Key West enquirer
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 Material Information
Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 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: UF00049046:00041

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THE ENQUIRER Germs or thin is Published$3ajjf every r. 9 t- ).and tho promptly paid for; I.
.. many miters who
unlay morning, at FIVE DOLhAKS per
nnnum us with articles during tho i

ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of whoso,essays will continue I

} One Dollar and Fiflv,Cents per square, (of ,wo havo tie promise

j fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, and ..QVI... from otlicto whose names are I-!, I
1 Seventv-Five Cents for each subsequent known to their countrymen.

f; continuance. Advertisements will be the names,as is the fash

; continued until otherwise ordered. None .. .. ; but we confidently appeal to
;: :::I
: will be considered less I than a of
scjuare.i tho
j ( "7- No subscription will be discontinued EDITED AXD PUULISIlffo HY JESSE ..9TKINSO.MVOL past year as affording

i (unless at the option of tile Editor,) until all -- -- our zealous, untiring, and we

d arrears arc paid. 1. li WIST, SATURDAY* BEPTEMBEH 12, 1835, unsuccessful exertions ",
i All letters to the Editor on business, -- literary character of the New
must be Post Paid. : to that of no journal of its
l Printing Ink of the mostapprovcd qualities throughout tho.whole length'and; .
hESPECTFULLY. WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR Composing Sticks, Brass Galles, Imposing the United States.In .
( R : Inform the Printersof Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, this view they have secured Intelligence. this do- 4

the United States, to whom they have Standing Presses, Furniture, together witha in the editorial department. TIle does the New-Yorker pro-
long been individually known as established complete assortment of all articles used tor of the Juvenile Rambler, in the history of the news J'
i Letter Founders, that they have now form in a Printing Office will be kept constantly tion to his qualifications 4 the Union. Our plan em "

I cd a co-partnership in said business, and on hand. young has the advantage of many .- of every important .
hope from their united skill and experience, Small fonts, suitable for Bookbinders, perienco as a teacher, will intelligence-whatever be
to be able to give full satisfaction to all who in great variety, may be had when called sist in conducting it. h'aring-in the language
favor them with orders. for. Wo propose to present in the
may and with the
Oidcrs from all of the Union will be such volume of strictest
The introduction of machinery in place parts a great variety
of tho tedious and unhealthy practice of promptly and most: carefully attended to, important topics, among which preservation of an unques.
I and particularly in supplying SORTS for all lowing: between the contending
hand desideratum
casting type by long by
fonts furnished by their Bin I. Natural beasts and sectional division
the Eurepean and American Founders,was, predecessors, History, ,
by American ingenuity and heavy expenditure ny Mlonaldson, and Richard llonaldson. es, reptiles. ,insects plants, country. The Editor refers
of time and money, on the part of our I. Stereotyping in all its branches,executedby the human frame,&c. satisfaction to the fact, that
1 L. Johnson,as heretofore. II. Biography ; especially for he has
senior partner,first successfully accomplish past year, presented I
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C, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. ners, customs&c.
ter, has fully tested and established its superiority have taken
in particular that (({: Publishers Newspapers who insert IV.,Travels and Voyages ; in in
every over '
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it Their specimen exhibits a complete seriesrem & a. VI. Lessons on objects that right of commenting briefly

Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book round children in the parlor, the topics of "the day, and of
i and News in the CHEAP,VAI.VABLE.ANDINTERESTING WORK den&c Accounts of trades and '
type being most modern estheabpccts, of
The Family Physician and Gazette of Human ments. ;

i and
light style.
seem to require,he yet holds
i White, Hagar & Co. are agents for the I.fc. VII. Particular duties of the that such remarks shall not '
sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses Being a Library of Health and Hygcnie, parents, teachers, brothers,sisters material
I which they can furnish to their customer and of Popular and General Medical VIII. Bible lessons and stories.IX. degree, with the

at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, Knowledge, rendered familiar to every N Narratives such as are well or the prospects of any
1 Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every individual : embracing every subject con- ticated, original tales.X. He cherishes<< tho confident

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I' for sale,and furnished on the shortest no- and cure of-diseases-the qualities of the morals is obvious and excellent.XI. !bo referred to for- the truth
tice. Old type taken\ in exchange for new medicines-their good and ill effects on rtod statement regarding ,
at 9 cents per pound.N. health-the ingredients of secret or pat and Poetry ; adapted tothe elections, &c. &c. since its
B. Newspaper Proprietors who give ent medicines-the true principles of eating pacity feelings. with mutual deference and ,
the above three: insertions, will be entitledto and drinking or eating and drinking XII. Intelligence ; embracing victio '
Five Dollars in such articles as they may to live-domestic cookerychemistryAnd of'Juvenile books, societies., certainty.
select from our specimen. a great variety of curious valuable, ble occurrences. Intelligence---Consisting of
New york, 1835. and interesting knowledge,of the highest Many of these subjects will be News,Literary Items,
importance to all, and hitherto hidden by numerous and beautiful I 'Notices of tho Drama,&c,
BRUCES NEW YORK TYPE FOUN from the mass of mankind. pared by the best artists,and may be tho fortune of other :i
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.i '...._H' ,. aLct&y Soils Wterrfore they stay tl TIIE UNITED STATfiSOF-AMERlOA'. of this Court,with the a cutom2rJ t>roce.<, r e aid'id day.of' September last at four 0'- ENQU RER.
District-of Fior3da-Jf' that the aid cargo &C. &c. be sold' by 4 decree clockI! ,,'M. That during the whole time I I
Southern Judicial
of this Court and that from'the ..pro the said< LibeHant was employed in bail .
Td the'Mtnhaloflhe, .Superior. Ghtrtfor the\ cecds pf.tatd, tale, a reasonable and propersalvage ing said wredcand discharging the com I KEY: WEST ;FLORIDA : '
Dfifr/rf- OMtctrifo."ffTSCTHEIlEAS. .
said : I b. decreed them.
her the weather was squally and a :
William Whitehewl, And whereat, he'Judgepftbosatd Court heavy cargo.seasctting, -on the reef Irid that but SATURDAY' ,SEPTEMBER 12,.Y833.blct.ttrcuotr -.
WW Belbell have exhibited for die slid'District,' bath brlered abd di.'
and Jotepn
: :
exertions in t takmg'and '
for flit Jirnety p' -
of S
rected \VednesaaynnttbetOth ptembcriniLof -
their Libel, ftatlng, alleging; and Vicasaboutdaylight pronoun. I i alt persona coD cCDed* Co be ing >said wrecked schr in tow ;and carrying OccuaREIICEWe regret .
ding that while ashore at Key cited aDd Court her into said Nefound harbor he to hare ta the
"' 6th 'of intimated ,to appear u&t the the announce probable loss of
,onSitndayrrtorning; the vessel House 'at Key >Vest, la sYwi District! to would in all probability have been dashed I Lieut. OABRICL O'BnicM of the Rev.
flertember instant, they discovered a show cause: if,any they have, why. jvdgdieoshonld to pieces on the rocks, and totally lost.- Service
ashore on that pall of the Florida Reef not paw a..prayed. 'That he the said Libcllant has been the commanding the U. S. Cutter Washington -

known as Sambrora Reef, and immediate You are therefore hereby.fcntborJted,eflv "moosof saving: the'said wrecked schr. Pee on this ttatioo.
'went board of and got under weigh powered,and trictly.enjoiiedpereroptorily "',
ty on
with her from
the effects found
with their two wrecking vessels.. tho -Sloop to cite and admonish all'person* whatsoever Deb .:and White his vessel was lying at anchor ia
Charlotte and Schooner Content, and' that bating' or* pretendingtohave, any;: ;.total destruction,. wherefore he prays the the vicinity of Key Vacai, on Friday
aid vessel about seven '. right,title,claim or interest ihortotbeiaid'cargo .'aid of'this-Court in the premises, that the ioit. Lieut. O'Brien
on reaching the o materials, 6c.'&ci of tb*wrecked accustomary. process be had,.and ,that a lib acoompaoied by the
clock of the said morning, found ahlIill brig Mary, aforesaid, by .enlnt1ebemlahI eral and proper. salvage bo allowed to him. Pilot and his boat's crew, went oo\shore at
the Brig Wary,of Boston, l em Esq. the late I master of the said brig, And whereas the Judge of our said one of the islands for the purpose of shooting

muster, from New York bound! to Mobile, .I I with a true copy of this monition, aadby) Court for the said District (hath ordered,and pigeons, and towards evening, while
laden wjlha\ cargo of dry good, groceries all other law Ail ways, means, and method, of the SDHIB ,
directed on the 28th party were engaged in
tbill'latd' monition bfe made Monday day September cooking their
&c; &: That they found the said brig whereby may
thumping violently on'the rocks and a heavy I mot public.and notorious,to be and appear inst. fur all persons concerned to be birds $eut. O'Brien left the island alone

"swell setting strongly on the reef. That at the time and'place aforesaid: before tth" cited and intimated to appear at the Court in the boat tor the purpose of taking a sail!,

offered their! assistance to the master ofdie Judge aforesaid; and also to attend uponev-; House at Key West, in said District, to Shortly after be left, a Saw of wind was observed
they !
session and sessions be held Jh'er -
ery show cause if they have, why judgment
: any .to strike the boat
said brig in lightening his vessel which and
and from thence until definite :seniencej should therefore carry away the
was rtfuscdr the said master stating'to the shall be read and promulged lathe business -' not pass as prayed-You are and- mainmast, which it is tbougbt Lieut. O'fi.
said'.Libe'lants that lie would take them> hereby authorised, empowered succeeded in
not assistance inclusively-if them or any of securing,aod then hauled
:until,eftrtbo next high tidewhichhe shall think it their duty so to do; to hc af,. strictly enjoined, peremptorily to cite and for the island nuder the foresail, but up
abide bandtt'oim all and singular1'fetch admonish all persons whatsoever having or suoc
could then do, unless ho shouldrhave
after it he
; the e\id-bri: off..the reef judicial acts as'arVnctcs'sary: and by>> l&r (e* pretending to"hav uny'right,;title,'claim.or as thought himself unable to ef
previously rhai the Mid jjottert brig wad lying in about five quired to be done""and exp pited in the premises = interest,in or to,the said wrecked sclir..Pee fect his object, bore away directly before
; s'and Amber to do and ,receite'wfcatunto furniture the wind. The
Dc, her cargo, tackle, apparel or party on shore having
of water (it being ben at or near low tide) oo
Jaw'2 justice :shall 'sppertaiti'underthe oforerild this monition in. boat could render
.by publishing ; pu assistance,
and she. ,drawing! nine; and a half feet of pain of'the law and West at least fifteen succeeded
Key Enquirer making
water. .. the absence or contumacy of them&ov'ery of known
That the said" '.L'tbe''i lahts'Staid by the said them in anywisenbtwttbatatidl4' And before the-said 28th cb}.September inst., to the Cutter, were taken on board. Boats

brig, with their two wrecking vessels afoteeaid wbatsoever you shall do in the premisesyou and once a week until said time shall have were immediately despatched. and night

i add one substantial! 1 barge boat, within shall duly certify unto the Judge aforesaid, expire.1 ; and by alt other. hwftil ways, coming- on, lights were shown, and other'
at the time and place aforesaid,' together' means and methods,whereby'lhhfmonition v
efficient, force of Wenty men,all of,the means taken to enable Mr. O'Brien to discover
with these : -
be made ancnotorious
presents may most public ,
y aaid/day l .:brtbe:6dteptember. \inst.' tho Htonorabte' ; the situation of the
; 'WitDe James Webb, to be and ,appear! at the time and place a- : vessel. As hr
l said,master still refusing.to'tako. assistance.That Judge of the said'Court,-( "'tbe-'said District for csaid,before, the Judge aforesaid,and also did not make his appearance and the searchof
on the evening;pf,the said' i Sunday tbISDmth-d2t: -CJeptemb.r"'A.-D. the 'boats. having been.
attend session and
to unavailing,
the 6th : inst. 'about the upon every sessions they
Sept at or 0 1835/and of. Independence; the United -
3 clock, the said master,of tlie said brig regsiestedthe States the sixtieth,ear. : : : ;) to be held there and from thence,until were again: despatched,the ensuing morning .
assistance of and gave his ves- 'ALDEN A. M;'JACKSON'Clrrk; a definite sentence shall be read and pro- and for two. days*all the islands in the

to Uie. sad! ,Libe1tantJt..ti Jjating '*'.,ir/or*Know.Ye, to,all._boID'it'may' nulged in the said business'inclusively; if direction he was last seen g.oiagwere examined :
already bi.rgedlid the concern, that iq pursuance of,then ahovemomtiocr ; them orany of them shall think! it their' duty in the hope that he would be foundon
; : wateribeafbejrig; I from under the seal of the, District abiuV .
todofeoto hear and
fWo''and a half f feet;deep in,the hold.l1 ..That Court of the United States of America for by performalland some ono of them;the search: was fruit
\ skid Libellants then commenced with the Southern District of Florida, to toe'di singular! such judicial acts' as arc II less, and it was consequently anticipated

S :all,:then-own force, and with fours men of rooted and delivered', I hereby give "public necessary and by law required to be done th3t.ha..had proceeded to.tfaU port. As

tbneald.brig'.ae! ; ew;in getting'cargo but of notice' toMlpersons many manner interested and expedited in the premises, and furtherto such, however, has proved not to be the
'' therein that be and before do and receive what unto 1.iw and justice
'the hold and placingthe same onf deck, the.vessel they,. appear '
cascit feared .
.all fhe time thumping leayily'on the Superior Court.t'to.be holden ia and.for shall appertain, underthe pain of the-law is Mr. O'Brleu' has met with
t rocki '' all hands : utmost the ltaid'District, at'the Court House, in and contempt .thereof'the absence or contumacy a watery' grave, particularly as his health

)'exertion Tfiat in breaking ,out usejl.their bsrgo"ttadboit.; Key West; Wednesday the'16th ,day ofHeptemberatlOo'clockIn'thetorepoon of them and every off them.in anywise was not good at.the time. Boats arc jet in

i "incilpodeck.' ,:That about ,11 o'clock that day, then and there to, interpose their oT notwithstanding : And whatsoeveryou : scare Il him."LATE .

t 'oflBat:;ni ig1it' \ ul'cl'tbe sloop Charlottealongsld claims for the tame,andto make their alts.ttatlone shall dd in the premises you shall duly FROM NEW
e't'sid<<' bilk"and began with'a in support thereof certify unto' the Judge aforesaid-at the ., (
pan of the;'* o"'jtet'lfI.I'cargo on, board T-AOS.. >EAST1N. U.S.M.. timeand. place aforesaid, together with. The Brig-Mary eadays from New York
ner.\ti! others"srill ''emmo ed".in gelling; By JO9.. A.1 'THOURON,D!M.. ,' these presents, : bound'to.St.l\lark.a.N"ived here.on the 9th

\ ; 'clrfid: ;IfroVtno-saldrbfigV; ;:hodon( dcct$ .. ;'ttaWeatBe'pt.1Ui'1aJ, ; .... 0.\. $...:,_ .' ;'\d'; ', Witnesvthq0' : Honorable James Webb) insC)bringing! the ScndayJWornwg.Mws of
thai atabo9t ajf, 'pwt 'three clot ,.::fI"._ Iii! *j l .. .Jp do ,bnc said'Superior Court, for tjir' OpU .AusUst.vttb9 ejgbt Sf,W Jc| Wfav* *
-tm.J" .. .4 .o A.1ER1 'arid: seventh of S i '
pt-said i\ighr,.had Jeap&tltbe, Charlotte aa ; Disrrrctythis 'day pte: been fayorcdV '
deep as was deemed prudent while, she,lay (outhern
//alongside: ; ;'the 'water being showl, ''and:'sb? the, Ml gf the SWnW, C : fd.theritsa. rllfQ ,;ALDEN A. M.JACKSON: Clerk.
6 .t times striking on ,the bottom heavilyethers 4
Park on the
a the'reef' That ,. Therefore t know ye, to all whom it may afternooaof tte'; 27th dug:Jst,
being [
heavy pwdloii ; ilEREASj'Stephen Coombs maitetqf
to take into consideration
cprjcetp dint. in of the above the recent conduct
i ,
iheis'.dragped bff'tBe Ch'arioito andhauled -m :lhe licensee:wrecking feh>. pursuance
[ ihe'Content alongside tHe said j brig, .,FairJ Ain.ericaohas 'exhibited me nition from under the seal oC the District of the abolitionists., After being orgaoufed -
I sad at'about ,half*past! trio'cIc c1 of the his Liber for and'on behalf of himself and Court of the United States of America by the appointment of His Honor

'morning of? .;ihe,7th Sept.. inst. bad also all others associated with, him, stating, alleging for,the Southern District of Florida, to the Mayor as President and ?8 of the fist

loaded./tt i e'Cogteptudeep; ; as* could be and propounding, that'ori Friday the me directed. "and'delivered! I do hereby give'pub gentlemen of the city u.Vice Presidentsa -

done'weds alongside the brig,the sea beaiiflg -' 28th,of August, while pursuing his.avocation notice; .to all"persons in auy" manner preamble: and resolution were passed expressing

;4 tiolehtly.;against'bolls'her'and the brig, ) of, wrecking on.the Florida Reef he intercste 'therein,that they be and .appear the sentiments: ("the meeting in

tad 66th Vesselsat times,striking violently", discovered when off the. Bay of Honda, before the Superior Court to be boldest, in. relation to the unauthorised. proceedings of
I agiiwt_cdtt3her.ind. the about four miles distant" the and for the said District,lib the Court house
'brig thumping\ wreck,of a the fanatics who seem dISposed to act their
'.laetavnyt3aihd""lock. Hauled oiflbe ConMentandbeganboating vessel adrift, with the. larboard rail just a. in Kef\Vest'on1\Ionday the 28th day of own fierce ungovernable passions and

September at o'clock in the forenoon of prejudices
s cargo to both ,her bove the' water. That lie jmmediatej/
above the
end the Charlotte,a'part' fJhc.actors still steered for hers 04 was;'soon aTongsidCjbut that'day,theft arid there to interpose their constitution aDd ,the UVM.
claims for,the.same and to make theiralte- We have not room for the resolutions at
vigorously engaged in 'etkini.Wgo,* rom not being able to ascertain hret character or ::1 ,
"tho"brig's "bold, and placing, the same on ',tend'lion.t} her fn: tow and proceeded gallons; in support thereof: length, but extract four*that are we think

'deck,'1 That after completing'bo ting car'go towards Newfound Ilarbour. Tint ail an. I ,, ; TilOS. EASTIN, U S.IL. calculated to dispel from tho minds 01: the

a e tp$ 'tho Charlotte and Content, \1lJands chor ',with fifty fathoms of chain, and theo By J03. A.. 1' IOURON';' D'pty. Southern people ail fears bf the opinions ofI

t "..ore.then employed in breaking'out cargo greater. part .of the rigging: 'was,.hanging ,I .Key.West,September;.7th 1835. I ih' rtbem brethren. '

't *on'board the said brig.: overboard, also the span were hanging a* 'JVT O1'1C'E.--Si: weeksat\erdat.apphca. Ij Kcsolved, That while we maintain thee
r = That at about 7 o'clock Monday rbout the bows, which! made the labor.oftowing JLN tio"will be,made tQ the ,Judge of tb rights of judgment, and of free discussion,

,;Ding.. t' io7th Sept.. moat the United Stales her verZtedioits, and Jli1fi .- county court of the county of,Hillsborougb on this'as on.other subjects,, as recognised
by the undersigned for letters administration ia the constitution and law,, and always -
"Iteresoe Cuttef.Wubiosfon 'can e tov thelaistaocte That oa Saturday.the 29th August thee subject ,
t ,
on the estate of Antonio P.,cbeco to strict
t of ,to ; of
regard the '
:. ,of.the lAbellatita/that said cut }lr:Mary Elizabeth: cone to.lh,assistanceof aid county deceased. ', r out southern brethren just tights
hold that the cit
....texcD QJd &Qtjet alongside of the said brig, the Libellwt, from wfiich vessel he -obtained 'QU1NINA 'PACIIECO. izens of the north have 'po political right to

i tlut' ='too; little water,consequently the assistance of' sepsis men in ad-. WILLIAM BUNCE. interfere with the slavery i of.the eolitbern ,
.,jboaUug,cargo;.from' the:laid : didcm-tatho'ciew o'ftJ Libellanta own Tampa, Hillsborougb county, states, nor moral right, under::"any circurn. '*

brig ,her.. That at,about 9 o'clock"of e .vessel:. That iro Sunday the 3 Oth' ot-Aunerseveraoce Aug., 14. 18 35. [416w. stances,to adopt violent or: aggressive mea- -j.
..a \ mor ina.ofHha 7th Jepl.insh gtthey suceded 'by great }bout dui -*.f.\lu' L'r ures fyr.the* pujyogcjif AhalMfring tev; --
the Ubellante, bY.requ'sir of the master of .I ia'getting the said,'wreck into A YOUNG female SLAVIC who la a.good Resolved, That w"e vi-:tr with deep inJignation -

vd brig,wt'eil {,'their said .seIstbe _KWfound harbor,w.beit)she was.laid'ashoreon Washer and Ironer, a.,tolerably good aarie in a the matter iotecfsreoceoforeign cinw-
I, CfcailottoandTCpQtarn( ,' the *bank and lightened >; 'which Seamstress and acquainted with. House intimately connected
tor Key t ( a ,by they as Work. with our socialaad civil relations and
\ andes 4 KJr Enquire at this office. ,
(,tatdTcaaets being deeply laden' fearing.worse cerfeinea 'her to 6e lh? scjir.. [fee Des of sept 18 ,,tf in spite of argument and entreaty*, they
l wqather,) wberfftbey safely arrived Charleston,partly laden with corn in welt:. L _MALL _. ball persist in such interference;wia recotn-
abeat ten o'clock o( the evening: of that That the welt 'at this, time Was making a It 1 mead a retort,tosuc constitutional legislation

". day. That the said: ,Revenue Cotter with fruit breach o Jet her, and'Lotb. pumps Txsicg -. J o HN''S.: ( In Attac nntt. ,as may meet the exigency the ,case,
a crew pf 18 men continued boating cargo gone, found1 it 'impossible to bail her :: VESTE1tN.I and remove the evil. '
all tho, day of: tho aforesaid 7th of Sept'. out:with the.means then in their possession LL those i interested win take notice Respired, Tnat sire deem the cxciu-JDent
!, that tie said suit has on this subject which
until sbont.T been commen- is: bf the
iostmn4 o'cloof the
and dispatched schr. Elizabeth
Alta rev o Mary to abolition
partisans of immediate '
4 ( .nlcZ ff that day, when.aRervsaingverytbrn ; Key West, to obtain buckets! and if possible : ,JUonroe.attachment, County in, and the 'Svperior CourtDr part of tho country. ,to be:ia tar'founded, in. this is'passiod
that could then be are notified toplead
w taken from said a'purop.' ,That in the mean time all ; to the decbuaiioa and error, at to justifg'hu; belief
brig,the eel.sail for: Key Westlbaving eve hands left with wreck were 'diligently J em I 'filed I herein. 'that if not sustained<< 'bf intemperate ogpositioo -
bc diva| S3eng rs andcyewof tho said pkyed in discharging the com (which fm m'] A. GORDON AuV for PI'tt: it'can'neither beofloog-contifluaae*

wrecked g. Thai as the night was ten its damaged'state was thrown ovorbjrardY &la".. 1 w thaw., 1" nor be extensively propogared 'amoo the

peattlbe said'Cutter came to Anchor, and iD MiLiag: That on Mot ysiw In Attach-. 'mass of= the reflecting, sr eU' dispoud, and.
i and continued so to lie.till day.brt k of the of Atgut, ,the -:. dsW\ ,-..Johh Copland UMW meat ordei ftizeas,

r..motni of,,Tucfi4aytbeflth.of r.,,inst. retutttd&am aches with bcttcta. only .; ;last-will 1 and eatattKarruoal of regret Resfltcd tie continuance, That we shall regard with'deep"M

when she got jUodfr weigh!ami- reached. .j(ey # not hayio 'procared .s pump asd' eot- J.KiBiron. at die south, so'far:a&it mal'of the O,'excite occatioocd
West'pit about3 o'clock. P-'rpl.WCI', said di y. withstanding the heat and steacfa from tbo :A .J.L ptraons, interested will take notice by tbo appreheasloq of.;danger from tb***
That thus iritb mat.Ubour and damaged com wts: *. great at thfe.,tie .tf&: :that tbr above suit bas been"conyaaeaadc ertipDi oi the few mssgoideaabolitibnisU iso

and.by the aid,of three veaaeU and difcvlI, that it caused the mea at work 4a theo :hold ; by aitachmeat and are'notified t" car>> eommoniiy, because it implfetoo little
t u u efflcieat force",gi, "fcbflD4 to be sick, and inSo* ccd 'tAtir-eyes s fa tF? "t! to,the declaraiba filed hs rein. confidence in the rectitude and patrioti01'of

baa the cargo UckJ{o f apparel,.&.c. tc.,of .such a degree,aaoeaUy to produqWincltbeT t c .A'. GORTON,p'ii.., Arty the citizens generally at tbo'\artb, "aOIi>

: i tdd.brigMary, .be i tared frooi certain DOM,yet persevered+ + in their.... .... April.4b, 183&to .[9f3'U.l of indicate laws too little relnnce. on the& cfficieocy; -
..triact1 'Tbattbelaidl4beUotsaTcrod :: *
bailuw-and iY
bora of 'dochargmg theconut an QutbirUed .
to 'b.YAf.
dedaro'Utat the terrfcerof tba actbn; till,:oa the third of September they bad W.flounce \ B. RACK A fire took place,ca the corner of Maid 'f
IS trfoe s M.bate beeb iifortOUSt;U4 if?e: LEY, .
sole nveaw of saYing the.rgo8'&c. of tho1 coe eted,and got the wreck fitec That EM. U a candidate ,ealaoo and Water tre: UioaS5th August
said brfffj; bat fbr whoso uavearied the Xibelfeat then took the wreck u.. repraentitgoseiOecopo
exer-, :
Wi ai.st' bji
i:1f: 1aii" property was estuin ted
Est.stye ,.t beep totally and- with Ih Aek.. fait. AIDeri fJl, *nJprocoe> ttltory. H SWflfift; Ter I to b.worth 1115,000.


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ITEM9.-FUANCS.--Tc! Octette or until they; shalUiarcoltciucd. a .location,. lug in Dublin, had the i itigonuity.by forgipg,, chandiie fo?saJoj-aodio .propordoa to the
I det Tribimau gives the foljqwing! as and three teals to the laymen equallyithichshall the necessary papers or in other'word's.by I increased competition will be the diminution
late ta as- be paid to*both and theotter rite
of the conspiracy
the one .
himself tugethimself arrested aDd .
cueing in i prices,and ills thtse advantages "hleb
of the
-assinate the iog-u The prefect ery six months from the treasury of the
police having received information that sinking fund, and which they will forfeit by put in prison. 'The", trick was discovered 1 we wish to obtain. We want therefore e

come armed men' were to assemble in the leafing the kingdom. ,after he ,had been. enjoying the support ,of .direct tint of pie th to 1M ou, ./New,York
Hue des Sevres, and thence go to a huuse tGreDtl1e. "4, Foreign Jesuits who are within the GoTernmeotipr, .years as a-paiiper prig Two vessels of'from seventy-fire to one
i{ in order to be ready to waylay Spanish dominions in or out of their.' coU.-. oner. lie was probably fond of retirement, 1 hundred tons escbGttednptoaccomma'
arrest them.- and their novices 'who' ?:
ij the king, took measures to ges 'e i
1} When taken they were found to have several not'yet'commenced the piofesston,shall upt or diluted' with the trays of the out-doorworld date ten. or twelve pauengf rs, would. we

|[loaded pistols about them. Shortly after enjoy the benefit these provisions. : which require a matfto.. labor for his :are assured, find'profitable employment! II
minister of the interior received "<5. The estates and ."'of, .subsistence. "*
\ wards the ,rents, property I the trans rtation of the freight{ and psisengersbetwc.cn -
[i a letter disclosing the fact that all the con whatever\ kind they may be, which the reg4' .< I "I the, ,two places; for if ?
j! epiraton were not in custody, but that others ulan of the company actually possess, shall f' A SHRCWD LlGlsLAToa.-The editor-of pro :.
I j wen on the following day to wait for his be immediately applied to the extinction, ", tbe.Orf ensborough (N..C.) Patriot, in dig.ctattngtheiUellectual perly conducted, they would undoubtedly
\'\1 majesty the road from Paris to Neully the debt orpa'mentofita.interel.ta. From I, capabilities and attainments command the entire trade.. .
I,j that a meeting had been held on the day before this shall be excepted,however,the, pictures I' cf a member of',the last Legislature The advantages to the merchants of Key
ll i but tho plot had failed, from one of the the libraries and chattels,,which tmay'be of tbtt State, now a candidate for reelection West, from the establishment of such: a line, .
|| party who was to give notice o'f the.king's, useful to the institutions of arts and sciences ; adduces the following little illus, need '
not be
H approach having fallen asleep. In pursuance as also the colleges, residences, and trative anecdote j pointed out. In, every possible I
[| of theserevelations the police redoubled its houses of the society, their churches and "Ho was in the habit of having way, would a saving accrue to them! and !
h$ vigilance, and those who are believed to bo holy vessels respecting which I retain to hisgrain ground at a mill where they took they would secure the benefits to be deriteil
the leaden of the plot aro in the hands of myself the disposal, under the advice of the one tenth for the toll ; while all the other from a better asiortmen\ of goods wbencOto
justice. A great quantity of loaded firearms ecclesiastical council, of what may be necessary millers ground for an eighth. Having been select their stock than is offered in *
and ammunition has been found either and convenient. Let it be under a customer of long standing he did not wishto any "
on their persons or in their dwellingsl .- stood and executed. break off without assigning some reason. other city in the Union. ,_ ,
persons have been arrested, and (Signed by the royal hand,) He accordingly repaired to the miller's Much, may be said in favor. of the measure,
the arc assured that the magistrates are on ,II Manuel Garcia lIerera.c housap bfg,with the business that took him but our limits forbid o enlarging', upon iU '
the traces of several others, suspected as Aranjucz,July 4.*' there and addressed tho knight of the toll- We have given our advice and leave it to
being chiefs or accomplices in the contemplated NAPLES-Jfaptat July 30.-The North boxsomewbat.on'this fashion i You know
attack upon the life of the king." American Squadronvhich had been for : )'ye'b' e.i a good customer, and I've always our spirited fellow citizen to adopt or rT

A paper of a subsequent-dato however, above month in our roads,'IaUe.afew paid you the,tenth grinding my corn and jest it as they think proper.. They will

Cites : days! ago witU 80,000 ducats. The sum is. wheat., without ever grombl D .: .but all the certainly-join',us in thinking the 'enormous
tilt annual icstaltnent the iad/emftity "Qq I :i pullers grind loran The much talked of against "
conspiracy nrim grjnd ,as cheap.bey do, or 1 must
which,conformably) to the last for their merchandise bill abtch cats} toe'redress.
life of Louis the notices of an (
the Phillipe, the crown of Naples has to pay to the United i. ,quitypur mill! On being assured by the ; ,
which, by the way, are wholly confined to States, for the confiscation of merchandise miller that) be,would grind for Aim,'as ho, I. .
tho opposition journals, will, there is reasonto by Murat according to the decrees of ;was 1i'particular friend i ,and on/y charge him, I __,...--_M"

believe, turn out a boa*." Berlin and Milan. I Abe eighth, he went away perfectly satisfied, T-- arqr IhJt'Ut au i '. ;
EGI AN D-Mr. Forreit, the celebrated : vBy ;and promised to_continue; his custom !- \AT : t

,American tragedian, is nt present in I'" the arrival of tho brig ItaUrtJDruce, Toritcr.Tho' PORT OF -KEYWES.TV. ., t.' > ,. ,i v r >i r
London. Tor: the last twelve months hehas I above remind*as of an occurrence
to Apalachicola, wo have received ..
in Home ARRIVED. n :Vv' .
pr neip: sojourned Naples, *
Florence, Paris, and other principal cities papers of the 25th,' 26th and 27th August--. which camo under ourown"cognizaoce..A SEPTEMBER 5-Schr, Fair American,
of Italy und. France. Before he finally returns from which make further.lclc tion. tyouug &gentleman who had! been brought up Coombs, ',labia Honda, with '!!"vrpckschr.u:

to Amenca, lie proposes making the Reuben Crandall, (a brother to the Connecticut and, who.;,Lad resided all his life in Rhode Pee'Dee ;'to F A Browne. .

tour of Europe and starts during the pres- : Miss Crandall) was arrested in, Island" where nix shillings currency make a,' Schr.. 'Mary Elizabeth, Thomas. BshlaHonda. .f
ont week for Russia, and from thence, in all '
probability, to Constantinople and Greece.in Georgetown on 11th August and committed\ dollar; having4 paid a visif to.Now York Schr.Fal&outb Parker Boston, sundries t f ''

a-few months he intends revisit Egg- to prison,charged with having been engaged (walked Into a oreo.make a purchase ef to F,A Browne. .: .'?. ., e :

land, whence, after a trip to Scotland, arid in ,circulating incendiary publications' an article,Jor.;which 'the merchant asked Schr Orion, $ deI'lOD. Philadelphia, ..
4ceing every thing worthy of observation in among the negroes in the District of J0o-* seven idiUlings. (New York currency,) "se* Flour 8 Sloop:to W11 Charlotte Shaw. Whilanead,I'Reef' .
Great Britain, he will return to his' native ,
land to enjoy that otiumcum, 4iglliJate, which lumbia. The people were much exasperated ion shillings! that is .very.,higb i I'll give I mda.frotnwreck of'Brig Mary of Boston. :,
short but successful professional career. against him, as contemporaneously with you/aJdRttirA '* Well, 'Sir:!.u we, have, i to P C Greene *" \ .' t

has afforded him ample means of doing. his arrest an intended insurrection of the but a fete left,you m.ayltlkc it at that price." Schr of Mary; Bethell) Reef; 'mdz. Iron. r
wreck Brig Mart iitoTCGrrene., !
Stale oJ.tht poor /re/and.-The accounts negroes. "of Washington was.aiscovered.A The< young gentleman' pocketed his pupchase 9 Sloop EdenFisni; Havana| to muter a

from Mayo are frightful. Young and hitherto -' 'xad'',walked off,, ..wrlf' .'assured. i ioijis. 1 Brig.Mary .,.10 day t from N healthy persons are dying-absolutely most inhuman abduction of a child of. own mind,4that'no Yankee merchant would' b : '.1' .<"-t,
dyiDg'oCstatvation. The statement is made Dr. Gesnard of Mobile by an own brother,* so easily i have :been, induced to abaferoue Brig'RobertBiuo0I0, ft,finNY.boundr "
in a letter from the parish priest'of New- took 30th : A note left . Co Apalacbicola. \ .. ,
place' on July was of his U "
shilling price:
town Pratt, the rev. James Hughes, inserted Rev Cotter WaihlDgtoffLt; Clarke 'Con>
child' .
in a journal. It is this behind,informing the father that the 11 I
contemporary msndln ,'m A'croisej laden wl &'.inJz J/n> ,
'' Yesterday morning about 12 A. M.died would be returned for the sum ef $$30,009*. Tho' Scbr,Atlantic Capt.' SAWYER arrived wreck Brig Mary I'to 1"" C amend;: '"<1I&*':.i '

( of starvation, in the village of Murriveugh, The father. agonised beyond description,, on Thursday morniqgi; ::1 OEi :New 'York,. 10+-8C r Atlantic. .wjer.\N' ,y> nndrirtomatter.
in the western part this parish,Mary Car brings'' to.the, one'day ,',. .. \ -- t til
offered the sum of $15,000, whic.b w're. ;. papers: ,31$t August, : J H T :
Her ,
,aged twenty yean. family '
later than was beforerec {vtdi 't'Vhite Sloop BrilliantEgagavvxutcltof Brig Majtit
I known to be the entire in fused. It was presumed; that three other (
have season, mdzto PCGrec'ne. ,;,.,. ..
the greatest! destitution. The unfortunatenndslfbng :, brothers wore concerned In. ..'the.uaefariout., .. .. .. .,:, ; :r--eive bay tbtaa'1bM..Ms" .totu..el.lr<:' i+ 6cbiJbbrilrenisonCold; ,.T' 'amps 1f al; ..".-I"! t
O; :ib4 t ; I
gu b kt".L.always, !.qrplk.b1e' t9Crpde: -trantaationyaxadone-ot rJLbeo rvA : 4 Ai ijf f1( -* $AILEDr i.u )
health.; she lived at service-up arrested,the safety of:the child .w: s'ecu'" t : *par present delegate ,celebrated ib.', !' "'r'SEPTEMBER. 7.:Sebrf a'A)21iridi. ti, 1FOREIGN' r
to the present distress, when she was sent th of.July io Paris., 'The'rornW.has'goae'i Coombs-Reef., ',*. "' *, ".j.rn rt
red. known definitely: uFto'die ,
home. It must be truly frightful to reflect Nothing was. j 8-Sehr Falmoutb,Parker Bahama*jifA ,' i
I what effect famine must have on the debili latest dates, of the fate of the wretch i 9 the Rhine, to takothjWuU'ur of Oer Browne: ,,. u:' -*..' ...J
tated constitutions of myre than 7,000 individuals es who committed the deed, but one ol the : .i many and S.witzcrUnd,.The latter(CoLW.y. : 9,-Bohr Robert&James, WIITtDDah"1

out of a population of 11,761, who papers contains a report that they .were; :* bas poe to Spain,to see the dons, and to get': mae I'F..A ,Browne. )' ., r" ,. J i
have not the usual clothes worn by persons hunt'bythepersons who discovered them: I papers for his history of Louisiana 1t and Flog Brig! Mary, Dgacb, StMsrk ", "'! 'f
moving in the humblest walks oflife ; and '
'Ong Robt. Bruce Apalacbicola; ,}
of more than 8,000 who sleep on the ground' and rescued the child. I Sloop Charlotte, Wbitehead,Reef.u ,ri
with no better beds than rotten straw,heath, '
EVILS; : 10-Rev Cutter Wsjhingtdq.'Lt Beia- f
or green rushes. The two pril\cipallaneled.. .lost outrageous riots took place in'Baltimore .. ( I. t fort commandiog, on'a'cruiie." "* '.l' '- 1
proprietors in this parish, whose starring_ \ in the early part.of August. The f TIIXRC are evils from which, as a corn.t1ercial 11-=Scbr',Atlantic .8awyer'Frinkltng; ;

driven I fed last week '"Uhth\ meal sent houses of many" interested JD the Dar kof : community, we have suffered and Sloop'Hero for Key West' :was to sail frcm>
hero by the London committee, and who : N York about 1st init.
Continue'still to suffer without takiog the '
t ti
'and those of some of the officersof | JIu
take annually out of the parish nearly 5000 Maryland, MEMORANDA::-Paup4 Band 'Keyci30th
their starring the city the Mayor's' the number, necessary stepsto effect their removal; and : '
pounds from present tenantry, among& Aug., Ship Wm. Irving. S. t.I..ebh
have nut contributed so much as a single were much'injured. The! loss'sustained br- ( it our'-purpose: in' a series of articles. topresent I Gideon Lee,both bound westward/,W l ,

farthing towards the alleviation, of the presentdisireis. widowsand orphans from the Uura ,cjf the, ,them successively,.to.the considcrat -, lalistt iD.iCbtSea't:' lit: '' "'? *,*.' -,

.-Dublin paper bank appears to'have: been the, cauat jiveD tion at our citizens, in the.hope that, when: ShipMblouri.'ot Philidl'fn'N.: : ';Otleaw
SPA-Supprt"io": of the order oftht Je- bound to MsnellMwreik'don8thAbi; ins'
: ;attention, is directedparticularly to :
for the riots. They were not suppresseduntil thejr
nzifc.-The following decree for the suppression gale 'from!
; a on-Dutch. bar Reef,'4.miles;
of the Jesuits, giving them an annuityof the whole mass of the.population took .subject
25 cent a day'for the priests and monks, up arms, and200 U.:Sjtroopiurivediathe, ezcltedand their unitedefforts directed part ;laved;much'damaged., .. .
and. 15 cents for the lay brethren, appearedin city for its protection. -SeYem. persons to the,attainment of the end we have in view w ',) T r

the Madrid ROYAL Gazette ORDER.of July 9" were injured. -the greater: prosperity of Key West ELECTION, NOTJtE.. ". '

M Itbeiog necessary for the prosperity & : '"" was It. is 'the, custom. if.1'not the" i nature. of NOTICE ia hereby,gt+rc'f* thatanelrttion*
Welfare of the state that the pragmatic,, '!"A public mee D recently held in mankind &purchase'their pleasures their, for a' Member of. the Legislative, Council'of '

sanction of.the !d of April 1767,which en*', Jfoston, attended./ by a large concourse ofpeople luxuries and their necessaries. at.the, 'low.* the Territory of Florklfor the ubt"*

acts tbe.Uw 3, chap. 80, book 1,of the ,late r to express their disapprobation of eat possible rite i sad it- would,seen.'ta he of Monroe 'will, :UheU',on Afooda ':,tlHM120i

digest,shall. be re-established in full force the late measures pursued by the Abolition almost unnecessary proceeding-to advise: .. day of October 1835,' at 'the following "3.pluxeaadertbeinperintehdeneebflhW
and and an thereby my august great :
vigour; .
grandfather, Don Carlos III., was pleased ists. A'similar meeting was held in Port the members of.any community to follow a1 : ,

to suppress throughout the kingdom the or land, Me. ,, 'course so:distinctly,'pointed out:by their'interests. : fbUowinffliupeetorfcvizi'J .
der known under the denomination of the w : I e .&. "' Hou".'''('_

Society.of Jjuiiib and take; possession, of A colored school in'. Canaan.N.a1 ; that Nnw.eeceplaid'-thoi cfa it -D/ ; INSPECTORS.CHARLES j 'f': ..m'1
their temporalities ; by and with the adviceof which both black and white 'children are' every: unnecessary expense inctirredin' '11.1' Re.. art
.Council and of.Ministers, I have decreed received was moved of seine '| procuring"what we."require for the common :' r t''rAMOS t'1
.came ,of .daughter, promiscuously, ., of life lessens JOHN P: ALD ,: .: t'
in the my august that f purposes our meips for pecuniary : :J
1 1. follow by a number of people assembled for a., TIFF. : s;
the Queen Donna Isabella ,U' : f u usefulness u rneimbirsot! the sodytn 1 \ 4th ( i
"l, There shall be.forever;suppressed purpose, aided by from ninety to one hun I Atlndtsn yattbe8toreotl4CObUouM
throughout the kingdom the Society .of Jesuits -. dred yoke of oxen, and left in the midst of& I which we reside,.and .subtracts' ;something : s
which,by a royal deciea of the 39tb : from the.higher comforts. (.ypulips4tss we maps .c l. .. ..IN
Mar.1815,was ordered to be re-established, vamp : may call; them) of. r,respective stations l !E O '. 1

which decree is from henceforth null and Lynch's Law has been put ,in force in Jet. uch a, .deof,procuriaff upp les' for tAR'1 I '. **' nv
void, as it was already pronounced to be by : : i e s : s>
the Cortes of 1820. Charleston on fellow, ,coD'ctcdol'l eat, tbelslandhas heretofore been pursued by JAcoinjpiim&u&. fSl/ ''..& \(
'*>. The members of the society shallriot ing He received twenty,lashes, was tarred ; the merebants of Key West,as to make the m&lpjEtCBKBrAt ; ; :. :lWM. .

be permitted to reunite in any.body or, ,then covered with cotton and paraded incurring of such'nnoccetaary expense- almost .. Key; Vaeaskt' ,M.. StqroVhitehead of. w"ul'lA I

community under any pretext whatsoever i through the principal streets ef the city, a certain consequence of a 'residence. .' '. \ Esq.. r .i t W,I
fixing their residences in any place whichthey -..; r ," JN :
byre FECTRa : .a
shall make choice of in the kingdom.

with the approbation of the government,. Sairwaccx.-The brig Mary of rota; To ebIiG.this, an alUration,mug batdeflntheitpouruoftrade WHITBHEAIT. ..OJ...:.,.. .
where those who are ordained shall remainin Capt. Nebemiah Hilt,30 days from -ar1. as and instead TEMPLE PAINT. .." ,
quality of secular clergy,subject to their York,-was wrecked on the 'reef:off Key 'DETHELt) I
respective rules.without wearing the habit of purchan..at.: Chadetloaand similar JOSfiPH : : .
connection Vacas on Saturday the 5th ioa* Th >fes* ; ports, mercbadise i not the ; '
of said order or retaining or direcU"ialpotUd.there At CaPenlt't.+ ,ya(J,ghn
the sel having bilged mUbo, ost ud. (' :
dependence whatsoever with superiorsof toUUy fThe'Mary 0 wWch they aw not Unoriginal I :>vf?
the society not in Spain, and those who wad boaad'to, Mohil will an markets. burtheaiogthemselvarwith-UW{ INSPECTORS.JOHN .., JIj''t

are cot:ordained in class orin quality <* assorttd cargo of cossiderab|$value, 'ibalt.of .. t additional cast 'consequent 'rte"&1 laymoa..ubJect to the common law. which has .been ,' thin DUBOSE;; ,
broujit pok $ and
frrigbt profit el&id
'2. The tamp rah 'es ,shall be taken they op ea akatictfwUhaaoUerSk ,. .
possession, of without tie loss of time, in: (principaBy by the Revenue Cutter Wash' ;....at.m ..\ WILL! .
which are included the r estates,.effects, ington 4 we believe is but Kttle damaged,. tb',.d. Giventhis utri 'r m) iW. r I'ol0ce""
furniture and moveables as alse real estates having been takea'on deek'be&re thoves '6" ( .:
and civil acd ecclesiasticalVrents which the sel bilged. -- ;. t Then 1le.\.t"'ClfKt to where 2nd day'ofBytbeJoV J

regulars of the society possess without pre -_ .. *-aThe truth......;..to.be AeaI.' ntlfe *'
iudice Jo the charges and utbistance'cf tli : -r\ f.It.1fA
regulars proper. which shall oojt of aye ,. New York'Tlo"WTS, tbs r #'a :maa, tie,1._ ., arse +coMry'ted,tat .,+ .Ic.&l 4

teals per day to thepriests" 'Ailsr :fettbipErposeei(Pftt'fooS u4 Yetla .ttu.....,wiU.h lbessseltotaei. 'J. A. TIIIUBON, CUBE, K: Cti .



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kept within a free circulation of air during night as well as the
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:. PROSPECTUS OF THE on Saturday, Nov. 8, 1834. The work Embellished with a beautiful and extensive date of the first number.

1 TALLAHASSEE GAZETTE & GENERAL ADVERTISER will be published weekly, each number variety of engravings, from originaland DANIEL K. WUIT AKER.[

:,. containing eight large quarto pagesequalto selected designs, both colored and Charleston, 24ih March, 1835.
,The undersigned propose ,to publish in 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
newspaper entitled the" Tallahassee Go- white paper, with perfectly, new type. A separate volumes in the,ear,) also, a choice on the 27th March, 1835, the following
{and'Geeer Advertiser." Its oluinnl,1"'wllll1k handsome title page and correct' index will collection of: Music original and selected, Resolution was offered by Benjamin:

devoted' to Politics; Internal Improvements be furnished, and the work at the end of arranged for the piano or guitar, with near Elliott, Esq., seconded by Alycr M. Cohen,

,and General Intelligence,comprising ; the year, will form,an excellently printed ly 600 pages large octavo letter press, and Esq., and unanimously adopted:*--
the news of the day, both Foreign volume of four hundred ,and sixteen pages, only THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.. "Resolved, That The Literary Sf Philosophical

f } and Domestic.In equal to three thousand duodecimo pages.; Each numbe rof this periodical contains Society understand, with high

accordance with custom,the publishers The volume' will contain twenty-six 48 pages of extra royal octavo letter press, gratification, that Mr. Whitaker is about

r will proceed in a very:brief,manner, to pieceS of music for the Piano Porte,Flute, printed with-clearnew, and beautiful type, commencing a monthly) Journal, to be de.
lay before the public an analysis of the-planon I &c., equal ,to one hundred of common (arranged after the manner of the London voted to the advancement of Southern

,which the Gazette will be conducted.: I sheet music; which,could not be purchased "La Belle :setnblee,' ) on paper of the Literature, and, with pleasure, declare their

They *vill.endebvor steadily to keep in separately for less than five dollars : and' finest texture and whitest color. It is: embellished opinion of his full qualification for fuchln:

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

the ,United States: ,.by 'which,they,hope to I the simple ,rather than the complex and and Steel, executed by artists of the bo permitted to publish the proceedings

steer their course aright. As moderationand difficult.: highest skill and distinction,and embracing of the society, and such communicationsto
frmneeii'will beourmetto, we will be Although the publishers place! no depen ever variety of subjects.-Among theso the society, as the curators may approve

slow to brand,with heresy, those politicians deuce'whatcver, ,in the support of it, as a are illustrations of Popular Legends, Romantic (Signed) JOSEPH JOHNSON,.
who may honestly1 differ in opinion fromus literary paper,upon i its engravi ,yet there Incidents, Attractive Scenery and President, pro ten;.
t + ; : It'is' our design"'fairly to'report thepassing will, be presented occasionally, plates from portraits of Illustrious Females: The number JACOB DE LA MOTTA, Secretary.

political news of'the t day;.,tbe political ,copper and wood of beautiful workmanship commencing each quarter contains a Subscriptions: to the above wok evil!

views that'we may; nave'occasioD.t, and finish. Already have appeared a beau. picture of the existing Philadelphia,Fashions : be received at this Office. April 21.

advocates shall be dispassionately discussed, ,. tlf engraved' portrait of James Fenimore designed, engraved and colored expressly .w'
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cart! friends who may favor us'with' o nmu- vignette'title page, engraved on copper., specially engaged for' that purpose. The the Third Volume of the
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impartiality. \ 'will be secured from somo of the ed in any other similar American publication
the ashions; Tales; Essays; Biographical
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render 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
they are' capabt&f, bearing in mind the r,contain as "much reading matter as- any they will be improved in tho coming vol. &c.; and embellished with superior En-

old' age*they! that would please every body, similar' quart0 paper,now.published,ia the wnw. In addition to the several Embel. gravings ; Fine Wood Cuts ,Plate of tie
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.tny party, wo would,nqt: be understood as '' ) and to New England. the :publisherlooks and interesting subjects,natural history, meridian of its popularity; and as aspiring
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Reading Saturday Evening"cTbtl' perbly engraved page and a general
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t population than, that of any other portion\ ,' "of the 'best,Magazines from the the work superbly bound.. to obtain the earliest intelligencefrom arrangements
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but ono weekly newspaper. lilt+ additionto issuing a periodical more particularly adap various changes, which shall be inserted as
of Of a Monthly Magazine, to be entitled ,
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: country, whichwe doubt not* will soon be ; public. While it will be ,the object of thepropaators To bt bushed in Charleston:JOURNAL, S. Ci shall be occasionally embellished with
cultivation should the presentpriceaof
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literary upon
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\be the, "
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I may with confidence, rely for complete furnish from all Union drawings
partspfthe established in South Carolina
access of.alai undertaking on the supportof affording (Q 7-Highly portraits of all tk
and illustrations 'of'everjsubj subject ofinterest a suitable medium
a public. through which the great British and, American poets, fromChaucer
which publishers confidently opinions of our best writers might be downwards, are, in ,
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published Honorable,to its title and acceptable to the the public mind. It is .
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lIE 'ninth .number of the Fourth of t' r.
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