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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: April 30, 1836
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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\ BY J. ATKINSON. KEY WEST, FLORIDA, APRIL 30, 183G. NUMBER 18.-VOLUME


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-- -- -- -- Guardians, or obtaining supplies of provisions, wood of ,
! matters relating to } states,
be made to provide for our subscribers a
statorshalt ; '
The West held the Judges in the depart withaitbeing eubject to "
Key Inquirer. pleasant and useful fireside companion. Wards, &c. arc by '
tho above ordinances unless the master of
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several countiesscmi-alinuaUy.
of the
-- In ak the liberal
I return we support the said'vc8sel shall request a pilot to take 1 :
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rUBLTSHRD WEEKLY AT public. E. CHANDLER. APPELLATE COURT.The charge of ;such vessel and take her out over :,r

FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. I C. R. SESSIONS. Court of Appeals consisting of the the Bar ; for which/ services ho shall receive a ,

Q Subscribers at a distance must pay in TallahasseeMid. Flor. of the several Superior Courts; is th erained usual fates of pilotage. All pilots de 't"

advance,or have an agent in this city' (O)::r-Editors friendly to the advancement held Judge annually at Tallahassee on the first 00 board ot any vessel, by the request 1.-
of literature, will confer a favor by giving of her commander, shall receive for ijI'
ADVERTISEMENTS: inserted at the rate of the above an insertion in their paper. Monday in January. each and daY'8 service three dollars
One Dollar and Fifty Cents square, (of every 11
per M1913t C. & S.
and above his Fishing
fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, and I OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. per day,over pilotage. 1
Smacks and Wrecking Vessels& shall not
FLORIDA DIRECTORY. :
Cents for each
Sevcntv-Five subsequent John
District of St. .l\ugllstine-Collector,
be subject to this ordinance.'
continuance. All Advertisements will be Compiled for the Key Went Inquirer. Rodman.
Sec. 4. Be iUurthel"oroained" "7 bat any
will be corrected and addition
continued until otherwise ordered. None Any error -
made on the Editor's being notified of such District of l'eDsacola-Collector, Robert vossel having passed the buoy on the Bar of ..
will be considered less than .a square. the NorthWest Passage, before haying
error or omission. Mitchell. Inspector R. A. Mitchell. Surveyor ,
(f T No subscription will he discontinued Wm. M. Loftin. been boarded by a pilot shall not.be obliged! t:

(unless at the option of the Editor,) until all EXECUTIVE. to take the same ; but,incase a, pilot; goes. '

arrears are paid. Governor, JOHN II. EATON. Secretary, District 'of St. Johns-Collector, James on board by the request of her captain,then' :

GEORGE K. WALKER.Relegate Dell. Inspector, Horatio Dexter. he shall receive the usual pilotage. I' ,
All letters to the Editor on business. :Sec.:; 5. Be it further ordained! ,, That all '

must be Post Paid. LEGISLATURE.The District of St. Marks-Collector, Jesse II. vessels bound into the Portof' Key West, f
In and spoken by a pilot, Boca Cbica bearing I
--- -- Legislative Council in composed owentysix f Willis Inspector Burr II. Duval.
PROSPECTUS t members, divided among nineteen spector, Augustus Steele, Tampa Bay. North, or North Westerly, shall pay full
pilotago at the same rates as though she bad
Counties, as follows. Leon, Jour;; i
OF
vcambia, Two; Gadsden, Two ; Jackson District of A palachicola-Collector, G. J. been brought 1n,over,the main ship channel. '

The Florida Intelligencer. Two; Jefferson Two; St. Johns 7tro; Floyd. Inspectot, W. D. Price. All vessel arriving and not having, been
spoken by a pilot before passing' the above
alton, Washington, Franklin, MadisoD.1
IT has been subject of invidious -
frequently a named limit, and being three miles from the
Hamilton Columbia Alachua Duval I Nas-
observation that amidst District of West CollectorWilliamA.
so populous and Key light house on Key West,shall bnly be subject
intelligent a community as that of Florida, eau One, each.Mosquito, Hillsborough, and Monroe, .bitebead. Inspector and Deputy', to pay half pilotage but'if' not spoken

so few native newspapers (if the term may Collector, Adam Gordon. Inspector., ate until after passing the aforesaid limits, in
be used( have been decently sustained. We phen R. Mallory. Temp. Weigher and I that case she shall be exempted from payingany
1\(.
WHITE
have all seen and deplored the evil; but the to Congress, Joscrtr Gauger, William II. Wall. Appraisers, pilotage. ,
people of the Territory are certainly a Charles M. Wells, George E. Weaver
ELECTIONS. ::;ec. 6. lle it.further ordained That all t
reading people; and it is thought that the I Inspectors, Charles Howe, Indian Key. vessels solving through the We Pass and

fault (if fault there be) can in almost every The elections for members of Legislative John Dubose, Cape Florida the East end of the Dr-tKock! >, to, UBB

instance be traced,either to the incapacity Council take place annually on the second Charlotte Harbor-Inspector, Alexander Westward of Sand Key, bearing Southwest
of those in October and DelegJtn to Congress ,
or negligence intrusted with the Monday ; Patterson.
shall full
management of the papers which have heretofore Biennially on the first Monday in i iay. passing pay tbeaforesaid.pilotage, but. limits if Dot;"pokeD and beiof until i

successively been projected. In the M BANKS..
three miles from Jtey West light only half
City Tallahassee, alone, as we arc inform. Bank of West Florida. Apalachicola', chartered
pilotage shall be recovered a
qutif
spoken
cJ, a print has been JUDICIARY. }
and
unwaveringly 1820-Capital. $500,000:
steadily, for several yearn; but probably it Superior Courts, having Admiralty Ju .. President Cashier. after passing, the aforesaid limits! ,, shall.be < q
exempted fronVpay ing pilotage;
has not met with the entire approval of all rl+ ictioD. -
and EASTERN DISTRICT- Sec. 7. Bait, filrlher ordained, That all '
under
parties, the the
that comprising
persuasion another l
Bank of Pensacola, Chartered 1831-Capital pilots who\ shall bring a'Vessel into ibis '
and a different print would be acceptable Counties Nassau, St. Johns, Dual, Columbia port;
,
$2,500,000. shall bo eutilldd ,
to her
to some and not altogether displeasing Alachua, Hillsborough and part of carry out,unless the
President, Walter Gregory, Cashier, commander can show good and, sufficient
to others,we have been induced! to issue the Mosquito.
present Prospectus.In Judge, ROBERT RAYMOND REID. Attorney, James Catlm. cause\ to tbq contrary. Ab1'n.s.a arriving;
assuming the charge of a public Press THOMAS DOCOLASS. Marshal, SAMUELBLAIR. .t this port without a pilot, shall have tuber ,
Batik
of St. Augustine. Chartered 1831 to without !
depart
ty
a pilot unless
we profess to be fully aware of the responsibilities the cap 1 '
Capital $300,000. tam shall wish one. ,

immense devolving power upon, and us.when It is wisely an engineof conducted The regular terms-are held as follows :- (Not yet in operation.) Sec.! .R. If any pilot shall speak vessel I\ i f

is calculated to advance the best interests For St. Johns and Mosquito Counties, at -- bound to'this port, outside the', limits, abd
of humanity. This paper i is intended St. Augustine on the second /Mondays i in Merchants and Planters Bank of Florida, the captain: of said vessel shall refuse to 'I' !

to subserve those interests. Cherishing' Match and October. For Nassau County, Tallahassee, Chartered 1832. take a pilot, ho shall be liable to'pay full, I

an ardent attachment to the free institutions on the second Mondays in April and No Capital $200,000. pilotage and the pilot so speaking himshall

of our native soil, we shall ever endeavor r ember. For Alachua,Columbia and Hills President, Cashier, be entitled,'ta carry said vessel put, unless i II M

to support them, and to impress on the minds: borough Counties, at Newnansville, on the Central Dank of the captain refuses to.take pilpt out,.in;' )
of the people a due sense of the inestimable Wednesdays after the third Mondays in i Chartered 1832 Florida, Tallahassee, which case tho pilot shall bo entitled. to half .. x
privileges they have inherited. To this April and November. And for Duvaltoun President Ben -Capital $1,000,000. pilotage out. -

end our columns will on all occasions be open tt' at Jacksonville, the first Mondays ir .Chaires. Cashier. LeslieA. Sec. 0. All pilotage shall be recoverable

to the advocates! of any rational system. May and December. Chancery.lermsar e Thompson. forthwith before aUf justice'of the peace i''

of general.education ;believing as we do, held at Augustine on the second Mondays Commercial Bank upon affidavit of any' pilot, that be spoke 1
that they only who understand their rights, in July and September Chartered! 1032,of Florida Apalachicola, said vessel ors boarded her; outside of the ,

can best appreciate and will most watchfully ::-Capital 500000. prescribed, limits* and that the captain,of I: |j
Not '
guard them. The public authorities, MIDDLE DISTRICT! 'Comprising the Conn ( yet in operation.) said vessel refuses to pay pilotage or, half! j!J

in due administration of theirlawful powers, ties of Leon, Gadsden, Hamilton,Jeffersonand pilotage in or out'as tbo case may be. .
will be su.tained-but, should an occasion Madison. Union )lank of Florida,Tallahassee, Chattered Sec. 10. All pilots shall have a good and

unfortunately present itself to our notice, Judge, THOMAS! RAN 4t.L. Attorney, 1833-Capital $3,000,000. sufficient pilot boat to cruise outside of the 'a; t
President
we will not hesitate to denounce what we I JAMES D. WESTCOTT. Marshal, THOMAS i ,John G. Gamble, Cashier, John Reef, and the game of such pilot boat shall V '
ParJthili
may conceive to be an a use. To promotemoralitytho E+TIN HAlf DO LPJf. I : be painted in legible letters in her mainsail 1"r, ,
general prosperity of our with the number of her brancn underneath
common country and especiall) the full de- The regular terms are held as follows I Farmers tered Bank of Florida, Mariana, Char the same. : ,

velopemeot of the rich resources of this For Hamilton County, at on the first 1834-Capital $7 ,000. .
Territory-to encourage the observance o Ian ] Mondays in June and December For (.Not in ooeration.. A Resort for Invalids. i .

orderly deportment in Iociet-to fostera !Madison Conntr, at San Pedro, on the Dank -- : .
of
Jacksonville
spirit of generous emulation Chartered 1135.: .
among our Thursdays after the first Mondays in June;
industrious citizens in their respective and December. And for the remainder of Capital $75,000.: r ;
branches of business. These (Not yet in operation.) A
are among tho District, at Tallahassee on the first
our objects. I
In the Mondays April and October. For the information of transient 'vessels t
proceedings of the Federal Government
Floridians are as intimately con passing Key West, we giyc'the following& THE SUBSCRIBER having settled

cerned as anyotler citizens of the United: WESTERN DISTRIcT-Comprising the RATES OF PILOTAqE .elf on Indian Key, has deter. t,
Countiesof
States, and entertain lscambialYiIton,11'asluingloo mined to open a HOUSE for )
as lively an interest l in boarding'and
Franklin and Jackson. as established by the County Court. "
the doctrines it avows and the measures f fpursues. it I lodging, and believing it to be one of tbew
Its act and principles, therefore. Judge, JOHN A. CAMERON. Attorney Be it ordered by the County Court,that all l most favorable situations in the United,
will improperly become the subjects of GJOR.GCV AIKEn. Marshal, J. W. EXUM. Vessels shall bo subject to the following States for persons who are suffering from" I Ji

calm!, but at the same time thorough consid rates. of.Pilotage. pulmonary,djsppptic and numerous chronic _
eration. In the politics of the Territory, The regular terms are held as follows- See:. I. AU vessels of War diseases, and obliged to seek a refuge from' I

of course a part must be taken ; not that o, For Escambia County,at Pensacola the drawings and not more \,PEa FOOT the chill blasts of a northern winter,he feels i I
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a blind zealot or infuriated partizan, but first Mondays :May and November. For than 14 feet, .$2.00 safe/in saying that Indian'Key cannot beIUrPused -
that of a dispassionate, and impartial Inqui i Walton County on the first ;Monday in Drawing 14 arid not more I for beauty, health and climate.
rer. In assuming this ground, which wil March and third Monday in November. than 18 feet, '. .'2 25 Frost has never been, known here-the .1' ,

resolutely be maintained, we pledge ourselves .I For Washington: County on the second Drawing 18 and not over thermometer seldom below 55 or 56 in win r,f I

thai every communication, of what Monday in March and fourth Monday in 21 feet, < ,,':'60 ter, nor up to'90in. summer. It is entirely r
soever nature, and from whatever source,] November. .Jackscii County, at Mari Over 21 feet, ,300 exposed tp the sea from every point of the .
will be thankfully received and ana, oa the third Monday in March and the Seo. 2. All Merchant Vessels compass. !, I'

to ; always under relpectfulI'l.attended first Monday in December And for Frank drawing 5 and not ) The fare of his table and bar shall be I

which (as being unshackled by personal ob lin County on the first Monday in April and over twelve feet, shall S I'JIFOOT good as tbcr market wil I afford nod attended at ;

ligation or party prejudice) we will strictly! Thursday after the third Monday in Decem Alpay. $1 60 ..by experienced/ servants. Private rooms "Ii

adhere to, that nothing scurrilous, or low, ber. ove 12 and not over [for lodging gentlemen, ladies, aDd families
or personally abusiveshall ever be admitted 10 feet, 2 00 'neatly arranged. The
into oar columns. SOUTHERN DlITR.ICT -ComprisinJ the All over 16 and not above diUgcntatlenuIh! and IInfenigne4'hopehy industry to' ,:
The progressive advancement in County of Monroe and' of 18 feet merit \a
the Arts: part Mosquito. 2 25 the cutto/n uf his friends and ,the
Sciences and General Literature of ur Judge JAMES \VEBB. All above 18 feet public
*rrn and o Attorney. WILLIAM shall pay 2 60 generally.' ,8. A. bPENCER.
groper notice other lands, will always receive MARVIN. Marshal 1'HOJUS'r"sTl't.' Sec. :J. Vessels arriving or departingthro'the Indian Key, Monroe County Terri)49

lighter works;of and our selections from the The regular terms are held at Key Wes, North West Passage, and drawing font tort of Florida, Novernber 7th 1835. f tf.
the day will, we nope, be on the first in feet or upwards
both Mondays May and November except such as are herein 0 rTheSUAiigu Herald.
instructing and } CharIesT
amusing to our reader*. after mentioned ton Courier
shall
PJiilsdelpl.ia
Measures have lisT' $2 00 Saturday Courier
already been taken for a fail COUNTY New York
interchange with some of the best COURTS. All Vessels bound .Advocate and Journal' and ,:
aewspa The County Courts through the North,Boston
having limited civil Commercial. '
dented a West Pass Gazette will
periodicals _od every effort wil ll jurisdiction and original and touching at Key West for; above five insertions give the VV
in
jurisdiction all the purpose of landing passengers, letters,' accounts t for and forward their'
rld8ee payment.'f>


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1\! THE UNITED-STATES',OF AMERICA.- Cotton. 'was saved and brought' to this port creed them on'*the'same as shall seemjus'1: -_ =

j' SOUTH ehi rClAr."DISTRICT*or'FLOr nt '"great labor Vnd: personal risk, as hey and as to"taty and justice may THK IQUI jE R.

I RIDA.-Ss. were stranded on open beach, exposed to And whereas, the Judge of the said KEY WEST, FLORIDA
1'0 the.7rarIuzl qf the Superior Court for the the breaks and swell of the sea. Where: Court for the' said District, liatli ordered

said District-GREETING. fore they pray that an attachment, with monition and directed on Monday the 16th day of SATUltDAVAPUIL30,1836. -

WHEREAS, David Cold, master: of the issue against the cargo ( bales of May next for all persons concerned to FROM CHARLOTTES HARBOK:
licensed! wrecking Schr Pco Dec, by his Cotton) and materials saved from the said he cited and intimated to appear at the 'THE IN;

s I Proctor Wm'U Hackley Esq., hath exhibit ship James, that thesame be sold by a decree I Court House at Key West in said District, DIANS. On Saturday 23d inst., the Sloop

ed his, Libel, for and on behalf of him!elf of this Court, and that from the proceeds : to skew cause, if any they have, why judg- Eden, Fish, arrived from Charlottes Harbor

and crew, and also for and on behalf of! of such sale,a reasonable and proper mentshauld'not pass as prayed. bringing the melancholy intelligence of the

tho misters and crews of the Sloops Loreto salvage bo decreed them. I You are therefore hereby authorised, em- I supposed murder, by the Indians, of }Dr

and Alert, stating, alleging, and propounding And) whereas, John H. Geiger, master of powered and strictly enjoined, peremptorily Crews at that place about the
: the licensed wrecking Schr Hester Ann, to cite and admonish all persons whatsoever 10th ins!._
That he arrived the second time to the itichard Roberts, master of the licensed having cr pretending to ha\eany rght, Dr. Crews was Inspector at Charlottes:

Ship) James (wrecked 1 on the Florida Coast, wrecking Schr Splendid, James Andrews, title claim or interest, in or to the said car Harbor, but being:succeeded by Mr. Pat.

to'the. northward of Cape Florida LightHouse master of the licensed wrecking Schr Arne-i go of cotton saved from the wreck of the terson, he had gone there preparatory to

,) on the 1 Ith April! mst., at D A. M., lia, and John Wood, master of the licensee said ship James, or to the boats, ringing, taking charge of his office. On the
(having been obliged lo leave her the first wrecking ,chr Caroline, have also, by their provisions, &c. also saved from tho sane: arrivalof
Mr. P. he
observed
time where he 'had arrived on the 7th April Proctor Wm R Ilackley Esq.,_ exhibited by serving on John S, Place ESII. late: master the houses where
inn. at 3 o'clock P. AI., in consequence of their Libel, staling! alleging and propoun of said ship this monition, and by leaving Dr. Crews had resided in ruin .

heavy weather and other causes,) and corn ding. That on Sunday the 3d day of April, with him tho said Placer a- true copy Information had reached Tampa: Bay and
menced taking in Cotton, the sea being while Geiger and Wuod were with theirvessels hereof, also by publishing this monition in Lieut. Powell of the Navy was despatched, :i

rough and the surfdangerouathrough.which in the harbor of Key West, they received the Key West Inquirer; arid by all other. for that with
the bales had to be rafted: by small! boats,, information that the Ship James lawful ways, mean, and methods whereby place a barge well manned, ;

which were several times in danger of was on shore to the north of Cape Florida, this monition may be made most for the purpose of ascertaining the state of

swamping. That the boats belonging to That consequently they got under weigh public and notorious, to be and appearat things in that quarter. On coming near :

tho sited. Schr Pee Dee the Sloops Alert at half past twelve,midnight) und proceeded the time and place aforesaid/, before the place of Dr. C.'s residence they observed 1
and Loreto were much injured in saving the on their way to her. That on their the Judge aforesaid, and also to attend an Indian Canoe
said Cotton, and that the lives of the men way up they fell in with and informed the upon every session and sessions tabu held passing from the j
; employed were also in great danger. That master of the Amelia with the fact, who there and from thence until a definite sentence shore to an adjacent island. They immediately 1

the Pro Dee during this time was at anchor then got under weigh for the wreck, and shall be read and promulged in the gave chase, but was unable to come i

, with 75 fathoms of chain cable ahead am who on his way infonned the master of ih.. said business inclusively, it' them or any of up with them until they had landed, when {j

: pitching bows under with the sea making a Splendid. Tint they all made the best of them shall think it their duty so to do, to the Indians ran, and were fired at by the 1

clear breach over her. That the bales of their way to the wreck, where the Hester I bear, abide by, and perform, all and singular men of the barge of them j
shooting
cotton so saved are wet and excessively Ann and Caroline arrived about 2 o'clockon such judicial acts as arc necessary and- one
heavy, which made the labour of hoisting Monday night,' and the Amelia and by law required to be done and expeditedin down, and the other (there being but two !

. them .out of the water on board the Ltbely Splendid at about 5 o'clock A. M.onTues- the premises; and further to do and receive in the canoe) gave: 'himself up as a prisoner,

f'( lant's vessels in a heavy sea, an act of great day morning. That the said Ship; James what unto law and justice shall appertain and was taken on hoard the Cutter Dallas, :
I 1\' danger and labour.. That the time in which then lay stranded on the beach on the eastern under the pain of the law and contempt which had arrived there. f
I. these throe vessels with 23 men were engaged coast of Florida, with 7 feet water in thereof the absence or contumacy of 1

in saving 109 bales of damaged Cotton her hold, and with the greater part of the them and gvcry of them in anywise not A despatch was then. sent to Tampa to j

amounted to 40 hours. cargo still below deck. That at about 7 withstanding. And whatsoever you shall convey information of the affair, and Gen.

tii:;Wherefore they pray that the process of o'clock of the same rnori.mg, permission io in the premises, you shall duly certify Smith, with 500 men, arrived at Charlottes IAi
s Court may: issue, taking into possession having been two days after and proceeded) I
i tho said 109 bales of Cotton and one wreck,, the Caroline and Hester Ann hauled place aforesaid,together with those presents. up
Hemp Cable, which was brought to this i alongside and commenced taking in cargo Witness, the! Honorable James Webb, the Miaca River, for the purpose of scour- y
part by tho vessels :aforesaid from the wreckof I both at the same time. That about: 12 o'- Judge of the said Court for the said Lis- lag that part of the Peninsula, and although a

tho raid Ship James, and that upon a I cloekthe Caroline and Hester Ann hauledoff trict, this 23d day oJ April A. 1]. 1836, several days 'had elapsed, nothing definitewas
hearing of tho cases and just salvage and of the Independence of the United
proper :.nd the Splendid and Amelia took their known of their operations.
(sr be decreed them l saving the same: places and at about 4 o'clock at night Imving States ALUEN the sixtieth A year.M. JACKSON Clerk. Some
"And whereas," William Barker, master of of tho effects{ of Dr. Crews was
i finished loading, they also hauled oil.: Therefore Know Ye, to all whom it may
licensed Citizen Jeremiah mind in the of those Indians
the wrecking Sloop That the Amelia canoe captor
stru heavily against the concern, that in pursuance of the above monition -
I Place,master of the licensed wrecking I Ship while alongside, and the :Splendidalso (main under the seal of the District ed, and from that fact as well as the buil.ings :/ -
Sloop Standard, Ira Gould, master of the [ lay ashore for about four. hours during (:ourt of the United :States: of An.erica for being burnt, leaves little doubt that
f I licensed'wrecking Schooner Hyder Aly, .which time they could not place more cot. the ou'bern District of Florida, to me di the Dr. has fallen
und Joshua B.'Smith, master of the licensed I ton on her. That the Libcllants four ves- rected and delivered, 1 hereby give public: a prey to the lawless sav-!
wrecking Sloop Actor, have exhibited sels notice to all persons in any manner interested -
i were manned with 38 besides
men age.We
their Libel 1, stating, alleging and propoun which 8 of tho crew of the Ship, who remained the Superior therein: that Court they to bo be and holden appear in aDd before for shall anxiously await further/ intelligence

ding: That the Ship James of Portsmouth, were employed! by the :Salvors: and) the said District, at the Court House inKey from that guar tcr.
John S. Place,master, while on her voyage paid for their labor by them. That tho Li- West, on Monday the 16th day of' We will now take occasion to repeat:
from' Mobile to New York, laden with Cot bellants arrived with their lading in Key :May, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of I'
tun, got ashore on the easterly side of the West on the afiernoon of Thursday the that day, then and there to interpose their what we have before said, that a force sufficient

Peninsula of Florida on or About the 27th 7th April inst. having had fine mild weather claims for the same, and to make their allegations to keep the Indians in check, should

\ March last That tho said Win' Barkerhaving while at the Ship and good winds to return in support thereof. he placed along the coast, unless the campaign -
, : received information of the said11ip's T1IOS. EAbTIN, U.S.M.
That on Sunday the lOih, the Splendid and By JOS. A. THOURON.D. !M. shall have been ended previous to
ashore in his said
being proceeded
Amelia
left at 6 o'clock A. M. to return to Key_West, April 23d 1836. the setting in of the rainy and mosquita
her and
Citizen to
got alongside !
Sloop on the wreck, with orders from the
1 the 2d day of April inst. That he found and the Chief mate t-ii hoard and Captain arrivedat OT1CE hereby given,that tue sj,"lug season, which is generally about the first cf
.1.' term of the Court for the
fast ashore her masts the board Superior
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a her gone by the wreck on the 14th, at 5 o'clock in II nc.
Southern Judicial District of Florida, held
I .. and u considerable of water in her hold- the afternoon. That they found the sea in the city of Key West, is postponed by Since the above waswritten and in type,
of Place he load
That by request Captain so heavy that the vessels I could! not haul His Honor James Webb, Judge of'said by arrivals from Tampa learn that the
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I cd the said Sloop Citizen, with seventy- alongside the wreck, but the men went on District to the second Monday in June
three bales: of Cotton, and taking the said hoard in their boats to prepare the materials ensuing, being the thirteenth day of said detachment under Gen. Smith had returned
Captain and tho first mate of said Ship onboard for removal. That on the 15th in the month, at which time Jurors, witnesses, to that place without being able to discover

proceeded for.Key West. That while morning, the Amelia hauled) alongside the parties, and all others concerned will attend any thing further relative to the affair at

proceeding on his voyage tu Key Weal, thesaid''Sloop wreck, (altliuughe and the.received accordingly..
: sea was rough TIIOS. KASTIK, Marshal Charlottes Harbor, but there seems to be
oflfCassar'a Creek the wind
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I considerable damage )and succee. Key West March 9, 1836.
l24tNOTJCE.ALDEN
[ ] an opinion prevailing that the Indian: captured
blowing heavily,)carried away her mast, tied in getting the two ch1IOS and three .
ESQ.
/ and 'received assistance from Capt. Jeremiah small anchor (the two large ones could attorney A. JACKSON in fact dur-: by Lieut. Powell committed the out

Place, of the wrecking Sloop Standard, noi bu got oU'a\ the tune) 13 barrels of beef ing my absence. JAMES WEBB. rage on .)r. Crews, as he was employed in
I who towed the Citizen into' calm water, and some sails, bread, rigging, and two water March 7, 1836. [l:-tf] tho boat of Dr. C. and was heard to make
I assisted in rcstepping the mast. Thai casks with which
and with the two malCttllecrcw rOTICE.IX weeks after date I will threats that effect previously.
,
there tho said Capt Barker, entered into ( deserted the
having wreck previ apply to the Judge of tho County Court for --
.. consort or agreement with the wrecking 'uusly to their arrival) they: proceeded to letters tit Administration on the estate of FROM TAMP. By I he:arrival on Thursday
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.. vessels aforesaid to assist in having the cargo Key West where
arrived o'clock
they at 3
Illl.. Crews deed P.
J. FO
'I'ANE. of the Spicer,
Brig Apalachicola, Capt.
and materials of the said wrecked ShIp A t11. the
on 18th April inst.. That (as i iI id Key Nest, April 135
James. 1836. [j8-6i and Schr Atlantic Capt Saw"er.'c have: :
I alleged)stave these LibcllanU with 4 vessels 1 ,
That: the said Sloop Standard and SchiIlyder and 38 men, saved from the wreck of the NOTICE.-AII persons having claims accounts from Tampa Bay to Monday 25th
Alv' then proceeded for the wreck I Ship James, on an expose
and arrived on the Gili, of April iast.,jiud current on shore,from danger, if not j!,ac icqucjted' to present them to the undersigned Carolina and Volunteers who have
after taking 73 bales un board the Standard 'from total loss, 5l&bales of Cotton, part of j for payment, and those indebted to Georgia ,
and ten bates on board the tlyder Aly, the the cargo of sai. :::5hIP, doing which their, the estate will please call and settle their ac. served l one a1 tour against the Seminole Indians

wind comini round s strongly\ horn the eastward property| amounting to : 10 000 was placed i! count MARY ANN CLAPP., and are now returning to their homes.

the Standard proceeded for Key !in great danger for ir any hours, and one!:i ,April, 30, 1836. [1810)d'm By these arrivals wo learn that General

West, and Ihe Schr Hyder All sought ahar'uor vestal I tor four hours was In a situation in;; :A:touch of l"cU-Cw''tter.-Atlh Scott had a battle with the Indians at the
: r at Cope "'orida.I hich even a moderate breeze from the; execution of Prescott at Ih March
pkinton a tin 31st
Withlacoochee river the
I That tho weather moderating in a few eastward wuuld have caused! her certain I loss.I rwdlar drove up with his load front on
In of o'clock isthe
r days, the Ilyder Aly and Sloop Actor pro. 1'haj two of the same vessels: returned Perkins' inn, just\ after the had which commenced about eight
, certled to the Ship, where they arrived on the wreck, a distance of !240 miles and tOI cut down, and addressed the body crowd been fol morning and lasted till 2 P. M. The

J 13th inst and fount that other vessel had ved !Immaterial* &c. of the said Ship. I lows--'Vetitlewen., as finally routed the Indians,compelling themto
t taken all the remainder of tho Cotton from Wherefore they that TJC usual -, returathanU to tie
pray process you, On behalf of the late swim across the river, with a loss on
the deck of the Ship James. That the of ibis Court issue taking into! Abraham Prescott
I
may for
twelve
your !llnctUI1and of Gen. Scott of four killed and
Hdcr Aly and! Actor took on board the |Hesiun the 518 bales Cotton, togethertilli |petite attention on his last part
Cotton from the beach which had been landed -; the boat, provisions, materials &c. Illforn you that a few articles moments of tin ,and to wounded. The Indians, it is supposed

by the men cmployeu by Capt. Barker, vrd by hem! from the said wreck, and that' to deposed of for the benefit ware of a.e the lost a considerable number, but they Md

about I(JO bales, and brought tbe same with such other proceedings be had as are usual1 widow*-Here he held up a tin cotFec no means of ascertaining correctly their:
s.ine of the materials of the hip, to Kej; in Admiralty lUll that Hientlemen put.
upon a hearing of please give me a bid for the loss. These men state, that the Indians:
West on the-U9th instant. Tfaat... the said the case such an amluntot" silvan txx dc-'corTee | attacked them, generally, while on







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; ction'they has been shown Io tho President the Secctary certain that in Georgia they 'cbuld march,and before they could form for observed that during the' vul!: of their intercourse
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!Vmcrb 's 11 t1gt! ncc.It -
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of War, and. Navy: many ofhVeis! more to
would secrete themselves in tho thick they took great carc'neycr to men
of both .the army and navy, and is comm er- was thought best thafAir.'Lbsslcy'shouldavel : ] connecting( itself '
rtl the most t efh'cienl instrument of the kind tr( into some new coifntf))',get a piece of sign: any circumstance: ;
ets.We understand that the volunteers and over ln'<'nlNI. We made an experiment land, make some little improvements: ,it, vith. their first marriage, and both passed a:>

militia are generally returning from the seal with the rifled pistol and found it assure nnd then return to carry out his companion+ { hallg been married but oncellleyclndboth !!

in firing, and accurate to tlw Him, ns 'the Mr. L.travelled to tho State ofKcntu'ckymd been so very cautious: on this subject
of and that Gen. Scott is
war, preparing ofl that' the slightest trace 01! their, furnicractiaintance -
for
hest of the construction.Wnh- was about contracting piece
common ( D. .
i to into with ,the regulars for the was not discovered until "the
go quarters and in tho neighborhood rwh'retho thwror II
I ;'ngton Globe.A '' .
} summer. II. is now built.. He availed himself ti f light l before, the marriage was to have been' r

ir "'It is much to he regretted, that this warfare little quicker than chainlightningchipped the first opportunity of writing a few lines solemnized, "l

I is about to be protracted till another \ vp\!-The London Sun, a large k> his companion. This letter neverrcach- Thp night{ before the marriage, as tlieymo ;;,,
daily cvening.paper{ states that its large cd the beloved object for whom it was intended conversing alone, the Colonel remark1 ,
winter, as it is now very certain that nothing cd 1 that hq cxjtactcd to bo little frightened '
edition is printed nt the rate of 1 hundred -but fell into the, hands of one, .. ;
i short of extermination is likely 10 close had the next evening-say ing with him! the 61- I
! shots per minute! That beats us by two I to with whom Mr. Lossly been a compel
the difficulties,and unless'; more active measures one, and a fraction over. Our new four cylinder jtor. An answer came-but not 'of Mr. der the worse: vfoir," Said he, "when !: ; ;

t arc pursued than his yet been done, press, however, will, if wo are not Lopslry! J but apparently from her father, ied tho first time irlicn'I I was riiarrlcd: not so the much em-'tu ;:' '1 ,,

| Powell, their celebrated chieftain, will be disappointed in our expectations, HID our with whom lie had left her during his ab bnrras cd as last !I1' : '. \
| London namesake alight pull.--N.1 Sun. ('n('(', tvlrichMrsStarks'replicd by saving, "You
i enabled as he insultingly told the Tt ,
Agentabout "Dear: Son : Your wife took sick about a have been married l twice ,secrns. The I \
,. the commencement of hostilities, t to Tnr OLDJN TIMK.--Among the old I week after your'departure.! At first we did 2ol.. tried a't first to cliango tljersubject\( ol'.he t I

carry on the war r.Jar'C years. There i it is laid curious laws which prevailed in this, not entertain fears concerning her. After Conversation, l but soon found that, would c

no doubt t that most (if not all) our present c country in the seventeenth
. troubles have arisen from misplaced confidence f following is a rare specimen, which we cop)" she lost heriensonand while in this situation out, sootier 6rlatcr, he went into'a, dctni\'of\
from the Albany Transcript It cannot t she called who was in nt.trndwrc all cTrcumstancrs connected with his
by the Government in the sinceiity fail[ to interest the ladies.-[Sat. Eve. Pos on her every, 'tHenry person A short time first mariTa!;e, giving names: and dales'!=';

i of Indian faith.Captain "Alaw in Massachusetts adopted in the, -cfore her death she came\a l herself, and This was n subject on which the captafn

1 Spicer informs us that the friendly year 1617, was stab that tf any young irnn, Deemed to have :lint one desire) tolive, which was eloquent) At length, looking upon) 1:1,:
attempted address a woman without his! :intended (bride, he"sa .v that she had .
! Indians had embarked from Tampa foNew young was to see you'! and! her last sentence was, /1
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the consent oilier paten! or in case ol 1 'Oh, my dear JI'nrnnd! shall 1 see him been taking more than usual interest, ,in the q':
Orleans. Nothing had been heard of their absence, he should pay the fine at 4// no more in this life!' and breathed her last." relation he had been making. He then

y) General Macomb, who Bailed from this for the first ofibnce, 10Z to the second, ;aI,,: On the reception of this letter; Mr Loss) broke silence by saying, u'Oll..iHlst. forgtVe .:

I port on 13th: inst. in the Cutter Jefferson, be imprisoned f for the thud. Thus, in 1647 I ley became almost desperate. His whol me t for tho kind remembrance I bear for the .

a j for Tampa. one Alalhcw Slar.!('Y was tried! fir t'llgag; g amount of earthly goods seemed to bo cutoff beloved: companion' of_rny 'ol1th." While! t"dl
\ the all' cticns' of the daughter olJohn Tar.' at iMiesttokc. He made: 6 n"QtnHcmrtsto he was ultciing this slmlcnce,1\rs., Starts 1

, Capt. STOUT, of the Schr Bahama hro t' box, without the! consent of/ hn! I parents, aimer the letter Jt but found It impossihie i. swooned array; and \vould have: raHcti from

us number of the Apalachicola Gazette, and fined 16; f foes, 2*, Cd. The, same to wiire on such a painful) subject lie her scat hnot: 1 the Colonel! supported) her. \

': year, three married \\onicn wcic fined 5-.. became a solitary! mart: -being in ,the larii While she lay in this ucath-lile! state, many:
a new started in that
paper just place Thej '
t for scalding We apprehend such fines the rrllecdotwhich a
of strnn+ rrs-and had no to whom wcio : :::
j materials arc new, and the typography neat would ho al'no a\'all at the J+resent time. lie could unbosom himself person and tholighgrief the mind of the 'C loucl. First supposingo
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i We wish the proprietors success. F \'c shillingsottld! not stop the tongue is fond of company, yet he had t that as ho had for a time kept \this a secret i;

of sums women, nor fifteen pounds the lmu his adage' The thought of return1- from her and at tHvtlIging\ it without\ intending '

j Ex-GovEj\on DUVAL. Wcpcrccucbythe galhntr) of young men" ink to the ,lace where he had so often bo- to do SOt it might bate a t tendency J

n Apalachicola Gazette, that a dinner hrld the fair face: nnd lovely form of his to destroy her confidence in him,,or cause!

1 was given to hx-Govcrnur Win P Duval m llr'ztrtifulairnilc)-run thus compare now' lost Mary, without being able to set her to fear thai his affections were so tnhch i

j 'Mariana, (West Florida,) on the first ol the decline u'day( to the"Patting dying dolphin day her, he could! not bear, and having left bu placed Upon the memory of his' first stile_f ,
1 ; little behind, save his companion, Thai wa that it would be i uIJOssibto tU; him to t :

April. Dies cmbucF like the dolphin, whom each pan g< of any consequence to him, he gave up tin sjicci het as ho oti l ght; ,lJICO an many bU(. 1i ,
Gov. Duval hers returned tu tho Territory idea of Ihoug'lds\ era lilie i inil rhstlcd
returning. Neither had no di s. cr ; through
With any !
! fur the of law and 1 a new colouras it gasps away ; io jifsn.incff arid he but wanted ( t tv
purpose practising The last still I loxelii'st till 'its; position settle 'himself; afid finding thathe i ( the polvef of '.1
: intends making Florida his permanent hem and all is !'' gone could sustain his grief better whbn f Ira utierancb on the part; of Mrs. $farkJ to jicar]; ('

We are glad: ) to see such signal ninnifcsta. gray china than In any other way; fie joinedIlifffP her rcnodhce him forever..: Uiii, oil! 'how\ '

lions of his kind reception by the! people of A joke is juke, and n good joke i M 'r J elf: to! n cortijiany' of fur traders, and shttptd mistaken was his fears Np sooner gas ; '
\ervgoodthing. G"'ti... .lark ou ininsel his course to Ihe Rocky Mountains. s'ho} aroused from 'her swoon than she threw slr

this Territory. mast I laugh when ho reads the following He posed nearly rive years among the t her arms around his neck, and resting l tier (
After adverting at some length, to his "advertisement1' whichaphenrs in the cditorial t North Western Indians} The hardships head on 'his bosom? sobbed !like a child{ i iho

flattering reception by tho (people, the Gov. columns of the New York Cornmerctal. he endured, the dangers through which crying out, "Ofil! my husband." The bobis

gave as a toast:--. .-Alex. Gat.WANTED passed, all had n tendency to call off h being much astonished, inquired rather ''
Tlic Florida TO I\RTER.-POT),e mind from former sorrow, and by tho (time hastily/! what slip rncahf.' WitH 'her hah'ds: t !
people of -Liberal, manly straits of Jlabclmandle and the led Scu.- he had returned to Missouri, he had In sorn still! resting Upon( lilssl'otildcrs--wlli( Ji

and t forgiving; their generosity in the The President of the United States Jiaving, ; degree; obtained r his former checifulnesa.- countenance beaming! wiil/joy and suffused

honors they have conferred for my humble declared that if the' bank of the United i The roll of years at length wore assay M s with tcnrs-shecxclumcd with a halfchgIcd !

public services, i is only surpassed by by States were rccharleed, "he wouldJly to t he( grief, and finding at last an object6n whit utterance, ".1 din your long lost Mary> i ;.

their magnanimity: : in forgiving the errors of farthest deserts of A Trub!!"lie subscriber he could place his afTccfions, he again mar and you arc my Henry, whom l.l have mourned ii! '!
administration." are desirous of f chartering a fast sailing copper ried.; From the time that lie left his com as dead these twenty years!I1* : .

my bottomed arid fastened, hip, of n x)ut paniofc: in Georgia! till 'lie- married his' see. The joy ,i became mutual l, :Tjbal night r t tandtlie

The New Oilcans True 600 tons burthen. with a comrnodiflllscahin ,! and wife, it was about five years. next day were spent fn relating circumstances
American
: says and state room?,for the accomrnoda' But wfiat shall wo say about, Mr" Loss: which l transpired with them' during -

-It is rumored that the reason of General{ tion of the executive and his; suite, on the l 1f'1, for,strange to fell, she yet lived Week!! !their separation! and admiring tfio Providence

Gaincs being ordered to take a position on proposed voyage :She will 'bo placer months! and years passed by,. but had 6fot t' that brought them together. but .

our south western frontier, is in consequence under the commjml Commodore Elliot: t' her no tidings of her absent husband. P6s: t the: next evening those bidden1( tu tfio marriage ; ,

of an overture on the part of Mexico and must be ready to sail ns soon as tha offices wero examined, but no1 Fetter cnme attont cd. Tho parson' came, 6'ut I, ; '
cede Texas distinguished commander returns from tb< I his name was looked for irr the public prints there was no service f for hioTTt render..=:.. '
to to France. Not very Mediterranean.! N 1*. A commodious but could not be found. Travelers were I Tho )ransportcdcbuplo informed the ass6rnlly I,
probable. will be for intjuired of, 'but to no avail Not that had +
steerage necessary the aceom- a word< they !! ,bccrihvyfulty'married:I s
modation of the kitchen cabinet. Apply to could she hrarof him. At length she gav upwards! of twenty years Before, and safe '

The National Intelligencer, speaking of PETER FMAIVCIS Rr.\m & t Jo. him up as dead, and conceived of his' death hriefoutli'n of their his't'ot'yand', enterc./a! b C.

the surplus revenue, says:- Wholesale brokers, 67 North Second street, in many ways. friftf tho )hilarity 6f the) : evening l wit(,' o degree I .

"Should the proceeds of the sales! of the Jacksou city, near the Potomac bridge, After a lapse of seven Fontf i year*' and 6f cheerfulness unusual to them both.

public lands not be distributed, as proposed opposite Washington.Corsets. more after. the departure of MLosIey, fj Georgia $entincl. '
Mr. Stark offered( his '
among the States, nt r the revenue divided M hand in' marriage tro The Te.xians l have adopted a National .
Ix
in some other way, tho surplus revenue will I, .-We perceive it stated in t) rs.herself>ssley ; and as it was firmly belies.'c 'ed Flag, ft' consists of a single ,.alai; and ,
by and I
in year from this tune,amount, upon reasonablecalculation.to pipers that the life of a young lady was accepted.At friends that ho was dead., s he stripes! (number nut stated,) with? Iho word 1;, ;

[ FIFTY MILLIONS recently saved! at Alcncon by wearing i "'Indeiwndencu! ,!1 Ifvynarun: up onboard
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OF DOLLARS! corsets-tho |11flnt of tho assassin' dagge: this time Mr. Lesley was living with the armed schborier Invn1cafJIt!. ,
being turned by the steel in front.TRUTH his second wife the r' 1
in state of Missouri A:1\Ir. Hill was shot
IMTBOVEMENT by a,u'oatArf i in' tfio( r
D Fins-Aims. Wo thinkif .where ho
continued I
to live for vicinity of Columbus '
something >3, on Febi Mr
some of the following named riles were IS STRANGE, Sl'RNGERTHAN like' IB yean. About |V ,years attpr his II.., in1 dompany,with" a' I 4.VUI n' fts! r'idipg': B I:, '

introduced into Florida at the present time, FICTION.This marriage I his second wife died-and hQ was outand) stoppfrdat a1 h6iisef'd} 4' .
: a k'<-d far
l left ;
with
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they might be successfully employedbringing' ir lino of ltyrou'ateas never better illustrated The two cludt.! n, a son and a daughtor. rt glass t6 drink' s \'V.ne'drfJ being re
than the ; daughter: was tl* eldest oq(look fused, tno \
by doorwcsshijt cm'thbfn"
about following rifirnitive ; wbPn Mr
terms of peace with tbEitichattce. o ; o charge: of her father Hill, '
facts from the Georgia Sentinel. If the houtlo-tint:1I: little kicked1, op rt, wbCI\ tile vOIlJfir '
more than three '
circumstances hero recorded, hud been interwoven mother she years after ihe dcath' Cher 1\ nibylttet'qud'tsl'' t t' ? rt-Jn./r.. .: ;1 1 t I
married
A Mr. Colt of into a popular novel and moved to Null! -
Connecticut .
has exhib: critic and Alabama -- -
and her father 3tllartnc T
lied in reader both would have and brother went irntct'I( tuCtI'OUT' : :
tincitya: newly invented rifle and pronounced them with .
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IlCff lip .
pistol, of admirable construction. The the most improbable that were cirri engendered '"' .K ,y ft'FSr..1..NN.11./.eMAritIL 36! ;:,
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chamber contains tubes for several charges in tire imagination of man. The In the mean time, 1\Irs. Stalk had lot her' ;d/lR/PED. I
of I'owderand hall; it may be made to contain paper from'which it is taken may well call husband! and father; nnd having but'dne :April'28, 'Brig AalacbicoaSpr! f.ifrol

from(I to 10. In cocking the gun tl. it a "singular Clfcumstance.Nal, Eagle NCi that little daughter, shy'm rj 'rdma Uny.'rur Charleston( t ': .I
Sclrf Atlaritic{
shoot, the chamber revolves on an axis, and I Sometime during the of to Ahbamralw, to llvtf titli'rin ,Sawyer, frompa Bay I f
yeas 1015 I Mr. bound io Charleston.: )
brings aged uncle, win !t ti
succession every tube in the chamber Henry Lossley of was liVIngin'tlJ:1t, : ',
Georgia the of pail of l
bUn April 29
Sloop
a ,
Eden
in line' with the country ,| i Fish-ir.vnna .
that of the barrel l ; a r.d gentleman of moderate ; wMr. Lot le and'AIr ., \ j
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circumstances Slark5 Sloop Llberty;UawHi J0
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when discharged, the net of cocking 'married t ecamQneiphbors-arid! ,.
brings:,; } to a Miss Mary Lansing, a 13J10r : iheybecame'
the next tube into acquainted) with S.IlILED.tpril .
position until all arfdu f fwime Vac iother as'Cul 1
accomplishments and great; (Irersoriaicrlthe.ruty. this wlllcy 27,.Schr: iia1Iam$
title
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Stout
charged. All! ihetube !had New
may U nrhar' ", A few iimnthi after their union obtained "lien among Ib, .York. [" 'he
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fur detained
atna several
as quietly a* a traders)'and AIrs wes
single of tbo
unitary)it became evident Stack,
gun : : tJianllCYfoulj; have They formed days on
to ,
"", account of bad ,
HIH nn attachment weather.fi
'Iurr new impf! gain "nj by actual labor .
; an-l' H; was Lnsaley! eventual!). offered her his hand Brig lS'' nfr1; 13oula, (New York. .tb _' I
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f !. \ line of Jifej' thirty yparaanJ have preserved that he -would not! She was vexed: with his wife about. the supper table the girl'

I : From; the Cincinnati Mirror. heir single blessedness without a flaw.- and hastily declared she would never marry shortly returned< with her arms full of ale

THE COMPROMISE. Did you never see an old bachelor, with a him, or suffer 'him to take any liberty with bottles, but without the candle. The

few hairs lightly sprinkled over a silo her, until he had desisted from,the practiceof merchant immediately recollected that se\-
1 A TALE TOR THE TRUE LOWERS. gray ral barrels of gunpowder had been placed in
and smoking.
about moonshine
talking
j The cmirse of true love never did run per crown, his cellar .and that his
Moore's melodies, sentiment and sonnets, Here then, they were at issue. Alas! during day, foreman

smooth. [Midsummer Night's Dream. to a lady with withering blossom her says the poet- had opened one of the barrels to select.

When persons have: arrived at certain pc cheek, while she sighed, and fidgelted, and Alas1 how slight a cause may move sample for a customer,' 'Where is your

riods in life, it is astonishing with what blushed, as Iii words stole unconsciously Dissention betwixt hearts that love!' candle?he inquired in the utmost agitation.

habit cling to them. You rec- 'I couldn't bring it up with me for
may mjr
grasp to her heart 7-Did. never see' thingof
you any exhausted their of eloquence
tify a crook in a sapling, but you can never this kind? Then lean tell that They powers hands were full,' said the girl. 'Where did
you
and the of
on smoking.
argument, question '
Cross leave it? Well I'd
untwist a knot on A.grown-tip tree. have witnessed the most interesting you no candlestick
you never Neither flinched from their
grained it is, and do what you may, cross- exhibition ol romance, which is indic- party original ,so 1 stuck it into some black sand thaft

grained it rill remain. Speaking of knots wsiiiou. Thus they courted, and quar there in one of the lub,,' The merchant
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ated in human actions.
: relied for One Will
in. mind two years. night dashed down the cellar the
j and cross-grained things, putsme steps; passagewas
Will and Miss llaulhorn took their own well
I of a knotty friend once had People are time to their affairs and the world whose patience was nigh exhausted, long and dark, and as he groped his
arrange Miss llauthorn The
I very much mistaken, by the way, when they wondered on. Public curiosity does not went to as usucl.: way his !knee threatened to give way undtr
bachelors lady received him, as she always didrwitli! | him his breath choked and
that old are crusty. They was his flesh
say like these ancient folks.
act a on They
are not crusty-that is if you have a crust :are deliberate spur on the serious business of kindness For an hour,, they talked over seemed suddenly dry and parched,,as if ho

' of bread or crust of ice in your mind-for the affairs of the neighborhood, and then anleady f felt the suffocating blast of death.
matrimony and they are not to !be forced
Will told her that he had.made his mind
they arc of a hardness or iceness from rib up At the extremity 06 the passage,in the front
into it precipitately by amount of scandal -
I to back bone, and' therefore no crust about any to one thing.V hile the lady listened with I cellar, under the very room where his children
and small talk that
a publiccan
T admit generous great attention, Will deliberately drew from and their friends
j them That they are knotty, ;- were revelling: infelicity
then
bear
to
bring
unite who upon bis pocket match and paper,, placed a he discerend the barrel
and if you have: ingenuity to one open powder ,
I Among those who wondered most at the
in his mouth made fire and lit it.
has been in the habit of consulting his wgac full almost to the top-the candle stuck
dilatoriness of our J hero and heroine, was a *
own will, you may as well not despair of lady by the name. of Mary Warland. It NuwblissSusanIwantvolt'said lightly in the grains,. what a long and red
he with n puff at word _
I the every snufTof burnt-out wick the small
findini philosopher's stone yet, as your her topping
was upinion.tbat if they meant to marry -
the of to give me a final answer. Will you accept and flame.. This
sagacity is fully up to discovery any for the sake'of the happiness: which was' lam? gloomy sight seemed to
me as
wither all his .
and the merry laugh
powers
to result from the connexion it was high
thing.Well 'I will not,so long as arc so filthy aso
I I had a knotty friend, named Will time they were about it. Miss Wai land you 'of the youngsters above struck upon h.s
sniokc''Isthat
but : heart the knell of He stood for
death.
Tompkins, who never perpetrated one as
was a faded beauty of thirty-that is tlJ.sny, finalsaid Will
I pun in his life, and that,was when a certain Rumor which lies puffing !some moments' gazing upon the light, unable
twety-five. never as-
I
lady, told him once'that ho was the mostknotty serted thatabout Wiil 'Yes- and your impudence is most un to advance. The fiddler commenceda
ten years previously, '
fellow she ever saw. Will, with a exampled.Farcwelly. lively jig and the feet of the dancers
had. offered himself and ,
'lo was rejectedby
'
leer in his J left eye, replied that she was said Will, and offhe started' lesponded with increased vivacity; the floor
Miss Warland, who at that time had an
more notty by half as ho had been beseech naval'officer who with a volume of smoke wreathing about shook with their exertions, and the loose
I: eye on a was flourishing his head.
ing her to get re idy for the altar and bridal bottles- in the cellar jingling with the
like a moth about the brilliancy of her beauty
for the Jast six months,"and every time he Several: nights went and came, but Will million*. He fancied the candle movedwas -
,and at turn.. The
singed
getting
asked her if she was, ready,.she replied she lieutenant, was suddenly called every to the came not. Miss Hauthorn scarcly knew Idling-.with! desperate energy he
that continuedWill away whether U laugh or cry, at what she termed dashed he
t was not-not-not. And after forward but how was to remove
service and Alias Warland
that thereare sobbingand his obstinacy. She was not a little alarmed ? The would the
touch
is evidence enough more il slightest cause
about languishing for a week, turned her eye when tidings reached her,that Will, insteadof small live fall into the loose
tots about you than there are me. with mollified Will, But coal of wiak to
a on
' r for the bridal expression shooting a bullet through his heart, was of
You want mo to get ready Will like had )yowdcr.; With unequalled presence
a philosopher already begunto
,
I' engaged III the very silly business of shooting side of the/
Will mind Le each
and the altar, do you Mr. Tompkins, another affections sand placed a hand ;
besiege lady's '
replied the fair one;; I will let you know Hiss found out, too late, that she had;com- the flower darts faded at Miss from W.'s Miss heart.Ilathorn'schcekand Gradually candle, with the open palms upward, and

that I am neither! a horse nor a culprit,and milled a sad blunder when her hopes of an distended fingers pointed towards the
' 1 will have bridle in the lustre forsook her eye, and a pain object his which his hands -
I therefore not a my olucer induced her to consign Will wall gathered in her breast. She she of care. as gradually

r mouth, nor halter, about my neck' the and penalties ot unrequited love. thought met was secured in the clasping or

. I, I forgot,to describe this couple, and 1 Judgeof pains Miss Warland's surprise, then, the wouUl victim havo of the broken uu ump\ ont and become locking of the fingers, and safely removed

therefore have gotor to do it: as the old, when Will after returned u heart. Never was frrom the head of the barrel. When !lie
ten years again maiden in bad
Should/
so a plight. she
ballads phrase' 'it. Will,, was .thtcc-and-tjiir- to her, .with visits 1 Haltering for their ? iNo the give reached the head of the stairs, excitementwas
corn-fed and cormlent-with tell-tale l way : mere thought ot'smoke was over he smiled at the danger he had
, ty; frequency. She fancied she saw in his at- in&utferable SheV uItJ ;
: discard \\ ill she
( mark of red on the extreme'end of his indications of cooqueicd; but Ihe reaction was too powerful
. tentions, a genuine passionin
she would
noscfond of the sex, and, consequently, its incipiency. She forthwith made thought, so ; and then she sheda and he fell into fits of most violent
up flood
and a lover of jokes and of tears to> moisten and keep alive and dreadful laughter. lie was convecd
of good living her mind that she was wiser than she had her rosol uticm.
his of doing things. Will had a senseless to bed, and many weeks clap:cd
own way been before, and that if Will, like the prodigal One she
streak of waggishness in his flesh-his natural after of abroad day, as was lamenting her disconsolate are his nerves recovered sufficient tone to
son, years wandering ,
condition
Will
I was all turned to good humor came upon her- allow him lo resume his habits of '
; lymph l should return to her house, she would extend !he told cvcry- aI
segarless tier Ins affections
all
for the were
-al1lf unequalled iife.-Kn &kerboeker.
was altogether i
y both her. arms and give him the embrace ; lier's-with the
heartiness of his laugh, which emotion exception of a moiety, which
Her
of a hearty welcome heart had '
I would cause lira cheeks to bo lifted up to belonged to segara-and if she was willing Arabian Anccdotc.- God gave a king e
for
expelled its love military gloryand re-
the almost total eclipse of that bright little to take him with his infirmities, he was at son, who was extremely cunning. The

,4 his which would twin- newed the palpitations of its younger days, her disposal not, he would take her rival, king; placed him under a tutor, to learn
gray luminary, eye, whenever Will favored her with ins
presence. Miss VVarland. She told him her mind knowledge. Thechild said to his preceptor,
kle in the shadow cast upon it, in a man-
visited hen
Our hero
provocative of the most ludicrous glee. frequentlyandattended was fixed, irrevocably, and then burst into '.1\(y dear master, I see no end to study;
ncr to.all her pleasures with wonderful tears. Will could brave the life itstflf is oil
i How did Will manage to preserve his celibacy battery of her not long enongh to acquire
for several month and the
Ah! a tale which if I assiduity vocal eloquence, but there was a pathos in the sciences;;; teach me one that can be
? (hereby hangs I
that tile
think aJl between
/}I will give me timcrl'll tell you. Bui, 1 town began to ar her tears, which unmanned him, and he speedily acqwredand which will afford me
imiibeli'was outthatis
you describe Miss Susan llauthorn first. Miss llaulhorn and left her. In an hour after,. she received a happiness in this- woild and in the next."
must to say, that he had gut his walking papers billet. "Then silence The
was single ladies never Junk[ practice said the tutor.
She twenty-five-
I, of -and that Miss Warland would, utter alit 'Dear Susan: : 1 will meet you. half youth from this moment became mute
into the second a century- way.
get quarter be the chosen ofVU' heart anti
object ,
she had a ,black which Will told her I will compromise onr dilhcully. 1 now niB father was in great distress. Sup

looked like Venus eye, because was: bright the depositary' of Ju -tnost sacred affections. smoke six per day-1 will come down to posing the taciturnity of his son to bo the
Mis VVarland
deserted
and cold and ho used to worship it every Suddenly, Will three-one after each meal. 1 will die, or effect of disease, he had recourse to physicians -
; wheeled about .aiid resumed his attentions

evening as they do the evening star in Per- right what is worse, marry-, if you do not and enchanters; all was in vain.
towaids Miss H&uluorn, who hud evidently -
s'ra.. Miss Hauthorn's cheek was like one agree to this proposition, The king one da'ent out hunting, and

those which always in bloom pined. away as long as WiIIlU.1dcl Yours,ever, WILL took his son with him. A heathcock ut-
of roses are
his devoirs the shrine of rival. Tnere
at net I
-her brow was white like a lilly-her lip which This proposition wrought a miracle, and tered a cry, and was taken."if this bird
this
I was red) like a honeysuckle and thus much was a mystery iu ail IJeollelcould the quarrel ended in smoke. The chasm had been mute," observed the prince
;
trot solve, and which yourlair wader: between the "he would
lovers rot have been Some
was Miss caught.
which !iko bridged.
fur the botany of her face, an
; cannot solve. Shall I do myself the pleasure :
told the The
eglantine blossom, was fair and delicate, Hauthorn'd visage amended hourly Miss one king his son had spoken.
of solving the affair for tIk.aring
wholesome to look upon. ; you Warland was len m the lurch, ami Will king sent for his son, but could not get award

Miss Uawlborn't--agc in wind, itl putfcd away, and fancied the form o:his fromi him. The king was wroth and

There wosimattachment subsisting between will not appear singular she was a little inamorata, in the smoke which wreathed beat his- son; whereupon the latter ex-

Will and Miss Haulhom, of some just a little, squeamish, and quite fastidi- above him. claimed, "my master had good reason to-

years standing. ,The pe'ple wondered ous. She had a few prejudices which For fear t of father difficulties,, they proceedcd -, inculcate silence;if I had held my pease

why matrimony, or a squabble, or somesuch seemed to her to possess unconquerable/ to the issue with commendable: sould have escaped these blows. The

!interesting issue, was not forthcoming. (wee. For instance, she would have died, expedition, and in a fortnight Will led the' prophet was right in saying, 'He that holds

In; vain did they attack eitherof the parties rather than have dwell under the same rool blushing damsel to the altar. his tongue is: safe."

-::there: was a crotchet some where,but what where a kitten inhaled the breath of life.- T. II. S.

it .was, was ho question which none, Next to her hatred of kittens, was her hatred Our Nobility in England.There j is

could answer. All tiC l girls thought it of tobacco-particularly of segaw.: A THR-ILKO ADV E\'TUBT-I a fellow named Jackson, at Hastings, in

'" must be !Miss Haul!lhor '" fault, and all the She protested it would kill her to look upon head story somewhere of a merchant hc\'ei who: England, passing 'himself off as the son of

men suspected \\III.. Thus vere the sexes the msutl of her husband smoking like a collected: party together to eclat to the President of the United States, and

by the ear. Many' were the ingenious speculations foul chimney of a damp day. Now, Will, one of those !little family fe give tivab which I John Bull is almost worshipping bi
as to the cause. which! were set of all things, loved a t fragrant segar,.and brighten the dark trace of life inevery,

afloat as month after. month rollW away, next to it he loved Miss llauthorn,andk v. clurw. It was his daughters Gentleman mixing u s socty.--
.
', and Will visited Miss Huuthorn and she ed his own will better than the will of any) crowds of her wedding day;I "Who is tint gentleman who has just ordered

;t. did net change her name. Nobody suspect bliI\Y chc. A dilemma is now easily l uoagmible. around Her, and young the father acquaintance: circled his seventh tumbler of punch lIe, I

; ted them of a Platonic attachment, as-nei. Mis llauthorn had engaged herself on the face of the bride gazed proudly seems to bo a membor of every elub.In

ther of them were poetical enough tar any to Will, before she wts aware of his: bright a prospect young might he wished as London. "I believe he is but 1 forgot his-
for his children
,I: thing ot that nature. Might it not be roannccf falling, and one night, as he was about salu- who were open name-be is evidently a person.who vdxt*

: Is there no room for romance ting her in a most affectionate manner, site 'the crowd. Passing gambolling merrily among I a good deal in society."-London Paper.

t about an old bachelor's head, or an old shrunk back from his embrace, and ----< connecting the 1 lower through the passage ,

I k maid's lieaatt The truth ir, people are not fainted: Site come to, nuts| assured Wil servant maid, ;an ignorant rooms, I he met the The embargo laid on business generally-
intercourser
f wIre that MHuance plays around a brow that it was the udur of hu breath, tainted who was country wench 'down e:1St'e not prevented the -

: that has a wrinkle in it, although some of with pestilential segar smoke, which had hand without carrying candlestick.a lighted candle lie blamed in !her bet ween male and female, as monthof twe'J
the
4 the most wmarUic beings in tho world are icaused her syncope. She besought him to her for this dirty conduct, and went into eight February marriages in Nantucket.occurred during