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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: February 13, 1836
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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BY J. ATKINSON. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 13, 1836. NUMUEIl VOLUME f.

.' tt'respecTs \\ciiMint umt-sctcrnr tjantrs Sven .--' -... --. .. .. -_._- i
: collecting in our neighborhood I he regular terms arc hold nt Key West the Norte W C'It-!' Passage: and drawing four advertisement (with this note) three times i
ulting about the attack, and the first Mondays in May and November. fret or upwards, except such as are hereinafter before the end of the year 1835, shall receive "11
fc mentioned, shall pay $2 00 i payment when they make
nifiht of the 21st (when I ho a purchase ,
COUNTY COURTS. the NorthWest from the Foundry of four .
All Vessels bound through times the amount
aflbrd no little aid) it was 'County Courts: having a limited civ Pass, and touching at Key West for of their bill. GEO. nnucl': & l
that I
. attack: us.J On daye tbe of letters, New-York, Aug. 22, IC35.
and original jurisdiction in all purpose landing passengers 43
officers1! and mvns', quarters, relating to Estates, Guardians, .ot obtaining supplies of provisions, wood or CO.'I'I
, exception of the C'1:1Irnan &c. arc held by the Judges in the water,shall depart w'rlboutbeing subject to BRUCES NEW YORK TYPE .' ,
quarters scarce!) a vestige i is counties semi-annualll' the above ordinances, unless the master of --:The subscribers respectfully -"
tonmcnt Brooke. ""' .cy were the said vessel shall request a pilot to take inform the printers, that they !have recently

furnish l too yo.:d a cover fur the APPELLATE: COURT. I charge of such vessel aud take her out over completed a variety of new fonts of letter ,I ;
Little did we think our first 'h Court of Appeals consisting of the : the Bur ; tor which services ho shall receive in the style of the latest European aped /
from the Navy. Glory of the several Superior: Courts: is the usual rates of pilotage. All pilots detained mens, well calculated for ornamental printing ..! ".I
be I annually at Tallahassee on the first I on board ot any vessel, by the request or sastc Ail display, and making an arf(. I
. it for the act in January. I' of her commander, shall receive for sortment of Printing Types unrivalled'in
* uQ.i the 28th each and every da>'a service three dollars beauty,extent and varietv. A bool .b'f. .,nn.
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Uougldy of the Navy arrived -' OF 'I'HE CUSTOMS. !per day, over and above his pilotage. i'ish-I cimens may be obtained at U Foundry-y !I

dies from tJov. Eaton. Lieut of hit. J\ugustinc.-CoHector log Smacks and V\ recking Vessels shall not No. 13,CIamberutreet, near Chatham st.
an open boat from St. Alaiks.\ .Rodman., be subject to this ordinance.Sec. It contains specimens from Twelve! Line
ernor has acted: with much 4. Be it further ordained 1 bat any Pica to Pearl-comprising :t
militia Horn Georgia arc of I'cnlncola-Collector, Robert vassel having passed the buoy on the Bar of 45 forms of Roman Cans. with 1. case.

and the Governor intends that Inspector, 11. A. Mitchell Surveyor the North West Passage, before ,having 35 do Italic dJT do
Wm. M. Loftin. been boarded by pilot, shall not be obligedto 5 do title Roman do do' 'I
taken it shall Le a ; ?
is 5 do
take the saulo. but iu case a pilot goes title Italic do do
cisivc one. I think it'CI')' ? of St. Johns- -Collector, James on board by the request of her captaiot then 6 do sh'd Roman do do i
several hundred militia may be he shall receive the usual pilotage. 17 do Antique do do i
: Inspector, 11 0 ratio J. Dexter. ''
point from St. Marks I bec. 5. Be it further ordained, That all ,12 do Black do do ,

"',LieutenantMyers of 0111' ; : ( of St. l\larks-CoUcctor, Jesse II. vessels bound into the Port of Key West, 5 do Open Black' do do ;;,
day before yesterday! (3Jih ) inspector Burr 11. Duval. In- and spoken by a pilot, Boca Cllica bearing % do Script do do *
Atlantic front New Orleans !' Augustus Steele, Tampa Day. North, or North Westerlystall pay full 5 do Germ'n Text do do i
\I pilota same rates at though she had 25 do Twol'nerom'ncaps with
of ammunition of figs j
auto
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large
been brought In over the main ship channel. 11 do Two lines Italic il
sent by order of Gen. Gaines of Apalachicola-Collector, G. J. capitals. j
All 10 do
vessel arriving and not having been Sh'd Caps. various kindt.
serial at Baton Rouge,together Floyd. Inspector, W. D. Price. I spoken by a pilot before Dassiccr the above 8 do Open do do I j

supply of Quartermasters named limit,and being three miles from the 7 do Italic capital and figures. \
laines: was fortunately in new of Key West-Collector, William ligbt Louie on Key Westsball only be subject Besides ornamental letters, backslope, l
the arrival of the news from Inspector and Deputy to pay half pilotage ; but if not spoken music,lottery figures, piece fractions, su i
Cui. Twigt'8 will be here in the Adam Gordon. Inspector, Ste until after passing the aforesaid limits, in periors, astr comical and other igns, space I
;' fortnight with 200 Regulars R. Mallory. Temp. Weigher and that case she shall be exempted from payingany ; rules, brass roles ornamental dashes, long J
William II. Wall. Appraisers, pilotage. braces, more than two
the whole hundred kinds of
tr.cnt (embracing 11.V('lis, George E. Weaver. bee. 6. Be it further ordained, That all borders,and more ban 1000 kinds of cuts I
Baton Rouge) and some 500 ( &, Charles Howe, Indian Key. vessels arriving through the West Pass, and and ornaments for school books,
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White has issued orders for the Dubose, Cape Florida. the East end of the Dry Rocks, to the and scientific works; orders for newspapers of !
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... any
t.i -a." .1.f wilt
'Ii
Harbor
C -Inspector, II. B. Westward of Sand wbicb,
C uncil take place annually on Key, bearing Southwest: or composing sticks, cases. chases,
shall pay full pilotage, but if not spoken until &o will beexpectcd tlheutmost
Monday in October ; and l> promp 'I
Biennially on tLc first parsing the aforesaid limits, and being titude,a large stock being always ou band.
gross Il AN KS. three miles from Key West light, only ball'pilotage They will also execute orders for printing
May. of West Florida, palachicola, chartered shall be recovered, but if spoken presses, ink, &c. which they will furnish at j
JUDICIARY. 1829apital. $500,000. alter passing tile aforesaid limits, shall be the manufacturer prices. f

Superior Court, having \ President, Cashier. exempted from paying pilotage. Printers newspapers will please pub
rUdiction. Sec.: 7. Be it further ordained, That mil |il. tLiaadnrfi.ementwith thisnotetnree)

EASTERN I'ISTRICT-- of Pensacola, Chartered 1831: -Cap pilots who shall bring vessel into this port, times,sending a paper containing it to the '
Counties of Nassau, St. Johns, ital $2,500,000. shall be entitled to carry her out,unless the Foundry, and receive payment when they
lumbia, Alachua, llillsborough Waller Gregory. Cashier, commander can show good and sufficieut purchase four times the amount of their bilk
Catlin. cause to the contrary. Any vessel arrivingat I from the Factors.
, Mosauito.. this without a pilot shall bave : ----I" J
ROBERT RATMOMDREID. port liberty ,
t(> Judge THOMAS, DourLASS. Marshal EAITI.N.'I t.'I of St. Augustine. Chartered 1831, tpdepart without a pilot, unless tbe F.. J
BLAIR. Capital $300,000.Not tain shall wish one. cap-I' R WHITE & WILLIAM IIAGAtt,
( yet in operation.) Sec. 8. If any pilot shall speak a vessel ESPKCTFULLY Inform the Printers f
bound to this outside of the United States, to whom
The regular terms are held as -- port, the limits,and they have :
For :3t. Johns and Mosquito and Planters Bank of Florida, the captain of said vessel shall refuse to long beenibdividually known as established
St. Augustine on the second Tallahassee, Chattered H'32. take a pilot, be shall be liable to pay full Letter Founders, that they have now form I
March and October. For Capital $200,000. pilotage, and tbe pilot so speaking him shall ed a co-partnenhip in said business, and I
President be entitled to said hope from their united skill and
on the second Mondays in Cashier, carry vessel out, unless experience,
to be able
vember. For Alachua, the captain refuses to take a pilot out, in to give satisfaction to all who
borough Counties, at l'i \ Bank of Florida, Tallahassee, which case the pilot shall be entitled to half may The favor them with orders. I
Wednesdays after the third 1832-Capital 1000000. pilotage out. introduction of machinery in placo
April and November. And for Ben Chaires. Cashier Leslie Sec. 0. All pilotage shall be recoverable of the tedious and unhealthy practice of I

i ty at Jacksonville, on the first A. Thompson. forthwith before any justice of the peace casting the type by band, longa desideratum by j,
t May and Dicembcr. Chancery upon affidavit of any pilot, that he spoke European and American Founder,was, I I
held at St. Augustine on tbe Bank of Florida,Apalachicola,I said vessel or boarded her outside of the by American ingenuity and a heavy expen :
diture
i day sin July and September* 1832-Capital $500,000.Not prescribed limits, and that the captain of of time and money, on the part of our
( yet in operation.) said vessel refuses to pay pilotage or half ed.senior partner, first successfully accomplish 1
) MIDDLE DISTRICT Comprising pilotage, in or out as the case may be. Extensive use of the machine cast let.
, ties of Leon, Gadsdeo, Hamilton Bank of Florida,Tallahassee, Chartered Bee. 't0. All pilots sball bave a good and tc/1',has fully tested and established its su ,,
I 1 and Madison. 1833-Capital $3,000,000. sufficient pilot boat to cruise outside of tbe periority in every particular, over that cast I
Judge, THOMIS RANDALL. ,John G. Gamble, Cashier, John Reef, and tIe name of such pilot boat shall by the old process. !

4 JAMES D. WESTCOTT. Marshal Parkhill. be painted in legible letters in her mainsail The Letter Foundry business will here.after I
with the
number
of her
branch
1 ESTIN RANDOLPH. underneath be carried on by tile parties before
Bank of Florida, Mariana, Chartered the same. named under. the---- n firm._._ of_. wiiii,. .....*.. .ii.."....".!._*.*VV... j
1804-Capital $7 ,OOO. Their !
Tile regular terms are held as specimen exhibits a complete series
it For Hamilton County, at -' (Not in operation.) I BRUCE'SNKw-YonKTYPE FOUNDRY from Diamond to 14 line. Pica. The Book I'
Mondays in Juno and -- I No. 13 C/iarnlxri near C/talham. and News typo being in the most modern
of Jacksonville
Chartered
JS35 I light and :
i Madison County, at San Capital $75,000. THE price of five line Pica plain and antique style. ,

j Thursdays after the first : (Not yet in operation.) is reduced to 25 cents a Ib. and Six White, Hagar & Co. are agents for the
(1 and December. And for the :
( line Pica and sale of the
i the District, at Tallahassee on larger to 20 cents, thereby Smith and Rust Printing Press }
making these perfect metal types cheaper es, which they can furnish to their
custom
i Mondays in April and October. the information of transient vessel than any other. en afaUie tnanufacturer's ,

I WESTERN DISTRICT Key West, we give the following This foundry has had added lately to its Cases, Composition Sticks prices., Ink and Chases every, .

Counties( Escambia OF PILOTAGE former unparallelled assortment several sizes article used in tbe Printing Business kept I
t ,WaltonV
of Shaded: ,Condensed and for sale,and furnished
Ornamented
Franklin and Jackson. by the County Court. oil the shortest no
Jon A. ordered the Types, by which Printers theletter-pre.s Old type taken in exchange for new
Judge CAMERON.
I by County Court,that all are enabled to rival the impressions from at 9 cents pound. j'j'Hoe.
per
GcoRtie WALKER.
: Marshal, J. shall be subject to the following copper-plate in ; N. B.
beauty
of I'ilotage. j fancy and tasteful the Newspaper Proprietors who give ,
:, The regular terms are held as I. All vessels of War ) display. above three insertions, will be entitled
rER | The assortment embraces to Five Dollar in such articles j
ror Escambia Countyat Pen and not more } FOOT 250 sizes or as they may
I first Mondays May and 14 feet, $2 00 varieties,(ruin 12 line pica to pearl, of Roman select from our specimen. I
" Walton County on tbe first 14 and not more Italic, Black, Antique, Italian Title, t
FOR
SALE CIIEAP.TH
t March and third Monday in 18 feet, 2 !5 Condensed, Shaded, Backslope, German ; .
t for Washington County on 18 and not over Text, OrnartrentedMusic&r. and also Pi Lot of OBOIWD on Whitehead' St.

Monday in March and fourth i dn feel, 2 50 ca tronomical Fractions and, Superiors,. Space Rules, As belonging to Felix C. Ruby, with' time bull-
I November. For Jackscn 21 feet, 3 QQ other Signs, Ornamented dings erected thereon
Dashes consisting of
i ana, on the third Monday :. Long Braces, Brass Rules, nearly n
Merchant
Ves. Dwelling House Kitchen and
first MonJay in December And ( :300: Borders and more than 1000 Cuts or Work Shop,
drawing 5 and
Dot ) all in good
Ornaments
for tolerably fepair. The lot
Uo County on the first Monday in twelve feet, shall > PEn rOOT Newspapers, School-Dooks, con .
and Scientific half
tains about
Thursday after the third Monday works. an acre of ground and is

ber. 12 and not over $1 50 The subscribersfunmb Composing-Slicks, surrounded by a good stone fence. The
Cases, Chases, Galleys prmS- rent at present for
feet, 2 00 Furniture, Paper, about rf0 per
SOUTHERN Ink all kinds '
: DISTRICT 16 and not above of Printing Presses,and every month W. A. WHITEHEAU. '
f County; Monroe: aDd part of feet, 2 M article required in a Printing-office, at tie Key West,Jan. 30, 1836. [n7-31J
; 'udgeJAMu ., uunufacturert'prices. -
WEBB. Attorney 18 feet shall pay i 50 They also execute
orders for JOB PRINTING
MARTI 1Iu"lIa1"uoxu 3. Ve ds arriving thro Stereotyping. EXECUTED AT ; *
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KEY WEST INQUIRER.

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,:! it, we will do ourselves the pleasure of com and sent her to Havana with an agentwho their duty. But we have no remedy unti. 1

TIlE JNQUIRE It., municating iton some future occasion.We I purchased with our own money a supply of a future Legislature shall assemble, wlic

have been honored also with a letter arm and ammunition. Our militia is or- will take the trouble to consult the acts of

KEY WEST; FLORIDA : from the Cashier of the have Bank answered on the sub- ganised, and heavy guard duty !is performed Congress, and learn what are, and what:
which trust we satIsfactoril -
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SATvnU\Y, FISBKUAIIY 13, 1836.NA ect, '. We are sorry to find, however, every night. So that now, ware in are not,rightful subjects of:legislation,

VAL.-The U. S. Frigate Constel that letters) obtained at Tallahassee command some measure prepared to make a/rcspec/ l ttvtnUUy uvvyt.... ..... .i..T.'.''."... .q T;,.

!anon' bearing the broad pendant of Com. a premium as well as United State table defence. \ irn upon the injustice of such ungentle

Dallas, and the Sloop of War St Louis, Dank notes-we having to pay twenty-five We have no cannon, but mujst epend mnly proceeding. The Yankee wn:: iris \
Capf. Rosseau, went to sea from this port cents to obtain Mr. Thompson's inquiry Inca'ble, and determined to punish !him fur
on Monday the 8th inst. bound to Pensa- after the exchange dealer of the_ Central solely on muskets without bayenctsywSfles, insult he had received. Lay lo\\n vouistols -

cola. Bank. pistols, and a species of short browFsurords, and sword: says he, still presnuii-! :,; I i

or more properly cane-knives: msuch a is musket, and to the Tight about fact :

Appointment by the President, with the FORTIFYING KEY WEST.-On situation, thinking it probable, that She Indians larcli. Tile poor major ass under thrcessity < '

:: adviceand consent of the Senate. 13th January, Mr. Southard offered a Resolution will eventually visit theKejA it can of obeying, and uttering cull!< '
WILLIAM MARVIN, to be District .f curses against his stars! passively! sub
; in the Senate to the following -
| Attorney for the Southern District of Flor purport not appear captious or ungracious, Mute itted.! The Yankee quietly took posses!

ida. : citizens of this place, thus l&\ on of his rums. It is base, it is cowardly,

- Thei val Affairs instructed to, inquire into the his fellow
COVRT. case South Florida here to jfencc. No, replied cnnibotaw.:
now looking us
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of the Brig Union came before His Honor expediency of providing such defences for will deal honorably, there, take my must ',
t West shall render it safe rendezvous for protection, to resist a threateneoy draft,
and as a -
Key
Juhge Webb, on Thursday llth inst. I ? tlirowinjr! it towards him, and doft'iid
, forty pet cent was awarded as salvage. and depot for the Navy. to stand upon their legal rights// and see uirself. lIe, quite incensed seized the

, i We understand, in ad&tionfrotn private that the Legislative and ExecuuwSaower uskct, with a mixture of exultation! and

r Wo understand that the Cutter Washington I sources, that an able report in favor of the do not exceed their .prescribed liln 1s. iecipitato vciiGcancr:!: rushing forwaid: fli .

attached to this District, has been pla- project might be anticipated from the Com If we understand the Govern '.- Message .I,landed 'Ms arms, or he would blow him to
ced under thc+> Irders of the Secretary of -I. Blow away says the Yankee. Pro. ,
mittee. rightly, the evil attempted tf e remedied -
the Navy. oJied by such unparallelled insolence, in a
The New York Mercantile Advertiser by the amendment to our rnilij l law, it of frenzy, lie drew the) trii gc'r. lit? ;

S1lIP WRECK.-Theschr Exchangeof of 23d January contains a letter from Paris was, that the officers whose duty j it beento :das, the musket had not peen cllar ..!'II I-.

Frankfort, Maine, went ashore at Tampa and- which says:-There has lately been order elections for military office neg- I.'lie glory! of the bragadncia was sosullicd' ,
blow
Bay on the 31st January haJ in a published here, Charts of our whole SeaCoast ec'ed to perform their duties in this spect hd his feelings so mortally woundid l ly
was entirely lost. She no cargo onboard indiRu ity that he sold his commission
and especially accurate Maps of the us ,
Her sails and rigging have been and therefore the right of electi? J been
entrance of every harbor on the Gulf of n the regiment, and left the place.
brought to this port and sold. VIexico. The Chart of Pensacola gives attempted to be taken away, nolwU/ stand-I

I it had been by act of C The they Court Down EI1, f...
LARGE PUMPKIN. Wo last week the Channel, position of the Forts and Na ing given gress. I IMy

saw a pumpkin which grew on the improved vy Yard) and is beautifully executed. In The neglect of officers to order eWetions, Sally, the housemaid, paring apples in

grounds the barracks on this islandweigh the event of a war between France and tho proves they were not faithful, and Jiot that he. corner.
United States the station of the French Enter Obadiah who ceatshimself
in the
and the CounGFihd !
ing one hundred and fifteen pounds, system was bad. The the
fleet will be the West Indies and their first to without sacinu
measured about six feet in circumference. the antNfte iner, opposite Sally, a
to de-
right prescribe manner
"eUfor coral reef." attempt will be to take Pensacola, and word for fifteen minutes; hutfinallysciat-
This is a
pretty command the commerce of the Mississippi. tails of holding elections, and might have liinu his head, breaks silenee wit 11- I

We publish on our fourth page of to-days "Admiral Mackau understands the po- made it the duty of the County Courts, or | '"There's considerable imncrrrpMblc! al-

paper the Treaty between the United States sition of things in that quarter, and may; Justices of the peace, or even of commis- rim of the the weather since last \\<'eV
and the Serainole Indians concluded at look to this as the point of the greatest $ Sally. 'Taint sr injudicious anti so in- h
sioners designated by name to warn and .r.,. __ .
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moment in the of '
commerce sixty
annoying
Payne's Landing on the 9th) May 1832. ;
Those of our readers who would like to millions, which now passes through the hold elections for military officers. This FROM 1'A lIP A.-By tie return .f
that Gulf of Florida. would have cured the evil complained of, the Sea Flower
see it are referred page. Brig Capt. Tyler, fri-m
This information is confirmatory of what and would yet be within the spirit and letterof 1'ampaEay, intelligence has been rccc.u:

(7We have understood within a few I we have always asserted, that should we the act of Congress. Our present con from the Garrison at that place up to t.V!

days, that the Legislative Council have get to war with any rnaratime power the dition illustrates the old adage, that whatis 2d insf. Tho marines from the U. S. Fi.

thought proper to divide the County control of the Commerce of these seas hastily done is seldom well! done. Constellation who
gate :
were sent i If
Monroe, and have made out of a portion of would be the first object of attention. The Some contend, as we have heard, that strengthen the force there, did not returr

it another County. We consider it one present exposed situation of Pensacola, the' same objections as are made in the in the Brig, but remained to insure the

of the wildest schemes that we have heard and indeed of almost every sea port in the Resolutions to appointments of military safety of the Fort, as there was some prospect

i of lately, but until we hear something Union, is disgraceful to the country.lly officers by tho Governor upply equally wellto still of an attack from the Indians: in

more definite respecting it, must remain i in civil officers; and if 'lie cannot appointthe its All the
vicinity. th
buildings in :
doubt as to what will result from the meas- KEY WEST CIIARTER.-We learn former consistently with the act of Congress
stockade have been
u...J..V' by late arrivals from Tallahassee, that the of destroyed in onlcrtoafford
1829
neither
urc. can 'he the latter
no which the !
cover by approach ot
Legislative Council have removed their
and therefore, it is inferred, we have no the foe
be facilitated Iho'tno
might and it is
,
FLORIDA INTELLIGENCER ban from us, and given us another City civil officers
except sheriff clerks and
have seen recently some numbers of a pa-! Charter. With its are unac danger need be apprehended from an
provisions of
per bearing this title, edited by EDWARD: quainted. Private letters from Washington justices the peace. To our mind thereis attack should one be made; which, hoW '\'

CHANDLER, Esq. at Tallahassee. Wo wishit a material distinction arising from the er, we do not think probable, as the lnd i
As Mr. Chandler wa dated 24th January received in town, want of
success. legislative action with
every
respect to ans must be aware tint the garrison is \ve!
for some years a resident of our Island we I state that members of the Committee on civil officers. With the exception of sheriff
trust that he will sometimes keep watch the Territories have expressed themselvesin and clerks prepared to receive them.
of
k the i in: the county courts, there The U. of
over its interests among community no very gen/le terms of the act abolishing S.Sloop War Vandaliacaj/
which 'lie now dwells. It is oftentimes' arc no provisions made by our laws for the Webb, is at anchor in the Bay, and many
tho charter and would advocate
We shall exchane with i the its election of civil officers. The act of Con
necessary. of her
threeRevenue
men, we believe,on shore, and
Intelligencer with pleasure. tI repeal. gress of 1829, provides, that the qualified I
Cutters,the Dallas, Capt fir;rue,

(ErThe:: Editor of the Floridian fathers FROM 'l'ALLA1IASSEE.-By the voters of Florida shall choose their officers the Dexter, Capt Rudolph, and the Washington .

which I. Schr Caledonia Capt. Hoxie which arrived civil and military, in such manner &c as. ;
all the misrepresentations we com Capt. Jones, have also contributes!

inented on sometime since, relative to here from St. Marks on the 3d inst., the ihe Legislature shall prescribe. Now with in men and guns to the protection of the

wrecks &c. on our coast, with the exception amendment to our Militia 'laws, and the respect to civil officers, \\iththe two ex- Fort, and have served despatch iesst'1
we took the liberty of making in his ceptions above named
Governor's proclamation have been received the Legislative The Washington however, has been des
the of
favor-respecting amount salvage i
awarded. Ho informs us that ho is inti- at this place. TIm manner these have Council have made no provisions for an patched by Gov. Eaton to Charlottes Harbor

with the been received by our citizens be best' election; and the act of Congress giving
mately acquainted every part of may to ascertain if arms or other munitions
coast, from tho Tortugas to Cape Florida, learned from the preamble and resolutions,' the right of election to the people, is imperfect of war had been furnished the Indians.. A
having crossed the reef; at no less tht'nfit'c until our Legislature shall '
that and which chooseto
number
we publish to-day's paper, of vessels chartered to remove ti.r

different poi nts.CENTRAL. -- \.J were unanimously adopt t1 by the largest perform their duty as contemplated in Indians, were in the bay, and or. hoard: cf

, public meeting we ever saw assembled at the said act. But it is not so as regards .them were the women and children.
; FLORIDA.
_" The BANK OF Key West. military officers. The Legislative Council : Further the lot
; assertion\ made in a late Key particulars are given by
West Paper, thai &premium was demanded Unless the officers, recently chosen by, as early as 1829, in obedience to the lowing extracts from a letter to Dr. 13. F

by tho Central Rank for specie in exchange the citizens of Key West, shall be act of Congress' made provision in what Nourse, U. S. A. from Lieut. Benj. AlvorJ,
: for its own notes, is a deliberate r'Cog.I' manner andy whom the military officers
I falsehood. United States Dank nised and commissioned by the 4th Reg. Infantry, with which we baitbeen
: notes arc should be elected,aid the
same similar
at a premium hero and are bought and sold (of which we have but little doubt,) we have or kindly furnished.
provisions continued
the Bank at tho market price." Flori. up to the 16th We the ma
by -[ are without military officers,and even military l.i l. were much rejoiced to see
: January 183C. So far, then, as militar rines who came with Lieut. Waldron. They
to condition.
,, dian.The i applicable our officers are concerned, die act of arrived on the 22d the day after tli<-
Congressof
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Floridian very
Editor of the might have: I After the detachment of the lam ted
January 1829 went into night on which we had most reason to anticipate
had: the courtesy, to have incorporated i in' complete! and
Major Dade removed from this
was enemies,
; the above article, the information, thai the pest. I perfect effect, and our Legislature an onset from our savage
cannot
with all the public arms and ammunitions and be tho reinforcement wis
"assertion; ," was not made from our own now lawfully take you may sure
personal knowledge. As he has bought our citizens,on the breaking out of India ,that act. away rights secured by very welcome. It u true that we had completed had

proper, however, to answer civil inquiryin hostilities,subscribed freely and generously' in a great: degree our defences,
I I It was surrounded our little stockade by a troublesome ? -
rather an abrupt manner, wo have requested according to their means, purchased and undoubtedly the duty of our Le- lino oft rota de "wolf pits,"
loup or
i the tho intelligence gentleman to from favor whom us with we the reccived sent provisions and ammunition to our fellow Suture, by proper laws, to give complete and were only praying that the enemy'

name of lib informant. lie has done so, citizens, mho had been driven from effect to the act of Congress of 1829, by might come and jump upon our cannolJ : I
Floridian is their "homes at the Cape, chartered vessel mouths, that we might in some degree aenpe \ I
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p the Committee to into effect tho preceding I stroyed or suspended by our Legislative
it is mo t tine that i is would have depended scl) employed in transporting fish to Havana carry
resolutions"A because it is inconsistent with the
greatly on the number and concentration from the fishery at Charlottes Harbor, body,
of the enemy whether wo could have d1 c (the nearest, settlement) mi<.;ht have supplied; true copy from tho minutes. law of Congress of 1829, is moreover a
WM. U HACKLEY prohibited of for that
subject legislation !
ted as much as we should have desired.lly .- the Swages with arms and
nmmllllition'-1 Chairman. reason, and ia of itself invalid and void,
a prisoner: taken on the: 18th, whose Major D immedinlc'y sent
turned be in the this. office : F. A. nuow.n:, Secretary.U. without any future action of Congress on
narration has out to true many make requisite inquiries at ,( the !
respects we learnt that several bands were and if I am not mistaken, that gentleman subject
S. Frigate Constellation, Wo have before witnessed with pain the
,
in and con satisfied from the I
collecting our neighborhood, wes fully explanations
Key West 4th February 1836. assumption of
i' suIting about the attack, and that on the was enabled to give, that no supplies of the power by our legisture,
night of the 21st (when the moon would kind could halo been conveyed by tl*c G}NTLl:1UN1: cannot but feel greatly which Congress never granted and which
I complimented by the manner in winch the sometimes came in direct conflict with the
afford no little aid) it was contemplated to vessel, without discovery, on her regular1voyages )
.4 inhabitants of South Florida have deemedit "Constitution and laws of tho United
that set tiro to the and
attack us. On day we nothin has transpired to rcn
( officers' and U1 'ns' quarters, and with the der it at all probable that any hate been )proper to notice my arrival at Key West States. Several of our unjust and inex
; exception of the Commanding officer's performed without the cognizance of the Considering the strong feelings of alarm pedient laws have been annulled by Con

: marlcis scarcely a vestige is left of Cantonment proper officers. If the Indians had recciv which prevailed throughout Florida, had 1 gress, which circumstance ought to have

s; Brooke. TJ.cy were thought toliinrish td assistance from Charlottes Harbor, it is have acted otherwise should, in my opinion made our lawgivers more circumspect and
..11i.a : too god a cover for the euenay.- [to bo presumed the residents thero! would have been justly subject! to censure.1'o .-. cautious. Florida has teen a favored, and
have been enabled the discharge of wo fear, a spoiled child of tho Republic
in
would
:..id Little did we think our first succour anticipate no danger, but on the contrary,
,.r, be from the Navy. Glory ever lest upon our last advices state that they wero nil in my duties, to extend some little assistanceto by reason of indulgence, oftentimes assuming
the small force at understood what its parent had not granted and in
j it for the act great alarm and had reason to expect an Tampa flay, ,
}f.oJ!. ft.oJ!. "Oa the 28th Jan. Lieut attack.It to be menaced by the near approach somo instances petulantly grasping what

Doughty of the Navy nrm'l'lwith\ du :lies from Gov. Eaton. Lieut D. came in to Major Dade has been the solo origin at the same time to cause tho Light to be We hold it to to the solemn duty of the \

nn open boat, from St. Muiks. The Governor of tho statements: you have seen and reinstated at Cape Florida, and the buildings people, on whom the laws arc to operate, f ito
has acted with much encr y. The the reports that have been propagated, and so secured as to place the keeper and watch strictly the law-making power,and
militia nom Georgia: are coming down, I'it is my opinion that suggestion was made his assistant::! appointed to the charge, in hold it within its appropriate sphere. That
anllhc 1 Governor intends that when a stepis upon no foundation whatever. comparative safety: has afforded me no 1 title it is unbecoming for men to suffer, under

. taken it shall l Le a concentrated and decisivc Respectfully, &c. satislaciion. a plea of strong necessity, invalid laws,
i one. I think it very possible thai W. A. WHITEIIEAD. May I beg, gentlemen, that you will burthcned with heavy penalties and punishments
It several hundred) militia may be sent to this Collector.It make known to the inhabitants ol* South:: to grind and oppress them-to
point from St. Matks. Florida, my
.; "..LieutenantMyers of our Regt arrived; seems the report went from here to paid me, and assure them, that it shall: al own families to such remote points as may I
day before yesterday ((3Jib Jan.) in the Tampa-from there in the communications ways be my pleasure, as I teed it to be my suit the whims of officers, they have never

Atlantic from New Orleans bringing a very' of tile officers to Tallahassee; at duly, to all ru to them as well as: to every chosen, and in whom they might not
: large: Mote of ammunition of all kind, which place it had assumed sufficient im citizen of the United :States that protection choose to confide.
y sent by order of Gen. Gaines from the ar portnncc to he incorporated in despatche (when called for) which tho force placed at We am aware, that a savage war is raging J

serial at Baton Rouge, together with a large to Washington, whence the presses through my 4 supply of Quartermasters Stores. Gen out the country have received it. Thus Accept for yourselves, gentlemen, my fear, that when the foe is defeated on the I '
, ( ;aides was foi innately in new Orleans on do mountains grow out of mole hill?. thanks for tho manner which you have mainland, ho will dec to tho Islands, and
j the arrival of the news from this post communicated the Resolutions,anti believe even to this place as his last refuge. As
: Gol. Twigfa will be here in the course of a me to be: with high considerationYour : the United States have removed from this

:tJ f ioitnight-with 200 Regulars our Regiment ob't serv't, Island their troops and, ammunition, we
) : (embracing the whole command from It is with much pleasure eve give placeto A. J. DALLAS. arc left lo our own resources and valor for

<' Baton ltCugand) some 500 militia. Gov. the following correspondence, a copy of To W. A. Whitehead, F. A. Browne, defence and safety. Under these circumstances

f White has i issued orders for the drafting of which has been furnished us: for publication O. O'llara, William Alurvin: and Thomas: wo cannot approve the legislativeact
these militia, who will be under the command Easliu, l IUlrc, Gentlemen of tho Committee that virtually places the military above
West
i-f Col Twiggs. We are anxious to Key Feb. 3d 1836. &:e. Key West. the civil law, and provides an illegal modeof
have him ariive. To Commodore A. J. DALLAS, drawing force, tho few militia resident
* IVe shall to end the U.S. West India this from the defence of their
try campaign Commanding Squadron At a meeting of the citizens::>> of Key on Key, .

: before the rainy season sets in. SIR:-At a public: meeting held on yesterday W cst, held on tho 2d Feb. 1836', at the own homes.
:r I think the citizens of Key West have To much of tho Governor's
the 2d; insf. tho undersigned were Court House Wm R. so procla! I
Jlackley Lsq was
rcry little to apprehend from the Indians appointed a Committee to carry into effcc matron an contemplate volunteers against
will have to do clscwheic. called to the Chair, and F. A. Urowne, JSscj the foe make
They enough the resolutions:: herein enclosed, and it is common we not the slightest
Wi: coincide with the writer in the opinion with much pleasure (hat in furtherance of appointed; fcecietary. objection. Wo hail it as legitinu to, and

last expressed, so Jar as to consider our duty, we now address: you. The object of tho meeting being staled wish it entire success. If any among us

ourselves sale, until! the advance of the Placed in a situation of some peril from by the Chairman, tho following preamble can, consistently with higher duties, volunteer

Troops from the North and from Tampa the hostile aspect of the Indian tribes,will and resolutions: were unanimously: adopted. they shall go forth with our test
shall! I'mco the enemy in this direction a prospect before them that circumstances wishes and sincerest thanks. We can
When that time arrives, unless there is a might considerably increase the apprehcn WuuitLAS, Tins meeting has read and: yield much to patriotism, hut nothing to
force in this quarter to protect it, a visit tied danger, the inhabitants of South Flor consitlcied: an act of tho luvernurand LeMativo assumed and arbitrary power. ,
from them is not an improbable event it ida saw no means of relief readily to be bt Council of tho Territory ol Florida Therefore Resolved, That the law of j

would stem, from all accounts, that the Indians obtained as the vicinity of a portion of our; approved 15th January, 183G, which the Governor and Legislative Council of i
arc the undisputed masters:: of the gallant Navy seemed likely to afford them ; purports: to amend the militia Jawot'/>> this Florida, approved 15th January 183G, attempting -
country-the whole force opposed to them and it has been with no ordinary feelings Ternioiy, so as: to authorise::! the Governor to givo the appointment| of our
shut in forts and of that to appoint all the higher officers:, and to officers the
being up camps. gratification, they have witnessed military to Executive, and tp !
The foregoing was intended for last the promptness with which )'ullhave listened I provide drafts! under heavy |Iccnaillos, and! Brigadier Generals, is inconsistent with the
their call in punishments::>> for every infringement or disobedience law of tho United \
week's paper, but no later intelligence having to coining to their aid will Saie3) of 1829, and
been received of any movement, it the forces under lour command, and the of said law. And whereas, we therefore absolntelv invalid anti void._ ,
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interest evinced fur their in have read and considered tho (iovcn or'lI Resolved That
not be uninteresting to some of our readers, safety affording without intending disrespect
although some days have elapsed since it them every protection which circumstances proclamation, issued in obedience to the to the law-making power, or to our
have rendered said: act. and havo also learned that several fellow
was written. }possible.For : citizens who have received military
the services you have thus rendered, commissions: for field officers have been: commissions, whoso worth and feelings wo

ARMS OF THE IN/JIANS.-We we have been directed to convey to you the cent to some of.our fellow citizens, who respect, wo will recognize no military officer .
sincere thanks of the inhabitants of South have never been elected to those cilices by him
remark in several of our exchange paper, or obey as such, who has not first
Florida,so justly due, and also, to express us; it becomes us,us freemen having rights: teen elected ty ourselves, notwithstanding
that the hostile
i statement, Indians have their best wishes for tho welfare of your secured by law, calmly, but h'rmly! ,to main- ho may hold the Governor's commission
been partly supplied with arms from the self :and those under your command. I lain those: lights:: and lo see that they are under the invalid act of the Legislative

West India Islands, and also: observe that We avail ourselves of the occasion, to:' neither invaded nor destroyed! by illegal adsumption :- Council. Holding our rights i by a grant

such representations! have been made to express to you the respect and esteem: with of power' under tho plea of from the Congress of the United States,.

Mr. White as to lead him, in hu place in which wo are, individually, w-.UJ 11 State necessity.Wo we will not tamely surrender them to the .i
to make similar Sir, your most ob't scrv'ts. I IY. find, that when our Territorial government ., Legislature of Florida. cL *, .
Congiesd rcir.aik. A
a
ru \ A. IVIII I'EiIF AD. I was organized, Congress! gave to' Resolved That I
mour uf! the kind came to our ears some F. A. BROWNE. the Governor and Legislative Council le on Thursday next wo
into an election of Field
go Officers fill
to ,
time since, and as the circumstances were O. O'HARA. gislatnupowercxtenduig"toa1, rightful, the vacancies in the |0th Regiment
said to have taken place within the Districtof WILLIAM MARVIN. subjeitoof legislation? but it also piovi- Resolved That the ,v
proceedings of this
THOMAS EASTIN. dud, thai "no law shall be valid ,
Key West, we took took time liberty- on inconsistent with the C:0118titutionnncllaw&, which, I meeting! be .published in- the n_ _Kov__I iv" __w.t .in...

various accounts to doubt its correctness, of the United States" \Yu kind also i; quirer.
Extract from the minutes of a public meeting | that Resolved, That a of these
Since the receipt of the last mail however he of the copy pr'e.ding"
4th section
act ot
; held
at Key West, ['cL. 2d 1C3C. Congress ap to forwarded to the Governor of this
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observing how widely the report had been Hcsohed, That it is with feelings of proved 21st January 1829, lroyides"that Territory.The '

disseminated were led to make an inquiry peculiar pleasure wo acknowledge the obligations it shall be lawful for the qualified voters meeting then adjourned.

on the subject at die Custom House, :! conferred upon the inhabitants ofSouth of the Tcrritory of Florida to Elect their

and have teen favored\ with the following Florida by Commodore Alexander racers CIVIL and uiUTABr," and thero is -1 1
J I. DJllai, commanding the United States: uo exception or limitation relating to mill-
note from the Collector, which we think squadron on the West India Station, by tary officers, save only such as by the laws FOR SALE CHEAP,

puts the matter at ml.f\ his ready compliance with their wishes in of Congress, then in force, were to be oJ)- TilE Lot of GROUND Whitehead St,

COLLECTORS OFFICE, Krv Wtsr, visiting the coast with a Naval force. pointed by tho President of tho U. States. belonging to Felix C. Ruby, with the (buil I J

February 10th 1830.MR. RfsolvedfuTthcr, That a Committee And this exception included only the Gov dings erected thereon, consisting of a

ATKINSON.: : -In answer to of five be appointed to present to Coru:no- ernor er our Commander in Chief. All oth Dwelling House, Jltchen.,and Workshop,
your inquiry, 1 feel no hesitation iu expressing dore Dallas our thanks for the aid and protection military officers, by the said act of Con all in tolerably good iej>air. The lot con j
gress, are to bo elected ty the tains about half an acre of
he has been qualified ground and is
:, my opinion that no arms h:1e been enabled to extend to tens of Florida.If vo- ,
iurnUhcd to the hostile Indians by "r mug.:, us, and to tcrderour best wishes for the surrounded by a good stone fence. The
?Icrs" from the West: Indies: welfare of himself and thoso under his then, it is JiLWU) for the qualified premist-s rent at present for about 410 per

As the first uuilikc preparations were command: \. voters of.Florida! to elect their military month, W. A. WJlI1'EUfAU.

MViniftstvd by the enemy in the vicinity of "' On motion rcsohcd': That_ Messrs. W. Governor officers," it and is certainly unlawful for the -Key B West a ,Jan. 30_, 1836. n7-3t_J .

Tampa Hay, it was suggested by some one ,\. Whitehall, 1-'. A. Browne O. O'JIara Legislative Council to appoint -
"j the lamented Major Dade. th\t the \"P.>>- William Marvin and Thomas, or elect them (or us. This right of JOB PRINTING EXECUTED AT
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,, THEATY wrrir THE SEMINOLE take,the cattle belonging to the Seminoles :a number of souls which were lo be sent MARCH OF REFINEMENT

ii;, INDIAN at the valuation of some discreet person to oil during the night to augment the population Verses for the year 1937,

i be appointed by the President, and the of the Empire City. One of them
As considerable attention is at present Tell John to set the kettle on,
tIle with the Seminoles same shall be paid for in money to the respective w ao so large and plump, that he cut into I mean to take a drive;
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drawn o\-ner, after their arrival at their two equal parts, and sent it to animate the I I only want togo to Rome,

: \ relative to their removal, we have new homes; or other cattle such as may bodies of a pair of twins, the destined sons And shall be back by five.

III t thought it would not be uninteresting to be desired will be furnished them, notice: of a rich money-broker. In due time, the

our readers to have il within their reach.- being given through their agent of their family rejoiced at the double increase. The Tell cook to dress those humming {birds

We give below that portion of the proclamation wishes upon this subject{ before their removal children were dear little fellows, and offered i I shot in Mexico:
that time may be afforded to supplythe possible promise that they
every
They've now been killed at least 2
of the President which makes its demand. would'j days,
w at a proper period, monopolize any They'll!I be vnpcu trop heard
,!' j, provisions known. ARTICLE vi. The Seminoles being stock in the market,and then contract for

.Whereat, a Treaty between the United anxious to be relieved from repealed vexatious the delivery to themselves of quantities And Tom, take the gold leaf ,
you
1 2 States and the SEminole nation of Indi- demands for slaves and other property which their monopoly rendered unattaina, And start for Spain at three: wings,

ans, wan made and concluded at Payne's alleged to have been stolen and destroyed ble. I want some Seville
oranges
Landing, on the Ocklawaha river, on by them, so that they may remove But Jupiter carts nothing about stock 'Twixt dinner time and tea.

the ninth day of May, one thousand unembarrassed to their new homes; the operations. lIe intended to ascertain who

i eight hundred and thirty-two, by James I United States stipulate to have the same ther two human beings,who should be con Fly round by France,and bring a new

Gadsden, Commissioner, on the part of property investigated,and to liquidate sucii stituted alike, and subjected to the same Perpetual motion

f the United States, and the Chiefs and as may be satisfactorily established, proVI- early influences\vould be designed to watch Tomorrow with gun friends; I
a Seminole nation of Indians ded the amount does not exceed some go
t Headmen of said seven the progress of experiment, but in the A hunting in the Sun.
u on the part of said nation; which thousand dollars. multitude of his affairs, the youths were

treaty is in the words following, to wit: ARTICLK VII The Seminole Indians forgotten,until after the expiration The trip I took the other day

The Seminole Indians, regarding will will remove within three years alter he( rat. years. Bestriding, then, an eagle (which To breakfast in the Moon ,

i just respect, the solicitude manifested by ification of this agreement,and the expenses ,he keeps on purpose for the saddle,) he instantly Thanks thanks to that awkward, Lord

the President of the United States for the of their removal shall be defrayed b) sought the brothers, and found Bella!re

improvement of their condition, by recommending the United States, and such subsistenceshall them in the most opposite circumstances. Has balloon
spoiled
a removal to a country more suitable also be furnished than for a term not I I 'This is strange exclaimed Jupiter, as my ntw ;

to their habits and wants than the one exceeding twelve months,after their arrival as the twins passed before hire-the one ina For the

they at present occupy in the Territory of at their new residence; as in the opinion coach, with proud horses, and the otheron lie, steering through milky way,
ran a star
Florida, are willing that their confidential of the President, their numbers and circumstances foot, with a tattered umbrella. And against round ;
turning too
Chiefs,Jumper, Fuch-a-lus-ti-had-jo,Charley may require, the emigration to commence Not at all,' said an old woman, who Came jolt again soon,
against
1 Emartla, Coi-had-jo, 1I01ati. marda, as early as practicable in the year sold apples on the side walk: 'the one on my car.

4 Ya-ha-hadjo, Sam Jones, accompanied by eighteen hundred and thirty-three,and with foot is the better man. but he has been persecuted But Tom the

': r their agent Major Phagan, and their faithful 'those Indians at present occupying the Big by Misfortune from his very birth.1 And, then, get let you Dan and car Dick repaired,

;- interprcpcr Abraham should be sent at swamp, and other parts of the country : You surprise me.' said Jupiter. Inflate. with miles
ten of
! : the expense of the United States as early beyond the limits as defined in the second It is true,' replied the dame,' for I lived, I to travel square gas-
mean : quick.
as convenient to examine the country assigned article of the treaty concluded at Camp with their father when they were born.1

v" to the Creek west of the Mississippi Mcultrie creek, so that the whole of thai Jupiter flew back to Olympus, and demanded is I

river, and should they be satisfied proportion ot the Seminoles may be removed of Misfortune, who trembled at his My Put steam the surely up by now,

watt the character of that country, and of within the year aforesaid, and the remainder wrath, how she dared to interfere in the Give the high pressure OH;

'b the favorable disposition of the Creeks to of the tribe, in about equal proportions destiny of the twins. The rebuked Spirit I All mo "breath-bag11 whiz for the way;
reunite with the Seminoles one people during the of right-hey- -Pin gone.
; subsequent years protested innocence, but Jupiter refused tohelieve .
r" i. the articles of the compact and agreement, eighteen hundred and thuiy-four and five. l her, and forthwith recalling the
Life at Gad8by'a.-A Kentuckian next
h herein stipulated at Payne's Landing on The souls of the twins he transformed them'
treaty was signed by Col. Gadsden who
me, was apparently unaccustomed to
the Ocklawaha river this ninth of
day ) into the bodies of two infants which
were
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thousand hundred and thir and fifteen of the duels and head men, the usages of large hotels, had striven in
LSif t May,one eight born that moment to a poor cabinetmaker.Time ,
ty-two, between James (iadi den, for ,and among whom was Charley Emartla, who again brought its carts, and the vain during dinner to get something on I is

4 '1 in behalf of the government of the United has been killed by the hostile Indians since twins were forgotten, till another half century plate.
As he was about the effurt in
,n States, and the undersigned chiefs and the commencement of disturbances aud had elapsed, when, visiting the earthto giving up
4 i headmen for and in behalf of the Semi ; of despair, an acquaintance of mine, who tat
investigate a new theory Geology-
was ratified the Senate 8th
by on AVrdIOa4. opposite me, invited me to take wine at
nole Indians, shall! be binding on the respective which, though it mistook how the present ;
the same time parsing me his decanter,
parties. had been constructed afforded
....- globe some which was labelled in the usual
F ARTICLE i. The Seminole Indians relinquish valuable hints by which the construction of manner,
i to the United Stales all claim to From the "New Yorker." other worlds might be greatly facilitated with his name. I filled my glass, and} was

h q; i the land they at present occupy in the Ter MtJtHNG: Jupiter recognised in the ingenious inventor about returning the decanter its owner,

ritory of Florida, and agree to emigrate toy The day is past-'tis Lvening now: the twin whom Misfortune had formerly when my neighbor, the Kentuckian,stoj
; the country assigned to the Creeks, west of j beyond tne fair blue vaulted West, ped me with, Wait a moment, stranger! :
Where clouds like banners dow, persecuted. I'll trouble to let fill tumbler."
the Mississippi river it being understood weary you me my
;
How friend Jupiter
ti The glorious sun has sunk are you, my inquired
to rest.
' Unwilling to his mistake 1 handed
that an additional extent of territory, expose ,
proportioned And oh how deeply twiligUt flings and how fares your brother
will be addedto him the decanter-but as he was pouring
their numbers
lo Her pensive badness o'er my heart 'Name not the wretch! replied the pro-
the Creek country, and that the Semi- My spint pants to rear ber wings, jector: too ignorant to value my pursuits, from it somewhat liberally! the person who
sat on the other side of him touched hire
notes will bo received constituent And for
; as a part yea jewelled skies depart. he abuses me, because Fortune has made
ol the Creek nation, and re-admitted to him rich' with his chow and whispered"That u
I
All the privileges Bit n member ol the same. -'Tis Midnight now-how Time speeds one! Jupiter private property, my friend. The Kentuckian -
t '' The drowsy world is wrapt in sleep; was once more sorely enraged, poor fellow seemed con.
ARTICLE 11. For and in considerationof and back to summoned utterly
And 1 alone am gazing on flying Olympus, founded. lIe let the decanter if it
the relinquishment of claim in the first go a$
Fortll whom he accused of this second
The gift muther bade e,
: article of:this agreement, and in full compensation I saw death-dew my on her brow-we keep. I rebellion. Fortune denied the chargebut : had burnt his fingers, and looked round

for all the improvements, which The death-mist veil her dying eye- his accuser enchained both him and with an air of perfect simplicity and wonder
t havo been madeon the lands The -he slowly rose from his chair, and!
thereby last
may deep groan-1 Lear it now!- Misfortune to the wheel of Ixion, and
: ceded; the United States stipulate to pay: But oh, 1 dared not see her die! made: the latter lie down and rest His said!: 0, ho! then every thing on tIlls tableis

'f. I to the Seminole IndIans, fifteen thousand thus he took private property. Well I thought it waa
gratified telescope
a huge
I four hundred (16,400) dollars, to be divided Beside her lifeless form I knelt, anger, by which he can at once discern every all-fired odd, that I could'nt get any thing
Alone-the world a wilderness- to eat but I "
w now
the chiefs and warriors of the sec
among Then Oh,how deeply then! i felt mortal,and pointed it toward: the earth,
After
this
several towns, in a ratio proportioned to The weight of utter loneliness. to discover how the twins would farewhenleft sally: which called forth are.

+ their population,the respective proportionsof And when they bore her to the tomb, to their own resources. Judge of his ry general smile, the Kentuckian became
,! each to be on their arrival in the quite a lion. A dozen waiters were sent
paid In that dark hour of deep despair, surprise, when lie i beheld Fortune wafting
? country they consent to remove to; it being Then fervently i prayed the doom safely to port a ship of the rich brother, .:to attend on him-a dozen champaign bottles

understood that their faithful interpreters Al.gbllooo be nuuu to slumber there. while Misfortune was applying a lighted were immediately proffered, and whenI

c.; Abrahatnand Cudjo shall receive two hundred torch to the cottage of the quitted the room ho seemed to be in ft
: dollars each of the above in full Then, bister then I wished that thou poor Geologist fair way to make a tolerable >8st.-
.. \... :, ,, sum, iiadst lived lie snatched up a thunderbolt, red with rel
to cheer broken heart
a ; [Washington Cor.
Bost.
remuneration for the improvements to be Atlas.]
To adiinu'd eye and darkened brow I uncommon wrath, to transfix the offending
abandoned oh lie lands now cultivated by The sunshine of thf smiles impart: Spirits-but accidently looking on the .

them. Come, in the wildering dreams of night, wheel of Ixion, he saw them as securely .E.rercise.-'fJle skipping! rope, a toy

ARTICLE III. The United States When slumber lulls each throbbing paw, bound as when he first enchained them. which is discarded by the young girl when
' agreeto
distribute as they arrive at their new Sweet Sister 1 come in vision bright, Jupiter was perplexed. He saw two entering a premature womanhood, but
homes Aadwbisper- will meet again! Fortunes and two Misfortunes! Which which ought to be
; in the Creek Territory, west of the looked upon as a no-

Mississippi river, a blanket and homespun On Earth, why should linger now 1 were the counterfeits? To explain the cessary article in every boudoir, or a private
(frock to each mystery, he sent Mercury to seico the two room occupied civilizedlife
of the warriors women and There's not one idol left to me, by a woman of
i '' children of the Seminole tribe of Indians. To which again my soul would bow, who were at large, and bring them lo and civilized habit, is one of the best

.t. ARTICLE. The As once in wild idolatry.Oft Olympur. The Son of Mala departed, i if not the very best, kind ef gymnastic exercise

extend the United States agree has my anguished boM>m felt but speedily returning, solved the marvel.: that 1 know. It exercises almost

to annuity for the support of a Thou wert far happier in thy grave The two on earth were neither Fortunenor every muscle in the body. There are few
blacksmith, provided for in the sixth arti Than 1 who
knelt
fondlymadly Misfortune
although women who do Men
p exteriorly they not neglect exercise. ,
cle of the treaty at Camp Moultrie lor ten To Earth, its unresisting slave. greatly resembled those demi-deitie They moat of whom have some out of
the necessary
years beyond period therein stipulated, were not even Immortals door
but earth-born
and in addition to the other annuities Sleep, loved ones,sleep! I would not break occupation, men almost universally
under that treaty: the United States secured The spelt to call je back to me; Spirits. They were not even fickle,though walk more than women. Thousands uponthousands

r.." I would not that jour souls should wake they were as opposite to each other as Fortune of Englishwomen never cross
to the sum of three thousand
agree pay From glorious immortality. and Misfortune. In short, they were the threshold of their Louses oftener than
dollars
for fifteen
''t a year yeancommencingafter Bleep on,and 1 fill strive to be only Management and Mismanrgetnent. once a week, and then it is to attend the
\ the removal of the whole tribe these
; More ,more sinless for The wrath of
pure yoursake; Jupitcr was now directed public worship of their Maker and ilI6
'! sums to bo added to the Creek annuities And when from ;
mental trills free to these
delinquents but seldom that the
the
; on searching in towns, the distance to
; :and the whole amount to be 00 divided, In blessedness may I awake: Bonk of Fate for
an adequate punishment, Church or the Chapel such as to occupy
: that the chieti and warriors of the Seminole ... be discovered
that long anterior to his government more'than ten minutes in going thither.
Indians From
their the Knackerbocker.
r may receive equitable
of the
i world, a decree had been Treatise on Diet and Regimen.
proportion of the same as members of the MANAGEMENT A.ND ) Creek cuufcticraiiouv. In a letter from a Father to kit So*. flairs of ,
men should ever be controlled of the
A.uTlct. v. The United States will 1 Once upon a..time,Jupiter was p preparing I..Va1lagfmfJU Mitmtinagmcnt, by am'Jnt The population to 269,873. city of New York









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