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: June 25, 1836
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
lccn - sn 95026781
System ID: UF00049046:00077

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BY J.: ATKINSON: EDiron AND : KEY WEST, FLORIDA:, JUNE 55, 1836. \(Voi. 2.-No.: 25.-VVnotK No.)77.) If: i

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The Key West Inquirer. forthwith before any justice of the peace,I]) Wards, &c. arc held by the Judge in the of an ardent attachment to the free institution endeavor .
our native soil, we shall ever
,,. ,, upon affidavit of any pilot, that he spoke 11 several counties -annual1,. I
--- : to support them, and impress on then iodtt P
said the!
vessel boarded her outside of
of the ''
people a due oftlo.inctimablft ti'
sense ;
FIVE DOLLARS PEn ANNlftf. prescribed limits, and that the captain of APPELLATE COURT. privileges they have inherited To this,,' J ,
-Subscribers at distance must in I said vessel refuses to pilotage or half
a pay
{ The Court of Appeals consisting of the end our columns will on all occasions? be open '
have in this city pilotage, in or out as the case be. t .
advance, or an agent may Judges of the several Superior Courts is to,the advocates of any rational system, :''r ,
1 ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate : ,
-I held annually at Tallahassee on tho first of general educationbelicyiog' wo do,
t One Dollar and Fiftv Cents per? square, (of r DIUECTO" in that they only who understand their rights/
1 fifteen: lines,) for the( first insertion, and
best appreciate and will watch-'
can most ;
1 Sevenlv-Fivc Cents for each subsequent Compiled for the Key Wckt Inquirer. '
J OF THE CUSTOMS. ully guard them.1 The public authorities, : 1
All Advertisements will be
continuance. Any error will be corrected, and addition in duo administration of their lawful 1t' :
continued until otherwise ordered. None! made on the Editor's being notified of such District of St. AU lIatine.-Collector,John will be sustained-but, should an occasion

will be considered less than be a square.discontinuedunless error or omission. Rodman. unfortunately present itself to our notice, t
(t r No subscription -
will not hesitate to denounce what
( at the option of the Editor,) until all I EXECUTIVE. District of Fcnsacola-Collector} Robert we conceive to be an abuse.To we j

arrears arc paid. Governor, RICHARD K. CALL. Secretary Mitchell. Inspector, 11. A. Mitchell.'Sur- may morality-the general, prosperity promote.of our I. I
All to the Editor business Win. M. Loftin. t
letters on ,
GEORGE WALKER.: veyor, common country and especially the Ml de-
must be Post Fail! -
velopcinent of the rich resource of, this 1
LEGISLATURE. District of St. Johns-Collector, James
Territory-to tbe observance of i
For the information of transient vessels The Dell. Inspector, Horatio J. Dexter. encourage
Legislative Council is of
composed an orderly deportment in 1I0ciot-to foster, !
passing Key West, we give the following twenty-six members, divided among nine a spirit of generous emulation among our, (
RATES OF PILOTAGEas teen Counties follows. Leon FourEscambia District of St. Marks-Collector, Jesse II.
as ; industrious citizens in their respective I
established by the County Court. Two; Gadsden, Two ; Jackson, Willis Inspector Burr 11. Duval. Inspector branches of business. These arc ambn\ g: I

Be it ordered by the County Court, that all 1 Two; Jefferson Two; St. Johns, Two; Augustus Steels, Tampa Bay. our objects. r I I

Vessels shall be subject to the followingrates Walton, Washington, Franklin, Madison, In the proceedings of the Federal Go.* r I l
of Pilotage.Sec. Hamilton, Columbia, Alachua, Duval, Nas District of Apalachicola-Collector, G. J. crnnicnt, Floridians are as intimately' con** l'

I. All vessels of War ) sau, Mosquito, Hillsborough, and Monroe, Floyd. ''uspector, W. D. Price. corned as any other citizens of'tho United .;; ,

drawings and not more $ rEU FOOT One each.Delegate. States, atld entertain as lively) an interesting. !

than 14 feet, $: 00 District of Key West-Collector, WilliamA. the doctrines it avows and tho measures i$. ;;', i
Drawing 14 and not more to Congress, JOSEPH M. WHITE Whitchcad. Inspector and Deputy pursues. Its acts and principles, therefore,' ; ;

than 18 feet, 2 !25 Collector, Adam Gordon. Inspector, Ste will not improperly become the ,subjects ;
Drawing 1ft and not over ELECTIONS.The phen R. Mallory. Temp Weigher and calm, but at the same time thorough consideration. L 1

21 feer, 2 50 elections members of LegislativeCouncil Gauger, William 1!. Wall. Appraisers, In the politics,',of the Territory, ;
Over 21 feet, 3 00 take place annually on the second Charles M. Wells, George E. Weaver of course a part must be taken ; net that'of ,

Sec. 2. Merchant Vessels Monday in October ; and Delegate to Congress Inspectors, Charles Howe, Indian Key.! a blind zealot or infuriated partizan; but I '

drawing 5 and not lover Biennially on the first Monday in John Dubose, Cape Florida. that of u dispassionate, and impartial Inqui-! > <*J '

twelve feet, shall JM .FOOT Map Charlotte Harbor-Inspector, Alex rer. In assuming this ground whtch.wilh !H .

,. pay, $1 50 ander Patterson. % resolutely be maintained, we pledge our! f![ I
AH above 12 and not over JUDICIARY. solves thai every communication, 0(, what'soovor ijj.! :'

16 feet, 2 00 Superior Courts, having Admiralty Ju BANKS. I nature, and from ,whatever source, J :
All over 1C and not above risdiction. Dank of West Florida; Apalachicola, chartered be thankfully received and respectfully-- ,

18 feet, 2 25 EASTERN JhSTRICT--cornprising the 1829-apital, 500000. attended to ; always under ,tho proviso

All above 18 feet shall pay 2 50 Couuties of Nassau, St. Johns, Duval, Columbia President, Cashier. which (as unshackled by personal! obligation >

Sec. 3. Vessels arriving or departing thro' I schuss) Hillsborough and part of or party prejudice) we :will strictfyS! \

the North West Passage, and drawing four ; Mosquito.Judge Bank of Pensacola, Chartered 1831-Cap-i adhere to, that nothing scurrilous or1 low [ ''j

feet or upwards,except such as are hereinafter ROBERT< RAYMOND REID. Attorney, ital $2,500,000. or personally? abusiveshall everbe,admittecl. j !j/|
mentioned, shall pay $2 00 i THOMAS .. OUGLAea. Marshal SAMUELBLAIR. President, Walter Gregory. Cashier,I into our columns. ?, M
All Vessels bound through the Nortl James Cathn.
The progressive advancement in tho Arts fn 'J'
West Pass, and touching at Key. West for Sciences and ,
the purpose of landing passengers, letters, The regular terms are held as follows:- Dank of St. Augustine Cha-tered'lo own' 'other General Literature ,Dr your
: apt will,always receive'
For St. Johns and Mosquito Counties, at ;
of wood '
or obtaining supplies provisions, or Capital $300,000. notice and
proper j our selections from Cho'lighter
water,shall depart without being subject to St. Augustine on the second Mondays in (Not yet operation.) works of the ;
day will Lo'bot.
Match and October. hope
For Nassau ,
the above ordinances, unless the master of "
the said vessel shall request a pilot to take on the second Mondays in April and No Merchants and Planters Bank of Florida Measures instructing have and amusing to our reader? I
already been taken
vember. For Alachua Columbia for a fair i
of such vessel and take her out -
charge over Tallahassee Chattered 11'32.e with ;
llJe of the belt '
Counties, at N ewnansville tl, aewspa'-
tho Bar ; for whichservices he shall receivethe on Capital $200,000. and ,
Wednesdays after the third !Mondays i in pen periodicals t and every effrrt will
usual rates of pilotage All pilots detained President, Cashier, be made
to provide for
April and November. And for our subscriber
County a
on board of any vessel, by the request '
of her commander, shall receive for at Jacksonville,on the first :Monday i ir Central Bank of Florida, Tallahassee pleasant In and useful fireside companion. ,;. \

each and every day's service three dollars May and December. Chancery terms arc Chartered 1832-Capital 1000000. return we ask the liberal support of the.

per day, over and above his pilotage. Fish held at St. Augustine on the second Mondays President, Ben Chaires. Cashier Leslie public. CHANDLER.. '.

ing Smacks and Wrecking Vessels shall not in July and September: A.-Thompson. C R.'SESSIONS.: \

be subject to this ordinance.Sec. Tallahassee,Mid. Flori: "y- ,, I.
4. De it further ordained, That any MIDDLE DISTRICT-Comprising the Counties Commercial Dank of Florida,Apalachicola ( Editors friendly to the advancement ;

vasscl having passed the buoy,on the Bar of of Leon, Gadsden, Hamilton. ,Jefferson Chartered 1832-Capital $500,000. I of, literature, will confer'a'favor by guide t

the North West Passage, before having and Madison. President,J. C. Maclayj Cashier,M Clark. the above an insertion in their paper. .
been boarded by a pilot, shall not be obliged Judge, THOMAS RANDALL. Attorney, Ml013t 'C.HUDSON'S ck 8./

to take the same ; hut in case a pilot goes JAMES D. WESTCOTT. Marshal, 1'no11.1Ennc Union Bank of Florida,Tallahassee, Char Tr : 'c

on board. by the. request! of her. captain,then RANDOLPH. *' tered 1833: -, ,
I "'u --Capital $3,000.000. .V. M..I_._ "A.u __ _ .. .
ho shall receive the usual pit') age. i-. rrcsiaent John U. / t i; & ana
Gamble, Cashier John tlTfwq'aper
Sec. 5. Be it further ordained That all The regular terms are held as (ollowaror Parkhill. '' I AND FORWARDING' i-crwaicas.ngenry OFflCE J ;;

vessels hound into the Port of Key West, Hamilton County, at ---- on the firs t] Corner ,' .. t I'I j
and spoken by a pilot, Boca Chica bearing Mondays in Juno and December. For Farmers Bank of Florida, Mariana Char of Wall and Water Street, 'N'' T:$ '

North, or North Westerly, shall pay full Madison County, at Sail Pedro, on the tered 1834-Capital $75 000., General European Agent;DR It., fUEL$ : I ," "
pilotage at the same rates as though she had 'Thursdays after the ;first fonJa,. in June (Not in operation. TpN McKENZIE, of LJveipool, .'*' f
: been brought In over the main ship channel. and December. And for the remainder of -- ) The subscriber hating returned from Eu .. .1

All vessels arriving and not having been the I: District, at Tallahassee on the first Bank of .Jacksonville, Chartered rope,is gratified in being able to, aftDOUDce'I
spoken by a pilot before passing the above Mondays' Api il and October. *, Capital $75,000 1R35.' tQ, the merchants, .editors of-newspapers, I'Ii,I
named limit, and three miles and. tie public ''
being from the (Not in : ceqrall'tb't' hit arrange i
yet operation.
light house on,Key West,shall only be sub- WESTERN DISTRICT-Comprising the ) meats for the abofe are now; complete; and?;

ject to pay half pilotage ; but if not spoken 4 Counties of Escambia, Walton, Washington I' PROSPECTUS that be is..now ready, to .receive prdcrSjto
until after passing the aforesaid limits, in ]Franklin and Jackson. I Ojr any extent for"all foreign Newspapers and t '

that case she shall bo exempted from payingany J Judge, JOHN A. CAMERON. Attorney, The Florida Periodicals whatever, which can'be deliv\ '
pilotage.Sec. C BEOROE WALKER. Marshal, J. W. EXCM. Intelligencer. erect in this'city,'or forwarded to any '
y part
C. Be it further ordained, That allvessel IT has of the country by mail,'at the regular ii ,
'II frequently been a subject of invidj.ou price.4 .
ajriving through the West Pass, and ; observation An arrangement ha also been
The elfeetedwith'
regular terms held tbatamUtao
are as {follows populous and
the East end of the Hocks the Trade
Dry to the I For; Escambia .1 intelligent a Europe,so that all miscellane. _
Westward of Sand Key, 'hearing Southwest, County,at Pensacola, on the community *s that.of Florida, out works be .
lint so few native can procured ft the
Mondays and if usual discpunt.
May November. newspapers ( the
shall full For" term -:
but if may A
pay pilotage not spoken until catalogue of
be used have
Walton ( been upwards of
parsing the aforesaid limits, and being County on the tint Monday in i decently sustained. We hnndred Oritisb tlcten) .
three miles from West March and third Monday in November. have all seen and deplored the evil; but the fed publications baa boenrjcei.,.
Key light, only half I For Washington I people of the and may be seen at the of9ce7 ,
pilotage shall be recovered, but if spoken County on the second I Territory are certainly a Dr>R. Sbelton
I Monday. iu March and fourth Dreading I people; and it is McKenzie:, of-Liverpool} (
after passing the aforesaid limits, shall be Monday in! thought that the has been .
exempted (rom pay ing pilotage. I November. For Jacksco County, at Mari-I f fault (,f fault there be) can in almost ere Uie appointed aeneral'Agent for EUrope -* i.
ry )
toa, on the third Monday March and the I instance be tracedeither'to the incapacity prinSipbl office:Jbeinf Iff Liver
Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That all Gilt in or pool, with branch* in 'd
Monday December. And for Frank negligence of those intrusted with P.rUJJa;:> '
pilots who shall bring a vessel into this port, tin County on the first Monday in April and!I management of the papers; which have here.the I re, Hamburg and allth4princlp al cities'-i
shall be entitled to carry,herout.uoleu the 1 Thursday after the third in tofore .uccesalfelybeen: Al| necessary information will be given
Monday DecemI projected:; fn th on ,
commander can show good and sufficient p application ,
bet City Tallahassee, alone to Office (or by letter,
at ire
we inform
cause to the contrary. Any vessel arming: ed, a print !)M been paid, addressed (o Huron's s Foreign Agency pelt. >>, ,
at this port without a pilot shall have liberty unwaveringly and New \
SOUTHER' steadily, for several years; but York,)' where all order. will be.
depart without a unless the DISTRICT-Comprising the it executed "
pilot, has with be
cap'tun ( of not met with the entire utmost regularity*
County Monroe and
aDd >> jf approval of
shall wish one. part Mosquito. all despatch .
ROOT. E 1.
partiel and M
under the persuasion I hUDSON '
Sec. 8. If any pilot shall speak a vessel Fudge, JAMES WEBB. Attorney, WILLIAM tber,and a different print would be bat ano N. B.-Editors and publisher. of'He** 1'i

bound to this port outside the limits, and MARVIS. Marshal, THOMAS EASTIJT.' I bin to some and not altogether accept papers, Price Current, Periodicals*&C.&o*

the captain of said vessel shall refuse to The regular terms to otbert,we have heeD induced displeasing I'throughout the Union are parti''qiinstcd arift.. h
are Leld to
take a pilot, be shall be liable to full at Key West issue .the << to forward' by mail In s
pay present Prospectus. a tteett,,,,
0|Q tbe first In jgSSNw j w
t pilotage, and the Monday* May and November 'a Ivclope o'le vf their
pilot speaking hint sb U assuming the charge of copy DubJi a publio
be entitled to carry said vessel oat, unless we profess be fully aware nt the ,t fa" duplicate by o succeeding mall)that. e ,; it
the captain refute to take a pilot out inwhich COUNTY COURTS. re.pond-,may as early. possible complete tvp; J ,. 'y
ut. It f I. our '
case the pilot shall be entitled' to half! 'Tbe County Court, Laving a limited civ.I'jarkdiction when sSB') ./o Editors the Kuropean cffi< i. carat i

rilotage oat. iI and original jurisdiction in alt adnDce throughout the < -d'u! win I +i
\ Seep 9AM pilotage shall be'recoverable >tatten relating to -Estate t [ ". 'rid b intended I confer favor by noticing ike* 't L' .'t.
i t. : Guanian. ;, to iobsene tbwelaterests.paper Hadson' Merebaat C1tptishiag York, Feb. .
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...L.I the Suwannee a secretary. There were, as usual
1 of'Florida Tho post and steamboat on twenty
I I From the New Orleans Bee. HEAD QUARTERS, Army Oaklands Micanopy and applicants. In the discussion of the boardof
Fort King ,
16 836.. \ ; ,
May ,
We have been favored with the following Garey's Ferry will be under the immediate directors, the talents of many were set

" I important resolve of the several Insurance ORDERS-No. 48. orders of the field officer, Major Hielman, forth; when a member rose and said that the '

" offices of this city. The panics which have recently possessedthe stationed at Eort Drane, and he will com- candidate whom he should propose: was & I

New Orleans, May 9, 1835. good people of several districts i of this municate freely with the Governor of the poor man with a family. He succeeded'

A' 'J. Dallas, Esq.Commanding. Territory are Infinitely humiliating. Territory. and';holds the office still.

: the United States Naval I Within a few days past, just five Indians Should the post ordered to be established A mercantile friend wished me tops

.' force in the Gulf of Mexico.! penetrated a neighborhood in the heart of at Watson's on Dabney's plantation, on cure a person to fill a responsible station._

Sir-Owing to the officers and crew of Middle Florida, and committed a murder the Suwannee, prove to be unhealthy, the, A gentleman came who seemed well fitted

,' the Invincible being discharged by the Instead of giving pursuit, the inhabitants .commanding officer is authorized to remove for the office. I asked him how much salary .

Judge, and Capt Brown commanding said i abandoned their plantations and fled to higher up the river; in search of a better he expected. He replied, smilingly.

vessel, and Capt Hard commanding the armed i Tallahassee and Monticello.A position, giving the preference to the left "I am a married man"-which I understandto

,'; schr Brutus, having stated to R. L. similar story had but a few days before bank ot the stream. be fifteen hundred dollars per annum_

Robertson, the inspector of the three Insu. thrown the Micanopy settlement into the He has the place. No bachelor! would have

ranco/ offices, as per his certificate before utmost confusion. A gang of cow-stealcrs Every individual who can read, ought to had over a thousand. i

the United States Attorney, that their in- adroitly added a report that an immense ,read the remarks which we copy below Two criminals were tried for forgery at j
tentions were to indorse the registers of fresh Indian trail had been observed cross wholesometruths which the Old Bailey, and condemned to death.
I, all American vessels which they meet ing the Tallahassee road, near the Santa Fe :They are good and The King pardoned the one who was mar.
of the United States I The whole from Micanopy one in the United States ought to
without the jurisdiction bridge. country every I ried, on account of his wife and children. 'I
bound for any port in Mexico, forbiddingthem to Black Creek, instantly became wild know. It is truly humiliating to witness'I The other paid the forfeit of his life-because

to continue their voyage; and if after with fear. The daring falsehood was immediately the degeneracy of the newspaper publications he was a bachelor.In .
wards should be found doing so, by exposed by Cu!. Fitzpatrick and
they at this day. The influence of the short, would you avoid trouble ormmy
would be captured Shannon of the who happenedto
Texian vessel, they Capt army, excite
any moral kinds, sympathy, office
is and must have a procure
and condemned as good prize; and as several pass that way, together with the motiveof press powerful,
or punishment
escape onlyto
: American vessels are now loading with the propagators ; but the inhabitants influence, or turn upon the country as a married. you

valuable cargoes for Tampico and other could see nothing but an Indian in every curse. get -

r' ports in Mexico, on which our respective bush, and therefore continued to fly. THE PRESS. BRADDOCK'S DEFEAT.All .

oilicea have taken risks to a large amount; On this side of the St.Johns a keen sus- It is with deep regret and apprehension accounts agree that the unfortunate
' take the liberty to request that
we you ceptibility of the same kind prevails. A
that we perceive the rapid decline of the Braddock behaved with great gallantry,
I vessel to the Balize to convoy
despatch a of destination small party of the enemy lately ventured American Press, from the correct, healthy, though little discretion, i in his trying situation -
vessels to their respective ports
said within the settlements. A company of and moral tone by which it was once dis- He encouraged his soldiers, and
and their captains will be requestedto regular foot was promptly mounted, sent in I
Better thousand times out with his
I before the tinguished. a were was crying speaking trumpet
there for sea on or I
be ready pursuit, beat the enemy and secured most it that the charge of insipidity should be "Hurra, boys! Lose the saddle or win the

20th inst. of the property the marauders had taken.: even brought against: our newspapers, as it horse!I" when a bullet struck him, and he
Tho offices having also issued open polhies Now it is known to all cool .
although people heretofore travellersand fell the "Ha
has been
by English to ground, exclaiming, boys,
vessel vessels at and from
r i by or any that the greater number of the party journalists, than that their columns I I'm gone 1" During all this time not a cannon
:.' port in Mexico to this, in the belief that were killed outright, and that a like'fate should be enlivened with reports of murders i had been fired by tie British forces.It .- j
( the American flag would be respected by awaits of the that
'J any body enemy may
,seductions and all imaginable crimes was at this moment one who
Texian cruisers, and finding by the captureof follow panic is rife throughout the . ; .
that i is a coun with fashionable scandal; or with the ludicrous was with him at the time, who is still living
the American brig Pocket, no
try; the inhabitants are still flying to St. imaginings of pennya-linersput forthas and on whose testimony I rely eveu with
whatever they request that a national -
protection Augustine and from St. Augustine to Georgia ,
between veiitable representations of the paltry more confidence than on the more imposing
vessel employed
may and South Carolina. that the attention of the of thus describes Washington
and thisport cases occupy police authority history,
Vera Cruz Matamoras
i ( Tampico, of and the It is evident that no general, even with magistrates. We would rather see I :-" I saw him take hold of a brass
in the transportation specie,
t' d extensive means,can cure disease in the their columns filled with the dullest commonplaces field-piece, as if it had been a stick. lIe
of this highly important
j general to this city and the whole United public mind, general and so degrading, or the most trivial records of looked like a fury: he tore the sheet-lead

, commerce shall be liable to sustain hea without: some little effort on the part of the overgrown beets and turnips; with wearisome from the touch hole-lie placed one handon
'. I or we destroyed people( themselves. Thus the planters in disquisitions on any thing or nothing; the muzzle, the other on the breechhe -
.i losses and this commerce totally
i.t vy the merchants to whom the recent case near Tallahassee, who fled aye, or even with dull speeches on the floor pulled with this, and pushed with that,
ed and
ti we request have issued said without knowing whether they ran from of Congress, than*with such matters, how and wheeledTt found as if it had been no

.- our respective to companies immediately address theircorrespondents squaws or warriors, ought first to have as." ever entertaining or exciting they may be, thing. It tore the ground like a barshare,
:'' open policies that ccrtained that material fact. If they had as tend to vitiate the moral feelings or blunt, (a kind of plough.) The powdermonkeyrushed
BO long oi
"'4 t L; tho difficulties requesting exist that not a dol. turned upon the enemy, they would have, the moral perception of tho reader If up with the fire, and then the cannon

lar present must be shipped out but by national !round the case within the easy compass of, newspapers cannot be made entertaining began to bark, I tell you. They fought,
," ; vessels any three or four resolute masters, and half without a daily exhibition of poor human and they fought, and the Indians began to

,v tif as many overseers. This was the simpleand I natare in Its most miserable or contemptible haloo, when the rest of the brass cannon

'f Respectfully your THOS obedient URQUHART servants, manly course. That adopted was-, points'of view, let them be dull forever; made the bark of the trees fly, and the In-

(Signed President) of the New Orleans to fly, to spread the panic and to throw execrations if readers must havo monstrosities, real or dians came down. That place they called
the general who has the n.is, to them stimulants Rock Hill and there left 500
i Insurance Co., upon imaginary, daily servejd up as they mel:
S ,,, JNO K WEST President fortune to command 'a handfull) of brave! for jaded appetite, tho moral con-. dead on the ground.
./ in the midst of such a population. stitution in diseased and had better of he and
'Louisiana State Marine and FireInsurance troops.. .t they _Some idea cruelty, suffering
------ --- Co. Not a regular company nas been sent outof renounce reading every thing except the which were exercised and felt in the three B

R 0 PRICHARD, President the Territory, except, possibly, three I Bible, until it regains its healthy tone and years of savage warfare which succeeded I

t' Ocean Insurance Co from Tampa Bay. Besides a strong garrison action.A tho defeat of Braddock} may be gatheredfrom
y\. there, two companies were directed licentious and disorganizing press was the subjoined sketch, which was ob-
1 .... .. THOS BARRE'MPrest- thence to a on the Suwannee himself
the Atlantic Marino andti occupy ; tained from the lips of Washington ,
't. ; of
j t : dent Fire Insurance Co. two are posted at Fort King; five at Fort revolution; and is now fist presented to the public:-

t i CirS HA"ROD, President Drane; one (mounted U. S Dragoons) at, terrible convulsion it showed the moral feeling "One day," said \\ashington, "as we

Mississippi Marine and Fire Insurance Oaklands six miles off; one at Micanopy, of the people to be depraved and full were traversing a part of the frontier, we

f' ,' Company. and a twelfth at Garey's Ferry. of mischief, and in fit condition for the 'came upon a single log house, standing in

,' tt Editors throughout the United States These forces ought in the opinion of the horrors that ensued; and we sometimes fear the centre of little clearing, surroundedby

; V.(requested to insert the above. 'commanding General, to give reasonable that the downward progress of our American woods from all sides. As we approached

.. -- security to the Alachua and Suwannee frontiers Press,'as regards moral and religious', we heard the report of a gun, the usual

From the St. Augustine Herald May 19 -particularly if one pr two companies feeling, spite of its intellectual! improvement signal of coming horrors. Our parry crept I "
TilE INDIANS. of mounted men can be obtained to aid the portends evils near at band compared' Cautiously through the underwood, until

company of dragoons in scouring the coun- with which all that our country has yet' wo approached: near enough to see what we
...Welearn that two Indian squaws the're'latives try between the chain of fixed posts. Meas undergone,is but the sighing of a summer had foreboded. A smoke was slowly ma

of one of the friendly Indians who ures have been taken to encourage the enrolment breeze in contrast with the fearful whirl. king its way through the roof of the house,

ii ': has been taken prisoner by the hostile party, of mounted men, and it is under.. wind of the tropics.-[N. Y. Com. while a party of Indians came forth lade
off made their
sometime since and carried stood that the Governor is exerting himsell with plunder, consisting of clothes, domes

I escape and had returned to Fort Drone.They" .- in the same way. His Excellency will,I BENEFITS OF MATRIMONY. tic utensils, household furniture, and drip-

relate that they were the carried islands where down moreover,to complete the means of defencebe I went to one neighbor and solicited a i ping scalps. We fired and killed all but

p the Witnlacoocbee whole among of the Indian requested to hire, on account of the U,, donatiou for public objects; he replied, "I: one, who tried to get away but was soon
they state the body States, at Apalachicola or elsewhere, a L approve of your object, and would assist' shot down. On entering the hut w e saw a

women and children are; they are of engaged fine suitable steamboat to cmie fn>m the mouth I you-but you know I have a family, and sight that, though we were familiar with

' in planting: and have a .prospect.1I.. .. a of the Snwannee_ up that river as fir a:I 'Charity begins at home. I II I blood and massacres, struck us, at least w
crop Tho negroes arc nuowuu a certain I practicable. One of the companies sup- I caned myself, with feelings more mournful than l
I second he
upon a : replied that,
time to work but:if they exceed it or stay in
the river wilt bo instructed On
; posed to already on such able had ever experienced before. a
than the'limited time they shoot as were ought be hberal,and
out longer
to embukand remain on board of that he had every disposition to aid me one corner of the room lay a young woman-
them he[ boat. : swimming in blood, with a gash in her forehead
"but he added there
are claims
i'' The squaws&\sp state that they kill all stronger
born Indians' as they On this side of the St. Johns, the means than yours, which I am bound to regard- which almost separated the head into
the new and.negroes, little
considered an incumbrance to them.Gen' of defence, though much more limited, are those of my children. I two parts. On her breast lay two

arc Scott passed within three miles of deemed fully adequate, if aided by a single A babes, apparently twins, less than a twelvemonth -
public charity demanded! that
a messenger old with their heads also cut open.
of mounted volunteers and
the road,to Tampa Bay company ; should be
them from
on sent the city to a remote had flowed -
will itself for the Their innocent blood which once
has order to Gen it is hoped, soon present ,
Goy Call sent an Brig. A
person was selected in one
Of the five in the sarno veins now mingled
service. regular companiesone ,
Hernandez tp call! into 200 men for whose talents were well adapted to the of
been mounted horses current again. I was inured to scenes
of tho east of the St He
the country mission.
protection replied that to
belonging to the waggon train,and in a few nothing would (bloodshed and misery, but this cut me
Johns river. give him more pleasure but it did Iraise
was abolutely life
horseback the soul and in after
days, another will be put on by never my
: : From the same. impossible on account of his family.. without
General band
the same means. The commanding my against a savage
We publish the General Order in compliance .. has no power to purchase horses expressly He was excused. calling to mind the mother with her little

:4. with the wishes of several of oui r for this purpose. The companies i Two merchants, partners in business, twins, their beads cleft asunder."_["aul"ding ,

citizens who have expressed much unosi.. on foot? will be posted, whilst the mounted, failed. At c meeting of the creditors,il '.) Life of Washington.A .

ty to see it. The issuing of it has occasioned .. will be kept constantly: in movement and il: was resolved that one should be forthwith
L mucb excitement in community,, may be added that: the little armed steamer, released; but the other, because he was a man should make few friends, and no

and probably will create more,and unque. called the Cssayons, belonging to the Uni;., bachelor, might yet,as was his duty, go to intimacies. "I have never been insultedbut

tionably will bo the subject of severe crili.. ted States, will be kept daily cruising uj work and pay a small dividend.An by persons with whom I have been ir-

cism. and down the St. Johns. insurance office was about to appoint riraatr

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=KEY WEST INQUIRER.. are acquainted with everypart of these morasses sooner does an opportunity occur than they I warfare than tho Georgians. Accustomed 1

into which they can retreat, when come forth from these and wreak their to their manners peculiarities,and brave t

SATURDAY,JUNE 25, 1836. they find it necessary from a superior force, vengeance on the whites.It and hardy withal, we drink the Creeks have

;/ SHIPWRECK. or other circumstances.Men has long been predicted that the Indians -: caught a tartar' this time. /l-

The Brig Natchez, Capt Tyler, from N. have commanded the war move would repair to Cape Florida. There Everyone is familiar,with the, repeated .

York :bound to Mobile with an assorted car ments in Florida, who understood little or they manufacture thecoonty or arrow root, disputes which have taken place between t

go, got ashore on Conch Reef on Sunday nothing of the Indian mode of fighting.t .- in abundance,as this article is to be foundno tho Georgians and I bo Indians for several

19th inst. The vessel will be a total loss first took a considerable time to get troops where else on the coast It is very nutritious years past, in which the Gen. Government '

I Cargo saved. into the Territory and organized for the and forms an excellent article of has been solicited to interfere; and now the

1 The Barque Hercules, from New York war, and summer approaching, they were food This prediction is now being fulfil! stroke is made by tho Indians which will c

I bound to Mobile got ashore on the dry rockson taken from the field so early, that they left cd. Considerable numbers have been complete their annihilation They have

Monday night 20th inst. She struck sn exasperated foe in possession, to commit seen passing in that direction from towards provoked tho white man's anger, and they

J lightly. On the morning of Tuesday, she their cruelties against the whites during a Jape Sable. They have even earned so will now pounce upon them and avenge

1 received a little assistance, went to seu and long summer-for it is well known, that in near Indian Key that their fires were visible themselves of that. which has been accumulating .

proceeded on her voyage. his latitude, the weather changes but little at night. Would it not be well at all timesbe for years. Unless they complyith 1

for cool, before the middle of November. to on the alert for these desperadoes?- w tho treaty of removal, they will be blot

I CASES 010' SALVAGE. Thus left in possession of the country Their mode of attack is such, that when i its led out from the face of the earth. 1>
During the last week the of the ,
case -
have the least of then it is that theycome
they penetrated hundreds of miles into thought ,
The schooner
Schr Harriet of Baltimore was submitted Lady Washington, ,
the interior, and have committed murdersand forth and do mischief.
to arbitration and 31 1-4 cent awarded from St Marks,bound to New York. ,brings
other within While consider there is danger
depredations twenty-five: we no ,'
on vessel and cargo. Cargo to be sold on nothing of much importance later than was.
miles of the seat of government of the ter- we would at the same time recommend our
30th inst. See advertisement. before received from Tallahassee
itory. They have been daring to an astonishing citizens to be prepared for any emergency.: -
The of Seta United Previous to Washington's sailing a c "
case States, has also degree. Where is the military parade that infected '
excitement had in Tallahassee p
been settled arbitration and great prevailed
by per cent We do not doubt, that the men, under the every man's bosom when tho Indians committed .
awarded to the salvors. in consequence of a report that
circumstances, done all that} could have been their first outrages on our coast-] '
two thousand Creek Indians had .crossed
done to terminate the but the with; Is[ there not as much as there i ....
The arrival of the Brig Juno,Capt Lath war, danger now Flint River and were making their way into
drawnl of the from the field eail 1 \\Si3then? If there is not, we cannot see
rop from Mobile bound to New York, brings. troops so > Florida to join the Seminoles. Every thing r
little news. has been the signal for the Indians to come he reason. Because the blood of our mur
was in arms. Their greatest apprehensions i f'
It is stated by a passenger on board the forth from their hiding places and resume dered fellow-beings has ceased to astoundour '
appears now to be from the Creeks.'JBusu
Juno their slaughters.: They cars is it the less truo that they
that Alabama troops to the numberof are now rioting on any of kind
ness every was at a stand.
about two thousand had gone into the the spoils of a depopulated country, occupying were murdered? Caution is tho parent of ---- .

field to prevent a union between the Creeks the houses and farms that the safety. A company, with a capital of two ,.mill* '
and Seminole Indians This is an important whites have been compelled to abandon. ions of dollars, has been formed,,for ,the
step, as a junction of these Indians BOUNDARY LINE OF TEXAS. purpose of building upa.city.on .theeastern .
THE INDIANS. side of Mobile.Bay, as a rival to that city.
would form somewhat a formidable enemy I A debate took place tho House of Representatives It is thought(that it will possess many nab

THE INDIANS-IN FLORIDA. The United States Cutter DEXTER, Capt on the 9th May in regard to ural advantages over Mobile, particularly
Rudolph, left her station at Indian Ke) a the boundary line between the United States tho superior depth of the water,at its w rves.

As this appears: to be one of the leading few days since for the purpose of gettingprovisions. and Texas. A long article is published in i Tho street beggars of New York and

topics of the day, and one which carries We have not learned whether: the National Intelligencer, explanatory of Philadelphia, iris said,have made, a. truce '
with it as deep interest as any thing whit she intends returning. i the heretofore affixed boundary. It would for larger contributions. .\ fellow' named

has occurred to this peaceable nnd prosperous During the time the Cutter was lying aIndian certainly be very convenient for the UnitedStates Twicher thus accosted tho passer-by-"Tip ;

people for many years-wo continue Key, two Indians, who had been Government to possess the territory us shilling, viI ye?" On being fobbed .
without ceasing to raise a voice in behalf apprehended at that place some monthsproviou I embraced within the limits contended for eft"with a,sixpence, he Ecorrjfujly! :excjaims\ J ,

of our suffering country.In !', as spies, were put on board the by some. The debate arose in consequence i'No you don't-hY0! struck-I: taks no

1832, Col. Gadsden, commissioneron Cutter for safely. On the night before sh
the part of the United States, enter sailed from that place, at a late hour, a march to old Fort Nacogdoches, to preventthe : j arfnr IntdUnrutr. oj :.

into a solemn treaty with the Seminolo Indians i- splashing was heard by the officer of the Indians in that quarter from possessing ;PORT OF KEY, WEST..................i.JUWEARRIVED. 26:
;which treaty stipulated that they shoulc deck and he immediately perceived that the} the frontier, and to preserve a neutrality -

relinquish all their lands and claims in Florida Indians had escaped overboard. He instantly i between the United States and Mexico. June 23-.Sloop Brilliant, J. Packer '

and remove to a territory assignee ran to the cabin, procured a pistol l Upon this point the question arose, whether Reef, cargo from wrecked brig Natchez, to' {
them West of the Mississippi River, within and fired at one of them. Ho supposedthat the United States had a right to occupy F. A. Browne. : 0

three years from the ratification of said trea he had shot him, as he did not hear any post within the border of Texas-Na SAILED. ;

ty. The United States made abundan him afterwards. Boats were immedIately! cogdoches heretofore being considered i in June, 20-=Sloop Loreto, Sawyer, HarIB T" .

provision for their removal, and their sup- manned and chace made after the other, bu that province. 23-Schr Endeavor Dubose Nassau

I .port fnr one .vpnrnflrr. : their------ Jtrriwfil-....-. -nt. tJ'l'i.......;. the night being dark, they lost sight of him Now Providpnl'A- --..--........... : ,
new residence. The time came round tha t and concluded that he must have got on TEXAS. MEMORANDA. .

they were to fulfil this treaty by removing,p, an island near by, and they gave up the, Every thing that relates to this country,, The brig Josephine passed thrrugh ,the
and the United States seeing no dispositionon chace. is of interest. The inhabitants of this Province N, W. Channel on yesterday morning 24th
the part of the Indians to remove to the I It is unfortunate this time, that these have been engaged in a war with I Brig Mobile Juno bound to Providence 1.. \ .

country assigned them, despatched troopsto : Indians have made their escape, for they' Mexico for tho establishment of H free t to New York,,Lathrop passed this, from morning l Mobile)bound' ''

attend to the matter and see that they will be enabled fully to account to their Government. They have lately met with Schr Lady Washington, Swaim, armed

I fulfilled their engagements. What was the comrades every thing that relates to the de. a victory so decisive, that it is by some con. this morning from St. Marks bound o Ne\

result? Every one knows. They commenced fence of the coast. They are now aware I sidered the finishing stroke-that their iaI York, with'freight and passengers.AUCTION .' .

their work of destruction by at that the Cutter has led Indian Key, and dependence now accomplished, and will I t,
tacking and completely (with one or two the fc ice which belong to the island would be acknowledged by Mexico. They have On THURSDAY

exceptions) massacreing: the command of f not bo able to defend it should the Indians I captured tho prime mover of all their disturbances inst at 10 o'clock at the morning Warehouse the of 30th P.

Major Dade, while marching from Tama to make a descent upon it. Every thing has I and hold him as a hostage. Others C. Greene, I will'sell the:' entire cargo>of

Fort King. Here i is, in this instance,above been done by the citizens! which could be. are of opinion, that Mexico will pend the. schooner Harriet, consisting of ', '' 'r.

one hundred men inhumanly put to death done to place the Key in a state of defence}, forth another army ;into the field. This WHISKEY o '.ft

The savages have ever since waged mos but the number inhabitants arc so limited will put some other despot in power.and FLOUR, ..s.,
destructive war,against the whites, killing that an attack upon them would be serious. Texas may yet have a struggle before she i is : SUGAR WINE "; ,..1 ; .

mil that unfortunately fell into their hands There is not at this time a public vessel i a free and independent Province. DRY GOODS', '.

A considerable: army has subsequently been nearer than Tampa Bay Whether CROCKERY l
any j GEORGIA4.ND .
brought into Florida-an BEEF
army which it steps have been taken to procure a vessel I The storm which TONGUES a
was thought would be of this kind been gathering so STRAW
abundantly sufBcien t to remain on the coast, we have long has at CtJ'1:1ERs: ,
to put down the length broke. Our accounts DRI\GGS, &e:,
marauding not learned
enemy and compel more than that '
they intend 1 from Terms
them to fulfil their Georgia represent the inhabitants on CASH. Ten days wiq'beallonl ,
visiting the
The coast
occasionally. I, is im the frontier ed for delivery and
flying the
operations, as every one knots, has been portant that an armed vessel should cruiseon to more thickly settled No Bank Bill will payment be received in goods.

fruitless-the savage always taking the advantage the coast all the time, during the parts of the country for safely, and to but such as are at par in Charleston.payment. .
when he could find himself pUcec!1 serious aspect of afiairs in this territo-present escape from midnight<< murder by the Indi GEO. E. ,WEAVER, .
in a situation to exercise such advantage c,1 fV. ans. Aauubcrhave already been killed. ,Auctioneer.

and when they meet the whites in number The Indians are coming out from their One or two small towns have been entirely: Key West,June 22d 1830. j._..

orsituationssuperior, they betake themselvesto biding places, and have become destroyed. No'ne 1-1\11:the penon.baiog an,claims I
their hiding places. The whole affair has degree not all to be expected from to a Georgia is arousing herself from her repose ceued.. Klllpresent estate ot II. D. Creie de-

been attended with a series of unaccounta. my of this kind. Toe character of an ene- to punish tho invaders of her ,territo ed before the 4th Jut,tbemtotbeuaderaiga all those iDdebt-_
ble these ,and to ed wW call and settle
ry the
events.The is avenge blood of her citizens their accouab
savages so well known that it would P.
be The ..
war note 'has FONTANE
country abounds with hammock s unnecessary to attempt a been rung and her gallantsons JUDe, 8.1 38. Adm':.
f description of i it [!4-tdJ
ponds, and thick woods, admirable for the here. They lie in their are going forth to.tbo rescue OTJCE.-AI.
0 0
i thickcU and J EK A.
peculiar!; mode of strong The M.JACDoII Ea
Indian ;a are !
warfare. probably
They holds while no men in Jne Unionwho epos aaeqt and
they atorDl'l'Q tact
apprehend, danger, but no better understand the logmy ab.ence. J A&fES ,4RP ,
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',u \a"f. "" ,11. : 'H" the"authorities whose'duty it wall federal'government' assist? 'i'hat' government I"made' by f T'apa.f Jlbllorn 1n's command-- ;'

.. . I IJ against I the Wit 1: oochce1 should give confidence
'J. and is to1 provido against the perpetrationof can, if'they would adopt the propermeasures. ;
I citizens who reside
J I to our in exposed
and Advertiser.OyPrintersthroughoutthe situations
;, From the), Enquirer United Statesare I such diabolical acts? Were not the ac- It may not be too I late to act It is within the means of almost I
requested to copy this. tual 'hostilities of the Creeks anticipatedand with some,eno.gy.frhere; is plenty of money I every planter to erect a building which will
." in the let a call be made for I bid defiance to the predatory bands which
In pursuanco of Ibis request, we add our more than four months ago? Why treasury,

:' mite for the disconsolate.-[Ed. Inq. then did not the federal government providefor volunteers in every State of the Union; let :are laying destitute waste of that the frontier.moral The Indiansare

,; To him who can best understand it. the protection of tho frontiers? Why a large bounty be offered, and a sufficient :. to engage in a contest on courage equal necessary terms

He who has'left his youthful bride, wait until murders were committed,to provide number of men will be found to repair to whatever may be the disparity of numbers,

I And children young and fair; troops and means for the purpose of the scenes of danger. If this plan had besides such is the value placed on the lives

To float on fortune's doubtful tide subduing the hostile spirit of the Indians? been adopted four months ago, the Seminoles of their warriors,that hardly an advantagewill
Borne on, he knows not where, induce them to risk a certain loss-
The lines per chance may coldly spurn We have abstained from offering some would have been subdued, and no There is hardly an instance in the historyof

i That ask, the wanderer's return. remarks on the Indian hostilities in Florida more money would have been expendedthan the West, where a block house has been

Yet oh the unwilling heart forgive and in Alabama: because the more we reHeated what has already been appropriated by taken by them, except by surprise.
That dares to trouble thine, the the spirit of Congress, for the Seminole campaign. The -
on subject, more a
I not seek tp make thee grieve U. S. SHIP DELAWARE
But for these babes of mine ; anger: rose within us. We could not be fact is, money cannot now be of any con
k Those treasures teat us from above, cod when we saw n whole territory made sideration. Florida has to be preserved, The building of this ship was commenced
The pledged of our mutual love. at the Navy Yard,at this place in Au.
desolate by a few Indians, who, if an energetic and the Creeks have to be checked in their 1817. She was launched the
j not gust on 21st
For them I plead-I speak now
Of what my lot hath been, policy had been pursued, would have depredations; the sooner this is accomplish October 1820. The cost of the hull was:

I Nor bow' for thee I left my home bear compelled long ago to remove to an- ed the better, whatever may be the cost to $376,735. She has been twice to sea, ha-
And each familiar scene, I other territory, better adapted to their mode the federal government. The Seminolesand ving completed two cruises in the Mediter.
f And sought the distant bills, of A- ranean as the flag ship of tho squadron in
be cool when the Creeks have to remove to the other
: I For street with thee were even they. of life. We could ,not we that sea,and will proflably resume the same

i hailed. the mountain's proudest swell; saw our own territory. threatened with mur. side of the Mississippi, and the sooner thisis station again sometime hence. She is one

The { reit's darkest pride, ders and conflagrations, when by an energetic accomplished the better, whatever may be of the largest ships in the world, and is

'The beaten rock, the ragged dell, ; policy the Indians could have been the cost to the federal government. Our said to spread more canvass, and carry a
For thou went by side,
And earth's worst wilderness my is dear, compelled to remove to lands better calculated lives and property have to be protected; greater weight of metal than any ship afloat.
The length of her deck IN board ia 2J3
f Is fair,when those we love are near. nnd Alabama must in spar
to their wild habits and roving dispo- :Georgia enjoy peace, feet two inches: breadth of the main deck

j But., thou hast left thy dark-eyed boys, pitions. ;the soil belonging to them; if the federal 40 feet 6 inches. The height of the main

"",>, A- distant gambler'*paths life for to thee roam has; joys, And can such a state of things be long government cannot afford the protection mast from the spar deck to the top of the

h But, not,alas! thy home, er suffered? Will Georgia submit to be I which the States have given it tne power to sky-sail mast, is 203 feet. The! length of

Thy children weep amid their play, continually harrassed, and kept in constant extend to all the members of the Union, her fore yard is 96 feet-main yard 107
? And I am far more IOLO than they. bet-cross jack yard 80 feet. Her mam-
alarm on account of the Indians? No; Georgia and Alabama will have to resort to topsail contains 1687 yards of canvassand
Our babes for of bread
t want
Have been compell'd very to roam, and we believe that,our Governor, has been means within their reach, to accomplish the I she spreads in all 14,093 yards. She car.

w ; And now, on public bounty fed urgent with the federal- government, i m or- object of their solicitude. Wo have yet ries exclusive of the bow and stern ports,

i Find a precarious horns, I der to remove all cause of complaint. If confidence in the general government; i if 100 guns, viz: thirty-four long 42 pounders
,. While he who should their guardian be, -thirty-two 32 pounders, and thirty-four r
4 Has left them to their misery'' the Governor has not as yet urged the necessity they have been dilatory, we anticipate for carronades 42 pounders, weight of one

My boy, the eldest and the first, of an immediate removal of the the future, more adequate and proper mea broadside of round shot 1940 pounds.

riio image of his sire Cherokees from Georgia, of the Creeks urc?. Her draught of water when completed for

Will into tears of sorrow burst, from Alabama,and of the Seminoles from We would respectfully suggest to our sea, is 28 feet 6 inches aft, and 20 feet 4 inches
,And.thus of me inquire- forward. She carries bread and water
."Mother:J! dear Mother tell me when l Florida, fie should immediately do so, and fellow citizens the propriety and necessity for nine months.-[Portsmouth Times.
f My father will come back again in The of in
I .i strong language. absolute necessity holding meetings every village, town I -

,,j.Yet go,thou false deceiver, got i stares us in the face; if we are desirousof and city of the State, for tho purpose of COMMODORE BULL
(, And if some happier dame peace and of the free enjoyment' of every expressing the feelings of- the people on the I This veteran commander pioneer of
Has kindled in thy breast the glow I
t I Of loreV deceitful flame, -- inch of our territory; if we are desirous i subject of our Indian relations, and of urging our glory, is on furlough, making a tour in
$ Oh, hear me! fairer she may be, that our citizens should cultivate their lands the federal) government to adopt strong the Mediterranean with his pruud ship 'Old
But she will never love like me. Ironsides1 had touched there, he was treated
without the fear of the tomahawk or scalping ; measures for the immediate removal of the by the British officers in the fleet and
' ,_And.,If.oh confirm,vouchsafe.my ono wo,little line, knife; and if we are desirous of a Creeks, Cherokees, and Seminoles from this -among whom, by a singular coincidence -

v,That I may.to my fate resign secure intercourse with our neighbors of side of the Mississippi. Those meetingsmay with a degree of courtesy and cere-

.,.-.-When all its ills I know, Alabama and }i'loridae,citizens of Georgia lead the Senate of tho United Statesto mony from the Admiral downwards whicha
a And leave me not without a word royal person might have envied. Dacres
,. To fade. and pine with hope deferr'd.t.Tboo must speak boldly to the federal government act on the Cherokee Treaty before the called on him almost every day, and showed
and tell them that must be adjournment of Congress for have been
leave to penury's bitter crust we : we him about as a lion. This was a mag
Thy lone deserted spouie, protected in our property and in our lives; informed that there is some reason to rear nanimous and worthy of a British heart

To. mourn o'er woman' 6 broken trust :that for this protection wu pay taxes, and that the consideration of that treaty may be and gallant officer.
And man's deceitful vowsMay'st -
thou ne'er know the smallest part 1 contribute in filling the public cotters to postponed to the next session. A FAIB Business-Transaction. A fellow -

Of' that which'wrings broken heart ( overflowing with money; that-we have wait- was engaged to a girl m Maine, but
ALMIRA PORTER H****** From the Meridian.
: ed long enough for the enjoyment of our but liked her sister better than lie did her.
Almira," gives vent to her strong feelings ow/i territory; and that we cannot wait any BOUNTY LANDS. Wishing to be off with the other love before
in the 8th stanza, when the flow o f Everyday furnishes evidence of he betrothed
": H longer for the fulfilment of the stronger was on with tho new, he asked his -
'I, I j.alou y rushes across her mind, and bids I the policy of offering bounty to men who. what she would take to release him
him, in the strong 'language of Moore, togo the general government If the generalgovernment will volunteer during the Seminole var.t .- -she replied that about sixty-two dollars,

as a vile deceiver, but in the following cannot protect us, and will no Without the aid! of experienced riflemen,I she thought, was as much as he was worth;

stanza, her better feelings return, she relents comply with their must solemn obligations. ', ten thousand infantry would be little ser whereupon lie, ponied up the dust, took a
and even requests to hear from her, wo must look to ourselves alone lor that t l vice, and these can only be obtained by quit claim, and married the sister.Boston -
bounties of land Thousands of Post. 1
. i unfeeling,companion.-Ed. Inq. protection which the United States wert, men from Tennessee and Kentucky could

\ft: J' *;u i and are bound to extend to us. VVe ourselves be enlisted in a few weeks, if they were, A GOOD LAW. A law to punish gambling -
:"; From the Georgia Constitutionalist. will have to remote the Indians Iron a only allowed an interest in the country,I has passed the Legislature of Illinois;
:1 INDIAN HOSTILITIES.::; our own territory, and we will have to assib't which they are expected to conquer. Thereis : by which a fine of 25 dollars is imposed
II' no disguising the matter-unless this, who hereafter or
: .' It is surprising that a country like the:I Alabama and Florida in doing the same be any person may
. ? r measure adopted, the Seminoles cannot cause to be brought into the state, or shellai
United Staled, possessing a population ol f r because as long as theme will be one India a Ixs expelled from the Peninsula.. The con. ..11 nr. nfl'f*.r frtrcnln. ; .nnu... cks nt'lIln' nlJI
w --- -- w"'", Pa -- 1--/---0
15 millions of souls, with an overflowing I lull on this siue of the Mississippe, peace duct of government is 1 looked upon I as him I,cards,or dice, or billiard J balls, or any other

treasury, cannot prevent a few Indians from :and tranquility can never be enjoyed by us, gardly. This would have been the first I device, or any thing, invented or made for
measure adopted by other the of used in of hazard
any governmenton purpose being games
murdering its citizens and burning their i nor by our neighbors.In I
the face of the globe. England and ; also a fine of 25 dollars on any per-
r houses. It is most surprising that a few the present posture of affairs, the con- Spain give bounties of land in time of peace, son or persons who shall buy or otic1 to

hundreds of Indians should have set at defiance dition of Florida is most lamentable. That and shall ours hesitate to do so, in time of purchase any such pack of cards, lice, or

t more than three thousand men whose territory has not the means 'of preventingthe war? a war, too,of treachery, assassination billiard balls; also, a fine of 25 dollars on
for and ambuscade, in which the soldier is required who shall play at cards, for money
reputation bravery cannot be put in ques. depredations: of the Indians, in those any person
to make every sacrifice and often to also fine of 100 dollars
ur property; a
tion. In the Florida campaign the soldiers parts which so far have been exempt from be deprived of the
: necessaries life! can .on any tavern keeper or owner of a groceryor
of tho'country have been foiled in their their hostilities; and it will still be more it be expected that men will embark in sucha tippling shop, who shall suffer any species

: attempt to subdue the Seminole Indians, lamentable should the Creeks be driven war for the miserable pittance of eight of gambling in his tavern or shop.

who have remained masters of tho territory. from the territory they now occupy in Alabama dollars a month? -

They are now at liberty to kill and burn, I and obliged to take refuge in Florida., will By be offering speedily bonnties settled of with land a hardy the country white CURE FOR IbDROP UBU. The from following the
of is
c4 wherever they wijl find somebody to kil In this case, Tallahassee will be the pre population. The country bordering on the Zanesvillo: prevention Aurora Hydrophobia-"The only course we

or some house to burn; and they will stoponly of the Indians, and all Middle and East t l Withlacoochee, Clear Water and Tampa, would recommend to hydrophobia
when there will be nobody to murder''!Florida will has a delightful and healthy climate at all prevent
be entirely desolated; not a!I is to cut every dog's tail off close behindhis
and no plantation to raze lo the ground.I vcstigtt of improvement will remain, all I I seasons,and and is admirably adapted to the ears. We have no doubt of its efEca-
orango mulberry which white families
.;, And iC the Creek campaign is managed in will be burned to the ground. To prevent t l can be comfortably, maintained with- cy.. 0

the same manner as that of Florida, the the destruction of Tallahassee, and a junc, little labor. Let it be given to the soldiers The Astor Hotel is now open in New

saint results must be anticipated. Can.tion between the Seminoles and the I who wins it, and thus prevent its being ta York for the accommodation of boarders.

the people of Georgia witness with indifference assistance should be sent to that section f r ken up in large bodies for plantations. This is the most extensive establishment of

such dreadful scenes of murder{pad the territory. But, it will be asled, where:t BLOCK-IIOUSES.it the kind in this country, and probably in
of three
the It contains
conflagration, without raising their voicei \is that assistance to be procured rfill th*I, The admirable defence which has been hundred rooms.

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