Key West enquirer
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00049046/00051
 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: December 5, 1835
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
lccn - sn 95026781
System ID: UF00049046:00051

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.... E:. WHITE! &. WILLIAM HAGAR, Stereotyping in all its branches,executedby have'' not learned: tbctite, i prominent recette a.tul" "

R,ESPF.CTFULLY Inform the Printers L. Johnson, as heretofore. lane failed in a single point to the

THIS EKQMKER" of the United States, to whom they have JOHNSON & SMITH. approbation of its patrons and tho public. :

EDITED ANt) rOBUSUtD BV J. ATKINSON.'Jvutuaddictutjurare long been individually known ai established No. 6, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. The paper will continue to be arranged aa
formed (VY-Publishcrs of Newspapers who insert
Letter Founders, that they hare now follows:
ire verba magutri"NUMliEli a co-partnership in said business, and this advertisement, and forward a paper I. Literary Department-Embracing the
will be
& S. entitled to
:- hope from their united skill and experience, containing whole form ot the and
gl.-VOLUJHE 1 in settlement of their accounts outer paper, presenting
who $3, payable
J all
to be able to give satisfaction to
when their bills amount to not less than$10. twelve ample columns of Reviews
EVERY SATURDAY AT favor them with orders.
PUBLISHED may J. & S.DnUCE'SNaw.YoRxTYPE of New PublicationsOriginal and Selected
FIVE DOLLARS PKIl ANNUM. The introduction of machinery in place
ADViariSEMtNTs inserted at the rate of of the tedious and unhealthy practice of FOUNDRY Tales, Essays, Poems, Anecdotes,& ". dtc.

ODe Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of casting type by hand, long desideratum by The original contributions to this depart.

fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, and the European and American Founders,was, Ab. 13 Chamber ,to near Chatham. ment are regularly and promptly paid for ;

Sevens-Five Cents for each subsequent by American ingenuity, and heavy expenditure of five lino Pica plain and antique and in addition to the many waters who

continuance. All Advertisements will be of time and money, on the part of our THE is price educed to 25 cents a lb. and Six hare favored us with articles during the

continued until otherwise ordered. None senior partner, first successfully accomplish lino Pica and larger to 20 cents, thereby past year, and whose essays will continue
ed. Extensive of the machine cast let
be considered less than a use
will square. metal cheaper to enrich columns have the promiseof
these perfect types our ,we
VJNo subscription will be discontinuedunless tcr, has fully tested and established its superiority -
( other. assistance from other whose names are
of the Editor until all in particular, over that cast than any
( at the option ,) every had added lately to its
arrears are paid. by the old process. This foundry has sizes already well known to their countrymen.We .
All letters to the Editor on business, The Letter Foundry business will hereafter former unparallelled assortment'and Ornamented do not parade the names,as is the fashion -

must be Post Paul. be carried on by the patties before of Shaded,Condensed the letterpressare of some; but we confidently appeal to

lW named under the firm of White,Hagar&co. Types, by which Printers at from the experience of the past year affording
enabled to rival the impressions
Doctrg. Their specimen exhibits a complete series and tasteful an earnest of our zealous, untiring,and we
I from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Hook copper-plate in beauty; fancy
trust not altogether unsuccessful exertions
'and News' in the most modern display.
to render the literary character of 'New
j A NEWSPAPER. light and style. The assortment embraces !250 sizes or. the
White, Ilagar & Cu. are agents for the varieties, from 12 line pica to pearl, of Raman Yorker inferior to that of no journal of lit
TO YOU, good friends who duly prize '
The before ,sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses Italic, Black, Antique, Italian Title,. class in this country.II. .
now ,
Just paper come into existenceIts your-eyes which they can furnish to their customers Condensed, Shaded, Backslope, German 1. Political Intelligence. this department

t editor would briefly state, at tho manufacturer's prices. Chases, Text, Ornamented, !Music,&r. and also Pica I alone' docs the New-Yorker present

j That both its life and future fate, Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every Fractions, Superiors, Space Rules, Astronomical an anomaly in the history of the neweI'alxr

Depend on your assistance. ,article used in the Printing Business, kept and other Signs, Ornamented of the Union. Our plan emI *
,for sale, and furnished on the shortest no Dashes, Long Braces, Brass Rules, nearly press
i And will you let a child so young, tice. Old type taken in exchange for new 300 Borders, and more than 1000 Cuts or,I braces the collection of every importantitem

Ere it can walk or move its tonguelu at 9 cents per pound.N. Ornaments for Newspapers, School Books.. of political intelligence atever be

plain articulation, II. Newspaper Proprietors who give and Scientific works. its clmrac'cr and bearing-in the languageof
DIe-perish for the want of food, the above three insertions, will be entitledto The subscribersfurnish ComRosieg-Sticks, histotical record, and with tho strictest
Like deserted
callow brood
some '
With cries of lamentation 1 Five Dollars in such articles as they may Cases, Chases, Galleys, Furniture, Paper regard to the preservation of an unquestioned

select from our specimen.New Ink, all kinds of Printing' Presses, and every, neutrality between the contending

And'S"o-brighter no, methinks than the I dawn hear you of day say, YorJ',1635.BRUCES article required in a Pnnting-OrBce also execute, at themanufacturers' :' parties, opinions and sectional divisions "

The prospect breaks before me ; NEW YORK: TYPE FOUN prices. They II existing in the country. The Editor refers
orders for
And animated with the view, The subscribers respectfully Stereotyping. with a proud satisfaction to tho fact, that

:\t y humblelabors 1 pursue, inform the printers, that they have recently Printers of Newspapers who publish times this' throughout ho past year, he has presenteda
With Patience watching o'er me. completed a variety of new fonts of letter advertisement (with this note) minute and circumstantial account of all
before the end of the 1835, shall receive -;
To please you all shall be my pride, in the style of the latest European sped when year make a purchase the elections which have taken place in the'
11 But should I ever wander wide menu! well calculated for ornamental printing payment they I
from the Foundry of four times the amountof several States,during an eminently ardent
l From prudence and discretion, or sasteful display,and making an assortment
their bill. GEO. BRUCE & CO. and excited canvass, without once incurringthe
Pardon those errors of the head, of Printing Types unrivalled in I
By which this heart shall ne'er be led beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens New-York, Aug. 22, 1835. 42 censure or even the exception of any

i'o use one vile expicssion. may be obtained at the Foundry, I political journal. And, while he reservesto

The times, 'tu true, are rather dull, No. 13, Chambers street, near Chatham st. CHEAP,VALUABLE.AND INTERESTING of WORK Human himself the right of commenting brieflybut
i And papers generally safull It contains specimens from Twelve Line The Family Physician and Gazette freely on the topics of the day, and of

{ Of nothing-worth attention, Pica to Pearl-comprising Life. offering such suggestions as the aspects of

That should you sentence this to die, 45 forms of Roman Caps. with I. case. Being a Library of Health and Ilygeme, 'the times may seem to require,ho yet holds
35 do Italic do dodo and of Popular and General Medical
We need not ash the
reason why, himself that such remarks shall
title do : rendered familiar to pledged not
But beg for a suspension. 5 Roman do Knowledge, every
5 do title Italic do d. individual: embracing every subject connected interfere, in any material degree, with the
I All trades mustlive"-yes they can, 6 do sh'd Roman do do with the prevention, treatment, views, the doctrines or the prospects of any
And will find
\\ hatc'er scarcely his you a man! 17 do Antique do do and cure of diseases-the qualities of political party. He cherishes the confident
occupation ,
12 do Black do do medicines-their ood and ill effects on
That dues not ; expectation,that the files of the New-Yor
measurably depend r* 5 do Open Black do do health the ingredients of secret or
On public favor as his friend- ker will hereafter be referred to for the truth
1 do Script do dodo ent medicines-the true principles of eat
situation. of controverted statement regarding
every r Gcrm'n Tedddo ing and eating and drinking any
Were there nofarmert, who could dinel 2;; do Twol'nerom'ncaps with figs* to live-domestic cookery-chemistry- the results of elections, &c. &c. since its '

No merchant!-who could dress so fine 11 do Two lines Italic capitals. and a great variety of curious, valuable, establishment, with mutual deference and

As Miss our pretty neighbor 1 10 do Sh'd Caps of various kinds. and interesting! knowledge,of the highest with entire conviction of absolute certainty. .I

And were there no mechanic*-how 6 do Open do do importance to all. and hitherto bidden III. General Intelligence-Consisting of

Or where could strong bones find a plough 7 do Italic capitals and figures. from the mass of mankind.Contributed .Foreign and Domestic News,Literary items,
To <
prosecute his labor Besides ornamental letters, backslope, to by a number of practising Statistics, Brief Notices of the Drama &c.
Were there no laic yen-how could we music,lottery figures, piece fractions, superiors Physicians. However it be the fortune of othersto

So calm and lovingly agree astronomical and oihcrsigns, space I. The object of this work is to present every obtain the may
To go before our betters 1 rules, brass rules, ornamental dashes long subject connected with diseases and its confidence and patronage of J

And were there! no litigious fools: braces, moro than two hundred kinds of treatment, which, by its simplicity and per i lie public, on the credit of prospective improvement

How could they work without such tools, borders, and more han 1000 kinds of cuts spicuity its details, shall enable all who a and future excellence, the publishers .

As scarcely knew their letters} and ornaments for school books, newspapers wish, to be thoroughly informed in this most are content to rest their claims to

Had we nopreacher$ 'who could find and scientific works; orders for any of interesting and important of sciences. public consideration distinctly on what I

The way to tJeuena! path so blind, which, or composing; sticks, cases chases, The advantages of ouch a publication to the) have already accomplisliedand respectfully

Because little travelled, Ac will be expected with the utmost promptitude all ranks.of society need not be insisted up- invite the patrons of American liters t

That thousands pass it by-and go- ,a large stock being always on hand. on, since they must suggest themselves to ure to examine their r
But where They will also execute orders for journal and judge !
-the Lord alone must know printing every reflecting mind. Under the influence -
A mystery not unravelled. presses, ink, &.c. which they will furnish at of the diffusion sound medical knowledge what it trill be from what it is.

; Were there no Printers-how could these the manufacturers prices. I I among all classes, empiricism must be When it is considered that no periodicalof ':

Have prayer-books, law-books, salariesfees Printers of newspapers will please pub. disarmed of the dangerous weapons with I like character for originality variety

For reading and explaining lish this advertisement(with this note)three which it wan so successively against the life of'literary contents, comprehensiveness; of

The law and gospel! -and ho-v dark tunes, sending-a paper containing it to the of man; the abusive employment of medicines plan,and the amount of matter weekly presented '

Would all the world be-not one spark Foundry, and receive payment when they so baneful to health, will give place to has ever been attempted in this {
purchase four times the amount of their bills
Of literature the rational administration of remedial
remaining. from the country at a less price than three to five
u Factory. .
and the ftoientifin and .
were there agents experienced: "
no writets-who could read! ---- -" --- dollars me
No c.Wctor-wLo could bleed-- GEORGE BRUCE, & Co. physician will be aided in his efforts to al- per annum, publishers trust they j
And set our bones when (broken 1 :I New Yurlc.Orrdcn leviate the sufferings of humanity. Nothing will not be deemed presumptuous in ex "

And were there none of these employed, : : for the above Foundry will be that can add to the utility of the work pressing the hope that their journal will attract t

Each purse would be an "empty vofd"- attended to immediately if sent to shall be neglected. The principles of deit the attention, even if it should not

A most alarming token. A. E. MILLER. and regimen shall be explained, and their secure the favor,of the patrons of American .

\ In all professions, arts and trades- No.4 Broad-st. Charleston, S. C. application enforced. The ingredients of literature. II. GREELEY & Co.

All avocations, ranks and grades, May 23HTYPE secret remedies shall be given and the whole CONDITIONS.The .
subject of materia rnedica shall be discussedand
Each ought: to aid the other; NEW-YORKER will published ev ;
And all I ask explained in lucid and simple style.
you FOUNDRY. cry Saturday morning on a large imperial
To OO"A premium $100 will be awardedto
join help me lay the dust,
Or 1 shall smother. of Mr. RICHARD the writer of the best essay (not exceed. sheet of the best"quality, and afforded to

But surely RONALDSON his long established and lug 20 pages octavo) on the advantages to patrons in city or country, at TWO DOLLARS .1 f
independence still I claim, very extensive Type Foundry, the subscribers the community of the general diffusion of per annum payable in advance.
And scorn to eat the bread of shame, have formed a for the
co-partnership medical knowled '. 1 he essays are to be I The experience ethic past admonish
Whatever my condition ; purpose of continuing said business,and for directed, post paid, to the editor in all of year
And if the es us to regard the advance from
'. reader finds a flaw, the convenience: of their friends and patrons June next. payment

And would his patronage withdraw, have removed their establishment to a The award of the premium will depend distant subscribers as an indispensable con. .y

lie has my free permission. more central part of the city. As it is their, upon the decision of several eminent phys dition. When, from peculiar circumstances

SLANDEB.-He who can choke the sweet intention to keep on hand a good assortmentof I icians. payment is delayed till the expirationof i

flowers cf social love and taint them with the best type, and to make such additionsand (-Editon, postmasters and others, are the quarter, fifty cents will be added.

disease-or in the paradise of earthly bliss improvements as the taste of the trade' respectfully invited to act as agents. Any Any person remitting ten dollars free of t

where tho plants of virtue flourish, spreadthe and flatter the themselves wants of the that country this establishment require, they: person who remits ten dollars will have ten charge to us,shall receive six copies for ono

blight and mildew of desolation copies forwarded hire. Persons remitting and in the same for
hatred will merit a large share of patronage. They one dollar will have year proportion a larger
and distrust who cau crush hu neighbor's have now several fonts on hand, which can All distant communications eight number to be and sent.ressed- number. Post Masters and others arc

famo to dust and build on its ruins-who be furnished at a few hours notice, and are to the editor, No. C Cortlandt street New respectfully requested to interest themselves
can write iiXlAptfpon tho brow of others prepared to make font ol all weight and York, (and must be post paid.) Yearly subscribers in our behalf, with the assurance that the r
to his own sizes, from Pearl to Zi: line Pica best -
prove is
purity- neither man including to commence with No. 1. possible terms will be afforded them.
nor b'ast-but a heartless liend. Those a great variety of Ornamental Letter.- I %* The editor has great pleasurein being

who have seen their dearest interests t:1mlCred : Their assortment Cuts and Dashes, Hra.s r able to announce the approbation of many LEGAL CONVEYANCING -
Rule, and other ornament will be found to'I ,
witli-who have known eminent medical gentlemen to the
what it is plan of
have to be very extensive, of which specimens will this publication Of every kind executed vilA
priceless gem of a good name sul be forwarded to Printers as soon
lied by the poisonous breath of cold unpitYing can be prepared.Printing as they PROMPTNESS
j jON
slander; these Lest can say hat he Presses of every description. THE NEWYORKER.On APPLICATION AT THE

has no heart If the lightning's Hash ever; Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, Saturday the 21st of March, will be OFFICEOF

Vans from heaven to strike the guilty downIt Composing Sticks Brass Galleys, Imposing issued the first number of the second vol.
will t blast the Stone, Cases, Paper and Press Boards of THE THE CLERK OF THE SUPERIORCOUR'r.
: hopes uf murderers such aathese. ume NEW-YORKER; and the pub!
Standing Presses! Furniture, witha '
-S r Matthew Hale. together fishers trust this early announcement will ,
complete assortment of all
article used
A few days agoV .'* man: picking in a Printing Office will be kept constantly attract the seasonable attention of all those

his way over a muddy street, came face: to on hand. who may choose to commence their subscriptions $20 REWARD

f.4celth a negro, who had of Small fonts suitable at that time.
possession for
Bookbinders, paid by the subscriber
WILL for in
tile dry path. The white in great: variety be 'I iie NEW-YORKER will continuo
msn pushctl the may Lad when called to preserve that wilt lead to the con- '
negro aside and passed on. At this Cufly fur. the general character which has thus Tlctum of any person cutting wood from I

was monstrously ufkiuled. "Why," sad he, Older from all parts or the Union willbe far secured it the approval of a steadily and,lands for which he i. the agent,unless permission -

"tin white iICOple, here are getting almost prompUy and most carefully attended to, rapidly increasing (patronage,and a popu' has been flat obtained. Due notice .

Ii saucy as tlJ y rare iQ Charleston!I"-<1; and particularly in supplying court for all larity commensurate with the' sphere of its is given, that from this dale the law wjl

Orirana Ajneriean. fonts furnished bjr their predecessors, Binny circulation. The peculiarities of its plan'were be rigidly enforced upon all aggressor ,/

& Ronaldjon, and Richard: Honal iCD. I adopted ann much reflection and W. A. WHITE HEAD.
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"1J. A J ''curtained by young willows. have stood and as it generally tells a "flattering tale," -
1UinccLtnn '1.-. there a thousand times in the quiet moonlight she turns from it with a pleasing convictionthat EN Q tJRER. =
.1 ; Pearl.- I and fancied that 1 heard in every breeze her beauty will enable her to conquer ..
I- From flic-Boston that whispered among the branches, the the heart of the most obdurate, and that KEY WEST, FLORIDA
THE DEFORMED GIRL. voice of the beloved Biumberer. whosoever may die in a state or" single *
d nv J. o. WUITTIER. Devoted girl?: thy beautiful spirit hath blessedness she is destined to become, SATURDAY, DECEMBER u, 1833: ? 1p J

,! ,iamORIl'-m'sterious memory!-holy and never abandoned me in my weary pilgrim ere many years roll by,a happy bride. From 'rho want, or rather the disappointment 't
Massed as a dream of Heaven to the pure ago Gently and soothingly thou comcstID the age of, eighteen to twenty is the very in the receipt of
in spirit-hunter and accuser of ilie guilty! watch over my sleeping pillow-to cheerme witching time of female life." During our regular supply
amid tho trials of that period the female of paper must be our apology for the
tinescapable presence!-lingering! through humanity tip mingle heart is more susceptible nonappearance -
every vicissitude, and calling us back to heavenly.sympathies with my joys and to the soft and tender influences of. of the Enquirer for the last two
the {past--luck to-the dun sepulchred sorrows and to make thy wild reprovings love,,than at any other; and we appeal to weeks.
images: of departed time-opening anew known,and felt in the darker momenta: of our fair readers to say: whether, if incline -0+0-
the deep foundations of early pa sions.'rile .- existence, in tho tempest of passion and tion was alorie consulted in the business, CQ-It is rather a singular circumstance
loves and sympathies of boyhood the the bitterness of crime. Even now in the more marriages would not take place during that the Brig Somerset, Capt. Lewis,should
thrilling aspirations of after years.-Wlulc. awful! calm which precedes the last change: that ticklish season, than in any by which h have left this port foe Charleston on the
y the present is dark with anguish, and the in my being, in the cold shadow which it is preceded or followed; it is the grand same day that the Mail'Schr. Laura left
future gladdened by no sun-bow of antici: stretches from the presence of the living, I I climacteric of love, and she who passes i it that port for Key West, and yet hale been
pation, I invoke thy spell dower Unrol feel that thou art near me: without entering into a state of matrimony, able to get to Charleston, discharge herr
before me the chart vanished hours; let Thyselfa pure and suited one, may chance to pass several years of cargo, reload, and get back to Key West
,rte gozo once more on their sun-light andehndow. Watching the loved and frail of Earth. life ere she is caught in the meshes of Hy one day before the Laura arrived.
: .o- men. The truth i is, that the msjority of .
I am an old man. The friends of my A RELIGIOUS LIFE. women begin to be more thoughtful when (p)::3-DR. CREWS declines practicing medicine
youth ore gone from me. Some have The boast of heraldry ; the pomp of power; they have turned the age of twenty. The during his stay in Key Nest
perjshed on the great deep, others on the And' all that virtue,-all that wealth e'er gaveAwait giddiness of the girl gives way to the sobriety .
battle field afar off( in the land of strangers; like the inevitable' hour- of woman. Frivolity is succeededby I GjThe passengers on board tile Brig
and many-very many, have been gathered The path of glory leads but to the grave. reflection ; and reason reigns where Somerset, from Charleston to Key West,
,' quietly to the old church yard of our native How happy must bo the feelings of those passion previously had undisputed sway. tender to Capt. LEWIS their thanks for his ,
village They have left me, alone-even whose life has been devoted to the serviceof The cares and anxieties of life press themselves gentlemanly conduct during the voyage. '
us the last survivor of a fallen forest-the religion, and who in the sincerity of more forcibly; they tend to weaken -
hoary representative of departed genera!ions. their hearts have worshipped the Supremeltul the effect of the sanguine anticipation of .The decision of the Court in tl,*
I. The claims which once bound me to r of the universe with a devotion anda unmingled felicity in the marriage state, case of Ship Majestic, stranded on the Florida
existence,are broken-Ambition, Avarice, zeal commensurate with the solemnity of which the mind had formed in its youthful Reef whilupureuingavuyage from N,
?ride, even all that wake into power the such an adoration 0 ye mockers of religion day dreams. Orleans to Liverpool, will be found on our
intolerable thirst of mind. But there arc recall to your recollections the unbounded ......o.ANECDOTE.During. fourth page.
somo milder thoughts-some brighter goodness and the unrestrained one of the frontier
passages in the dream army being,yet living mercy of your Creator and your God, and wars in Pennsylvania, it was found J3Tbo' first volume of the Key lVes:
at the fountain of memory--thoughts, pure ask yourselves wherein you have manifestedyour necessary to send out a company of rangersor Enquirer' closes on Saturday next, 12ib
ojid angelic communion; linked by a thou- gratitude,or.given evidence of thanksfor spies. After they had arrived at one of lost publisher would be very thank
rand tender associations to the paradise of favors conferred and benefits received., their points of destination, it was thought ful for (those who are indebted to the esab:
' Love. Who was it that called you from a.state of advisable tofcud out one of the officers of lishmeot, to settle their accounts on or be.

'. There was one-a creature of exalted darkness into being, and permitted you from. the company with a.command of five men, fore hat day..
intellecta being whoso thoughts went up the dust of the earth to assume his imago ? to reconnoitre the movements of the enemy. ..
wards like the incense of flowers upon God's Who fashioned your form and stamped upon A Dutchman constituted one of the party, FROM NEW: $.-The sclir.} : HyuVr-
natural altars-they wero so high and so your brow the seal of immortality? Who and on the evening of the second day Ali, Capt. Gould arrived here on 30th November -
unlike the earth. Yet she was not proud watched over you in the hours of your infancy i they came upon an Indian camp covered after the short passage of Jess than:
Of hor/high gift. With the brightest capacities with the anxious solicitude of a parent with bark, and discovered fresh signs of nine days from New York Through: the
of an unbodied spirit, there was guarding you ccr.
eomelhing more than woman's meekness in and preserving you through every trial 'I- held,upon which it was determined to secretthemsclvcs furnished with papers as late as 21st !Nov.
her demeanor. It was the condescensionof Who kept vigil over youi midnight slumbers upon the top of the camp, and but observe nothing in them particularly in
seraph intelcct-tlro forgiveness and tears' amid silence and solitude, and permitted await the arrival of the Indians. After the teresting.The .
of conscious purity extended to the erring you to rise to a glorious morrow,.while thou night fall had set in, several of the sons of Hydcr Ali arrived one day previous
,nd' p'iBfiionate earth. sands were languishing upon a Lieu: of pain, the fo.cat entered, the camp, divested to other vessels that sailed from 8 to 10
Shu was not a :being to love with an earthly and tears of thousands groaning under the themselves of their implements of war, and daysbcfoie her.
p itIf affection. Her person had no harmony pressure of poverty and want ? Who arranged commenced preparing! something to satisfy <
with her mind. It boro no resemblance to every thing with a regularity anda. the calls of hunger. Our Dutchmen hail It i is to be regretted that our mat,:.

j1 those beautiful forma: which glide bcfyre the] consideration adapted to your comfort an itching to know what was going' on arrangements cannot be placed upon some
t eyes ef romance ill the shadowy'world of] and convenience? Who established seasons below. He accordingly raised himself on footing allowing certain calculations to
dreams. It was not like the bright realitiesof and their changes, herein consultingyour his hands and feet dad thus drew himselt
being--the wealth of beauty which i is respective health,and securing to the forward in defiance of all the forbidding the times when we might look fur
: porhciimea concentrated in'the matchless) husbandman u rcwmtO,Air bi. labors ?!. Wlio gestures of his comrades,, until he reached! i lie receipt of our letters and papers. It u
form of woman. It cformity-strange,' gave you the sun to illumine your path by n point,so far on the projecting tree, that true the winds and waves are bomctimcj.
peculiar: deformity, relieved only by the dayand the moon to direct your course by it tipt with him and precipitated him, head unruly, but by increasing the compensationof
intellectual glory of a dark and soul like night ? Who conveyed to you the great foremost upon the foe. When he discovered the
waters, that your barks might boat and that Ue was falling, he cried out/liar v contractors, faster vessels or those
eye.Yet, strange as it may seem, loved her waft to your shores the productions of a I comes, pygrashus?' Whereupon the affrighted better fitted for the business alight be cm
deeply passionately as the young heart can distant clime ? Who facilitated your i in savages fled and left the camp ployed, or their contract might bo differently .
love when it pours itself out like an oblationto tcrcourse with the nations of the earth,and an easy pryc to their comrades. worded, in order that a failure in I the
its idol. There were gentle and lovely gave to you a "habitation and a name?"- carriage of the mail x
might be
ones around me-creatures of smiles and Who crowned with success your strugglefor BEAUTIFUL EXTRACT. guarded
blushes, soft tones and melting glances liberty, and made your country' soil i{ Oh, if there is one law above the rest against, by always having a vessel read; to
But their beauty made no lasting impressionon the birth place. of a Washington? Whobravo Written in Wisdom-if there is a word take the place of one not arriving in season. ''
extended in its bur That 1 would trace as with a of fire We have
to been
my heart. Mine was an intellectual you an empire pen led to make these remarks
love-a.yearning after something invisible dll.riesrcat in its resources-mighty i in Upon the unsullied temper of a child- from having received
If there is anything that keeps tLcmind our Charleston ma,.
the of its laws and noble in the
above the justice ,
and holy-something ordinary
Open to angel visits, and for November r
standud of human desire, set apart and usefulness and honor of its institutions ?- The ministry of ill-Vu human love! tucntyfOfJ.1' days after the
sanctified as it wore, by the mysteries: of r! Who has been with us and for us, from the' God has made nothing worthy of contempt. packet sailed from that port, ticehc days
{ mind; lime that morning stars sang together The smallest pebble iu the well of truth after the arrival of a vessel that sailed 8r.'
Mine was not a love to be revealed in the over the new made creation," until the pro I Has its peculiar meanings, and will stand days subsequently and one day after tIll
.thronged circle of gaiety and fashion; it sent period ? And who will continue our I When man's best monuments wear fast atvay. i I arrival of the brig Somerset 1
Tbe ):1.oJ'Heaven is love that left thereon
was avowed underneath the bending heaven, Father and our Guide, until the sun shall and tho' its na'me
when the perfect stars alone were gazing set in eternal,: night, and all! his radiant To Has its been unholy usurped uses by passion, and profan'd the 25th ult.-a circumstance that will l;,

upon u!. It was rejected; not in scorn,in beams be quenched in darkness ? Since Still, the eternal principle through is all time, | we presume,.prevent our receiving.another
pride nor in anger, by that high thought the Almighty has: done so much for us, I let And ia these deep affections pure that we; feel mail until1 late in December.

girl. She would\! ask my friendship, my4yinpathy his name be praised, his works acknowledged Omnipotent within: us, we but see These irregularities can only be
; but she besought me-ay, with ,and the remembrance of his goodness, The lavish measure in which lave is given by the prcvcr.led /
,tears she besought me to speak no more of] bo cherished in our hearts. Let us manifest And in the yearning tenderness of a child, despatch of vessel always 1Jr.>
love. I obeyed! her. I fled from her our gratitude, not in words, which too For every bird that sings abore its bead, the regular! days, and we are aware this will
presence. I mingled once more in the often deceive, but in sincerity of heart, i in And And every creature feeding on the hills, not be done by the contractors without increased
tree and
every flower, and
busy tide of bcingr and ambition entered{ steadiness of urpose-tJy evidence ofj brook, running compensation. It would therefor

.my shod Wealth became unexpectedly, love. Our thanksgivings need not be con We see how every thing was made<< to love; be better for the Post Master General if
and the voico of praise became familiar fined to the consecrated house where the And how they err, who in a world like this, authorise
sound. I returned at last with the impress ministerial prayer is heard; the mighty deep Find anything to hate but human ride. once the carriage of a scin.
1 of manhood on my brow,sought agaia the the closet, midnight wakings,tne mountain monthly mail, the benefits of which ..e
t being of my dreams. Situ was dying ,top,rue places, from which our prayercan Foe YOUNG L.\DIF.s.-Lct them never enjoyed, until the embarrassments of the'
Consumption-pale, ghastly consumption alike ascend to the throne if the fate finger that mental improvement should always 1 Department rendered: curtailment neccs
had taken away her hold on existence: Tlw .nal. '1'here'if.Q, secret, silent*penitence for bo conducive to moral excellence; sary upon of the Southern
i deformed and unfitting tenement was sin-which as soon as it i id conceived ye*, which consists in piety, sincerity, fidelity, many routes.
At the
yielding! to the impulses of her soul. Clasping eru our lips shall have given utterance I to activity, charity, and benevolence. Aridthese of times we are much isolated
( her wasted hand,,I bent over her in the sentiments of a heart characterized by moral qualities are called into daily and it behooves us to preserve if possible -
:speechless: agony She raised her eyes considerations of gratitude and feelings ot exercise, in all stations of life. The! first some little system in the only regular
il, ; to mine, and in those beautiful emblems love, can find its way to that Heaven of and chief of these is piety. And yet it is line of communication with the Atlantic
of her soul, I read the hoarded affection of peace, where the storms of life have ceased! to bo constantly remembered, that the social that _
.."elrtho lung smothen.emot oni .of ji their violeiwc, and where the troubled waters duties and personal virtue?, are to be performed .coast we possess. Vf Qu/
:fullering heart. of sorrow are hushed forever. and cultivated. So far from being i incompatible TOWN OF ST. Jo =. Inn, an article
"Henry sho said, and I bent lower to -.cH :.- with piety, that they are required : which we have s en copied from the Boston
Catch the faltering; tones of her sweet voice WOMEN AT TWENTY-ONE.--When a by the same authority whic,i enjoins Post, impression wished to be made,
,_"I have loved you long andifotvenily.: I young girl reach* the age of fifteen or sixteen love and gratitude '0. God And it is a .apparently( ,that the harbor of St. Joseph 11
i f eel that I am dyi ng. I ivjoico at it. Earth years, she l cgins to think of the mysterious great error of some females, that they imagine almost the only one in Territory of Florida
will cover this wasted 1 and unseemly form, subject of matrimony, a state, the they shall fall under the displeasure admitting as great draft .of water a?
but tho soul will return to that (promised delights of which her youthful imagination: of heaven by attending to the ordinary du trcntytifofcct.Except ..
and l better Kind where no change of circumstajjcB shadows forth in the most captivatiiig.forui3.It ties of life. This u tie Perversion of irue if you. please, gentlemen. lair
: can mar the communion of spirit. is made the topic of light and incidental! religion and there have been instances of )harbors ot the Reef and of the Tortuga-
Oh, Henry, had it been permitted but 1 will discourse among her companions,. and it is !its injurious and unhappy: attach-[Amer feUndj. JYro/ufAwn voter will be fomtf
\ not murmur. You were created t with more recurred to with increasing interest every icon Magazine, on entering the harbor of Key West at anytime
.than manhood's: beauty; and I deformed time it is brought upon tho tapir When r i of tide. VxxiXJ
\ wrelc'jed! as I am, luve dared to lore you!" she grows a little older she cease to smaller : A little boy,after listening to a sermon WRECK.-Juat we were going t.'
I knelt down and kissed the pale brow of, about matrimony, and thinks more latently on the necessity of being born again press, the chr Exit, bound from Cb rle!;
the sutf rl'r. A smile of mom than earthly) on tho all important subject It engrosses returned home much afflicted, and said to ton to Mobile, was brought io, in charge c'>
tcadernesu stole over her features and her thoughts: by day and her dreams his= mother, "1 did no like the sermon and wreckers,haviog been oa the Reef at BUC 1 *
i fixed there like an of the and she ma, I don't Caesars Crsek- Before the assistance |>-
omen spirit' by night, pictures to herself th want to be born over again,for wrecker could be obtained considerable'
:ippiness She was dead. And they buriedon felicity of being wedded to the youth for who! knows but I night then bea gull"! portion of the cargo of the a schooner .
b?! the! spot which she had herself whoa cherishes a secret but consuming oTThe first thrown overboard. We understand tae
ejected--a; : delightful place of slumber 1!fh-rsc. She surreys herself in the mirror r, i gross rommenops en Monday of the 24th Con leak considerahlf The Exit left Cbarlef''
I ins t. ton on Saturday Uattdtb alt.


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03" The second volumo ,of the KEY The gale of the lath and 17th of Sel). have been held in New Orleans, Motile and A Resort 'for-. Invalids.< .

WEST ENQCIBEK will commence on the tember was one of those dispensations of other places in favor of the Tcxonians,thus

19th of December,and with due acknowl- Providence which human intelligence can remarks: 'j

elements, for tho support which has already neither foresee nor prevent ; and one, who "Now to look briefly and impartially into *

? (' been given to his endeavors, the Editor could attribute the disasters which it occasioned this matter, we shall find that there is not SUBSCRIBER settled"
the slightest shadow of right on the side of TUB I
would express a hope that an avowal of his "to the absence of lights on the! the Texoniaus, nor one circumstance to on Indian Key, have deter.*

continue his coast or the existence of such as serve onlyas mined to open'a HOUSE for boarding ana
determination to undertaking call forth sympathy or commiseration A l lodging, and believing[ it to be one of the
may lead to a still ,more extended patron. dangerous decoys," must certainly want party of land speculators of our large cities most favorable '.situations in the United ;j

To his fellow citizens of Key West, not only a knowledge of tim event and the have cast a longing eye on the rich and fertile States for persons who are suffering from <
age. province of Texas,as they might have pulmonary,dispebtio!and numerous chronic r
[attendant circumstance but also that information
make known his resolution to
he can only ,
diseases from
done on Andalusia, or the county of Kent, and obliged to refuge ;
pursue that coarse in conducting the ENQVIREK as to the character of the people or the plains of Austrian Italy,or any other the chill blasts of a northern winter,he feels

as will in his opinion conduce mostto of South Florida, which would qualify him portion of tho globe whatsoever, which is safe surpassed in saying for beauty that Indian health Key and cannot climate.be

the prosperity of the Island and the goodof for the office of Censor evidently and unquestionably the property Frost has never been known here-thf I'

society, claiming for himself in further. That an increase of lights along the of some foreign power. These land spec thermometer seldom below 55 or 56 in win
ulators obtain tracts of land under the then ter, nor up to 90 in summer. It i. entirelr
ance of that resolution, without pretendingto Florid}*Rcef would I probably diminish the constitution of this foreign country, and exposed to the sea from every point of thv

infallibility, the privilege of candidly numb 'W J'a e' 'lrfcctl)' willing to admit, proceed with all the tricks and stratagems compass.

stating his own sentiments, although they and we Relievo the ofikcis of tho General usually resorted to in such cases to induc The fare of his table and bar shall be U' "
the market
good as will afford,and attendedby
may be at variance with those of a j portionof Government charged with tho administration American citizens to emigrate to their experienced servants. Private room

the community. The columns of the of the Light Houses throughout the newly acquired Territories. This done, for lodging gentlemen,ladies, and families-
and a large population of Yankees from The
paper will bet as heretofore, kept as free country are also of the same opinion, but the Eastern Slates, and backwoodsmen neatly diligent arranged.attention and undersigned industry to hopesby merit 1\

from controversy as possible.To we feel no hesitation in saying that an increased from Kentucky,'J'cllnesseeand Mississippi i the custom of his friends and the public

the friends of the EMUIHEII abroad, number of lights would not have being established in Mexico, these aforesaid generally 3. A. SPENCER.

a promise is made, that no means attainable contributed to tile safety of the wrecked land speculators endeavor by all moans to Indian Key, Monroe County Terri. l4DforT
induce the of Florida, November 7th 1835. \ it
by the Editor shall be left unemployedto vessels alluded to by the editor of the Flu general government to purchasoTexas
of the Mexican Government. This ErThe( ;: St. Augustine Herald. Charles-
convey to them through its pages, nil p ridian. Our experienced wreckers are fully notable scheme fails-and the speculatorsthen I ton Courier, Philadelphia Saturday Courier

'commercial intelligence originating in this acquainted with all the shoals, reefs and determine as a last resource to conquer and New York Advocate and Journal wilgie \

vicinity, particularly the earliest and most harbors of the coast, and yet their vessels the country on their own hook, calculating their the accounts above to five this,insertions omce for' payment.and forward.

authentic information relating to the wrecks were totally lost-blown ashore, their roasts that when they have done so they shall be NOTICE.

upon the Florida reef and the proceedingsof carried away, or uthcrwise injured while .enabled_._3..,_..n:. .I...to,.".........prevail... 'n.... II...on.,._. the"I'nnf..lnr..i"'......United..............,..,States...... fJ11 A.llliI,to:&: All .persons having demand_ against .the ,

the Court of Admiralty connected lying as was supposed in perfect safety.As then is the clue to the whole matter-circumstances agate of the county of Antonio ot Hillsborough racnoco deceased, are.. hereby, iaiv !

therewith-intelligence,which to merchants to the bold assertion that the present have caused the plot to explodea required to present.the same to the .undersigned

must always be of interest Tho decisionsof lights only serve as dangerous decoys,'' little too soon,and the engineers seem to And all those indebted to said e8 X
run some risk of being by their tate are required to make payment on ot
the Court are oftentimes of the highest eve give it as bold a denial, and express our own before
the 16th of
January 1836.
petards. They cannot as count
I importance, and no occasion shall be allowed firm conviction that there arc not within American rifles to drive the yet rightful enough lorJsof WM. DUNCE, ad'mr.

to pass without the publication of such any district of tho United States five as the soil out of their own country ; and NOT 16,1835.QUINTINA[51-U161 PACHECO.adm'rx' 1

decisions at length.All good lights as those within the district of therefore they make up a pitiful face and cry PASSENGERSPor .: !

communications to be addressed ley West. We doubt much it the editor oppression, and call upon individuals to Schr. Florida" ,for Cape Florida-R.f

(post paid) to J. ATKINSON.Key of the Floridian was ever within sight of shoulder their rifles and come to their aid, Fitzpatrick, and Wm. Marvin Esqrs. of
and inform them as an inducement do
Pleat, December 1836. tt.rll.vI' any of them excepting the two at Key that have millions of to so. Key West : te
they of acre*- Mexican
\* We should be happy to reciprocatethe West, and very probably were a chart of the lands be it observed-which they with Per Brig Somerset, from Charleston***
Mrs. Cold
Indian Mis4
family! Key
favor with any of our exchange papers coast placed before him could not even unequalled liberality will bestow on those' Molt of Nassau, (N P.) and Mrs. ;Clapp':

who, will insert the above notice. point to their positions. who shall aid them to conquer them. So and R. W.Cussansof Ie .
.. long as this matter rested solely with individuals from
Tho amount of salvage stated to have I Per Schr. Caledonia New PorVMr. -
VALVE OF TUB GULF wo took no part in tho
been received by the wreckers, is also incorrect I If American citizens Townsend, Lady and child.
thought fit as individuals -!
to have compiled for to-days Pcr Senr. Laura from Chaileston-Mr
being only about three times whatit to go forth on this crusade l
some information as to the value of the running Williams of Boston, and Lieut. Childs of
Commerce actually amounted to. $ROOOt14 may their own risk of being hungvd and acting Rev. Service.
annually passes between have been the value of the Cargoes and .on their own responsibility, government Per sloop Francisco from Havana-Mf, .
tins and Cuba in could well .\
port connection with the not interfere. If these chivalrous "
Mr. Wilson should have known more of the A. C. Tift of Key West.
'artide Fortifying West individuals had been caught
upon Key publish. warring --- ",
i ed 14th ult. We find the Island however,, integrity of our Admiralty Court than to 'against the Mexican authorities, proceeded Nalrine Eutellf&cuce.PORT i
have made any statement implying an against as robbers, murderers and land pirates 11" t.
too bare of
statistical tables to furnish us award by it of the whole amount save I ,and aa such been tmiereU for execution 0 It' KEY WEST

with sufficient data-a circumstance which The inaccuracies we have alluded to arc ,our government would of courso have ARRIVED.

we deeply regret. We venture the opinion sufficiently glaring, but "worse remains I left them to their fate. Prevent them from November 29-Brig Somerset Lewis
however that the value of going about their own business it could Charleston
the cargoes passing ml 4 days mdz. to master.
behind. What I
will the
patrons of the This affair is howr.vcr
changed in i 30 Mail
to and from our own ports on the Gulf Schr Laura, Walker, Charleston
alone, will amount to upwards of hundred Floridian say when we make known the tote; Mr. Caldwell, Bogart & Co., whose 24 days, mdz to 0. O'Hara, A. C.Tin
one f fact, that excepting the loss of four men Principals we doubt not may be found in and others.. ,,

millions of dollars per qnnum. from a fishing smack upset in the Gulf off propose organising,arming and I Schr. Hyder Ali,Gould, N York,9 days,

If any of our contemporaries are in possession Cape Carnavcral there were no lives lost importing at their own or their employers mdz to master.

of facts which would enable them expense an American force into the territories Schr Caledonia, Hoxie, New Port mdz
from on board of the vessels wrecked.- ,
of Mexico for tho avowed
of to master.
to estimate the value of the whole com. I purpose
"The Pcedcc" was a schooner upset i ie in .supporting armed rebels against a friendly) Sloop Ware, Providence 29
merce, we should be thankful to know thte.iult days Pro- .
the Gulf on her voyage from New Orleansto power. Nay, this is not all-the San Fe duce to master. .
::1 \PlLtv lipe, a vessel owned, armed, freighted and I Schr La \ !
..- Charleston, in August last and was never Fayetle, Fiveasb, Norfolk, 17 :. ,
navigated from the United States of Amer days bound to New
; MISREPRESENTATION. I in sight of the Florida! coast until fount Orleans. ,
". ica, goes out on a smuggling expedition to Rev. Culler Washington Lt. Beaufort
FLORIDA WRECKERS. I at sea and towed into this port. We do Texas, a province of Mexico, is very naturally commanding, from a cruise., t'o ';

1 It's an ill wind that blows nobody good." not believe that there arc as few lives lost on and properly stopped by tho Sloop Entorprize, Cruson, Tampa,Fish ;

"The wreckers of Florida will pocket large any coast in the world where wrecks Ire, a Mexican vessel of war of the revenue to F A Browne. j

.' profits from the calamities which have lately quently occur as on our own, for we really department the and immediately proceeds with December I Schr Herald, New York,
utmost froid
.I befallen the bold mariner on the coral 1 have never; heard of a single instance of the into New Orleans sang the to Mexican capture and bring 17 days, to matter.Schr. 1
revenue (
cut Blacksmith
reefs of that dangerous shore. The ediU I r. 'u ro.._____ Reef to R.
kind.We ". "'U ilU..
tor of tho Tallahassee Floridian sincerely hope that those of With exactly the Schr
L who our contemporaries some propriety might Camanchc, Ashy, New York, 19 I

lately visited Key West, says, the shore i is who arc generally in the practice a Baltimore clipper sail with a freight of days, mdz to master '

strewed with wrecks, and I that the salvage of copying EVERY article prejudicial to contraband for Deal tobacco, and a heavy armament 2nd Schr Johannes, New York,,15 da. :
or Dover, or any other English bound to St. Marks. ,
"will amount to near $200,000. Many Key lest, will for once, deviate from port and on being stopped by the British 3d Sloop Francisco Burrows
lives were lost, several vessels sunk, with their usual course, and admit into their revenue cutter, capture her and bring her to master. .,

every soul on board. Among them 13 i in columns this refutation of remarks so obviously into New York, or a British smuggling trader 4th Schr Ex|>crimont, Nickerson, New

"the Peedc. The same editor imputes. unjust and untrue UrtXJlV with a cargo of steel and broadcloth, Port, 21 days,oil and produce to master'

"most of these disasters to the absence L. takoour revenue schooners and carry them I Schr Fox, Norfolk, 10 days bound to
POPULATION OF NEW.YOJlK.-From the as prizes to Liverpool. It is a hard rule Mobile.
lights on the coast, or the existence of that will not work both ,1- l
and if this
New ways,
York Journal of Commerce of SAILED. .
such as serve only as dangerous rule were to work thus ""
decoys. October we should be a little November 29-Schr Florida Anderson
it ,
The above is extracted from the New appears that the population o f surprised if the affair were t6 end in smoke Cape Florida II' ,

York Daily Advertiser New York is about 264,OOO. Official re between Andrew Jackson and Great Britain. 30ih Sloop Relief Denison havarrr'"r ;
and ,
we must ex turns from three wards had 'flM moment", therefore lias Schr La .
press our surprise at the not been received arrived, Fayetle, Fivcaib, N,Orlan:..*.
intelligence it tho
contains but the result could not a government of the United States December-Brig Somerset.LewisSt.
particularly at it to have vary great must interfere or violate the ,
purports originated deal Tho annual increase since the .. -, first principle Marks. '
with the editor of the Floridian. of census 01 mionaiionai law. Every princip'e of Sloop Wcte, Apalachicola
1830 has
If we remember rightly, Mr. Wilson arrived fur whom averaged about '2,300-1 equity, justice nod m-irality call upon us Scbr Hyder Ali, Gould,TampA.

here on his way to Tallahassee from New allowing 12 Arsons to a house, to interfere for the prevention of this outrage Schr Herald,S.. Marks
York it require 1025 new houses to be built on society-nor is this aU,every princi Schr Camancho
the every -
on unday 18th October and of Ashly,Franklin, La.
pie of
proceeded policy,
year. expediency, and of self 6th Schr Blacksmith
his Coombs, Reef.
voyage on Monday the IDeA, Rev. Cutler
/ Washington Lt. Childs
and a* the vessel on board of which he CV.RJon ,
wa* RESUJ.T OF GAIN Commanding,on a cruise
FROM LOSvc :!.- ErThe mail
I passenger, came in directly from sea, v The London Quarterly Review for July I her of the second brought volumo of us the the AMZJUCAN first num- Scbr Caledonia, Hoxie, New Orleans.

presume be saw the "shore strewed will! states, that when the Russian i MAGAZTOE. Tfto Sloop Enterprise,Cruson, Havana:
of In- want of
array space lorbida Schr Johannes
wrecks, and the ,Mobile
two hundred thousand sasses our the
I noticidg
passed contents
through at length. Suffice
I Champagne 4th
they Sloop Burrow
dollars" transferred it to that Havana.
to the pockets of the took away six hundred thousand bottles! of say, it is fraught with nutter MEMORANDA.

wreckers, by means of Dr. Herschel'sfa. wine from the cellars of M. Moil of Epe- of The the work highest is interest to people generally. The schr William from New York bound" .

CTOUJ telescope or some other strong mag. ma)'i but te considers himself and if those who executed in a maaurl y style, to Atakanas, ran on the reef 30lh Nov in

nifier. From Mr.Vdson'* aLort stay, he the Joss, his orders from the North a gainer by sum of ram knowledge"are in favor of the difru- too vicinity' of LoooKey. Tho Rev. Cutter
could not have having will not encourage Washington aid a wrecking schr
ascertained from personal I more than: doubled since this publication went Io
what ,
then will her relief but
-a proof of! they encourage muter
observation, the truth( the statements he the goodness of the wino and the ? It has already a very extensive getting orT without asa encccedcd in
good circulation Btanco. The
is represented as setting nth-aod the on taste of the invading and there can be no doubt that of the Uilliara consisted cargo '
will of salt
army. It find ib << and
palliation we can find for such a tissue owtacci "' ..0.TZUs.Thel'iew .- of the Union.: war almost every corner empty hogshead
raeiees is the A small gifi topsailaclggnerWithgreen
probability of his .
having York Courier &. Enquirer .bottom and
been a white streak ipasaed;
C1 !totmed A walerraellon pea : to the
noticing the hte exhibited in I Westward
meetings which New OrKajn weighing 69 through the North West vas
pounds, sago on 3d instant

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----.---- the difficulties and dangers attending its tcr of the sloop Sarah Isabella, two fifths of <' La DclIo! AS3cmLtee "
I ,t IN ADMIRALTY preservation have been of an extraordinary the net} proceeds of the sales arising from finest texture and whitest, ) on paper of the
character it docs not feel authorized to that 5n r color. It IS em
Coombs et. al. Libellants 1 Libel go poji of said cargo and materials bdlished with
fltebnen. %i. L for beyond it in this instance. That proportion+ winch were saved in said sloop,,in full compensatid&rtfjF ; splendid Engravings on Cop
cargwmat rials&C saved from fbaac Sal- will therefore be decreed to the act ''is' in ,aU!! concerned and,interested per and Sire), executed by artists of the

The Ship Majeslic.- Smith, J vage. this case. therein '1l., { lvofR'. To the master of the highest skill and distinction,and cmbraciniA' v

t ,. the Respondent.Snerat.uits. A petition has been filed by the Respond schooner ilmn Denison two fifths of the every variety of subjects.-Among these ,

1 have been instituted in this ent (late master of the Ship) setting forth, nelt proceeds of the sales arising from that are illustrations of Popular Legends, K0. '

the materials Ac- of the that after his bhip( had struck upon the reef, portion of the cargo and materials saved mantic Incidents, Attractive Scenery
Court against cargo his and
erew acted with mach in the dis said schooner
for the recovery of compensatton fidelity in in full compensation to all portraits of Illustrious Females The
Ship '
' services alleged to have been charge of the increased lalo s which devolved concerned and interested at salvors in said each num.ber
M1 for commencing
upon them in the preservation of the schooner. To the quarter contains a
the property after master of the schooner
l4., of the
in saving
rendered property, and that for such and Amelia picture existing Philadelphia Fash-
stranded upon the Florida fidelity good two fifths of the nctt proceeds of :
Rgfi the Ship was suits aie all of the same conduct he intimated to them that they the sales of thatjioj Jj jon of'the said ons, designed, engraved and colored ex-
reef:, but as these would be cargowhich 'for this
and the Libellants rely upon to some compensation in was saved ,. 'ftd schooner, in full pressly work, by competent person*
character, as addition ...< I
testimony for a recovery in each, to their ordinary wages as seamen, compensation rt services rendered b) specially engaged for that: purpose. Tlc
+, the same have (for the purpose of avoiding un. he therefore prays that some compensation those! intcrejrFiSii'said> schooner in saving Embellishments of this charter which have

necessary they expense) been united in one gen- be allowed them for their extra labor and the same. Arid to the Libellants James appeared in former numbers, are confessed

t 114,1 I eral record, and will now bo disposed of by exertions. The testimony sustainsthestate Egan and Samuc1 Sanderson, for and on ac ly superior to any which have been furnish-
tl gcneraldecree. ment of Captain Smith, and shows! that count of all curperncd and interested as ed in other similar American
I one From the Ship's Log Book, and from other those men did, from the limo the Ship got salvors of the goods'and InRt ria.b;jirojight) and any from the publication '
i testimony adduced in the cause, it appears into difficulty,and until the cargo was remo I to this port in the schooners-MotlQjind Orion arrangements wInch have:
ved from her, conduct themselves with much and the been made, there is every reason to believe
that the Majestic, white pursuing a voyagefrom sloop Brilliant, one moiety of
1' New Orleans to Liverpool, was driven propriety, and labored with great assiduity the nett proceeds arising from the sales o f they will be improved in the coming! volumes.

by a tornado upon the rocks of the Florida in assisting to gel out the goods, and that said goods and materials, as a full compensation In addition to the several! Embel,

reef, on the night of the 16th of September during a part of the time, they had to work to them for their service in saving the lishments just referred to, every numle:

last; and that she bilged and partly filled in the offensive water in the lower bold same. contains several Engravings on wood representing

I with waterimmediately after striking, that It is too mach the practice with seamen to And it is further ordered and decreed, foreign and native scenes

her sails were almost instantly blown to pie consider themselves exonerated from all 1 I that the said Clerk, pay to Captain Isaac and interesting subjects natural cuuous !
ces, some of her masts and spars carried further liability to labor or other duty, i in Smith, late master of said Ship Majestic, liisloi'y:
I away by the! violence of the wind and the assisting in the preservation of the cargoesof out of the general proceeds of said sales, Entomology, Conchology, Humerous Inci'dent
others cut away for tho preservation of the the vessels to which they belonged afterthose remaining in the Registry after paying the ?, Ornamental Productions, Embroidery

i lading and the live of the crew, and in a vessels have been stranded and lost ; aforesaid salvages, fifteen dollars for each and other needle work, Riding, Dane *

few minutes she was a total wreck. That and in many instances within the knowledge and every of the seamen lately belonging ing, &.C., besides one or moie, pieces ef

in this situation she lay upon the rocks with of this Court, they have refused to laber under to said Ship as her crew, for their faithful 1 popular Music, :arranged for the Piano o:

bcrlowerhold nearly full of water until the such circumst cee, unless employedand I conduct in remaining with said Ship after'Ihe Guitar.

19tb. f September, before any effectual assistance paid ay those engaged in saving the was stranded,and laboring for the pre Every six numbers of the wotk form
Could be rendered towards saving property. A practice of this sort, it has serration of said cargo, and that after pay volume an
.t the cargo, in consequence of all the wrecking ever been the wish of this Court to suppress, ing the costs of this prosecution, he pay over elegant suitable for binding and
and to do it as far it has all the residue of with these are furnished gratuitous'a
vessels on the coast having been either as possible, constantly said money arising from superbly
driven\ on shore in the same galeor otherwise refused to allow leimbursementto said sales, to the said Isaac Smith as agent engiaved title page and a general
materially damaged by it. That on the 9th the salvors for money which they have,;of all persons concerned and iutcacstcd index of contents (fc p' The terms of thrLadifs

the schr. Fair American, commanded by the paid in this way,believing that such engage I I therein. JAMES WEBB, Judge. Hook arc three dollars iif advance.

Libellant Coombs,went alongside and succeeded ments made with the seamen of wrecked October 14th 1835.rauaruijr&Bxmam Persons remitting: Ten Dollars shall be entitled -'.

# in getting out a cargo, consisting of j vessels had a tendency to destroy that subordination _-__niBMrnaw_ niMgesu j..>JB to four copies of the WOJ k. Persons

bales of cotton from the upper hold of the which is at-all times necessary Git1A'r-NATIONAL WOHK.AMERICANMAGAZINl1. remitting Fifteen: Dollars shall be entitled
on board of merchant vessels, and
'and afterwards it could be more
as soon as
Ship, similar together with particularly so, when those vessels are in-,,, to six copies of the work, and additional;
done some
of the materials of the vessel, were taken volred in difficulty sod-distress. But while''' Of useful and Entertaining Knowledgeto copies of the best engravings. PCI ons

out by the Schooners Amelia and John Den the Courthas invariably condemned every 'I be illustrated by numerous Engravings. procuring Ten Kevv Subscribers, and f foi-

iron, and the sloop Sarah Isabella, all of thing like a disobedience of the masters \I DY THE BOSTON warding the cash for the mme, hlSidt's\:
which were brought to this port, principally orders by his crew, it has at the same time, IIBWICK COMPANY. I dis-count of fifteen per sect, shall Le
:. and free from damage.. That. the residue been disposed to encourage and reward extraordinary The success which has attended the publication ,DSM.In.l .....1. _...... .,f .!._ .1.1 -. 1.._ prebcau -r
dry ; ",all! LL ui UK ujiru volume <>:
of cupy
the best
fidelity and good conduct, when Magazines from the
th of tho cargo which has been saved was tiic'ti'eirsuperbly( bound.
displayed by the seamen under circumstances 1 English Press has led
subsequently taken from the lower hold by to preparations for -
the sloop Brilliant and Schooners !Motto and I of such great difficulty and danger. It j issuing a periodical more particularly adage lnOSrLTUOf

Orion, after it had lain from ten to fifteen has on several occasions rewarded I ted to the wants and taste of the American the Third Volume of the

jay under water, and had sustained very who were particularly deserving, and when I public. WJiilo it will be the object of the PARLOR MAGAZINE.
material injury. That in consequence of ever it has been known, that such has been :proprietors to make the work strictly what WEEKLY: paper devoted: to Liter
the A
tho two lower tiers of the practice, it U believed that it has had a ralureand the
Ship's being Fine Arts'the
cargo its title indicates, it will nevertheless' Drama,1:
effect ,
salutary the of con-
vessels ,
i upon seamen
of Tobacco in
composed hogsheads, tain alt articles of interest the Fashions; Talcs; Essays; ogropillca.
i water in the lower hold had become exceedingly similarly situated In the case now under to its patrons, I
1 { i offensive and dangerous to the consideration Court thinks, for the reasons which appear| in foreign Magazines. Sketches, ; the History of Women; llarrr-

{ ';': sons employed in getting out the per.I I stated, that some compensation should Etcf1sipreparations have been entered less Satire ; Review of New Works, &>. 1

saved by the three last mentioned vessels, be givens to the crew of the Majestic for into, both with artists and Author, to &c.; nnd embellished! : with supeiioi Kn,

and from the badness of the weather while their meritorious exertions, and as they furnish, from all parts of the Union, draw- gravings ; Fine Wood Cuts; Plato of tie

engaged, in rendering this service, and other were exposed to unusual danger and much ings and illustrations of every subject of Fashions, and Music. Price three dolari! %
causes the labor of the hard labor (not required by their ordinary
actora-wts much interest which the per annum, payable in advance.
V more, arduous than that which was experin. duties) for at least fifteen days after th@Ship confidently The! PARLOR
believe MAGAZINE is in tL
will enable them now *
they will t> alUwea one dollar to issue a toil
red bv the crews of those-vessels winch had per
saved the dryer and more valuable part of day each, is a compensation for that extra honorable to its title and acceptable to the meridian of its popularity; and as aSI.ifl'| '
the labor and service, and as an inducement to American People. hopes without a shadow, and cloudis! !

I From cargo.this state of facts, the question i is I' others, to pursue a similar course conduct I The American Magazine is published ''prospects' without a horizon, continue t<

presented To what compensation are the The Respondent has petitioned for a sale monthly-each number containing between cheer it on its way, we may reasonably ai.ticipale ,.'

t actors engaged on !board of these several of thai all the the proceeds cargo arising that hat from been' said saved sale, and be Ibrty and fifty imperial octavo page, at Two fur it a long day of triumph. 1-'I'
entitled for the services have
t vessels they paid over to him for the benefit of those Dollars per annum, payable in advance. general appearance, mechanical arruii; :':'prncnt
respectively rendered in saving this cargo It ', nnd typngiaphical execution it ,
interested after the payment of salvage and comprises-Portraits and Biographical up
this !
and the materials of Ship That the
the Sketches of justly assert its claims to rank tins
+ whole would have been lost without the I expenses. lie represents that the difficulty distinguished Americans-; among
performance of the residue Views of most beautiful periodicals in the UuittVStates. ,
of these or similar services, there !I shipping of the cargo Public Buildings, Monuments,
can ho no doubt, and consequently, all of from this to its original port of destination, and improvements ; Landscape scenery .---The Literary doiartmcnt.| is con

them are entitled to a liberal reward for and the expenses which it will involve, will the boundless variety and beauty of which tributcd to by many of the ablest! \vvriU'i I !

their exertions ; hut the circumstances under value he so great There, as is nearly much to destroy its entire in this country, will form an unceasing, in the country-men whose names, if tin jgave
truth and
which the labor was bestowed by the this reason in source of instruction and gratification Kn I us permission to use them, won! '
I representation. The '
original ;
different Libellants are in some respects voyage and i save oljh} ttfuublo of claim*
different and therefore has been broken up by the loss of the Ship, gravings descriptions of the character, circulating our '
materially equal and it is known habits &c. of Bird I on the public through the medium of
;t justice to all, requires, that there should be to the Court, that it is with ?, Beasts, Fishes, and a
; a difference in the proportion allowed for great difficulty and frequently impossible to Insects, together with every subject connected I prospectus.For .

salvage upon the articles saved by some | obtain vessels here upon any terms, to take with time Geography, History, Natural selection, the literary gardens of A',

these vessels. In saving that Portion of the cargoes to distant and foreign ports. Besides and artificial resources of the country, illustrated .America and half Europe are open to u-!

t cargo which was brought to this port by the the cargo saved from this Ship has already in a familiar and popular manner.: :so that if wo fail in this particular V.

4 Fair American, Sarah Isabella, John Den sustained great damage. Tho To. BOSTON BEWICK f feet must be only attributed to a taut e.'
bacco is CO.
VI ;; icon and Amelia, no extraordinary difficulw almost entirely lost, much of the '
No 47 Court t The( eLl asieions''
Street.03Editors l.astc.- shall meet te.!
is '
ties encountered the and a lame nortion of_ that......; j
were nor were ?
j i to any unusual or extraordinary paneaexposed which has been brouglltto this port, was. of Newspapers throughout cue attention. We 'have made orrallg'

kite hazard ; the cotton was taken principally, taken out of the water, where it had lain the United States, who will publish the' merits to obtain Ihp earliest intelligentefrom

from tho upper hold of the Ship, and but a many days, antis now in a perishing con foregoing Prospectus, and notice the con London and Paris, in respect to tin

i mall portion of it had sustained any dam, dition, and many of the bales which werenot tents of the Magazine from time to time i various chang, which! shall he inserted /
age by the water, and it is, of the entire I under water are in bad order from the shall be entitled to the first volume. .I soon as received. The Parlor Magazii.-:
t.. by far the most valuable That bursting of the bands and other injuries sus shall he
cargo part. Any occasionally emltcllishH \'I/
tained person remitting Agent mail !
these actors in their by them in the confusion of tranship /'hy ,/
were exposed persons ment to the smaller vessels while on the I post paid, Ten Dollars, shall receive six! beautiful engravings upon interesting SKI.jccls :;.
to and risk
property some danger as
well as to much hard labor in rendering the reef. The prayer will therefore be granted,j copies for one j ear-and continued alone ; and plates of the newest fashions-; ,

,. services which they have done, the Court is believing it to be to the interest of those as !the money is regularly forwarded. r plain or colored, as circumstances \\ ."

Iff] 1 willing to believe and admit, but thatdangerIA interested, that it should be thus disposed of. I( A Jl&e'rU price will be paid for appropri- permit, besides wood cuts in a great v:art: ,

r; r and risk may fairly be considered as an incident Wherefore it is considered, adjudged and ;lIe and well\\ written articles, or drawings and a piece tif original or well :l.kdGMusic :

S* to the occupation in which they are I decreed this District by the Court, that the Marshal' illustrative of national subjects, possessing,I at least r twice a month. 0
engaged, and are not in this instance to be advertize for sale at'!'interest. Subscriptions received at this'!1 Oz1-:;: Highly finished portraits of all! tl.'
public outcry for cash at the Warehouse of
ls; attributed difficulties to which any peculiar this! or'extraordinary from F. A. Browne, Esq., all the cargo and materials ., OCrThe:; work can be seen at the Office! great British and American peers, fim' m

all otbers presents. Under case all the apart circumr &c. saved from the Ship Majestic lately i I of the Key West Enquirer. I II Chaucer downward, are in preparainu: t ,

stances, the Court thinks, that two fifths ofl wrecked on the Florida Reef and that he I LADY'S I and will appear in the Magazine from tins: '
the nett value of the goods saved by each of] proceed to sell the same agreeably thereto 'A to time, with a general critique on the ci: ;

\ these vessels will be a fair and liberal com- on Tuesday the third day of November next,| monthly Magazine, containing Talcs, thor's works, annexed to each ; the JI('-"''-
pensationfortheservtces rendered in saving and that ho pay the nctt proceeds arising original nn-I l selected! Moral and Scientific and review of Shakspearc will be furl!

1 them. from said sale into the Registry of this I l:;sa\SJ Poetry, from the r best authors coming in February-Bryant's will foil \*
Court. It is
further ordered and decreed the '
As regards the Brilliant, Motto and Orion that tho said sales bA made and conducted Ladies1, Quarterly rr-prcsenlallon of'To this paragraph we would respectful I!
the circumstances unJer which the services in such a manner, that the amounts arising I'I adopted! in Philadelphia I call the reader's] attention, as the uncler!:!!.-

|t were rendered by them are in some from the sales of the separate portions of ; -colored. Music of the newest i ing i is one of the greatest expense and l la
materially different. &l' &c.
respects Their crews said cargo brought to this port by the different styles, I bor. The likeness- shall all be taken L\
had to contend with all the
dangers and dif vessels in Published regularly on tAr first day the
ficulties which the other-vessels engaged saving the same, he ofercry best masters' ;
encountered returned with the said into the Registry month by Lovw A. GODF.V crt Ab.jf.
\ increased too, by a worse state of the weather : money / The ;Magazine is printed on uper-r"; -
; and in addition to which the cargo that of the Court, except so far as relatesto ?MflVl? Buildings, Franklin 1'lacct I paper, ni quarto form, and stitched 1 i:1-: *'
portion of said and materials Phdadeljvux.
saved by them was taken from the lower cargo handsome
hold of the Ship where they bad to work in as wa saved and brought to this port by theschooners Embellished with a beautiful ond extc' II cover.
water Motto and Orion and the sloon V a"' t\r."v_ ".r nn _._....__ < n- Office.; .CJ'r Liberty-street, Ncw-YorK.
n- rendered particularly offensive and Brilliant, and that the proceeds arising (from ""- '"-v"siavin:;?, irom original n jn,** Editors i of Newspapers mo vv isi
injurious to health sand| selected
Tobacco by the large quantity of( the sales of the said last mentioned portion designs, both colored and I ot exchange with us, will oblige by cr

'Vthis ,
stowed in with
was plain two
bottom of the hold Beside which. the ar- of general said cargo account and materials of the be returned witha !j two distinct, indexes engraved intended tills pa ea, nndl i prospectus and forwarding their {ira.. l
same aforesaid ( to rct office.
ticles saved by them are so much injured, as And it is !lx
further ordered scpU'nto'olumcs in the- -
adjudged and also -
year) a choice
to render them of
less value in decreed FOR SALK.
proportion the Clerk
of this Court after collection of Music (
t to their quantity than those saved the ,(I original and selected, Lot of GROUND lately owned by
receiving money arising from said sales THE
by the other vessels, end arranged the piano or guitar with \ and
consequently one pToceed to pay out to those entitled nearly lOG feet front, upward
half of the nett value for which this portion I the same as follows : To the master to receive I iP Si'i' C3,1 large octavo letter lress. and of tOO feet in depth, with a grc t
: !
of the cargo will sell will not afford to the of the schooner Fair American, two fifthsof .only; THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. number of plantain, banana and other fruit

i persons engaged in saving it, so good a compensation the nett proceeds of the sales arista" from II I bach numbe rof this periodical con'ains i,trees, handsomely walled in, may be bad or

as two fifths of it would do were that portion of the cargo saved by ski?schr. 48 pigcs of extra royal octavo letter I tie most reasonable terms. To insure i"'

it uninjured s but as this Court hu never in in full compensation to all concerned and printed with clear, new, and beautiful press, purchase, lest than one third of its cost w>
ill decrees,exceeded that proportion,unless type, be taken. Appljtt this office.
therein as calvon.: To tho mass I(arranged after" It.>' r.upr Of the London I Oct. 10, J8J5. (45-istf.j

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