Key West enquirer
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00049046/00038
 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 22, 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: UF00049046:00038

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q. ment are regularly! I and promptly paid for ; '
TERMS: OF Tats rA1'EU.T11EEXQUREflisPnblisbed
i Saturday -r.. and in addition to tho many writers who f
t havo favored Us with Articles'during the '
morning, at FIVE DOLLARS per
past year, and whose fesats will continuo
.I annum.ADVERTISEMENT inserted at the rate of to enrich our columns,we have the promiseof

One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of assistance from others whoso names are t
l fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, and ..QUI... already well known to their ountrYP1en.V .

Scvcntv-rive Cents for each subsequent \ e do not parade the name,as is tlie.fsah-, .'

I continuance. All, Advertisements will be ion of some; but we confidently appeal 1to. "
continued until otherwise ordered. None ..... 1 the experience! the past year affording, .
: will be considered less than a square. BY JESSE ATKINSON
EDITED AJfD PgBLIStiBD earnest of zealous and
an : our untiring, we
J Q3* No subscription will be ,
{ the of the Editor Until all trust not altogether unsuccessful exertions ,\
unless at option ,)
; (arrears are paid. VOL I. :i- KEY WEST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 835. NO. 38. \ to render tbe'literary character of the New
;, All letters to the Editor on business, Yorker inferior to.that of no journal of itjclass :R

i i must be Post Paid.WHITE : Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, throughout; tho whole length and breadth ot in this country. '
\ Composing Sticks, Brass!!! Galleys, Imposing the United States. II. Political l atcUgtnff.-ln this department ii;i
1, in F.. & WILLIAM IIAGR, Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, In this view they bare secured new aid alone docs the e\Y-Yorker present I'
.ESPECTFULLY Inform the Printersof Presses Furniture witha in the editorial department. Tho late editor
together an anomaly in tho history of the news.paper
the United States, to whom they have complete assortment of all articles usedin of the Juvenile Ramble ,who in addition I
long been individually known as established a Printing Office will be kept constantlyon to his qualifications as a/writer for tho braces press the of the Union. Our plan cm? .'
Letter Founders, that they have now formed hand. young, has the advantage of/many years.experience collection of every importantitem
j a co-partnership in said business, and Small fonts, suitable for Book-binders, :as a teacher, will henceforth assist of political intelligence-watcvcr-be|:
hope from their united skill and experience, in great variety, may be had when called in conducting& it. its character and hClring-in the language
to be able to give satisfaction to all who for. We propose to present in the progress of of historical record, and with the stridesregard ,

may favor them with orders. Orders from all parts of the Union will be such volume, a great variety interesting to the preservation of'an unquestioned .
The introduction of machinery in placeof promptly and most carefully attended to, important topics'among which are the fol. neutrality! between the contending

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by'American ingenuity, and a heavy expen Stereotyping all branches, executedby the human frame,itc. with n proud satisfaction to the.fact, that
diture of time and money, on the part of our L. Johnson, as heretofore. II. Biography ; especially for the young. throughout tho past year, he haa presenteda
senior partner, first successfully accomplish. JOHNSON & SMITH.No. Geography ; accounts of places,man minute and circumstantial acconnt of all,

,i ed. Extensive use of the machine cast let- 0, George St. Philadelphia, 1033. ners, customs&c. the elections which have taken place in the t
it tor, has fully tested and established its superiority 0::' -Publisbers of Newspapers who insert IV. Travels and Voyages ; in various several States,during an eminently ardent ;

in everyparticular, over that cast this! advertisement, and forward a paper parts of Che world.V. and excited canvass,without once incurringthe i
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The Letter Foundry business will hereafter $3, payable in settlement of their accounts of nature and art ; in each of the United any
And while
: be carried on by the patties before when their bills amount to not less than$10.J. States, and in other countries.VI. political journal. ; ho reservesto f. ,
+ named under the firm of White,Hagar&co. & Lessons on objects that daily sur- himself the right of commenting briefly 1
I Their specimen exhibits a complete series round children in the parlor, nursery, garden but freely on the topics of the day, and?of

: from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book CHEAP,VALUABLE\ND INTERESTING WORK ,&c Accounts of trades and employmcnt offering such suggestions_ tho aspectsof;'

; and News type being in the most modern The Family Physician and Gazette of Human *. tho times may seem to require,he yet holds i
; light!= and s'yle. Life. VII. Particular duties of the young ; to himself pledged that such remarks: shall not ,

White, Hagar & Co. are agents for the Being a Library of Health and Hygcnic, parents., teachers, brothers,sisters, &c. interfere, in any material degree, with the
> sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses -
Bible and stories.
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ent medicines-the true principles
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with entire conviction of absolute certainty.
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respectfully Contributed to by a number of practising the taste, cultivate the mind, and '
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Physicians.The raise the affections of the youth to
appropriate and future excellence the
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Presses of every description, it introduced into families and schools, The original contributions to this depart. Tbomaston, Me., May, 1835.

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.. ) r' I spot," ihollgh many: varieties of marine wsl umd sefcncglccl ; for the Southern District of ;
fall Florida
.fU desert 1 an 11- :birds are alwaysscen among tho neighboring lonely and abandoned and his heart: to me directed and delivered do hereby give to
.-:..-.- _.- .. : islands, or sporting oa tho surface of to rum, like some deserted mansion for public notice to all persons in any
Mercantile Journal' mannerinterested r
From the Boston the Gulf Stream. Tho currents in the want of an inhabitant.The therein that they be and appear
TUB BAHAMA BANKS deep water, in tho neighborhood of the --o+c>- before the Superior Court to be Loldcn in
Among the remarkable natural curiosities Bank, are very strong, particularly'in i theGulf9tream editor of tho I late Hamburg Galaxyin aDd for the said District at the Court House '
6n the globe,may be included t tho enormous which bounds it oa tho, wes- his'Valedictory to his patrons, upon nis in Key West, on Saturday tile 22d August
plains covered with sand, of an extent al terlys1de.. ,On the Bank, the. currents are transfer of the press to another, puts forth, next at 10 o'clock in tbe forenoon cf that
then and there
day, interpose their
the sterile Africa others the following reflections: : claims
deserts in
most.equalling inconsiderable and irregular, and depend among fur the satr.c: and to make their allegations '
editoriality.and in
and Asia, which lie under wafer,to the altogether on the strength and continuationof "As we have shuffled} off the coil of -. support thereof. THOS. EASTIN, U.S.1\f.?
eastward of tho coast of Florida and tho the wind. A regular tide is perceptible, resolved oursc1f into the capacity Pr. JOS. A. 'fIlOURON, D'pty
c Gulf Stream-and which are known by the but there can be no doubt that the depthof ofltprivatecitizen, "justice to man Key West,August 20, 1835.
names f'the"tthle lahama? tho Great tho"water varies at different times, according kind and to ourself, compels us to make
Bahama, and the Salt' Key Banks to,the prevalence of the wind. tho causes which has compelled us to the pOOREWARl)!!
The Little Bahama Bank extends from J Tho channel across,the Bahama is rea separation.: "
t ; Maranilla Reef in lat.27 leg. 50 min: N. I sonably 'wide; say several miles; and witha We hold these truths to be self evident. -
and long.79 deg. 11 min. W. to the islandof fair wind, it is seldom that a vessel witha That the avocation of a publisher of a ESCAPED from the Jail of Monroe
Abaco, the south-eastern extremity of draught of water less ,than twelve feet, newspaper is laborious without profit: vexatious Southern District of Florida
which is in 'lat. 25 deg. 54 min., and( long. meets with difficulty. If the wind is ahead, without pleasure: and us Dogberry a prisoner by the: name of JAMES ?,
i 77 deg. 16 min. It is about 75 miles across or becomes light and baffling it is proper to has it," most intolerable and not to be en- SIMONDS, who was committed to my
from east to west =and is bounded by the anchor immediately-otherwise a vessel is dured." custody on three indictments found by tl.e

Atlantic ocean on tho east, and tho Gulf apt to depart from tho direct course, and That tho cost of paper, ink, types, candies grand jury of said County, on the several

{ Stream on the west, and occupies a space may get involved among tho shoals, which shooting sticks, plainer and mallets charges of murder, piracy, and larceny,
.4 of about eight thousand square miles.- extend o long way off the Ship Keys, on and the etcetera ad infinitum, in a printing and made his. escape by means of fals
The Little ,Bahama Bank is nearly level- : tho cast, or on the Middle Ground on the office,amount to more by one hundred percent keys on the night of the 14lh lost He i?
: he water varying from one to three faih- west of the channel. As soundings than are ever received into the shallow a native of New Hartford, (Conn.) a mariner .
ems in depth. It is lined on the eastern on cither side are nearly the same, it is ex coffer of the publishers for subscription and has been for several years in command .
tide by a 'multitude of small islands and ceedingly difficult for the bewildered mariner of trading and wrecking vessels, and

rocks; and a few islands and rocks occa I, when entangled among these shoals, Tint no individual fiver became the proprietor atone time commanded the chr. Lydia: of
sionally appear in different parts of tho to extricate himself -and it is often the of a printing press, without being Philadelphia lie is about thirty years: of I
bank- -among which' the most considerableare case that his attempts only serve to involve desirous of exchanging situations with the age, fire feet five or six inches high, has & I
the Grand Bahama and Abaco-neither him still farther' in difficulty. Instancesoccur king of Bedlam. down cast guilty look, dark sallow com,

t of which'are inhabited. every year, of navigators being com- And!, in fine,that every person thinks ho plexion, but from close confinement for
The Great Bahama Bank id about 330 pelled to submit to several days delay, and can give good advice to an editor; and that several months had become some somewhat
miles in length, extending from N. lat. 26 perhaps to throw overboard a portion of that the latter always laughs at tho silly insolence pale, has a remarkable scar on his bead' anc!
deg.lnd W. long. 79 deg in a southeast valuable cargoes, in order to extricate themselves of the adviser; and that if the press some scars about his face. lie is well
direction. The average breadth is about from these dangerous shoals. A ceases to exist, it was all owing to misman known in New York where his wife's con

tone hundred miles, thus covering a space floating light, located in the centre of the agement and not taking my advice. nexions reside.
of about 30,000 square miles. On the Ship channel,near the Middle Ground, as The above are wholesome truths; let I will give the above reward: if lie is sc.
t eastern extremity of this Bank are a number we have before suggested, would be of im- them be garnered up in the hearts of all cured in any Jail in the United States, or )
of l low islands, the principal of which mense importance to the vessels of the U. those who are editorially inclined" the same reward with all reasonable cxpca
t tire Hetera, New Providence, St, Salvador, States, engaged in the trade to Cuba and scs if delivered to me at Key West.
and Exuma.. On the western edge, bordering thv Gulf of Mexico. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA THOMAS EASTIN,
the Gulf Stream the Isaacs Insomo Southern Judicial District of Florida.-Ss.
on are the eastern islands which line U. S. MAIISIIAU
the Beninis, and a variety of small islands tho Bahama Bank, particularly Exuma,salt To the Marshal of the Superior Court for Key West, July 25,1835. [34-tf]
and rocks, which have no permanent inhab is manufactured in considerable quantities the s\:id District-Greeting. N. 13. Tile Printers on the sen-board: !
tants.t New Providence contains excellent har- WHEREAS Richard Roberts, master of
an' the will subacrvo the cause of justice liy giving ;
Tho usual route for vessels;not too deeply bor, and a populous town, Nassau, whichis called regularly the Amelia licensed, has exhibited wrecking his schooner libel the above advertisement a few insc:

laden' from the American ports north of a depot for English vessels of war on stating, alleging and propounding, that, tions in their respective newspapers
.the Gulf of !Mexico, to Matanzas and Havana this station, and also a rendezvous for the whilst pursuing his occupation the --
! a ; i is across the northern section of the numerous English wreckers which aboundin Florida Reef, be was boarded on upon the 13th ELLEN MALLORY )
Great Bahama Bank. This route is also these seas. Many of the inhabitants are day of August 1835 by Capt. William S. vs. In Attachment
t frequently adopted by vessels from Europe. engaged catching turtle, and supplying Thomas, who informed him that the schooner JOHN R. WEB 1 EiN.S) ..
After passing the southern point of tho island other islands or sea ports in the Gulf of United States of Edenton, N. Carolina, those: interested will take notice!
i of Abaco, which is well known from Mexico, and in the Southern states; and late wreck under his command, then lay a total I ALL the said suit has been commenced -
a singular appearance,caused dy the action also in collecting sponge, which'grows in the north upon of Key beach Biscayne seventeen miles House to by attachment in the Superior Court

of the waves upon the rocks, probably for vast quantities in tho shoal water on the and that he wished him (the Light Libellant) to, for JVIonrce County, and ate notified 1 tc
'many centuries, and distinguished" by: the Bahama Bank Marine shells of great proceed to the wreck with his vessel for the plead to the declaration filed herein. '
i Appellation} ) of the hole in lheswall," the beauty, are also found on the sea beachesin purpose of transporting the goods to the [30-3m] A. GORI JON Att'y for PPiT t
navigator should proceed westerly aboutmiles that vicinity; and the small delicate shell port of Key West. That in consequenceof
:the\" which will bring: him up with resembling a.kernel of rice, and is in con- such request, he (the Libellant procce- Wilham H. Shaw, 1
t Berry.Islands,a cluster of beautiful islands sequence called the rice shell, is found in dedCwitutheCaptain'and mate on board) vs. t -In"Attach
covered wjlh trees and verdure, but great abundance in tho -vicinity of New in-ius miles vessel to the wreck,'a distance ofsix-I John Copland Ex'r,of the ken '
ty from
t uninhabited; excepting( temporarily by a Providence; and many of the females are a dangerous his coast usual and cruising grounds of tho upon last will and Testament of r. r
W individuals from Now Providence in i in year J. K. Baron. "
:, employed manufacturing fr 'm this article and with much trouble and difficulty succeeded
eardro'f&h( and' Yur'tlc! ; with which" the wreaths and artificial flowers; aiid exhibIt I in saving a part of the cargo (of the- ALL persons interested will take Ilot;('(; I
'beaches'inbound Passing round the ves- astonishing ingenuity,and indications said wrecked schooner United States) from the above suit has been.cotr.
I temmost of these islands, if the vessel does .of a correct' taste. the beach, where it had already been placed mcncfd by attachment, and arc notified tc
not draw more than twelve feet of water, -oeo- by others. plead to the declaration filed herein.

the,navigator t leaves the New Providence THE WIFE-BY' A IINGTo:+t utv>NO. to That leave he (the said Libellant) was forced A. GORDON, Pi'ffc. Atty,
channel and steers in southern direction a small portion of cargo in the April 25 1835. 28-12w
I have often had occasion to remark the wreck being forced off by tho weather [ ]
for the Great Bahama Bank which is at
fortitude ,with, which women sustain the and that he then proceeded with the
once kn wo'by the singular i appearance of I most overwhelming reverses of fortune.- be had already saved together with cargo the N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 'Hat{
the water, 'that in consequence of the fine Those disasters which break down the Captain and crew to the port of Key West, the books for receiving subscription?
whit'sand;Jor'which! tho bottom is'oompoled of man, and prostrate him .in the dust spirit where Jio arrived on the afternoon of the to the Capital Stock of the SOUTHERN
resembles ocean of milk !-Thosur- seem to call forth all tho energies of the
rice is perfectly smooth, and the depth i is softer sex and such That as the said Libellant has been the will be opened at the office of
give and
Dot more than three fathoms, and in some elevation' their character that means of saving from the beach and bring Thomas Douglas Esq. in the City of St
at times it to this
ing the
places, when about half way over the Bank, approaches ,to sublimity. he prays that port the usual aforesaid wrecked goods, Augustine, on the second day of ;Novenj-
near what,is called the Middle Ground, on- Nothing can be more touching than to be had in the premises.process That of the this aforesaid Court her nest at 10 o'clock) A, M., and will bo

'Iy', thirteen or fourteen feet; but the ship behold a soft and tender female, who had goods be attached and sold by order of this kept open from time to time by adjournment -
ploughs her way onward for a distance; of been all weakness and dependence and Court, and that out of the proceeds of the I until the whole of tho Stork shall bf'
t eighty i or ninety miles in perfect aecurity, 'alive to every trivial roughness, while,treading sale} of the same there be paid to him(the subscribed, not exceeding thirty days.
with het keel within a distance of from the said Libellant)such a sum for salvage on the LOT CLARK
tv three feet to perhaps six inches of the bet in prosperous mental force paths of life, suddenly same as to the Court shall seem fit and as ROBERT RAYMOND REID,
to be the comforterand to law and justice shall appertain. THOMAS
tom. of her husband under'mis And whereas
supporter our said Judge of our said
Crossing the Bahama, presents one of fortune. and, abiding with unshrinking Superior Court hath ordered and directed Commissioner
the interesting appearances which can: firmness, the most bitter blasts of adversity. that Saturday next the 22d August instant June 20, 1835. [32-10\v]
\0 witnessed by the CUriOUS traveller. Not As the vine which has long twined its all persons concerned shall be and appearat
speck of. land; ,can be seen from the mast- graceful foliage about tho oak, and been the Court House at Key West in said FORECLOSURE OF JVIORTGAGE.

bead,and the water is so perfectly transparent lifted by it into sunshine, will, when the why District judgment, to chew should cause not, if any they have NOTICE is hereby given to Lacklar/!

,that every, pebble ur piece of spunge hardy plant is rued by the thunderbolt, You are therefore hereby pass authorised as prayed. Stone, that a suit will b:'
which lies on the bottom, may be distinctly cling round it with its caressing tendrils, powered, and strictly enjoined peremptori, em- instituted at the next (November) term of ,
J **een; In some.places, especially* in a di and bind up its shattered boughs; so it is ly to cite and admonish all persons whaUo- tbe Superior Court for-the Southern Districtof
rection differing from tie regular channel beautifully ordered by Providence that wo ever, having or pretending to have, any Florida, upon a mortgage held by the
way;large black spots are seen, which contrasted man, who' is the mere dependent ornament right, title, claim or interest, in or to the subscriber on two lots of ground lying :and!
'with.the astonishing whiteness of of man in his happier hours, should said wrecked goods as aforesaid, by publicly being within the limits of the town of Key
the bottom io the:vicinity, presents singular be his stay and solace, when smitten with: late serving of the the aforesaid said Capt. William S. Thomas, West, and known on the map thereof as lots
and alarming These blackeppts wrecked scbr. United No?. 2 and 3 '"
.appearance. sudden calamity; winding herself into the States with this monition, and by leaving squaic44M. .
are caused by marine vegetables, rugged recesses of his nature,tenderly supporting with him the said Thomas a true copy hereof R. F. EMERSON
;pnoClpally.spoage,6dberiag to the rockson the drooping head, and binding: up and by all other lawful ways, means and By her attorney in fact,-
the bottom, and ,carefully avoidedby the broken heart. methods, whereby ,this monition may be WILLIAM A.WlHTEHEArV:
: jibe vigilant mariner. There is sievespy r I was congratulating a friend, who made most public and notorious, to be and Key West, June 12,1835: 31-eot4ro.] :
sea ,on the, banks, excepting during had around him a blooming family, knit appear at the time and place aforesaid, be I
\violent gales, 'which1 are not frequent in i together in the strongest affection.I fore the Judge aforesaid ; and also, to attend I HESubscriberwould inform his friends I

these parts; but 'when they do occur, theagitation can wish yoa no better lot," said he with held there upon every and from session and sessions, to be l and the public, that he'is prepared to
of the water, renders the situation thence, until a definitelenteDcelball attend to any business that may be entrust
enthusiasm than have
to wife'and
a thildtea. be read and
in the ed his
pr mulged care in'the
of the vessels crossing, precarious I
very ; If you are prosperous they are to said business inclusively,if them or any of AUCTION COMMISSION LINE.
and they are not unfrequently bilged by share your prosperity; otherwise, they are them shall think it their duty to do so, to His office is up stairs in Mr. F. A. Bowne'r
striking against. .the bard bottom. Thisbottom to comfort you.*' hear,abide by and perform all and singular, '''WareHouse where hemay at all times be
bdng composed principally of particles And indeed 1 have observed, that a married such judicial acts as are necessary and by found.
of fine sand,or pebbles, particularly 'man falling into misfortune, b more Jaw requued to be done and expedited in lie takes this opportunity of rendennp
in' the fair, channel.way,and beingdestituteoC apt to retrieve his situation in the world the of premises them in the absence of them, and every I thanks for past favors, and hopes, by u remitting
marine! vegetation, affords but slight than a single one; partly because lie b And whatsoever anywise notwithstanding.._ attention to business to merit
you do in the continuance of .
temptation to the great.variety offish which stimulated premises public patronage.JOS.
to l 1t y the necessities you shall duly certily unto the J udge aforesaid A.THOURONDec. .
ere to be found m tropical climes; and iU it of the helpless and beloved beingswho ,at the time and place aforesaid,togeth [ .' C, 134. n8-tfj
seldom that fish of any kind are seen in depend upon him for subsistence butchiefly erwith these present
crossing the Great Bahama Bank, althoughin because his spirits.are soothed; and Witness the Honorable James Webb, CONVEYANCINGOFEYERYK1NDEXEcuT
the neighborhood of the Keys, they are relieved by domestic endearments, and hu Judge our wd Court this eighteenth: day
caught in great abundance. Even the voracious self-respect kept alive by finding that tho1 Gt August A. D. 183.>. 1 i'1 T TlPROMPTNESS
shark i is. rarely seen. The only)j all abroad is darkness and humiliation, yet A. M. JACKSON.
fish which seems habitually to frequent Uuj I there is a little world of love at home, of Clerk. ,

part of he tropical sea, is the Barracouter.irds which feels monarch. it THEItF.FOREKNOFYYEtoallwho day concern, that in pursuance -f the ON APPLICATION AT TIlE.OFFICL

also appear to bare abandoned this Whereas, a single roan is apt to run to bon. monition toto o4r the seal'of the er THC cinuc or rue urtatoa"iLL C1VI>: ,


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41"I't. .

: --- I A lic\, r t \L' ; *. ..' ; 'i". firucyil i iitT J on Copy \,f a letter to a highly re apcrfaWelu : a 123. Hills on London, 103 pain. ", Nor ::i
THC iN'aum a Sunday ICth inst. It commenced nn Saturday 'use in this city: To- Merchants, New York, 11.2 dis. -

KEY WEST, FLORIDA : Evening and continued increasing in Orleans. Our Sugar crops are tolerably uniform, i.1

I r force until the next when it blew ( oxst'rATr: U. S. 1\. Campenchy: t and the weather is fcvbrnble for an averageone. .;
morning, '
I "SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 183;;. : :\;itI June, In:.!5, !5 P. M. { Tor Coffee, the prospects are said to
with more violence than is recollected:' to be good 'I 1 he of
', .: Gentlemen-I enclose you abill of lading i very crop 1832-3 whole
FROM: CnAIU } S1'ON. have been experienced for some years. Wo tor part of the personal efforts now sent by Island) was about 65 rnillionC-Ill3.1-4 about

The mail schr. Laura, Capt. Walker, arrived have not as yet learnt of any damage sustained the brie Ajax, (frefclit: paid lore,) for which 40 millions-1G34-5 rather less. The prow

I at this, port on the 19th inst. bringing by Mr. M'Grcpor wrote hy the Auumi to pet ing: crop however cannot reach that of>'32
insurance and wish to 3, which was the largest ever made in th'e
, + proceed with tllo remainder
the 1st of August mail. We have received Island..
'i as soon as possible to New Orleans.
our regular files of newspapers,from which, OF THE SCHOONER Were my affairs arranged, I should endeavor It is a long time since: you have paid yifc.

c we select tho following items of intelligence.A UNITED STATES-CAPT. THOMAS. to escape this night from the risk of visit. Many and great have been the chaos

number of incendiary publications for We noticed in our last, that the Brig Algcritir death to which I am exposed by theme ma-. ges since you were last, here. The publo(
king here of the general' protest relative to works in tho City and.its vicinity, and the
had of
circulation among the blacks, having been spoken on tho 31st July north '
the brig Ophir.! Shou'd'not a vessel! of war extensive corrections former ab'nacs-of!
received in Charleston attack was made Hillsborough Inlet, the schr. United States relieve us in a few days, neither Capt. Brit- Government and local police, evince de.

on the Post Office between 10 and 11 o'- 20 days out from Charleston bound to this tingham nor myself can expect any mercy gree of energy and independence in the char

clock on the night of the 29th July, with port. Three or four days. after, in a severe from these despots. Youraf'&c. actcr: of our present Governor Don. Miguel\
(I. PERRINE.: Tacon, the exercise of which have apparently .
perfect coolness and deliberation, and entrance gale, she was driven on shore a few miles been deemed until now, incompatible ,

having been effected by wrenching north of Cape Florida nnd entirely lost. A WHEREABOUT is KEY WEST 1" with the office and the people. Tbo, lino of R I

open one of the windows, the packages containing part of her cargo has been saved in a damaged the Rail Road has been surveyed by the
A correspondent in a letter lately received -
the incendiary matter were carried state and brought to this port by the engineers sent hither by tho Spanish
i wishes us in our next to inform him Minister at Washington, and the i first 'sec-
off. The Courier observes We wrecking schr. Amelia Roberts. -A
: trust Capt. tion of 12 miles is
whereabout Key West is located, adding to be immediately com
that this proceeding will tend to open the large portion of the cargo was pilfered by "I !have looked on all the maps within my mcnccd. The whole 36 miles (to Guines, .

eyes of our northern friends to the necessity the Indians who appropriated to themselvesthe South side) will be a Government work -
reach for it but in vain. AI have '
we rea But let that be into
of some energetic step to prevent the several articles of merchandise as they put. operation (audit Y
son to believe that numbers arc similarly will be, as the money was raised in London t
unwarrantable and criminal interference of drifted on shore with little hesitation, and
loan and lateral
situated, we comply publicly with out by ,) branches will be made
northern fanaticism with southern interests, it was found impossible to prevent them. friend's request.It by privato companies until the benefits of

I and even induce our northern enemies to The United States had on board our July the system are extended throughout all this

I pause in their work of reckless mischief.- mail, which was received on the 15th inst. is amusing to observe the. different locations part of the Island.: Fven' now the interestof
given to our little Island on the let money is down to 7 a 8 pr c. flcranburn,
I :i The exposure of the U. S. mail and Post much damaged by tho water. It was bro't "
\ and could.we but see our
ters received at the Post Offico from all way UI t&
1 Offices to mob violence, which, however down by W. R. Hachlcy Esq 'who happened the future tranquilIty th clcal" rlIn.h
parts of the Uuion, and it is well that there
temperate now, may ultimately fall into its to be in the vicinity of the wreck with try, tile millions of capital : dor
are not as Key Wests as there are
many mint in the chests of the timid or'if
usual and his boat. you
dangerous is
excesses evil of
SpringGelds and Franklins. Many persons will, the prudent, would soon find its
serious magnitude and and Lieut. Bcufort of the Rev. Service was a :
general concern,
\ '. only know Florida as divided into the two among the industrious and cntcrprizing and
.; ore that ought not to be thus wantonly pro- passenger in the schooner and came from the wholo Island would feel its effects in
provinces of East and West, which was the
I, voked. the wreck in Mr. Ilacklcy's boat. every branch of its already extended come
case wile it was tinder the domination of
t mercial and
( U The only regret we feel in relation to -<).c:>- : agricultural enterprise. I have
Great Britain and Spain,but within whichof seen recently in a New York .
f this affair arises By the John Dennison, Capt. Cold,arrived paper a notice
from the fact, that arranges of the Commerce of the Island
have received Charleston these divisions to place Key West, is a tit ,
s ments had been made at the Post Office in yesterday, we Cuba" in which the Export aro seldomat '
differ' solved and
question ntly -
I this city, to arrest the circulation of the papers up to tho 6th Aug. They contain consequently less than 15 millions. 'I his is the Custom

i incendiary'matter until instructions but little intelligence of importance more we are sometimes in East and sometimesiu Houso valuation. What are tho facts, br 1 l

be received could than was brought by the mail.A West Florida, according to the caprico of what is tho proper mode of estimating the
I the Post Office Department different individuals, while very few give value of these Exports-by the cost on board
committee of 21 I,consisting of the most
l at Washington. It might, perhaps, us our proper location in South Florida, to according to Invoice, is it not) Thus then'
have been better to have awaited the resultof respectable citizens of Charleston, had been which since the subdivision of the the year 1835 may give in export as follows:

the application for instructions before appointed to take all necessary means to Territory Havana, Matanzas, St Jagti, and Trinidad .
into Judicial Districts we legitimately 600,000 boxes Sugar, at an of
to prevent the circulation of the tracts &c. average
11 proceeding extremities. WtJ of the abolitionists, and arrangements had belong. Somo writers, however, do not 8 12 rs. only or $25 per box, $15,000,000
40 millions of Coffee, at $10 4,000,1000Segars
trouble themselves with
I The people of Madison County, (Miss.) been made with the Post master to preventthe particularly specifying I and Leaf Tobacco, 2,000,000

have been in much alarm from fear of insurrections circulation of them if received at the our peculiar section, but dump us as Molasses, 150,000 hhds, at $15 2,250,000

the New Yorkers say, in '* Florida", Rum Honey and Wax,
among the negroes, in conse- Post Office. gener 750,000, .., .
quence of the excitement created among The merchants of Charleston have also ally-to this we have no objection, but we I ,. '

them abolitionists I must demur- to being classed, as we arc $44,000.000Say ,
by committee of 13 resolved'to deal with no northern merchants

appointed by the citizens of Madison with Vho favor the schemes and projects of the sometimes, among the Welt India. Now twenty-four millions.or about onefourthor

full authority to try, condemn, and executeall abolitionists. and then we are set afloat in the Gulf of one-fifth of tho whole of the 17. State

suspicious personages brought before I ) Mexico, and not long ago we saw a letter, The'item of Segars is not overcharged, on

\ them, hung on the 4th July two white I The Schr. Laura, Capt. Walker, which the writer of which, supposing probablythe the contrary 1 think the amount should be

men who found arrived here on the 19th inst. from Charleston Gulf of Mexico not large enough to increased. After this exposition do you
were guilty of abetting tho
wonder that 1 should hazard tho
and ,bringing the Mail, having experienced hold us, kindly located: us in the Atlantic suppositiqathat
negroes, a number ot others were publicly there are -Millions of,dormant capJa -
whipped, receiving from 50 to 150 lash- (a heavy gale which lasted two or three days, Ocean-about as definite adircction as"any ( !" bere. Yours & .'t (I.l.Wif:1 &2L :

.,os each, ana banished from the State.. i carried away her main-boom. The schr. where in America," tho one usually resorted .c .

would have made her voyage in 8 or 9 days, to by Irishmen at home when addressing [from the Washington Globe,June 20.} t

I The U. S. Frigate Constellation is ordered had she not have met with these di16cuJt es. their wandering offspring in this couo ArrorNTMENT BT Tilt: PKXSIDCMT.: \
WrrtUM MARVIN, to be Attorney:.f to the West Indies. She is to bear try. "
some the Southern District. Florida. It
the broad pendant of Com. Dallas who is We have numbers of the '"
Such being the diversity of opinion as to PAUSKNGKRS t
to command the squadron in place of Com. American Magazine printed in Boston.- -
Per Brig Algerine for New York, Mr. P.
situation it not be amiss
our to throw
Henley dec'd. Private letters received by I Not having perused the work,we are unableto may J. Fontane, Lady and servant, Mr. Townsend -

the mail state it to be uncertain whetherthe say any thing of its merits, but that it is some light upon the truth. ,and Capt. Morrel brig John Drit n.

neatly executed. I. West from Per Brig Somerset for 6t. Marks, Col.
Com. will sail before October. Key ,on copies Spanish maps,
P. Greene and Thos. Eastlo.Eul. V., S.
is commonly designated as Huttta "
The whole of the Stock to the Lake ; Marshal.
Capt. Read of the has been
Navy, sen- or Bono Key, a name given to it from the ,
Wimico and St. Canal Company
Joseph's Bay !
tenced to a suspension from the service for ," is subscribed for. number of bones found upon it, the result of ffiarfnc gntcUfflcucc. : "

one year He was tried upon five distinct .o-- a famous battle fought by the aborigines, p o it T u 1it B Y w ri TA .;

charges, each having three specifications. The Revenue Cutter Jefferson, Captain and which the English, with their talent for UR1VED August 15-bchr .boat FireFly

.. Charge I<'irst-Conduct unbecoming an Jackson, was dismasted on north Edisto bar transforming foreign. words into those of from wreck Sctr. U nit .d.Statcit witb

officer and a gentleman. SecondOppreslion. July 14th. their mother. tongue, easily changed into U. 8. Mail.

Third-Cruelty. Fourth-Scandalous .c--: Key West. On other maps, tho'Kcy is styled ,16-Sloop Sarah Isabella to,F Thompson'A BrownerI8Schr. ,reef

conduct. Fifth-Violation of the 30th Late arrivals from the Mexican Ports Tfumpton't; Hand," and in the centra
article of actfor the better of pre Amelia, Roberts, New -River, ,
the Navy of the U. States. government sent most lamentable pictures aggressions of it is placed.,iU ,on," names recognised Merchandise from wreck'schr.. U. bta'tes ;
for short time while this the to Fit Browne..'
Upon the first charge the Court found I a was Naval
him "guilty under the charge itself, of conduct upon American Commerce, and we trust Depot of tho U. S. in these seas, but Schr. Fair American, Coomb..nee;

unbecoming an officer, but not guiltyof that our Government will no longer submitin now nerer heard applied to Island or Town. to F A Browne.
19 Schr. Laura Walker Charleston
that which him with ,
part cbarges con-
duct unbecoming a gentleman. silence to the depridations upon property These different names given to the Islandis Mdze to 0 O'Hara, and U. S. Mail. ,

The court also found !him guilty of the 2d and the attempts on the lives of American ono reason why a difficulty is met with in 50-Sloop Relief, Woodward, Havana.to .

and 5th charges ; guilty of all the specifications citizens which seem to attend the inter finding it on some map. tinier its present master.
21-Schr.; John Denisoo, Cold. Charleston
of the 3d and 4th charges, but net course with these ports which ever party 'title. Its west endr that occupied by the sundries '".,
to master.
of the themselves. ,
guilty charges Upon has the ascendancy. Among other articles town is in Latitude 24 3336 north
this finding, the Court do hereby sentencethe Longitude SAILED-August 15-,Sloop Mary Ace {

accused, Capt. George C. Read, to be on the, subject,we select the following from 81 5230 West, about 50 miles S, W. Ximenez, Havana o ,

i suspended from the service of the U. States the New Orleans Bulletin/ inserted in the from Capo Sable, and about 80 miles north, 10 -Brig AlgerleeCooper, NewYQrl' ,
Brig Homerset Lewis St. Mark.p
for one year" Charleston Courier. a little easterly from Havana. The Island 20 Relief Woodward.ISwaiatScbr.
The -Sloop a
1st July decision and the was made by the Court on Capt. Marsb, of the brig Ajax,just arriv- is about4 miles in length, and varies very ..Laura,Walker, Charleston?*

Navy Department, sentence the 10th.r approved. by the ed from Campcachy, informs us that the considerably in breadth,stretching from N. Sloop Eden, ,Havana/ I <. ,
greatest alarm existed at that place among E. to S. W_the general course'of the Florida = 1<' at .CArdS j 1.\JI $' LE. :-'
all American citizens assassination
,fearing ,
r It appears by a message from the Lieut. with which they were openly threatened by Reef; from the outer edge of which, undersigned hating purchased t

Governor of the Bahama Islands, to the the desperadoes in office. The American it distant about nine miles. ffaWtP' IIIE Gen ral La; Fafayette. the town-
House of Assembly, that the British Gov- si in ; granted to '
ernment have in Contul was compelled to keep within doors, .- Florida hint by
"acquiesced the
proposal barricaded and armed, apprehending an the Coogrew of the United ''States offer
of the
6 Spanish Government
from letter
to Extract received
erect a light a by a gentleman
attack. In fact, such was the dispositionof *""
i house on Key Sal Bank, with the understanding in in this city from his friend in Havana the same for sale. .
the office since
that the arrangement does not in persons the appearance ,dated, This lard Is situated: in the immediate
of the Protest of the of
any degree affect the question of right ont brig Ophir and others,which portrayed Captain their the AUGUST, Jl'J5. neighborhood of'Tallahassee,and is '*!$*.

either side, but that the rights of both parties worthless characters so correctly, that no We are in tho midst of the dullest season ed, for fertility of soil nod local adVanti.PCS .
are to stand Cast"as.. 'would have of the After the the
they year. proximo 'than
American was safe ; and unless several U. to be more valuable an/mother
done, if no new light house had been fall vessels from Rhode Island ;
erect- States vessel well manned with marines, provision and land irt the Territory. $
ed by the Spanish Government; also, that Boston will begin to arrive and create fresh
to chastise them shore be immedi of the
so as on The Southwestern part towns ip
the Spanish Government bad of themselves demand for our own which is already
produce, '
fi decided not only to erect the light house in ately sent to be down subject,our to countrymen would continue very high and scarce. Coffee is almost adjoins thecii o(Tallahas9cc'from. wh ch
question but other which be every degradation.Capt. exhausted to the dipping port of St. Marts a
and the point
any may considered M:further states, tbat he beard,while price-or 103 a $123 f
necessary for the safety of navigation there, of an American officer who had attempted next to nominal. Brown Sugar, 9 a 0 1-2 distance of about twenty rnilcs, a fail, road: "

in that quarter; and urther, that in to go to the city from 'one of our n. Yellow,'10 a 11 rs. Whites, 13 a 14 it ;in contemplation' (fo be.made Iri \ blipr

pursuance of this ar"'.Dement..t.b&British. sloops of war, and who had, by adverse rs. Molasses sour and higb.. Flour $16 times T ? ,
Naval Commander has been instructed to winds, been compelled to land about five a 16 1-2 looking up. Lard, olhJeriorqlJal navigation: of Uw St.; lark has tech

communicate with the Captain General of miles distant from Campcachy, where be ity,plenty at 12 12 to 14, bStterand .superior recently removed {4A a J"OintwilMn'0 mile
Cuba on the subject, in order the work and bis 14 |.2to 16 and wanted. Hams, 103
men were the
subject to of thq of
greatest Southeastern the Jownship.
be \
may commenced and exec rat! with.the
insult-were imprisoned and threatened
which will and
least possible delay; *This than rdjiavigaUon/OT 0 cheap
Latitude U
be tied to the tales of asses and dragged up higher certain ? !
traoYpurtatlou for product
Lights are much required,dot only on the to Cam peachy. This they made a fublic that generally given( ,to the island, but we This fand
Kef Sal Bank, but at several! other places boast of. A vessel diawiog over 8 feet water 'hare reason to believe Is its correctness, ithaving will bo .epld in parceb
cannot within 10 those wishing to purchase,on a credit from
in thee and approach Campelcb
seas, we ate consequently pleased miles, which makes armed vessels, wit'Jout been calculated Ly a gantleman of five lo eight i years at reasonable .prig- tt

that the Spanish Government i* evincing a good force of marines and boats, of little, experience from observation by correct instrument (hose : <
a disposition: to erect then*. service *. to either of the undersigned


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April. 86,50 55,75 76,487 30,' 12,50 5,00 8,9Sn J 2 1,150; I LADY'S BOOK tribute constantly and liberally to its columns -
May. . 86,15 70,00 19,175 167S 11,60. 575 9,400 2 6 3.610JuDe. : A monthly Magazine,* containing Tales: who are interested in its success
'v .. 89.50 3,50 80,9'7'7 16,00 11,50 .4,60 8,500 J 12 3,150 I, original and selected, Moral and Scientific and who think the present a favorable June
July.. . 89,50 ,73,75 82,491. .. 151.'; X12,00 7,00 f 8,917 3 I 12 3,255 Essays, Poetry, from the best authors tore for the commencement of such an en-
----- ---. the Quarterly representation of terprize. It will be printed in an octavo

Thermometers are' .* RtmiEnrotir/s self horizontal thermo.Lte Ladies Fashions, adopted in Philadel form, on fine paper, in monthly numbers of
1 0:=]-The Registering 'phla-colored. Music of the newest 6G pages each, and will be put to press, as

," kept within doors, but illa free circulation of air during the night as well, as the styles, &c. &c. soon as a sufficient number of subscriberscan
Published, regularly on thefrst day of every be obtained to authorise its publication
day. month by Lows A. GODEY, at J\To. 3, The "Journal" will be furnished to subscribers

l j thcnian Buildings, Franklin Place, at five dollars per annum, payableat
V 0 Philadelphia. tho expiration of six months from tlis!
if ,PRbSPECTUS OF THE ., on Saturday, Nov. 8, 1834. The work Embellished: with a beautiful: nnd extensive dale of the first number.

I r TALLAHASSEE GAZETTE & GENERAL ADVEfcEISXR. will be published weekly, each number variety of engravings, from original: DANIEL K. WHITAKER
: containing eight large quarto page: s-equal and selected designs, both colored and Charleston, 24th March, 1835.
The undersigned propose to publish in to sixty duodecimo pages: :" of miscellaneous ., plain, with two engraved title pages, nnd At a meeting of The Literary and Philosophical

the Cityof Tallahassee,Florida, a weekly : and original matter,printed superior two distinct indexes, (intended to perfect Society of South Carolina, cor:
dews per entitled the Tallahassee Ga- white paper, with perfectly) new type. A .1 separate volumes in the year,) also,a choice vcned on the 27th March, 1835, the following .
.. trctte d 6eeer<&Advertiser." Itscolumns handsome title page and correct index will collection of Music. original( and selected, Resolution was offered by Benjamin
will or devoted to Politics, Internal ,Im. be furnished,and the work at the end of arranged for the piano or guitar, with near Elliott, Esq., seconded by Mye'rM. Cohen,

;; pr vements.nnd General Intelligence,com the year, will form an excellently printed ly 600 pages large octavo letter press, and Esq., and unanimously adopted:-
prising the news of the day, both Foreign volume of four hundred and sixteen pages, only THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. "Resolved, That The Literary fy Philosophical ,
end Domestic. equal to three thousand duodecimo pages. Each numbe rof this periodical contains Society understand, with high

Inaccordanbe with custom,the publish. The volume will contain twenty-six 48 pages of extra royaloctavo letterpress, gratification, that Mr. Whitaker is about
era will proceed in a very brief manner, to pieces of music for the Piano Porte, FJuto:, printed with clear,new, and beautiful type, commencing a monthly Journal, to bo deVoted -
lay before the public an analysis of the plan &c., equal, to one hundred of common (arranged after the manner of the Londbk.. to the advancement of Southerc
,qn.Mhich the Gazette will be conducted. sheet music which could not be purchased "La Belle Assemblee,") on paper of intP J.Jteralurc'Dl1d, with pleasure, declare: their
.\ They will endeovor steadily to keep in separately for less than five dollars ; and finest texture and,whitest color. It is em- opinion of his full qualification for'uch,an

view,the landmarks of, the Constitution of the publishers are determined to procure bellished with splendid Engraving on Cop- undertaking, and :comply with his requestto !
the' United'States, by which they hope tq the simple rather than tho complex and per and Steel, executed by artists of the bit permitted to publish the proceedingsof

,steer their course aright. As moderation difficult. highest skill and distinction,and embracingevery the society, nnd such communication(
':rid firmness will be our motto, we will bo I. Although the publishers place no depen- variety of subjects.-Among these to the society, as I the curators may appiovc.
F ''alow to,brand with heresy, those politicians dence whatever, in the support of it, as a are illustrations of Popular Legends, Romantic (Signed) JOSEH1 JOHNSON,

who, may honestly differ in opinion from literary paper, upon its cngravingsyet there Incidents, Attractive Scenery, and President, pro tcrr.
l iis.:, ;It is our design fairly to report the will be presented occasionally, plates from portraits of Illustrious Females. The number JACOB DE LA MOTTA, Secretary

I passing political news of the day,; the political copper and wood of beautiful workmanshipand commencing each quarter contains a ,' O Subscriptions to the above wn views that we may nave occasion toM finish.? Already have appeared a beau picture of the existing Philadelphia Fashions I I' be received at this Office. April 21.
',qd vocatc,shall be dispassionately discussed, tifully engraved portrait James Fenimore designed, engraved and colored ex-
i' so,far:as we'are concerned; 'and we hope Cooper, executed on steel, and a chaste pressly for this work, by competent persons PROSPECTUS

our friends who may favor us with communications vignette, title page,engraved on copper.Its specially engaged for that purpose.. The Of the Third Volume of the
will observe the same rule, otherwise contents will be various and ,spirited, Embellishments of this charter which have PARLOR MAGAZINE.A .
they.wiW be rejected. In the observance making an elegant paper for the parlor,and appeared m former numbers,.are confessedly WEEKLY devoted to Literature
of this course, we hall act with strict for'tho lover of polite:literature; as contributions superior to any which'have heen furnished and the paper Fine Arts the Drama
impartiality.. will be secured from some of the in any other similar American publication ;
the Fashions Tales :
Essays Biographica'Sketches
', It will be the aim of the publishers to most popular American authors. and from the arrangements.which hays the; ; of Women; Ham
History :
Tender to their,patrons all ,the satisfaction The work will be printed as well, and been made,,there is every reason to believe less Satire; Review of New Works; &\:.
"they are capable of bearing in mind the contain as much reading matter as any I they will improved in the coming vol. &c. and ;embellished with ,superior Engravings :
old ace:they t would please' every body ,\similar qu..rto.paper now published, in the umes. In addition to the several Embellishments l- ; Fine Wood Cuts Plato of tljt
gill United States and it can safely and truly' number ; ;
t w ; just to, every lErcc
,. ,1 :Jt1t'l*t QMrJiowever, a design to puruoi be called the cheapest journal of the kind.' contains several Engravings; on wood representing Fashions' and: Music.in Price doJUr! ;
payable advance.
course::untrammelled by the shackles oftny To Boston,and to Massachusetts In particular i-i! foreign and,native scenes, curi ,*per annum, : tit
tf/rhe now
,party, we,would, not be understood asibejogindiJ and to New: :England: the publisher .' ous and interesting subjects,natural history, meridian of-,its popularity and as aspiring
T8nt to UIQ,importance of cor* looks for patronage. Entomology, Conchology, Numerous Incidents ;
.:t rect pincjples.. They,.wish however ,xlis 1 J TERMS-Three dollars per annum,if paidin Ornamental Productions, Embroidery hopes without a shadow, and clctldksi

l tinctly (o have it known,that they will neither advance-four'dollars if not paid until ,'and other needle work, 'Riding, Dancing cheer prospects it without its a horizon, continue t Ie
;lead, the tan nor follow the ,train of the expiration of the year-two dollars for &c., besides .one or more- pieces of on way, \vc may reasonably anticipate
t Political six months, be'paid in advance. Music for it a long day of triumph. Fa
Designing Intriguers,-who ate men popular arranged for 'the Piano or
mechanical l
:;of principle'in proportion? to their interest. Any person procuring five 'subscribers Guitar. general appearance, arrange
1' eVeru columns of the Gazette",will be' and,remitting the money for: the same will Every six-numbers of the work form an ment, and typographical execution, it may
t appropriated (6"Essays of a moral and mis- be entitled to sixth copy gratis. elegant volume suitable for binding and justly assert its claims to rank among tho
most beautiful ) in the Unite.4
cellaneous character, under the head of Orders, with the payment, she'uld be sent with these are furnished gratuitous a superbly periodicals .
"Reading: for Saturday Evening.0 immediately. If any person'desire to secure engraved title page and a general States.-TI-3 Literary: department is contributed

The publishers .are..fully aware of the the back numbers, a few setts of which index of contents. OT: The terms of the to by many of'the ablest writers
Difficulty their undertaking, but placep remain on hand, application must be made ,Lady's Book arc three dollars ia adtancc in the country-men whose names, if they
immediately. gave: us permission .to ,use them, would
t j'etiance.on'the.pubUc\liberality; and Persons remitting Ten Dollars shall be entitled -
'believe that diligent ntfOdto, business, 'Boston;Nov., 1834. to four copies of the work. Persons save us the trouble of circulating our claims

tend jealous' effort Jaserve! the public will t'I GREAT NATIONAL" WORK\\ remitting Fifteen Dollars shall be- entitledto on the public!. through trIO medium of &

Qccure,to.themselves a liberal share of pat- six copies of the work, and additional prospectus.For
selection the of all:
AMERICAN MAGAZINE literary gardens
iTonage, copies of the best engravings. Persons
The .City of Tallahassee Of useful and : America and half Europe are open to us
being locatedin EAtettaining Knowledge,to procuring Ten Kew Subscribers, and forwarding I
the of be illustrated numeroes so that if we fail in'this particular the defect -
,centre and surroundedby by Engravings. the cash for the same, besides a
manYDa ,advantages, possessing in BY THE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY. discount of fifteen per cent., shall be pre- must be only attributed to a want of

.t a given,''space?:aroand its centre, a larger ,The success which has attended the pub seated with a copy of the third volume of duo taste.attention.-TIm "Fashions"We have shall made meet with
'population \ that of,any other portion I lication of the best Magazines from the the work superbly' bound. arrange:
merits to obtain the earliest
.of,tbtti Territory within! the same limits,has intelligencefrom
English Press has led for
to preparations
but oDO weekly newspaper. In additionto PROSPECTUSOf I London and Paris, in respect to the
this there'are many(valuable sections of issuing a periodical more particularly adap a Monthly Magazine, to be entitled various changes, which 51:311.00 inserted ns
'ted to the and,
wants taste of the American '
THE SOUTHERN received. The Parlor
LITERARY soon as
which doubt will
country, we not, on be'brought
While 1
i into cultivation should the public. be the object of the To be published in Charleston,S. C. shall be occasionally! embellished wi'':
present proprietors to,make the work strictly what numerous literary periodi i- beautiful engravings upon j interesting sul'
the of the be
ces.or. great staple, country WHILE
its title indicates it
maintained 'which contain issued from the American jects; and plates of the newest fashion I
the population; of the/Territory.considerably augment all'articles of interest to its patrons, Press, which are liberally patronized; it has plain or colored, as! c circumstances'!

From the considerations stated above, which 8pPea'r in'foreign Magazines. been>> a subject of general regret, that since permit, besides wood cuts in a great variety,
we have BO hesitation ia believing that we Extensive preparations have been enter the discontinuance of that able work, the I and a piece of original or well selected
-xnay with'confidence ed into, both -with artists and Authors, to Southern Review, there has been no Magazine Music, at least twice month. ,
Success of our undertaking, rely on-complete the support furnish, from: all:parts of the Union, drawings established in South Carolina, affording (:Highly finished portraits cf all the
and illustrations of every subject oflintesggtfMyhich a suitable medium British and
of a generous public. through which the great American poet, -fio?:
f C0Nnrr'toNI--'the"Tallahassee Gazette the publishers confidently opinions of our best writers ,might be Chaucer downward, are in preparation
-and General,Advertised will published believe* will enable them to issue a work brought to; bear directly and usefully upon and will appear in the Magazine from: time
; honorable. to,its title and acceptable to the the public mind It is to- time with
with view the
011, a super royal sheet, at four dollars a to meet a general critique on au-
annum payable in advance or on delivery per American The ,.People. this demand, that the publication of this thor's works, annexed to each ; ,the ,bead J
of the first dumber. Four dollars and firty American Magazine is ,published Journal is proposed-and that the general ,and review of Shakspeare .will be forthcoming -
cents if paid after the expiration of six monthly-each number containing between and substantial support of the citizens of in February-Bryant' will follow
months, or five dollars if paid at the close forty and fifty imperial octavo pages,at Two jhe South, is'respectfully solicited. To this paragraph, we would respectfully
lf the year Dollars,per annum,payable in advance. The proposed Magazine will consist of call the reader's: attention,as the undertaking

No subscription,will be received for a less Sketches It comprises-Portraits and Biographical original communications on Literary and is one of the greatest ex lsense and 'la

term than one year, and the paper will not Views of distinguished Americans. Scientific subjects, of notices! of recent :. bor. The likeness shall ell be taken: by
be discontinued without.orders until all arrearages and ; of( Public Buildings, Monuments, publications: particularly in the departmentof the best master.

are paid. the boundless improvements! ; .Landscape scenery light and fugitive Literature, of popular The,Magazine is printed on super-roP
.variety.and of which tales
Tho first number will be issued duringthe in this,country, .will form beauty eocutions suggested of by historical and local) as. paper, in quarto form, and stitched in'
unceasing Poetry and '
Poetical Intelli
ensuing summer or early in the f.II.o .--* source of instruction and handsome cover.
Communications addressed to the publishers 'cravings and gratification En gence.;: Its columns are intended to afford 'Ql rce 67 Liberty-street Ngw- ork.
descriptions: chara'cter1 a vehicle for the free
t must be post paid. habits but temperate, discojsioo ** > win=
dtc., of Birdy-Beasts! ; Fishes, 'apJ} of all questions, which,'from their Editors of Newspapers!
J Insects,togetber with every subject comer, importance, interest attraction to exchange with us, will oblige by copying
DAVID,SHEFFER. are deserving -
ted with the this and their
y' '\ ,Geography, History, Natural of the attention of educated prospectus forwarding paper.
an ,
Tallahassee,April?, 1835. arid artificial resources of the -
country, dips| community. If It shall become what its
,lusfoN PEARL, AND LITERARYGAZETTE. trated in familiar and popular manner tame imports, a Journal of strict, Southern 1 WE are authorized to so-
BOSTON BEWICK CO.] .Literature-if it shall serve to place 'Bounce W.M. B. JACK--
BAAC C. FEAT, EDITOB.THE Ho 47 Court Street.O7Editoi's record 'true account of the upon feel fro* JEY,JEq. as candidate
ninth number of the Fourth of opinions, to repreientMonroefpuptjia
; Newspapers' throughout? lags, habits, and general tone of
Ium. waa issued at Boston,Mass, the United State, who will publisb the of an enthusiastic! high-minded thinking people rilorj.the ntxt/LeeWative 7/ March 24,1535.(22te1 Council c/lbw Te

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