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: July 25, 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: UF00049046:00034

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TIlE ENQUIRER is Published every Satfurday : improve tile taste, cultivate'the 'mind, and]
morning, at FIVE DOLLARS per ..... raise the aflectlom'of! the youth to Appropriate t
annum and worthy object We would,
ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of make them better children better brother,

A One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, for better sisters, better pupils, better associ
tho first insertion, and Seventv-Five Cents ates and, in the end, better.citiz na.
for each subsequent continuance. All Ad. ..QUI... We beg the friends of education, especially
vertisements will be continued until otherwise parents and teachers, to .Tie w the
j ordered. None will be considered matter in this light. Let children look upon '

less than a square. the pictures, not as pictures merely
NO subscription will be discontinued L but let them be taught to study them. Whatcan
unless at the option of the Editor, until all EDITED ND BUBLIS1IED BY JESSE TKINSON.J be more rich valuable materials! for in*
arrears are paid. J structivo lessons than a good engraving? .
All letters to the Editor on business, i VOL 1., KEY WEST, SATURDAY JULY 25.1835. NO. 31. After this brief explanation of our princi
must be Post Paid. I MI pIes and purposes we ask tho cooperationof

-- - I number of all who receive this circular. Will yon
YORK TYPE FOUN Contributed to by a practising
Jfor" the information of Mariners generally, I BRUCES The subscribers Physicians. aid us by your influence in, this great work,

we have procured from the Collector the inform the printers, that they have respectfully recently; The object of this work is to present every the formation of mind and character:: for the
rising Will assist all its
schedule of the situation of the generations you
following completed of I connected with diseases and its
variety new fonts of letterin subject
Light Houses along the Florida shore, the style of the latest European sped treatment which, by its simplicity and per your American power, in schools our endeavors and to introduceto firesides

under his supcrintence. mens,well calculated for ornamental printing spicuity of its details,shall enable all who the stories and parlors, ,
of Parley Maguine1Ever
CAPE FLORIDA LIGHT.-Stationary or sastcful and wish to be informed in this most
display( making an as. thoroughly .
single number of the new volume
Situated on the South side of Key Biscayne
sortment of Printing Types unrivalled in interesting and important of sciences. will have
about 400 yards from the beach.- beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens The advantages of such a publication to : sufficient to a strong paper cover, abundantly
preserve the work in good order
The Light may be considered 70 feet above may be obtained at the Foundry, all ranks of society need not be insisted up ; for binding, and for use in schools.
the level of the sea, distant from the gulf No. 13, Chambers street, near Chatham st. on, since they must suggest themselves to The yearly dollar
stream about miles. Vessels drawing 10 It contains specimens from Twelve Line every reflecting mind. Under the influence friends will subscription being one
feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles of the Pica to Pearl-comprising of the diffusion of sound medical knowledge our of perceive the impracticability *

liehf Lat. 25 47 N-Long. 80 42 W. 45 forms of Roman Caps, with 1. case. among all classes, empiricism must bo counts.keeping It is therefore open so many indispensable thousand that ac- .

LIGHT SHIP FLORIDA situatedon 35 do Italic do do disarmed of the dangerous weapons with we should require payment always in ad- + it
Carysford's Reef, near the site of the 5 do title Roman do do which it wars so successively against the life vance..
old one, in Lat. 25 08 N.Long. 8027 W. 5 do title Italic do d. of man; the abusive employment of medicines Two numbers more will close the first
It is easily distinguished, as! two distinct fi do sh'd Roman do dq, so baneful to hcaJth, will give place to year, and we,Dow give notice that all who
\ light*arc shown, which can generally be 17 do Antique do do the rational administration of remedial desire to continue the Magazine,may signify
seen at the distance of 12 mile! Its object 12 do Black do do agents, and the scientific and experienced their intentions J.by a seasonable advancefor
is to warn vessels from the dangerous 5 do Open Black do' do physician will bo aided in his efforts to alleviate the second )ear. .
rocks and shoals near which it is placed. 2 do Script do do the sufferings of humanity. Nothing If any of tho subscribers should not receive
5 do Germ'n Textdo do that can add to the utility of the wdrk
KEY WEST LIGHT-Stands on the I all their numbers, they can requestthe
S. West Point of the Island of Key West, 25 do Two 1'ne rom'n caps with figs i. shall be neglected. The principles of dent post master to notify us of such as are
is in Lat. 2433 1.2 N.Long.81 52 ).2 11 do Two lines Italic capitals. I and regimen shall he explained, and their missing, and they shall be sent again free of
W. ; erected for the purpose of guiding ves- 10 do SU'd Caps of various kinds. application enforced. The ingredients of charge .
sell when entering the harbor ; the directions 6 do Open do do secret remedies shall be given and the whole
for which are as follow, : Bring the 7 do Italic capitals and figures. subject matcria medics shall be discussed Ten copies free of postage.tfT'To .
light to bear N. N. W. and the Sand Key Besides ornamental letters, backslope, : and explained in a lucid and simple style. ( accommodate aUlciadon.lcboolt
Light to bear W. S. W. and you cross the music,lottery figures, piece fractions, su I (OTA: premium of $100 will be awardedto and individuals,for the distribution wo will
Reef in about 5 fathoms water; run for Key periors,astr nomical and othcrsigns space the writer of the best essay (not exceed. deliver at any post office in the United i
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 x
steer N. W. until you open Fleemings Key braces more, than two hundred kinds of the community of,the general diffusion of addresser ten dollars remitted to us without
-which is a Mangrove Island in the northern borders, and more ban 1000 kinds of cuts medical knoivled l. The essays are to be cost. LILLY WAIT & CO.
part of the!harbor, and then run for it. and ornaments for school books, newspapers directed. post paid, to the editor, in all of Boston Feb. 16. ,
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 for
from the level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches. &c will be expected with'the utmost promp upon the decision of several eminent phys tho appointment of Pilots, and regulating)
Light Stationary. titude large stock being always on hand. icians. tho rata of pilotago at Key West, and
SAND KEY LIGHT-Revolving once They will also execute orders for printing (O j::rEditors, postmasters and others, arerespectfully for other purposes.
presses, ink, &c. which they will furnish at I invited to act as agents. Any
in 54 seconds. It is the best light on the SEC. 1. Be it enacted by,tho Governor
the manufacturer's who remits ten dollars will have ten
S. from .West prices. person and Legislative Council of the
coast ; S. W. by Key Light. I Territory
Printers Persons
of will copies forwarded him.
Lat. 24 26 N-Long' 81 67 W., situated this advertisement newspapers(with, this please note)three publish dollar will have eight numbers remittingone sent.- of Florida, That the Act passed 15th Feb.;
directly on the Reef. The Light 70 feet 1834 to provido for the appointment of
times,sending a paper containing it to the All distant communications to be addressedto ,
above the sea.TORTUGAS. Foundry, and receive payment when they the editor, No. 6 Cortlandt street, New pilots and to regulate the rate of pilotageAt
LIGHT-Stationary-on purchase four times the amount of their bills York, (and must be postpaid) Yearly subscribers Key West, be, and the same is )hereby
one of the Dry Tortugas Islands, near the from the Factory. to o.1. repealed,and that hereafter appointment
western extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 The editor has great pleasure in being '
GEORGE BRUCE, & Co. + of pilots, and the regulation of pilotagein
31 N.Long. 83 10 W., able to announce the approbation of many
New York.Ordersforthe. Monroo county, shall be by tho county
eminent medical to the plan of
O' '- above Foundry will be gentlemen when awcmblcd for
I :: court, county purposes,
attended if sent to .
immediately I and the qualifications duties of pilots, i
ST. JOHN'S RIVER. A. E. MILLER.No. PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. and tho rates of pilotage, shall be tho same '
4s A ne3o light house has recently been I I 4 Broad' .-.st.- Charleston 8.C." as vas established\ before.the of
the pf the St. Jobn's Ri, May 23 Circular toParentsTcichersScliool, : Committees passage
Fretted it 'aiq utJ I tho before, recited Acts but the 1
and all who feel interest in tho county
E. F.which was illumined lor'the first ,
er, ,
TYPE'FOUNDRY shall hove full to
time, on the 18th Dec. last. H improvement of youth/ court power prescribe
We have been politelyfurnished, by an AVING Purcbased of Mr. RICHARD ',T is-not quite a year since Parley's Mag- qualifications,1; and make any alter-
intelligent shipmaster, with: the following RONALDSON his long established and 'azine. was commenced,during'that short tious in regard to Pilots and Pilotage, "a*
directions and bearings :- very extensive Type Foundry,.the subscribers period the number of subscriber Lave,increased they may deem proper and' requisite] and l
have for the
It co-partnership to 20,000'and the work has received
; to Lear S. W. to h'no or dismiss Pilot for improper
"Bring the light house by purpose of continuing business, and for where, the most unqualified any
half W.in four fathoms water,and make for tho convenience of their friends and patrons probation.every It has found its 'to thousands ap. conduct, but no Pilot shall be appointed {
it. This will carry a vessel drawing 8 or ,have removed their establishment to a of families,, and while it way has enteredthe I or dismissed except when the judge of the
0) feet, safely in at high water. Continue more central part of the city. As it is their social circle, its unobtrusive lesions county court and three justices be present, 8
your course for the light until you have 4 intention to keep on hand a good assortment have, we trust, often bad a salutary influence and concur in .such appointment or dismissal
fathoms, and haul up N. W. by W. for the of the bust type, and to make such additionsand on the juvenile mind and heart. It and the judge shall have power to
mouth of the river. If the large house on improvements as the taste of the trade has also found its way to the school room ; call three ju:.tices.pftht1 county. together'
the starboard side of the river can be seen and the wants of the
country require, they and classes of have been cheered
. over the north point of the beach, bring to flatter themselves that this establishment twice many a month by pupils the welcome voice of to act upon any application for a'branch,

hear S. W. by W. half W. and run for it un will merit a large share of patronage. They the teacher bidding them to lay aside, for a or upon complaint made against Pilot, }
til you get the above bearing of the light, have now several fonts on hand, which can few days, the class book which they have and tho Pilots now in ,commission shall #
then run for it as abore directed and you be furnished at a few hours notice, and are read over and over, perhaps twenty times, retain their branches until the next session
will have the greatest depth of water that prepared to make fonts ol all weights and and read the pages of Parley's Magazine.The .- of the county court, 'when: Qpqnupp1ica.
there is on the bar. sizes, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, includinga demand for the work, to be used in tion to the court new branches shall issue
u This light house will be of great impor great variety of Ornamental Letter.- schools, is rapidly increasing. to all such as the court may think properto
tance. No notice, has, to our knowledge, Their assortment Cuts and Dashes, Brass Encouraged by such unexampled success, grant branches tot 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 he his .
has been, that masters "of vessels be very extensive, of which specimens will still more worthy of so liberal a patronage; branch pay five dollars
have been deceived, and in one instance, a be forwarded to Printers as soon as they and not to remit their exertions till tllef see for the use of, the county, and one
vessel mistook the object for another light, can be prepared. it introduced into families and schools, dollar to the clerk, whp shall also furnish "
and ran to St. Augustine, causing a delay Printing Presses of every description, throughout the whole length and breadth ot each Pilot appoitned with the .rules) and
in reaching berdestination of several days. Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, the United States regulations established by the court in i
Composing Sticks, Brass Galleys, Imposing In this view they have secured new aid relation to Pilots and Pilotage; and every t
R E. WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR, Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, in the editorial department. The late edi Pilot shall give bond with 2 or more good
,ESPF.CTFULLY Inform the Printers Standing Presses Furniture, together witha
tor of the Juvenile Rambler,who in addition and sufficient securities to bo approvedby
of the United States, to whom they have complete assortment of all articles used to his qualifications as a writer for the
long been individually known as established in a Printing Office will be kept constantlyon young, has the advantage of many years experience the court, in the sum of one thousand
Letter Founders, that they have now form. hand. as a teacher, will henceforth assist dollars" to the Governor of the Terrtory.
ed a co-partnenhip in said business, and Small fonts, suitable for Bookbinders, in conducting it. and his snccssorsin i office, for the faithful
hope from their united skill and experience, in great Variety, may be had when called We propose to present in the progress of performance of his duties as a Pilot, which'
to be able to give satisfaction to all who for. such volume,a great variety of interesting bond shall be recovered j in anT court of
may favor them with orders. Olden from all parts of the Union will be important topics,among which are the following competent jurisdiction, at the .first' term

The introduction of machinery in, placeof promptly and most carefully attended to, ; after the bond shall ,be sued for, and all
the tedious and unhealthy practice of and particularly in supplying SORT'S for all I. .N.tunl.lliltor",of beasts, birds, fish Pilots in l this j county ,haU, renew, .their
casting type by band, long desideratum by fonts furnished by their predecessors, Bin es, reptiles insects, plants, flowers' trees, branches
the European and American Founders,Was, oy & Ronaldson, and Richard: Konaldson the human frame;fcc. once a year '
by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure Stereotypingin all its branches,executedby II. Biography { especially he younj. Passed February 7lbiB35. y t
of time and money,on the part of our L. Johnson, as heretofore. III.Geography; accounts of places,man Approved February J 41h,1835.' ,
senior partner,first successfully accomplish JOHNSON It SMITH.No. ners, customs Ax.
ed. Extensive use of the machine cast let 6, George St. Philadelphia, 1033. IV. Travels and Voyages ; in various THE Subscriber would Inform his friends ,
ter, has fully tested and established its superiority ( Publishers of Newspapers who insert parts of the world.V. the public, that he prepared to
in every particular, over that cast this advertisement, and forward a paper Lively descriptions of curiosities attend to any butinets that nay be entrusted i
by the old process. containing it to J. & 8. will be entitled to of nature and art; in each of the United to his care in the _
business will hereafter $3 payable in settlement of their accounts States, and in other countries.VI. AU9TJON AND COMMISSION LINE
The Letter
be carried Foundry on by the parties before when their bills amount to not less than 10., Lessons' on objects that daily ,surround : Hit office Is up stairs in Mr. F.A. Broirne t
J. It S. children in the parlor, nursery gar WareHouse, where hemsy ,t all times.be
named under the firm of White,Hagar ft co. i
Their specimen exhibits a complete series CHEAT,VAtUABLEjANBEminESTINO WORK I den&c Accounts of trade and. employ. found.11. takes this opportunity of rendering

from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book The Family Physicianand Gazette of Human menu. thanks for past favors, and hopes,' by unremitting F
in the most modem VII. Particular duties of the to
and News type being I4 fe. young< j attention to business i merit *
light and style. parents,, teachers, brothers,sisters, &c. ,
continuance of public patronage.* t.
Being a Library of Health and Hygenie, VIII. Bible lessons and stories.
White, Hagar & Co. are agents for the and of Popular and General Medical J03. A. TJIQtmON.
tale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press Knowledge, rendered familiar to every IX. Narratives ; such as are well authenticated (Dec. 6, 1"34.,n3'tfJ _
es, which they can furnish to their custom individual:embracing every subject connected original tales. 'i ,
en at the manufacturers prices. Chases, with the prevention, treatment, X. Parables, fables,and proverbs,where DMINISTRATOR'S OTICE.All .- ;
Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every and 'cure of diseases-the qualities of the moral*is obvious and excellent.XI. A persons baring any demands agamst -

article used in the Printing Business, kept medicines-their rood and ill effects on, Poetry t adapted to the youthful capacity the estate of H. 8. Wlter house It-
for sale,and furnished oa the shortest no health-the ingredients of secret or patent : and feelings. ceased, are particularly requested; 10 present
tice. Old type taken in exchange for newat ,medicines-tbe true principles of eating X1L Intelligence f,etnbracbg accounts them to Ihe'wbacnber withpntydon '

9 cents per pound. and drinking, creating and drinking of Juvenile books, societies, aadrenurkatie orbeffretbe led TK ov ..t
N. B. Newspaper Proprietors who give to live-domestic cookery: -chemistry-. occurrences. $ .
fceHt'M be barred sad *
the above three insertions, will be entitledto and a great variety curious; valuable, Many of these subjects will fee Wonted ,or ; -
Five Dollars in such articles u they may and interesting knowledge,of the highest* by DUm'1'OCII'an4 tie dtlM eagrovloff,'prepared '} I.. ........' ..... = .
select from oar specimen. importance to all, and hitherto-bidden) by the best artists,sad *..*.c with 'RnWIi: -
New ,1'0rJcII35. from tbenmi of mankind. a view not only to adore tfc*worry tot to May /u, JtN. (*It a

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.w p l\hXICO: 31st Marcil. I. (longer;; sodowh i'comelhrashonlLelloor
.- *. ,that t a fresh revolution I fell a little ono sided,and canted my foot,
s ENQ1TI1WR.- I the south of this repuban that was'what spraint my ankle so bad.: \
I Alvarez who demands But tho Gincral has rubbed it over so mud!
(rOBUUIED WWKL* of WJlITEJlEAD ST.) beAT that it's
president St. with opedildoc got most well so 1
FIVE DOLlARS PER,ANNUM. ." can hegin.to hobble about a little with n '

What, I if but II":Nap t 0.(!JUI.l f 1'-CoWI'En'o i "Mexico,April 1st. staff, and go tip! and down stairs by holding
all sides by revo- on to the banisters.
.JITJ.Y 25, 1835. on
but little douut i Well, after I fell, the Gineral said there t
IN Ai1 IIRALTY. be the theatre of want but one chance left, and that was Mr.
f' BENJAMIN T. WILLSC, ot. al. ,' suficr} a great panliza- I: Van Buren. If he could'nt do if, 'there
vs. Libel forSalvage. want a man to be found that could. So he

The Belgian Barque Jean Key}J .\ Cnuz, April G. stript off his coat, and pulled off his boots
I and Cargo. that four states have and hat, and spit on !ties hands, and begunto
The testimony in this case sustains every ngainst Santa Anna, climb. And by dings he was the slick
material allegation in the Libel, except the are expected.: As yet est climber ever I did sec. Yon could'ntsee
how ho held what he
on, nor braced
one relating to money in the possession of to injure the com his
Captain Ruurds, and the averment that the ." feet :against, nor what he took hold on with
crew of the Barque at any time refused to says the N. York Com his hands, nor nothin. But some how or
do duty while that vessel was in danger.In tho total loss of the U. other he worked along as still as a mouse
it is and kept gaining up, hitch after hitch, till
these two particulars unsupported, during the late gale
it of the he got up within about a foot of the window
in all others, presents a history ; and crew, saved.
casein no respect stronger, or more favorable built at Washington and we thought he was jest ready to
to the claims of the actors, than that led 12 She was take hold! of it, when all at once he slipt,
which is the witnesses and guns. and down he come. But it did'nt disconv
given by con- by
new plan, suggested
tained in the protest. From all of these, not answered the ex- bobcraic him a hair. lIe turned right roundto
it that the Jean load- the Gineral as calm as a moonshine,and
appears, Barque Key, of of her. Officers of the
ed.with a, valuable cargo consisting of up- a { considered 'her a dan says he, Gineral, it would'nt prove ,any
wafMs Of cOO boxes of sugar and other will not bo unwilling to thing if I should get up to the window,
and, I guess we may as well let it alone.
articles, and buund from Havana to Antth her
werp,struck upon a dangerous shoal of the completed destiny. Well, well, says the Gineral, then I'm I
Florida Reef on the morning of the 20th ry ORLEANS, May 23. convinced that the feller went out throughthe
of May, where she remained thumping: Cm.-We took some keyhole; that's as den as preachin,
to ascertain !the number he never to that window in the
got world
heavily upon the rocks with the sea breaking: up
over her for more than fifty hours, without different grave yards of for there nint a man in the country that
the greatest pleasure can; climb equal to iilr. Van Buren.
any possibility of getting her off in a shorter be Well,
that the health of the
I, Gincral, not to disputc'your
period,notwithstanding the greater part says word
j of her: lading was taken out within that at this season of the :. about it, but as for believing that the feller
time and transhipped to other vessels, and The aggregate num- got out through the key hole, I don't believe
the had,the assistance of upwards of forty three grave yards from a word of if. I don't believe any body cango '
men in addition to her own crew, laboring ,I a inst. inclusive, was one through a key hole but a witch, and I
' s six; which makes an av- witches are rather scarce articles
most! assiduously day and .night for the now
;ry purpose of relieving her. The Court con- day-induing the bod- days.But]
eiders it unnecessary to recapitulate all the Hospital. The state says the Gineral, how can thai be f
circumstances of this transaction. The cemeteries stand I am sure I'm right. lilt Van Buren could'nt
badness of the weather,tho violence of the 120,Old Catholic 19, climb up to the window, and there'd nobody
sea, the heavy thumping upon the rocks, Estimating the present in the country that can climb equal: to
the very leaky condition of the ship produce city at 75,000, we think him.i Says I, Gineral,. not as you knowson
r. by that thumping, and the arduous and reason to congratulate ; there's folks in this country that can
unremitted exertions ofso many men,aided I I healthy state of the city,, climb better than yon think for; did you
by six vessels, for so great a length of time fears about the cholera ever sec Judge White climb?
before she could be relieved, arc all set serve to show how At this the Gincral colored up as red as
forth in the Libel, and in the protest made by of weekly bullei anJ turned on 'his heel,and says
w lender oath by the officers of the ship ; and ho of deaths would be ; heshot up the stable, and' let's go in, to
all shew tho inevitable destruction to which } they are to counteract breakfast. Your loving cousin,
this vessel and her loading were doomed, timerous people spread SARGENT JOEL DOWNING.
''had ifhc not, received such able, prompt, first intelligence of a
and vigorous assistance. Nor is the merit disease. Last CONJUGAL El"DEAIlMEND.1Iy dear, I
of the services rendered in this case confined the effects of a 'black I'll thank you for a little more sugar in my I

to the exertions of the actors in getting I no ono knows coffee, if you.please.1 i
,the ship off the rocks; for had.they thenrcshipped spread about My dear !don't' ear'me. I'd as soon
the cargo which they had taken that we were our have you call me devil as my 'dear. *
'outof her, and delivered her tip to ,the deceived by it.- 'Well,my devil then-I'll ehankI'oti'for
management 'Of her own crew, that crew two or three cases of> a little more sugar in myjcoffee'.1 1<* ,
could not have 3y as it was known i in At this of
prevented her going to the 'r'I proof affection on the part of
1 bottom for with the smaller portion of bilious cholic, but the her husband, Mrs. Snapdraggon burst into
of herfading.which remained in her hold, .is never to return again a flood of tears. She had-got up, as the
so leaky was her condition, it was considered American saying is, 'wrong end foremost' that morn
by her officers unsafe to tiust her in LAW.-At a late Has ing, and nothing could please 'her. She
the open sea least she should sink, and a Va. a case of was no more satisfied by being called my
number of the salvors were retained on I was decided under the devil than my dear, thc;ugji sheliad a minute .
board to aid her exhausted.crew in working The plaintiff was before declared she preferred( it. Oo
tho pumps to keep her afloat until she could' wife, and brought the contrary she took her husband to task
t be,brought to this port, and the residue of by a severe tfor Ms ready compliance with her sugges
her cargo be taken from her. by defendant. On the
I Ithe tions.Oh
Another circumstance which adds to that,plaintiff had whi P- ,you vile,wicked, fjood{ for nothing
merit of the services rendered in this case, occasioned the casti1 man!' she exclaimed, 'is it thus you tree
t is, that some of the property employed by from the defendant. The yoar affectionate wife? Is it thus that you
the actors in relieving the ship was material; of ten minutes, bro't apply names to her which I dare not mention -
ly injured, and the whole of it exposed I to guilty as to the defen ?'
iminent danger; and as regards most of the plaintiff receive 39 'But.my devil you. did mention it just
them, that property was all they had; they of suit to be paid by now. You suggested the idea-:-you put
were dependent upon it and their own exertions : which sentence was im tho very words into my mouth; and I always
for the means of subsistence and into effect. The law of like to comply with your wishes, you
bad they lost it,they and all who relied u ip- : will be found in the know. So my dear -my devil, 1 mean, a !
on them for support would have been thrownupon Lnw.-Fayette-; little more sugar if you please !
the chanty of the world for all the 'Sugar! I will not give you a Jot more; I
Comforts essential to life. Regardless! \ 'I'll see you.hanged first. You use more i
however, of considerations so vastly important the following genuine 'sweetening than yonr odious neck is worth I
to themselves, they entered upon ? serve to sweeten poli- 'l'ncquired that habit from having so
this duty with that intrepidity and carelessness d sweet a wife. Besides I pay for it out of

of consequences to their own interests, gazette, May 2.] .'my own money.!
.hich alone could secure the accomplishment : :f CITY, 'Now reproach me with my poverty,will
of the object they had undertaken, April 15, 1835. 'you? If I did'nt bring you any money, I
and the question how presented for the consideration DOWNING, editor of the '.'brought you respectableconnectioq aiidr-
of this Court is, what compenSa.tion Portland, awaydown 'True;you brought all your connections,'
should they receive for such services if timber State. 'Now you reproach me with that,do you f
These men have devoted themselves and in my last letter I was I dare say,you grudge my connections every -
their property delusively to this pursuit; you how the feller tried mouthful they eat while the, )'re here.1
a pursuit from its nature,precarious, peel ul- '. bed room, that t I I grudge nothing my dear-I mean my
!iaily bazardous, anti how I dev--' .
at all times exposing spraint my ancle: ,
its votaries to great privations and personal t l ) (coked into the'stable, 'Don't use that word again, Mr. Snar-
hardships, and if the emoluments expected was gone, we had a little 'draggon-:f you do I'll leave the,table.1Thank
from it were not in some degree commensurate he could get out. There you my love-then I'll help ray-
with, tbe..diliculties it i involves, it that he could get out self to the sugar.:
would' be opposed human experience, window that the Ginerai 'Yes,and you'd help yourself to another
,ma at war with the ordinary; motives which there was a man in wife, I dare say, if I was gone'
govern human action,to suppose, that they climb up to, and the oth 'I'm afraid there is but little chance for
would continue it; tllcdic'tatesofprudenco, e key bole! ,So we called that:-but my coffee is cooling, while I'm
the claims of family and friends,nay more, folks and had a try to waiting for the sugar.' .
the considerations of self preservation would climb up to it. The 'Then it'll be like your love, which bar
require them to abandon it for some other try for his climb been cooling ever since we married.
calling,which would 'more effectually secure : over. So he told Mr. Thank you dear, tbete's nothing like'way.
a remuneration for their toils and diftof he went up half sharp acid for a cooling draught .
ficulties. 'It is therefore, for the intereacommerce Kendle to try. Well he. ,Sharp acid I Do y.u call me a sharp: acid!
: ,and what is vastly more iraportant,1t .a higher} than Elair, but Ill not endure your taunts any longer. I'll
is promoting preservation of human more than half way to go home to my connections. l'111auc a 1,
|JlrO, that they should bo encouraged separate maintenance.'

tQ pursue with unabnyng vigilance and per- he, Sargent Joel 'Whenever you please, my dev- my
l ,severance an occupation so essential to the'safety : are a reaTTp'ringTc'bap 'darling.1
: of both. But for that can do it .
occupation, it seems to me 'I won't take such language from you.1rou
'i Jo the case now before the Court,a valuable to it, and up I (going with the sugar bowl nTher: band") i
h1p'ud cargo must inevitably have feller. I
( beep tossled and 'Leave the
me if please'U
'lost, byjt,every thing is saved to the o wn- I about three feet: [ 'Here take it.' Throwing sugar, you it at his head

could'nt hold..on no and exit.}-{N.Y.Trans.rrHE )

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to remcd; such an evil. Vfo giro our voice in which,all the. limbs of the perfect insect I .., 1 (1', .

ENQUIRER. however, in favor'of the late city council, aro* distinguishable,through th'o di pbClnqusrobe DIEDOn
as having done much to advance the interests with which they are. then shrouded.- Tuesday 2t i inst. Lieut. D A. 1\1 AN'- -'\ .! ':
t IiBY1VEST, : NING of the U. S. Army attached to the : '
of the place and its inhabitants 1 but, After remaining three or fourdays wrapped Garrison thin place. :

SATUItDAY, JULY 85, 1B33.We for the sake of argument allowing that they up in this manner, they become gnats and -

learn that a gentleman recently arrived were guilty of miscondnct in office, why ascend into a new clement. No sooner j\1Iff''t Jhlt.tlU tlltt. 't. "
. docs the chrysalis reach the surface of the .
should the whole body of the suffer
at Indian Key from Charleston! has.stated for their sins 1 people, .. water, than the insect with its head bursts PORT OP KEY WEST; ;1 s,. :1
I. '
mail Key
that the packet
i Josiah in "observa the shell, whicb'then.serves it for a boat, 19 =:Schr
her to that port was dismasted. Quincy, 1m eloquent AnntVKD-July Palestine,Wilson J i1
! voyage tions on the Boston Port Dm"-asks'what of which its wings arc the sails. If in this St. Marks, wood, to ma !er. ;' ". ''
into Savannah. She ar- ; !
and obliged to put
critical moment a breeze arises, it provesa 21 Brig Ann Maria, Ladieu hagona, to :
is it that the town Boston hathdonol what
ved at Charleston on the 5th inst. but had master. ; ., \ :
not been,refitted on the 8th-we may therefore new and unheard of crime have the inhabitants dreadful hurricinc to these pigmy sailors; Schr.;Carolina Brutus, Terry, Carapea- IU,"' : '
If 3 for it oversets the little bark,and the insect,
i reasonably expect that some days will committed to justify the enacting of chy, to master. ff'
elapse before we receive the mail which such disabilities 1 I' May we not ask the same not being yet disengaged from it, suffers a 22 Schr. Brilliant: Brown, St. Marks, ,to : ,

! yet should have left Charleston on the first of question as to Key West. He adds," punishrrcnts fatal shipwreck If, however, the weather, master.24 Bchr. Caroline', Watiington, Nassau, i II't A ,
calm the makes a mote
that descend prove gnat pros- \
I July. indiscriminately on sundries O.O'Hara. ) :\'.
all, ought to have the sanction of unerring rebus voyage. Having time to dry his SAILED-July 21-Schr.- Palestine, Wilson ,i :,
By late arrivals from Havana,intelligencehas wisdom and almighty power or it will be wings before leaving the boat, he is enabledto Savannah. .

been received of an insurrection among if mount into the air, where contemptible 22 Brig Ann Maria, Ladieu, New York.
questioned not opposed. The present )
outside of the walls which had Schr. Carolina Brutus,Terry, Charleston
t the negroes as'he seem lie becomes the inveterate -
in.nocent may 24 Schr.
vengeance-falls indiscriminately on the Brilliant. Brown .
been quelled after killing,about fifty, and it tormentor of the lords of the crea- if ,
as well as the supposed guilty, *
I was supposed about the same number of
a whole people arc accused-prosecuted $100 REWARDISCAPED !
ring leaders would be cxecute An existing -
they know not by wA in favor of the claims of Don -
i party
not wAcn how jolly 'husbands out in the by the
-proved guilty they know not country, from the
Carlos to the throne of Spain has recently Jail of Monroe
of Tim Watson Joe Brown and
and sentenced." names ,
been discovered in the city, and the meMures Bill Walker,sat late one evening at a village _/ County, Southern District of Florida t
The project of attending to all the local the
a prisoner name of JAMES S.
of the Government there-
consequent tavern until being well corned
wants of the people of Key West throughthe pretty /SIMONDS who was committed
upoto, have occasioned the flight of several they agreed that each one, on returning my (
officer under the on three indictments found the
county plea of their custody by
interested. home,should do the first thing his wife told i.f,,
) being less likely to err, reminds us of a remark him,in default of which 'he should the next grand jury of said County, on the several t

t Under our obituary head will be found made by an eminent Amcricanduriog morning pay the hill. They then separa charges of murder, piracy, and larceny, i i' '

"j the announcement of the death of Lieut. the French Revolution, when the Legislative ted for the night engaging to meet again and made his escape by means of false '
' keys on the night of tho 14th inst. He is
1 D. MANNING of the U. S. attached
Army, Judicial and Executive powers were the next morning and give an honest account -
native of \ Hartford ('orin. mariner ; ? .
a ew
( ) A ,
J to. the post here. It i is to be regretted leaving their usual channels and concentra of their proceedings at home, so far and has been for in

, that at a time of general good health, ting in the hands of a few. What should as they related to the payment of the bill. of trading and wrecking several'years vessels command :'and-
i Death's levelled dart"should strike atone wethink", said he, "of the musician, who The next morning Brown and Walker at one time commanded the sclin Lydia of
so generally respected, and in the should were early at their posts; but it was some-
yet cut three strings of his violin, and Philadelphia. He is about thirty years .of
time before Watson made 'his .
strength and vigor of youth. Lieut.M. was play upon one t And yet he may plead inexcise first appearance.Walker age, five feet five or six inches high, das'' it !'
native of North Carolina. that \ began down cast guilty look dark sallow
an with but one com-
V You see,when I entered my house tho
The Spanish Brig Fanny, JOAQUI CosTA string is more easily kept in tune!t" candle was out,and as the fire gave but a plexion, but from close confinement for
several months had become
,master,bound from Havana to Charleston It was said of Massachusetts in 170o, by glimmering light, I came near walking accidentally some somewhat
pale has a remarkable on his head and
some of the sycophants of that of batter that tho 1.
England into
" ,in ballast, struck on Carysfort Reef on a pot pan some scars about his face Ho is well ,
the night of the 15th inst., unshipped her the country would never be worth living cakes were to be made of this morning.My .- known in New York where his: wife's con + t

f' rudder, and was relieved by the wrecking in for lawyers and gentlemen,until the char wife, who was dreadfully out of humor nexions reside.

'I schooners Olive Branch, Pizarro and Ame terwas taken away." The charter of Key a at sitting up so long,said to me, sarcastically I will give the above reward if ho is so t

lia. She had several passengers on board, West has been taken away by "gentlemen and r Do put your foot into" the batter PJ cured in any Jail in the United Slates' ei '
"Just said I and
who left the vessel and proceeded to Indian I iouwerp"let them come and enjoy thefruitiV as you without say, Muggy the least, hesitation; I the same reward with all reasonable expen ;1 .
thereupon ,
Key, all of whom we have since learned, !uf I: UlTOES.-As we do not' doubtthat 9SS8 set my foot in the pot of batter, and then- ICS if delivered THOMAS td mo at EASTIN Key West. e''t '

have to Charleston in the schr. John '" I ,
gone neighbors, as well as ourselves arc always went toNext bed. !
U. S. ltfAnsJlAt
Dennison which left the 20th. The Joe Brown told 'his .
I brig desirous of knowing the characters, story. My t
Key West July 25 1835. ,
proceeded on her voyage. habits,&c. of the company they keepwehave wife said he, "had already retired to rest
N. B. The Printers on tho seaboardwill
in usual which
our sleeping adjoinsthe
. extracted from
The decision of the Court in the case of Encyclopaedia Americana kitchen, and the door of which was subserve the cause of justice by giving -

the Belgian Barque Jean Key, wreckedon the following notice' of a family left ajar. ,Not being ablo to navigate per tho above advertisement a few insertions
who favored the with their
her voyage from Havana to Antwerp, generally fectly well you know, I made a dreadful in their respective newspapers.WE .

will be found in another column of this day'sfi.r. visits, some weeks since. We have long clattering among tho household furniture; authori2ed, to
had an idea that the amiability of the and my wife, in no very pleasant tone, nounce W M. R. HACK-

X male,should be allotted a higher rank when bawled, out, "Do break porridge-pot LEY, Esq. as a, candidate

9,, tha IC blunts all sorrow'lias as compared with that of the female, sex, than Joe', No sooner said than done. I seizcd to represent Monroe county

in.-flecting/t>uw :at the abolition | generally; receives,.and we arc glad to: '' hold of the bail of the pot, and striking i in next, Legislative Council of this T rrritory. .

:. city charter by the last Legislative have our opinion strengthened by our re* against the chimney jam,broke it in a hundred '.

, Council. Since the day the intelligencewas searches into Entomology. Wo are, sorry .pieces. After this exploit, I retiredto WM. A. WH1TJEJHC&D. i t

made known to us,we have not ceased to think that we have imbrued our hands to rest, and got" a curtain lecture all nightfor NOTARY PUBLIC. l

such an extent in the blood of the fairer my pains. !
t lament the unfortunate occurrence. CcsTOM-Horsn, MARCH, 17, 1835. ..(
Among the many acts of the British Par- half of creation, but it seems, from what It was now 'rim Watson's turn to givean

liament tending to enslave these states when follows, that every mosquito on whom we account of himself: ; which ho did with, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'' That -

colonies of Great Britain, which our fathers I have vented our spite for the fierceness of a. very long face as follows: My wife gave for receiving subscriptions
me the most unlucky command in tho world j to the Capital Stock of tho SOUTHERN,
and its attack has been of the feminine ender."GMAT .
so courageously successfully corn-
' for, as I was blundering up stairs in the LIFE INSURANCE ANDTRl'ST' COMPANY .
batted, our readers may remember one (culex). These well fcnowW3r 'I dark, she cried out, "Do break your rotten will be opened at the office of ;

commonly styled the "Boston Port Bill." troublesome insects are distinguished by neck, do Tim" 'I'll be c-s-d if I do, Thomas Douglas Esq. in the City of St. ,

This was an act depriving the inhabitants having\ the body and feet very long and I Kate,' said I, as I gathered myself up,' 1'11 Augustine, on the second day of November J ; I

of Boston of all commercial privileges, or downy,antennas garnished with hairs! ; large sooner pay the bill; And so, landlord, next at 10 o'clock A. M., and will bo t ti

in other words,an abolition of their rights, eyes ; a proboscis composed of a membranous liereV tho cash for you. This is tho last kept open from time to time by adjourn*

until restitution should be made to the East cylindrical tube, terminated by two time Pll ever risk five dollars on the com- ment,until the whole of the Stock shall be

India Company for the damage sustained by lips, forming a little button, and sucker for mand of a wife."-'-[Transcript. subscribed,not exceeding thirty days. -':: ,

the destruction of its tea in their harbor. med of file scaly filaments, producing the '....... ROBERT LOT CLARK RAYMOND REID/ .

Thus punishing the entire body of the peo effect of a needle : the wings are placed A BRAN NEW ARTICLE.-A country THOMAS DOUGLAS ". '
ple for the acts of a few. horizontally over each other. They are would-be dandy called in at a public house Commissioner '" '

Although the circumstances of the'two but too well known in this country, partic a few days since to refresh himself; and June to, 1835. (3i-IOw '
after half of SponsIer&Marshallls _
taking a pint
places are"of dissimilar
course generally
ularly in the autumnal months, and more
best beer, inquired of the hostess if William H. Shaw 'S 1Jvs
the of resemblance sufficiently ,
yet points : are especially in marshy situations.. Ever
gree she had "We have none but }
any In Attach y a'
strong, to allow(to a considerable extent) dy of blood, they pursue us every where, tho I
Spanish, replied lady. "SpaniIM" John Copland Ex'r of the } meat ,
tbe use of the same arguments in relationto enter our houses, especially in the evening, exclaimed the customer; that must be a i last will and Testament "'it

the abolition of the Key West charter by announcing their arrival by a sharp buzzing bran new article. If you had some good J,K. Baron. 4

the Florida Legislature, as were made use noise. When! they bite, the sucker is plun- fmokiri1 cigars,I would'nt much mind buy- persons<< interested will take notice .'

of to increase the opposition to the tyrant ged through the skin,and,as it buries itself, in'a cent's worth."-[Perry Forester. ALL the above suit has beencorafmencal ,

nical will of British Legislators exercised the sheath or trunk is drawn up towards the 'by attachment,and are notified to.

against the Port of Boston. breast. The pain of the wound is occa- FLORIDA LAND FOR SALE. plead to the declaration filed herein. "; ; .

Is there a man in the whole community i sioned by a venomous fluid which they' inject undersigned having purchased A. GORDON, PPffir.,Atty.

capable of reasoning upon principles of into it; the best remedy for which is the IIIE General La Fafayette, the town* _April !6, 1835.FORECLOSURE. [28-12",1 1 .. I

common sense, who will not acknowledgethat preparations of ammonia. It it a curious in Florida, granted to him by OF MORTGAGE. I

a good, wholesome City Governmentis fact, that if ionlylheft-male.which thus torment the Congress of the United States, offer is hereby given tackland

calculated to advance the interests of our .. One species of these insects is the same for sale. NOTICE| Stone, that ft: suit'will bo

citizens, the prosperity of the Island, and knewn under the name of mDIfl1l iOt',agaiust This land is situated in the immediate instituted at tho next (November) term of"

the good of the Territory 1 Is there one whose attacks various means have been resorted neighborhood of Tallahassee is believed the Superior Court for the Southern District

who will not acknowledge that the preservation to in different countries,as curtainsof for fortuity of soil and local advantages of Florida, upon a mortgage held by the .

of health, of peace and good order, to be more valuable than another subscriber on two lots of ground lying and
gauze, and various essential oils ; the latter
1 in the
the of enterprise, the dissemination land Territory. being within the limits of tbe town of Key'i i
progress of which
appear to only partially Tbe Southwestern of the
part township West; and known on tbe map thereof as lots
of virtue morality, however much successful. The Laplanders drive them off adjoins tbe city of Tallahassee, from which
Nos. 2.and t 3 in square 44 t
they may be secured or advanced by other by means of smoke, and anointing their point to tho shipping port of St. Marks, a M.: R. F. EMERSON* t

means, can be so more effectually through bodies with grease. These insects.also feed distance of about twenty miles, a rail road By'her in fact, 4,

tbe intervention of a firm energetic govern on the juice of plant The female' deposits is in contemplation to be made in a short WILLIAM attorney A. WJHTEHEAD. ,,', 1

ment of our own constituting-better suit her on the surface of the water ina
eggs time.The Key West, June 12,1835.BLANK (3i-cot4in.' ]
ed to oar wants and wishes from the fact of long mass. In their larva state, these an- navigation of the St.Marks has been .

its em gating directly from ouiselvesT imals are aquatic during the greater part of recently removed to a point within C miles EILL ;i

There seems to be only one reason given the summer. All stagnant waters are full of the Southeastern part of the township, OF LADING NEATLY''PRlNTED .

t for the repealing act of the Legislature, of these small worms,) hanging with their which will afford navigation for a cheap and AND FOR SALE ATuo TW 'OFFICE:

which is, that the mayor and board of aldermen heads downwards, whilst their binder parts certain transportation.for produce. .
This land will be sold in suit
i had not given satisfaction to a portion reach the surface of the water. In this parcels to .'
those wishing to purchase,dn a credit from :vDzsczrmo-
the community. Upon the same grounds, the j
stigmata, or organs of respiration, five to
eight years at reasonable prices .
t we suppose, the American people ought to are placed in the posterior of the body* those wishing to purchase will foake application -- I , ,
abolish their Constitution whenever the they are also in this condition of existence, to either of the undersigned. : OP 30B lfatlNTmO .
Congress should pass laws offensive to any provided with small fins. After having re : > WM. B. NUTTALL, CXECUTXDCV ', ,I I I

portion of air fellow citizens. CommonSense mained in the larva state fox about twenty ,, HECTOR BRADEN.; .THE SES1" \ I

point* to the ballot-boxes as the means days,they are transformed into cbrysaji j WJLLlAM P. CRdio* tT1'JZ.HW .

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rt \ of Tallahassee Florida weekly gravings end descriptions or the' character:
IfJh TII1IiE\'J-YORKER. lOn City a'
'" | j
: habits:&e of Bird, Beasts!! fishes
entitled the Tallahassee Gazelle :, ,
;SU (tltrtlacfZ.FRAttcta Saturday the 21st of March, .will bo newspajwr with
and 'Geceral Advertiser Its columns subject connected \
issued the first number of the second volume
A. BuTt ft'. JOURNAL.-We of THE Ncw-YoRKEn and, the publishers will bO de Voted to Politics, Internal Improvements with the Geography, History, Natural

extract the following from the New Orleans trust this announcement; will- ,and General Intelligence,corn- and artificial resources of the conn try, illustrated

woulstseem early the of the day,both in a familiar and popular manner 1
True American. ,14 tliat every attract the seasonableattention of all those prising news Foreign BOSTON BEWICK Co'

newspaper from Maine to Louisiana, have who' may.choose'''to commence their sub- and Domestic. No 47 Court Street. .

united in heaping contempt upon this work scriptiotis at that time., Inaccordanbe with custom,the publish of
brief ()rEditors: Newspapers throughout, i
ers'will in
proceed manner to
a very ,
t of Miss Kemble. 0 Fanny what a pity THE NEW-YORKER will continue to preserve
the United State who will
the of the publish
t l lay before public an analysis Jan the
such book t Thou who the general character which has thus
ever published a and notice
you on Avhich the Gazette will be conducted. foregoing Prospectus, the cur.,
,1 fast been exalted to the kicsartcast downto far secured it the approval a steadily and They 'Viii endeovor steadily to keep in tents of the Magazine: from time to rims\ .
rapidly increasing patronageand a '
popularity view the landmarks of the Constitution of shall be entitled to the first volume.

t Here have at last Fanny Kemble's commensurate with the sphere of its } Any person remitting the Agent, by
we circulation. The of its the United States, by wliich they hope to mail, ,
Journal before us. Fanny Kcmble! Yes: peculiarities reflection and steer their course aright. As moderationand post paid, Ten Dollars, shall l receive sib
for though slio'found we Americans were have were adopted learned after that its ;features we firmness will be our motto, we will be copies for one j ear-nnd continued as long
not prominent
dirty, impolite, unmannerly, tasteless, vul have failed in a single point to receive the slow to brand with heresy, those politicianswho as the money is regularly forwarded
she found us good enough to differ in 'liberal price wilt be paid for
gar dogs, yet of its and tho public. may honestly opinion fromus. appropriate
furnish her with a husband-thus it is she approbation patrons be It is our design fairly to report the and well written articles, or drawings
will continue to
arranged as
calls herself Butler. So then-Mistress The follows paper passing political news of the day; the political illustrative of national subjects, pussessing:!

q Butler, what'shall we do with you ? shall I. : the views that we may nave occasion to interest. Subscriptions received at tins J
Literary Department-Embracing
scold or quiz ? We feel office. ,
we you you disposed advocate,shall dispassionately discussed,
whole outer form of the paper: and pre I
.to do the latter; but alas our pen is twelve ample columns of Reviewsof so far as we are concerned; and we hope t'xu : t'tc'ruaor --
l too blunt,and our ink too thin, for the one New and Selected our friends who may favor us with communications ThEAMARANTH
I Iil
: to prick, or the other to yield stream of will observe the same rule otherwise I
Tales Essays Poems Anecdotes &<'. &c. ,
satire. We cannot ba with Semi-monthly Journal of Literature i
cross a lady. The original contributions to this depart- they will,be rrjqctcd. In the observ and

So then the only thing wo can do, silly ment and paid for ance of this course, we shall:; act with strict the Arts.
are regularly promptly ; Brown G. II. Brown
: B.
girl, is to take your tiny libels good humor- i impartiality. ,
and in addition to the writers who
edly and put a good face on them if wo can. have favored us with articles many during the It will be tho aim of the publishers' to More than two years have elapsed sine
What it is Americans eat the commencement of the Amaranth, and j
a pity we our render to their patrons all the satisfaction:
and whose will continue
past year, essays during that period it has received
out of and not from the shell a steady
eggs a cup, they arc capable of bearing mind the 1
to enrich our columns,we have the promiseof in increase of patronage. To be in fault j.i
What a pity it is wo drink coffee, and not old "they that would
assistance from others whose names are age please every body twill he common lot of humanity, and we make
tea, after dinner What a pity it is we throw "
please exemption from the
already well known to their countrymen. nopictcnceofan charge;
up our legs when in a sitting posture, to In avowing however, however,our intentions are to Lave
4 We do not parade I the names,as is the fashion a design to pursue as few
11 make ourselves comfortable! What a pity of some but we confidently appeal to a course untrammelled by the shackles of errors possible while we endeavor that
( it is Mrs. Trollopo and Mrs. Butler have the experience of the nny party, we would not be understood as our productions shall be acceptable to our
Mf; ; not found the pleasure of this position!' InI I past year as affordingan being indifi rent to the importance of readers,and approved by theeocnmunity m
earnest of our :zealous and correct
untiring, we
The( Amaranth takes
fine: what a pity it is that we sing Hail general. no part if4
trust not altogether unsuccessful exertionsto principles. They wish however dis
rue discussien of
religion or politics,
rather than God the andin
Columbiu, like save King; render the literary character of the New tinctly to have it known, that they will nei adhering to this rule,we have excluded many ;

and are not exactly Englishmen in every Yorker inferior to that of no journal of it ther lead the van nor follow the train of articles from its columns, The same rr;. ..

tbjngi Then indeed, we might please class in this country. Designing Political Intriguers, who are men ulati t will be continued, although elegance
'!-who? a little girl;: who capered about over of principle in and poignancy sometimes
II. Political Intelligence. this department proportion to their interest. power may receive
the boards to the jingle of our dollars. i alone docs the New-Yorker Several columns of the Gazette will be a denial. The work is now permanently
n s The fair authoress, like the which I pre established, at its
; although
many to commencement
appropriated of
Essays moral and miscellaneous
sent an anomaly in the history of the newspaper a
have preceded her on the same subject has I there were probably lhosen'ho'
I } character
under the head
of the Union. Our ,
i ; not perceived how easy it is to turn the press plan em * :!, same aim they have used against our coun- 'I braces the collection of every important: I Saturday Evening. It has been patronised by those
item of political whatever publishers are fully aware of the whom should
hers. Tremble intelligence- bits wo feel proud to name, were
try, against find American, ye Britons, character and bearing-in the language I I difficulty of their undertaking, but place we permitted,and of whose! continued: kindness ..

1 we may soon an Trollope to of historical record, and with the strictest great reliance on the public liberality, and and attention have assurance.
send amongst you-and our day of vengeance believe that The columns of the Amaranth embrace

regard to the preservation of an unques a diligent attention to business,
If! will be terrible. tioned neutrality between the contending Saggmluus effort to serve the public Girt i1 original talcs essays, &c. from the pens orwell
But the book-the book-is it
is it known ,
good, distinguished writers and
and sectional secure to themselves a liberal share of
?i bad? is it witty, is it dull? is the style elegant I parties, opinions divisions paK: we intend hereafter, to pay forsuchartidcs

or suitable? will it be read with pleasure existing in he( COM try. The Editor refers ronage. as shall be acceptable, from those ribose
with a proud satisfaction to the fact that The City of Tallahassee being located
!. :These are questions easily answered. communications add interest to any
The book is a perfect fac-simile of the dis- throughout the past year, lie has presenteda in the centre of Florida, and surrounded work extant. We are aware it will put into

position,of the fair authoress. She is minute and circumstantial account of all by many natural advantages, possessing in much expense, but we are resolved to do

ceited she is capricious she is con the elections which have taken place in the a given space around its centre, a larger every thing in our power to render the work
; ; ,sillyso States population than that worthy a liberal and the only3Y
is her but will several during an eminently ardent of any other portionof support ,
style; it amuse you, reader to the
receive of the
and excited the within encouragement public
canvass without Territory the limits
once incurring same has
twill prick your curiosity; for who is not the but h to pay for well written articles. We make 1nq.p
censure or even the exception of one weekly newspaper. In addition
curious to know the opinion any etcnsions to
strangers a superiority over 0
tertain of him, no matter how severe. Well political journal. And, while he reservesto to this there are many valuable sections of "'literary works; we have no hired edi

be assured that Fanny gives it to himself the right of commenting briefly country, which we doubt not, will soon be to puff us into notice,nor do we send forth!
us unmercifully
-she tilts against but freely on the topics of the day, and of brought into cultivation, should the present long-winded prospectus,to trihgfyci our O'SD

.t nationalities our manners, offering such.suggestions the aspects.. of prices of the great staple of the country be literary consequence, and promising to out--
government, our and particularly the times maintained which must do all Others. No,our journal can speakiferitself
may seem to require, yet holds considerably augment
our republicanism, with all the himself pledged that such remarks shall the population of the Territory. and we wish for BO one to subscribe',
of a knight-ercautbt petticoats. not unless he thinks it of
power deserving '
From the
interfere in considerations stated
any material degree, with the above, Nothing is admitted into the which!
Lnncr It id Nature has views, the doctrines the we have no hesitation in believing that paper
: : spring- put on or prospects of any wo docs not possess merit; album poetry (!
( alll her"charms' and has decked the fields political party. Ho cherishes the confidentexpectation may with confidence, rely for complete and communications upon dry and hacknicd

i with! flowers arid blossoms, exhaling the ,that the files of the New-Yor success of our undertaking on the supportof subjects, unless of the very first order, are

post delicious perfume. AU is gay and ker will hereafter be referred to for the truth a generous public. entirely excluded. The selections arc made

joyous-see yon brilliant flower, 'well of any controverted statement regarding CONDJTo .-The Tallahassee Gazette from the very Lest Foreign and. American

ly{ watered plant,* it has sprung up in majesty the results of elections, &c. &c. since its sand General Advertiser" will be published Periodicals,with which the Editors are rcg

' and loveliness. The wind plays establishment, with mutual deference and bh'tfl cuter royal sheet, at four dollars per ularly supplied, and every thing of interest
? dying with entire conviction of absolute annum payable in advance and importance will have a place'in- its col-
through its, expanded breathing a certainty or on delivery umns. In
noticing new publications
i, melody soft as the Whispered music of anJEolian III., General Intelligence-Consisting of of the first dumber. Four dollars and fifty have, and shall continue lo talie.an indepea

harp,and stealing and giving odour. Foreign and Domestic News,Literary Items, cents if paid after tho expiration of six dent course ; we shaft not be governed Ly

But the season passes away, and succeeds. Statistics, Brief Notices of the Drama,&c. months, or five dollars if paid at the closeof bribery, but make our remarks devoid of

The scene is changed into a dark and dreary I However it may be the fortune of others the year. fear,or the hope of favor. The drama shall

r waste,and the fragment flower broken from I to obtain the confidence and patronage of No subscription will be received for a less not bo altogether neglected rbut rccchcitl!

the stem, lies faded, and scentless on theground. the public, on the credit of prospective im term than one year, and the paper will not share notice ; the musical department

Such is man, such is cruel fate, provements and future excellence,the pub discontinued without orders until all arrearages so The, will work command is share of attention. ..
embellished !
the destiny-brought into the world by a content to rest their claims to are paid. occasionally
engravings executed in the best nd!
kind andbenificent Creator his public consideration The first number will be maDDcr
young heart distinctly on what issued during music with accompaniments:: for the I'iano
is elate with,the blossoms of faucy-and they have already nccomplishedand respectfully the ensuing summer or early in the fall- Forte, flute, &e. The terms, to city subscribers

he seems daily to be springing into a new invite the patrons! of American literature i Communications addressed to tho publishers one dollar and fifty cents, in ad;(

existence, merely to enjoy happiness in all to examine their journal and judge must be post vanceor two dollars at the end of six mon t6'::.

its ecstacy-he is tenderly alive to every I what it tctfife from what it is. paid.JOHN BALDWIN. As our country subscribers wilt be taxed

impulse friendship: and love--be is cheered When it is considered that no periodical ,DAVID SIIEI'FEH. postage on their papers, we shall exact bu:

by the whispers of hope, and fortune I of like character for originality and variety Tallahassee, April 17, 183.5.UEA'J' one wise dollar always paid in advance; other-
of they will be charged the usual' subscrip
miles him. literary contents 'fl
upon comprehensiveness NATIONAL
WORK tion. These: regulations will be strictly,
But remorseless time passes on; and : plan,and the amount of matter weekly presented I ATYIERICANIYIAGAZINE adhered. h .

mows down each bud of youthful fancy- i has ever been attempted in this Of useful and Entertaining Knoxlcdge to, No subscriptions received at a distance
country at a less price titan three to five (except from unless.
Disappointments,storm and sorrow's flood I be illustrated by numcroes Engravings. agents ) accompanied I
complete the wreck,rolling the dark tide of dollars per annum, the publishers trust they with the payment for one year advance, ,
will not be deemed DY THE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY. An edition the is last
desolation over his once presumptuous in expressing : paper published at
p cta. In aU the{viitfous enchanting scenes in which pros I the hope that their journal will attract The success which has attended the pub Bridgewater, Mass. where all commuoica
he I the attention, even if it should lication of the best Magazines from the must be addressed to George Jl
may act his part} in,the grand drama of not Brown
;: ,post paid, or they will remain dead
life,-the fate of man is materially -the secure the favor,of the patrons of American i- English Press, has led to preparations for in the ollice. We are obliged,to adolliS

fame whether, ambition. beckons him up the literature. II. GREELEY & Co. issuing a periodical more particularly adapted rule,as our postage ha,become a heavy, tax

lleep,ascent, or.whether he loiters along CONDITIONS.The to the wants and taste of the Americanpublic. upon us.

through Voluptuous, paths qf pleasure- NEW-YOIUCER> will be While it will! be the object of tho (Q:: The next volume of the Amaranth

'1 whether Jhe votary of virtue and : Saturday published e V- proprietors to make the work strictly what will be issued weekly, $4 per annum,Ifth?
sciepce, cry morning on a large imperialsheet }
its title indicates it will size and style of the'New w.Yorkl\lirroraul<
the child of nevertheless -
or contain
ignorance, and the worker of the best
quality, and afforded to those of
all articles of interest to its our subscribers'who wfcU to have
of iniquity-he is but the creature of a patrons in city or country, at TWO DOLLARS which appear in foreign Magazines.patrons, the paper, will please notify us before the
the }
with be
day- morning rises yoing and per nnum payable in advance. Extensive hive expiration of the volume A semi-monttdy!

vigorous--at noon he is powerful and brilliant \I. The experience of the past yearadmonishis into preparations been entered edition will also be continued as usual,at
and,at eve where IS hot In darkness us to regard the advance from both with artists and Authors, to '$1,50.

BO impenetrable that eye cannot fathom or distant subscribers as an indispensable payment con furnish, from all parts of the Union, draw O-'Our exchange list has increased to

theory explain it. His friends follow him dition. When, from peculiar circumstances ings and illustrations of every subject of such aa extent, that we are obliged to erase

to the silent tomb, and per chance:: drop a payment is delayed till the interest, which the publishers confidently! many valuable papers from our list, ami
tear believe will enable them to issue much against our inclination ; however, to
; u'they lay his cold relics beneath tigreenaodlbutdethebirdsaing the a work
quarter, cents will be
fifty added.
: honorable to its title and those who have, and still continue'to publish
acceptable the
less sweet Any person remitting ten dollars free to
of American wr prospectus, we shall feel-in duty
ly, does the sun shine less brightly because charge to us,shall receive six copies for one The People. bound, to extend towards them the Land n
: a worm of the dust, ,to dust IS returned ? year, and in the same proportion for a larger Magazine is published fellowship* .

No, the tears that mourn are soon dried,- number. Post Masters and others are monthly-each number containing between NOT, 1st 1834. .

in a few short months, memory regardethnot respectfully requested to interest themselves forty Dollars and fifty imperial octavo page at Two -JKULUN: MALL ORY") -.

the departed and his place is filled in our behalf with the assurance that the per annum,payable in advance. vs. > In Attachment.:
by a successor, who in has turn feelskeenJy best possible terms will be afforded them comprises-Portraits and Biographical JOHN R. WESTERN) .
the blasts misfortune and of distinguished Americans interested
the thousand those will take notice
natural shocks that flesh is PROSPECTUS Of THE Views of Public Building Monument ALL '
heir to, until i) and ?, the said suit has been commenced

death comes to his relief and he too is TALUUIASSCE OAZETTX & CE.Itltu. A Din- improvements ; Landscape scenery by attachment in the Superior( Court I

buried in oblivion ambitious life and i labours 'Yls.aEI9LA the this boundless ,'uletyand beauty of which)i, for Monroe County, and trb notified to

are All vain. I The undersigned propose to publish fcource in of country, will form an unceasing plead to declaration: filed Aerein,

instruction end gratification; En- [3D3mJ'A.? GORDON At\'y for Pi'&!

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