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Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: December 26, 1835
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
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BY J. ATKINSON. KEY WEST: FLORIDA, DECEMBER 26, 1835 NUMBER II.-VOLUME II.


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-= -= Vessels bound through the 1\OU,'.I t iO boundless variety and of which .
All beauty ,
1' nLBIII; WKI-.KLY ATriv The regular terms are held at Icy \\ est
on the first Mondays in May and November.COUNTY ,. West Pass, and touching at Key West for in this country, will form an unceasing
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the purpose of landing passengers, letters, source of instruction and gratification Engravings .
O(}:'r-uhF..t:: f bers at a distance! must pay inidvauce : : COURTS. or obtainugsupplies of provisions, wood or and descriptions of the character;
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or have an in this city' to ,
agent without being subject
The County Courts, having a limited civil water,shall depart of habits, &c. of Bird, Beasts, Fishes, and
the of tho master
AnvRRTiSEMRNTS inserted at rate the above ordinances, unless I
out Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of jurisdiction nndoriginnl jurisdiction in all. the said vessel shall request a pilot to take; Insects, together with every subject connected ,,(,
matters to Estates Guardians
ifleen lines,) for the first insertion, and relating ,: charge of such vessel and take her out over with the Geography, History, Natural HI
r: nvonlv-rivc Cents for each subsequent several Wards, &c. ties arc held by the Judges in the the Bar ; for which services he shall receive I and artificial resources of the country, illustrated J

'outinuance. All Advertisements! will be cOlin sClld-annually. the usual rates of pilotage. All pilots detained in a familiar and popular manner.

continued until othcrwi-.e. ordered. None APPELLATE COURT on board ot any vessel, by the re BOSTON BEWICK CO.
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will ''ic considered less than a square.t5 The Court :of Appeals consisting of the quest of her commander, shall receive for.iNo; 47 Court Street.fcSrEditors .

( :: :No subscription will be discontinued Judges' of the several Superior Courts is i each and every da)'s service three dollars i ()::: of Newspapers throughout
unless at the option of the Editor. until all.1rrCal'5 Fish-
his
) held annually at Tallahassee on the firstlorH1ay per day, over and above pilotage. the United State., who will publish the
are paid. Smacks and Wrecking Vessels shall not
All letters to the Editor on business, in January. )\\I Ing be subject to this ordinance.Sec. foregoing Prospectus, and notice the con.

must be Post Paid. OFFICERS OF-THE CUSTOMS. 4. Bo it further ordained, 'I bat any tents of the Magaeine from time to time,
---- vessel having passed the buoy on the Bar of shall bo entitled to the first volume.

l'LOHlD.OJlUCTOnY.. District of St. Augustine.-Collector, John tile North West Passage before Laying Any j person remitting the Agent, by mail,

Compiled for the Key West Inquirer. RoJmnn. been boarded by a pilot, shall not be obligedto post paid, Ten Dollars, shall receive six I

will be corrected and addition take the but in case a pilot
Any error District of Pensacola-Collector RobertInspector same ; goes copies for one j ear-and continued as long
made: on the! Editor's being notified of such on board by the request of her captain,then t
the
Mitchslls{ R. A. Mitchell. Surveyor as money is regularly forwarded
or omission. he shall) receive the usual pilotage.
error
"" Win. M. Loftin. A liberal will bo for
';ec. 5. Be it further ordained, That all I price paid appropriate -
EXf.(' UTI\'e.: Jamt vessels hound into the I'ortof Key West, and well written articles, or drawings,
District of :tit. Johns -Collector )
Governor, JOHN II. ;"'TII-l. Secretary, Dell. Horatio and spoken by a pilot, Boca Chica bearing illustrative of national subjects, possessing
GF.OROE K. W.U.KEK. Inspector, Dexter. North, or North W esterl) .hall pay full interest. Subscriptions received at this

District of St. l\1arks-Collector Jesse II. I pilotage at the same rates as though she had aj-Tho work'can bo seen at the Office I'.'
LCG IS 1.T V HI:. been brought in over the main ship channel. of the West
Willis Inspector (Burr II. Dural. Inspector I I Key Inquirer.
All vessels! arriving and not having beenspoken
Tile Legislative Council is composed of ,
Steele Da .
twenty-six incrnl'cjs' divided! among nineteen Augustus Tampa ) by a pilot before passing the above I R F. WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR.I t

Counties. a< follows. Leon fonr j illcamhia District of Apalachicola-Collector G. J. named limit, and being three miles from the I ESPKCTFULLY Inform the Printer
: Two ; Gad'dcn, Tau ; Jackson, Floyd. Inspector, W. U. Price., light house on le1.West, shall only be subject +of the United States, to whom they have
Two ; Jefferson Two ; St. Johns, Two ; to pay half pilotage ; but if not spoken long been individually known as established

Walton'' Washington, Franklin: Madison, District of Key West-Collector WilliamA. until after passing the aforesaid limits, in I Letter Founders, that they have now form.
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Hamilton, Columbia, Alachua, Ouval, Nassau Whitehead. Inspector and that case she shall be exempted from payingany cd a co-partnership in said business, and

Mosquito, Ilillsborougli, and :Monroe, Collector, Adam Gordon. Inspector Deputy Stephen pilotage. hope from their united skill and experience,
One each. It. Sec.:! 6. Be it further ordained, That all to be able to give full satisfaction to all who
Mallory.
Ganger, William II.Temp.Wall. Weigher and vessels arriving through the West Pass, and may favor them with orders.

M l} ngress Josr.rii M. WHITE. Charles: M. Wells, George E.Appraisers Weaver., the East end of the Dry Rocks, to the The introduction of machinery in place

:' Inspectors, Charles Howe, Indian Westward of Sand Key, bearing Southwest:: of the tedious and unhealthy practice of
nr.F.CTioNS. A 'John Dubose) Capo Florida. Key. shall pay full pilotage, but if not spoken un casting type by band, long desideratum by
The elections for members of LegislativeViimctl til passing the aforesaid limits, and being the Eurepeau and American }'ounderapas,

/ take place annually on the second nAN KS. three miles from Kegest' light, only half by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure

\Monday: in October ; and Delegate to Con Dank of West Floridapalachicola char pilotage shall be recovered, but if spoken of time and money, on the part of our .
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press Biennially on tile first :Monday in teed 1029- apital. $500,000. after passing the aforesaid limits, shall be senior partner, first successfully accomplished. 1
May. exempted from paying pilotage. Extensive use of the machine cast letter i
President. fa! .....lii..nr_. ._
-r -- Sec. 7. Be further ordained That all baa fully tested and established its superiority

JUnif'IAKY. Hank of PcnsacoSa pilots who shall bring a vessel into this port:, in every particular, over that caste
Superior Court, "having, Admiralty Ju ital Chartered/ 18J1- -Cap shall be entitled to carry her out,unless th by the old process.
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$2,500,000. commander can show good and sufficientcause The Letter
ri04.iction.EASTr.n.'I President, Walter Foundry business will hereafter
: DISTRICT-comprising the Callin.Gregory. Cashier, to tho contrary. Any vessel arrivingat : bo carried on by the patties before

Counties of :Nassau, Ht. Johns, Duval, Cohtinbia this port without a pilot, shall have liberty named under the firm of White,II aga I' &co.
Alachua, HilUboruugh and part of Rank of St. to depart without a pilot, unless the cap Their specimen exhibits a complete series
:Mosquito., Augustine. Chartered 1831, tain shall wish one. from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book

.fudge, Hon tit T RA nlO%t> REID. Attorney, Capital $300,000.Not Sec. B. If any pilot shall speak a vessel and News type being in the most modern
( in
THOMAS! Dollar 1Ss. Marshal, StMUEt.BLAIR. yet operation.) bound to this port, outside the limits, and light and style.

Merchants nnd tho captain of said vessel shall refuse to White, Hagar & Co. are agents for the
I I Tallahassee Planters Rank of Florida, take a pilot, he shall be liable to pay full sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press

Tho regular terms are held as follows :-1 Chartered !U'32. pilotage and the pilot so speaking him shall es, which they can furnish to their custom

For St. Johns and! Mosquito Counties, atSt. President Capital $200,000. be entitled to carry said vessel out, unless ers at tho manufacturer's prices. Chases,
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Augustine: on the second Mondays in Cashier, the captain refuses to take a pilot out, in Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every

March and October. For Nassau County, Central flank of Florida which case the pilot shall be entitled to half article used in the Printing Business, kept
on thi, second Mondays! in April and! November. Chartered! 1 W3Z Tallahassee, pilotage out. ; for sale, and furnished on the shortest no
Capital $1,000,000. Sec. 9. All pilotage shall be recoverable tice. Old
For'lachuaColumbia and II ills- President, Ben Chaircs. typo taken in exchange for new
borough Counties, at Newnansville, on the A. Cashier, Leslie forthwith before any justice of the,peace at 9 cents per pound.N. .
We \pril and November. And for Duval f.'oun- Commercial Dank of-Florida said vessel or boarded her outside of the the above three insertions, will be entitled
tr at Jacksonville the first :Mondays ir Chartered 1832 Apalachicola,! prescribed limits, and that the captain of to Five Dollars in such articles as they may
lay and December. Chancery terms are (Not -in Capital $500,000. said vessel refuses. to pay pilotage or half select from our specimen.
hold at St. Augustine on the second Mon- yet operation.) pilotage, in or out as the case may be. ,
,lays in July and September Union Sec. 10. All pilots shall have! a good and
Rank of Florida DRUCE'SNEw-YoaxTYPE FOUNDRY
i Tallahassee
Chartort'd
sufficient pilot boat to cruise outside of the
MIDDI.F. DISTKICT--Comprising the Counties J JJ-Capital: $0,000,000. Reef, and the name of such pilot boat shall Ab. 13 Chamber it. near Chatham.
President John G.
of I.pon, GacUilen, Hamilton, J etrcr'lon'Joel Parkhill.Gamble, Cashier, John be painted in legible letters in her mainsail THE price of five line Pica and
plain an
I' Madison. with the number of her brancn underneaththe
tiquo is educed to 25 cents a Ib, and Six
Judo, TuoM'M Rwni.r. ,Attorney farmers Rank of Florida, Mariana, Char same. line Pica and larger to 20 cents, thereby
t JAMES! D. \VL 'rcorT. Marshal, TIIOMISESTIN tered 18J4-Capital[ $71)OUO. making these perfect metal types cheaper
"! n.\\"DOr.J'H.: GREAT NATIONAL WORK. than
(Not in operation.) any other.

f tt'rDlli-e ...- AMERICAN MAGAZINE This foundry has had added lately to its
The regular! held as follows Bank of Jacksonville, Chartered 1135.< former unparallelled assortment several sizes !
f For Hamilton County at on the first Capital $75,000. Ofu-ifful and Entertaining Knotcledge of Shaded, Condensed and Ornamented
i Mond.iys in June ami December. For be illustrated by numerous Engraving.BV I Types
- (Not yet in operation.) u : bv which Printers at the letter-cress
Madison_ County, at San Pedro, on the _._ --- --- --- I I THE BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY. are enabled to rival the impressions from
i Tlmrvlays after the first Mondays in June For the information of transient vessels- -) I Tho[ success winch has attended the publlicntion copper-plate in beauty fancy and tasteful t+
l arid December. And for lie remainder of passing Key: West display.
we give the i
w till following: of (he best Magazines from tho
District at Tallahassee on the first rate of pilotage, fur this ,
place, as estab The assortment embraces
t Kngliah Press lias led 250 sizes
Mondays in Api it and October. lished by the Court. to preparations' for or
County issuing periodical more varieties, (rom 12 line pica to pearl, of Roman

WESTERS DI'iTnlcT-Compri5in the Do it ordered by the County Court, that, all 1 t ted to the wants and taste particularly of the American adap Italic, Black, Antique, Italian, Title, {

County ur Escambia, Walton, Washington Vessels shall be subject to the following: public. Whilu it will bo Condensed Shaded, Backslope, German
Franklin and Jackson. rates of Pilotage.Sec. the object of the Text, Ornamented,Music,&c. and also Pica .

Judge, Jon:,'; A. (.' I. All vessels of War l proprietors to make tho work strictly what Fractions, Superiors, Space Rules, As
GEORGE W ALKER. Marshal.UIF.RO"ttorney., J. W. .:Xl' I. drawings and not more PER FOOT its title indicates, it will, nevertheless, con- trouomical and oilier Signs, Ornamented t

than 14 feet, $: 00 lain all articles of inters to its patrons, Dashes, Long Brace",.Brua Rules, nearly
The regular: terms are held as follows Drawing 14 and not more which appear in foreign Magazines. 300 Borders and more than 1000 Cuts or

For c.un'ja' County, at Penacolaon the than 18 feet, 2 25 Extensive preparations have been entered Ornaments for Newspapers, School-Books,

first Mondays in May and \overnber. Fur Drawing IU and not over into, both with artists and Authors/ to !and Scientific works.
Walton (County on the first oJl feet, 2 50 furnish The lubcriberdnrni.h
Monday in froze all parts of the Union, draw Composing-Sticks,
March and third Monday in November. Over 21 feet, U 00 inks and illustrations of Cases, Chases, Galleys, Furniture, Paper,
For Wasifa ton County on the second Sec.:! 2. Merchant: Vessels interest which every subject of Ink,all kinds of Printing Presses, and every
Monday in March and: fourth Monday in i drawing 5 and not the publishers confidently(article required in a Printiug-Office, at the .
Ixjlievc
November For Jackscn County, at Mariana over twelve feet, shall > I'ER FOOT will enanle them to issue a work I manufacturers'prices. They also execute

on t >e thirl Monday March and the pay, $1 50 honorable to its title and acceptable to the orders for Stereotyping

first Monday in December And for Frank All above 12 and not over American People. Printers of Newspapers who publish this

lin County on the first Monday in April and 16 feet, 2 00 Tho American Magazine is published advertisement (with this note) three times

Thursday ber. after the third Monday in Decem All over 16 and not above monthly-each number containing between:I before the end of the year 1835, shall receive -

18 feet, 2 25 forty and fifty imperial octavo payment when they make a purchase
All above 18 feet page,at Two
shall ( the Foundry of four
rom times
pay 2 50 Dullard the
per amountof
annum
fj'yfcAjTLj.l.DlnR-T -Compriiing the payable in advance. their bill. CEO.
Sec. 3. Vessels BRUCF.
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Co i.ify I w ?art of Musq'titu. the Norta West arriving Passage or departing thro1 Sketches cOUf'ri -Portraits and 1liograpbicalr Ncw.York, Aug. 22, 1835. 4t

Judge, J.ulV.:88.. Attorney, WILLIAM :feet or upward, and drawing (ou of distinguished Americans T ....
MARVIN. Manual), THOMAS EJSTI. j:1 after mentioned,except shall: such as are herein Views of Pubic| Buildings( Monuments, JOB WORK EXECUTED ATthis
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j I 'J for her salt sweet voice way llexichaving arms with for that:'
,: AND WO. pause reply, .
YES
: Till: INQUIRER An examination into
heard to whisper, yes! porposc. the circum
: ,1 t In the year-, never remembrance mind tlc year differ, but Let the cold hearted sneer,and the proud KE Y WEST FLORIDA : stances of this affair is about to take place "
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our
+ iUwas within revile. Time sufficiently proved that Caroline
hate to be in immediately ; we can therefore at ;
,! with Bvron Tor we particular present ;,
in what she did. In the
was right IftEIl 2G 1835.
SATUJtDAY, DI:CI: ,
dates;' they ,tell !sad' tales of us old bachel- midst of her maternal happiness -- ----- --- ------- give no further particulars regarding it." I.
many years
foes to our youthful reputa'tion : The arrivals of the last week have been I
worse
and are
lors
' i cfter, she proudly owned she never had The depridations: complained of, we have: 1
hairs for ,their effect
t. than/ even gray few in number and devoid of interest
reason to regret that she sacrificed her ; we consisted S
, I understood, in the
hidden under appropriation
I cannot be even a peruke pride, rather than lose the man of her heart have, consequently, to ask the indulgenceof
I but to return' to the story ; in this unmentfonablc -, I of some poultry and stock to the useofthr !

s year lined Henry-, a .Q.tmgi TEST-OF LOVE.At onr readers for not supplying them with vessel.! We have also learned that: the
I of fortune and considerable our usual of matter.. I II
man personal the time Francis the First of France variety j I crew and passengers were in confinement,,
I beauty-pshaw, men never have any beauty was taken prisoner at the battle of Pavia -<) ,
: his manners were unexceptionably elegant FLORIDA lRl TORY I and were expected to be examined the day
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of his officers the valorous Chevalier
one
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and his nature ardent and loveable Bauregard smitten of the charms of an As we wish the Directory on our first I the last vessel left there. !

At the time we speak of, he was about to Italian I lady, named Aurclia ofa noble page to be as correct as possible, in order Since the above was written and extnr I
the of his heart and indeed I
united
bo to girl ,
however highly we might estimate the : family, declared his love to her.-Aurelia, that it may be serviceable, we would thank, made, we have been put in possession ot 1

good qualities of Henry, Caroline richly ''although she was flattered by the declaration our friends and exchange papers in Florida, the Royal Gazette, of the !2th! 3 days later : I
refused
deserved him, were he ten times what lIe ground ,ofthe levity his of the pretensions French characterand on ''he to point out any errors or omission. in which we find the following parr.- I

their national indiscretion. The 't:1'hc: graph.
was.She orphan, anti! though her cousin Philadelphia Saturday ( 'ourier calls
was an ( extreme violence of the Chevalier's love "We stated in our last the arrival lien
George stood high in her regard, yet Key \\ cst a mall reef of coral rock"!!!! ,
him : of II.
M.
urged to the .
had held uncontrolled propose to lady to put din charge Brig Serpent, of h.hrigantinc
long posses
: sion Henry of her heart. George was strongly his constacy to any proof she should think We are glad to see some appellation applied I Matawampkeag, under the accusation

attached to his pretty cousin, and though proper. Aurelia accepted the proposition, to it other than sand bank,' but why not of having landed at Eleutern bom

Henry did (as lovers always will,) fancy it and engaged to marry him if he consentedto say at once that the Courier is sufficiently i ( passengers with arms, who had been grills)
be dumb for six months The Chevalier :of improper conduct towards the inhabitant
arose from something warmer, yet truth to large to cover it 1 \ff
y it was but what he deemed his fatherly promised, and from that moment never there-: the passengers found on lir-ari!
say .opened his lips. He returned to Pans this vessel are said to be about 180 ,m
cousin.
duty to his orphan The editor of the Boston Post
in the :among his friends and relations who lamented Morning number, English, Americans, Poles, am*
Their wedding day was a jubilee
his misfortune. Bauregard expressed advises any one who wishes the winter t to Germans, who have been all landed, :and
round
whole
k place. The country assembled
to see them joined, and satins and muslins himself only by signs; physicians were pass quickly, to" give a note to the Bank I except some+ of those who arc officers, liavu'

to an unnameable extent, had been for sent for; he refused their assistance. The for ninety day, and spring will come as been placed under military guards-the one

many weeks under the dress maker's hands. captive king was at length restored to his soon as he is prepared for it." He "appears assuming the command is Col. Stanley, a
people-but his at his return was les- man of handsome military and
2' Bridesmaids and in the requisite i.1 joy appearance
groomsmen be well
sened to acquainted with the sorrows ofa
; number attended, for our bachelor con by the unfortunate Chevalier, who gentlemanly c.lrcss-Ihe examinations of
without the was honored with the king's particular mercantile life, for it was the same editor, the Col. and others were going on for the
i dition has left us a lady, ( oracles
; on these matters,) to consult with as friendship Francis sent his best doctorsto we believe, tvho stated that while perambulating last two days at the Police Office, but of
his favorite who this time their which little is known-wo have not
accepted yet
to the necessary quantity, but whatever th in a brown study the streets of
number ought to have been, it was there emedicinesbut,I' to no effect. The king's oston towards the last of February, pondering heard of any further evidence: against these
for all was strictly orthodox. I attachment went so far as to employ even persons being received from Eleuthera, ex-
The party assembled at the altar-the: the Charlatans, who in his time as well as and wondering upon the result that ccpt that published last SatindayCHRISTMAS. /' a '

minister opened his book-and all was at present, pretended to possess specifics would attend his having the payments that --
'deathlike J silence and expectation. Smiles' for evils He even called those who dealtin would have been required of him on the X 1It .

were on every face, but the lips were clos charms-but to no purpose. All the 29th 30th and '31st of another month, added tt'a5said by some Poet of the old world,

;M : ed. Wishes and thoughts were struggling court were hopelesst fhis cure, a fair fortuneteller 1 to tho-e legitimately belonging I to that had he the making ofa nation's ballad l.+'
in tho minds of most but utterance was presented herself, and wrote to he would
the yield willingly to one she
1st March, in of there any
f denied. George Mood close to his cousii tho king that she would undertake: the consequence
and looked into l her pale face with eyes that, restoration of tho Chevalier to his speech. I being: only 28 days allotted by the calendarto privilcgcof making its laws; and cert >ul!;,

h bei'ute I with the tendercst affection Being sent for, sho was introduced to February, he met a Porter heavily laden. the exercise of authority over our fellow:

,i '. The minister proceeded' Wilt thou Bauregard, when she addressed him by the In his abstracted state oi mind, collision mortals, however gratifying to man's auiu.

i a'to' and on concluding, paused lor a re- sigle word-"peak!?* Bauregard immediately was likely to ensue, when the Portcr"ith. (ion, produces no satisfaction comparablewith !
p'y; f Hcary aroused, as from a temper recognized in the stranger, his
that derived from contributed
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+ beloved Aurelia who had more energy than politeness expressed his having
,
N trance, gazed on the cousins with a wavering long witnessed ,
t t eye, nnd after a momentary struggle, his constancy devotion. Francis was intention of "knocking him into the middle to their happiness, c? from having shed a

I r, answered deliberately, Not I Language cannot sensibly them affected at the event, and presented of next week," unless he got out of I ray of light and joy outness upon the path,
the and emotions that with a rich marriage portion. I of and destined be trodden !
convey scenes ,his Our man of discomposed way care anxiety to
means
It is way. no way
followed ; the fainting girl was borne away not now-a days that men become: I those who to follow/ think
arc
dumb for doffed his hat and with bow by us.e
love, though their a
by her friendsand Henry haughtily retrod many keep
silence from interest. that would have done honor I therefore, if such sublunary feelings arc
Their to
+II I The aisle, and drove to his home. arc few a drawing
,l i\\ On the following day George and Hen Bauregards in the present age. loom, exclaimed, "Knock mo thither safe compatible with spiritual existence, thai

.< ;, ry met; their pistols were given them and A rare chance-don't all speak at once. and sound, my dear fellow and 1 shall be the spirits of our forefathers mus experience

t, the signal' made, but only one fire answeredit. "A respectable widow lady offers herself asa your debtor for life. f i/' no little gratification when looking
\ The air then received Henry's shot t candidate for .
,
matrimony" in the New upon their posterity; fur to us, it stems &
t and tho seconds of courso refused to reload. York Herald. She is thirty of FROM NASSAU.
,
years age, matter for felicitation that those who have
A year passed away, when at a ball the t has one child-is not beautiful, but oft By arrivals the last week from Nassau
before to the vale of oblivion shodi'!
lovers met again. Neither joined in the t interesting personal is gone us
appearance- not l t
i ) /piety around them, and while all else:: were t showy or gay, but plain and unassuming we heard of tho detention of an American !1 have left such pleasing mementoes of ,their

a intent upon the dance; Henry stood by the. in her dress and manners-her habits are vessel at that port, bound: to Texas, in con having existed, as arc presented to us i is:

aide of tho insulated girl. None but a industrious, character fair, and connexionsgood. sequence of those on board of her having those periods specially selected by them

lover can depict a lover's pleadings, so we t Her fortune offers no inducementto been guilty of some depredations or misconduct
t of course omit them. lie begged prayed f for festivity, and social enjoyment, which
speculators-her chief merit consists i in at the Island of Elulhcra.
entreated to bo heard; he swore by his a decidedly amiable disposition, and domes Our attention mark the modern calendar. None of these

l honor and his God, ho never contemplatedthe tic qualifications. Her father is to open all his since been directed to tho following periods arc fraught wth more pleasing recollections

injury ho had dono her, bat that uncontrollable letters addressed to her, and forward such notice of the affair in the l Ho'alGazette I and realities than that on which'

e feeling when he gazed! on her and only, as are written in a style suitable lor of 9th inst. we have just entered, commencing with the
her cousin, compelled him to utter that her perusal. The chance is a In last
:
pretty goodone Saturday's Gazette
i word'No, and he would submit we published l day on which a large:; proportion of thee
:1 withering but as in these days of speculation} "a :
to every humiliation in the power of fortune is no objection," her charms would the account received by his excellency th i Chiistian world join in commemorating ,tLe,:

,.J" revenge to describe} to be permitted once Cf'rtainlyappear more striking if they wcic : Lieut. Governor, of depridations on the birth of tLc! Saviour of man jnd. The

j Ag&inio seek her friendship only. Regain backed by a few estates on Broadway, or a land and on a vessel, at the east end of'['I old cannot forget the days when they

i p ing her possession, Caroline calmly largo interst in the stocks-which arc generally : Eluthera, by a piratical brig, about eightdays I were young,' and still dwell, with a pleat
told him tho insult had been too gross, the considered the best kind of
+ t ;, the disgrace too marked and public for anypeniunco look at a lady through.Boston spectaclesto Post. ogo, and the: sailing on Friday last of f I ure that time cannot dissipate, upoa tl-

i to remove. i DRESS ,the schr Anna, with naval and military i gayeties, till joys, which theseason brought!

She had been for a whole year, mocked I Simplicity of dress is like modesty of force, in quest: of the marauders who had [when life with them was new;' and the

and teemed at, as the rejected one;" and manners, the husband of grace. Gorgeous been guilty of the outrages represented to!.,young, wrapped in the present, arc but too
IL M never again: should her lips be opened to distract the have been thus l I
| ornaments imagination of the committed. The wind and j well disposed to seize enjoyment as it flies,
him or 'his presence permitted, until ho hadsubmitted observer and tho -like|
wearer the silk
i ; worm, weather having rendered it allow
p to the self impracticable to such an occasion for the exercise
same public shame! is hid amid her own magnificence But
tt Not one word more was allowed\ him, and a decent garb, concealing those beauties for H. M. Brig Serpent, <''al1. Nepeane, to: of nil the light feelings of their hearts to

j the wretched young m
the ordeal. observation, and harmonizing, with a virtuous .I when it becoming more moderate, the Serpent however, of writing an essay on the subject.

Once wore the neighbors assembled at mindthis is the dress that we should was warped out to sea, and sailed, in The bright das of man's existence are
tho Village Church, though with d G recommend to the fair sex and which
very + ; combined search of these depridatois. This
morning but few, and it behooves 'him to profit Ij
t' 1 rent feelings. Jeers and jests flew buz. with a modest demeanor, is moreattractive
zing about like flies on a summer day- than the cosines of Venus! the Serpent returning, with an Amen I them all. Let therefore, the Christmas

Henry olono seemed sad and miserable A woman in tho country went for a i I jcan Brigantinoin company, one out of 25 gambols be hailed with unclouded brows

amidst that host of mirth, and when the" pound of candles, when to her astonishmentand i sail which had been boarded since Sunday"j,hand with cheerful hearts let young and old

t service began, it was amusing to see hi sf mortification, she was informed that and winch proves to be that which had I enjoy the innocent and I happy festivitiesthat :

statue' like appearance contrasted with the they had, risen a penny in the pound since I been at Wuthcra. This vessel i is the Ma- derive their grC3tcst attraction from on
laughing satyrs around him 'fhe reproved she last purcliased them. UWhy"sayuhc
I ,. tawamkeag, Jeremiah lliggina from of the best and most social
mirth almost broke out into intcmjieratcani "what can be the cause of such an exorbitant master interchange : "
-* boisterous laughter, when the question rise of a penny?" "I can't tell," says'New Y rk bound to Texas, with a number feelings our nature.A..J, \!

( was put to her, wilt thou have this nun the man, "but I bclhe that: it i is principally I of men, who are said to be new levies] -. ..

to be thy wedded husband," but it char' owing to tho war." "Why, curse them," to join tho people of Texas in defending, ( -'fhe New Orleans True America.

t: :1't". CJ.'t"1 to utter astonishment when, in the cried she ado they tight by candlelight" 1 that Territory against tl.o Government has appeared in quite an enlarged form.

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VOLUNTEERS FOR '1 EXAS. main root of tho tree, is that which sup. NOTICE:

,' ports it; but if that be cut away, it will Six weeks after dato,application will be
Those gentlemen who ore enrolling theirnames }
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The October number of the American find a thousand minute fibres still clingingto
in and all made to tho County ,Court of Monroe
3tagazuie,1120 receipt (which, we acknowledged companies, imbatking in .tho soil of humanity. An absorbing
for letters of administration, (the
I the "pride and cncumstancc of war" to County pn :
t, week of this passion may fill up; the soul, and, while! it
last ,contains a notice : join the Texians, seem to forget that they the various estate of Darius Clapp, dec.
,: mathematician! of the second century before I arc infringing tho laws of their native land lasts, may throw a shade over multitude of MARY ANN CLAPP.Icc .
and tho infinite
the Christian era, with a plate intended to I That they are doing .vo, is evident to us obligations kindnesses and tender associations that hindus 19, 1835. [l-Gt] 'I. 'T_

represent him standing on a pedestal, surrounded from the wording of 2d section of the act to mankind; but when that fades, these Election Notice. 1

mathematical mechanical 1 of Congress of 20lh April 1818, which to twinkle in tho firmament of life,
by and : are seen Notsco is hereby given, that an election
provides that If shall within. t
instruments, many of them of his own inention the any poison of tho,United as the stars shine after the sun has gone. for Clerk of Monroo County Court, Sheriff (
territory or jurisdiction the liJlies f and Coroner will be held
down. Even the brute, and on Monday the lit -
\ pointing to the Globe supported on States, enlist or enter himself, or hire o r the field, that neither toil nor spin, put i in day of February 1836, at tho following pla

tho end of a lever, and underneath, is the retain any other person to enlist or enter their silent claims ; and tho heart that t ces under the superintendence of the following 't,
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retrark said to have been made by him i in himself, or to go bc"ollcltllc liuuts or jurisdiction would have spurned the world settles qui Inspectors. '
of the United States with intent to In West at the House.
,
Key Engine
all tho pride of mental superiority, "GI"eme etly down again upon its bosom.HALL. I
be enlisted or entered in the seivireof any .., Inspectors.
a spot whereon to rest my lever and I foreign state district ROBERT R. FLETCHER.
prince, colony, or O -WE have had two arrivals from New
\villniovcthc world. people, as a soldier, marine or seaman, onboard ALEXANDER PATTERSON..
It has reminded us of some observationsof of any vessel ol war, letter of marquo York during the last week, both of which I ASA P. TIFT? '' '
At Indian at the store of J. Ilousman
Key
Btilwcr in his England and the Eng privateer,every person so offending,shall I should have brought us the President's I .
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be deemed guilty of a high misdemeanor; Inspector
lish" in allusion to the gullibility of the aid: be f fined not exceeding one thousand j Message, but we have been disappointed CHARLES HOWL h.
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world in general, ns the adoptionof dollars and JACOB HOUSUAN. "> ,-; n', '
respects imprisoned not exceeding three and must remain in ignorance awhile long LEMUEL OTIS. .
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'i the sayings of great men. The bc t years.:" ...
cr of what is to be the result of onr difficulties At Key Vacas at the store of Wm 'Whitkthead. '
sample of the vitality of a fine saying," The' only persons excepted nom the operation ,'.::?. tt

says he," which has the advantage of being of the above section, arc f foreigners, with France&c. &c. Inspectors

transiently within the limits ol the United We take occasion to to our friends WM. WIHTEIIEAD.JOSEPH .
f a fdlacy is in the ever hacknied piece of I States. say BETIIELL.

J nonsense: atliibutrd to Archimedes! viz: Wl.UAt along the Reef, that we will always be obliged WM. BETIIELL. .

f j that lie could! move the earth if hu hud a The Nassau rsdcal liberally in rcIkctions to them, for any newspapers or information Given under my band aud seal this 96th t

place at n distance from it to fix a prop !for against the slave holders in the from vessels day of December A. D. 1835. ,
they may procure passing By the Judge: '
his luvci'' -and persons whenever they meet I United Stalcs.'t'his is really too much! I 'V. R. HACKLEY.'
and also, if they will furnish us withan
with it take Archimedes for an extraordinary I How long is \it since\ per force, and not of ; JOS. A. TIIOURON, Clerk, M. C. C.CUSTOM .
account of all vessels spoken &c.
great man, and cry Lord how wonderful their oicnfrce will, have they rclinfuislledslu'ery HOUSE, Kitr WEST','t

!" Now if Archimedes had found ? Their police reports, as given in Wo thought the '[ e'allalrassce Gazette & Proposals Collector's will Office bo received, Dec. 26th at this 1835.offices (

I JIM place, his prop, and his lever, nnd if hel same papers, showing the charges and punishments General Advertiser" was forthcoming thi ..until 12o'clockM. on Saturday 9th January

l could have moved with the swiftness of a against the black population of winter. Another abortive attempt to start for building a cistern that will"eon lain
6000 gallons or thereabouts, on tho
f cannon ball 480 miles every hour, it would I the Island, do not give exalted ideas of the an additional newspaper in that cityVe house premises at Cape Florida. light 1

have 'aken him just 44,9G ,540OOOoOO amelioration of the condition of the blacks presume. The cistern to be built of brick in a substantial .

years io have raised the earth one inch? Charges for j 'drunkenness, running without.manner and cemented within rand' i

We cannot vouch for A friend at our elbow wishes to know
the correctness of from labor
away impudence and assault Tho proposers will include in their estimates
.Mr. iJilwer's statement, but wo know not t and battery are more than common. One what has become of the Key: Weal: Fire the expense of repairing the old water !

which committed the greatest folly, Archimedes i is punished for assaulting: Ensign Richardson Engine required.cenducters W., or constructing. WHITEllUAD new ones, if

in making the remark, or the man in the streets!! Bless us! how impudent JUST -0.0-Koft Gims. Arthur Collector and Sunr. Int. Lights. i I
THE THING -
who made the calculation to prove its fal-I- these while people are! may become Adlington, of Providence.advertises in the n2-8w

lacy; more than in Journal of has The subscriber is attorney in fact for
W' W pleasantry Iho Bahamas. At that city, that he invented a Felix
: C. Ruby, all indebted
J: X' r all events, till sonic good evidence can be machine which he calls a -spark catcher," are requested to make persons immediate. payment.to him

FLORIDA WRECKERS. furnished! that tho condition of tho blacks and which possesses tho sine quo non of' W. A. WIUTEIlfiAD.i .
such an invention, viz: the property of"dotaming" Kay WestDec.10,1O3i.
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His Honor Judge Webb took occasion r '10 bettered, and that ofihie whites happier n2-lw]
them after they are caught. I rri-JOSEPil: a rl'JJ'TJli N:-\
nut long since, when delivering his decision there can be no occasion to send sneers Will be ----rv
candidate
a for the
in au Admiralty case, to comment i indatfering across the water. l..L I lj A teacher endeavoring to make a pupil, Monroe County Court, at the Clerkship election in of,

terms upon the character of theMixKcia understand the nature of passive verb, said, February next. 1)60.86, 1835.NOTICE. [

...____'-u_ .. ._ .1 M' [FOR THE INQUIRER.] "a passive verb is expressive of the nature: n2-tdl,
\ uu uiu A' iuriu I" Our soul loalhcth of receiving an action as Peter is beaten?
Although we published the decision at the 1 this light brcad.-Nurn- All persons are (warned from shooting
hers, 21-5.Mn. now what did Peter do?" The boy {pausing or otherwise I trespassinjfon Knights Key, aa .
--.!linic, yet deeming the commendation: of EIHTon.-1'he above words of a moment, replied, "Well II don't know I ann determined to prosecute any who may ,

lie Judge well merited, we think it worthy Writ be Holy without he / be found in the act. JOSHUA APPLEBY. '
of more particular notice. the may repealed with truth by us of 'olltTcd.0....... Dec. !24, 1835. [02- w] t
)present day residing in Key West and .
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-t I arn gratified," said the Judge with numbers would be glad to know if there is A DrsTEK.-Landlord, said Jona- .1Unrfnt )littttfQciice.1'Olt't' -
Ire than, stepping to the bar in a public:
not up
of some of
opportunity| expressing; on this, as wry obviating the imposition I '"
1 have: done to which house, "jest give us a cent's worth of New
on other occasions, my entire wo are subjected except by baking OJ KEY WES.
.:onviction that the course pursued by the our own bread. It is true, that woare not i England, and put it into two tumblers.=;
.ndividual/ obliged to kind Here,Jim, take hold;away with the expenseI I. ARRIVED.
now engaged! In this occupation buy any of food unless we Dec. 20. Schr.Thetis Portland from
on the coast of Florida, is as exemplary in please, and we may bo told by tho professor say, when a fellow is. on a bust"A 'Nassau, N. P. American1,'produce to,P. C

:cgard to the rights of others, as that of of Baking, that his talents are displayed Greene. The Captain that after ij
any other class of this, or other communi only for tho hone/it/ of those who} ) may think NEAT OLD LAD\. A story is told of left Nassau ho ashore reports
got And in
ties. They the to them, an old lady in the Ancient Domimion who getting
are instruments of saving proper( put in requisition ; but to off lost ono rnnn and a boat.
an immense amount of properly, which I many of IIP/ it M extremely inconvenient I was so very neat that she rubbed her floor Dec. 21. Schr. Amelia

/ithout their exertions would be whiilly to inar.nfacluro bread in our own houses, with sand until she fell through into the mdz to mnster,19 Bcthpll, Nassau
lost, anti far and therefore, cellar, and broke her leg, which caused her pas ngors.
so as their conduct in rendering -, wo prefer, and wn.ddlic l glad, 1>CC. 22. Schr. :Single Sailor Roberts
these services has come to the knowledge to encourage;: by all: tho means in our power death. mdz to master r

j of of minute this Court and critical(and it examination is often tho subject ,) it, :the interests in the business.of any rM-waablc man en.gU1.c,1 MOOHK'S rUhYC9-.. Mtnnnr.ik.hu Dec. f.adlam.llavanJt.--. -__,_n_._ .fvMn.. .......lna.....

,!lias, with but few exception, been found r The weight of the. loaf sold for six and I The following is one of a beautiful col. 13 da's.o 23.master Sloop Citizen, Barker, N. Y., '

nrrect, meritorious, and praiseworthy." a fourth c'uts. when thin barrel of lection of Moore's
flour Songs, just published ; Schr Splendid, Uenners, Reef to n. \\
The following is a list of tho vessels: at costs ten dollars, should be, according to CALM thy sleep as infant's slumbers Cussans. -, '"l*1Ike.

'resent employed' in wrecking upon the tho general< assize: of bread elsewhere, about Bright as angel thoughts thy dreams: 24. Schr Hester Ann, Geiger
twenty ounce*-li-u tile We
Florida Reef with the exception of a fewf weighs about ten Key t luafonly May each joy tho happiest numbers Reef, to master. **" a
small onncosa disparity! fur :I Shed o'er thec their mingled beams. Dec. 2Sloop l Vivili.i, 16 daysfrom-lN.
which
tonnage. The number no exists
however, reason except it be that I Or, if, where pleasure's wing hath York hound Mobile. ,,. .*,. .
there is glided ;
vanes considerably' at different( time no opposition in the production of There Sloop Havana
Pucker
the article. ever must some pang remain, Havana, to"maa.'
3chr. Ilyder Aly, of Huntington, Conn.: Under these Still bo thy lot with me divided- ter. J t.. .
J. Gould' Sloop Actor of lirookhaven circumstance, it is re uona-, Thine all the Sloop I.oreto
York J. B. Smith ScLr. Whale of Mys-, N. bly to bo expci led that any one who will bliss, and mine the pain. Sloop Morning,Sawyer Star ,Uraman Havana, to master
Havana.
tic.ConD.nf Key West G.Jldridgc.,J. U. Geiger.Scbr.Sloop Nester Mystic Ann, cipc establish' than a bakery that with on a which more wo equitable are blessed prin- Day and night my thought shall hover :, Sloop' Energy: A. Packer, Jlovann, : to

nf Mystic, E, tIJ ridge. Scllr. J obn Deni- at present, will receive no inconsiderable Hound thy steps where'er they stray, master.
-on, of Indian Key, D. Cold. As though dark clouds his idol Sloop Drrad Welch Havana
Sclir. Splen i*haro of |tn.nagc. It i.l 4 I co\'er. : to master
did of Kcj West., O Aldcnlade. Sclr. Florida can receive the custom ofMOST: certain that lie- Fondly! trio Persian tracks its ray. Schr. lilacksmith, Coombs, Reef', 10''H.
of Key West A. Anderson. Sloop: | I I If this !be wrong-if Heaven, oflendr-d( W. l'u sans.'

sclr.:sjarab Isabella, of Indian Key, 1'. EldriJ c. FlJ111 1 I 1 I In those bright eyes its rival see, SAILED, >"-

Amelia of Key Vacai, J. Betl.ell./ -- Then! be my vows between blended Dec. 19. SJoopLibciiy.Evaiw! Havana. ;

Sloop>Ct r. Brilliant Orion of, of Key G,rotoa West,Conn. J. Egan Liia-Oh, 'how many ties there are to Half breathed to Heaven, and ye half tu thee.NO'I'CE. Sloop Alert, O. '1'. Uraman, Havana. \ i.,' >

Sluop'I'bistleat Indian Sanderson.II. bind the soul! to earth! When the strongest Sloop Francisco. Hurrovvo, Havana i ,tBelir.
Key lirown.! -
wop btandard of Huntington, Conn. J.I,dare cut asunder, and the spirit (('tli I:: itself All Exit; of Savannah' !'ji :son, Mobile;
race.: Scbr. 'out loon from bond persons having demand against tie Dec 20. SJoop Eden: Fwli '
Caroline, of fie West, J, every which connects.elate of Antonio Havana
I'achcco
JJood. Scr.| Single Sailor, of Key Vaca,.it with mortality, haw imperceptibly does,j jof the county ot HilUboro. deceased, late Sloop Spy, IVatirugtcn'J'amjW. '
!.. Sct one little tendril after are hereby Dec. 23.
\ r. Edward Ship Liberty
Thompson of another LccofJIc required' to Latham, lIav
rtiladelpLui cud I ; present the same to the n:).
VOlin". twined about ii underlin -
bcbr. Fair A.nern ad draw it d. And all MEMORANDA.
back with those
of ID( ian Key J. SLurtltff., gentle violence indebted to said e.. '
Schr. Scfir
He tate Martha'as
Olive who .thinblilc hat "bu, are required to make up for 1cVNt
Orahcb of KeyV *. W. Greene.'or.5 'love before payment on or at:
':cbr. *' is always inimkc-n.r The 'heart the Jfjth of January 10:6. Now York Dec. 3d. '
Blicksumb.ofKey ?
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Cit. Coombs., ham WM.
Tho
Ul3Y one UUNCFad'mr. Light House
t'he""tb o\"l'tma'3tf.'fing 31It.'Ction. 8iip4y" vessel from
,agrf8tn tonQage, 1017,00: 91tlt,JJI\\fillr"n! sll more QUINTINA New | ,
Uedford
ttJP I' for
rest, wtlietn, like Urt o No,. 16, 1835. ACIUCO: ILIlm'n Key West put intnNfJt.: ...
ltraW [51-tilts} folk! on 2flihNovemx! 'rm4 fli.tr .

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\ti') f -lar success, and thus ho is led on until lit gentlemen, who, being thus forwarned, if I be furnished at a few hours notice, and arc
:MISCELLANEOUS.And' squanders his fortune breaks his constitutiondestroyshisintcllectdegradeshimsel- they do not make the best use of time and prepared to make fonts of all weights and;
I sues, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, includin
'f wings1ikea circumstance will have no cause to lay the
said,OM! that I had dovelI I f : a great variety of Ornamental Letter.-!
I for then' I would fly away and be at rest.. below the level with the brutes, becomes a blame upon us. Their assortment of Cuts and pasties, I

Psalm Iv\ 6. fit subject for every species of vice, and To the ladies we beg leave to say, the Rule, and other ornaments will be found ras to

There is a time of sweet repose comes to some melancholy end. Perhaps next year is yours; tnd if you have never be very extensive, of which specimens will

I i To weary pilgrims given ; from a sense of his degradation he commits yet: made love, it will be your privilege to I be forwarded to Printers as soon as they

i f' It is when raised above life's woes, suicide, or driven to madness by the"liquid do so, for the whole of the year. You can be prepared.

; Their thoughts aspire to' heaven.t fire," he takes the life of his fellow man, need have no scruples as to the certaintyof Printing Presses of every description

t and expires on tho gallows under the just! your rights. They rest upon the"Com- Printing Ink of the most approved qualifies

.1 I When On Faith losing sight of this vain eartbr sentence of the laws- of his country, or mon Lawe," which has been in power ever Composing Sticks, Brass Galles, Imposin! '>
triumphant wing,
The soul can claim its heavenly birth, overpowered by its effects ho falls in the siiico the days of Queen Elizabeth, and we Stones, Cases Presses, Paper Furniture and Press Hoards,
the cold. know not how much longer. Those rights Standing together wit),
\ f With kindred spirits sing. streets and perishes with I a complete assortment of all articles used
Thus have gone many young men, who are very ample-they not only allow you to in a Printing Office will be kept constantly!
: When fired with ccstacy it flies might have been useful members of society, make love, but they ulso make it obligatory on hand.

!, O'er all the blissful pains, had it not have been lor gambling, which on the "lords of creation"' to accept of your I Small fonts, suitable for Book-bimler
To breathe the air of skies
And hear those sweeter purer strains.. led them to dissipation, to murder, to the u crs. in great variety, may be had when called
gallows, and to hell How far you shall insist upon the exercise for.

i Where love lights up the happy clime, # # of your privilege, depends on your- Olden from all parts of the Union will(

With careless splendor bright ; It ought to be suppressed, and fellow selves. Your power, for one whole year, promptly and moat carefully attended if..,

\ A lustre caught from Jesus's smile, citizens, if you wish to evince patriotism will be absolute; and if you choose, you and particularly in supplying SORTS for t\|;
That spreads through all delight. yourselves love to fonts furnished by their predecessors, lain)
and philanthropy, you cannot do it in a may revenge by making &Runaldson, and Richard llonaldson.
better cause, than endeavoring to divest such gentlemen as ought long since to have ay
Stereotyping all its branches
,executed
And is there when
joy we survey, made love to This will be
1 On earth those seats of bliss your country of such vile monsters; and you. you perfectly by L.Johnsonas heretofore.

{ .,f) I who would fear to fly away, exerting every means in your power to putdown I justified in doing; and the lordly delinquent JOHNSON & SMITH.
And be where Jesus is 1 the abominable practice of gambling. cannot, as he ought not to, say No. 6, George St. Philadelphia, 103J.;

.- -t+- nay.. (::: Publishers of Newspapers who insert
I From the Knickerbocker LEAP YEAR AND LADIES' PIUV1- Hut, inasmuch as your power is absolute, this advertisement, and forward a paper
it exercise it .containing it to J. & S. will be entitled ti,
: CANZONET.The ILEGE. vyjjJlieaJme you to gently.ear .-
$3, payable in settlement of their accounts
vhoi Pertia of the of
evening star is o'er me, Ladies we recommend the following to says quality when their bills amount to not less than$10

The roses around are.sweet ; mercy; J. *. p.B .
immediate attention it will be four
And the bower is bright before me, your us "* It is not strained
Where used to meet. before have another clear benefit. ; RUCKS NEW YORK TYPE !FUN.:
once we
years you It droppeth the rain from !heaven
as gentle
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D -The subscribers respectfully
But the ( the star bath faltered I
The bower light no more is fair; The coming year, 1836, will be leap year, Upon the plain beneath: it is twice blessed;; inform the printers, that they have recently

Oh I why is the scene so altered 1 as any person may see by consulting an It blesscth him that gives, and him that completed a variety new fonts of letterin
Thou art not there almanac. It will be an important year to takes." the style of the latest European ipccitncns

the interests of unmarried ladies,, and no With these brief remarks, we commendyou ,well calculated for ornamental printing .

; Tho star that my dark way lightened, I less so to unmarried gentlemen-for what to the year 1836: which we hopo you or sasteful display, and making an as
.- My flower of fragrancy ; I interests the one is also fated to interest! the will "so it sortment of Printing Types unrivalled in
r The rainbow that life's cloud use as not abusing remembering beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens !
thcr.: The ladies next will have the
year "
that the fashion hereof
i passelh tie obtained at the
Foundry
Thou wert love unto brigMend'l away; may ,
my sole of love which the
privilege making
and that: if this be No. 13 Chambers Chatham
H Oh let me again adore thee, important year misspentyou street, near st.
i I Once more will that bower be fair; i gentlemen may not refuse under severe will have to wait until the year 1840, It contains specimens from Twelve Line

And when Evening's star is o'er thee, penalties. To prove this to be the case, tor the recurrence of your quadrennial Pica to Pearl--comprising

,1 Oh I be thou there M. A. U.t and that it is no new thing, nor owes its privilege.-N.[ Y. '1'ltnes.PIWSPEC'1'US. 45 forms of Roman Caps with I. case

5 ,I I -.: .... rise to any of the extravagant notions of _- .- 35 do Italic do do

I The following, from the Columbia Jour. modern times, we will give an extract froman 5 do title Roman do do
5 do title Italic do d.
.' nal', exhibits about as true a picture of the old volume, printed in the year of Grace or A NEW VOLUMI: : 5 do sh'd Roman du do
4 1606 and entitled Com Lovo andMatrimonie.M
; evils committed in the way of gambling, as tship. I OK THE 17 do Antique du do

i. f,,. we have seen. Let every one who frequents Albeit, it is nowe become a parto of the KEY WEST_INQUIRER. 12 6 i t'oxf do' t Open Black<<: Black do do do do

the house of gaming, read it. Common Lawe, in regard to the social relations .., /d6''T'-Script do do

1" GAMBLING. of life, that as often as every besex-, The second volume of the KEY 5 do Germ'n Textdo do"

,; Of.all the evils that come under observation rile year doth return, the ladyes have the WEST LMIUIUEK will commence on the 25 do Two I'ne rom'nt.aps with fijr
.'; my sole privilcge,during he( lime continueth, 19th uf December,and with due acknowledgements 11 do Two lines Italic capitals.
: I am constrained to believe, that of making love unto the men, which they for the support which has alrea 10 do SIiM Caps of various kind*

', gambling tho most horrid and appalling,I do either by wordesor lookes os unto dy been given to his endeavors, the Editor G do Open do do
may ,
; and its effects the most deleterious and de 7 do Italic capitals and figures.
them it seemcth and wOl1M press a hope that an avowal of his
proper: moreover no
structive. Because it is the high road to! Besides ornamental letters backslopc
will be entitled the benefit of determination to continue his
to Cler
man undertaking
musiclottery figures piece fractions, superiors
very species of vice, to which frail human.:
who dothe refuse to the offers ofa may lead to a still more extended
gy accept patron astr nomical and olhersigns, space
1 is exposed. Some that a social.
ity for say, !adyc, or who dothc in anywise treate her age. To his fellow citizens of Key West, rules, brass rules, ornamental dashes, long:
I atnuserucnt where
1 gamo merely no proposal with slight or contumely." :he can only make known his resolution to braces, more than two hundred kinds ut

1" l money of consequence is bet, merely enough So long ago as the above was printed, it pursue that course in conducting the Lv borders, and more han 1000 kinds of cuts

.d 1.,1+ to make the game interesting, is quite will be seen to have been a parte of Common UUIKKK, as will in his opinion conduce must and ornaments tor school books, newspapers (
i. innocent. This I deny for such is the. and scientific works of
the of ; orders for any
Lawe, that! the ladies should have the to prosperity the Island and the good
infatuating nature of gambling, that let which, or composing sticks, cases clia,c>,
and not but the of society, claiming for himself in further.
' .' man commence on this small privilege only so- sole fie will be 0 xpcctcd with the utmost promptitude

j any scale young, and ere he is aware he will not only privilege, of making love every fourth year; anco of that resolution, without pretendingto a large stock being always on hand.

become a confirmed gambler but will be and what was then binding as common infallibility, tho privilege of candidly They will also execute orders for printing!

plunged headlong into the awful, abyss oil law, is equally binding now, since it has stating his own sentiments, although they presses ;ink, &c. which they will furnish at
been be at V3.naIlCO with those of the manufacturers prices.
never superseded by any statute. may a portion
and I.et
ruin
dissipation an unthinking We thought it incumbent upon us as editors of the community The columns of the Printers newspapers; will please pub-
youth his own consent to risk six and I lish
get this advert isetnentwith tbisnotcthrcl'tImes )
who have tho welfare and happinessof paper will be, as heretofore, kept as free
a fourth cents at a card table, and at once I sending a paper containing it to the
t the way is opened for him to risk his for our readers at heart, to give this early from controve/sy as possible. 1'o'rndry, and receive payment when they

.4 tune. For if hewn: it creates in him a I information on a most important subject To the liiendd of tho I.VUUIRER abroada I purchase four times the amount of their bills

desire to win more and if lie looses ho is ,It[t is now (November 10th) but little more promise: is made, that no means attainable f from the'actory.! .
; ,
than six weeks to the commencement of by the Editor shall be left unemployedto
ambitious to recover it, so once he commences A Resort for Invalids.
Leap Year. convey to them through its pages, all
there is no telling where ho will I
stop. hAnd time will soon that distance leap." commercial intelligence originating in this
I the earliest and
vicinity, particularly
} In such places, there never fails to ;be The lovemaking privilege of the lords authentic information relating to the wrecks most sIr

plenty of ardent spirits, and if he is elated! of creation" will then bo suspended, andso the hlorndareef and the
upon proceedings
<<; by winning a few dollars he is induced to continue lor one long year of SG6 days. .1)f the Court of Admiralty connected THE SUBSCRIBER having settled

drink by way of rejoicing; and if ho is They cannot make love during all that tedious therewith-intelligence,which to merchants on Indian Key, have determined

# depressed by losing a few dollars, he is interval, nor can they refuse a hdy I must always:: boot interest.: The decisions : to open a HOUSE for boarding -"i
still induced to drink for the sake of arous who makes love to them. lf the Court arc oftentimes of the l lodging, ami believing it to be one of the

ing his drooping spirits; so whether he winor This, to gentlemen who have a taste for ;tujHjrtance( and no occasion shall bo highest aI lows most' jlteurable for situations who in suffering the L'mtul from
lose, drinking is a natural gallantr),and are particularly tenacious of persons are !
consequence .cd to without the publication of such! chronic
pass I j mlmonarf,dispeptic aod numerous
And what is usually considered the female
r once ho gets his brain heated with privilege -
i decisions at length. |diseases, and obliged to seek a refuge (rom
that bano of life,'' reason is at once dethroned will\ be an unpleasant reverse of the All communications to be addressed1post chill blasts of a northern winter,be feels

a and he risks farther and farther, order of things; while to your very diffident ([ paid) to J. ATKINSON.: safe in saying that Indian Key cannot be

until perhaps he loses a considerable or indolent gentlemen, who want resolution Key West, December surpassed for beauty, health and climate.
i835.
;' : amount. They adjourn' at a lato hour- or activity for the arduous duties I i %* Wo should be ]Frost has never been known here-the
of it will be happy to reciprocate thermometer seldom 55 56 in winter ;
I overcome by the intliicnco ardent spirit*, courtship, a change no leas I(the t laior with of below or
ho staggers to his room, throws himself pleasant than interesting. any our exchange papers nor up to 90 in summer. It is entirely
I''who will insert: the above of the
notice exposed to the sea from point
without undressing, on the lied ; waked To tho latter wo i cod say nothing but '. every

next morning with an intolerable headache, that they have before them a year of hope, HAYING TYPE FOUNDRY. I compass.The fare of hU; table and bar shall be as-

swollen eyes,distorted features; uteetsone wherein they may cast off their single hlea-j i : Purchased Mr. RICHARD good I!: as the market will afford, and attendedby

of the embassadont of ho devil, who first sedness, provided, always, they can nerve;<: :RONly'x"t his long; established and : experienced servants. Private rooms

tr induced him to go to the card table, he themselves to the acceptance of such ladies ;;|her very t have eusiveType formed Foundry, the subscri- for lodging gentlemen, ladies, and families
tells him hair of the a co-partnership for the : The undersigned hopesby
that "the same dogcures as heaven or their own inclinations neatly arranged.
I may purpose of continuing said business, and for I and industry to merit
the bite." Off he goes to the grog,send to solicit their hands. To the former I I Iwo the convenience of their friends and pat-jt! he diligent custom attention if his friends and the publicgenerally.

i shop, followed by hlssham friendswallows : would say, u Gentlemen, if you would' I i cons.Lave removed their establishment to amore S. A faPENCER.

(: down a draught of tho destructive oowon; .not bo wooed, you have now six weeks before | central part of the city. As it is their ndian; Key, Monroe County, Terri49

feels that lie is considerably recovered takes I you. wherein you may go wooing; I'intention to keep on hand good assortment 4 torr of Florida, November 7th 1R35. \ tf.

another draught, then he is prepared for after which, if you I let this time slip( ,you \of[ the best type, and to make such additions I! 0):7-Tho: St. Augustine Herald. Charleston
the card table. It is immediately proposed must make up your mind to take such dear :\and improvements as the taste of the trade', Courier, Philadelphia Saturday Courier

by his destroyer, for him to go and win creatures as come a wooing to you-or-1]and flatter the themselves wants of the country require, they New York Advocate and Journal, and

back his losings. No sooner proposed than sad! alternative1.: !-die without benefit of merit that this establishmentwill Boitoa Commercial Gazette will give the
a large share of insertions their
fire and forward
agreed tOj; o4'they go, he meets with simi- Clergy. This is all wo need sav to they 1 bare now several fonts on patronage.hand, which They can I'above accounts to Um office for payment.lli .


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