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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: March 5, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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BY J. ATKINSON. KEY: WEST" FLORIDA, MARCH 5, 1G36. NUMUEtl ll.-.VOLUME 4.


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rcnnsiiF.D \vrrKtv: AT The regular tetras ne held at Key West I the North West Passage, and drawing four borders, arM more 11\11: 1000 kinds of 'cuts

FIVE DOLLARS PElt ANNUM.O : on the first Mondays in May and November.1 feet or upwards, except such as are herein and ornaments for school bonks, newspapers

rSubscribers: at a distance must pay in II after mentioned, shall pay $2 00All and scientific \"orkordcn for any of ,,

advance, or have an agent in this city COUNTY COIRTS.The Vessels bound through the North which, or composing sticks, cases chases, :

ADVERTISEMENTS: inserted at the rate of County Courts, hating a limited civil West I Pass, and touching at Key West for &c will beexpectcdwith the \\tmo!.t promp- |
jurisdiction and I the of letters titude,a large stock being always, hand.
One Dollar and Cents of original jurisdiction in all purpose landing passengers, on ;
Fifty (
fifteen lines,) for the first per insertion square, and matters relating to Estates, Guardians,i Jot obtaining supplies of provisions, wood or They will also execute orders for printing ,i I
Wards &c. held without to presses' ink, Ac. which they will furnish
Seven tv-Five Cents for each subsequent arc by the Judges in the;water,shall depart being subject at v
several counties scmi-smnually. 1 the above ordinances, unless the master of the manufacturer's prices. '
continuance. All Advertisements will be j
continued until otherwise ordered. None I the said vessel shall request a pilot to take Printers newapaperawitl please pub
will be considered less than a APPELLATE COURT. I charge of such vessel and take her out over lish thiuhertisementwith this note)three
square.
O:::p- No subscription be discontinuedunless : The Court of Appeals! consisting of the the lUr ; for which services be shall receive' times, sending a paper containing it to the I
( at the option of the Editor,) until nil Judges of the several Superior Courts! c : the usual rates of pilotage. All pilots tie. Foundry, and receive payment when titty
arrears are paid. i held annually at Tallahassee on the first jtaincJ on board ol any vessel, by the reI -, purchase four times the amount of their. bilk I

All letters to the Editor on business, Monday in January.OFFICERS I[quest of her commander, shall receive for from the Factory. f
must be Post Paid.FLORIDA. leach and every da)'8 service three dollaro, .
OF THE CUSTOMS.: per day, over and above &his pilotage. Fishing RRUCE'S N Ew-YOax TYPE FOUNDRY ,I
---------DIRECTORY.---- -- --- District of St. Augustine.--Collector,1ob n Smacks and \\ reeking Vessels shall not J\) b. 13 Chamber *t. near Chatham. !:

Uodmau. be subject to this ordinance.Sec. .
Compiled for the Key West Inquirer. I 4. Ro it further ordained That any THE price of five line Pica plain and an

Any error will be corrected, and addition District of rf'nsacola-Collector, Robert vasscl having passed tho buoy on the Bar of tiquo is educed to 25 cents a ib. and Six
line Pica and
made on the Editor's being notified of such MitchHI. Inspector, R. A. Mitchell. Sur the North VN est Passage, before having making these larger to 20 cents, thereby
error or omission. fc'or"m.. M. Loflin. been boarded by a pilot, shall not be obligedto other.perfect metal types cheaperthan ,
take the but in any :
same ; case a pilot goes
EXECUTIVE.: District of St. Johns Collector,., James onboard by the request of her captain, then former This foundry bas had added lately to its

Governor, JOHN II. EATO.N. Secretary, Dell. Inspector, Hontio Dexter. I[ihe shall receive the usual pilotage. of Shaded unparallcllcd Condensed assortment several sizes
GEORGE K. W.U.KI.K. Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That all l I and Ornamented
District of St. Marks-Collector, Jesse JI. I I vessels bound into the Port of Key West, Types, by which Printers the letterpress -
I LEGISI A TV m:. Willis Inspector Burr U. Duval. InSpector and spoken by a pilot, Boca Chica bearing ; arc enabled to rival the impressions from t)

The Legislative Council is composed of Augustus Steclc, Tampa Bay I North, or North W esterl),shall pay full I display.copperplate in beauty; fancy and tasteful

twenty-six members, divided among nineteen pilotage at the same ratra as though she had

::11 Counties, us! follows. Leon, four ; District of Apalachicola-. Collector, G. J. i been brought In over the main ship channel The assortment embraces 250 sizes or-
r Escatnbia, Two ; Gadgden, Two ; Jackson Floyd inspccioi, \\'. D. Price. All vessels arriving and not having been varieties, from 1'llino pica to pearl, of Roman
J Two ; Jefferson Two : St. Johns. Tuioi I spoken I.J pilot before passing the abornamed o Italic, Black Antique, Italian, Title,
d Walton, Washington( Franklin Madison, I limit, and being three miles from the Condensed, Shaded, Backslope.. German
District of
Hamilton, Columbia, Alachna, Duval, Nassau A. Whitcheacl.Key West-Collector, William I light house on 101.W cst, shall only bo subject Text, Ornamented, Music, fie. and also Pi

Mosquito, Hillsborough, and Monroe, Collectordam Gordon.Inspector and Deputy to pay half pilotage ; but if not spoken ca Fractions, Superiors, Space Rules As.n .
One each.Pclegatc. Inspector, Stephen Ij until after passing the aforesaid limits, i tronomical and other Signs, Ornamented ,
R.
Mallory. Temp. Weigher and that case she shall bo exempted from paying Dashes, Long Braces, OralS Rules, nearly
to Congress JOSEPH M.'mT& (;anger, William II. 11'all. Appraisers,[any pilotage.Sec. 300 Borders, and more than 1000 Cuts or
Charles M. U
t I ells, George I;. Weaver. C, Re it further ordained, Thai all l Ornament for Newspapers, School-Books,
Inspectors, Charles Howe
ELECTIONS.The John Dubotc, Cane Florida., Indian Key. vessels arriving through the West Pass, and and Scientific works. ,

elections for members of Legislative Charlotte Harbor the East end of the Dry Rocks, to tho The 8..bscribenfurni"h. Comrosing-Sticksl
C.ullclltake place annually on the second Cre" s. -Inspector, II. B. Westward of Sand Key, bearing :Southwest: Cases!' Chases, Galleys, Furniture, Paper,'

Monday in October ; and Delegate to Congress shall pay full pilotage, but if not spoken un Ink,all kinds of Printing Presses, and every ,
Biennially on the first Monday in BAN KS.tlauk til passing the aforesaid limits, and being, article required in a Printing-Oflice, at the
May. of West Florida, Apalachicola three miles from Key West light, only half manufacturers' prices. They also execute
tered 1829 cbar- pilotage shall bo recovered, but if spoke orders for Stereotyping.
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JUDICIARY. t-apital. $500,000. after passing the aforesaid limits, shall be I Printers of Newspapers who publish this

Superior Courts, having Admiralty Ju President, Cashier. exempted from paying pilotage. advertisement (with this note) three tunes A
ri1H.l ictiuD. :Sec:; 7. Re it further ordained, That all before the end of
EASTERN DISTRICT--comprising the Rank of Pensacola, Chartered 1031-ap-I p ilots'who shall bring a vessel into tlii port,1 payment when the they year/1835 make shall rcoom *
St. Johns ital $2,500,000. shall be entitled to carry her out,unless the from the a purchase
Counties of Nassau, : Duval, Co. President Foundry of four times tho amount t
Walter
Jitmbia! Alachua, lIi11 borough and part of Gregory. Cashier, commander can show good and sufficient, of their bill. CEO.: BRUCE k CO.
Mosquito I Catlin. cause to the contrary. Any vessel arrivingat New orle, Aug.183x. 42
I Judge, RORERT RAYMOMI: Rein. Attorney, : this port without a pilot, shall have liberty
Bank of et. Augustine Chartered 1UJ1 without unless tho -
THOMAS: DOUC.I.ABS. Marshal SAMIT.L depart pilot, captain M
Ur.Ain. (. apital $300,000.Not shall wish one. R E. WHITE & WILLIAM HAG AII,
( yet in operation.) :Sec.: H. If any pilot shall speak a vessel ESPKCTFULLY Inform the Printers 'I

The regular terms are held as follows :- bound to this port, outside the limits, and of the United States, to whom they have .
Tor St. John, and Mosquito Counties, alSt. Merchants and Planters Rank of Florida, the captain of said vessel shall refuse to long been individually known established 1

Augustine on the second Mondays in Tallahassee, Chattered If3'l. take a pilot, he shall bo liable to pay full I .I Letter Founders, that they have now form
Capital $200,000. pilotage, and the pilot him shall I ed a co-partnership in said business {
March and October. For Nassau County, so speaking ( and 4\
on the second Mondays in April and November. President, Cashier, tie entitled to carry said vessel out, unless hope from their united skill and experience I
For Alachua,Columbia and II ills- the captain refuses to take pilot out, in to he able to giro full satisfaction to all who 1: I
Central Rank of Florida, Tallahassee which the shall bo may favor them with orders.
borough Counties, at N mvn:1Dsville, on the cue pilot entitled to half
Wednesdays after the third Mondays in Chartered: 1832-Capital $1,000,000. pilotage out. The introduction of machinery in place
April and November. And for Duval Coun- President, Ren[ Chains Cashier. Leslie Sec. 9. All pilotage shall be recoverable of tho tedious and unhealthy practice of

ty at Jacksonville the first !Mondays ir A. Thompson. forthwith before any justice of tho peas ca.Ungtpo tho by hand, long desideratum by ;
:May and December. Chancery terms are upon affidavit of any pilot, that he spoke European and American Foundc's,wa;
j held at St. Augustine un the second Mondays Commercial Rank of I'IurIda,Ap.Alachieola, said vessel or boarded her outside of the by American ingenuity, and a heavy expen
in July and September Chartered 10J2-Capital $500,000. prescribed limits, and that the captain of dituro of time and money, on the part of our
(Not yet in operation.) said vessel refuses to pay pilotage or halfpalotage,1I1 senior partner, first successfully+ accomplish
ed.
MIDDLE DisTiu T--Compri"ing the Counties or out as the case may be. Extensive use of the machine cast let
of Leon, Gadsden, Hamilton, Jefferson Union Rank of Clorida'CallahasaccChar. Sec. 10. All pilots shall have a good and ler, has fully tested and established its su
and :Madison. toed I. 3J-Capital $3,000,000. sufficient pilot boat to cruise outside of the periority 'in every particular, over that cast

Judge, TIIOMAS: RANDALL Attorney, President,John G. Gamble, Cashier, John Reef, and the name of such pilot boat shall b y tho old process

J.I.MI.S; U. WEKTCOTT. Marshal, THOMAS: Parkhill. be painted in legible letters in her mainsail I The Letter Foundry business will here
E4T1N UA.VUOLril. with the number of her brancti underneaththe after bo carried on by the patties before
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Farmers Hank of Florida Mariar.a named under tho firm a
Char same.BRUGES. White,Hsgarteo. :;
tered 18JI! -Capital $75,000. Their specimen exhibits a complete' aeries
Tho regular terms are held as follows IF
For Hamilton County, at on the first (Not in operation.) NEW YORK TYPE FOUN and from Diamond to 14 lines Pitta. The Dook 'i'l.;
-- Tho subscribers+ ) News type bring iu tho most modern 4 I
'i :Mondays in Juno and December. For respectfully f1"
I I :Madison County, at San Pedro, on the Rank of Jacksonville, Chartered R3.i.. I inform the printer, that they have recently! light and ..,Ie. ," ;
::1 Thursdays after the first Mondays in June Capital $75.000. completed a variety of new fonts of letter White, Hagar At Co. are agents for the Y '
I and Jecernber.ud for the remainder of (Not yet in operation.. ) in the style of tho latest European speci Bale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press* tea 1.

: the District! at Tallahassee on the first mans,well calculated for ornamental printing -I which the! they can furnish to their custom ) .'
en at ,
Mondays in Apt it and October, For the information of transient vessels l : or sastcful, dil.layand, making an assortment Cases manufacturer's prices, Chases, tI
of Printing Types unrivalled in Composition Sticks, Ink and ) .
West every
passing Key we give the following article i't
WESTERN DISTRICT-Comprising the beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens used lathe Printing Business, kept .J ,1,
RATES OF for sale and
Counties Escainbia, Walton, Washington PILOTAGE may be obtained at the Foundry furnished ot the shortest no ,'
Franklin and Jackson. as established by the County Court. No. 13, Chambers street, near Chatham st. tice Old type taken in exchange for new ,; .

Judge, JOHN A. CAMERON.: Attorney DP it ordered by the County Court, that all l It contains specimens from Twelve Line at N.9 cents B. per pound. 1 f
GEORGE WALKER. Vessels shall be Pica to Pearl-- Newspaper Proprietors who
Marshal, J. W. Exu i >>. subject to the fullowinrates g comprising the above give
of Pilotage. 45 forms of Roman Caps with 1. case. three insertions, will be entitled '
The regular terms arc held as follows Sec. I. All vessels of War > 35 do Italic du ilo to Five Dollars in such articles M they may

For Escarnbi4 County,at l'en.acolaon the drawings and not more \ ICR |OOT 5 du title Roman do da select from our specimen.LIST .

first Mondays May and November. For than 14 feet, $2 00 P do title Italic do du --_.-.-, ,.,._..____ -
Walton County on the first Monday i in Drawing 14 and not more 5 do sh'd Roman do do OF LETTERS
March and third Monday in November. than 18 feet, 2 25 17 du Antique do do
For Washington County on the second Drawing IU and not over 12 do Black do do Remaining in the Pont office at Key Vest

Monday iu Much and fourth Monday i in 91 feet, 2 50 5 do Opcn Black do do January tat 183C, if not taken out within
November. For Jacktca County, at Mariana Over 21 feet, 300 2 do Script do do t Ilirco months will (t.o sent to the General

on the third Monday March and the Sec. 2. All Merchant Vcs. 5 do Gcrm'n Textdo a do Post Office a- dead letters.Jno. t '

first Monday in December And for Franklin sell drawing 5 and not ) 25 do Two Pnerom'n cap with fig- W. Simontofl ; J"o.V.. D. P.

County on the first Monday in April and over twelve feet, shall \ Tea roOT 11 do Two lines Italic c.plttl llagin, i; Jno. Doughty; Peter Thomas
Thursday after the third Monday in Decem.bE'r. 10 do HUM Caps, of various kind. ;
Ikamiss U
Par$1 so 0 do 30$. II. ; A. Mammng'Lem. ,
Open do :
All above 12 and not do
over Mrs. R. T.
7 do ueIOli.; Niles Gen Trotter
Italic ; '
16 feet :
capitals and figures. ;
SOUTUU'f DISTRICT Comprising; the All over 1C and not abovg 2 00 Besides ornamental Lt. G. A. O'Brien, 2j Ja,. B. 8in )nds;

County of Monroe and part Mosquito.. 18 feet, 2 53 rnu lc.lottery| fibres, piece fracUon.X'penors Wm. Low; Wm. IMaifj! Thos. Kabwon ,I

.1I1d JAMES WEBB. Attorney, W'L1..UIMu All above 18 feet shall pay 2 iO astr.noroical and otber.lgns, s acrulabras John PUtt; Thos. Co halh Capt. John

,, Marshal THOMAS F.4ITI: gee 3. Vessels arriving ; rules, ornamental dashe..W Whaltonj Wrn.-rooker. ,'-r:
(tan
or departing
u'?
i braces, more than two hundred kinds of PATTERSON, Pf ;' ALII


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"'It'I 'transaction of business in our Admiralty --h a native of Richmond Co.-N. Y, as the other clauses of the treaty without

I other American. delay. We expect soon to receive the ii.-
Admiralt
i'd'IIis I QUIltER.: Court. Probably110
stalments due, and have no doubt that tins
Court in the world, ever adjudicated foul estate
Great sales of real in and near happy result will be received by the American
FLORIDA I about -
4 KEY ir/iST, : more rapidly than those we are
cases Wall Street. The U. S. Bank building
nation with as much joy as it has crc-
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I have recently been at Key
"SATURDAY, MAIICII a, isao.SlJIPVREcK. I mentioning was sold today at auction. It was bought attd generally here."
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.-Qn Sunday morning West. for the Merchants by Mr. Gto. Griswold, -
The Bark Grecian was brought in by From the N. Y. American.
; tIe, 28th ult the Brig Stranger of Freeport for one hundred and eighty-nine thousand
late in the of 21st
t the wreckers evening
Me. Soule from New York bound to five hundred dollars-and is to be offered Opinions of French Papers on the Prix
Capt. February;-she was libelled for salvage on idcnfs Message,-The article 01 the Jour
with assorted ran at the cost price to tho General Government
an cargo
Apalachicola the 23d-her case came before his Honor nal dcs Debates on the American speech

upon tho Dry Rocks a few miles to the Judge Webb on the 25th, and the decreewas ', for a Post Gftice. It is, as juices I is very s specific, and if it may be conslIcl'cd!

Westward of Sand Key. Several wreck- 27th. in Wall street range, a very cheap purchase. in anyway as the opinion of the French

ing vessels went to her assistance, and she promulgated on The Globe Insurance Co. building\\IlIcll Government, is doubtless: important.Whoever .
Belle did
Tne saved from the Brig the Fcbatsis
hove off die following night after having cargo adjoins the Bank of America, was sold for says familiar with
was not all arrive here until 25lh February, on President Jackson's character, will receive
taken out of her and sixty-seven thousand dollars.
two cargoes which day it was libelled, and on the next, this Message as an agreeable surprise.
brought to this port. She has been hove and The N. Y. Society Library building, in The tone of the speech as regards Frances
;1 the Judge hl'anlthe case argued awarded -
{ out and her bottom found to be much in Nassau street, brought forty-four thousandtwo moderate, and the respect shown for that

f Her case came before the Court on the salvage.On hundred dollars.-[Ib. country evident; and the President's! desire
jured. the 25th February, the French Brig seems to be, that the quarrel should l.e arranged .

1st March. Courier do Vera Cruz was brought in, the St. Josephs.-We have seen a letter in a manner honorable to the two

ADMIRALTY DECISIONS.-Since libel in her case: was tiled the ensuing day, from a respectaMe! source, from which we [;teat nations who art engaged in it.
As fur little of
any expressions pride for
our last, decrees of salvage have been pro- and the Judge having heard the case made have been requested to make the (following his own country,or of auger against 1'iancr,

nounced by His Honor Judge Webb in the known hi* decree! oa 27th. extract : In which General Jackson has indulged,

following\ cases:- The Brig Stranger from New York for I The sale of lots at St. Josephs, has they are very pardonable, in 'he hc-a-J l of a

Bark Grecian of Portland, Thom, Apalachicola, was brought in on the night I turned out as I expected. The stockholders )- representative go\'( rl1ll1ellt \VKI! has !oil) many

Vessel condemned. of 28th, was libelled on the 29th, and the here divided them themselves jarring interest? !to consult, and so tna
cent. amongst
master fifty
per uy democratic! prejudices! to h-unbi: g. Beside
Sale of cargo ordered on 23d March. cause was .heard on 1st March.Q:7Our at auction at large prices-nine-tenths, at such language imy I t'e rnusidiril

French Brig Courier de Vera Cruz, latest northern contain a least:: arc now as before the sale the property retaliatory on the French Mir.ivmd:
: papers
hundred of the stockholders. The thing wouldnot Chambers, for the language ado ,:fl by
Do\baharabl\ master, twenty fire rumor that Governor Eaton has been nominated them in amendment of \
lien. .ihzi-.
has her down. The people from New Orleans
doll She
zrs. proceeded on voyageto to the Senate as: Minister to Spam. go The Debuts adds, that the, Prcctt'sdemands !':

Bordeaux. It is said to be the opinion pievaiiing ai Mobile, &c. returned disappointed for supplies lo finish the const

and disgusts! : The sale, as it is called, fortifications, and to increase (lie marine,
Tallahassee* thai should lie be appointed,
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WRECKS. i is unusual for us to
amounted to about 400,000 dollars; tomett"A can. ive no reasonable cause of (JH('..rc to
wrecks have recently CJen. It. 1\. Call will (be our next Governor. Vance warn) has her
announce so many as very :fewveie guHed.-N. Y. Star.From :> [ : coast already fortified

occurred, in so short a time, unless after DIVISION OF MONROE CO UN,!' and her navy fully appointed.!

some great and disastrous gale. These,: ; the 1\. li. Star Feb.: 13.Lil'1'E lie absolutely! refuses, it is true, lo givein
TY.-Our remarks under this head in our airy precise form the reparation: demanded -
however have happened in ol FROM ENGLAND.
consequence last week's paper, were made when \\c by Fiance, but after all has thetoiuidf,
a severe current directly the OUR UlWEllENCES WITH FRANCEbETTLED. ;
setting
upon were impressed with the belief that the ju- tho apology been fixed I no form necessaly -
Florida Reef. Its rapidity has been estimated : I ? A rtparation was demanded, and in
rors of both the old and new counties were
"a from 3 to 3 and a half miles! per It gives us more than oidinary pleasure: the opinion of the Debats, the ropara'inn:
still to act in concert, notwithstanding the offered in the General's Message: i is perfectly
hour. And when vessels once get on the to iritonn our readers, and the country at -
division but (from what we have since I satisfactoiy.
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coral reef with this current, it is difficult large, thai i'Vauce has consented to pay the However
learned, we ate led to believe that too char in order to judge of the ;r.w-:: ;
y if not impossible to get off without the assistance itable a cor.struction was placed both upon first instalment:: on the Indemnity Treat t ty ncr: in which the Message ought to be ic-

of lighters. The bold and enterprising without rccurioncc 10 the mediation, unu ieivcd by France, it will be nccrssaiy In
I the and the
the provisions of act object
i men, who follow wrecking on iLu thai all our dilleiences wIth our ancient: (know in what manner it has been rerfimlin
endeavored to ,be attained by means of it. j America and the Dcbats
coast, have within the last eight months saved i iWe 'ally. anti lncuu, ate now napyily icmunalcu, ventures :to
have been informed hat an auieiui (predict that all the welUdisposed
j a vast amount of property' from total 'and nothing is: lett, in any shape, tu all ct and Slates of the Union persons
i rnent which was: proposed:! to the bill while! will rccene it
loss. Nor has there been, so far as we have under consideration, making the jurors of our commercial inteicouise, or mar thoee with grateful satisfaction! and hail it as :a

heard or believe, a single instance of inv .yood leclings! which should ever exist bcuvten teiiniuaiion to this unhappy dispute.
either coni 'etent jurors in the -
county |
wrecked War between Flauce and America would.!
proper conduct relating to property two nations! : endeared: by so man)
objected to on the ground that u+
was lie madness, as one Message can lepalr tl.e
the crews of twenty wrecking yes anti xaluabte lecoilections. To
among earlY out
would deieat the of the bill. which another
vcr) object A long Message had done,
i sels. The lion. Judge Webb has several Fiencli friends in particular, who were exceedingly and the is in the of
Now, as it is well known that the Countyof present speech opinion
times scrutinized their conduct rigorously, desirous of and the Dcbals I
!: peace, who JJa\'l- perfectly sufficient to repair
: Monroe, in original state, could hot
i and has ,paid them high compliments: for I muster a sufficiency jurois for a criminal gone with us in our earnest ctlorts to seer he evil which was caused by its prncccsisor. I

their honorable deportment. It ought to honoiablo I II
pioinoltdby awry: means we;
,
trial of and that important Providence
known that these any consequence I says the Debuts in exclusion I
be generally wrecking i/llcr our sincere congratulations.A .
F civil causes were oUiy d oftentimes to I seems to be watching over the world i
vessels carry a licence from tho Judge of special! : fiom the St. Andrew and within
be postponed fir the same reason, we have messenger preventing war; twenty times !
the United States Court, which would hi has the last fi'o has inovii-
ears
to war !
proceeded Washington with ) appeared
t
been at a loss to conjecture the 'object of
withheld or resumed if the Judge had good the III telIigeuce.Lxiract ,tale: but an unseen power watciies! om !
the bill unless it be that neither
County
the destinies of maintains
reasons to disapprove of their conduct. :: nations and
' were to have in accordance with in provisions 01 a letter from N. M. Rothschild, peace. ,
While glaring improprieties relative to
the benefits of Jury trials in im- Bated London, January Gth, to Messrs. The London Press, says the. Constitution-
have occurred the
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on
i wrecked property portant casU-III other word, that the J. L. &, ti.:; Josephs &, Co., of this city : nel, as well as the French papers, agree
coasts of New York, New Jersey andEngland that General Jacksoi.'s; Message is 1>:icihe.
Southern District of Florida was to i l-e The Message of jour President haspioduced -
we are gratified to hold up our de::pissed The construction this document manifests :
end abused Islands as free from similar made by /ate, the pleasure ground of every at Paris as: favorable an etllct) as extraordinary skill. the old general,

reproach/i s# hiCvr villain who might be di poscd to exercise could be desired upon the question with in spite of the rough manners whit-hare
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LATEST FROM NEIL=IORK..By .- the dread of punishment from human tri your Government, and I am happy to inform of his position, with art' dial would
.do honor to the most cor.sumatc: maker of
the Brig Avis, Capt. Brightman, the bunals. Comment is needless.A }nii that the French Government is [protocol. He wishes to establish two

New York American and New York Star j petition> signed I by upwards of IX) r t,w prepared to make the payment, on things, that he has the right to speak out

of 13th February, one day later than: before male citizens of Moruoe County as it teas. amount) of the Indemnity, as soon as ap- I his meaning, and that no one has the rightto

I received were brought to town. Extractswill many oftliern residing within the limits (I!' ;j.Jii.d; l for. All kinds of stocks and Amcr call his words in question. Maintaining:
on these points an absolute firmness, lie
be found in our columns )ado County, has been forwarded tu our ; wan securities will experience the benefits proceeds with a, marvellous facility to declare

s Tho letters from Baron do Rothschild Delegate, praying Congress for its negatives tf f this result. that ho had no intention to insult or

published in the Star,puts at rest all apprehensions upon the law ; and it should be the wij-hi.i menace the French Government.

c of n war with France, and the every: good citizen having the welfare cf Extract from Baron de Rothschild's Letter, Tlie office mediation will thus become

4 ,fact should be a subject fur congratulation society or the Territory at heart, that the 1 dated Paris, Jan. 7thaddresseil to MessrsJ. easy to the English Cabinet,and all Europe:

with all who feel interested in the prosperi prayer of the petitioners may be ;ianteel. .,: L. &. S. Joseph Jc Co., :New York. will profit by the circumstance. Tilt
French Government in its communications
We felt much
for kind
obliged attention -
of the The your
t ty country. mediatorship of
that
with Mr. did not recollect
Livingston
England be considered In the New York Assembly on 10th Fob.', in sending us the Message, and ,
may something a the Minister was bound to make them pub-
sinecure. It is thought the tone of the !Mr. Wet more offered a resolution directing;: iwve the greatest pleasure in announcingto lick; with a government like that of the

inquiry into tile reasons which producedthe that that document admirable United w im
a English papers may have tended to a considerable an you so States diplomatic secrecy
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degree to put the French cabinet' omission; of the name of Lieut. Turner for the considerate, dignified and concilia possible point which must be remembered

in the right as they have almost without of tho U. S. Navy, in the honors paid ting manner in which it presents the facts by those cabinets who have business to
transact for tho future with America
,exception sided with the United States. by this Legislature, to such of the officer* !bearing on tIle point about which so much

........ engaged in the naval battle on Lake Erie, Jn it'lyVal: :! 'felt on all sHw, has producedhere The Temps says, that in the short discussion ::

i as were natives of this State. the most favorable sensation in every relative to the election of commissioners -

'IIIl LAWS DELAY"-This Capt. Turner is now a Post Captain if quarter, raised I the scruples! of this Govern- which took place in some of than

F would cease to be a subject of reproach the navy. It appears the mistake arose mvi.t, and Jelt-niiined them to inform bureaus of the Chamber of Deputies, au
debate took
important place on the subjectof
were the same despatch observed in other from ah impression that Capt. Tlmera> vows, through; the English Cabinet, that I the American Speech. After it had

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considered of a conciliatory nan": English frigate was cruising on the West 4th Bug Somerset, Talker, St. Marks, DllUCE' New-y'oRK'tYP.E..fOU.N: DUV", ,,* t

tyre, several Deputies, among others Monsicur Indies, when she overlook one of the bound loCluileston. JVo. 13 ChamberittncarChatham.THE ,

; Lpyrand, insisted that ihe Chamber: I.down cast'' craft richly ladened lor the SAILED. t I
price of five lino Pica plain and antique ;
could fake no measures on the subject, nn1' of Boston. A gnu was tired lor Jonathan Fcb 28th :Schr: Ryder Aly, Gould, Reef is reduced to 25 cents a Ib,, and Six

Iii all the documents relative to the nllair,' to come to, but ho my uncurcmoiu- Sloop Actor, Smith: (Uccf.29ih : line Pica and larger; to 20 cents, thereby I

bad been laid before it, M. Unpin nnd M. nobly:: kept quietly on his: course, to the utter Schr Fair Amei n, Fitch, Reef, making these\ perfect metal types cheaper

Tests entertained the same opinion, that < indignation ot John Bull. Presently ui Maicb''d Brig Union, flare, New Oilcans. than any other. i ,

the ministers, M'cro desirous of producing i i I shot' came Hying across! (be .kippci'd deck, Tins foundry has had added lately to its "
'' French Brig Courier do Vera Cruz, former unparaUellcd assdrtment! several si[* .
from the Chambers a vole of satisfaction |tearing up the spinners III great IJlc.- of SIia led ,
Condensed
i This thu least cllect Yankee.I'rtbuitly Dolhabarats, Uuideaiix. zes > Ornamented y
the without nail not on me
Message, prior upon any Relief Denison Havana.[ Types, by which Printers at the letter-press ,}
the lime of 3.1 sloop ,
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on their part 11I.'Fctrnr-| ; frigate alongside I' arc enabled to rival tbo impressions fnm
{!lIeu that Ministersrcro not thus to elude[:Jonathan.i ; Sloop Morning Star, Blown, do. I copper-plalo in beauty; fancy and tasteful ':
,heir responsibility, that ihe Message was i| "bhi ahu} where arc you bound1' Sloop Alert, Biumun. do.MARSHAL'S display. I
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specially( directed against: them, !and that I suug out Bull, in \oicc of thunder. u : The assortment embraces 250 sizes or : :
therefore the whole conduct of the diplo'l I "Fui Boston, 1 iickon," icplied J una- ; SAW; I varieties from 12 lino pica to pearl, of Raman .

untie !ncgocjations resulting from it, must'! thou I BY VIRTUE of an older of rile from Italic, Black, Antique: Italian Title, ,
.. \\ bo's ?" Court for the Jiou'ilirni Condensed, Shaded, Backslope, German '
devolve! on them. I j I your captain{ I the [nnotable. ::;upp.'lor
The Courier Frnncais states that, in ono!i Well, 1 g'css; us ante FJ'O copting now,.' Judicial District Of JJonda, to !imj'diuclcd Text, Ornamented: Music, &(1. and also Pi
Fractions Rules
Astronomical
ca Superiors Space ,
<>f the Committees of the Deputies, one ofjcatho ;: c ZeuKCl'j; ? down below." |j and deivered, hereby gtlH'' and, other Signs! Ornamented

members r-rnpl1sCdlhat llicc.\planulions j;I '' \\ hat: me you l.tdcned Wll17"'ocllen.! : .- public, notice, that I shall I oiler: ut Dashes, Long Braces, Brass Rules, nearly

:oi\cn. in tho Message of Ga{. Jackson ted stall, |Int.tcryf.omtheWarchouseofF.A.. I BrowneEsq. 300 Borders, and more than 1000 Cuts or ,
should be accepted as sufficient. This was:!| \\' hens and ..en's husbands, hub in the city of Key West, on Monday Ornaments for Newspapers, 9chool.Books,

very inopportune. Tlc: nll'air i is ono 0 flgubluiy i luug-laccd! jeuliy, and shingle |the| 21st I day of'I'I inst. llm c-nliio, cargo and Scientific works. ',

diplomacy, and 'tJ" e Chambers can take noUi i ilIotice | :! ; taU oitciv to me hnglisnmui.) of Wrecked Bail Giccian, consisting The subscribers furnish Compoting-Sticks,
or! it until called/ do .'Hel\\ out oual umlcouieuooutdbellowed /' Cases Chases, Galleys, Furniture,
upon lo so.-l j I YUUl ( of Furnituro, Ir> Goods, l.iquursIGuccrvr Paper,
'ne1iu: islels would no doubt bo very :glad: I Julinny. j !?, &C. &c. Terms of solo ar j Ink, all kinds of Printing I'resacsanderery J'o;.. I
if the Chambers would soften the way f for:I "Ha'ul got .any boat," echoed Jonathan,'cash.; No will bo dcliycrcduntil ciIlbills 1 article required in a Printiag-00'ice, at themanufacturers'prices.

than. ; but things will not ho manugt'd i in i ;, "got a canon with no ooitoiii, so i :,11.111'1o 1 I !'f'L are tented Orders: not to uC accept orders for Stereotyping.. They also execute (I

tiiis way and they must expiate' their ''hults[, clIl1all"l.t' 1:1 inv,. life m lia.'' HulL tlluJIlIU_ ed. T1IOS. EASTIN, Marshal, Printers of Newspapers who publish this

1 themselves.I lll'sicksIr: Barton was not that' it was useless: to pulley wow lucdimiii By J. A. TIIOURON, Ucpty M. advertisement (with this note) three times

come) back at the limn of I IIIUl'II S-lagcancl I|,,: uluc, insolent: Vankce, hut u out ins>> boat, :\l.urliti'l, : \ 1036. [llul] bcloro the end of the year 1835, shall re
what may be the dli.'cl: of his return\ mono'and[ :' bouiued Jonaihun liUoiigndiiiig ccive when make, 4.;
payment they
.i I a purchasefrom
\lc; told ; other dillicullics! may arise, and i ill I! MY here is t'.is': CJlglUl juiiia?" demanded A Resort for Invalids.SUBSC'RIIJER tile Foundry of four times the amountof

is thru tint the mediation of England: willi I the uiltccl': ot tau uaige, .t+lta.+cul'; their.bill. GF1O. BRUCB & CO.

J.o l.flll. The Chambers cannot but icmam !lowaids Joiutiian, who, duiing tins eoiii<-:! < Now York, Aug 92, 1835, 42

silent! upon the:subject in dispute.i I (1 pjy, veiy diiimeiesledly: sat un u 11.u1ca"l\: .
I al rue iiL'lai." ,i.:.
j > WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR,
From the New Yoik Minor I I i'hciu the hens and hen's hudband,! I IIFl having settled llESPrCTFULLY: Inform tile Printers
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I Coloni'l Smith!Foreigners sometime:: l.oinimg( t Un th.tI\l'1J coop; lliciu'ti>> inu'jjuob himself\ on Indian Key, has determined of the United States to whom they have

smile at us :lruer'icans11rnn ostclllato': ) goblius: ," tin owing, : rasp al bouts tit 0 I to open a HOUSE:! for boarding amilodging l long been individually known as established'
and believing it to bo of the Letter Founders, that they havo now form
parade) of titles. What would n comiinticlf.Tof or lliri'U tuna'i aboui'iicuceii' : ; and Here's: one
mutt favorable situations in the cd a cn-partnrrship in said business, and
UnitedStates
tho "National Guard," (with inns the I lung-taeed: guu,r\', sliuwmg, ; the pigsty; for persons who are suffering from hope from their united skill and experience, '

facfu's as long us your IIlm,) n)' to the mil- und puiiing oil* .lie n.uclie."htiu: lliebbinglo p11lnuroardiapeplioanJ numerous chronic to be able to give full satisfaction to all who

it:try gentleman:: mentioned LcloA : b.tiua; bcncudi alucu'lurtl Iii c discuses i awl obliged seek a refuge, from may favor them with orders ,
curtain paper; has tbo annexed! lieu car;;o ol ItCbtilpper.> the chill blasts ofa northern winter 110 feels The introduction of machinery in place
meat, iisheicd inlo: t the trend IIIIIIOIIII'C-1! iliow mm LIp!"' crh.d: aomoof thuboaiidcrs ,"- safe in saying (that Indian Key cannot be of the tedious and unhealthy practice of

lion of "Colonel l Smith. hums! thus:- ;; '. Tar und leaiiter: him1" tocitcialcdbo surpassed for beauty, health and climate. casting typo by hand, lung desideratum by

Wo copy the following! paragraph: from & Ics savayu pan ot them.. aiicnce!p'i |! Frost has never been known here-tbo the European and American Founders, was,

the Winchester! Virginian, which, while i exclaimed! ino Ulicur. "Now," slid lie, thermometer seldom below 55 or 50 in winter by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure
nor up to 00 in summer. It is entirely; of time and money, un the part of our
Joiiauiaii
the of the people of Winch aJdlusulg "d'wu ever eaten
xpicssp.s regret / -
exposed to the sea from every point of the senior)partner, first successfully accomplish
s'er liIll: loss have, wIth sucii a wonliluss 'll!
(: they sustained by you cargo, tyu compass. ed. Extensive use of the machine cast let i
11 io ir-itMrmralofCulondSmit/i from_ blow }ou to Hiemoon1.! The fare of his table and bar shall bo aspood tcr, has fully tested and established its su-

now, bcihink jon. Umlcr, li'ornrhat1 'I'II" 1tl'lIh c h !'huul \c,'' replied Jonallian. as the market will afford and attended poriorUr iq,every particular, over that.cast : ,
: regiment of lull dragoons? Tbo bloody .\oty, men, dturrs, : clew unity lashes by experienced servants. Private rooms brUe old process. ,

fmiy eighth? The., comtnnnd: of Furl, l apiece{ bcym" win tau cahaw" for lodging gentlemen, ladies, and families The Letter Foundry business will here ;
Defnucc! : or tio! Scininolo fiontirr? NUI! Juiiutban leeeiven: aid tculcucecrv neatly arranged. The undersigned hopes after be carried on by tho patties before
tty diligent attention and named under the firm of
industry to White
merit ,Hagar&co.
from the Wuure'd
Collllllllijimalc Seminary! jood liuiuoicilly. : Hie rest oi 1
: tile custom of his! fnends and the Their specimen exhibits
public complete series
!Jy! :.M.ir.but! the Colonel hns a flute r ,your gang?" empined me ohicci, (looking generally. S. A. bPENCER.; : from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book t

lime of it, and: must havitccn: born under.'I around soot.t'ccliIg nobody uui a black ana Indian Key, Monroe County, Tcrri49 and News typo being in the most modern

u mild/ planet. Colonel! what ideas docs! u wmlo boy oil tltCI01 JU,/.1llJo1l1. torf of Florida, November 7th 1835. < tf. light and a+ylo. ,

not (fit) w urtl conjure up! c'tajvau and ; "llan'l but Iwo moiu oesiclo myself 7-Tlie St. Augustine Herald. Charles White, Ilagar &Co. are agents for the i

pi 11111:', gatiuilot: and gold lace, epaulet: I, uncle Obediah and cousin Zeeuel; tJlU'Woown ton Courier, Philadelphia Saturday Courier sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses
bouts bunitslicd lie New York Advocate and Journal es, which they can furnish to their
lung- pistols and rattling lit cabin SICK; unsweied Jut ra* a customers *
IJoston Commercial Gazette era at the manufacturer's
I"worcl-ill bliurt, than will give t prices. Chase., 1
above five insertions and forward their Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and
'* A Illicit knight uick--slck; askeJ lic'crary: : eager accounts to this office for payment. article used in the Printing Business,every kept

All saddled nridt bridled I and tit fur the fight" J ly. NEW for salo, and furnished ob the shortest
YORK notice -
Ulfo' but must admire: to !behold, aficrsuch 4lVes"rfaysJonathaii: both got the ydlow BRUGES The subscribers TYPE: POUN- Old type taken io exchange for new

J a figure, not a fierce troop, armed to the lexer.; inform the printers, that they have respectfully'recently at 9 cents per pound.
tt ( Iiand trnml ingot lo victory UfIeath! Yellow fever !" echoed the boarders,,. completed a variety new fonts of letter the N.above B. Newspaper Proprietor who give

lint a I and, of beautiful anti! blushing girls I ,'sumo jUIIIJlIIg| || in ije |,oat: some makinga in the sl)Ie of the latest European spcciinens to Five Dollar three in insertions such will be entitled
articles
Money lock!?, !silvery! !!\ voice: nndcyesinore t 'I moro hasty exltovcrbuarJcleauug) Jonathan's well calculated for ornamental prin- select from our specimen. a. they may +
'f.i: al than !bayonet, or sword ? What do F9
elllUHCI; l : ,uiili,i: mear t In do in 'thcfo wars?! io thank his stars fur.suorheup iU Printing Types unrivalled in ,
) beauty and
i Jrllf extent variety. A book of LIST "
Lead his troops ,upon{; the! Scminoic? or) Brother Jonathan is now wealth) cimens, may bo obtained at the spe- OF LETTERS

t.1 tnkc "j ou ,ul.it| the, fleet, : of observation; ? '1I"l'chaut of tho good city of BoMon, No. 13, Chambers: street, near Chatham Foundry st, Remaining: in tho VoHt office at Key West

}jlr>uld, our opinion haveany: uciyhlwhichc. ( ; where surrounded by his' famdy and li lends,I It contains specimens from Twelve Line January, 1st 1836, if not taken out, within '

Ii \\ lrtvin! iiicte civilian: ran hcajccly be!i jho very good humorcdly! tells Ins inch M Pica to Pearl-comprising three months will be sent to (lie General
the Juln !lull. 4!> forms of Roman Pu., t Office dead
1 casl''u comnu'iid him not to inter1'I'crc Capi. with 1. ca ee. as letters
,,1 l WI''I| the Indians, hilt I i.i concentrate 35 do Italic do do Jno. W. Simonton j Jno, W. D. F.: 1 ft'ft)e
5 do
'i bid (.ncr3111) the! coast: in readings for: .\dj I DIED, In this city, on the morning oflihc 5 da title title Roman do do llagin, 2; Jno. Doughty; Peter Thomas; ;

j ,rural I :a\cJu.! : Tins gallant F-enchmaiil', 4./1>/ inat. Jnmcit Moll, a native of Sa- 5 du ih'd Roman Italic do do do Jos. II. Beomiss; D. A. Manning ; Lem ,

.J 4 \,11I111I1 t feebly contend against a s specie ufltannah t t Gen.;;cd 56 }firs.jitariuc 17 do Antique do do do uel Otis; Mrs R. '1'. Nilod; Geo. Trotter; ;"t'

I \\jrftrcpcculiarly: : fatal lulus countrymen, tI I 1-2 do Rlack do do Lt. O. A. O'Brien, 2; Jas 8. Sirnande; h" ".
t audio whicli their! yielding Eusccptihrliti &HUUIBCUCC* 5 do Open IJIack do do Wro. J.ow; Wm .EJair; 'I'hos. KalJoron;

' will otr r h'::'s rcsialance lliun: to the Llmll.I I'OKT O}' KfV : .............,.,_.., ,\}{ V do Script do do John Platt; 'Thos. CoglllllU i Capt John

detsofAVatuiioo\ or the snows of Moscow. I 5 do Germ'n Text do do Whalton; Wm.'rooker. .::.: ;
Co-oporui: ,ig; with Feb 27ih II do ,
Avis Two
Brig
lines
Brightman N. Y. Italic
will mike terrible.! capitals. t .'-
avoc the inv ,.
among \- mdz fur 10 do SUM I
tiers O.ir Ajulacliicola.29h Caps of various kinds. 'i'W; .J
commander!
in-chief should in- Brig;; Stranger' Sould, Ne.v York a do Open do do 1 .. ./t.i1"J : I
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rtatttly ti-JII.nnil.
;gals! und animuniliun lo 7 do Italic ,
rndz capitals '
for and figures. t il4')
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the 't
priratcs: j a:, for'r.tampe: a thousand I' Came in in Besides ornamental letter, backslo .. x .a0 t.,.u ..
( charge of wreckers e
peg l
veil;), a tho'isand of having music,'lottery figure I "
pair embroidered) slhers l I been ashoie to Westward piece fractions<< 10- ,-, J" ** ,., .
a bile of whire l.ill of Sand Key.) periors, astr comical and
; gloat a bite of oiiiersigns' ,
ilesi-r.'iloro.l! 1, open-tvurked. bilk i ;stockings!; I Schr Splendid, Alderslade, mdz fromwrecked rules, boat rule, ornamental dashe'.long space .A:&.,l 4.
; brig: Stronger. To F braces, more than << : .1"(1.'If 1 .
A Bruw
two
lea tlioits.in.l! Bather*, au.l five hundred rte. hundred kinds of
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Splendid was "
.. ; borders and
considerably injured more ban
thousand: f.jlIJesiclCt train of 1000 kinds
a of
baggagewagon ; her' Iml.l during' the, tune she tender inS, and for school cornamcuU It.A. ', i ".,!
w aj:! books
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?, loaded with bracelets: calks, I IHIC new. ,
assistance'lo the and scientific "
klci, rouge, fiUo ringlets, diamond-cunib: ',I I ychrluiclial3cthellrndt Brig) Go I pen which, or compodoj works; "ticks; orders for any pet OMITTED FOR IV ANT.: OF ROQI. + '
wrecked cases char -
car-rins t-r.! Ii to be doubtedthat -
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Bri;,, Slran;;(:r. To F A Browne. willbeoxpectedwttbtheulmott prom ... f
ColdiH i Smith, in this: 'ni fit titiide.a stock
way ; turn large
being !
Ju'h.J t always
: Sloop Alert on Land
..heeV nt of a war-with any une, tJllt certainly Brauian, 'rortu.'gu TLey will alsoexecute orders 4 ?%'
for
FH'I. To i printin i ,' t 4.
with :a "'rcu hmll1, who, wib: a blilu master. }, presses, auk, ic. which they will fnroisb r-- 1t)
eats '*ucr$ alai a fidJia or two, will soon I,I 2d Sloop 1B1ieflknGwa, Havana. To' the manufacturer prices. at ......rt ... ,
master.Slwoji. I Printer of ,, ;
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the..five newspapers will L'L
|rgut millions please
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lath pub- ''' ; F
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wheat, < r rye, of buckwheat and Indian ing. My regiment was ordered to march ion at the foot of the bloody scaffold at
MISCELLANEOUS. corn and the orchards burthened with immediately for the point. Rufus Putnam, Whitehall.And .
" fruit which surrounded the warm a nephew of the old general, was our colo- if weexamino the individual desti-
A DESIRABLE MATCH.BV ruddy tenements of, Van Tassel, his heart yearned nel. lie was well stocked with the Put- fly of these great men, we shall find them
WASHINGTON IRVING. after the damsel who was to inherit these nam mettle. He was a brave officer. I harnessed by an agitated and miserable life.
Among the musical disciples who assem- domains, and his imagination expand could never discern that he was not just as Camoens, cleaves the waves, his poem in
bled, one evening in each week, to receive ded with the idea, how they might be read. cool and self-possessed when he was going his hand. D'Ercilla writes his verses on
his (Ichabod Crane's) instructions in psalmody ily turned into cash, and the money invcs- into battle as when sitting in his ten!. We the skins of beasts in the forests of Mexi.co. .
was Katrina Van Tassel, the daughter -, ted in immense tracts of wild ;land, and made a hurried march, and upon approaching Those of them whom bodily suffering
and only child of a substantial Dutch shingle palaces in the wilderness. Nay his the edge of the woods,the colonel ordered does not divert from suffering of mind leada
farmer. She was a blooming lass of fresh I I busy fancy already realized his hopes, and the adjutant to go forward and see stormy life, devoured by an :irritability of
and Katrian where the troops were and what was their disposition which render them a burthen to
eighteen, plump as a partridge; ripe presented to him the blooming ,
melting, and rosy-cheeked as one of her with a whole family of children, mountedon number. The adjutant soon returnedand :themselves and to those who surround
father's peaches ; and universally famed, the top of a waggon loaded with house- reported that they were forming; upon the them. Happy arc they who die before
not merely for her beauty, but her vast ex- hold trumpery, with (pots and kettles dang- shore in three columns, and that he should their time, consumed by the ardor of their
pectitions. She was withal, a little of a ling beneath i and he beheld himself bes- think the columns contained about one own genius, like Pascal -by grief, like
coquette, as might be perceived even in her triding a pacing marc with a colt at heels, thousand each. Then,"said the colonel, Moliere and Racine-or victims to (lie
dress, which was a mixture of ancient and setting out for Kentucky, Tennessee, or ride back to the camp as quickly as pos- terrors of their own imagination, like the
modern fashions, as most suited to set off tho Lord knows where.From sible, and tell Lafayette to come on "- I miserable Tasso.-[Victor Hugo.
r her charms. She wore the ornaments of When the adjutant had gone, Col. Putnam LI'I'ARY C
pure yellow gold, which her grandmotherhad the Boston Amaranth. rode up to my captain, who was Daniel 11I I COURTESY.
brought over front Saardam; the temp- THE FAIRY'S FUNERAL. Shays, of insurrection memory, and said In the course of the five days' fighting
I I ting stomacher of the olden time ; and he, Well, capt. Shays, shall we be playing which took place near Bayonne, in December
withal a provokingly short petticoat, to dis- BY MISS LUCY HOOPER. with, them until the general comes up-" 1813, a singular change of fate, with
play the prettiest foot and ankle in all the It was one among the many visionary U That must be as you please," replied capt its consequent interchange of c civilities
i country round. fancies of the painter Blake, that he once Shays. Orders were soon given to advance took place between the commanding officer .
Ichabod Crane had a soft and foolish saw a Fairy's funeral as here described. to the open land upon the point. We now of a French regiment and one of ours;
heart towards the sex; and it is not to be The dreamer walked at closing day stood face to face with our foes. Firing I forget whether it was the fourth or ninth,
wondered at, that so tempting a morsel Among the folding flowers, very soon commenced. Cannon from the but I think it was one of the regiments of
found favor in his shipping in the river forth their vol- that had been
soon eyes, more especially While its last and brilliant ray poured brigade-it posted among
'after he had visited her in her paternal Lingered yet mid summer bowers; lies and small arms did fatal execution.Col. some enclosures which left both its flanksat
ma sion. Old Baltus Van Tassel was a Putnam rode back and forth in front the mercy of others.
No bitter care or jarring tone
perfect picture of a thriving contented, lib- Disturbed him-he was there alone, of the regiment, as calm as a man at home, The fighting at that place had been very
eral-hearted farmer. He seldom, it is true, His thoughts were hushed in sweetest rest, though the balls were whistling past him severe, with various success, and while the
sent either his eyes or his heart beyond the Nature was bright, her votary blest! in every direction. We worked very fast, regiment alluded to was hotly engaged in
boundaries of his farm; but within those and for one regiment made n great noise. front, a French corps succeeded in getting
every thing was happy and well conditioned. A strain of music filled 'fhe corporal at my right hand receiveda in their rear; when the enemy's commandant .
He was satisfied with his wealth but The quiet sunset air, ball through the' body, and fell, dying. 1 advancing to the English one, apologized -
not proud of it; and piqued hirnielf upon The listener's car was thrilled- was young, and n djingman at my feet, for troubling him, but !begged to
the hearty abundance, rather than style in Where were the players there? : bleeding and gasping, might perhaps cause: point out that he wns surrounded,and must
which he lived. His stronghold was situated No step was near, no voice to greet, my color to fade a little. Capt. Shays; consider himself his prisoner! While the
on tho banks of the Hudson, in one of But when was minstrelsy so sweet? 'stepped forwardGeorge"says: he, "never -: British ColoneJ! was listening to the mortifying -
those green, sheltered, fertile nooks, in So low, so soft, so sad the sound, mind it: I will take his place"-and he intelligence, and glancing around to
which the Dutch farmers are so fond of He paused-the leaves were stirr'd around ; was as good as his word-he took the cord see ifno hope was left, he observed another
r nestling. A great elm tree spread its broad He bent to earth,unclosed a flower, i poral's gun and used it; Shays vlas the best body of English in the act of compassingthe
' branches over it, at the foot of which bub- Its azure bell proved fairy bower, captain lever served under. lie was bold very corps by which he had been caught;
bled up a spring of the softest and sweetest And first to mortal aye were shown and kind. I will give him his due, thoughhe and, returning the Frenchman's salute,begged
' water, in a well formed of a barrel, and The wonders of a world unknown. Ims done unworthily since. We stood his pardon presuming: to differ with
then stole sparkling away through the grass, Beneath that folded leaf shoulder to shoulder in that day of peril. him in opinion, but that he was laboring
to a neighboring brook that bubbled away lie I was loading my gun the twenty-second under a mistake, for he (the Frenchman)
saw a moving throng
4 through the alders and dwarf willows.: And listened to their music's, breath time, when Gen. Lafayette, with the main was, on the contrary, his prisoner, pointing
Hard by the farm 'house was a vast barn, body of the light infantry issued from the in his turn to the movement that had taken
As the fairies stole
that have served for church I along; wood. Never shall I the had been
might a ; every forget feeling of place while they disputing the)
A bright and sparkling crowd I ween
window and crevice of which seemed burs that moment. Wellington was hardly more point. As the fact did not admit of c
But where in that the ?
ting forth with tho treasure of the farm; array queen pleased to see liluclic: in the field of Waterloo doubt, the Frenchman, giving a shrug of
i the flail was busily resounding within from On a rose leaf bed han we were to sec our brother in the shoulders, quietly surrendered.-[Kin
: morning to night, swallows and martins Reposed the dead; arms. The main body formed at once tip caid's "Random Shots."
4 skimmed twittering about the eaves; and. The tone of song on our left Lafayette rode forward-an _+c--
rows of pigeons, some with one eye turned From her lips was gone, elegant officer-and never did lie fill my WANTS WHICH EVERY BODY FEELS.,
1 up, as if watching the weather, some with And the crown from her lovely head. eye so entirely as at that moment; thougha Virtue wants more admirers; Wisdom more
j their heads under their wings, or buried in But those who wept her by her side stripling in appearance, in action he wasa supplicants; Truth more real friends; and
their bosoms, and others swelling and coo- Had placed her fairy wand of pride. man, and had Cornwallis seen him as we I Honesty more practitioners.

k ing and bowing, .about: their dames,_were Entranced the dreamer heard, then saw him, he would not have called The trade wants more profit, or less envy
enjoying the sunshine on tho roof. Sleek As the bright throng glittered by, him" the boy." As he approached, "Col. of the' more fortunate neighbors.
unwieldy porkers were grunting in tho re The sweet, low fairy dirge Putnam," he said, "how dared you fire Religion wants less said about tie, theo-
abundance of their pens; from And its sad melody, before I arrived?" "Oh," said the Col. ry, and more done in the way of p-aclicc.
whence sallied forth, now and then, troopsof As with many songs and fairy grace, ".I thought I would be playing with them Philanthropy wants residence, and Fi-
f sucking pigs, as if to snuff the air. A They chose the greenest resting place, a little." Lafayette at that moment seem- delity an asylum.
i stately squadron of snowy geese were rid. Where Summer flowers bloomed bright ed full of energy and fire. Turning towards Love and Charity want to be in much
ing in an adjoining pond, convpying whole and fair, the line,and with a loud and distinct better ciedit.
fleets of ducks; regiments of turkeys were And sunbeams melted in the air, voice, marked by his French accent, he Pride wants to be discarded and modest
gobbling through the farmyard, and guinea And gently laid tho burden down, said, "Wefire no more-the whole line Diffidence introduced.ART .
fowls fretting about it, like tempered And then the radiant scene was done. I charge bayonet-rush onward, and drive
house wives, with their peevish discontented The melody was heard no more, them where the devil drove the hogs!"_ OF LOVE. A woman told her husband
cry. Before the barn door strutted the The listener paused-the spell was o'er, The effect of his presence and his wordswas that she had read the Art of Love
gallant cock, that pattern of a husband, a .But gentle memories and song astonishing-every heart beat quick on purpose to be agreeable to him.
i warrior, and a fine gentleman; clappinghis Clung to his heart and lingered long. and full. We did rush, on, and such a I had rather have love without art,"
burnished wings, and crowing in the I scene of carnage my of his heart 'Sweet dreamer! would such thoughts could first the British
pride and gladness -some- 'I charged 10 meet us: but
times tearing up the earth with his feet, come they could not stand against us, and fled To THF. POINT. Time town clerk in a
5 and then generously calling his ever hun |To soothe me when I muse alone. to the snore. We followed them, and drove certain town, as the custom is, having published
gry family of wives and children to enjoythe them into the water. Of the three thous- the banns of matrimony between.
AN OLU SOLDIER'S STORY.A .
rich morsel which he had discovered.The and, about fifteen hundred got aboard the two persons, was followed by the clergyman -
pedagogue's mouth watered as lie few day's since I stopped at the pub- vessels; the rest were slain, and most of by reading the hymn beginning with
looked upon this sumptuous promise of]lic house, Colraine, and while my horse them at the point of the bayonet. I have these words:
luxurious winter faro. In his devouring was eating, I sat down in the bar room, and described to you the most painfully inter "Mistakensouls, who dream of heaven." I
mind's eye, he pictured to himself every heard a sensible old man relate the sub- esting and horrid scene I had ever witnessed. -
roasting pig running about, with a puddingin stance of the enclosed account.Greenfield I never enjoyed killing men: I fought A Norman has t-'n tinted a snuffbox, in
his belly, and an apple in his mouth; the Mercury. because I thought it to be my duty. the shape of pistol, which, with a spring
t! pigeons were i\Ugly put to bed in a com-| During the revolutionary war there was a propels; the snuffup the nose without the
pie, and tucked in with a covering point of land on the Jersey side of the MEN effort of snuffing. Not to be sneezed at.
: of crust ; the geese were swimming in their Hudson,and not far distant from New York Great men are those who have felt much, [Wor. Dem.
own gravy and the ducks paring costly in which was tho scene of a bloody conflict. lived much, who, in a few years, have lived -0+0-
dishes like snug married couples, with a There were about three hundred acres next many lives. The tallest pines grow only DEATH OF THE ETTRICK SHEPHERD.
decent competency of onion sauce. In to the river, from which the wood and tim I in the region of storm. Athens, the city -James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd, is
1 I tho porker he saw carved out the future ber had been cleared off: back ol this was 'of tumult, was the mother of a thousand dead. He had been ill for three weeks, of
sleek side of bacon, and juicy relishingham :: a heavy forest. On this cleared point,a great men. Sparta, the city of order, boasted a bilious fever, which latterly assumed the
; not a turkey, but he beheld daintily large number of fat cattle, destined to sup but one-J.ycurgus-ar.d form of jaundice and after the disease
,
trussed up, with Ha gizzard under its wing, ply the American army, were place Fouror was born before his laws. LycurgVs took that turn, was dL paired of. lie \\''en'off
and peradventure a ecklaco of savory sau- five miles distant, m New Jersey, there Thus we see that most t at like
great men frequently noon, on Saturday, Nov. 21st a
sages and even Bright chanticleer himself were three thousand light infantry, under
; appear in the midst of popular agi- child going to a placid rest.
t lay sprawling on Irs back, in a side dish, the command of Lafayette I was one of tation-Horaer in the midst of the heroic -
'c with, uplifted, claws, astif\ craving that that detachment. Our business was to see ages of G eece_Virgil under
t" h ....quarter, which r-his cllivaTrou/s im dISdainCd that the cattle were not taken from the i(rate-Ossian on the wreck of the his trinmvi-, ARsI..r ci OF MIND. The first Lord
to ask while living.As ; point by the enemy. One morning intelligence and her gods-Dante Ariosto country Lyttleton was very absent in company, and
s the enraptured Ichabod fancied all' was brought into camp that several in he midst of the and Tasso, when he fell into a river by the oversetting
this, aud as he rolled his green eyes over vessels had approached the point, and that Italy-Corneilleand reviving Racine convulsions of of a boat, at Hagely, it was raid of him that

the fat meadow lands, the rich fields of{la large body of British soldiers were land. Frond-and Milton,during,the in first the rebel age of) he he could'sunk swim.twice before he recollected!









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