Key West enquirer
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00049046/00039
 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 29, 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: UF00049046:00039

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, rayww OP TUB PAPER ment are r'gutarJy'and promptly paid for Y ;,
TIIEEJV'QUIRERiSPubtrshed every Saturday .. .. and in addition l6 the many\ wuicrsvho
morning, at FIVE DOLLAUS per have favored us with :articles during the I'

aDuwn. past year and whose essays will continue'
'j ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at'the rate of in enrich our columns,wo l have the promisn

#: One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of of assistance from others whose names arc

i fifteen lines,) Cents for the for first each insertion subsequent, andgeventvFive ..Q.IB.a. already well known to their countrymen. n,

1 \I continuance. All Advertisements will be We do not parade I the name,as is the fast,

't continued until otherwise ordered. None .. ion of some; but wo confidently appeal to
I than" the experience of the past year asalFording
considered less
be a
1 will square. EDITED BY JESSE ..JJTKINSO'
i (:7-No subscription will be discontinued : an earnest of our zealous, untiring and \vo
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:i (unless at the option of the Editor,) until all MoanBVOL 1. n -- trust not altogether unsuccessful exertionsto J

arrears are paid. 1. KEY WEST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 835. NO. 3t). render the literary character! of tho New
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,J 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 tho whole length and breadth ot class! in this country. \

UnITE omposing Sticks, Brass Galleys, Imposing the United States. II. Political Intelligence.-In this den
s & WILLIAM HAGAR, Stones In this view have secured new aid
R Paper and Press Boards, they
partmcnt docs the New-Yorker ,
. ESPECTFULLY Inform the Printers Standing Presses, Furniture, together witha in the editorial department. The late editor present J
. of the United States, to whom they have complete assortment of all articles usedin of the Juvenile Rambler, who in addi anomaly in the history tho newspaper R

r long! been individually known as established a Printing Office will be kept constantlyon tion to his qualifications as a writer for the press of the'' Union. Our plan femi
I Letter Founders, that they have now formed hand. young, has the advantage of many years ex- braces the collection of every important

I a co-partnership in said business, and Small fonts, ftiitablc for Bookbinders, perience as a teacher, will henceforth assist item of political intelligence\ -wl.atever bd
hope from their united skill and experience, in called in it. its character and
great variety, may be had when conducting bearing-in the languageof
to be able to give full satisfaction to all who for. We propose to present in the progress of 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 interesting regard to tin preservation of
The introduction of machinery in placeof promptly'and most carefully attended to, important topics, among which are the fol an unquestioned
neutrality between tho
tho tedious and unhealthy practice of contending I ,
and particularly in supplying SORTS for all lowing:
casting type by band, long a desideratum by fonts furnished by their, predecessor, Bin I. Natural History,of beasts, birds, fishes parties, opinions and sectional divisions, i, :

the Eurepean and American Founders,was, ny & Runaldsdn, and Richard llonaldson.Stercotypinin reptiles, insects, plantsflowers! trees, existing in I he country. The Editor refers
by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure ) all its branchegie ccutcdby the human frame&c. with ft 'proud satisfaction to the fact, that

of time and money,on the part of our L. Johnson heretofore. II. Biography ; especially for the young. throughout lib past year, lie has presented

senior partner, first successfully accomplish JOHNSON & SMITH. III. Geography ; accounts places,manners a minuto and circumstantial arconnt of au '
. 1 ed. Extensive use of the machine cast letter No. 0 Philadelphia, 1833. customs&c. the elections which' have taken
t( place in the
has fully tested and_ established its superiority IV Travels and in various
O.j GeorgiSt.Newspapers who insert Voyages ; several Slltles
,during an ardent
, in every particular, over that cast this and forward a paper parts of the world. eminently
and excited c8m'ass'whhout
"' by the old process. containing it tq.J. & S. will be entitled to V. Lively descriptions of the curiosities once incurring
K: The Letter Foundry business will here- $3, payable in'cttlcmcnt of their accounts of nature and art; ; in each of the United. the censure or even .the 'exception of any

: after be carried on by tho pal tics -before when their bills amount to not less than $10.J. States, and in other countries.VI. political journal. And, while fib reserves ,

named under the firm of White,Hagar&co.. & 3. Lessons on objects that' daily surround to himself the right of commenting briefly

:1 Their: specimen exhibits a complete series children in the parlor, nursery, ga1'den&c but freely on the topics of tho diy, and of

front Diamond to 14 lines Pica. Tho Book CHEAP, V ALUA LE'ND INTERESTING WORK Accounts of trades and employ. offering such suggestions the aspects'tsf?
and News type being in the most modern
and Tht Family Physician and Gazette of Human ments. the imes may seem to require, he yefhqld .
light style. '
VII. Particular duties of tho { to
White, Hagar & Co. are agents for the Life. young himself pledged that such remarks shall not
.f. sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses Being a Library of Health and Ilygcnic, parents, teachers, brothers,sisters, &e. \ interfere, in any material degree, with the
VIII. lessons and stories. '
which they can furnish to their customers and of Popular and General Medical Bible' views, the doctrines or tile projects of any

at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, Knowledge, rendered familiar to every IX. Narratives ; such as arc well authenticated political 1 party. lie cherishes tho confidentexpectation : 1

; Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and 'every individual: embracing every subject con /original tales. ,that the files of the New-Yor

, article used in the Printing Business, kept nected with, the prevention, treatment, X. ParablAs, fables,and proverbs,where ker will hereafter bo referred to for the truth
: for sale, and furnished on the shortest no- and cure of diseases-the qualities of the morals is obvious and excellent.
tice. Old type'taken in exchange for new medicines-their good and ill effects on of any controverted statement regarding
XI. to the
Poetry adapted
; youthful capacity
health the of secret the results of elections &c. &c. since its
F at 9) cents per pound. ingredients or patent and feelings. ,
N. B. Newspaper Proprietors who give medicines-the true principles of eat- XII. Intelligence j embracing/ accountsof establishment, with mutual deference; and

the above three insertions, will be entitledto ing and drinking, creating- drinkingto Juvenile books, societies, andremarka( with entire conviction! of absolute( certain fyl

Five Dollars in such articles as they may live-domestic cookerychemistryand ble occurrences'lacy III. General fntrUfcence-Consisting( or

select from our specimen. a great variety of, curious, valuable, !\ of these subjects will illustrated Foreign and DomeslicPJews, Literary .(tfms.

New York, 1835._ and importance interesting to all knowledge, and hitherto,of the highest hidden by numerous and beautiful engravings, prepared Statistics, Brief N<)i fees'of,tho Drama &:c

NEW YORK TYPE FOUN- from the mass of mankind. by the best artists,and selected witha However It may be the fortune of otbdr
The subscribers respectfully view not only to adorn the work, but to lo obtain tho confidence and 'patron
inform the printers that have Contributed. to by a number of practising improve the taste, cultivate the mind" and '
t they recently tho public, on the credit of;prospective imp
Physicians.The raise the affections of the
youth ,

completed a Variety of new fonts of letter appropriate
in the style of the latest European specimens object of this work is to present avery and worthy object We would provements and future cxcellendet the piibj i
connected with diseases and its lishers content to rest their claims
t ,well calculated for ornamental printing subject make them better children,better brothers, ore to
i' or sasteful display, and making an assortment treatment which, by its simplicity and per better sisters, better pupils; Better associ- oublic consideration distinctly, on 'wbaj
r of Printing Types unrivalled in spicuity of its details, shall enable all who ates and, in the end, better citizens. they have already accomplisbodatid'resiGctl
wish, to be thoroughly informed in this most We bee-the friends of education, "
invite tho
r beautyv extent an .interesting and important of sciences( parents and teachers,' to :VloWthe
may bo obtained at the Foundry.No. tare to examine their"journal' judM '
l The of such publication to .
advantages a in this i
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5 do title Roman do do among all classes,empiricism must be Af'terthis brief explanation of our principles ,and the nmount'of matter: 'weekly prop

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prepared to make fonts ol all weights and read over add over, perhaps twenty-times, The paper will continue to be arranged as make it all'we speak of it. As-if'Is !nota
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Their assortment Cuts and Dashes Brass schools, is rapidly increasing.
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and other ornaments will Jbe'found to EnCOU such unexampled success .d
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be forwarded to Printers as soon as they still more Worthy of so liberal patronage;' New PublicationsOriginal and Selected Lave already said,

can be prepared. and not t6 remit their exertions uUt>ey see Tales: ,Essays, Poems, Anecdotes,& &e. irAMLETT BATES

Printing Presses of every description, it introduced into families and schools, The original contributions to this depart- Tbomaston, Me., May, 1835. .!,

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.. I. l m 1 4 1 .:: I had the curie filly ,(o look into theae1'submitttta{ her fate; but the anxiety of call and tell us the of failure a'lossiiemet with- afew
'If- 1ft rrllaU '!. vnrtising! columns, to see what envious her minb !preyed upon her body, which days since by f.a professional
r- things of traffic had displaced my: line*.- ,I threw her into a lingering disorder that apparently polisher of boots. The disciple of Day & r
(From the Knickerbocker for June.] There! were but three advertisements : carried her off ,and she was consigned Martin had his only change paif of snow-
TilE'VICTIM OF A PROOF READER. sheriff's solemn stray cow,andi wife eloped f. to her grave. As soon as this melancholy trackers in possession, for the purpose of

*' Foul murder bath been done-lo! here'stbe from bed and board. I read the sheriff'notice event reached the lover, his affliction gibin' on'cm de reelshioe; bill as they did
proof."-OLD PLAT. with that deep interest which those j : wee doubled, being deprived of all not appear at his door,in due lime in the

IiI OR Tor the good old times of typography, documents( usually excite. It discoursedof j hopes of widowhood, but, recollecting that morning, he put on yesterday's dull pair *
in her youth she had been for some time and found his ,way to the shop of Cuflle(
pr hen operatives in the art could render the lands, messuagesand tenements, desig !
ancients when Caxton translated 4Ye nated "by a line, beginning at the north in a lethargy, his hopes revived,and hurried Brush, which was as fast as a door nail
fieyge of Troye" from the language of west corner of Mr. Jenkins's cow-I ouse-- him to the place of her burial, where a good could make itCuff however, showed the

Greece Would that, in this latter age, running thence north seventy-five chains bribe procured the sexton's permission to dark of' 'his countenance: ,through' a broken' .
when Chamnpllion has deciphered the hie fourteen links, thence east twenty nine dig her up, which he performed( and removed pane, and said, '
roglyphica of Egypt-wfien the spirit of chains. and eleven links, to a stake and her to a place of safety, where by proper "Good mornin masse""Open
inquiry is every where abroad-some one stones" and so on to the end of the chap methods, he revived the almost extinguished the door, Cuff
might be found who could continue. to spark of life. Great was the surprise 0, massa, berry sorry I can't admit
.shelter from typical aggression a writer for ter.Yet the notice filled me with exceedinglygreat at finding the state she had been in ; your honor. "
the.press! delight. I sent it to Emily-I told and probably as great was her pleasure, at Can't-why not!
I am.the victim of a .proof reader. The her that J. $. was myself but begged her the means by which she had been recalled 44 Why, I met misfortin; and have been

.blunders of others, and not my own, have not to mention it to a third person. She from the grave. As soon as she was sufficiently 'bliged to turn bankrupt""Ah
placed me in a state of feeling akin to purgatory. kept her secret as women usually do : in recovered, the %lover laid his claims ; that's bad-how much have you r
t Ever since I.began to shave for a three days was all over,town that I had nnd his reasons, supported by a powerful failed for?" .

I Heard, I have been more or less afflicted piece, *, that I had made out of my head," inclination on her side, were too strong Thirteen: dollars sebbenty one cent,
with the cacoethcs scribcndi, and J flatter coming forth in the next week's newspaper, I for her to resist, but as France was no longer massa.:
rt myself that I have: not always been unsuccessful addressed to Emily BrinkerhofK a piece of safety for them, they agreedto "Well, hand out my boots, Cuff make

in my writing. But my printed Never did seven days roll more slowly % remove to England where they continued an honest settlement 'with your creditor,
:efforts have neither been honorable to my round than thg week's interval which followed ten years, when a strong inclination! of and you'll do well enough. "

genius nor grateful) to my vanity; on the the foregoing notice in the publication I .revisiting their rutiva:country seized them, "llere's one, massa." .
contrary they have been quite the reverse. of the Elucidator of Freedom-and, Which they thought they might safely grate "Hand along the other..
I have had: the sweetest poetry turned into Tocsin of the People. When it did finally ify, and accordingly performed their voyage "Oh no, massa, I only pays 'dibLit1 nd of
thrice-sodden stupidity; sentences in prose, l come out, I sent Emily an affectionate: The lady was so unfortunate as to fifty cent on de dollar."-[Host.Transcript.BoRHowxjro (

on which I doated in manuscript,have been note, with a' copy of the paper, assuring be known by her own husband, whom she .",,,0;J/i,: -<:)+0- '
perused in a deep perspiration, and with bfrthattbepoem contained my real senti met in a public walk, and all her endeavorsto -" My marm wants to know

positive loathing, ia print. All this has ments. determined, not to read it myself disguise herself were ineffectual. He if your marm will lend my marm "OUfmarm's
arisen from a conspiracy, which seems to until visited her in the evening. By great laid his claim to her in a court of justice pickaxe to make our hog :i hen

have beeh formed against-me, by all the self-denial I kept my resolve,and, when,the and the lover defended his right, alleging coop?" "Oh, certainly-and when you
1 typographical gentlemen of the country.It young moon arose, bent my steps towards that the hdsband, by burytng.her, had for. go home just ask your mother if she'll<<:: be
is true I write what Mrs.Malaprop might the mansion of my mistress. feited his title,and that he had acquired a kind enough to lend us a keg of that firkin

call,an "illegible hand;" for to the pitiful She received me coldly. I was surprisedand just one, by freeing her from the grave, and butter she bought today that's a nice little
roinutia of crossing t's and dotting i'g I abashed. What is the matter, Em?" delivering her from the jaws of death.- man ; and just clean us a mess of them
never could descend. I have often given I tenderly inquired. "Did you get my These reasons, whatever weight they might pouts and eels'that your father caught his(
E' directions to publishers, that if.a word was billet-doux and the verses to-day?" have in a court where love presided, seemed afternoon, and bring them down with the
otherwise4 past finding out," they should Yea-they came safe.:* to have little effect on the grave sages of butter, my dear-and I'll certainly give
count the marks: but the plan failed, as Well-how did you like them?" the law; and the lady, with herjover, not you the first bright cent I find in the ashis'
have indeed all my plans for correct habits "The note was kind and good; but, the thinking it safe to wait the determination I guess on the whole," said the boy, "we

of thought before the public. If this narrative versed were foolish ridiculous nonsense." 'of.the court, prudently retired out of (the shant want that pick-axe of Yiurn.-DcJ..

shall prove to correctly printed, it I was thunderstruck. I asked to see kingdom. ham Patriot.
Will be the fiat article from my pen that the paper. Emily arose and handed it to .o-
has ever met with such an honor, and I me, and sitting down by the vme-clad window SCRAPS 0'F HISTORY. FAN\Y KEJIBLE IN &cGLAND.-Tlle

. shall be proportionably pleased. patted her little foot angrily on the There is something strangely interesting London Literary Gazette of a late: dale
Like all other mortals I am penetrable floor.I in the whole history of America. That a contains the following notice of Fanny

i to the arrows of Cupid. My heart is not opened the Elucidator and Tocsin,and land so extensive, with climes so various Kemble's Journal!:
encased with the epidermis of a rhinoceros, read my poem. Solomon of Jerusalem! and delightful), should have been so long 41 Tho work before us is deformed by graver

,t .or the bull] hides of Ajax; consequently Jam What inhuman butchery!-what idiotcy! hidden from the world of enterprise, curiosity faults than even youthful imprudenceand
'what they call in romances a suscepti- But I will give the effusion as it was printed and civilizationand left to be wrought female impertinence can excuse. There

ble person. When I was nineteen I fell in "and shame the devil"TO au'nously and grandly by the'rude.hand of are a flippancy and vulgarity about it winch
1. love, and as I found prose too tame a me EMILY B -. nature,-and enjoyed only by the wild roam surprise us the more, coining from such a
dium, too staid a drapery for Indian source a presumption and a ,lack of the t
thoughts this
my Dear girl! an angel sour thou art- ing as often as contemplated -
what could 1 do'but: express to my fair one The mule of every spell; excitesour wonder. ,Eastward from finer and higher qualities which adorn the
my passion in songt She was a beautiful ThM brays p'er trumpets to my heart,' ,Asia, westward from Europe and Africa female character, which is, vexatious to
4 creature-a:delicious arrangement of flesh And bids toy bDtoDu"ell.to ..;* vbetweeri''the' Atlantic and Pacific oceans; contemplate in ono,so jjifletl." ,' ._

fend,blood-a, country parson's daughter$ ,' And cab,damaU o'er thy cb tk '!ilics this newly discovered land, the continent :'The Athena um.a, at ..... ,_ ,.\ .... t
with excellent taste'and; accomplishments/' Its rudest blister bends I of America. "It turns out to'be one of the mpal.iJJ*.fi.
h fens wax'fond of poetry,and 00 was I. This And thy blear eyes forever; speak It extends 'from latitude 56 south to an plorable exhibitions of vulgar thinking aba-

.circumstancesent niy fancy a wool-B ther A welcome to tiyriends.AUs unknown northern latitude, and consists of vulgar expression that it ever was our lotto 1
? tropes,figures,and emblems.l Young two great divisions,North and South AmerIca encounter. The insane desire of being
ladiei have passionate admiration for gen. if fate should bind us fast, which are connected by the Isthmus of considered one who thought alone, combined :-
ius, and 1, determined; to show that 1 was Life would be'rough with me; r Darien., For the history of itaboriginal with a love of mischief, has, we
not deficient in that particular that I be. A toad would rush upon ray heart,
and its
Without smile from population, condition before the arrival -. betrayed Mrs. Butler into a book,
a tuee.
longed 'to those who merited the saying of Europeans, only a small portion of I which she herself a short time, and which

"fofta nascitvr non, ft." During the Where could I meet,a lamp so fair the existing materials have as yet been col all her friends at once will wish had never
opting of 18-, I was attacked with a per In nature's open passage 1 lected. From what' part of the eastern seen the light."

feet..incontinence rhyme. My ladylovewas With thee the barbarous flower compare world the American Indians first came has The ondon Spectator
all my theme. But of all my competitions And own my grief a sausage 1 not yet been discovered.. More light, we says:
> none satisfied me save the follow. hope,will yet be shed on this subject In short, she exemplifies the beau ideal
iDg, which 1 produced with great u*labor Forgive; my bore, this natty la;, on what respects North America,especially I of a greenroom belle,whose head has been
I, and iudioQS care. I think poorly enough And let its numbers Le the American by turned by flattery."
Antiquarian Societies.
Sweet monitors, that drily dry The : ___
of,;it Mr. Neal -
now caU" it ttcatt, Shall bid Jbee'think of me! materials we hate, which indicate Indian, : '-
and_ so,do.L. history,and mode of life, consults for the I ELLEN MALLORY )
TO EMILY n-. When I had read this'diabolical mass of most part of rude hatchet, and knives of vs. I In AUacl! 1cnt.

.Dear girl,ah angel sure thou art- stuft"oYer,I flew into tn uncont rolablo rage. stone, of mortars for bruising maize, of arrow JOHN R. WESTERN.) '
The mute of every spell In the blindness of my chagrin: I depreca heads, and similar articles. A second ALL those interested will take notice
Which bringi one transport to my heart led the judgement of Miss Emily. I tho't class consists of articles which the natives the said suit has} been commenced
And bids,my bosom swell. every body could see the errors, and detect received from the earliest settlers. There by attachment in the Superior Court

I them as readily as I did; and said to my is'a third and more interesting class derived for Monroe County, and are notified to
And oh
p i
IU richest carnation lustre on lends thy cheek young friend that she must be very,stupid from the nations that built the forts plead to the declaration: filed herein.

And thy blue eyes forever;speak or inattentive not to see how the poem ought tumuli, (graves, walls, artificial eminences,or, [30-3m] A. GORDON Att'y for: PPfi":
to read. This roused in her .. I
A welcome,to thy friends. bosom" all hearths,&c.)in North America. To judge --
the blood of all the BrinkerhofiV1 She from these works the 1 William
people who wrought 1 H. .Shaw,
Alas! if late should bid us part, handed me my hat, and pointed, significantly them must have been better acquainted with i vs. InAttad-
': Life would be nought with me; to the door.; I went out at the apery the useful arts than the present Indi ns._ John Copland Ex'r of the } meat
A, load would rest upon my heart, ture thus indicated, and have never darkened From the lofty trees with which they are last will and Testament .
Without a.smile from thee. it since. is .
Emily now, tbo wife of a overgrown, it is calculated that a long period J.K. Baron. '
Conaecticut schoolmaster, who blows the must have elapsed perhaps thousand persons interested will is&i:notice
Where ih.ll I meet a leaf so fair and leads'the one ALL
In nature' open page? pitchpipe cboiton Sunday in" yean, since the desertion of these the above suit has: been commenced
With thee the beauteous flower compare, her' father's church. fabrics by the people by whom they wereconstructed. I by attachment, and are notified to
Au4 e'en my grief assuage... This visa my first passion, and my last, They are found in the vicinity plead to tbe declaration filed herein. '
except that'iato which I,have been aroused
of each other, spread over the great A. GORDON, Pl'f5.44tty.
forgive, my love,this bait, lay, every time I have sent a piece to be pub plains!!, from the southern shore of Lake April 25, 1835. [28-1 2w]
And let its
cumbers be'weet'DlOuiton lished. Yet I still love to console
my Erie to the Gulf of Mexico in
that, day b? day, dreary bachelorship writing and
Shall bid the thiu of me. the neighborhood of the great rivers. .Their LEGAL CONVEYANCING
i ray.,thoughts in print; but]despair of ever structure is regular, and they have been
This production I sent to the village seeing them rightly uttered. Fate, in that supposed to warrant the opinion' of existence OFEYERYKIND tCUTED TYITEIPROMPTNESS

ewspaP !. ,1 waited a)long week to see itappear regard,is against me, and probably always in ancient times, of great:Cities along
Finally, the important Wednth.j will be. the As ,
; Mississippi. we,,,prqceed further
aarived.: I hastened to the office; but south, theseworks: increase in number and ON APPLICATION AT THE OFFICE
the affair was not published. glanced MARRIAGE AFTER BURIAL. magnitude. Their trace maybe followed
with a hurried eye over the damp sheet,and Two Parisian merchants,strongly united in throngh the province of Texas and Mexico OF THE CLEEJC Or Till SUPERIOR: cotraT.NOTICEIS -

found a notice at last, commencing with friendship, had each one,child; different in South America. 4thoughtheaecount s HEREBY GIVEh',1'batr

'three sitars-, turned- up and down. Jt read sexes,who early contracted a strong inclination of the earliest generations of this qui rte I | forteceiving subscripiiooJ
thus.- for earls other,which waa cherished of the world are scantly and.ov9cure its to the Stock of SOUTHERN
Capital the
"The tribute! (Emily, by J. S., is unttoidablv by the p *nb; and they were 'flattered by latter History is'rich in occ rrepc s:, The LJFIINSUUANCEANDTRUSTCOJLPANX

: postponed until our next,by a the expectation of being joined together Icelanders made a voyage i in 98$, to'Vi will be opened at the office of
press advertisements', for which we are fot life. Unfortunately, at'the time they land (the name giveR to the tract extend Thomas JouglasEsq. in the City of St.
thankful-since we do that kind of business thought tbemtel S the
on from
point of completing lag Greenland to Labrador
) and the Augustine, on the second day of November
as likewise all sorts of job.work,on long-wished for union a man' far Venetians :
gate some information respecting next at 10 o'clock A. M. and will be
k the most reasonable terms-blanks, cards, advanced in years,and possessed of an immense the West India Islands, in of kept from time to time, adjourn i
maps open by
handbills and other legal documents, be- fortpne,cast his eyes oo the"young '1474: but America still remained a seated ment,until the whole of the Stock shall be
ing executed by us at the shortest notice. lady, and made honorable proposals; her book for Europe till the period of iu discovery subscribed,not exceeding tbirtyrtJays. '. II
Not to digress however we would could not resist the *
say parents temptation of by Columbus, in 1492. LOT ..CLARK :
J. S. let him cultivate his talent;, he has a son-in-law in such affluent ctrcuixattnceft' -L
tremendous powers, but he writes a bad and forced her to comply; As soon as.the tBANKRUPT DIVIDENDS. THOMAS RAYMOND ,
hand. He should make his penmanship! knot was tied,she strictly enjoined,her For The anecdote of the barber's! failure in Com+nisaiortrr,
Jike his poetryperfect? mar lover nevef. to tint her and
patiently Wednesday' paper reminded a friend
to SO, 1635, [3Y-10w]

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tire Council as Tloruiians are. Judging "da1t-tllcn wale over to the poacher's, and whose depredations it \ta4 impossible to :

.: 1fl 'A"'uqm.I from the result of the last session,we should told him. that a young calf had recently preserve them; that when lie was present ,tf I
t" his farm which he had tho spot with all his crow.be could' neitherdrive ;
WEST: FLORIDA MSATUfDAY say that' there is no knowing what, may strayed to pennedand orj( '
KEY them'otl 1ot prevent their
I ""' eventually be the limit,to,tho Capital: to .cs- was anxious .to find the owner. The stealing
the and that he docs believe that
AUGUST 29, l63g7" how he had its goods, : not
ted,in Florida Banks.. Charters aro given poacher asked him long it, Rigby could have prevented'it while"h

DECISION,OF THE COURT OF to.thbscwho ask for them,.and if: they express size and! color, i 4nd' being told, said it was I was: absent '

j ADMIRALTY.The a desire to bo afforded facilities for l.ij, amthat it l had gone off just at the time This testimony of Cap!. Thomas is cot. a

case of the Scl.r. United State, speculating in Rail Road and other stocks, II spoken of. Ucing thus detected. in a lie withintent roborated in all respects by the ''testimony

Capt. Thomas, came up before his Honor they are authorised to borrow the requisite1 to defraud. Swcaringcn. reproached : of Lieut.Beaufort who was a passenger onboard

Judge WEBB on Saturday? !22d inst. The funds upon the faith of the Territory. With i I him with it, and told him he would give him tho United States, when she was-

decree of the Court (which will be found'at such encouragement, il is no wonder that : 24 hours to leave the nighborhbod, adding wrecked. It is also corroborated by the *

length in another column,) awards to the the applicants should be numerous. that if he remained longer ho would prose testimony of one of Capt. Thomas''cret* i +
: him. The poacher only laughed"at: his who was left with Iligby to aid him in taking
Salrors 60 per cent of the nett proceeds of The Banks now chartered, are as follows: cute
of the lIo'ys that during
sates. 'The sales amounted to about $1500. Union Bank Florida, Capt'l, $3,000,000 'threat, while,the.lattcr went to consult with care goods.
absence of tiro'
Captain a
Bank of Pensacola"u, 2,500,000 his neighbors as to what was to bo done.- \
communi4tion Central Bank of Florida was constantly kept, but!it1'was impossibleto
from 1,000,000
We have seen a aShipmaster" At the'expiration oC tho 24 hours, five pr .
Bank of West Florida, If 500,000 keep off the Indians or prevent their
U in a Baltimore paper copied Dank of St Augustine, 300,000 six of them repaired to poacher's,whom stealing. The Court therefore does not i

from newspaper printed in Portland,advising Merchants'Planters' !OOOOO they found perfectly uninttmidatcd. The perceive any thing in the conduct of Rigby

Mariners to be very cautious in running Bank of Jacksonville, 75,000 party, however, proceeded to try him indo and two of the men (Williams and another)

for the lights on Carysford Reef, as I form, choosing one of their number a associated with them, which shouM'aflect'

have been twice in sight of the Light Boat $7,650,000 farmer named Lynch, to be judge. Van their right to a proper compensation for the '

just before dark, and could see her distinctly Of the above, the Union Bank, Bank of Sweariogen related tho offence, which the services which they rendered. As to the

from the deck without the assistance of Pensacola, and Central Bank are in the poacher of course denied. Tho case'was other men, who went with them to the I

I the could no full tide of successful experiment," with a wreck, it appears that they got drunk and '\,
a glass ; during evening, see submitted to die judge, who decided that .t,
in moderate weather." capital paid in of more tban $ ,OOOOOO, and I behaved very badly and were of but little
lights be tied and receive
the should\
poacher up
several of the others hare already commenced l, service in saving any part of the cargo, inconsequence
Had this statement been couched in language .' well laid and then
will their 300 lashes, on,, given} of which the Court is of the
or soon commence, opera"tions '
more circumstantial! II.D\( particular, 24 hours,to leave the place, under penaltyof '
that before another shall l have opinion that they ate entitled to no compensation -
; so year .
had the day, or even the month (which a receiving 300 'more if found after that f whatever: ,
it will be exaggeration to "
reference to the log book would probablyhave passed away, no time. The first part of the sentence was The cntireaalount'of.salci of every '
fcstimale the actual Bank of Flori-
shown) in which the abs Capital inflicted on the spot with such good intent as thing that ,was saved is said to be about
per light was observed, been > o
some ground upon which to rest a refutationof dollars. 1 V'GtJW.. culprit made off as fast as his lacerated limbs compensation when divided between tho

the charge would have been afforded to .'THE MISSISSIPPI-DISTURBANCES. would permit him." number of persons who were engaged in

the keeper of the Light Ship. A man with )Tbe Northern violent their i saving the cargo, getting it,from' the'beach
papers are $wF FROM"MOBILE.By and bringing it to this place, but' it i is as.
when ii j
magnanimit givin y
proper animadversions upon the conduct of the
the arrival of the brig Stranger from much as under the circumstances this Court'feels
assertion of the
to an naWrfvjrhieth-
in their late "
Mississippi people doings, as a itself authorised to allow. UPon the"
measureafiect Mobile bound to Philadelphia, 'we learn
false, in
er true or must some high court' of justice, and appear to have articles taken from the wreck of the vessel '

the reputation of the keeper, would have so forgotten the disgraceful scenes that hive that similar publications to those sent to by the Schooner Amelia, Rigby and his1 associates
framed his language, as toaUow the accused Charleston by the abolitionists, had been
repeatedly the last year or two, occurred can have no claim to salvage but
i if innocent, to disfifit. Captain among the staid inhabitants of their' received in Mobile.' A public meeting was upon those articles which were landed upon '

Whalton has been in charge of then Light I own cities. Boston bas bad I its Convent held on tho 13th August and a committee of the beach they are entitled in the opinionof 1

on Carysford Reef for the last ten years, riot-New* York and Philadelphia ,their 21 appointed? to take into consideration the this Court to one third of the amount'

during which time we have never heard but election and mobs and other placeshave necessary measures to be adopted, to prevent decreed as a compensation for saving them.
the circulation of the incendiary mat. Wherefore it is considered adjudged and'
one complaint relative to it, and by the
not been exempt from similar attempts,
admission o'f the master who,madeit terand the farther interference of the northern decreed by the Court, that one moiety i of
to set at defiance the laws and erect an Irresponsible '
the 'nctt amount for which those article
with the of the southern :
; he mistook wrecker for the boat fanatics rights
a Light
tribunal for the
but powerful, II were sold which were'aved from the wreck'of
before sun set, and at the time of lightingthe people.A .
punishment of actual or presumed the Schooner United States by the Li-
lamps, was at a distance from the ship crisis in the fate of the abolitionists *e
If then, among the orderly societies of I bellant Roberts and others of Schooner4
at which the best light in the Union could the elder states these disorderly occurrences .seems to have arrived, and we doubt not Amelia, be paid to said Libellant forand"' t'

not have been observed. He is not only cannot be repressed, some allowance their utter prostration, beneath, the overwhelming on behalf of those interested as snivel ,

every way qualified to insure a proper adherence ought surely to be made tor the newly set- force of public opinion. 4ftj/. | therein, and that one moiety for which all [I

to his duty, but as the cmisers on the the the residue of tho goods saved from said
tied portions of the country, peaceable IN ADMIRALTY. ''
reef are constantly in his vicinity, aneglect wreck were sold, divided as follows:-
inhabitants cf which are subjected to many
of it*would be instantly known to the super- Richard Roberts, et. al. % One, third part thereof to be paid to the'
teVdeot at this'port. ; inconveniences, and difficulties. ,arising from'l vs. I Libel for Libellant Rigby for the services of himself
cWe'woeld'recoinmena' the character of the first settlers are The cargo&c. saved from ( Salvage. and his associates in landing and preserving a
all shipmasters, too often without the moral firmness, ,tOv resist ; the ache United States j ,tho same, and the remaining'two'thirds ,toI '
when passing at night'any of the light, starflans evil themselves fa t j \; ,
propensities .or, CUrb'l, I I belaid to the Libellant 'Roberts rot-the
schooner States while
Florida 'near Cot ,
on sufficiently i and'crew
: them in oheOce difficulty parts u-I f :services'rendered by himself: in'

1'. mood light, to be seen, and fail 'to see lt,-to lar, which lids almost invariably to be overcome Carolina a voyage St, Marks from Charleston in in South dri the Schooner Amelia in taking said goooV t

note the day, month, and weather, and to in'newly settled communities ere society to' Florida was from the beach and'bringldg'them to>the'< i
shore the 7th'inst. in
Yen on on 'a'gate '
(furnish a statement of the facts to the su'perintendent I its and pqrt of Key West,and that after paying the*
tone being
can assume proper ,( wind on th6 northern coast of Florida,and
here, or to the Fifth Auditor I costs of this suit, all the rcsidue"of the
in one ourselves we can assert it from our: was totally wrecked. Aftershehad filled
for which said goods were sold be
of the Treasury Department. This might money
own knowledge) arises 'from the want cf with water, the passengers and crew with
the William L. Thom ,
paid to Respondent
increase the vigilance of the keepers, and efficient magistrates-men,who on all occasions corno difficulty succeeded in getting to the u late master of said Schooner United, "

afcbrd t th aD opportunity to refute the will act with firmness and moderation. land, where they remained nearly two days States for and on 'on account,of all lcon j ;,
be reformed. and nights before their situation was known I i .'" I
e1Jargeor1\ Often does it happen that'a magistrate will i ccrned and interested therein.
LATE FROM' CAMPEACHY. I resign his office rather than act in a case to any one but the Indians,and consequently JAMES WEBB, J uda'. -fl i
t' before they could obtain means of
The Scbr. Wm. Robbing, of Baltimore, which is likely to prove unpleasant to his relief or assistance. The Libellant any Rigby, August ii, 1836. ;
with disagreeable ...
WATUNQTOW arrived here on 24th feelings or be attended and other then
Capt. some individuals, went to
The Newburyport Herald,tells If
We do not know that such good
consequences. them and the
inst. in 21 days from Campeachy. proceeded immediately to of ,
an occurrence connected with the disturbances labor of and the story whoarrived'atBangor
farther landing, drying preserving
Capt. W. brings accounts of still a few.days since from Massachusetts and ,
aggressions American by the in Mississippi, but cases of:-the' goods in the beSt way'their situation would ,
upon property finding no room unoccupied either of the
kind in Florida and in Ala and continued and until I t
have happened permit, day night
-authorities of that place. The ship John, 1 hotels,he endeavored to procure lodgings
bama, some four a magistrate the cargo was all taken from,the wreck,
of Philadelphia, Capt. Holbrook, was seiz years ago ; on board one of the packets then lying in
ed a few days, previous to his sailing,and although requested,would not act in his official wbe'eit, 'bad been laying' under water. the harbor-(ailing in this, ho wandered

J hardly a vessel arrived that had not a portion capacity but presided over;a mob that After seeing the greater portion'or the about the city, which was so full of strangers I

if not the whole, of her cargo confiscated. condemned a negro to be burnt to death., cargo landed,Captain Thomas placed eve- that he could find no;place:even to sit I

i The brig Ophir was still 'retained in the We would, 'not have our readers suppose ery thing under the charge and care of Ri$- down. At length ho saw a man leaning

I be- from these remarks of ours, that we at all by, and set.out in a boat:with most ol his against a post,and offered him nine shillings
t custody of the Government,the captain for West but wjth the ''
< crew Key meeting for his chance the man accepted the
- advocate the courSe.pursued, by the peaplA
log the only one belonging to her that Jetremained'there much tho i Schooner Amelia, commanded,by the Li- offer and the gentleman took up his qunr-.

the'mate and seamen having of Mississippi, however persons bcllant ,Roberts, -he engaged her to go Jo, ten for the night. Af4 o'clock the next, '

returned to the United States. executed may have merited their fate. ,t. I the,wreck for the -purpose of, :bringing off however, the owner of the post

The principal cause of these seizures and trial by jury of bis countrymen is a rightguaranteed ,I such, articles as had been preserved; and return and offered I him bur dollars for,

conditions is stated by Capt. Watliogton to every American bv the'Constitution returning himself with her they succeeded the bargain,as he bad,concluded to put, up'

to be,a deficiency the number of mani and we cannot but look with apprehension with great difficulty in getting from ash) a boarding house on that very ipotV.. Jr'

fests required. The regulation now ,in at such a violent infraction of shore upon? which the surf was .breaking Star. "
with mucb violence,the articles which they '-fe1 ji./.. '*: '' *
however be
forcer and which are stated to be unknown provisions ; yet, great may 4 '
there and also few articles, PASSENGERS If l'
found a of rigging
to the.Mexican Consuls in the U.S. our reprobation of the violence committed,
; ,require
to ,allow the provocationand sand furniture! thf vessel which had In the Schooner John D.aica $r"Tampa'
WQ are
from each vessel three general manifests,and previously Wien from 1110 R. '
not n ,wreck, Bty-W. HackWy wind';4; 'atCenoa'E
thret particular' for each consignee the unsettled nature of society to have; all of Which, they brought to this port in a qrs.j Dr. H.D.Crewj. f &I .

and one at leut of these three last, muit be some weight in extenuation.We daaugedstate. t

certifiedEby the Mexican Consul at.the port think there are occasions when In the,answer-of Capt.Thomas to ,the 's> t.tt'..' 111".uce.
in the United States whence the vessel de Judge L7nch9a1aw, properly admioiitcied Libels filed in the cause, he alleges,that aff r

parts. A trade has been long carried on may be extremely serviceable, but as let leaving the place where his schoonerwas PORT, OF, KEYvWEST., :

between Campeachy an other ports in the popular commotions aye getting to fie much wrecked, and previous to his returningto ARRIVED.

Gulf and Havana, under feigned clearances too common- in the United States, the,face it in the schooner Amelia large portico August' $-9ch?>>.Mary Elizabeth;Janet

from ports of the United State.,and although of every good member'of society should be. or.the most valuable part of the cargo was NIl; TOftagas ; old Cooper. Iron, and Log.: I f ,

well known to exist,still no steps are taken set against them, as when once excitrd the, taken away or secured, and that as every wood to master. ;:
thing bad been led under the of e4 Scbr. Wm.Bobbins, WatUngton, 2t +)
by the authorities to put a stop to it. The operations of s> mob are bard to be cowtrolled. ;' charge
Rjgbr,be thinks be has by hisneglect for. days from Campeacby; LogwoodSec.. to ?
necessary documents are issued in Havana, feited all F. A Aro woe 1
right to a salvage for those things *
printed blanks being provided, purportingto The following acioont of the origin of which have been brought to this place. 25;-Sehr. Isabella, Boyle,32 days from'Tobstco t
be issued at the Custom Houses at Key I. i Logwood, to muter. : ,
Lynch. Law" is extracted the Capt.,Thomas however,was callednpon to
18 Sloop Mary ,X... Havana.
.wea,( and ApaTachicola' and the napes of WDeelfngGazette! ; give evidence in Court; and 4n that evideuce 38--Bngtttrsoger, ---j Iron, Mobile'.

the Collectors are attached. with all due for Washington county Pa. many yean be entirely) exculpates 'Ri$by and master. i

mali J.' ago, there lived a sortof poaching.vagabond, two of the men associated with him, from SAILED.. I

who, it was believed, maintained himself all bbm9"whatsoever. lie says their conduct August$ 8chr.Wm, Bobbins,Havana;
FLORIDA BANK CAPITAL. and family by pilfering from thefarmers was correct;from the cocnmencemeot: F. A. Browne. *
to the end of the transaction, so fares he 8-8cbr.. JsabelU.'Boyje, New York
An article going the I'OUW or the papers around him. ThougfaonivenaQystnpected,, had opportunity of they master.fccbr.. I

purporting tobe an account of the yet be managed so adroitly as always to labored assiduously. in jvdgngItthat hading, drying sad '. .Joha Deatson;tom, Tsxps Bay
Bank the United which avoid detection. At length a")fr.Swearia- F. A. Brotfne. +..
Capital States, |n preKti the.: goodssod did all in their. Schr. ,
one million is put down as the quota of Florida. gen laid the following' trap for him,in which paves to protect>> them rem tbedepeditioosof If. P., master.n Mary.Elizabeth, ,Thomas,.Nauiui' '

The compiler was' not as weU acquainted he was,caught Having a newly born calf ethers but I there were large gangs of .&loop Mary Asn, Xtaeaei., Cat*: ,

with the KJberality, of oar Legisls. be concealed from his neighbors. for many I.... lgvringauocndthem, aDd from lotto Harbor. -


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( j'be -colored. Music' of the newest 56 pages each, and will be put to press, as
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i,. ,PROSPECTUS. OF, THE on Saturday Nov. 8, 1814. The Embellished with a beautiful and extensive date of the first number.
TALLAHASSEE. # GAZETTE, & GENERAL ADfThe will be published weekly, each number variety o( engravings: from original DANIEL K. WIIITAKER.
r YEREISER." containing eight large quarto pages-equal and selected designs, both colored and Charleston, 24th March, 1835.

undersigned propose to publish i inthe to, sixty duodecimo pages-of miscellaneous plain, with two engraved title pages, and At a meeting of The Literary and Philosophical

Ii City of Tallahassee, Florida, a weekly and original matter,printed on superior two distinct indexes, (intended to perfect Society South Carolina, convened .
newspaper entitled the Tallahassee Ga- white paper, with perfectly new type. A separate volumes in the year,)"also, a choice on the 27th March, 1835, the followMJJto&at ,
tetfe and GteeraiAdvertiser.'Its' columns, handsome title page and correct index will collection of Music original and selected,, was offered by Benjaminconded

will; bo 'devoted o'Politics, Internal, Im* be furnished, and the work 'at the'' end of arranged for the piano or guitar, with nearly fiSKlS by MyerM. Cohen,

provemerifsand ne Intelligence,coinkf thVyear, will form'an excellently printed ',SOC\ pa' e'a large octavo letter press, and Esq., 'unanimously adopted:-
kf prising the news# of.the day, both Foreign, volume of four hundred and sixteen pages, only THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM "Rf solved, That The Literary Jf Phi.
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: : "vtrj'brief( manner' to pieces of music for the Piano Forte, Flute printed with clear new,and beautiful type, cominAufng a monthly Journal, to he devoted ,

j a' lay; .r before the public:an analysis the, plan &c., equal to one hundred of common (arranged after the manner of the London .> jjo, the advancement of Southern
wi on;; hich the Gazette wiUsbe( conducted. sheet music,.which could not be purchased "La Belle Assemblee,") on paper of the Literature, and, with pleasure,declare their
l TThey .mll.endeovpr;: : steadily i to. keep in separately for less than five dollars ;' and finest texture and whitest color. It is embellished opinion of his full qualification for puch an

view'thelendrnarks'of the Constitution the publishers are determined to procure with splendid Engravings on Copper undertaking...ariijconiP'y' with his' requestto "
tlj9.'United States, by which they,hope to the simple rather than the complex and and Steel, executed by artists of the be permitteo"publish the proceedingsof

eiect'theif coursoaright.; As moderationand:1rmnes difficult. highest skill and distinction,and embracing the society, and such communications
: $ will be our metto, we will l be Although the publishers place no dependence every variety of subjects.-Among*these to the society, as the curators may'approve.
i aloiv'tobrand with heresy, those politicianswho whatever, in the support of it, as a are illustrations of Popular Legends, Romantic (Signed) JOSEPH ,JOHNSON,
'"na1.nesty differ in opmton/from literary paper, upon its engravings. there Incidents, Attractive Scenery and President, pro tern.
uA lC.'is our design fairly to report thepasung'.politicai I Ii will be presented'occasionally, plates from portraits of Illustrious Females. The number JACOB DE: LA Mora' Secretory.

i .new/of: 'the-say; .he political copper and wood of beautiful workmanship commencing each quarter contains a f 0::: Subscriptions to the above wo''k will
I.views that we may:cave occasion i to and finish. Already have appeared a beau picture of the existing I'hiladelphia.Fashi... t be received at this Office. April 21.
ad"voesieshallbe, dispassiondteldiscussed, tifully'engraved portrait of James Fenimore ons, designed, engraved and colored ex-

80.:far as. we are concerned; and wehopdourfrierufl'who ) Cooper, executed. on steel, and a chaste pressly for this work, by competent persons PROSPECTUSOf ,
{ ; may favor us with cornmu*. vignette title page, engraved on copper. speciallyengaged for that purpose. The the Third Volume thePARLOR"
a n1calronswvtll'observe; the same'rule, other Its ,contents will be various and spirited, Embellishments this charter which have MAGAZINE.A of .

ci w isy th 1a frill be reject I. In ihejobserv- making pill! elegant paper for.the parlor: ,and, appeared in former numbers,are confessedly WEEKLY devoted to Lite-
nce'of: this course, we shall act, fth's1ri tUDplrtlaldy. fo;'jSj| ;Jover of polite! .literature, as" contributions superior to any which have en furnished ratureand the paper'ine'Arts the Drama
t4 ; { .- ,will 'be secured from, some of the in any other similar American publication : Tales ; ;

'If}snit.be [Ge'aipi of the publishers Jo! most popular American authors. and from the arrangements which have Sketches the; History; Essays Women; Biographical Harm-

renderjp their patrons t ail\ 'the satisfaction The work (vill Be printed as, well, andcontain been made, there is'every reason to believe leas Satire; Review of New Works; &c.

they;arJL ckpablor; bearing: in''mind! the"" as, much reading, matter as anysvmilaa'quartb they will be improved in the coming' volurnes. I &.c. ,and embellished; with superior Engravings -
t old age "they that would.please every body \ piper', now published in tire '. ., Jn addition to the several Embellisbrnents ; ? Fine Wood Cuts Plate of the
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no every
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.t Bourse..unJrarnmeUed by'the < ; foreign scenes, curious The PARLOR MAGAZINE is now in the I
party-, i we would not' bo,;understooii as and to New England, the publisher 'and interesting subjects,natural history( meridian its popularity and
'' bytngfnifbrErlt'tp the I'fmpdrtanco of cor- looks for;patronage., ,' Edt moogy! ". Conch'ology, numerous Incidents ; as aspiring
hopes without shadow and cloudless
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to by of the ablest writersin
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attributed want
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t .'given spice" -aroQod'its centre, a largerpopulation The success,which has attended the 'pub with a copy of the third volume of due attention.- We have ,mado arrange
; than, that of other portion the work superbly bound. I
any .
lication of the best Magazines from' the ments to obtain the earliest intelligence
o( the Territory within the same limits,has Press has led to for ""*" '
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Ws In, additfoqto'Ibi9goitre : (
vaiuable ,of issuing a periodical more particularly'adated -. Of a Monthly Magazine; to-be entitled various changes, which haU.;bo inserted as
many, to the wants and taste of the American
THE SOUTHERN LITERARY JOURNAL soon as received. The Parlor Magazineshall
country, jvhich pro doubt' not, will soon be public. While it will be the object of the 'To bepublithed in Charleston, S. 'C. be occasionally: embellished! wi'h.'} (
brought>> ; into cultivation, should the present proprietors make the work strictly what beautiful snb-
numerous literary interesting :
period engravings upori
:, prices mattntaned'which of the great staple of.the country be its title indicates,'it will, nevertheless, conlain WHILE issued from,the American jects; and plates of the ,newest fashion! !,

must considerably aug all articles of interest to its patrons, PreSs, which are liberally patronized J, it has plain or colored, as circumstances will

ment From the popu.la.Uo.rtQf the ,the.,Territory.above which appear in foreign Magazines. been a subject of general regret, that since permit, besides wood cuts in a great variety,
considerations stated Extensive preparations have been enter the discontinuance of that able work, the and a piece of original or well selected
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I uccess,;with of, Vxmfidencf-relyj our for: complete, furnish, from all parts of the' Union, drawings zine established in South Carolina, affording 0::Highly finished portraits of all the
of. and illustrations of every subject of a suitable medium through which the great British and American poets, front
a .
+ I" CoNDITtQNs.-.Tho4'allahasseo generous public Gazelleend interest, which the publishers General Advertiser believe will enable'th m to issue a work brought to bear directly and usefully upon and will appear in the Magazine. from timeto

i ,I bnfii'pujer ,toyaj> t sheet, it yHU four be dollars published honorable to its title and acceptable to the the,public mind. It is with a view to meet time, with'a general critique op the IlUthor's -

I Annum payable, in adr per American People. this'demand, that the publication of this works; annexed to''eachi ; the head
: Of the first dumber. 'Four aeee-crort.delivery dollars and fifty The American Magazine is published Journal is proposed-and that the generaland l and review of Shakspeare' will be forth
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I Nosubscription year. L wjllbe/cccived "J''I. comprises-Portraits and Biographical original communications on Literary and is ,one,6f, the, greatest expense and la-
I the 10raJess will not Sketches of distinguished Americans Scientific subjects, of notices of recent ... The likeness shall all. be taken by

be discoatinuT4without orders paper until all arrearages Views of Public Buildings, Monuments, publications, particularly in the department ,the best J masters.ThejAIagazine. :
are maid.' and improvements{ Landscape scenery<< of light and fugitive Literature: of popular ; is printed super-royal

.*Tte'firat -{number will c'issned' .during in the this boundless, variety will and form beauty of which, solutions tales'suggested by historical' and local as- .piper, in':quarto>>. form, andstitchcd in,.
country, an unceasing'source Poetry and Political'jntelligencei .
c the handsome
ensuing summer or early In"hefall.-- of instruction and gratification En.grarings Its columns cover, r'
; are intended to'aflord
Communications addressed to the'publish- OfficeJjT Liberty-street,
and descriptions of the character p. vehiclefor' the free but '
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'<.,, '* f 'J01IN.BAL1)WW. ** Fishes, and of all questions, which, from their
'l. iLITEIUHY Insects,together with every subject connected Importance, interest to excbangewithps, will ubhgebycopyingthis

t 'TallahUSee.y ,,: ; April.DAYlD 11' 183i..'QU. .Y4'J;'E'ton,," !idth:the Geography, History Natural serving of the attention, or attraction of an educated.community. arc!Qo- ..... 'prospectus I J "I II: 'and: forwarding- .. .their. paler.
-5 : and artificial resources of 'illustrated .
heconntrJ If
n shall what
become its f
bOSTON, pEARL.- ANt). in familiar and WE authorized'' to ao-
& popular manner. name imports, Journal of strict Southern are
CO. 7Jlif'.it,it shall to
serve upon
place ,
B4UTC. TRAY JO>nt&. LEY, Esq. u a candidateto
: p No 47 Court Street cc ora a.troe. account of the opinions,fte-
ninth number of itfie Fourth (Editors of Newspapers throughoutthe togs habits, and general tone of thinkin" repre.ent Monroe county'
"was issued at Boston,Mass, United States, who will publiiH'the of tn enthusiastic'and high-minded people' in the.next Legislative March 24 Council, 1835.of[22te ibis?Territery.

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