Key West enquirer
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 Material Information
Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1836
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
lccn - sn 95026781
System ID: UF00049046:00064

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NUMUEll 12.-VOLUME. 2.
.. been In the main ship channel.
subscribersfurnish Com iosieg.Sticks brought over
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-- Weston The
The terms:arc at Key
.: : ) WEEKLY AT tho first Mondays in May and November.COUNTY Cases, Chases, Galleys, Furniture Paper, All vessels! arriving and not having been
1'IVK DOLLAKS lEn ANN 1:1M.: : Ink, all kinds of Printing Presses, and every spoken by a pilot before passing the above
in in Printinc-.Office, at themanufacturers' named limit, and being three miles from the
Q3rSubscribcrs:: at distance must pay : COURTS.The article required a
execute light house on West, shall only be subject -
also Key
advance have in this cityAnvEaTtsrStrNTS prices. They
or an agent civil
Courts limited -
having a
County j to pay half pilotage ; but if not spoken
: inserted at the rate of jurisdiction andoiigiual jurisdiction in all orders for Stereotyping. in
of who publish this until after passing the aforesaid limits,
Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of matters relating to Estates, Guardians, Printers Newspapers that case she shall be exempted from payingany
fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, and Wards, &.c. arc held by the Judges in the 1 advertisement (with this note) three times pilotage.Sec. .

:Seventv-Five Cents for raeh subsequent !several cuuntlessetnl-annually'I '. i: before the end of the year 1835, shall receive 6. Be it further ordained, That' all
continuance. AdvoitUcmonU; will IIP payment when they make a purchase
vessels arriving through the West Pass, and
continued: until otherwise urde.red. None APPULLATn COURT. from the Foundry of four times the amount
the East end ,of the Dry Rocks, to the
will. be considered j Icas than a square.rV '1 he Court of Appeals consisting of tho of their bill. GF.O.: IIIIUCK; & CO. Westward of Sand Key, bearing Southwest,

:No subscription will tie discontinuedmiles' Judges uf tUc S c\CI'.tI! lIl'criuJ' Courts iaheld New-York, Aug. :2, I 1833. 42 shall full pilotage, but if not spoken until .
( : at the option of the Editor,) until all annually at Tallahassee on the first .--- passing pay the aforesaid limit, and being

arrears arc paid. Monday in J:iuuar) :: I:. IVIIITK A;: WILLIAM I1AGAR, three miles from Key West light, only half
All letters to the editor: on business, :: I IUistltd I I'-KSPF.CTFULLY:: Inform the Printers pilotage shall be recovered, but if spoken '
mutt be Post Pai.l.FLORIDA!. On.'leEH:: OF TIIL CUSTOMS.: have aforesaid limits shall be
I of the United States, to whom they after passing tho ,
.__ __n ::- ___ '--"' ."'! of ::,t. Augustine.-Collector, John 1011'" been individually known as cstablisllcdo exempted from paying pilotage.

DIUIX'TOUY. Hodman. Letter Founders, that they have now formed Sec. 7. Bo it further ordained, That all

Compiled for the Key West Inquirer. a co-parlncr&hip in said business, and pilots who shall bring a vessel into this port,

Any error will he corroded and addition District of Pcusacula-Cullcclur, Robert hope from their united skill and experience, shall be entitled to carry her out,unless the
made on the Editor's being notified of such Mitchell. Inspector, R. A. Mitchell. Sinvcjor ; -' to be able to give full satisfaction to all who commander can bow good and sufficientcause

error or omission. \\'ur. M. Loftin. I may favor them with orders. to the contrary. Any vessel arrivingat
The introduction of machinery in placeof this port without a pilot, shall have liberty

1ECU'fIV1: ;. District of St. Johtu-Collector, James tho tedious and unhealthy practice of to depart without pilot, unless the captain -
Dell. Inspector, Horatio J. Ih xtcr. casting hand, desideratum by shall wish .
Governor, Jon: II. 1'To.'\. Secretary, typo by longa one.

(hoR District of St. l\Iar'ls-Collcctor, Jesse 11. i by American ingenuity and a heavy expenditure bound to this port, outside the limits, and,. j,
LKGISLATUKL.The Willis Inspector Uiur 11. Duval. Inspector of time and money, on the part of our the captain of said vessel shall refuse to ,i'

!. Legislative Council i is composed of Augustus Steele! Tampa Ha) senior partner, first successfully accomplish take a pilot, bo shall be liable to pay full Jj!

twenty-six: members, divided tunoiig nine cd. Extensive use of the machine cast let- pilotage, and the pilot speaking him shall |j

teen Counties, a* follows. Leon, Four ; District
r:!'cambia, Two ; Cadsdcn, Two ; Jackson! .'lo'd. InspectuttV. U. Price. periority in every particular, over that cast tho captain refuses to take a pilot out, in I
V'if'i ; Jclfcrson Two ; St. Johns, Two ; by the old process. which case tho pilot shall be entitled to half y.

Walton, Washington! Franklin, Madison, District of Ivoy*'West-Collector, WilliamA. The Letter Foundry business will here-i pilotage,out. t'
Hamilton, Columbia, Alachua, Duval, Nas- : Whitehead* Inspector and Deputy after be carried on by tho patties before Sec. 9. All pilotage shall be recoverable

san, Mosquito, Ilillsborough, and Monroe, Collector: Adam Gordon. Inspector, Stephen named under the firm of White,Ilagar &co. forthwith before any justice of the peace t;
r One each.1)clcgate. R. Matlor)". Temp. Weigher and Their specimen exhibits a complete series upon affidavit of any pilot, that be spoke >;
(J auger, William II. Wall. Appraisors, from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book said vessel or boarded her outside of tbe I

to Congress, Josrrii M. WHITE: Charles: M.V ell George B. Weavc'r. and News type being in tho most modern prescribed limits, and that the captain of 1 r

Inspectors, Charles Howe, Indian Key. light and fclylc. said vessel refuses to pay pilotage or bat "
ElCTIONS'. John Dnbosc, Cape Florida. White, Ilagar & Co. are agents for the pilotage, in or out as the case may be. T V

Tlio elections, for members of Legislative' Charlotte liarboi'-Inspector, II. It. sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses Sec. 10. All pilots shall have a good and :,E
Council take place annually on the secern! Crews. which they can furnish to their customers sufficient pilot boat to cruise outside of the J

Monday in October ; and Dclrgatn to Con- at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, Reef, and the name of such pilot boat shall .' ,

grass:( Biennially on the first Monday in BAN KS. Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every be painted in legible letters in.her mainsail '|
May. Hank of West Florida, Apalachicola, chartered article used in the Printing Business, kept with the number of ber branch underneath '

18'JO-..al' lal, $500UUO. for sale and furnished or the shortest no, the fame. 'I j jB
tice. Old taken in neat ,.
typo exchange for w -
J lJlHCIA RY. President Cashier.
Superior Courts, having Admiralty Jn 0 cents per pound.N. RUGES NEW YORK .J.'Y'PE, FpUN- '

ri diction. Bank of Prusacola, Chartered 1BJ1-Cap B. Newspaper Proprietors who give t DRY.-The subscriber respectfully
ilisTKRrr DlsTrtlcT-cmllprising the ital the above three insertions, will bo entitledto i inform the printer, that they have recently ,

Counties Nassau, St. Johns, Duval, Columbia President, Walter$2,500,000.Gregory. Cashier, Five Dollars in such articles. they may completed a variety.(.new' ((,lot. of letter
Alachua, Ilillsborough and part of Catlin. select from our specimen.For in the style of the latest European sped

mens,well calculated (or ornamental printing ,
Mosquito.Ju.ljre --- --- ---
; HoBKtiT UAYMOMI REID. Attorney, auk of :Augustine. Chartered 1031 I, the information of transient vessels or sasteful display, and making an aI'j''j
TIIOMIS DOUULAS*. Marshal, SAMUKI.: sortment of Printing Type unrivalled in
: Capital $300,000. passing Key West the II
wo give following
BLUR. (Not yet operation.) beauty, extent and variety. ,A book of specimens
RATES or PILOTAGE may be obtained at the Foundry,

The regular terms, arc held as follows :- Merchants and Plauteis Rank: of Florida,,, as established by the County Court. No. 13, Chambers street, near Chatham at.

For St. Johns and Mosquito Counties, at Tallahassee, Chattered U'JJ. Be it ordered by the County Court, that all It contains specimens from Twelve Line
St. on the second Mondays iu '.' Pica to Pearl-comprising
Augustine Capital $ UOCIO. Vessels shall be subject to the followingrates
Match and October. l'orJ.scau' County, President, Cashier, of Pilotage. 46 forms of Roman Caps, with 1. case .
on the second Mondays in April and No. Sec. I. All vessels of War ) 35 do Italic do do .

vc'tiber.: For Alachua, Columbia and Hillsborougli Central Dank of Florida, Tallahassee, drawings and not more \ PKR FOOT; 5 do title Roman do do

I Counties, at 1'ewnl.O vilte, on the Chartered J 83.-Capital IOOU,000. than 14 feet, $2 00 5 do title Italic do doG
Wednesdays after the third !Mondays in President, lien Claires.! Cashier; LeslieA. Drawing 14 and not more do ih'd Roman do do "

April and November. And furIuvalCo Thompson. than 18 feet, 2 25 17 do Antique do do
tho first ir 12 do Black do
ty at Jacksonville Mondays Drawing lit and not over do
May and December. Chancery terms are Commercial Hank of Florida, Apalachicola, 21 fret, 2 50 5 do Open Black do do
field at St. Augustine ou tho second !Moudajsin Chartered 1U3Z Capital $500,000. Over 21 feel, -* 3 00 9 do Script do do
July and September 5 do Germ'n Text do do
(Not yet in operation.) Sec. *
2. All Merchant Vcs-
25 do Two
1'ne, rom'n cap with fips
DISTUICT -Comprising the Conntirsof sets drawing 5 and not lover 11 do Two ,
Aunt Italic
Union Bank Florida,Tallahassee! Chartered rui FOOT capitals. .
; Leon, Gadsden, Hamilton, Jeffersonand 1UJJ-Capital $3,000,000.President twelve feet, shall S 10 ,do Sh'd Caps various kind 1
:Madison. pay, $1 so 6 do do '
Open do
John G. Gamble Cashier Johu
I All above 12 and
Judge.: THOMAS UANJMU.. Attorney, .* Parkhill., feet, not ovel'IG 2 00All 7 do Italic capitals: and figure 1
JAMES D. WESTCUFT. Marshal, TJIO.MASCSTIN Besides ornamental letter, backlopc,

H.\N1>Or.PII. farmers Hank] of Florida,' Mariana, Chartered 18 over feet if, and not above 2 25 music,lottery figures, piece fractions, superiors 1
1834 : astr:comical and oihersigns, :
-Capital $75,000.Not space
All above 18 feet shall 2 50
The regular terms are held as follows ( in operation.) pay rules, brass rules, ornamental dashes, long J
For Hamilton County, at -..: on the first Sec. 3. Vefil>arriving or departing thro braces, moro than two hundred kinds of' j f

l\1on(1I8 in June and December. For Bank of Jacksonville, Chartered 1335,I the North West Passage, and drawing four border, and more than 1000 kind of cuts .. 1
!\laJIol1 County, at San Pedro, on the Capital $76,000. feet or upwards, except such! as are herein and ornament for school book, newipa

Thursdays after the first Mondajs in. June (Not yet in operation.) after mentioned, shall pay $2 Ot per an scientific works; orders for any of I'

and December. And for the remainder of ___All Vessels bound through the NorthWest which, btfcbtnf>oiincc stick, case, chase.
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the District, at Tallahassee on the first BKUCC'd---- -- -NEw---Y'JltK-'I'YPJFOUN-I I Pass, and touching at Key West for &0 will bee xpected with LIe utmost promp: !
Mondays Apt i1 and October.! the of landing letters titude
purpose ,a large stock being al""yOD band. "
Ab. 13 Chambers If. near Chatham. or obtaining supplies of provisions wood 1'
or They alio execute order for printing i
WESTERN DISTRICT-Comprising the THE price of five line 1'icaplain and antique water,shall depart without being subject to, presses ink, &c. which they<<: wjll furnish at
Counties EscambialValtonWashtogtonI'rankliu is reduced to 2j cents a Ib. and Six the above ordinances, unles* the master oi the manufacture prices. .>.-.1. !l'1

and Jackson.! lino Pica and larger to 20 cents, thereby, the said vessel shall request a pilot to take Printers of newspapers will pleae pub. j
Judge, JOHN A. CAMERON.: .Attorney making these perfect metal types cheaper charge of such vessel and take her out over lisp this advertisement(with thjb note)three 9
GcortcE WALKER. Marshal, J. W. EXUM.ThcTrc .!
tha Bar for which services ho shall receive
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than any ether. I time, lending a paper containing it to the :
I the usual rates of pilotage. All pilots detained Foundry, sect receive when
they '.
ulai terms are held as follows This f..JlJndrylln had added to its,
; : lately on board of vessel the
any by request purchase four time*the amount of their bills
For Kscambia County,at Pensacola, on the former lIoparallelJed assortment several size .!( of her commander, shall receive for from the )
first Mondays in Jay and November. For of Shaded, Condensed and Ornamented each and every day's service three dollars ..

WalUm County* on tho first Monday iu Types, by which 1'rintersatteletter-press' per day, over and above his pilotage. FishIng -I LJ8'.' 01" LE'j''j'tJS :
March and third Monday in November.For are enabled to rival the impressions from Smacks and Wrecking Vessels shall not I Remaining in the Pout office at Key West
Washington County on the second copper-plate in beauty fancy and tasteful bo ..
; subject to this ordinance. January, let 1836, if not taken out within
iu !March and fourth Monday in
Jackscn display. Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That three months will be sent to the GeneralPo
} at
November. County, any
on the third Monday 10 March: and the e assortment embrace 25JD sizes or vaskcl having pasted the buoy on the Bar of. >t Office as dead letters. ,y c
va 'es, from 12 line pica to pearl, of JloIjc the North Welt
first Monday in December And for Frank Black Passage, before having Jno. W. Simon ion ; Jno. W. D. F. 1.
lin first in and man Antique, Italian, Title, been boarded by a pilot, shall cot bo obliged Jno. Doughty Peter
Couotvonthe Monday April CondeRed. Shaded, Backslope, German to take the lIagio, 2; ; Thomas c'l
TlaityVicr* the third Monday in Decem Text Qruarn ntedMuaic,&:. and also Pica ; onboard by same the requestor; but in case her a pilot goer Jos. fj. Bcannssj D. A. Manning ; Lem ,

ber. Fraction, Superiors Space Rules, A*.- he shall receive the usual captain,then uel Otis; Mrs. R. T. NileGeo.Tro'tter: ''I

tronomical and other Sign, Ornamented I- Sec. 5. Be it further ordained pilotage. Lt. O. A. O'Brien, 2; Jai. 8. Simonds: .f
SOUTHERN DnT'CTComprisin;: the Dailies, Long Braces, Bras Rules : That.all Wm. Low Vtto Blair Thot. '
vessels bound
nearly ioto the Port of ; ; Kabeaon 'j'
County: of Monroe and of Mosquito. Key Welt.
part I JQO Border, and more than 1000 Cut or and spoken by a pilot, Ruca Chica bearing John PJatl; Tjbos.,.Cogshall; .Jbbn ;
JuJ e.J4)1f:. WISH. WILLIAMMARVIV Ornamentfor '
Attorney Newspaper School-Book
I North, or North Westerlyshall lull l 1 Whalton; Wm.Tooker.
Marshal, THOMAS Scientific works. '
.. ,. pilotage at the same rate u tbo '!H she lad A. PATTERSON Jt'.4 ,P, >M., :'I I

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) KEY WEST 1NQUIlt ti li.h .
1 should be the conrse pursued by Government a The only port south of Norfolk fit for not ours, amt! they seem to evince a de-

THIS INQUIRER. in this quarter, (which we have already Natal purposes,"-It is: not Charleston, termination on the part of Mr. Davis to

expressed in our columns) viz: that a nor Key West, nor any other which our support his opinion, which we hardly think

t KEY WEST, FLORIDA : strong force should be stationed at Capes readers would even think of naming, so in he would have expressed had he been \better .

SATURDAY, MAKCII 13, 1830. Florida and Sable, furnished with two or compassion to their want of the Yankee informed in relation to the capabilities

three small cruisers to keep up a commu quality guessing we will tell them that of the harbors south, as well as those north
(OTTHEMail: Packet of the 1st March! nication with this place and other settlements .* the only port south of Norfolk fit for of him. We leave it to the editors at the

from Charleston arrived just as we were along trip coast, and also, with lumber naval purposes11 is BRUNSWICK in the latter ports to advocate their own interests

going to press, but we arc not able to profit for the constructing such flatbottomedboats State of Georgia. What will our Charleston while we reply briefly, to so much of tie

by any i intelligence she may have brought. as may be necessary:: for expeditionsinto friends say to this?-they who have so above extracts as relates to the supremaa
the interior. assidiously been seeking the establishmentof of Ponsacola and Brunswick over lv:\

. We regret to learn (says the Florida ]nf. 'fhe operations of 5000 men so long as a Navy-Yard at their port? West t, ill case of a maritime war.

" I telligencer of Feb. 18th) that our Delegate they are confined to the 'country betweenSt. We have derived the above information I That, our harbor is fit for r.avaI'lt; ;

has had the misfortune to break his arm by Augustine and Tampa Bay, cannot from a long letter which appears in the i poscs"| is too firmly impressed upon thr,

a fall on the slippery pavements at Wash- from the nature of things, be more important New Orleans papers, signed by W. B. minds of our countrymen to Le er.uiiculu
\ than would be those of 1000 men. On Davis, of Brunswick," wherein the advantages -I by tho tenor of any communications: of tic
ington, on Sunday evening, 31st January of Rail Road from St. Marks to of that before
every advance made by them the Indians a character us. \\ e shall

Weacknowledge the receipt of the"Mo will retreat and find security in the faslncts- that place are set forth in glowing colors.'I therefore' waste no words in establishing

f bile Chronicle11 a daily paper published in es of the interior whence they can only be It might have passed us by as being only that position.It .

I driven out at a 01 time one of those numerous projects that are sterns to be admitted by every one acquainted
the city of Mobile. Its typography is neat. great expense| men,
and money. Their present disappearance da"ly promulgated through the public with its' extent, that the commerceof

L ADMIRALTY COURT-uringthe from the northern boundary is:: an evidenceof prints, marking the genius and enterpriseof t the gulf Mexico, will be the first objectof

last week salvage has been awarded in the the facilities afforded them for evading the age, had it not been for the dis attack, should we unfortunately find it

case of the Brig Stranger. The vessel and engagements when they think proper. It is I paragmg terms in which all the ports si.uth necessary to engage in hostilities with any

b .,cargo were valued at $24,344 upon which therefore of the utmost importance, thai Norfolk arc alluded to when comparedwith naval power.-TJle.. station for our cruiserstherefore
tho,Court gave thirty-five per cent. to the some means should be taken to throw a run'lwick.-The letter is addressed will bo between the Honda reef

1 wreckers-and a sufficient quantity of the force into their rear sufficiently powerful to to the lion Mr. Blank, WashingtonCity and the coast of Cuba, not only for the

t cargo was sold on the 9th inst. to pay the check their retreat. Many advantages:: : for ,"' and a polite request is appended for purpose of protecting our own marine, but

amount with the accruing expenses. this object are presented by the Southern all papers, in consequence of its nationality also to annoy and capture that of our cue,

t ; THE NEW CHARTER- We understand shores of the Peninsula, as all the rivers 'lo give the subject their notice. We ny.-To perform these services n: the

a copy of the new City Charter and watercourses that empty into the bays are induced to do so, although we cannot most efficient manner, some port, whence
vouch for ou remarks being consonant to their supplies be obtained -to winch
has arrived in town. It is represented to and inlets of that portion of I the coast, rise < may ,
in the everglades- the overflowed the wishes 'of the writer.--Mr. Davis their prizes may be sent, &c. must be
be different in many respects from the char ( country -
so called and atlurdlhe !best of writes: provided for them as near their cruising
ter asked for by our citizens, but why it is means:: I ,
, access to the interior. 'ihis;:: route will form the best possible ground as possible, and the advantages ill
so we cannot say. The guardianship of I
The occupation of ,Cape Florida and national thoroughfare across the Isthmus this respect which Key West possessc--
: our legislators not unlike that of an unreasonable -
of Florida with naval rendezvous at one both Pensacola and Brunswick art
t Cape Sable should be therefore the a over ,
parent, they give and take immediate
without reference to the wants of their away offspring' object of the Government, as it would one (Pensacolu) and what now ought to plainly manifest. Admitting into its harbor

We shall wait for a printed or effectually keep the Indians from the coast; be, a naval rendezvous at the other end, at (which is always secure) vessels of war off

certified copy of tho Charter before wj present consequently insuring the sai'tty of the Brunswick, the only I southern port south o the largest classes, it wants but foitifica-
"" it settlements on both the Islands and main Norfolk, fit for naval purpose: between tions, which are necessary; at every nasal
I. at length to our readers. The first
land-and also, because a force at those which, the two most important point for rendezvous, to present to the West India
election for officers, in accordance with its
provisions, takes place on the that Monday places could best originate those expeditions the defence of the southern and western squadron, a safe resort for the purpusrsnamed

'< in April. '* '*, \1 '; into the unexplored waste of the interior, states, as to naval and marine advantages, not a days sail from their cruising

which can alone be expected eventually to troops, ordnance, munitions uul provisionsin ground, and consequently holds no inconsiderable

Y Something like eensorahipof the Press drive the Indians from the Territor>. It is time of war, may be transferred, vice place among the ports south i'i':

> ., -Our fellow cititens were kind enough', in well known that a body of them arc now versa, as exegencies might require, at a Norfolk "fit for naval purposes."
t the draft of a charter forwarded to the Legislative not far from the coast in the vicinity of moments warn mg." * * Pensacola, tho capabilities and importance .

ii' : Council for adoption, as being New River In regard to naval and military advantages of which as a naval station, cm;;

i .' conformable to their wishes, to specify that We would add, that the time for actionis 1 it will also strike the reflecting mind one must allow is about four hundna

the. laws'and ordinances of the Corporation rapidly passing away, and unless something I that, in case of war, it is always a matter miles from the general track of the ma-

1 should be published in the newspaper of is done before" May or June, anything t of deep and national interest to Congress!:; jority of vessels traversing the gulf-and if

Key West. The bill as passed contains important can hardly be cUected before I to avail herself of all the great commanding resorted to in time of war, must of JJCCCSM: '

no such provision 'If this is a token of the the mosquito season and rainy months I points, combining the greatest natural ty, draw our cruisers some days from

Council's displeasure at tho free mauner in will prevent all field operations, and the I advantages. both by sea and land, which their theatre of action.

which we have advocated the interests of enemy consequently remain six months the southern and western sea board can Brunswick, allowing it to be fit fur

Key West, wo thank them for it; but conscious longer the cause of apprehension and tt>r- :afford, upon the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico naval purposes," is still farther off than

that we have been fight:-in all that or. Even should delay produce: this. unfortunate sides:: of the Isthmus of}'lurida.'J'herei Pensacola, and 'had the writer of the letter |

the have said or done, having in view the result, a force should DC stationed i is:: more geographical and marine power, under review, known something of 1

j good of society, and the prosperity of the at Cape Florida or in its vicinity to protect for natioal defence, and the agricultural course that men of war would have to

t place-we fear that no improvement will the settlers in that quarter during the summer and commercial prosperity of the country, steer to return to their cruising ground,

t follow the correction. We arc no appli- another at Key West and a third at in the above plan of connecting Pensacolawith after a visit lo his favorite port, hu would

cants for the privilege of putting By Au- Indian Key the port of Brunswick, than Congress, not have expressed himself so confident!

t: *,tuority" at the head of our columns, as we In anticipation of this being done, we or the mass of the people of the country that they "could be soon into port and out

observe some of our contemporaries are aka occasion again to draw the attentionof are at present aware of."- 1111- again." Obliged either to combat with

i t ,Allowed to do,and we shall therefore fear. those in power to the condition of the # Brunswick tile strength of the gulf stream along i tljt'

I' Jessly pursue our course. Enough for theINDIAN cantonment: here. Thousands of dollars and Pensacola arc the only two coast, or else make a circuit around tin-

1 <),. present.. wttul have !been expended for no apparent end, ports, south of the Capes: of Virginia, fit British Islands, vessel: of war of an>

,' AFJ'AIRS.-On as the buildings remain only half completed, for na' purposes, and their importance size could not get !back to her station, after

s ,. Saturday. and the lumber .provided for the residue to the country will be strengthened three leaving it for Brunswick, using the greatest
last the U. S. Cutter Jefferson Capt. Jackson
of the work i is, we have understood, mate fold, by the national facilities Inch will despatch! short of three or four wetks.
tt arrived at this nine days from StJohn's : ,
port tit
tally injured'ljythe weather. Unless something bo ailorded them.. We do not wish to be considered as
River which are at ,, *
t the head upon is soon done to finish the edifices already !- uppose we were now at war with I I a trading any thing from the actual merits' tI)'
of the Capt. J,
quarters army. commenced, the public nil foreign nation, and our navy and privateers either Pensacola or Brunswick for the purpose -
that purse
I reported for three weeks previous to
were to capture prizes in the West of to the of our
have been resorted to for little us a adding importance
Ins sailing, not I purpose|
i a hostile Indian had been
India seas and southern latitudes? They own harbor but nevertheless we cannot
near the St. Johns few more months delay may render reconstruction ;; ,
seen and that it was
; absolutely would stand a far better chance of saving bring ourselves to think,that they are the'
G presumed at least 5000 necessary.By
men at
are .
present their prizes by running them into/Bruns only two fit for naval soul!
Ports purposes
in Florida, either as regulars militia the Schooner Delight, which left
' or wick or Pensacola, than steering for of the Capes of Virginia and we 'bole
volunteers. The Cutter sailed again for Tampa Day on 27tb Feb. we learn, that any
of tho northern ports, * and the that all who have complied wttl
St.. 7th inst.aCapt.Jacksonbrought had been heard that papers may
Augustine on nothing at post of any .
ships of the navy d be the request of Mr. Davis to republish h''
despatches from movements against the Indians.
soou into port at letter assertion the
andllPrinteerl' cola, will take back the
Gen. Scott for the commanding .officer at Nothing had been heard ',from the detach and out again Kedtuckians K while 'tis warm',
I Tampa Bay, and was charged with the duty ment under Gen. Gaines, which left that' in. southern latitudes.11 -. _. _ t
of ascertainiug the localities of tho In OUR COUNTRY. ;NoTone wl 10Iltll '
post on the I4tb, and no information of the We cannot have our only seaport (Brunswick -
.dian encampments in South Florida: and I reported battle South of Tampa. ) fit for naval purposes, correctly surveyed himself a citizen of the United States,aw:
also, of inquiring into what as such feels ono of patriotism ai;
measures were: Gen. Call had whilst spark .
at Tampa with a, almost every nothern port aid I .
necessary to protect this portion of the t ''cove isbtuded mate his bosom, can fail to respond to t'
detachment of militia ( \farkji.
St. with
roes We breakwaters foil &c. '
fr "
Territory; We believe that he found but 1 I (sentiments embodied in the article .
shall look for
interesting from trip-1 the the Ness Orleans Bulletin which *p
one opinion prevailing here as to what t atre ol war by every arrival.news. / The italics in the above quotations are s Join

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That Statesman: can hardly be deemeda I it may be said, the very mouth of the Mississippi perhaps: never appreciate self-sacrificing Sloop Dread, Welch, Havana, to master. #

that should strike the attention, act-living to day in gay forgetfulness of 9. Br. Brig Hannah Moore, Moore I
faithful public servant, wio can thus fafiget Havana. Brandy, Wine, Wax, Paper,
and claim the immediate action of the Gov the evils winch the morrow must bring t, .
the he owes 1o tho at Glass Ware, &c. &c. to O. 0 Hara.
duty country
In lime of from the dan and suffering
ernment. )>cucc, undergoing hardships, privation, d Sloop Alert, Braman, Havana to master
large, as to oppose appropriations for providing gerous navigation ot the shoal: and keys with an unclouded cheerfulness 10. Sloop Francisco, Burrows, Havana -

such moans of defence as the present of the Florida! coast for the (pioteclion of, when death comes, resigning himself its J to master. \iI

exposed situation of our whole coast renders shipping from the dangers and disasters to' calamity with n composure that belongsmore t I. Schr Delight, Packer, Tampa

t, which it is so continually subjected, this to philosophy and religion than the; Bay to 1'. J. Fontane&Co.SA1LKD. .
in order to I
incontestably necessary; important point should be made a fit and characteristics of his rude life. If any be, .

gain the favor of those who seem disposed,, sate rendezvous for all the marine that ing full of errors, generous impulses, and I I March. 6. Brig Somerset, Lewis, Charleston.

without reference to its wants, to considerthe might wish to enter-whether naval vessels broken lesolves, may hope fir mercy in Iii:!I I r ,
Sloop Liberty, Latham, Havana.
country prosperous!: in the same ratioas I others III lure of war, its impoitancc last account, it must be the poor sailor- 6. Srhr Clara, St. Marks. ,

expenditures diminish. No economycan comes home with peculiar and if possible, the being whom temptation andsulTcring 7. U. S. Cutter Jefferson, Captain f I:

niorefal.se than that which off additional force-tor then, it left unprotected have visited in every forum whose scanty Jackson, St. Augustine j i
be pins it will: fall into the hands of tlllJ foe, enjdincuts have been snatched from the Sloop North America, Doolittle.Havana. 1!,

the preparation (for danger! until it is at our proving u tinu depot\ for his shipping, his: st'uitit lot, and whoso wild profession has Sloop Loroto, Sawyer, Havana. \ty

doors troops, Ills stores and his:: magazines, and placed him essentially beyond tho reach of Schr Florida Anderson+ Cape Fb rida. I

With surplus millions of dollais remaining from which he can at all tunes plunder on those redeeming influence?, to which every Havana.Steam Packet David Grown,, Wright

in shipping, and wound us III our' most: plop chiistiaii, community is indebted for its virtue
it is inexcusable Park
ill ll.e; Tic-usury, 8. Sloop Paragon, Havana.
moms. nnd its hope of heaven.-Ship and
those who have the destiny of the nationin ( Sloop Dread, Welch Havana.U. .
The idea that we have a sufficient naval Shore. S. Cutter Washington, Capt.' Jones

their: hands for the time being, to allow force to i.rotcct these: stations, is upon the A Keen Otic. One of time New York Tampa Bay.

the auspicious moment to escape unem least L reflection, a most untenable one. If prints tells a story about a BC) the su sharp, -- 9. Br. Brig Hannah Moore, Moore

ployed., Tho whole coast from the St. our united foico' from the Mediterranean, that when hung upon the limb ol an apple( ] Tobasco.
the Pacific the last Indies and South 10. Schr Splendid, Alderslade, Reef
tree in the sun n man's foot cut mil 1!
Croix to the Sabine should present such a was Sloop Mystic, Eldridgo, Reef.
America should be concentrated it would
the shadow Fact
tango of fortifications that the foot of the sufliciunt by -and now the world = ____ ______n ___ __ ___ __ .
scarcely amount to to protect may know what Shaktjicuru: meant by his
invader may never obtain a firm hold upon successfully: more than two harbors, if that, "shadows to-night," which struck such' j NOTICE of is tho hereby given that Court tho spring V
the soil I of But will along our extended coast from a powerful Superior for the
country. we no terror to the soul of Richard iedrick k Southern Judicial District of Florida, held

longer keep our t leaders fioin the article ,enemy.We Knickerbocker tells:: us, that u glance of the in tho city of Key West, is postponed by
which has elicited these icmatks. lb1tt can: but regard then, those Representative. sun's rajs: from time luminous probocis of His Honor James Webb, Judge of said

.* of the people, as warring against: Governor StUY\'l'S:lllt'li truni|>etcr, once District to the second !Monday in June j'
We arc not surprised that the neglected the essential interests of the whole Union, killed a mighty sturgeon m time Hudson, ensuing, being tho thirteenth day of said '

I condition of our national defence, and who place themselves in attitude of opposition arid this i M quite as (ptobabio,-none, we month, at which time Jurors, witnesses, a)
particularly along our extended seaboard, to the appropriation of a suthcientfund piesume, will doubt the fact. parties, and nil others concerned wilt attend

with the numerous inlets, bays and harbors I from the ovctllowing iteatury of the I Another fellow ( accordingly.
I queer : -an English ariaersays THOS.
lamenting should have seriously excited country, to such purposes as those of which that when lie ( his farm EASTIN, Marshal
II bought Key West March 9, 1636. [12-4t]
the attention of our Government.As have and which
we spoken, are imperiously there was but one blade of grass on it, and I '
we cast our eyes:: on the map ranging called fit by every consideration that could that two rabbits were I figglmg for thai. We OTICE.-ProposlIs will be receive at

along fiom Maine to Louisiana:: we dwell influence sound statesmen, disci eel citizens should like to know if this is:: hot tho same tho Custom House until 19 o'clock M.
upon a thousand points, from which! a pow- and patriots.." who had on Monday 14th March, for building at tho
person to put n weight, or anchor, House
cifiil could inflict Light premises Cape Florida a
foreign marine the
to the tails of his hogs to keep them from
cistern 10 feet square, (or circular II feet
very heart of the country the most serious (fly last night's Mail.)
tumbling over their heads while in the act 6 incites diameter,) and 6 feet deep, with
and lasting injury. With the exception of VOLUNTEER'S: :: UAKRACKSSi. ,/ ufrooting for a living.Tomorrow. two layers of bricks at the bottom and the

the harbor ot New York, and f for the protection I. Augustine, 10'00.:2.: \ .-What is the of wall fifteen inches thick The whole to be

oi'which we ore more indebted to It appeals, fioiu all accounts, that theme To-morrow meaning laid with northern lime and.to receive a
natural advantages than to : forts It is a period which is always thick coat of both outside in.
any or garrisons me no Indians at present within about -10 cement and
:: there placed, there is:: scarcely a point miles of St. Augustine, and it is:: supposedthat approaching( hut which never arrives; When completed, the cistern :s to receive -
along the whole extended alluded to it is that portion of time which would seem a good stout covering of wood and be fur
range the main body of the tribe i is: at u much.
that is m situation capable! resisting, the distance somewhere above to be beyond eternity, it such a thing were nished with a draw-bucket, and the condom
greater Camp conceivable it is a mere tors around tho house leading to it to bo
name a
i battery of such a force as cither England or King, or Let ween that place and Tampa ; phantom a made ;
a word which real' new. .
France would bear represents nothing ,
bring to : upon it. Bay Lieut. Dancy, Quarter Master to the thing which no dependence should be All the work is to bo done in the most
The Chesapeake, the Dclauaic, the! coast U. S. forces under tho command, of (jon. upon In fact substantial 1 manner, to the satisfaction of t
of Florida, the Gulf of Mexico, nay, pointto .Clinch, is now on his way from Tampa placed. there is no such thing as any one that may bo appointed to inspect I
for all which'
to-rnorrow is clone the
of and will ; in it aDd
any portion our coast, you with warranted.
Bay to Camp King, provisions, accompanied
world is the work of
to-day. Yo who have
find u similarly situated, arc all exposed to by an escort of about 100 mounted W. A. WHITEHEAD, Collector
the admission of an enemy, who might militia Great apprehensions aie entertained any business to attend to, any duty to fulfill I and Sup't Lights !

vvisi! to enter, and thus |penetrate into (he for their safety, as it is believed that any obligation to acknowledge, any' March 10. 1836. 1- i,' ti -

interior of the country 1 There is'no intelligent l- the Indians, under Powell, intend to surprise i unfortunate in: to relieve, any sick to console, N 01'ICE.-ALDEN A. M.JACKSON EIC .
bear mind
it that
forget not wo should
:, legislator, no representative from and massacre them on the way. Powell is my agent and attorney in fact dur '
section of :imlucd with never defer 'till to-morrow what be ing absence. 'I f i
may .
any our country, a wrote a letter defiance: to Gen. Clinch, my JAMES WEBB ,
proper reeling of patriotism, and a due about ten days!: fence; staling that if the dorm today."Tomorrow. March ?, 1836. [12-tfJ ',1:71H:I Y

teu: :,o of the impoilance, nay, absolute necessity General would only gnu him u few days for for business, baidArchiasto MARSHAL'S SALE. t
courier, who delivered him a imK
of securing the proper defences: of defence ho would be to very I .'
the land, that ought to hesitaio:: : one mo- five wur-Tllo prepared letter is written carryon ill |, >rtant letter at the moment lie was about BY VIRTUE' of an order of sale from 1 :
a years'
meat in furthering ull those measures to sit at table. To-rnorrow never dawnedon the Honorable Superior Court for the Southern dt
concise and characteristicof
a style very quite him. lie was slam that Judicial District of Florida to mo ,,
which go to place the country in a proper and author. I very night.
its daring intrepid pre8ti111C [UurgarcFs Translation. directed and delivered I do
attitude of defence-and to hereby givo
yet strange
11 has been ibhshed this the ,
ere in
say, we with regret observe that theta are Charleston bat lest shouldnot A new lJif/i.culil.-'l'hc Correspondentof public notice, that I shall offer at public b
paper, you the New York outcry from the Warehouse of I<'.A, Browne
members in our national I legislature that have 1 will hero Commercial, writing from
it tho
seen glvo-
e.ther treat with a most: criminal indifference part I1 Washington, gives following Esq. in tho city of Key West, on Monday
recollect. ncwargument
concluding I1S near as can
this subject of national defence, or It says-" You have gun, and so have we against going to War with }.'rance- tho 21st day of March ins the entire car

openly| and more basely oppusc it, us fraught -you have powder; and lead, and so have: "Madame 1'ageot feels very painfully the go of the Wrecked Bark Grecian, consisting -
with an expenditure, which they have the we-3011 have men, and so have, we-your difficulties of her present |position between Groceries Furniture, Drj Goods, Liquors,

fully and the ignorance to assert: is not men will light, and so will ours, till the the Iwo countries, to each of which she is &c. &c. Terms of sale are ,
called fur by the exigencies of things. bound by a strong attachment cash. No goods will bo delivered until all
last drop '+ the Scmmole'd: blood has moistened being an
Short-sighted and! illiberal, criminal and'' the Just of his hunting ground. American (by birth, and a distant connex bills arc settled Orders not lo bo accept

ruinous i policy-a policy, that carried out, Whether we arc to i I'mum inactive: m ion of the Resident ; while her allegiance .ed. THOS.! EASTIN, Marshal,
would soon make us the Jlld'ictim her lord fly J. A. TIIOUKON, Dejtty M.
sport this place, or match: into tho woods with to liege transfers her national fealty March
of every furcin; potentate, lutrchose! : to the U. S. troops, i cannot ut present say, to the country between which and her own 3d 1836. [Hid]

make a descent upon out shores.In /but it u the wish of nearly all tho volulI- native land, n relation has arisen which +

the present condition of 1'cnsacola teems to go in pursuit of the red skins and has already excited mutually\ bitter feelings A Resort for Invalids.
and Key West, for instance, what can be blick The and threatens to terminate in r '
scalp" police of the barracks perhapc, actual
found to prevent u foreign power ifat war is very strict ; no man is allowed to leave war." i
with us, from disembarking at eitherplace _
troops( without -
qusrtcrs) : jx-imiasion: from tho officer -
afler having (battered; down the miserable "' PASSENGERS
of the day: and then only fir short'
and feeble defences that might be Per U. S. Cutter Jefferson for St. AugustioefJoD. SUBSCRIBER t
tune. Reveille beats
at settled
daybreak, when THE having 1,
thrown up upon some sudden Webb and two sons, and It on Indian has -
emergency the foil is called J, ami thu dismissed Key deter
company : William Marvin
These places, too,once put in the power of for 30 minute?, at the expiration( ofwhich Per Sloop Francisco Esq. of from Key Havana West. mined to open a HOUSE for boarding land t
an enemy, what would bo tho result? it i t the drum beats for -U.S. i lodging and believing it to be one of the ..
drill and
the drill child
needs but a ; and Capt. David moil [favorable; situations in the United
glimpse to deti ct all. A
commerce occupies til., :9 u'docl.I..n the signal) forI I Cold. States fur persons who are suffering frompulmooarydispellicaad
amounting to millions millionsinvolving
upon breakfast is founded. The
retreat sounds -'---" I
the property thousands:: of individuals at half past 8 o'clock, fur nipper, wher. wes jHarmr ntett .( t3I( diseases, and obliged to leek numerous a refuge chronic from

would be swallowed up-and a are to eat nothing, and f'O to (lc'd, that is, PORT I OF KEY 11 rST.................MAUClr 1 ."i.! the chill blasts of a northern winter,be feels
in Florida, when the feeble protection ol f lie down on the' floor( and wrap: ourselves! A'intivKi>. safe in saying that Indian Key cannot be

the Government is unable: to sustain itself! up in 3 bl an k(:1."-[Charleston Courier. March 6. U S. Cutter Jefferson surpassed for beauty, health and climate.
against a lawless horde Seminoles Cap Frost Las been here
and Jackson, Ht John, 9 daji. never known -" the
negroes, how easily would the interior Lc Tke Sailor. The life of a sailor usually Sloop Mystic, Eldridge, fleet, to master. ter thermometer seldom below 55 or 56 in win ,
the prey of hostile: incursions, particularly, stops far shout oftbat period al Bcbr Clara, Charleston, 16 days. Mdz. nor up to 90 in summer. It is entirely
when aided and strengthened by foreign lotted to man. His and habit I fur St Marks, to master. exposed to the lea from every point of,tbe
foe*. occupation "" 8chr FOX compass. ',,
shake life-glass/ and hurry out Us sands. bound to Mobile. Smith Cbarleston, The fare of his table and bar shall be as '
strange tosiy, these important: positions; I never see one of them die without those : 7. Sloop North ''good M the market will afford and attended

arc left almost entirely defenceless, when feelings we experience m seeing a noble 'Havana to master. America Doolitlle. by experienced servants. Private rooms
the most momentous I interests which are for,lodging gentlemen, ladies and families
bring cttiogiibtal (before his He Sloop Lorcto t
time. Sawyer
Havana, to l
continually ma s- neatly arranged. The
jeopardized call for immediate: has points of character that to ter. undersigned hopes m"
and most ample Key West isparticularly penetrate bteain Packet by diligent attention and industry to merit
protection. : your deepest sensbiluiw. David Brown
You *co ,him. Wright.IS. the custom of his friends
the point commanding as it! dividing his last binding with a ncmivless I Orleans, to F, A. Browne. 8. A.and tbe publicgenerally.

I does, the entrance pf the, Gulf, and with it, stranger-jailing his life for one who may'J I, I aTte8SIP Paraon: Park, Havana' to. Indian Key, Monroe County SPENCER, TerriJ40

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i ... .. "- ._ -- PHILOSOPHERS the sublime Beneath horse's tread
..h--' &- --------- AND PHILOSOPHY. The!I paniments. There is a feeling of my ;
MISCELLANEOUS. word Philosopher had its origin in the mod; in contemplating the shock of the armies Each tail I'd braid it up with string
/FROM: THE GEn IAN.] esty of the first who bore its name. "Call just as there is in contemplating the Of blue, or flaunting red;
r A DISAPPOINTAiENT IN LOVE. me not wise," said he, but lover of wisdom. devouring energy of a tempest ; and this so So docs, you know, the mountain boy

ii I AM very unfortunate in lovea circumstance ." Words by long use, become warped elevates and engrosses the whole man, Who drives a dashing team, Wo, hoyt
which it is difficult to understand from their original meaning, and are that his eye is blind to the tears of bereave Wo, hoy! I'd cry-
but it is nevertheless' true that another, of put out of shape! by means of an ignorant ed parents, and his ear is deaf lo the piteousmoan Each horse's eye
'.' my best laid plans has miscariicd. handling; so that now-a-days, the term of the dying and the shriek of their With) fire would seem to burn;

Fora'long time I had loved Miss M- : philosopher, gives intimation rather of the desolated families. There is a gracefulness With lifted head
t., with all the Lire of my Impetuous charac possession than the mere love of wisdom.I in the picture of a youthful warrior, And nostril spread
Ancient philosophers courted wisdom for distinction the field and They'd seem the earth
ter. I did not venture to declare it, but ; on to spurn.
my eyes, which 1 fixed upon her for hours were humble suiters to her-modern phi lured by this generous aspiration to the They'd champ the bit, and fling the foam
Ir. with languishing tenderness, spoke too losephers have marrid her, she has become deepest of the animated throng, where, in As on they drageed, my load;
. plainly riot,to be understood. Nevertheless bone of their bone and flesh of their flesh; the fell work of death, the opposing sons And I would think of distant !home,
I, I had never been able to win aught buta and philosophy now signifies wisdom gained of valor struggle for a remembrance nnd a And whistle upon the road-
scornful smile from my adored fair; when not merely wisdom sought. To give name; and this side of the picture is so Oh would I were a mountain boy-
; an important epoch, viz : .eighteenth; any one the name of philosopher is a compliment 'much the exclusive object of our regard, I'd drive' a six horse team, Wo, boy!
'. 1 })irth. ay, arrived. I determined now to ; to assume it is an arrogmce-I as to disguise from our view the mangled \\ 0, boy I'd cry-
1 lay storm to her heart by some distinguished Philosophy, however, such as it is, is now I carcases ofthe fallen, and the writhing agonies Now by yon sky,
' 'f act of gallantry-which I could do with m exceedingly common, that the arroganceof i of the hundreds and the hundreds Pd sooner drive those steeds

: I the greater propriety, and without any its assumption is greatly abated ; and I more, who have been laid on the cold Than win renown
; stings of conscience, since I never enter' any one who even thinks that lie is thinking ground, where they are left to languish andto Or wear a crown
tain any but the most virtuous designs. I has a very good right to call himself die. There no CJ critics them. No Won by victorious deeds.
philosopher-he will find plenty to keep sister is there to weep over them. Thereno Eor crowns oft press the languid head..
him in countenance. There is not a par gentle hand is present to case the dying And health the wearer shuns,

') fruit and the like, are so commonplace; ish in London, and there is scarcely a posture, or bind up the wounds which in i And victory, trampling on the dead,
dress would'not do, for that would have town in the kingdom, in which any fidget-I the maddening fury of the combat have May do for Goths and Huns-
!ookcd like an insinuation thought her: ty little prig, who has nothing better to do been given and received by the children of Seek them who will, they have no job s
va n-sti1lless- could I offer her any thing with his time, might not get up a Philosophical one common father. There death spreadsits For mountain lads, and Wagon boys.iltINTS .

costly, which would have appeared an indirect Society. 11'you have a telescope, pale ensigns over every countenance, ::; FOR THE SEASON.
accusation of a mercenary spirit,-I and an almanac, and a lair of globes, and and when night comes on, and darknessaround The foundations of knowledge and virtue -
; dared not choose a pious hymn-book, or if you look at the moon with your nightcap L I, them, how many: a despairing arc laid in our youth: if at any other
other godly work, lest .I should sinfully on your head, you arc a philosopher; wretch must take up with the bloody field time, the structure must be insecure and
profane what is holy by using it with an if you have an electrical machine, and serve as the untented bed of his last sufferings, imperfect.lie .
earthly aim;-no, it must be something your friends shocking tricks, you are a without one friend to bear the message of that will) not hear the admonition of
tender, and containing a delicate allusionto philosopher; if you have a thermometer, tenderness to his distant homewithoutone a friend, deserves to feel the correction of
our situation. Suddenly, like a flash of barometer, hygrometer, and hydrometer, ifj i r companion to close h S"'eyes-On! every an enemy.
i lightning in a dark night, the thought occurred you chroniclu the clouds, and tell the side of me I see causes'at 'work whichgo A warm heart requires a cool head
to me that the season of new herrings world once a week which way the wind to spread a most delusive coloring over Fancy withont judgment is all sail and
i 'was at 'hand. The ,word electrified blows, you are a philosopher; if you have a war, and to remove its shocking barbaritiesto no ballast.

me, :and with 'fhe wanted ,rapidity of my mantle piece covered with brick bats, and a: the background of our contemplationsaltogether. He who spends most of his time in
conceptions, I instantly saw the meaning bureau full of black beetles and cockchafersyou 1 see it in the history which!I mere sports and recreations, is like him
which lay: ,hidden. 1 immediately sent an are a philosopher; if you roam about tells me of the superb appearance of the whose garments are made altogether of
estafitto to Berlin;where, as is well known the fields and the ditches with a tin box i if in troops, and the brilliancy of their succes fringe,and whose diet is nothing but sauce.

every thing new is to be had, in order, i f your hand, picking up chickweed, groundsel :sive charges. I see it in thelxetrywhicl i Liberty, unseasonably obtained, is apt to
possible, to get the above mentioned creatures anti duckweed, you are a philosopher; 'leads the magic of its numbers to the char be intemperately used.
of the Lord before the annual advertisement if you become cat-butcher, and kill mice :rative of blood, and transports its many Industrious wisdom often prevents what
of them appeared jn the two blotting with an air-pump, you are a philosopher; I admirers, as by its images, and its figures,' lazy folly thinks inevitable.
paper journals of that city. Everything if you risk the blowing up of your house and its nodding plumes of chivalry, it The death which prevents dotage comer
succeeded according to my wishes; with hydrogen gas or other combustibles, throws its treacherous embellishments ovea more opportunely than that which ends: i i':.
ere many days had elapsed a couple lay you are a philosopher; if you hunt /lor a scene of legalized slaughter. I see it i in I No trees bears fruit in autumn unless! ;
f'' l' before me. I had them laid upon some soul with a dissecting knife, and then, be the music, which represents the progress of they blossom in the spring.
leaves of artificial} forget-me-noi" instead I cause you cannot find one, say that there the battle; and where, after being inspired I Happy is the man who can be acquitio\ !
t. of parsley, 'and once more reflected upon IS no such thing, you are a philosopher; i if by the trumpet notes of preparation, the, by himscifilllrivatc, and by others in pub
all that their mute language (I mean the, you read German metaphysics, and tall whole beauty and tenderness of a drawingroom -' lie.
herrings1) could convey. It would perhaps' moonshine that nobody can understand, are seen to bend over the sentimental! I There is an excellent contagion in goodness
appear too far-fetched ,were. I to urge)how you area philosopher; if you believe what i entertainment: i.or do 1 hear the utterance e I : we may be kindled, like green wood,
herring: resembles hymen, these words having your neighbors believe, and :believe what of a single sigh to interrupt the death tones by n neighboring flame.
e ; clearly: an etymological relation, since your neighbors disbelieve, you area philosopher of the thickening contest, and the moans We may be kept from doing ill, as well
they both begin with A, and n occurs in If you do not care who is hangedor of the wounded men, as they fade away upon by dread of our enemies as deference for
both. But there was one circumstance drowned, or whose cat has kittened,you the car and sink into lifeless silence. our friends.
.. which spoke plainer) viz: that they were a .are a Stoic philosopher; if you growl I at ev All, alt goes to prove what strange and I Temperance in youth} is the assurance
} couple-the principal point of "view from cry thing, you are a Cynic philosopher; if half-sighted creatures arc.V ere it not I of vigorous old age. Excess not only I
which they were to bo regarded. The you have a fancy for fish, flesh, and fowl, so, war could never have been seen in any brings grey hairs! but green years with sor
> blue colour, which reminds us of heaven, and like good c\Jokery better than bad, you other aspect than that of unmingled hatefulness row to the grave.
{ signified our mutual gentleness and meekness are an Epicurean philosopher; in short, 1 ; and I can I look to nothing but the Let us not judge ofa book by the author,
; and the strong salt wherewith they verily believe that>> the difficulty now is to progress of Cristian'scnlimcnt upon earth! but of the author by the 1 book.
were salted, the acuteness of our understandings avoid being a philosopher-the whole air: to arrest the strong current of i it s popularand Without reading, the best natural parts
and our attic wit. The unfading and the nation i i3 thoroughly' bephil: sophised prevailing partiality for war. become dry and barren. .

1 leaves cried aloud,Forget me not'." and saturated with philosophy : we cannot .1<'1001 time Southern Literary .M sengu. I Religion is the best armor, but the worst
at the same time clearly alluded to that I open our eyes and ears, but wisdom must THE WAGGONER.: I cloak.

never-fading delight we should find in each I come in-we cannot open our mouths but I I've of en thought if'l were asked I lIe who speaks against religion may be
other' But in my opinion the crown of the I wisdom must go out. Every thing id made Whose lot I envied most- suspected of being fretted t ly it in !his con
, i whole was the pretty play of words which by philosophic principles--wigs, whiskers, What one, I though most lightly tasked science. The galled jade winces and flings.
"I is in boots, breeches, and bed posts; so that we
name erring-An- ring.- Of man's unnumber'd host- Strive to be either agreeable or useful;
... almost all of us forced be
: .It was impossible for me to declare my love are to philosophers Pd say, Pd be a mountain boy, thus only is it that the world can be gained.
I and my honorable intentions more plainly, whether we will or no. And drive a noble team, Wo, hoy! Society must be occasionally changed,
,i and at the same time more delicately, (in Modern philosophy did rs.flOm the ancient Wo, hoy I'd cry, to avoid dullness orcnnui.} Even the best
of the word for in this one point as much as any,
every sense new herrings And lightly fly may grow insipid or tiresome.
E arc a greatdelicacyin Prussia and Saxony.) viz: that its poFsesaursdo not learn mode' s- Into my saddle seat I i Christian patience is surer than Stoical
'T,94makc all however I laid ty from it. It was prettily said by one o r
doubly cure, My rein I'd slack- : resolution. The ono calms, the oilier be
on tjvem a beautiful rose, painted and cut the ancients, "My knowledge" only teaches My.whip I'd crack- 'numbs the. soul.
'outof, Chincse'ricc-paperjn the leaves of;'me how ignorant 1 am. One might ,oak e What music is so sweet? The less the occasion for sin, the worse
which I concealed with a trembling hand 'a parody of this, applying it to many modern Six blacks Pd drive, of ample chest it is. In old age it is like shadows ir the
the" first effort of my youthful muse, in philosophers, putting in heir lips the All carrying high tho head evening-enormous.
,,. which I expressed all these tender delicate aphorism, My ignorance only teaches me ; When
AlIl.larness' tight, and gaily drest St. Paul bids us pray without ceasing -
how knowing I am. It has been stated
jdeas.Who In winkers lij) p\; | with rtd- t he means; that our words and actions
that vould in our hearing,with some semblance of} sophistry
could believe all be
I Oh yes, Pd bo u mountain boy, should always be conformable to reason
vain The mother answered me in plain though not altogether without some And such a team Pd drive, Wo, hoy! and religion. Constant virtue is ceaseless
prose, briefly and carelessly,that her daughter basement of truth, that the present pant a- Wo, hoy'.I'd! cry, prayer.
was very that she had had logical fever is not unlikely to terminate m
sorry always intellectual 'darkness The lint should flvW It is an error to condemn;pleasures,
n an Idlosync-atlcl1\ antipathy to herrings; so The statement of,{ 0, 'hoy! you Dobbin! Ball! merely as such, they may be j innocent as
the is this Tho
indeed that : possession
strong sho had not been able argument 1 Their feet should well as criminal.
? to sit_out, the I last play of the celebrated knowledge requires thought-the more And I would sing ring, .Of Let youth be aware that the first impressions *
AWilibald Alexis, having accidentally heard knowledge a man possesses, tho more tho'the Ws'ngrnyfalderol.W which the world takes of us seldomor
that his real name was Herring. She wants; but the more a man wants tho't ? bells
...therefore cent mo back my fish and the the less,ntellectual he is.rfo speak after Beneath} each would bearskin tingle, tingle, ling, never wear out. .
accompanying poetry, with many thanks the manner of Mr. Malthus, 1 think one And I cap, In all disputes between power and liberty
that i ina saw themswing and swing, power must be proved the presumptionis
for my good\ intentions. might say, knowledge may increase IM I be the merriest ;
Happily godliness/ consoles a spirit truly geometrical ratio, but understandingcan Yes, then Pd bee chap- un the side of liberty.A .
possessed 'by rttj for i every thing; but I was increase only in an arithmetical 1 ratio. ,. And drive mountain boy man: of real probity and wind reason
the > [London Atlueneum.THE a jingling team Wo, hoy! will hold his thoughthe
obliged (0 react{ Blbje two hours'before 1\'o, ''IUY! I'd In course and practice,
I recovered my accustomed patience and] cryMy world shoul dispute his character: and

composure. I read fur my edification the HORRORS or \ An. The first Each words horse should fly. question his happiness; he will be satisfied 1
history cf Jonas; and although the whale t obstacle! my friend, to the extinction great of With would pnck his ear with the attainment of his own ends.

{ which swallowed him was so very large, waris the: way in which the heart of manis My lumbering tighten chain wain The more we sink into the infirmities of
'it continually disappeared in my fancy before > carried off from its barbarities and its tor.rors Would i age, the nearer we are to immortal: youtb.
the luckless herrings. by the splendor of its deceitful !I j move in its career. 1]In the next world there is nothing but
acconv The golden
t ,you'd see them spring youth and spring.

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