctrines have hesitation
the no in
x"' believing tlatvo
years, prospects any. Mottling is admitted into the paper whi'h
.Shall.hang round its waters'forever. political party. lIe cherishes-the confident ,may with, confidence, rely for complete docs not possess merit ; allmm poetry {n:
i* '[London Metropolitan. expectation, that tbo. files of the Ne\V-Yorker success of oar undertaking on the support !I and.eemmunicationsMipon dry mid backuiu

... will hereafter be referred for the truth of a generous public. subjects, unless of the very first order arc

t.. v Ev. ;ING.MELODIES. of any controverted statement regarding: : .CofDrnoss.-The: "Tallahassee Gazette entirely excluded Tim selections aromatic

r ..T4%S> ARZ'5WUTZX BIAMI. 0 '0'1:1't11.. I the results of 'elections,,&c. &c.,since, its I and General Advertiser" will) be publishedon from Periodicals the very best Foreign and Amcricai. t
establishment.with mutual deference a royal sheet four which the Editors are rcg
and I super at dollars
t L tnresweetlybeamingo'erus, with enWeAconvietion perannum ularlysnpplicdand every thing of interest
'Al\c1\ the of absolutecertainty. payable in advance or on delivery .
aniHmportance will have

y in its
; a place Co-
Like storm of truth before us, HI. General Intelligence-Consisting.f of the first dumber. Four dollars and fit:: limns. In noticing new publications

r ,Smiles upon our way Foreign: and Domestic News,Literary.Jtems} 't ty cents if paid after the expiration of six I have, and shall continue fo take an indepen

+Thcn,whileeach illuminated feeling Statistics' ,Brief Notices of.the Drama,&c. months, or five; dollars if i paid at the close I I dent e nncvo shall not be governed b*

Glows beOeltolh'tbe sight However it may be the fortune of others of the year. bribery, but make our remarks devoid of

*#Jie, On us woo heart the< isions, stealing to obtain the confidence and patronage of No subscription will be received for a less fears or the hope of favor. The drama sLat:
our .
to-night. the public the credit term than not be altogether neglected, but rcceiveiM
of prospective improvements one year, and the paper will not
'Alttoq fairylike! anij share of notice .
Meeting the musical
and future excellence be discontinued without ; departmental-
ar' ; the pub orders until all
"Seems ar
Ijfe's young career, ushers % will) command share of attention.
at'Npw a smile the glance is meeting,, are content to rest their claims >\\o rearages are'paid.. W U Kwrk is embellished occasionally itla

Now silent tear ; public consideration distinctly on what t I The first number will be issued during .engravings executed in the best manncr.nnd

...Then' before: shade-is !lying the}'have already accomplishedand: respectfully the ensuing summer or early in the fall,. music- with accompaniments for the Punt

On' the scene SQ bright, .invito the patrons of American litera- Communications addressed to tho publislf- Forte.flute, &c. The, terms, to city subscribers -
Let in'a wreath undying ,. ture to examine their journal and judge erg must be post paid. -, one dollar ,and fifty .cents, in ad
.{\ rkl+* 'e the hours tonight.bMILE what; it trill be from what it is* JOHN BALDWIN. vance,
J When it is-i considered that periodical DAVID SIIEFFEft. As our country subscribers. will be taxed

ON. pf like, character for originality; andiVariety Tallahassee, April J7, 1835. postage on their papers, wetliall'cxact but,
Smile on to thee life's of .one dollar,always paid in advance otherwise
f early literary contents ;
comprehensivcnejs of
IVUJltC they will be the
'J Seems fresh and charged usual subsrrif;
; joyous
now, plan and the
.".The light i hope'cao serer of matter weekly presented AIYIERICANMAGAZINS lion. These regulations will be strictly
: play has ever been ,
attempted in thU adhered to.
More sweetly o'er brow. Of rueful Entertaining '
thy Knowledge
Smile country at a less price than three to.five No subscriptions received at distance.
on-Ccould'st thou but be illustrated by a
To me youth's dream of old, dollars/ per annum, the publishers trust t1i@p\ Engravings. (except, from agents,) unless accompanied

How warm wouldibe-the lonely heart will not be deemed presumptuous' in expressing BY TOE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY. with the payment for one year in advance

Whose p eiS'.iQt'aDd.cold !- the hope"" their journal will attract The success which has attended the pub An IlndgewaterMass.edition of the paper i..published at East

Smile oo-let youth's Impassioned'.dream the attention,, even if it should nosecure lication of the best Magazines from the tioim3&C. must be addressed where all communica H-
'. Its spell around thee weave' the favor,of tho patrons of Ameri English Prcssrlias led to preparations for Drown,post paid, or they will remain George dead

Ere. time batbtaugbttbatpteasresgleans. .literature. II. GREELEY & Co.CONDITIONS. issuing..a periodical more particularly adapted in the office. We are.obliged to adopt HA-
Can brighten and deceive; to the wants and taste of the American rule,as our postage hai become a heavy tax

'miJ .00-0 could'slthou but recaj' public. While it will be the object of tho upon us.
low gladly me youth's would fading I light, I .Saturday will published every proprietors to make tbo work strictly what 0)::: The next volume of tho AmarantU
wear the morning oo a
thrall large imperial
its title indicate3f.it'will will be issued
Of those sweet hours tonight) : sheet of',the beat quality and afforded nevertheless" con weekly, $4'per annum, oCtbt.size
taro and
all articles of interest to its style of the New-York1\lirrorand !
en. patrons Jo city or TWO DO I patrons, those
country Lwhich of
our subscribers-who wish- to Lave
appear Magazines
..t I Dcrn i-4 grocer having anumler LARS per; annum poyaife in* advance Extensive the paper, will please notify its before the
of tueparatioM'e been
the empty: hogsheads to sell,Jaced on on The'experience,of the past lea a 4rqonisbl" ed into, both with artists and enter expiration of the volume- A semf-montbly
of the txLvcrnelt,and, wiotefon it es us to regard the advance from Authors.to edition, will also- be continued-.UWJatI
payment_ furnish
front all
JFor of the Union
S u. waggish tar I parts draw $ 9.
passion by no- djsUf&gubscribers as ai*indispensable con-
( .i ings and illustrations
iced of
the error in'iho>,&pelling! ,and wrote ditiofit When, froou peculiar circumstances interest which every subject of fcj- Ourexchaoge- list'has increased tc
below the
{ Fof freight+ or. passage apply to the ,payment is delayeditill the expiration believe wilt enable confidently such an extent, that we are obliged to erase
bunghole" of the., quarter, fiftycent. w4be: added. them to issue a work many valuable papers from our list, au"<
honorable to its title much
and acceptablQ the agaruUour inclination however, I**
Dra'Bus Any person-,remitting ten dollars ;
free of '
\VioTEvuar-By taturaling 'American.People. those who have and still continue to pub
the water m hich the lime is to be slacked ,charge to us b ball recejve abucopies for onu The American; Magazine; is published lish our prospectus' we shall feel io duty

with common wit, zi whitewash 'may be year. aadiq the same proportion for 4.larger monthly-each bound, to extend towards them the hand of
jiaA,,which wm neither number.. Post Muter and others Q1bercont.iniDg between fellowship.
crack nor rub off arc forty,aqd fifty imperial
On hands or clothes. TespectfuUyrequested to interest themselves! 'Dollars pages,at Two Nov. 1st 1834.
per annum,pay able in advance.
in our behalf; with the
tw tileids. I' assurance that the It comptises Portraits
bundle of raccoon will-tan.sijnstere, you qse'' A best_,possible. terms willbe afforded them.. Sketches of distinguished and Americans Biographical l WM. 'A WHITEHEAD
lately sold - toWjWwnofSi.LooB. Qa opening PROSPECTUS OF. ,THE Views. of Public; Building Monument, NOTARY PUBLIC.. ,

bafldlehe he' fyand that they were about! T.UUII.sau: cds>CTrt' Ofc: QftfATj: AD and; improvements ; Landscape scenery. CbsTox-HorsB, MAKCU 17, 1835.
half po um skins with the boundless variety and beauty of which
nccontaUs tied VE'1tJ.. ,
to them.. in this JOB
The undersigned country, will form an unceasing PRINTING X2SECU
I proposottopQbli0hiA source' of instruction and

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