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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: January 9, 1836
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I .BY J. ATKINSON. KEY WEST:, FLORIDA, JANUARY 9, 1836. NUMBER IV.-VOLUME U. ;


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Council take place annually ou the second ; llAN lV3t urea mucairom u.ey W est l gI u, Only o&* Ay
i FL'HWSJICD \ AT Monday in October ; and Delegate to Congress bank qf West Florida, Apalachicola char. pilotage shall be recovered,but /spoken:/ ,
FIVE DOLLARS PKU ANNUM. Ihcunially on the first Monday in tered 1829-: apital. $500,000. after passing the aforesaid limits shall be

O Subscribers at a distance must pay in May. President, Cashier. exempted from paying pilotage. '
Advance, or 'have an agent in tins cityADVERTISEMENTS I II --- Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That all : +
: inserted at the rate of JUDICIARY. I Bank of Pcnsacola, Chartered 1831, -Capital pilots who, shall bring a vessel into this port '

One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of Superior Courts, having Admiralty Ju $2,500,000. shall be entitled to show carry her out,unless the
fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, and risdiction. President, Walter Gregory. Cashier, commander can good and sufficieii tit I
Seventv-Five Cents for each subsequent EASTERN T'JlTnrcT-comprising the Catlin. cause to the contrary. Any vessel arriving i

continuance. All Advertisements be Counties of Nassau, St. Johns, Duval, Columbia at this port without a pilot, shall have liberp!
continued until otherwise ordered. None Alachua, Hillsborough and part of Bank of St. Augustine Chartered 1831, ty to depart without a pilot, unless,tbe captain ,
will be considered less than a square. Mosquito. Capital $300,000.Not shall wish one.
No be discontinued KOBKRT RAYMOND Rein. Sec. 9 Q3": subscription Judge, Attorney, ( yet operation.) rv'
(unless at the option of the Editor,) until all Tno\tAl DOt'GLASS. Marshal, SAMUEL --- bound to this port, outsido the limits, and
arrears are paid. llLAJn. Merchants and Planters Bank of Florida, the captain of said vessel shall refuse to
; AU letters to the Editor on business! Tallahassee, Chattered 132. take a pilot, be shall''' be liable :to payU
: must be Post Paid. The regular terms arc held as follows :- Capital $200,000. pilotage, and tho pilot so speaking him pball ,

______ For .St. Johns and Mosquito Counties, at President, cashierw be entitled to carry said vessel out, uoles t
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I St. Augustine on the second Mondays in the captain refuses to take a-pilot.out,an rl'
, 4__ I Mardi and October. For Nassau County, Central Bank of Florida, Tallahassee, which case tho pilot shall be entitled to half
TIIH DAY 1i11E: Isl. on the second Mondays in April and November. Chartered 11l32-apital $1,000,000. pilotage out. '
An ForMacbuaolunbmaand11ills-. President, Ben Chaires. Cashier. Leslie Sec. 9. All pilotage shall be recoverable> \ ,1
unpublished PCm- (( U.S MOOHK.
borough Counties, at Ncwnansville, on the A. Thompson. forthwith befqre any justice of the peace .
They both were ImsliM-the \'oice-the Wednesdays after the third Mondays in upon affidavit of any pilot, that he spoke

chord--? April and November. And for Duvat C oun- Commercial Bank of Florida,Apalachicola, said vessel or boarded her outside of the
I heard 1 !hilt once the' witching lay ty at Jacksonville the first Mondays ir Chartered 1U32: -Capital $OUOUOO. I prescribed limits, ,and that the captain of

And! f ft'w tt.c tone.: and few the words, !May and December., Chancery terms are (Not vet in operation.) said ycssel; refuses ,to pay pilotage halfpilotage ,I''
T\Iy l ond brought held at St Augustine on the second Mondays in or out as the case may be.
Spoil memory! awny. in July and September I Union Bank of Florida,Tallahassee! Char. Sec. 10. AU pilots shall have a good and m t

Traccs rcmcmL IC'll lino :and: there, tend 1UJ3-Capital $3,000,000. sufficient pilot boat to cruise outside of the
Like echoes of some (hiokfii strain, :MIDDLE DISTUICT-Comprising! the Counties President, John G. Gamble, Cashier, John' Reef, and the name of such pilot boat shall }
Links of a 8wrpwes! lost in air, of Leon, Gadsdcn, Hamilton,Jeficrsou Parkhill. be painted in legible letters in her mainsail;
with the number of her branch underneath
and Madison -
That! could '
: nothing now join again.
Judge, THOMAS RANDALL. Attorney, i armcrs Hank of Florida, Mariana, Chartered the same.
; E'en these, too, err the morning fled; JAMES D. WESTCOTT. Marshal, THOMASI'STIN 1834-Capital $76,000. ...

j i And though the charm still lingciM on. RAM>OLI'H. (Sot in operation.) GREAT NATIONAL WORK.

That! oVr each sense her song had shed?, -- iERICANIVZAGAZIlJE
The! rung It ('lf\Vas r.ldell-gollc! The regular terms are held as follows- Bank of Jacksonville, Chartered 1R35. .
I or Ham'iton County at on the first Capital $75,000. Of useful and Entertaining Knowledge,10be
:, jonelikc the-thoughts that once were ours Mondays in Juno and December. For (Not yet iu operation.) illustrated by numerous Engravingt.DV .

On summer lass, ere youth path set, Madison County, at San Pedro, on the .---- THE nOSTON BEWICK COMPANY.
Thoughts: brightc "know as summer flowMs Thursdays after the first Mondays in June For the information of transient vessels The success which has attended the publication
; and December. And for the remainder f; passing Key West, wo give tbe following of the best Magazines from the
But irhat: the District, at Tallahassee on the first 1tAT1iJy u- atu.o r AG.fi
they 'vero, \\e now forget Mot.dasin I April and October. .English Press, has led to preparations for

In vain with hints ;rum other strains as established by the County Court. ,issuing a periodical more particularly adapted -

I \\'ooctlIIJistruant air to coiiie, WESTERN DISTRIcT-Comprising the JK: it uidcred by the County Court,that all to the wants and taste of tho American

As bird are taught on eastern plains, Counties of Escambia,Walton, Washington Vessels shall bo subject to the followingrates public. Whilo it will bo the object of tho

: To love their wild and kindred l home. Franklin and Jackson. of Pilotage.Sec. proprietors to make the work strictly what
1. All of War )
Judge, JOHN A. vessels
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l CuunoN.ttorney. ran FOOT its title i indicates, it will, nevertheless, con
In vain-the lhat GEORGE drawIngS and not more $
song Sappho gave, WALKER. Marshal, J. \V. EXVM. lain all articles of interest to its
than 14 feet, 00 patrons,
In tic! mournful $
dying, to : sea,
Drawing 14 and not more I which appear in foreign Magazines.
Not muter slept beneath thoa'c The regular terms are held as follows-
titan 18 feet, !2 !25 Extensive have been enter
Than this within For Kscaml'ia:: County, at J'ensacola,on the preparations
my memory. firs! Moneysin May and November. For I Prawirg IB and nut over ed into, both with artists and Authors, to

4t length, one morning, as I lay Walton County, on the first Monday in 21 feet, 2 50 furnish, from all parts of the Union, draw.
In that half waking mood,when dreams, March and third Monday in November.I Over :21 feet, 3 00 ings and illustrations of every subject of

Unwillingly last give way For Washington County on tho second Sec. 2. All Merchant Vessels interest, which the publishers confidently
')' the full truth Monday in March and fourth Monday in drawing 5 and not > believe
0 of day light' beams' rER FOOT will enable them to issue a work
Nov,'mher For Jackscn County, at :Mariana over twelve leet, shall \
A face,-tho very face nicihouglit, on the tll Monday: in March and the pay, $1 50 honorable to its title and acceptable to tho ;

From which had bvcathM, as from a shrine' first Monday in December And for Franklin All above 12 and not over American People. ;

Of song and soul. the notes I sought.- I County on the first Monday in April and 10 feet, 2 00 Tho American Magazine is published
Came whit its music close: to mine hursday after the third Monday in Decem AU over 16 and not above monthly-each number containing between
; ber. 18.feet, 2 25 'torty and fifty imperial octavo pages,at Two
And sung; the )long-lost measured o'er- All above 18 feet shall pay 2 50 Dollars per annum,payable in advance.

liirh note and word with tasty tone SOUTHERN DISTRICT -Comprising the Sec. 3. Vessels arriving or departing thro It comprises-1'ortraitg and Biographical
And look, that lent in life hefoie! ,- County of Monroe and part of Mosquito. the North* West Passage, and drawing four Sketches of distinguished Americans-*

All perfect-all again'ny own! Judge, JAMES WEnn. Attorney, WILLIAM feet or upwards, except such as are herein Views of Public }
MARVIN. Marshal, THOMAS EASTIN. after mentioned, shall! pay $2 00 Landscape ,
Like parted souls when mid the blest and improvements
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The regular terms are held at Key Weston All Vessels bound through the NorthWest the scenery
They meet: again, each widuivM sound, the first Mondays in May and November. Pass, and touching at Key West for boundless variety and beauty which,
Through mi-moiy'.s realm held wino in I the purpose of landing passengers, letters, in this country, will form an unceasingsource

lu".t COUNTY COURTS. ,or obtaining supplies of provision, wood or of instruction and gratification; En*

Of in s.veel mate, till all were found The County Courts! having a limited civil water,shall depart without being subject to 'gravings and descriptions of the character

Nor 'Yti in waking\ did the clue jurisdiction and original jurisdiction in all the above ordinances, unless the master of habits, &c. of Birds, Beasts, Fishes, anJInsects
1\ Thin ) matter relating to E..tahlJi. Guardians,j the said vessel shall reqnckt<< a pilot to take together with every subject connected
strangely caught, e-soajic again; Wards, &c. arc held by the Judges in the charge of such vC Jacland take her out over with the Geography, History, Natural
Tor never Jail: its matins knew several counties scmi.annually. the Bar ; lor which services he shall receive and artificial
of the illus-
1 So well, a.; now I knew link' strain..1nd the usual rates of pilotage. All pilot detained resources conn try,
trated
in a familiar and
APPELLATE COURT. on board ot any vessel, by the request popular manner.
1 oft
ItiCmriTiory's: wondrous spell The Court of Appeals of the I of her commander, shall receive for BOSTON BEWICK CO.
} Is lal!;t Si! ll'in. our tranquil bower, Judge of the several Superior consisting Courts is each and every day's service three dollar No 47 Court Strcct.Q .

I singling! hi.iv's and tell held annually at Tallahassee. on the first per day, over and above his pilotage. Fishing ( :)-Editors of Newspapers throughout ( ,
j' The iiii
.. be subject to this ordinance.
__--- II foregoing Prospectus, and notice the con-
t FLORIDA DIRECTOR: OFFICERS OI' THE CUSTOMS.: Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That any tents of the Magacino from time to time,
District of St. Augustine.-Collector John vosscl having passed the buoy on the Bar of shall be entitled the first
to volume
Compiled for the Key West Inquirer.Any KoJman. 'I tho North West Passage, before having :
error will be corrected, and addition I been boarded by a pilot, shall not be obligedto Any person remitting the Agent,by mail,

made un lIe Kditnr's being notified of such District of Pcnsacola-Collector, Robert I take the same i but in case a pilot goes post |paid, Ten Dollars, shall receive six
error or omission on board by the of her copies for one -and continued
Mitchell. I Inspector, It. A. Mitchell. Surveyor request captain,then year as long
Win. M. Loflin. he shall receive tbe usual pilotage.Sec. as the money is regularly.forwarded.

EXECUTIVE. I : 5. Be it further ordained, That all A liberal price willbeypaidfor. appropri. ..
Governor, JOHN H. KTox. Secretary, 'District of ct. Johns-Collector, J I!Vessels htfiind into the I'ortof Key West, ate and well written articles drawings
or
Gr.oncE K. WAz.iia.LEGISI.ITURI Dell. Inspector Horatio amcsi. LDw'IJFW'Vit' | and spoken by a pilot, Boca Chica bearing! illustrative of national subjects, possessing,
i r orth, or North Westerlyshall pay full'
:. I Marks:Collector | pilotage at the same rates as though sue bad interest. Subscriptions received at thisttrTiie
Jesse
II.' I
The Legislative: Council is composed of Wilfis Inspector llurr II. Duval. In-( been brought over the main ship channel. t( work can: be seen at the Office

twenty-six members, divided among nine spcctor, Augustus Steele, Tampa }jay.r All. vessel arriving. _and not Laving been :,of the Key West Inquirer.i .
teen Counties as follows. Leon, Four spouen by a pilot before passing tbe above
Kcainbi.t, Two ; Gadnica, Tiro ; Jackson; District Apa'.achicola jj)! named limit, and being three mile from tbe i (ErJOSEPII A, 'rIlOUnON..tO:
'rl&iJj JetTcrson. Two; St. Johns, Two; Floyd. Inspcctoi.W.-Collector, G. ; light huute on Key W cst,shall only ,be su>. I Will be a candidate for the Clerkship of
Walton, Washington, Franklin Madison, D. Price. ;jest to pay half pilotage ; but If not spoken? Monroe County Court, at the election in

Hamilton, Columbia, .lachua, Dural IS'as- District of until after pasting tbe aforesaid limits, in{I February neat Dec. 26. 1835. (o2-td]
tan, Mosquito- Ilills'jorougb' and Monroe, Key West-Collector, William that case the shall be exempted from payine r
I One each.Delegate. A. \\hitehcad. Inspector and l Deputy! any pilotage. I NOTICE
Collector, Adarn Gordon. Inspector, Ste.| Sec. 6. Be It further ordained, That all Six weeks afier date application will bo

r to Congress: J o.Erl1.: W lUTE. (phcn R. Wl1l1ulI Mallory. Temp.<< Weigher and: vessels arriving through the West Pass, and i' made to the County Court of Monroe
auger, II.jya|| Appraiser the East for letters
of
! Charles. M. end of the Dry Rocks, to the County administration on the
Wells Weaver1Inipcciort
Sorgo
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r.LECiiOl\S. C. Westward of Sand Key, tearing tou estate of Darius Clapn, dec

'rpua el *t joQ'for members of LejiMatire: I John DubcKC, Claries, Cope Florida lloire,, Indian Key.!I!shall til pay full pilotage, but if not Awelt'l MARY ANN CL pr.
parsing the
aforesaid limit aDd Dec *,
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STATEMENT THE I%QUIRER.KEY I
,! S. Lcvett, bound from Savannah to Hav-

Exhibiting the amount of Gross SaleS by U. Marshal,Salvage awarded, &c. in wreck WEST, FLORIDA : ana with a cargo of 176 casks Rice and

cases adjudicated during the year 1836, in the Admiralty Court for the Southern 1.22 boxes Sperm Candles, arrived at this

District of Florida. SATURDAY,JANUARY 9, 1836.Unavoidable port on the 4th inst. accompanied by the:

I. O; circumstances compelsus wrecking Schooner Hyder Aly, Captain
i ...4 _. _._ f to put some old matter on our inside Gould; having been ashore on Carysford
rcaiCLS: NAMES (WHEN GROSS SALES SALVAGE: AWARDED form this Week.
Scb Caroline Brutus Jan. 6Ap'l. $847,49 $500 00 Reef. Capt. Lovett had thrown overboard
f 1 ,;' Brig Lexington 8 8010,49 6875 00 TIlE CLIMATE KEY WEST. some of his rice before the Hyder Aly
: 'Scb 'five'Branch* May 8 204,33 119 53
l The last was marked atrnospher. reached him, but the principal portion of
1 Brig Loot cc 1. 5184,47 1866 86 year by
1 1c 5 Brig Philadelphia June 23 7465,89 3391 07 ical and astronomical phenomena which the cargo was saved. The vessel has received -
I ;'S Belgic' Bark Jean Key 23 38144,07< 19200 00 will to it from others some damage but is thought not to
Sch United States} Aug.22 1802,44 886 83 long serve distinguish ;
r Brig Marvf Sept.22 12007,19 4717 63 for although the operations of the air and be seriously injured.
prig Seadriftf Oct. 13 52869,01 20594 85 movements of the heavenly bodies may not As His Honor Judge Webb is absent,Blending .

Ship Majcsticf 14 32784,44 13175 05 at the be considered involving the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee
Brig Noblet 22 625,07 3111 39 present day as
f Brig Theodore It 20it 13668,30 10500 00 the happiness of mankind, as was the the amount of salvage to be received
Brit. Dr.Thomast 27Nor. 2823,35 1351 05 of will we presume, be determined by arbitra
Sloop HerofSchr 2 7254,39 2834 00 opinion our-wise ancestors, yet to trace
Pee Dec .. 2 950,00 448 85 through a series of years the usual course tion.
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t Brig Galen 16 none 500 00f of the seasons.the effects of
causes has
operating
j Schr Exit Dec. 8 Done 1156 07t. THE I>DIANS.- been rumored iu
f to disturb the characteristic features town the last week, that the Indians hare

t. ; .Picked up deserted at sea tVelllel.IOIt.1| '$183,642 93ADtUBfCATBD _$E8,435.18 of climates-or the result of calculationsand commenced their warfare upon the Whites
'f Gross sales vessels and cargoes entirely sold $116,504 69 prophetic founded upon the
experience
,, ,' Appraised value of five, ditto(by order of Court) 140,669 00 by attacking and burning the settlement at
of the affords
R;. : Estimated value of three ditto their value Dot shown in Court,. 12,826 20, past, some gratification to Mosquito, and that the inhabitants haw
; "- almost every individual, however at vaiiance -
fled St. for
I r to Augustine protection. W
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4 Total value uflon which salvage was awarded $270,000 00 with} his usual pursuits such
f investiga
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, give story .aswe heard it, but do not
Through the politeness of A. A. M. than 60 luns, and arc na.v ga'ed: with from lions maybe. vouch for its correctness

\ t't :Jackson Esq. Clerk of the Superior Court six to ten men each, and to those who are, No year within our recollection has been ..

for this District, we have been furnished conversant with shipping, the vast expense! so fruitful in gales, hurricanes, &c. as the NEW NATIONAL \\'ORKI-St'R1'Lt'd REV

,:.J with the above statement, exhibiting the incident to the victualling and manning of last, and the gale of September, in particular MTC..=The President, in his Message to

'" ? amount of Admiralty business brought before such a fleet need not be pointed out. If will live in the remembrance of those Congress on the opening of the session

_:. tho Court during the last year; or, in to< this expense be added that: of repairing residing along the Florida coast as one more L when alluding to the large surplus in thf

other words, the value and importance of the vessels, which from their hazardous severe and productive more damage than Treasury, observes--" Should Congress'

U f ii, the wrecking business on our coast for that employment is one which has to be veryfrcquE'ntly any previously recorded. The year was make new appropriations, in confmruity
with the
estimates
1 \ perm 1; and we purpose making it the basis incurred, and other charges incidental also remarkable for the general severity of from the departments which will be submitted

;.. of :a few observations connected with that ) to the business, the actual capital the weather during the months of January about twenty-four proper millions, still, amounting the available to

: business, which we hope may not prove uninteresting involved will not fall much, if any, short land February throughout the Union,-unprecedented surplus at the closo of the'nexttars

"\ to our readers. of $110,000, upon which, an annual salvage i I in many places, and felt to an after deducting all unexpected approi'ia} ,

It will be seen: on reference to the state of $50,000 would be an income of extraordinary degree throughout the Florida i lions, will probably be not less than six

.l ment, that the salvage awarded by the Court about 45 per cent. Peninsula.We millions.be This sum can,in my judgment.*
now usefully applied' to proposed improvcnients
amounted to the sum of $88,435-about We must now turn our attention to the I insert on our last page, a Meteorological in our navy yards, and to iicv

I : 32 3-4 percent upon the value of the vessel risk run and the services rendered by these Table for the year complete, from observations national works,which are not enumerate IM

> and cargoes saved, ($270,000). In> men. As the underwriters refuse(and per made at the Custom House, and the present estimates, or to the more rapid
addition have ascertained the result of, wo have added completion of those already begun. Eirfe ,-
we I haps very properly,) to insure their vessels by way comparison, th er would he constitutional
: three cases settled by arbitration, to have at any rate, their rrholecapital' is without result ol' similar observations for 1834, previously would render unnecessary any useful attempt, ami, ir.!

L been as follows: Gross sales, $5640,12; any of the safeguards that attend investments inserted in the Inquirer.; The advantages our present peculiar condition, to divide the

:., Salvage awarded, $3092,84, which latter of equal amount elsewhereliableat of our climate are plainly 1 perceptible surplus revenue, or to reduce it any faster

sum added to the amount of salvage awarded any time to be entirely swamped in the from the table. NotwithstanJing the than will be effected by the existing laws."

by the Court, gives a total of $91,628 i regular prosecution of their duties which fall of the mercury to 45-de rees, which This suggestion of the President: as t<

02, received by those engaged in wrecking, calls them into direct contact with the very has never before been the case since the the mode of expending the surplus revenue,

t tIt for their services rendered to vessels rcqui- dangers from which it is their business to settlement of the Island, the range of the is, in our opinion, unexceptionable.: We

ring their assistance during the year. i relieve others. Ii is also to be considered year, it will be observed, was only 44 1-2 would rejoice to see our whole seaboard

t. From observations in public prints that' (that it is a business involving the safety of r degrees-which is not greater than is oftentimes well supplied with fortifications and other

i j have come beneath our notice, and from 1 (the agents employed and that oftentimes experienced in the course of a month I. meansof defence, and their erection thro'means


t't what we have heard upon the subject, we |their lives are endangered by the very acts mother sections of the country; while the: of the surplus in the Treasury is far

Ire led to bcli vc the general idea existing which have for their object the relief of the average daily range, or the difference between more advisable than the plan of i'lsionamc.ng

i abroad is, that the wreckers upon the Florida ,distressed the of the several States advocated someof
'1. seaman who may be grounded on temperature night and-da by
,1' Reef are pursuing a business of an ex- (the rocks of an unknown and dangerous was little more than 8 degrees. Such a Y''. the politicians of the day.

ccedingly profitable kind,one, in which the (coast: ,-that when the "howling winds do equality of temperature throughout the I Should Congress act in conformity with

services rendered,and the risk run, bear no blow,"and the !landsman securely housed, year must be alwajs beneficial to-health, the advice of the President, we trust an

', ,I comparison with the receipts; but from information congratulates himself upon the comforts when,as is our case,it is not of sufficientheight t eye will be turned to the present unprc

:)1.; we have been able to procurefrom which are around him,the Wrecker is afloat i to be oppressive. We are also bIts! I tectedstalc this part of Florida.
the best sources we are disposed to the sc i by not being subjected to the evils : W.i .
upon stormy wave, seeking, at the risk arising 'noticed
think that, in proportion to the capital in- ST. JOSEPH.-We in some I t
of his own life and the safety of his vessel, from the quantity of rain which fall: our last
vested-the papers received a report of arrival
incurred
danger in their
and property 1 (:probably his} all) his perilous subsistence. generally upon the main land, and durin gland I'! departures at the new town, from wind l'
and the
persona- disagreeable na the last year in particular: our rain was we suppose its business has commenced
turo of their pursuit*-the wreckers Another evil to which the Wrecker is very '
as a equally distributed through the different I By an advertisement of the President o
% body,are not deriving greater income than exposed, arises from the uncertainty which! months and the Lake Wimico and St. Jos ph% Canal
considerably diminished
any portion of the community engaged i in( attends his business-month after month, in !Company, to that effect/ ,U appears the sale
quantity, (being nearly six inches less
the usual a and than !of Town lots which was to have taken !place
avocations of mercantile life. nay, year may elapse not a solitarycase
i the year preceding) the whole fall having!:on 14th December has been postponed to
The in which I
the
occur services of AM
of the last
receipts should vessel
not
i year been only 30 inches. I j|the ICih January. We presume the money
be taken as the average amount per annum, may be available. In the mean while, We could find data for ':I pressure at the north did not allow ot tht

on the contrary,the wreckers,if we mistake what capital he possesses is exhausted- much in favor of Island! many comparisons.I withdrawal of sufficient capitaiat the pe-
our but
obliged ]i
not, would be glad to compound for the debts are incurred,-and anxiety comes arc 'creed time for investment in the infant city.

;: ennual sum of $60OOO. We ,on some over him, barring him from all enjoyment to refer our readers themselves to the We wish it all prosperity, but we fear its
t may table for the Information which wevould, founders will find it is easier far to construct
future occasion, hone by day or night and he
it in our to sees r overly and
power if time a
our admitted, lay before them city on paper than on land.
tr make known the actual average for someyears distress, threatening him in the distance, satisfied that ourselves I I
; they will
past, which we presume may be obtained. which perseverance and industry can alone i the join us in encomiums I CHESTERFIELD'S LETTERS TO ill wv
t" We think however, that it cannot avert. upon climate of Key West I-These manuals of politeness. ,good breeding -

t much from the sum we have DEATHS &c. have been the cause of many an
vary named AT Ii EWEST nvHuso I
These are matters which should all be TUE admonition, and kind parents have exhorted
41 and shall therefore assume that sum as the YEAR 1835, EXCICSIVE OK U. S. their the rule
taken into consideration when estimatingthe progeny to profit by sage
basis of our calculations. SOLDIEUS. for their government which the courtly

.," We gave a list in one of our late papers, compensation received by the Wreckers Casualty, ; Intemperance, 1; Cancerin I!Peer compiled for the advantage of his son

f of firoity vessels employed in wrecking on our coast, and when in addition, we re- stomach, (supposed) l; Lockjaw, 1' and heir. If however, no better attention,

= within the District: independent of many fleet on the vast amount of property saved Consumption, Measles, I ; Dysentery, :is who paid inherit to them the by gift those conferred of the present day:

small vessel that engage in the business by them from inevitable destruction, not a (Chronic i ) 1 ; Visceral derangement, 2; Fever Stanhope, than was paid by upon him,young their

+{, when opportunities offer. The value of doubt of the importance of their services Bilious, 2. Total, 13. manners are not in a very hopeful way,

theso vessels has been estimated at our re can longer exst. But our limits warn us to Of which there were, Infants, 2;; Adults, for it is said" says an English Reviewer
quest by gentlemen acquainted with them stop. On some future occasion we U. Residents, 9; nonresidents,4. "that the first time the father and son dined
may Estimated
V about $50,000. They average mos r 0 return to the subject. average of population: per m a. together after all these lessons of politeness
( [tricot, and transient. 6JC. Deaths, 1 in 46. and elegance had been penned, and per1'
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.' MARSHAL'S SALE NOTICE.Six Ornaments for Newspapers, School-Bookie
Laps read, the intended courtly diplomatist
;' after eating his portion of cherry pic- BY virtue of a writ of fi. fa. from tile I : weeks after date application! will be and Scientific works. .

( cherry pic was not then an impossible apparition Hon. Superior Court for the Southern Judicial made to the County Court of Monroe The subscribers furnish Com -ticks.
District of Florida, to me directedand the Cases, Chases, Galleys, Furniture, Paper. .
letters of administration on
, ordered table lifted for
at a well! -fairly County E
delivered, I will for sale ouSat Ink,all kinds of Printing Presses, and every
expose
his mouth and drank the remaining estate of Darius Clapp dec.
Ms plate to urday thesixthday of February, to the highest article required in a Printing-Office, at themanufacturers'
juice"!!! How gratified the father and best bidder,all the right! titleclaim MARY ANN CLAPP.Dec. prices They also executt tl

must have been at the improvement caused and interest of Lackland M. Stone to the, 19, 1835._[l-6t]_ orders for Stereotyping.

by hu letters! UTTMA/- following described property situated on the NEW -YORK- TYPE FOUN Printers of Newspapers who publish thil ,

1 -ooQ Island of Key West, to wit. BRUGES The subscribers respectfully advertisement (with this note) three times"belore

-Thc following morccau of Natural Lots nos. ''2 and 3, in square no. 44, lev- inform the printers, that they have recently / the end of the) year 1835, shall receive ,',,.

Philosophy is from a .Vew Jersey Pnl'cr.We .- ied on as the property of said Stone, to sat- completed a variety of new fonts of letterin payment when they make a purchase i i
think the author should be elected an isfy a judgment which Mary R. Emerson,, the style of the latest European specs from the Foundry of four times the amount
wife of Emerson and late Mary R. Fleem- well calculated for ornamental of their bill. GEO. BRUCF & CO. t
member of all the Lyceums in ,mcns! prin.tingorsastefuldisplayand
honorary ing, and widow and legatee JohnV.. C. '' making an assortment New.York. 42
{the country and voted a leather medal. fleeming, by her.attorney in fact, WilliamA. of Printing Types unrivalled in "TYPE"FOUND FLY"AVINO .----

"Oi THE CAUSE OF WATKlt 8POVTS.- Whitehead, recovered against said L.I I .beauty,extent and variety. A book ofspo-, H Purchased of RICHARD)
As the of which the chuds is formed' M. Stone. l'I the
vapor : (cimens may be obtained at Foundry, his established and
will of clear with water in Terms, Cash, Sale within the legal hours.j I Chambers Chatham st. RONALDSON long
not a day join No. 13, street, near the subscribers
extensive -
Papers to be paid for by the purchaser I h 1, Line very Type Foundry,
an embodied state on the earth, the reason THOS. EASTIN, U.S.M. It contains specimens from Twelve have formed co-partnership{ for the

is clear what constitutes the, water 1'JutSjthe ; By J. A. TIlOUnON, D.M. Pica to Pearl-comprising purpose of continuing said business, and for

attraction of the waters of the ocean Key West Jan. 9, 1836. [n4-3t] I I 45 forms of Roman Caps.do with I.do case. the convenience: of their friends and patrons
35 do Italic
H: greater than: those of the earth; hence have removed their establishment to amore
; the water spoute. To take it up in another( Election Notice. 5 do title Roman do de do central part of the, city. As it is their
do
5 do title Italic V,
',: foim-the water becomes fresh at a rcttain Notice is hereby given, that an election 5 do sh'd Roman do do intention to keep on hand a good assortment

distance: horn the ocean; why is this? it is fur Clerk of Monroe County Court, Sheriff 17 do Antique do do of the best type, and to make such additionsand
and Coroner will be held Monday the 1st improvements as the taste of the trade
the attraction in salt; no substances attract on 12 do Black do do
and the wants of the country require, they
of 1036, at the following pla
day February
according: to their nature as does this; nnd 5 do Open Black do do !flatter themselves that this establishment
under the of the following -
as the water rises in a (body the salt in the ces Inspectors.In superintendence. 2 do Script do do will merit a large share of patronage. They
5 do Germ'nTextdo do
ocean attracts the surplus; hence fresh water have now several fonts on hand, which can
West at the House.
do
Engine 25
in rain. Now it must Le according to Key Twol'uerom'ncapswithfiigs' be furnished at a few hours notice, and are
11 do Two lines Italic
the l laws of nature in this it must only Inspectors. capitals. prepared to make fonts of all weights and
way; 10 do Shod Caps of various kinds.
ROBERT R. FLETCHER.ALEXANDER
I tires, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, includinga i
of that there ;is waterspouts
occur a foggy day PATTERSON.ASA 6 do Open do do .
of V-rnaniental Letter.Their
; for thin, and only then, the clouds F. TIFF 7 do Italic capitals and figures. great assortment variety of Cuts and Dashes, trass- r

approach the earth and the water; and ot At Indian Key at the store of J. Housman. Besides ornamental letters backslopo, Rule, and other ornaments will be found to

course the waters of the ocean create the Inspectors. music,lottery figures piece fractions, su- be very extanaivc, of which specimens will

11 greater attraction; and when the cloud arises CHARLES HOWE. periors, astr' nomical and othersigns, space be forwarded to Printers as soon as theycan
The i iil is HOUSMAN. rules, brass rules, ornamental dashes long
I r it creates a water spout reason JACOB be prepared.Printing .
braces than two hundred kinds of
1 this, the air being more powerful above, LEMUEL OTIS. I more Presses of every description.
!borders, and more bun 1000 kinds of cuts
1 when the cloud arises, the attraction being At Key Vacas at the store of Win Wllitc. !and ornaments for school books, newspapers Printnl1lok of the most approved qualities, !

i il fo powerful, the vapor concentrates; hence head. and scientific works; orders for any of Composing Sticks, Brass Galleys, Imposing '

,i: the formation of water spouts Inspector which,or composing sticks, cases chases, Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards,
WM. WHITEHEAD. Standing Presses, Furniture, together witha
: _.e>- &c will be expected with the utmost promptitude -
i JOSEPH BETHELL.WM. complete assortment of all articles used
t.G PASSENGERS ,a large stock being always on hand.
,t Per Brig Chieftain fiom Apalachicola BETHELL. They will also execute orders for printing in a Printing Office will be kept constantly

landed at Sand Key-Robert Lacy of Tus- Given under my hand and seal this 2Cth presses, ink, &c. which they will furnish at on hand.

,I'aloosa (Ala ) and Thomas: Kabtin Esq. day of December A. D. 1U33. the manufacturer's prices. Small fonts, suitable for Bookbinders,
:
By the Judge: Printers of newspapers will please publish in great variety may be bad when calledfor.
.md son, of Key \Vc t.
W. R. IIACKLEY.JOS. .
this advertisement(with this note)three .
Luartile )litdifn6-- --- A. THOURON, Clerk, M. C. C. tunes, sending a paper containing it to the Olden from all parts of the Union will be

CUSTOM HOUSE, KEY WEST, i Foundry, and receive payment when they promptly and moat carefully attended to,
I)0It'1' OF KEY WEST. Collector's Office, Dec. 26th 1835. { purchase four times the amount of their bills, and particularly in supplying SORTS for all
Proposals will be received at this office from the Factory. fonts furnished by their predecessors, Bin ;

< AURIVEl until 12 o'clock M. on Saturday 9th January E. WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR, ny & Runaldson, and Richard Honaldson.
Jan. 2, 1036.Sloop Paragon, Paik, for building a cistern that will contain ESPECTFULLY Inform the Printersof Stereotyping all its branches,executedby

t Havana, to master. 4500 gallons or thereabouts, on the lighthouse the United States to whom they have L. Johnson, as heretofore.
t 3. Sp. Schr San Antonio, Garrega, Havana premises at Cape Florida. long been individually known as established JOHNSON & SMITH.
t to master. The cistern to be built of brick in a sub. Letter Founders, that they have now form- No. 6. George St. Philadelphia, 1833. '.

i 4. Sloop Eden, Fish, Havana, to P. J. stantial manner, and cemented within and ,ed a co-partnership in said business, and (():::r Publishen of Newspapers who insert

I Fontano &. Co. without. hope from their united skill and experience, this advertisement, and forward a paper
! Schr Gould Reef Rice from The proposers will include in their eiti- to be able to give full satisfaction to all who containing it to J. & 8. will be entitled to
Hyder Aly
,
mates the expense of repairing the old wa- may favor them with orders. $3, payable in settlement of their accounts
,: wrecked schr. Bahama, to F. A. Browne. ter cenducters, or constructing new ones if The introduction of machinery in place when their bills amount to not less than $10:

Schr Bahama, S. Lovctt, from Savannah required. W. A. WHITEHEAD, of the tedious and unhealthy practice of J.s

bound: to Cuba; 122 boxes sperm candles, Collector and Supr. Int. Lights. casting type by hand, longa desideratum by '
and rice, to F. A. Browne-having been [n2-3w) the Eurepean and American Founders,was, PROSPECTUS
')n Carysford Reef. Resort American OF A NEW: VOLUME
A for Invalids. by ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure
Schr. Single Sailor, Bethell, Key Vacas, of time and money, on the part of our OF TIlE

!'o master. senior partner, first successfully accomplish. KEY WEST INQUIRER.The .

y Sloop Relief, Denison, Havana; to mas I i ed. Extensive use of the machine cast letter -
1 for. has fully tested and established its superiority second volume of tho KEY

5. Schr. Florida Anderson Havana in every particular, over that cast WEST INQUIRER will
1 to by the old commence on tho ;
W. F. English.t THE ,SUBSCRIBER on Indian Key having, has settled deter The Letter process.Foundry business will here- 19th of December: and with duo acknowl-
j t>. Sloop Moro Cattle, Burrow' Havan edgements for tho which has already
:, mined to open a HOUSE for boarding and after be carried on by the patties before support
an; to ma tcr.Ii lodging and believing it to be one of the! named under the firm of White,lIagar&co. been given to his endeavors, the Editor

I SAILED. mott favorable situations in the United Their specimen exhibits a complete series would express a hope that an avowal of his

Ii I Ji.n. 3. Sloop Paragon, Park, Havana. .,States for persons who are suffering from from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book determination to continue his undertakingmay

! Sp. Schr !Marianeta: Charlotte Harbor. pulmonary,di peptic and numerous chronic and News type being in the most modern lead to a still more extended (patron

} 4. Schr John Denison, Cold,Indian Key :diseases, and obliged to seek a refuge from light: and style. age. To his fellow citizens of Key West
" 5. Fish i the chill blasts of a northern winter, he feels White, Hagar & Co are agents for the ,
Eden Havana. ho
Sloop can only make known his resolution
to
safe in saying that Indian Key cannot be sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press.es .
s Relief, Denison, do. surpassed for beauty, health and climate. which they can furnish to their custom pursue that course in conducting the IN-
:Sp. Schr San Antonio,Garrega, .uacoa. Frost has never been known here-the era at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, QUIBEB, as will in his opinion conduce mostto

t d. Schr Single Sailor, Bethell, Reef. thermometer seldom below 55 or 56 in win Cases Composition Sticks, Ink and every the prosperity( of ho Island and tho good .

i Sloop Moro Castle,Burrows, Havan-j. ter,nor up to 90 in summer. his entirely article used in the Printing Business, kept of society, claiming for himself in further

t J 7. Schr Florida, Anderson. Marks. 1 1q exposed the sea from every point of the for sale, and furnished on the shortest no ance of that resolution, without pretending

-- I compass. tice. Old type taken in exchange for new to infallibility tho of
P. ---orJ SEPJI--A.: THOURON.CQ: The fare of his table arId bar shall be as at 0 cents per pound.N. I' his privilege candidly 2

Will be a candidate for the Clerkship of, good ai' the market will afford and attended B. Newspaper Proprietors who give stating own sentiments, although they
It Monroe County Court, at the election I Ii by experienced servants. Private rooms the above three insertions, will be entitledto may be at variance with those of a portionof

i February next Dec. 26, 1835. [n -td] for lodging gentlemen, ladies, and families Five Dollars in such articles as they may the community Tho columns of tho

(' OCr LUEN A. M. J JACKSON-C3)" I neatly arranged. 1 he undersigned hopesby select from our specimen. paper will be, as heretofore, kept as free
diligent attention and industry to merit from controversy possible.

([ :Monroe Respectfully County: offers as a himself candidate to the for voters Clerk of of the custom of his friends and the public BRUCE'S NEW-YORK TYPE FOUNDRY To the friends uf the INQUIRER abroad
generally. S. A. SPENCER.
i the County Court. Jan. 9, 1830. [n4td] Indian Key, Monroe County, Terri)49 JVb. 13 Chambers it. near Chatham. a promise is made, that no means attainable

{ O 1'IIE undersigned is a candidate 'lor tort of Florida, November 7th 1835.: \ tf. THE price of five line Pica and by the Editor shall bo left unemployed
lie office of Clerk of the County Court for rTbe St. plain an. to convey to them through its all
t Q:: Augustine Herald. Charles tique is reduced to 25 cents a |lb and Six I pages,
Monroe County, at the election) to be Courier commercial i intelligence this
held I ton Philadelphia Saturday Courier line Pica and larger to 20 cents, thereby originating in
? on the first Monda) in February next, andas ; New York Advocate and vicinity
making these perfect metal types cheaper particularly tho earliest and most
such respectfully solicits the suffrage of: Boston Commercial Gazette will give the 11! than any other. authentic information relating to tho wrecks
his friend and the public generally. above five insertions and forward their! This has had tho Florida
foundry added
I lately to id upon reef and the proceedingsof
Jan. ,
9, 18JG. (n4tJ] ASA F. TIFT accounts to this office for 'I
payment. J former imparallelled assortment the
--- I several siizes Court of Admiralty connected
(z -JOIIN J. SAN DS.l;:()) NOTICE. !' of Shaded, Condensed and Ornamented therewith-intelligence,which to merchants

Will be candidate for the office of Sheriffof All persons having demands against the I I Types i by which Printers the letter-press must always be ofinterest. Tho decisionsof

Monroe County at the election in February esate of Antonio 1'acheco deceased, late| are enabled to rival the impressions from the Court arc oftentimes of tho highest
in
next. Jan. 9, 183G. [f n4td] of the county oi HilUboroiigh, are hereby'required ;!'display.copper-plate beauty fancy and tasteful importance, and no occasion shall bo allow.
to the
present
same to the nader-
'
(iCrWi: are authorised to announce AL. signed.& And all those indebted to said es!I The assortment embraces 250 sizes orlvaraeties ed lo pass without the publication of such
L! KXANDER PATTERSON as a candidate tate are required to make from 12 line decisions at length.
cur payment on or pica to pearl, of Roman
l 8 erill'of Monroe County, at the clec- before the 16th of January 1826 I Italic, Black, Antique, Italian, Title All communications to be addressedpost
1!t \10010 February.next. [Jan. 9. 183C.: n4td)] WM. DUNCE, ad'mr. Condensed, Shaded, Backslope, German, (I paid) to J. ATKINSON.

I, (k -L. I BREAKER: QUINTINA PACHECO, adm'rx I Text, Ornamented,Music, fcc. and also Pi. Key West, December 1835.
Will be a candidate for the Sheriffalty Nov. 1C, 1835. [ 1-LJ IGJ ca Fraction, Superiors, Space Rules, As *

Muarce county at the election in February JOB WORK EXECU'IEI: A'I' I,I tronomical tad other Signs Ornamented V favor Wo should be happy to reciprocate

f\- Jan. :, 1836. (a3.td.'. this Office. Dashes, Long Braces, Brass Rules, nearly .the with any of our exchange papers
.
00 Borders, and more than 1000 Cuts or ,who wallansert the above: notice.



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ous taste of a remote and gothic age The' PROSPECTUSOF t
' FOR 1835. I'
< i MET110BOLOGI TABLE scene seemed almost as if contrived, with A NEW'OLt1 E

Ii',; TilE JOURNAL KEPT .111' TilE CUSTON 1I0USE, KEY WEST. theatrical artifice, to produce an effect on: OF THE
FnOJf the beholder. Here was a type of the be-' KEY WEST INQUIRER r

-- ginning and :the end of human pomp and i.
-----==----- Monthly. Daily range Raio Sh ow- Rain power; here it was literally but a step from The second volume- of the ({ i
I I I It
the throne to the sepulchre. Would not WEST INQUIRER will
MONTII. _S t3 ci ai .: .: o I on en on quanf think that these mementos commence on the
.. tD ell ell one incongruous 19ih Dewmber and with due .
I I of acknowi.edgements ,
I ,
a g 6_ days. I r nays. j tits.m had been gathered together as a lessonto for'the support which has alrca-:

* i J'nuary.. 60,50 54,00 68,881 26,50 14,50 2,00 8,049 1 I 6 ',2,400 living greatness!-to show it, even in dy been given to his endeavors, the Editor j
i rebl11ary. 79,50 45,00 65,362 34,50 16,00 2,00 9,187 0 2 0,000 the moment of its proudest exaltation, the would express a hope that an avowal of his j I
,4' March. 82,50 53,50 71,161 29,00 13,75 ,1,00 9,093 0 I J 0,050 neglect and dishonor to which it must soon determination to continue his unileitakingmay i
Aprn. 86,50 55,75 76,487 30,7b 12,50 I 6,00 0,991 J 2 1,150 arrive; how soon that crown which encircles lead to a still more extended
i' May. . 86,75 70,00 79,175 16,75 11,50 5,75 9,400 2 G 3,610 its brow must pass away, and it must: age. To his fellow citizens of Key patron-West
June. .. 89.50 73,50 80,977' 16,00 11,50 4,50 8,596 1 12 3,150 lie down in the dust and disgraces of the he make known his :
. 15,71) 12,00 7,00 8,917 3 12 3,255 can only resolution t
t July. 89,50 73,75 82,491 tomband: trampled upon by the feet of
that
pursue course in conducting the J...
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}t August. 8925 74,00 02,157 15,25 11,50 4,25 8,0'24 2 5,9301 the meanest of the multitude. For strangeto
,
Seph mb. 88,00 73,00 ono 15,00 10,50 4,00 7,075 2 16 5,900'' Q.ULUER, as will in his opinion conduce must
,F1)' October... 85,25 6H,25 76201 17,00 13,50 3,00 7,097 0 5 0.4251 tell, even the grave is here no longer a to he prosperity of the Island and the good
,I Novewb. 84,25 60,50 76,567 23,75 12,00 2,00 7,750 1 15 1,430 sanctuary. There is a shocking levity in of society, claiming for himself in further.
_, ] Tcembj 8025 58,00 70,3t4 22,25 12,50 5,00 7,839 3 92,775 some natures, which leads them to sport ance of that resolution, without pretending:
with awful and hallowed and there /
-- ----- things, the
to infallibility, privilege of
/' Yearly. 6t,50 45,00 75,924 + 21,875 16,00 1i,00 I 8,335 16 1 99 30,075 are base minds, which delight to revenge on stating his own sentiments, although candidly 1
they
In 1834. 89,00', 54,50 71,39' 119,958 7,044 8 49 36,090 the illustrious dead the abject homage and may he at variance with those of a portionof

w In 1833 27,550- grovelling servility which they pay to the I he community. The columns of the
The coffin of L'dward the Cunfessor
living.
paper will be, as heretofore, kept as frcfi
(Q'-Tlle Thermometers are U IIUTHEP FOILD'S self Registering horizontal thermometers I has been broken open,,and his remains from controversy possible. !,

despoiled of their funeral. ornaments; the To the friends of the
circulation of air during the night as well as the day. INQUIRER abroad
kept in a free sceptre has been stolen from the hand of a promise is made, that no means attainable .
the imperious Elizabeth, and the effigy of
the Editor shall
by be left
unemployed
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------- -- -- Henry the Fifth lies headless. Not !
--- a royal
to convey to them through its( page, all!!
:
DON' QUARREL.One in the adoption of (he best means to sucuiu; monument but bears some proof }how false' commercial s
intelligence originating :.1: .
of the easiest, the most common, the best ends. This business of quarrel- and fugitive is the homage of mankind. vicinity, particularly the earliest and ir I

and the most perfectly foolish things in the ling just reverse the proceedings; it is the come arc plundered, some mutilated, some authentic information relating to the \vrrck most
wor1d,is-to quarrel;no matter with whom, application of the worst means to secure covered with ribaldry\ \ and insult-all mure upon the Florida reef and the

own,woman orchildor upon what pretence, the worst ends. If it is really desirable or lets:; outraged aad dishonored) of the Court of Admiralty proceeding conncctul,t

provocation occasion soever. There is that you should make a man your enemy, The last beams of day were now faintly thel"Cwilh-intcJtigence, which to merchant!.
no kind of necessity for it, no manner of you might contrive a much more comfortable streaming through the painted windows in must always be of interest. The decision"
use for it, and no species or degree of ben- and honorable mode of making him in the !high vaults above me; the lower parts of the Court arc oftentimes of the highest' I
efit to be gained by it. And yet, strangeas the effort. What then? has a man wrongedyou 'of the Abbey were already wrapped in the importance, and no occasion shall be allowed : .

tim fact may be, theologians quarrel,and ? if so, he has done himself a great obscurity of twilight. The chapels and to pass without the publication of suet
politicians quarrel, lawyers, doctors and deal more mischief than he has done you, 'aisles grew darker and darker. The effigies decisions length.

printers quarrel, the church quarrel, and but if the offence requires it, apply peacea- of thc kings faded into shadows; the All communications to be addressed

: the'state quarrels, nations and tnbes, and bly and quiet, to your remedy at lawdon't marble figures of the monuments assumed '(post paid) to J. ATKINSON.:

y' corportions, men, women and children, quarrel with him. Have you been insulted strange shapes in the uncertain light; the Key West, December i 63t.f .
c; dogs and cat birds and beasts, quarrel ? that only proves your antagonist a evening breeze crept through the aisles like : 1111
about all manner of things and on all manner blackguard, it does you no harm- -let him the cold breath of the grave; and even the ;. We should be happy to reciprocate
of occasit ns. alone-don't quarrel with him. Won't distant footfall 'of a verger, traversing the the favor with any of our exchange papers
Now that great deal of mischief comes your neighbour agree with you in opinion? 'i'oct'a Corner, !had something strange and ; who will insert the above notice.

j of Jhis every body sees, and feels, and admits well, and you are right and ho is wrong, dreary in its sound. I slowly retraced my HTYPE FOUNDRY !
but what good Many things, evil in but if you quarrel with him about it, you morning's:: walk; and as I passed out at the of Mr. RICH ARP
j themselves, have their redeeming results, are both wrong, that's all-so: don't quarrelif portal of the cloisters, the door, closing RON ALDSON his long established ant '
: and produce at least their kernel of wheat you would keep in the right. with a jarring noise behind me, tilled the very extensive' Type Foundry, the subscribers

t to the bushel' of chaff but if any body diV; T/HJ reason people quarrel about religionis ulidlc building with echoes. have of formed a co-partnership said business for the
and for
fi.' covered a good thing come out of a quarrel because they really hare so little of it, 1 endeavored to form some arrangement .the purpose convenience:continuing of their friends and, rat
if he'll give us its length,breadth, quality and the harder they quarrel, the more abun- in my mind of the objects 1 had been contemplating rons, have removed their establishment to a

'i i ,and description, wu'11 insure him a pa- dantly do they prove it. A man has a rightto but found they were already more central part of the city. As it i'? their
{ tent for it, and the credit to boot,of having stand fast by his religious faith-a rightto tailing into indistinctness and confusion.j'intention to keep on hand a good assortment
teen further into a millstone than any chap insist upon it; a right to present It Ie' Names, inscriptions, trophies, had all become of the best type, and to make such addition
that ever looked into daylight cast of the spRCtfully on all proper occasions, to the confounded in my recollection, tho' and improvements as the taste of the trade
Hudson. 1 have never heard of it, nor consideration of others; but he has no right 1 had scarcely taken my foot from oil' the and flatter the wants of the country require, they

be"nllho I name of him who ever did hear to quarrel-and any man that will quarrel threshold. What, thought I, is this vast merit themselves a share that of this establislimcn'will !
large They
it and confess it to be tho most incon about these things in has of but patronage.
of my opinion not assemblage sepulchres, a treasury of have now several' fonts on hand, which cnn .1
ceivablc of all things. much to quarrel about. :humiliation ; a huge pile of reiterated homilies 'be furnished at a few hours notice, and an I
Some things look very well in theory Politicians need not to quarrel. Who- on the emptiness of renown, and the I prepared to make fonts of all weight- and '
which do not answer at alt in practice: and ever quarrels with a man for his political certainty of oblivion. It is, indeed the sizes, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, includm?
, it is possible for a man to reason himself opinions, is himself denying the first princi- empire of death; his great shadowy place; a great variety of Ornamental Lctter.-
into the belief that a particular system is ples of freedomfreedom of thoughtmoral where he sits in state,mocking at the relics Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes I'm-
which when reduced will liberty without which there is ol human : Rule, and other ornaments will be found '<
j right, to practice, nothing glory, and spreading dust and be extensive, of which n roll'
turn out entirely wrong. But neither the in politics worth a groat; it is therefore forgetfulness on the monuments of princes be forwarded very to Printers as specimens soon as they
theory nor the practice of quarrelling is wrong upon principle. You have on this How idle a boast, utter all, is the immortality can be prepared. '

good. subject a right to your own opinions, so ofa name! Time is over silently turningover Printing Presses of every descriptor,

I \sfor the theory-molasses catches lies, have others; you have a right to convince |. his pages; we arc too much engrossedby Printing Ink of the most approved quality,
they won't como near vinegar If jieople them if you can, they hare tho same right. the story of the present, to, think of the Composing Sticks, Brass Galleys, Impoiinp!
will not listen to reason, they will very seldom Exercise your rights,but,again 1 say-don't characters and anecdotes that gave interestto Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boank
hearken patiently to abuse; you may quarrel.The the past;and each age is volume thrown Standing Presses, Furniture together .
t lead, but you cannot drive men, either into truth is, the more quietly and peaceably aside to be speedily forgotten. Tho idol a complete assortment of all articles! im'!

". the right, or wrong way. If you succeed we get on, the better-the better for of to-day pushes. the hero of yesterday out in a hand.Printing Ofllcc will be kept constautHon

by an irresistible argument in convincing ourselves and the better for our neighbors. ol our recollection ; and will, in turn, be
a man, and you find out thatConvinc'd In nine cases out of ten the wisest policy supplanted by his successor of tomorrow Small fonts, suitable for Bookhinderin '

against his will, is, if a man cheats you, to quit dealing with -0.CPKESENT for.great variety, may be had when calf

He's of the same opinion still,"" him; if he is abusive, quit his company; if STATE OF JERl'SALE1. Older from all parts of the Union will t

there is no principle ever yet discovered in he slanders you, take care so to live as that PuuJuulat, in a recent visit to that sacred promptly and moat carefully attended I''"
human nature, which can reach nobody will believe him; no matter who he city, describes its appearance as melancholy and particularly in supplying SORTS for .. .
his will ti tt armis.upon Men can't you be madeto is, generally,just let him alone. There is and dismal; a mass of dark stone house, fonts furnished by their predecessors, DIu
believe So nothing better than this cool, calm, quiet each surmonntcd with a dome, heaped together ny & Rwnaldsoa, and Richard RonalJson.
compulsion.
upon you may Stereotypingin all its branches, cxcell:(r
way of dealing with the we meet. like tombs divided into
wrongs districts
just as well let go both ends and drop. him, -Trenton or by L. Johnson, as heretofore.
Emporium. for l\IussclmensArabs
in a good humour. quarters Arminians, JOHNSON k SMITH
As for the practiceif them is anything Greeks:: Latins,Jews, &c. &c. The Jews Not, George St. Philadelphia, 1KJJ.

,, in the world will make a man feel bad, c.- WESTMINSTER AD EY. still adore this revered spot. Twenty aged I 0 7-Publishers of Newspapers who inc:
cept pinching his fingers in the crack of a WASHINGTON.. IRVIM females of this religion- arrived there during this advertisement and forward a pap.'.
m door, it is unquestionably a quarrel. No I rose and prepared to leave the Abbey.As M. Poujoulat's sojourn, each ove: 82,I I containing it to J. & S. will be entitled ;
man ever fails to think less of himself after 1 descended the flight of steps which led to prepare for themselves a tomb in the valley i $.33* payable in settlement of their aCCOllnl-
.when their bills amount to not less than $11''
ot'Jchusapmat.DIGGLG .
I than he did before one-it degrades him in into the body of the building, my 6."e'n : J. k S.
his own yes?'and in the eyes of others- caught by tho shrine of Edward the Con-
and what is worse,blunts his .sensibility to fessor, and I ascended the small staircase orr A HOLE.-'An so ye ar' NOTICE.All .
disgrace, ''on the one hand, and increasesthe that conducts to if, to take from thence a '.digging out the hole,there, Pat,ar' )'07'said : persons having demands against it"
one Irishman to another esate of Antonio Pachcco deceased, lat
power of passionate irritability on the general survey of this wilderness of tombs. engaged in making '
other. In short, it is the source of unmix- The shrine is elevated upon a kind of plat a hole to insert a post. No, faith, it's not of the county ot Hillsborough, are the hen'1'required undc
the to the same to
hole
that I present
ed and perfect wretchedness. form, and close around it are the sepulchresof the am after digging out, for I'm signed.! And all those indebted to said c*
digging dirt .
"The fool who folds a viper to 'hi? heart, various kiLga and q'icens. From this there. out and leaving the hole tate are required to make payment on I''
Acts not a wilder or simpler part, eminence the eye looks down between pil before the 16th of January 1836. I
Than lime \vho lakes the worm-wood to lars and funeral trophies to the chapels and I _+0- I WM. DUNCE ad'mr.
his lip, chambers below,crowded ith tombs,where It is said to be a. difficult thing for a shad QUINTINA PACHECO.adn.
warrior to climb up a tree tail t Nov. 1C, 1835. [51-tJ J6) I
,, Filled with tin gall of bitterness-and prelate, courtiers and statesmen remost.
Not
lie mouldering in their" beds rtry unless he's scaled.
sips. of darkness
O:=7L. F. BREAKER: ; )
Wisdom is applied to the afhirs of men' Close by me stood the great chair of coronation Give to all men their due Will be a candidate for the Sheri alh I'i '"
rudely carved of oak, in the) barbar ;
If you'd have them do the i Monroe county at the election in Febrtt1'
to
same
you. next. Jan.
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