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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: August 1, 1835
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
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TilE ENQUJRJ.ll i* Published every Saturday : improve the taste, cultivate the mind, and

i morning, at MVE DOLLARS per TEE raise the affections of the youth to appropriate -
I annum and worthy object. We would
ADVERTISEMENTS: inserted at the rue of make them better children better brothers' ,
I One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, for better sisters, better pupils, better associ
the first insertion, and Sevcntv-Five Cents ates and, in the end better citizens.
for each subsequent continuance. AH Advertisements ENQVZERU We beg the fticmU of education, especially -
will be continued until otherwise parents and teachers, to view the
ordered. None will be considered matter in this light. Let children look up-

less than a square. on the pictures! not as pictures merely,;
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No subscription will bo discontinued n but let them be taught to study them. Whatcan
unless at the option of the Editor, until all EDITED AMD PUBLISHED BY JESSE .1TKINSON. be more rich valuable materials for instructive -

: arrears are paid. -__ -- -- - -. 1 lessons than a good engraving
All letters to the Editor on business, VOL I. KEY WEST, SATURDAY, AUGUST I, J835. NO. 35. After this brief explanation of our principles
must be Post Paid. ... _d____ _____ and purposes we ask the cooperationof
,. _. --_... all\ who receive this circular. Will you
NEW YORK TYPE FOUN Contributed to by a number of practising
For the information of Mariners generally, BRUGES aid us by your influence in this :great w ork,
The
Collector the subscribers respectfully Physicians. the formation of mind and character for the
from the
we have procured inform the printers, that they have recently The object of this work is to present eve-
all in
schedule of the situation of the rising generation Will you assist us
following completed a variety of new fouls of letterin ry subject connected with diseases and its
introduceto
Florida shore your power, in our endeavors to
the
Light::; Houses along the style of the latest European specimcns treatment which, by its simplicity and per- American: schools, parlors, and firesides,
under his snperintence. ,well calculated for ornamental printing spicuity of its details, shall enable all who the stories and lessons of Parley'Mngazinellivery
CAPC FLORIDA LIGHT.-Stationary or sastefnl display and making an assortment wish, to be thoroughly informed in this most single\ volume
Biscayne number of the new
Situated the South side of Key -
on of Printing Types unrivalled in interesting and important sciences.!!. will have
a
beach.t strong paper cover, abundantly
the \
I about 400 yards from feet above- beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens The advantages of such publication to sufficient to preserve the work in good order
t The Light may be considered 70 may he obtained: at the Foundry all ranks of society need not insisted up- for binding, and for utcin schools.
r the level of the sea, distant from the gulf 10 No. 13, Chambers street, near Chatham st. on, siucc they must suggest themselves to The yearly subscription being one dollar
; stream about ? miles. Vessels drawing of the It contains specimens from Twelve Line every reflecting mind. Under the iuflu- our friends will perceive the impracticability -
feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles Pica to Pearl-comprising euceof the diffusion sound ncdicalknow- of
keeping so thousand
light Lat. 25 47 N-Lon CO 42 situatedon W.LIGi11' 45 forms of Roman Caps with 1. case. ledge among all classes, empiricism must be counts. It is therefore open many indispensable that ac

SHIP FLOUIUA 35 do Italic do do disarmed of the dangerous weapons with wo should require payment always in ad-
Carysford'i Meet 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. 80 27 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 5 do sh'd Roma u do so baneful to health, will give place to year, and wo now give notice that all who
!lights arc shown, which can generally be 17 do Antique l5o do the rational administration of remedial desire to continue the Magazine,may signify -
seen at the distance of 12 mile Its oh. 12! do Black do do agents, and the scientific and experienced their intentions by a seasonable advance
ject is to warn vessels! from the dangerous 5 do Open Black do do physician will be aided in his efforts to alleviate .for the second ,car.
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 -
, KEY WEST LIGHT-Stands on the 5 do Gcmi'ii Textdo do that can add to the utility of the work all their numbers, they can requestthe
f! 9. West Point of the Island of Key West, 25 do Two 1'ne rom'n caps with figs shall be neglected. The principles of deft post master notify us of such as are
is in Lat. !2433; 1-2 N.-Long.:, 81 52 1-2 11 do Two lines Italic capitals. and regimen shall be explained, and their missing, and they shall be sent again free of
VV. ; erected for the purpose of guiding vessels I 10 do SUM Caps. of various kinds. application enforced. The ingredients of charge
0 do do do secret remedies shall he given and the whole
\ when entering the harbor ; the direc Open Ten copies free pf
7 do Italic and subject materia medica shall discussed postage. .
ions for which! arc as follows : Bring the capitals figures.!
light to boar N. N. W. and the sand Key Besides ornamental letters, backslopo, and explained in a lucid and simple style. (t7"To accommodate nsslciationslchoo1tand
Light to bear W. S. W. and you cross the music,lottery figures, piece fractions, superiors OzA premium of $100 will be awardedto individuals,for tho distribution, we will
Reef in about 5 fathoms water ; run tor Key astr'.nomical and oihcrsigns, space the writerof the best essay (not exceeding deliver at any post office in tho United
! West Light,: until within two miles, then rules, brass! rules ornamental dashes long 20 pages octavo) on the advantages to. States, free of postage, ten copies to oue
: N. W. until 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
steer you
l', -which is a Mangrove: Island in the northern borders, and more ban 1000 kinds of cuts medical knowledge. 'I he essays are to be out cost. LILLY, WAIT & CO.
t part of the harbor and then run for it. and ornaments tor school books, newspapers directed, post paid, to the editor in all of Boston, Feb. 15.

i The best anchorage is in the upper part of and scientific works; orders for any of June next. Af ACT to repeal An Act, to provide for
I the harbor. Height of the Light House which, or composing sticks, cases chases, The award of the premium will depend the appointment of Pilots, and regulating
i level of the 83 feet 6 inches. &c will be expected with the utmost promp- the decision of several eminent '
I from the sea icians. the rate of pilotage at Key West, and
titude large stock being always on hand.
Light Stationary. for other
\ They will also execute orders for printing O:,: -Editors, postmasters and others, are purposes.
SAND KEY LIGHT-Revolving once presses, ink, &c. which they will furnish at respectfully invited to act as agents Any SEC. 1. De it enacted by the Governorand
in 54 seconds. It is the best light on the the manufacturer's prices. H person who remits ten dollars will have ten Legislative Council of the Territory

coast ; S.V. by S. from Key West situated Light. Printers of newspapers will please pub copies forwarded him. Persons remittingone of Florida: That the Act passed J6th Feb.
57 W.
, Lat. 24 2G N-Long81 Reef. The 70 feet lish this advertisement(with this note)three dollar will have eight numbers sent.- 1834, to provide for tho appointment of
the Light
directly on times, sending a paper containing it to the All distant communications to be addressed pilots and to regulate the rate of pilotage
.
( above the sea.TORTUGAS Foundry, and<< receive payment when they to the editor, No. G Cortlandt street New
at Key West be and the same is hereby
LIGHT-Stationary-on purchase\ 'four tin\cs,the amount of their bills York, (and must be post ) Yearly subscribers ,
paid and that hereafter
; one of the Dry Tortugas Islands near the from the Factory. to commence o.1. repealed, appointment
western extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 GEORGE BRUCE, & Co. %* The editor has great pleasure in being of pilots, and tho regulation of pilotage;
:31 N.Long. 83 10 W. New York. able to announce the approbation of many in Monroe county, shall bo by the county

-.Ordersforthe above will be eminent medical gentlemen to the plan of court, when assembled for county pur jxS08,
LIGHT HOUSE AT THE MOUTH OF attended fj to immediately if Foundry sent to this publication und the qualifications and duties of pilots

, ST. JOHN'S RIVER. A. E. MILLER.No. and the rates of pilotage, shall be the anti

.&.' A norqlight .house has recently been 4 Broad-st.. Charleston S.C. PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. ns vas established before tho passage ofiho
: erected the month of the St. John's River 1\Ia12 l I' lar to Parents,Teachers;School Committees before recited Act: hut the county
E. F. which was illumined for the first I I ; and all who feel an interest in the court shall hovo full power prescribe
time on the 18th Dec. last. H TYPE FOUNDRY 'improvement. of youth. "qualifications, and make any lItera-

".We have been politely furnished, by an RONALDSON VING Purchased his long of established Mr. RICHARD and [T azine is not was quite commenced a year since,during Parley'Jag.that short (lious in regard to Pilots and Pi Io Inge,-'ft*

intelligent ship master, with the following extensive the subscribers they may deem proper and requisite and
very Type Foundry, period the number of subscribers have increased ,
directions and bearings :- have formed co-partnership for the to :OOOO, and the work has receiv. to tine or dismiss any Pilot for improper
41 Bring the light house to tear S. by W. purpose of continuing said business, and for ed, everywhere, the post unqualified ap conduct, hut no Pilot filial! hI' np|>omtbd
half W.in four fathoms waterand make for the convenience of their friends and patrons probation. It has found its way to thous- or dismissed except when the judge'of the
it. This' will carry a vessel drawing 8 or have removed their establishment to a ands of families, and while it has enteredthe .county court and three justices be
9 feet, safety in at high water. Continue more central part of the city. As it is their social circle, its unobtrusive lessons and concur' in such present dismissal ,
appointment or

your course for the light; until you have 4 intention to keep on hand a good assortmentof have, we trust, often bad a salutary influence -
fathoms and haul N. W. by W. for the ), and the judge shall have power: to
up the best type, and to make such additionsand on the juvenile mind and heart. It
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 tlrrgo justices of the county together ,
the starboard side of the river can be seen and the wants of the country require, they and many classes of pupils have been cheered to acf upon any application for a branch,
over the north point of the beach, bring! to flatter themselves that this establishmentwill twice a month by the welcome voice of or upon 'complaint made against a Pilot,
bear. S. W. by W half W. and run for it until merit a large share of patronage. They the teacher bidding them to lay aside, for a and the Pilots now in comrnission'shall
you get the above bearing of the light, have now several fonts on hand, which van; few days, the class book which they have retain their branches until tho next session .
then run for it as above directed and you be furnished at a few hours notice, and are read over and over, perhaps twenty times, of the county courts when application
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 .- to tho court new. branches upon shall issueto
there is on the bar. sizes, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, includinga : demand for the work, to be used in
"This light house will be of great impor- great variety of Ornamental Letter.- I schools, is rapidly increasing. all such as tlio court may think, properto

tance. No notion, has, to our knowledge, Their assortment Cuts and Dashes, Brass Encouraged by such unexampled success, grant branches to; 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 ho receives his branch pay five tf l.

has been, that masters of vessels be very extensive, of which specimens will still more worthy of so liberal a patronage' ; lard for the use of the county,and. one
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 dollar to the clprk, who shall also furnish
vessel mistook the object for another light, can be prepared.Printing it introduced into families and schools, each Pilot appoitncd with the rules and
and ran to St. Augustine, can3ing a delay Presses of every description, throughout the whole length and breadth ot established the court in
in reaching her destination of several days. Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, the United States.In relation by
Composing Sticks. Brass Galleys. Imposing this view they have secured new aid to Pilots and.Pilotage; and every
F.. WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR, Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards;, in the editorial department. The late editor Pilot hall give bond with 2 or more good
R ESPF.CTFULLY Inform the Printersof Standing Presses, Furniture, together witha of the Juvenile Rambler, who in addition and sufficient securities fo be approvedby
the United States, to whom they have complete assortment of all articles used to his'qualifications as a writer for the the court, in the sum of ono thousand
long been individually known as established 'in a Printing Office will be kept constantly young, has the advantage of many years experience dollars, to the Governor of the Terrtorv,
Letter Founders, that they have now form on hand. as a teacher, will henceforth assist and his'snccasorsin office, for tho faithful
ed a co-partnership in said business, and Small fonts, editable for Bookbinders in conducting it. performance of bis duties as a Pilott which
hope from their united skill and experience, in great variety, may be had when called We propose to present in the progress ef bond shall be recovered in coin of
to be able to give full satisfaction to all who for. such volume, a great variety interesting any
, may favor them with orders. Orders from all parts of the Union will be important topics, among which are the following competent jurisdiction, al the" first term
& The introduction of machinery in place promptly and most carefully attended to, : after the bond shall be sued for, and all I

I of,the tedious and unhealthy practice of and particularly in supplying SORTS for all I. Natural History,of beasts, birds, Gibes Pilots in this county shall' .renew. their
r casting type by hand long desideratum by fonts furnished by their predecessors, Bin reptiles, insects, plants, flowers, trees, branches once a yells '
t the Eurepean and American Founders,was, ny & Ronaldsoa, and Richard Itonaldson. the human frame,&c. Passed February'7lh, 1635,
American and Stereotyping in all its branches,executedby II. Biography ; especially(or the young.
l by ingenuity, a heavy expenditure Approved February Utll, 183.5.
of time and money,on the part of out L. Johnson as heretofore. III. Geography ; accounts ef places,man '
senior partner, fire:successfully accomplish JOHNSON it SMITH.No. ners, customs&c. inform his friend f
ed. Extensive use of.tbe machine cast let. 6, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. IV. Travels and Voyages ; in various. TIIE8ubsctiberwould, he It I prepared to "
ter, has fully tested and established its superiority (J:3-: Publishers of Newspapers who insert parts of the world. attend tp.any business that may be entrusted
in every particular, over that cast this advertisement, and forward a paper V. Lively descriptions of the curiositiesof to Lit care in the
i by the old process. containing it to J. & S. will be entitled to nature and art ; in'each of the United AUCTION AND COMMISSION LINE,
, The Letter Foundry business will hereafter $3, payable in settlement of their accounts States, and in other countries. lib office is upstairs 'in Mr. F. A. Browne's
be carried on by the patties before when their bills amount to not less than$10.J.&t I VI. Lessons on objects that daily surround Ware-House, where hemay at all times b. >*>
!. children in the parlor, nursery, gar. found. ;j I
named under the firm of White,Hagar&co.
Their exhibits a complete series den,&c Accounts of trades and employmenu. lie takes this opportunity of rendering 1
specimen CHEAP VALUABLE,'?ID INTERESTING WORK .
,
and .
thanks for put favors, hopes, by unre
I from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book
and News type being! in the most modern The Family Physician Gazette of Human VII. Particular duties of the young; to mittiog attention to business, to. merit *

light- and style. Life. parents, teachers, brothers,sisters, tie. continuance of public patronage
Being a Library of Health and Hygenie, VIII. Bible lessons and stories. J03. A. TnO RON.
White Hagar & Co. are agents for the and of Popular and General Medical [Dee 6, 1'34. pS-tf] '
ale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press. Knowledge, rendered familiar to every IX. Narratives ; such as are well authenticated ,
es, which they can furnish to their customers individual! embracing eerYlubject con original tales.X. BLANK DILLS

at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, nected with the prevention, treatment Parllblestables,and proverbs,where OF LADING NEATLY PRINTEDAND
Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every and cure of diseases-r-the qualities of the morals obvious and excellent.XI. .

article used in the Printing Business, kept medicines-their ;ood and ill effects on Poetry ; adapted to the youthful capacity FOR SALE. AT THIS, OFFICE..
for sale,and famished on the shortest no. health-the ingredients of secret or pat and feelings. -ALSOzv -- .! .,
tice.' Old type taken in exchange for new ent medicines-the true principles of eat. XII, Intelligence ; embracing account >zutr I f"n: ff't.

at 9 cents per pound. ing and drinking, oreating and drinkingto of Juvenile books, societies, andremarka-... I PISCBIFTIOW' .. ? ,t' ,
N. Newspaper Proprietors who give live-domestic cookery-chemistry- ble occurrences. '
the abovet three insertions, will be entitledto and a great variety of curious, valuable Many of these subjects will be illustrated or JOB rJWf1D'G AfxttarTtD
'I' Fire DdiUr* ID such articles as they may I and interesting kno.le4georthe highest by numerous and beautiful engravings, pre. J pt ;
, elect from\at specimen. importance to all, and hitherto: bidden pared by the best artists,and selected with TBJC 8urnnz. P
''!e. ref, 1195. from the mass of caankind. a view not OWl to adorn the work, but to 1

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r supper?" To bo suro wo did; one cotil WAS struggling .with death, Europe dared' accrue to public justice by waiting farts.e?

THE ENQUIRER. tion, one contra dance, the mazourU; and not l y,down her arms in licr fear of him. developments: it must ever bo a source of
.
a gallo:> de." The murder's out ,No He died; anil this event, published at the gratitude and satisfaction to the public

(PUBLISHED WEEKLY ON WHITEHEAD ST.) wonder et head ache, and bone aches,and gate of the palace before which the conqueror well to the lady: in question, that, but fork-r \

AT FIVE DOLLARS PER, 4NWlHtf/ heart aches, and sleepless ,hours, after so had proclaimed so many funerals, hardly heroic exertions, these men would now Lo

What it it bur a Mip oj bu.yli/! 1-CowPEa. much eating; and;then dancing on sp much arrested the passer by. What, indeed, in Ierni-Greenfid, (Mass.) Mercury.o .
eatmg--ch.Urnmg. these singular masses of had citizens to weep for? ... .c -

t! AUGUST 1, 1833.: food and contradictory condiments in a Washington and Bonapar'c' both arose
[WRITTEN FOR THE
___ __ ENQUIRER.]
the of both
of bosom
were
delicate republic
LATE female stomach, with scarcely out a ;
FASHIONABLE PARTIES AND A la temprana muertc de David A. '
gastric juice to digest the wing of a phea! born of liberty; the first was faithful to it; Manning
I10UUS. Tcnicnte del 4th
sant. That's the way our girls kill them tho second betrayed it. Their lot will br, Rcgimiento lo.

+ BY M. M. NOAIf.in.jhis country selves prematurely; that's the cause of our according to the different parts they chose, fanteria, no Espanol Scnciblc.

We are killing ourselves. a-tall man or an heavy weekly lists of interments-of the very different with future generations. The Son muestraa de placer esas Bandcras
for
4 by inches, and that, dreadful reflection.In many cases of consumption. uncharitably name of Washington will spread with que cl librc y venturoso Americano

i amazonian woman, is a break in terribly on carried to the creditor our climate. Alas! liberty from age to age, and make the com desplega al raudo vicnto,
hours
sooth,our late and that refreshing how many charming women arc hurried to mencement of a new era: for the human race. acaso porque Naves estrangeras
sound health, desdc el ardiente
real comfort golfo Megicannse
the the The of will be pronouncedalso
by careless-by bewitching name Bonaparte
in grave
which "seals up t e.e1ehd8" accrcan, y con placido contento
lit sleep soft and ministers to our attractions of fashion-by keeping late by distant generations, but no benediction ostentan las senates
and
r calm repose We marvel why fllhion.jns't'ad hours-by thin clothing, and by eating too : will be attached to it; it will serve, de quc ecsisten aqui librcs mortalcs

t real enjoyments.of being represented in bewitching much! The observation made by strangersis on the contrary, as an authority to oppressors decidinelo, y oireis al alma mia

i and attractive colors, is not drawn with aMedusa's 'How pale and thin your ladies are!" great and petty, of all times. lanzar grito de juvilo en la playa,
Why will they not hare resolution enoughto WaJiington represented completely the y en prueba de mi fervid alegria
head fiery and snaky crest
,
"i eyes discard these seducing and destructive wants, the ideas, the state of enlightenment, trcmolar mi panuelo en la A tala'a.
of
1 -or, ur.der the'silken cowl and wreaths No lespondeisl AI Dios....!
allurements-why .not enjoy life soberly, and opinions of his epoch. He seconded, pero que mire
roses, a skeleton head peeping. out as awarning la Tropa en forma funeral se accrca,
I. discreetly, prudently? instead of thwarting the advancing movement
vuela do
-a caution 1 time-a memento qnier el misero suspiro,
nori. In this country we eat and dance What can :be more agonizing to true affection lIe willed that which he ought to cl luto, del dolor a un carro ccica

E ourselves to death with much more rapidity than to see the girl, nourished with have willed-the fulfilment of the missionto con lobrego aparato preparado,

than they do at the Sandwich Islands. tenderness in infancy-amiable, intelligent, which he was called. Hence the cohe- r tctrico el Soldadola

1 met a friend on the pate last week, who and accomplished-gradually sinking into renco and perpetuity of his work. This frente al suclo cou pesar liumilla,
the grave ere she reaches the age of womanhood man who strike.iee: imagination so slightly, liumedeciendo con scnciblc iagiimasu
I said, Will you come to our party tomorrow palida megtlla...........
night ?" A party ? How Comfortable ? 'fho prido and delight of fond parents because he was natural, and J kept within David David!
un eco lamentable
and numerous friends, the rose which his just proportions has: confounded his
of whist of ,
dish of tea,game ,glass repite por do quicra la
amargura
early bloomed,daily fading in the brilliancy existence with that of his country. His
whiskey punch, and a sandwich, eh ? y acada coal eu su sem bInD te
Imprime
of its colors and like the of is the of increasing
drooping lilly
"Ob no-a real tearer-a regular turn-out glory common patrimony la maim del dolor faz de tristura:
li -been preparing a fortnight. 1 must give the vale To see theeye,once so brilliant, civilization. His renown rises like one David! el monte solitario giinc

a couple for the sake of the sunken, heavy, and dull-and the lips,once of those sanctuaries whence a stream: pure rnustio cl prado dcmuestra des ventura,

,1 world, every know.year" "The world,ha Well, so ruby, now thin and pallid? To witness and inexhaustible, flows forth for ever: for bramidos de afliccion lanzan los marcs,

PJ1 come you; and if I don't, (you won't miss the being, so beloved,' so cherished, the the solace of the people. y los felices dulces ruisenoresque
victim of slow but unerring disease-not Bonaparte might clso have enriched the ayer cantaban placidos amorcs
me in the squeeze. Tell me, for old acquaintance timidos oi se cscundcn .
sake, how much will the party constitutional, but brought on by neglect, public domain. His action was on the tan solo a repetir mustios presurosos.
by fashion? To see the vision recede from nation the the brave pesares.David
cost f "Why, about fifteen hundred dol most intelligent, most un eco mas lejano y fucrtc,
'' 1 lars* "Fifteen hundred dollars Prodigious the sight, step by step, until evening frowns the most brilliant of the earth What a y des do el seno dclas tuinbas, muertc !

''r' How many charming tertulia in upon its setting glory, and the tomb closes rank would he hare occupied at present in cl cs, el es ; ai Dios a quien conduce

,i; Spain_! cotnenanonu in Italy, and soirees upon it forever! the universe. if .he had joined_magnanimityto cl carro funeral Parca ficra
in France would fifteen Hundred dollars his other heroic qualities: if, Washington hundio cl brazo en tailor casinacida,
I and Washington
Washington Bonaparte aun en su frente palida reluce
1 and all this sum swallowed in and Bonaparte at the same time, he. had I
t procure up and Bonaparte are compared, man la llama dc virtud ;.......cruce la Csfera
nominated liberty the inherilix of his glory!
one dancing frolic with man, the genius.of the first will seem melancolico grito quo publique
But this did
t ; I determined to go, and a friend promised to take a less lofty flight than that of the disproportioned giant not 'David pcrdio,' la vida I
to call for me in his carriage. I.was'readyat second. Washington. belongs not, like completely identify }his destiny with that of jamas tc conoci, mas. no bubo labio

seven, and sat quietly until nine-half- Bonaparte, to the race of the Alexanders his country ; his genius belonged to the que no ]Ie tributara
modern his ambition to ancient lie elogio a. tus virtudcs talento
times.
;
past nine-ten-when just as I was ringing and Cesars who the stature y
ordinary
surpass
did tu fuistc bucn ticrno
that amigo
not perceive the miracles of his Esposo
1, for: slippers and preparing, as Monsieur of the human He is
i my race. not seen Padre de ennn
amor
life by far surpassed the value of a diadem en quien fijara
Morbfeu says, for my nightcaps, rat-tat-tat contending on a vast theatre for glory with Una alegre familia su contento,
and that this Gothic ornament but ill became
goes the coachman,and in walked my friend the greatest captains and most powerful him. Sometimes y oi picrdc su ventura y su reposo

pumps and tight pants on-white gloves monarchs of the earth. He traverses no one might sec him al golpe crudo de la Farca aleve............ :
and perfumed handkerchief.-"So, sir, D' seas; he hurries not from Memphis to Vienna I take a step with the age; at others he would pcrezca el quc no prucbc

pretty time you have called for me; why, I from Cadiz to Moscow. His workis retrograde towards the past. But whetherhe cual yo la cop del dolor :amargo
reascended the stream of time, or followed fatidico letaigo
have been ready since seven o'clock. the simple one of himself
; defending its the adentro cl ....... ....
.
"Seven c1ock bless the course, prodigious force of his corazonacaao
why, you company with a handful .f citizens, within the narrow
I genius seemed to command a flow br a reflux en torno a ella ya rctumba
only begin to assemble at ten ; and, circle of domestic hearths, in a land un ceo lamentable le dice
even now, we are rather early."_"Early, without a past and without celebrity He, at' his will. Men were, in his eyes, id a Ilorar su tumba quo,
of
do call it t Go out to the of only a means power; there was no sympathybetween
you spend evening gains none those battles which renew | y laMadre infelice .
at half past ten o'clock ,,Well,well, I the,bloody triumphs of Arbela and Phar He their welfare and his own. que preparaba el pecho a los v amore I'4
uppose we must not be out of the fashion: salia; he puts not his foot upon the necks promised to liberate, and he enchained abrazar a sus hijos silenciusa .

-:.eo, come along. of kings he does not say to them, waitingon them Ho separated himself from them, y buodirse en los dolorts. j
and they shrunk back from him. The kingsof lara, si, flora Esposa dcsgraciaJa,
Our carriage rattled up one of the principal the vestibule of his palace, Attend the
Lacia
built their csta Ysla
funeral y solitana
Egypt pyramid, not y triste
streets,anda glare of light was showered > 'pleasure of At Hi la! do acabo
tu
amid fertile but sterile placer tu ventura,
plains
'r in all directions from the house. We: A certain spirit of silence envelopes the like site has sands. Ona la Nave guia en llaoto y arrcbatada I

fell in bebind a range of coaches and bad actions of Washington; a slow caution Bonaparte constructed the tu idolatrado Esposo aqui pcrdiste,
to wait until! our turn,and found,on alighting -' marks them all. One would say that he monument of his renown.-[Chateaubriand.] aqui yace su resto dergraciado,

,;ja retinue of yellow servants to usher us, had ever the sentiment of his great mission y aqui debcs venirlaoguida el anima

in the mansion: ; to take our boots hats, I' within him,and that he feared to compromise THE PIRATES.The interesting circum- para verter ensii sepulcro Lclado

and canes, and prepare us in form for the it by rashness. His own personal stances in relation to the reprieve lately melancolica lagrima.

entree. Every thing was elegant gaiety, destiny seems not to have entered into the granted to the pirates under sentence of Aliyio oprime es al cl llorar cuando la pcna ;

fashion,and pleasure, reigned triumphant ; calculations of this hero of a new species. death in Boston,are generally known. Mrs. en esta vida corazon de dulcc consuelo llcua t
beauty in resplendant beams shed its halo i The destinies of his Child wife of amarguras
country alone occu- David L. Child, Esq., of que al mortal concedio bcnignocl ciclo;
i "over the scene ; plenty its golden horn, I pied him, and he did not permit himsef to Boston, who was of counsel for the piratesat corazon que se azoraal

was poured forth in all directions ; music risk or.gamble with what did not belong to their late trial -a lady well known in the cscuchar la nueva de una muertc,

i ; ,and the giddy{ dance were kept up with unabated him. But from this profound obscurity literary world, having the strongest convic se ahvia cuando flora ;

,, vigor, until the russet morn had what light breaks forth! Seek through the tion of the innooenceof the accused, wentto en la mas triste slIer'e,
nearly flickered the east. 1 got home unknown forests where the sword of Washington Washington for the noble of en cl mayor quebranto
tossed and tumbled for purpose es un balsamo el Hanto .. .
two or three hours glittered, and what will you find laying the matter before the President and
ai!
.Jn bed- nd. then rose for the duties of the there f-Tombs? No! A world. Washington to ask for a reprieve, on the ground that justo flora es tu, flora llanto Esposa triste desgr aciada,

: day has left the United States as the the circumstances of the case plainly indicated i- pues que en tu edad rosada,

laving occasion to call on an old gentleman trophy of his field of battle. the existence' in a foreign port, of la tierna florde tu querer perdistc,
i about twelve o'clock, I found him in Bonaparte possessed no single trait of evidence that would have an important. a tu Esposo adorado :

Isis parlor,. with the breakfast table before this grave American. His wars were all bearing on the case. She had an interview all! corra corra en su scpulcro bclado

shim.n not breakfasted yet P "0 I waged upon an ancient continent,environed with. the President and retired,leaving him tu lagrima amor ... ... .. .. .
yea, long,ago--.this is for my daughters, by splendor and stunning with noise. fully possessed of all the merits of the Que tc dcticncdil porque no vnela
t who came from the party about three o'clock. His object was personal Iory. His individual petition. The President ;sent ft-r the At- si al triste son de mi funerea Lira!

and are not yet up." In a few minutes the destiny filled all hu thoughts.{ He torney General, who reviewed tho whole fii es tu que razon te delira dcaconsuelaa, I

young ladies entered.-but oh_bow. altered seems to have known that his mission__n______would.. ____ matter"" and decided. that there was not sufficient pensOlndo no encnnfrar. nnni_ __ un___ amigo_. __<
Where were the bounding step and elastic be short; that the torrent which fell from ground fur- granting a reprieve. quo te acompano al iniscro n ecndero7

gait-..the brilliant eye-the jocund smile. such a height would quickly expend its) When thePresidentannounced this decision to enganas, ai yo llorarc contigo,
the silken attiip-the well-dressed hair and force. He hurried forward to enjoy and to to Mrs. Child, the whole interview is said jo tengo un corazon desvcnturadu,

'welled form of last night's entertainment T; abuse his glory, as if-aware that it was a to have been inexpressibly affecting. The puro, ardiente, sincere,
: They were pallid and exhausted dream of yo toi un infeliz . 1
.their eye, fugitive youth. Like the gods of lady fell on her knees and untreated him to todos to
their hair, their dress, all en dithabiOe- Homer, four steps must suffice him to reach reconsider the subject; the persons present, adentro eJ aguaradan

both with a hectjq cough--both looking as the end of the world. Every shore sees including the President himself, were dissolved se miran y se pecho afligen rebozanJo tardan el llanto,

,wo- egone and ip rides, M if they had Justescaped' his apparition. His name is inscribed on in tears; but be remained firm to his en sentirte llegar. ;.porque. mas uno, ai ciclos
from! the siege of Troy. Have the records of every nation-but precipi- decision,and the lady left Washington early en su faz melancolica la muerto

you ,slept well, 8arld" aid tie anxious tately. In his hurried career he scatters the next morning wth a heavy heart. She gravo la sombra del dolor sublime j

.parent. "Not a wink, father_wo tossed crowns to his family and his soldiers. His bad scarcely reached home, when the Marsnal observa sus inutiles desvelos,

end tumbled and worried for several hours, monuments, his laws, his victories, are all received a warrant reprieving the de tu David la inevitable suerte,

but\ not wink of sleep. Oh,ray head,my the work of haste. Hanging as a portent sons condemned for three months. per- su dos cieucia agota, solitario gime,
bead'! ,aad oh, bones ", the sepulcros crei yo que se abrieran
my my bones over world with hand be
one/ Now
over
whether the pirates be en vida al .
restlessness innocent or uuo dolor . : .
"Probably'your
arose from eat. throws kings,and with the other strikes the
guilty Sencible
no
one
can Mjers
sufficiently admire tho amigo ,
Ing"lob heartily at supper" No such thing, revolutionary giant to tho' earth ; but in courage and self-devotion of' permitele a mi lira te trilute generosu
r"ther.Vbr,, I only ate a little chicken crushing he stifled and a I:1dyVho misero
anarchy liberty, in could undertake !such a journey alone elogio en vez del que mercces,
Ballad, wing of turkey, some jelly, a few the end lost his own on his last field of this inclement season and -at moderandu tu ardiente sent lnento
-macaronies and mottoes, a dOleD pickled battle. and go through the la idea contoladora >
immense formidable
oysters, and' drank Tew glasses of champaign I Each of these men has been recompensed a petition. The President task doubtlesf.of such de que al mayor talento

,'that's .all..except a sponge cake or according to his works. Washington after moved the was lo limita la Parca dcstructoia;
by
two and a glass of lemonade extraordinary enthusiasm cs en vano se arguya,
durins dancing having raised a nation to independence l\INI. Child
I and little to reconsider the matter after humiliate, serena el desconsuclo,
a ,
ginger sweet-meats. There slept peacefully as retired
i
a
magistrate, she had left the city and no bay ciencia
Liay ae'twiCG as much as I did.--"No I under his paternal roof amid the regrets of where there> is the feast as, in such cases, loa,decretoa del que Cielo destruya:

did'nt, but I was more select, father : a'fewplice'of his countrymen, and'the vtnentton of ill mercy which shquld always uncertainty, that r tu, Esposa infeliz,desventurad,
cold tongue, a piece of a'-Ia-mooe people.Bonaparte. tico which resides in the temper the jus- peidona si mi Lira deausada

beef three pickles,a few olives, some blaxe having robbed l. nation of its Magistrate, will breast of a Chief se ha atreyido a cantarte en tus dolores

r fie two plates of lce-cream, a little independence, was harried, a dethroned on the safe side always promPt him to err tremuloai mi corazon suspira.. Ie .

6oating-Wand, some truffles and bon bons, emperor, into exile, and the terrified earth reprieve, that the, resolved to grant Die alii y la te rompo . yo Tuelo a su sepulcro
and orangesplum-cakeand custard him supposed evidence might nombrarami pecLo triste,
during hardly thought secure be
enough obtained if
eren
it{ really existed; If the'men lIobre- l tirare I
flares.
the evening.( I'm sure I don't care much under the custody of the ocean. Even art in fact will ,

for lO1id#. "And did you dance after whilst, exhausted and chained to 8 rock,hex they will *Wl : and appear as no; innocent injury can, Cayo Hueso, 19 de Julio dee. y F


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a A
I j observation that "there's alvaysa veal within los, for the refusal will be a passport fur __1 _
I Charles V. to Madrid. The of the 'MAIUUKD\
T ENQUIRER. a vccl"-believing that the Cdit6r would army *
North! will declare in his favor,and horrible On Tuesday evening<< (July 7th) by Robert ,
7 KEY WEST, PLo REDA not have been quite so candid in respect to re-actions will take place without any possible R. Fletcher, Esq., Mr. JOilN S. TAOL:,

the health of Apalachicola, had he not tlio't return to/the present system. The to Mrs. ANNA DOROTHEA: M UNION, both of

; SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, I83S. "" the paper town of St.Joseph's far preferable. Queen is said to be plunged into the deepest this City. ,

"RIGHTS OF KEY WEST. _UJjCkjUu ,,.* distress. She would bo glad to make an On Thursday evening, (July 30th,) bj !
arrangement with Don Carlosby means of Robert R. Fletcher, Esq., Mr. JOUN \V. ;
The St. Augustino Herald of June 17, The following is the remarks of the Advertiser
a marriage, but she dares not avow her wish DAVIS of the United States Army, to 111''j
baa been handed to us. In it we observe on this subject:- ANN M. Foao, both of this city. ,

'under the heading Rights of Key West," "The fevers of Apalachicola are more es.M.. Rouen, responsible editor of the Aational .

a communication signed "Casccllijs" in dreaded than Cholera, and unless something appeared before the Court of Assizes DIED 'j'
yesterday, to oppose a decree of that Court At Indian Key on the 10th ult. Mr. ISAIAH
which the unjust repeal of the act of incor is done to add to the healthfulness of the by which he had been sentenced to a year's CLARK, Jr. of Brewster Massachusetts ,

poration of our city is spoken of in the termsit place it must cease to flourish. We are imprisonment and a fine of I0,900f., for insult much lamented by all who know him.KntcUftutc. .

merits. We are pleased to find that ourfellow compelled to abandon for at least five months toward the King's person, in an arti .-_ :

citizens in other parts of the Territory in the year,which necessarily subjects us to in cle'that on the journal American on January claims 22.,:that The appeared coun t rfnt I '

arc becoming more and more alive to heavy extra expenses, or else incur the risk: sel for M. Rouen was M. Armand Carrel, PORT OF KEY WEST. & p.1ARRInnJuly6Sloop

the consequences of the high handed meas- of disease, for sickness is morally certain to who defended his client with great energy.

ure, and disposed to join with us in opposition all tint: remain." After a few minutes' deliberation, the jury : !! Spy,Glanders, 1\
the V e e s a e returned a verdict by which M. Rouen was Tampa Bay ; ballast to masters. 1 '
to usurped authority of the Legislative
28 nrad'chO'reen "
Schr.
acquitted.We July Olivb ,
Council. That they should do so is We have been informed that: a numberof Reef; toP Greene. .V. *. I

not surprising, for what is now the case of gentlemen from the North intend visiting learn nothing relative to our French July 29-Sloop Lorcto Sawyer, Havana ;

Key West may hereafter become their own this place during the summer, in order to affairs. The Constitution had arrived at to master. 'eO
New York, and Mr. Livingston, previous July 31-Sloop Fair Wood
unless the business of legislating is better prepare for the fall business: therefore, as American, ,
to leaving the city, presented CommodoreElliot Havana ; to master. i "
conductor of feel it
a public journal, we
understood and followed than at
present. SAILED-July 29-Schr. Olivo Branch;
with gold box, as a return for attentions
a .
incumbent all of their !
Caicclliut attributes the passage of tho an duty to apprise Greene, Reef is ;
repealing act entirely to the member from danger, and more especially those of the received while a passenger in the July t9-Sloop Mary Ann, Xcmenez, '
.
Monroe County. He concludes his communication North ant! East who are unaccustomed to Constitution. Charlotte Harbor.

with of the a Southern climate.To N A V A L.-We have now titling in Baltimore Spoken on the 26th ult.by the sclir. Car
a copy report of the oline about 4 miles E. S. E. of Sand Key
of ,
a beard of Naval Officers, which
avoid all in
\ committee appointed to investigate the danger, we, company, Capt.' Ballard is President, for the examination Light House,Ship John.Serjeants of Philadelphia '

55 matter by the city council, previously ob with many of our neighbors,intend visiting of Midshipmen, and a Court Martialof from Philadelphia bound to New

serving during the sickly season the delightful beachof which Corn Warrirgton is President, for Orleans,26 days out,. all[ well. '
a '
With regard to the right of the Legislative St. Joseph's Bay, a location where sick the trial of Capt. Read, for his'conduct! towards HIS mUTANlC MAJKSTPS VICE.)-- '

Council to repeal a charter of incorporation ness is not known, and invite those of other Midshipman Wilson. "
We CojrcrtATE, Key West if; July 1835." '
learn that another Court Martial is j'
Y which
they had before granted, pIa.cesvho like us, are driven from their
| we conceive that such body have no such ordered to sit hero for the trial of Purser >UBLIC NOTICE, is hereby' given that
atJthis.season of the
homes to
I right, unless there ha-1 been a violation of year, join Zantzinger on charges preferred againsthim. all vessels bound for the Bahama Islam
1 the express terms of the charter, by the acting us_la partaking,of the luxuriant and invigoRating The Court is composed of Captains !?, must have: a clean Bill of Ilcaltli from

I officers. On a representation of this ; sea-breezes St.Joseph's in lieu of Thomas Shubrick Ap and Catesby Jones, President; this office, or they will not ho adrrifttcU! to
I affair to the next of the United I malignant.and Morgan ; Master Command '
Congress this poisonous atmosphere at ants, M'Keever and Mayo and Lieutenants an entry. 0 01IIARA.. t '
I States,there can be no doubt that this ;
'
repeal :tb'e rhome.. !1 J: ,W.' D. G. Farragut and II. Y. Purviancc .O1 lCJ-Whereas wife ellrlet- :ito
I act of the Legislative Council will be ; L.. ,,: ,.,' ," .,f', ; my
I annulled, and the act of incorporation of .;..<
the 2d Feb. 1832, be restored." b.vJ ii ,* F.ROlNEV YORK. Capt. Mistar, of the Brig Noble, arrivedin hereby forwarn all persons from harboring

.*_-. ''HTbe(achy:Erpeditious, Capt. JONES, from Hampton Roads on Saturday last,in nine or trusting her on my account: fur I will
An arrangement has been made in the New'-Vbrkbound: to St.Marks,arrived hereon days from Havana informs that the U. S. not pay any debts of her contracting.. I

Bahama Islands, that all vessels arrivingfrom the 26th bringing papers of tho former Schr. Grampus. Lieut. Com.; Whitc/had LEMUEL OTIS. i''
Foreign Ports must produce a Dill of just arrived at that port from a cruise.' The Indimley,2SJnl,183'S"
to the 3d We '
place up July. present our J'
sloop of War St. Louis, Capt. McCauley,
Health, or they will not be to
permitted readers with of the NOTICE.THE .
a summary news they sailed thence a few days previous to 14lh

enter. contain, but nothing very important.It for Pensacola.A subscribers to the La Fayette I

By the-request of a number of citizens will be seen by our extracts that Spain son of Chief Justice Marshall was billed Company are notified that unlosstho. !' ''
our has made a formal call for the armed inter- at Baltimore by the falling of a part ofa .whole amount of their: subscriptions arc Ii'; '
we give place in this day's paper to an vention of France agreeably to the provis building in which he had taken refuge paid up by the 15th inst. their names will be

eulogy on the death of Lieut. Manning, from ions of the Quadruple Treaty. Considerable from a storm on Sunday June 28. stricken from the list V By order, .'
the of a Spanish in agitation in consequence existed in the .
pen gentleman now our markets. We hope the gentleman alluded to in the J. W. SIMONTON, Agent.
. city. money August I, 835. [35-3t]
article from Florida.
following was not
According to the National(French paper)
All having claims against tho
The Schooner Wm. Turner, Capt. Flaherty the demand for intervention left Madrid on NOBLE GENEROSITY.-A gentleman from persons
1 bound the 21st May with the'sanction of M. M.de the far'south-thank heaven he was not a above Company are requested to present
from Havana to New Orleans
Itayneval and Villicrs, and was immediately yankee-was taken from the Tremont House them withoutdelny for payment \ '
run ashore at the Tortugas Islands on the transmitted London. '(he object of to Charlestown in,the hourly, on Tuesday. LEGAL, CON VEYANCI G
flight of the 26th ult., during a squall, but I it is not an active co-operation, but a mere After Mr. Studley, the driver,had set down

got off again with the assistance of the occupation-Bpain engaging to pay all the his passengershe found in his,coach, a pocket OFEVERYKIND EXECUTED WITH
expenses of the expedition. M book, which, on.pxaminiog be found.lo
House
Light without and '
keepet damage, Hitherto," says tfie Courier Francdit, belong to the southern'gentleman; containing i PROMPTNESS;
proceeded on her voyage. "all the facts which have reached our knowledge one$100 bill and one $20, with'other
i are confined to the despatching of papers. He immediately sent his ticket ON APPLICATION AT THE OFFICE ;:
\ "The proprietorsof Apalachicolahaving notes by the Madrid cabinet, establishing boy with the pocket book and contents "to
or THE CtKRK Or THX CURIO:
COURT.
accomplished the object of their mission, that the period of the catutftzderii has arri- the owner, who very generously made hima ,

I left U9' last week in the Steamer Southron. ved, and to negotiations' for authorising the present of the handsome sum of 12 1-2 WM. A. WHITEHEAD"'
assistance of Portugal, and hastening levies cents{-[Boston Transcript. "
'
'
The citizens generally are much disappointed NOTARY PU DI IJ.
recruits in As for
of Belgium. sending
OHIO AND MICHIGAN' _The between '
and dissatisfied with their course. Satisfactory a French army into the Peninsula, if the Ohio and Michigan,says the dispute N. York CUSToK.llot71EMAJtCu, 17,. 1835.' .

arrangements have been made with question has been agitated in the Council Courier and Enquirer, is partially-put to

\, come few property holders, with regard to it has been decided negatively. There the is rest for the present, by tho pauage of a.; bill $100 REWARD I!
in tho cabinet a opposition to
their stronger by the Legislature of the former, for the
improvements, while the rights and intervention than that of M. Ilumann and ,,-
postponement of the question until the
j interests of the great mass of the people Marshal Maison." meeting of Congress. The line is to be from the' Jail of Monroe

have been utterly disregarded and if we LONDON, May 30-Extract of a letter run by Ohio,and after that the citizens liv ESCAPED Southern District of 'Florida f 1 j!

,, should judge from present appearances, from Madrid, dated May 20, received the minutesof by ing on tho debatable ground are to obey the a prisoner by the name of JAMES S. .

something more than quiet submission may express resolutions:-"The following to are laws of Ohio if they like them-if not,those SIMONDS, who was' committed 'to my "
come yesterday
be anticipated. Many however, have determined 1. The urging necessity of a foreign of presents Michigan.itself in So our glorious free Republic an option,and seldom the custody on three indictments found by the :'

to remove their buildings to St.Joseph's intervention, without which the Government borderers are dull people if they do not select grand jury of said 'Coiln'ty, on tho several

Bay, and before another season is unable to put down the insurrection the code least inconvenient for tb'emto charges of murder, piracy, and larceny, t
of the Carlists, or stop the progress of an and made his by' means of false '
expires there will be some fifteen or twenty obey. _________ escape
archy. 'l
keys on the night of the 4th inst. He is
large warehouses erected at that place, 2. The Council of Regency the Ministers [From the Exeter (N. H.) News Letter.] a native of Now Hartford, (('onn.)iu mariner

lame eight or ten frames for dwellings are the Constituted Authorities troopsof Married in Candia, Mr. Samuel 1 Wood and has been fur several in
also in readiness for shipment, and will be the garrison of Madrid, the army of the man, to Mrs. Sally Woodman. They had of trading and years vessels command and
North and the people devoted to the exis- lived in the wrecking ,
put up immediately or so soon as workmen ting Governmentconvinced of this necessity previously together marriagestate at one time commanded,the tchr. Lydia of

can be procured to accomplish it. Others loudly demand the active co-operation for nearly thirty years. At the last Philadelphia lie is about thirty yearn' of t
Term of the Court in this
of the aggrieved are determined to be did provided for by the quadruple treaty, and Superior county, age, five feet five or ei>inches high' has a
receive the the wife's petition for a divorce,on account
consequently engage to foreign down castguilty look dark sallow complexion *
possessed by the law only, unless the pro ,
auxiliaries as friends and protectors. of the husband's extreme cruelty, was presented but from close' confinement for
prietors should extend to them the ,
same circumstances the the hill
3. Under present charges proved--and a of several months had become some some what
liberality that they have to others." intervention should be immediate,and consist divorce granted. A new courtship com
has remarkable his head and
pale a scar on
The above extract is from one of the latest of 50,000 men." mcnced-tho hatchet was buried-and the ,
about hit face. He is
\ some scars well
Apalacbicola papers which we have re These three points have been approvedby fond couple, too Impatient to abido ,"tile .
York
the Ministers, and the Ambassadors of known in New where his wifefa coo-
ceived. We must confess our belief that France and England have affixed their signatures I l law's delay" of a fortnight, for the usual nexions reside. ,< >r.' <

the plan of building an opposition town at to them, as certifying their being punishment, repaired incontinently to a I will give the above reward' if lie to secured .

St. Joseph's Bay will be found more diffi- correct. To this the Ministers have deci magistrate, who united the ardent lover end In any.-Jail'in the United States; 4ft
ded to add that Spain should bold herself I the blushing hnde in those sacred bonds '
cult of execution than is imagined. The the 'same reward ith'nil reasonable
expenses
liable to France for all the charges and expenses i that nothing but death- or the Superior '
Editor of the Advertiser seems, however, if delivered tome*!Kay West, I'
which the expedition create.-
may Court
--can sever .
to be warmly enlisted in favor of the project This act has, no doubt, been sent to the Allied Divorc'd like scissors rent in twain, TUOA1A8lEAB'rINi''; i 44

and aims a blow at the prosperity of Courts,in support of the applications Each mourn'd the rivet out, > "U. S. MAKSIUL.' ,
the present site in the paper before us, of our Ambassador It is said the Ministers Now whet and revited again, Key West, July|5yl836. [34tf]) '

by adverting in strong terra to the uo- is give up all for lost and if the quadruple fulfilled treaty They'll make the old shears cqt." N. D. The'Printers on the Je3'-board ,,

healthfulness of its location. A retirement immediately of Government entirely to Badajos I OrE Terra AT A TIME.-Step among will subserve the cause of justice; by giving

We have no reason to doubt the correct- 01 Seville is talked of, in case the. CarliMs your neighbors, reader, and see whether i tho above advertisement a few infer

aess of the statements made,and on presen- make any progress in Castile.ThePortugueieAmbauadorbasitissta.. those of them who have got along smoothly tions. in their respective newspaper,
and accumulated property, and gained -
ting a portion of them to our readers, we ted, promised in the name other mot faithful a good name, hare not been mep who bent IS HEREBY GIVEN, That! .

cannot refrain front congratulating them Majesty, that she will be ready to render themselves with all their energies: to one NOTICE for receiving subscriptions

upon the agreeable contrast presented in such assutanco to our Queen as the single branch of business; who brought all to the Capital Stock of the SOUTHERN
the health of West-the place so other parties of the. quadruple alliance shall their
Key decide Valdez quits the of Na- lowerso[ bear on one point, and built LlFEINSUIUNCE ANDTR08T COMPANY -
vilified abroad. When it shall merit one varre, and upon.the Count de Esptleta army, or the upon one foundation. It must be so. Go will to opened at the office of

ball what is said of Apalachicola, we promise Marquis de Las Amarillasi i is named as his out in spring, when the sun,is yet .far distant Thomas Douglas Esq. in tho City of Sr.

our friends that they shall have the plea- successor. This army is in an alarming ,and you can scarcely,foci the influenceof Augustine, on the second) day of Novem

lure of patronising another printer. In state. All the troops are about to leave bit beams, scaUcrcd a*t c.aro over tho her next at 10 o'clock-k ,M., and will be

the mean while we will rest content where Biscay and Navarre, except the PampeluDa wide faco of aea\ioD. but collect these I kept open from, lima:to Hmo by adjournment
and $t.Sebastian will be retained for beams to a focus,, and they kindle aflame ,until the whole of the Stock shill be
ve are,satisfied that at this moment which up '
present purpose they are being provisioned. ,'P. R
in An instapt. So the man that subscribed not exceeding thirty day;
there is not place on this side of Mason Our position U delicate. W 0 are looking LOT .
bu
jjqyaadera talents CLARK
his
and strength Otf ,
with great anxiety for tte answers of France
and Dixoo's Line, enjoying a greater decree and England. If the 60,000 French do not many thing'will fail to make an impression HOBEKT RAYMOND REID,. ,

of health. quickly enter Spain, it, will be taken as a with either' } but (Jet 'bun draw them lo a THOMAS DOUGLAS
We feel tempted to preface the Adverti proof that the Powers will accommodate point.:..;Jet Mm .tickat a siofte object,and CostrstfstoifS, -. .

ser's remarks with Billy Laek-t day's trite themselves to the deaoeiaaiiaa'of Don Car* It yield Wore1' N Juno !SO, 836.: (3* lOw] I .j


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1 THE NEWYOllKER. I tOn City of'1'allahasseeTlnFidS, a weekly graving and 'description* bf the) character
:::" Tallahassee Ga habits/ &c, of Bird, Beasts Fishes anJls"r.I
entitled the ,
hjtet1nn 11. --... Saturday the 21st of Mardi, wild\ bo, newspaper; with
Gcccralddrerti.cr" columns (/ together every subject co'nnf\
NCHMAN'S' 1'lUCK. issued the first number of the secondjvoU, zcttcand -
A KAU *'J.M* with tho
ted Geography
devoted to Politics Internal Jm History, Naturt
will be !
Monsieur Duphot was a French refugee umo of TUB NEW-YORKER; nnd the publisher :
artificial of
: and General Intelligence co/uprising and resources the illu
the this movements, country, <:-
who had fled to America In beginningof trust early announcement will rioted in a familiar and popular '
the revolution, and nettled himself in attract the seasonable attention of all l those" the news oE *hg4cjyJoth foreign BOSTON BEWICK manner %
Boston. judgment of the Yankees was who may choose to commence their subscription and Domestic. C0
without reserve-" 11s sont houscfans at that riddle In accordanbe with custom, the puLIJsh.ers' No 47 Court Street. \
expressed
mais its! no savant pas joucr le vlol n." THE NEW-YORKER will continue to pie- will proceed in a \ery brief manner, to (tirEditors of Newspapers throughou'' 1
$I flat Monsieur Duplrot had a waggish neighbor serve the general character which has thus lay before the public ananalsisoftie! plan I the United Slate: who will publish (lie

who, if he could not play the fiddlr, far secured it the approval of a steadily and on Avhich the Gazettes ill conducted. foregoing Prospectus, and notice the contents
E eouid play a trick, as the Frenchman found rapidly increasing patronage,and a popularity They will endcovor steadily to keep in of the Magazine from time to time' ,;
(o his annoyance,having been etpril-fooled, commensurate with the sphere of its \'iethe landmarks of the Constitution of shall be entitled to the first volume
and sent errands after pigeon's milk, more circulation. The peculiarities of its plan tho United States, by which they hope to Any person remitting the Agent: by mail
ft times than one by this mischief-loving fel wero adopted Her much reflection; and we steer their course aright. As moderation post paid, Ten Dollars, shall receive: siI '
low. He would have paid him In his own have not learned that its prominent features and firmness will be our motto, we will be copies for one )ear-and continued as long

coin, but his bad English wan sure to carry have failed in a single point to receive the slow to brand with heresy, those politicianswho as the money is regularly forwarded.to
him into some blunder in the attempt, and approbation of its patrons and the public. may honestly differ in opinion fromus. I A liberal price will be paid for approprino -

the jokes which he plotted commonly The paper; will continue to be arranged as It ia our design{ frilly to report the .. ? And well written articles, or drawings,
ploded on his own hands. However, good follows: passing: political news of the day; the political illustrative of national subjects, possessing

d luck and his own wit, ,made him amends I. Literary Department-Embracing the views that we may nave occasion to interest. Subscriptions received at this, '

now and tnen.-One day, Mr. B., the joker whole outer form of the paper, and presenting advocate,shall be dispassionately discussed, office '
aforesaid, met him in tho market, where the twelve ample columns of Reviewsof so far as we ore concerned ; and we hope PROSPECTUS::: :: -

Frenchman was cheapening! a quarter of New PublicationsOriginal! and Selected our friends who may favor us with communications OF TEAMARAN'I'II

mutton. I Tales,Essays, Poems, Allecdotes,.&(. &c.Tlie will observe the same rule, otherwise ,
i Aht! monsieur," said he, "you and I 1 original contributions to this department they will be njected. In the observance A Semi-monthly Journal of Literature atU
the errand. You dine mut- of this course, we shall act with strict the Arts.
am on same 011 are regularly and promptly paid for ; *
B Brown, ( II. Brown, Editors.
ton to.day'P' and in addition to the many writers who impartiality.It .
Yes, sair; de mutton is more sheep as have favored us with articles during the will be the aim of the publishers to More than two years have elapsed since

de bif, voyez vous." past year, and whose essays will continue render to their patrons all the satisfaction: the commencement it of has the Amaranth, and
durinsLhat period received
'. "True,and if you and I buy a bit together to enrich our columnswe havo the promise they are capable of, bearing in mind the increase of patronage. To be iu a fault steady is f
it will be cheaper. What do you say?" of assistance from others whose names are old age they that would please every body twill he common lot of humanity, and we make
Ver well,allons; let us sec-how much already well known to their countrymen. please nobody." nopictence of an exemption from the charge;
I you vantf We do not parade the names,as is the fashion In avowing. however a design to pursue however,our intentions arc tj have .stets
4 1 Oh! about a quarter." of some; but we confidently appeal to course untrammelled by the shackles of I errors as possible, while we endeavor that
iI "Bien, bien, and so do 1. Den me buy the experience of the past year as affording nny party, we would not be understood as our productions shall be acceptable to GUI
half' a mutton en semble,and den me make an earnest of our zealous, untiring, and we being i indifferent to tho imporlancetpf.cor'? ': I readers, and approved by the community iu
him half chacurn reel principles. They wish Iiovuevera d I general The Amaranth takes no part i in
trust
too a piece. not altogether unsuccessful exertionsto J ( tile discussien of
i religion or politics, and
"Exactly replied B. render the literary character of the New tinctly to have it known' thattthey* wiJlnei- adhering to this rule,we have excluded ma lit::'
So straightway making a purchase of a Yorker inferior to that of journal of its (her lead the van nor follow r tl*the,'T"i3r trainJD|'j" ny articles ,',om its columns- The same regulation ,
side of mutton, he cut it intwo,and taking class in this country. Designing Political Intricuersvlip arc men I Iof will be continued, althuu elegance
the hind quarter for himself, offered the II. Political Intelligence. this de principle in proportiontplttetr.! ; ra"t' rest''iv. ,1 power and poignancy may sometimes receive '
s Frenchman the other. does Several columns of thQ j denial. The work is now
partment alone the New-Yorker present ; 3a28jte;: ; !lRj;be ; pcrmanepity i
Attendezl" said the Frenchman" it is an anomaly in the history of the newspaper appropriated to Essays of'a !taOrorirTd 1 miscellaneous ;; meItcement.stablishcd, although at J-fojfjMfc ,
de hind quarter I want" press of the Union. Our plan em I character, uniief( 'the bead'o. ,, there were probablyTfloWSKu
itsduration
t be but
"Really! now it happens to be the very braces the collection of every importantitem Reading for Saturday Evenii ."" presaged. It has been to patronised likeJomh5sgourd. by tl.osc

part I want too!" said the other,pretending of political intelligence-whatever: be i The publishers are fully aware of the whom \re should feel proud to name, Werf:
surprise. I its character and bearing-in the languageof difficulty of their undertaking,, but place I we permitted, and of whose continucdlucd-
The Frenchman grinned, and shruggedhis historical record, and with the strictest great reliance on the public liberality, and I tress and attention we have assurance.
shoulders. regard to the preservation of an unquestioned believe that a diligent attention to business, Tho columns of'the- Amaranth embrace
"Come," said B., "let us tossa cent-and neutrality between the contending and a zealous effort to serve the public, will I original tales, essays, &u. from the pens of
t ho that wins, shall put his hand upon one parties, opinions and sectional divisions secure to themselves a liberal share of pat well known and distinguished writers, and
piece,. and say, Who shall have this!' existing in (he country. The Editor refers ronage. we shall intend be hereafter, to pay forsuch articles:
from those whose
while the other turns his back,and answers, with a proud satisfaction to the fact, that '1 he City of Tallahassee being located as communications: acceptable will add, interest to
t jI '1' or 'you.' ,throughout the past year, he has presenteda in the centre' of Florida, and surrounded work extant. We arc aware it will put any us

"Ver well." minute and circumstantial acconnt of all by many natural advantages, possessing ina to much expense, but we are resolved to do
U HerA it goes then; head, I win ; tail, the elections which have taken place in the given space around its centre, a larger every thing in our power to render the work
you lose." several States, during an eminently ardent population than that of any other portionof ,worthy liberal support, and the only Hay
The former proposition was uttered as and excited canvass, without once incurring the Territory within the same limits, has to receive the encouragement of the public(
the coin flew into the air. "Aye," said the censure or even the exception of any ,but one weekly newspaper. In. additionto ii-to pay for wcl!! written articles* We make
the Frenchman to if and "Ni to the latter political this there are valuable no pretensions to a superiority over other
? > journal. And, while' he reserves: many sections of literary works ; we Lave no hired editors
,for ho had: beeri'tricked'that way before. to himself the right of commenting briefly I I country, which we doubt not, will soon t he to puff us into notice>,"nor do we scud forth *
Mr. B. was caught in his own 'trap, for it but freely on the topics of the day, and of brought into cultivation,,should'!the piesent t E long-winded prospdctQs, to trumpet our OMU
was not a head. However, tis an equal offering such suggestions as the aspects of 'prices of the great staple of, the country be literary consequence, and promising to ostt-
1 ; chance. yet," thought he. the times may seem to require, he yet holds maintained; which must considerably aug. do all others. No,our journal can spcakifur[ ,
"Tournezdone, said the Frenchman, himself pledged that such remarks shall not : ment the population of the Territory. itself and we wish for no one to subscribe,
and slily' whipping out his interfere in From the considerations unless he thinks it deserving of patronage
penknife, he any material degree, with the stated above, I
chopped off.the tail from views tho doctrines we have no hesitation in Nothing admitted into the paper which
one portion of the or the prospects of any believing that we does not merit album !
possess ; poetry ( )
t mutton, and 'clapping it upon the other political party. lie cherishes the confident may with confidence, rely for complete and communications upou dry and hackoied
cried out,as if fn his usual blundering way, expectation, that the files of tile New-Yor success of our ttik erlaking on the support subjects, unless-of the very first order, are
Who shall have dis wid de tail on?" ker will hereafter be referred to for the truth of a generous public entirely excluded. The selections are made
"1," replied the other,jumping round in of any controverted statement regarding CONDITIOSS.-TIJ()'Tallahassee Gazette from the very best Foreign and American

great glee,at the supposed etourderic of his the results of elections, &c. &c. since its and General Advertiser" will be published Periodicals, with which the Editors arc reg.
' companion. establishment, with mutual deference and on a super royal sheet, at four dollars per .ularly supplied, and every thing of interest
"Den take him for with entire and importanoc will have a place in its col
you de fore quarter. conviction of absolute certainty. annum payable in advance or on delivery I
A ?,Ir.B. scratched his head,without saying III. General Intelligence-Consisting of of the first dumber. Four dollars and fif have umns., and In shall noticing continue new to publications take an independent we

a word, for a moment or two, till ,the explosion Foreign and DomesticNews,Literary Items, ty cents if paid after tho expiration of six course ; we shall not governed by
,of laughter which accompanied the Statistics, Brief Notices of the Drama, &c. months, or five dollars if paid at the clooScof bribery, but make our ,remarks devoid of
trick, had, in some degree,subsided. Then, However it may be the fortune of others the year. fear,or the hope of favor. The drama shall
with an exceeding foolish look,he marched to obtain the confidence and patronage of No subscript will be received for a less not be altogether lected, but received
away, carrying his fore quarter of mutton the public, on the credit of prospective improvements terra than one year, and the paper will not share of notice ; the musical department al-
with the tail, on which winds this tale of..- and future excellence, the pub discontinued without orders until all arrearages 80, wilt command a share of attention.
The work is embellished willengravings )
ocoasionally
fondon New Monthly Magazine lishers arc content to rest their claims to are paid.

AUCTION OF LADIES.-An auction of ;I public consideration distinctly on what t The first number will be issued during music with executed accompaniments in the best for mlnnerarl the 1'iaiu

unmarried ladies used to take place annually they have already accomplishedand respect the ensuing summer or early in the fall.- Forte, flute, &c '. The terms, to city subscribers .
in Babylon. In every district," says fully invite the patrons of American literature Communications addressed to tho publishers one dollar and fifty cents, in advanceor -
the historian, they assembled on a certain to examine their journal and judge must be post paid. two dollars at the end of six month?
day of every year all the virgins of marriageable what it mill be from,what it if. JOHN BALDWIN. As our country subscribers will be taxes
age." The most beautiful was When it is considered that periodical DAVID SHEFFER. postage on their papers, we shall exact but
of like character Tallahassee one dollar,if always paid in advance; atIlt r-
first for
up; and the man who bid the largest originality variety April 171835. wise
they will be charged the usual snbscrip
um of money took possession of her.- of literary contents, comprehcasiven.es of GREAT NATIONAL WORK; tion. These regulations will be strictly
The sec nd in personal appearance followed plan,and the amount of matter weekly presented AMERICAN: MAGAZINE adhered to.

and the biddmgr.&ified themselves with has ever been attempted in this Of useful and Entertaining Knowledge to, No subscriptions received at a distant.
handsome wives according to tho depth of country at a less price than three to five be illustrated by maneroes Engravings, (except from agents,) unless accompanied )
then pure But,alas I itseems there were dollars per annum, the publishers trust they with the payment for one year in a'Jvar.c
in Babylon some ladies for which no mon will not be deemed presumptuous in expressing BVT TUB BOSTON BEWICK COMPANV. Ao edition of the paper is published at F.a.t

ey was likely to be offered, yet these were the hope that their journal will attract The success which has attended the pub. Bridgervaterllass, where all coinmunics
also disposed of so provident were the Bali the attention, even if* it should not licaticn of the best Magazines from the tioDiAc. must be addressed to George Jl

R ,IonIan,. \Vhenalf the beautiful virgins," secure the favor, of the patrons of American English Press, has led to preparations for in Brown the office.post paid We, or are they obliged will to remain adopt dead Ihkrulo

laY' the 17istcria .. U were sold the crier literature. 11. GREELEY &. C a. issuing a periodical more particularly adap .as our, postage baibecome a heavy tax
ordered the most deformed to stand up, CONDITIONS.The ted to the wants and taste of the( Americanpublic. upon us.
and after he had openly demanded who NEW-YORKER will While it will be the object of the f fj r The next volume of the Amaranth
would parry !her with,.a. 8011 sum, she ) be published every proprietors to make the work strictly what will be issued weekly, $4 per annum, of the
was at adjudged to the man who would Saturday morning on a large imperialsheet its title indicates will, nevertheless, contain size and:style of the New-York Mirror.aud
be satisfied with the least. In thismanner of the best quality, and afforded t to all articles of interest to its those of subscribers who wish to Lave
the money arising from the sale of the, patrons in city or country, at TWO DOLLARS which appear in foreign Magazines.patrons, the paper, will please notify us before the
per annum payable in advance. expiration o( the volume A setni-montlly
handsome served Extensive
as a portion to those preparations have been
who. entered '

The of the edition will also be continued usual *
experience past admonish as *
were either.2f..d; agreatblo looks, or that es us to the year into, both with artists and Authors, to $1,50.
regard advance
had any other imperfection." 'rho cn a. distant subscribers payment from furnish, from all parts of the Union, draw (fj r Our exchange list has increased tc
torn prevailed about five hundred years be dition. When from as an indispensable con ings and illustrations of every subject of such an extent, that we ape obliged to erase
peculiar clrcumstances
fore. Christ. interest, which the publishers confidently many valuable papers from our list, sad!
,
is
Mr. Seth l'.'-IIa ra;fho famous I lecturer the payment delayed till the e.tpirationof believe will enable them to issue a work D,again&tour inclination ; however, |c
on English, quarter, fifty cents will be add cd. honorable to its title and acceptable to the those who Lave, and still continue to publish
grammar in explaining to his Any
person ten dollars in duty
bow remitting free of American People. our prospectus, we shall feel
pupUs that the noun was the founda.tWn i charge us,shall receive six copies for ono The American bound, to extend towards them the band <"
01'nil other parts speech, said it was year, and in the same proportion for a tai Magazine is luLlishedmonthlyeac.h fellowship- **"
like the bottom wheel of a factory, being ger number. Post Masters and others nuri)5crFonta'inin between Nov. lit 1834.
are and *""
that on which all other parts af speech de- respectfully requested to interest themselves forty fifty imperial octavo pages, at Two ELLEN MALLOKY )
pended, in the same manneras the upper in our behalf with tle assurance that the Dollars per annum,.payable in advance vs. > In Aiiachraej.1JOHN
.
wheels of a factory depended on the lower best possible terms will be afforded themPROSPECTUS Sketches It comprises- Portraits and Biographical 1 R. WESTERN.ALL .}
of
+ one. Having occasion afterwards to examine T distinguished Americans_ those interested will take notice
his pupils in parsing, he asked a stout OF THE Views of Public Buildings, J Monuments, the said suit has been commenced ,
lad, \Vhat is a noun?" When the other TALLAHASSEE GAZETTE< & GEiEK4L1)- and improvements: Landscape scenery- by attachment in the Superior Court t

replied with an air of confidence, Ift the VEREISER. ,the bpundfess va.petyand beagty of which, for Monroe County, and are notified .tc
in this
bottom vheclof a factory" Tho undersigned propose to publish i in source of country instruction, wlll and form aQ unceasing. plead to the declaration filed herein.
gratification; Eu [30-3m] A. GORDON Att'y fcr pl'E


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