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: May 28, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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FLORIDA MAY 28, 1836. !Vox. 2.-No. 21.IV"otE Nb!' 73. ,I

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-- -- MARVIN Marshal THOMAS: EASTIN. ble to some and not altogether displeasing
(fold murder on his soul, into the presence to others wt. have becu induced to issue the
The Key West Inquirer. of an offended God. The regular terms are held at Key Weston present Prospectus. .

--- -.- The pistols are ofa nfdinm size, double: tho first Mondays in May. and November. In assuming, the charge of a public Press,

PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT twist barrels percussion locks, and the I we profess! to be fully aware of the rcsponsir,

FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. stocks beautifully embossed with sil\'er- I COUNTY COURTS. bililics devolving upon us. It is an engineof

(O)u: Subscribers at distance must pay in they are entirely new and wore no doubt The County Courts, having a limited civil immense power, and when widely con
have in this city jurisdiction and original jurisdiction in all ,,ducted is calculated to suhancc the best in*
'advance, or an agent purchased with a view to the perpetrationof
ADVERTISEMENTS: inserted at the rate of the fatal deed. 'matters relating to Estates, Guardians, crests of humanity. This paper io! intended .
held the in the to subserve thotfe interests. Cherishing !
tic. by Judges
Wards arc
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of We understand the Doctors do not consider .several counties somiannually.APPELLATE an ardent attachment to the free institutions ;'1 i

fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, and Mrs. W. dangerous unless inflammation ( of our native soil, we shall ever endeavor I,{

Seventy-five Cents for each subsequent.continuance. should rustic. COURT. to support them, and to impress on the mindsof

All Advertisements be A coroner's inquest was heM over the the people a duo sense of the incstimable"' 1

ordered. None body of the deceased', and rendered a \crilict -. The Court of Appeals consisting of the privileges they have inhd>/&ed.& .To thisend '1,

continued until otherwise of suicide caused by jealousy. Judges of the several Superior Courts is, our columns will on all occasions be open ,p,
will be considered than a square. held annually at Tallahassee on the first to the advocates of any rational system 1

lr::F No subscription be discontinued ==-- ----- Monday in January.OFFICERS i of general education ;believing as we do, 'I

(unless at tic option of the Editor,) until all 1 FLORIDA DIRECTORY I that they only who understand their rights,' ."

Compiled for the Key West Inquirer. OF THE CUSTOMS can best appreciate and will most watch- 1
arrears are paid. I
All letters to the Editor on business, Any error will be corrected, and addition District of St. Augustine.-Collector,John fully guard them The public authorities,
in due administration of their lawful
made on the Editor's being notified of such Rodman. powers, j ,,:
must be Post Paid. error or omission.! will bo sustained-but, should an occasion J

_,_____ __ I District of Pensacola-Collector, Robert unfortunately present itself to our notice;

Pr7ETli'I--' EXECUTIVE. Mitchell. Inspector, R. A. Mitchell bur we will not hesitate to denounce' what, we

I Governor, JOHN II. EATOIS. Secretary, feOrVII M. Loftin. tray conceive to be an a ,use. To promote .
THE SORROWFUL. GEORGE K. WALKER.LEGISLATURE. :' 1 morality-the general prosperity of our

There arc eyes shining brightly, District of <;t. Johns-Collector, James I'Common country.aud especially! bo full) de- :

There are smiles of delight, :. Dell. Inspector, Horatio Dexter. "Vt'lopcment of tho Hen resources of,this ,
There arc low sounds of joy I Territory-to encourage the observance of
The Legislative Council i is composed of a
.Mid the dancers to-night; twqnty-six members, divided among nine District of St. Marks-Collector, Jesse II. an orderly deportment in society to foster

There ate voices of gladness, teen Counties, as follows. Leon, Four Willis Inspector Burr II. Duval, Inspector a spirit of generous emulation among out

But mine is not there will; \ Escambia, Two; Gad lItm, Two ; Jackson, Augustus Steele, Tjynpa Day i industrious citizens 1n( their respective ,
I have turned back loathing branches of
business. These are among
Two; Jefferson Two; St. Johns, Two -
From visions of air. ,
Walton, Washington, Franklin, Madison, District of Apalachicola-Collector, G. J. our objects. \
There arc gled hearts to-night, Hamilton, Columbia, .Alaclma, Duval, Nassau Floyd. Inspectoi, W. U. Price. In the proceedings of the Federal Government >

Where the red wine is poured, Mosquito, Hillsborough, and Monroe, FlorMians arc as intimately!
,I They ask for the absent One each.Delcgate. District of West Collector as,auy other citizens of the United
Key WilliamA.
\\ '[() sit round the board ; Whitehead. States, and entertain as lively an interest

There are songs breathing/ gladness: to Congress, JOSEPH M. WHITE: Collector, Adam Gordon.Inspector and Deputy I.the doctrines it avows and the measures it s
Inspector Stephen
That ring from the hall K. ;pursues. Its acts and principles, therefore, ,

Oh the gay and the lovely ELECTIONS. Gauger, W Mallory.illiam II.Temp.Wall. Weigher' and will improperly become tho subjects! of
Have met at the bat!. Appraisers! calm, but at the same: time thorough coned'
elections for members of Legislative Charles M. Wells, George E. Weaver
In '
But a voice whispers near inr, Council take place annually on the second Inspectors, Charles Howe, Indian Key of eratiop.course the politiqs of the Territory<<
Prepare for the tomb! Monday in October ; and Delegate to Congress John Dnbose, Capo Florida. blind n part must be taken ; not that of

'l'kthe death-dirge of gladness Biennially on the first Monday in Charlotte Harbor luspector, Alexander a zealot or infuriated partizari, but ,
that of
a '
disPJ'slionUel1Dd impartial Inquirer.
Prom spirits of gloom ? May. Patterson. .
There's sound on the nieht-winds, In assuming this ground, which wiU

A low breathing moan, JUDICIARY. BANKS. resolutely be maintained ire pledge ourselves

'Ti'3' the soul-thrilling token Superior Courts, having Admiralty Ju lank of West Florida, Apalachicola, chartered .oerwrinatiire"that "C.rl.commun'cation; and of what j

That pleasure hath flown. rUdiction. 1829- apitai, $500,000. will be from whatever source, .
EASTERN DISTRICT+comprising the thankfully received and respectfullf
Make ready thy death-gab, President! Cashier: attended to ; always under tho
Nassau, St. Johns, Duval, Columbia I- proviio t ,
The night breezes sigh which (as being unshackled
Alachua, HiUsborough and of by personal obi
part Hank of Pcnsacoln
-Out plant not the willow Mosquito.Judge 1831-Cap ligation or party prejudice) we will strictly
To mark where I lie ital $2,500,000. adhere
to that
ROBERT RAYMOND REID. Attorney nothing scurrilous, or Iowa
O'er my lone tomb, oh, weep not, THOMAS DOUOLASS. Marshal, SAMUELBLAIR. President, Waller James Gregory Cashier, or, personally abusive.sball ever,be admitted

When the spirit hath flown, Catlin. into our columns. .
Let me test m my slumbers, -
Unloved and unknown Dank of St. Augustine. Chartered 183,; | The progressive advancement the A..t l
The regular terms are held follows Sciences
(Tioga Phoenix.] as :- .Capital $300,000. and General Literature of out '
For St. Johns and Mosquito Counties, at (Not yet in operation.) own and other lands, will always receive
St. Augustine on the second i ia in )
Mondays proper notice and our 8 from
We cut the following from Philadelphia: -- : selections ,the
March and October. For Nassau County, Merchants and lighter works of the day will we
Planters hope,
paper,-not that we are fond of recording on the second Mondays! in April and :No Tallaha..f> Char! 'fir.Dank.,! 1010. of...Florida. holl.--..- !...........,,..,......... ...", ............_ ,_ _u___._bo_.
'horrible occurrences,'-hut to illustratethe vcmber. For Alachua,Columbia and Hills- Capital l 200,000.---- -----. :Measures have already takenfait

borough Counties at Nctvnansville.: on the President, Cashier interchange with some of the best
depravity of human nature:- aowipa-
Wednesdays after the third Mondays in
pen and periodicals i and every effort will
Our-city was last evening made the thea April and November. And for Duval oun- Central Dank of Florida be made to provide for our subscribers t

tre of an awful tragedy. VVa have been at ty I i at Jacksonville 11r first Mondays i Chartered 1832-Capital,$1,000,000.Tallahassee, pleasant anduse u1Gresidocompanion. ,
considerable pains to collect the particulars held May and at St.December. Chancery terms are President, Ben Chain Cashier, Leslie In return wo ask the liberal support of lie
Augustine on tho second Mon
mid+ I this them A. public. E.
present to our rea days in July and SeptemberMIDDLE Thompson. CHANDLER.
ders. Mrs. R. '(ado keeps a hoarding C. R. SI sSIONS. ,

house ct No. 50 Filbert street-she is a DISTRICT-Comprising the Counties Commercial Dank of Florida, Apalachicola, Tallahassee! Mid. Flor.

(f t very handsome woman, and her mannersare of Leon, Gadsdcn, Hamilton, Jefferson Chartered I 1832-Capital $500,000. rEditora: friendly to the advancement

highly attractive; she has jived unhappily and Madison. President C. Maclay; Cashier Clark. of literature, will confer u favor by giving

with"her/ husband who is in THOMAS the above an insertion in their paper. "
residing Judge, RAMIALL. Attorney, Union Bank of Florida
another pirt of the city,and a bill divorce JAMES D. WKSTCOTT.: Marshal TUOMAIIlIiTJN tored 1833-Capital, Tallahassee, Char M1913t C, k S. .

is now pending. llANUOM'II.The $3,000,000. J .,
President,John G. Gamble, Cashier I
John A
Richard W. Brown, residing) in second Parkbill. Resort for Invalids ,
regular terms held
are as follow8-
street, above Cullowhill, a young man of For Hamilton -
County, at the first SUBSCRIBER
on THE
Farmers having
Dank of Florida settled
fair character Mariana
and Char
prepossessing Mondays in June and December. on Indian
Key, has
Fori tcred 1834 determined
aged 28, hecamo much attached to Mrs. Madison County, at San Pedro, on the' Not -in Capital $75,000. to open a HOUSE for boarding and-, "

W. and to this unhappy pl&ion is Id heat Thursdays after tile first Mondays in June' ( -operation.- ) l lodging, and believing, it to be one of the f1

trihutcd the melancholy particulars of this and December. And for the remainder f Dank of J Jacksonville mod favorable situations in the' United
dreadful event, almost iinparallclled( in the the District, at Tallahassee. ou the first Capital $75,000 1 35. States for persons who are suffering from

history of our orderly and quiet city.- I Mondays in April and October. (Not yet in operation.) diseases pulmonary, and,diipeptic and numerous chronic

Brown suspected that the/ affections of Mrs the chill obliged to leek-a refuge from
Wade i WESTERN; DHTUICT-Comprising the blasts of a northern winter
were bestowed be feels
on and the PIIOSPECTU3The safe in
Counties Escambia saying that Indian
demon of iilton, Washington Key
jealousy took be
mind. possession of his Franklin and Jackson. or surpassed for beauty, health and climate.

'Judge, JOHN A. CAMERON. Attorney, I Frost has never been known here

lIe yesterday afternoon gave !Mrs. W. an GEORGE WALKER. Marshal, J. W. EXUM. Florida Intelligencer. thermometer seldom below'65 or 50 in-win th; *

invitation to take a ride with him, which IT Las frequently been a subject otinridl. ter, rior up to 00 in summer. It is entirely'

she declined. Towards evening he met her The rcgulat terms arc held as (follows OilS observation, thatamidst poplllJIIS, and exposed to the sea from every point of the
returning from walk and For Escambia County,at Pen intelligent I compass.
a joining hcrthey acolaori the community ws that of rJoriJa.
together entered her premises through the first Mondays in May and ovC'fnber. For 10 few native newspapers (if the term The faro of his table and bar shall be
Walton County, on the first ho used( lava been may good' as
back way Drown called her into a front I March and third Monday in have all decently sustained 'Vo market will afford and attended
Monday in seen and by
room, saying he wished to speak to her, and For Washington County November. people ot the deplored the evil; bm tflol for experienced servant Private rooms
then on her complianct'di :\ on the lecondlanda Territory are certainly a I lodging gentlemen, ladies, and families .
charged a pistol l inlarch! and Ttad
fourth in people; and it neatly[
Monday T II thought that arranged. The
loaded with duck shot, the November. fault If the I undersigned hopes
l'orJackacn fault
of County, at Mari.,1 ( there be) can In almost/ by diligent attention and
which entered her right breast. Mrs. W. ana, on the third Monday in March and the(|instance be traced,either to the i ore!y tho custom of Ms friends industry and the to merit
staggered out of the room, crying out" I first Monday in December And for Frank or negligence of those intrusted with generally. 8. A. public
:am shot!" "J am shut!" A second had lin County on the tint Monday in April and management or the papers which taro tIel hPENCER. '
scarcely elapsed Thursday after the third Monday in Decem tufure successively been Key Monroe County, Terri
ere report of another ber. City ( projected In the: lorr of Florida, November ) 49
pistol was heard, which J835, { tf.
was discharged: we are
by ed riSrsu..r
a loorm.// O'r'J'he( St. Augustine
vretched Herald
> man into his own bosom, and i SOUTHER DISTRICT steadily, fur Icvenlun and ton Courier, Philadelphia Charles
which at once extinguished) his -Comprising the ; hut probably it; Saturday Courier
mnrtal exis i County of Monroe and Lu Dot net with the New York Advocate and
fence and sent him part of Mosquito. entire approval of aU'1 Journal', and
with the guilt of two parties. and under Boston Commercial
Judge, J.uu.Vu the Gazetewill{
Attorney WULUM ,ud ad fereDt persuasion that aao.; I above fire insertions give the '
print "otdd) be and forward
act"f'p"-I accounts to this office for payment. thdt.

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TUB 1XQUIRKR.L abundance, and, having machinery already bth of April, and nothing has been beard of ledjfed, the expenses of the war to be paid

KE 1f BtJ7 O. RID A J'e deserted by the whites, by which them since. They were strongly posted I[ by Mexico,Santa Anna to remain as a hostage -
in a block house, and there are some hopes Gen. Houston had issued orders
manufacture it will be that
NATUnDAY.MAY28IS36. they can : they enabled -
that they have maintained their position.he .- a further advance of the Mexican tW I
0:70:: omitted to mention in our last la live free and easy so long as there\ T steamboat will touch at St. Marks, to I should be the signal for the slaughter of,

publication/ the arrival hereabout; the lOlh is no force stationed on that part of the receive men and arms for the expedition.Mr I Santa Anna,. and all the prisoners. The

root of Company 13. 4tJi Infantry, Lieut. coast, to put a check upon them. Em Sheffield the sub-agent has just ro- report of the terms of peace were not official

ALVORD in command. For any neglect of, boldened by being left in entire possessionof turned. He confirms the news previously but supported by a great number !
letters from officers of the "
this kind in our columns, we ask the indul- the coast, they no doubt, will make occasional received of the pitiable state of East Florida arm).

gence of 'our readers for the present, as the incursions along the Keys and isl- resigning. Gen his Clinch commission seriously to relieve contemplates himself We copy the following letter from the-

Editor has been indisposed for some days. ands, and the citizens will be subject to from olio responsibility thrown, on him by Mobile Register of 10th inst. received by

ft depredations from them continually. the withdrawal of Gen Scott, after having the Sloop Dream.. It contains an accountof

a TilE WEATHER A few days since the We should not have spoken at such by the most unheard of infatuation, and the battle fought on the 27th April. .

season for rains in this latitude set in, and length but for the purpose of showing the mismanagement, involved the country in We published a short paragraph relative
we had them with little cessation for two I irretrievable ruin, and left his successor
necessity of having some portion of our; that affair last week, but as this is
without the givenby
I means, or authority, to relieve
or three days. It is now clear, and our stationed at or near Cape Florida i j an witness and
troops the distress he has occasioned. eye participator in the ,
annual visitors has came down upon us during the pending, hostilities of the Indi- Public feeling here, is much exasperated engagement, we have thought it might not 'I

i en masse, reminding us too forcibly that we ans.' This we had understood would be against Gen Scott. No language can ex bo uninteresting to some of our leaders, ir

are made of penetrable stuff. done by Government. And why is this press the contempt and indignation with I the absence of other matter.
which his whole conduct in
the late
Since our last, ;have had no news I not done? An additional million of dol. is viewed in this district lie campaign was- CAMP CRASS, TAMPA, 2d May, 1836.
lars has been appropriated by Congress to We left this place for Fort Alabama the
,from the scat of war, and we may concludeto yesterday, through the streets in 26th under
hostilities in Florida. There is mounted His command of Col. Chisolm
suppress a effigy on a rail. mightiness,
rest from filling columns '
up our with the Alabama Volunteers 4'00 in
of in this of the Territory after receiving the honors of a triumphal num
neglect .tilings part
with accounts of battles with the Indians, ber, and Col. Foster's commond of 4th
procession the
accompanied by patriotictin
as our troops had gone into summer quarters resting somewhere. pan bapd, of music, finally evaporatedin Infantry, (Regulars) and one six pounder

the latest intelligence we 'had.Ve True, the Indians. may not commit any Washington Square in smoke, like his with a few Artillerists; in all we numbered
further acts of violence towards ourcitizensbut late brilliant campaign. 600 men. On the 26th we marched rapidly -
would! say to our readers, that we have the and reached Fort Alabama without
promise of a correspondent Tampa, who there arc few who wish to be within the Governor Call has issued General Orders interruption. About 2 o'clock on that

has probably better opportunities of communicating power, of the savage foe, who can exercise for the organization of troops, to pro- day, however, 18 miles from this place, we

correct information, than any that power at discretion. tect the inhabitants in that quarter,and we discovered large Indian trails, apparently

other in that this shall think the Territory well be of concentrating in a large hammock at that
quarter. By we LATE AND VERY IMPORTANT may glad place, near Clonoto Lassa creek and Like
always have the news from that part of Florida FROM TALLAHASSEE. having, at the present time, as efficient a and near the same spot we found one of

r by the earliest conveyance. It is our We stop the press to give place to the following man at the head of affairs, as Gen. Call. Gen. Unstis' men who had died at this

wish at all times, to make our paper as interesting ..I l ? horrible intelligence'received by the The Floridian says, the entire force, of place which, recently disinterred by the Indians,

: as possible! and the Editor pledges Schr Lucinda, Capt Wcstervelt, and the the U. S. Army left for the protectionof to give convinced us 3 battle: us in that some they place were adapted preparing to

himself that no pains shall be spared, Brig Somerset) Capt Lewis, both from St. the frontier, is estimated, on good authority their mode of attack. On the 27th/ wo ,

t to enhance its value to the reading public. Marks. The news is indeed horrible! The at 1040 men. He heads his article left Fort Alabama, after 'having taken in the .

God save the Republic." ammunition and provisions at nine 1I'c1ock
Indians are roaming over the most fertile
NAVAL. The U. S. Sloop of War St. A. M. Before leaving and abandoning

LOUIS,.Cap Rosseau, anchored in our out and populous portion of our once happy Extract from a private letter received by this post, however, we fixed a keg of power -

er harbor on the'24th inst., from Havana Territory, laying waste, and desolating al the Editor, elated, .d and a musket with a spring trigger
... before them. We St. Marks concealed in the with the
on a cruise. most every thing copy May, 13. magazine, exx>
>... > all the information received, from the Tallahassee "Our place is all in commotion The tation of givinp the dastardly Indians who/

FOOM CAPE FLORIDA. By the arrival Floridian of the 7tb inst. -vrtth Indians fired at our guard on 7th inst. 'were lurking around small' touch of chic
awfully sublime that
on Thursday 26th inst. of Captain Griffin'fr which. we have, been favored by a friend. at night, but without damage." enter the fort soon, believing after we left they it. In would this

+ m Cape Florida Light Ilouve, what lanais {From the Floridian.] I we were not disappointed, for we had not

\ on Sunday 22d inst., five or six Indl Expresses have continued to arrive du IMPORTANT FROM TEXAS-SAN. I proceeded more than a mile, before a tremendous -

an Canoes passed up the bay in the direc- ring the last three days, in rapid succession, TA ANNA CAPTURED. explosion took place,and avenged
tion of New River. Tho number of Indians bearing the most disastrous intelligencefrom By the arrival of the Sloop Dream, Capt. the death of Dranharn and others who had

in each canoe could not he ascertained. the frontier. No succor has yet been POST, from Mobile, papers from that City I fallen at that place.
sent, to Jhe relief of Capt Holloman, wherehe have been !
Capt. G. being employed as temporary was ordered by Gen. Scott, and abandoned ( received in town as late as the I We proceeded on our march without interruption .
has been at the jOth inst. Through the politeness of a until the advance guard came
Light keeper, staying LightHouse without enquiring or caring for his fate.. within 30 40
or of Clwuo Lassa
friend have paces
but tltt-se Gen Clinch we learn is wholly unable to we been favored with the peril
on seeing canoes pass creek, and the main bods of the
:afford succor to this devoted band. It sal of the Mobile Register of the above army, (particularly
within two or three miles, !he abandoned it, I the right flank of regulars) were
deeming it unsafe to stay longer, as the would be -madness to attempt to penetrateinto date, containing an account of the captureby i immediately opposite a thick hammock on
with less than
I the the nation one thousand the Texians of the Mexican commander the right, within from 30 to 80 the
Indians can at time come across paces,
any men, and this number it is impossible to
J Santa Anna, with those of his staff officers left column was also in open ground, unh
bay to the Light House in a short time. assemble. We now feel the want of those
a hammock on their left within shot
Mr. Dubose had employed a man to go up 'gallant Georgia troops dismissed with so The account is confirmatory of one previ and the rear guard had, just passed gun into,

and relieve Capt. Griffin, who met him at little courtesy. With their aid we could I ously received, and we are unable to lay the open praiio or plain, leaving tho pine

i the Light Ship on his way thither, and who now hold the open country in Alachua, and the particulars of the action before our woods,scrub and small hammocks in their
relieve district from the horrors of
our own
informed him of the fact of the Indiansbeing Indian warfare. readers.: The date of the battle is not giv rear and flanks-

seen. He however, intended goingon Capt1\I'Cants, with nine men, a few days en, but no doubt remains as to the correct, About this time I was riding in company

and what his fate may be, cannot be since;saw a party of: one hundred Indiansnear ness of the statement. We copy the arti with some of the Staff; in advance of the

told for certain it is, that if the Indians the Wicassassa Bay They had col cle at length. Artillery, and between thatand the advance \.
lected about four hundred! head of cattle, [From the Mobile guard, my attention was called to a crowdon >
choose, they will cross the bay, tako what which they had enclosed in a I lien They Register, May 10.] the left, when I immediately gallopped

they want at the Light House, and probably have undisputed possession of the whole We find the following leading paragraph my horse, and found regular soldier, who
in the New
y destroy it. This, it is supposed they will 1 open country south and east of thcSuwan- i received by Orleans this Bulletin mail't'he of yesterday, had loitered behind the day before, [being
intelligence intoxicated
,] most butchered
nee. wantonly mu-
;fr do when they gel necessiated for provisions is indeed
I I cheering to the friendsof tilated, and extended naked at full length,
'II .&.c. in hopes that they may find them Intelligence. has just been received, that '1'exas. for the purpose of attracting our attention.I .

d at that place. The Light will be abandoned ,Col John Gamble's plantation was attacked TEXAS. had just made the discovery, when the

;doubtless, if Government docs not lake last evening, by a party of' savages. Nu Colonel A. Houston of the Tcxian ar Indians opened the fire by surprise from the

to protect it, for it is considered !.lives were I lost. Capt Sear Y'1i Company, my has arrived in the steamboat Caspian, hamrnockfirst the advance guard, then
some steps
mounted men, were desjwtched immediately andconfirms, the of the the
I news glorious vic on Artillery, Regulars, and rear guard,
at the iminent risk of any man's lilb who by the Governor, to the scene of outrage.Three .
of Gen. Houston
;.tory and has favored us making near half a wile in extent. The
shall attempt to stop thero. days previous, Judge Randall's plan with the f following list of the Mexican officers first fire from the enemy for a few moment

In this event, what will be the damage .I tation was attacked and one negro killed. killed, wounded, and prisoners. produced some confusion, killing a few

sustained by commerce? It is impossibleto The Governor is organizing a new forceto Killed-Gen. Castrillion, Col. Bathes brave men, some 15 or SO horses, and madeone
Florida is replace that disbanded by Gen Scott: .Col. Mora, Col. Trevino, Col. Don J ;almost every team run away with the wag-
enumeritc it. Cape Light Every man in this city, capable of bearingarms
I Maria Romero The fire
Lieut. Col. Manuel Aqtiirre I ons. was however returned on all
situated at tho northern extreme of the has been armed, and thing within I
every I- Lieut. Col. Castillo. sides, the six pounder run up to the edge
Florida Reef, and this once shut up, and no our means will be done for the safety of 1 Gen. Cos and many others supposed to of the hammock, and poured in the shot

light kept there,the mariner will have no the country. be killed but not yet found. well indeed. After the first moment of surprise

guide to.wam him of'the dangerous shoalsto Another express arrived last evening from PrisonersGen.. Antonio Lopez de Santa botli-Volunteers and Regulars bcbaijed

which ho will be exposed. Not even a I Jefferson county, stating that the Indians A.nnaCol. Almonti,aid de camp, Cols. with great calmness, bravery and cour-
that of the fired on two men.near Col Gamble's, and Caspedes of the Guerero baltalhon, Bring t age. The particular disposition of tho
butler is kept along part. coast: wounded Mr Gorman of that county in the as,ai<.llo Santa Anna, Pertilla de la Pedre- troops,and the part they took in the battle,

to prevent the Indians from coming out oftVelr neck and thigh. Both escaped. It is hoped guire,aid to Santa Anna, Nuner yalienti, leave to official reports. Suffice it for me

strong holds and committing depredations that the party which has gone in pursuit LIeUt. Cols. 'ilipe Romero, wounded, to say, the hammocks were charged in every

at 1 pleasure,and going off again.It of these murderers will fall' in with Valenti, Don Pedro del liardo, Fernando direction, with cheering and huzzas, and

has always been the opinion of the. them and put a stop to their depredations.The I Uriza, wounded,aid to Santa Anna, Arcos: after a contest of one hour, the victory I
'clearly and decisively won, the Indians retreating -
would Governor sent a this Encise. Mugla Don Raman Curo, private
knowing ones, that the retire messenger in all directions bearing
morning to Apalachicola charter a secretary to Santa Anna, also 5 Captainsand precipitately ,
of New River andCape steamboat and so
'in the direction 12 Lieutenants. l off their dead and wounded,
which will proceed to the Withlacoochw
find the root completely defeated in their expectations,
Florida aa they arrow
to attempt the relief of Cupt hull oGeu. Santa Anna made the following ,,that although we marched that afternoon
only in that quarter, and upon which they! man's company, stationed on the banks.of proposition : that hid army should lay downtheirarraSfTexaslndependenceboacknow 1 through another large hammock and camp
in inexhaustible this river. 'I'bey were left there '
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T sight of Colonel Washington: 1 nave hoard GOLD MINES ,IN ,:THE: U. rJ\'I' :3.
Oil late the next morning, they never tired you-and not regard you? Made for y our-. miicli talk of,'him, but have never yet seen \.xfrlct-frorrl Dr. JPaUertonV report
Col. Foster of the 4th Infantry,, and not seek you? And since We were mad ,'of'lbe Mint
a gun. him"-" Had you looked behind you, at on the annual operation* the
who has been in service 24 years, says i il. before you would we not love and admire the battle of tho Cowpens"' rejoined ones following statement of the ainoant.of native
was: one of the severest battles fought du you as the last and most perfect work pi f of the ladies easily: have enJoyed gold received albe Mint since,,..the $nt
ring the war, and the most'decisive victory nature? Mart was made when nature wa ; "you" might working of the mines in 1824. '
but when sh ;! ed that pleasure. '. $5,000 ".
yet gained over ho enemy. but an apprentice; woman ; 1824'

We are now anxiously waiting an opportunity was a skilful mistress ot'her art. By yom, A BACKWOODSMAN i iw NEW YoU: 'An 18'15. 17,000.,. .
love live in double breath even in oui 1C26, 0,000 : >
for transportation. One or two companies we in the
amusing scene took"1 place lately 187,
will off in a day or two, and we offsprings after death. Are not all vices I .
get part of Broadway, between an original 1828, 46,000'f'.L'
shall procably straggle into Mobile the best masculine, and virtues feminine? Are nol t.: upper from the west and a porter dealer.. 1829, 140,000 "f'

way we can get there. As for myself, I the muses tho loves of the"learned? Do not t l: From what we could learn it appears that 1830 466,000 :.': ..
have not heard a syllable from the United all noble sprits follow the graces because 1831, 520,000 f

States since we left(except one Boston and they are woman?There is but one phoenix ex-,: Ion, 678,000 ,

one New Orleans paper,dated 12th March) and she's a female. Was not the princessand acter of the-.inhabiiantsof the great western 1833, 868,000 .*

The weather is warm, somewhat wet, foundress of good arts, Minerva, born: valley,and being too well instructed in the 1834 1835,, '. 898,000 .
of the brain of JoveO woman J 698,000
and sickness is daily increasing-in fact highest rules of good breeding to resent the insult /J.' --. ,
there'is not a day without the sound Has not woman the face of love, the tongue! dared him into ,
passes sHop
of ? O I in his opponent's own j $4,276,000
of the dead march telling of some poor, of persuasion, end the body delight the street to have a fair fight. When we _
soldier,who has just passed the confines of divine, perfected woman, if'to be of thy were passing, the Kentuckian was stripped The decline in'the last year,'ip attributed

another world. sex is so excellent what, is it then to bo a to the bull,and in the attitude of"Dig Ben," to the abstraction of laborers., -Globe.,
woman enriched by nature, while the dealer in malt liquor was quietly : '
From the Savannah Republican. education, noble by birth chaste by listening to the effusions of his wounded THE MARRIED AND UNMARRIED. Some rs

: THE FLORIDA SUFFERERS. virtueadored ,by beauty!-: a fair woman, pride, leaning against tho door, and puffing very; ciuious facts on the subject of marriage

I We accord in opinion with the Editor of f which is the ornament of heaven, the grace, a segar. His eloquence' had'no effect on as connected' 'with longevity, !are statecT.bjr., ,
11 of earth of life and of Dr. Casper, in a of fife lately1)
the New York Star, ailo Congress' immediate ,the joy the delight the imperturbable equanimity of>tho other,I paper published
I action, in making necessary all sense,even the \'ery'fl1lmnm! bonwnui. and ho quitted him instantly after the at Berlin. It had been'' long ago ,
smen's vaguely asserted that bachelors less
existence. arc
I ii ns fur the relief of those citizens of following salutation-.Yop, are too meana ,
rida'who have been made sufferers by the An eloqunt writer in tho Constitutional chap for my notice; I would'nt whip' you long-lived than married men. Hufclarid
Magazine :"-The affection that Jinkstogether and Deparcieux were of this opinion; ,and
Indian depredations.: Had there been a says now at any rate; but I've got abrother,
man and wife is a far holier and Voltair obcservcd that there were more
in the first instance
judicious course pursued, only sixteen years old-oh, how he'd Jicltyouhe'.r '
the cnthusiam suicides those who had
,by the Department at Washington, more enduring passion the hyena of Kentucky winteringin among not'given
the individuals who have been impoverished of young'love. It may want its'gorgeousness Orleans/" hostages to fortune than among those who
it vant its character had. Odicr however the first who seton
would not now have to appeal| to Congress may imaginative was
'I for a reimbursement of that which they but it ts far richer in holy and trusting I Iattrigutes THE WIDOWER AND illS DAUGHTER. foot the inquiry with exactitude, ,and'hofound

have been deprived'of through government Talk not to us of the absenceof He did not send her to a boarding school (Bibl. Brilannique, 1814) that in .the

inactivity. Yes-the lives of hundreds love in wedlock! What! because a man to learn frivolous accomplishments, and cape of females tho duration of life, for 'the

, would have been saved, and the mourningof has ceased to "sigh like a furnace," we are make romantic friendship, and have her married woman of 25, was about 36 years;

the widow and orphan would not be to believe that the fire is extinct! No; it t head filled with fashions, and the beaux, while for the unmarred it was but 30 1-2. J',i,

ringing in the ears of those who have been burns with a steady and brilliant flame; before any principles for the guidance other At 30 there was a difference of four'years !

wantonly deaf to their sworn duties. The shedding a beugn influence upon ex conduct iu life, or any distinct ideas in favor of the married; and at 36, two

charge of negligence on the President and istence, a million times more precious and of what constituted rational happinetst had years'and so on. It may be said; perhaps;

\\l Secretary of War, stands written in con I delightful than tho cold creams of philos- been conveyed to her nand Certain it is, that married<< females ought to considered

spicuous letters "on the wall," and it can ping" that the love of home, and tho habis of M picked lives; but, ad Dr. Casper observed j

never be obliterated, notwithstanding theefforts domestic confidence, must pervade female this i is" far from being generally the

of the Globe, by falsities and artifices A DEFLOBAULE SCENE Mrs. Folly who education, or merely being married, will case, especially in the middle'and upper

to screen them.It was indicted some months since, in NewJersey never make a woman fond of domestic chases of society; it is chiefly:among the. ,

is:! the duty of the President to recommend for severe chastisement of a little pleasures,capable of discharging domestic lower orders,where a livelihood is procuredby "I
to if not acted black girl belonging to her husband in labor, that importance is attached "to
Congress, upon preVIOUS duties. It is strange that men of sense, i
to the adjournment, a provision for cunsqllenco of which cruelty trial the child learning,and knowledge the world,.can the bodily health''and vigor of the female. :
died-was her last week
the relief of'.these unfortunate people. We put upon to'tb aIlackensack. t believe. that a weak-minded, sentimental, With regard to men, we gather from De-

say'itis his duty, because their sufferings indictment. and. She pleaded the guilty of the frivolous young lady, whose whole heart parcieux's and the Amsterdam (able, "that

and privations have been brought upon them Court. After due implored consideration mercy of the is devoted to dress,. ,amusements, unr. the mortality those, from ,3d'to'45 years ''
through him and Secretary's inertness. Will husband-hunting, will make 'a kind, 'submissive :t, Mrurz7'per"cem.for the unmrried,
circumstances ehe sentenced three
he do it? In'the language: of Mr. RitchieA'ou'a was to ,and judicious wife!Such apparently while iti il but 18 for tho married; and that
at hard labor in tie
Verron. years imprisonment i gentle girls are the most unreasonable for the 41 bachelors who attain the age
State The which
"Uf>dress should follow injuries, and scene placeon beings in tho \'ersc-as wives, 1 moan of 40, there are 79 married men. The
pronouncing sentence, is described by I
: and property destroyed in war should be the Newark Advertiser Men will not belivc, till they find by conjugal differnce becomes striking as,'age advances ':
j i promptly paid! for. The Florida sufferers Daily ,as deeply and that ; at the of 60 there about '
, shockingly cting. The prisoner a well I experience, a pretty, soft-spoken, ago arc 22 unmarried :1
must not he permitted to appeal, year after dressed and in sentimental young creature, whose deepest men alive for 48 nurried;:at 70, 11
respectable woman ,
year: to the justice of Congress, like the surrounded her husband personal and learning is French phrases,and a few tunes bachelors for 27 married men; and at 80 r
appearance, by
sufferers on the Niagara frontier. Now ia foe the three bachelors who
the \
family friends all of them of respectable on piano, can passions violent as1.zaooth may chance to
the time to even before the war is : be alive there 9
be are BenedictsThe u.m
prove 4tamlinnwas or obstinate as Madamo Stale i
about to be turn__ _frnm__ snrialvo
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closed, for the payment of Indian j depredations > : ;n. n ----1 proportion holds
: and doomed to an ignominious in an argument. Before proposing to very nearly good with respect -
The government: stood pledged to nionship for years with the vilest compan-felons. marry a young lady, consider if she has to the female sex;''72 married women, #

remove them from Florida, and settlers under Her shrieks as she was borne out of the qualities you wouid esteem in an intimate for example,attain the ago of 45, wbilecn.

the faith of treaties and the guaranteeof court room, are represented as heart friend If she has not, never dream your 'y 5* unmarried reach th*'same term of life.

protection from the government, have rending.-N. 1": Courier.A love will last, though she be beautiful as M. Casper, in conclusion, 'considers the ,m

gone on improving their plantations and a Houri.-Beauty is a fascinating objectbut point as now incontestably settled, that, in

erecting new buildings. The Indians resolved PUMVKIN STu \. Mr. II. Gray, of whoever selected a FRIEND for his both sexes marriage is conducive to lon rgcvity
on war, and have destroyed in prop- Mrs. Hale. .
beauty -
Jay Me. raised last from
year a single 1w
erty upwards of a million of dollars, besides w
pumpkin seed of the kind
common one .
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Congress should provide means for the immediate hundred and ninety.one pounds of pump- There is a pernicious habit which is not NOTICEALDEN A. M. JACKSON ESQ. ...
kins; and the vino run including all its only but
\V enable owners forthwith to rebuild) and place branches, forty-three rods and seven lietThat's We have reference to the practice of borrowing ingmy absence JAMES WEBB '

their property in its former condition what we call thrifty. There's no or taking without leave certain property March 7, 1834. r [12-tf] .

Much as this war is to be regretted, inconsequence mistake about our state; we have the big. in the shape of books, canes, umbrellas,&<: -'
gest pine trees and the largest pumpkin It may appear to some to be {
of tho sacrifice of life, still persons nothing I NO'f
the government will be great gainers by it. vines of any state in the Union. but a joke-particularly to those who may icEAII persons having claims

The Indians own 20,003 head of cattle- [Not so fast, Mr. editor. We saw a have suffered themselves-but really it is against the estate of Daiius Clapp, dec'd

5000 horses, and 700 slaves, independentof vine which grew on this Island, bearing not to lie tolerated. In fact we see no difference are requested for to present them to the undersigned .

their land-all of which will fall into two pumpkins which would that in the act, whether a man appropri- the payment, and those indebted to
outgo 'all estate will
please call:
the hands of the victor in the contest. Besides ates such articles to his use without an settle their ac
hollow '
one which weighed one hundred counts. MARY ANN CLAPP
the government own twenty millions ownership or puts his hand into his neigh ,
acres of land, the value of which will be and fifteen pounds. D'ye give it up. Of bor1 pocket and abstracts therefrom his April, 30, 1836. [18-tot] Ad'm'l'X,

materially enhanced by tho removal of the course we knock under when it comes to I pocket-book. It is very true that oftentimes '/

Indians,which will undoubtedly follow this the pine trOOS.-ED bQ,] m the latter case, fie-'might not be much NOTICE..--Sixweeks aflef date

war,and the Indians own four millions of the gainer, but the principle is the snme.- apply to the of tho hwill
Judge ;
acres, worth eight millions of dollarswhichthey PRETTY CONSIDERABLE COLD! Theed- Let it bo discountenanced letters .ofaAdmanistration CquntyCourtier
must lose. Under itor of the Newcastle on the estate of
circumstances Gazette
relates a II. B.Crews
story P, S. Wo dec'd.
I are bound P. J. ONTANE.
to confess ;
justice that about of howev
requires Congress should a couple gentlemen in that
neighborhood 'er that the Key West
make provisions for those who have suffered who had a fire kindled in their listed, pUlctice alluded to may bo pal- April 25,1836. [HM3tJ

by Indian depredations in Florida, and we sleeping-room, a few evenings since, and Some as a custom of cry 'high origin.- -' '
since *
trust that Col. White the zealous and able kept it burning all night; bnt such was the years we attended a levee at V OTICE is
Wushmgtou at which hereby gives,tbat the
representative, will lose no time in moving extreme coldness of the weather, that, ou the haut, time a young manor .l, term of lbe' Superior Court for the

in the matter, so that the territory may frame awaking in the morning, they discovered usual time ton for made his debut. At the ,Southern Judicial'District Florida, held

Jiatcly% recover from its recent disasters.1 hanging from each end of the &big back-log search for his retiring, ho commenced ,in the city of Key Welt, u postponed by 1
hat; Ho : His
icicles six was tumbling Honor James Webb,
"large or seven inches In length!" over Judge of. said
WOMAN. While: poring over our ex- The editor of the Gazette he aim cloaks, coals,caps, hats, &c. with considerable District, to the second Monday in June

change papers the other day (says the Sun afraid to put this fact against lays this vexation, when tho sooty porter ad. ensuing being the thirteenth day of said'
day Morning News,) we met the following side of Iceland.LOOKING any vanced with a low bow- What you look' I month, at which time Jurors witnesses,

curious compliment to the fatr sex,extracted iTT?"- am 1004'11 fur my bat, repli !accordingly.parties, and ill others concerned will attend

from an old play entitled "Cupid1 Bin mo. Tarleton could riot ed dandy pettishly. 66 What kinder hat I TII08 EA8TJ ;
was i it mUla." -Il4y Marshal!
Whirligig bear to hear his enemy praised. When 1 it was a new hat- i Key Welt. MareJl 9, 18:16. (1"-4tl '
"Who never had
would abuse that it on before this
sex knows "
your ladies .
,some in Charleston evening'e -
were -
eulogizing Lord -
ill 0 women, were we Dot born of you, 'Colonel Washington fie Hess yor soul massa, the new hats .
should we not hen honor ? Nursed replied, with a bin daoe one for more dan JOB PAINTING EXECUTED *
you by scornful air, "I would be very glad to get a a hour. ; &' .
(Vicksburg Register. *'
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I'1, ,'.Fipjn*-the 1. 'SothernLuerary' 1/' t ,Journal l. I the yopn ,Creek warriors, as given by Bartramris I close..all l its revolutions pastall its,turbu. of responses, 'and their'' arties$ earnest
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V. TIIC'- SEMINOLES : supposed to furnish ,the last intelligence lence hushed, all its t mighty, griefs healed; !chant than all ,the Splendor! and'parade' of

which wo have of the Ycmassees as its mysterious destinies accomplished ; and more lofty fabrics. .'

rTheSemmolc.s/are ,supposed to bethe, This tradition we state the )light of eternity about to, break pver it
and indeed the remaining a people. may But Sund"Y'morning is past; and after,
immediate only
or the Ycmassees. has been made the subject of a Poem, by a. with a new nnd imperishable power. Man noon is rolling away; but shall not roll

descendant: ancient native of South Carolina, but one no longer' rests from his labors, and every thing rests awaywithout its dower of happiness shed
The name, in the language of the nation, with him. There lie the steeds that
citizen, entitled "Onoa"-the first canto: : weary on very ,down, and into every beautiful

'I' is said signify the"borderers".or "'"out will only of which has been published- poem I have: dragged the chain and smarted under vale of this fair kingdom. Closed are the

//0 casts": Perhaps true signification too it ,is said by the lash they have pulled the plough and
to that competent judges, (we ; doors of the curch, but opened are these of
rd equivalent ofour"squat-
f ho I have: 'not seen it ourself,) the most beautiful the ponderous waggon, or flown over hillor thousands and tens of thousands of dwellings
,, unceremonious adventurer who
, ter".the ,and justly descriptive of dale at man's bidding there they lie,
himself of domain that any original ; to receive friends and Kindred. And

possesses hid tribe and drives a his tent-stakes beyond into I work of fancy ever yet produced in our! on the sunny slope of the field; and the around the pleasant tea-table happy
of groups
\ From this loseall sheep and cattle seem imbued with
period we sightof
heretofore unbroken soil of the original country. very are gathering in each other's house, freed
1 the the Yemassees and in the their luxurious of rest. The
regions to enjoyment from clinging, pressing,.enslaving
The Yemassees well know cares of
I and forest.,have been as reminded we .by a, which they fled, we find for the first time, farmer has been walking into his fields, the six days; and sweetly, and full Af
and About the date tho looking over this and that fence into
native author the occu just same present, gate renewing strength to the heart does the
distinguished- ,
Seminole. His tribes scattered wild enclosnres of mottled with flowers
were grass evening roll And does it
of South Caaoliria chiefly of those I away. not roll
pants .
sections the coast. Their and roving, over the very ground for which like a carpet.or rich green corn growing as sweetly where, by many a cottage-tlnut

; immediatly upon he is now fighting. The Ochlehawees, or almost visibly, at his cattle and the shady the aged grandfather and
i to Florida grandmother
I 1 ;i territory border tribes spread had away frequent communication, thE; ,Oklewaws, skirted the river of their own quiet of his house. And it is a shady qui with two generations about them, and bak

and lake the Uchccs et. The sun'glances about its porch, and
with the Spanish of St. Augustine i Cecnuphkce; on in another glorious Sabbath sunset? And

-fI. their possessors disasters. Tempted to 1 the St. Johns, about the spot known to the flickers amongst the leaves on the wall, and is it not sweet where friends stroll throughthe
.re elJion .the Spaniards they were leftpnstipported.in present inhabitants as Spring Gardens; the the spa.rrows chirp, and. fly to and fro; but delicious fields,in high or cheerful talk
by ;
the conflict Micasukies on the Suwannee,and the frag- the dog lies and slumbers on the step of along the green lane, or broom-cngoldtned

j rosy: be as.lt has been 'told., afl They-tb.cn story were meuts of,olller tribes, separated or thrown I the door, or only raises his head to snap ot hili-side; or down into the woodlan J valley
tiovernor Craven in several together, spread themselves away further the lies that molest him;;the very cat where tho waters run clear and chimingly,

t severe punished battles by and finally driven, beyond west, to the Bay of Tampa. coiled up on a sanbright border in the gar mind the dripping grass and the brook/lime,

} In 1820 the Seminoles described themselves den sleeps voluptuously within all is
resorted St. Augustine ; and the yelllow beams of the descendingsun
the borders.:-They, to
as but an hundred years old. Com cleanness and rest. There is none of the glances serenely the trees?
,and were:there received, according. among
the historian with arms and great' municatitig with our government, about running and racketting of the busy week it not sweet where, on some sequestered

to} Guns, were/open fired ,and the bells that period, reference to,their lands and day ; the pressing of curd, and shaping style, sit two happy lovers; or where they
rejoicing. ,
claims they speak in the bold' of and turning of cheese the rolling of the
\were made to ring a hearty reception the language ; stray along some twilight path, and the
a fearless and "A barrel churn tho scouring of pails the
independent people. ; wood-bine and the wild.roselrc
warriors and for a time the rern- drooping
twenty ,
uant of the nation seemed, if not perfectly hundred summers," say they, "have seen pumping, and slopping, and working and their flowery boughs over them, while earth

t Satisfied with, at least not greatly to lament lie( Seuitnole warriors reposing undisturbed chattering, und singing, and scolding of and heaven, supremely lovely in themselves,
under the shadow of his hve oak and the dairy-maids all that can be dispensed with
their unhappy change of condition. Still ; ; take new and divine hues from their own
suns of an hundred winters have risen of these matters, is dispensed with and '
on ; passionate spirits and youth and truth
t they .did not then cease to harass tho Carolinians. ; are
r Coupled with the arms of the hjs ardent pursuit of the buck and Bear, what must be done, is done quietly, and is theirs; the present is theirs in love; the

r European Spaniards, the bow and arrow of with none to question his boundary or deny early away. There is a clean, cool parlor; future is theirs in !high confidence;-all
his The date the window lets in the odor of the
the'.Yeniassee. frequently penetrated into range. assigned corresponds open that makes gloiious the life of angels: is

the heart of' South-Carolina and a long with that ,of the period winch intervened garden,-the yet cool and delicious odor theirs for the time' Yes'! nil through the

series of romances be framed, out of between the disappearance of may
,the frequent strifes and struggles see, his supposed progenitor and the tint pots in the window; gathered flowers stand: cities, its valleys, its fair fields;-its lib

these enterprises'. The historians consequent for appearance ,of the Seminole or Emigrant.The on the breakfast table; and the farmer's'comely erated millions are walking in the eye of

upon same speech also most truly denotes wife,:already dressed for the dayas heaven, drinking in its suhlimecalm
the,time, filled with a laudable hostility! refreshed
the character of both 'who she sees him come in sits down to
people, were by its galessoothed the
their habitual: enemies, speak, of St. Augustine by peaceful
fearless to the lust and both ardent out his coffee. Over the croftgatethe
1 whence these maraudiug expedi degree, pour beauty of the earth. There is a pause of
lovers ot: tor which the laborers arc leaning, talking on the last
' tions mostly issued, as of another ,Sallee, independence profound; holy tranquility in which twilight
'ilenouncinguponit former has lung since, perished, and in de week's achievements, and those of the drops down upon innumerable rot.fc
; ; : .perpetually man alike. We..veng'eancej6fhcav.cn'and look fence of which, the fate of the latter may 'week to come; and in many a cottagegarden and,prayers ascend from countless hearts,

baciCflgwupQnjheir, narrative, and ,mode soon be written. He is a wild lover of the cottagers with their wives and chil in city and in field, on earth and mountain,

of expression ten with much tho 'MMMI freedom and is ,pained even with the restraints -: dren, are wandering up and down, admiringthe and then-'tis gone: thc Sabbath i is purled.
of and I of this and that and
relaxation. In. his growth
repose ; everyone But
sort of mixed mirth and admiration; as we blessings, ten thousand blessings
own language-"the Seminole is of a wilts settles, in his own mind, that his cabbages, be that
i and let
usually feel in the perusal of those{ border,. I upon day; myriads of
and scattered ho swims the and and beans arc tho best in the
legends of the middle in which : race streams pease, thanks stream tip to the throne of God
ages and leaps the of the forest in whole and that as for currants
habits and fashions were mingled over logs pursuit : country; for this divine and regenerating gift to
grotesque ot -like, the whooping Crane gooseberries, apricots, und strawberries,
As I have in
-a strange incongruity-with much ofthe men. sate some flowery! dale,
i up that makes its nest at night, fur from the: there never were such crops since trees and with the of
noble the martial and the chivalrous, sweetness May around me, on
t '. A ;great deal of the most ,interesting spot where U dashed the dow from the grass bushes grew.. a week-day, I have: thought of all the :nil.lio'ns -
and the flowers in the But the bells rings out from the old
morning of immortal
portion of Carolina history from the very i creatures toiling for their
The Seminole war-in which General church tower. The parson is already issuing :
daily life in factories and
first settlement by tho Huguenots, down shops, the
Jackson carried the scourge into their fastnesses from his pleasant parsonage groups of whirl
of and
to,and including the period of tho Revolution machinery, the greedy cravings
and Mackintosh, the celebrated[ peasantry are already seen streaming over of mercantile
narrates mo-continual.jealousies and gain, suddenly
: chief and of the lower Creeks hun the toward the in the lanes
uplands village
martyr ; tins' interval
i frequent strifes J between the early' Carol golden of time has lain bc'ore'
ted them out. with fire and hatchet-was gay ribands and Sunday gowns glance from I in all its
fans and the Spaniards. The unfortunate me brightness time, and! a
supposed, for a time, to have broken the between the trees; and every house sends time
expedition undertaken by Oglethorp against perpetually'recurring in which the
: indomitable spirit of this people. They (forth its inhabitants t. worship. Blessings
S"t. Aujustine! which occasioned so much iron claps earthly tyranny is loosed, and
sullcred dreadfully for the error which led on those old f fabrics that "stand on many -
ill ftehng: at the (.line, between Carolina gray I Peace, Faith, and Freedom, the angles of
them to encourage, and join with the-mint- a hill, and in many a lowly hollow, all God
down and walk
r j and tho then infant Colony of Georgia, I come once more
ical Creeks whom the had : this beloved for much
( by war been over country; as
may .I l>e taken in proof: and this may .beconsidered :amongst men!
t and who tied! with that of
'fair-sample of the war brought on, them in great we reprobate system private or political -
t n'vcry' numbers their which Ten thousand blessings on this day,
to screening everglades. patronage by unqualified, unholy
I carried on between the parties. In all
: Tins, indeed, increased their numbers., and unchristian men have sometimes the friend tf man and beast. The bigot ,

those controversies, the Indians generally Thu Mickosukiesare: hall of them Creeks. been thrust into their ancient pulpits, I am would rob it of its healthful freedomon the )
took the side tho other-
part on one or on
i They lost their elasticity after the punishment of Sir Walter Scott's opinion, that no pla one hand, and coop up man in his workaday .
i tho Ycmassees, from 1715 thoyoar of their
they received from Jackson, and havenot ces are so congenial to the holy simplicity dungeons, and cause him to walk with
Acpulsion, ranging invariably on the side
t recovered it since. 'l'JJoold of Clnistian demure steps and downcast and the
temper is worship as they are. They, eyes
of the Spaniards, Their great valor
again apparent; anti probability is, that have an air of antiquity about them! ,-and libertine would desecrato all its sober
i fearless and constant adventure recornirjendeiljiheni -
I to tho highest consideration we now, in great part, are required to atone stand so vprierably amid the most English decorum to the other. God, and the sound

These fur the strifes and quarrels with our ancestors scenes; and the tombs! of generations ot the heart and sterling sense of Englishmen,

ofthe.pur,9peans. qualities main-, an hundred years ago, fur the Ycumfeeo dead, that we cannot enter them withou1 preserve it from those evils. Let us still
iainedthpfn. in. the estimation of
tho never forgets Ins enemies,and the Sem- having our imaginations: and our hearts avoid puritan rigidity and French dissi
theirwhitea\lics\ while war lasted : but
mole well known with pation. Let our children and our servants,
i it is never foregoes luarevenue. po-\cifully impressed every feelingand
after this period, they because burthensome
and those who toil for in vaults and
The that make love us ,
3 I i present campaign in Florida thought can us our country -
and a nuisance tortheir t fhends. How long
t may provide the sequel fur both histories and yet feel that it is not our abiding shops, and factories, between the intervals
continued in St. 'An ustirre
they we are
; anti the recurd is likely to be indelible, place. Those antique arches, those low of solemn worship, have freedom to walkin
not abhj\ to determine yet, from some
; the face of heaven and the of
for it is so far yuitten iu blood. massy doors, were raised in days that are beauty

circumstances; we iiiny form a reasonable long gone by; around those walls, nay be- earth( for in the great temple of Nature
cnJeeturIr.. whose
Siowis researches
;into Indian history, have been prosected From the Literary Souvenir for 1836. neaih our very feet, sleep those who, in stand together-Health and Piety. FortIJ'self1

SUNDAY IN THE COUN'fItYBy their generations, each in his little sphere speak from experience has
great! and \"ho. it ia said, i is now
t build always been my delight to out on a Sunday -
to go
helped England her
engaged: u\w\ a novel, to follow "theYernassto" ,, \V. mewl((.* up te present field
!pitch of greatness. We catch of and, like Isaac, meditate in the ,
as asocial, audio be entitled But let into tjic far far glimpses
us away, country that deep veneration, of that unambitious and especially! ) in the sweet tranquility, and

"!lie Se.lnil\oll"- assert, that they left St. Into the still, pure, unadulterated: country.[simplicity of mind and tJlat'e !the gathering shadows of evening;and never

Aubmstineeu'l masse in 1742. having lived Ah! her indeed' is a Sabbath What a would f.nd hold fast amid manner in temple or in closet, did more !hallowed
with in their j our growing
thoSpaniard or
'' neighborhood peace, what a calm yet glad repose, lies on I knowledge, and its inevitable remodelling influences fall upon my heart. With the

ijcarly': five years He states,-\ c nrgtoldVthougli 1 its fair hills\ ; over all its solemn woods?-I of the whole framework twilight and the hush ofcartha tenderness
of 11'eare
( I have not his _, society. I
wo authority, dales and
fluils secluded
flowery deep has stolen desire for thing
made to feel l earnestly the desire to, upon me; a every
tfittu1 desired to
: Spaniards! compel then valleys, reflect ibe holy tranquihly of heaven and love creature on
holy a furevery
of pure ;
pluck spirit faith the of
labor iu public works, finding fur them, nc]I It and tne integrity wonder of his
morning, sun comes: character and the whom God las stamped the
whole heart of lore ofking
service but that such a degradationwas I
military: 'I
up in the sky as if hu knew it was a day ot child of
constantly resisted by the independentsavage. t t universal the I and country, out of the ignorance handiwork; but especially to every
in oflhe worid
A commotion look place: and c L he l pause the workings ;land blind superstiton ofthepast. Therefore humanity; and then have I been made to
shoves: over
resortvnslatl to arm*, which ended' in then r r giecu leaves; and ten glittenng thousand blossoms I it _i is that I have always loved the feel that there i is no oratory like: that which
church, I have stroll far
second oxpuUion t'rotu theirubode. The), and the i birds fill the blue fresh air with' a the, delighted to has Heaven itself for its roof, and no teaching
are supuosed Vi hate: fled to till Cellar 01thlOk't'"tanh" \through summer fields, and hear still
of music. The which
rapture earth looks
ucw onward their bells like the teaching of the Spirit
c, and the. beautiful ,inditionof t i I and beautiful as on the day of its creation ringing happily, to enter
"the ; of the Sun dcceivm ;land.8t down amongst;, its rustic congre- has created dnd !tt; overshadows the world
Daughters :,:! but it i is full of lest as it it drew near its
Ibr\1Inn, beltc.1plI\ {'d with their murmur 'with its infinite wing,