Key West enquirer
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00049046/00037
 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 15, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00049046:00037

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and in addition to the many writers who 1

) urdsy TIIEEN morning-lU1REliisl'ublished. at FIVE! DOLLARS every: Sots pert z-B. I haro: favored us with, articles during the

past: year, and whose essays will continueto

anDum.ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of enrich our columns,wehave..the promise

One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of of assistance from others whose names arc h
fifteen lines,) for the first insertion', and ._QUla.B. already well known to their countrymen. i

Seventv-Five Cents for each subsequent Wo do not parade ,the name,as is die fashion I!
will be
All Advertisements
continuance. of some; but wo confidently appeal to ./
otherwise ordered. None
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be considered less than a square. tho experience i of the past year as affording,
will "
No subscription will be discontinued an earnest of our zealous, untiring, and we .
(unless(rgT"; at the option of the Editor,) until all .-- ---- trust not altogether unsuccessful exertions, I
arrears arc paid. VOL I. KEY WEST: SATURDAY, AUGUST 13: .83:;. NO. 37. to render the l literary character of the New

All letters to the' Editor on business, Yorker inferior to that of journal of its

must be Post Paid. Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, throughout the whole length and breadth ot class in this country. i
:: -- Composing Sticks, Brass Galleys, Imposing the United States.In II. Politkalln1tll gtftCt.n this department
R"E.: WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR, Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, this view they have secured new aid alone docs the Nc'w-Yorker pro-
ESPECTFULLY Inform the Printersof Standing Presses, Furniture, together with in the editorial department. The late edi ,
the United States, to whom tbey have sent an anomaly in the historyjof the news .
a complete assortment of all articles used tor of the Juvenile Rambler, who in addi-
long been individually known as established in a Printing Office will be kept constantlyon tion to his qualifications as a writer for the paper press of the Union. Our plan embraces ':
Letter Founders, that they have now formed hand. young, has tho advantage of many years experience the collection of every important '

i V a co-partnership in said business, and Small fonts, suitable for Bookbinders, as a teacher, will henceforth assist item of political intelligence-wi!:atcvcr be '
hope from tlieirunited skill and experience, in great variety, may be had when called in conducting it. its character: and bearing-in the languageof :
to be able to give full satisfaction to all who for. We propose to present in the progress ef historical record, and with (the strictest'

may favor them with orders. Orders from all parts of the Union will be such volume,a great variety of interesting regard to the preservation of an -
The introduction of machinery in place promptly and most carefully attended to, important topics, among 'which are the following neutrality between the unquestioned (
of tho tedious and unhealthy practice of and particularly in supplying SORTS for all : contending
casting type by hand, long a desideratum by fonts furnished by their predecessors, Bin I. Natural History,of beasts, birds, fish. parties, opinions and sectional divisions

i the European and American Founders,was, ny & Ronaldson, and Richard Itonaldson. es, reptiles, insects, plants, flowers, trees, existing in I he country. The Editor relcra'
by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure Stereotyping all its branches,executedby the human frame,&c. with a proud satisfaction to the fact, that
of time and money, on the part of our L. Johnson, as heretofore. H.. Biography ; especially for the young. throughout tho past year, he has presenteda
senior partner, first successfully accomplish JOHNSON & SMITH. III. Geography; accounts places,man- minute and circumstantial acconnt of all
: t ed. Extensive use of the machine cast let No. 6, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. ners, customs &c. tie elections whichxhavc! taken place iruhe r
ter, has fully tested and establisbed its superiority ()fc Publishers of Newspapers who insert IV. Travels and Voyages ; in various several States,during nn eminently ardent ,
in every particular, over that cast this advertisement, and forward a paper parts of the world.V. \
and excited canvass without ,
by the old process. containing it to J. & S. will be entitled to Lively descriptions of the curiosities i oncoincurring. "
The Letter Foundry business will here $3, payable in settlement of their accounts of nature and art ; in each of the United the censure or even the exception of any \n'

after be carried on by the pasties before when their bills amount to not less than$10.J.&S. States, and in other countries.VI. political journal. Andwhilo ho ,reservesto ;.
named under the firm of White,Ilagar&co. himself the '
Lessons on objects that daily surround right of'commenting;briefly
Their specimen exhibits a complete series children in the parlor, nursery, gar but freely on the.topics of the day, And of,
s from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book den,&c Accounts of trades and such .
CHEAP,VAtUABtrAND INTERESTIXG WOUK employ offering suggestions as the aspects cf
and News and type being in the most modern' ,The Family Physician and Gazette Hit menu. the times may seem to require,he yet holds 1

light White, style.Hagar & Co. are agents for the man Life. VII. Particular duties of the young; to himself pledged thatsuch remarks shall not ,

sale of the Smith and Rust printing Presses Being a Library of Health and Hygcnie, parents, teachers, brothers sisters, &c. interfere, in any material degree,with the .'.fi

which they can furnish to their customers and of Popular and General Medical VIII. Bible lessons and stories. views, the doctrines or the prospects of any ".

at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, Knowledge, rendered familiar to every IX. Narratives ; such as arc well authenticated -. political party. lie cherishes the confident. 7;

Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every individual: embracing every subject con original tales. expeetattottthat the files of the Ne\V-Yorker ,
article used in the Printing Business, kept nected with the prevention, treatment, X. Parables, fables,and proverbs,where will hereafter! referred to for the trutho
t for sale,and furnished on the !shortest! no and cure of diseases-the qualities of the morals is obvious and excellent.XI. .
medicines-their good and ill effects on ? any controverted statement regarding
tice. Old taken in for
exchange new
at 9 cents per type pound.N. health-the ingredients of secret or pat pacity. and Poetry feelings.XII. ; adapted. to the,.youthful ca- the results of elections, &c. &c. since its i:

B. Newspaper Proprietors who give ent medicines-the true principles of eating establishment, with mutual deference and f!
Intelligence ; embracing accounts
tbe above three insertions, will be entitled and drinking, eating and drinkingto of Juvenile books, societies, andremarkable with entire conviction of absolute certainty. 1 j
to Five Dollars in such articles as they may live-domestic cookery- chemistry occurrences. Q III. Gencrallnteilr'gcnce.-rConsistingof fJ

i select from our specimen. and a great variety of curious, valuable, I Many of these subjects will be illustrated Foreign and Domestic News,Literary items, i I
interesting knowledge,of the
,; New York, 1833. highest and beautiful Statistics Brief Notices
importance to all, and hitherto hidden by numerous engravings, prepared of tho Drama,&c. s
i Ji NEW YORK TYPE FOUN- from the mass of mankind. by the best artists,and selected witha However it may be the fortune of othersto 't
i BRUGES The subscribers respectfully view not only to adorn the work, but to obtain tho confidence and patronage of

.J inform the printers,that they have recently ,Contributed toby Physicians.a number of.practising improve the taste, cultivate the mind, and the public,on tho credit of prospective improvements
,; completed a variety new fonts of letter raise the affections of the youth to appropriate .
and future excellence the
The object this work is to present eve- publishers
object Wo would
t in the of the latest worthy
style European specimens
,well calculated for ornamental printing ry subject connected with diseases and its make them better children,better brothers, ( are content to rest ''their claims to

r1 or sasteful display,and making an assortment treatment, which, by its simplicity and per. better sisters, better pupils, better associates public consideration distinctly on what
of Printing Types unrivalled in spicuity its details,shall enable all who and, in the end, better citizens. they have already acdomplishodand rcspcctr

beauty,extent and variety. A book ofirecimens wish, to be thoroughly and informed sciences.in this most We beg the friends of education, especially fully invite the patrons of American literal
interesting important
may be obtained at the Foundry, l parents and teachers, to view the ture to examine their journal and judgf ,
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No. 13, Chambers street, near Chatham st. all ranks of society need not beinsistddup' matter in this light. Let children 'look up- what it will be from what it is.. _,
fromTwelve Line .n the pictures, not pictures merely ; '
It contains specimens
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Son, since they must suggest themselves to but let them be taught to study them. What no periodicalof
.tt4 k'to Pearlcomprisingforms every reflecting mind. Under the influence like character for originality and variety
45 of Roman Caps. with 1. case. can be more rich valuable materials for instructive
of the diffusion sound medical know of literary contents
35 do Italic do dodo lessons than a good engraving? ,
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5 do title Italic 'do ad* disarmed of the dangerous weapons with and purposes, we ask the cooperationof has over been attempted in "this
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of man; the abusive employment of medicines aid us by influence in this work
do your great dollars
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the writer the best (hot exceed-
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editor in
directed, post paid, to the all of I lIeslre'lo continue the Magazine
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GEORGE BRUCE, & Co. scriben to commence with No. 1. States, free of postage, ten copies to one NEWENGLANDCHRONICLE, ,, F
address for tea dollars remitted to with.
New York. ***The editor has great pleasure being out cost LILLY, WAIT & CO. is not to be, considered. anew
(Orders for tIle above Foundry will be able to announce the approbation of many Boston, Feb. 15. THIS nor an-addition to tho
attended to immediately if sent to eminent medical gentlemen to the plan of
I publications oCUhc, day it'is
newspaper ;
A. E. MILLER. this publicatioQ TilE NEW-YORKER; "
established Ute
No. 4 Broad-st. Charleston, S.C. to supply YltlD 44
May 23 PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. I On Saturday the 21st of March, will be ed by the auspenaiop/of the Indepemdcra '

Circular to Parents,Teachers hool Committees I issued the first number of the second volume Journal, and will'pursue tho,same course,

H AVINGPurcbase4al: JnY.;, and all who feel an'interest in the I of THE NEW-YORKER; and tho pub. support the same republicanrprinciptes

(1UCHARD improvement of youth. lishers trust this early announcement will at all times bo a faithful sentinel 60 the
RONALDSON his lord ettablUl.ed' and is not quite a year since Parley's Magazine I attract the seasonable attention of all those watcJi.tower"r:: freedom We cow unfurl tour
extensive Typo JPoUadfj,the subscribers was commenced,during that short
very who choose.Jo their subs'scriptions :
I may commence .Flag of our Country-to
have formed k >par ncT hip for the period the number subscribers Lave increased :
purpose of continuing safd business,and for to 20,000, and the work Las received at that time. the breeze, and ask for our' humble sheet i

the convenience: of toelr.'friends and pat cery"bere, the most unqualified ap THE NEW-YOBKEX will continue preserve the patronage of a generous and enlightened -
tons,have removed tUe4 eUbli.hroent to a probation. It Las found its way to thousands I the general character which has thus public. .
more central part GrtL dtr.. As it is their of families, and while it has entered I far secured it the approval of a steadily and The experience we.hare.had induces us

intention to keep OB hani.good assortment the social circle, its unobtrusive lessons rapidly increasing patronage a popularity to I believe that the Chronicle will meet the

d of the best type, and to make such additions have, we trust, often Lad a salutary influence commensurate with the sphere of its views and wishes of its friends,and for late
f and the taste of the trade on the juvenile mind and heart. It .
improvements .
circulation The peculiarities of its moral and
; ; plan and important news, religious ,
I has also found its to the school
and the wants of the country require, they way room { I -
were adopted after much reflection and historical events &c. will not
i flatter themselves that this establishment and many classes of pupils Lave been cheer. ; we miscellany, ,
will merit a large share of patronage. They ed twice a month by the welcome voice of I have not learned that its prominent features be surpassed! by any other journal in New
have now several fonts on hand, which can the teacher bidding them to lay aside, for a have failed in a single point to receive the England. Our whole time will be devoted '" i

be furnished at a few hours notice, and area few days, the class book which they Lave approbation of' its patrons and the public. to the paper, and DO exertions spared to

prepared to make- fonts-ol all weights and read over and over, perhaps twenty times, The paper will continue to be arranged as make i it all we speak of. it. As it t t* not
sizes, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, including and read the pages of Parley's Magazine.The .- follows: a practice with us to prombo too largely,

a great variety of Ornamental Letter.- demand for the work, to be used in I. Literacy Department'-Embracing:: the and more than we intend to fulfil,W 9 "'all
Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes, Grass schools, is rapidly increasing. whole outer form and submit claims of tho
ol the paper, pro- our for ,Shp"pai7ge
Rule, and other ornaments will be found tot Encouraged by such unexampled success,
be very extensive of which specimens will the 'publishers Lave resolved to render it un Dgtwelvo ample cuJumnot Reviewsof public without'enlarging. uppn" what we ,

be forwarded to Printers as soon as they still more worthy of so liberal a patronage New' PublicationsOriginal and Selected have already said rTliomaston 1'
can b and not to remit their exertions they see I Taies: ,Essays, Poems Anecdotes, & -. &e. HAMLETT BATES:

r.. 4ig.. .react Yff i y description, it introduced into families and schools, TOO original contribution-'tcrthj, depart Me., May, 1836. '


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1'011835 They f..sfrum the village: ,%**eagerly slill a true Yankee* look out when Hint word
SafiOtOClCAL TABUS She turns and looks back from the brow of ,< considerable" is poping into your mouth.

AT THE CUSTOM HOUSE KEY WEST.. the hill t Any body can talk common sense, but P
FROM THE JOURNALKEPT She sees the white cottage-the gardens the few can talk nonsense well. This may strikea

I J_ made- be. reader as usingular remark, but let us cx-
And she thinks of her lOfer, baDdoned.
II J.dI. thl Daily rang'N 'Raid nJ."_ID I trayed. amino it. Common sense conversation on r

.. 1"- ,MOr_ i L.\I -' ." common sense matters is the gift of every
-IONTII.. 'S : .J \\5' q n9 i But who, with, 'arms folded,hath lingered so body, with any intellect at all-of any man:
V .I .. I l a I I d days. .. I .tit,. I so long not an idiot or net insane. Every body is
J I 9 6 a' 00 H To catch the procession, apart from the ,ever talking common sense, and so it be-

<:< 8,049 I 6''" I 1,400 throng 1 comes familiar just as every body can talk of
.68',881 6,50 14,50 u
'Tis be tho forsaken! The false one
January. 80,50 54,60 / _65,36 34,50 16,00 2,00 9,187 0 2 0,000 religion and politic,who: can talk of nothingelse.
February. 1t,50 45,00 0 I 0050 '. gone- But skilful graceful elegant
20,00 13,75 1,00 9,093 nonsense
Marcb. 81,50 3,59 7',161 lIe turns to his desolate d"GlIiogalonc :
76,487 30,7b 13,60 5,00 8,991 I 2 .;150ftfay. demands education,wit, wisdom. How few
AprU.. 86,50 55,75 But happier there, than the doom that
79,175 16,75 11,50 5,75 9,409 2 6. 3,610 can'trifle gracefully!
. 86,15' 10O( awaits
.t 1',50 /,80,977 16,00 11,50 4,50 8,596 I 12' 3,150 The bride who must smile on a being she '
June. .. 89.50 15,7512,00 7,00 8,917 3 I 12 3,1Z5G if I wero a. preacher, I would say more
73,75.82,4.9J_ hates
July. ; 89.50 : than many of them do, of the use and necessity -
of religion in the world
even for
The Thermometers are RVTR aronD's self Registering horizontal thermomc. worldly use. How necessary religion is fora
l State. If I were an infidel, would lock
tars," kept within doors, but ;in a free circulation of air during the night as well as the My son not a tear shall be shed, the foul spirit in my own bosom. Religion r
Though heart be as dark as thy :
my grave purifies the feelings and temper of a man
T&weep would dishonor the deaa- and lifts him far above ordinary mortals
day. mall
For Greece hath no tears for the brave !

.... ... his conceptions.-William Wirt always
appeared more than mortal, though I do believe .
In thy fall thou bast triumph'd my son .
i REWARD)! LEGAL And all Sparta has conquered with thee ; the world over rate Ins talents-an J
$100 WITHPROMPTNESS I The race of thy glory is run- for this reason they so much love the purityof :

But thy country, thy country is free! the man. Religion is every thing \to a

. I SCAPED from the Jail of Monroo ,I woman A woman never appears so Iculy
County,.Southern District of Florprisonetby When thy hand gave thy father his shieldAs I as when she is at prayer?. A mother's word,
of JAMES S ON APPLICATION AT THE OFFICEor he left his last kiss on thy brow, 1
the '
name mother's have
a.a a prayers more sway over the
: He said "I go forth to the field, :
SIMONDS, who was committed to my THE CLERK: OF THE' SUPERIOR COURT. But for Greece and for glory live thou son than all the homilies of the pulpit. The

custody on three indictments found by the: FLORIDA LAND FOR SALE. simplest phrases from her will draw a tear

I grand jury of said County, on the several FTP!HE undersigned having purchased Yet if Hellas her hero should claim, that no eloquence can bring forth.

$ charges of murder, piracy, and larceny, I of General La Fafayette, the township Oh t remember thy breast is her wall" In the north they think an orator is mad,

i and made his escape by means of false of land in Florida, granted to him by He. said-and he went to his fame- who is lively,enthusiastic, daring. In the

,)I keys on the night of the 14th inst. He is the Congress of the United States, offer lIe fell-as a Spartan should fall South, this is eloquence,and their southern:

i a native of New Hartford, (Conn.) a mari the same for sale. And when had bro't strength to thine eloquence freezes and chills. A ridiculousidea
ner,and has been for several years in command This land is situated in the immediatoneighborhood arm, was that of the southerner. ,who could .
of trading and wrecking vessels, and of Tallahassee,and is believed And I gave thee the sword of tic slain,' not listen to Daniel .Webster because he

at one time commanded the 8chr. Lydia of for fertility of soil and local advanta. 1 felt not a moment's alarm- was so stupid-md just as ridiculous that

Philadelphia. He is about thirty years of ges, to be more valuable than any other But I armed thee myself for the plain.As of 'him, who calls McDuffie crazy because

r age,five feet five or six inches high has a land in the Territory he raves and thumps a little at times. &t
down cast guilty look, dark sallow complexion The Southwestern of the township I braced on thy helmet, I smiled modus in rebut, tfc. The medium is thc
fort part At the valour that flashed from'thine
close confinement *
but from eye
best school.A .
of Tallahassee from which
had somewhat adjoins thecity I gave thee no lessons, rty child-
several months become some his head and point to the shipping port of St. Marks I knew that thou never could'st fly laugh-a roar,does one good now and
pale,has a remarkable scar on distance of about twenty miles, a rail roadis then, let the puritans say what they may. It
is well
come scars about his face. He in contemplation to be made in a short Away with each whisper of wo is like letting off steam from a high pressure
known in New York where his wife's con' Thou hast .met with the fate thou hast Mississippi steam boat. Laugh and he{fiat,

nexions reside. time.The navigation of the St.Marks has been braved, is a kind of proverb-Cassius, I am quite
f I will give the above reward if he is secured But thy feet were not turned from the foe, Fat
recently removed to a point within 6 miles sure, never laughed. men always
Jail in the United. States or And thy Sparta, thy Sparta is saved.
in ,
any laugh and become fat who don't
of the. Southeastern part of the township, no one can
the same reward with all reasonable expenses afford for and laugh
which will
navigation a cheap
West. From the Portland Evening Journal.
delivered to me at Key 1 tell who will: live
certain transportation for roduce. can always a man to
THOMAS EASTIN, This land will be sold In parcels to suit THOUGHTS-SCnAte---GATricnrwcs. be a good old age, unless an epidemic carries
S. those wishing to purchase( ,on a credit from A.little learning dangerous thing," him off the stage. He is easy, quiet,
Key'West, July 25, 1835. [34-tf] five to eight years at reasonable prices This is deplorably true sometimesbut .. takes the world as it goes--if disappointed,

''N. B.' The Printers onthe sea-board those wishing to purchase will make: application not always. The greatest of cheerfully begins againand keeps on essay t

wi11subsme; the cause of justice by giving to either of the unde'rsigncd. all jackasses is he who has learned just ing. Such men don'i die in the strict sense :-.

ikit f the 'above advertisement a few inser- WM. B. 'NUTTALL, enough to know how to make a fool of of the word. They wear out as a piece: ma:

i ecmsiq tbeit respective newspapers. I HECTOR W. BRADEN himself, without tho sense to know what a chinery does-and then their race is over.
: t .... r WILLIAM CRAIG. fool lie is. Such an animal is ever braying
I1.i VICE> CONSULATE, KEY WEST.\ and blundering. A man who knows nothing [From the (Mont.) Alabama
I THE Subscriber would inform Lis friends I at all is better off than he. Journals '
I i VlQiUBLIC: NOTICE,is hereby given that the public that be is prepared to CONFESSION OF A PIRATE.
is in its
H"all vessels bound for the Bahama Islands attend to any business that may be entrusted Dignity very good proper place. The doubt I
public no reml'loberthcsICJr'cf .f
Nature the of real <
commonly gives man
from to bis in the
have clean. Bill)of Health\ care
,rnust instinct it of the the daughter of Aaron Burr, who was the
admitted AUCTION AND COMMISSION LINE, dignity an as were, pro-
,. 1' this office, or they will not.be O'HARA. to Hid office is up stairs in Mr. F.A. Browne's per time to put it.on. 'But a little man, wife of Gov. Alstonof S. Carolinn. On

.t an entry. P. Ware-House, where bemay at all times be I aping the natural dignity: of a great man- the return of her father from Europe, about:
July 31, 1856. [35-3w] found. transforming trifles into matters of state- the year 18)2, she embarked from Charleston -

I( 2 NOTICE: lie takes this opportunity ,of rendering deliberating on pickerel, for example, withas 'on a visit: to him, at New York, oi
,i ;nnHE' subscribers to the La Fayette thanks for attention past favors to, and business hopes to, by merit unre- much majesty as upon the rise or fell of board a privateer built vessel, and was ne\cr
JL:Salt Company are notified that unless continuance mitting of public patronage. empires-crying ore rotunde, for a glass of heard of afterwards. It seems that 'her

thew hole amount of,their subscriptions are JOS. A. THOURON.Dec. water, in the mock heroic, as if he were friends at first, thought the vessel had fallet.

paid up by the 16th inst. their names will bo [ 6, lR34. n8-tf] Garrick in King Lear-what more ridiculous into tbo hands of pirates, and afterwards

1 i ,stricken from the list. By order, 'l'fIE" UNWlLLlfiG RIDE.B I knew a man who never addressed concluded that it was wrecked and lost.-

,i r.. J.' W. SIMONTON,. Agent., THOMAS B. BAItKT, XSQ.: "Mr. Speaker" without trilling the U s-i-r" It appears from the statement of a rcspec
k r I. August 1) 1835. [35-31] arms aloft and tho right leg a swinging. table merchant: of Mohierthaf! man died
-bells ob to
The joy are ranging, come
AH persons having' claims against the church Why do women love bad men better than in that city recently, who confessed to his:
above Company are requested to :present We shall see the bride pass,if we stand in good men? They do-and nevertheless physician on his dying bed, that he had

,r them without delay for payment. --'--- the porch. they have better hearts and purer feelings been a pirate and helped' to destroy tki:
'I '-ELLEN' MALLORY ) The bridegroom's wealthy : how brightly than men have. Women ever have a great vessel and all the crew and passengers, iu

vs. .' > In Attachment' arrayedAre ambition to reform rakes.-First, they pity which Mrs. Alston had embarked for New
..JOHN R. WESTERN.) the menials who wait on the gay'cavalcade vice,and at last, in endeavoring to reformit y ok.He declared, says the Gentleman, that

A 'LL those interested will.take notice The steeds, with the chariots prancing along they love it just as they love their children after the men were all killed, there was an

And the peasants advancing with music and whether well or ill favored, 'whether unwillingness on the part ofcvcry pirate to
song. the little dirty d----s,or sweet little augpls. taking the life of Mrs 'Alstoulco had not

Henry the Eighth had six(?) wives-angels resisted them or fought thro,'.and therefore ,

the declaration filed herein. I Now conies: ,the procession? .the bridem., aids too some of them, and monster ho-and they drew lots who, should perform tin

," g0.3m]. A. GORDON( Atty for Plff.; are there, known to be such! How Josephine loved deed,as it had to be done. The lot fJi
i. With robes, and with ribbons,and wreaths. Bonaparte ? Mirabeau with a face as uglyas on this pirate, who declare that he effected'

,, William H. Shaw, in their hair. sin was the and his' of tho death
greatest most successful object. putting lady to bj
Yon feeble old knight the bride's father
vs. In Attach- must be, gallant of the day. laying a plank along the edge of t tho! ( ship,
John Copland Ex'r of the } meat. And now,walking proudly, her mother we Women are greater aristocrats than men half on and half off;; or over the edge, and r
last will and Testament. of ..eJ ever arc. No woman breaks: through their made Mrs. Alston walk on that plank till

J.K..Baron.A ., A pale girt in tears slowly moves by her magic circle of society, unless a husband it tilted over Into i the water with lacr. The

LLperoons interested will take notice. aide; : takes her into it. If a stray fair one froma dying pirate requested his physician to
thai the: above ,suit has been commenced But where is the bridegroom, and where is strange flock comes near another flock to make his story public, but his sunhi&g

s by attachment, and are notified to the bride t which she does not belong; what a bustling frroily will net permit or consent that the

plead to the declaration filed herein. there is! a stiffness, a formality that shivers name. of the deceased ehoold be Lnowa.:
.' They kneel round the altar-the organ has
i'" A. GORDON, PPfS. Atty. ceased, one all over 1 Men always give the hand, The above tale was repeated orcr and

'April 25, 1835. 842w; The hands of the lovers are joined by the and the "how d'ye do," and the glad to over by the merchant: before mentioned ia

\. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,.That priest, see you." The reason i is, that women are the ,presence; of a number of gentlemen
I 'rliT. the books for receiving subscriptions That bond. which death only can never honest in such matters with each other,and whose ntmes can bo given. He said he
t .to the Capital Stock of tbe: SOUTHERN I Which men play the hypocrite. received: it from the physician himself wish
UFE INSURANCE'ANDTRUST COM. proves ever after, life's blessing or The first kiss from a first lover always no other injunction to secrecy than he

ANY, will be opened at the office of A bride bane like! this is a sorrowful sight s costs a woman a tear--but.that over, and should not disclose the name of the physician

'.'.Thomas Douglas Esq in the City of,St. Seel 'the pale girl it bride to the feeble old they come of course One might make an for the present. On being asked if

Augustine, on.the second day of November knight! eloquent story of the many feelings that: the physicianTU a man of veracity and
next at 10 o'clock A. 'M., and will be agitate: the bosom iu audi a moment. respectability, he replied there was none

kept open .fin time to time by adjourn. Her band on' her husband's arm passively Men seldom never trust men with their moro so in Mobile. The merchant was

ment,until the wholo of the Stock shall be lies, .0- secrets, and their ambitious but warned that his story would get into the

.C subscribed! ,not exceeding thirty. days. And closely, she draws her rich vale o'er her they will trust a woman with most any newspapers, which he made objection,

"LQT CLARK, Her eyes friends throng innod her with accentsof tiling. Hence successful diplomatists atmost but affirmed that i ifceifed tho abote

ROBERT RAYMOND REID, love| always work with the softer sex An information from thiffij_it"..and added,
'THOMAS DOUGLAS She speaks not-ber pale lip inaudibly idea connected with this, i3 suggested why that the physician: y* !ljfrMUaDd in earned

Cot di ioaeri. mo Ie. a celebrated personage m this country keep in relating h.TW June 20, 1835. [3.1Ow1 Her equippage waits- h a is placed by the in a state singleness.
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side CmiferaUe is "Tom, have ys>afTv iiI!. gees! :
WE are authorised to an I* a famous word with tho "Yes sir."
Of her aged companion-a sorrowing
..pounce WM. R. HACK. genuine Yankees; Every thing is considerable ".lInee co Q" {ii' !"
.. LEY, Eaq.. a* s, candidate Again the bells ring and the moment U a Is it cold today" '10 Yw, pretty Yes gtnHow ; ,
to represent Monroe county coot &Onsiderable"-and soon from "c naider. U miLntY 0< rnr' i

in the next Legislative Council of this Territory. For the young heart'* went trial the last able sloshy going"to considerable clever" Ode.** .

March 24, 1835. [Ute] look 01 lame! and "coosiderabl cute." If you aw a u All right Tom PmB'1'



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io them! on tteir,b ing her
uf hereafter. She is dutiful
TH3 a'r.Iy' tot coach
'pu tithed to the stage was s young mt'tardng'
Government or tho world girl and if forlunaln
enough to get a clever in life. He found sit; passengerabout
KEY WEST, FLORIDA : and it is certainly not very gratifying !o husband inay make something usefill; but him, all grey.beadedt and extremely:

SATURDAYAUOUST 15, 1833. have such a reward m \led out to them for at present die is the very reverse of her aged men. The youngest appeared to haveseen

their hospitality. own glass-one reflects without talking, at least eighty winters. Our.Joun,

The non-arrival of the mail must be our We hope that on reference to the Ornithological the other talks without reflcctin;. traveller, struck with the singular mild and

excuse for the want of the usual variety of Biography, this libel valuable My dt3ti') and gentleness arc, as you happy fellow aspect which distinguished all hit
upon passengers, determined to ascertain .
matter in this weeks paper. Throughout class of see,visible in every line But there comes '
our the secret of
seamen may not be found that a long life, and the art: of ma*
the Southern country for tho last therein oJious Mrs Q. a woman that I despise king old age comfortable he addressed "
year or as we may then ascribe it to a Re ; the
two as uncertain as tho mail" has become viewer with for her hypocracy. (Enter Mis. Q) Oi! one who was apparently the At unacquainted the localities he my dear Air!;, Q. this is jo kind of you-l told him that be had always led a regular'and '
a proverb. Key West have is
we not only ;: noticing, or drawing his information from have been 80 uneasy about your health, you abstemious life, eating vegetables and
to combat with the irregularity conse- sources not entitled to credit. If this be can't think." SAMT11A. drinking water. The young man was rather

quent upon the mat-administration of the the case, we take pleasure in undeceiving -oso- _. daunted at this,inasmuch as he liked the

Post Office Department, and the miscarriages him, as to the merits of thc Wreckers on Tho following beautiful'extract' ;from good who things of l life. him lie addressed the second

of contractors,the evils which elsewhere the coast of Florida. Wo feel no hesitationin the Georgia Constitutionalist. There is had always astounded' eaten roasted(;by beef saying, and that gone le to

alone interfere with'the transmission of the saying that the enterprises" of these indeed: something exquisitely sweet" in bed regularly fuddled for .the last seventy

mail-but havcaddcd, to these, the obstructions men are as praiseworthy as those of Mr. tho sound't>f the church bell. years, adding,that all depends on rcgulari \

of winds and waves. Calms and light Audibon, and in some respects morfe philan I THE SAB3ATH BELL. ty.never Tho seeking third had prolonged hit days bt )

I winds having been experienced constantly thropic and important. To me, there is something exquisitely by resolutely abstaining accepting; from office all; tbefinrttA'r politicalor I

for the last week or tendays, it is impossibleto We are indebted to the abovo Review*&: |[$sweet' and edifying in notes of the Sabbath religious controversies, and the fifth by

say when we may have the satisfaction for the information that Mr. Audubon has Bell; and I often think, and indeed feel, getting to bed at sunset, and rUingat .
of again seeing the Charleston I that I hear better music The aid was apparently! much than
packet in named a sew species of pigeon after Key and better preaching the other five-his hair ounger
port. By her, when she does arrive West while walking to church,.than while there. was less grey, and ti
we having first met with it hero Ii. ,... if there Was fine of U-a placid smile,denoting -'
shall! receive our regular files of papeit from In all places,at all times, and in ah l;seasons, a perfectly easy conscience, mantled-

New York and Charleston, comprising all The Brig Algerine returned from the first I I take infinite, delight in heating it; nndwhen his face,and his voice was,brand and strong ,

those that have been issued at the former cruise along the Heefwith in a place where the solemn stillness Tiiey were all surprised to learn that he
'Diving Bell of i the,'Sabbath, was by ton the oldest
13 in
morning met wakened l years man tbr".
place since,the 28th .flay, and at the latter' on tho 13th inst. We regret that the enterprise into lively, pore,and relieving reflection coach ". ,* How,"exclaimed out young tia-,

since the 4th June. The perusal of the of her, prpprie'prs"has as .yet f been by Arts sacred music, 1 feel as if! hud last, yeller, how is'it yon have thus preserved j

late intelligence they will contain, is a plea attended with but littltf reward, but hope a dear-a bosom friend. And especially at the freshness of life 1" *'I have drank water
and drank
wine-I have eaten meat and vegetables
sing anticipation.To
that perseverance will ultimately give them 'the present scasay when : arrayed -I have held a public office- |
r know the full value of news, :a person the success they merit. in her freshest and finest robes-when all have dabbled in politics, and written religious

should become a resident of Key West fora Tho Algerine spoke on tha. 31st July, her care is rising up-and all her energies pamphlets have sometimes gone to.

few month _H. -7 north of Hillsborough Inlet, the schr. Uni are exerted to give beauty and! perfection bed at midnight, got up at tUnrise and .at

,9HIPW Wtt N ted States, of Edenton, 20 days out from to trio work assigned her, the bell has a noon-'jwr ./ always paid promptly for rrty.newtpaptn. .
ECI double ell'eci mind. It
Charleston bound to this port. upon my carries
The British Brig John Brittonof Halifax, me away to childhood1! earliest scenes,, I e.-
C. P. Morrell when 1 first rejoiced in its cheering melodies I MORTALITY ,OP MAN.According ,
master, from Kingston,'Ja-. The Belgian BarJean Key, Rtmrds,. to tho
1 and from tho dim contusion of tho most accurate calculation *
maica, in ballast, bound to ran on the master, wrecked on her voyage from Havana I, rolls back that current' past an astronomical year contains365 days, ,'
of lender
Reef off Key Tavernier on the of tho to and '' emotions 5 hours 45 minutes and 4Qscconds. ttuppoie ;
Antwerp brought into this port, *'I which in I
caused little(
early as
9th inst. y my one individual to die every second, then
was saved from the vessel having received the repairs necessary, and I, I heart to throb with love to all beneath, you have 60 every'minute-300 every, flv*\ II

saving a few articles of rigging &c. The taken on board that part of her cargo left around, and above, me. !And'in this case minutes-3,600 every, hour-86,400, every

crew were all saved and have arrived at this here after the sale of a sufficient portion to I It1s .edifying both in ra religions and day--and 31.556,928 every year; and in 30 I I

port in the schr. Pizarro. pay salvage and expenses proceeded on her #philosopliicaise'use. Ja.j lbioU?, beats years 946,707,840. At this last number il

.. -...0.0- voyage on the 12th inst. it teaches me the sensations: that children, about equal l to the prevent population the
IMPORTANT.The trained earth, and as 30 yean it known to be about: e
-ct.o'Ve .. a for sacred institutions the period of one generation,itaeeml prob..
master of the Three-masted schooner understand v\hoso' minds aro early embued. able that i
that the Vestry;of St. one death every second is about
Vesper from New York bound to Tobasco Pauls Church have resolved to call to the' with, a' love of God and his works, a at accurate a calculation of human mortal ,g

which arrived,here yesterday 14th inst. charge of the congregation the Rev. Mr. l love (their parents and all they sec, are try as can be made; It seems probable at*'
reports that on July 26th, when nine I I I npt.u," >' ericnce. Their minds are notstfong to, that taking all the earth together, there
in Lat. 33 II-Long. 73 daysout Tyng late, missionary at Tallahassee.jjj or far expanded,and not yet tainted I is a 'general uniformity in the doings, of
37-she .
-+-- with the death In particular places, at} different.
rftoral corruption that surrounds
fired at twice by a 13altimore-build schooner jjj) [FOR THE ENQUIRER.] them times, the movements of this destroyer are

painted black, apparently full of men. Ms DEAR Mil. EDITOR-1 trust, in making converting; consequently into they! are that not which'capable4of 'like l the rivulet, now rushing down the
impurity 'mountain's
A boat is tide; then moving
afterwards boarded her from the your paper the channel of my'scntiments > 'pure and as far do sluggishly'
they comprehend, along the plain below ; but taking all,, the
schooner, and six armed men came on board that the desire of distinction or of tee nothing but goodness and love. They world together, he resembles the deep and ,

\ and took from the vessel a spy-glass, some "seeing my name in print," nfty not be indeed have an idea of power, but for broad river, constantly pursuing itt reiist

bread, a coat, a double barrel gun belong I hastily imputed tome; for indeed Sir,this them that power.cisla' only to protect and .. lest way to the bosom of the ocean. Look (I

ing to a passenger on board and other arti communication originates from the purest bless. Crime,injusuco, and cruelty, have' ing over any definite*period of time, taf

cles. The men spoke to one another i in benevolence untainted by tho slightest. I not. J6t*petrified their feelings, iliad itt iaterveuing Cbristand"T* between' \lae) death of
Spanish, but wish to indulge in unnecessary strictures, sDCh .timcsastheit affections aru exercised: Dot Shd'an I I
on being( addressed in that hour; nor probably a minute,
a practice with
so common women
my ons6bjecs; "of"tlevotion;charity: love unstained
or human
language by a passenger, refused to I with blood The bout{
say any ever abominate slander andtbough
age. the heart
of n .reature ,on earth is,more since we commenced these calculations We
thing than
more that their
vessel was from my heart bleeds at modern degeneracy I- disinterested, warm and tender... I see i in have'sufficient reason to believe, hat Wit* i
Vera Cruz bound to Capo de Verds. They I.speak of it" more injporrow than' them religious purity, witboui guile < newed the departure to the world of spirits

appeared to be much disappointed on finding in anger." You are young, Mr. Editor, dissimulation jihcy Jiave no double meaning "' of not lest than 3,600 human beings .sad

the Vesper in ballast. It may be this buoyant with the light spirits (f youth, and I but act out their thoughts la the of even the tingle minute since the -cadet
object of nature for commenced this hu carried off 60-and UJ;
same vessel which gave rise to the reportin every you wears a heaven.and earth chance '
he hat
per been minutes
two read
Nassau a short time since smile,reflected from your own happy face; "The reooflection of childish I
that pirates religion is lag thus far, 120 deathless spirits have '
were again afloat. and as those who have numbered but a few beTfcficial: l inya- philosophical sense, by their account; and should be'paule tire pOI* Jq Jqto

The Vesper brought no later intelligencefrom years, view life as it were through a mirror ft teaching the ''impressions the young mind; minute more, to wonder' or to wesp,.tbt) I'a
which, by apparently magnifying the site number will have ,
New York than most readily receives, and lastingly r swelled to 300. v ;
was received last
via St. week and increasing the distance of the object, I tain!. For myself, there is nothing that -111 J
Marks. .
enhances the beauty and hides the imperfection has transpired .for the 'last fifteen years, S.uT.-lt is estimated that at,least.78 r j

NORTHAMERICAN ; they arc seldom found arrayed which I more distinctly remember, than the 000 bushels of Salt have been sold in At* > i

REVIEW FLORIDA against tho follies of their age. But ah first, lessons of piety I .learned, of my m o- exandria during the late fishery onthe Fo- t\'I.*

WRECKERS.The I could some of my early friends, contemporary tomac, besides a large quantity: purchased '

North American Review for July, with the reign of His Blessed Majesty& ther.But this u not all the influnce thee by the fishermen from New York,Bait iroora j}

in an article upon the.second volume of At George III over these colonies, open their I Sabbath bell exerts on me; it riot only I and Norfolk.t ,r

dubon's Ornithological Biography, contains eyes to the enormities perpetrated by modern brings the past to mind, but inclines mo to i iP
the damsel under the plea of FASHION .S\1arinr Intd1.f ,
following observation : j beatify the present, by devoting my whole> fucr.
"Mr. Audibon took an opportunity to vis what would be their just indignation at observing : time to useful acting and thinking. When O R T U.F .KEY. 'WE tJ'1'. ."

it the Tortugas, which are about eighty 1 I the giddiness) and versatility which I its sounds first greet my ear, I always thinkthat ,ABBIVEO Aug. 8-bJwop Felix, BngSt
sad from the '
a departure good old customs I I
miles from Key West. They are.low un- J I of has in my hfe is shortened one,,week, since I man, Havana; (6 P. J. Fun!sac'.
mv young days, produced 19th last heard its
inhabltablebankaI covered with shells and j century hallowed pcsl. Then I ask 12-Sloop Eden, Sylva. Havana; I

sand, and are resorted to by the turtJeland> I They would meet with of the substantial myself, what testimony that week has carried to'P.'A. Oandolfo. I
wrecker the former I to eternity for mo ; and if upon viewing Brig Algerine,Cooper,'Rceff; to laurel
; aiming at profit, by dames of the olden time who tlr o't
affording the my actions day by day,I find that I have I 13-Schr. Olive Branch, Greene,'Reef t
of I
means luxurious indulgence nothing of riding a dozen miles to church ,
len any duty undone, I fret that' there isonablanli fo'P C Greene;:
to epicures ; the.latter, engaged in enierpritI I on a comfortable pillion, behind a husband, in rny life which I never can fill Revenue Cutter 41
; U'ashinjjtoh, Randolph
it which they are in nowise anxious to publilh. J brother,or sweetheart. They suffered from"j for I do not IJurtben-iOoday with the ,duties i from.a cruise, J|

either to'the government or the tcorU." II no fantastical illusions, never, dreamt of, of yesterday. To every portion my time Schr. Pizarro, Andrew.,Reef materials ,

With aU due'deference to Mr. Audibon enquiring: whether the earth was made I allot some (particular emp'oyment, and if cVc. from wreck brig'John Britton},_ .;. -

and his Reviewer, we feel ourselves called round 07 square, but were sedately brought l I 1 auto, fulfil ray t-engagements with a single; to 8.0'Hsr4i.

upon to object to this wholesale, libel up at home, in the fear of God and single hour, 1 never expect that the next will belong 'M-rSchr. Blacfu_ !tlii ougTonagw. t
wretchedness, and the love of good house
the characters and of enough for its own business and that '
pursuits our Florida tomaiterr
wreckers. We'have not bad an wifery-and, instead of being celebratedfor of the past too. I am not,of the opinion ThrejB muted 8cnrJ'V! .| 87 days fa
opportunity singing verses, their notoriety was purchased : that to-morrow's duties lessened_ because New York bound toT bUeo''.... : !
to ,
see Mr,Audibon't book, but if the the I :
objectionable by spinning most yarn, or by : I hae done much to day, augmented because 8AU.< 8-Sloop Fdutt.Bright t*
passage is contained in it, (and some other employment of equal comlincs; I I have done little for time carriesall lDan, ... tag. :JVJ.Fontsne.
; ;
it it hardly to be presumed the Rniewer"ould their desire for dress,(which I really bell ivo with it neither
things duties
sparing RevenaPutter
: or fVashingtop BAD
make such a remark upon his own to be our ruling passion,) was tempered by those who should perform them. dolpb onacrj&e. ,, ,_ ,

responsibility)we must regret that tLe attentions a commendable economy, and never suffered And while the Sabbath bell is bringing 12-Belgian.Barque Jean f Key', Rnurdf, f
bestowed upon Mi. Audubon whilein them to wear as much cloth in a sleeveas ; the to view It does
past my ; never me the Antwerp; Sugaranq segarsjF.ABrowne.. I
= this quarter by all classes, wreckers ins nouldmike a full dress, (including bib unkindness to neglect the future. It tells 14 8chr. Blacksmith,Long Tortugsj;

i eluded, so far as their meant would allow, and tucker) for a smart.bouncing baby.- me thai if I will improve the present, and master.: .

were not sufficient to save them from animadversions Why, Sir, the dresses whole that skirt of one of my judge of the future by the past, I shall !Isy The Schr.Orient, Morgan,bence,.afrl,.

their "enterprises loagwaiated come into vogue up for coming time, if not all the luxuries ed at New York J6tb July. %
upon entirely

just after passage of the >8t4,.p Apt and comforts of life the The Somerset for St.
unwarranted, and certainly uncalled would,scarcely make greatest of all its ,Brig m
a> gusset fotmodernYD luxuries and comforts well key West to sail! from JSew
regulatedand was York lilt
for in a work on Ornithology. When Mr. \ But itXall ,io ; :
? owing ;the men, for contented mind. But it does ... '_
Audibon visited Key West be was receivedwith if they will tolerate such whimsies, YOUDgwomen \ bere-it stop f'JlIy.
points forward. to another world
; .
politeness, and every facility extended will bo whimsical l; and I really..be more pure and bright than this and bids BLANK BILLS'

to him in the prosecution of bid pursuits lieve, that ,in their outlandish DOtions of me consider this one day .of seven; the as.sembUge OF L'ADIXQ, Nb 4T1;f';PBrJ.V1'EDAND
and he remained sufficient time the seemliness, they,arc u much alike as one it FOB SALE' Ai
a upon is like convenes, aud its own soft and ;, TU13 OFFICE.i .
Island and itt pin another. A young .fellow ja sacred music
vicinity to become aware ,as but faint hieroglyphics i of '- )-- ,1
these think if be "
dsys talks thewle
that among those of whose hospitality be of his creation is fulfilled, and, like purpose a that day and assemblage,and celestial song, ', I' .'DY ,. ..,' .',

partook were tome, who, though notwrec race horse,his words run the taster; the !essore shall when be the found happiness in heaven.man seeks on earth J. .. nttAorittrjtftw.!: .I'....N.I
ken' themselves,were sufficiently connected weight they 't ooft n wmjo.: /. f1. '
e carry .... ..
with the enterprise*" to which he>alludes My niece, Mr. Edi'or,1 is a fair specimen o SINGULAR ADVENTURE. 'JIUiQ1..0.1J1 .' a
u to be implicated whatever of a modem belle and shall TUB n&c + I.
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era will proceed in a very brief manner*, to No 47 Court Street.OEditors making an elegant paper for the parlor,and assisted by several literary gentle
lay before tho public an analysis of the planon ( : of Newspapers throughout for the lover of polite literature, as contributions men, who have pledged themselves to contribute -
+ Mulch the Gazette will be conducted. the United State, who will publish the will be secured from some of tho constantly and liberally to its columns
r; They will endeovor steadily to keep in foregoing Prospectus, and notice the contents most popular A merican authors. who are interested in its success
view the landmarks of the Constitution of of the Magazine from time to time, The work will be printed as well, and and who think the present a favorable junc
I the United States, by which they hope to shall be entitled to the first volume. contain as much reading matter as any ture for the commencement of such an en-
steer their course aright, As moderation Any person remitting the Agent, by mail, j&nilar quarto; paper now published in the terprize. It will be printed in an octavo
arid firmness will be bur'motto, we will be post paid, Ten Dollars, shall receive six "Jilted States; and it can safely and trulybe form, on fine paper, in monthly numbers of "/
slow td brand, with("heresy, those politicianswho copies for one)ear-and continued as long called tho. cheapest journal of the kind. 56 pages each, and will be put to press, as
may honestly differ ,in opinion from as the money is regularly forwarded.A To Boston, and to Massachusetts in parti-icnlNl soon as a sufficient number .of subscriberscan
r us. It.is .our design fairly to report the liberal price will be paid for appropriate -. ftnd to New England, the publisherYMMs'.f be obtained to authorise its publication.
iF: passing political news of the day; the po and ,well written articles, or drawings, r patronage. The "Journal" will he furnished to sub-
litical views that we may nave occasion to illustrative of national subjects, possessing TERMS-Three dollars per annum,if paid scribers at five dollars per annum, payableat
,/. advocate,shall be dispassionately discussed, interest. Subscriptions received at ,this in advance-four dollars if not paid until the expiration of six months from tho
so'TaVas we'affc concerned; and we hope office. the expiration of "\ -two dollars for date of the, first number.
obr friends who may favor us with communications ; six rhonths, to be pall. in advance. DANIEL K. WHITAKER.
will observe the same rule, other t LADFS BOOK. Any person procuring'" five subscribers Charleston, 24th 'March,1835. t
afse\!they will be rejected. In the, observance A monthly Magazine, containing Tales,, and-remitting the.money for the same will At a meeting of 'The Literary and Philosophical .
of this course, we shall; act with atrict original arid selected, Moral and Scien- be entitled to a sixth copy gratis. Society of South Carolina, con
impartiality. tific Essays, Poetry, from the best authors Orders, with the payment,should be sent vened on the 27th March, 1835, the follow
*It will be tho aim of the publishers to the Quarterly representation otLadies' immediately*. If any person desire to secure ing Resolution was offered by Benjamin
tender to their patrons fill the satisfaction Fashions, adopted in Philadelphia the back numbers, a few setts of which Elliott! ..Fsq;, seconded by Myer 1\1.Cohen,
they are capable of bearing in'mind the -colored. Music of the newest remain on hand, application must be made Esq.'aW uhanimously adopted:-
old ago they that would.please every body styles l &c. &c. immediately. "Resolved That The Literary 6f PM.
',will please nobody" Published regularly on the first day of every Boston, Nov., 1834.PROSPECTUS losophical Society understand, with high
a J In avowing, however, a design to pursue month by Louis A "GoDEV, at No. 3, gratification, that Mr. Whitaker is about .
,i a,course untrammelled by the shackles of Athenian Buildings, Franklin Place,' OF THE EXTRA commencing a monthly Journal, to be devoted -
t'' .%ny party, we,would not be understood as Philadelphia. GLOBE. to the advancement of Southern
being indifferent to the importance 'of correct .. Embellished with a beautiful and exten- THE undersigned propose to issue the Literature, and, with pleasure, declare their
principles. They I wish however distinctly sive variety of engravings, from original first number of a new series of the Extra I opinion of his full qualification for E'Ucl1JIn
to havd l it known, that they will nei' and selected designs, both colored aid Globe, on Monday, the 25th of May next, undertaking, and (comply with his requestto
ther- lead the van nor follow the train of plain, with two engraved title pages, and*' and to publish it weekly for six months, bo permitted to publish the proceedings
', Pesignfng Political Intriguers; who are men' two distinct indc&es,' (intended to perfect making 26 numbers; the last to contain an of the society, and such communicationsto
of* .principle:in proportion to their interest.,: separate volumes in the year,) flso, a choice Index to the whole. It will be printed on the society, as the curators may approve.
e:. veral l columns of the Gazette will be collection of Music, original and selected,. fine double-royal paper, made up in quarto (Signed) JOSEPH JOHNSON,
f .eppropnated to Essays: of a moral and miscellaneous arranged for the piano or guitar, with nearly form, like Extra and Congressional Globes President, pro tern.
character, under the head off 600 pages large octavo letter press, and published by us last year. The 26 numbers JACOB DC LA MOTTA, Secretary
Reading for Saturday Evening. only THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. will contain 416 quarto royal pages.It (Q:?'Subscriptions to the above work will
:A 'The publishers are fully aware of the Each numbe rof this periodical contains will contain the principal original articles be received at this Office. April 21.
difficultyof i their undertaking, but place;; 48 pages of extra royal octavo Jcttcr press, of the Daily and Semi-\Vcekly Globes, -
great reliance on the public liberality, and printed with clear,new,and beautiful type, notices of the public meetings,the elections, PROSPECTUS
w believetliat i arranged after the manner of the London and Of the Third Volume of the
a diligent attention to business, ( public proceedings in every State in the
? and zealous effort to serve the public,will "La Belle Asseablee,") on paper of the Union,in relation to the canvass for the PARLOR MAGAZINE.
,;r cecure to themselves a liberal share of pat finest texture and whitest color.; It is embellished next,Presidency-contest which .the in. A WEEKLY paper devoted to Literature
"with < j % and the Fine Arts; the Drama;
Tonagei splendid Engravings on Copper dication of the present year will go far to
; "i-The City of Tallahassee being located' and Steel, executed by artists of. the d cide. the 'ashioos; Tales; Essays; Biographical ,
fcrtho"centre:of-Florida; and surrounded highest skill and distinction,and embracing The first number will contain the proceedings Sketches; the History of Women; Harmless
by many natural advantages, possessing: in every variety of subjects.-Among these' of the Democratic National Con- Satire ; Review of New Works 1 &c
?gvoqppace{ atoaqd.'jts centre, a larger .I are illustrations of Popular Legends) RO-. \'ention,10 be held at Baltimore on the 20th &c.; and; embellished with 'superior Engravings -
i' population than that of any other portionof mantic Incidents, Attractive Scenery, and of next month: Art excellent Reporter has ; Fine Wood Cuts; Plaje; of the
/thp:Territory within the same limits,has portraits of Illustrious Females. Tho num- already been engaged* to" report tho Pro Fashions, and Music Price three dollar
r But ode '
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(6 this there are many valuable. sections of picture of the existing Philadelphia Fashions .es which may be made on the occasion.We The PARLOR MAGAZINE is now in the )
t'o ntrtbich"we doubt'not'will; soon be designed, engraved and colored ex- request the favor of those.friends to meridian of its popularity; and as aspiring
a brought lntq cultivation, should the present pressly for this work,by competent persons II whom this prospectus may be sent, to cir hopes without a shadow, and cloudless
t ,prigs ol;.the great staple,of the country bemaintained Specially engaged for that purpose. Tho culate it, for the purpose of obtaining sub- prospects without a horizon, continue tc j
) ; which must considerably i aug- Embellishments of this charter which have scribers. A copy of the work will .be sent cheer it on its way, we may reasonably anticipate '
dent the-population of the.Territory appeared in former numbers,arc confessedly to the newspapers that copy this Prospectus for it a I long day of triumph. For 'j
i ..... J'Pm ,the considerations stated above, superior to any which hav been famished Subscribers should forward their names general appearance, mechanical arrange-
we have nd hesitation in believing that we in any other "similar American,publication in time to reach us before the'25th of May.If ment, and typographical execution, it may
may with confidence, rely for complete and from the Arrangements: which have they do not, we may.not be able to furnish justly assert its claims to rank among the
success of undertaking on the support been made, there is every reason to believe them with all the numbers ; becausethe most beautiful periodicals in the United
r of-a-generous public. they will be improved in the coming vol work is put at so low a price: that we States.The Literary department is contributed
COITOITIOKS.The Tallahassee Gazette umes. In addition to the several Embellishments cannot afford to re-print all? numbers' that to by many of the ablest writersin
' and General Advertise '' just referred to number the whose if they
will be publishedon every may be exhausted. country-men names,
I ) ,a super royal sheet, at four dollars per contains several Engravings on wood representing TEUMS-One dollar per copy,in advance. gave us permission to use ,them, would!
Annum payable in,advance or on delivery foreign and native scenes, curi Eleven copies will be furnished for ten dol. save us the trouble of circulating our claimson
of the,first dumber.' Four dollars and fifty ous and interesting subjects,natural history, lars; 'twenty-two copies for twenty dollars, !the public through the medium of a
cents'if,paid after tbe"expiration of six Entomology, Conchology, Humerous IncidentS and so on in proportion. ., prospectus.For .
'months,or.five dollars if paid at the close Ornamental Productions, Embroidery The price of this paper is so low, that; selection, the literary gardens of allAmerica
1. Jof:.tire year; and other needle work, Riding, Dancing we cannot afford to open accounts with and half Europe are open to us:
{No.subscription will I bo received for a less &c.;, besides one or more pieces of those who subscribe for it. Therefore, no I so that if we fail in this particular, the defect
term than one year, and the paper will not popular Music, arranged for the Piano or attention will be paid to any order, unless must be only attributed to a want of
I be discontinued-without orders until all arreaiages .Guitar. the money accompanies it.BLAIR. taste.-The "Fashions" shall meet with
: r are paid.Tbe.firaf4 Every six numbers of the work form an & RIVES. ducvattention. We have made arrangemerJs
\:._r ,will I be> issued" duringti :elegant volume suitable (f for binding i and Washington, April, 1835.PROSPECTUS. to obtain the earliest intelligence
the enwlng summer or early in the fall.jCcNrirjiunicatioas .- with these are ''furnished gratuitous a su- from London and Paris', in respect to the.
: addressed to. the,publishers perbly engraved title page and a general various changes, which shall be inserted as
,: .must" be'post paid.t I ;ndex of contents. 03r: The terms of the Of a Monthly Magazine, to be entitled soon as received The Parlor Magazine
,JOHN BALDWIN. LadyVBook arc three dollars in advance* THE SOUTHERN LrrEIU Y.JouRNAL, shall be occasionally embellished with':
:DAVID SHEFFER.b4n3aec Persons remitting Ten Dollars shall be en- To be published Charleston, S. C. beautiful engravings upon interesting subjects
T?>\ ,April 17, 1835.GREATNAT1ONItL titled to'four copies of the work. Persons WHILE[ numerous literary periodi- ; and plates of the newest fashions,
; remitting Fifteen Dollars shall be entitledto issued from the American plain or colored, as!' circumstances wilt
WORI .' ; six copies of the work, and additional Press, which are liberally patronized,it has permit, besides wood cuts in a great variety,
,lU.GUUfI:, copies of the best engravings. Persons been a subject'of general regret, that since and a piece of original or well selected
d.'itaatratid tIg K't (0sr procuring Ten Kew Subscribers, and for. the discontinuance of that' able work, the Music at least twice a month.
", rWucroe4.En8rcrc"g.j. .. .warding the cash for the same, besides a Southern Review, there has been BO Magazine Kr Highly finished portraits of all the
xar: BOSTOH BEWICK discount of fifteen per cent, shall be pre.'stinted established in South Carolina, affording great British and American poets, from
.Thesucaai which has' COHTANV. with a copy of the third volume of a suitable medium through which the Chaucer downwards. are hi preparation,
lication of.the best Magics Attended 'from thepub the- the work luper.hly.bound. ,. opinions orought to of bear our best writers''might be and.wilt appear in the Magazine from time

i ..;nglish" Press. ,.has, led -preparations for ,BOSTON PEARL, AND LITERARYOAZET'l't the public mind.directly It is with and a usefully view-to upon meet r. thor's to time, with general critique on the bead au
works annexed each the
Testing a periodical more to ;
particularly adapted ;. this demand, that the'
publication of this
to the wants and taste of the r. and review of Shakspcare will be forthcoming
American >
ISAAC c. J JUY, EDITOa.rfflllE Journal is pi'oposeJnd that the
public. While it will be the object of the ninth number of tha, Fourth substantial support of the citizens generaland of in uar.r-Bryant's will follow.
proprietors to'make tbs work.strictly what J Volume was issued at Boston,Mass, I the South, is respectfully solicited. To this paragraph we would' respectfully!
its title indicates, it-will,.nevertheless Nov. 8 call the reader's attention,03 the undertaking
contain onSaturday, 1814. The work The proposed Magazine will consist of
< ell articles of,interest its will be is one of the greatest expense and la
,patrons, published weekly, each number original communications
on Literary and
which in bor. The likeness shall all be taken \>T
foreign Magazines. containing eight large Scientific
quarto pagesequalto subjects, -of-notices! of recent the best
Extensive preparations have been entered sixty duodecimo pages-of miscellaneous publications, particularl-in the -roasters.
: into, both 'with artists and Authors, to and original matter,printed on superior of'light and fugitive Literature of The Magazine is printed on super-royal
furnish, from all parts of the Union, draw- white paper, with perfectly new type. A l tales suggested by historical and, local popular paper, in quarto form; and stitched in a
I iDgi and illustrauoas of every subject; of handsome title page and correct index will of Poetry and Political Intelli associations handsome cover.
interest, which the publishers confidently be furnished,and the work at the end of gence. Its columns Office 67 Liberty-street New-York. .
believe will enable them to issue a work the year,'will form an excellently printed a vehicle for UM-free are but intended to afford *%.**Editors of Newspapers,who! wist:
honorable to its title and acceptable to the volume of four hundred and sixteen pages, cussion of all questions, which temperate from, dis- to exchange with*, will oblige by copy u>?

American People. equal to three thousand,, duodecimo pagee. importance, interest, or attraction, are their deserving this." prospectus and forwarding their paper.
The American Magazine is published The volume will contain twenty-six of the attention of an educated -
i montblyeahnumhercontainingbetweenforty pieces of music for the Piano Forte Flute, community. If it shall become, what its : WIYL A. mTEiIEAD.
and fifty imperial octavo pages,at Two &c.,. equal to',ob hundred of common name import: a Journal of strict Southern NOTARY '.U.BLIC.,
Dollars per annum,payable in advance she t ttutie, which could'not purchased Lita upon Crsrox-IIorsfc, MA icu 17, 1835.

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