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: October 17, 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: UF00049046:00046

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_. --" ': I----: --,.---- endeavor. steadily to keep'in
---- :- They will
( trnt.u of tliCo aptr. : view tho landmark ofr the Constitution of

ritE j.iyQuifl at Jt FIVE MPuttiahed DOLLARS.per every Sat-- .. tho steer United theircotitsesaght States,,%by, hJcb"tIAel. "At moderationand hope to

antsy morning, firmness'will i !'bdour to, E;will be
annum. !
ADVERTISEMENTS: : inserted atthcrate'.! oj; slow to brand-witty heresy'ihpdo politicians

One Dollar and Fifty Cents per.square t(of ENQ1Z4RiI. who "inay honestly, differ. 'In, opinion fromus.

fifteen lines,) for ,tho, first insertion, and .., It w. .our design ( ) WP9J1 tjlpassing"
:Sevens-Five Cents for each subsequent political l \' news of thgday; thopo.!
continuance. All !4'9rhsptncots [J'
0- litica views Jhatvo may.nave occasion, taxadvocate,8halbedispassionatelydiscussed
; ordered.*, None &t{,1Vldltet4:addictut jwrare in teroa mapVri.
Edited and published by J. a'exrliiox.- |
will bo consider 'd'ress} than a square. r ...... '
rtF No subscription wilt be discontiniicd! ....1.... i ,',...-', so far as,;ve are'* onecrned; and 'we' hope M
(unless at tho,option of,the. ,Editor; ,) until all .VOL I. _lEY'WEST.s> T OCTOBER 17, J83 ,." ..,;.. O.4..f\, our friends.Who,may favor us with communications

arrears are paid. will observe the same rule,otherwise ,
All letters to the Editor. on business, Printing Presses' of riery 'Description. ,"'Tales, Essays, Poems, Anecdote, !,&c..:,&c.TjiQJirigjnal they willha r/j
must be.Post Paid. *. .' .. Printing Ink of the, mos approved qualities, contributions 'tp this:Departmentaroegularly of.tlli;cdursVwo shall ta with strict
i:. WHITE--' --&;--WILLIAM---" AGAR, Composing Sticks: Brass1 Galley I,Imposing and promptly.,Paid for ; impartiality .J' "' :

R uESPF.CTFULLY Inform the Printersof Stones, Cases, Paper and < Press Boards; and rn-' d'dition' to the many'waters who It,w l1 be' the ainl'ot'tlid'tjbfishers to \ -'-.

the United States, to whom they have Standing Presses, }'urniture,'togcl1aer witha have,'favored us'with: ',afticlcsdur ,the render to their:patrons all the satisfaction

long been,individually known as established, in complete a Printing assortment Office will of be all kept articles constantlyon used past ycaf, .and whose essays will: )continue they aro capable of bearing .rp:mind thot

Letter'oirdcrg, that they have now form hand. to: enrich ourcolumnsWOhave the promise'of old age oCC they'that would! 'please eyery body

ed a co-partnership in.said 'business, and Small fonts! puitable for Bookbinders, assistnpco from olher*whose names, are will please nobody." .

hope be from able thciruhitcd to full satisfaction skill! and experience to all,who, in great variety, may he had when called already well known to yheiccoufi'trymen.IYo In avowing, however, a design to pursuen

to favor them give with orders. for. do not parade the ,names,as Ist, .Q.fash- course untrammelled by tho shackles of
may Olden from all of the Union will be of some confidently appeal Jo
TLo introduction of machinery in place parts ion ; butwe nny partyVa would not bo understood as
of the tedious and unhealthy practice of promptly and moat carefully attended, the experience of,the pas\yej-lsafordingan being indifl rcpt to tho importance of correct .

casting type by hand longs desideratum by and fonts particularly furnished by in their supplying predecessors SO TS for, Bin"all earnest or .ouf.z'p alrnis,puring and we principles; They wish however distinctly -

the European and American Founders,was, & Ronaldson, and Richard: ;Ronaldson.. trust not altogelterunsuccnssful J exertions to have it known,that.they will nether
hy American Ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure ny Stereotyping in all its brctnehesexecuttd to render the5: literary Ull ctcr of tho'NewYorjke lead the van nor follow the trainof
of time. first ndmonoyon'thepartofou successfully r by L. Johnson, as heretofore. .* .1: lnfcrior. Jo that of journal of its Designing{ Political Intriguers, who arc'menof '
senior accomplish
partner JOn: SON' &,..Sl\IlTJt., class this .
country.- their
ed. Extensive use of the machine cast letter in '' principle proportion to interest.
has fully tested and establi'rhed'its superiority No. G, Gcorge St.'Philadolplda,.833. ittoliticaZIntdlligcnce.-fn} tmX.department Several columns of theGazotte will be
O::jr l'uhlishersofllew spaperswhoinsert alone doesthoNow-Yorkcr present of moral l and.misccllaneous
in every particular, over that cast appropriated tQ Essays a -
tho old *," *'' this advertisement and, fonvardSfpapercontaining ,an anomaly in the history ofjlhoriewspapcrkpress [ ,character head
by process. it to.!., & ,S.. will emitted to u'ndgr'the ,pf
The Letter Foundry biisincsTtvJll hereafter $3, payable in'.seillemenfof their accounts. .of tho.Union. ,0ut;.I plan: ent- "Reading for Saturday Evening," .
be carried on by the pal ties beforc when their bills! ?zioutittonb"t1ethin$10t braces tho ,collection otkcl\ cty, important The publishers are fuljy aware ot t tc
named under the firm of White,Ha jar&co.; ...
:< llieir specimen exhibits a complete: series ) c. i and !Bearing in'the ,language reliance .
from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book CHEAP, VAtUABlfciANn INTEKETbajlVOKKThe -: on the public liberality [land
and Vows typo being in the 'most modern Family Physician and Gacltcof'Jtiwantrfc of historical 'record, .,and lyith.thc 'strictest believe that a diligcntattettlton'oblialncas,

light and s'ylc. **'' regard ..to. tho preservation an unquestioned and a zealous effort to serve'the'public,will
: i
? ,
White, Ilagar, & Co. are agents/for tic Being a Libraryofjleatth! >Jf and/Ily'gcmo, neutrality between ,the contending secure to themselves"a'liberal shareojf tronage

safe of the Smith and Rust PrintingTress- and, of PqpularWaridff Genem*Medical, parties,; opinions,'and: scctionalYdtvisionseztsttngrn.llio ; .
>'s, which they c'ulrllrnish to'their customers Knowledgefrretoaoredj familiar: .to'every? ouutry.t' Tho"E litor refers The' City of Tallahassee beinglocatydin

at the manufacturer's prices. '4f Chases, individual i c'j'b'jnbracingcyerfTubjcidt witli .proudsati'factton.to: the tact,'that the,centre'of'Florida'; and ,surrounded
Cages, Composition' Sticks, Ink and every nected rvith'tbojpreveQtlon,, treatment'', throughout o past,yearhe.jla5presenied,
articlo used in the printing Business by'many natural advantages, posscl5sing'ina
forsalearid furnished the shortest;" and C'trcof; 'diseases.the qualities; ;of n minute,and circumstantial acconnt,of all ,'given :space aroond its centre larger
on notice a
medicines-: their good anttill, effectsbn tHefcIectfonjf which'liav b'1. ken place in tho .
Old type taken in exchange for new secret population::than that 6f,any; other portion
JleLltb-the ingredients ,of 'opaterit ,-* + '
.it: 0 cents per pound. medicines==t1le'ruc principles eating several StatesVdur5ng"an eminently ardent of the Territory within the same limits,has

N. B. Newspaper Proprietors wh ''gh'c nod: drinking; ; or eating ;land'drinking .and exci'tedcanvasswithoutotncumngthe' : but one 'weekly 'nn( spaper. ,In additionto
the above three insertions, will be"entitled
censUre th8k'
or oven dxceptipn'ofanypolitical
to tolivcdomestioicookery try-' this.there are many valu ble'sectiollS of
to Five Dollars in such articles '
they may and of ciicfous, valuable J journal. And;while he reserves Which '
select from our specimen. ,, a great variety ; country, we doubt.hot, Will soon b'e
New Y orle, 1835. ,':'r- and interesting knowledge! ,of the'highest : to himself: the right! of commenting ,briefly brought anto'culuvatloJ1'shouJd,the present

importance: to,:all)"'anu' hitherto"biddenfrom {. '"" but freely:ohlhe'topics of the Clay, and ofoffering prices,of the great staple! d f the countrybe)
NEW'YORK TYlE'I'OUN- the mass mankind. *
BRUGES such4ubgestions:as tboaspects; of 'maintained; 'which must Considerably
-Tho subscribers respectfully Contributed to by a number tof practising the times may seernjonfequuefhe; :yet holdslaims'elfpledgeJ"th the i
ment population of the
inform the printers,that they have recently Physicians.Tho isu remarks shall j Territory. f. <\
completcdavarictyof ,fonts of letterin : not From1 the considerations' stated
new object of this work is to present eve boVSVe ,
tho style of thcjlatcst !Interfere, i in any, Ittiatorial'dereci t \VitQ .the have no hesitation
European speci ry subject connected:-with- diseases and ,its : \ believjng+ ;)th'atf wp
rncns, welt calculated for ornamental printing treutment,'which, by its'simplicity and perspicuity vicwsj; theylp"chines or tho prospects of,any may with confidencoy'rely, 'fpr completesuccess '
or sasteful display) ;and making an assortment -? of,its details?shall enable all who political 1 party:: ,He cherishes the confident of bur uddertkingorithq'safp! ;

of Printing Types unrivalled in wish, to be thoroughly'informed in this most expectation,that: tho files of'also, New-Yor, 6f.agenerous'pablia: \ \ Cl h
beauty extent dad variett Y. A book of specimens interesting and_important ofsclcnces.. ker will !aoroferred to for the truth CONDmoM .-Th "'' 'anahaaflde'Cazette: '
may Jis obtamell al,.1he Foundry, The "advantages such a publication toall I }y /any ..controverted 'statement regarding and
No. 13, Chambers} street, near'Chatham: st. ranks', of need riot be Advertiser1 will be'published
society Insisted ,'Uic
open &c.
rcsulls.of flections &c.since itsestablishmentwitb
It contains pccimens"frorn Line : : : on t
Twelve > VoyaPsbeet four
asufer at 'r
since ,
they rnHs tenggeet! thefnselves: : to defcrenco : ,, dollars1p
Pica to Pearl mutual
-comprising every; reflccJng..l1pnd! ; Under jlic influence annum'payablo, in advance or on:delivery:
4I forms of Roman Caps. 'with 1. case. of tee difTosibn'of sound jrnedical knowledge with entire of,absolutecertainty. of the first a rrlber. Four dollars and ,
; fit
15 do Italic do p 5 do title Rorhau do do and i
disarmed 'of, the a gerolls ;.weapons with Foreign DomesticNews,Literary Items; months
r. do title Italic' do dsh'd which it wars so' successively l against the life ,Statistics, Brief Notices{ of,tho Drama,&.c. of the / : if/paid. ; at. the, close\.. ,,

5 do Roman do do of man; the.abusive employment of medicines However it may be the fortune of,others year. '
17 do Antique; do do baneful health, No subscription will be received for less
so to will give'place to fo.9btai the confidence and of a
1'2 clo mack" do do the rational ,administration of remedial the ,patronage term, than Tone yearddiapit'w/ : i( not
publip, oq'tbee credit{ of prospective improvements
5 do Open Black do do -
and the scientific 'and be'discontinuedVithouiorders
agents experienced until
2 d%. Script :. do do physician will be'aided in his eforts'to{ :alleviate 'p.DdJu.tu e excellence,'the' publishers are'paid.* l .' a11'a''I rrearages -

fi do Gerrn'n'1'extdo do the of are 'content to rest their claims to
sufferings humanity. Noth'ing The first'number ''
25 do Two 1'ne Yom'n caps with figs that can"add to the utility 'of,the, work public! consideration: distinctly,-on what tho will ,)'issued: during
11 do Two lines Italic capitals. shall be neglected The principles of deft they have already accoroplishedandrespectfully ensuing"titirnmer n('early,in the fall.-:'..-

.10 do SUM Caps of various kinds. and regimen shall be explained,and their invite tho patrons American literature i Communications addressed to'the.publislers ?.
G do Open do do i must bo'post : *"<
application enforced.,. The ingredients of :
7 do Italic capitals and figures. to examine, {J their journal and judge 4 -
secret remedies shall be 'JOIIMLDW1inAkVW'f:
given and the whole
Besides what: \\will bcJrpmwIJ31 it t\ "
ornamental .
letters, backslope, '
subject materia medica shall bCdisc 6sed "
musicloUeryfigures, piece fractions, superiors VVien| i it is considcred'that rio periodical IJEFFER'.
and : '
explained in a lucid and simple style., Tallahassee-'X"ril. 'f1 -
,astronomical and of like .. ..36"
othersignsipac: e OTA: ,premium of $100 will be awarded 'characterfororiginalityaad.varietyof \ '.' 't':'k
rules,brass rules, ornamental dashes; long to the, writer the best essay (not exceeding :, '.literary contents, tcompnchensivcne4s s of DRUCE'S NcwYoaa TYI
: ti.
1 UND8
moto than two hundred kinds of tho : ? ,
20 pages octavo) on the advantages to plan,and ,.amount of matter weekly presented
borders and ornaments,and more for hart school 1000 bonks kinds, of cuts the community of the 'general Diffusion of has ever-bcerr attempted in this JYit r('Chan&ert its; neariChatluui.{( ,,:

pen and scientific works; ordersforany! newspa: of medical knowled&'. Thecssays'are to be country at a less price''than 1 rec to five Tm: : price pf,five line Pica plaid and an
directedrpost paid,-to'tbo"editor in all
1 which,or composing; .sticks, cases chases, June next. of dollars per annum: the publishers trust they tique Is ieducedrto, 2$ cents".at Ib. and Six
fie will be expected with ihe utmost promp The award of the premium will depend I will not be dec ned presumptuous ,in expressing line: Pica and larger P.20 ceqts, thereby ,

titude,a large stock being al"ay..on. hand. upon the decision of several eminent pbys i the, hope that their journal will I,at* making e.e'per'ectmet \types,cheaper
They will also execute orders for printing than anyother.. *1
; icians. : tract tho attention,* even It'should ,not ,
tie presses, ink, &c. which tLey'iU furnish- at Q5rEditors, postmasteR" and others, are secure the favor,of tho,patronof,American former This "uDdryhas hadadded'lately toiti;'

Printers m.anufacturel's'pric of newspapers will: please pub respectfully',invited to act as agents.: Any .literature. II. GREELEY' &> Co. zes of Shaded unparallelled,Condensed assortment-and'Oroamentedt't'ypes several ri:'

lish this advertisement(with this note)three copies person ,who forwarded remits him.ten dollars Persons will' have ted ,CONDITIONS., : b7 which.Printers the letterpress

t times,sending a paper containing itf to .the one; dollar'will have cumbers remitting- NKwYoHKEn will published evt are enabled to, rival ,the impressions from
IVuulry, and receive payment.when they Alldistantcommunrcationltobq'addr'cesed eight nf. : cry faturd;? .morning on'a large 'imperial copperplate. in beauty}fancy aad, tasteful ",

from purchase the four times the- amount of their bills to the editor,No. 6 Cortlandt street, New sheet!,of the best quality, and aflbrd&l to 1.flpl"l, -- t

Factory. York, (and must be post paid: Yearly subscribers patrons in city or country. at TWO DOLLARS The assortment embraces; 25Q sizes'tor "t'f,
,CEOK I CF, &..Co. to commence o. 1. r I per annum payable in advance* varieties,from J2 Uoe pica to, pearl, pf Ilo' :
New, York. %*The editor has great pleasure in being The experience tho past'year admonishes man, Italic,'Black, 'Antique, JtaU ,-Title,

(1: -Ordenfo'r'0': will be able to announce the approbation of many us to regard the advance from Condensed, Shaded, Backsjppex, German
& '. > eminent medical gentlemen.. the plan of distant subscribers payment Text Ornamented,Music,&,.?and>alto'Pi: .
: as ait
... \, MILLER. this publicationTE ; "* dition. When from indispensable con ca: Fractions; Superior/'Space Rules,>At :>
No.4$ lkrlest6nS.C. ;peculiar tcircumstan. trooomical. and 'othet; Blgbi: Ornstrri !nted 1
May 23 '*: ';N'E'V-YOJ\KER'."/ of ces, payment .is delayed till the expiration Dashes,:Lpng Pracei Dran,Rules, nearly

I On Saturday the 2lsl' Ii of' March; will be of the quarter, fifty cents, will be added 300 Pordcrs, aadmgrbilbsp: JQQpputsor

I H VING Fu Ki UNDRV issued tho first num'hei 'o'1ho, second volume Any .person .remitting tea dollars free pf QrnameotiorNewspape.s". '8chool.Ilooksr I
of Mr.RICHARD chargo to us shall and Scientific r1ii.K..J
BONALDSON li of Tnp NEwvYonxEBi ind the pub receive six copies for'ono .
Jong established and Ushers year, and in the same foe The u lcnbeniur. ib
very***Mlj&5ifiiJ&UDdr7, the subscri- trust this early announcement yrilj, proportion a larger Coinroairig-StC! t
hen 'hare jlnMf --partaenbip the attract the seasonable-attention of nfl those number. Post Masters and others are Cases' Ch a 't'Gal1en, Fum.tqrp,< Paper,
purpose of jy MRHmaid business,and for i who choose'Iqcommence .'their sub. respectfully requested to interest themselves Ink,all kinds rp i.Dting Presses,aDd every' i t.
the convent: *Ww t S ir friends1 and pat scriplioos at that tiine. s in'our behalf with the assurance that the article'required in a Printing-Office,,at themanufacturers'prices. '

roDS,bare tapa6n4 4bfir establishment to'a TUB NEW.Yoalttoilcontinue) 'to beat possible terms will be afforded them. They also execute'
prdfn for
more central flit frflfcs city. As it is their prcscrvathageneraUharacter Stereotyping. flt 1.
intention tt kety 0$U nd a good assortment which has thus ,WUwW&tUS OF TIIETTALLAIIASSEJE -. Printers of Newspapers who publisb this .
tar secured it .
of the beset<< tp make suds additions the approval of a steadily and GAZETTE & 'QEitEtaat.4D advertisement (with this note) tbre 6* times I

and Imprc $he taste of the trade rapidly increasing patronageand a p6pt VEBEISEJU' before the end .of the year A83St shall fe,

and their !lfount'1 require, they larity commeasuratewitbtlieaphere'of'its.. ''fb undersigned ceive aymeut'wbeQ they make a purchas*
flatter 1Mt this establishment circulation :The peaiHariiiea of its plan the propose .lopubJisu ill from 4he Fouodry of four .a mow t
pity of
will thg of patronage. They] hereadopted'after'machteilectioaratidtven Fldrida; a \weekly 9( their Ml.QT ",OLQ. nngc&k co.-

be han no. units on band, which ca n learned thatft prominent; features newspperentitled tinWUaAuic6, datettf.nnil ,New' .Yort- Aug. u. ; 1O3.. .. 42
turnishoftprepared ,noun. notice, and are liava failed in.a single : CeeerarAdoertirej" ',It's column -L
t s. '0& all weigbts'and approbation of,Its point to receive the wifl! e.devpted Jo Pojiti s. Interpal IIJ14lY9 LEGAL CO ANGIW

11UI.Crolll a Pica,iocluding The paper! will continue patrons'agd'tbe') cmeott'"aDJ( General Intchgeoce,cow. ftlt3f? ?Irfnd; ''eitufttl.JIJJ6< **>: ?T
great n to be '
a amentaJ Letter>- wWged. as pnsing the news of
& the
dayr'bpth Foreign :
Their CoIIowst' ,
also. and Dashes, Brats i y ,, and. pora ffc. PR\QMP SS;
Role and !. LiterlU'llJtpartmpat-Em ? .
be est DU wlllbe found to nQ tb t : fo accortbnbe with custom,the publish. 'OJ '/I'p1Li q7' THE :
\ N'.A7'
fe1"J whole ..
be orward iclipecimens will outer ot trio paper, and present ers In ; I ..5 ,
wjaprocecd bneTcnano""to '' '
nU loon as they !og twelve ample ,6elumr of'Ilenewir aery air o ;, ,
can be pre lay before tUe puWjc tQ analysis,of the plan off'
Pal.ltcarlr+n- (hiMpalRnd FeJe-eti'J! Mhicli TUB CX BK rifr> 8U"lIhOR:
on the Gaiettc will be con ueted. COURT

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t'; ,. &R ;, :- Jr 1 Ian,uje of UN Sacred Scriptures tray PASSENGERS tareiteff thereioi that they to And appear
:IA rl1"anterpreSmrcmD" Fall of ..the ,In'tbe Schr Laura for Charleston! Dr.S. before the Superior, Court to be Loldcn in
Roman Empire. ; E Myers, U. S..Army ; Capt Hill, of brig and tor tbe said District,at the Court House
t' BALLAD. .. !\rut'ot Boston, and Mn. Clapp. i n Key Weston Friday tho 23j day of
8. anstvtu *. ... .ADOS.Cb aaCONIaTUas ,. Inthe brig Alpha from Havana, Lieut. October, at '10 o'clock in the forenoon of .
five tat- back.enT heart again, uxsrccriNG TUB Nontru Alvoid; /.'8. Army. that day,.theo.and there to interpose thei
you cannot prize it now( Auasazcakbmtatvs.--.Aconjectur ,which: Gciainoiortho same, and to make their allegations
Yo looked into a brighter eye, may or may not be fotihdetl, ,but'which' cthW' J Entt11t ttcc.r 1ft support thereof.
Add on.a fairer brow. know cannot be sustained by an,proofs; yet "THOS. ,EASTIN, M.

'i If still you loved you.would not let I think if worth your .knowing,,and ,not, PR'T O prt"'E By J. ,A. THOURON, D. M.
E S r.:
t Another's Key. West,Oct. 1Kb,1835.
'image reign t whollydisregardiflg. Esau was,.diesUnguWied /
One instant in your spirit depths for ,the red color of his akin,:and, -'f ARRIVED. : r
', Oh! give it back again.JOfa as the name of Edom was attached to hTsdescendants OCT.. 11.-Sloop Relief, Woodward, Ha /If. (ADVERTT'EME.] -
I five back heart againiIf 'to **>v
me my and'to the country which i they vans, master.
it bat Uyed well, ..* IS U.'.S., Mail '" U. S. MARSHAL'S OFFICE
you ;occupied because it meant red,I thinlTit'probableJMhal Schr. Laura, Walker, )
West 13th
Key ,
Do itin silence-'Us.no Isle ; : ',''Charleston,sundries to,O.O'ilara.fc others 1835. t
his color l like that of the'negro
For lips like yours! to tell. ; 13-Sloop:Britannia, Matson, N. York, PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby civeatnt!
waS lo'that of his : of decree of
transmitted e a the
postentp bound Mobile' Honorable
I read it i languid smile, to r +
your t'V
t Which strives to cheat in vain; .add that they:'wete 'called;Edoaii1es 14 Schr Single Sailor,.Andrews, Carys- Superior Court for the Southern Judicial
The wanderingglance-abe altered tone, and Idumcans, thai is, red 'rneri because ford Reef, mdz from wreck brig Theodore District of Florida, in Admiralty, I ihali
R fl Oh 1 give it-hack again.. they were nciernally of;.that-appearance.- of Philadelphia; to O.O'Hara. proceed to inst.sell on-Wednesday the 28th of
Octoocr at Warehouse
Ob! give me back my heart again- Having reached the Arabian Gul!; and 'occupying Scbr plendid, Bcnners, Savanah, andlast 'O'Hara Esq. in tho city of o'f Oliver
You do not know its'pride j its naval stations,as at Esiongaoor, from wreck brig Theodore,mdz to O. public outcry to the highest bidder Key West for at '
It does not ask ft single thought they had the facilities of,marUimecoloni O'Hara. the entire cargo of. the ,wrecked cash,
Another rosy divide. zation"! and the'tJeish'tradititSof: themis 15 Sloop Thistle, Brown, Indian\Kcy, Drift, consisting of Packages assorted brig Sea
from and
logwood &c. wreck Br Thomas
Tear not reproa -on'happier days, that they spread'thole colonies abroad. lo F A Browne. brio seasonable dry goodspackagcs hardware -'

Thou'gblt may,dwell with pain, Now I find 'that' the Indians of'North Sloop Eden, Fish, Charlottes Harbor, tomuter. crates and casks of crockery,casks of Bpi'
Believe me, it will seek its wines &c
never America arb also cJiaractcnSed by the redness ,
To beat with yours again!_, of. their skin, and copper cobs} is their 16 Brig Alpha,Thomas, Havana, bound The goods can be examined by catalogue ;
six days previous to the day of sale.THOS. .
.'O' : to Charleston.
jrid'it lias been stated '
r general appearance; : ; r EASTIN
,JUf. ,crllau!!. < ''y Brig Apalachicola 12 dsfm N. Y. bound U.S.M
-- by some' travellers ,that they/have several I By j. .\. TnO RON; D.! M. I
ScrrosxD riro OF TuB wOTJD.-'I'here! customs: 'which are 'peculiar to thole wish I to Apalachicola.'SAILED.. .:

exists, bowever, at ,the end of the tenth population. This has' ctiuswfsome to"'f speculate OCT,,10 -Sloop Serah Isabella, Stafford: Key U. MARSHAL'S West 14th October OFFICE,

'cen\urj, a cause which would arrest: our j that they may have 'descended'fromone reef:,.:,+ PUBLIC NO1'JCEishereby: ; 1E35. <
course, even had,wo intended to pursueour of expatriated: and lost :ten 'tribes.But ,Schr John Deniaon, Cold, reef. 1 y virtue of a decree of the Honorable giren.that Sopcrior
narrative beyond it. This is the"almost connecting these similarities with, their 'ItteT Cutter.WashiagtonLtCom Beaufort'boa .Court for the Southern Judicial Dis
universal expectation then entertainedof color, it haa seemed'tofae..a. greater:probability cruise. tric(' ( Florida:io Admiralty, I shall pr y-

the approaching end of the world.,, So that,they m'ay.have originated,from a ISxSloop Relier"\f.oodward.: ; Havana. cecd tot ell on Tuesday. tbo 3d day of Picvernbcr
.strong was this belief that it I led, the greater ; !colony of tie} deScendants{ pf'Esau. This 14 13,8chr.WashiogtonBruce, Scbr ;; ,'l\Iobite. next, at, the Warehouse of .'. A.
Pee In.
Dee Housman
part of contemporary writers to lay down will .account; for 'any likeness of'custom Schr Fair'American;Cbombs'Reef: Browne Esq. in the town of Key West, at
the pan for while with the' :Abrabamic family and also) fur public outcry to tho highest bidder for cash
; a silence was complete; ;, 16t.S Mariaacta,. 'Crcspo; Char- the, entiro""C1rgO; saved from the wrecked
for historians cared not to write for a posterity the peculiar tinctu re of their skin. 'Hence lottos.H rbor. -, '" ship Majestic; consisting of
whose existence ,was-eo donbtful. !it is possibility ''that the: red men of America ,'Schr' Orion,.Sanderson;:reef. cotton, and 13 hhos upwards of Tobacco 1000balesof

Pious persons who had endeavored to understand and the red,inert of Idumea, r rnayrhave' U S Slir.vTraasport: w:otto, Armstrong, together! with the sail, rigging. anchors,
the Apocalypse and to determine had the same;ancestral origin,and ths fate. CapeFloirda.witb: troops* Y ships furniture!, &c <
the time of the accomplishment of its: prophecies tY.fti ity.-4-SJIARON 'TuarncHV"Sacred 16:Schr:Single'Sailor, Bethel!;reef. TIIOS. EASTIN U.S.M.
had Hiftory'of'thWorld.i: ',' v fi ,Sloop TbasUej'BI'Qwo, IndianKey. By J. A. TIIOURON,)D. M.
been particularly,, struck witht -'t: A : VJ&. .,Mail Scbr'LaurafWalker, ,, Charles-
I 'the twentieth chapter; where it is announced 'II TILE i ',C TSPHINQ}or 111ERCYsWtten: ,the ,ton.' -. J' "t GARRISON OF KEY WEST, FL01O

that after a.thousand years,Satan would Almighty" ,was about,,16+ create',.roan,'hesummonedjbefore MEMORANDA supposition of the OCTOBER 2nd 1836 \fPnQOSALS
f be let loose to deceive the nations f.; but him the angels,uf.his attnbutes loss of Sloop'en proved not to be correct ,will he received at tin

.< that after a little season; God would 'cause ,- the. /:watchfulguards, : gf,his' do' I The. Bug, Wave and' SchrWhale'wcreexpected Quartermaster's office
a fire to come'down from Heaven and devour to sail,from New Yorkfor Key until the ?
minions., They stood in council around! his West between let Land 1st day o November 1835, fur
I him. The accomplishment of all J hidden throne.' ,"Create, 'him not, said the last advices.: ,, 15th- by furnishing Fuel for the,Troops stationed at

the awful prophecies contained in this I angel of justice, he will not,equitable to 'The ship,Courier of. her this Post'
book appeared, therefore, to be at hand; his brethren,.he will ,oppresji.llie:w aker." number in passing Sand Key, bound to the The wood must be of good,merchantable
quality, and the cord is to be estimated atone
and the end of the world was supposed to "Create hbn not,said,the angel of peace, westward October:8tb.: hundred and twenty-eight cubic feet.

be indicated by the devouring fire, and by he will manure the,soil:>>th human blood, THE=- UNITED STATES OF F. L. DADE, M. U. S. A.

the first resurrection of the dead. The the first born of his.race,.will: 1,slay his ..bra AMERICA. A. A. C. & Quar. Master.
hearer the thousandth year approached from ther.1* Create: noteaid the angel of,truth, S90'lDEJ\1'f JUDICIAL DISTRICT or FLO- [44- s4t.] I "
tbe birth of Christ., the more djd} panic ter- be will defile thy holy saneiuary.with falsehood 'v AIDA.rS!8. _
To the JKdnhal the, CUSTOM HOUSE; Key West, )
rr take possession of mind. The of Superior Court for the .
should his
every thou
,although >> ,
: ; stamp Oct. 10 1835. (
: 'laid ,Diiirict- GREETING. COLLECTOk.'tI.OJ'J'ICE,
archives of all countries contain .
a great countenance thine image the seal* of con* I .i 'will be received, at this.
Dumber of charters,of the tenth century fidence." So spake the angels of liis'sttributes. : ; ''[ jNER>iA9;'StcphenCoolnbs, master PROPOSALS* M...n" Tuesday
f. beginning with these words:' "Appropin-- .. When\Mercy, the youngest.:.and. V V,, of the wrecking schooner Fair American 20th inst. for painting tho dome, tfitli one
quante fine ,mundi,", (as tho end of the dearest child ,of"the..Eternal arose;' and, halt ,has. exhibited fiis Libel for and on: bet coat' of good black paint, painting and
world is ftpproaching.) This ,almost universal clasping'his knees said: "Create him fatherin of.himaelf.Dd all others interested with whitowashtnrtnvbutsldcbf tlic Lighthouse
belief Wm'statingalleging:and propounding, that at the 'r rh'&f IsUnds, and also fur glazing
redoubled the fervor '
of religion -thy likeness the darling! ofhy'lovinges. .
: -said Libellant,:, together with ,Henry the fatitern, where required, painting
Cpened the least liberal hands,and kindness(when all thy messengers forsake Brown,'roaster of the wrecking;sloop Thistle the dome, and pointing and whitewashing:

ted various' acts of piety, by far the greater him! I will seek'and support him,and turn ,and' John",Thompson, master of,the licensed the outside of the Lighthouse at Saiul Key.
number of which were donations to the biz faults"to yirtiies ; because he is weak, wrecking'sloop Sarah .b l1a, have Each Lighthouse to receive two good coats
I clergy,of possessions of which the testator a.nd\v\ll\ incline his,bowels to compassion, with great labor"and difficulty, saved and of whitewash well put on with paint brushes .
tlienuted without regret from his family. to and his soul jo atonement. When be departs brought to- this port;quantity of logwood, and the .whole work to be clone to (tie!
whom the universal destruction would ren from peace, from truth, and from justice being the greater: part ofvthc cargo of the satisfaction of the keepers of the rcsptr e
der them'useless. Others brig Thomas Gilbert Tweedie master, lights. The ,
: however the of his propoulawmltattscpar.J.I': .y
; were, consequence ,wanderings which said brig was wrecked on the Florida .
of what will bo the charge for each lighthouse.W.
,a more meritorious nature shall deter him *
from them and 1
repeating Reef
; many enemies then being bound ona voyage from A. WHITEHEAD
were reconbiled' ; many powerful men shall gent lead him to amendment. The Laguna 'to'; London, and that.their sarvi- Collector and Sup. Int.of Lights.
l' granted ,fulf pardon to those who had beenunhappy ,All gave ear, and created man, ces i&'saving same (u is alleged) lave) 45-is2w]
chough to offend them ; veveral a weak faltering being,,but in his faults the been meritorious, and.merit the consideration _
\ I even gave liberty to their slaves, qjr,arnelioI pupilofmercy;:the son.of active and arne- of this Court. FOR SALE.
rated their poor and slighted dependent iorating" love. Remember then tbinu'ori And whereas, the Judge of the paid Court THE Lot of'G ROUND lately owned 1 by
I. for the 'said District Mallory, 106 feet front, and
We are hath ordered and directed upwards
with a sort of affright at the gin, oil!Man, when thou art, hard, and un--, on Friday' next the 23d of October of 200 feet in depth, with a great
idea of the state of
disorganization into kind to thy brother, mercy alone, willed inst. for all persons concerned to Recited number of plantain,banana and other fruit
vUcKiM belief. of the imminent approach thee to be created,love and pity,nursed th ee'a\ and intimated to appear at the Court houseat tre'esi, handsomely walled in, may be had on
\t I .f'the end of the world must havc.thrown their tbe-most reasonable its
at bosom's. Key West in said: District, to shew cause terms. To insure
t sockity.- All tbe ordinary.motives of action_ if any,they have, why judgment should not purchase, less than one third of its cost wil-
t t : were,'auspended by contrary'ones; every A MOTlln's Love. .pass as prayed. be taken. A pply at this office.

passion.of he;mind was hushed, and tho Happy i is he who knows a rooUierti luve! You are therefore' hereby authorised,empowered Oct...10, ia: s.' [45istf.Jinformation ....

\,, present. .was I lost in the future., The; entire What it to pure? The patriot expects ,and strictly enjoined, peremptori- Wanted. ,
masV of the Christian 'nations seemed to fame, tho friend sympathy,'and the lover ly cite and admonish all persons whatsoever -

r:i feel that they', stood in ,the,situation of a pleasure. Even religion,while site waters right,,having title, claim or pretending interest to have, any ANY person wishing to dispose eta largo
or in the
to of LAND
I or situated in the Southern
condemned criminal who her faith with tears looks
has received bis forward to the logwood, aforesaid
by :serving on Gilbert part of Florida; teems part cash and part
sentence and'counts the hours which ati 11best of her labors and her love. But Tweedie late
: master of the said brig Thorn- credit,or all cash, would do well to answer
eepa Tale bias atom et tnitr. .Every exertion affection springs from the breast un- as this monition, and by leaving with him the the subscriber tho following questions, viz
.:'\\ of mind or body wee'become objectless invoked by the wand of hope, unadultera aid Gilbert Tweedie a true copy hereof; The price of the Land by the acre, the
ti t save'the labors' of the'' faithful to secure ted by the touch of interest. Its objects and by all other }lawful* ways, means quantity. quality and description aDd pro- '
their salvation,any'provision for !In' ftithli lire the weak and woeful. It haunts 'tlxr and methods ,where thus monition (factions,it'there is any: forest tree*and the
futurity must' have appeared ahstfrd; cradle 01 infantile pain, or hovers near the may, be made most public and notorious, kind, and if well watered, and what are the
; any to be sad at the time and size and
appear place depth of the streams, and if it is
monument for couch of the faint aDd forsaken. Its
erected an age'whirai; was aforesaid before
the ,Judgeaforesaid, near any settlement,and if good. and satis-
never to arrive;would have been a.contra sweetest smiles break through the cloudsmisfortune of and also to attend upon every session and factory titles can be given.

'; diction; .historical !records written for and its gentlest tones rise amid session to be held there and from thence Any person dispose to notice the-above
4\ s generation never to arise,"would have be.trayed the sighs of suffering and of sorrow. It b until definite sentence shall, be read and r advertisement will pleas to direct a letter
I a want of faith It is almost matterof a limpid and lovely flow of feeling which promulged in the said ;,business inclusively: to Mess. D. &Co. to we care of Mess. Homer
surprise,that a belief-so general as this gushes from the fountain head of, purity; if them or any of them'shall think it their &Palmer,editors the Boston Commercial
appears to have been did: hot briag about and courses the heart through saUisb designs duty and so to do, to bear,abide by,and performall Gazette, BosUn. ,Mass. [4"- st3]
\ I its own dreadful fulfilment and sordid singular such judicial acts as are neceiiary .
; that it did not passions, immingliog and
and by law done and
transform the west required to be IS HEREBY GIVEN That
'Dtoone'1St' unsullied. .
convent t, expedited in'the NOTICE
and do
premise, further to
t I
and,by causing a total cessation from labor Who it tofnnt Tune and misfortune aod receive what unto law and justice'aball | for receiving subscriptions
deliver up the human riCO to universal and penury and persecution, hatred and infamy appertain, under the pain of the law and to the Capital Stock of the SOUTHERN

t hopeless famine. But, doubtless, the force may roll their dark waves successively over contempt thereof,the absence or contumacy LIFE INSURANCE AtfDTRUST COMPANY
!t of habit was still stronger with i many !than it--and still it smiles unchanged or the .I of them and every of them in anywiseDotwitbstandiitg. will be opened, at the office of
t.1 the disease of tho imaotnaUoa.besides, more potent allurements of fortune opulence AndhatweVerjoushill Thomas Douglas Esq. in the City of St.
some,uncertainty as to..c .chronology ,hadcaused and pride power and splendour,may; I do ill the premises, you shall duly 'certify Augustine, on the second day of Novem
t hesitation between two+ or three different woo -and yet she is unmoved! a. mother I unto the aforesaid Judge aforesaid, at the time and her next at 10 o'clock A. M., and will be
i place together with 'these pies kept from time to tine by adjournment
: periods; and though many charters "roves and loves forever!I"Wkati ents. open
+ certain and evident sips which >* tofaUMvlf From infancy to ,until the whole of the Stock shall be

.I t left no tools for doubt the rapid! approach age; "through goodreportand l through[ evilreport Witness, the IIooorble James Webb subscribed,not exceeding thirty days.
f of the end oC the world, yet the constant ," the dew of maternal aflbcuon are Judge of the said Court for the: d District, LOT CLARK f

: Border of',the leUou.tha.riflu1arityor the seed upon the soul. When heartetrickec tb thujethday* Independence of October,A. D. J835a&dof ROBERT RAYMOND REID,
of the United
t [l vg of natures the bemocence of ptovn and abandoned; when branded by shame sixtieth year. States too THOMAS DOtGLAS.Csdoners..

: \ enc o, which continued to cover'the earth and followed by scorn; her arms are still 1 ALDEN A. aI. JACKSON Clerk. .
I : with its wonted! fruit,raised questions even open:=her breast Is still kind. Through Thereforoknow ye to all whom it Juno gQ, 1B35. {3g 10w)

in the mosttimid minds At last the extreme every trial thatlovewiU foUow-cheerus, coocera that in pursuance of the above may aLAHIt
t period fixed by the 'Pf.OPbecieswu in misfortune, support us in disease,smooth monition from under the seal of the District JUJ.LS tIayTEhi
passed ; the terror was gradually. but entirdy the ilJow'or pain, and moisten the bed of, Court of the United States of America for OF LADING NBAnr P
: dissipated; and it was universallyacknowledged death! the Southern District .f Florida,to me directed AND FOR SAtE AT

that on this subject, the Happy b be who know a mother love! lie notice and delivered. I do herebygive pub-, .
to all persona ia-toy maDDer ia..O THIS OFFICE.aetrgi ,
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V I erod towards a small wood near.tLe base 1 contAl angle with' thr'extremity of tie do-
*' We arc happy: to announce(he tUti!,!; aJ of the eastern precipices. Certainly they gen. But this was not the only proof w.

ENQUIRER. passenger on board the Laura, of-William were like human beings,for their wings badnowdisappearodand had that they were' CNat r.."of order ana

8.'Attorney for the.Sou tin! their attitude in wale uborduiation. We bad no opportunity -
KEY WEST, FLORIDA : Distnccttof 'king was both erect and dignified. Having of seeing them aotyatlyengagedin01
''" ern Florida. observed them at this distance for some mi work of,to4uatryor art( and,*80 far ,as we \
8ATURDAY.OCTOflER 1, 1833.OWt 41J 0.11ET.j11: suites*'we'intradifced lens lL.ak which bro't could judge, chef spent their nappy hour
; !ia wandering<<; itor I Uiern'to the:apparent proximity of eighty in collecting various fruits in tho! ; wwxls, in

have tU"tiers l9 od that some young which has return whhin reach of our VISion "lyards the highest ar magnitude,,.e,possessed eating,flying( bathing, and loitering& about
in towrlTweliajfc not heard his until the latter end of March;,whenweeficctcd jpon the summits of precipices/'
gentleman after an absence of 75 12 yean;was an improvement in tho gas bur .', ,I
name) is claiming! the Aonor of being an I first observed 'here on the evening of the ners.-' /About half of the first ,part had From DeU'.WeeklI1\1ellooger Aug. W.SPAIN. .

associato Editor of the Enquirer. As we I 12th inst. in the North West. A,.succes ,. "passed' beyond our canvass; but of all tho The news from Spain is wry ,
others we had perfectly distinct and deg Dun Carlo, has entered Old
who this of the quill important.
do not Knight had '
sion of cloudy and hazy evenings prevented
: aieragedfourfeetto' 0thin
erateYiew. They : Castle. Ho: crossed the Ebro OD the, |
may lie we arc somewhat anxious to undo* its being before.noticed.QSrBy ,he gbt.were covered; : except on.the ;,face, t., attacked a detachment of the Queen'

ccivc tho public, promising them, that be .with,abort aril gtossr' copper-colored balraDd troops;which occupied strong position
t- advertisement in the Charleston had wings composed of a,thin membrane the neighborhood of Tancorbo and soon "
fore we I leave our present state of single an .
their backs ,
\viU air.I,1n'f'D 11 upon obliged the Christines with their commander
blessedness, (if ever we do so) the banns Courier, we.ot observe that the Stcam'Packet frointbe i top.:oflhe ahouldcrs to the .calves' Gen. Bedoya to retreat undefr,the wal|*

shall be property poblished, in order to apprise Dolphin would'Iiaye I tliat-) place on of;tb ir;legs. The' floe whichVas. 'of ayellowuh of the town, which tne Carlista wore preparing \
\ \flesh color,was a slight; improvement to 11th..Pancorbo is If
attack the
them of the connection.O (,U-t4t/ the 12th November on her trial ,voyage to ;, upontkat'\ of the ,!large, oring"outang situated on the highroad on to B irgoi. This ,

Havana via St. Auguslinc'and Key West. being more vpen and intelligent isits.expressionandhavlng movement of the Carlists left Cordova f. )" ,

:rVVe understand. that Capt. FARNIFOLDGnEJCif Tho faro, as published, will be as follows: a' much'greater considerable distance in tho rear at Logro-
has been ordered to the commandof expansion of forehead. The mouth;! hew no. As soon, however, as he heard of Don I J
tho U. S. Cutler Washington on this To Havana, from Charleston, $40 cuer,was very'prominent! ,though somewhat Carlos having crossed the Ebro,he instantly t
From Charleston to St., Augustine 15 relieved by a thick.bcard :opoq, the,lower followed him, and was himself at promptly
station. From do to Key West,. 30 jaw,and by lips far more.hum than those followed by Ituralde,'who had been left by
of any species,bf the semiagcnus. In general Carlos when he commenced his march towards -
THE PROSPECT---/ rcchartcr of the I St Augustine to do 20 symmetry of baly'sad limb*, they'were I Vitoriaf to watch' the movements of,

, city M certain, if the will of the majority do to Havana, 30 infinitely superiorto tlio''orang outangamuch the Queen's General. Under these circumstances
so,bit but for"their\long wing, Lt. we may' expect shortly to heard :
,, can tecurc it..' The election is over, and < Key West to do 15 Drui mond.pai&tfiey'ould.l6ok ai well.on an engagement between tho two armies. If

we congratulate our fellow citizens at the These prices mayan$) er.fir one tripbut a parade'ground as some of.the old cockney it be true that Cordova's troops arc dispirited

; result so far as relates to tho expression of we think it will be to the interest of tho militia!"htbe: hair orj the head was a.darker and reduced sickness and delertion.plac.ed ,
color than; i that of the bodyclosely curled a*, he will ,be, between tfe force
public' opinion upon tho, subject of a re- proprietors to reduce'' them;fif" 'the'line is ,bit' pparcntly not'woolly, and.arrangcd commanded by Don Carlos,and that under

charter of our City. They .have shown regularly established. That if rnay bej;cig in,two curious semi-circles' overrtbe temple Ituralde, the chances ot sucpestare greatly
of the forehead.. Their (oet'could only him. '
against ,
the uncunstittuutknal sincere wish. t
that our ,
conclusively act '
< lifted in
be seen aitb ywero .:alternately The accounts of disturbances the provinces -
of the last session of the Legislative Council ,)i. St walking;" but,' from,what ..we-,could see of are till unfavorable.;. In addition
was: uncalled for, and that the majorityare i An express arrived at ; Augustine! on them:huh transient a,I view,, they,appeared to Arragon,we may now mentidn'Catalonia,
the 27th August,conveying,. ,,intelligence:of thin,and very*protuberant at the.bee Valencia,and Murcia, as having thrown off -- ",
in favor of having the stigma removed tho murder of Private Daltonofthe.3d Artillery Whilst passing across the canvass, and the Queen's authority,and declared for the, 1 I
which has rested upon the town since the whenever we afterwards la\f'th m'theso Constitution,and under that cry have been
while, in' carrying the
first of April last-the of the employed creatures were evidently engaged in conversation guilty of the, greatest, excesses. Letters
stigma being mail: from Fort? Kin& o"Tampa:.Bay, by a V'their gesticulation,more.particularly from Bayonne mention'a second insurrectionary ;
unly place in the whole union whose inhab action of their' hands' and '
A.detach.ment the varied ;: movement at Saragossa, it brokeouton
six hiuians.
of -
Micasuky .
itants were without that most necessary possession i party ,:,' arms, appeared,impassioned and emphatic. the 10th init, and, according to these ,
fur their comfort and ,was|immediately espatched'an'pur:; ',Wo hence inferred that they were rational! I accounts, was attended with much;greatet
security--an suit of the murderers, under command,,:of being, stridaltliorigh !not perhaps!:of so highan mischief than the preceding& one bad been.
efficient local government. order as others whichwe!! 'discovered the The Governor, who at the bead r. fern t.
It is true that the candidate who was Lieut. Duncan. .next"'imohtUaon:; i tho shores. of..the 'Bay of troops; attempted to put down' the rioters ":

known to be adverse to the rcchart of I'th r -attempt,was: ,made: t''t9;\assassinate ,I Rainbows,;that. .they,were;capable of;rOdu- it is stated,was killed,'the maghtrates.ex. t :
ring I Thos. ,in 9t.. i cing'works of art 'and contrivance.The; pilled,and: after having forced the 'troopi* I :
Douglass Esq. Augustine
I the City received a majority of three ,votes : \ 'V pf Mon next view, we1'obtained'.them 'wasatill to withdraw,' the populace proclaimed the
at the Key West polls,but by whose votes II the 23d August, by firing gun into his more favorable "It:was on :thecbordera of Constitution of Cadiz, and appointed! &Junta t \ '1

t, twits bed-room window. from,;'Ihe street:, Tho. a little lake, or. xpanded: stream, which 'VO to go'crn'tbo, city; in the Q cen's nitaa'!.
this ,
seelThe ,
secured? ,. ,
majority ire shall l 'I then".for. ,the,first .time perceived running kn '.
.: election being fora delegate from Mayor of die City I iTas'offcred a reward of down the valley to the,large lake,'and having OBITUARY. ; 'f
the three hundred dollars for'the apprehension '.oil its eastern.margin a small' wood-.. ., :
all resident Coutaor'tcArta)
county, within its limits So D /\of-these l creature had;crowed 'this t 9
were entitled to the privilege of voting at I of the villain. water and,were lying like,spread' eagles on Died.at Baton Rouge on the _'?-.'?\.?; ,;

any of the pole, and consequently thero GRAND"LUNAR-: DI COyERIES.The the skirts! of; the' wood, Wo:,could then 1836, LAVINIA, wife of ,Lieujenunt'Franjfcis ,; \

were we believe received i perceive:thap'ttieir; wings, possessed great\? #3. Newcomb pf,the.4th (j. S.Infkntry.The J I
twenty-nine (ifnot more) New York papers, lately expansion,and were similar ia structure to .
nonresidents of Key Wcst 'hovotcd, here. contain column after column of- extracts froma : those'of'.the1; bati;:being,a'semitransparent'roeinbrane above painful intelligence was received I

Of thee 29,we lam every reason to think supplement the Edinburgh! Journal of ., "expanded curyiliheal.radii: united division at.thti .a few days since, and the"hcartaf:ofnufn; |
ymeiaof'straigt4' ,
that'6oted.fbr Mr.,Hack ley,(Charter)and. :Sciences,purportiogjto aonoVmbstWonderful givo'to tb o.world:>n;, back by,the don )tegume.D : : CutwliaJt respond in mournful sympathy: wiiji, 'jln;

il for',Mr. Fitzpatrick, (anti-chartcr). Deducting in'the account.moon'id"o'at"ahe,of :Capeo'G'ood"Hopo discoveries.: i aston$}ed us* ery, much ; the i.tc t nstance behaved friends who: are left].to.lament'$9early ,

these from the totalnuWbeY; 'John 'JJerscheU: : whole from the of this membranebeing the .continued, death of one, so estimable in all tho .' t
by Sir The f :shoulders, to (legs, united aU t ewat .
totes given for the respectivq cant \dtytcs, I world 'at'"*the North seem_ to,be e engaged in* 'down' though gradually'decreasing iowidth. relations I of. life-as a daughter, a sister, ft i iwifo
and we hate 4 discussion 4 ili of the: The wings seemed completely un and a mother remembering 'wn'u. t
the of rho truth ;
.or,fallacy der.the command of volition, for those of
For Mr. Hackley, :3' statements. They ,:.were \first published in I the creatures whonTwe saw bathing the pleasing though Maddened! recollwiiprn I

Air. Fitzpatrick, 27 "The Sun" a ,penny per in New York; watery spread' them .instantly to their full the virtues bi Mrs Newcomb 'so Jully understood

I Majority: for Mr. Hackley, 10 whose proprietors protest to be in pctsessloii width, waved them'as ,ducks do theirs to and valued, while a resident ofKey. l
shake .off the water, and then ere instantly
making an actual majority of 16 votes given of the only copy'yet'received in, this country closed them again in a compact(0 rID. Our West from her connection with an 'officer

, by the citizens of Key West,in favor of of the supplement ,.referred' ,to. It ,U further observation! of the Iabiti,9f! these established! l! here, whoso, pfeps't'iib i
the candidate thought by many; however, to be Aoax-cr-..- creatures, who we're of:both sexe, :led (6 ,
supported as being in favor of the fond affection so stamped
results 'remarkable that I they tip
iginating with them, and to have been con so prefer
,. a recharter of the City. We consider thisa totted 'in the brain of a Mr.\ Richard A. should be first laid'before.the public in"'Dr. on her character, aho followed wherever
most decisive expression of Ilerschcl's own work, where'have reasonto services
public opinion his were demanded by.the exigencies
Locke, of New York Many respectable
know are and stated
; they fully faithfully; ,
in favor of the measure which we have paper deem the whole account entirely;: or however incredulously they maybe received. of his Government. The circle of

advocated with all our humble abilities from thodox, but"we cannot conceive how it is, But we bad,not far to seek, friends who, in this jaoltlted spot", were so

the first, particularly, as it is well known possible they should do BO,,for we 'Jtbink nd forinbabEta'nbof Immediately 'on this the"Vale outer'of border the Triads.of the" happy as to share the delights flowing, (from

that: several voted for the opposition and one I caupelusethepaper: << -without- ">- T' !.suspect-< ,.In., wood;which surrounded, at the distance of the enjoyment of Mrs.N'a society, 1 on

date from personal.motivesal though them I' ing it to.be a fiction! but,one most admirablywclfconceivedVnd half a-mite,the eminence on which the first bear in',mind the amiable'and' _, .. ,
selves in favor of the recharter. exe:nted.. For the in* of these temples stood, we saw several de. ;
I manners that made her habitation abodf
formation of such of our readers as tacbed assemblies of beings,' whom we instantly
Having thus expressed their wishes, fully may recognised to be of the same species of cheerfulness' felicity and4" ,the niece
hot have the whole the ;
seen we extract '
and decidedly,we call upon all our friends as our wiogcd friends of the Ruby Coiose
tat qualities which
to let the following account of the inhabitants of the 'um; near ,the lake Langrenrus. Having rendered her 10, capable
matter rest to have
lot" no part I lunar world, from which they may judge of adjusted the instrument for. a minute'exam-. ,of being/wherever situated, (_,an cbittu'any
,I nor in any meetings-discussions- the character of the discoveries and decide nation, we found that nearly aU the lathe notice welmvesven most .truly'ob- ,
memorials or petitions, for they cannot adduce themselves their' Lj iduals in these groups were of larger sta- ."
for to truth
as or,fallacy tag VHure than the former specimens,I less dark in serves) the source whence '*man d"peace

any stronger argument to enlighten .' We at length''approached,the level op. color, and,in every respect an improved va.riety ct iiteatmentand 'pleaju" : ",; }'
the understandings of our Tallahassee Legislators eniog to the lake,where the valley narrows of the rice. They were chiefly
enga To lamentations
to mile io width', and'displays : join our to thof*of?' lbt.many >
than is already offered them in the aceneI'J'onboth g Jd. in eating'a large yellow fruit like a
sides,picturesque and romantic beyondthe gourd,'section of wbich they",dexterously who far and wide will feel the,loircf "
result of the late '
election. power of a prose ?ofcpoetry Imagi divided with their fingers' and ate with... Mrs. Nevcomb,!* 't a nielancholy'satisfaction

nation,borne on the wings could ther uncouth voracity, throwing,away the :
Result of the Election for Delegate to alone gather simile to portray the wild sub rind. 'A smaller red fruit shaped like a but one to.which our hearts impel uf,

Legislative Council from Monroe County. limit, of this landscape, where dark behemoth : cucumber, which we' haft often seen pendant while at the same time con'l, .that one';

/ Fitzpatrick Hackley crag stood if over the in.brows the *of lofty from trees:. having broad dark leaf, who appeared, so truly aw o:ai ai "' : ,
precipices, a* ramparts sky I and 'were,also lying ia beapi, in the centre of
At K. West 41 38 forests seemed suspended in mid air.- :"On several of the festive groups but the only "''Th not the ....of.ur. to liTe, .;

At Ind. Key.4 6 the eastern side there was one soaring crag, rise they.appeared to make of it was sucking Nor all of death 14di+s'P .
t crested with trees!which Lung over ia a the juice after rolling it between the is '&be" I
palm now lii5that
45 43 curve like threefourths of a gothio arch, of their hands,'and nibbling off end-. > fliurc3. oar
Majority for Mr. Fitzpatrick Tiro. and being( a rich crimson color) its effectwas They seemed .io bo eminently happy, ud loss to rte herg. in.' t. Wd4
most minds uoacctntomed '" 0:
W1VA strange upon evespotite,for we saw, ia instances .
many I .
to the association of such With r
WRECK OF BRIG THEODORE. grandeur iodirWual sitting nearest these -
piles of
Part ,such beauty But whilst gazing upon them fruit,select the largest'and best I THE case plebe brig Noble, in Adalirs.
-..of the cargo of the above vessel 'in 01 perspective of about ball a mile, we and,throw them archwise across specimens the circle; ,ty,haf,been adjourned by order,of the Hoo-
from bound were thrilled with astonishment to perceive orable the Judge of said Court until T
Philadelphia to Mobile, has to some i poaita friend or associate who bad urs* i
been brought.to this tbe four successive flockaof'large winged creatures extracted: the nutriment from'those day the S3d day o/Oeiober in.t., when aU\
port by wreckers, ,wholly unlike arty kind of bird; de- around him, and which scattered 'pertoos concerned or !te..ested"tI; in,
she having run upon Carysford Reef about scead with a ,slow, eYeD motion from the no* a few. ,Whilst thus were frequently, .....hereby cited to be'add appear i6. mike I

9th lost. She has lost her rudder, but is clifl on the western' side, and alight upon rural bioquets,or ia social engaged converse ia their i. .their allegations, in support thenvot J
the plain. TUeJ were first noticed by Dr. wen always tasted with their illt they 'I'n08..EA8TIN,.U.S.; )!,
thought not be .. knees
materially injured as she Henchel who II .
Now gentle the By JOS. A. THOURON '
; oa tart, and their ; D
does | feet brought evenly pty"Key
not leak. She is bOW on her ,to men, my theories against which ,
way year proofs, lathe West Octobtf! '
together form of 10 1 035
a t ;;
this '
port. Just as TOO bare often found a bet .l gla did .
we were going to press pretty even we for same mJltericut heisoa or. '
the Tbcodore arrived. have here something worth looking at. I : ... to be other this rleemed '
was confident that U ever we found being them for aD.pacta favorite tmooa N OT1CF.-igiYle ,b iltes+dstij '" I
FROM CHARLESTON rBr the aninI in human tbape.it would be in this looritud I daltdrde J we/quni lost ee"pup or ao- tlanyriI1 be nadp' to the'1ta the, :

of the Pilot: Boat, Schr Washington, and that they would be provided by their I lore Udls qes. "WGti 1ea,1t uf this etaape'b. COGDtCOUl101' abed situ rbo iougp' =.'
C paraU.4.OD.
Brucerusd the U*8. Mail Schr Lan Creator with some extraordinary powers of i at tb. lifMl of an tndividusl oaf who bf: Ike W4etigned forlotten of almleistnr: It
'a,apL Walker from Charleston daring locomotion, first exchange for my number I stepped 'as the estate rf Antonio. Psckeco bf
the D." This lens iota tbe c otre and btwjit (Ida bands 'said county.. .
past week, we have received oar being soon introduced rare over 'weaaed .
jar ales or .' JBrtraets will be found regu- us a fine half mile distance{and we cotut ..bead Uva acuU angle. At this' signal QUININA PACHt'co.'T '

our COhl lP ed three parties of these creatures, 'cf ***** amble J.,teadc4 ,q WILLIAM BUjfCC..,
;abli'ti .. -
twelve,nia,and fifteen in each, walltlaa i ms 6 HwUboroojheoonty, *

.. iI I ...r"sie Gstedo w aD state bOWM: Aai.ltiie.. (.,-0".] .
.. ,. : 1
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: TABLE FOR 1835, ,, CourtoC the'United States of America1 for ciatfons> of Poetry and,Political Intclliyencfl. -
\ METEOROLOGICAL the Southern District of Florida, to me di. Its columns swo,intended to a ord

KEPT AT fIlE CUSTOM 'HOUSE KEY W ST. <, rected and.'delivered. 1 hereby give public a \"thiele'fer the free, hut temperate, discussion
s'VROM notice to all persons in any n\anDer.interested -
", of all! questions, which, from"their
therein, that they be and before
II! ,. the Superior Court: to be holden,an and for importance, interest, or attraction, are tic1 1 1
''" r :TT_ .Monthlr: Dot.'....Y g'-' "'. t Rain' '5bo.w4 Ram the.said.District: ,at the. Court, House Ux. servingof Jhe' attention an educated
", \ KeyWest, %n Monday: the'I2th"'day of community. If K shrill become, what its

MONTlJi / ,'1::d >to v .: ,....,.'. on. ," ers'on J,' Juan't October ""at 10 ojclock in the- forenoon name imports, aJoutrtaUtf strict Southern
,.. I Sg I I It I s' I j" Ii daYB. day!. tity.January. that day, then.and there,to interpose' << their Literature it shall efve to place upon
claimA'for the saihie, and to make their allegations record a truo account of the opinions: feelings ,
80,50 6400 68,881! 26,50 14,502,00 8,049 1 6 I ,400.Febr in support thereof. habits! and general tone of thinkingof
ary. 19,50 45,00 65,362 34,50 t6,00 2(10 9,181 0 2' bOOO'Jfard2t. TAOS., EASTIN, U.S.M. enthusiastic
... 82,50 53(1 11,161 !9OO 1 3,1ri ",1,00 9,093 0 I' t '0050'.A Dy JOS: A. ;jTIlOURONt D. M. an under, the andbighiniiuledpeopleif
'ril. 86,50 55,75 76,481 30,7b ,50"S,00 8,991, 1 2 1,150May. ; Key West, Oct. 6th 1835. enlivening: inspiration of the
. 86,75 10,00 79,716. 16,75 U,50t .&,75, 9,400 2 6 ,3,610June. THE above in Admiralty has'Lren Genius Loci,'and with the approving smiles
s .. 69.50 73,50 80,971 .,10,00 U,50 ? 4,60" 8,596 ,,1. 12 3,150 case of the generous, and the Faire and 'he concurrence .
Honorable the
Juty. i. 89,50 13,75 82,491 15,71) 12,00 .',008,917:1 12 3,255 adjourned,by orderof the ami effective bid of the learned
.: August. 895 74,00 82,157 15,25 11,50 4,25'' 8,024 2 ,.13"' 5:930t : Judge of said Courtuntil Thursday the 22d I and talented men among us,if shall: contribute ,
f S ptemb. 08,00 13,00 80,720 15,00 1050.; 4, Or' 7,075 2"'r ,,1G,..... .S,900 day of October.ins!., when all persons concerned in any small degree, to secure for
\ -- --- -- interested{ therein are hereby cited
that elevated
; 1 ., "t, ', the South literary position or:
r p: t" to be and appear to make their allega- It'I entitled, and which it is capable
(jj-Tho Thermometers are RtmiEnroRu's self Registering horizontal, thermo. me- tions in support thereof.THOS.
"VT 1T1 of maintaining its'dcsfgn will then be full,
tars," kept within doors. but in a free circulation or,air during:,the' 'night. as well" .as,the By' J. A.."rnOUR() D. T\I. nccump1ishctl."I.The work will be conducted by thesuh!

day., -II' "' !' Key W .Oct. 9th 1835. scriber, assisted by several! literary gentle

1, ... ,.. :0' i
-- --- -- who (have
'- -'"--- ------ --- --- -- -- --- ---- -- men, pledged tljcmselus to con
THE UNITEDS1'ATESOF AMERICA. Commenc 'd'boating cargo through the LADY'S BOOK.A tribuic: constantly and.liheially to its columns -

Southern.Judicial' District of 'F or da-ss. surfand loaded:the Moro'Castle, that day, monthly Magazine, containing Talcs, who arc interested in its succes

To the Jfarshal of the Superior Court for the .the'said, : oopJi l ing about..half,a mile dis I original and selected, Moral and Scien- and who think the present a favorable ji.nc
said Dittricl-GREETING.TffTIIEREAS tant from the beach,the sea breaking all the tific Essays, Poetry, from the best authors tune for the commencement of such an c:,
Austin Packer master time violently against the.. wreck. That the QuirteIlYI..epresentall ion of tcrprize. It will be printed in an cctav:
:Y ff of the, licensed \ueckang.sloop after loading, tho other said'sloops during Ladies' Fashions ,adopted in Philadelphia form, on fine paper in monthly numbers cf
Energy, has exhibited! his Libel for and on that night and on";the. first of October lost -colored., Music of the newest 56 pages each, and will be put to press, a.
behalf of himself and ail others interested and taking on board the 'Captain! Srux passenger styles &G.&C.Published : soon as a sufficient number of subscriber
with him and propounding and the crew, ,belonging' to the wreck regularly on the first day of every can be obtained to authorise its publication.
that,,on stating a voyage, alleging from the port of New prclceededfor Key, West,. ,where the' said .month ly Louis A. GODEY, at jVb. 3, i The "JOI rnnl" will be furnished !10 sul,

London in Connecticut, to the waters of vessels arrived in safety' about, 9o'clock on Athenian'Buildings, Franklin' Place, scribers nt" five dollars. per annum, payab: !
this District in with the sloopsMoro the morning the 6th,October jnat,' Philadelphia. t *\ at the expiration of six months from ti-!
Castle' and Morning" Star That tho said'Libellant avers >and declares Embellished with a beautiful and extensive date of the first number.
Paragon, ; :variety .of engravings from original
that the
services" of-the actors ,
he discovered at about half past nineoclk.of as DANIEL K. WH1TAKEU
r the evening of Tuesday the 22d of aforesaid have been meritorious, and the and, selected designs, 'both1colored and Charleston, 24th March, 1835.

Jept. last,then betng pn the eastern coast solo, 'means of paving the cargo of the said_ plain; with two engraved title pages, and At a meeting of The Literary and Philosophical ,

of Florida, a light on the,beach, about 53 wrecked sloop Hero from, inevitable. and two distinctindexes,' (intended' to pcifcct Society of South Carolina, convened
miles to' the northward of Cnyo Biscaino total destruction. That the dangers which separate volumes} i in the year,) also, a choice on the 27th March, 1835, .the following
t Light House, and supposing it to be a light h2ve been.incurred by the -vessels savingthe collection of Music.-original and selected, Resolution. s oflt-icd by Benjamir.:
same, and heir crews; in' arranged'for: the piano t or guitar, with nearly Elliott seconded M. Cohen
made by,people in distress, ho; immediately coascqnence Esq.] by'Myer ,
of being so long exposed on a dangerons l 6O0'pages'large octavo letter press, and and
hove to, as did also tho other vessels, and Esq., unanimously adoptEd-
staid in eight of the light till daylight, when coast, there'being no'harbor nearef than' 70 only THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. "ne'oh-cd. That The Literary ff Ph.;
\ the Libellant,as well as those in company to 80 miles, tho weather being f ';tuncommonly Each numbe rof this periodical contains losophical Society understand, with higli

: with him, run down to the wreck from tempestuous and consequently heavysea 48 pages of.extra royal octavo letter prcssVf. gratification, that Mr. Whilaker is :abou;
whence the light proceeded, and laid to and surf setting strongly on shore, and printed with clear, new' and beautiful type, commencing a monthly Journal, to Lc devoted
within'about half a mile of tho said wreck. the fact that at, the time the said light 'was (arranged after"thc manner of the London to the advancement of :Southern:;

That at'.about 8 o'clock A. M.of the 23d discovered from the beach,they already had .La.Belle. Assembles,") on paper of thefnest'texture Literature, and, with pleasure, declare. tl.w
Sej Ifi/Libellant and Capt. Park of.t1 fie' on board their said vessels,he officers and and whitest color. It i is embellished opinion of his full qualification for such .an

Paragon each taking a.boat from their vessels crew,of vtho Schr LaFayefte, taken by them with splendid i Engravings on Cop- undertaking, and comply with his requestto !
after much difficulty got safely thro' from the beach at great hazard, about 36 per and Steel, executed by artists of the bn permitted to publish the proceeding
hours previous, and also, the crew of the highest skill and distinction,and embracing
the surf and reached the shore where the i > of the society, and such cornraumcalioitf
wreck lay, and found it to be the wreck of brig Noble, taken from the beach at great every variety of subjects.-Among these to the society, as the curators' ,may approva.
peril in consequence of the .!high surf only are illustrations of Popular Legends, Ro-
the sloop Hero, of Groton Connecticut, ) (Signed JOSEPH JOHNSON, \
Thomas Eldridge'master, from New York abo
bound to Key West, laden with an assorted of tho'severity! of the gale,In '.run- portraits of Illustrious Female?: Tho number JACOB Du i** MOTTA, Secretllr)'.

cargo; consisting of dry goods, groceries, 'nioginto! tho harbor pfCcaar'a: (notwishing commencing each quarter:contains a 03Subscriptions to,the abgre: wok! wit!
to go ft" they from ,the wreckthe picture of the existing,,Philadelphia Fashions -
provisions, &c. &c. That the Libellant be received this Office. April 21.
rams informed that the said Sloop Hero got damage done to tho Energy in going into designed, engraved\ and colored ex "
on shore at 3:I o'clock A.' M. of the 16th said harbor, the great risk run in staying presslyfor this.work<<; ,by competent perSQnsspecinlly..eng PROSPECT i
so long by the wreck in such bad weather ged for, that..purpose. The 1 ,
and that assistnnco had been ,
Sept. no yet Of the Third Volume of the
Embellishments of,this charter which haveappearcd'in
had. while taking cargo from her, and the expo- f-: .' PARLOR
That the and of the sure of life and boats in ,., the surf, whllcoolting :former numbers, l are confessedly -
passengers crew WEEKLY devoted to Lite-
: oft'said from the beach all superior to any which liavt been) furnished A paper
cargo ,
wreck the beach
were living on the
in similar raturcand the Fine Arts; the Drama,
tend make this as the Libellant declares any'other American"puLlicntion -
gurf making a breach over her. That the ,
the Fashions Tales
Essays Biographical
and from the have ; ; ;
to be a case particularly meriting the favorable arrangement which
of said wrecked
master the sloop asked the
the History of Women Harm
been made there is reason ; ;
consideration of this. Court where every to
assistance of the said Libellant ; ,
in taking less Satire Review of Ne w Works) &c
his and crew from the beach and fore he prays the aid of this Court in the they will be improved.in the coming vol ;
passengers &c. and embellished with superior Engravings
In addition the
in the the of the premises, that the accustomary: process be umes. several Embel-
saving goods lading wreck. Fine Wood Cuts Plate of the
That tho weather continuing had, and that the said Cargo be<< attachedand lishments jusV referred to, every number ; ;
very tempestuous Fashions, and Music. Price three dollar
tho said hours sold by order of this Court, and that contains several Engravings on wood., representing
; sloops sixty ly
payable'jn advance.
from,the,proceeds of such said sale foreign and native scenes, curious per annum, :
a -
ing offand on in sight of the wreck, under proper The PARLOR MAGAZINE is in tie
and fit salvage'be < and assistance
trysail jib, (wailing to give meridian of its popularity and as aspiring
And whereas, the Judge of the said EntomologyfConchology! Humerous Incidents
whenever the weather might the
permit,) hopes without a, shadow and cloudiest
Court for the said Ornamental Productions Embroidery ,
surf b the District' hath ordered
beach that
so violently on
neither breaking the Libellant nor Capt Park could and directed on Monday the 12th day of and others needle work, Riding, Danc- prospects without ,a horizon, continue= tc
cheer it its
get back to their vessels, nor could a boat October inst., for all persons concerned to ing, &c., besides one or more pieces of 'for on it along way, \ve day jiiayreasonably of'triumph. For anticipate

wthssfety: approach the shore from them.ffifrpSe be cited and intimated to appear :at tfco popular Music, arranged for the Piano or general, niechahical ,
Court Housq at Key West in said District Guitar. appearance, arrange
of tho aforesaid vessels set her ,
.:a mcnt, and typographical execution it
colors belt most to urgo those on shore belonging Jo shew cause, if any they have, why judgment Every six numbers of the work form an justly assert its claims to rank may the

t 'I to the said sloops to como oil, the should not pass as prayed. elegant' volume ,suitable, for ,binding and most beautiful periodical in the among UnitidStates. :

r weather becoming bad that it was deemed ; You are therefore hereby authorised,em with these are furnished gratuitous n superbly .-The Literary department is contributed .
r "highly: imprudent to stay longer by the powered and strictly enjoined, peremptorily ) engraved title page and a general to by many of tho'ablest writers
i wjeck. 1'hattheAid Libellant and Capt. to cite and admonish all persons vhatso index of contents. ( The terms of the in the country-men whose names, if they

.v Park finding i it impossible to got off to their ever, having pretending baveany rght, Ladift Book are three dollars in advance. gave us permission to use them, would
vessels,, turned to with_ all the aid they title claim or interest, in or to the said car.. Persons.remitting'Ten Dollars shall be en9ttlled save us the trouble of circulating our claims
could get, in 'taking cargo from tho said go &c. of the wrecked sloop Hero afore to four copies'of the work. Persons on the public through the medium of a
wreck, and carrying it ashorv, unpacking said, by serving on Thomas Eldridge the remitting Fifteen Dollars shall be entitledto prospectus.For .
and drying'whatever appeared most dama- late master 01.said wrecked sloop, a true six copies of the work, and additional selection, the literary gardens of all

ged and liable to waste from being wet copy of this mention and leaving: with copies of the best engravings. Persons America and half Europe are' open to us-:
That the said sloops, after lying sixty hours him the sai4( Eldridge a true copy hereof ; procuring Ten Kew Subscribers,. and for- so that if we fail in this particular the defect -
is aforesaid, in sight of tho ,wreck, were and by all .other lawful ways, mean, aud warding the cash for the'ea e-, besides a must be only attributed to a want ortaste
obliged to run a distance of seventy or eigh methods, whereby this monition may be discount of fifteen per cent' :,.sIa1n presented .-The "Fashions" shall meet with
ty miles to make: the'harbor of Cesar's made most public and notorious, to be and with a copy of.the. third,volume.. of due attention. We have made arrangements
Creek, (leaving the Libellant and Captain appear at the time and place aforesaid, before the work superbly bound.PROSPECTUS. to obtain the earliest intelligence
.. ,
Park put of*their, vessels and on ,shore) the,Judge aforesaid,and aba to attend n.*-,' from London and Paris, in respect to the
That in going over the bar into'said harbor upon every session and sessions to be held .> various changes, which shall be inserted as

in consequence of the heavy surf tho Moro there and from.thence until a definite; sen- Of a :Monthly Magazine, to bf entitled soon as received. The Parlor 'Magazineshall
.lJnsto! struck, as also aid tho Energy,which tenco, shall be read and promulged in the: THE_SOOTH rim LITERARY JOURNAL oe occasionally embellished with

,Bloop knocked off a gripe and :unbinged said,business inclusively, if them or any of T be published in Charleston,S. C. beautiful engravings upon interesting subjects
-her-!rudder; That itthen blowing heavy, them shall think.it their duty so to do, to numerous literary periodi ; and plates! of jhe newest fashions,
the Energy let go an anchor but parted aChain bear;abide by, and perform; all and 'singu WHILE issued from the Americans plain or colored, as circumstances ,will

then let go '.the best bower anchor, lar such judicial acts as necessary and Pr which arc liberally patronized, ijias permit, besides wood cuts in, f.great variety,
-when she brought to. That-the said sloop bylaw required to be done and expeditedin been a subject of general regret, that since and a piece of original or well selected
lay,twelve hours at anchor, when the weather the premises; and further to do and receive the discontinuance of that able work, the Music, at least twice a month. '
,moderating, ruin' :.the,harbor, having : what unto 14\V and justice shall appertain Southern Review; there has been no Maga fJ Highly finished portraits' of all the
Rio boat to her. That after she got jnsldhnTO under thepain of the law and contempt zine established in South Carolina afford- great British and American poets, ;from

her down and repaired damages as thereof Ute absence or contumacy of ing a suitable medium through which the Chaucer ,downwards, are in preparation! ,
well as the means at command allowed them and every of them in anywise not- opinions of our best writers might I be and will appear in the Magazine from time

and- hung her, rudder., That ,bey lay with I withstanding. And whatsoever you shall brought: to bear directly! q-cis usefully pond to time, with a general critique on the *"-
the four sloops abovementioned in Cesar's do i in the,premises, yptf; 'shall duly certify public mind It >s with a viq\v\to i meet thor's works, annexed to each ; the heao
Creek for; 49 hours ai" cite end of.which unto the Judge/afore&ud,at the ume and this demand, that the publication of this arid' review if Shakspeare' will be forthcoming

tune'got und f"eigb and proceeded for the place aforesaid. ,together; with,,these presents. Journal is proposed--and that the general in February-Bryantf, will follow-

;;reek,; wfna/ :S-,S W aid Wowing heavy. Wjtaess the, lloaorkbU : ames Webb, and substantial: support:, of the citizens of To this paragraph we would' respectfullycall
Got;uodeweigh about. 2 o'clock P.M.Fjri.diy Judged the said Court, for tto Mid District I the South, is respectfully solicited. the reader's attention,as the undertaking -
the 29th of September, but it blowing this sixth day of Octo er..A. D. The proposed Magazine will consist of is one of the greatest expense and la :

heavy came to anchor._ Thai next day the ted 1835 State, tad of the the sixtieth Independence yetrl: 'of 1 the Uat I, original i communications on Literary and bore The likeness shall all be taken bj

30ih SepCember'tHo .weather being moremoderate ALDEN A' M. TA'L' lON, Cfci*'. Scientific subjects! of notices'of, recentpubUctions the best masters. '
I ; again'cot undervveigh apdpro- c. TAerefOre' mo&heibom it may particularly ja departmentof The Magazine is printed on puper-roy l I
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