Key West enquirer
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00049046/00040
 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: September 5, 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: UF00049046:00040

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;.--- CTctms- --of thfoTlIEEJfQUIRERuPublished. tJaptr. ment are regularly{ and t promptly paid for; ; l i

every Saturday -ra. and in, addition to the many writers who ., -

morning at FIVE DOLLARS per have favored us with! qrticlcs during the "

annum. past year, and whose! essays will continueto
ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted at the rate of enrich our columns,we have the promise

One Dollar ahd Fifty Cents per square, (of of assistance from otncrs whbhr names dfft

fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, and .NQUIB.a. already well known to their country t en.

continuance Sevonlv-Five, Cents AU Advertisements for each subsequent will be We do not parade the names,as is the fashIon t

ordered. None of some; but we confidently appeal fo(
continued until otherwise 0.- 1 -, )
I will be considered less than a square.OrNo EDITED .1XD PUttLISllBD KY }.1TKINSON. the experience of the past yenr as affordingan
( subscription will he discontinued earnest of our zealous, un'iringand we '

(unless' at the, ption of the Editor,) until,all ---- \ trust not altogether unsuccessful exertionsto
PUG 3, J83:;. NO. 40.
arrears are p'aid. i. KVI WEST, SATURDAYSEPTiaiUKR, render tho literary character of the New
All letters to the Editor op business, ------ --- Yorker inferior to that of no journal of its

must be Post Paid Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, 1 throughout the whole length and. breadth ot class in this country.II. .

"-- Composing Sticks! Brass Galleys! Imposing the United States.In Political rn lligcnic.-rn this department
Jo;. WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR, Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, this view they hare secured new aid
R" alone does the New Yorker
ESPF.CTFULLY Inform the Printersof The late editor pro-
Standing Presses, Furniture, together witha in the editorial department.
the United States, to whom they have complete assortment of all articles usedin of thd Juvenile Rambler, who in addition sent an anomaly in the history the newspaper

long been individually known as established a Printing Office will be kept constantlyon to his qualifications as a writer for tbeI. press of the Union. Our plan ,embraces +
Letter Founders, that they have now form hand. young, has the advantage of many years epcrienco :. I the collection of every important

ed a co-partnership, in said business, and Small fonts, suitable for Bookbinders, as a teacher, will henceforth as- !item of political, intelligence-whatever; be
hope from their united skill and experience, in great variety, may he had when called sist in conducting it. itscharac'er and Bating-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 Strictest, {
may favor them with orders. Orders from all parts of the Union will ho such volume, a groat variety of interesting regard to the preservation of -
The introduction of machinery in placeof promptly and most: carefully attended to, important topics, among which are the following neutrality an unquestioned t
the tedious and unhealthy practice of and particularly in supplying SORTS for all : contending ,
casting type by hand longa desideratum by fonts furnished by their predecessors, Bin I. Natural History, of beasts, birds, fish- parties, opinions and sectional divisions ,1
the European and American Founders,was, ny & Runaldson, and Richard Ro 1t1son. cs, reptiles, insects, plants, flowers, trees, existing in Ihe country. The Editor refer I{ i
by American ingenuity, and heavy expenditure Stereotyping in all its branches,executedby the human frame,&c. with a proud satisfaction to tho fact, that I
of time and money, on the part of our L. Johnson, as heretofore. I II. Biography ; especially for the young. throughout the .past year: he has presented 1 1 I

senior partner,first accomplished JOHNSON & SMITH.No. III. Geography: ; accounts places,manners a minute and circumstantial acconnt of all J
ed.: Extensive use of the machine cast letter 0, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. customs&c. the,elections which have taken place in the ,
. has fully testedpgd,established its su QPublishcrs: of Newspapers who insert IV. Travels and Voyages ; in various several'Statc9during'an'eminently ardent
periority every particular over that cast this advertisement, and forward a paper parts of the world.V. .
by the old process. r '*- ,v '': containing it to J. & S. will be entitled to Lively descriptions of the curiosities and excited canvass, without once incurring
1 The Letter Foundry business will hereafter $3, payable in settlement of their accounts of nature and art; in each of the United I the censure or even the exception of any
be carried on by the patties before when their bills amount to not lesstban$10. States, and in other countries, political journal. And, while he reservesto ,
named under the firm of White,Ha nr&co. J. & y. VI. Lessons on objects that daily surround himself tho right of commenting briefly ,

Their specimen exhibits a complete series I children in tho parlor, nursery, gar but freely on the topics of the day, and of
from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book CHEAP, VAtUABLrAND INTERESTING WORK ep,kc Accounts of trades and employ offering such suggestions tho aspect of

find News and type being in the most modern The Family Physician and Gazette of Human ments. tho times may.seem to require, he yet Lords

t light White, s'yle.Hngar &; Co. are agents for the Life. VII. Particular duties of the young; to him$(pledged that such remarks shall not

sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses Being a Library of Health and Hygcnie, parents, teachers, brothers sisters, &c. interfere, in any material degree, with the
VIII. Bible lessons and stories.IX. .
furnish their customers and of Popular and General Medical views the doctrines the of
which they can to or prospects any
at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, Knowledge, rendered familiar to every I Narratives ; such as are well authenticated I political party. Ho cherishes the confident

Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every individual: embracing every subject con. I. original tales.X. expectation,that tho files of the New-Yor. '
used the Business netted with the prevention, treatment, Parables, fables,and proverbs where
article jn Printing kept key will hereafter! referred to for the truth
and'cure of diseases the of
forsaleand furnished on the shortest notice qualities the morals is obvious and excellent.XI. .
medicines their good and ill effects on of any controverted statement regarding
Old taken in exchange for I
/ type DOTat Poetry adapted to the
; youthful capacity
9 cents pound.N. health-Ihe ingredients of secret or pat.. and tho results of elections, &c. &c. since' its ;,
1 per ent medicines the true principles of eating frelings. establishment with mutual
B. Newspaper Proprietors who give XII. Intelligence ; embracing accountsof deference and
the : insertions, will be entitled and drinking, creating and drinkingto Juvenile books, societies, andremarka.ble with entire conviction of absolute certainty. I
to Five Dollars in such articles as they may live domestic cookery-chemistry-!' occurrences. III. Gentrallntlligfncc-ConsistinRof\ \ 1

elect from our specimen.New and and a interesting great variety knowledge of curious, valuable, Many of these subjects will be illustrated d Foreign and Domestic News,Literary Item,

York,1835. importance to all, and hitherto highest hidden I by numerous and beautiful engravings, prepared Statistics, Brief-Notices of the Drama ,r
: RUCKS NEW YORK TYPE FOUN- from the mass of mankind. i : by the best artists,and selected witha However it may be the fortuno of others "' ,'1
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inform the printers,that theyjiave recently Contributed to Physicians.The by'a of practising improve the taste, cultivate tho mind, and the public,on the credit of prospective>

completed variety new fonts of letter. object of this work is to present eve- ,I raise the and affections worthy of objects.the youth We to appropriate would provements and future excellence,the pub '

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well calculated for printing -
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which it wars so successively against the life of fill ',.ho receive this circular. Will
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of .Ornamental Letter,- demand for the work, to be used. ia I. the ,
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Presses of every description, it introduced into families and school f -Trfe original contributions to this depart. I Me., May, 1835.



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-: Syria and Egypt 330 before our era,and after window i in town Shops( being shut all .of England, who had fallen: into the Dela' i
"I( fne cllttii- his invasion of Persia. Fifty. years tar next day: every (body going to and comingfrom ware from a steamboat The grateful pn
t -----1-t- -- ler, lived) Epicurius .the philosopher. Tho their different places of worship saw rents of the child long pressed munificent
(From the Southern Literary Messenger.] wars between the Carthaginians and Romans the word, nnd every body repeated it, so rewards upon Mr. Wood, but he invariably
ANSWERTO were about before Christ. Quiz" was heard through Dublinthe : declined their presents, satisfied with the
.. 250 years
MT UrB I* LUtE THE "UMMER R08C Within a century afterward",.Cat1hftge was circumstances of so strange! a wprd consciousness! of having done a noble deed
the being on every door and window, caused Mr. Jones recently died,since which c\'eni
The dews of night may fall from heaven destroyed, "and Greece conquered by
Upon tbe wither'd rote' bed, Romans.. Gaul was conquered by Caesar much surprise, and ever since, should a Mr. Wood has received due notice, from
r t i And tears of load regret be given, fifty or sixty years before our era, and after strange story be attempted to be passed tire agent of Mr. Jones in this country,
To mourn the virtues of the dead ; he had been to Britain(and forty years be- current, it draws forth the expression "youare that ho hns thus become, by the will of tic
'' Yet morning's sun the dew will*dry eye, fore, Herod was made King of the Jews by quizzing me"COLLECTION k deceased, heir to 27,000 pounds.
fade from sorrow-1
And tears will
tho tomans who had conquered Judea 20
Affection's pang be lull'd to sleep, PRO Pay thou
Then the departed
ears previously. sceptre !
And love to weep.
s even forget from Judah. KEEI?MS. Along with, for with. Arter printer in the day that thou owest him, thai
The tree mourn its fallen' leaf for after. Ax for ask. Bimeby for by and the evil day may be affar off lest the good
I And autumn may winds bewail 1I's> bloom! From the Franklin Republican by. Begrutch for grudge. Became for because man of the law sendeth thee thy bill, GREETING .
Andfriendsmayhea-e the sigh of grief, Had ilellowses for bellows. Bran new !
1 who sleep within the tomb; OUR RELATIONS WITH Remember him of the and
O'er those much ill for new. Blow'd for blew. Cheer for quill, the lit
Yet soon will spring! renew the flowers, England or France shown as chair. Chimbley for chimney. Clargy tle devils around him, and when thou vved-
will bring more smilingrhours, the United. States,and have offered half the
I IIttf And time for clergy. Clark for clerk. Clean for drat thy daughter to the man of her choice i
1 j In friendship's heart all grief will die, number of insults 'to our flag and injuriesto
Cotch for send thou unto him a bountiful slice
' And even lore forget to sigh.i our citizens as Mexico, our government quite. caught. Come past for '1 from
Cotton wool for the bridal loaf.
would long since have demanded redress. came by. coiton. A cold
i Theses may on the desert shore From the time of the first efforts of Mex- for cold. Darscnt for dare not. Done for Borrow not that for which thy neighbor
i ? Lament each trace it bean away i.Tbe ico to establish, her independence, every did. Drap for drop. Disgest for digest. hath paid; but go and buy for thyself of
t lonely heart it's grief may pour Drean for drain. Disvocod for divorced. him who hath to sell.
for her
American felt interest success -
a lively
O'er cherished friendship's fast decay:
Frind for friend. For to. Forbid Thou shall not read thy neighbor's
Yet when all trace It lost and gone<< ,and many of our gallant countrymen, pa-
The waves dance bright and gaily on ; instigated by a pure love of liberty, em- for forbidden. Foro for before. Furderfor per,nor molest him in the peaceful possession .
Thus soon affection's bonds are torn, barked early in her cause, some of whose further. Gin for given. Hizzen for of it, lest thou stan cst condemned in
And even love forgets to mourn.ANCIENT bones now whiten her plains. And how his. Howsomever for however. Housen the sight of him who drivest the quill,and
were those who survived the struggle requited for houses, learn for heard. If so be thy character be hawked about by poo::
CHRONOLOGY. Some spurned'from the country with for if, Is (often) for are. Keer for care. children.
r' [FROM THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE.] out reward or thanks for their services,and Kiverfor cover. Knowed for knew KncwM -
It is generally known, that there have been others murdered. The brave Gen. Long, for knew. Larnin for learning. Lcm me MODEsrv.-Acap in the U. Slates
several different theories, or systems of after spending an immense fortune in, and for let me. Leastest for least. Madint for Infantry, when serving with Gen. Jackson
chronology, among the learned ; but that devoting many years to her service, being mayn't. Maracle for miracle.. Mild! for against the Indians, was put under arrest,
usually adopted by Jews and Christians, engaged in many of her most hard fought mile. Neast for nest. Nighst for near. and not being brought to a court martial
'supposes the creation of this globe, (or its battles, was invited to the city of Mexico, Nigh for near.. On for of. Ourn fc r ours. for a considerable time, he tendered his re \
formation as stated by Moses,) to be about under the pretence rewarding, him, and I Pardner for partner. Raley for really. signation. The following is concluding
400) years before our era. Of this period, was there assassinated; no doubt by the I I Ruff for roof. Riz.for. risen.. Rumatiz for passage in his letter: "in leaving the ser
'.t i OJ i 1660 elapsed before the deluge of .!oah.I influence of the priests. rheumatism. Says I for said I. Saxon for vice,lam not abandoning the cause of.Re. \
i I 4 According to the 'early Greek: version of Our government was the first to recog i sexton. Seed for saw. Sildom for'seldom. publicanism, but yet hope to brandish the-
: ,.' the books of Moses, it was nearly. 2000 nise her independence, and to invite her Spuuful for spoonful. Shay for chaise. glittering steel in the field, and carve my
' years from the creation to the flood Abra into the family of nations, also to open a Shot for shut. Sot for sat. Spry for way to a name which shall prove my coun
ham was of the ninth generation from a negociation with her for the purpose of sprightly. Squinch for quench. Sitch for try's neglect; and when this mortal part
Shem, and was born about 285! years after making a treaty of friendship and commerce ; such. Skeer'd for scar'd. Skase for scarce. shall be closed in the dust, and. the soul}
: that event; being 1930 from the creation, ; yet there were continual difficulties I Svthe for sigh. Speak for spike. Sarment shall wing its flight to the regions aborc,
I and about 2070 before our Savior. His thrown in the way by the priests. And for sermon. Taters for potatoes. Tcach- in passing by the pale moon 1 shall hang
1- direction, to depart from Chatdca and go other nations, who, took no notice of her ed for attached. Taint for it is not. That my hat on brilliant Mars' and make reportto
to Canaan, was'5 years later, being about for years after we had acknowledged her independence are for that. That other one for the other. each superlative star! and arriving at
350 from the flood,and about 1950 before made treaties with her without Theirn for theirs. I took and did it for I the portal heaven's chancetyshall de
Christ. He soon after proceeded south to difficulty, and we were the last nation. did it. Unrip for rip. Impossible for im mand of the attending angel to be ushered
Egypt, as there was a great dearth in Pales which made a treaty witb her, notwith- possible. Upstropelus for obstreperous. into the presence of Washington."
< tine. Egypt was then ((350 or 360 after standing we were the first she ought to have Vally for value. Week for wick. --...- .
;, the deluge,) a well settled and populous treated with-even this treaty was procured THE FAIR EQUIVOQUE.From .
;' country. Nor is it at all strange that it was with much difficulty, after her having.mal NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES.At a pleasant little work called the Journey
to. In ,nine generations, in a temperate treated one of our ministers, and an attempt the head of the navy department is of Life is taken the following neat epi
climate and fertile region, tho number of had.been made,to assassinate him lion. MaMon Dickerson, of New Jersey, gram.
' people would be great,even if sprung from also.. formerly Governor of that State. The As blooming Harriet moved along,

t t single pair, (Ham and his wife)1 but,con- And how has she conducted herself towards Commissioners of the Navy are Captains The The fairest beaux gazed of the on beauteous with admiration throng, ,
lidenng the peculiar advantages* of Egypt, us since this treaty? Her first acts Rogers, Chauncey and' Morris. The following Avowed by many an exclamation-
it ia-reaaonable'to'suppose that the rational were to pass Jaws invidious to our citizens. we believe, is a correct list of the What form t what naivete! what grace !
increase was augmented by people from the She insults "flag whenever she,finds anopportunityand ships and vessels which compose our. navy, co Nay," Dashwood cries, "that blooru'l
north, from'call an,.ChaJdea and Arabia. : our citizens trading, to at the present time. Twelve of the line, not Harriet s, "" '
Ham had four tons,. (at least) and one of her ports are not safe in'their persons or: or 74's, viz. Independence, Franklin, 'Twas bought at .Reynold's, Moore's or
those had five ions. His son Canaan had property,. as both are frequently lawlessly I Washington,Columbus, Ohio, North Carolina Marriot/s ;
more, from whom arose the Jebusites, Em. dealt with. We should have consuls in ,. Delaware, Alabama,Vermont, Virgin And though you vow her face untainted"
orites, Girgasites, Hivites,Arkites, Sinites, all of her ports, particularly Texas, to en ia, Pennsylvania, New York. The last A I swear, by instantly God your was beauty's laid, painted,
Awdite, Teraanitesund Hamathiies; and able American citizens trading with her, five not entirely finished. Of the first class And wager Ranger sought the lovely maid;
afterwards'says Moses, the Canaanites to put themselves under consular authority, of frigates, (of' 44 guns,) United States, The pending bet tie soon reveal'd',
$ spread abroad. It is now only the sixth or also a few ships of war to cruise alonghercoast Constitution, Java, Gucrriere, Potomac, Nor e'en the impious oath conccal'd;.
seventh generation from the first settlementOf to protect our flag and redress wrongs Brandywine, Hudson,Santee, Cumberland, Confused-her cheek bore witness true,
the United States: ; and how extensiveis offered that or to our country. Sabine, Savannah!, Raritan, Columbia, St. By turns the roses came and flew.
its population! Abating the ad: from -..,.... Lawrence, seven of these, however,are Your bet," ate said, "is rudely odd-
emigrations,it would probably be eight or TheNantucket Inquirer has tumbled overa the stocks, but nearly completed.' Frigates But I am painted,sir. -by God."

I ten millions. snag of appalling magnitude. We know of second class, (of 36 guns,) Constellation DAYS .
From Abraham to the exode of the Israelites nobody that can help him out of the difficulty Congress, Macedonian Sloops of OF GRACE.Different t customs pre
out of Egypt under Moses, proba- ,unless it be Mr.Van Buren, or Mr. war, 16; to wit,John Adams, Cyane, Erie, vail in different countries, with regard to
bly 'was 320 or 330 years; being in the Van Buren'n High Dutch biographer. But Ontario, Boston, Peacock,Lexington, Vin- States the grace allowed on notes. In the United
time of the sixth generation after that patriarch here is the Inquirer's account of the matter cennes, Warren,Natehez, Falmouth, Fair. three daysare allowed-London.
,about 1500 years before.christ'and -N. Y. Com. Adv field, Vandalia, St. Louis, Concord._ three-Turin five-Amsterdam six-Copenhagen
800 later than the deluge. We speak in u-Inquirer-Exchange." These wordsare Schooners ; Dolphin, Grampus, Porpoise, eight-Paris' ten-Hamburg 12
round numbers, and take the account by written out on the margin of a news- : Shark,Enterprise,Boxer.Experiment Four -Madrid fourteen, and Geneva thirty ;
Moses as our guide. The'settlement of paper received yesterday,called Unabban- I Sea-gulL The whole number is while in St. Petersburg] ,. Leghorn, Lyons,
the Jews in Canaan, was 1460 before our gige Repullicaner-and.are the only English I. The number of officers and seamen (ex- Loipslc,and some other cities, no days ot
era; and'89,0 or 900 years subsequent words upon the whole sheet-all the cept marines) is about 6000; and the marine grace are allowed.Airong .
4' tbd flood. According to Josephus, the rest is high Dutch and German text. We I corps amounts to 1300.-American t. .
foundation of Tyre was 200 years later, cannot even find out where the thing comes I I Magazine.TUB the ladies who patronise tire association
And about 250. years before the reign of from. There are in the imprint, the words I -ote- to prevent omnibus drivers from
Solomon. The Egyptians-settled in Greece "Donnerstag, den 25sten Juny 1835- AGE OF CHIVALRY 13 CONE.-'Fhe flogging their horses, is' Miss Catharine
tbout 1100 before the Christian era, and which we take to be the date: and among journeymen printers of Boston have met lYallop.-N. J. Paper.
350 after the settlement of the Israelites in the other matter we decypher,"Appel Dum and made arrangements strike. What "--eI'
Canaan. But it is probable that the Tyn puns," Demokratiachic Candidaten fur does the reader suppose that these gallant A country paper announces that t'No ii.
ans also made emigrations to Greece, a* President der V. S4.Mart in Van Buren von ,I gentlemen! are about to strike at ? 'J'he0 ccs of births, marriages, and death?) will
they were early a. maritime people and Neu York; fur Vice Prasident, Richard M. men! The Boston Gazette says_"A hand- not be received unless authenticated lip the ),
that thny carried: the knowledge pf alphabetic Johnson von Kentucky" and other jaw bill was out yesterday, calling on.the journeymen signature of the parties. [Only think of
.fitlng, learnt from the Jews and de stretching lingo, Mynheer Vouschem&im, printers to strike, not foe the purpose cradled babes and coffined tenants authenticating
rived frooj, Moses. According! to Sir Isaac we can't make any possible use of your of obtaining an advance in wages ofa their births and deaths by their
Newton however;. the rise of Tyre, asa Unabbangige Republ ican r. I' reduced tariff of time,but for the avowed signatures..
i place of trade and Navigation was not so purpose of getting rid of the ladies. In
early by 160 or 180 years. Greece began ORIGIN OF THE WORD "Cll1lZ.-Vcry ,I Boston, females are extensively'engaged in When a man says Ke.'doeshe speak
(o be civilized 1000 years before the time of few words' ever took such a run, or was I setting: up types. The labor is light and tho truth, or docs he not t If he lies, lie
'I Chnst. The kingdoms of Judah and Israel saddled with so many meanings as this the ladies are enabled to make handsomewages speaks the truth ; if he speaks the truth,he
i separated about the same time. Filly monosyllable ; and however strange the ; by it. It seems that the lords of lies. This pr b1em'it is said, puzzled the
year later, the Greeks settled Italy. Soon word, ftis still more strange that not one creation are not disposed to submit to this stoics to such a. degree,that one of them
tfter, was the expedition of the Argonauts, of our lexicographers from Bailey to Johnson competition and
are determined to "strike [Chrysippus] wrote six volumes upon if.
and a short period later, the siege and detruction ever attempted an explanation, or give Do they suppose that females have not and another one[Phi letus] studied himself
of Troy. Homer probably wrote a derivation, of it. It is because it has no wants to supply, and the right to supply death in endeavoring to effect its solution.TYPOGRAPHICAL .
I two generations after,about 900 before oar meaning, nor is it dented from any lan them by honest labor, Are they ignorantof ,
t era; and Carthage wu settled by Phent* guage ever known, from the Babylonian the trials ami' sufferings of the -oso-
1 clans tinder Dido, soon afterwards. The confusion to this dayVJl n. Richard tected portion of that sex,of the difficultiesof unpro- ERROR-An 1 advertisement
Assyrian empire was very formidable about Daly: was patentee of the Irish theatres, be attaining even the necessaries of life of in a New York paper says!, '"Madame
i this time Twenty or thirty years later, spent the evening of a Saturday in company the.thousand evils and dangers which beset Acontinues to construct Young Ladies
' ,the era of Olympiads began, and thirty after with many of the wits and men of fashion their path ? on the most reasonable" terms. Her
that period' Rome was founded; but ot the.day; gambling was introduced, terms are $15 a quarter.*" It bas been sagaciously
according to Newton lUve they no pity, no rutbl" remarked that the for -
' i 120 years: later. when the manager staked large sum that relenting price
t' The legislation of Lycurgus, Draco and he would have spoken all through the prin We arc sure the printers of Boston will a whole young lady must be $50.
Solon were near thia p >riod. Pythagoras cipal'streets of Dublin, by a certain hour have nothing to do with so ungallant a .... ,
lived 500 vetre before Christ. The battle next day Sunday, a word having no meaning movement Gel rid of tbe ladies!" It
of Marathon was A little later acd Hero- and being derived from no known will be a dangerous experiment Philad. A CCTE YANKEE NOTION.It is proposed :
dotes, the historian, some 20'years after language. Wagers were laid, and stakes Gazette. in the New Haven Herald, that as the
q that event. Plato was nearly a hundred deposited. Daly repaired: to the theatre, hickory, from its toughness and hardness
)'ftrllater. Aristotle 40 years after Plato, and despatched all servants and deemed characteristic of Gen Jackson, was .
supernumeraries A, NOBLE R&\V
and Demosthenes was his contemporary, or with the "QUIZ,**which .um.-Some..1t'ars since honored by the faithful as his emblem,that
A few year After. Alexander conquered chalked on every door and every tbop they Mr.Joseph saved Wood tlu of Trenton,N. J. hero- of Martin Van Bnren,should beij3rf
jctlljf lift of a son ofaJVIr. Jones elm.

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Ie ; cer of Charleston. Some lire-arrnwatch. is to bo turned into a bowl or farm, and _- __ -fL--,-- ;

'cs, and a small sum of money we under- : when cold, eaten with cream (or milk) and SHarfnc KnteUCgcutr. 't

1-- stand, were found in the cabin, every thing sugar. If preferred, sugar may be boiledin I

KEY WEST, FLORIDA : apparently having been hastily left. I the milk. PORT. OF KKYWKST. ..

On referring to our files, we find that the ARRIVED.
Schooner Pee De....rapt Tolonsailed! from ,.( t OF 'I'IIE. MANCINELLA. SEP FEMBER,3-Brig Statira, Holmes,

FROM NEW CHILEANS.t I Charleston for Mile and New Orleans on DR. L. tT\ER,1vho: cur readers may recollect New York, sundries to .\. C.1'U\ Co.,
s'chr.I I \l sitcl Key West about iwo \V. A. Whitehead and master. .F'
the arrival of the 10th June years
By and was cleared by J. Cohen Jr. since'on a botanical excursion 4-Sloop Relief, Woodward, Havana ; to ,
; recentlyread
arrived at Mobile on 14th July, and master.
1 Robert &. James from New before the Medical. Society of South
cleared the ensuing day for New Orleans.Of Schr. Robert & James,Warren, N. Of*""
her Carolina, an interesting essay on tho poisonous leans, Flour Bread tic.to O.O'Hara. .
arrival at New
Orleans *
we have no
have received
Orleans SAILED. .
effects of a number vines and trees
advices, but there can be no doubt of her AUGUST 30-Brig Stranger,J. Henry '
J files of the Louisiana Advertiser having: been wrecked on her voyage from, possessing deleterious qualities, among oth- Philadelphia ; Arrow Root, master. I
ten, of the Mancinella or Manchincal
SEPTEMBER 1 Rev. Cutter
that port, and very probably in the gale Washing i
to the 1711 ult. which which is! so common upon our Island. lie ton, Lt. O'Brien commanding; on cruise. '
I IJ was
on August, states ho found by chemical analysis, that 4-Brig Statira, Holmes, St Marksmas. !

R. M, Williamson, Chairman of the meet I which is represented to have been very severe the of tho Mancinella contained a large ter.
,: ing held on the 22d July at San Felipe to in the Gulf. sap Hoop Relief, Woodward, Havana.Schr. .
'I the situation of Texas and I Ii portion, about half of Resin some gummy .
consider adopt As no boats were found attached to the Orion of Key West,Capt. Sander r
i measures for the public safety, published an' wreck it the extractive principle, a small quantity ofCaoutchouc. son, was to sail from Philadelphia about 1st .
1 address to the inhabitants of the province, is possible ship's company may traces of Albumen, and a Salt August.
,f \ declaring it to be the of Revolution have escaped. Brig amelia: r
upon verge a consisting of an acid of a peculiar nature, Capt. Westcrvcltfor Kef
>, which has for its object the destruction (03"Siuce;: the alove was put in type, by West and St. !Markswas expected to sail ,
i of the Republican form of Govern- the arrival of the Schooner Robert &James which might be termed Euphorbic Acid,and from New York about middle of August.U''rwlx't .

; ment, and the subjugation of the country from New Orleans, papers have been recei Ammonia constituting an Euphorbiate of .i it

'. to a military despotism.The ved up to 17th August, and we notice Amonia. Dr. L. thinks that the effects are women and wine
addiess recommends in the strongest that the schr. Tee Lee was towed to sea on Man's lot is to smart "
terms, immediate preparation3 to meet the the 6th or 7, but whither bound is not stated. primarily produced on the cutaneous system Wine makes the head ache r 'I!
by imbibation, or absorption ; the vio I And women the heart."
crisis, and impresses upon the inhabitantsof I Just as we were going to press,the wreckof
the frontier in particular, the necessity : the Pee Dee arrived, lowed in by the I lent action of the arterial system which I I ...

l' of securing San Antonio, which now garrisoned I scbr. Fair American. No further particu I sometimes ensues being sympathetic ; he ELECTION NOTt('E.

..} by Santa Anna's troops. lars respecting the disaster can be learnt regards moisture as the vehicle of commu- NOTICE is hereby given, that an'election
It will be recollected, tln t the troops of Corn: alouo seems to have .
comwtJsed :! nication. The objections of some writers for a Member of the Legislative Council
Zacatecas, the most heroic of the provinces cargo.
-' which resisted the new Government under .. ,' ---- that in hot cloudless days the air is more. I of the Territory of Florida, for the countyof

Santa Anna, were defeated: by him in AprilI FLORIDA ARROW ROOT. ratified and thatthe poison acts with the, : Monroe will bo held on Monday the '

last.! It has since been garrisoned through The day, we trust, is not far distant,when greatest virulence about midday are of no 12ii! day of Oct.\bcr'1835' at the following ,

i out, and is now subject to military rule. prejudices in favor of the productions of I places under the superintendence of the
the ,
I moment ; as trees, by nature of their
Foreign countries will cease to operate to following Inspectors, viz:
i The Brig Statira, 'apt. HOLMES, fiom I Ij the detriment of the agriculturists and manufacturers i perspiration, and radiation from their leaves In Key West, at the Engine House.

New York since our last, brings! no news. I in a sky without clouds,surround themselves *
of our own. We are sufficiently
with an atmosphere constantly cold and misty
She the N. W. Channel
passed through '
friendly to the policy and principle of free CHARLES M. WELLS.

j yesterday morning,4th inst., bound to St. trade, to allow every man to exercise the ; and as this poison,when the body is ina JOHN P. BALDWIN. ., I
Marks. perfectly dry state,scarcely ever acts on
of AMOS C. TIFT.At .
most perfect freedom in the purchase the system." v
whatever he require, whether the necessaries Indian Key,at the Store of Jacob
SMACK FAIR AMERICAN.-Fears are entertained .1 may .Dr. L. thinks that the poisonous effectsof I lIouri"I,
for the of the or luxuries of life, at whatever man.INSPEC'T'ORS., I
safety Fishing Sloop the Manchinealhave been much exag-

Fair American, as she hat not been heard mart or at whatever price be may think gerated. The circumstance that plants ofa e

of since the gale of 16th last! month, whenit proper; yet we cannot but lament the blind,. different nature do not grow near' Mancbi- CHARLES HOWE. .". .-:

) is supposed she was on her way to Havana. ness or perverseness that will lead anyone neal forests, he attributes, not to tho pouonous JACOB HOUSEMAN. .
to overlook an article of home manufacture WAI. 11. FLETCHER.At ,
The board Daniel P. Til- ,
persons on were exhalations emanating fHfnthem, but
linghastof R. master ; Charles W.' An. supplied at comparatively a low price for to the great deterioration of the soil caused Key Vacas, at the Store of William fl f

drcws, N. Y.; Sohn J. Scales! Mass., and one of foreign production in no way superior by all plants abounding in acrid and milky Whitehesd, Esq. *

: Tuomas Allen. and truly considered, a"dear article." INSPECTORS. ,
juices, especially if Ammonia enter in their !
The Arrow Root which is the growth of composition. WAI. WHITEHEAD u I I

REPUTED PIRACY.-It is rumored in town South Florida, may be considered one of TEMPLE PAINT. ,. 1
Dr. L. thinks thai the Manchireal acts
that the crew of the Wrecking Schooner these home productions which are sacrificed JOSEPH BETHELL. rAt
in common with the Poison Sumach, Poison
Thistle, the property of Capt. Jacob Houseman I to the undue preference for those imported. Cape Florida at tho House of John
Oak and the other plants made the subject .
of Indian Key, having taken posses I Equally white, equally pure with that of Duboiso. i "
of his virtue of stimulant .
essay, by a opera ,.
sion of her, had left the reef. Their destination
Jamaica heretoforo deemed the. best, and INSPECTORS.
} ation and that 'the effects in .,
I are a great '
unknown, but probably they have by many thought to be the most nutritiousof measure modified' in different individuals, JOHN DUBOSE. /

made, their way to Nassau. the two, there can be no reason for its bysexagetemperament&c.i that female SAMUEL A. SPENCER J i ;

K METEOROLOGICAL.Themonth not superseding the necessity for supplying and childrenfrom'Phyiioiogical peculiarity. WILLIAM COOLEY. ..w S. .

the market with any of the article from Given under my hand and eol of office,;
of closed being liable than males, and that the
August having we more this of t
abroad. 2nd day September J 935. ., :
have procured from the Custom House, and more delicate and less protected positionsof By the Judge
We have no ptice-current at hand givingthe : / '
added to the Table on our last page, the result the skin are most susceptible. That the.poiSOD WAJ. R. HACKLEY :
value of the imported article in first
of the Thermometrical observations for acts specifically, as tis ,the general, Judge N. c. C.
the month hands,but we are well assured that it C\O- opinion, on certain parts of the body, he J. A. TIIOURON, C.LE.KK1.. oT0.J, 1i
not be imported at less than from two to
The maximum temperature, for one day can scarcely believe; he admits that the """ ft' '
of manufacturedin ELLEN MALLORY
three times the price that
was greater by a quarter of a degree than eyelids,and the organ itself, the nose, lips,
which is from vs. .In Attachment;
this vicinity, 6 to 8 c per
was experienced during the same period 4-c. are more generally affected thin other '
lb. With an increase of demand, the aid
last year, but the mean of the month was parts-but he thinks that in every case those interested will take notice
of machinery would he secured, and a diminution *
less by two degrees. August of 1834, was I' where a caustic stimulus acts from without, the said suit hat bonn common'

the hottest month of the year, but this year in price might be anticipated, at parts endowed with thin and delicate Integuments I in the Superior Court*.

the mean temperature proves to have been present a similar mode of manufacture to are more liable to be af&icted'than for Monroe County, and are notified ,to
that followed abroad is pursued in Florida, others. the declaration filed
plead to herein.I'
. somewhat lower than that of July, which .
though it is probable ilJe Florida manufacturers Dr. L. that of the [(30-3m1] A. GOR! ON for
; may be owing to the greater quantity of I says, one greatest pe Att'y! Pl1fc;

rain than usual which fell during the ironth. possess! not all the facilities of their culiarities affections of this kind, is that; ft

The quantity that fell in August, Inchei. competitors.We versed they are often liable to return about a year William H. Shawi .
not in
are sufficiently Botany *
1833, amounted to 3,100 after their first appearance without. fresh vs. In Attach*
pronounce upon the similarity of the Florida John Ex'r of the
exposure the in ment.
Do Do in August 1834 3,460 to cause any manner.wbat
Root to that of Jamaica or Bermuda, last will and Testament .
Do Do tnis table ever. This periodical! return occurs annu t.:
year as per 5,930 but there can be no doubt of their belong J.K. Baron J
Not more, however, than the ally in some instances,for the course of four,.
average quantity ing to to the same family of plants. The persons interested will tAke notice,
of rain has fallen thus for in 1835 ; the quantity manufactured is sufficient for the five,or even ten years. Several cases came"under ALL "thP' above suit 'has been com-!

total 1 quantity being 19,545 Inchet. his. own observation, and others are mencrd
present demand and doubtless will increaseas by attachment;and are notified to i

In 1834, the quantity was 21,782 the root is indigenous, and but two or mentioned by Drs. Barton, Pbysick, Caldwell plead to the declaration filed herein. 14 1,

In 1833 it was 17,700 u and Horsfield. A. GORDON PPffi.
I Ally
three being at in
planters present engaged
In relation to the treatment of cafes of April 25, 1635.(28-14wj[
the manufacture and that too in connectionwith
poisoning, from these plants,he has successfully
CHARLESTON.The their other agricultural pursuits. WE authorized to an; I'
used a solution Corrosive Sublimateand
Schooner Fair America, Captain 'fhe low price at which the Florida Ar R. HACK" I
Acetate of Lead, the Lancetand warm WDOUDce' candidate-
Coombs,on her way to this port from Indian row Root is sold, allows of its being applied fomentations.. As it sometimes happens a count .

Key, on Friday 28th August,off Bahia Honda I to other purposes than those, to which from i
that the fruit of the Manchineal, resembling In the next Legislative Council of this T V-

fell in with the hull e f a vessel full of its dearness, foreign Arrow Hoots usually a Crab. Apple, is eaten by children,it wouldbe ritory. ** March 14, 1835., (22te] .

water, which proved to be the Schooner restricted. For instance, it mused here
best to administer such cases,first, an
Pee Dee of Charleston. The spars and rigging almost universally in the" place of Starch, emetic and purgative, and afterwards the L!:GAX. CONVSYANOINCJ

chains and anchors were hanging over and no one can visit Key West without being Acetate of Lead, in minute doses, as this Of every lewd ertcvfed -tvlil& "

the bows, so as to considerably elevate the satisfied of the fitness of the substitute.It .
combines with the acid, forming an inert PROMPTNESSr
stern out of water and a bole had been is also extremely,valuable in the composition and insoluble compound. He stated that t

cut in the quarter deck, leading into the of many niceties for:the table,(a fact *
the used the ON
remedy by natives of those APPLICATION THE ,
cabin, as, if for the purpose ef obtaining which we make known for the particular "
countries in which the Manchioeal found, .
something therefrom. edification of our fair readers,) and particularly ..,. OFFICEOF ._ ....
u the sap of the American, or Wild Fig. .0 .
With the assistance of the Schooner Mary in an imitation Blanc-mange, the recipe Tim C ETJK OF TIlE SUFEBIOD w
We indebted ;
are to a communication in '
Ehzabethj Capt. Thomas, bound hence for which we make public, after having COURT. '
the Charleston Courier 24th! July for this ; .
for Nassau, the wreck was towed ashore.....- satisfied ourselves of its merit It is __,- __ -,

On ope iog her hatches,she was found to be used by the planters in some places as a exposition of Dr. Leitner's orfnioDl.//*//// NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Ihtt ,

loaded nth a considerable! quantity of Corn bread stuff, and was so used by the aborigine FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGED for receiving subscriptions ,

in a stale of putrefaction, and it was suppo but we do not ak for)it so*general a is hereby given to Lackland to the Capital Stock of the SOUTHERN'
sed tha :merchandise of some kind in bar use as to hale it supersede the use of either NOTICE .h Stone,that a unit will be PANY, will be opened at ,the office,COM.of

rels, wps beneath but it Lad not''yet" been wheat or rye. We shall red satisfied Your instituted at,the next (November) term of Thomas Douglas Esq. in the.City of St.

reached when our informant left the wifck. notice secure for the ,manufacturers as the Superior Court for the Southern District Augustine, on the second. Hay of November

No/one was found on board the Pee Dee, great a demand 'as the goodness of their of Florida, upon a mortgage held by. the nest at 10 o'clock A. M.; and will be

and very thing bore evidence to her haying Arrow Root deserves. ."s subscriber on two lots or ground lying and kept open from time to time by adjournment -
Recipe for an Arrow Rout imitation Blancmaitge. : being within .the limits of the town of
l een for some time in the situation in Key ,until the."hido of thai Stock shall be
.-Stir into one quart of milk vhen West, and known on the map thereof as lots subscribed
not ,
whir a the was when discovered. A consider exceeding thirty days. -
foiling, two table spoons-full of rrow Root NOT. 2 and 3 ia square 44. LOT *
*b e quantity of baggage was on board, previously mixed with cold water, to the CLARK, '.
led to belong consistence of cream, the milk having been M. R. F. EMERSON. ROBERT'RAYMOND REID

1 upp passengersand among first flavored with Cinnamon, Lemoa, or By her attorney in fact, THOMAS DOUGLAS. .' ..: '
then ijfrotn; some papers picked up, there is other essence to your taste Immediatelyafter WILLIAM A. WlIITEHEAD.' ComnbtiaiKrti: '

ret *1 r.,: to belUvsi wu a Mr. Bowman a gro stirring in the Arrow Root,the whole Key West,June If, 1835. (31- ot4ni.] June SO, 1835. [3f..IOtrENQUIRER. } -


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PROSPECTUS OF THE aw; on Saturday, Nov. 8, 18}4. The work Embellished with a beautiful and extensive date of the first number.

TALLAHASSEE: GAZETTE-It' & GENERAL AD- will be published weekly, each number variety of engraving, from original DANIEL K. WHITAKER.

VERE19ER. containing eight large quarto pages--equal and selected designs, both colored and Charleston, 24th March, 1835.

The undersigned! propose to publish%(n to sixty duodecimo pages-.of miscellaneous plain, with two engraved title pages, and At a meeting of The Literary and Philosophical

the City of,Tallahassee, Florida, a* weekly and original matter,printed on superior two distinct indexes, (intended to perfect Society of South Carolina, convened
i 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 follow.

xette and Geceral Advertiser.'? Its columns handsome title page and 'correct index will collection Music original and, selected, ing:: Resolution was Coffered by Benjamin

will lie devoted jto Politics, Internal Im- be furnished,and the work at the end ofth'e arrayed far the piano'or guitar, with nearly Elliott'Esq., seconded by Myer M. Cohen,

provements,and General Intelligence,comprising year, will form,an excellently printed 600'pages"large octavo letter press, and Esq., and unanimously adopted:-
the news of the day, both Forcign volume of four hundred.andsixteen pages, only THREE DOLLARS PER NUM. "Rc olvcd, That The Literary 4f Phi
and Domestic. equal to three thousand duadecimopages. Each numbe ref this periodical l contains losophical' Society understond, with high

Inaceordanbc with custom,the publish. :The volume will. contain twenty-six 48 pages of extra royal octavo fetter press, gratification, that Mr. Whitaker is abou\\

ers will proceed in a very brief.manner.to pieces of music 'for the Piano: Forte,Flute, printed with clear,new,and beautiful type, commencing monthly Journal,. to be de-
lay before the public an analysis of the planon &c., equal to one hundred of common (arranged after rile manner of the London votedi to the advancement of Southern

Mhicli the Gazette will be conducted. sheet music, which could not be purchased "La Belle Assembled,") ort paper of the Literature, and, with pleasure,declare tlicir
They will endeavor steadily to keep in separately for Jess than five dollars T'and finest texture and whitest color. It i is:: embellished opinion of his full qualification for such.an

; view the landmarks of the Constitution of the publishers, are determined tq procure with splendid Engravings on Copper undertaking, and comply with his requestto

). the United States, by which they hope to the simple! 'rather than the .Complex," and and Steel, executed by artists of the bo permitted to publish the proceedingsof

ateer.their course aright. Asa moderationand difficult highest skill and distinction, and embracing the society, and such corntnunicntions

firmness will be our rostto, we will bet Although the publishers place no dependence every variety of subjects.-Among these to the society, as the curators may approve
low to brand with heresy, those politicianswho whatever, in the\. support of it, as a are illustrations of Popular Legends, Romantic (Signed) JOSEPH JOHNfeON,

may honestly differ in opinion from literary paper,,upon its engravingsyet there Incidents, Attractive Scenery, and President, pro tern.
us. It is our design fairly to report the will be presented occasionally, plates from portraits of Illustrious Females. The number JACOB DE LA MOTTA, Secretory.

passing political news of the day;, the political copper and wood of beautiful workmanship commencing each quarter contains a (( Subscriptions to the above wok will!
views that we may. nave occasion toadvocate and finish. *Already have appeared a beau picture of the existing Philadelphia Fashions be received at this Office. April 21.j J.

,shall be dispassionately i discussed; tifully engraved portrait of James FenimoreCooper .+designed; engraved and colored ex- -_, --,? '.I'... -
9 10 far as we are concerned; and we hope executed on steel, and a chaste pressly for this work,by competent persons PROSPECTUSOf <

our.friends who may favor us with commu- vignette<<: title page, engraved on copper. specially engaged for that purpose. The the Third Volume the
. nications will observe the same rule, otherwise Its contents will be various and spirited, Embellishments of this charter which have PARLOR-MAliAZIME.of

they will be rejected. In the observance making in elegant paper for the parlor and appeared in former nurnbersaro confessedly WEEKLY
t devoted Literature
of this course,.we shall act with strict. for the'lover: of polite literature, as'contributions superior to :any which have been furnish- A and:the paper Fine Arts the to Drama
4 jtppattl lity. will be,secured' from some o:' the d in any other similar.American publication ; ;
the Fashions Tales .
+ : Essays !
t 'r.., It will be the aim of the publishers to most popular American 1 autho:!. and fronvthe arrangements which have Sketches the History; of Women; Biographical Harm-

,; 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, &c. I

they are capable of, bearing} mind the contain as much rcadinlfmatter', as any they will'be improved in the coming volume &c. and embellished'; with Engravings
$ old age j.hey,that would please every. body smri'ar-! quarto paper:;*; now,published in the In addition,to the several 'Embellishments ; Fine Wood superior -
Plate the
ill .nobad .* United,1 States..and-it and ; ; of
% can safely
please: ; -truly just referred, every number Fashions and M .
however 4 ) be calledtbe ""cheapest journal of the kind. contains 'isic. Price three dollar
rtln avowing1; design to pursue ; several Engravings on wood representing
ati urse' untrammelled by the shackles of I "To Bostonrand to Massachusetts in rwrtikjcular !- foreign and native scenes, curious -per. annum, payable in advance .
,t would be } and to New England the publisher TIle PARLOR MAGAZPTE :is now in the
l I' tny party, we not as and interesting subjects, natural history, meridian of
being i indiflerent i to the! importance of correctprmciples. looks,for;patronage.v ? Entomology Conchology, ,Humorous Incidents hopes without ils'popularity shadow; and as aspiring
.. They 'wish however di oTEtixsThreedollarsperanaumifpaid Ornamental Productions, Embroidey a and cloudless

tinctly,to'fcaver it known,that they,will)! neither advance=four dollars if not'p-iid until and other needle work, Riding Dancing cheer prospects it without its a horizon, continue to
lead the.van nor follow the.train of the expiration of the year-two dollars for &c., besides one or more pieces of on way we n.:IY reasonably anticipate

,Bem ning Political Intriguers who are men sixs months, to be paid in advance. popular Music, arranged for the Piano or for it a long day of triumph. For
of principle proportion to their interest. Any person procuring five subscribersand Guitar. general appearance, mechanical arrangement -

Several columns of the Gazette will be remitting the money for the same will Every six numbers.of the work form an I and typographical execution, it may
to moral and miscellaneous :be entitled to a sixth gratis. :assert its claims to rank among the
appropriated! ..Essays a copy elegant volume suitable for binding and ,
' i character under. the head of Orders,.with the payment,should be sent with these are furnished gratuitous a superbly most: beautiful periodicals in the United
for immediately. If any desire to States: ,-The Literary.department is con-
"jBeading Saturday Evening. person secure i engraved title page and a general
The publishers are fully aware of the the back' numbers, a- few setts of which I. index of contents. ,(er.-: The terms of the tributed the to by many of the ablest writersin

difficulty ,of their undertaking, but placegreat remain on hand, application must.be made Lady's Book arc three dollars in adrancc. country-men whose names, if they

reliance,on |he public liberality, and immediately. Persons.remitting! Ten Dollars shall be entitled gave- us permission to use them, would
t believe that diligent> attention. to business, Boston;-.Not..;1834.. to four copies of the work. Persons save the us the trouble of circulating our claimson

i and a zealous effort to serve the public, will t GREAT NATIONAL 'YORK.AMERICANMAGAZINE. remitting Fifteen Dollars shall be entitledto public. through the medium of a

aecure to themselves a liberal share of pat six.copies of the work, and additional prospectus.For
selection, the literary gardens of all
ronage. copies of the' est engravings. Persons .
The City of Tallahassee being locatedin Of useful and Entertaining Kno\cledgetto procuring Ten Kmv Subscribers, and forwarding America-and half Europe are open to us:

.' the centre'of and be illustrated so that if we fail in this particular the defect
Florida! surrounded by numeroes Engravings. the cash for the same, besides a
by many natural.advantages, possessing i in BY THE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY.. discount of fifteen per cent., shall be presented must be only attributed to a want of
p : taste.-The "Fashions" with
as given space around its centre, a larger The success which has attended the publication with a copy of the third volume of due attention. We shall meet
population than hat, of any other portion of the best Magazines from the the work superbly bound. have made arrang&menu
of the Territory within the same limits,has to obtain the earliest intelligencefrom
English Press, has led to preparations for London and Paris the
!}ut one.weekly newspaper. In additionTO PROSPECTUSOf in respect to
this there are many valuable sections; of issuing a periodical more particularly adap a Monthlyi Magazine, to be entitled. various changes, which shall be inserted aesogruas
ted to the and taste of the
I country, which i ,!.f doubt! not,.will s n'bc1irqugbt wants American THE SOUTHERN LITERARY JOURNAL, received. The Parlor Magazine
public While it will be the of the
tats.cultivation-should the present object To beyu6Jiilied in Charleston, S. CWHILE shall be occasionally embellished will
proprietors to make the work strictly. what
prices of the great staple of the country be numerous literary periodi beautiful engravings upon interesting subjects
i its title will
indicates it
maintained :'which must considerably 'I ., nevertheless, ,.con issued from the American ; and plates of' the newest fashions,
the jJopulaUon-of; 'the:Territory:augment I tain all articles" of interest to its patrons, Pres?,-which.are liberally patronized, it 'has plain or, colored_ ,.. as! circumstances, will .

From the considerations slated above, which appear in foreign Magazines. been a subject of general regret, that since permit, besides wood cuts-tn.a- great variety,

we have ho hesitation in believing that we Extensive preparations have been entered discontinuance. of that able work, the and a piece of original: pr,"well selected
into, both with artists and Authorsr1o Southern Review there has been Music at least t\Vict'1'
with BO Magazine ; month.
may confidence, rely: for., complete
furnish front,all of the drawings
: parts established in South
Carolina .
gucccss'of undertaking on*the support -Highly finished portraits of all the
and illustrations of
every subject of ing a suitable medium which the
of a generous public. through great British and American poets, from
CoNDmoNs.VThe interest which the publishers confidently opinions of our best writers might be Chaucer downwards .
.Tallahassee in
Gazette are
believe will enable J ,them t.o.i. i issue ,a work bear preparation.
F brought to ,directly and and
tndQeqeral Advertiset twill b$ published usefully upon will'appear in on a sure .royal\ sheet, at four dollars per honorable.to,its title and acceptable to the the public mind. It is with a view. to meet to time, with general critique on.the' su-

annum payable in advance o?on delivery American! People.\ mm ..> this demand"that r the. niiMimtinn--.-__._.. t\f_. thi..__ thor's works annexed to each :: the head
of the first dumber Four dollars and fifty monthly-elicb ono American number.magazine is puousnea:! Journal is proposed-and that the generaland and review of Shalcepeare will( be- forthcoming ,

cents if paid after the expiration\ of six containing between substantial support of the citizens of in bmary-Bryant' will follow

months,,or fivo.dollars if,paid at the close fort1-and'fifty Dollars imperial octavo pages,at Two the South, is respectfully solicited., .To this paragraph we would respectfully!
of the year.c per ,payable in advance. The proposed Magazine will! :consist of i call the reader's attention,as the undertaking

No subscription'gig6e received for alessterm l compriseS-Portraits-aod Biographical 1| original communications on Literary and j is one of the greatest expensfe and la
than'one year and the paper will not '|Views f&efpbes distinguished Americans-- Scientific subjects, of notices of recent bor.. The likeness shall all be taken by
of 'BuildinRS,l lonuments, publications, particularly in the '
discontinued without orders untirnll arrearages and departmentof the best masters. 1
improv aeats't-l..andScape scenery- light and fugitive-Literature
are of.popular
paid. the boundless' riet;and beauty ot which, tales suggested by historical and local The Magazine is printed on su .*-royal!
The first will be issued 'associations
duringthe .
in this country,, will form' an unceasing of'P.ietry and Political Intelligence paper, in quarto form, and stitcd in a
in fall.
ensuing summer early the handsome
source bf instruction and cover.
gratification En.gravings
; are intended ,
to afford
Communications addressed tho4 publishers and,descriptions of the character, a vehicle fOil the free, but disCUlSioo .Office 67 Liberty-street, Pfcw-Y k.
must.. be post paid. Habits &c. of Bird Beasts temperate, ** **
JOHN BALDWIN Fishes, and of all questions, whichfrom their # Editprs i of Newspapers,vAo. w's
Insects,together with every subject connected i importance, interest to exchange'with us, will pjino
... 1MVIP..SIJEFFER.'Tallahassee or attraction, are deserving oblige by,c with the Geography, History, Natural t of the attention of an educated this prospectus and forwarding their yap".
April 17, 1835. .
1 and artificial resources urthocountl' illustrated ,
), : community. If"It shall become whit its
a popular
manner. name imports Journal '
., .- a of strict Southern BLANK :BELL
CO. Zacrofere if '
ISAAC C. PRAY, EDITOR.: No 47 Court Street. record a true account of eerrp the to place upon OF LADING NEATLY PRhti TEt''
ninth number of the Fourth OSrEditots 'of Newspapers throughout Jiabits and opinions,feelings AND ,
THE ,: general tone of thinking FOR SALE AT
was issued Boston,Mass the United" States, who will publish the of la enthusiastic and high-minded people THISOFFICE.' '

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