Key West enquirer
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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 26, 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
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BY ,1. ATKINSON. "' KEY WEST, I"I.OHIDAIARCn 26, 1836. NUMUKI; M.1 .-. OLUl\n '

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: be made to provide for our subscribers 11 I matters relating to Estates: Guardians, !lor obtaining supplifs of provisions wood or
The Key' 'r cst Inquirer.r pleasant and useful, fireside companion.In | Wards, &c. arc held by the Judges in,the 1 watershulldcpuit! without being subject to
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-T y >-- Ii! return we ask the liberal support of the several cutrnticsscrni- ordinances, unless the master of
VUBLISHf-.D Wr.KKlY AT public. l:. CHANDLER.C. !i I the said \ossrl shall request a pilot to take(
r FIVE DOLLARS!' PER ANNUM. 11. SESSIONS. : APPELLATE COURT. charge of such vessel and take her out over
pSubscribcrs at a distance must pay in Tallahassee, Mid. Flor. The Court of Appeals consisting of the tho Bur ; for which services he shell receive
this (pEditors:: :: friendly to tho advancement i Judge* of tho several !Superior: Courts is the jusuat rates of pilotage. All pilots detain.d -
advance, or have an agent in city of literature, will confer a favor by giting I held annually at Tallahassee on the first on board ot any vessel, by the request -
ADVERTISEMENTS: : inserted at the rate of. the above an insertion in their pape'r.Ml913t Monday in January. of her commander, shall receive for
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of t;. k _S, I I each and every da,'* service three dollars
fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, and FLORIDA : OFFICERS OF THE CUSiqMS.: ; per day, over and above his pilotage. Fishing
8cvent -Flve Cents for each subsequent DIRECTORY. District of St.AugustineCollector., J vllo I Smacks WVccking Vessels shall not
continuance. All Advertisements will bet Compiled for the Key Wct Inquirer. ; Rodman.District ho subject to this ordinance.

t continued until otherwise ordered. 1 on emade Any error will be corrected, and addition ;, Sec. 4. ,Be it fiirthcr'ord'ained, That any
$ on the Editor's! being notified oi such of l'cnsacola-t'ollector Robert i vessel having passedthe
will be considered than a square. I buoy on the Bar of
error or omission. Mitchell. Inspector, R. A. Mitchell., Surveyor tile, North West Passage, before having
will be discontinued
( 7No subscription Win. M. Loftin. I been boarded by a pilot, shall not be obliged
1 (unless at the option of the Editor,) until all} EXEC()'1'1 V l':. to take the samo ; but in case a pilot

arrears are paid. Governor, JOHN II. EATON. Secretary, District of St. Johns-Collector, James on board by the request of her captain, then goes.
All letters to the Editor: on business, GEORGE K. W ALlun.' Dell.: Inspector, Horatio Dexter. he shall receive the usual pilotage.
: Sec. 5. De.it further ordained
That all
must .. District; of St. Marks-Collector, ,Jesse II. vessels hound into the Port of Key West
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--i. Legislative Council is composed of Willis Inspector Burr II. Duval. Inspector and spoken by a pilot, Boca Chica bearing

twenty-six members, divided among nineteen Augustus Steele, Tampa Day. North, or North Westerly, shall pay full
OF Counties, as follows. Leon, /our pilotage at the same rates as though she had

Escambia, Two ; Gadsdcn, Two ; Jackson District, Apalacllicola-Collector, G..J. been brought In over the main ship channel.
The Florida Intelligencer. Two; Jefferson, Two ; &t.: Johns, Two; Floyd. Inspector, W. D. Price. All vessels ,arriving and not having been

IT has frequently been a subject of invidi Walton, Washington, Franklin, Madison, spoken by a pilot before passing the above
thatamidstso .and Hamilton, Columbia, Alachua, Duval, Nassau 'named limit, and being three miles from the
OilS pbservation, populous District of Key West-Collector, WilliamA.
intelligent a community as that of Florida, One, each.Delegate Mosquito. Hillsborough, and Monroe, Whitchead. Inspector and Deputy I light house on Key West, shall only be flUb.jcct

so few native newspapers (if the term maybe _. Collector, Adam Gordon. Inspector, Stephen to pay half pilotage j but if not spoken
used( have been decently sustained. We R. Mallory. Temp. and until after passing the aforesaid limits, in
have: all seen and deplored the evil; but the to Congress,, Jostm. M.' WHITE Gauger, William II. Wall. Weigher Appraisers, I that case she shall be exempted from paying

people of tic! Territory nre certainly a Charles M. Wells, George E. Weaver any pilotage.
rending people; and it is thought that the 1ONS. Inspectors, Charles Howe, Indian Key.: Sec. 6. Be it further ordained; That all
fault (if fault there bo) can in almost every TliO elections for members of Legislative John Dubosc, Cape Florida. vessels arriving through the West Pass, and
instance be traced, cither to the incapacity Cwunci ,take place annually on the secondMondjiy Charlotte Harbor-Inspector Alexander tho East end bf the Dry Roclcs, to the
or negligence of those .intrusted with thr October ; and Delegate to Congress Patterson. Westward of Sand Key, bearing Southwest,
fl management of the papers which! have here Biennially on the first Monday inMay. i shall pay full pilotage, but if not spoken un
tofore successively been projected? In the BANKS. til'passiDg the aforesaid limits, and being
City ofTallahassec, al.>oc, as we arc inform Bank of 1Vcall'loridalpalachiculaclrtt' three miles from tW: cit light, only half
ed, a print has been unwaveringly and i J U i>IUIA'RY.Supcrior tered IU pilotago shall be recovered, but j'spokedaq
I steadily, for several years; but probably it i Court, having Admiralty Ju President Y.t'l.oap: $500,000. r passing theaforesaid: jimitu, shall b.*
has not met with the entire approval of all ritJictiun.EAsTERN.IJISTRlcTcomprising. Cashier. exempted from palfingpilotsqe. .
parties, and under the persuasion that another the -- ,Sec.:'.7. Dolt further' ordained, That all
and'a different print would bo acceptable Counties Nassau, tit. Johns, Laval, Columbia Bank of Pcnsacola, Chartered: 1831=Cap. pilots who shall bring a vessel into this port,
to some and not altogether displeasingto Alachua, Hillsborough and part of ital $2,500,000. h shall be entitled to early her out,unless the
President '
others, we have been induced to issue the M osquito. Walter Gregory." Cashier.... Commander can show good and sufficient
present Prospectus.Inassuming Judge' ROBERT II.\IMOMJ: KLIJJ. Attorney, Catlin. cause to the' contrary. Any ies!arriving ,
the charge of a public Press, 'HOMAS DOUGLASS. Marshal, SAMUEL. Dank of St...t iftt this port without n pilot, shall, hare liber 1'01.
we profess to be fully\ aware of the: responsibilities 13 GA frt. Augustine Chartered'< WJ'J'. ty tq-UAparf without!"*a'pilot, unless! the cap
devolving upon us. It is an engine Capital $300,000. taiajihall wish one. *
'of immense power, and when widely conDucted The regular terms are held as follows (Not yet operation.) Sec. fl. 'If any'pilot shall speak'veltel r .
is calculated to advance the best in- For St. Johns and Mosquito Counties, atSt. bound to this port, outside the limits,'and ..y""
'icrcsts! of humanity. This paper is intended Augustine ou the second Mondays in Merchant and Planters 'Dank of Florida, tho captain ,of said weasel shall refuse:"to
(f to subserve'thokc.interests. Cherishing !Match and October. For Nassau County, Tallahassee; Chattered 1832.v take a pilot, he shall bo liable to full.
an ardent attachment to the free institutionsof on the second Mondays in April and No Capital $200,000. pilotage, and the pilot speaking him pay shall
r our native soil, we shall ever endeavorto vember. For Alachua, Columbia and .i1i11 President, Cashier, --, ::.. be entitled to; ,carry::said vessel oiit, Unless .

I support them, and toimpress on the minds borough Counties, atNcwnansville: on the Central the captain refuses to take ,.a pilot out,;iu
J of the people a"due scn-so of the inestimableprivileges' Wednesdays alter the third !Mondays i iu Bank of .Florida, Tallahassee, which die Jbe pilot shall be entitled to half
., they havo inherited. To this April and November. And fiJrDualouo- Chartered 1 32-Capital $1000000. pilotago out. "

end our columns wilt on alt occasions. bo open ty at Jacksonville, ou the lint Mondays ir President, Ben Chaires.V' Cashier,' Leslie Sec. 9. All pilot ago shall be recoverable w'I' 19'
< to the advocates of any rational system May and December. Chancery terms are A. 1 homp,ou. t rthith'eforo any justice! of the peace
u of general fdtcat4orbpltevingas, \ wo do, held at St. Augustine ou the second Mondays n affidavit of any pilot, that 110
Commercial Dank Apalachlcol
; that they only who understand, their rights, in July and September Chartered! Florida, a, vessel or boarded her outside Sfoke

i Can best apprecijjc and_ ..will, most watchfully 1832-rCapital $500,000: prescribed: limits:and that the captain of I,
i guard them? The! public authorities, MIDDLE DISTRICT-Comprising; the Counties (Not yet in operation.) said i "vessel refuses to pay pilotage !half
! "1ndueadmiuistrtionoftheir lawflll powers, of Leon, Gadsdcn, Hamilton, Jeffersonand .. '.. pilotage, In or out as the case be?" .
j will\ be Sustained-but; should an'occasion Madison. ., Union Dank of FJorida,.J'allahassee, Cliar i S 'C". 10. ,:All pilots .han bate'a may good and .I
I unfortunately present itself to our notice, Jndgc, THOMAS: RANDALL." Attorney, tered 1833-Capital $3,000,000. sufficient pilo>r boat to cruise oiitsido.of the
I, we will not hesitate ;to denounce what we JAMES D. WKSTCOTT. Marshal, TfloMAs President' John G. Gamble, Cashier John Reef, and the name bf such pilot: boat shall ...
may conceive tabs an aousq. To promote: ESTIJf HA1'1 DOLI'If. ,1' ;,Parkhill. I be painted in legible letters irf bcr mainsail 1 .
morality-the general prosperity of our with be number, oCher branch underneath
common country and especial!) the full devclopcment The regular terms are held as (follows }Farmer Bank of Florida, Mariana, Char the same

of the rich resources of'thisTerritory for Hamilton County, at on the first .tired, J 34-C pi al $76,000. V _M'T*.. .- .-. -
-to cncolirage M'Cobservance of Mondays in June and December. J'orl (Not in'opcration.) A, Resort for Invalids.
an oHerly deportment in ociet"to: foster Madison County, at San Pedro: on i --
a pirit qf generous emulation among out Thursdays after the first Mondays in'Juno Dank of Jacksonville, Chartered 18:j5..
industrious citizens in their respectivebranches and December. And for the remainder bf Capital $75,000.
of business,, i.Thesc' arC among the District, at Tallahassee on the first (Not yet jn operation.) .. '.
onr bbjccts. "' Mondays in Apt il and October. For: the ;information-; .
of transient .. .
,,., In the proceedings of:the. Federal Government : j I vessels
passing Key West, we give the following ,1
t FioridiaQ aro as intimately conj.erncd WESTERX DISTRICT 'r11E SUDSCIUBER having settled
other citizens th -Comprising the HATES OF WLOTAGK: IJim.err-un Indian
as any of $ United Counties Escambia, Walton 1 Kcy has deter
'States, and entertain' as lively an interest in Franklin and J a kaoll. Washington!''as' established by the County Court. mined to open a HOUSE"fJr boarding and
the doctrines it avows and the& measures it JOHN A. lodging and believing it 'to'be' one of'tho
pirstics.; Its act, and principles", therefore, Judge, CAMERON. Attorney, De it ordered by tho County Court, that; all moll favorable situations jo the, United
GEURCJK WALKER. Marshal, J, W. Exyj Vessels shall be subject to the
will following States tor
not improperly become the subjects of I persons who are suffering from
calm, but at the same time thorough! consideration. I rates of Pilotage. pulmonary,d is peptic and numerous'chronic
In the politics of the Territory, The regular terms arc held as follows. Sec. I. All vessels of War ) 4 diseases, and obliged to seek a refuge from
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of course a part mnst bo taken; not that of For Escambia County, at l'cn acola, on the drawing., and not more 5 Ett *OOT the chill blasts ota northern winter/fie feels T ,! ,
blind Mondays May and November For than 14 feet, !'12 00 safe in i Indian w
a zealot or infuriated. partizan, but fWalton *.. saying that Ke'j"can be ,
I that oCa, dispassionate. and U1pqrHal: Inqurer. .! County, on tho first Monday I Ill in Drawing 14 and not mMft., surpassed for beauty, health and climate. !'
tn a s'imioe tills nruuodl wbictt WI March and third Monday in November than 18 feet, 2 ?3 Frost: has never been I known here-tllC! P '
resolutely 'be maiPtainec we pledee oil r. |For Washington County on the second Drawing 10 and nut over thermometer seldom belpw 65 ortftia winter c
selves that every 'communication, fcf whatsoever Monday iu March and fourth Monday in 81 feel, ; 2 50iJer nor up to 90 in etrmme!. It entirely
nature, and '(rom whatever source, ,N9 ember, For Jackscn. County, at Atari 21 feet, 3 yy exposed to the chat from every point of the
wiU be thankfully received and respectfully ana, ou the third Monday March aDd UIQ Sec.-. All Merchant Vtiteh con pul. ". .

attended to ; always under the proviso, !first Monday in December. And for Frank. drawiog 5 aud nuts, '. .. Tho (arc of his table and bar shall bo
which (as being unshackled by personal obligation lin County on the first Monday in April and over twelve feet;.bbal. }t. T'' I rood as the' market will a/Turd:and,attended as
after the
or party prejudice) we will strictly 1 Thursday third Monday in Decc m. paT, $1 60 I by experienced servants: Private"room* .
adhere to. that nothing scurrilous, 01 low, ber. L_ All above 12 and not over for lodging gentlemen, //adies,.and faoiiiiesneatly
or personally abusiveshall ever. be admittedinto 16 feet, 2 00 II / ) n -anged. Tho unHersigoed.hopics
our columns. SOUTHERN. DISTRICT.Comprising the All over 16 and not .above h1 diligent attention and Industry to" merit
The progressive advancement in tLe Arti Countyof Monroe apd part i>[ Mosquito.udgeJ 18 feet, 2 2,j the custom of 'his Wends and ibo< public

Science' and General Literature of our .( Aatts WMB Attorney, WILLIAM AH above IU feet shall pay 8 6J 1 I generally. i Ti. frENGERndian ,
uYn'anJ other lands, will always receive MARVIN. Marshal, THOMAS EA>+TIK. Sec ** \'eiel.VilriDK! or departing IhntheNortli / I Kc) Monroe'Cownty. Tcrri)49

rroper notice ; and our selections from the The regular tcuua arc held at Key West 11'cst Passage, and drawing fogr furr of Florida, November 7tlf 1835. { tf.: v
both lighter works bf the day will, we hope,,be on the first.Mondays in. !May and November.COUNTTCOURTS. feet or upwardi.'excepi: such' art are'Lereia-i / ,-rime St. Augu tino Herald Charles.tDiiCourier1 .
instructing amusing to our reader. alter incationedJihiU pay*.. ". oo I Philadelphia Saturday Co'urier
Measure have already been taken for a fair $2 New ,York Advocate ao( bJournal ,
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interchange with souiepfrtbe best newspa ;fl ho County: Courts' through tbo Nortfc ]Boston 'Commercial Gazette
havio West Pass will the
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v. toueiiag at Welt A,
fenced periodical; aoid every effort will! it jurMiction j aboriginal j.irMretlon a in a" for purpotc fir riding; pawengertletter,1,,ibov accounts$ "-five'iQscrtions'to this udice far.;and payment.forward., their .


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''I' : heart! io arty *'there hc'tumblesl'' &c. On I the bridge on the li1IsLoroug twentyeightmiles 'of the latter state. :With these imperfectaids
and with
;: -Ti ;NNQUmE the ';ixH "lIigbt'an"lndT 'was.bennl near 1 from Tampa. The Alabama volunteers crowded, into the IS'much heads' legal of two knowledge
ti 6 _______________ the camp to'say they were tired of fighting, I were under Col. Lindscy, who commanded young lawyers as is deducible from or the

KEY WEST, FLORIDA : and. wished to shake: hands and make. the Detachment;r the Florida volunteers case of Bullum. Botura, to wit, that law

friends Gen. Gaines replied, that they under Col. Read, and the Marines is-law. the first legislative council went
*ATimi. )AY. MAUCIt. 20,1830._ to work to manufacture
The whole detachment a code of laws
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WJaCK; 8.\LES.-1'hc cargo of the flay and he would hear what they had to amounted to about fourteen hun add Florida that; and they to made do them the best justice, we muss

Wrecked; dark Grecian of! Portland, was say. On the 7th morning.about! five hun dred m'en.. They took with them three ever had; out then, to do justice code we to theirsuccessors have
fold by the U. S. Marshal on 21st and' 22d in the
the work of the
tIred Indians made tboin appearance) in pieces of cannon. legislation, it
fnsl. The sacs' amounted'to about $28,()()(} rear of the camp,and after some time, four The Captains Saunders and Armstrong, must also be admitted that this code was
: of awarded this the bes' for no other reason than 1>
The amount salvage in volun because it
Indians- camo forward with a white flag.- mentioned as being wounded} were

." case was fifty per cent upon the nett amount" Gen. Gaines ordered Capt. Hitchcock, with teers. The former has been the Sutler at session was then of our tlie only legislative one. Every council succeeding has but

I of sales.NAVAL.. the Interpreter and two hundred men, to Tampa Bay for several yearsrnnd the latter served to make the previous "confusion

.-The U. S. Sloop of War Con meet the flag, and) hear what they had to for some months past, commander of the worse confounded;"' There have now Lew!

I They stated that they were tired of Transport Schooner Motto attached to the fourteen sessions of tho legislative council
I cord, Commander M. P. Mix, anchored in say. and if every law bears the impress of( twelve
t the outer harbor on 22d inst. and sailed fighting, and would fight no more -that Post here. different opinions, and every session leas

i again on yesterday for Tampn Bay and Pen although Micanope was not there, they The chiefs whose names we have marked turned off the matter of a hundred laws or

aacola. She was from Portsmouth, N. II. were determined to make friends. Gen by italics were signers of the Treaty of removal more, upon general subjects, the reader: can

and is an additional vessel to the number Gaines told them ho had no authority to and also members of the deputationsent I'guess what delightful confusion we are

1 heretofore- constituting the West' India make peace, but that if they would do as to examine the country west of the 'I like blessed tICVav with.to The church labyrinth, compared of Crete with was tIle

j Squadron.FtoiauA. he wished them, and meet the Commissioners Mississippi. Abram was also a member of I endless perplexity which now attends an-

appointed- at Washington- no doubt that deputation, and nced9 Interpreter at attempt to ascertain what is the law of I'lo.

LEGlsLA.TloN.-ln another col on armistricc would: be granted.At :,the time the Treaty was concluded ida upon any given subject.

,! urnn, wo insert an article from the Pensaco- this moment the advance of. General The estimate of the strength of the Indi- Butt! wo have been speaking of the least
r la Gazette the state of our laws. We or the difficulties which oppose themselves
upon furnished the chief
Clinch with five hundred friendly
supplied, strong, ans by agrees the
lo popularity of the Governor
of this
I are glad to see that another paper besidesour hove in sight.. Seeing so many hostile In- with what has been previously consideredthe i Territory, Those who are elected to tho

own, has independence enough to express dians (not knowing of the flag,) they immediately most correct. It is extremely uncer- Legislative Council are not always tIC pu-

c' somo disapprobation of the routino charged on them. The Indians tain, however, what additional force they est spirits of the land. They are very of.

pursued by our Legislators at Tallahassee.The run and. disappeared-for four days no may have in negroes. ten compelled to truckle and manage to
Gazette, however, takes it too much as procure their election, and it is a maxim of
signs of them had been seen although run We understand, that another letter re- valued friend of ,
ours not than
of that such should more 25
; a course, things
\ ners had been sent out in every direction.On cevied in town from an officer of the army, miles off, (and we borrow it for tile occasion -
be. It is time that the of Florida
legislation the last day, the army killed several states Col. Liudsey's object to be the formation ) that "they who bull will, sell. It is

began to improve, and we hope(whether horses for subsistence, aid not one murmurwas of a line of posts between Fort Brooke very well known that a wonderful spirit of
Governor Eaton continues in oflice.or gives log-rolling prevails at Tallahassee, winch
heard, or any disposition to retreat from and the Withlacoochee.
place to another as it is rumored he will;) operation is neither more nor less than buying -
the evinced for kne.v l'I
place Gen.
and selling at the same time. A & B
that the chief magistrate, of tho Territory From the Pensacola Gazette.
Clinch would soon supply them. The ar- I are both members; the former wants to
will the exercise of
.no longer postpone a my lost four killed and about forty woun- FLORIDA LEGISLATION.-We infer from carry through a Life Insurance and Trust

fearless scrutiny into the provisions of every ded. Lieut. Izard killed; Gen. Gaines the contents of sundry private letters from ,Company, with a capital of eight millions
law that passes the Legislative Council. Tallahassee: ,and also from the Journals of i of dollars, and a solemn pledge of the faith
wounded the lower und
He may offend a (f w of the log-rolling species through lip, one the proceedings of the Legislative Council, of Territory to tile extent: of this sum;
but he will more effectually secure the tooth knocked out; Cupt. Sanders in the that the same harmony which last winter the| funds to be managed by. John Smith of
the shoulder,doing well; Capt.Armstrong marked the intercourse between tho Governor the state of Massachusetts and' Thomas:
affection of the people generally, and have.in the neck, slightly.. It is supposed that and Council, does not prevail atpres- Brown, of the province of Nova Scotia, of'

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the stato80mescrficc.'t. .. which, as every body knows, enabled the in the Council except our friend A ever
1 gaged. j. old woman to foresee that the cow would heard. This then is A's project-while E
INDIAN HOSTILITIES. We have {teens The writer then continuesV- eat up the grindstone, we foresaw: that this wants to remove the seat of justice of IIi>>

"; politely furnished by a; friend with a communication "Sincp the above I have would be the case. Governor Eaton- en- county from Twedledum to Twedlcdecj
: received from his,correspondent hearing seen lured upon the discharge of his duties here,, Here, as the reader will |perceive, arc all
1 e and conversed witlrtho friendly Chiefs.- with that strong habitual regard for the will the elements of a bargain. Twedlodce
;; at 'Tampa, containing the substance of a .They do not believe the Indiana wish to of the people; as supposed to be"expressed ; becomes the county scile, and the faith of

letter he heard read at Fort Brooke on the :make peace, that what they did was a Ruse through their representatives, uli.ch every: Territory is pledged that Messrs. Smith

1.4Ih'Marc written by Captain Hitchcockof de Guerre to gal the troops out and oil where else, is looked on as virtue, and I and Brown, who have perhaps been arrant

U. S. Army attached to Gen. Gaines' thcifguard. When, I asked them their reasons -! which seemed to l.im, who had been sent cheats all their lives,.w.ilI now be honest
to us only a becoming modesty men. In other words the is made
'. detachment, to Lieut. McKinsey. As i itt govern Territory
for believing this, they stated, that the But the legislation l lost year could scarcely to say that' if these gentlemen do not pay

contain many important-particulars relating Indians did, or would, ask what the Americans i have been brought to a close before be their jest debt.,_ that then they shall be

to an engagement between the troops of would not grant; that is, for the Indians must have been satisfied of the exceeding paid out of the territorial treasury, to the

General Gaincs and the hostile Indians, we to keep all the south of the improvidence of many of the laws '0 which extent of eight millions3>dollars. Against
permitted to give the whole of it to our country ho had given his sanction. The.j is perhaps -: this measure tfie Governor interposes his
readers. The date of thu engagement is Withlacoochee. 1 !place much confidencein no official station under. this,, or any; veto and thereby disgusts tho sovereign
communication. what they say as they have been with other government, in which is so difficult people. With regard to the present groundof

omitted,. ire the the aimy and have had better communications to give satisfaction, as that of governor of difference between Gov. E. and his as
did'not !
The army of',Gen. Gaines see than the whites. Below is a list of a Territory. As: a component part of the. stilants'c are uninformed, but we know
one hostile Indian on the march from Tampa legislative authority,having to exercise the that his duties cannot be otherwise that:
the Chiefs with their forces
as git en 018 byl'ukalustce.ha.jo '
to Fort King. They left Fort King veto power upon the wild and reckless legislation very perplexing
the friendly fighting which marks the acts of the Councils -
with provisions for the late
seven days ,
Chief. of all Territories, made up as they are RULES FOR CONVERSATION
battle ground'of Generals Clinch and Callon Men of l persons inexperienced in tho business o(

the Vyithlacoochee, and on their arrivalat ) Jum-pcr* 30 legislation the governor is continually giving BY TUDMAS JEFFERSON

thai place, they found the enemy posted As-su-ho-Iar, (Powell) 7 offence. Unless he is willing to do 1. In stating prudential rules fur our

on the opposite bank. They proceeded up ,All-bur-tee-bar-jo, 30 this, he tRust make up his mind to saddle government in society, I must not omit the
Yar har-to-epee the country with the crudest, most hetero- important one of never entering into dispute
north bank to the of ,
the near crossing place
and oftentimes tho or argument with another.
Micasukc.. 470. gcjuous
Major Dade'd Troop, the enemy occasionally Mica-no-pe- -80- vicious enactments, that can be con 2. I never saw an instance of one of

: firing from the opposite bank:-at that Abram 70 ceived of. We recollect one legislative two disputants convincing the other by
,(negro) .
place, the advance attempted to cross, and Wee-a-t lor-ko-mat-lcr, 70 council of Ie'lorida"hich was composed of argument. I have seen' many of I them getting -

members from twelve different states. There warm, becoming rude,, and shootingone
Lieut. hard was killed, and Captains San Ytr-har-kar-jot 100
Tos-kee-ee-ear were of course, therefore, at least a dozen
'i'; tier and Armstrong slightly wounded E chee-a-mat-ler, 50 50 different opinions upon every Jaw that was 3. Convincing is the effect of our own
the advance was then recalled, and the army Flat-fllaw-E-mailee, 30 proposed, and when it came out of the. dispassionate reasoning: either in solitude

immediately entrenched on the north Charles, (negro) 3 ands of the legislature: it was nearly sure. on weighing within ourselves, dispassionately

,, bank, in a log fort two hundred feet square, Co-a-harjot \ tu be the veriest patchwork imaginable what we hear from others, standing
,' here a feature from the code and uncommitted in argument ourselves.
the ,
to protect crowing of the river. In the To-pa-Iar-gie, 40.
there a feature from the laws of Connecticut 4. It was one of the rules, which above
the hostile Indiww --
night erased above and 1061 -here a provision engrafted from Ala. all others, made by Dr. Franklin the most

below the camp, and on the first day, while bama,and there one brought from Kentuc. amiable: of men in society,** never to contradict
two-thirds or the army were cutting logs It is supposed by the friendly Chiefs!., ky-no son of Jacob ever wore a coat of any body. If he was urged to

&c. and one-third under arms, largo par. that not more than fifteen hundred Indian s I half so many various colors as distinguished I announce an opinion, he
i qty of Indians got within rifle distance onThree and negroes were engaged in the late aftaii r any new act of the Legislative Council of f: asking questions,as for information, or bf
Florida. In 1822, the members of the Le., suggesting doubts.
Gen. Gaines. .
fides,and commenced an attack: ; they Council ,
gislauvo were assembled
hastily b. When I bear another an
immediately driven from the ground On the evening of the 14th inst. th e all express opinion
were from quarters. A member from Kentucky 1 1twe
which is not mine I to myself
1 and in such a hurry they had not time t 0: Alabama and Florida volunteers, and th
take off their dead. For six days toe, Marines from the U. S. Frigate Constella. think that is the name) of the laws of Ken, why should I question it? His error doe

lion, sent here while site was at Key Westleft tucky; a facetious,half-witted member,who I mo no injury, and shall I become a Don
night i the Indians were continually harassing Fort Bn eke with ten days provisions"' had recently come from! St Louis, Missouri : Quixotte, to bring all men by force of ar:

t the troops, and no doubt many of them probably to build a bridge and forty stock). 'his, had, by mere thrown accident, in the hurry ol gumerrt to one opinion
departure, into his trunk ,
a borrowed If fact be
6. a misstated it is probable
w?re killed, M ,the men were frequently ado to protect the- delwsit of provisions am J copy of Geyer' Digest of the laws I be is gratified by a belief of, it,and 1 t"TC

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can this meant1- said !. 'Then 1 took a sand types arc picked up singly and put in Of the over-tossing deep: 1a4
of the
no right to he deprive him gratification.lio will ask guinea from my !pocket, and holding it up their (roper| places fur each day's |layer, it Or where the mournful nightwindsPalo \
If wants information,
'Ohl! will not extraordinary occasionally '
to Hollo/ said I. appear winter1 robes have spread,
it and then I will give it in measured terms. my peeper, again will into the
of get
one or
0. If be still believes his own s'ory, 110110, returned they. So,so, my boys,1cried place or that in making up a body Above their narrow palaces, y
I like Ualamn't ass are wrong
and shows a desire to dispute the fact with you arc the containing so small parts, errors In the cities of the dead!
and It is his you; you could not speak until you saw
I hear him, say nothing. : of
foe, shouU occur. It is a matter
affair,not mine,if he prefers error. Angel the daily press especially, is as correctas I'took around and feel the awe
9. There arc two classes of disputantsmost like Of who walks alone
I WEALTH AND POVERTY. Wealth, it one

frequently to be net with among enlered us. charity covers a multitude of sins." Old, Among the wreck of former days,

The first is of young students just the first and trite as this saying is,it is not l less true.I A young lady telling an old In dismal ruin strown. k kI
threshold of science wilh
the ; Honest in while gentleman that she was in love with his estate

views of its outlines,not yet filled up with gilded villany poverty will may receive pine neglect, and Take it, madam," says he, and start to hear the stirring sounds .
and modifications which) a fur. patronage for From the .
details lca\rsof
the promotion in the world. then you will |possess two-thirds of me, withered' tree; '
know! *
ther progress:: would bring to their my mind you have already, and my whole For the voice of the departed 1

edge. INIUAN WAURAMT. At the Court in!i being consists of hut mind, body and estate. Seems borne upon tho breeze.
10. The other consists of the ill tempered then the juvenilefair
Itarnstahlc county, formerly, says Judge]! rejoined
and rude men in society, who have Iavisin hiscditionof .Morton's New Kng- -it would be very unreasonable to rob That solemn voice! it mingles with j

taken up a passion for politics. land Memorial, we often heard} fioin our ,you of all three Pray keep your body for Rich:: gay and careless strain! -
11. Good humor and politeness: never 4
:aged friends and Vineyard gentlemen,anutsung yourself:
introduce into mixed society a question I scarce can think earth's tninsjrcls' ,
anecdotes of Indian rulers. 'rho following
which they foresee there will be a difference warrant was recollected, which was I DIFFICULTY OF PLEASING; ALL. Those Will cheer my heart again.

of opinion. issut.J'by one of those Indian Magistrates, I who have must to give, are most likely to Tho glad song of tho summer wave, .;
12. Be a listener only, keepithin of man's ingratitude. For this
i complain
directed to an Indian Constable. The thrilling notes of birds, .
the habit of silence especially in his of 5,
yourself I Hihoudi .reason, a king observed, that power mo"
Can bo'so dear
In the fevered state of difficult never to
politics. present You Peter Waterman dispensing Savors was the most .ai;:

our country, no good can ever result from Jeremy Wicket task of royally-since ho never gave a place As their remembered word. I !
to set of these fiery zealotsto ; discontentedand .
any attempt one but he made ninety-nine
Quick take him away
rights, either in facts: or principles. Theyare Fast you hold him, ungratetul subjects. Nearly to the I sometimes dream their pleasant smiles : : I

determined as to the fact they will believe you him same purpose was lord B's answer' ,on being Shall on me sweetly.fall.; t
Straight bring :
,and the opinions on which they will Before mc-lllllOUDI.you asked why ho discontinued annual balls. Their tones of love I faintly hear. I. ) :

act He said"his rooms were not large enough; My name in sadness call. r

13. Get by them, therefore, as you TAKING A LIBERTY. The most singular to contain moro than, two hundred persons, .* i
1 know that
would an angry bull; it is not for a man of instance of: British J pride! is related of a and he feared making all above that num they Bro happy, Ii

sense:; to dispute the road with such an an. ,man known in 'his time by the namo of the ber, who were his friends, his enemies: for With their! angel (plumage on, ',

itnal. :Proud Duke of Somerset This pillar he had observed, that those ladies who were But my heart is very desolate

of "the Corinthian capital of polished| society invited, forgot it before tho next year; but To think that they aro gone!
THE At the of Bom-
BHOTIIEKS. siege ," married a second wife. One day those who were not invited, never forgot i it ,: ..
me in 1599, two Spaniards, brothers, who, with an affectionate case, she suddenly during their lives"ELOQUENCE SHarCnc me t( rurt. ---- ;
in life had
been ne
having separated early ,
I threw her aim round his neck, and fondly PORT OF KEY ".E8T..lIIARCII 26.
each other since that time sud
seen ,
ver EXTR.OHDINARA committee -
saluted him. Madam said the
met on the field of battle. Having unmanly I ..lJIlRIYED.L II
the construction of a cer
recognized each other, they ran and fell ou :peer, "My first wife was a Percy, und she lam turnpike man on once addressed the meeting i !Match 19-Sp Schr San Antonio, Gar I t ? '
would taken such )
each other's necks,and while in this close not liberty"TIIE in the following language" Who among rcga, Havana, poultry, Sic to A. Esteva. +,

embrace, their heads were at once carriedoff mark the onward 20-Schr Ily'derMy, Gould, Reef, bal
i TitUEi \VO.- VERS OF WOMLN. 1st. you, gentlemen, can
by a cannon shot, the bodies falling to I march of Internal without last to master.
at fifteen, they wonder whom they shall Improvement,
the ground together. of for the 22-Brig Aldcberonto, Davis, St Marks,
take; 2d, at twenty-five, they wonder whom cherishing feelings pride present mdz for Providence, R. I. to master. 6
they shall get; and 3d, at thirty-five, they glory of your country! The stupendous
THE WEDDING. If there be a scene in when I Sloop Brilliant, J. Packer, Reef ballast: 4 "
wonder who will take them! work now under construction, completed j
the wide world on which the eye of )heaven will bo an additional star in the to master.
could rest with complacency, it is when SELF-IMPORTANCE. Some Frenchmanwho coronet of our nation's greatness; millions Sloop Alert, Bratnan, Reef, to master.
two hearts are bound in that tie which "no Sloop Morning Star, Browne Reef to i
)had landed on the coast of Guinea, will admire the patriotism and enterprise of ,
man can put asunder.1' And to those who found a negro Prince Heated under a tree the citizens of county the !hog trade maste". a
are fond of observing the various scenes of which will be S3-Schr Caledonia, fioxic, New Or
on a block of wood for 'his throne, and of Kentucky will be secured,
life, the wedding day incident will afford a three or four negroes,armed with wooden of immense benefit to this flourishing vii 'leans, mdz to master. ;;

theme in which fancy can revel in wild and pikes, fur his f guards.= His sable Majesty huge, which I can already picture as one of Sloop Entcrprize, Cruson, Tampa Bay. i
it is time Fish to F. A.
luxuriance. Browne.
happy Although a world! I therefore a is
anxiously inquired, "Do they talk much of the proudest cities in the -
for rejoicing, as every pretty face will tell no in France' ?" gentlemen, motion that we appropriate 24-Schr Fair American, Fitch, Reef ,)

by the smile that plays upon ityet at times, an additional wheel barrow and two to master. t
a solemnity will steal unawares over the 25-Schr May Flower Tarr New Or
ADVICE TO A BRIDE. Hope not for shovels for the use of the workmen. {
mind, and as wo ponder upon the future perfect l happiness said Madame de !Main- leans, mdz to master.

that is all wrapped in darkness, until our tenon to the princess of Savoy on the eve A SLY IIINT. The Rev. Mr I).-of SAILED.
feelings will be fora moment lost in a wild his March 19-Schr Wm & John, Mcllus, '
of her N- used
marriage with the Duke of Burgundy to go to neighbor every .
rich reverie.Ho ; there is no such thing on earth, and Saturday evening to borrow lire dollars: ;i t

who passes through life without ever though there were it would not be (bund which he always returned on Monday moo 20-Sloop Index, Willse, Reef. Et

feeling the soft raptures of that .charm at the court. Greatness is exposed to afflictions ning. As the same money which bad been Sloop Eden, Fish, Havana.
which woman possesses, when has whi 22-Brig Aldeheronto, Davis, Providence
ago often more severe than those of a lent was invariably returned in payment,
tened his locks, .and the incidents of )his private station. Be neither vexed nor the lender became surprised at the repetition Sloop Morning Star, fireman, Havana.: t

pilgrimage pass in review before him, will ashamed to depend on your husband.: Let of a request to singular, and caked for 26-Sloop Enternrize, Cruson, Havana

acknowledge that wedding scenes are sunny him be your dearest friend, your only con an explanation. The good old parson replied Schr Caledonia, Hoxic,Savannah.

spots that glitter on the landscape of his fidant. Hope not for constant harmony in that he bad no use for the money but -.

memory; they are scenes in.which he would the married state. The best husbands and on Sundays,for he could preach much bet .I', OTICE term of is the hereby given that the spring -- "
become interested Superior Court for the
willingly an participator, wives are those who bear occasionally from ter with a five dollar bill in his pocket flian Southern Judicial District of Florida
for he feels that lie is alone the world field
now ; each other sallies of ill-humor with patient. if it was empty. If our readers havo the in the city of Key West, is postponed by
there is heart that beats in unison with'
no mildness. ,Be obliging without putting: sagacity which we believe they peeress, the His Honor James Webb, Judge of said '

his, no hand to smooth the fillow where, great value on your favors. Men arc ty., above story may suggest to them tho reason District, to the second Monday io Juno

I anguish dwells,nor hang with fondness rf rents/>who would-be free themselves and why we some times write no better.-[New ensuing, being the thirteenth day of said
affection over the fevered frame. month, at which time Jurors, witnesses p
have us confined You need not be at the i Bedford Mercury.
But very different are the young: and en. parties, and all other*concerned will attendaccordingly.
: to examine whether their be -'
pains rights
thusiastic, when they mingle In the wedding well founded; it is enough if they are established. A DANDY.- dandy once ordered a THOS. EASTIN t

joy, and gaze upon' a happy groom and smiling Pray God to keep you from pair of pantaloons! to set exceedingly close, Marshal]

bride. gain a thousand fairy. jealousy. The affections of a husband arc and as the tailor was going, said after him, r1-t1JOT/CE.-ALDrN M.JACrcwn
links .
woven in a around them by the A.
never to gained by complaints, rcproaclies Remember, now, they must be perfectly 1. is r'
busy hands of Cupid. If then fancy ia my agent and attorney in fact dur.
centred in an object, they long to make.: or sullen behaviour.-" tight.them" If I can: get into them, I shan't take ing March m 7 absence. JAMES WKliB.

her their bride,to see her cheerful and happy 7,1838. (1t-1I ,
and if not their around PROFANE SWEAR NGI Some p'c'm'ohave *' .
; roam In
eyes FroovJhe Boston Pearl.
tind a fair one worthy of the affections they: perhaps unconsciously at the time A Resort for Invalids.
contracted an odious, a criminal practice ol f THE DEPARTED.
to bestow. Yes: at such times there I SUBSCRIBER Laving settled

is a rapture in the thought, a joy in anticipation profane know is swearing, which they cannot Lot BY PARK IIE1fU L"f. himself on Indian Key, baa deter. 4
of that s disgraceful to themselves as well mined to
day when the sun shine I open for boarding and
'sweetly upon their happiness; when tbeii as offensive to Heaven, but of which they. Ti sweet believe of the absent welovo; ( favorable believing it to be one of the t

destiny will be linked with another; he tc t find it difficult to correct Ihvmsclvw.-, If wo miss them below we shall meet them moll situation in the United

protect and cherish, she to love and soothe, CryHostom has an excellent rule to enablepeople above. State for person who are suffering from
Thus ; to break off this' censurable practice. p1Imooarydipeptie and numerous chronic
one wedding creates another
there be ; ma) "Every time you let slip an oath, a:1I"IC, The departed! the departed! disease, and obliged to seek a refuge from !
many. tbe chill
blast of .
a northern winter, be feels
punish thyself by missing the next meal. They visit us: in dreams; safe io saying tbat Indian Key cannot be
A sailor been for his behavior Such a course as this, though troublesome:
good And! they glide above our memories,, surpassed for beauty, health and climate.
promoted from a foremast man to a I to the flesh, will prove profitable to the Likeahadows Frost hu never beea known here-the
boatswain, was ordered on shore by hit I spirit, and cause quick amendment; t for the thermometer seldom below 66 or 60 in wjn.; 1

captain to receive his commission at t pi e tongue will need no other monitor to make But where the cheerful lights of homo ter,nor up to 90 Jo summer. It is entirely

Admiralty Office. Jack went accordingly) it take heed of swearing another time, if i il t In constant !ustre bum, exposed to tbe sea from every point of tbe

and thus described his\ reception afterwards a: has been punished with hunger and thirst The departed-the departed( compass.

to bis companions: "I bore away largcJ8aid for its former transgression, and knows it) Can The fare of lit table and bar shall b. a
n: shall be so never more return. good a* the market will afford and
he, for the Admiralty Office; and o punished again if it ever com experienced atletided i

entering the harbor I espied a dozen or Iwi, mits the crime hereafter.1* for by lodging gentlemen servants. room
The good, the brave the beautiful! and (amUie'neatly
gnill-driversl hailed word said I ,
'em; not a arranged. Tbe undersigoed hope- .

they 'Hello"! again said I. Not a word I ERRORS OF TUB P&ZU..Wben It ia, How dreamless their sleep, hf diligent attention and industry to mere*

said they. Shiver my topsails, but what t known that from fitly.to a hundred thou, Where roll the dirge-lilio usio .the custom of Lit trends* and tbe publict

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_. -thi'researcftcst \\cre made, 'hia' file, re heart, thd'real eujoymerU most e'xpenericed I from the 'storm, take imp his bed and bedding -
'_- =-'-'- >'t. ':,, "=-c"'J .mains: ;t. mystery to tins' d=-Srretdl Ii'at all ; not in trending the complicated labyrinth and decamp out of (the citadel, leaving

: _. __. 111SCCLLA,1iLOU. \ (Book of Character. j bt'politics; not amidst'the glare of 1 1i Ilcr ladyship perfect master of the fortres .
S.llUMRUVr..1.Fm. :. Lord S.Va i .. :r4 w+ri yIIUMAN i iiisluon, hot surrounded by the toils of state. I ?. There is no other alternative when

the 'fivuiiif ?f George II. and one of tho I' LIFE. ) R Like the poor player, \vherl'his hour of I a henpecked gentleman sees himself in this

Generals of I he British army at tho.briltlo 'Tis wearisome to think ,I' mimic greatness is passed, c\'en'lh rulersof 1 predicament, than to back out forthwith,
of Drttinifcn. The depositions of MarHialIeiVoaillcs -' the earth eagerly strip themselves, whenever I even though he had been at the storming
| : were so judicious that-nothing What ( may,brjng. an interval ot'ease is afforded! of the of Gibraltar. Same qui petit should ic
y hut the impetuosity of a subordinate There are times when affliction and misfortune artificial Ornaments and disguises: that in I his watchword the moment he discover

French officer, saved the allied, ) army from. weigh heavily upon man-when public they arc forced to wear, but which I the least spEck: of war in the horizon of

,Jcstructlon, nnd even gave them ah unexpected disappointment sears the heart, and the are shown to be incumbrances by the alacrity I female politics.-[N. Y.Star.
victory. The' consequence! was that keen tings of agony pierce the inmost soul.It : !. they evince in dispensing with them.

Lord S, who was tho only person Ihltt is then we pine in sorrow i and yield to Fn.tn l he privacy of'home they i issued into MY LIFE IS LIKE THE SUMMER

seemed to be sensible of the unskilfulmovements the bitterness of despondency. A wreck public life; the privacy of home they revis ROSE.

of the Allies, but whose sentiments lessness of life follows, and the most tender whenever occasion permits. and not lit HON. R. H. WILDE.

wero disregarded, lost the favor of,and refined feelings become callous and'I even the "round and top of power" can]\ My life is like the summer rose

his sovereign, and retired from the army in subservient to the canker that gnaws upon totally allure their mental vision from the That opens to the morning sky,

lli gust. On his arrival in London, he the heart, freezing up tho channels of af- contemplation of its soul-satisfying joys. And, ere the shades of evening close,

i proposed to reside on his estate in Scotland ; fsction and l love. Misfortune is the Cal thly i The greater parts of most men's lives is Is scattered on the ground to die.*

{, i 1 1 but some days: before his, intended'departure I portion of all. The youth as he arrives to spent in domestic scenes and familiar employments Yet on that rose's humble bed
letter in extraordinary manhood feels an indefinable somethingthat Tlie softest dews of night are shed.
he received a a very
; I ; it is wise therefore, so to live,
t As if she wept such waste to see-
calculated at once to stimulate tnture explains and the aged and
style, years j that those hours
may glide along in tranquil But none shall drop a tearfor me!
curiosity, in a mind not easily daunted. hoary headed veteran, whose head is covered] which the breath of
brightness, flattery cannot
!, welcomes': life is like the Autumn leaf
It desired an interview at a pirticular time with the frost ot eighty winters, : the My
dimple, nor gaudy light pleasure
business of the utmost! the tomb, his only resting place from earthly -j f That trembles in the moon's pale ray
and place, upon gild. To bo happy at home, goal of all Its hold is frail-its date is brief-
importance, and requiring him to come un- grief and sorrow. True there are bright wishes it is for
our ; the object which ambi- Restless, and soon to pass away ;
attended. His lordship, who did not pay and flowery pictures in life:-for a brief
tion pants and industry labors; but which Yet when that leaf shall fall and fade,
immediate attention to this letter, received space of time they are enjoyed by all-by cannot he attained, unless ardor he repressed The parent tree will mourn its shade,

another the next.day, in terms still moro the rich man, revelling in luxury, ai.d by I by prudence, and virtue be joined with The wind bewail the leafless tree,
energetic. This second summons appeared thcpoor man pining in poverty. But are diligence. But none shall breathe a sigh for met.!

too singular to be disregarded. Lord S. there no sorrows to succeed, which cloud *file daily or Florida rose, opens, fades,

therefore, went to the place appointed, and furrow the brow, and throw the mcnlle I ON ,)EATJI !-"Heavens! what a mo- and perishes, during the Summer, in less

without any attendants, but not unarmed : of despondency over the evanescent shad ment must be that, when the last flutter than twelve hours.ANSWER..
devoid of fear when ? Look ut the world. He who once I --
nor was he absolutely ows expired on our lips! What a change! Tcll
lio entered one of the bye-places, that, in sported HI pleasure's bowers, and revelledin I me ye who are deepest read in nature and .-BY A LADT.

the metropolis, most commonly indicate luxury-he who imagined that the future in God, to what new worlds are we borne? TO !MY LIFE IS LIKE TilE SUMMER non"

the residence of poverty and wretchedness. could bring no grovelling reverse of fortune -I What new being do we receive Whither The dews of night may fall from Heaven

h lie went up a dirty staircase into a garret,' is now an outcast-a grief struck and I has that spark that unseen, that uncom- Upon the withpr'd rose'a bed,

where, by the glimmering light, he perceiveda helpless wretch, exposed to the taunting I prehended intelligence fled? Look upon And tears of fond regret be given,
To the virtues of the dead!
man, stretched! upon a bed, with every appearance jeers of those who once cravingly sought 'the cold, livid, ghastly corse that lies before Yet morning's sun the dews will dry
of extreme old age. and enjoyed his bounty, and he who once That
but shell and
you was a a gross And tears will fade from sorrow's eye
"My lord," said this unexpected object, Celt the piercing demands of want-he, earthly covering, which held for a while Affection's pangs be lull'd to sleep,
I I was impatient to see you. I have heard who, m l ho anguish of a heart overburdenedwith the immortal essence that has now left it And even love forget to weep.

a of your fame. Bo seated,you have nothing grief, almost cursed the hour of his -left it, to range, perhaps, through illimitable The tree may mourn its fallen leaf
existence! the who in humility
to apprehend from a man a hundred and being sought space; to receive new capacities of de- And Autumn winds bewail its bloom
twenty-five years old." Lord S. sat down the very crumbs that fell from the I light, new powers of perception, new glo- And friend; may heave the sigh of grief
! wailing with the utmost impatience for the rich 'man's table, is now the lordly aristocrat ries of beatitude! Ten thousand fancies O'er those who sleep within the tomb:
refusing the very comfort which poverty Yet soon will spring renew the flowers,
rush the
+' unravelling\ of this extraordinary adventure, upon as it contemplates the
in other had him And time will bring more smiling hours
compelled to
while the centenary proceeded to inquire awful moment between life and death! It
In heart all will die
seek. Wliat is wealth when the friendalup's grief ,
whether his lordship had not occasion for possessors is a moment big with imagination's greatest And even love forget to sigh.
certain writings that related to his familyand sinks inlu the Rrae7 Tn a mere nothing hopes and fears; it is the consummationthat
,, heir clutches it and clothes; The the
-the prodigal tea may on shire
his fortune Yes, replied his lordship clears mystery-resolves all doubts
.. world himself and Lament each trace it bears
the and
misery sorrow. away ;
emotion I want certain I which contradiction ,and destroys
with papers, removes
The heart its
What when and fears alter- only grief may pour '.
I is power, cares
the loss of which hat deprived mo of a error. Great God what a flood of O'er cherished friendship's: fast decay
threaten holder's
il3 ? Whatis
great part of my inheritance. "There," nately stability rapture may at once burst upon the departedsoul. Yet when all trace is lost and gone,
tame, when the wretch who has
returned tho old man, giving him the key of & vain acquired The unclouded brightness of the The waves dance bright and gaily on,
a small casket,"there arc those writings de it, after years of study and vexation, celestial regions-the [pure existence of the i Thus soon affection's bonds-arc torn,
descends to the loathsome tomb? A mere And even love forgets tomonrn.
posited. 'fo whom, said his lordship, etherial being-the !solemn secrets of na
cobble that bursts when the frail tei.etnenl
the moment he discovered the treasure, ** to ture may then be divulged; the immediate
to exist. And what all TRIALS OF A SCHOOL !MASTER.
ceases arc ou. as
whom am I "indebted for this inestimable unity of the past, the present and the future -
the old (pirutions:-our ardent longings and desires, of Master. Boys-Noah had three sons
favor? Oh my son, replied man, ; strains unimaginable )Jarmony, ,
but the looking forward to a goal, which, Shern Ham and Japhet. Now who
".come and embrace your great-grandfath forms of imperishable beauty may then was
like the dagger that crossed the vision of the father of Noah's three ?'
er." My grcat-grandfdiher! interrupted suddenly disclose themselves, bursting up- sons
his lordship| with inexpressible .astonish Macbeth, disappear when grasped, at. on the delighted senses and bathing themin i (The boys of the 'third class' pause-

1 ment. But how much more was 'he astonished HOME.- immeasurable bliss! The mind is lost ,look dubiously at their teacher-hut thereis !

rl when his ancestor informed him that in the excess of wondrous__ l light and_ dares i. no reply' )
t he was the masked executionerof Charles I He who examines human lift, with attentive not turn from the heavenly- vision to one Master. Wha can't you tell? Let me

I. An insatiable thirst for vengeance," eyes, will find that it is chiefly made so gloomy so tremendous as the departmentof illustrate. Here is \Mr. Smith, our next
continued he, impelled me to this abominable up of trifling incidents and petty occurrences the wicked! Human fancy shrinks back door neighbor: he has three sons, John,
crime. I had been treated, as 1 imagined ; thai our warmest wishes are often excited appalled." James, and Joseph Smith: Now who is the

r. I with the greatest indignity by my by objects of no particular moment; I father of John, James, and Joseph Smith

sovereign. I suspected him of having seduced and our greatest afflictions arise from bereavements FIRST :\ .-How deep, and I Boys. (All together. in eager, emulous

t my daughter. I sacrificed every or disappointments! which properly yet how delusive, are first impressions.- strife,) Mr. Smith.?

sense of loyalty and virtue to revenge this considered, should; nqt occasion a sigh. We gaze upon a beautiful !face-we listen 'I Master. Certainly!-that's correct
' 'I' into all the The distresses of mind of most common Well let the first
Imaginary injury. entered to an ingenious tale-we are enrapturedby now us turn to question.
designs of Cromwell, find his associates--I occurrences are but insect stings, which the harmonics of a melodious; voice; the 'I Noah had three sons-Shem, Ham, and \

y ''(mod tli9 way to his, usurpation pven' re- smart for a moment,and are over; and the one flits away, the ether, es upon the ear, Japhet. Now who was the. father. of No-

fined on 'engcancc-f ;solicited Cromwellto vast majority of earthly pleasures are ex- and becomes a dream, a vision.of the past ah's three sons?'

let mo l>c tho executioner, to fill up the pciienccd in the 'pursuit of some unreal -but the effect on our hearts is produced, Boys. (Unanimously, after little lies

measure of my guilt; the unhappy king good, alluring ut a distance,but despised as and shape and direction arc given to our itation,) Mr. Smith!'

knew, before the fatal blow, the man that soon as won. The! bubble that charmedby thoughts, and feelings, and opinions. Pre- A late Dublin Magazine Kas a story I

was to inflict it. From that day my soul its beautiful rotundity and crystal brightness judice-how often is it the result of mis- !what akin to this, save'that the some'I'I

has l been a prey to distraction and remorse. turns to water in grasp; and the pros- representation, uncontradicted and nnex- pupil were alike thick headed. An Irish

I have been an exile, voluntary outcast, pect that from afar seemed green with verdure plaincd, until, after cankering for years, it tutor is examining a lad in ,Scripture His-
in Ivirope and Asia, near four score years.I and rich fruitage, on near approach, has sunk so deep that the removal of the tory: '

Heaven: as if to punish me with severer is found to be cheq'lered with the same diversity cause does not even modify, much less remove Tut. 'le there account given in
t has prolonged existence beyond which characterized the scenes that the effect. any
rigor, my Friendship-!how often Phclim, of a /dumb baste speak ;
the ordinary term of nature. This casket were previously passed. does it lean on the first suggestion of the Scripture :
I is the only remains of my fortune. 1 came\ The only fountain in the wilderness of, heart, and find its prop a broken reed. Lad. Yes.' ; ., I
here to end my wretched days; I had heard life, where man may drink of waters totally And love-how often have the rainbow Tut ." k.
+ that
'What Ui
t dumb it
unmixed with bitterness c, ,''"$ \
of your disgrace at court,so much the reverse t is that which gushes t cdoringsof its early sky been dimmed and space?' "
: of what our virtues merited: and I forth in the calm and shady recesses of blighted, and all its fond hopes been .1
Lad. It whale '
sep .
vas desirous, before I breathed my last, to, domestic love. Pleasure may beat the ulchivd in a desolate and broken heart was a : ,
Tut. whale
Yes. To did the
7, contribute thus t bout welfare. AH the heart into artificial excitement; ambition bccanso jt built upon first impressions. whom

return I ask is, that you leave me to my may delude it with its golden dream; war speak '
wretched fate, and shed a tear to ilia memiry may indurate its fine fibres,and diminish its After all, there is Lad. To Moses, in the bull-rushes!l'
nothing so potentialso : Tut. True. What did the whale
lone long ,sensitiveness but it is domestic say
of ono whoso repentance, 1 1h ; only love omnipotent we
were going to to Moses : '
say-as a thebull-rushes.?
leaatexpiatc his crime. that render it
al l LordS. can happy woman's
hope may I
tongue. Only the Lad. to
get steam Almost me
up thou persuadest
his honry i It has been remarked
pressed ancestor to justly ancient
earnestly: I I by an on this machine, and where is the man who be a Christian!'
retire with him to Scotland, and there to 1\writer, that of the actions which claim our would not thrice
live, for the remainder his days, under a\'attention, the most splendid are not always non's mouth" than prefer to enter "the can Tut.' Very well. What was Moses'reply
encounter its We ?
fictitious name, Ho long withstood all I the greatest; and there are few human beings have known lately
those entreaties but weaned out at length j'' who are not aware,that (hose outward I happening 'lo touch a poor gentleman who, Lad, Thou art the man!" "\.>

t h by importunity, he consented l, or rather I circumstances of pomp and affluence which:with one of these upon ladies the wrong cord Could there be any thing more, broadly. I

Deemed to consent. The next day, howevr ,are looked on with admiratjon; and envy,:down upon 'him worse testy than she came burlesque than this I

'< when his lordship returned, he found seldom create happiness in the bosoms of earthquake, so that> a typhoon or
that.; his repentant greal-grandf'ther: had the jwssessors. It is in the unrestricted he had: justice was obliged, though HIST TO THE Dtspo." PDic.-Most misfortunes -
J intercourse of ( on hb side, and was most be turned into blessings by
the. ppotj and, notwithstanding all the domestic cinJeyhere. may
-\IJiUfil ( deeply
1 ,.. : .. ( wronged, to retreat precipitately I watching the tide of affairs.



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