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: August 8, 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: UF00049046:00036

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t TUB ENQUIRER is Published every Sat- TflE and in addition, to the many writers who
bare favored with articles during tho
inlay morning, at FIVE DOLLARS per us
annum. past year, and whose cssavs: will continue

AnvEfiTtsEMENTS inserted at the rate of to enrich our columns,\\'c'hn'o: the protnfsc' i

One Dollar and Fifty Cents! per square, (of of assistance from others vvhqse names are

fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, and ..QUI... already well known to their countrymen.

Seventv-Five Cents Advertisements for each subsequent will be We tit not parade the haunt;*?, a9 is the fashion
continuance. of some; !but we confidently appeal to
continued until otherwise ordered. None .
>--- the of the
experience past as affording
will be considered less than a square. JTK/JVSOJv year
No subscription will be discontinued EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY JESSE an earnest: of our zealous, untiring, and we
(unless at the option of the Editor,) until all --- -,- """'" .- -- .. trust not altogether unsuccessful exertions
arrears are paid. VOL : KKY WEST, BATU1IAY. AVRITST 8, 1835. NO.30. \ to render the literary character of tho N v

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be Post Paid Printing Ink of the ; throughout the whole length and breadth ol
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=_ Composing: Sticks, Bras GallcjB, Imposing the United States. II. Political Intelligence. this dcpaitmcnt -
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TABLE TOR 1835, .'" tt insignificant sieve not having order, executed she commanded promptly his SA $100 REWARD !r

JWMMf TlltiJOVntfAL'' KEPT AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE KEt fEJjT.? head to be struck off, which was immcdi r t
from the Jail of Monroe

.s Without bestowing a thought on this ESCAPED Southern District of Florida .

-- Daily ---- Ninus continued to converse a prisoner the name of JAMES S
Monthly. range Rain' Show- Rain trivial matter,
with Semiramis, till the evening and the S1MOND3, who was committed to my

MOtiTII. f .t 8 ao I -J .1 on en on quar- I fete arrived. When she entered the saloon custody on three indictments found by tie

1 I i I I a g' Eo j I 6 days. day. ter. I which hid been prepared: for the occasion, grand jury of said County, on the severalcharges '
of murder
8 8 a slave brought her a plate, in which was piracy, and larceny,

Januar,. 80,50 54,60 68,881 26,5P 14,50 !,OO 0,049 1 6 12,400 I the head of the decapitated C l1uch.-' Tis and made his escape by means of false
the of the 14th
February. 79,50 45,00 / 65,362 34,50 16,00 2,00 9,187 0 I 2 0,000 well,' said she, after having examined it. keys on night inst. lIe is
March. 02,50 53,5Q 71,161 20,00 13,75 1,00 9,093 0 1 0.050 Place it on a. stake in the court of the a native of New Hartford, (Conn.' )a mari,

April. .. 86,50 55,75 76,487 30,7& 12,50' 1 5,00 8,991 J 2 ,150 palace, that all may see it,and be you thereon ner, and has been for several years in command
. 70,00 79,775 16,75 1,50 2 I 6 3,610 of trading and wrecking vessels
May. 8a,75 / 5,75 9,400 I the spot to proclaim to every one, that I and
June. .. 09.50 73,50 80,977 16,00 11,50 4,50 8,596 I 12 3,150 the to whom this head belonged lived I at one time commanded the clar. Lydia of
I man
July. . 89,50 73,75 82,491 15,7.1j 12,00 '7,00 8,917 3 12 3,255 three hours ago, but that having disobeyedmy Philadelphia lie is about thirty years of

-- will, his head was separated from his age, lire feet five or six inches high, has a
down cast guilty look dark sallow
( -The Thermometers are RUTHERFORD'S: self Registering liorizo.ntal thermome body. I com-
The fete(was magnificent : a sumptuous I plexion, but from close confinement for

ters," kept within doors, but. in a free circulation of air during the night as well as the banquet was prepared in the gardens, and several months had become some somen hat: t
t t f. 'I' Semiramis received the homage of all witha pale: has a remarkable scar on his head and

flay. .' '; t' grace and majesty perfectly regal ; she some scars about his face. lie is well
f ,I known in New York where his wife's
continually turned to and conversed with : con
Niiius, rendering him the most distinguish nexions reside.
iBCCltaittg.STORK The secretary approached, two slaves I ed honor. You are,' said she 'a foreign I will give the above reward if he is secured
placed' a little table before him. in Jail in the United States
THE king come to visit me in my palace. I any er
OF MIDDLE AGES. 1 Write said Semiramis : 'Under the must make visit agreeable to you. the same reward with reasonable expenses .
TilE QVEfiW SEMIRA HIS. penalty of death the governor of the citadelof after the served if delivered to me at Key West.
Shortly \ banquet was ; ,
'Of all wives said King Ninug to
my Babylon is ordered to yield up the command Semiramis confounded and reversed all THOMAS EASTIN,
Semiramis, 'it is you I love best. None of the citadel to him who shall bearto ranks. Ninus the bottomof U. S. MARSHAL
was placed at
have charms would and graces like them you, all'Let and for him this order.'-Fold this order, sealit the table. lIe was the first to laugh at Key Wcs, July 25, 1835. [34if]

you 1 the king willingly consider resign well what he says,1replied with the king's seal, and give it to me. this caprice; and tho court following his N. B. The Printers on the seaboard

*.Semip mi8. 'What if I were to Write now: Under penalty of death, the example, allowed themselves to be placed, will subserve the cause of justice by giv.
of the slaves of the is
palace or- without to the will I tho above advertisement
take hun at hs word.' governor murmuring, according ing a few inser
resign the command of tho slaves
of the She seated near herself the tions in their respective
queen. newspapers.
returned the monarch whilst
1 Do so, ; hands
into the of the who shall
person pre three brothers from the.Caucassus.Are ,
beloved by 'you, I am indifferent to all sent this order. Fold it, seal it with theking's ( orders executed ?' she demanded HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY'sTVICE

others. seal,and deliver to me this decree. of my CONSULATE. KEY WEST.EUBLIC \ \

'So, then if I asked it,' said Semiramis, Write again: Under the penalty of death, 'Yes them. NOTICE, hereby given that
replied they.
'you would banish all your other wires and the general of the army encamped under. A slave bound for tho Bahama Isl-!
love me alone? I should be alone your the'walls of i 'l'heJdc was very gay. having clean
Babylon is ordered ,to resignthe a .Bill of Health from
by the force of habit, served the king first.
consort, 'the partaker of your ,power', and command of the army to. him who Semiramis had him beaten with rods. His this office, or they will not be admitted to

Queen of Assyria? shall be the bearer of this order. Fold, with the an entry. O. O'HAKA.
mingled laughterof
Queen of Assyria Are you not so seal, and deliver to mo this decree.1 inclined guests. July 31, 1835. [35-3w]
to merriment. It
Every one was
4 already said Ninus, 'since you reign by She took the three orders thus dictated
f t 01'lVE.-hcread wife lleiiutt-
in which each
was a comedy, played his my : -
your l beauty over answered its king1'No his lovely mistress I put them in her bosom. The whole court part. Towards the end of the repast, when N ta has quilted my bed and board, I
--no,1 ; I struck with consternation the
was ; king forwarn all from
t '1 am at present only a slave whom you i himself wine had added to the general gaiety, Se- hereby persons harboringor
was surprised. miramis rose from her elevated seat and trusting:: her on my account, for I will
love. I not I merely charm. WhenI I '
reign ,, Listen, said Semira lis. In two hours said not debts of her contracting.
pay! any
give an order you.are consulted before I hence let all the officers of the state come LEMUEL OTIS.
My lords, the treasurer of the empire
. em obeyed.1'And and offer me presents, as is the custom on Indian
Key, 25 July 1835
list ,
then think has read me a of those who this morning
to reign you so great a the accession of a new princess, and let a
have brought me their gifts! of NOTICE.
: congra
pleasure festival be prepared for this evening. Now
'Yes to one who never experienced it. let all depart. Let my faithful servant tulation 0:1.my joyful accession to the subscribers to the La Faycltc

And do you wish then to experience it.Would Ninus: alone remain. I have to consult throne. One grandee alone of the court THE Company arc notified that unless

....- you like to reign a few days in him affairs of state. has failed to bring his gift.1Who the whole amount of their: subscriptions are

i my place1'Take When upon all the rest had gone out_' You is it ?' cried Ninus. He must paid up by the 15th inst. their names will be i

care, 0, king! do not offer too see,' said Semiramis, that I know how to be punished severely. stricken from the list. By order, ,
much.1 the It is you yourself, my lord-Voa who J. W. SIMONTON, Agent. '
'No, 1 repeat it,!, said the captivated Ninuslaughed.queen. speak what have you given to the queen August 1, 1835. [35-31]

monarchy V"Would you like for one whole *My I bWitifol queen, said hcT; ty ou'glay? : this morning l' All persons having claims against the
.. Wwrreign-rniftress-- 1 Ninus rose, and came with a smiling
If yon would I consent to it. servant may dare to: question you,what you i countenance to whisper something in the them without delay! for payment.FORECLOSURE'OF .
'And all which command. then shall be ear of his queen. 'The queen is insultedby
f would do .with the orders you have- di executed her servant, exclaimed Semiramis.

Yes, I will. resign to you for one entire 'I should be no longer were I 'I embrace your knees to obtain my par NOTICE is hereby given to Lackland!

day, my power and my g.Idcn sceptre.' obliged to give account of queen, actions. don: Pardon me beautiful queen,' said he, Stone, that'a suit will l k:

And when shall this be ?*, Nevertheless this motive my I have 'pardon m .1 And he added in a lower instituted at the next (November) term of
r To-morrow, if you like.1 was my a tone,' '1 would this fete were finished.1 the Superior Court for tho Southern Districtof
to execute the three
vengeance against 'You,wish then that I should abdicate Florida, held the
*I'o you say to-merTPw: t1 officers whom these orders menace.1 upon mortgage by
I do,' said Semiramis; and let her head Vengeance and wherefore?' said Semiramis.: 'But no-I have still subscriber on two rots of ground lying and

fall upon the shoulder of the king, like a 'The first the of the citadel is two hours to reign, 'I pardon not,' said being within the limits of the town of Key
beautiful woman asking pardon For some and governor she, in a loud voice, 'such an insult on the West, and known on the map thereof }lots
one eyed frightens time I
1l caprice which has been yielded to. meet him ; the second, the every chief of the part of a slave. .Slave, prepare thyself to Nos. 2 and 3 in square 44.

The next morning, Semiramis called her slaves, I hate because he threatens me with die. M. R. F. EMERSON.

women,and commanded them to'dress her rivals the third, the general of the Silly child that thou art,' said Ninus, By her attorney in fact,
; ,
magnificently On her head she wore a deprives me too often of still on his knees, yet will I give way to WILLIAM A.WHITEHEAI):

i crown 'of precious stones, and appeared you are constantly in the camp.1;your company ; your folly ; but patience, thy reign will Key West, June 12, J835. [31-eotdml
before Ninus. Ninus, enchanted with her soon be over.* ,
This reply, i ia which caprice and flattery
beauty, ordered all the officers of the palaceto were mingled, enchanted Ninus. 'Good,' 'You will not then be angry,' said she, William H. Shaw, )-

assemble in the state chamber, and bis said laughing. Here are the three first in a whisper, at something I am goin,i to vs. In Attach

golden sceptre to be brought from the officers of the empire dismissed for sufficient order at this moment -S John Copland ExV of the ment.
treasury. He then entered the chamber very 'No said he. \ last will and Testament of 1
leading Semiramis by the, hand. All prostrated The gentlemen of the court now came to Slaves,' said she aloud, 'seize this man : J.K. Baron.
themselves before the aspect of the their -this Ninus.1 persons interested will take notice
present gifts to Some ALL
king, who conducted Semiramis to the precious stones others queen.of a lower rank Ninus, smiling, put himself into the the above suit has been commencfcT -
gave ,
throne, and seated her upon it. Then or flowers and fruits and the slaves having hands of the slaves. \ by attachment, and are notified to
the whole .rise he 'Take him of the lead to the declaration
dering assembly to announCed nothing to give, nothing but homage. out saloon, lead him filed herein.
to the court that they were to Among these last gave were three brothers into the court of the seraglio,prepare every A. GORDON, PttS. Atly.

obey, during the whole day, Semiramis as who had come from the young Caucasus thing$ .for his death,and wait i my orders. ..I April 25, 1835. [28-t2w] _
himself. So saying, he took up the golden 'The slaves obeyed, and Ninus followed
with Semiramis, and had rescued the caravan OTICE HEREBY GIVEN, 'I 1 hat
gceptreand placing it.is the hands, of Se- in which the women were from an them laughing, into the court of the scrag the books for receiving subscriptions

roimmis'Queensaid he, 'I commit ta enormous tiger. When they passed the lio. They passed by the head of the'dis-:. I to the Capital Stock of ,the SOUTHERN

emblem of sovereign power, take' throne. obeying eunuch. Then Semiramis placed 'LIKE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY
hind command with sovereign authority. herself on a balcony, Ninas had suffered will be of
A nd you,1 said she,to the three brothers, I opened at the office
All here are your slaves, and,I myself am have you no present to make to your his hands to be tied. Thoknas Douglas Esq. in the City of St.

nothing mort. has your servant for t! q ?' Hasten to the fortress, Zopire ; you to Augustine! on the second day of Novem

f whole of this- inxecuting? yourorderslet him be punished I the gates of the palace. .
from time
my life to defend her.1 kept open to time by adjournment
as if he had disobeyed.the commands I None other,' replied the second, Arta- These orders were given in a whisperand until! the whole of the Stock shall. be
I ban, 'than my sabre against her enemi .' immediately. subscribed, not exceeding thirty days.
Having thus spoken,tin king knelt down 'Beautiful queen, said Nimr laughing T LOT CLARK
None other, replied the third Assar,
Semiramis who
before gave him, with a. this
comedy only wants its denouncement ROBERT RAYMOND REID
than the respect and admiration which her ; ,
smile her hand to kiss. The
courtiers let it bo a '
I pray prompt one. THOMAS DOUGLAS.
then passed in succession each presence inspires.
making I
'I will
oath to.execute blindly the orders of Senu- I Ira 4 Alavcss'said Semiramis, 'it is you who said Semiramis. Slaves recollect Commissioner
the eunuch June
-strike! \20, 1835. 32-101
the have made the valuable of .
Us. When ceremony was finished, II me most present
i the king ,jnade her his compliments and I the whole court,and I will not be ungrateful. They struck. Ninus had hardly time to LEG CONVEYANCINGnYKIJfDEXECUTED

1 asked her how she had managed to go You who have offered me your sword against utter a cry, when his heal fell upon the OFRV WITH
through with jit with so grave and majesii- my enemies tako this order carry it to the pavement, the smile was still upon his lips.

cal .an air. general of the army encamped under the 'Now I am queen of Assyria exclaimed

*Whilst they were promising to obey me,' walls of Babylon, give it to him, and see Semiramis; 'and perish every one,like the APPMPTWESS,

Laid Secainuju, 'I was thinking what I what he will do for you. You have offeredme eunuch and like Ninus, who dare disobey ON

should.coranuod:: each of them to do. I your life for my defence, take this orderto my orders/ Or THE C .IRK Or THE ,SUPERIOR COCHT-

have but,one day of power, and I will employ the governor of the citadel,and see what

it well he will do for you? and you who offer me ELLEN MALLOKY i WE are authorized to. ($announce -
11.LEY \
The king laughed at this reply Semi- the respect and admiration which my pre vs. > In Attachment. WM. R.candidate

waif,appeared more,plquan1e and amiable sence inspires,take this order give it to the JOHN R. WESTERN.) r',r to represent, Esq. as Monroe a county

tbanprer, Let us soe,1 said he, f commandant of the slaves at the palace, LL those interested will take notice in then !:Xt Legislative Council of this T4r-

;wiUcontiaue: tour part By vhat hers and see what will be the result. that the said suit has boon cD1men- ritorr. March 24, 1835. [22te]

Will you Jrotary Never had Semiramis displayed so much .__? by attachment ia the Superior Court

Let \ of the King approach gaiety,80 much'folly, and so much grace, fur Monroe County, and are notified to A. WiU"'tEJICAD,

my throne aid Semiramis with a loudvoice. and never was Ninua so captivated. Nor the declaration filed herein. :.NOTARY PUBLIC.

were her charms I leasncd in his epee when, (30.3m3 A. GORDON Att> for PPflV CWTOM-Horsr, MASCH 17, 1835MB'1'motOGICAL -



The following reminds us of some of the I 2. It being a convenient touching place which afford neither! yfood? lOt water, nor '<

ci ummt. resolutions that are occasionally met within for all vessels bound to and from the Gulfof ) scarcely any kind"of vegetation, and have :1? l

the of Mexico, Bay of Honduras, and the coastsof the insuperable objection of.n" affording r,
KEY WEST FLORIDA : proceedings our own Legislature.Our Louisiana ..
and Florida. a sufficient area of land) on which to forma
Legislators )however have not the consideration As a Naval station, Key West has decidedly naval establishment of even a very limit '

ATUitpAYt, AIIGUST8.1835., cf those of.Ohio,but\tuivo the the advantage over all others I have ed extent. .

Partaking of the bounty of the Post office rules" and jam every thing : ItTtMA// ever known : ,* Nature appears to )hare formed it for a
1. In its susceptibility of fortification. place of deposit for tho of the turtle
have tggs
Department wily so fat as to a GAl.r.ANTKT OF Til: On 10 LKfirSLATUflE.At '
2. The ease and number its approacheswith and the lea, birds, and the art of rrfan: can 1
the late
of the
i monthly mail to and from Charleston, wo extraordinary session all winds. make very little more of it.
are certainly deserving of the attention resolution Legislature, the following preambleand 3. The difficulty of blockade, as I have Key West has been tried and is proved I '

necessary to insure its regularity. We Alexander were of Belmont offered for adoption bY'Ih. proved while in command of the Mexican to possess;all the advantages which are detirable '
county: squadron, it requiring a blockading force in'a naval depot and rendezvous i r
hare heard that our packet arrived at Whereas the marauders" and "desperadoes" -
equal to three or four times the force to ho It is proved that the only objection, insalu '
i Charleston on the 5th,July,(sbe should Lave of Michigan have insulted the flag blockaded, to keep up an efficient blockado. brity of climate, has no foundation in fact. I

,t left there on the lit July on her return to of Ohio, by tearing it down, affixing it to 4. The ease with which supplies may be Where then is the ncceosity'of making fur- n.
the tail of Gen. Brown's horse
of and drag thrown in, in despite of the presence of an thcrdiabursemcnts on useless experiment, 1
J tbis port,) considerably injured by a gale ging it through the streets ; and tho ladiesof ,. '
I enemy. when one has already beenmade; in Key \
wind which she had experienced but can Toledo volunteered their
; magnanimously ft. Abundance of wood and water, .., West, and has proved satisfactory 1 .' ,
I that the contract for the transmission services and mado new one ; therefore !
it be possible speaking of Key West as a naval station With great :
Resolved That respect I
the members of tub General \
I of the mail allows of its detention I have reference only as to its being Your ob't servant, '"

until the packet's repairs are completed 1 sum Assembly of one hundred be required dollars to out appropriatethe of their employed as a depot for stores, and a rendezvous DAVID
We hare understood that such is the case, private funds, for the purpose of purchasing' place for for the our establishment ships of war of; a but Navy'Yard even as a, On one account the above letter'is particularly .'

that! the contractors are only obliged to new-silk gowns for said ladies." / it has most decidedly the advantage over interesting. Every one'is aware

, employ one vessel, which is to perform the This resolution was-lost. ../' Pensacola, and every other place south of how much Key West bal suffered from the ;

regular monthly trips U wind and weather j The Foreign news of importance is the the Chesapeake. reports relative to iUunhealthfulncss, which
I. On account of the depth of water. have been'so
OUDe t'
Industriously circulated ( t
permitting, and that consequently they passage of the American Indemnity Bill ,
Pensacola and all the other places alludedto ded the
must be allowed time to recover from disasters by the French Peers just as reported by only admitting sloops of war, and these entirely on sickness experienced

arising through wind or weathdr." the Deputies, and a change in the Mexican not with safety-with the exception of the here by Com. Porter's forces. We have?

If this is so, we think the contractors have Government. The question explanations! Tortugas> which, although it has depth of in this letter the Commodore's own words'i
water sufficient is devoid of all other advantages tbe of the
proving injustice aspersions cast
weather side of the France
certainly got the Department to is thought by the northern papersto
for the of a Navy Yard.
I ; for,carry out the principle-suppose be placed at rest by the last official communication 2 Its.more central purpose situation, and facility upon the plage. We have taken the liberty ''

I this one vessel should in a gale be dismasted, of!Mr. Livingston to the French of communication with, and deriving all the of putting the passage in italics, and we I r

and otherwise injured so as'to be a perfect Minister, previous to his leaving Paris, as advantages by water of supplies from the would ask contemporaries in our h ttb-
northern and southern sections of union cities who publie'i
our l
ern so kindly thing
wreck but this communication has received
1. yet deserving repairs ; are the public "
vii from Louisiana and
: provisions spars that is
prejudicial to Key JFonceto
to remain without a mail until those of the President. It thus be-
i we repairs approbation live oak from the Floridas and Georgia, notice an article in itsjj'have a ii' they 4

i are receivedsay two or three months comes an indirect explanation, and becomes cordage, canvass, iron, gun-powder, shot, the dissemination; taint I ; ".;..--I f :

t We make these remarks in entire good therefore nearer the character of the satis &c. from the north. The distance from heart as we arc led to Ithcircomplianco. fPi. pUb / ,' x
. either short the time risk and : ;
being expease '
feeling towards all interested in the transmission faction desired by the French Ministers 4 .'. ''''1'y ,
of.furnishing them must necessarily
1 of the mail between Key West and than a direct one would. Admiral de Rigneysaid bo reduced in proportion. YOUNG E

I Charleston-and indeed we know not who .on presenting the Bill to the Peers! 3. Its salubrity of climate being equal in I love to forget ambitioni;, ,.f: j

t are the contractors; butwe think that there that thhy,were of'opinion the "satisfactionmust every'respect to that of New Providence, And hope in tile mingled tftgnt i ,
or any of the Bahamas. Of valley, and wood,and i mead6W
i are evident signs of faultiness somewhere I I.j' be offered in a manner' honorable to The malady! with which the naval force Where whilom my spirit caught f

which should if possible be removed.We both nation,." under my command for the suppression of Affection's holiest breathings';! +

.j' have had no regular mail since the V A new and entire change has taken placo piracy.wat afflicted, had itt origin in the ex Where under the skies with me' h

one which left Charleston on the 4th June in the Mexican Government. It is nolon, restive seventy of the duty performed and the t'' Young Rosalie roved-aye, drinking -
: total absence of every description of comfort.The ,. From joy's bright Caitaly.I r
) last. ger a republican Government.: It is a limited disease was contracted among the haunt '

1 By the U. S. Transport Schooner Motto, Monarchy, with Santa Anna at its head, of the pirate on the cods t'of Cuba, and not at think of the valley! and river,
and the Catholic is the established reU4SuAn ;\ generally supposed, of Key 'Pe,'. The old wood bright with blossoms ; .:
,t from Nassau N. P.
Capt. Armstrong pa- It has bcens nce proved, that during tho .'Of. the pure and cbastened gladnesl. "

pers have been received up to 25th July.- affray took place.off Matamoras in worst seasons the. inhabitants of-Key'West Upspringing in our bosoms; .' i :

They contain no news of importance. A have enjoyed as great a share of health as I think of the lonely turtle
June between the Mexican Schooner of i
collegiate institution is being formed by any other in the same parallel, and much So tongued with melancholy ; ., t,
War Montezuma and the U. S. Cutter Ing- more than of Pensacola, who have been And the hue of tho drooping moonlight t I F

which the instruction received by the youthof ham, Capt. Ezekiel Jones, cruising on the seriously afflicted with pestilence, and compelled And tho starlight pure and bol,. "

the Bahamas is expected to be much im coast of Mexico for the suppression of the I I', to abandon the town, while those of' I j
proved. Th 'r..teut. Governor has caused the I Key West and the Mexican'squadron there,' Of the beat of a heart most tender, *
slave trade-in consequence of the capture The sigh of a shells tiny lip, .k'
law of Florida preventing the introductionof have been entirely exempt from sickness.It .-
by the Montezuma of the American schr. I is found that the salubrity of Key West As soft as the land tones wandtrinf: *r
free blacks into the to be
Territory pub Martha., and tho imprisonment of her pas 1 improves yearly by the filling up of the For leagues over ocean deep ;
lished in the Government paper, in order The Montezuma was chased anddriven I' ponds, clearing the woods, and by adding Of a step as light in its falling ; j
that such persons may be aware of the penal sengers. .. to the comfort of those who reside there- On the breast of"tho beaded Ice, ,j
on sbore'and the prisoner era lit will' nqf be surprising if tohqjftd \teret.n.Ci.b t .f As the fall of the fairy moonlight ..
lies they.will likely to incur.by.,shippjogop
: tot Witds.feleped j4i s onseruebcq ss is ild'of \ CQmo a place pf,",resort to the inhabitants I On the teal of yen tulip tree.. w4
board wf traiTesself l 'The LegislativeCouncil l
the energetic conduct of Capt. J nel.' : of our !southern section during the e
has thus deprived our wreckers of 1 prevalence of the sickly seasons. I think of these and the murmur '

their most .useful seamen. KEY WEST." .X These facts and'opinions are stated afteran Of bird and katadyd, "

7 We have on two or three, occasions alluded experience of nearly seven years. Whoso home is the grave yard eyprjtM. t
By the arrival of the Cutter Washingto to tho importance of.our Island as a The advantages of its location as a mili Whose goblet the honey reed f ', lAnd ) I l1
Capt.RANDOLPH from St. Marks, northern tary and naval station has no equal except then I weep! for nOlalie'J j
Naval and Post from its
Military peculiar Has to her rest
Gibraltar gone early iJ
of various dates have been received]
papers location with respect to the Gulf of Mexico 1. It commands the outlet of all tho 11 ado And the green lipped reed and the daisy'" +' j

in town. The principle items of domestic' ,its vicinit to the West india Islands&c; from Jamaica, the Carribean Sea the Bay Suck sweets from her'maiden- -- breast.-

intelligence are as follows : I' and in continuation of out exertions to raiseit of Honduras, arid the Gulf of Mexico. NEWS 111't3Hlp
Chief Justice Marshall died in Philadelphia 2. It protects the outlet and inlet of all I-SI.! Tickler Mar-
in the estimation of those whose means ARRIVED-Augult. .
on the Gtb July. His remains were the,trade of the Gulf of Mexico, the whole ;tin,Havana, to'matter.' t
of obtaining correct information have been
western of Louisiana and Floridas. :
conveyed to Richmond and interred with country Aug 2-Sloop Brilliant, Egan, Reef. .
limited, we publish below a letter of Com. 3. It holds in subjection the trade of 4 cbr Blacksmith, Aldenlade, Tortu-"<
demonstration of Judge .
every respect. Porter, our present Charge d'Afi' irel at Cuba. gas, Molasses from wreck Schr. Galaxy and -
M. was in his GOth year. Constantinoplfr wrilten a short time after 4. It is a check to the naval forces of \Dye wood, to R W. Cu..aM. i i5Belgian

The Cholera is prevailing in several places whatever nation may possess Cuba. It is Barque Jean Key, Ruurdi..
his resignation of the command.of the Mex ;
to Cuba what Gibraltar is to Ceuta.It ''Havana, ballast, to F. A. Browne.U. .
on the OLio.Governor ican Squadron in these seas, in which the is to the Gulf'of Mexico, tic. what 8. Cutter Washington.,Randolph,St. ..

Eaton and lady were in Philadelphia advantages arising from the situation of Gibraltar, is to the'Mediterranean.X 'Mark,, and a cruise. .

about the 15th of July. The Tal- Key West are particularly pointed out. ( Among its advantages all a military position -> 6-U. S. Transport Schr. Motto, Arm- I
be enumerated abundance of
may an ,
lahassee Floridian of 18th in the letter has been before strong, Nassau. '
July, answer Although pub-
free stone for which con-
building, being a SAILZD-Aug. I-Sloop.rickler.Martiu. : ;
to our enquiry relative to the rumor circulating lished, we will not apologize to our readers crete of coral and shells il easily converted Havana. .

;, that the Governor does not intend for again presenting it to their notice', as into lime. The Island" is low, not being Sloop Fair American, Tillinghast, Hav

returning to Florida, says: we,deem it one of the most valuable testimonials more than fifteen or twenty feet above tbe ,ana. t ''J I ..
level of the ocean. The channel into the Loridonold'i
In reply to the above,we can only say, to the importance of tbd Island, inner harbor rims bold to its western part, } Sloop ke Loreto, Sawyer, New Tift&Co. '

that no such rumor prevails here. It is true that we possess, from the pen of one well which makes wharfs of construction. ,[copper byA.F. i i
easy 3 ,
I I -Sloop Spy, Glanders, Havana.
that Gov. Eaton is now spending his Bummer .:
acquainted with Key West and fully .com The'loil! is rich, being formed of a vegetable by F. AiBroirBe.t .
in Tennessee, but intends returning with sand and ': r
decomposition, *
here petent to judge of its susceptibility of improvement Sloop.Brllhant.Egan, ReeL 7I
this winter. We are informed that
shells. It all the and fruits
produces plants Sand .
A three-masted scbr. .KejQen :
he has written to a friend here, making inquiries as well as of the natural advantages ofthe with of Coffee paned
the exception ,
tropics, the eastward.
6th inst. bound to ; i. ;j "
after a tract of land in the vicinityof '$it and is therefore and Iodiaoi.y
& possesses yields abundantly. The Brig Tallahassee touched at t
Tallahassee,doubtless with the view of to the fullest credit. V-VMUj, V On the eastern part of toe Island is a very ; on the 5Id iuit. 18 days from St Marks ;
purchasing the same, and settling among extensive natural nit which from '
US'" CHESTER, Dec. 39; 1829 pond, bound to New York. "j'- *
I should judge, with a '
SIR In of every appearance SALEr'L
consequence your FLORIDA: LAND t\tt
-The venerable Gibbon tho hero be
moderate and might
Major capital enterprise, ,
of Islandor
to me for opinion Thompson's {
of'one of the forlorn hopes at Stoney Point Key West my I .have to state,in reply that made to vie with any of those in tbe Buts /, iPTnilE B undersigned having\fcutchased t
of General La the tdwrK.ahip
and ror Collector at Richmond since the 1823, I have from tune to \ Bahamas. Fafsyette.
many years year '
died at that time, been making myself acquainted with Stock of every description live and thrive 6f I Bind in Florida;grantedlo{ hate byVUte ,
23d June.
place ;
the Floridacoast and Keys_part of the well on the Island, without requiring any Congress of the''Unitlid. States., of&r. t
Mr and Mrs. Livingston,while at Washington time in command of the United 'States' care whatever, as has been abundantly proved the mme for sale. t 4

were the guests of the President. squadron, and subsequently in command of by thOse'wbicb IlmpOrted'on accountof This land issituated inane inVmedUtc '

The convention of North Carolina for the Mexican force in that quarter; and per Bahamas.the United States from Cuba and tho neighborhood of Talkh&ee l ,and.Is L 1i6'. ted
baps there is no man living better qualified
revising the State Constitution, have deter- than myself to'give an opinion on the iub- The thick growth of wood with which for fertility 6f ootl) and'Idcsl'idranie- :

mined that in electing officers of assembly ject, as my information is derived from actual the Island is covered, and which affords gee, to be'more' valuable than tnj 'other" 4.'

itahall be viva "oct. observation and practical experience. timber suitable for the construction of small land in'the Tcnit6rj, 'c oJ.- .

The harbor of Key Welt is, in my opine vessels, filled witb'deer and other game, TherSoouthirtestcrnpsrt of the township'Tadjoins +
A great number of accidents, as usual, ion, the best harbor within the limits of the I and the teas abound in the finest fish ja the/ the city of Taflahasseefrora which: T

occurred in the northern cities on the 4th United States, of.,its Territories, to the l world.. v j& point to tho snipping rt of SI. Marks;" ''

July. T. W. Migruder, midshipman in South of the Cbesapeake. TrTrnaldng this statement respecting Key distance of about twenty.miles, a rail'raid1;

the U. S. Army, was killed onboard a Revenue 1. For its easy access and egress at all West, I am actuated by no other feeling is in contemplation. to be made in a' e1XJrt
1 times and with all winds. than the desire that my country should DOt *' M
Cutter at Baltimore, by the dischargeof !. For the excellent and Interestedviews time. .
anchorage security by the prejudice, partialities,
of the !
a fowling piece. it affords both iij the inner and outer and errors of others, be induced to The navigation St., tu\fs1JiL\ et. :

Francis B. Lieutenant in the harbor for ships of the largest class;-leading lose sight of the great advantages it presents recently removed to a point rithra'6'roilot.
| to the harbor of Key West are several whether looked in a military ora.cont. of the Southeastern '11111'of the-.towriship, j
Revenue service, and attached to tho Cut excellent channels, which will afford for
some affording water mercial point of view. The naval rendezvous navigation a cheapand.
ter McLane, on tho Eastern station, has for the largest class of ships, the others suited has been removed froia Key Welt to certain transportation tor produce. !

:, been dismissed from the service by the Sec to the vessel drawing 10 and 11 feet Pensacola, enormous amounts 'have been I This land will'be '"'" in'parcels to wit, : r

t retary of tbe 1 reasury for neglect of duty water. expended on the fury yard of the;UU r, those wishing purchase,on i credit nom s''
The advantages which Key West affordsin and it U bond oosuited the for \
-four. It Enq to purpose five to eight years at reasonable price--* ,
!I a commercial point of view, are, which it was designed. Ate don U aw
At a recent celebration I. Its to the those wishing purchase will msk s ippg. ,
J in Kentucky, vicinity Island. of Cuba and making to' Cqhn a parch establishment :.1
one of the party wishing to bi particularly port of Havana, having ready market for the Insulated cluster land key called the cation to. either of the uqdew .

patriotic in bis cups,gave as toast, inten all articles placed there la depot tie or left Dry Ton ra,which may" easily be surrounded WM. B. NUTTAHECTORwr.BRADEN .
ded for tbe motto of the State''United we by the wreckers, of whom this is tie ren blt small eptmy's farce exposed to J

stand provided wa fall." dental of those on the coat. ::hit canoed" 'without cetarfsf the harbor WILLIAM P. CILUU.TSfv .

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the news pf the day, barb Foreign and artificial resources of the country, illustrated Cooper| executed on steel, and a chaste dom fail when they happen to he drunk,or

and Domestic. > '
,Inaccordanbo with custom the publish.ers BOSTON BEWICK CO. contents will be various and spirited, And, God be thanked! there hardly happens

will proceed in a very brief manner, to No 47 Court Street. making an elegant paper for the parlor, and a duel in a year which may not be imputed

lay before the public an analysis of the planon 03 Editors of Newspapers throughoutthe for the lover of polite literature, as contributions to one of these three motives. Upon which

Mliich the Gazette will be conducted. United States, who will) publish the will be secured from some of the account I should be exceedingly sorry ((0

They will endeavor steadily to keep in foregoing Prospectus, and notice the con- most popular American authors. find the Legislature make any new l laws

view the landmarks of the Constitution of tents of the Magazine from time to time, The work will be printed as well, and against the practice of duelling, because

the United, States, by which they hope to shall be entitled to the first volume. contain as much reading matter as any the methods are easy and many for a wise;

f steer, their course aright. As moderationand Any person remitting the Agent, by mail, similar! quarto paper now published in the man to avoid a quarrel with honor, or engage .
firjnness: will 1 be our motto, we will be Ten Dollars shalj United States and in it with innocence. And 1
post paid, receive six ; it can safely and truly I can ills.!
slow to brand with heresy, those politicians copies for one v ear-and continued as longas besjalled the cheapest journal of 'the kind. cover no political evil in suffering bullies

,t who may honestly differ in opinion fromus. the money is regularly forwarded.A To Boston: and to Massachusetts in parti tr. sharpers and rakes, to rid I the world of rack

It is our )design' fairly to report the liberal price will be paid for appropriate cular, and to New England, the publisher other by a method of their own, whore the|
passing! politic news of the day; the political looks for law hath been able find
1 and well written articles, or drawings, patronage not to an c.\pcdi-
views that we may nave occasion to illustrative of national subjects, possessing TERMS-Three dollars per annum,if paidin cnt.-Swift.
advocate shall be discussed
dispassionately: interest. Subscriptions received at this advance-four dollars if not paid until
BO far.as .wo are concerned<< ; and we hopeour There is named Porter
the of
office. expiration the 'car-twC'i dollars for a man now living
l' menus wno may favor us WJIH communications six months, to bo paid in advance. in Portland nt>ar this place, who is even
will ,observe the rule otherwise
same ,
feet three inches and three
I will be In the observance A monthly Magazine Tales Any person procuring five subscribersand quarters high. :
,they rejected. ,
At the of he
the for the willbe eighteen !
remitting money snmu ago was a small!
and selected :Moral and Scien-
I of.this course, we shall act with strict original ,
entitled He is about
to a sixth now ono nnd
copy gratis. twenty is not
tific from the best yet
Essays Poetry
impartiality authors -
: Orders, with the payment', sh.,uld be sent grown. Ho followed his trydo (thatf a
tp'iltt aSTiaaim the ofLadies'
'It Quarterly
of the ,
> publishers tot representation
immediately. If desire to scciuethe cooper) until he became too tall to
any person reach
Fashions in Philadelphia
render ,trans all the satisfactionbearing adopted
back numbers, a. few seas of which hogshead, when standing erect; or, till Ins
it -colored. Music of the
they 2g mind the
; remain hand be made hand became too large to
on application must pass throng! the
oJd a' Would' please every bodyt styles, &c. &c. immediately. smaller kegs At this rate he
may one day
willn. .. 0 Published regularly on the first day of every Boston! Nov. 1834.PROSPECTUS bo obliged: to kneel down to
however get into\
peep :
1 ii: ; : a design to. pursue month by Louis A. GODEY, at JVb. 3, a martin box-Louiscille Journal. ,

U IframmeUr.d by the shackles of Athenian Buildings, Franklin. Place, OF THE EXTRA .
tiny t!!!p .we would not be, understood as Philadelphia. GLOBE. In England it is very common for the
' t bemg! nndiffc ent to the importance of cor- Embellished with a beautiful and extensive THE undersigned propose to issue:: the indigent sons of noblemen to

',i'rice lea. They wish however 'dis- variety of engravings, from original first number of a new series of the Extra daughter of some wealthy merchant marry 'the

tlncU Rave," it known, that they will nei- and selected designs, both colored and Globe, on Monday, the 25th of May next, is flattered with the idea of who his

dier, lead the van nor follow the train of plain, with two engraved title pages, and and to publish it weekly for six months, daughter elevated to thq rank of seeing

Designing Political Intriguers, who are men two distinct indexes, (intended to perfect making 26 numbers; the last to contain an and .I hDaring: her called nobil.ty,ad.nAllJng ,
"my .
of principle proportion to their interest. separate volumes in the year,}also, a choice Index to the,whole. It \\ill be printed on the Americans
': Several columns of the Gazette collection of Music, original and selected an analayous feeling
will be fine double-royal pap\ r, made up in quarto exists in regard to ihe members of the
apprppriated to Essays of a moral and miscellaneous arranged for the piano or guitar, with near fortnyjike Extra and Congressional Globes professions. The majority of
:\ ) character, under the head of ly 600 pages large octavo letter press, and published by us last year The 26 num-
men having no too often
"Reading for only THREE DOLLAUS.PER ANNUM. property, give
Saturday Evening. bers contain 416 quarto royal pages their hearts in for the
empty exchange full
: The publishers are fully aware of the Each numbe riff this periodical contains It will contain the principal original ar of heiresses
" difficulty of their undertaking, but placegreat'reliance 48 pages of extra royal octavo letterpress, tides of the Daily and Semi-Weekly Globes, purses are somewhat pretty Clattered: with, the idea patents of

t ) on the public liberality, and printed with clear,new,and beautiful type, notices of the public meetings, the elections, hearing their daughter dignified by ,the title
believe that a diligent attention (arranged after the of the
to business, manner London and public proceedings in every State in the of the Reverend Mrs. So-and-so the11''
and a zealous effort to serve the public,will I "La, Belle Assemblee,") on paper of the Union, in relation to the canvass for the of or -:
Squire Quitclaim the of Doctor
M secure to themselves a liberal share of 'pat. finest texture and whitest color. It is embellished next Presidency-a contest which the indication Pillgarlic &c. '&c.NORVAL'S or lady
ronage. with splendid Engravings on Cop- of the present; year will go far to '
1 The City of Tallahassee being located per and Steel, executed by artists of the decide. --c.c:>- ,

in the centre of Florida, and surrounded highest skill and distinction,and embracing The first number will contain the proceedings who ACCOCNT or HIMSELF.

by many natural advantages, possessing in every variety i of subjects-Among' theseare I of the Democratic National Con- wagoner, passed through tins place

given space aroand ,its centre, a larger tl ustrahon9of 'Popular Legend, Romantic 'veriliou, to be held nt' altimore on the 20th some time since, on being asked.. white he
; population than that of any other portion Incidents,_ Attractive Scenery and of next month. An excellent/ Reporter' was from, gave the following answers !

' of the Territory within the same limits, has portraits of Illustrious) Females. The number already been engaged to report the Prrf- am from Cowherd-hill, at Oxfoed of Yrai).

but one weekly newspaper. In addition commencing each quarter contains a ceedingsof the Convention,and t theSpefctt:- ing branch which runs thiouyh Calf incatiow; ,

to'this there are many valuable sections of picture of the existing Philadelphia Fashi cs which may be made on the occasion. agd empties into Heifer prongofSttcr,

country, which 'we doubt not, will soon be ons, designed, engraved and colored ex- We request the favor of those friends to near Bnllsborong'i/ Cmveta county,Uroijia. -
brought into cultivation should pressly for this work < My name i is Stockton' -was hum fm
present by competent persons whom this prospectus may be sent, to cir-
prices of, the 'gre t staple of the country bemaintained specially engaged for that purpose. The culate it, for the purpose of obtaining sub Elk river-brought up in Caltlebnry, Kentucky

; which must considerably aug Embellishments of this charier which have scribers. A copy of tho work will be sent ; and 1 can yoke sin ox, break a steer,
ment.the in former tame a bull, or chase a. butTalo equal to a
population of the Territory. appeared numbers,are confessedly to the newspapers that copy this Prospectus .
,From the considerations slated above, superior to any which have been furnished Subscribers should forward their prairie hunter, find skin any man opposed
we have no hesitation'in in other similar American to Jackson. -Georgian! A /lC11ia.a .
believing that we any publica in time to reach us before ,the 25th of May.

may with confidence, rely for complete tion, and from the arrangements which have If! they do not, we may not be able to finnish
success 9f-our undertaking on the support been made, there is every reason to believe them with all the numbers ; becausethe Moral Philosophy makes: the honest man;

ef generous public.ColmrrtolU.The". they will be i improved in the coming vol' work is put at so low a price, that we National Philosophy, tho! ungenerous inuit;
Tallahassee Gazette umes. In addition( to, the several: Embellishments cannot afford to re-print numbers that History, tho man of experience ; Poetry
and General Advertiser" wilbe, publiShedon just referred to, every number may be exhausted the man of wit ; Rhetoric( the cloqufnt

.a' super royal sheet, at four dollars perannum contains several Engravings on wood re- '!'Eras-One dollar per ,in advance man;, polite learning sheds diffusive grace
':payable' in advance presenting foreign and native and ornament upon all kinds of !literature ;
or on delivery scenes, curio Eleven copies will be furnished for ten dol
of the first dumber. Four dollars ous and the knowledge of the world constitutes the
and fit interesting subjects,natural history, lars;, twenty-two copies for dollars
cants if paid after the twenty intelligent man the .study of the sacred
ty expiration of six Entomology,Conchology, Humerous Incidents and so on m proportion.The ;
months, or five dollars: if paid at the close Ornamental, Productions, Embroide. i price of this paper is so low, that pages forms a good man; but all those must t
of the other go together to make the perfect complete
year. ry/and needle work, Riding, Dancing we cannot afford to open accounts with
No subscription will be received for a less &c., besides one 'or more pieces of those who subscribe for it. Therefore gentleman. .
term than one year, and the paper will not popular Music, arranged for tho Piano or attention will be paid to order unless --o+go..; i
be discontinued without orders until all arrearages Guitar. ,_ the money accompanies it.BLAIR any. Am GuA young gentleman of Cincinnati

'are paid.: Every six numbers of the work form an I Jb RIVES. has nearly completed tin air gun,

The first, number will be issued during elegant volusie suitable for binding and i Washington, April 8, 1835.ANECDOTE. which he thinks \vill .supercccd all other

the ensuing summer or early in the fall.- with these' are furnished gratuitous a su ,___._ guns ; it is so constructed! that by turninga ;
Communications addressed to the publish. perbly engraved title page and a general --u crank, which .earn be Jone by a boy, it
ers must be post paid. index of contents. pThe terms of! the .-In the days of the revolution will discharge sixty balls per minute, and
.- JOHN BALDWIN. Lady's Book are three dollars in advance there was an old lady who occasionally! that with a force of one hundred and thirty

DAVID SHEFFER. Persons remitting Ten Dollars shall be en- Ottr/ained man and beast" rernarkablo pounds on each ball, which is douhlo the

Tallahassee, April 17; 1835. titled to four copies of the work. Persons for her unfeeling covetousness.-One day force on a. rifle ball; the balls are placed in
remitting Fifteen' Dollars shall be entitledto a weary and famished soldier called at her a funnel on tho top of the gun, from which
GREAT"NAnONAL.VORK.. six copies of the work, and additional 'house and asked for refreshment-his ap they run in as fast as they are disclmicd.

A OAHM.AGAZIH : copies of the best engravings. Persons pearanco indicated extreme poverty, the old On the same principle he intends to invent
and lady thought his means not adequate to remunerate a musket which b& handled with
Ofwful Etakriai a Knowledge,toe procuring Ten Kew Subscribers, and for- can as
her fora
illustrated by ntpierbes Engravings. warding the cash for the same, besides a very simple repast, so much ease as the common muskets, and
discount of fifteen placed before him a dish of hones which be no I heavier and on tile
STf; .THE BOSTON BtWICR per cent., shall be pre looked ; same
COMPANY as though had
they been
Tbeuccese which.has sented with a copy of the third volume of pretty faith of any size can be discharged by any
_=__..=__ _" _L_ L__ ...attended_ _the pub. the work superbly bound. fully picked before,and left her son to settle person.
uyauvu o. lUG uw, magazines from the with the soldier, when 'ho hid finished their .

English .Press, has led to preparations for BOSTON PEARL, AND LITERARY second examination. The boy, pitying the "Mat way, gentlemen," once cried a
issuing periodical more traveller and
particularly adap GAZETTE. willing to give "hU parent reproof Massachusetts
ted the wants and taste of the for her representative, to the populace
to American
ISAAC C. PRAY, EDITOR parsimony,told his guest,upon \\'hofere crowding him out of hi*
public. While it will be the object of the r HE ninth number of the Fourth rising from the table, that he was welcome place in the election day,
proprietors to make the work to what he l had procession, on .
strictly what eaten
Volume and
was issued at Boston Mass made him a "make ot
present we the
way ore representatives
its title indicates, ;it will, nevertheless, contai ovSaturday, Nov. 8, I8t4. The work into the bargain. In a short time the the people." Make 'yourself.;, replied -
all articles of interest to its will be mother returned when way
patrons her
published each son
which weekly, number inquired- a sturdy member of the throng, *' "care
appear in foreign Magazines. Mother how much .
containing eight large quarto pages: --equal was it worth to pick the people themselves*
Extensive preparations have, been enter- to sixty duodecimo pages-of miscellaneous : those old bones?" A shilling ray dear

ed into, both with artists and Authors, to and original matter,printed on superior h I thought so," replied- the !boy, a and I DIES
furnish, from all parts of the Union, draw. white paper with perfectly new type. A gave the old soldier a.shilling for doing it: A HINT FOR ZitsFL .-It was satin d

ings,and illustrations of every subject of handsome title page and correct index will -0+0- a discourse recently delivered before tht:

interest, which the publishers confidently be furnished, and the work at the end of "Who writ members of the American Institute, that:
believe will enable them to issue a work the year, will form an excellently printed gentleman of Shakspeare, asked a litera. there were annually consumed in the United

honorable to its title and acceptable to the volume of four hundred and sixteen ry few equally)' intelligent;: la* Stales: more silk,than all (he wheat, corn
dy a days since "
pages, *
American People. equal to three thousand duodecilDQ'page astonished blue Why, cried the rye, oats, flaxseed, biscuit, potatoes, and

The American Magazine is published The volume will contain: twenty-six her hands: ," dont stocking} elevating both hops, which are exported, will pay for, IV.
monthly- -each numbereontaining you know? 1 am surprised nearly two millions dollars Think "1
between pieces of music for the Piano Forte, Flute Twas Miss of
forty and fifty imperial octavo pages,at Two &c., equal to one hundred of common i>o tell olbng! : you ninny you." this, ladies, and beware how you extend the
Dollam per annum,payable in advance sheet music, which could not be purchased it was hiss Signourey." ,always thought dimensions ol your sleeves, or \\8 shall: be
obliged to add cotton to the appallingI list


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