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: September 10, 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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BY J. ATKINSON. d ... tt

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- --- Collector Jesse H'
members divided among nineteen District of St. Marks- t \I ,
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA feet feet water: ,and although upon loading twenty-six Counties as follows., Leon, Font; Willis. Inspector Burr H. Duval. Ia, t i, "
SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF FLO the Splendid the Brig floated, yet it order\Vus Escambia, Two; Gadsdeb,,Tuo i Jackson. spector, Augustus Steele Tampa Bay."j ] '1 /
Citizen in <
load the
Ss. found necessary Johns Two; ""*
RIDA.- Two Jefferson Tvaot St. To the .itarshalof the Superior Court for the to get the Brig over an outer bar. the Walton; Washington! Franklin, Madison, District of Apalachicola-Collector, G. J. I .
said District-GREETING.' That during! the whole of the 17th That Hamilton, Columbia,Alachua, Duval,Nassau ,- Floyd. Inspectot,W. D. Price. I !
John If. Geiger, mastc wind was fresh and the sea rough. ; Hillsborougb, and Monroe, -
Mosquito I
: out the channels ,
1 WHEREAS the 18th after sounding
a nsed wrecking !schoone on underwcigh and arr One each.Delegate. District of Key West:-Collector, WilUani !
the -
Coasting Trader, of 38 tons and 6 men, Brig was got A. Whitehead., Inspector and Deputy '
I (who libels for himself as well as for the the red peculiar in this Port situation on the of the!20th.said Brig and to Congress, Joscru M. Wmxi. Collector, Adam Gordon. Inspector,.Ste \ I

Stoop Citizen of 45 tons and 10 men, Gee the intricacies of the channels, this Libel. phen R. Mallory. Temp. Weigher .and j It';
Aldersladc, master,] by his proctor Wm. n lant deems it extremely impossible that she ELECTIONS.The Gauger, William \H. Wall. Appraiser |I
Hackley, Esquire, has exhibited his Libel should have got off without the services performed ; elections for members of Legislativ Charles M. Wells, George 'E. Weaver i i
stating, alleging and propounding:: as above stated. Council take place annually on the secon Inspectors, Charles Howe, Indian Key.John' I
That about midnight on the night of Tue That the Libcllantclairns that he M therefore Monday in October ; and Delegate to Congress Dubose, Cape Florida ';
day the 16th of August 1836, the Libellant entitled to receive a reasonable salvag Biennially on tbe first Monday iD Charlotte Harbor....Inspector, Alex- i I !
in the of .. 'i1
their vessels '
with port
while lying to be decreed to him out of the said Brig'scargo May. ander Patterson. {
received information thata vessel t ',
Key West, ;j" 't; ," I
and that as the said Brig, cargo, -
Tha .
was ashore upon the quicksands. JUDICIARY. .BANKS. ',*
be. is in the custody of the Courtby \
they immediately proceeded to her assistance already issued from this Honorable Court Superior Courts, having Admiralty Ju Bank of West Florida,Apalachicola' char* ..
and arrived at the wreck early on the ho process that there be decreed to him a ritdiction. tered 1829-Capital, $500,000. aw 'i i
That about 0 o'clocl prays
of the the
morning DIITRlcT--comprlsing ,
onboard the reasonable salvage out of the said Brig her EASTERN President, --n Cashier- .
the Libellant Geiger got brig; boats and furniture, &c. in Couuties of Nassau St. Johns, Duval, Columbia I
and found her to be the Integrity;of Work- cargo, apparel, and of !
Lamb master laden wit! proportion to his interest uuder an agreement Alachua, Hillsborough part Bank of Pensacola, Chartered 103t-C., *
ington, James and bound, from Cam as it shall be made to appear on tho Mosquito.Judge stag. $4;'SOO,000' ; < M!. I '
' was
peachy to Marshal SAMUEL *, : .. .
o'cloclA. jf his owners and crew, and as in duty THOMAS Jamel'Cathn. ;
Lamb that she had got on shore at 6 BLAIR. 1 ', I I
&c. i
bound,he will ever '
M. on Monday the 15lh. That on offer pray '' j
assistance, the offer was immediately; And whereas, the Honorable the Judgeof Bank of St. Augustine Chartered 1831. i J
ing terms are held as follows:- fl
The regular
accepted: and the Libellant Geiger tool the said Court for the said Districta31h Johns and Mosquito Counties, at Capital 300000. 'j
charge of the Brig to get her off if possible ordered'and directed on Saturday the tent) St.For Augustine St. on the second Mondays iD; (Not yet operation.! ) I

That the Brig at that time drew 13 feet i Ginehe's of next for all con. For NUlau.Co\lnty, '
Jay September persons Match and October. Merchants and Planter Bank of Florida;
there w'as where she
and Jay .
water ; corned to be cited and intimated to appear on the second Mondays in April and No Tallahassee, Chartered 1 32. ;'*.. :
but 11 feet at high Libellant water and then a rocky hauled botl th- at the Court House at Key West In rember. For Alaobua,Columbia and Hills Capital $400,000. -.i' :'!* :

I tom. That the alongside and commenced raid District, to shew cause, if any theme ; borough Counties, atNewnansville, on th President, Cashier, -.... 'i. I
schr Splendid after the third Mondays In: ..,. I
Wednesdays ,
discharging into her as: she was the larges why judgment should not pass as r. y :,1*- : I
April and November. AndforDuvalVoun- Central Bank of Florida, ,Tallahassee, I'r
and after taking out
of his consorts, aquan jraycd: ir
Jacksonville the first Mondays .
the Brig was off lh< authorised ty at Chartered 1832-Capital 1000000. I
tity of Logwood, got You are therefore hereby err terms '
and December. Chancery '
'r cks,and it was found that it was necessar May MOQ- President. Ben Chaires. Cashier,...LeslieA. ,
and peremptorily
enjoined second '
powered strictly the :
beld at St.Augustine on Thom .on. :
her still further in order that j*
to lighten to cite and admonish all persons whatsc- days in July and September "
bar which she had
she might a over
pass ;
been driven. That at the time the Citizen cTer; having or pretending to liave,any rglnhie Commercial Bank ottFloridaApalachicola',
was alongside the sea was high, and she claim or interest, in or to tho said! MIDDLE DISTRICT-Comprising tbe Coon- Chartered 1832 Capital $500,000.President 'i :

struck several timea with great force against Brig Integrity, her cargo, tackle, apparel ties of Leon, Gadsden,Hamilton,Jefferso' : ,J. C; Maclay; Cashier,M, Clark. I

D furniture aforesaid by affixing and Madison.
thcj ric. or 'If
_UmMdp << Wi.* <+ oats
That the Captain informed the LibeUan nonition ori'the'm'ainmasf of Ihe iaNl Dri| -.Judg, ,THOMA .HAIU>AK.. Attorney. Union Bank of Florida,Tall we.,.Char

that the Brig had been striking very heavily; and leaving there affixed a true copy here JAMES D. WKSTCOTT. Manh. THOMARANDOLPH. : tared J803. Capital $3,000.000 J' t

before he went on board, and whilst onboard of, and by all other ''lawful ways, mean:!,I Earns President John,G. Gamble Cashier- 'Johns." '
Parkhill.f "
she struck with such force as to cause ;,. T ,"
the Captain to express his fears that sh md methods whereby this monition may be The regular terms are held as follows- ._ !**'\-f.i \

! 'would jump'her masts out. That after the made most public and notorious, to be and I For Hamilton County, at -- on the fin Farmers Bank of Florida, Mariana,.Chartered '
I Brig was got afloat,it was found necessaryto appear at the time and place aforesaid,before Mondays in June and December. Fo 1834 Capital $76,000. :. I
put the Splendid and Citizen ahead in or he;, Judge aforesaid, and also to attend Madison County, at' San Pedro, on the (Not in-operation.) >

der to tow her, oy which means they were ipon every session and sessions to be held Thursdays after the first Mondays in June '.
enabled to conduct her safely into ton bar .here and from thence until a definite sen and December. And for the remainder of Bank of Jacksonville! ;, Chartered 1A35.

bar of Key West, where they arrived about I ence shall be read and promulged in the the District, at Tallahassee on the firs Capital 75000. i '

meridian of Saturday the 20th. That from' :said business inclusively, if them or any of Mondays in April and,October.. (Not yet in operation.) jjHUDSON'S \
the condition of the Brig,thei verily be"licve ". '
that had it not been for the assistance Item shall think it their duty so to do, ticar WESTERN DISTRICT Comprising th< ;. .. ':

rendered, that the said Brig never would ,abide by, and perform, all and singu. Counties Escambia,Walton W ashing toi Foreign Jftwipaper and periodical Jigency

have been got off, the rocks on which she ar such judicial acts as are necessary and Franklin and Jackson. AND roRWAADiria orricx, '."- .

.lay when they boarded her. That the Log >y law required to be. done and expedite! Judge, JOHN A. CAMERON. Attorney, Corner of WM and Water.Strteti /(,.,>P.
the article with which the Brig is in the premises; and further to do and recite GeURGE WALKER. Marshal, J. W. EXUM
General DR. R. SHELTON
loaded European Agent: -
article to transfer fron
) is a difficult what unto law and justice shall "
: appertain
McKENZIE, of, Liveipool. _
and is of but little .
one vessel to under the pain of the law ond contempt The regular terms are held as' follows The subscriber having returned from Europe -

'value.Wherefore they that all the circunv I thereof the absence or contumacy of For EscambU County,at Pensacola,on thirst < ,is'gratified in being able to announce
hem and of them in not Mondays May and November. Fo to the merchant editor of
''stances of the case be considered, and thai every anywise newspaper,
a hearing the cause such a sum be vithstanding. And whatsoever you shall Walton County on tbe first Monday ii md tie public generally, that, his arrange ?
upon March and third in November
granted by way of salvage as the service: !o in the premises, you shall duly certify For Washington County Monday on the second menu for the above are now complete,and I"
hat he is now ready to receive order to
further that *
merited-and an or
may have into the Judge aforesaid,at the time and in March and fourth Monday ii
\ Monday
: .
that the saif my extent for all foreign Newspaper>> and
issue commanding
der Brig may Integrity, her tackle, apparel, boat>> place aforesaid,together with these presents. November. For Jackscn- County,at Mari Periodicals whatever, which can J pe delivered .

and furniture be taken into the possession Witness, the Honorable James Webb, ana, on the third Monday March and the in this,city, or forwarded,ta
of this Honorable Court, and that a rrionv, J Fudge of the said Court, for the said District first Monday in December And for Frankin or the cou retry by mail,at the Regular prices, .
tion and such other processes issue at are this 24th day of August A. D. 1830, County on tbe first Monday in AE.Jil aDdThunday in arrangement ha also been effected with
usual in Admiralty.And aDd of the Independence of the Unites after the third Monday in Decent he Trade in Europe,so that all miacellane-

whereas, Richard Roberts..roaitei States the sixty-first year. ier. out work can be procured .at the usual dis: I
of the licensed wrecking scbr Splendid of: ALDEN A. M. JACKSON, Clerk iount.; A catalogue of upVard of.f Inen.nndred ..

sixty tons and five men, by his proctor Wn Therefore Know re, to all whom it may; SOUTHERN DISTRICT Comprising the British publication hat been recei-
,Marvin Esquire, has exhibited his Libel, concern: that in pursuance of the above mdlition bounty of Monroe and part of Mosquito. fed, and may be teen at the office., J

statin;: l .g ani?propounding: (torn under the seal of the District Fudge,JAMES WEBB. Attorney, WILLIAM Dr. R. Sbelton McKenzie, of'dyerpool, I'hai'
That wile pursuing his regular occupation Court of the United States of America UARVIN. Marshal, CHARMS M. WELLS been appointed General Agent for Eu.
'as a wrecker on the Florida coast, on he Southern District of Florida, to me Iii Tbe regular turns are held at Key West ope" the prioSiphl office being in Lirer-
the morning( the 17th of August 1836, befell ected and delivered, 1 hereby give pub pool, with branches in London, rariHav-
in with the British Brig Integrity notice to all persons in any manner interesed in the first Mondays in May and November, re, Hamburg, and all the principal cities. i!

ashore on the quicksands,about seven miles therein that they be'and appear before Ul necessary information will be given on
west of the Marquis Keys,and on boardingher the Superior Court to be bolden in and foi COUNTY COURTSThe pplication ta the office, (or by letter, post
he was informed that she was bound be said District, at the Court House ii County Courts,having a limited civ- paid, addressed to '.Foreign Agen
from Cam peachy to touch tt Cork in Ire- Key West, on Saturday the 10th day 01 il jurisdiction and original jurisdiction in all cf. New York,) where all order trill be
laud for orders, commanded by James September at 10 o'clock In the forenoon o' executed with thee utmost regularity and
Lamb master; and laden with Logwood.. bat day, then and there to interpose their! natters relating to Estates, Guardians,, lespatch.. ROBT. HUDSON. !i
That he also,learned that the said Brig had claims: for the same,and to make their sUe Wards, &c. are held by the Judges in the N. B.-Editoreandp t Usher of.New*.

been aground for two days, and that the rations in su ort thereof. several counties stmi-annaally. capers, Prices Current,Periodicals,IteJus.broughout J
master had caused about forty ton of her 4JI iVtA/THOS.! EASTIN, U.S.M '' the Union, are particularly !
cargo to be thrown overboard. That the DJ J08. A. TJlOUnON, D. M. APPELLATE COURT. unsted to forward'by mail,in a aecqre en- .
master of the said Brig discovering Lu inability United States Marshal's Office, nlopeohe copy of their publication,(with, .
to get the said Brig off or save Iii Key West, 24th August, 1836. The Court of Appeals consisting of the a duplicate 'by o luccee4DCIII.U) that, we)

cargo, accepted the services. of this Libel. .___._. .-- ....... ield Fudge* of the several Superior Courts ii lay M early a*possible complete; our cata-
annually at the first
. lant, his vessel and crew,and the service*o: FLORIDA DIRECTORY. on lope for the European om.ea. J l \
the' sloop Citizen' and her crew, and thecrews )Monday January.OFFICERS Rditor throughout the country 'would t !
Brilliant and the tcbi. Compiled for the Key Went,Inquirer. '
( of the sloop onfer a favor by noticing the above. ->;I
Coasting Trader. That the Libellant, hit Any error will be corrected, and addition I OF THE CUSTOMS. Hud n's Merchants*Iftw* Room. New I !'

crew and the crews of the said vessel immediately nade oa the Editor being notified of Iud district of'St.Augustine.-Collector. ,Join fork, Feb. 23,183d. "' ;f I i I .I
commenced lighten -the said. rror: or omi ioa. Rodman.district -.fAS-romcso; E'" ,

Brig by discharging her cargo'and placing. DRAPER.ANDTIWB.r 11 I
it on board the scbr Splendid. That aftei EXECUTIVE. of Pensacola Collector ll.A8-.
loading the Splendid, the Citizen hauled. Jorernor, RICHARD: K. CALL. Secretary .. Uitcbell. Inspector, R. A. Mitchell., Surveyor SEE; FLORIDA. \
.alongside and received a cargo from the Oeoao K. %Y.LKiaLEGISLATUI : Wm. M. Loftin. (Next door north of Frederick Towlo Esq. J
said Brig. That the Brig drew thirteen % Jeweller,In MOD roo Street.) ?. ]

feet water when she grounded, and when I District of St. Johns.Collector, James Carries on tho above buiisees In"all.its v I"'I

Haid by the Libellant, lay in eleven I The Legislative Council fc 'composed o Dell Inspector, Horatio Dexter. ranches. .A :; tr




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I The foHowngi: JwTtld"oilier communications within a short distance, and' then/with: a I KBIT WEST INQUIRER.. "Sec- 2. And be it further enacted

!I ; had "been intended for publicationat I hideous yell, fired and rushed upon then. -------- That the following acts of the Territorial, I I
.: Some seized their muskets and returned, the SATURDAY,SEPTEMUEU 10, 1836.
an earlier day, but tho indisposition of -"'" Legislature of Florida, viz: an act entitled
: fire,others fled Two were badly wounded), The nonappearance of"th--; INO.UUIKH for \
the Editor,and consequent non-appearanc e! one of whom escaped and reached the garrison several weeks past, must be attributed to An Act to incorporate the Bank of St.

of the Inquirer prevented We insert i it t I -the other was scalped and left for indisposition and absence of the Editor Joseph," passed February twelve, eighteen

now, as it gives the particulars of some affairs dead. This man, behaved gallantly. Tho It is to be regretted that this cessation should I hundred and thirty-six:-an act entitled

; the outline. of which had been before! nut a soldier, but a laborer in the Quarter have occurred at a time when the informstiunilscolumaawouldllavecontained .. "An 'Act to incorporate' the Florida Insu
Masters Department after fired he
having :
reported. levelled the first Indian that approached would l 'ranee and Banking Company," passed February

[FROSt OUR CORRESPONDENT' AT TAMPA.]]I him with the butt of his musket. Two or have been of so much interest to its readers I ten, eighteen; hundred and thirty-six! :

*. *. Our presents only a three others rushed upon him and brought abroad. an act passed February: fourteen, eighteeo

j scene, of dull and quiet monotony.! The him down in like manner. He had two SHIPWRECK. The- hundred and thirty-six, entitled "An Act
troops arc very healthy, but have nothing deep stabs in nis back which entered his I Brig Helen Augusta: to i incorporate the St.
to, do except garrison duty. A solitarytrack lungs and one in the neck,and his scalp Capt. Stickney forty-eight: dajs from NewYork Joseph Insurance
bound to New Orleans-with an as Company, and all other acts and
is seen now and then in the neighborhood torn off, evidently in great haste. In this I parts of
evidently of a spy watching the situation he was found weltering in blood: sorted cargo-ran upon the Florida Reef,I acts, passed by the said Territorial Legislature
movements of the Post. Two Indians were and carried to the hospital where his wounds I 011 the morning of Tuesday 6th inst., and of Florida, in the year eighteen hun
seen also a short time since skulking behind were dressed, and strange to say, heislikt- was relieved by wreckers on the same and
trees. A steady and vigilant observation is i ly to recover. S. she allowing day's. After the Brig had struck extending
constantly kept up in this way by which N thumped considerably before a s
they may know and be prepared to guardagainst The following was intended to have been sitance was taken, and it was not until after tions with banking powers, or conferring

any thing that might be attempted published some weeks since, but it may two cargoes had been taken out-that the banking powers on any corporation or insu
against them-or if, any acquisition or di not Le Brig was got afloat.. On the following day tution whatever be and the
uninteresting at the she arrived same: are hereby
present. in
and is
minution of the strength of the post took port now discharging, "
place. They nre no doubt quite willing t to DEFENCES OF SOUTH FLORIDA. preparatory to a survey of the vessel. It is disapproved and annulled

remain quiet during the summer and recruit PERTH AMBOV, (N. J,), JM.Y 6, 1836.MR. thought she is not much injured. The following joint Resolution also pas:.'

from the effects of the campaign, JESSE ATKINSON. The ed the Senate, but we cannot determine
which it is, well enough known now, have SIR-Although absent from following cases of salvage have been from< the whether,it
Key West, ] decreed by His Honor Judge Webb since papers passed the Houseor
been mnch than
more severe upon them habeen S feel too warmly interested in its welfare,and the publication of our last not.
imagined, by many persons. It could in that of South Florida generally: for distance paper.
not be otherwise. Driven 'from their homes to lessen in the least::! sympathy, I. Ship James,,from Mobile bound to New "Resolved by the Senate and House of
and such of the comforts of life my York, stranded on the easterly coast of
as they for the exposed situation of the inhabitantsof Representatives of the United States of
afforded and crowded with their Florida and bilged. Cargo ol f
women that quarter of the Territory under consisting America in assembled
Congress That
present 1081 bales cotton all saved the
and children into the deepest recesses of, 1 except about
unwholesome swamps-continually harras- since my arrival at the north,consequently, endeavored) 40 bales. Materials of the Ship mostly act of the Territorial Legislature of Florida

iced and pursued-and subject to a vast by communicating with, the War Department saved. Value of cargo and materials $47 passed on the 14th of February, eighteen

tnany'U1usual privations and exposures, to street the transfer of a small body 921 99. Salvage awarded, 40 pr cent on hundred and thirty-five, and entitled
they could not escape sickness nor providefor of dry cotton, 50 pr cent on daDlagcdcotton,
troops either to Indian Key, Cape Flor: and "An Act to increase the capital of the Bank
its.evils. Their wounded without 50 cent on materials. \
too pr
ida New
or being fully impressecwith I of Pensacola, and to amend the laws in
surgical aid, thrown back among their crow the importance of the L'r. Barque Eleanor, bound from New
ded hl&unts-all corroborate the measure. Orleans corporating said bank, and for other .
that to purposes
Liverpool with
reports A copy of my first communication 1 see a cargo of 1656
r they are laboring under heavy suffering for (by a report made to Congress from the ales of Cotton,got ashore on theTortugas i. ," Qm }the act of the same Legislature,

f their murderous and treacherous audacity. Department) was forwarded to the Commanding Reefs. Vessel condemned in consequence passed on the 14ih df February eighteen
There is no doubt that Micanopy Olatancha! General of injuries sustained the reef.
Florida in May, and Salvage hundred and thirty-five, and entitled"Au
(alias Col. Davicshalf: brother' of Micano to another written last month I have received paid tri kind,and one third of the cargo saved Act incorporate the Southern Life Insurance
: py) and Jumper, with the main, portion of an answer from Major General Ma given. The vessel sold for $2,545 13
; their tribes,are at or near,tho everglades, comb, a copy of which is herewith forty : and salvage awarded 53 1.3 pr cent. and Trust' Company: ," ought not to

and now while the measles, djnsentory and ded,from which no hope of an addition. Brig Natchez, bound from New York! be suffered to remain in force with the provisions -

fevers arc weakening their strength, would the forces in tho Southern District, can be to Mobile, with nn assorted.cargo,.wrecked which they at present contain;. norunlesstrley.be
N 4 be the strike
timo.to a successful blow. .
gathered.I Carysford Reef
on vessel Net
bilged. amended
.f by a rcduo-
They'couldncither.fly nor effectually resist, have to value of proper
the and
acknowledge services rcii cargo materials saved $23,85! tionof the
and would fall an amount of- capital, by a
easy prey-paralizcd as I dereti by Colt WHITE in cooperating to Salvage decreed, 49 pr cent. on undamaged proper
they must be by misfortune. enhance the security of the inhabitants III cargo, 50 pr cent on damaged cargo, and abridgement .reformation of the power

'Respectfully; yours. S. our quarter of the Territory,and I trans 50 pr cent on materials saved. granted, and by taking away the guaranty

mit a copy of a letter addressed to him I bj Brig Franklin, got ashore on Pickle's of the Territory from their bonds and contracts

I, [FROM TUB SAME) the Secretary of the Treasury expressing Rtef, and a quantity of bales cotton and a I or at least from all such bonds and

ABOUT one o'clock P. AJ. of the 18lh the willingness of that officer to aid .the few boxes of merchandize taken out. Value I 1- :contracts as have not been actually issued
inst. wo alarmed with the War or Navy Departments in into' of
were report oi i carrying : cargo saved, $2,888. Salvage

defensive and sold, and passed into the hands of bona
several rifles inour immediate neighborhood, operation measures creed, 50 pr cent. -
followed instantly by the startling and terrific I am Sir, respectfully, fide holders, before the twentieth day cf
Indian war whoop. A party of woodcutters > Your ob't Serv't. Old Br. Ship Dorothy Foster, bound (from June eighteen hundred and thirty-six."
n wen at work'about three fourths of W. A. WH1TEI1EAD.i (Jamaica London, got -
.'mHo north of'flic post and, there was no ashore between Pickle's and Conch Heels APPOINTMENT BY TIIEPRESIDEN1'W17H.

I; doubt they were attacked A party of fir I i I HEAD QUARTERS OF THE AR'IYl) Vessel bilged and the greater part of tin THE ADVICE AND CONSENT OF TU:
teen mounted men was instantly (despatch WASHINGTON,June 21, 1836. \\ cargo lost. Nett value of cargo and materials SENATE.

at full speed, followed as fast as possible by To W. A. WUITEIJEAD ESQ. I' cent.saved, $9, !U8. Salvage decreed, 50 CHARLES M. WELLS to be Marshal of

I three companies of foot. On seeing the Perth Amboy. pr toe United States for the Southern Judicial
horsemen.approach the Indians fled I Br. Brig Integrity, bound' from Can
precipitately SIR-Your, letter of the- 13th inst. wa District of .Florida.in the place of Thomas
to tho hammocks and peachy to Cork, laden with Logwood
pursuedby received the got
by Secretary of War and Eastin
re ashore appointed Navy. Agent at Pensacola.
the horse party who were obliged to tarred to me. There is every disposition to on Quick sands. Case not yet w
make a circuit around the haws ock. On' afford adjudicated fMMM TRADE J
West CUBA.
protection te Key and the eg 7 WITH -A writer iu tit
robbing l the'open pine woods on the,other tablishment at Indian Key, but all the disposnble I Charleston Courier is the
We recommending
aide of t ho ,hammock, they found themselves are happy to announeo'the arrival of
troops have been sent either into the Kev. ROBERT I repeal of the Tonnage Duties on Spanish
,, within}jhrcc or four hundred yards of Florida DYCE of the Protestant
.I or into the Creek country, so t that Vessels ,
Episcopal Church by act of Congress two
about fifty Indians: who halted and faced as we can again sit un
nu :bent
them. Tho party halted: and fired, which regular more army can to Florida present sent from the der the droppings of the Sanctuary and 1 years since. We should certainly pronounce .

was returned by'nearly all tho Indians, but Governor CALL has been invested I hear the word dispensed. such course most impolitic, unless
without effect on either side. The Indians the President with the chief command by in Mr. D. proposes (as will be seen from a I preceded by some regulations on the part

.. then retreated again in their usual cowardly Florida, and should he deem it for notice the in this day'.s paper).to open a school of Cuba giving to our intercourse some degree :
manner before, this: handful of horsemen necessary instruction of the young. of ""
to scud any troops to the points you indieP reciprocity. 1i
skulking from,tree to tree and keeping ..> ato in your letter he will! certainly do it.- .
a running fire.from' behind each one, whichwas The.Governor is well informed in relation terUE REMEDY THAT IS TO BE WAD The passengers in the Brig Helen Au.

t briskly returped by our party. Mean to every thing connected with the defers EI.SEWUERE.-Tht following act of Co nhile usta, (wrecked on the 6th inst.)report that
time the three companies of foot were on a of Florida. gress, which pissed both houses without a off the Florida coast, some of them
r sapid march andsoon overtook the combatants With dissenting voice went ashore, to get. water. Soon after lea
,but great respect (so far as we can.learn,])I
on their approach the Indians I have tho honor to be, elucidates Governor viogtbey-perceived four or five Indians who
darted off like EATON'S idea of the
deer and were seen no 'too e. Sir,your most ob't serv't.ALEX. had followed their trail to the beach. We

ThoJiorsemcniuthJs with but affair disphyed.g real. MACOMB; l\bj. GE a. remedy that can be obtained elsewhere than mention! this circumstance, that vessels passing
courage little in Florida for the
tact or cunning. If impolitic: and unwhole-
it had occurred to: them to have fired and may be cautious how they land, as the
legislation of the
then retreated they would probably have TREASDRV DEPARTMENT J fire Territorial_Leisl,,- Indians are hostile.
beer followed by the Indians; until the I latter June 21, 1336. j Council. -
had, been drawn within the fire of tho Hon. Jos. M. WHITE, "An Act disapproving and annulling TEXAS.: -Accounts from this Provincs are

foot companies who were advancing in two House of Representatives I certain acts of the Territorial.Legislature of various and contradictory. Some papers

columns with the,"intention of taking SIR-I have the honor to acknowl edge Florida and for other speak of the Mexicans bringing a large army -

enemy OQ, two sides. Thq horsemen w she the receipt of your letter of the 20th in.-l. "Be it enacted purposes. into the field-and one which will annihilate r I
! however, withouta, commissioned officer and to inform you that the same has: bee by the Senate and House Texians. On the other band the
, end were scat with alt 8f.1 referred to tbeVat I of Representatives in Congress assembled !i
possible haste to Department with Texians appear to bein good spirits, and tofeel
ford instant relief to tho woodcutters without j expression of my willingness to place one That no act of tbo Territorial Legislatureof confident success.Navetr1'be .

I anticipation further movements.- other Revenue Cutter at the disposal of the I any of the Territories of the United -

The Indians having made no minifestations War and Navy Departments: in case itj!; :State, incorporating bank Sloop of War Natchez is
for a considerable time should be desired.I I any or any institution
past,the woodties' par- ready to sail from this port for Pensacola.
had become carrless. They were I am respectfully, Sir, with banking powers or privileges, The foUowing.o icen go out in her as pas
wed but had no apprehension of attack Your Ob't Serv't hereafter to be passed shall have ceases Com. Charles Stewart; MasterCom.
The Indianstcrept stealthily towards them LEVI WOODBURY any force : Thomas Crabb,to command the War
from tree to tree and from bush to bush till or effect whatever, until approved and cony. pen; and sailing.master John Robinson appointed
Sec'y of the Trcasu j firmed by Congres, to the Pensacola station.-[N. Y
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) w l"1.l)1D.L WRECKERS A>T> Nrw roioc; tt l'CO a 1c.a tit to 'thtm-'T.: ;) d w-.n"'MIlf +thr *8'i cts rrodrwrl 1(111 the t 1' avrorMt + ''
hormir \b bt4t
PW Tf.-il; a have been favored, wrth the, 0I'tJ accusers of hey West and the,vfftt .Mttbe&tt--.. .. It eons a mosta'atling and 'To IMae1br." ttlTI 4

pcrnsalof a, letter from gcattaraan of X.: norJ& Wreckers will commend the osrdtt
t17c ''tkqI t > tnbtela
scene )\ \tg : a irt }
Y'ffk-bo iwrttsl, tins Wand some you is,;'couple: : from the Scotch: BArd, shah,, a,'d.w Swxbc mast solmiti fctfcmg*. \ ..A't '" bQa..t.. \ J

igo, 10 a matt of this saner, vJach in.. if it a'auld rot ml11..c them brticr, milt; at I'Q\'I1'k2cr' tat at their fondrrts 3 fOt r asficzrblr 'n,. t *h111C eye' it'M 'k t

slTtntcs: a comparison brt-wwsa the profits ofj least taakc: them more dtfriuWe.O $ mow' to yerat 111clta d tier; ,AvrLY-for O ItftIlt-\i north Ya err bolt'Y' "I'. r

the New Y:it pSots and tbe Florida Wreck wooU some port tle giftic gie w. ', t orall rxlble pirraa i ,I n rglteal -,th lire at78torrl 1 Still toecky my its \M learn I
To >e* oarseJres: as ULeraiw* us' ,a Mr\ftont! 1, tlatlyatt'aat ,,1,1I. O f stars that ere'
ers. It scons be bad soon OUT paper of"SthJanoaTyias We imcndod Jo have IKVUCW *zd forming an wa ffllcA 1 with A moss l ltaY M1tw 'OnthedtteIYAb 11'I'

,inwJwch we gave a statement :bm4'\an ticin : gattxv+rrJ ra tM a,,mht, ; ....
sages of('()mn. x3tN n, in the same r, : t'tX'Nb1 .Us tf D.t't.
&I tits!. "YSw 'n ,1a\\
of the amount wrecked property their fiifuUigttiaslfcs
exic&Jed: to the+decision his loner J u "C e, If JLmbiitattt 1h'Ittt} ttJ its+Pet+n+the
amount ofsaSrige tar the proceeding year,I Webb, in which he is ranked next toausuce : ly over muhxic of anxiousanocs ith,; \00 f"tabh.)\U'4\'n j t v>t vhi_ ptat ,\'h.'t\pus +
as also the number of ""ndingcgse1: roadS'1'M"Jbhng \\ ;I epena g y CHOO\,ha a ears rd+ceM tit,
I Story; but our article l>as;,1roadyuro-: <'dj J\y of+txpcctod excitement, ami how the i\iffittntttttm\tot rmrt AXaUward + ots t ot'
with their cumber of n>cn In that siaJe- it for dark f llx trees migglu\g i loin The ScWol \U be
the limits designed and we omit the foliage ( c in %' *ioah \
meat we said it etas In unuS31I.mount. ow I sight the dwtJuice.+ while b xt)a,ti1) liw tlie J] loon a des,,'oatt+meeeiaq at assts\ tad \ tA t
ing to the two disastrous gales) of August b1ad.na.s of ntgltt. ''1'1.e Tutee* al'I+txsrr,j I issuing till tots tn eleel, Ltwrara vtiitti bernrhatut

and ScpTember of 1835. Favourable a? Gen. Duff Grffn has resigned tbc cdito> thc saltvnn )I\g\f t"rsi the t rtaaoata'i'' t ")r b *nroiMttttxU I I'I aehal tor the aarsutvug ft\etaittg, f roil iti l lr
( { the U. 8. at that ucl"hPl't th cir "
tlrialdcpartmento Telegraph ness they b.1
that statement was for iLe wreckers, still i ibears r I h thatght this Mmaunt of e oadeerwent r days
{Washington, and Kiciard II. Crabb assumes his tlret
er in grandest tcmpKxUraw neat ft
much health will admit .
a* as ast t"" h
no proportion to ti c enormous profits tLc I
duty.Accounts hearts with, ihewwiical j
loa sympathy airIxubfrotn 1 i tio irp.niirp. No pupil.m be""t"'" f\t '.
of the New York Pilots, protected from the pulpilvhilo every object f.afctoftttervfciri tnfcnthfee m bU"", and it
( Vast Florida state that the' 'I
and made rom trio and ",ccno >aa rtc mil of W that U ;
corafet'.tion by monopoly, secure Indians arc still committing depredations strange picturesque iwi 'I court* elected WUbe t
in their profits. in small bodies. Governor Call has been ,their ncrws for tlrul, atrxtextraralKnrrum, 'reslxvnrihleforthewhole' quarter's laitlatt\ t
This has received his information i appointed to the command in Florida, and I We shall extract tVoin this work aft our:i I un wbb\ they eater s tay \\Ittbtl' ittfurvtta :
correspondent I Uo \may be had ou *nn\ie.lid n. '
Indian Tcrritor '
would mote into the about
) limits trill allow
from the N. York Custom House,! the 10th of August, on or before Etch r.mc KpTiW'eat: 8 ept. t9tlt 1ft\-.' :

it here >he learned, that no less I than 1508 one thousand volunteers wa exacted to arme i Tho XtKw..Yon&KR has com regularly N Treif1'i) !f Rlmm8-' :-
The of this OTlCKis t hereby it ft \bU'tho
from Tennessee. Light
object '
Ships, 3048 Brigs, 3622 Schooners arrived to hand, and the publUucr veiy ably auttaiu N
march is to destroy the crops of the enemy Home, at Cape" Florida l Wit \t+ %t"J'.
and departed in the same year, subject to and by this means bring/ them to terms of the high reputation their Quarto bat already!,ed by the Indians "n the @S July "!taut, by

entry and clearance, which at the established peace.' We have conversed with a gentleman acquired Letters* (rum Mexico: ," araintcrcsliug ,,.burning. The buildiivg it ,tanking 1\d"'f
who in the Mail! Schr from !be a laud mark by day but tto light *
rates of would came : Hope < at this moment of |x>litical: cottvuhioo -' eue Jl
plotagc yicldtbesum Charleston. He informs us that as they i 'exhibited until U it
of 51115,000,10 be divided between were tearing Charleston he spoke a vc.icl iu that liepublic. LacJi no, is embcUivi l \V. .\. hf"tNd.UtAD Cal.

live pilot Boats and sixty: Pilots, making from East }Florida the Captain of which ..cd with pieta of music, ao that tb e bt A. tlotanart lh'r.,' t Aug. ftd Ut6.
informed him that the Tennessee volunteers "fair" can have companion for lbe pita d'm ::'Af"p ehuur [" ems.
for 1 !
S 1,375 pilot, allowing them to he had and that the Governor intended "
or guitar. I finn ur 1',J. Koutan& Cote are reTtters I
joint owners cf the Boats, while the wreckers marching against the Indians immediately, The \ lue ,l to call and settle their accottnu" fen 't :,
( publishers tiatur
averaged only 5573 and 70 cents each rhiladclphi* before the Ant Hay of Do ab.r.,or that will '
As IT SHOULD BE.-Sherburnc, the mid day Courioi'havo, conun.uccd a quarto, to- bo put into the hands- of aft -.ffl eer for c llection. -
provided they were the joint owners of theo shipman who murdered young Key in a duel tilled '* Tho 1'hiUd. Mirror. They .ay, 1'. J> rONTAMl Ik' CO.pt .' ,I

vessels employed along the reef," but at Washington, has been stricken from theroll in their prospectus that they have \10.000lubtcribon. H. 10, lrlddtntl7: tr 1 '.' '

as they are not, they only averaged $286 of the Navy by tho President. Success: attend them, R08LE \ rnl !
..rDlat1k 8hlppl"1f ArUcte' blabk lows 1
per man, allowing only eight men vessel -
per Tho last mail brought us the LAUIKI UOOK f
eta of Attorney- lilauk lulls ,of Bale ete.ate. .
Extract from
a private !letter to tho Editor ,
sharing equally-what a disproportion : for Juno Its contents a ro varied aud lutcrctliug. > ate '

in compensation between the New dated at Fort Dade, Suwannco River Tho publishers bare issued pro* -It !

York.Pilots,protected by monopoly runningno "The Indians still continue to commit posal for printing a weekly family nswtpa* ???. _., AND TAUL9R TAttAMAIiklt, f Wft, }, I
hazards,and enjoying most of the comforts depredations iu various parts of tho court-, per entiu *l "Th. !Haturday News and Lit WOULD respectfully( 'inform hia euatoni* f J

of life, and the Florida Wreckers, exposed try, they killed a man not long since i in rar) Guetta.n to commcuo! vu td July* : oontldue..., and .the theTITOltMF bUd ,VUIVtXE1' ,ri, f t

from their occupation to constant one mile of this station, and they aro still I Wo bUG the Uraud Uulf (MtM.) Advtr- in all It. braneh,At hli'otd and welt known S

risks of life and limb, to an enfeebling climate i- stealing, killing and robbing in the neighborhood tiicr before u',from which we ..x.tnoIon,i. eland on J.rr\tlqu8trut. umioftUfe' the Alcire j\

to constant from insects of San 1'cdro. On tho 10th they item of Mr. J. It. surrey, \fhei'e 1 be+ haioii baud
annoyance I
splendid &morim ut ufgundi ef ihn.irtevery '
cut off from the comforts of life, and villi i shot a young man through both thighs, attho dftiariptiuii.HUPBUF1NIJ.

fled and abused by tho,very people whose plantation of Col. Whittier, nnd lure seldom Impudence in ,these miya an uuoiiyinoua writer. will l ': ; CLOTUa \
enlightened lot
days, (pass Biitth
blue ,
property they expose their lives in sav open the body, took off all the plunder limycould tulciit. Tina is a tnisiukc. Our own daily brown ai, iiurtle,,bJ"It.olive dr turret ketUItk., and turlalble LUhlltl&l

ing. carry, together with eleven mulesand ojtpcricncoyivcs: it tlto Hu.VU tuna neon ttudl'olUJi, grceti, ttdUMe, dahlia, luiterU. ,

During tho last six or seven years there horses set firo lo tho house, but did vtnuufaiutluthortrrotrattdlrungrygcnwgnaw r tlvo and Mtrcl miied, with drab nude vail I'I ;

.have been many charges made against the not succeed in burning it down, tho flame+ its incatlcM: bone, while inipudciico, oty of other Cloth "" I r
tull-lud I and Bclf-autlicivut, lolled !artily VAtt81MttttH. '
conduct or the wreckers which could not being extinguished by tho Nt'grocl-thc on I blue bUok. drab
his cushioned: ottoman, and was reverenced } utalJt
but in two instances, be sustained by any young man saved himself by crawling under by the Capping crowd thai gathered around I rlety London of plait colon), railway and\ and buobiklo, otv*>

color of evidence And in those two instances -' the houso unperceived by the Indian., him Talent may fail you-induitry, en.tcrpritw quality& IUl'LJ.NUID

,it unfortunately happened, that the! who were busily employed in plunder. Ontho patience) all may a rail you J but VI: &'INO ,
impudunco if bleared .aeh.. rich, figured and nlaln' velvets|
you are with it, will I ,
wrecked vessels were laden with high proof same day,they+ killed a negro in the bo ever a ready helper, and will inevitably .white buffshJ d.urd Valendia, Mirsclllpi,
spirits which: disturbed the lama neighborhood whose soil la limar.t, white figured Iud
judgement of property, I lo conduct you to what' you desire,bo it Uiuuty, ins flortutln rlalu iit
cto. .
our fearless,daring, and enterprising men not at this time remember, tho great part of I wealth, or fame it will be to you all iu to.FANCV

\- engaged w wrecking. the company at that station 'having left the all. Men of genius may nicer -mou oiBOIISO A1ITIOLK0.

Before wo refuse to extend charity even 'place for Georgia-they could only raise n .\ may Its laugh in duaftu, but impudence hoods' i itnot. .ty BpUodld of st {U, hoer llucuto\and omt plain rind itudki flollan of,, mi black< i !

in these cases it would be well to compare company of eight men, who followed the :of oar every: voicu but that :hori,.kld, bUck und wllUe.Uk pelt glover' ,
o.'llw'LntiulI-ll.. eye i> blind to 1 tJottou. Ufttt.'d_ ,. J--.i ..... __ ,..ti '
every tlrtihl... __ _lIu..I.... .... .- i 1 .1
the conduct of wreckers Hail about 20 miles -
our with those and then returned '" .UU'IIIII
.... rhino but it. own uxctx'dinu lIe.ul.1.tJt. ,hose,gttm elastic& libel aeti impend,bUok i
Long Island and New Jersey,and ask their wining to proceed any further, wltnouf! a.. your oilier lea vo you IJClwJlela-U'' Irnpu-. silk and fane? t>oug" liandkerchUft, gum t

Northern accusers if they have ever heardof reinforcement.( 'ho Georgians have had dunce Is your, you aio deb without hla elude and punt psntaieeu,straps, std ett)

any thing on our coast to equal what occurred two brushes, in the firot they kilted 7 of: gtft. Mv on,. devpiMi. nut flopud.nco.N'IlJ.Y Alto, ag_nral' amorhn.af of ,
-[ ,'k,, 11KADY MAIn CLOTHING! ( "VlZt
recently on their own. We might thc enemy,of that number,one was a ,
eqaw, Drab
r stool( mixed and
even interrogate somo of tho members of| and ono other a good looking while man tershamlion thin' and t/f IIWb clotlii,'!*.-
; A IUUltfAIJ: flmhtng.
the Temperance societies at the north, and about lost. 21 years of nge. On Friday ho 16th' Tho full mooa !it tbrvwiof rook and doss eoati, busting Ofe/-O0it CH(.i fine" + '
they had a second brush killed 14 In IU light oath goats' hair oambNt cud doth
if oloabi
inquire they had been laboring at a wreck sew, pau
dians and took
18 prisoners, among that And ilvdr the lily loom, and vesti of altnutt
on our reef from twenty to thirty hours number} is a negro who speaks English'; arid That droops by tb. l I.ai lion ttt good, raanuCaoturnd by every tbettibiori*

without meat or drink, with the spray of states there are about 160 men making their 'I'L. woodland !J. silent, br ,la the must approved Kyle aud (la the

the ocean dashing over them, and fainting way to Ibo Okefanoke Swamp, in order 'lo I TL m..lt the tieminolo! I Couiv, tilid wool, hell Welib and Qtnton danntl
from exhaustion if join Indians, in two akirmmh one, om .rjirt =
even they could well To etc. Ale.1)1A1Ii. '
refrain es, the whites lost no men, two wo understand thy fund 10", breast I .'

from tasting a little Jamaica, spirting are mortally wounded,and tome oth' The blue belt i* tfrlogiug : .

out from some luckless: cask,that got injured slightly. There I Is a c, r.pany ;in their Jt'. head to the "It. *, t jlU I, ''ALL,

by dashing about in the slings? front, and one on their trail 1 tit rear, consequently Attd dew drop bang t"uI "" JlAH I,1sLUIt11)A;
The starched I consider them in 'Jo blossom and trees i 7r/frp11nf11TENt"1)OciiAB"y""
moralists may preach and a very close No t
I place, if well managed larger the sweet ru.e ILL* DI CALL HILLS or' t.Atj'1fQ
the sly deceiver may accuse, without taking Ie cloyed from the sight, It/lflCk'i DLAfffe* MU'ut *0ftt' >*'

; all the circumstances into account,(and We Cod in our office tb. KJf.cJCu..auta Jut blooms &In the thrdutr KrofeMA NAtbesWs
Ard sttlluerr fJ(nlIM.'I yiid t""dtt-
we would not extenuate or aught indict for JaDe and July, and although tie) con Ler.'.fr tl Every kind' of Job Wotltt executed with
i in malice,) yet we fearlessly aay, there} u tens are not rich a* tome of their predecessors 'I'bereh beauty above toe, de.p.'CJ"' at the t omee of the Kay Wear

not to be found oa earth a more useful -yet they bear ample' testimony Com, timid one, come j Irraurart.
excellent wt. Atnot 'I'" the)iou. ofli Jne- .. KM!jy, nt, July !, 1816.Memoranda I '
hardy U "
,enterprising,honorable,and >g >* original' p*.
generous Tw" ""
the boat that is lk or'ireasoU.I
pen, w. had A along,
set of men, than our sons of the Ocean, H miaU. Iodise desultory Sketch of the And tocltsiu the glelllll 8foten"trmn<
Jl WHn"
of Florida." Of ? IWtimore.
Any thing ir, tl,
tI& ire l I
the Florida Wrecker Kemoie them from r.IaUg to lUtm "ied ana of the Guest t/' Its wane ou 'M Uc1U"c Kreaoi.th !13, r JJX l'wifer? aNd< *", pnt;in oft tIe< 81J'

oar u ( and tie N'orthern Insurer 'is at patent iateretliof Too much I sass .. tile4t .iion lOlb,
oswact I see thee J"11 AIgtinn ffo
I I* laid ia | bound 1 to ,
praise of tU .)
wouJ fl Uj bu of their wu* pepuUr Map 1,4411. step it near, JL'rlr d the flfcj'. ".
ft sine. We cofry from MA DiakJcfJ, on I tfyruM l'b cb.ek Ie 'flftJog' 1I"1f Votad ,
ad ($a.M to seeder LoW fear New
grange 0<, JoY..1 "Ult .
HarM J patLi,a" tt.A folltwin >> feat Y"tft fr.WAkifcfg
,: ntnpt. It Is d. fly ,.,.lip Jf Vr/stllog' arrived e. 8th ,let. .
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l 1:1i LegerfdVof r'j' Cab in. : logs They lay so close..taigetlier,. that! that Wh na: day or two before;he stood j too heavy to carry' But since T now sec I
! From the could barely get 'my eyes, nose and .chinout here giving vent to his soul, and ,falsely 1 that our Great Father {meaning the President
"i I Tut UUN'rER''PIDUL. of water; and as the J logs touched a few ttlived his tribe would unflinchingly support j has sent three of his wisest chiefs to

L fCoil( fusi ri.) inches abovo myl lace, I, Was nearlym total him. The dream was over! the delusion I give us good talks, clothing fot our people,
t Finalh/tfie jie/4{ : stood( beside. theI ,darkness. Here I lay half dead with fatigue past! As he stole like a bashful girl,to the !Food for our children, powder and lead to

" t opening, and.(\,[*>M.in; Waffle moving it and. pain, waiting'the coming of the ,table, his Jbrn\andface enveloped closely hunt 'game and bring in I heaps of furs.I .-
'i'b about, then M thrust .in hia head, and just savages I soOIheard.b h shouts ,that by his blanket,, .with maiden, timidity he begin to feel aa a new man. I see the
I\j t es he was! fartyrm. 1 fired,and i blew the top they were near; weredescending the stream. I stretched forth his hand and ,tremblingly ,dark clouds that made us keep in our wig
of his head. all off. ,lie( :fen forward, his :One, of Jthem came oh the raft; he stood touched pen. 'The touch was hke an wams blowing away and the sun shining
body blocking up' be hole' *' tn"an instant I for amomeat oh'the jog 'that'concealed electric shock; he started-the blanket! fell ;again. Our Great Father is too 'good-he

rp y r eprang;on,hirn,aadi wrested the,rife) from me; his weight pressing my bead ,under from his head-a Choking voice camp from wants to make as happy, to teach us to be
I: his grasp,' pomted if from one of the water. Had he remained many minutes I his throat-'twas over; he"gatheredTiis man like his white children1 and have plenty to
,1, dying /SrOO,,'and another Indian was must have perished. He moved onwards, tie once more about him,:and shrunk' ,back ,eat and drink; and all he asks is, a little
)' dead beside hit chief;"the others gave one however, and then like an old ottar,! poked to his phce.as if it was the first time he had land. What is the lard to us? Our fath

'I, l E yell of despair and tbok'to the! tree.. Therewas I' my nose out of the water to blow. For known dishonor.. As he seated himself, he .ers sleep in it, but our white' brethren won't
1 now'fo'ra while;'a'cessation, bf warfare. I near an hour I heard their shouts near the drew forth his :knife,':and cut a rude gash ,dig them up, they are too good;, and if

,r. The Indians l each hid behind'a neighbouring raft; and they began to grow more and more in the finger that had dared so to'disgracehim they wanted to,our Great Father would not
''I tree,were concealed I from me, and did i :not I faint, finally died away. I waited sometime as by its f touch to yield the burial allow it. We have plenty of land left, and
eeemmucti(disposed"to.leave, their ,covert. lest some -straggler, might ire'left be,, ground of his'ancestors A flash came over I, who am a great warrior, willingly sign
t Bribe meantime, I 'vas busy rifling' the hind.( At ')last ,hearing ,nothing" of them, tini-:-Jie. cpranglo the ground,dashed aside this paper."

! dead !chief. Tile gun ,I hind taken, and and being nearly,exhausted_ 1 left my hid the blanket' and made one stride to the He was, indeed, a warrior of note. No :
. which had already. donev me' much good I Ing place and swam into the open table. "1 take back that mark," he yelledin medicine bag in his nation held as many i
'- service, I found on 'looking'at it, was John: stream. It waS quite dark. I was wet, a tone that blanched the cheeks of those scalps as his. He ,did not go forth with!
I r'; son's; the sapge''had' d.well'filled! '.btslet'' hungry and lame, still I dared not rest, who heard it-ho paused-"But noit! is wat-parties, but aUne; and the scalps of

, pouch,and:'a 'J Korh'of! powder,(the ,ammunition there was no hope of safety,but in instant done-my people have said ill"! With many a man, woman, or child of some other
k, was at]this_ time.immense importance flight. By hard 'tugging I detached a log meekness he recovered himself ahd stoleback tribe, whom their people thought had

I, : \ # ,now,to me,as I had not,above doz n from the raft,and drew it into the middleof to his seat.'" :Every;eye was suddenlyturned perished by cold water, or beasts of prey,
\I charges left, and there was! ,no telling how the, stream then laying myself at full, to the next person called, and as they hung in his wigwam. Without noise, with-

I ', long this ififiht,might last. ,I also got a bag I length upon iti1, began to float down the II sought again for, the last signer they found out the warning yell, he had!, taken more
" of parched corn, and a small, pity it was so stream. his place- vacant. lie had left a scene so titan a hundred lives, and so stealthily that

! ,'I t small, flask ,of whiskey'. Having secured I fraught with agony to his soul. the bereaved relatives could never trace their
; '(, t these 'valaable'spoils,,I resumed my, quiet From the -Am. Monthly for May. The Fox chief, whose bold and warlike loss to any particular tribe, l let alone the in-

i '' t watch of the savages; AN INDIAN TREATY SCENE. speech has been recorded, was now called. dividual.As .
I' B t The snn was near setting' when I saw From the Journal of an Officer. His name was the cloud that leaves a he signed the paper,nnd took his seat
u \t l t them.at' a signal fly each from his tree,: and Concluded. mark on the heavens wherever it has been." he muttered the ear of" the cloud that
I "''Jrf:\rf take,refuge ,behind a small rise, of, ground, -( ) As he heard his name called, he was QO his leaves its mark in the heavens wherever it
,t, about twenty<<: ;or thirty yards. from) the tree. One of the Foxes dien'rose, and' in a feet. ,No depression gained the mastery of hss been," I gave them lie for lie, did I
j I :{ 1IereJ they were out of my sight, and what flood eloquence poured forth, in his liquid his proud unbending spirit. The fire that not?" and as he carefully exposed to his

I :I: ., was worse they, ,could, creep round and [ language, otuneatsoa' the same cast, shot from his eye on a previous day wasthere companion's sight the handle of his knife, ,
t I t approach on either :side without my'knowledge and ended by a flourish of high, haughty still; sarcastic curvu' of his l lips he made a chuckling laugh as he added,
; .\ !where'to look for therri. This thought. dependence, that, .say what they will, still smiled upon them; the" heavy tread of "May we moisten some day every spot of
' I 'f J' ,i J will never ,do,1 will see if lean break up, only the unrestricted: rover oldie forest can his foot wan' unaltered; indeed, he looked the soil we have sold them with their milky
ff t the council they are holding} or at least get boast. "We areweaktobe sure"said he, Brighter :'aDd more',cheerful,.if any thing blood.11 The other responded, whilst lie
' I (t ft. an idea of what they are about.- .I began ''but.tbe. dying wolf can snarl if he cannot ban before. His disappointment,in quench- exhibited the small war-club concealed beneath
f ,:! 1 climb the sides of the'tree. As' the, rothad bite;:come then and take our lands='we've ing, had'added fresh fuel to the flame; :andas his blanket, May the day come when

if t ; >eaten it irregularly, it, -had left a good many got[ but one 'life; aod'when that has gone, he,tripped, self-poasessed;:' the table, this will be
;} I J knots and knobs, so that notwithstanding here will be no one'to prevent you from with his blanket trailing ,behind him, he .
'.I i It. I I my I lame leg, I made' out finally to reach roing where.you like. Z am only one of looked more like aged than a mortal. The ._ *-,Borne
If, k ; t : the lower hole. Cautiously poked 'my nit people. I'speak: only fur myself, and: tip the forefinger of his right'hand was ing a memorandum of the lives they have
.r, \ .bead' out and Wall rejoiced! to find"that' i dough your soldiers, who hires themselves blackened he had put it in mourning forth taken by cutting a notch for each on some
r c, I t:could command a full,, view of my enemies.There t o our Great. Father, to, be .shot, and shoot office.it was perform.. lIe turned his weapon.

: they l lay;: the "whole l five,I t.h i.r.nands. whover he tells! them to, surround us,let metellh back to the pen, and thrusting, his hand ., -
'! }i' together, talking and pointing, evidently hate.the whlte'niau'ana'hopetoseene ; behind: him, touched it, whilst I he cried: 'ETERNITY.
'. : hatching some planfor, desttuction. day when we will once more smoke: '* hand heart aUf
; : my My not roy signs it. The following view of eternity is from
' Having satisfied myself that from the top our pipes where now stand their big villages, chiefs have'got milk, instead of blood, in theeloquent Saurin, In an attempt to describe -

c of my fort I could hit one of the Indians,, whilst'their wigwams are burning around their veins-by and by, perhaps, they will the process of his mind, in endeavor.
:1 decended again, and fastened one end of us;" he showed his snow-white teeth whilst get well; ,much they'll mind the White ing to form an idea of its duration.

4 *. oiy belt to my side, and tying the two rifles he laughed, and bending his body, struck Man's goose quill and his black paint there. "1 avail myself says he, of whateverI
rtady loaded_to the other, I ascended again hiS brawiiy! 'hand thrice on the ground and They'll scratch out those marks with ,the conceive most long and durable. I heap
!r just as I caught of'the savages two of cried,"'once more will all this be ours. knife, blot out the figures on it with 'blood, imagination on imagination, conjecture on

\ them made off wiling and creeping along. Then if Great' Spirit lets any more' white and,' gritting his ,teeth as if he already saw conjecture. First, I consider those long
, ', i until he,wasput of1&ngtihof.ruy rifle, ,they men come in their big canoes to ask us for his forebodings fulfilled .tear the paper in lives, which all wish, and few obtain. I
J then ,took,to the woods and J saw' nO :weir e: our land rthe scalping' knife shall be the pieces with their tomahawks As lie took observe these old men, who live for four or
II' of them. Here another hint for me to ba'iC n: answer. We'll fill the cracks of our wig. his seat,he whimpered to a cunning chief five generations, and who alone make the
i baste as the'vartnin for rein: warns 'with their hair and'the wind snail '
r sending
who sat beside him whose denoted
name history of an age : I do no more : I turn to
for elJlents.j Slowly and carefully I pushed loot make us cold! You talk of people over
< his character, 'The Snake that bites in the ancient chronicles, I go back to patriarchal
ont my rifles and resting one in the crotch I the water! Go, tell such stones to our Grass:-"Tho day will come, the Great ages; and consider life.as extending tbro'a
of a tree,J 1'look deliberate aim at the nearesl t: children who can't understand, or to our
Spirit visited me last night, when our people thousand years, and I say to myself, alt
: Indian, He lay flat on the ground and mi I old 'women' who can't hear. This hand the Sacs and Foxes at least, will make this is not eternity-all this is but a point
,'., t baul hit -the very center,of his head. HM I has taken many, a life, and is, strong their marks on the skins of the white men." compared with eternity. Having represented

j, :: companions,sprang bn,their feet and! gazed I enough to taker many more. The Great "Be quiet now," said the Snake, ono of to myself real objects,I form ideas of 'J T
all ;round"'evident y at a'loss to' tell from I Spirit inadream has told me I should be
these days we'll present the Great Spirit imaginary ones. I go from our age to the
": whence the 'blow came: As,they stood J I[ buried under a mound of scalps I" As these
, Ede with a pack made of the skins of the pale time of publishing the gospel; from thenceto
I could take perfect ,aim, and in' a'momenanother I t words were repeated to the different tribes,
j faces. The Stake who bites in the Grass the publication of the law; from the law
. fell, wtka ballthrougli) his, body. he seated himself, and regarded with stern then called He dressed in
was was only to the flood; from the,flood to the creation;
1,1 shot roused india silence the Commission, who were
The second, thererpa.ng some-
r the customary costume breech-cloth and I join this epoch to the present time, and
to the necessity'. of putting aheiter, betwecr. whatconfusedbythispowertuloutbreakingof blanket. Around his neck was the skin imagine Adam still living. Had Adam
him and, mo.'i ,.He,sprang behind oitiee,. the warrior chief. of a rattle-snake, half swallowed up by the lived until this time in fire or on a rack,
There ,he remained i a loog ,lime, till,finding Seeing that little was to be effected ing
I full length skin,of a moccasin snake. The what idea must be formed of his condition!
, .. that he,was not likely.t"omQve,.ndknowii.; this excited state of miiid, the council ad rattlesnake warns those who approach it At what prico would we agree to expose
; I tbaqbelf tefnt orcelDentscould! not be falIt : loomed till next day, and in the interim,
outs there
being the mockasiu bites with ourselves to misery so great What imperial -
; distant,! determined ,10'00'00:' ,I went tc I by the distribution of presents, such as out Such friendly caution. This glory would so glorious were it

1 work with my tomahawk', cutting. a hole In I blankets,calico, guns,powder, beads, pork, of skins showed the reptile stealthilyconquering arrangement to be followed appear by such wo? Yet this is
''i tl o tree 'opposite1 to where* he by sadhalf ui I &c., prepared! those, Ivhose minds were not
more He i not eternity all this is nothing compiled
enemy. ,
an hour's time made of the sterner stuff, to listen withpatience
; Icoujd creep,through'. was a spare man, with a wrinkled face, decayed with eternity. I go farther still. I pruceed
I then bad, Jbboson's rifle and took mown y if not, yield tu a solicitation to teeth and
from from
insignificant appearance. imagination to imagination+ ; one
in hand ent1'arept barter their lands. The effect
softly out. Taking away was
l He
might have weathered some forty years. :supposition to another. I fake the greatest
advantage of the I at the next meeting. One
ground was soon out oi apparent by one There
was nothing his number of 1
peculiar in. : that can'be imagined.
i : sight ofthe' Indian the : consented but tbese who had appear. years
then J cbieCf
; :sprang-to: >> roj his
; ance, not even eye, except you caught form all these into one fixed nnmber and
: feet and sped I Balked morn than an how spoken the day: before maintained a gloomy it fixed '
on tbi
you. was ease, I star my imagination. After suppose
undisturbed, and beg silence and sat on the earth listlessly
uetoiadulge tope ; as they how different .
however yoor opinion of his God to create a world like this we inhabit;
that I should rWbrthe f << criie marks in the sand
k .withon1! making or plucking
whole exterior. You
tf thought him remark I I him creating it forming one
danger. :4 bad eainedeUw .top of" the |ai the blades of grw' from their roots, they able in and face ,suppose by
figure and wondered at atom at a time, and employing in the pro
bal!, and }bq.creek'Jay in tbo'ViUey seemed be of what
below not to aware vas going the
;;;j entire alteration. It the
was indescri duction of each atom the time fixed in my
l. I paused for a moment,' and looking back,. oo. A stranger would have thought they !bable something in the that met calculation mentioned. What
r saw four iBtout,Indians on the oppoait) took no concern in the transaction, but gate yours just now
produced effect. He teemed to numberless ,would ,such
hill,not more thin a mile b hind me The]y i under this unruffled surface boiled the molten ages an arrange-
into your soul,, and imaginedyou ment, I him to I
require Finally
must have seen)noaf the same moment, rage of,mortified but not crushed spirits. felt the you suppose )
of observe
fo their loud : tfx, The fangs a reptile fastening on dissolve and annihilate the whole, and
[ war whoop rang4brough was settled that and tht
treaty on 0 vitals. But
... your be seldom fixed his the satire method in this desolation
wood. I did
not wait for another look a two following days and a day or two after
long; his eye danced about in his he and i-
bead as observed in the creation disposition
J them but
made for the creek, I gained tin) was assigned for the signing of it. The with restlessness "
bank and chiefs and : a that showed, t!o gb he of tho whole. What an immense du
into the
plunged Ol h
stream. principal made their marksby
men : could study others he did not'wish'them to ration would be consumed! Yet this i i3
how pleasant was that cool water to ; just touching the and did it with
raj pen, him. As he
study reached the board be is compared
and not eternity! All this but a speck
parched wound
burning I swam will 1 a thoughtless ligUtness. Carree mauu-nee addressed the
'_y }.. the current, which was pretty pid, till, a t was now called. Hit people had decided speaking first assemblage to ,the Commissioners in a few words:., to eternity.
/ j turn in the stream I saw a'large'raft, and his ; -
o ag duty required to t
'. drift wood. I struggled towards it, am J lDs&tlm dectson of their council. liet "Fathers,1 sick said be, "my fceart l as been CouLA NT.-The usual fortune of complaint
.,.. diving came up between twoof the Urges t i rose, but how different: was his bearing from, died a since long I hive-had a good a heart many that moons was have not+pity is to excite contempt more than