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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 20, 1836
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
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 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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DY J. ATKINSON.; KEY: WEST FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 20, 1836. NUMUBit VOLUME, *.

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l't' LISIiEn WEEKLY ATFn'l he regular terms are held at Key West ItlaeNorth West Passage, and drawing four advertisement (with this note) three times
first Mondays in May and November I feet or upwards, except such as are hereinafter before the end of the year 1835, shall receive -
DOLLARS PLlt I mentioned, shall pay $2 01) payment when they make a purchase
fj 7"Subscribers at a distance i COUNTY COURTS: All Vessels bound through the NorthWest ):I from the Foundry of four times the amount t

t advance, or have an agent in this County Courts; having a limited civ- Pass, and touching at Key West fOI'the .. of their bill. GEO. BRUCE: & CO. ,

I if'l ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at F 1 andoiiginal jurisdiction in all purpose of landing passengers, letters,, New-York, Aug. 22, 183;. 42
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per ( relating to Estates, Guardians' obtaining supplies of provisions wood or

fifteen lines,) for the first &c. arc held by the Judges in the water,shall&depart without being subject toUic I BRUGES NEW YORK TYPE FOUN
l' Scvcntv-Five Cents for each counties sClllialluually.APlELLATE above ordinances, unless the master of r The subscribers respectfully
[ continuance. All Advertisements the said vessel shall request a pilot to take I inform the printers, that they have recently
continued until otherwise ordered. COURT. charge of such vessel and take her out over completed a variety new fonts of letter
l'r will be considered less than a Court Appeals consisting of the the Bar ; lor which services ho shall receive. in the style of the latest European spec!.
( 7- No subscription will be of the several Superior Courts is I the usual ales of pilotage. All pilots detained mcns, well calculated for ornamental printing
(unless at the option of the Editor,) I annually at Tallahassee oil the first,I ou board ot any vessel, by the re or sasteful display, and making an assortment
arrears arc paid.: in January. quest of her commander, shall receive for. of Printing Types unrivalled in
All letters to the Editor on each and every daj's service three dullspcrday beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens
must be Post Pail.FLORIDA. "' OF 'I 1 HE CUSTOMS. over and above his pilotage. Fishing may be obtained at the Foundry,

DIUECTORY. of St. Augustine.-Collector, John Smacks and \\ reeking V easels shall not No. 13,Chambers street, near Chatham et.
HodlhRIJ. bo subject to this ordinance. It contains specimens from Twelve Line
Compiled for the Key West bee. 4. Be it further ordained, '1 hat any Pica to Pearl-comprising

Any error will be corrected, and of l'ensacola-t'ollector, Robert vessel having passed the buoy on the Bar of 45 forms of Roman Caps. with;t'case.
made on the Editor's being; notified Inspector, K. A. Rlitchcll..ur the North West Passage, before having 35 do Italic do do'
error or omission.uxecimvi. veyor, Win. M. Loftin. been boarded by a pilot, shall not be obligedto 5 do title Roman do do
take the same ; but iu case a pilot goes 5 do title Italic do do '
: :. of St. Johut-Collector, James onboard by the request of her captain, then 5 do sh'd Roman do do "
Governor, JOHN (II. EATON. Inspector, Horatio Dexter. he shall receive the usual pilotage.fciec. 17 do Antique do do '
Gr.onoE K. WALKEK.LEGISLATURE. 5. Be it further ordained, That all I 12 do Black ,do do

of St. i\Iarls-Collcctor, Jesse II. vessels bound into the Port of Key West, 5 do Open Black do do ;
l' Inspector liurr 11. Duval. lu- and spoken by a pilot, Boca Chica bearing 2 do Script do do'" ,:
i.': The Legislative 'Council M tor, IlgUifltus fcjleclc:: Tampa Uay. North, or North \\'esterlyehall' pay full 5 do Germ'n Textdo do ',', 1
twenty-six members, divided :. I'pilotage' at tIlt same raIn as though she had 25 do Two I'ne rom'n caps with figs'i
t teen Counties, n* follows. Leon .I been the main channel 11 do Two
i of Apalachicola-Collector, G. J. \ brought iu over ship lines Italic capitals:: i;
; Kscambia, Two; Gadsden, Two ; J Floyd luspectot, W. U. 1'iicc. I I Alt vessel! arriving and not having been 10 do Sli'd Caps. of various kinds.
7W; Jefferson, Two ; tit. Johns spoken by a pilot before patting the above 6 do Open do do :
\\' alton, Washington, Franklin, I I named limit, and being three miles from the 7 do Italic capitals and figures.
of
& Hamilton, Columbia, Alachua, \': \ ct ,Key. West-Collector and, William light I[ house oil Key West, shall only be sub Besides ornamental letters, backstops, i
t tan, Mosquito, Hillsborough, and Inspector Deputy to half but if out music,
: Adam Gordon. IJt-'Ct 1 pay pilotage ; spoken lottery figures, piece fractions, superiors I
Inspector /btu
One each.Delegate. until alter passing the aforesaid limits, iu astr nomical and othcrsigns,
!t. ,. space
> Mallory. Tcrn U
eight: and I
\\ that case she shall be exempted from paying i rules, brass rules, ornamental dashes. long
ill alll II. \Vall.
to Congress, JOSEPH M. Appraisers, braces, than
11. Wells, George E. Weaver. ,any pilotage. more two hundred kinds of
\jyec\i6VBe it further ordained, That all I borders, and more ban 1000 kinds of cuts
Chaslcs Howe, Indian
ELECTIONS. hey I vessels ajnving the West Pass and and
f\ abuse, Cape; Florida. through ornaments for school bonks, newspapers
The elections for members of ... ,- Ha'rbor-Inspector II. B. ,the East end of the Dry Rocks, to the and scientific works; orders for any of
('*nncil take place annually on the "s. W Westward btnd Key, bearing bouthwest, which, or composing sticks, cases chases,
Monday in October ; and Delegate shall pay full pilotage, but if not spoken until &c will bee xpcctcd with the utmost promptitude
Kress Biennially on the first i BANKS. | parsing the aforesaid limits, and being ,a large stock being always on hand.

May. of West Flouda, Apalachicola, chartered I three miles from Key Vest light only halt They will also execute orders for printinge {
1B29- pilotage shall be recovered but spoken presses, ink, &c. which they will furnish at
Capital,
JUDICIARY. $500,000. after pasting the aforesaid limits, shall be th manufacturer's prices. '
i Superior Courts, having ..\ President, Cashier, exempted from paying pilotage. ,Printers of newspapers will please publish
rid iction. Sec. 7. Be it further ordained That all this advertisement(with thlsnotetnree)
I EASTERN DISTRICT- of Pcnsacola, Chartered 1831-Cap pilots who shall bring a vessel into this port,' times,sending a paper containing it to ,the
Counties of Nassau, St. Johns, ital $ ,&UOOUO. shall be entitled to carry her out,unless tho Foundry, and receive payment when thc'
f i lumbia, Alachua! IlilUborough and ( Walter l regory. Cashier, commander can show good and sutuciehtcause purchase four times the amount of their bills
! ;Mosquito. Catlin. to the contrary. Any vessel arriving from the Factory. .

Judge, RotiKar HAYMOND REW. at this port without a pilot, shall have liberty ..
of St. :
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THOMAS DOUGLASS. Marshal: srm''I Augustine. Chartered 1831 t, to depart without a pilot, unless the captain R F.. WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR
DLAIR. Capital UOO,000.: shah wish one. ESPF.CTFULLY Inform (
(Not yet operation.s ) Sec. R. If any pilot shall speak a vessel of the United States, to whom the Printers have ''
The regular terms are held as bound to this port, outside the limits, and long been individually known they
:
; For tit. Johns and and Planters lank of Florida, the of as established
Mosquito captain said vessel shall refuse to Letter Founders, that they have
Tallahassee now form
St. Aiigustino on the second !\ Chattered if32.!! take a pilot, he shall be liable to pay full I ed a co-partnership in said business
!March and October. For .Nassau President Capital $ OOflUO. pilotage and the pilot so speaking him shall 1 I hope from their united skill and experience, and'
un the second Mondays in April Cashier, be entitled to carry said vessel out, unless to be able to give full satisfaction to all who,

vember. For Alachua,Columbia Rank of the captain refuses to take a pilot out, in .' may'favor them with orders '
borough Counties, at Ncwnausville Florida, Tallahassee, which the shall '
case pilot be entitled to half'I The introduction, of
183-J machinery in
.. Wednesdays after the third Capital $1,000,000. pilotage out. of the tedious and place
, April and November. And for )' lien A.Chaircs. Cashier Leslie Sec. 9. All pilotage shall be recoverable I casting type by hand,unhealthy longa desideratum practice of
i ty at Jacksonvilleon the first !\ ; Thompson. forthwith before any justice of the peace the Eurepean and,American Founders by

, !May and December. Chancery Dank of-Florida upon affidavit of any pilot, that be spoke I by American ingenuity and heavy was,
: held at St. Augustine on the Apalachicola, said vessel or boarded her outside the.:dilute oC time and expen-
t days in July and September' Chartered 1UJ2-Capital $500,000. money, on the part of our
I (Not yet in operation.) prescribed limits, and that the captain of I senior partner, first successfully accomplish- '
said vessel refuses to I ed. Extensive
( MIDDLE DISTHICT pay pilotage or half I use of the machine cut let.
-Comprising pilotage, in or out as the case be. ter, has fully tested and
ties of Leon Gadsden Bank of Florida,Tallahassee! Char.tcred | may established its su
I Hamilton, J : Sec. 10. All pilots shall have and in
and Madison. 1033: -Capital $3,000,000.su a good periority every particular, over that cast
f i\eut John pilot boat to cruise outside or! the I b- the old process.
I Judge, TFIOMAS RANDALI. G. Gamble, Cashier, John Reef, and the name of such pilot boat shall The Letter Foundry business
Parkhill. will here
1 JAMES D. WESTCOTT. Marshal, "' I be painted in legible letters in her mainuilwith I after be carried on by the parties before
ESTIN HANDOLPH. the number of her bronco I named
I! Dank of Florida, Mariana, Chartered the same. underneath Their under tbefirm of ,Hagar&oo.
} The 1034-Capital $7 ,OOO. specimen exhibit a complete series
terms
regular held
arc as from
(Not in operation.) BRUCE'tiNcw Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book
For Hamilton County, at on : -YORK TYPE FOUNDRY and New
.. type being in the most :jnode'ro
1 Mondays in June and JVo. .
December. of Jacksonville 13 Chamber tt. near Chatham. l light and style. '
Chartered
lR35.I .
t Madison County, at San Pedro I
Thursdays after the first I Capital $75,000. THE price of five lino Pica plain and an White, Hagar & Co. are agents for the
t and December. And for Mondays the (Not yet in operation.) tique is reduced to 25 cents a Ib, and Six;: sale which of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses .
,
line Pica and they can furnish to their
, the District, at Tallahassee on larger to 20 cents, thereby en at the custom-

, Mondays in Apt it and October. the information of transient vessels making than any these other.perfect metal type cheaper!Cases< Composition manufacturer's Sticks prices., Ink and Chasse,

WESTERN DISTRICT- Key West, we give the following This foundry has had added lately to i its I I article used in the Printing DUlinenkept every

Counties of Eicarnbia, Walton- \\'; S OF PILOTAGE former unparallelled assortment several si tarsale tice. Old, and furnished oft the shortest no
Franklin and Jackson. by the County Court. zes of Shaded,Condensed and Ornamented type taken in exchange' for new
Judge JOHN A. Types, by which'Printers at the at 9 cents per pound. '
CAMCROX. .\ ordered by the County Court,that all letter-press N. D.
are enabled to rival Newspaper Proprietors '
GtoaoE \V ALIUn. Marshal, J. W. shall be subject to the following the impressions from the above three who give
,1Jr-"j' of Pilotage. copper-plate in beauty;fancy and tasteful to Five Dollars insertions, will be entitled
The rcgulai ferms are heM' as I. AH! vessels of War ) display. select from in such articles as they may
For Escambia County,at Pen..ac.la 5 and not more > rt a FOOT The assortment embraces 250 sizes or, our specimen.

first Mondays in May and ." 14 feet, $2 00 varieties, from 12 line pica to pearl, of Roman -
Walton County ou the first 14 and not more Italic, Black, Antique, Italian, Title, FAR, SALE CHEAP.
March and third Monday in IB feet, 2 25 Condensed, Shaded, Backslope German
I }Washington County on the 18 and out over Text, Ornamented,Music,&0. and also Pica THE Lot of G oiw> on Whitehcad" : '

' Monday in March and fourth feet, 2 60 Fractions, Superiors, Space Rules As. belonging to Felix O. Ruby with the buil
'I November. For Jackson County, 21 feet, 3 00 tronomical and other Signs, Ornamented dings erected thereon, consisting of n
ana, on the third Monday !March 2. All Merchant Ves- Dishes, Long Braces, Brass Rules, nearly Dwelling House, l\ll lJen.and Workshop .
! first Monday in December_ 300 Borders, and ,
And fur than allfh '
more 1000 tolerably
I lin County drawing 5 and not > 'Ornaments for Cuts or { food repair. The, lot:contains -
on the first Monday in twelve PER roOT Newspapers, 8cbool about haJ
J Thursday after the third Monday to feet, shall \ .and Scientific works. -Boo ks, acre of ground, and is
surrounded by
a
be r. $I 50 good stone fence The
(\ above 12 and not over Cases The subscribers, Chases furnish Composing-BUc ks, pre 1m'S rental present for about silO per
feet
I SOUTHERN: DISTRICT :2. 00 Galleys Furniture, Paper, month. 'Y., WIIITEHEAD..
County of Monroe 16 and not above lakallkindtofPttntiag Presses, and every Key West,Jan. 30
and part of feet, 25 article required io a Printing-office, at the 1$J6. fn7-3lj
Judge, JANES WEBB. Attorney, 18 feet shall .manufacturer1 pri .
.pay I 60 ea. They also execute .. -
MARTIN. Marshal, THOMAS F. 3. Vessels arriving or departing tb ro'1 order Printers: for Stereotyping. JOB PRINTING EXECUTED AT
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executive officers should call in questionthe upon the Island during that year, of all of these men, we have no municipal regulations
whatever and they arc .
by
,
INQUIIt.ER. validity of tho law and thus perform ,diseases. consequence
THE I
thrown the
the duty which its framers should have We are at a loss to imagine where the entirely upon Marine

KEY JJfEST, FLORIDA : rendered unnecessary-a man may underits two gallant officers who made the report Hospital Fund and their own resources fo:

provisions, be subjected to fine or imprisonment could have obtained their information, and I their nursing and subsistence while incapacitated
FEDItUAItY 20, 183G. their
' SATURDAV from pursuing usual
-the sentence may be execu deeply regret that they should have placed I :WOClI : -
I
S MESSAGE.
WJjTGOVERNOK tions.
r ted-and at the eleventh hour Congressmay such reliance upon its truth as to have in I
_IVo did not receive a copy of this docu It is true that, by a liberal expenditure of
estimateof
apply the ( corrediv and pronouncethe corporated it in their report. The
ment until the arrival of our first of Feb the Marine Hospital Fund, many of the
whole proceeding unconstitutional and tho population is also extremely below I comforts and conveniences
Mail and it is now too late to enter requisite mightbe
ruary illegal. The rights of the citizen have the mark, for we doubt much if there has supplied, but whether such a course

upon a general review, of its.contents. been invaded-his life perhaps put in been any year, since the first few years im would be as economical and as advantage.

There is one paragraph, however, which jeopardy by confinement in a loathsome mediately subsequent to its settlement, ous as to erect a building expressly fitted
made too deep an impression upon us to I fir the accommodation of the sick, is a
j prison, by an act of the Legislative Council that the average population of the Island
I be passed over in silence-one, which we matter of doubt-and it is too well ascertained
which was .' but a doubtful exercise of has fallen short of 50J. that the expenditure author-
:: regretted finding embodied in the present
: deeply power;" and now,of how much moment is We attribute no sinister motive whatever ised by the Treasury. Department, is altogether

[ Message.The it to him that a corrective has been obtained to the Lieutenants who made the Report, I inadequate I to procure the most
Governor when alluding to the necessity -
' elsewhere9 Our remarks may be objected for they doubtless deemed their informa- 'common necessaries.The .
r which, in his opinion, required the allowances for ports South of tic
to, on the score that we hove taken :tion correct, although such was not the
tF:: : of laws to prevent the delivery of Potomac are, we understand as follows:_
j passage from tho Post Offices of an extreme case, but in reply we case-yet we feel no little regret that it For suitable boarding,. lodging and nursing '

incendiary papers would observe,, that extreme cases arc was made, containing as it did, such objectionable three dollars pet: week: For necessary

the Territory,observes" Should Congressthink oftentimes tho only ones that will effectually matter, for the Secretary of the medicines the usual apothecary rates: For
there w wanting in this Territory aright aedical services twenty-five cents for cli
: c::
the President and
transmitted it
set forth facts in their true light. Navy to ,
to interfere with the Post Office Department day when the aggregate time for which they
\\'e hold that there is no necessity for deviating by him it was laid before both Houses of are rendered shall less than I
repeal the law but such average twentyfive
they can ,
one iota from the straight forward Congress and printed by their order. to be days to each patient. When the il\'CI'

an apprehension need not prevent the action path marked out for our legislators in the circulated throughout the Union in confirmation age time to each patient amounts to more

of the Legislative Council,and should organic laws of the Territory. Let them of the thousand: exaggerated state. than twenty five days and the number;\' of
not prevent it. It is but a doubtful exercise patients does not exceed ten six dollars
exercise their full powers over all rightful merits and! rumors previously promulgated.
of power, and if ascertained to be .4/ and twenty fire cents for each jjaltuit! -
l subjects of legislation," taking care and when there number than
is a greater
wrong,the corrective can be had elsewhere MARINE HOSPITAL AT KEY
that their acts are not "inconsIstent with ten, three dollars ticclce and a ha7'centafor
WEST.-We the arrival
than here"Although gratified on
the constitution and laws of tho United .. tech patient:-and for funeral chargessix
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we are disp osed to mark the : I of our last mail, to receive advices that our dollars.
States and the happiness of the people
acts which are presented for the consideration ',active and energetic delegate, Col. White, Now at Key West, where every thing is
of Florida will be rendered more secure,
of the Legislative Council with all the intended to present for the consideration of one third to one half dearer than upon tLe
from the fact that their rights and privileges mainland, it is impossible to procure board,
reprehension opposition that becomes Congress a resolution of inquiring into
will be less subject to encroachment.Our alone,.for $3 per week, without reference
,, us as citizens of the South-yet we can legislators will be then more respected the expediency of providing at this Port I to nursing, which is at all times too irk
not allow the sentiment contained in greater comforts for the sick and disabled I some a task to bo performed without some
and thou laws better observed.CHARACTER .
the last sentence to be conveyed by the seamen than the present regulations for the compensation. The very diet that the sick

.x Executive to our legislators: without respectfully OF THE MISREPRESENTATIONS disbursement of the Marine Hospital Fund I require, is hero more costly thanany other
I flow be expected to board
can one
any
dissent to the will admit of their
expressing our AGINST WHICH receiving.
and nurse a sick man fir the paltry remuneration
"doubtful exercise of! power" to which it KEY WEST HAS HAD TO CON Onr reader will remember Ihat0 of g3 per week, when not even a

alludes. It is not cur purpose, however, 1.'BND.-1t is unfortunate, that the representations broached the subject of erecting a Hospital fowl could bo procured for him, when necessary -

to broach' the question of the legality o t. which have from time to time here in the Inquirer some months since, for less than a dollar ? What

illegality the t>r ]posed laws, as we only been mado to tho, prejudice of our Island, and advert to it again, in order to expressour physician of any character, unless impelled\ !
by motives of charily,,can Lc expected I to
wish to place our veto uPon tile/ exercise should have emanated from auch sources, hearty concurrence in the means takento take the responsibility of attending upon a

of any power that is not plainly given to or been promulgated in. such a way, as to effect a removal of the grievances to number of.: men distributed about in clitu.7-

the Legislative body by the fundamental insure the greatest possible circulation to which sick: seamen arc subjected, and also, cut sailor-boarding "house for the pittanceof : :

laws of the Territory, or subsequent acts them; and to this fact, may in a great mea to add our mile towards bringing about the twenty-five cents per clay, and then oiil)

of Congress. sure, be attributed the difficulty that has desired end, by recapitulating some of the allowed Yet these to are charge,the regulations for twenty which five days cannot?-,

To one who is acquainted with the phraseology been met with in making the refutations. arguments in favor of the measure which under any circumstance?, be deviated from,

of the fundamental law, the exercise keep pace with the progress of the mis- have been presented to our mind. The, although people of Key West hate re

unknowingly of a power not grantedto statements. The presses' that have lent saying that a sailor has a home in every pcatedly |petitioned the Treasury Depart

the Legislative Council could hardly be. their aid 'to spread the mischief, having port," may probably possess some truth so I meet on the subject-and notwithstanding
the presentation of the matter by the Grand
deemed possible, for the words which restrain been but little disposed to employ the prow long as he is in health and provided with Inquest of the County as great grievance,

its action are simply these-"No la per remedy, even when placed within their the means of making himself an accepts, and the recommendation of the officers of

shall'' be valid, which is inconsistent wiili i I reach. ble guest; but when the hard hand of adversity -. the Government themselves.

tho constitution and laws of the United The health of the Island has elicited perhaps is upon him., and suileimp g from Under these circumstances the ..ppl cll-
lion will he I made .fn ('nnrYrI>qQ for t\n\ >MP.C.
States," and yet, our legislators have in more misrepresentations than any other sickness he seeks an asylum on :shore, we .lion of a suitable building- --" 0'I, properly fitted I

several instances overlooked these words in subject connected: with it, and we latelymet doubt if the hoine' b so ready to be .up with all the requisites to insure to the I

:: times pasty and now, with so manifest an with one which, from the character of obtained. For this reason, the want of'sick and disabled mariner something like !

expression of the will of he parent government the gentlemen with whom il originated and some public institution where the wishedfor a comfortable refuge, and it is to be borne i iI '
known assistance can be obtained by the dIs- in mind, that it is not asked for on account ':
, made to them, they haw. been the manner of its publication feel called I
of but also I
our own seamen exclusively
called tho tressed mariner, must be an evil in ,
upon by Executive to disregardin upon publicly to refute. every fur those sailing out of tho various ports :

a great measure all restraint, and to legislate Iu 1829, Lieutenants Tatnall and Ged- mercantile community.The we have named, of whom numbers are

' without reference to tho Clc n8titu. ney were selected by the Navy Dcyartment question may be asked however annually brought here sick and destitute,.
tion the laws of the United States be- make and obliged to subject themselves to the ;
or to a survey of the Tortugus Islands why shou.'d! there be a Marine Hospital at
distress which is entailed
cause, if they do exceed their rightful powers with a view to ascertain their fitness for a Key West while there are many ports without them by a residence inevitably on shore, while upon

there is a corrective to be had else- Naval Rendezvous, and in the course of any whose commerce is much more numbers beside, prifcring t lie only altcrna

where. Well is it (that such is the case, if their report to the Secretary, when alluding extensive ?" The answer is simply this, live-all the dangers of sickness at sea-

the lawmakers themselves, cannot be prevented to the many advantages of the situation as that the seamen who would receive the benefits proceed on their voyage unrejieved

' fir by their own doubts of its legality, regards health, they observe: II the healthof I of a Hospital at this place, arc not We may return to the subject again on
i some other occasion,and in the meanwhile,
' from engaging in such irregular legislation. this year may be considered as a fair only those employed! on board of the ship would suggest to those most interested

The reason given for an extension to such criterion by which to judge it generally; ping connected with our own commerce, the propriety of aiding the application ot'

t. a degroo of legislative action is impotentin for the neighboring parts of the Florida but likewise those navigating the vessels our Delegate by a memorial to both Houses -

the 6.trctnt-exetcisc your doubtful Reef have been more unhealthy than usual.: carrying on the-trado of St. Marks, Apalachicola of Congress, setting forth the evils under

y powers, because if wrong, fa corrective At Key West, the mortality has been so Mobile, New Orleans and the !labors.which the sick sailor in our port now

can be had elsewhere!! But observe what great that sixty-five of the inhabitants died numerous ports of Texas and Mexico:- .- ltttt0.0 "-

takes place before that corrective can be ap- out of one hundred and fifty,,and of the Key West being so situated as to be the FROM' .llP A.-By the arrival of die

plied. A Bill may be passed declaring whole population very few escaped sick most favorable stopping place fur all vessels Steam Packet David Brown from New
certain acts ind Orleans via. Tampa. Bay we have received
illegal punishable with. ness entirely. engaged in the commerce of the Gulf ,

fiDe or imprisonment. Unless its validityis It is true, that the year 1829, from the who may have sickness on board, and the 14th intelligence inst. The from David Fort Brown Biooke and up two to

called in question by the officers charge*!I peculiar state of the atmosphere or othf only one indeed, uith the exception of the other steamboats chartered for the purpose

.with its execution, it becomes the law o f causes was marked by more disease than several ports of Cuba, where proper assistance brought from New Orleans largo reinforce-

the land until Congress shall have time", u usual, there having been during that year can be obtained short of four ments of both regulars and volunteers un-'

among the multitude of other matter, a greater number of deaths by more than five bundled miles and or der the command of General Gaines and
,
is
committed to its care, to regularly annu I one third than has occurred consequently, at Col. Twiggs;;--so that the troops were enabled
innnyytsr since tall times liable to
I a large influx of diseased to leave tho Fort strongly garris-oiied
and.declare it void. A year or more ma]y, notwithstanding a very considerable in- seamen,. and particularly $0 during the and take the field about thirteen hundred

I elapse before this is done! ,and in the means crease of population; but it his been satisfactorily summer months. We maj also add for strong, including the friendly Indians

while mark the operation of the law a't ascertained that only forty-nine the information of those company, which they did on the morningof
home. Unless as we have observed th, residents not conversant the 14lh. We have not heard what'
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was accompanied by both Gen. Gaines shut up at once the whole commerce of, io can only make known his resolution to 1 i
Col. the Gulf. That it should be fortified securely I PASSENGERS pursue that course in conducting tho INQUIRER .
and Their Twiggs.first destination: was an Indian to render it impregnable to hostile Per chr. Laura for Charleston-Miss O. as will in his opinion conduce most '
the smoke from which was 'assault, seems to bo incontestable. The Hara, Miss Yates of Charleston, Mrs. E. to the prosperity of tho Island and the goodof

encampment perceptible at, the Fort, and from there, i if west and the scuthwcst have: a deep inter A. Crews, C,1 M. Wells Esq. of Key West society, claiming for himself in further. ;
successful, they were to take up their line est in if, and their representatives: in Congress Per Steam Packet David Brown for Havana ance of that resolution, without pretending
of march for Fort King. We sincerelypray should not fail to urge the subject up'on .-Dr.'R. II. Thomas, Lady, sister and to infallibility, tho privilege of candidly '
that success attend the expcdi- the immediate attention of government. I child of Baltimore. Mr. G Bartol and stating his own sentiments, although they
may Testimony to its vast importance as a naval Lady, Messrs J. L. Bartol and J. N. Red- may l he at variance with those of a portionof

ticn.A few skirmish took station has been borne by distinguishedofficers mond. I Iho community. The columns of the !
days previous a
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place between a band of friendly and an- of the navy, and competent engineers Per schr Delight for Tampa-Dr. B. F. paper will be, as heretofore, kept as :free

other of hostile Indians, about 12 miles have pronounced it capable of being Noursc, U.S. A.JUnrfnr. from controversy as possible. '
4 fortified to be must valuable stationin To the friends of the INQUIRER abroad
from the Fort, in which the former had one so as a .
l. killed and wounded. They then retired war for the American fleet,and to otter gntcUfqcucc.PORT ti promise is made, that no means attaina
f t; How one much injury (if any) they efficient protection to the commerce of the OF KEY WEST...........FF.BRVARO.. I ble by the Editor shall bo left unemployedto

did the enemy, was not mentioned. Gulf.-Mobile Register.A ARRIVED. convey to them through its pages, all

G'I} We presume that the Indian encampment 14th Schr. Caroline, J. Wood, Nassau,! commercial intelligence originating in this
fj' we have named, is one which we have C"l1lD.-Thc Editor of Inquirer N.P. mdz to O. O'Hara, A. C. Tift, J. P. vicinity, particularly the earliest and most
tenders his thanks to his brethren of the authentic information relating to the wrecks ,_
understood ta be located at the head of the : Baldwin! and others.
('Y Mayaca River, some 15 or 20 miles northeast New Orleans Jiullclin, Pensacola Gazette, 15th Sloop Alert, Braman, Havana, to upon the Florida reef, and the proceedingsof
I the Court of Admiralty connected
from Charlottes Harbor and whet
and Florida Intelligencer, for (having the master.
is said the enemy have a large slock of 16th Steam Packet David Brown therewith-intelligence,which merchants
Wright,
good of Key West at heart to ,
sufficiently must always be of interest. Tho decisionsof
i supplies, ammunition, &c. Mew Orleans via Tampa Bay, to F. A.
Tho number of volunlcers from New republish articles correcting the misstate Browne. the Court are oftentimes of the highest

Orleans was seven hundred and fifty, :allI ments of other papers relating to the Island. 18th Rev. Cutter Washington, Captain importance, and no occasion shall be e1J w. I

from the City with the exception of one He regrets that he cannot enumerate a lone, from a cruise, last from Tampa. 'ed to pass without tho publication of sue '

company that came from Bayou La Fourche greater number of the editorial corps, who 19th Sloop Energy, A. Packer, Havana, decisions communications at length.All to bo addressed
Such patriotism and sympathy exhibitedfor
I devastated Florida deserves our warmest are willing to make the amende honorable to master. SAILED. (post paid) to J. ATKINSON.Key .

eratitude. for bating unjustly injured the place by Feb. 13. Sloop Francisco, J. S. Bur West, December 1836.

I Tho arrival of the Cutter Washington,I I propagating through their' .papers unfounded rows, Havana. *: We should be happy to reciprocal

Capt. Jones, enables! us to add to the foregoing reports. \){ Schr. Caledonia, Hoxie, New Orleans. the favor with any of our exchange paper
some Anther information.On Sloop North America, Doolittle, Havana who will insert the above notice.
the 121 li about midday, while the Chart of Health-Lore-A complaintof Sloop Morning Star, Brown, Havana.
Cutter was lying io the hay about 23 miles the heart,growing out of an inordinate 15th Schr. Hester Ann, Geiger, Reef. BRUCE'S NEW-YORK TYPE FOUNDRY
from Fort llrooke, the firing of great guns longing after something difficult to obtain. 16th !Mail Scnr Laura, Walker,Charles- JVb. 13 Chamber tt. near Chatham

ii were heard by those on board in a southern It attacks both sexes, generally between the ton. THE price of five lino Pica plain and an.*
direction, and smoke like that from cannon ages of fifteen and thirty; some have been Sloop Alert, Braman, Havana. tiquo is reduced to 25 cents a Ib. and Six.lino .
r r was observed rising, at the distance probably known to have it at the age of sixty. 17th Steam Packet David Brown, Wright, Pica and larger to 20 cents, thereby
i: of eight or ten miles. This continued S'mptoms-ALJsencc of mind; giving Havana. making these perfect metal types cheaper

ij fir some time, and we understand that things wrong names-calling tears nectar, Schr. Bahama, Lovett, Reef than any other. ,
t the} officers of the Cutter nre fully of opin and sighs zephyrs a great fondness for Schr. Caroline, Wood, Reef. former This foundry has had added lately to its '\

ion an engagement with the Indians took poetry and music; gazing on the moon 18th Schr Delight, Packer, Tampa Bay of Shaded unparallelled, Condensed assortment and Ornamented several sizes -

place but what troop could have been inWe and stars; tooth-ache, loss of appetite, ne Types, by which Printers tbe letterpress
that direction cannot be determined. glect of business; loathing for all things, LIST OF LETTERS are enabled to rival the impressions from

shall await further tidings with much anxicly save one; blood-shot! in the eyes, and con Remaining in the Post office at Key Wcst copper-plato in beauty fancy and tasteful rr
as there i is some reason to fear from 8t.titdesire to sigh. I display.
if taken
January, 1st 1836, not out within r
the, quarter in which the firing was beard I, Ellccts-A strong heart-burn;pulse high; three months will be sent to the General The assortment embraces 850 sizes or
that some detachment. from the north on its stupidly eloquent eyes, sleeplessness, and Pont Office as dead letters. varieties, from 1% line pica to pearl, of Roman
way to Fort Brooke, had either wandered all that sort of thing. At times, imagination Jno. W. Simonton ; Jno. W. D. F, Italic, Black, Antique, Italian, Title,
from the road clso been bright bowers of Cupid Condensed, Shaded, Backslopc German
or intentionally, roses, winged
2
flngin, ;; Jno. Doughty; Peter Thomas; Text Ornamented, Music,.t",. and also Pi*
and
led imfuitliful There ?, buttered leasand then
astray by : again
guides.
Jos. II.
Beamiss D. A. Manning ; Lent CSV Frollon, Superiors, Space Rules, Astronomical .
rould be no mistnko ns to the nature of the; oceans of despair, racks, tortures, and net Oils; Mrs. R. T. Niles; Geo. Trotter; and other Signs, Ornamented

reports heard. : h hair-triggered pistols Lt. G. A. O'Brien, 2; Jas. S. Sim rode; Dashes, Long Braces, Brass Rules, nearly t
Major Sands is !lit officer( left in charge:1 Cuit-Gel married. Wm. Low; Wm. lilair; Tl.rw.! Kabcaon; ,300 Borders, and more than 1000 Cuts or

at Foil IJrookc. He has about two hun- John Platt; Thos. Cogshall; Capt. John .Ornaments for Newspapers, School-Books, S
dred men in the Fortress, and the Sloop of American Fcatting -(A K ntuck-' Whalton; Wm. 'fooker. .and Scientific work t

War Vandalia is yet lying in the bay. When Mr. Garret went through the United A. PATTERSON, P. M. The subscribersfiirnith ComDollnlr-8tick.. 1
f We are infoirncd, that Copt. Jones has Stales tvithDl'amsclloll'Jerkthe. celebrad Cases, Chases, Galleys, Furniture; Paper,
! visited Charlottes Haibor at the request of elephant, IIP, one evening, was warm A Resort for Invalids. Ink,all kinds of Printing Presses, and every '
t. the Governor, in order to determine the in his praises of the hospitalities and so article required in a Printing-Office, at the *
i t truth of the reports relative to the receiptof cialitics cf the mother country; amid other orders manufacture for price. They also execute

ammunition &c by the Indians from instances, he quoted one of Ihe Rutland Printers Stereotyping.of Newspapers who this
publish
:, 'hat place, and is of the same opinion with pcnth-bowl, which, on the christening of
, advertisement
ourselvest: : that theta is'no i foundation the young Marquis, was built PO large that before the end(with of the this note) three times
u whiifiver for the statements rondo a small boat was actually set sailing THE SUBSCRIBER having settled year 1835, shall receive -
uponif
I on Indian Key, bas deter payment when they make a purchase
i in which
a boy eat, who ladled out the from the
of
Foundry four times the
mined to open a HO USE!: for and amount,
boarding
{ FROM CAPE FLORIDA.-The la liquor 1 guess," said one of tho com lodging, and believing it to be one of the of their bill. GEO. BRUCE it CO.
t"st intelligence from the Cape is of 10th pany, "I' c seen a howl| that 'ud beat that moll favorable situations in tho United New.York, Aug. 82, 1835. 42
i inst.: up to which time no advances had to immortal smash: fur, at my brother1 States: for persons who are suffering from ]
;. been made by die enemy in that quarter. christening the bowl was so deepthat when pulmonary,dilpeptic aDd numerous chronic .1 R E. WHITE & WILLIAM IIAGAR,
,> c I. we young 'uns said it warnl sweet enough, diseases, and obliged to seek a refuge from .' ESPF.CTFULLY: Inform the Printer
father the cbill blasts of a northern winter he of the United States, to whom hue
r FORTIFYING KEY WEST. \Vc cent a man down in a divmg-bcll to feels they
safe in that Indian long been individually known established
saying as
stir the Key cannot be
; are pleased 1 to see from what follow, that up sugar at the. bottom"ON surpassed for beauty, health and climate. Letter Founders, that they have now formed

thu Mobile Presses are joining with those Frost has never been known here-the a co-partnenhip in said business, and
KISSING. thermometer seldom hope from their united skill and
below 55 or 56 in win experience,
of New Oilcans in the laudable endeavor And if it were not lawful, ter, nor up to 00 in summer. It is entirely to bo'able to give full satisfaction to all who
of betting our harbor! placed in slate of The lawyers would not use it; exposed to the sea from every point of the may'u r them with orders.
defence.! All mercantile interestedin And if U were not pious compass. The introduction of machinery io place
papers The Clergy would not choose it The fare of his table and bar alum be as of tbe tedious and unhealthy practice of ,
the prosperity of their patrons should And if it not ; good as the market will afford and attended casting type by band, long desideratum by
advocate the measure,-!let them only pro. The ladies were would a dainty thing, by t experienced servants. Private rooms tbe Eurepean and American Founders,was,,
not crave it; for lodging gentlemen ladies, and families by American ingenuity, and a heavy ;
mtll the wishes expen
;/atc of those who are alive And if it
not
were plentiful diture of time and
neatly tbe
The
arranged. undersigned hopes money,on part of our
to the disastrous consequences that would The poor girls could not have it. b t y diligent attention and industry to merit sensor partner, first successfully accomplish
insult from the annihilation of the Gulf the custom of his friends and the public ed. Extensive use of the machine cut let
trade, and D1C.), in New Orleans, on Wednesday generally. 8. A. SPENCER. ter, las fully tested and established It superiority
we trust the desired object will (lie 27th January, Mr.John Decatur Sully, Indian Key, Monroe County T rrl- )40 in every particular over that cast
be attained \\jf aged 21 years, wlloaficr several months ol tort of Florida, November 7tb 1835. A it. by tbe old process.
"Some efforts have been made the most severe illness, borne with (KrTU: at. Augustine Herald. Charles The Letter Foundry business will hereafter
recently, pure ton be carried
Courier
Philadelphia Saturday Courier on by the pestles before
and more are in Christian fortitude, resigned 'hi. his
to
contemplat'on: draw spirit New York Advocate and Journal and named under the firm of White,Hagar&co.
the attention of C ngrcsj to the propriety God,leaving his mother to mourn tho I loss Boston Commercial Gazette will give the Their specimen exhibit complete series
of fortifying Key %Ve: t. The condition of of a most dutious and affectionate son, his above five insertions and forward their from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book
mir relations with tile French, out of whichit brothers and sisters of a kind and tender I accounts to this office for payment. and News typo being in tbe most modern
is not improbable that hostilities may brother, and the community a jmlicrn for light and atyle.
grow, makes the subject of' peculiar inter- young im-n. lIis great moral worth could I PROSPECTUS White, tlagar It Co. are agents for the
bo or A New: vottnii: sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses
eat at this lime. The Harbor of Key West only appreciated by those who knew
is of infniteimpnntance i to the protectionof ; him; and it U with Lint few exceptions only OF TUB which they can furnish to their customers ,
at the
all in the 'heart of his KEY WEST INQUIRER. manufacturer's prices. Chases,
ihecommt-icei.f the United States sorrowing that
family, Cues, Composition Sticks, Ink and every
that r*'isos through tho Gulf of* Mexico his amiable qualiiiefl were best known. article used io the Printing Business, kept

The whulu valley of the lUi-sisippi-all May his pure spirit soar above the aky, Tlio second volume of Iho Kx( Y for_sale, and furnished ob tbe honest notice.
Alabama and Florida, and a large part of And dwell with augelsof his God nn high1! WJCST IMQCIRCR will commence on the Old type taken in exchange for new.
,"
Georgia, send their produce to u market, [N. O. Union. 10th of December,and with due acknowl- at 9 cents per pound. i
and tiring hack edgements for tho W B. Newspaper Proprietors who givethe
I their supplies>> amounting _.0- support which has alrca. three
to twentiesand fifiics of million?, through Two dy been given to his endeavor, the Editor above insertions, will be entitled ,
string TO A beau.-Mr. Anwziah would to Five Dollar in such articles as they
the narrow strait, uhich flows between the Siring advertises in tile Geo. express a hope that an avowal of Ma select from our specimen. may
Capri of Florida and the Constitution determination to continue his .. .
Cuba C+)ast.- i alisf, that a undertaking j' "
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JveyVc6t in the young man lamed Roderick may lead to-a still JOB PRINTING ,
Immh of art enPmr, would Mortn fin run rdTwirh hi two fhn liter.I more extended patron.age. EXECUTED IATwTU
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Wl Pnnterwb08upphes me composed of nothing but a little filter- .sober moments arc employed in efforts to
"Do I not owe the ,, the of those friends
---- with ed water mixed with some useless ingredients :appease anger whom
l MISCEi.LA1ffIAUSEleetricarl This sheet!" And O I that he should to make it taste agreeable. cBuf," ho has offended in his maudlin fits lie

Theory of the .Universe. A, only add added he. "you must always recommendwith takes indignities with patience; not the pa
correspondent of London Mechanic's "I will go even now and pay him." So it diet and exercise. The young tience of a Christianbut that of a cowarda

proposes to establish, in a forth- should we man did not see fit to take the advice, as coward who murders his friend in
coming Magazine work, the following propositions: Well pleased receive, and with light hearts his father had already gulled the public heart while he crouches to him in appear

1st. Tl.at comets are immense volumesof Our pursue useful toil ; while& conscience would ap- sufficiently,: for his genteel support.-N.Y. ance. Every feeling, every case, every
aeriform matter discharged from tho plaudTheir Sun. project, every obligation is slighted; he

sun by the agency of electricity. conduct, and give relish to the zest promises any thing, but performs nothing
2J. That comets arc gradually condensed We may prepare. Come then, good friends, Legal Decisions. We think it a duty to he is a great boaster, but little doer; his

and eventually becomes planets. and soon.I I lay before- --- the Dublic such decisions of the life is one continual lie; and every affection

3d. That planets move in spiral orbits, Supreme Court as may prove of general is surrendered to the quenching of
and ultimately fall back into the body of HAVE NO TIME TO STUDY. utility' We herewith insert some decisions his insatiable thirst, which increases with

the earth. The idea about the want of time is a which will repay the attention of mer- the means he takes to allay it; still lie per.

He thinks that there are concurring cir- mere phantom. Franklin found time in chants.As sists i in t the gratification of his fatal habits

cumstances to prove that the sun is a vast the midst of all his labors, to due to the to interest and commissions.; has till his manners become so objectionablethat

spherical conductor, highly charged with hidden recesses of Philosophy, and to explore been decided "Where interest and com- his society is tacitly, renounced by the

electricity, and that his electric influence an untrodden path of science. The missions are charged in a balance account respectable portion of society.

extends to the utmost limits of the plane.. great Frederick, with an empire at his discret attached as erroneous, proof of an agree The sot is a sensualist of another order,

tary 8)stem. : ion, in the midst of war,on the eve of+*ment must be produced, or the charges will different in appearance and different in

After stating the unintelligibility of the battles which were to decide the fate of' be rejected. By reference to the last volume character. He is a huge, bloated creature

Newtonian theory of tides, he says- the kingdom,found time to revel in all the of Louisiana Reports, the case will with a lead-colored complexion, and stupid .

.' Let us now examine tho tides by the charms of philosophy and intellectual plea- be found, page 91. Judge Porter in tins sleepy eyes, into which no human ex-

electrical theory. It is found by experi- sures. Bonaparte, with all Europe at his case rejected the charge 'of interest at 10 citement can infuse a spark of fire or in

ment with the electrical machine, disposal, with kings in his anti-chamber I per cent, and a charge for commissions in telligence. His drink i is ale, or some heavy

"First. That two bodies positively charged "iieggingfor vacant thrones!: ; with thousandsof advancing cash," on the ground that such malt liquor, which will gradually stupi.

i repel Path other. men whose destinies were suspended on charges can only be allowed when an agreement fy and beget a dull oblivion, without at
r Second. That two bodies, negatively, the brittle thread of his arbitrary pleasure, between the parties is proven. any time wholly depriving him of con.

,: charged, repel each other. had time to converse with books. Cccsar, Bill of Lading.-The bill of lading is sciousness. The drunkard acts as if his
Third. That two bodies, the one positiv .. when he had curbed the spirits of the Human on y prima facie evidence that the goodsand brains were converted into fire. The sot

ly and the other negatively: charged, people,and was thronged with visitors, merchandize mentioned in it were shin- would lead you to believe that his cranium .

::1 will attract toirh nthcr. from. the_ remotest_kingdoms, found time I tied in good order. contained a huge lump of mud. lIe
There i- n- electrical law calleJ the for intellectual cultivation. Every man\ Endorser of a Bill of Exchange.ApromIse smokes tobacco and gulps down his coarse

law of induction, which must be clearly has time, if he is careful to.improvo it; and .1 by the endorser to pay a bill of .draught for the sake of the sedative-not

understood! before we attempt to explainthe if ho does improve it as well: as he might; i exchange, after he was verbally notified of like tho drunkard, in pursuit of stimulus.

ebbing and flowing of the tides. In a he can reap a three-fold reward. Let mechanics the drawees refusal to pay it, is a waiverof But both arc nothing better than the brute.

metal ball, positively: charged, the electric then, make use of the hours at I iiis right to protest, and notice in the Louisiana Advertiser.

fluid is found to be uniformly distributedover their disposal, if they want to obtain a usual form. --

the surface ; also in a second ball, roper influence in society. They are the We particularly call the attention of com- LETTER FROM OXFORD STUDENTTO

containing its natural quantity, the fluid is ife-blood of the community; they can, if mission merchants to the following decis- HIS MAMMA.

found to be uniformly distributed. Cut if they please,hold in their hands the destiniesof ion recently made: Brazen Nose Coll. 1832.

the first ball be presented to the second, our republic ; they are numerous, re- "A commission merchant who under- Dear Mamma.

without touching it, tho fluid is repelled to spectable and powerful; and they have on- takes to fill an order with cotton which he Your anger to soften;
that side of the second ball farthest removed ly/to educated half as well as other professions has to sell, assumes inconsistent duties.- At last I sit down to indite.
from the first if the second ball be to make laws for the nation.EVENING. 'Tis clear I am wrong very often,
; P. 107, 6 vol. La. Reports. The circumstances Since 'tis truo I so seldom do write.
composed of two parts, and the remote of this case deserve to be narrated.
removed will found that But now I'll be silent no longer,
be it be nearly
part Persons sent directions to a commission
Pro and all deeds I'll disclose,
There two in the life of con my
the whole of the fluid; is contained in that are periods man
merchant of this city to purchase cotton
AU the pro" in verse I'll make stronger
in which the hour is my
and that the which remains is evening peculiarly
part, part and to ship it to Liverpool, and if a loss ,
nearly emptied, or in a negative state, and interesting youth and in old age. In occurred, they bound themselves to refund And hide all my con.', in my pro'
the first ball will attract the youth we love it for its mellow moonlight,
consequently the merchant Tho merchant in You told
to
pursu. me on coming collegeTo
its million of stars, its thin, rich and sooth-
negative Fart and repel that which j&positive. ing shades, its still serenity amid ...thesewe ance of his directions,employed a broker, dip into books and excel;
n- ; who went through the stock of cotton Why the tradesmen themselves must acknowledge -
the commune with our loves or twine the possessed
of and
"The explanation ebbing
the merchant
and of this
by out
flowing of the tides on opposite sides of wreaths of friendship, while there is none stock filled the order of the I've dipt; into [books pretty well.]
the almost too to bear us witness but the heavens and the up conespon- The advice took in
earth time
the at same is dents. The cotton was shipped to Liver- you pleasure givin
plain to reqaire any further remark. We spirits that behold their endless Sabbath To direct me is sure to succeed,
and loss
of .three
pool a thousand
there or look into the deep bosom of eight And I think confess 1
know that the earth i is charged with electricity creation hundred and nine dollars you'll am living
; and we may fed assured that the '., spread abroad like a canopy above us; occurred. The merchant eighty-five sued his cents JFith very great credit indeed.I .
is charged in thesame manner. Now and look and listen until we can almostsee corres- wait on the Reverend Doctors,
moon for
the earth both and hear the waving wings,and melting pondents this amount. Among the Whose friendship you told me to seek.
the BUM and moon, inducing
other
of
grounds defence the defendants And for the learned
of other worlds. To youth even- as two proctors,
in the direction, produce an effect exactly songs ,
same
alleged-"that the plaintiff could called twice in week.
not act They've for me a
similar to the two balls that side ing is ,delightful; it accords with the flow
;
the and is rendered of his. right spirits, the fervor of virtuousage in the double capacity of seller and purchaser Indeed we'vegot intimate lately,
next sun moon nega-' it allbrd hours of undisturbed of the cotton, though acting as consignee And I seldom can pass down the street
tive their inducing influence, and con ; contemplation '
by
1 he decision as given by Judge But their kindness surprises me greatly
it seems an emblem of the
tide is caused that side ;
sequently a on by Martin, speaks thus-uThe commission For they stop me whenever we jneet.
their united attractions whilst the earth's tranquil close of busy life, serene, placid
; merchant who classics with) all their old stories
undertakes to fill an order My ,
and mild with the
of its '
i is to the remote side impress great
electricity repelled I
with now
which closely ,
cotton, he has to sell very pursue
and phenomena connected with the tides flow wings over the grave, and it seems to the engaged to Without thinking,dear mother,of yoih
planter to afford him the benefit of his
that all shall
so plainly out of this principle, that I shall promise be peace beyond it. skill,experience and industry in Of Virgil I've more than a smatter,

not pursue the _idea___ further- -- at- .nresent._ __ nn."_ choosing And Horace I've nearly by heart,
merchant
Washington Mirror. The Chance of War. To those accustomed proper vendeo_ and to sell, in selecting thesafest But though fam'd for his smartness and
obtaining the
to the vicissitudes of warfare, its highest satire, I
For
all this
he
[From the Old Countryman.] no less curious to remark the many mir- price. expects pecuniary lie's not quite so easy as Smart. :
compensation. He next has a similar reward English bards I admire tittle :
Some of our country brethren display aculous escapes from wounds than the re- from every ,
sa'ich in their another person; engages to the And doat upon practical lore, !
from
ingenuity
dunning delinquent thorn. As an instance of the
subscribers, ad we occasionally meet withan former covery I observe that in the 'latter that he shall have the benefit of the Aud, thongh yet I have studied but LittleI
article that U worth copying. We are of the, may course same skill, experience and industry, to de- Lope to be master of .Voore.
action at I'IS
unable to quote its origin. Sabugal, addressing feat the expectations of the planter, that is You'll see from the nonsense I've written
THE PRINTER'S SOLILOQUY a passing remark to au officer near me, to say, to dispose of the cotton when the That m> Devils are none of the Blur
who, in turning round to answer,raised his price is at the lowest ebb and for the! That I'm playful and gay as a kitten,
'Tis strange 'tis most prodigious strange, light foot and 1 observed shot tear very And
TUat a grape lowest price in the market. It is nearly as fond of the Uue.
our subscriber* are so careless impossible -
paying their arrears. They cannot gmwnla up the print which it had but that instant I that fi commission merchant who has Bright puns (oh bow crossly yon'll bear
think left in the mud. As an instance of the :bound hirll5elt'nnder such 'em)
alter 1 shall hero relate rather incompatible I scatter, while logic I cram,
That
though
no alone, who publish to the world ( obligations can do justice to either of the
New, misplaced that at the of Bada- For Euclid and punt asinorum,
CI'OtIaU )
nations,and delight to spread storming i whom
by ho is
persons If he
employed. We lea e to the Jobnians of Cain.
Useful instruction through our spacions jus,in April, 1812, Lieutenant VVorsley got I take the middle
course and of the
,land ; a musket ball in the ear, which came out dispose My pony,in spite of my chidings,
Can meanwhile Hc on aha tU flesh and at the hack of the neck, and though after cotton at the medium price of the market, Is as skittish and shy as can be,
blood he violates his engagements to both; for, Not Yorkshire, with all her three riding'
That works the pre% and turns the black- a painful illness, he recovered,yet his head on the one side he has to obtain the highest Is half such a shier as he.I .
ened sheet got a twist,and ho was compelled! wearIt and on the other to the lowest wish he was stronger and larger,
pay
Well stored and ready for the eagle eyes, looking over the right shoulder. At the price, and he pockets a doublo reward For in truth I must certainly own
This flesh and blood must be recruited oft. battle Waterloo, iu 1815, (having been where ho has performed neither of his ob- He is far the most moderate charger,
At well at theirs or else the press must. upwards of three years with his neck awry) ligations. In this land of high chargers I've known.

atop. be received a shot in his left ear which My doubts of profession are vanish'd,
Thh call for CAIB. And then how many came out within hlfln inch of his wound The Drwkard the I'll tell you the cause when we meet.
Sot. The drun-
ream in the back of the neck and set his head Church Army,and Bar I havebanish'J,
kard is lean
a
and
Of .1.per..o struck off and scattered wide, sunken eyed being, the And now only look to the Fleet.
For which no length of'credit will be given straight again! current of whose .life is reduced to a
poor Come down then when is gilding
If given at all-besides the type and ink, balf-pint and one half of that is settled! in Our gardens, our, trees summer and our founts,

And many things required by those who. Encouragement to Quad. A quack his nose. lie drinks fur the sake of stimulus 111 give you accounts of each building-"

print doctor recently died -in Paris (says ialig- and seems scarcely to live when the 118" you'll wonder at all my acconntt
For which our money must be answerable! mm,) worth
lie had
Oh that our reader would considor this! 5,000,000 francs. excitation is at an end. You see him, then Come down when tho soft winds are
never trusted any one with the secret of with blood-shot ana and sighing,
And while they laughingly look our paper'o'er eyes mean trailing
his panacea,which ho called Elixir of'Lite, pace: crawling along the earth or standing Come down-oh you shall and you

And rather information from its page or some similar title in French. On his still,with his limbs hanging about him like must,
Would pause, and this one simple questionask death bed, ho requested his son to continue those of a pasteboard clown, when, the Come down when the dust clouds.aro-

.. the business, stating that bis medicinewas child has ceased to pull its string. All his Dear ding mamma, come down virfi the dtt.

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