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Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1835
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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
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System ID: UF00049046:00042

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Ooe Dollar aril fifty Cents per.square, (of :..QVI... who may honestly differ; .ID. ppinior 9Jj m
for the first insertion, and .
fifteen lines,) : for :each subsequent us. It is our design fairly }r Gp&rjkJne,
Sevcntv-Five Cents

continuance. All Advertisements will be .... :_ J I passing political. news ofthe.dapttltppo-
that
continued until otherwise ordered. None i litical views we may nave occasion.
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will bo considered less Jhn a square. EDITED. AMD PUBLISHED, BY JESSE advocate,shall bo dispassionately discussed,
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& 7-No subscription will be discontinuedunless -- -- so far as, we,are concetjictt r nd. we hope
( at the option of the Editor,) until all VOL 1. KEY WEST, ATITRDAY: ErTEMBEK 19, 1835. NO.42. I our friends: who Say ra o'tis'witfinrtimw(
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arrears are paid. 1 n -- mcatJonf,11I; : opscrvo "js} sanvf. rui ;,oilier \
All letters, to the Editor on business, Printing/ Presses of every description. Tans,Essays, Poems, Anecdotes, &c. &c. wise they will be rfjeered,, I* theidaort-! ;

must- -be Post Paid. Printing Inkofth3 most approved qualities, Tho original contributions' to this department anco of this Course,;we shall act with strict '

Composing Sticks 'Brass,Gallcs Imposing and promptly paid for
: f;. WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR, are regularly j impartiality.It .
R- ESPECTFULLY Inform the Printersof Stones, Cases, Paper AsA Press Boards, and in addition to tho many waters who will be the aim of the publishers to

the United States, to whom they have Standing Presses, Furniture, together witlr have favored us with articles during the render to their patrons all the'Satisfaction

long) been individually known as established "In.a complete a Printing assortment Office will of bo all kept articles constantly used past year, and whose essays will continue they are capable of bQarJng;(y.ftllndJhe;

Letter Founders, that they have now formed and on hand. -- to enrich our columns,wo have the promiseof old ago "they that would, please everybody, ,
co-partnership in said business,
a assistance from others whose names are will "
Small fonts, fuitable for Book-bindors, please nobody.
from their united skill and experience,
hope in be had when called already well known to their countrymen.We In
to be able to give full satisfaction to all who great variety, may avowing, however n design to pursuea i
favor them with orders. .. for. do not parade t the namesas is the fashion course untrammelled! by the shackles of '"

nay The introduction of machinery in place Orders from all parts of the.Union will be pf sane; but we confidently appeal to nny party, \yo would not be understood: as 1 .

of tho tedious and unhealthy practice of promptly and and most carefully 'attended<< to, the experience of the past year as affording being indifferent to the importance correct .
in for all
casting type by hand, long desideratum by fonts particularly furnished by their supplying predecessors SORTS Bin an earnest of our zealous, untiring, and we ,principles: They wish however ..distinctly i
the and American Founders,was, unsuccessful exertions
European trust'not
altogether lo have it.known .
that neither
ny & KonalJson, and Richard Donaldson. ; they'wlll .
by American of time ingenuity and and a the heavy expenditure of Stereotyping in all its branches',executed to render.thb literary character of tho New lead the van riot follow the train of
on part our
cnior partner, first money successfully accomplish by L. Johnson, as heretofore. Yorker inferior to that of' journal of itsclass Designing Political I Intriguers,who are men

rd. Extensive use of the machine cast let JOHNSON ff SMITH. in this country.II. of principle m'proportionto their interest.

ter, has fully tested and established its superiority No. G, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. 'Political,, Uic ncc.--rn' this 'de.parlment. Several Columns of the Gazette will bb
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in every particular, over that cast this Q}:Publishers advertisement of,Newspapers and forward who:a'invert alone does)tho New-Yorker present I appropriated to Essays!:! pf';; a moral and miscellaneous -
by the old process. paper anjmomafy in thebistoryof the newspaper -
character, prider the head of
containing it to J. & S. will be entitled to ..
The Letter business hereafter
Foundry will press of the Union. Our
plan embraces
$3, payable in settlemcntof their accounts Reading for Saturday.Evening.!
be carried on by the patties before
named under the firm of WI lite,II agar &co. when their bills amount to.not less! than$10. I the collection orevery importantitem The publishers aro,fully; ,awaro or, ,the
J. & of political intelligence-=whatever bo difficulty of but
Their specimen exhibits a complete series their undertaking,;, place
from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book HEAP, VALUABL ,INTERESTING WORK its character and hearing-in the,,language groat reliance,on: the public liberality 'end

and News type being in the most modern The Family Physicianirnd Gazette of Hu- historical record, and with tho strictest believe that a diligent attentionjo, ncss,

light and style. .man Life. regard to the preservation .of,an unquestioned and a zealous effort,to serve the publjc, will)

White, Hagar & Co. arc agents for the Being of Health and neutrality between tho contending secure to themselves liberal' share
a Library Hygenie, o t patronage -
sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press
and of Popular and General Medical partier, opinions and sectional, divisions '
es, which they can'furnish to their customers
: rendered familiar to existing in the country. The Editor refers
Knowledge,
,at tho manufacturer's prices Chases, every Tbo City of Tallahassee being located
Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every individual: embracing every subject con with a proud satisfaction to ihe fact, that in the' centre.(of Flor.ida.and surroundedby
: nccted with the prevention; 'treatment, throughouuhc past; year, 'lie has presented
article used in the Printing Business, kept many natural' advantages, possessing ina
for sale, and furnished the shortest and cure of di'leas'es-tlae' qualities of 'a'minute andcircumstantial., acconnt of all
on no- ,
given ,around i its (
larger
space centre'. ,
medicines-their good and ill 'effects'on ?
the elections
tice. Old typo taken in exchange for newat which have taken place in the than that other
population portion
health
-ingredients of secret or pat. pf any
N.9 cents B. per pound. cut medicines-the true principles of eating s veralStalE8dlJring an eminently ardent of th .Territol}.wHhin thesamqjimishas<<
Newspaper Proprietors who give and,excited canvass. without once incurring .
and but
and one
drinking creating drinking weekly In addition
the above three insertions, will he entitled newspaper.
the "
to live domestic censure.,or even tho exception of
to Five Dollars in'silch articles as they cookery-chemistry- any to this lheroare many ,valuable sections'of..
,t select from our specimen. may and a great variety of 'curious, valuable, pohtcaIJouroal.! ; Andwhile, ,he,reserves country, which'we doubt not will be i
t 're'V York, 1835.( and interesting'"no\vl dge,of the highest to himself .right of commenting briefly brought into cultivation } soon {
imnortance. to all. and Liihertn _Iiddp.nCrom ._ but freely the*+ of & } should t/iei preceptprices
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T RUCES NEW \ the day, of the 'of the
If > YORK TYPE FOUN- the mass of mankind.: great staple !countrybe' ;
|i JL> DRY.-The subscribers respectfully Contributed offering such suggestions as tho aspects of maintained; which must considerablyaugment ) I'
number of
inform the printers, that they have recently Physicians.by a practising the :times may seem to require, he yet holds the population of tho Tcrri.Qry. '. i

.j completed a variety of new fonts of letter himself pledged,that such remarks shall not From tho
The object of this work is to present eve- considerations: slated,, above, '\1
:t in the style of the latest European specimens ry subject connected with diseases and its interfere, in any ',material degree, with the we have no hesitation in ,.believing tint J .e .1
well ,
calculated for ornamental printing treatment which, by.its simplicity and per views, tho doctrines or tho prospects of any may with ,confidence for
rely| complete
or sasteful display and making an assortment of its details political ,, lIo cl ishes the confidentexpectationtljatthJQfiles
I of spicuity ,-shall enable all who party. .success: of Qiirundcrtaking )he rt '
unrivalled on,
Printing Types in wish 8uPP
be
to
thoroughly'informcd in this most of the New Yor
beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens interesting and important of sciences. .* .k'er will hereafter ixj referred ,of a generous public., / ''I'
to for truth
the
may be obtained the I Co
at Rmols.-Tho'.T.lah
Foundry The eGagotteand '
advantages of such to f
a publication .o controverted "st tem nt ,
any
No. chambers
street, ChathanTst. regarding '
near all ranks of need not be insisted : General{ Advertiser51; willbepubjil.ed)
It contains specimens from Twelve Line society upon tho results of elections'. '&c. &t': ; since itsestablishment J j
Pica to Pearl-comprising since they must suggest themselves to with mutual, on .a,super royal' sheet;, at four do)1per) ,
:1 every reflecting mind. Under"tlie influence deference and annum
45 forms of Roman with 1. with entire :payable in advance or oh,delivery !
Caps. case. conviction of absolute
of the
diffusion
sound
-1 I medical know- certainty. of.tho'finetdumber.
35 do Italic do do III. : :Four, .dollars J juad fifty .
all Inttlliffcnce j
ledge among classes, empiricism must be of
Consisting .cents if paid after ,
5 do title Roman do do I thofopiratoq
| 0/911:
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disarmed and
of Foreign
the
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.I dangerous weapons ,with Domes'ticNewsj Literary Items .
5 do months
title Italic dollars
do d. or.five if
5 do which it wars so successively against the life Statistics, Brief Notices;, of tho. rama&c.; pajd'.at:.the clue i''
sh'd Roman 'do do ft. "
of man the abusive 0 'j )
; employment of medi However it ,
the.ortune
17 do Antique do do may..be of otherSto !
cines so baneful to health will No subscription will boreceivca'tor. 1
jifst
J give place to obtain tho
1: do Black do do confidence and of
the rational administration of remedial patronage term than one and
,. 5 do Black the public the year the paper will-pot; .
Open do do ,on. credit of improvements
agents, and the scientific and experienced prospective be discontinued I
,
orders
without
.
1 do Script do do and future ;unUlay arrearages
physician will be aided in his efforts excellence the pub.
j 5 do Germ'n Textdo to ale ,are paid., t
do
leviate the sufferings' humanity. Noth: lishers are content to rest their claims to "
Tim first
23 11 do do Two Twol'norom'ncaps lines Italic with figs' ing that can add to the utility of the work public consideration ,distinctly on what( Uw !numberlwi1Lbpiaauec, !,ur g
capitals. shall be ensqipg.summer qr.arlyin.tifljrall-i-) |
neglected. Tho have'
principles of dent they already
10 do SUM accomplishedand
Caps of various kinds.G respect Communicationa
do Open do do and regimen shall be explained, and their fully invite the patrons of American Jitera addret l ved.tothQ.pt; p..era
.
"I 7 do Italic capitals and figures. application enforced. The ingredients' of ture to examine their Journal and judge must be postpaid.. j, ,(; ....;'. .s.QIIN : .

j Besides ornamental letters backslope, secret remedies shall be given and the whoU what it ICtllfif___-_ _., frnm'ivfi-ilt. .. **.. ..aAI, wni.. a
subject matcria medica shall be --*r-** -
music,lottery figures piece fractions, superiors explained in a lucid and discussedand When it is considered that no periodical 'I i ,,p.AVW.tlll: + M.AUabassec ; .
simple
astronomical and oihersigns, space of style. of like, character for : ,A ri1,17I83b, ; .I I. ..
(OTA premium will.be t
$100 awarded originality
rules brass rules variety ,
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ornamental "
dashes long w 1' ;0
to of "NO"
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the writer pf the best literary contents' ,v '
braces, more than two hundred kinds of essay (not exceed. comprehensiveness of a'A !II I UJOCt
ing 20 pages octavo) on the advantages to ''plan)'and the amount Nonce \
borders,and more han 1000 kinds of tuts 'of matter VeekJy pro hereby-givept\that: an election

and ornaments for school books, newspapers the medical community knowled of.the. 1 general diffusion. of rented' has ever been 'attempted in this I for a Member tf the I Legislative';Council

and scientific works; orders for any of directed he essays are to be country at, at less price than three to'five 'Of''iheTeTritory of:Florida foV the county
' post paid, to the editor in all of .
which or composing; sticks, cases chases, June next. dollars per annum, the publishers trust they 'of-M roe will' be held 'Monday/'the

i &c will expected: with the utmost promptitude The award of the premium will depend will not be deemed presumptuous in expressing 12th day of October'U3b'athe'follaw.;
,a large stock
being band. '
They will also execute orders always for on upon the decision of several eminent phys tho hope that their'journal will at ing places'ndertheauperintcaaenceoftbe

presses, ink, &c. which they will furnish printing at icians. tract the attention, even if it should. not following Inspectors,viz r .: u

I \ the manufacturers prices. (7Editors' postmasters and others, are secure the favor,of the patrons of :American In Key.:Wet at'the'Eogine. House.1
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i this
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Foundry, and receive when one dollar will have eight 'numbers' sent.- will published 'ev- [ JOHN! ?.! BALDWIN.:'I>J ,
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!* The editor, s in The ,
great pleasure being experience of the .
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O rO'dertforthe above Foundry will be able to announce the approbation of past year admonish Vf

attended. to immediately if sent to eminent dical gentlemen to the plan many of distant es us to regard 'the advance payment from CHARLES fidWE.;. 'f' ';

A. E. MILLER. this publication subscribers as an;, indispensable con. JACOB HQUBEMAN. ,'

No. 4 Broad-st. Charleston 8.C. THE dition, Wben;from peculiar circumstan WM: iL}.PLEDC :. :}
May 23HTYPE NEW-YORKER. cog :
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: of Mr.RICHARD issued the first number of the second volume I Any' person' remitting' ten''dollard free of .. !J.'tf 'fm ', :

RONALDSON.his long established and i: of"Tiie'Naw-Yoa$> R; and the pub.. charge to us,shall receive six copied for one,, \ J\S.

very tZtensireType Foundry, the subscri lishers trust this early announcement .will year, and urthe'same proportion for a I..... -WM.'WHITEHEA1).. i

belt bare (formed a co-partnership for the attract the seasonable attention of all those ger number. Post Masters and others'aro. 1'DIPLE.'PAINT: h

purpose of continuing said buiineu,'and for who may choose 'to commence their subscriptions respectfully requested to interest themselves -i JOSEPH'BETHELL. : i
the convenience: of their friends in '
behalf
and at that time our with the '
pat '
, Tons,have removed assurance that''the, :ACCape'Floi.aa it t&rrtt
their establishment '. Qtlse''pjlJ'oh)
THE New
to hart'pnseible
a -t'oTtxrawill ,terms will be Q,
continue afforded '
I more central to preserve :'them 'I i
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of the Diiboise.
At
part city. it is :
their the .' ;
' geoeral .. l PI
intention to keep on band a good character which-has thus, ..1'4OSPTALLAIIA O :- .. '... ,
assortment .
of the best type, and Jo make such additions far secured it the approval of a steadily*and' : : ,INSPECJIIl9.: : ..,:, ...wt.
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and improvements as the taste of tie trade rapidly 'increasing patronageBad.popu \ : '
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and the wanti of the larity commensurate with lie, 'Y" J:.4, ; 111
country require, they sphere( its T.he SAMUEL
flatter themselves circulation ; u 'nod, ; r A.JSPEJffLtJAr.t \CEIL :
that this establishment The peculiarities of its prpPoeo t f 0
Cd *
will merit a large tbaro of patronage They were adopted after much ODand.pita the City pf Titl bas' )eFloriaa, a ,weekly ''Civeri' ( tfiVr1'.'" :: ..
have now several foot hand 'have-not ;'newspaper gntitledtbp :under mf I rjand >rfffd seal t
on which can learned that its t allahae,4 of mcc,
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promiicentfetu .
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single IGicoluraps .
prepared to make point to receive the : < ; '
fonts oi"all weights and wilt be deiot$ 'Q per ;
approbation' .
sizes of'its Pofiiics Internal Ion. theJudgeiW
from Pearl patrons* ( :
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to 22 line .
Pica ,
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*jreat 'ninety of Ornamental Letter paper continue to be arranged JIDteJligencet,coinptiamglbe ,
\ Their assortment Cuts and Brass follows pi pcvapf tj.jAy", bglbFt>frfin .J. Judge JT. C. c.

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be ca>forwarded* to Printer- ae, soon as they '"renting twelve ample, ola.S3ui ,., S Iilpl2ft.a..' very brief WJWJIO; Witi.. ,'-. .m..J1I'tf*'DI., '" '

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f. I them, I conclude he has more industry than I ,. the time of his release lie must be beyond She opened the door, as fie politely asked( I

. ,WWllf-HS. __ : '..... gumption 4. the'reach of those who were again ready to i is the Chief Justice within No, Sir," I
..*.. When I see a young mtnJ'ust set up'ill II rppcat the-dosehe had already: received said the pretty ol.e,"brit will to slrord).'' ,
GOOD'WIGHTDay -*? HEMaxs'
business,keeping a. at an -- All that's no matter,"said 1JaCounseUor, :
have, set'their ry past.watch atlas?, expense of two dollars a day, and failing A mall miitalcc. -In the town of Er- os lie was courtesicd within pe door, I '
Stars F unt-tb.t through the deep.woods tow I in six, months, when' he might walk for *I'' ,there formerly lived an old'miller, who was did not come to see the father, my client is
a Makes re t soundYunheard till now, nothing, and continuo his business with remarkably forgetful,. usually''taking one interested only in the testimony of the
Jtlowen have sHut with fading light> safety, 1 conclude that he has hot much toll out of the hopper, and another from : daughter. My client, madam, owns the
Good night.. gumption the trough: after it had come through tIle mansion you see from yonder, and the (pith i
'When I see a man purchasing three cords mill. He argued that it was etter to LR of his suit is to ascertain if you would hate: !
Go to rest! of wood for tho winter,-when, by listing "twice right than cnce wrong." If according any objection to becoming its mistress( t
It.Sleep Wit\1bl,\sit dove-like that secret on cJ dry'beast thoMooM, and mending a broken pane, he to his doctrine, it was right to take I'll call next Sabbath evening for your answer.
One dark Ibrm of memory d well, might save one of them,I think ho has but toll, so it was wrong for him to grind without ." '* Why, sir, it won't be necessary
Oe tt mandW from'tbfsitbt- t little gumption.When that perquisite, and if it was right: to to suspend the suit. I think your client's
Good aight. 1 see a man attending diligently take toll once, so it was perfectly right that case is founded injustice,and I am sure lie
to his o\Y8 concerns, sending his childrento ho should take it, twice. This did not wi'l win his point without any special plea
,
Joy be thine,! school, paying his debts, and keeping satisfy the old, man, however: and he increased ding: but, as father has been twentyoneyears <<
Kind looks o'er thy slumbers land shine !tCo clear of law-suitsand quarrels, I set him his. demands to such an extent, !. upon the bench, it would be decorous
Meet"aud thj in home's toy spirit long parted hand, down as a man possessing a reasonable tlipt people began to complain,but as there to see if his opinion does not confirm mine
0e tfieir eyes all Iou apd.ligbt- share of gumption.. was no other mill in the neighborhood, Certainly, madam," said the lawyer, ag
Good night. When I sec a woman mending her children1 they had to grin! and bear it. One day a the father entered the apartment. It is
,. clothes and receiving! her husband dry old f fellow sent a \baa of wheat to.- -hf- medless to say that the full Court- -.- did .nnreverse .va.
Peace to all t with affection, I conclude that she.hIlS an ground, which was of so--0 excellent! a quali- : the decision-and the happy pair
Dreams of heaven on mourners fall t ordinary share of gumption. ity, that the miller thought he must increase signed the bond and went into possession
Exile t o'er thy couch may gleams In fine, when I see a,man who deals just his toll. This he did so unconsciously, : in four weeks from that night.-Bost. Cur
Bard Pass from 1 1. thine to worlds own mountains more streams ; ly, loves mercy, walks.hucnbly, and pays that the bag went homo minus one half of .
away brigbt-
'''Good night I for his newspaper, I.cpncludo that of all the grist. Next morning the owner met A REAL KENTTCKIAK. Kentucktan
--- others in this world,, he possesses the gr at- him, and accosting. him .with a laigtheml ,MC believe of that class familiaily call.
THK row TO wrvnr.Tho silence of est portion of gumption phiz, Do you know what a plaguy 71li8t. 'e ed a "hog merchant" rode up to a public
sight is the friend of contemplation. Cicero ..... you made with.my wheat yesterday ?" "No house in the west, where a number of gen '
was fond of night studied. .Many LAW LATIN.Somewhere in this statea I don't, what 'was *t?" Why,nothing of tlcmcn were sitting in the pi3ZZ0. After a
other great men have found this in isp n81- few years since) a"cinstabJevas sent to. any consequence, only you happened to low bow to the company, he inquired if any
ble'to success Iii the paths literature I arrest a person;'but unfortunately failed to send home the toM. instead of the grist." one present could inform 'him what was
r and.science. Franklin often stole from .his I accomplish his task. He'however'havinga good for a burn. A young physician (thoie
; 'bed l in wakeful moments to record the I great idea of the digni.ty'of his Wief Temperance StickAt a small town, being several present) stepped forward,and
: suggestions of his mind.' 'While the-multi- I catching profession, was anxious to make not ten miles from* Keighley, an individual nitli much complaisance, gave a )learned
tijde sleep, and the sound of their occupatipns hi* "return" to-the magistrate in latin, and keeps a school ; the income! arising from lecture on burns, fur which he was jiohttly,
bas ceased, and the.,streets are solitary .I therefore wrote! the following sentence on which not being sufficient to maintain him thanked I IIY the Kentuckian,who informed
and 'there1 is no noise but that of the : the back of the.writ: Non est comeatabus, the wits of the roaster are further exerted !him that lie prescription would not answer .

cricket within, or the murmuring of the et railum swamwo." The good magistrate to flhfflin-that food"llich_ n;__ ---U'rmitrialmtlt flirt..... u his__ ,nresent' -.. -omnlnint.-'-- '-'" r 3-- .'ii"... _:_rrl'nu Jn .1,1."...",,.[....
winds, the pattering of the rain, or the read it, scratched) his head in perplexity, body;; he has therefore opened a shop, et had been \cry badly'burnt the night proviou3. -
'Howling' of tho dogs without i ; when the thought it meant one' thing and then another .' where: he exposes for sale various articles of On hearing this, the physician became .
soul Is self-collected, and calmly examinesthe but finally gave up; and asked the constable toy 'ware, and being a strong advocate of exasperated and told him if he would!
subjects that present themselves for re- to explain the unintelligible sentence. "Temperance Societies," ho enjoins all in alight lie would give him a flogging. The
,flec'lion; then is the time for the man to Why, may it please your honor. ,'* repliedthe his immediate neighborhood to follow his Kentuckian again bowedand said that lie
trim his and constable know went arter. precepts, and example. On would not for '
Itudy, to lamp, commune with you the most of tIle nhglit two floggings, nnt
-'be"aageli who have gone before him, or rascal,and could'nt catch him, because he goods die offers for sale arc painted some rode oil' with much gravity and satisfaciiorTvnANTS ; )
those of his own times, who have given to went to the swamp, and crossing it on a emblematical' design of Temperance ;" -
,the world {the fruits of their invention or rail, got' away from me, therefore, non_est even walking sticks cannot evade this de TBEJIULE! The inhabitants
experience ;then is the time to converse comeatabua means I could'nt catch thepcoundrel termined'foe'to strong drink" On some;: of Wheeling, Va. in the nrdent patriotirc
'wIth 'the patriarchs and apostles,. whose : ; and et railumswampo means he of them he has engraved, the word "te-to- which boils over in their gallant bosoms,
f>'ebcki are metaphorically and happily styled crossed a swamp on a rail 'The judge tal," and others "Moderation. One of have formed themselves into on independent -
'"the 'fountains: of living waters ;" with bowed profoundly, thanked him for his learned his scholars, a'ruddy-faced urchin, having military associate, to be entitled,
those sages whd have, elicited the great. kindness and: promised;,whenever there called forth the displeasure of his preceptor, The Earthquake Volmtc: _rs."
truths of:science or of :art; with 'those saCred was a vacancy in the professorship of languages he had recourse to his bundle of sticks," &
", ''and profane authors, whoso works. to recommend him for the station. the boy seeing punishment awaiting him, I The cotton yarn annually spun in Eng
taken: fogetber< enlarge-the understanding [Pawtucket Chron. significantly exclaimed -" Sir,is that stick .I land would, itt single thread, girdle tli+vI
1 t idd'fbrtuy' the soul, to perform ,the duties I 'Te-to.-tal' Moderation?' Why," replied I I globe A03,77b.tiniesc it \\otild mach fifty
tnd.sustain: the vicissitudes of.life Jlfonej/ 'making in America-If there is.ijoue the master. "Because,"said the boy ,!! one times 'from the earth to the sun, ant:
''m6essd' scholar,of mere gentleman, who ; ..pcoglaiiv.; ,t .universewho? sacrifice "jf it's Tc-fo-tar you mount strike at all : I I it would encircle the earth' orbit eight
iniptqveatb ''portion' or.hS'time''lb.tb: route time to Ute amassing of inoney than) "if'Sloderation: ,' use it,easy.; times and a half. .
1WiJ.ie"te speaking, instead of snoring the rest,it is the American nation. (They''I. '1. I ._- --=- --- -. -- ',
/
i"/( '''hb" Mlow'Will soon 'find 'that it gives rise early and toil hard; they give up no' Anticipation of the mail in Nineteen NOTICE IBHEKBIIYGlVJaV; 'I has:
' 'hio ft decided: advantage in 'conversitiop",. time to the social enjoyment of life; they Hundred and Thirty-!keorrchundrcd years I | fur receiving fI flubscriinmi| !i
ov 'rlroae'NbtYplreekr"Unnecessary sleep.4otb6 >' tako their meals at the.ringing of a beJr) Acncc.-ITEMS OF NEW?. The ono hun I to tIC, Capital stock of the SOUTHERN
.'CaltiValioa, 6f letters;"besides the inlaite and hurry'through it more like beasts food dred and fifty-ninth anniversary of American I, LIFE INSURANCE ANDTIU'ST COM1'ANY {
satisfaction, that is the happy and 'un i ing,than Christians dining. There i:* no Independence was celebrated a day or I will be opened at the oifice' u.: .
failing coesegbie\ ,ce'of'time' well spent.--- interchange of'friendly sentiment, or humorous two since, by some of the descendants: of Thomas Douglas Esq. in the City of SI<
Those rem&rks'are intended 'chiefly for the; joke; all is planning, speculating, the sixth generation of the old soldiers who Augustine, on the second day of \OVt m
young, who have not yet'formed their bib.t or calculating. When they get a glass, declared themselves independent. Yesterday her next at 10 o'clock A. M., and willl I*
ftfl, and may therefore learn. : to"steal from notwithstanding the temperance societies .. morning; the balloon Fiery Comet, arrived kept open from time to time by adjourn
Jeep some of'that precious time,too much they sometimes do,their boasting,one I and anchored its parachut in the are meat, iiiml the whole of trIO Stork shall l<.
of which''she DOW aeizes s upon from wall of their greatest national peculiarities, be- na of the Auburn City Hotel, and landed ;subscribed not exceeding thirty day.
, cIu es. Old men cannot,bo expected1! gins to, show itself. A good story is told her passengers in one hour and thirty min LOT CLARK,
change their habits, though the experimentof of a major and another. A. Yankee says :' utes from! New York. The papers of this I I ROBERT RAYMOND; REID,
''petting''rid of,a bad habit for a good one ,to a major, 'can you shoot a rifle,major?, morning bring the latest accounts from the 1 THOMAS. DOUGLAS.
\a always worth trying. Sometimes may Pretty considerable says he. 'I can hita Mediterranean' by the arrival of the balloon 'I Commissioners
succeed, however old' and* S inveterate) ** the chip in tho air,' says the Yankee, 'five Lightning, at Boston, from Gibraltar I June 20; 1835. [3-10w]

bad habit ,may become. Eut let no youth times.'n .. out. of.six shots.1. The major replies in twelve hours and- ten minutes,: bv thmnwe ... '.. [ nn'l.' 11 ,,, r'n.., ...n ............. _
,tear or doubt its capacity 'Qiliijg which has overtaken him; let him! one seven times in four shots.1 Well'says: ? Mount Vesuvius. Since. Saturday last, I I HOTICET hereby given to LacEhf.i) : !
meet the enemy in> earnest, and he will :be the otber,.' that's enough; 'we wont waste (three days) seven hundred locomotive engines Stonc, that a suit wilt be
sure Jo triumph ,Trim the midnigt !lainpt powder,and I knock under. The Yankees with their trains of cars, passed thro' iii3titutcdat the next (November) term "t
then,ye aspiring youth, who nobly aim to who live in the country in America ,have our city going west, and one thousand going I the Superior Court for the Southern Districtof
do your duty to uo'd.and, tojour fellow- none of the boorish awkwardness which is east. The gigantic work of construc Florida, upon a mortgage held by the
meoi Heaven will crown your labors with a distinguishing feature of the country people ting .a_ tuned under the Atlantic, from I Subscriber' on two lots of ground lying and
success, and future times may hail-you as in Scotland., On the contrary) they are America to Europe progressing rapidly, being within the limits of the town of Ken
the saviors.of a sinking land. sharp and intelligent,andquite alive to their the difficulty at the Gulf Stream will.be West, and known on the. map thereof as )lots
-..'..- own interest.! 'Friend, mind thyself is surmounted. The locomotive plough machine I Nos.2 sand 3 i in square 44. .
: tttruoi -: commandment, of.all others of one-of our farmers' M. R.. F. .
Gv> f.' This is _a fine old Scotcbword they most near this city, EMERSON.By I
not generally bq found in diction, scrupulously attend to. If you get into was injured by a collapse of a boiler last I her attorney in fact,
aries, though ft is worthy of a place in.the conversation with any of them in the course week.' It i is said there is a horse to be seen WILLIAM WIIITEII EAD.
best.: It has a great deal of meaning in it, of travelling,two to one but bo will be for at the Farmer's Exchange,on the dock by Key West, June f2', 1835. [3J-e<,!4m.;
add often expresses what nothing else can'. selling you his watcVhis gun, or some of the lake, in the upper part of this city. A
When I see the girl reject the addresses his property. A simple man has no chance '. horse is'a curiosity in these days; in old LEGAL CONVEYANCING,.
of a respectable"young,man, who owns a I with them.! -Journal. of an Excttrrion iii. times,as we read,tbey used to use them for Of every kind executed vith
farm,goes ito meeting, and pay his debts, lie United States and Canada draft animals. The sleeve of one of the
for one who tistta the theatre, and spends' -ow fashionable ladies who figured one hundred PROMPTNESS
bis money> faster than be makes it, I think from the Rodney (JEtt.) Telegraph. years ago,was shown us yesterday-it ,is a ,
to' myself ahe has not got much gumption. ThewayAeydo ding mJtf non Co. curiosity-there is not more than three O.V APPLWATrOtr AT Tll'tf
; When I' eoa.oungmed1anic who wants Warwick, the murderer of Mr. Fisk, an yards of cloth in it. We learn by an old OFFICE

t good wife, that can make a pudding, spit aged man, both inoffensive and harmless, newspaper that there were a species of the, OP. THE ,CLERK OF TIIC BUPJ2JWOUCOUKT .
a turkey, and nurse.his-'btbret,, dangling was trid this week at Fayette. On accountof male part of the human family in old times, .
after a piece of affectation bean: some technicalities of the,law failing to that were designated dandies-they were
been to a dancing school, and can play on be observed the prisoner was discharged. considered the erjtorito of the age.-Au N. TJCE.-Six weeks afterdate applies
s piano, I guess lie has not much gumption. lie had no sooner,however, emerged from burn Miscellany.Cort tion will be made to the'Judge of tbe
county court of the
When I see firmer the court louse than ho county of Hillkborougb
a
pa'U1gue8 for was stripped of his by the undersigned(letters Of'adminwtra-
twenty acres of land halt fenced, half til clothing, and a plentiful coat.of tar ajad -ing.-A.lawyer, whom we knew tion on the estate of'Antonio' P,ckec of
I led, when be might raise more,on six acres," feathers applied to hirn. He Was afterwards well, did his courting off bawd. He had said county deceased. '
under good cultivation, I, conclude he ii wblpped' until almost insensible to pain ;, got good practice and high reputation,as QUININA PACHECOWILLIA1
not overstocked with jfumptioh and to restore his failing sense, we under. well for what his noddle! contained of Coke \( BUNCE.
I When I see'a, mart who.has. good buairieas stand a large-quantity of spirits of turpentine Blackstone, u for being a very eccen Tampa, Hill jborongh county,
,sufficient to support'bis family respectably was poured upon him. Inthij- J tua. tric chip in all his ways, doing and saying. Au,. 24, 1835. [41- tr.J _
I neglecting his < >in and running riots be was mounte upon a hit, tad carried; lib eccentricity got .him inlo.! the notion FOR SALE.
into debt, m order to obtain political office 'tuou&b'tbe! > streets of the town, amid the it wasn't "mete, that vomaa. should be YOUNG female SLAVS, who U a good
I fancy that whatever may LO his talents, shouts of the iDutt tad6. It is said that alone;* and so of a delightful aummer'd A Washer and boner, a, tolerably gOOd
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he Is.Apt burdened with gumption. I during Oft execution .of Judge< Lynch** eto-"hen the roses railed and the cowf Seamstress, -acquainted with House
r When 1 see'a man calling tics from sentence, the 'culprit frequently bested to slips laughed, Sunday evening, too, mind, Work. (O Enquire at this office.
bop
be shot, but.was told that such a death was gentle reader,, thatDelightful sept 12 .
. too easy for biro. When the of boor of
! vengeance 'witching loeJ WE are authorized to ao'
tt..W"i ... the cankef wnn rnay not ascend them, the taaltitudt had been fully wreaked opotf e caught up his bat and was seen ascending nouoce W M. R. HACK-
him
1 when be might effect a remedy: in a day by ,be was furnished with money stir!ieieat UM steps of the cottage bestte: the LEY, Esq. as a capdjdsU
fo carry him beyond the limits of the to Moonx count
hill represent
j exchanging the earth for three feet abound State, -where tripped -
with tht injaoctica Usat in 6v. boon from A lovely damsel bright and fair. 'the abut Legislative Couojn of this Te'rffc
t ry. latch '4, Uh5. (22ter.If ?

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-" -.Jor- mates must the of tho .N ....1 "! _--- ; c. experience on flight They' ivilk'endeovor steadily to keep in
PEI'INnUIma'ter'and sole owner of the
!sweetest seraph, still we arc not >without a viow the landmarks of the) Constitntioacf ;
.toatn Dolphin
and superior packet ?
21 ENQUIRER. faint and lingering hope of their return new have determined to make an experimentalvoyage tho United-States by ******.they:hope to :

-." This in the Dolphin, from Charleston to steer.thtircouRtfaright* {A* moderation
KEY WEST, FLORIDA : will afford a ready and economical Havana, with the view of forming a line of and firmness will be our;naetto, W will be

I opportunity for supplying our merchants, steam'packets from.Charleston to Havana, sloiV.t btand'"ith lieV t ,.tb stt poIiti ijna

; SATUKDAY, SEPTEMBEIl. 19,.1835.COURT. and by furnishing more frequent inter arid probably by :connexion with : U.e"i who may honestly 'diftCr 'fa b)pinion;from

j, -ADMIRALTY .-The case of tho change of letters and newspapers( will add certainly thence to leave New "Orleans.The Charleston! for Havana& 'via! us. slt ,is,pur,,design, fairly ItMWJ' lb.passing' .
few links to the chain which to political news,of tho.day;, u p0-
brig Mary of Boston, winch was set for a is yet con St. Augustine, Capo Florida and Key Weston
Wednesday last, 16th inst.,was unavoidably nect us with our northern friends. Tuesday, the 10th November next. Persons -' litical views fiat we may nave occasion- to

postponed in consequence of the indisposition t We have seen some specimens of tbe of respectability disposed\ to join the1 advocate,shall edispassstonatelydiicussed,

of His Honor Judge WEBB. salt from these works, which were equal in I party, may address Wm.' Patton, Agent, so far as we are. concerned; and we Lope .
I Charleston, with money enclosed,or pioper 3. our friend who may IUor with commanications -
GAts.-On tho 15th iaii. we experiencedhere every respect to any of the imported article. I references. The price of passage is $40. .fca will'observU'the: same rule; otherwise

a severe gale with the wind from the iso. The Dolphin is an entlielynew boat, of tc. they will bra>jectetl., In the observance .
cviLs n. HfUryWE
northward, which continued. two days, the elegant model, with aiipcrior engine and Irt. of this to'rSe, weftfaall) act with 8tri timpartlalily.
fastened and
wiod gradually; veering to the southwest.We .- heavy copper boilers, copper, >r.
complained in our parer of last week, ndsolDol fitted for' fift? passengers '
have heard
as jet of no damage sustained c ppered-h rho,
by shipping_ with the exception of of the enormous prices paid by our mcr- and well provided in every respect It will bo tho aim of the:publishers to

one or two piioi-ooats injures at their moor- chants for the regular supplies required for The commanacr IS too well known to tho the render to their patrons all the, atwractioft '

ings. Wo remember seeing, sometime the consumption of the place, in consequence pullic to need any additional recommend they are capable oft bearing to:mind the j'"
,f since,the prognostications of an officer in lion. lie was tbe very first to introduce,.use old ago"they that would pJeasCevery body ;I
British of their trading in a great measure A tl ntic St Navigation, and are r
the army or navyvhoJudged (upon successfully ana will please nobody'sIn I
"I j what authority we know not,) that the visitof with Charleston; and advised the establish is not surpassed as a skilful steam navigator f- avowing, b werer.IJcsigfl to

'f i Halley's Comet, now expected, would ment of a regular line of packets to the and polished gentleman. : a course 'untrammelled theabatkleaof bursup f l
'f cause the year 1835 to be remarkable far city of New York. We will now notice If due encouragement be extended' to this ,no; by
f the frequency of gales of wind and other project, a trip to Cuba, inviting in its lus' vine partyve would not be understood oi
,1 atmospheric phenomena.; and whether it another evil from which we suffer, that all cious fruits and fine climate, will become 'ff' being indifierent to the importance.of\ A j

4 may be considered a"strange coincidence" should feel an interest in removing, and more easy and quite a. fashionable in the to ,rcct principles. They wish however ditinctly *-

:I or not, we cannot say, hot there has certainly which the establishment the direct communication winter; RS to Saratoga and, tho Virginia ps. to".Jaait, known(; that they will neither -

1 been an undue number pf severe storms, with New York will'most materially Springs in the summer." w lead the van nor follow tho train of : '
i tornadoes, gales ,&.c. throughout the country -
abate. s ,Designing Politic \intriguers,who arc!men "
1 for the last few months. MISSISSIPPI IsluaaEcTloN.rom! disclosures i
,
.Vo established rates'/freight have ever of principteinyp/QportJon: to,their, (merest.SeveraJcolumns .
m e.by ayillian named Jlfurrc/, at b-
SHIPWRECK.-The Schr Laura reported been followed by our merchants, on the ;ofj heGazptic.will. be
on her arrival, ((13th inst.) the-wrock of thellrig transportation; of their goods to or(romley present in the;\Tennessee.Penitentiary! ,,that. appropriated .ip Assays,oC A moral and miscellaneous I.
Sea-drift from New York bound to have recently become public,there is, .<:,!ory' a- character, under the Jbead'of 1'1
Mobile, with an assorted cargo, on Carys- West, and the consequence is,that freights, reason to believe,that the intended insure/ Reading forSiturdayEvening." It

ford Reef; and also that she bad been relieved generally, are,much higherthan any circumstances rcction in Mississippi, was but part of an //It The publishers are r lf.wale.ot,the I
by the wrecking vessels Pizarro, Olive \"illfarrant.. Double 'the usual ,
Branch and Single-Sailor. extensive conspiracy-the'''ramifications of Ie' I difficulty of.their. undone bigbupplaca |

: has been heard relative to the Nothing disaster more, in freight charged upon merchandise carried which extend (we use the prctcnt tense, for { gcal'.reJ; ance on the public liberality, end. I

I .:ODscquence, we presume, of'the gale of from New York to New Orleans has been-- we believe the danger to be 'apprehended believe ,tint a diligent attegtiop,to bus/nes ,

the 15th having prevented the arrival of the paid for landing it here,and vice versa When from it cannot yet be: copsidercd ) s- and:a zealous,effort.,tosetve the publicrtilsccura ? I|
over j -
wrecking vessels. no scarcity of vessels or other circumstan- throughout the slave.h ld1Dg.tates. Confederates y' to.themselves a liberal share..ofsE4t

1 stances warranted such an impositionandas ,. _
\ ronage.
PATH OF LT. O' lls.-Thc arc scattered in everytdirection,, t ? ".. >,r,,
tfat
boat on ,
if shortening the distance s the only requisite The City of Tallahassee) "being Jocaiea
board of which Lieut. O'Brien and tleRichmond'Bnquirerotates, that an
I was at the for increasing the rate, twice ,the, in tbe..c n ro. of Florida, ..gpd.iunoupded, >
1 time of tho accident incomplete list of their obtained from! !id'at '
narrated in our last names natural advantages
freight charged on goods from New York has .by .many. ,, possessing in
paper, has since then, been picked: up adrift, been paid: and is still sometimes' paid on Murrtl contains Four Hundred and'Fijly-tix; a givenspace,'around.its, centre,.alaretpopulation

with one sail set, and having on hoard some goods brought from Charleston.We distributed as follo\ .-Tonnes'see;61'; Mississippi a.e" than that,of,, any :;other portion

of the fruit of tlje prickly pear, which, in do not to rates 47 ; Arkansas. 29 ; Kentucky, 25 ; ::1t, of;the Territory'within:the Ume,limitofhpa !

connection with prints! of muddy feet on the be established pretend argue thatany Missouri, 27 ; Alahama, 28 ;, Georgia, 34;. g. ,but one weekly, newspaper* Jn ..additiontojhis "
can that will) be immutable
'
seats,is.evidence that Mr. 0'n rien had beenon .. always S.Carolina,35 ; 'N.Carolina,3: ; Virginia, Y, therearejnany,valuable eectioa ,,of

shore at some one of the Islands. His certain variations must occur 26 ; !Maryland,; FLORIDA, 16 ; ;Louisiana country,}.which; we doubt,not, wiU soonbQ(

i fate is yet involved in obscurity. \\ff consequent( upon difference of seasons anda 32'; !.Transients, who travel" from 9 brought into cultivation, should/ t the present" ':

greater or less demand for vessels,.but we place to place," 22. prices of ,he.greatJtapleqt: thecountr ybqmaintained '

frtf: THE brig Juno Capt. LATHKOP from do not believe that any causes exist generally F : ; which.roust 99nai4erabjyUg:
We wish it oat
in :
i
Newark: N. J. bound to Mobile, anchored for the exaction of such exorbitant the were' power to publish 8 merit! thepopulatlu i of th' :Territory \
names of tbe Sixteen who t'
disgrace ourTerritory
off( our harbor within the reef on Sunday freights as our merchants are subjected to. I From, the conslderatjonai' elated;shores' ','

the 13th, in. consequence of calm weather. The evil is far from being incurable. Let, by being numbered among those c rc have noTiesitatlon in believing j ; i.Iis. i ive ',j

She proceeded on her in the our merchants resolve, when no actual necessity residing within its borders. It is probable ; may: ,with ,confidencrpIX-or, cbgpleiq! t
voyage evenin -
that t ;
?. exists for a different course, to pat the 175th December next would have :j success:of ojifi; undertaking,alE,tie support r ,

Newark was made a of last cerise only those vessels (and we believe a been the time for a general massacre of the : of a generous,public., .: <. -11on ... ::. i iCaxarrtorr''lto' !

)'car.'indt.bVo understand port entry sufficient number may be found those I ,white! throughout a great'portion:,o -the I I, I 1'sl la qty i: t t
is the first among
bad aetaenlddyertianc, ,
twtttitbcrn' country, it not been forjtbe lU ,, ablil f
'cssel'cl.ated trading' to Western ?
thence fur a southern port.- our ports,) whose proprietors (
timely discovery. :surer royal aheeVatlpur.doJJar
jJ .
The industry and enterprise of the Newark do not show such a disregard- to the .. : ,.annum.yab18 .in"Vanc.OfCJneltren pcr., fA f.

people fire well known, and we have no true value of the services rendered by their CORRECTED: : .JfJ.n-1: : ,AND"';LorfbrrucE lor of the first dumber, top dollar!*., ;dAf1 J

doubt a direct trade with the southern vessels, as is now shown by many receiving or CHARLESTON; -111r_PAINE' the conductor .y. Alsk.I(,lm :alea'he:wcpita.ionAf aiatr
ports will be a fair proportion of tbo business! of the of too Aitrobogiical i
mutually advantageous to them Department;of # cmotttbaOTlivgpli: ;; (:P4i J..t'I, 'I'Il

and the southern merchants. VtKM place. I the American Almanac, has communicatedto j of. the year.; t. '. "r "ltt''C' ., ,

THE The most effectual mode, of redress how. I the Charleston Courier the result of his t l Nopubecriptlgp.wiilbt;received for a., : !

i i troublesome 1Iojourners of our summer ever, >\"ill be the establishment of the direct I observation for ascertaining the.Latitude J 4,,*term*'.than.one year. and jtfce paper will. nqt
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months *- ? J
whose mfofrrr
t aunoying; visitations so communication with New York and and rr-m T.lit*l_. :
: we I Longitude of that place, Savannah
1 I often remind us that we are made of pen- hope the time is not far distant when th i Beaufort, made at the time acid TUB following' ; are the" 'moat.'importantchanges :
of
the eclipje in the :<
1 etrablestuff'arerapidlydisappeariogand I I Constitution of North af# '
'I
project will be put in execution.. in November last. It is f
as follows '
I we may venture to predict, that before the Charleston : Una,made,by therecent'ConveotOal':;' ![ ttEqualising ,

i first of October scarcely one will remain FROM CHARLESTON.' -T he U. S. Mail (St. Michael's Church,) N. ,'representation 'idbqtb. Houtf L .

! to remind us of tho ills that flesh is heir to. Schr Laura, Captain WALKER, arrived, on Lat. 32 46 3i-rW. Long.70 57 ..27... es. ,Changing tbeSeesione of the Legisfa
' Our 13th inst. BeaufortArsenal. ,) N. Lat. 32'25 57- tare (rom'annu rto' biennial:' Takingtho: '
mosquito bringing the mail of
season, which entymological September election of Governor
W. Long. 80 41 23. from the Legisutur*
connoissurs 'will, understand as not being 1st.. We have received our regular files of and giving it to the people, and making it

distinguished from other seasons by the papers, but they contain no ,later. northern 8avaonabExchange( ,) N. Lat. 32 456W. i biennial instead of. annual. Altering, the :' ;

abundance, but simply by the difference in or Europetn news than had previously cometo Long.. 81 7 9. term ofJfflce of the Attorney .Qene rajf- i
from
the bittt of the insect, bas been protracted hand. Several items of Domestic intelligence Light-Howe. continuance during good !behaviour, '
'Syttem of England and the to four ,xchiding Bfrough.e *'
beyond all precedent and we feel on the which we bad not before met'with United 5/o/w.-The .April number of ,the ben.I to future. Aholithing toe right of flfet| I

subject, as we always do when visitors have we have transferred to our columns. Edinburgh Magazine contains, an article persuns of colour to vote. Requiring ,

oversUid their time. How happy would be I EXTENSION on the expenditures &c. of the British Govoroinent u.p- O'eheril4tsiembll.lo the election faJl', ( I
our residence OF STEAM-PACKET LIME' TO voce.. Amending tbe
meddlesome intruders could we brush away these { HAVANA] via KEY*WEST.--It is with,much for Light House from which it ltd article of tb,old Constitution .0 aa to
But experience appears, that in 1832 tbere admid Roman Catholic'
pleasure that we insert the 'wera in Great to a participatlpn
subjoined notice
proves, that no degree of in,the Office. of tbe
1 enjoyment is without from the Charlelton'OJurifr of Britain 134 Light houses, kept at an annual State GoYer men --
an experimental Providing for
its attendant ills ; thus;if our slumbers of 'amendment.of"the
expense f 74,922 which '
at
wo voyage to be made to Havana in the $4 44 'to Constitution Providing a made for the impeachment

cant occasionally biiz, those of interrupted by an insignif. course of the.ensuing month by the Steam-:! tho pound would give $mM ;>8. The 'of Judge and, other officer.;.- I ,

our brethren in every Packet Dolphin, preparatory to the establishment same year in the United State.,there. were Providing forth* removal ol.Judcn.for

section, riots of country :are disturbed by all sorts of a regular line between Charleston 168,Light houses, and the annual eipeose mental or physical. d "biUty.') Proyoding!
of
ions against
; and rabbles. unnecesiaryprivala legislation.Peters .
only $189,522,30.. 'rl".
.A .
Our and Cuba. The feasibleness of the ....
,
coming winter bids .
fair to be brisk -
:and stirring. Five vessels bound to south plan the is obvious, to any one acquainted with (()::7- WE are sorry to, find from the following NoMift kD.4S"ubol hero.r f quits .
nature of the navigation between this livof said:a traveller''
orn port'have passed through our harbor article, that the British Government to anegrplid, j
and Charleston, and we do not doubt who! sat gnnning and. bpln| '
within a week,thus a has openly approved of the gteelfsontrail. \ '
considerably shortening ', conduct of the 4cn .
.
most Turn
successful result to the \ updatat:
their : dot
undertakiog.A :.pas?
Authorities
voyage avoiding the Oermoda ,
in '
Gulf ,
Tortugas shoals Stream, full supply of wood can always bo obtained releasing' the pood -den turn up do rjgfavderi; da,lef\.:
and- southerly winds and slaves that were taken to those Island den strike off',de \!'
; along the coast and by a old ftrmakjaM. Sheds 1.
we have there are innumerable irm ,
no doubt 1u"
,that vessel distress .
'
when last winter.
the last change It is time House,and
and keep cnwbcrqyou
b.ys inlets going : pie
in our pilotage law becomes offering the most secure that the .
GeneralGoveymbentcome Fhiilb in
more to fiefd--nd
'
generally anchorage the someundecstandiog ; you cpi 't help.mup'P -
known majority of .the southern traders, of wind, accidents oo, tus.occurrence of gales 'with H..B. Majesty in relation afn'' oa't'I., '
;
drawing less tban't..to feet water, will We to these seizures. tllc i.thought .

avail themselves of the N. W. Paw.* congratulate our fellow citizens particularly er to autherue. their continuance, let prop the IUIrutz Inttlifiure$ ; ;.
: ,on the facilities that the extension ... GP9'T
Tbe&iNJForJb.undertLeirjudicious owner be reimbursed
and ,out of the '
of the >Britiih KEY WEST'"
Steam-Packet .
active superiatendantare line will afford them,, Exchequer, f
rapidly fulfilling in \jjJ( -. .. *'
the predictions the sagacious, and con- communicating with-the northern cites, FROM BsKy0A.-By the British ARRIVED., .- ,
and i Lr.
<:
we hope that
firming the dqubts of the waver to the necessary arrange. Brilliant', we hare received Bermuda SEPTEMBER J-Sehr'Bl'bmltbLon
u
their profit and utility.f menu will be entered Into,to secure totbe per to the 21St. iusf and a letter of the pa' ,Tortuga.tu &It.r.l t > ., ,,
Tb Packet the carriage of same date: 13: -Ofig Juno, JAtbropwNewrr..fi.J! )
succeeding month our mail, jo order; 1
will bring with it that we We hav .great pleainre bound to Mobile. !
in addition to oar old friends who are loxumting month which may receive It oftener than once a Gazette,, iir.lattBgon what'we the Royal U. 8. Mail vcbd Laura J", Nst llerCharl.* :
is far reran u
too
themselves the .eldom'if we com unquestionable too ; iundrie. to Giraldoi'A'-'C;
delicacies of the the authority,that hi. Majetty' T ft'and s
north,a few glad and lively faces pare' Importance of Key wit with ,Government, have expressed their entire other*. "f ,4' Iff :
,
partial- that of many place concurrence fo 14-SIoop; Maria MIDtGab.V paint i
'
larly e tbeprocegdirags
acceptable tip benefit which Cook ,
in a enjorbe of '
wreekot
community, where pUce Lore Brig
"nature', best a daily mail ,,some month ago, relative to a J.fuyot'BoatoD ;brickie.
gift to camber 'toPCGreene. -
man" is lamentably The of slaves on board Um American f *

*carc And thong we bare to lament the desenine enterprise ot aU pn.b.or Csptsira PzdxOtta. it brig!:ot rDrie, whkb'vewel'put into this SAILED. ._s.
f probable lot of port Inr dk treM, wbf $ P'fE'. !FR ;
some ef It I on a from Alexaadr lt.-81ooP
our ati eua; apon proposed, iiitllder tM' ausyices of voyage tlavea. d4as4.ji'n"h'; l
wW a itt toCMrU.top. ..
8. C
departure_ we meditate with feeling. respectable West 1o 1* BerchaGt or uu ,>' M,uin wlQf cvsujroTiof-/vr.pmJjiuj Cm. 14--Bra ,1' '1
/lI
nUM these dtyft in conjunction I "r ? : T Jai.Lttb pN Ie- _
to_ which the ',paradisical. 'steam packet wiUfffce agent of tie J l in a, ferj brief manner t ti hr'Jb6Q -De%isoo;Cold i 1IK .a
plying betweto this port sad, A .ilEJ the PubJlQ fin uaJ,..a'ft fee Ian -U. 0. A".it' aehr. Lunr Wa'f t ,

n. tlicGticitewin' CharUton. '
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JI r r'c -: theADLI' : FOR 1835, ta, editors of Newspapers throughout tags, habits, and general tone of think
-.-- the United State" who will publish the of an enthusiastic and high-minded
.
.LJ' f .. 3UiiscttLAnL. -- gur( CUSTOM HOUSE K 1 'rlST. torcgomg'Prospcctus/ and notice the con -if under the enlivening inspiration peopii of the

GOOD NIGHT-5 NLMara.Dal bu ___ tents of the Magazine from time to time, Genius Loci, and with the approving smiles!

t. pili} t shall be entitled to the first volume. of the generous, and the Fair, and the
ex Dailylraoge, cun-
,
Stan,have set their,watch at lad, in '''' :Itaia./ Shows BiiD Any person remitting Hie Agent, by mail, currence, and effective aid of the learned

Founts that iound'uAbeard :roods flow : nei' .: '+" ''j,on sera on'j':'titian pos t.paid, Ten, Dollars, .shall 1 receive six and talented men among us,if it shall con
,Wet till now,
Make "copies fofone continued tribute in small
I. Sear--and as longas any degree, to
I"lo"el'lll1f8 shut with Good fading nightGo ? lf(- ht> sa -" j 4af day!.. I thy.gt the money is regularly forwarded.A the South that elevated literary position secure for or
-
so 2,00 6,049 1 6 2,400 liberal price will be paid fur appropriate which it is entitled, and which it is capable

to rest! ,00 \ 2,00 9J81' 0 2 "0,000 and well written articles, or drawings, of maintaining, its design will then be fully

Bleep, tit doTe-like on tit, breast dJ tI50 1,00 9,093, 0 I 1 / 0(150( ( illustrative of national subjects, possessing accomplished.

U."it. iD that secret c..11 \:50': I 6,00. 8,991 1 2 'IUO interest. Subscriptions received at this The work will be conducted by the subscriber
One dark form of dwell, ", 5,75 9,400' 2 6 :t.UJO' assisted
memory G by several
literary
Bettmantfcd froai't"bfllrbtGood' litt50 4,50 8,596' 1 12 3,150 .. gentlemen
who have
night.t O'! ':,00 8,911 :1 I J2 ..t55fiO LADY'S BOOK. pledged themselves to con

45 8,0'24 2 13 5,930 A monthly Magazine, containing Tales, tribute constantly) and liberally to its co :
t thine 1. I lumns, who are interested in- its I
Joy be t -- original and selected, Moral and Scien- success

Hind looks o'er thy slumbers' chino tific Essays, Poetry, from the best authors and who think the present a favorable June

r Go,.aqd in thy spirit land tibia self Registering horizontal tbermornc the Quarterly representation ofLadies' : tore for the commencement of such an er

,, Meet th1home'.long parted hand, Fashions terprize. It.will be printed in an ,
He tfieir eyes all love aDd.ligbt- s"ioa of air Curing the night as well as the, adopted in Philadelphia form, on fine paper, in monthly numbers octau:
Good nigbt. -colored. Music of the newest of
dow styles,. &c. &.c. 56 pages each, and will be put to press, r.;

Peace to all t' ,. --- Published_ !regularly on the first day ofctcnimonth soon_ 1.as_ _a t..J sufficient._ _u.t-number!__ -of. subscribers. ..
t Dreamt of heaven on mourners fall)) ( -- -- I by Louis A UODEY, at-]\'o. 3, \:0111 uc uuiumvu: iw autuwiirvi no pUblication: !
Exile t o'er thy couch may gleams expired ;rand by all other lawful ways, Athenian Buildings, Franklin Place, The "J ourD31" will be furnished to sub

1 Pas from thine own mountains streams ; i means and<< methods, whereby this monition Philadelphia. scribers at five dollars per annum, payableat

Earl I away to world"' more bright / may be made most public and notorious, Embellished with a beautiful and the expiration of six. months from tho}

Good -night,! of f to be and appear at the time.and place aforesaid of extensive : date of the first number
variety engraving, from original
-- ,.before the Judge aforesaid and also DANIEL K.
I and selected WH1TAKER.
Ta: TIMS TO sTpor.Tho ailfnce of e designs, both colored and
f to attend upon every session and sessions I Charleston, 24th March 1835.
,
night is the friend of Cicero plain, with two engraved title and
contemplation. pages I
to be held there, and from thence At of The
until two distinct indexes a meeting Literary and Phi
was fond of night studies. :.Many ? definite (intended to perfect
a sentence shall be read and
losophical of South
other great men have found this indisp nslble' pro- separate volumes in the year,) also, a choice Society Carolina, cur
j mulgcd in the said business inclusively if vened on the 27th March 1835
; the
to success i iri the paths of'litera'tureand.science. *, collection of Music original and selected, follow
them or any of them!shall think it their dun lag Resolution offered
Franklin often stole from .his arranged for tho piano or guitar, with near was by Benjamin
ty to do so,to hear, abide by and perform Elliott, Esq. seconded
by Mye'rlU.Colicx.
; bed Iii 'wakeful tnymentd to record the a all and ly 600 pages large octavo letter press, and I :
singular such judicial acts as are Esq.] and unanimously adopted-
suggestions of his mind. While th&multitude ? only THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
necessary and bylaw requiredto be done Ite;olvcd, That The
Each nnmbe rof this Literary Sf Phi
sleep, and the sound of their 5 periodical contains
occupa- and
in
tipnt has ceased, and the streets are solitaInd' to do expedited and receive the premises, and further 48 pages of extra royal octavo letter press, losophical Society understand, with high,

ry; there1 is no noise, but that of the j shall what unto hw and justice printed with clear, new, and beautiful type, gratification, that Mr. Whitaker is abou: .
appertain, under the pain of the law after commencing, a monthly Journal, to be le
(arranged the
cricket within, or the murmuring t>f the e and manner of the London
contempt thereof, the absence or con- La Belle voted to the advancement of Southcrr.
winds, the pattering of the rain, or the Assemblee, ) on paper of the '
Bowling of the dogs without i ; when the |J tumacy wise bf them and every of them in any finest texture and whitest; color. It is!' embellished Literature, and, with pleasure: declare their
notwithstanding t And whatsoever with opinion of his full qualification: (or ruch
nr.
soul is self-collected, and calmly examinesthe C! splendid Engravings on Copper
shall do in the
subjects that present themselves 'for re- you premises you shall duly and Steel, executed by artists of the undertaking, and comply with his requestto

1 flection; then ia the time for the man to fl.y certify time and unto the Judge aforesaid, at the highest skill and distinction,and embracing bo permitted to publish the proceedings
place aforesaid with of the
study, to trim his lamp,and commune with r these together every variety of subjects.-Among- these society, and such communications

"tbe' sages who have gone before him, or presents. arc illustration of Popular Legends, Ro- to the society, ass the curators may approve
the
Witness, Honorable James Webb
those of bis own times,who have 'given to v of said, mantic Incidents Attractive Scenery, and (Signed) JOSEPH JOHNSON,
Judge
the 'world the fruits 'of-their invention or our Superior Court, for the 'portraits of Illustrious Females. TJic number Pfesidenf, pro tar.
r said District, this seventh day of Septem- JACOD Di LA MOTTA Secrcl
experience 'then is the time commencing each contains rJ'
; to converse S her A.'D. quarter a
1835, and of the Independence -Subscriptions to the above work wii:,
with die patriarchs and apostles whose P" of,the United picture of the existing Philadelphia Fashions -
'ivbrks are metaphorically and happily styled CI ALDEN States, the sixtieth year. designed, engraved and colored expressly be received"I, at this Office. April 21.
A. M. JACKSON
Clerk.
"the fountains: of living waters ;" with Therefore know fur this work, by competent persons
ye to all whom it
,
those sages wh6 have elicited the great may specially engaged for that purpose. Tho PROSPECTUS
that in
truths of science or of art; with 'those sacred concern mcnition, from pursuance of the above Embellishments of this charter which have Of the Third Volume of tMPARLOR
under the
seal of the Dis-
'and profane authors, whoso works,: '' trict Court, of the United States of America appeared in former numbers, arc confessed. MAJfJAZNE.:
taken'together, enlarge the understanding, for the ly superior to any which have been furnished WEEKLY paper devoted to Liir:
.Southern District A
of Florid
idd'fbhuy thesoul to perform tho duties : directed and; >;1 tot in any other similar American publica- ralurcand the Fine Arts; the Drama
mo delivered I do
and.Bustain the vicissitudes: of life; The ; .public notice to all hereby give tion, and from the :arrangements which have the Fashions; Tales; Essays; Biographical: !
in
'CToejjibd CMii.oi tnere gentleman,who interested therein that persons auy manner been made, there is every reason to believe Sketches; the History of Women; Harnv
ti "tm .' bis"'portion' or-b: 'time' they be and appear they will be less Satire Review of 1C1W
in the befpre the Superior Court be holden improved in the coming vol. ; rks, &*
way'We'te epetkingof, instead of snorin ,f andJfe said District to hi I umes. In addition to the several Embcl- &c.; and embellished \vitlF. superior Li.
the
": 'on''& 3f'paltoYl; 'will soon find 'thatl'it gives in Key West' ,at Courthouse lishments just referred to, every number gravings ; Fine Wood Cuts;. Plate of lilt
' on Monday the 28th
him decided in 'conversation. I day of contains Fashions .
1 a advantage I j September at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of several Engravings on wood representing and Music. Price three dollar:!!
"'dv those'wfioprefer'uabecessary sleep.io I foreign and native per annum, payable in advance.
curi
that day, then and there scents,
the 'cultivation' letters'( ;., besides i the ins claims for the to interpose their' ous and Iutc:resting subjects, natural history, The PAKLOU MAGAZINE is now in tl.e

ute satisfaction, that is the happy and 'un-l! same.and to make their alle- M.n tftrv\f\tr\rmti_ Cnn.Jlnlnn" .fft.u..n.. .-_ 1__: mr.rilian. nt.. ili1. nnnnbrih.'. :lnr1.... .,....... ....."ni.....,.;.,....
gations in :'thereof. ------0.17 ----'I'8J' "UIUtIUIII: 111"1- ---- ------ - '--" ---"'+ i :.
support >
fail og conseqUenceiof'time'weU { dents Ornamental hopes without shadow and cloudlet
Productions
spent a
THn.q r! A Embroidery ,
_.....T'I1T. .a..tt. .
remarks ----
These intended 'chiefly for the and other needle pro p fccts without
By JOS. A. THOURON, D'pty., work, Riding, Danc- a horizon, continue tc

\) eyed\ in discharging she c4rn.( vhich fm .1 Key West, September, 7th 1835. .. ing, &c. besides one or more pieces of cheer it on its wayve may reasonably ar
itqjdamaged state was thrown .overboard). \ popular Music, arranged for the Piano or ticipatc for it a long day of triumph. Fa:

and installing.!wThaVp Monday the 31steilf.Augustt ELLEN MALLORY 1 Guitar.yfj general appearance, mechanical arrange

; :the'schooner" Mary Elizabeth VI. In Attachment. Every: six numbers of the work form an meat, and typographical execution, it mAl

II .returned'frpm'Key'Vyest'; witli, uckets'on- JOHN R. WESTERN.) elegant volume suitable for binding and justly assert its claims to rank among the

Iy/riot haying'procured ;a'puro'p, and noitvrithstanding AL.L those interested will take notice with these are furnished gratuitous a superbly mast beautiful periodicals) in the United

,( the haut) and stench from the. the said suit has been commen- engraved title page and a general I tatcs.-The Literary department i3 cuntributcd

'damaged cornwas so great at this time. ced by attachment in tho Superior Court index of contents. : The terms of the i to by many of the ablest writer

that it caused the men at work in'the hold for Monroe County, and are notified to Lady's Book arc three dollars in adrance. in the country-rncn whose names, if they

i 'to be sick, 'laD(influenced their' eyes to' plead to the declaration filed herein. Persons,remitting Ten Dollars shall be en- gave us permission to use them, would!

I .RUf 1I a degree _as nearly. producei blind- [30-3rn]. A. GQRDON Att'y for PPff. titled to four copies of the work. Persons save us the trouble of circulating our claim

...ness yet tyey/persevered in their! 'severe, la- GREAT remitting Fifteen Dollars shall be' entitled on the public through the medium of a

l c "bors.of jbailin ,and\discharging* tie"corn,, NATIONAL WORK. to,six copies of the work, and additional prospectus.For .

:till'on, tho thud of"September' they;bad AMmUCANMAGAZmD, copies of the best engravings. Persons selection, the literary gardens of 31.

:completed,and got the wreck Tree. That 'Of useful and Entertaining Knowledge,to procuring Ten Knw Subscribers, and forwarding America and half Europo are open to us

'ihe Libellant then took the 'wreck in tow be'iluutrated by numeroes Engravings.BY the cash for the same, besides a so that if we fail in this particular..the do!

1 With. tho lichr Fair American: and proceefded -, TITO. BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY. discount of fifteen per cent., shall be presented feet must be only attributed to & want of

/, K fry fl;where.he arrived on the Thc success which has attended with i copy of the third volume of taste.-The "Fashions" shall meet wilt
the
aid 3d dayor. pub- the work superbly bound. duo attention. Wc'barn mado
September instn'at: four Q :Jicatipn of the, best Magazines from the I arrange
: clocks :M ments to obtain tile
Thatdiiring; the whole lime English Press has led earliest intplliwnfC-- -
to preparations for "'
j tho ,Aid LibelWifvis employed In bailing issuing .a periodical PROSPECTUS from London and Paris, in respect to tH

said wreck and, discharging the corn ted to the wants and more taste particularly of the American adap- Of a Monthly Magazine, to be entitled various changes, which shall be inserted ar

I her cargo; llw-weather was squally and a public. While it will be the object of the Tug SOUTHERN LZTEIIAHY Jot itv ti,, soon as received. The Parlor MagaziiiC

taivy sea setting'on' the reef and that but proprietorsrto'make the work To bepublithedin Charleston, S. C. shall be occasionally embellished wi'b'
what
;I''' for his timely exertions in taking and keep- its. title indicates, it will, nevertheless strictly WIlLE numerous literary periodi-! beautiful engravings upon interesting subjects >

ing the said wrecked schr. in tow and car tain all articles of interest to its con issued from the American ; and plates of the newest fashion,

{ her'into the'said Nefound harborsho which in foreign patrons, Press, which are liberally patronized, it has plain or colored, as circumstances.

1 would in ail\ probability have been dashedto II Extensive appear preparations Magazines.have been been a subject of general regret, that since permit, besides wood cuts in a great variety,
f, pieces on the entered I the discontinuance of that able work the and a piece of selected
rocks add totally lost.- into, both with artists and Authors original' or well
That he the said, Libellant has been the furnish from all to Southern Review, there has been no Maga- Music, at )least twice a month.
of the Union
parts draw-
zine established
ineans of saving the said wrecked schr. Pee jogs and illustrations of I in South Carolina, afford -Highly finished portraits of all tie

'\, Dee and the effects 'foUnd with beiyfrom interest which the publishers every subject of ing a suitable medium through which the great British and American poets, from

total destruction, wherefore he the confidently opinions of our best writers might be Chaucer downwards
prays believe I will 1 enable them to issue work are in preparation
: a
brought to bear
1 Jd of this Court inthe-prcmfeea. that theaccustomary honorable to its title and acceptable to tho the public directly and usefully upon and will appear in the Magazine from lift

process be had,and that a lib- American People. mind. It is with a view to meet to time, with.a general.critique on the au

eral and proper: :salvage be allowed to hin]., The American\ Magazine is published Journal this demand is:: ,. that the publication of this thor's works, ,annexed._ eacl ; the head

And whereas the, .:Judge of ,our said monhy|! -each-number containing between and proposed d that the general aqd review of Shakspoare will be forth
Court for the said District (hath substantial of the
ordered and abd support citizens of coining in wilLfoUo"
February
forty .fifty imperial octavo at Two the -Bryant'j
South
pages, is
, directed on Monday the 98th day ,, _, respectfully_ solicited. IVt this tHtvfirwml
September Dollars pet annum in n ****_* wnnld'____ *)! rwv_!ffllllf,
,payable advance. -- -- n n n----
inst. fps all persons concerned.be It comprises-Portraitii and I 1 IIO proposed Magazine will: consist of call the readei's'attcntion, as the--r undertaking
cited and intimated to at the Court Biographical I original communications'on. Literary and- is
appear Sketches of distinguished Americans one of the greatest expense and I li-
House it Key West, in said District, tot Views of Public iI Monuments Scientific subjects, of notces of recent- bor. The likeness shall all betaken by
show cause publications,particularly in the department the ,
lrl tarry they harem,wbyjudgment and improvetoents j. Landscape best masters '
of light' and
should not pass a& pray dYou.dierp- the bo. scenery- fugitive Literature, of popular
andleestrariety and beauty of which,. tales The Magazine is printed' or aaperroypaper
Tore hereby authorised suggested by historical and local
andifltrictlyenjoined in-
empowered this associations -
will ,
country, form unceasing of in quarto form, and stitched in a
Poetry and Political!
peremptorily to ci to and source of instruction and Jntelli- handsome -
.tdmonwli all gratification r EngratingS : .Eeace, It columns are intended cover.&JIce
persons whatsoever to afford
,having orpretending and
descriptions pf the character; Wcfor' the 67 Liberty-street, New-York.
to have any right, title claim pr ,1i *'J't .c. or.Bitd'"BtaSts, Ficbest 'and axe cuSl6d] fef'all free, but temperate, dis- **...*. Editors of Ncwspaperswhowtsi.to .
Inter st to the said questions which
n or wreck d schr Poe Insects "with l from their
"' her together 4 venr subject> conoectedyitbtfae -' importance, interest exchange with.ut, will oblige by copjm
Dee tackle or
attraction
arede
cargo apparel or furniture << -
aforeasydr by publishing this GTOgranhy HUtory, Natural serving of the attention of educated ftis prospectus and forwardm? their piper....
_monitionAhflfKey "* an
f West EnqUlJ'eratlf fifteen daj ... inulutudVBad been fully T .1 .community. If it shall become, what its BL. Dt UJILS; I

before the said 28th day of September inf J'tJ 1m.be was furnished with moaey name imports, a Journal of strict Sol lem' OF LADING JtEATLYANP PRLvTED

and once a week until said time shall h )carry bun_beyond the limits of the 8tata,.. Literatare-if it shall serve to place upon FOR SALE AT

ith'the ifljcucticu that ia fife boura (rem record a trio account of tho opinionfeel. THIS OFFICEJ .




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