Key West enquirer
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 Material Information
Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 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: UF00049046:00080

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i M follows, Leon, *bur' Willis. Inspector1.Burr II. Duval." + I
THE UNITED S TES OF AMERICA Witness, the Kprable James Webb, teen Count Jackson, Steele
4o Augustus
Gadsden Two specter, TaMpa
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Escambia I'
saflBKrt said Dis ,
for the .
SOUTHERN JVDI u DISTRICT OF FLO- Judge of the JeffJbn. St Johns, Tao -\ t-
1836 Tuo
a .-Ss. trict, thi99thdaywnJepteinberA.D. Madison, District of ..ColUcbr J,
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and of the United Walton, Wlhingtoni, a
To the.Mar,1&al of Suptrior Court for the of the Independence Nassau Inspector .
trod'D'uirilGKEETIWG.WHEREAS States the sixty-first year. Hamilton, lumbia" ,Alachua, Duval, Floyd. W.rD.Priced ,0. j,
and.'Monroe, I *
in ALDEN A. M. JACKSON, Clerk. Mosqup, Hillsborough,
II. master :
One each. District West William 1
of.:Key 'Collector
g sloop Citizen, of 44 Therefore Know Yet to all whom it may "

tons and 9 men id Samuel! Sanderson, concern, that in pursuance of the above, monition I/Congress/ :JOSEPH MVD. TE. Collector A. Whitehead.AddmGordon.Inspector and Deputy. ;
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District inspectorte
master of the liccld wrecking sloop Thistle from under the seal of the
their Proctor Court of the United States of America for phen ,B. Mallory. < mp. Weigher and ,
of anl men,by .
45 tons .. ELECTIONS.The :
'William ,H. W all.
directed auger, ; Appraiser, ", '
have exbibited the Southern District of Florida, to mo ,
Wm R. stat2 and and delivered hereby.give .public eke/ions for members of Legislative Ch tle. M. Wells,, George,, E. Weiver. t '
their Libel, alleging propoun- '
notice to all persons in any manner interested Council tie place annually on the., second Inspectors, Charles Howe,, "Indian" Key., '

dinThat while ptijlng their usual occupation therein, that they be and appear before Monday i October j and Delegate, to Con- John Dubose,,. Cape Florida. I : }
BiJnially on tho first 'Monday in j Charlotte Harbor-.Inspector, Alex
of wreckinllong the Florida Reef, the Superior Court to beholden and for gress .,
they discovered on the morning of the the said District, at, the Court House in May, ander Patterson. ,_ ,"t'> # ;< Y

5th of Septembunstant, about 6 o'clockA. IeyVelt, ,on Saturday the 17th day of I ,r .i.
M. a vessel bore on a Reef near the September at 10 .0'clockiD the,forenoon of JUDICIARY. BANKS., 9At
eastern Sand bo!which on boarding they that day, then and there to interpose their Superi Courts,,haYing Admiralty_Ju Dank tetedi829-Capita atacblcola, char ; '

found to be the Iff Helen Augusta of New claims for the same,and to make their allegations I risdiction.EASVRN I ; $500,000.' ,; : ,} ;
York, Timothy ickney master, bound in support thereof.THOS4 DISTRICT compnsing' the President"Cashwr. .,.., .,': '; ,
Columbia -
EASTIN U.S.M Couotie Nassau, St. Johns, Duval, "
from New Yor 0 New Orleans, and la- -
den with an a -ted cargo-that at 0 o'.clock By JOS. A. THOUROND. M. ,Tacbua,Hillsborough and part of Dank. of Pensacola. Chartered, i83IrCapital .
: the two *ps hauled alongside ODeon United States Marshal's.Office, Mosquitf ,t I $t;500,000. "

each side ommenced taking cargo Key West, 9th September, 1836. Judge, BBERT,RATMOKJO REID. Attorney,: President Walter: Gregory.James Aiahier,. ;
-- TnoMA] 0110Ll.... Marshal, SAMUEL +
out of the threjiatchwajs shortly t.------ CaUin. ,HI0 ,
after they had menced, they were join fllHE PHILADELPHIA l\fIRaoR-1I pub BLAIR. i _, < r I r' .

ed by 6 men ran the schr boat Water JL lisped at the low price of$2. For this I Bank! of St. Augustine.' ,Chartered 1931, 0
Witch and 7 m from the wrecking schr small sum subscribers get.valuable and entertaining The Igular terms are held as follows.:- Capital 300000. .( F ',,((1 _,

Hester Ann ch together with their matter, each week enough fo.fill For StJ-Stna"*nd Mosquito ''Counties, ,: in at (Not yet.in operation.) ?, ,.: ." i
own rews,1na< 30 men, who were as many a common book of 200 pages, and equal to St. Aujustme on the second Mondays .. :
.as could be ployed to advantage at 52 volumes a year, and which is estimatedto Marcbind October. For Nassau County, Merchants Planters Bank of FIoridttf. a
one time-that y great exertions and taking be read, weekly, by least two hundred on thf second Mondays April,, and No Tallahassee; Chattered .' : .
out heavy tides the Brig was ligh thousand'people, scattered in all parts of vemb .. For Alachua,Columbia and Hills- 'Capital $100,000. '";> ,.

tened-23 inch by five o'clock P M., and the country,from Main to Florida, and from boroujU Counties, atNewnaasville, ,on the ,PresidtJo-\-Cuhier. ...... ,"*.*!u .
was got off and chored insideof the Reef the sea board to the lakes. The paper has Wednesdays after 'the forDuyalCoun .- ,- ..... ,
1 '' That on Tues 7 the 6th September inst.at been now so long established as to renderi r Apr/and No, inb i. ?'And Central ,Bank of Florida,. TalUhaise: i\ ,

7 o'clock,gcfnderweigh and proceededfor too well known to, require an extended ty a/Jacksonville,on the first1 Mondays ir arte Capital i $ljOOO,000.'u \1

Key West h the said Brig, where shearrived : prospectus,the publisher, therefore,'will do Ma/and. December. Chancery terms are President' ,Bens Chains. 'Casbi.r, LftJUA. .. {
about t o'clock. That the two: no more than refer to the two Jea&WC.dai11! h,lat St Augustine on the'second Mon- ". Thompson.. ,. ''

sloops and tbefaen assisted in discharging political pagers of 'opposite politics The dajf.in July and September, \

the cargo untifce 9th inst. That the laid Pennsylvanian says-**The SaturdayCour- ,-: Coun- Commercial Bauk'ofFlotIae'ApIIAcktoolA: ,
brig is an of vessel and had a very heavy ier is the largest and one'of the best family M, DUC: 'D1sramcT-Comprising Chartered 1832-Capital$600,00a.1 1'" I
cargo in her, W large part of it consist- newspapers the Union;" the other, the tl i ofLeondadadeHamiltonJeffenona :- President Maclayt Cashier Clark.:; I
ing of granit tone, and Iron. That the Inquirer and daily Courier; say, ">it is the i Madison. I, ) '
lay upon a hal rocky bottom with a large largest, journal published in Philadelphia, fudge, THOMAS nl.Z' ALL. Attorney, Union Bank of Florida,.Tallahassee;Char ,

rock amitjsbi which .acted as a pivot: and and one of the very best in the United 8ta- .. ...D. ;, WMTCOTT.. ...Manbal. .,' THOMAS. ,t. '* : .
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,,'\ ,cJ\ d her t' jQaeverel7jD.rho.m: r '. ''' ,.Ci ; ;; :!" .Ql ,. "" : ;:I; ;' .V' WThu0wvigvwarOr7To1 A' I
breaking "&[her beams and several braces Know of nothing more liberal on we pa 0 'r ,Parkbill. ,
and to 'imp at times heavily although the editors, and no means more effica, ..The realut.rms: ere held as rouoFor S r'" 1
draw out the dormant talents of Hamilton County j at.-, !- on the first Farmers '
ttiecea was ooth. That had the acton to oui con- Bank of Florida, Mariana Chat- ;
not come told' assistance of the Brig, the try, than their unexampled liberality 11'1 1 Mondays, June,: and December. For tend 1834--Capital $75,000., it.t '
crew unaid could not by throwing over ering literary prizes Madison County,, '!at gas Pedro, on the (Not in operation. : '.j "
the cargo, five got her off, but she must The Albany Mercury of March.16th J 836 Thursdays after the first Mondays in June '> !

have been /total loss, and the cargo also says, the Saturday Courier,.is'dec' edl1 and December. And for the remainder of Bank of Jacksonville, Chartered' ."1895, .. i

would han en much injured by the accessof the best Family Newspaper ever, punished the District,. at Tallahassee :on, the., first. Capital 75000. 'V*. ,
in this or other ana itsvalue Mondays in_4pril and October.. I.. .. fj' I
the ,
saltf ater. any (Not yet in operation.) ....: :. <4 i. '
Wherefds the said Libellants pray, that is duly appreciated by the public,if w may :-. 1 : nr, Y I

the; process)f this Court may issue, taking judge from its vast circulation, whyJ! exceeds WESTER, .DISTRICT Comprising the, HUBSON'S fir< J < '

into posse /on the said Brig Helen Augusjtipf 25,000 per week! Its contents are Counties of Escambia,Walton,.Washington. 'f'ut I
Ncw fork, together with her tackle, agreebly varied, and each number//mtains Franklin and Jackson. Foreign' ,,,Newspaper,and P!8"t4$1cG ,.9tru r r' \

apparel, .bats, furniture and cargo, and more really valuable"reading mat r" thanis Judge, JOHN 'A.. CAMERON.' Attorney,: .AND FORWARDING OFIICE' h,
that upon hearing of the cause such.sum published in any daily paper in thj Union. GEORGE WALKER. Marshal, J. W Extmr: Corner: of I9raff lamas)' Water. Strtfti,;;: M I ': I

be decree by way of salvage as their serflviceimay Its mammoth dimenions enable it enterprising General European Ag.ntj Dn*,.J!. ..SHELTOli i'

seems to have merited. I. proprietors, Messrs Wo ward & The regular terms are held, as follows- McKENZml ,of LIveipooL; : ; '0 ,
And jh reas,.the Honorable tho Judge: Clarke, of Philadelphia, to -.pupliabin For Escambia County,at Pensacola oh the The subscriber having returned fromEu-- t I
''t:f tho said Court for the said District, hath its columns. in the coo I of a fint Mondays May and November For rope,.is gratifi:4.i.t>*itt{ :*" .**fionouoc I
dered and directed on Saturday the 17th year, several of the most intere. lug'new Walton County, on ,the Ant Monday .in to the .merchants; edItor., of newspapers' I

ay of September inst., for all persons conerncd works that issue from the'British wess which March ,and third Monday in November.For .I and tie public generally,that :his arrange M!
cannot fail to give to it a permanent interest meats for the above.are now i 1
to be cited and intimated to ap- Washington County on the second: and render it worthy of pies -vation.To in that be isnow ready, to receive' orders to
car at the Court House at Key West in Monday March and fourth Monday in 1
meet the wishes, therefore, If such, of extent for all foreign Newspapers and'Feriodlcals
any ,
November. For '
Jackscn ,
id District, to shew cause, if any they their subscribers as desire to have their County,at ,.
whatever .
the'third which can be delivered
' ana, on Monday in March and the ,
1 1. ave, why judgment should not pass as numbers boundthey have deter ned on bluing lint Monday in'December..<,And for Franklin -: in this city, or. forwardedtoYi:.i part,

frayed: an'edition of the Courier' ft the quarto County on the fint Monday in April and I of the cbu ntry by mall,aheregJarprf.i ..
You are therefore hereby authorised,em- form which will render it mud more con Thursday after the third Monday in Decem: An' arrangement has also been effected with

jwered and strictly enjoined, peremptori venient for reading when it is bojnd in a volume ber. ''I tho.Trade Europe,so that ill miscellaneous

Jy to cite and admonish all persons whatsoever and thus greatly enhance Us value works can be procured at ihe.usual:dis i

having pretending haveany rght, Under THE the title QUARTO of the Philade EDIT N.Mirror SOUTHERN' ,DISTRICT ..compl inc ,the. count. A catalogue of upwards of eleven :
hnndred British
title, claim or interest in to the said publications has been received
or of
will County Monroe and of .
with part Mosquito.
commence. public iOD of the
andjoay be seen at the office.
rig Helen Augusta her cargo, tackle,ap- PrizcTale, to which was awanfcd the prize Judge,JAMES WEBB. Attorney,WILLIAM: Dr. ....Shelton' McKenzie, bf Liverpool( ..
parel boats or furniture aforesaid,by serving of$100, written.by Miss Leslf editor .
MARYIH. Marshal, ,CHARLES M..WILLS, has :been appointed O.lieral'Cent for Europe _
this monition on Timothy Stickncy Esq., the splendid Annual the Toke and authorof The
regular terms are held at Key Weston I the prinSiphl office being in Liver;
I master of said Brig, and by affixing'the Pencil Sketches and other luable contributions
the first Mondays,in May and November, pool with branches in Londoa Paris,Hav.
same on the mainmast of the said Brig,and to American Litera ref A large ,- re, Hamburg, aid all the priac W Uie y-. '
by leaving there affixed a true copy hereof number of songs, poems, We &c. offeredin COUNTY COURTS All necessary InformaUon mil be given: %" I
competition: for the
and by alt other lawful means $500 will .to the office,(or by'letter. .
and methods whereby this monition ways, add value and interest. to tb ,succeeding The County Courts, having limited civic application Hudson'sfrorefgp igen pest. .
maybe )
made most public and notorious, to be and story numbers from,which Miss Bedgewick will also be, jutbor Tidied of.Hope by a j jurisdiction and original jurisdiction 10.all cy, New York,) where all ordeR:W111; be r I

appear at the time and place aforesaid,before Leslie, The Liawoods,&c, Whose talents matters relating to Estates, Guardians, executed'with. the'utmoa w irity:aid /

the Judge aforesaid, and also to attend have been so justly and extensively 'appreciated Wards, '&c. are held by the Judges in the despatch.N. ilOBT. K. HUDSON., ;...- I
DEdltol't.na ef News-'
upon every session and sessions to be held both at home and abtod. several counties semi-annually. pipers, Prices'C rreDt.hflodJc pnbl nere a1.&c.atc. !J
there and from thence until a definite i ThiaapprovedFAMILY WSPA PER -
sen. throughout .thnf'Un are particularly reqonsted
is ,
tence shall be read and promulged in the strictly neutral rtligiofc and political APPELLATE COURT. j
:matters, and the forwapT by mail,in a secure en I
said business inclusively, if them or'any of of quackery of every uncomp kind lung opponent The Court of Appeals 'consisting of the I ohe cojy of theirpubIIcsdonwith '" ,. .,
them shall think it their duty 80'to do, to Judge* of the several Superior Courts is fa dupllcateabynsuceeedlagmailtbat'je l i

hear,abide by, and perform, nIl and singular FLORIDA DIR CTORY. held annually at Tallahassee on. the lint t may as e rb as possible complete oar'catalorueji '.,
Monday in January. .. >rl 0 European officeSt -' .
such .
judicial acts as arc necessary and Compiled for the Key Vest Inquirer. .
Realtors the
throughout' by law required to be done and expeditedin Any error will be ed < I
corre and addition OFFICERS OF THE confer favor by noticing the above ,
the premises; and further to do and receive made on the Editor's bein notified :of tmcbEXECUTIVE. CUSTOMS; ; Hudson's Merchant! iris ftoota, New .

4 what unto law and justice shall!appertain error or omission. District St., Auruttlue.- O lecor,Jobs York,Feb. .3, 898,' 1
under the pain of the law and con. !lads v \

tempt thereof the absence or contumacy of District ,of "Peosacola-Collector ... J .mol: > a '

them and every of them in anywise not Governor, ; RICIIARO GZOAOE: Ki K.WALKER CALL. Seeretaq Mitchell* Inspector' R. A. Mitchell, Robert flurveyor DRAPR AND T/iOfi. XfWK ; {.- -.lIA&. .

withstanding. And whatsoever you shall)) /, W m. M. Loftin. FUJlWA; ,, :
do in the premises shall Next door 110111or\ Frier .' h..J
you duly certify LEGISLA RE. ( .. Towlq Esg. ', j
unto the Judge aforesaid,at the time and The Legislative C.ubcil is r Disttict of St. Johnoliector, James I 1Tefrell 1 rt In.1lf DIO\ t. a'. ,' .i: >0'I .
place aforesaid,together with these presents. composed of Dell. Inspector ter. Clirrf on thobfucbes. above bu t 'aU ita ; '.: f t ,
twenty-six members,divided nine .,. t'. .
among District of Sharks-Collator. J... It l ;: r .. .
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_ I -' From M u i. >the* rePtJiro'tivi' :>giCabin.* l* ; '; .logs.. They lay soclose.tdgetherV ,that: that when'a day or two before, ho stood too heavy to carry. But since j now sec 'I

could barely get 'my eyes, nose and chin there giving vent to his soul, and falsely that our Great Father {meaning the Presi
THE'lIUNTEfe'S PERILCoheiuskit out of water; and as the l logs touched a few belived his tribe would unflinchingly support dent) has sent three of his wisest chiefs to

,( ; ): inches above my lace, I. tyas nearly him. The dream was over!' the delusion give us good talks, clothing for our people,
1 opening, and<,iMfcd.in ;his>ifle,> moving it table, his jbrrn and*face enveloped closelyby hunt ;game and bring in ,heaps of furs.I .-
about, then J1e'thru.t.iq his head, and just tigue his blanket, with, maiden, timidity be begin to feel as anew.man. I see the

as he was fart yrM I fired,.and>blew the top they were near. ;were descending the stream. stretched, forth' his)hand'.and tremblingly dark clouds that made us keep in our wig
of his head. all '.oft.He fen forward, his One of them came on the raft; he stood touched the pen. The touch was like an wams blowing away and the sun shining
1 body blocking uf the hold.' In in instant I for a moment on the l log l that"': concealed, electric shock; he started-the blanket fell again. Our Great Father is too"good-he
Berang', hip1Clod wrested thorifle; from rod; his weight pressing roy head .underwater from his head-a choking voice came from wants to make as happy, to teach us to be
{ his dying grasp' pointed it from one of the Had he remained many minutes I bis throat-'twas over; he gathered is man like his white children and have plenty to
loop hoksf fired,,'and another Indian'was must have perished.. Ho 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'oneyell however, and then like an old oltar,!poked to his phce.as if it was the first time he had land. What is the land to us? Our fathers -
of despair and tbok'to'the tree,;. There my nose out of the water to blow. For known dishonor., As be seated himself,he sleep in it, but our white brethren won't
was'now' fo'f a while;;a cessation orw rf'are. 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
Tlie Indians'each hid behind'a neighbouring raft; and they began to grow more arid more in the finger.that had dared so to'disgracehim they wanted toourGreatFatherwouldnot

, ; tree;wcFe,concealed,from me, Vinci did,not faint, ,finally died away. I waited sometime as by its touch to yield the burial allow it. We have plenty of land left, and
seem>nuchdisposed toleave their covert.In lost some straggler,might Wlett< be, ground ot his ancestors.. A flash,came over I, who am a great warrior, willingly sign
:the meantime, I was ,busy: rifling'. the hind." At last ,hearing ,nothing* of them, tJini--J he eprangtp the ground,dashed aside this paper."
dead chief, Tho gun 'IJ had-taken$ 'and .and being nearly exhausted., 1 left my hiding the blanket and made one stride to the He was, indeed, warrior of note. No
which had already- done i irno, much' good place: and" swam into the open table. "1 take back that mark," he yelledin medicine bag in his nation held as many

service, I found.on'looking nt 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,
son's; the savage', had;a\welI1 filled ',bullet hungry and lame, still I dared not rest, who heard it-ho paused "But noit! is war-parties, but' 'al.ne; and the scalps of

pouchand'at troth! of' jijbwcler/ihe! ammunition there was no hope of safety but in instant dpne-my people have 'said ill"! With 'many a man, woman, or child of some other
was at)this time,or.ramense. importance flight. By hard tugging 1 detached a log meekness he recovered himself ahd stole tribe, whom their people thought had
now tome, ,jis I had not above a dozen from the raft,and drew it into tho middleof c'k.to his seat" Every,eye was suddenlyturned perished by cold water, or beasts of prey,
charges left, and; there was .no 'telling how the, stream, then laying! myself at full to the next person called,and as they I hung in his wigwam. Without noise, with-
1 long this;jfight.might last. J also got a bag length 'upon it,.! began. to,float'down the sought again for the last signer they found out the warning yell, he hadl, taken more
of parched corn, and small, pity it was so stream. his place vacant. He had left a scene so than a hundred lives, and so stealthily that

small,,flask i of .whiskey. Having secured, fraught with agony to his soul. I the bereaved relatives could never trace their
,these 'valuable spoils,.I resumed! my. quiet From the ,AmMonthly for May. The Fox chief; whose bold and warlike loss to any particular tribe,let alone the in-

watch of the savages"'. AN INDIAN TREATY SCENE; speech has been recorded, was now called dividual.As .

, The. ,snn was near setting when I saw From the Journal of an Offic r. His name was the cloud that leaves a he signed the paperand took his seat
them-at a signal fly each from his tree;;and Concluded. mark on the heavens wherever it has b en" he muttered in the ear of"the cloud that
/If: tike refuge'behind small rise of ground, ( )' As he heard his name called, he was on his leaves its mark in the heavens wherever it
. bout twenty/or; thirty'yards from the tree. One of the Foxes inen rose, and' in a feet. No depression gained the mastery of hss been," I gave them lie for lie, did I
:I' ,Here;they wers3 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
t was worse they, ,could creep round and language, sentiments of the same cast, shot from his eye on a previous day wasthere companion's sight the, handle of his knife, j
14 : tpproachoQ either :side without my,knowledge and, ended by a flourish of high, haughty still; 'the'sarcastic curve of his lips he made a chuckling laugh as he added,
I/j \ where to look r them. This thought independence, that, say what, they WIlt, still smiled upon them; the heavy tread of "May we moisten some day every spot of
f" I will never, do,'I will see.if I can ,break up only the unrestricted,rover of the forest, can his loot wan unaltered; indeed, he looked the soil we have sold them with their milky
i j I is: the council;>> they are holding;,or at least hettpi toast. "We are.weak,to be sure,said he, brighter :and more ,cheerful,..if any thing; blood." The other responded, whilst' lie
idea'of'what they. about. .1 began-to 'but the,dying. wolf can snarl if he cannot than before. His disappointment,in quench exhibited the small war-club concealed be-
j M climb the sides of the tree. ,As the tot:had bite;:come then'and take our.lands --we've ing, had-added fresh fuel to the flame; :and neath his blanket, May the day come when

) i; <,eaten it irregularly had left'a good many got( but' one 'life; aDd when that has gone, as he.tripped; self-possessed,:to the table, this will be cut up with notches"*
knots and knobs, BO that, notwithstanding here will be no one'to 'prevent you from with his blanket trailing behind him, he
I my lame leg, 1 made out finally to reach going where you like. I am only 1 one of looked more like a god than a mortal. The MMMfMM.Bom Indiana are in the KaBit of keeping -
? the lower hole. Cautiously I Inked 'my my' people. 1'speak: only for myself, and< tip of the forefinger of his right hand was a memorandum of the lives they have
and, to 'rind that '1 though your soldiers, who hires themselves blackened it in for taken
; head out wn rejoiced ; he had put mourning by cutting a notch for each on some
L ':could command a"full,view of my"enemies.; to our Great Father. to, beshot, and shoot the of ice.it was to perform. He turned bis weapon.

,, There they lay,.tbo: whole. five,; their 'hands: wlibver he tells them to.Jurround us,let me back'to the pen, and thrusting, his handbehind -
together, talking and, pointing, evidently tell-I hate the white'man'and'hope: to seethe him, touched it, whilst l ho cried: 'ETERNITY. '

I Latching some plan.for: my destruction. day when we will'once more smokeour "My band, not my heart, sighs it. Our The following view of eternity is from
Having satisfied myself that from the top pipes where now stand their big villages, chiefs !have got milk, instead of blood, in the eloquent Saurin, In an attempt to de- i
of my fort could hit one of the Indians whilst'their wigwams are burning aroundus their veins-by and by, perhaps, they will scribe the process of his mind,in endeavor. 1
J decended again, and fastened one end of ;" he showed' his snow-white teeth whilst: get well; ,much they'll mind the ,White ing to form an idea of its duration.
oiy belt to my side, aiid,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 whatever
I" ready,loaded to the other, I ascended again. iiis brawiiy- hand thrice on the ground and They'll! scratch out those marks with the' I conceive most long and durable.) I heap !,
'Just as caught sight! ) of the savages two,ol ctied, ''once more will all' this be ours knife, blot out the figures on it with'blood, imagination on imagination, conjecture on
them made off,. rolling and creeping along Then if Great' Spirit lets any more' white: and,* gritting his teeth as if he already saw I conjecture. First, I consider those long
I unt\,he."p.! .QU' of range"I, of roy rifle, ,they men come in their big canoes to ask us for his forebodings fulfilled, .'tear the paper in I lives, which all wish, and few'obtain. I
then ,took r.to the woods and,!,saw_ no wore our' land 'the scalping' knife shall be the, pieces with their} tomahawks.7' As he took observe these old men, who live for four or
of them Here another hint for me td begin answer. We'll fill the cracks of our wig
his seat,he whispered to ,a cunning chief five generations, and who alone make the
haste as the'nnnin wire'sending for rein* warns 'with'their. hair, and the wind shall 1, '
who beside him whose denoted
sat name of J do I
history an age : no more : turn to
,.foree* iente., Slowly and carefully I.pushe not make us ,cold, You'talk of people ovei, his character, 'The Snake that bites in theGrass. ancient chronicles, I go back to patriarchalages
rifles and i in the the water! Go tell 'such stories to oui
ont my resting one crotch ,
:-"Tho day will come, the Great ; and consider life.as extending
of a tree,:1:took deliberate aim at the nearest children who' can't understand, or to oui tbro'I I
f Spirit visited last when thousand
me night, our people la years, and I say to ,
who can't hear. This hand,
Indian. lie lay flat on the ground and rny old women the Sacs and Foxes at least, will make this is not eternity-all this is but a point
ba.l hit -the ins head. His. has taken 'a life, and is, stronenough
'tk 'very center many g: their marks on the skins of the white men."!compared with eternity. Having
companions sprang on.their re and gazed to take many more. The Greai: "Be quiet said the Snake one of ted represen.tl
now, I to myself real objects,I form ideas of T
all rround,''eytdent ,' at a'loss to:fell from. Spirit'in'a dream has told me I should be I these we'll the Great ,
days present Spirit imaginary onesI from our to the
whence the blow came: ,As they stood J I buried under a mound of scalps!" As these I with a pack made of the skins of the pale :time of publishing the go gospel from age thence

could, take' perfeet ,aim,'and in:a'momentanother t. words were' repeated the different tribes,, faces.: The Stake who bites in the Grass to the publication of the law;;from the law
fell/wlth a,ballthmughb1 body,, he seated himself, and regarded with stern I
was then called. He was dressed in only to the flood; from the,flood to the creation;
! Tho'sccond shot roused the remaing Indianto silence the Commission, who were somewhat '
I the customary costume breech-cloth and I join this epoch to the present time, and ,
the necessUy of putting aheJtef ,between, confused by this powerful out-breakin g:
blanket. :Around his neck was the skin imagine Adam still living. Had Adam
him: and: .mo: 'J sprang behind a itteo... of the warrior chief. of a rattlesnake, half swallowed up by the lived until this time in fire or on a rack,
Therhs3 retrained long |time, till,finding! Seeing that little was to be effected i io I full length skin,of a moccasin snake. The what idea must be formed of his condition?
that be as not likely/o andknowii this excited state of mind, the council ad. I
:" move, ; ;g rattle-snake warns those who approach it what prico would we to
agree expose
that their ,enforcements could! till next day and in the '
not 'be far journed interim, of its being there, the mockasiu bites with ourselves to misery so great What imperial
'distant,I determined ,to'be off. I went to by the distribution of presents, such as!lout such friendly caution. This would it
' glorious were
work with my tomahawk'', cuttings hole in blankets,calico, guns: ,powder, beads, pork,I of skins showed the reptile stealthily arrangement to be followed appear by such wo? Yet this is
the tree opposite1) to' ho \a &c. prepared those whose minds were not t,
where1 Uy and ,
.. conquering its more generous He not eternity all this is nothing comparedwith
enemy. ,
half an hourVtlme I..could through' made of the 'sternet,stuff, to listen with.
was a man, with wrinkled face decayed I
spare a eternity. I farther still. proceed
I then had:1 took if ,to a solicitation to
: $fri.tl and my patience, not yield I teeth, and insignificant appearance from imagination to imagination--from. one
own in hand an { softly barter their lands. The effect was I
crept out. Taking away He have
might weathered some forty years. supposition to another. I lake the greatest
advantage of the ground I was soon out of! apparent at the next meeting. One by on t3 i There
was nothing 1
in his number of
peculiar that be
the' appear years can imagined.
of '
sight bdlan then the chie& consented but these who had I
; | sprang: to rny his
ance, not even eye, except you caught form all these into one fixed nnmber, ands
feet and sped. I walked morel than an hour spoken the day before maintained a gloom) it fixed '
on you. this was the case After this I
y my imagination. suppose
undisturbed, :and; begw.stoindqbea-tepe silence and as they sat on the earth,listlessly however how different
+ opinion of his God to world like this inhabit
yoar create a we ;
that I should' each
( t erode 'withontdanger. making marks in the sand or plucking:
t + whole exterior. You
thought him remarkable I him creating it one
..4 b acl gained c toe. ,to\\otb fast the blades of grass.rotli their roots, the]Y, in and face suppose by
figure : and
wondered at atom at time and in the
a employing pro'duction
' hit! and the
; thq.crotjkia7 III valley below;; seemed obi to be aware of what was going: the entire Alteration. It
was the indescri of each atom the time fixed in my
I paused for a moment, and looking back,I ODe A stranger would have thought the I bable something in the that met calculation mentioned. What
I saw four &tout Indians! on the opposite I took no concern in the, transaction, but t l which this) gate yours just now
hill 1,notnorm than a mile behind me. The;, under this'unruffled surfacei boiled the cool. produced effect. He teemed to numberless ages would such an arrange
rt' must havoseerrino at the search into your soul, and ) ined meat\ require? Finally, I suppose him to '
same moment, ten rage mortified but not crushed spirits,. .
felt the
of fastening ob-
you fangs a reptile dissolve and annihilate the whole and
on; ,
foe their loud scar,whoop rang Jhrougu the;, The; treaty was settled on that and th I vitals. But
your seldom fixed his Serve the same method in this desolation
wood. I didnot'wait for another look a1 t t two gate
following days, and a day or two aflc r
long; cje danced:! about in his bead as he observed in the creation and disposition i-
them but the
made for
I ,
creek be
gained ; was assigned for the signing of it. The! with restlessness
that showed "though he of the whole. What immense du
bank and an
plunged into' the O h chiefs and
stream. mark
I principal men made their
s I could others Jish'them
study he did is
not to ration would be consumed! Yet this
how pleasant was that cool water to nv, by just touching the and did it will)
; pen, I him. As be ,
parched ami burning wound, I -swain wit]I a thoughtless lightness.. Carree mauu-nee:I addressed study the reached in the board, be not eternity! All"this is but a speck compared

the current, which was pretty rapid, till, al t t was now called.: Ills people had decidagainstnm ed I speaking first assemblage to ,the Commissioners a few words., to eternity.
., j turn in the stream I saw a/large. raft 01 and his = -
duty! required him tc "Fathers '
drift wood. I struggled towards it, stnliving d I,abide by the decfeon of their council. H:. sick a long, time said he, "rny heart has been Conn r ei n'.-The usual fortune of com-
; came between of the but how + -a good many moons have plaint, is to excite contempt more than
up two largest: : t I II rose, different was his bcarin< fro m I died since I have had a heart that was not+pity,


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BY J. ATUINSq: KEY WEST, FLORIDA, SEPTEftf,m 1'1, 1836. 'V04. 2. .1'.'. ;

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THE UNITED SITES" OF AMERICA.. Witness, the Hprable| James Webb, teen Count as (oUc),, Leon, Four; Willis.. inspector'Burr'Ii' Dutal." 1114';;; 'I! I

SOUTHERN JVDIO. DISTRICT OF FLO- Judge of the sai Bhrt for the 'said District Escambia Gsdaden, T\oo. ; Jackson; spector, Augustus'Steele. ',-.TwflpaBay: .t, i l'
St.. Johns, 7\001; ; 7 > V
Hi.-Ss. this 9th dafVnieptember A.D.1836, Two; Jeff on. Two I
To. theJtfarthalofi Superior Court forth e! and of the Independence of the United Walton, Wpington, Franklin, Madison, District of Apalachicola-.ColliO1Ot'0. S, ;'
rend DutrilGllEETUfG.WHEREAS States year. Hamilton, Alumbia,Alachua, Duval Nassau Floyd ; : rDistrict
ALDER Hillsborough ,and,-Moaroe, *" ;
,fin II. Geiger, master A. M. JACKSON, Clerk.Therefore Mosqup, VM ,
sloop Citizen, of 44 Know Ye, to all whom it may: One each.Delegate. of.;Key West-Collector;William .r '

and 9 Samuel Sanderson,, concern, that in pursuance of the above' monition : M. 'WHITE.I A. Whitehead. Inspector and ,Depute>> ;, ;
mister of the mid: wrecking sloop This Gem under the seal of the District CODgreJolull Collector* Adtin Gordon." .. : r

tie, of 45 ,by their Proctortons Court of the United States of America for ELECTIONS. E'len ,R. Mallory.. ,T. mp. Weigher, and "
Wm R. Hackle quire, have exbibitedtheir I the Southern District Florida, to me directed William ,H.i Wall. Appraiser, ,:\
Libel, stat""" alleging and propounding .. and delivered;1 hereby, public The elelions for members of Legislative CAarles '1\:1.: 'Wells, George., E. Weaver ;1;
notice to all persons in any manner interes Council tie place annually on the;,second Inspectors; Charles Howe,; Indian Ke f.i j
That while pu ing their usual occupy-, ted therein, that they be and appear before Monday i ctober ; and Delegate. to CODr John Dubose, Cape Florida +t
tion of wrockin long the Florida Reef, the Superior Court to beholden* in and to 1 gress Bitjnially on the,first Monday in i Charlotte, Harbor-;Inspector;" Alex:*
they discovered on the morning of the: the said District, at, the Court. House in May. I FattersoD., '.'*,;* < .. '
5th of Septemb 'nstant, about 6 o'clockA.M. Key West, :on Saturday the 17th day of: I II ,- 'i. ".'.,.::" ''>
a vessel! (ore on a Reef near the, September at 10 o'clock the forenoon of JUDICIARY. BANKS.: '!vivre Itnc1er
eastern Sand bo which on boarding the that then and there to interpose their l Superil Courts.haying Admiralty Ju Bank! Welt FloridaApalachicola! char

found to be the Ig Helen Augusta of Ne yclaims for the same,and to make' their- allegations '. rudiction.- ,tetedI849-apital: $500,000..'. :,
York, Timothy ickney master, bound in support thereof. Eis aN DISTRICT comprising the Preeidtnt--CaehLerr .. :
from New Yor o New Orleans, and la THOS EASTIN, U.S.bisBJ Couotiesa Nassau, St. Johns,* Duval, Ccflumbia -t .

den with an a ted cargo-that at 0 o'- JOS. A. THOURON, D. M. lacbua,HiUsborougb and part of' Bank of Fensacola, Chartered,,f831=CaP "
.clock: the two ion ps hauled alongside one United States Marshal's Office, Mosquito t. its! ;

each tide an!jmmenced taking cargo Key. ...West. 9th September,, 1836.fllHE .. 'Judge, EIDERT.RATMOND REID. Attorney, President. $2500,000.; Gregory ''f let.,
---- -- Marshal SAMUELBLAIR.
of !< THOMAS] ,
out the lhreiatchwavs-that shortly OUGL'uI. -, James CaUin. .1\llo" I ,
after they bad menced, they were join PHILADELPHIA MIRROR Is, pub ....' i() a ,/
ed by 6 men m the schr boat Water' _JL lisbed at the low price of$2. For this Dank, of St Augustine.-_ Chartered,1831, !
Witch and 7 nu from the wrecking schr small sum subscribers get,valuable and entertaining ,The ogular terms are held as follows>:- Capital $300,000. ,. "

? Hester Ann -fch together with theirowricrews matter each week enough& to. 'All 1 I For St./ Bna and' ,Mosquito Counties, at (Not 7tti iop.eratioD.1: ,,n. r*:##:. .. a '
hal (v.
macSO men, who were as ma a common book of 200 pages, and equal to I St. Aivatine on the second Mondays v :
"f1 '
ny' as could be ployed to advantage atone 52 volumes year, and which is estimatedto l Marchlnd October. For Nassau County, Merchants, and Planters Bank'or'' 1'loridtt,. I
time-that y great exertions and taking be read, weekly, by at least two hundred I on thV second Mondays.in.April and Joof ,- Tallahassee, Chartered If 32." 4 '*' .
out heavy ticles the Brig was lightened thousand people, scattered all' parts r vomb/.. For Alachua,Columbia and Hills- .Capital 100000. -:, tPmideaVi I
.23 inch five P M. and borou/U Counties, at Newnansville,',on theI j'
by o'clock the country,from Main to Florida and from I -Caahier, --; 18.'Si ,
was got off and chored inside of the Reef the sea board to the lakes. Thepaper has I Wedjmdays after 'the'third Mondays in ..
'' That.on Tues i the 6th September. been now so long established as to render Apr/and November. :And for Duval County Central ,Bank of -Florida,. 'alllbti..e.- ,.

at 7 o'clock,go nderweigh and proceededh it too well known to, require an-' extended I a/Jacksonville,on the first1 Mondays irMaf Chartered,1832-Capital .ooo ,!' '

Key West h the said Brig where she prospectus,the publisher,therefore,will do. and, December. Chancery terms are President" Ben ,Chaires. .{ ( I" ., '' ,
arrived about! o'clock. That the two no more than refer to the two leading daily heu at St. Augustine on the second Monday A. .
sloops and the ten assisted in discharging: political papers of opposite politics '. The I in July and September;. Thompson.. .' 7 s i
the cargo i untine 9th inst. That the said' Pennsylvanian .
sayaT e Saturday Cow Commercial Bank Florid ApilacnicolA ,
brig is an Old cssel and had a very heavy ier is the laigest, and one oCthe'belt fami. 1\1 cnLaDuTatcrComprising .the Coun- .Chartered -Capitalb00W0a' V"' ) .. '
cargo in her, 1 large of it consist the til ofLeonGadsden. 'HamiltonJeBenoa n >
part ly Union
newspapers the ,
( ) I : President. Mi Clark.
log of granit is tone, and Iron. That she Inquirer and daily Courier, say, "tit is the I Madison -: ', :; 't 1" ,,1'i i'I( i

lay upon aha]rocky bottom with a large largest, journal published in Philadelphia, fudge,, THOMAS &lfD Ior:. Attorney, Union: Bank of ,Tallahassee; Char'<' ';
rock amidsbf which acted. a pivot and and one of the very best Jo the United Sta- D,, WCSTCOTT.. Marshal. 'THOMASThe i .
? t.r'w4I63y--Q.plint $3,000,000 ., ., 'y
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cadsedher VXfc
.i- < tfvtrain.severelyjn jddl* t9 'w ;;-':" r..PJ._ ;V---; :;v ."oaavl>o--"t. 'Chi ttffrjr7DB& "
breakiug1Wiflierbeams and several braces know of nothing more liberal on the poi of 1 Parkbtif.1: C' .
and to 'imp at times heavily althoughthe the editors, and no' means more effica regular:terms are held as follows.. ". \.
.ea.was ooth. That had the actors to draw out the dormant ofoui c in" For Hamilton County, st-- on :the first Farmers Bank of Florida 'MariRna "1
not come to e assistance of the Brig, the try, than their unexampled liberality i .11'1 Mondays in June,i and December,, For tend Chat ;
crew unaid< could not by throwing over ering literary prizes Madison County:,, ,at .San Pedro, on the (Not 1834-Capit in $75,000., :--I .,
the cargo, ve got her off, but she must The Albany Mercury of March 16thJ830 Thursdays after the first Mondays June .. '' -' 'operation.i ;: ,'> :
IssjjsE- I
have been |total loss, and the cargo also says, the Saturday Courier'is dec' edl, and December.; And for the ,remainder of Bank of Jacksonville- Chartertd"< '11195 Z "'
would have I sen much injured by the access the best Family Newspaper ever punished I the' District, at Tallahassee :oh the first a''
of the salt J JWherefcf ater. in this or any o&h& country, and itsvalue Mondays in_April and October.WtaJtarDutarcttiConpr, : ; (Not Capital in 75000. :: ,* .
the said Libellants pray, that is duly appreciated by the public,if vp may r" yet operation., v 1'1! ;< I

the proces,k this Court may issue, taking.on judge from its vast circulation, wb' !1 exceeds # in, the HUDSON'S :, + : : "
into posse. the said Brig Helen AugusUpf 25,000 per week! Its content are Counties Etcambia,Wai ton;WashingtonFranklin [ <
; New'ork, together with her tackle, agreebly varied, and each number rmtainsmore I and Jackson. : Fbrtifti! ;Jfaetpaptr: and ferbdica i mcy !

apparel, ,bats, furniture and cargo, and really valuable"reading mat r' than Judge, JOHN' Ai: CAMCROIT. :Attorney, ire )'rORWARDINO 1''ICZt, ,v fCorner .
that upon hearing of the cause such'sum is published any daily paper inth! Union. GCOROB WALKER. Manual, J. W.EXVM. of Wall and' Water Strttti,' N,'T. I I
be decree by way of salvage as their ,er- Its mammoth dimensons enable it enterprising General European Agent pJ\R'I 1
flvicelmay seem to have merited. proprietors Messrs ward SIIEL*
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The held, ; TOn MclCENZIE Sf .
/And! reasJho! Honorable the Judge I Clarke, of Philadelphia, topupliab regular terms are Q >follows ; LIveipool. > .1 I
For Escambia County,at PensacoU.oh the subscriber having< H the said Court for the said District, bath in----its---columns---. ... in the.. ,cone. ofyear.ay.ra& a.e.t. Mondayain, Maw and Nnw.. .....","_....._ ,.........r rope,is cr t14 &ir..l>.S":*bl..to*I.acnouuce !
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dered,- ......and. directed. on. -Saturday.. the lath I works that issue 01 from me most British ante.re lag new Walton County,' on the first Monday in to -the ,merchants;, editor of newspapers, I I
HV 01 Dcpiemocr UISL, lor ail persons con- the II which March ,and third Monday in November. and the public generally, that 'his arrange \

rued to be cited and intimated to ap-hest cannot, and fail render to give to it a of permanent vation.I inter. For Washington County on the -second meats for the.above are now. complete, and .i G:} : J JI I

ar at the, Court House at Key West i I 1 To meet the wishes worthy, therefore Ares if. 'such -of Monday in March and fourth Monday,in I that 6c.Is. .-now ready: to ,receive: orders. to
aid District to shew cause, if any they I their subscribers as desire to, their, November.' ForJackscigCounty'! at Mariana any extent for all foreign, Newspapers.and'
t'' ave, why judgment should not pass as I number boundthey have deteroined pave issuing on the third Monday in March end the i Periodicals whatever, which cin: 'be deliv
rayed: an edition of the Courier the fint Monday December. .And for Frank ered in this city, or forwarded to',ian, part
You are therefore hereby authorised,em- form which'will render it'mud more quarto con !lin County on the first Monday in April and of the ecu ntry by mail,it the regular prices. I
venient for Thursday after the third Monday in Dace i AD arrangement hit also been'effected with
wered and when
it is
reading band volume
strictly enjoined, peremptori in a the.Trade
in Europe,so that'ol! miscellaneous
ly to cite and admonish all wharerhavingorpretendingtobaveanp and thus greatly enhance ttts value' I
persons works be
THE QUARTO EDIT N. can procured at,. .ususl discount !
right, Under the title of the Philadethia Mirror SOUTHERN DISTRICT -Comprising' .the- A catalogue of upwards or stoners \
title, claim or interest, in or to the said hnndrtd Oritish publications has been'received
will commence with the public ion of the :County of Monroe and part of Mosquito.
Brig Helen Augusta her ,tackle ,anoLmay be teen at the office.
cargo, ,apparel PrizcTale which was the Judge JAMES ,
awarded prize << Wisn..Attorney WILLIAM
boats or furniture aforesaid,by serving of$100wtittenby MISS LeslK Dr. R. Shelton' McKenzkf, of Liverpool( .- '
I ; editor.of MARVIK. Marshal, CHARLES M.WELLS.. has !been l
this appointed General
monition the Agent for Eu
on Timothy Btickncy Esq., splendid Annual the Toke and author
[master of said Brig, and by affixing the', of Pencil Sketches and other Tillable' con The regular! terms are held at Key Weston rope ; the prinSiphl office> being Liverpool r'

same on the mainmast of the said Brig,and tri utioDS to American Liters reo A large the first Mondays.in.May an4NO? mbe, t. with branches in London. Paris,Havre .,
number of .-, Hamburg, smd all die priaciptl citict
by leaving there affixed a' true hereof tongs, poems, tale &c. offered ,
copy All I
in necessary information trill be
and competition for tho.$500ttemiums will COUNTY COURTS given on
all other
by lawful ,
ways, means, add value and interest to The County Courts app1icw to the office,(or by letter, prtt .
and methods Ufa succeeding ha1'lnc'alimltec1 eI
whereby this monition maybe numbers which>will also r paid, addressed,to Htidaou'rVoro Jeea
be Ached .
made most public and notorious, to be and story from Min Sedge wick, of by a il jurisdiction and origins!jurisdiction In-aU cy, New' York,) where all orders vW be +' '#
fitbor Hope I
appear at the time and place aforesaid,before Leslie, The Linwooda, &c, Whose talents matters ;relating to Estates., Guardians, ;executed with the utmost reffxJ
the Judge aforesaid, and also,to attend have been to justly and extensively 'appre Wards &c. are held by>> the Judges in the despatch, RODT. E. IfuOSON. ,'_.
upon every session and sessions to be held ciated,both at home and ab ad. several counties semi-annually. N. D.-Edlto..ana publ &r* :ef Newtpapers. .. ,

there and from thence until a definite sentence This approved FAMILY NEWSPAPER Pricet Cur *Dt.rijiod;, 1calt.tow&c. (
shall be read and promulged in tbo is strictly neutral religiofc'sad political APPELLATE COURT. throughout ..th.un.tare. :partJculsrly reqqnsted .
matters and the to rortvap1by mail,in a secure en* I
uncomp ising '
said business inclusively, if them or any of of quackery of every kind opponent The Court of Appeals consisting of the Y 'l ohe cop, of their(with t
them shall think it their duty so-to do, to w Judge of the several Superior Courts 'Qj a duplicate'bf A tuceeediog mail I) Ua!two I

hear,abide by, and perform, all and singe FLORIDA DIR CTORY. held'annually, at Tallahassee on the tin t may as etri is possible complete our cata. .
lar such judicial acts as are necessary and Compiled for the Key 4 eat Inquirer. Monday in January .. laruebrtoV_ European offices, r

by law required to ,be done and expeditedin Any will _,.jaJitort throughout the -L1'ZaWitry- .Octld t
error be corrected, and addition OFFICERS I confer favor aoticinx the _... I
the premises; and further to do and re made on the Editor's beinfc notified OF THE CUSTOMS; ;" by '
4 ceive what untQliw and justice shall apper error or omission. District St. A1s Unev-- otldrrJo :; or1c Feb C3,183&t.fobua.If.e... ..* Boon, New I

tain, under, the pain of the law: and con rwti. v __
tempt thereof the absence or contumacy of EXECUT fE.CALL.. 3... 3' .I:
them Governor, RICHARD District of Pen l oIa- Uector. ;"
and Bob.
every of'them in anywise not Secre- lJ1UPe AN1J.
GEOROC Mitchell.. Inspector, R. A. Mat b 'l'IUJR,1ftCLAIIASel -
withstanding. And whatsoever Ury; WALSXRLEGISLAfURE '' f.-Sur- .
do you shall i .... ':: YOlor, Wm. M. LolU :. 1'UJ1l/JM.
in the premises, you shall duly certify #< Next dew
(: nott of
unto tbe Judge aforesaid,at the time and District, of 8t. Joh7oli.etor. ..... :
The June 'iA I
Legislative C. i1 it competed oil Joftr
place aforwaid 'DeU. .
,together with these presents twenty-six members,divided Inspector lIontio J De ter. more
iJt arnongnlae. District of St. M itu-COU.ctor..J.... I
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I Tm'MOTHER' of.l ::rot .ort. to Napoleon actually extent .itself to every I ring;in regard to the agricultural, and commercial I fort, despatch, cheapne#be transportation
I ; No other woman's destiny been suchts member of his family, and W particularly facilities of the rail road to St. of passengers, and fceavy mails boo ( )
lit!' Madame Leutia: Bonapa rtu'e;no Queen, to Madame Laetitu \ Their car- Marks, back and forth, with the western tween New Orleans anew York, and "
{, had nature even accorded her the same fecundity reer has been long finis d and their states concentrating their commerce upon I other northern cities, hreference to the
t could have dared to hope for such. fall was so profund thtithey entered ;. the waters of the Gulf Mexico. present mode ofddayl4P'tZmmMttacu 11
'fk; a fate OCher eight children seven have<< living into l..po ritj.|Thus, when ;,Ships of seven to nine hundred tons may by day and by night, tfufrh the .interi9r\ t
worn crowns, and the only one who was J they die, no one is disturbed it is but awas come in from sea, heavy laden, and moor the country,over bad 1 ids, bridges aid
not a king, refused to,be so. Lucien dead body the more for: the. try., For alongside of the Brunswick in ferries. We mean to what exclusive
only the friend of Napoleon i in misfortune, iwentyyearepast every, I which bears two Hours;with _aving easting in all the above public, ntiat i and individual
His soul'was in some degree like his moth the,name,of Bonaparte ha dead to it, and proceed to e same time(13 benefits,the toil, art income, of the
'-$o.ied. to the great Emperor, onI our generation-French Pat. miles) with any wind having westing in it.I I contemplated,railroad,fi\ St. Marks to
one oCcasIOn, when he reproached her with I The harbor is completely landlocked, in Brunswick connectiowith the line of
'preferring Lucien to her other cbJldren.- w TIlE SPOUT OF THE cases.storms or gales,and the situationof steam packets at each en will prove per
.; Theone, who suffers is alWAYS the child Gen Duval, late Governor 4' Florida,'in Brunswick is the most beautiful and manent and ;lucratito stockholders,
I most ardently Jove.9 a long letter to Gen Cbambek publishedin healthy of any port in the Southern States. and can never be rhpjed1 limy counter pro
She, too, like Lucien,had a melancholy the Louisville (Ky.) Journ; says'he has Including the short steamboat communication ,ject to effect the same.objts; ,which are secured .-
k foresight of misfortune. which awaited resolved to devote his services tine libera from Pensacola to St. Marks, inland, by the charter t6.>tcomrnny as ex-
her; the x had not Winded her, and even in her pall his sonCapt. Duval, at Golia by Santa double track railroad, will form the best Books subscription WScapilaT stock j
,, ace, with the title Empress, surroundedby Anna. The Governor wishes raise two possible national thoroughfare across the I of two millions of dollar.< a court,and rich with immense treasures, brigades consisting altogeUx of 1800 Isthmus Florida l with a.naval rendezvous :opened, and the work,of tailroad: may
she wisely armed herself against thefuture. mounted,men, and solicits the d of Ken- at one end,,(Pensacola) and what will erelong 'be commenced the ensuiajIt\\ and winter,
Y She economised the wealth which her son tuck)'. He says he, is makin y his prolessionjn have. be made a naval rendezvous .from Brunswick to the Gtjia line, until
lavished upon her; and,when the courtiers, ( Florida $10,000 :r annum at the other end (Brunswick;) between'the handful Indians airemoved from
to whom every virtue is a novelty,express which he is willing to,sacrifice th' his life which the two most important points, as to Florida: west of the Missbpi j, and then
' ed then surprise at this,she dared to reply for Texas. He calls upon his end Gen. naval and marine advantages,south! of the 'proceed with the, residu he work'to Sa.
' to them, with the fortunes Napoleon be- Chambers, of Kentucky,to CCH. crate with apes of Virginia, for the protection and de- Marks. : BOSTON.P. .
t .fora her him; be promises to go over tin tate with fence of the southern and western states,- S. Provision is mad an Act recently
"Who knows but maybe one day nec- him and harangue the people t J believes Troops, ordinance, munitions and provisions I passed by Congress have the bar
'= kessaryy for trio to'give 'bread to all these that 2000 Kcntuckians can ready be pro in time of war, might be transferred, I and harbor of Brunswick oroughly surveyed .
< cured. ice versa, as exigencies might require, ata for a Navy Yard. B. \
I That day .has arrived, but more fatal, moment's warning, to meet an enemy I
more terrible than she foresaw. There was FuG OF TIlE TOTO upon euheir side of the Isthmus, for the KBIT WEST INDIR R.
one of those children to whom she could The fourth of July last, the jtfjf of the defence of Florida an the Western States, ,
I give no bread. He died far from her,guard United States was to be sponged with or Georgia and the Carolinas. ,..SATURDAY,SEPTEMgl 17, 1836.,

ed by,Englishmen., who narrowly easured twenty-six stars,two being added 'k.conse- This Brunswick and St. Marks rail road Since Saturday last, wejre; had no ar ,
ont to the.pmoner the meagre pittance of quence[ I of the admission of the$ tea of will, no doubt,meet.t. e general approbation I rivals by which we could flier any thing \
each repast, and even the allowance of air kansas and Michigan into then ion.- Congress, and it is probable an application i like news. It is stated in tin, that letters
be wtasufiered to breathe. 1818, the number of States theVbeing will be made respecting it before
]have been received sayini the Florida
She well have it is completed.. .
may wept bitterly over the twenty, an Act was passed"that on pe ad. .
,importunes of that one. If she loved her mission of 'every new State into'the Vjion, It is proper that Congress should have I campaign would not commce before the
1 children in proportion to their misfortunes, one star be added to the Union of theVlag; some agency and co-operation in a work of j first November, at which tie the troops
Y none'so'much deserved her tenderness. and that such addition shall take -efwit,on such national importance, especially on that will. take the field and m e against the
Afterwards her son-in l law died,shot like the 4th day of July then succeeding part within the limits of Florida; and should .Seminole Indians
t,- s robber on desert shore; ,then the sons admission.'* The 13 stripes, dentin ,the. it t be .required to complete the enterprize, ?' last
of these sons, then her loveliest daughter, thirteen original States, were on the aqnis- she will, no,doubt, subscribe for A reason FROM INPUN KET..IWDE! the
,i then her son's wives, her children and her ion! of Vermont and Kentucky; into < ble portion of stock, to be I located,and expended week we have bad an anti,from India '
grandchildren-and,the rest of this family 15; but as, fhe ,cumber of States upon that end of the route between Key,bat nothing which can,1 called newt
b*vev been scattered'over the world,begging hither, enlarged, it.was. perceived that St.Marks and the Florida line. has reached us. The U. & liter Dexter,
sa a Lami&oai.A11: > w'" ... WI..,'. _.... 'A It lt ieved that 'ihff capital "''tck or Captain Rodelph,.l saz.s thatktion on tboistmnslTlor
'meotl of this 'great, race'would crush the stripe for each, and so an Act was Ji1iiU wrromenor a ooubun>> ck rate Tampa-narmt U,..cAthj :-
S IOU on which they should be assembled. So fixing the ,number at 13, as.before. Thtlast i' d'' (commencing with a single track, inhabitants will again be left closed to the
.she ;has died alone, with her brother. star added to the Flag-was on the.-4tt ich will facilitate the work laying down ravages of the Indians. Whctcr vessel
inaaw.at..her pillow, with the only.member of.July. 1822,in honor of the Slate of Missouri ether) will be liberally met by capital- of will be ordered a
of her family who escaped proscription, because ,'which was admitted into'the' Unio 1 -t.merchants and men of enterprise, in learned therc'c bave not
he called himself a Cardinal,and was on tne 10th of August 1821. ,The sta:r JJ *on, ,Portland, Providence, New-York, and by reference to 'letter from
S protected by the' Church: For Maine was added on the 4th of Julj, PflUdelphia, Baltimore, Mobile and New Gen Macomb, published in oulast paper,
She is then dead-the mother ofro many 1820.-N. Y. Mer. Orfens j and (if required) by the generalgov it will bo seen, that no land race need b.

Kings and Queen*-old from age,old fromin&mitiw'older [From the New York Star.] nment. expected. We extract the fo wingitem
still by misfortunes. She' ENTXRPBXUE. If frill at once be seen,by reference to a from a letter received from India Key..
Is'no more.-fihe'raet deatH with the serenity GREAT NATIONAL map(' the United. States, that the extra Captain Rudolph intends leniwnn **.'
: of the just for in. her fortune 'she'had A quick and safe communication between,. sailin distance, from the latitude of Brunswick 15th inst The pi : E '.. "
eaty o consolations'for the poor,and in her the'cities on the Gulf of Mexico, including ,J500 miles to New Orleans,and thee I gloomy,but we mua< ..A .
J,, reverse t&s never cursed her peIse tors. New Orleans; and the cities of extra expense, and exposure,and shipwrecks .know not what to dt .. >t\
"" She is then dead,in that Rome; which Southern, Middle and Northern States, up from the northern ports,for the nu- possible for me tot ."; ,*

.after,having.dethroned so many kings; hasbecome on the Atlantic.A merou asting and European vessels, trading I believe hall hi ,"' ., x
.. they'Mjlumof the dethroned. ; company of gentlemen of Boston t toot\ from the Gulf of Mexico, by way we if** \
And, if ww might dare to say so, never Portland and Georgia, bave obtained a liberal of the Ikhama Islands and coasts of Cuba I lives." .* T.Yk. ."*
J .were two destinies more alike, than the and perpetual charter from the Legis. will be dispensed with,by means of the rail tO .
lative Council of Florida and from the State, rJustas we w '-' .':">,; '
destiny of this woman and the destiny of this road frob Brunswick to St. Marks; thereby '
: woman and the'destiny;of this city Each' of Georgia, for a rail road ,between St I cutting ttf the present long,circuitous, & I evening, the Cutter U <"*' *..
civq birth; in their youth; to men made for Marks,'up the Gulf of Mexico across' the, dacgero route by sea; round the peninsula I II arrived! from Indian Key, on her way to
S .. the conquest'of the 'earth-each have seen Isthmus of Florida, to come out upon the I of FJoridj, and preserve the lives and prop- :Pensacola. TheDextep> has been lying atj,
J' their old age,mournful"and abandoned,prolong Atlantic at Brunswick in Georgia; the distance city of tbusands of our northern and souti 1 Indian Key for 8 or 10 weeks past: for the
itsel&wilhout that,world, which they 180 miles, by way of Coierain upon I em cpuntymen from shipwreck, and future
the St river ,and fine level I protection of the inhabitants from the depredations -
had ruled by their,children, concerning itself Mary's ; a route piratical Depredations along the coast of
,'. with the remnant of their useless exist for a rail road, abounding with the best ma-'Cuba.re L I of the Indians, but on her leaving

serials for the construction; and, AS the t The ataual losses now sustained by the 1 1I that station, they are again left destitute of '
.5 ence.Rome itself did not concern itself about will be no serious obstacles of,excavationand I Insuranc of the indeed
Companies country, upon 1 the means of defence. Horrible, ,
the death oft.a tita. The people accus- embankments to encounter, nor inclined the coast|f Florida and the Bahama Islands ,will be the situation of the citizens, if the
'tamed to see this empress alive, were un- planes. with stationary power required,, is estimatti above half million of dollars
5 .. S wUJina to.believe: her dead. ,Besides, that tt may be safely estimated that there is not, per annum and perhaps, an equal amount ]Indians make an attack.
-, would havo.deranged the of the carni another route of internal imprcvement in I lost indviduais insured
joys by
3 not ,exclusive of J
St. g.
We have received file of the,
, the United States where a double track, a
: val. With the Romans whatever may the lon.o ives.
t y trouble the repose of their nights, the joy- railroad can be constructed'180 miles, for' The abcre rail road will unite the common leph Telegraph,of the new' series, (or rather

.. oasness of their fetes, and'their intrigues, .so small proportionable amount of money,I interest and"national defence of the << conducted bya new editor.) In mabiop .
,:'. "1 is unseen or not wished be seen. Thispeople and fraught with perpetual -consequences,I Southern Mantic and western States, and J his debut before the public, the editor says
so important and beneficial to the stockholders -, J be is band at the bellows aDd that
'L sleeps under a, sun which ripens its Florida in Mine of war, and .at the same a new ,
t:..._ senses,but gives no activity to its indo- and the Union, and the geaeral l. time affords ui unrivalled and perpetual secure J be bas no farther South to go for news, intimating
,lence.. ;.[ prosperity of the States.It channe for commerce'and the quick 1 that he had located himself at the
'. Rome is tbc*dead.-- at France has will form a complete onal seaboard, transportation of passengers and the mails j jumping off place. Well, that privilege
acted almost in the'smc'ay.. Other rea route, principally inland,from New Orleansvia ,I between Net York and the northern cit. I might: have been granted him sometime
I sons have influenced her. Since MadameItitia St. Marks and Brunswick to the City ies and New Orleans,both in time of war since.perbaps I (rem his very dooras we learn
:quitted France of Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,,
., 80 many things and peace. 1. 1 that his adopted town has recently
have been accomplished xi her name Boston and Portland, as will be perceived I Hence bestirs the
numerous important
1 been overflown from the effects of a
l a even-before her: deatbta1ready \. to lay reference to a large map of the United I national advanbges and facilities to the )
,.... ,the past., : After,the. of twenty ars, States. By this route, with steamboats oapad Southern Atlanjc States, and the Southwestern ]Butwe ckim to b.the SoutberolDOSt.Vt
we are already far from 1814, that'a* for New Orleans, through Lake Pont' divisions the Union the 1 truly sympathise far him in his UDdertakiog'A
age Is between us and that year. 'l'hepast cb.rtrain, via Mobile, Pensacola, St Joseph I Gulf of Mexico to time of war and peace, held >h.
; is so immense that we" forget that the ma- and ApUachicola (all upon the route) to3t I and to the middle, northern, and western public meeting was recently
! jonty oC wen who riWJe it still live,so small Marks,and steam packets to Brunswick,I States,also, in 1 regard< to agriculture and 1 1I the city of St. Joseph, the tenor of whirr
have they become since that epoch. ([to belong also to thetail road company,)I
Napoleon comic erce;together with the protection and i is to oppose the re-election of our present
. is so great, that he eee.u to: belong toantiquity. passengers and the heavy1-mails may be: prosperity of the coasting and European ]Delegate in Congress. A resolution Fat *
.;- ., Nobody seems to believe that transported with comfort and cheapness I trade, to the Gulf of Mexico and the Ali3I the w
.; the most direct line from New Orleans I ed this meeting recommends to
he lived but yesterday the mind Joins him upon I lissippi river arj the of the
: preservation
l to Charlemagne I ,as to the monarch to whom. f Ip New York in set PATS;,and,at,the same' lives and propertyct; northern and southern t tea of the Territoryopposed to the ** ec'
41. he at Ce This disposition of the mind in regard superior-port of Brunswick,for heavy ship- count*"
exposure piracy and the superior<< com 4 of: the people in their respective


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: : ; ;" q'. ppointing.delegates to ordered and directed on Wcdnesda' lhe fifth I YXBCUTIVB; Di lri i( of ArI. eO"-col1.ctor; O./I I

; for. .thepurpipeof. October day of October next, for all persons concerned Governor, I H&iAitD K*CALL. Secretary Floyd : ;:W.U.. Price.
Tallahassee-Mi I .
meet in Cowenttoo at to be cited and intimated to appear CJdjoB. K. WALKER '..' I I

nomnate a candidate for Congress.Wo at the Court House at Key West in LEG TUftE. District of K''We.t-PoJla,William '
,' ', r 1; : A. Whitehead. '
Inspector 'staDepatj
said District, to cause; any tlieyhave Council 1
of The Legislative is of
article composed
,pobteh this morning an Collector, Adam Gordon. Inspector: Stephen
should I
why judgment not pass aprayed s 1 '
mombetsld nineteen
twenty-six ed among R. Mallory. Temp. 'Weigberand
CODSid rabltlength from the N.Y.Star, on J
: Counties, as foliar Leon, + Gauger, William H. Wall. Appraiser,
tne Bu'bjectfcf a commurtcaU6n! between You are therefore hereby authorised,empowered Escambia, Two; Grttdtd, Two ; Jtfckson, Charles M. Wells, George E. !.aTtt. t I

t I the Gulf of MexicQ and the Atlantic cities and strictly: enjoined, peremptorily Two! Jefferson Tuo 'j 18UvJohns. TkooiWalton. Inspectors, Charles How* .Indian' ,;K r. "' i, I

,- to cite and admonish persons whets
\\-p" New wales are springing! up every day, having pretending to haveany pghtj Hamilton, Columbia,AlachuaYpuval,Nassau Charlotte Harbor+- Inspictor. ''A I" .1
r Mosquito, Hillsborougb, s ao Monroe, ander Patterson. "
we.ftodjnour of\ico\ tlie first numbers of title, claim or interest, in or to One each. '< .'T" *
vessel called the Maria McIntosh, her tat- i
the, published by Brooksand '
NewlorkExprcss, BANKS *
I. kle,apparel or furniture, by publishing this Delegate Congress, JOSE, M. WHJTB.. Bank! West Florida chartered
'Huton. In this tlie Jackson partywill monition in the Key West Inquirer, by ser ApaUchicola, |
findjjbnnidabltfcotemporary.JJiSJufrfc. ving the said Philip Sawyer with true ELECTIONS. > -Capital, $500,000. ,? 1'

copy hereof, and by all other lawful ways, The elections for members of.Legislative] President, '- CUt 1er. !
The Atheha
Brig means,and methods whereby this ntmttion n Council take place the second!; a ucola iChwt.rc& 1831 Cap'
I : :. ''P/ifadelphia/ bound to Mobile, got may be made most public'arid notorious, to londay i O t" t:'annU :),4 \.itl.t .. 'r.i?' ital $9,500,000. .* I

I 'c. : '' ashore n( one of the Tortugas Islands on be and appear:: at the time and place a iesaid, RjessBri.-U y. ;. : '. "... .t N. ,1.1 {q 1 Walter Gregory. Cashier,
before the aforesaidand< tl attend I 'rte, ':.H James Cerise,
10th lot.' and was hauled off by the ,assistance Judge .... "

'.1 wreckers,and anchored in a safeharborafter upon every session and sessions' to Ie held I'stiail' .)T 4;"'t ,* ''. : St. Augustine Chartered '1831
I there and from thence until a defiijte sentence ,1.: ; : ,
; ; ,
+ which tlie Captain came to shall be read and promulgea in th Supers .i Capital $300,000.' ,

< Key--Veal in one of the wreckers, for the said business inclusively, if them otanyof &s ;.,r ".J : ,,:'-. l.), .;:,. ," "j *. v( >let\yet operation.__ .) .' A.

;,. purpop of adjusting' ,their claims for servi- them shall think it'their duty so to Up, to Cou tiea't') ;; f... ,Ji.j!; r'< : ;'rah'M:
1 r'S''' ces'ihdered in getting the brig off theihoaH he abide by, and perform'all and inguI lumbla, ':' ;1''' II: ;" i.l .. ''1. lIahut CharteredJe.. ,. r
: I ta such judicial acts as are and MosllUit CapiM '
r' necessity .. $100,000. .
j ; On ,the 15th, the case wassub- llsixh. ] ,. i\ .
Judg.'I1.i": ; 1.t ib.1'\"J i t .
ho done and & i Itcd ; .sident, Cashier
j bylaw required to ex .. A4t.. ... t d', ., ,v
4 mitts/to arbitration and $1500 :awarded THOMAI (Jjh I> ;il"( ').t( J. ,
..... in tbe premises; and further to do rid re- I ,
.L__ 1v' (' ; "",".' Bank of Florida 'Tallahassee
I *:;7 us ceivo what unto law and justice shall ppcr- ,

I ,',' tain, under the pain of the law anl contempt .. The regular terms-are held as follows:- President v. Bred, Ben 1832 Chaires.vcaebior\Lolie-CapTy ioOO,000.; ;> "

I JHbjid. in this place on the 20th ult."Capt thereof the absence or contunicy of for St. Johns and Mosquito Counties, at A., Thompson ; '

.,: Robert Rodgers. Capt arrived 'here in i them and every of'them in anywia notWithstanding. St. Augustine on the. second Mondays in M" T X J 4

the frig MarySusanon the 19th from.M And whatsoever poi 3hall I larch and October. For Nassau County, Commercial Bank of Florida,Atalachicola J : ,
i. bile) very ill with the bilious fever,and died dr o in the premises, you shall dulyirtifyunto on the 'second Mondays in'April and No- Chartered 1832:-Capital $ 0000.

,,'. on "lie next morning. lie was a native ol the Judge aforesaid,at the tini and ember. For Alachua,Columbia and Hills- President,J. C. Maclay; Cashier;QlClark;

I f : Long Island; N. V.ELECTION. place aforesaid,together with these prernts. borough Counties, at Newnansville, on the I
Vednesdays after the third in Florida '
Mondays Union Dank of TaI'ab.ee' ;
I. i r Witness, the Honorable James \lebb, April and November. And forDuvalC'ouny tered art'
.. NOTICE. Judge of the said Court, for the saidXHs- 1833-Capital $3,000,000. .:
Jacksonville,oa the first Mondays I ir President,John G. (JambleCasLler'Jre
(' ." Notice is hereby given, that an election trict, this 12th day September A.D. 136, M ay and December. Chancery terms t Parkhill. .'si

...: f for member to the Legislative Council and of the Independence of the toStases d held at St. Augustine on the second Mok i- ,.J .'.t..... \ I

I E :;-tie county of Monroe, will bo held on ALDEN the sixty-first A. M.year.JACKSON, lays in July and September Farmers Dank of Florida, Mariana,!Chat* \
w 'Monday the 10th day of October 1836, tend 1834-Capital''.$75,000.' : '": ;
under the of"the under Therefore Know Yet to all whom it nay MIDDLE DISTRICT Comprising the CountIes (Not in operation.)
'" concern, that of the abov '' Oe or Leon Gadsden Hamilton,Jefferson mm I
,".tnentioned'persons.. mirrors, from liner( the seal of the Di ict and, Madison Dank of Jacksonville Chartered 1B3*;
In the City of Key West, at the Engine Court of the United States of Americ for Judge, 'THOMAS RANDALL. Attorney CapltalITS.GOO. "
i h Iouso of the Lafayette Fire Company. the Southern District of Florida, tomjdi- JAmG D.--WtsstcMa ha1 '(Not yet in operation.)
':' '. : oJ Inspectors. rected and delivered, 1 hereby;':tvc,,rl.ffi i a ;, EITUt RANDOLPH. ..
notice to all in I
''A persons any manner '. HUDSON'S '
:. I i" .. .1..1S.J."' ....J". ,F.. n .. "y'" ."' \tY.: W' ='- I1'' ,' ": ..' -d..an...... ,#... I : _

.'lij' ,,' L.J Given under my hand and t e Superior Court b oldel'Iifq$ << 7 Poio-lhmI1t4JJ' County at- on the fintM9Iidi1" 1'0a&aKO'tla t" ? '..
'r Sept
I ;. Key West, on Wednesday the fifth 4>1 ritaiaaa County, at San Pedro, on the Corner of Wall end Water. Strttti?ti .;:.I';
"B.., the. Judge: October, at 10 o'clock in the forenod of General ,
t: Thursdays after the first Mondays in Juneand Eurbpcan Agents DB. B.,.8HE;,
1 .. W. R. HACKLEY. that day, then and thereto interpose fleir December. And for'the remainder TON McKENZIE, of Liverpool ,
( Judge.M.C.C. claims for the same,and to make tbeirgations r'e the District, at 'Tallahassee ,on the ti orat The subscriber having returned (toot Europe -

JOS.* .. A. TUOURON.tit" in support thereof. Mondays in April and October. ,is gratified in being 'able to aooouad:
,: .... Clerk M.C.C. THOS. EASTIN, U.S. to the merchants, editors of newspapers
,, By JOS. A. THOURON, D. AI. and the public generally, that his "
r re"NO'1'ICETO MAK1NEKS.OTICE United States Marshal's Office WESTERN DISTRICT Comprising the arrange
j:. \ ,a' is hereby given,that the Light Key West, 12th September, 1836., bounties'of, Escambia,Walton,Washington that m eats he or is the above are-DOW complete,and
now ready to receive
House orders to
7' ,.; ;: at Cape Florida, was destroy Franklin and Jackson.
; ; ed'bJ the Indians on the 23 July .last, be RENSELEARDRAPER ttAtSEl Judge, JOHN A. CAMERON. Attorney, any .extent for all foreign Newspapers and
:;M b&aiog. The building is and OCOROB WALKER. Periodicals, whatever wbieb'Cui bedeliv*
standing may AND TAiLoR, TALLAIIASSXE, ,'. t. Marshal, J. W. EXVM.
i ; ', 1, beta: land mark by day, but no light can by WOULD respectfully inform his'cnst eyed in this oily;or forwarded to'atir part

,'f : :: :exhibited! until it is repaired. _y,.s and the publuf generally) ,'that be 'I Tbe'regular terms are held follows : of the country by mail.at' the regular prices. '
., :*'t: '' W. WHITEHEAD Col., continues the TAILORING BUS IN. .8 For Escambia as -' An arrangement! has f,abo eecf(erTected' with

;:..>} .I By A. GOKPOM Pepcol, Aug. 22d 1830. in all its branches: ,at his old and well kno> i first Mondays in County May and,at .November.Pensacolaon, For the the.Trade works in Europe,so that mil miscellaneous

; -' T OTICE.-AU persons indebted to the stand on Jefferson Street,opposite the st| Walton,, the first can be procured' at the lI.ual-:1b
o County on Monday in( "
count. A
'rl .l I firm of P.J. Fontane& Co are requ ay( of Mr. J. R. Dorsey, where he has on bi March and third Monday 10, November.? hundred British; catalogue Jicr.d.au,,of upw rda"of eleven ....rl
ted to call and settle their : pu been received
accounts splendid, assortment of
on or goods of For '
} t WashingtonCounty on the second and '
I\ before the first of may b seen at the once.
< j' day October or they will every description. Monday in March and fourth! Monday in( Dr. R..Shelton
: .'be put into the hands of an officer for col SUPERFINE CLOTHS, I November. For Jackscn ,of Liverpool,
IV.. lection. P. J. FONTANE& CO. Such'as blue, black County*at Mariana has been appointed General Agent for Europe '
russet, and Lon on the third Monday in March and the .
,, )4 Sept. 10, 1836. (f.n27-4w brown, mertle, olive, drakeneck, invisit first Monday in December. And for Frank.lin I the prinSiphl office being In Liver ,, '
: with
pool, branches London #
\. 'lIR SALE AT THIS OI'FICE_ and Polish green, adlaide, dahlia, lope : County on the first Monday in April and re, Hamburg, and all the principal Paris] ,liar- l
Blank live and steel -
Shipping Articles-Blank with drab
Powers and a vi Thursday after the third Monday in Decem- All information
"k.! il' of Attorney-Blank Bills of Sale, etc. ely of other cloths ber. necessary win pe-"gi'eD'OQ it
'..) r 3 etc. etc. CASSIl\fERES. application to th'e'otaq, (or by,letter pott :
,, Blue,black,drab,lavender padjaddressd.to Hudson's Foreign A reD '
,"".:;r THE UNITED STATES OF AMEBIC London plain, railway and buckskin,imperial:of pIa i' SOUTHER DISTRICT Comprising the cy, New York,) where all orders will be ,J
SoorntRN JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF FLORIDA rely of colors and quality.SPLENDID v 4J County Monroe and part>> of Mosquito. executed with ,the utmost regularity and t f

-3s. Judge,JAMES WEBB. Attorney,WILLIAM despatch. BOB?. E. HUDSON.
To: the Mtrthal of the,Superior Court for heir VESTINGS. MARVIN.' Marshal N. B_Editor*and publisher of Newt
tad Dittrict-GREETING. Sjchas rich, figured CHARLES M. 'isle. Prices ,.
and Current.
white plain velvei The regular terms are held at Key Weston papers ,Periodicals;&c, x;
WHEREASthe UnitedStates,by th buffand figured Valencia, Maneill throughout the Union, are partiaflarlyra-
I Marvin Esquire, and lasbm ret, white figured aqd plain sa Mondays May"and November., r. quested to forward by mail,in a lacnre en* .
have exhibited their Libel and claim against } ls tJorentlne,etc. ttc.FANCY elope,obe copy of heir publication,(with .

the vessel called the Maria Mclntosb, her, ARTICLES. 'COUNTY,," COURTS' : a duplicate byosuccecdlc mall) .that we y'
; -
L, tackle, apparel and furniture, stating, alleging I Splendid fancy and plain stocks of variel The County, Courts, having > limited eicljil ?. may as early as possible complete our cat,.'- i

That and the propounding said vessel is burthened ty of style, linen bosoms and collars, bl l jurisdiction and original J jurisdiction In all lope Editors for the, European offices; 4r;[
seven borseskin, black and throughout the.' country.
silk matten nul4
nett glovesli
tons and sixteen ninety-fifths, licensed and cotton, lamb's wool,and mixed relating to Estates, Guardians. ,I confer a favor by noticing the above. '
J commanded by one Philip Sawyer, and that bogiegumelastic and nett suspenders random,blacl&hair Wards, &c. are held ,by the Judges in tbe| Hudson'* Merchants') fTew* EMO,#New' /
'r the same was, heretofore, to wit silk venal counties semi-annually. York Feb. '
: on or and fancy pongee>> handkerchief gunl ,t.3, 1838. It.
bout the 1 first
day of November 1835, trans elastic and plain -
Jetted to the said Philip Sawyer, who was Also, a general assortment pactaloen of stnp'yetc., e tcAPPELLATE 1 COURT. 'JAS. JOBHSOl'ismol]:
not at the time of said
t is a citizen of the United transfer States:,whereby nor now READY MADE CLOTHING, VIZ, i I The Court of Appeals consisting of the I DRAPER AND,TT OJi, TALLAOASSEP. .

r... the said vessel has become eited to tbe Drab, steel raided and brown cloths Pee'[fudge, of the several Superior. Courts is :, FLORIDA.
" i United States according to the S8d section tershaniUon akin and old annually at Tallahassee. on 'the first (Next door north of Frederick Towlo Esq.
flushing '
1 of chapter 153 of tbe acts of Congress pas frock and dies coats, hunting over coats-co fine ati, Jonday in January, Jeweller in Monroe Street) .,
sed 1793, which said section goats hair camblet Carries 'alesabove ,;
was approved and cloth cloaks: on busineas'in all ila i
,; February letb,1793. I II taloon., and vests of almost every descrin-pan-I: OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS, branches. ,. $

( Wherefore the sail United States, by lion of goods, manufactured by tbeiubscriber ltrictf St. Augustine-Collector,John
said In the '
1 Attorney pray that such procee most approved style sod in the Ilodman.rt DRAPNO '
*; J best 1'AUAR .1.A.
dings be had durable ,
that the said. maiaier. ,
&:., btk de Also lam -
J creed to be condemned and forfeited to l t "ooI.oett ,Welsh pod Canton flannel 04 sbi fatrict of,Pewicola-Collector, Robert HABSEE, FLORIDA I

.. saidUnited States, ud that such Other p 4 etc. etc. Wcbell. Inspector, R. A. Mitchell. Surveyor JOB PltlNTlNO ,WC -
( cMdtngs w. be had io the premises as are usual : Wm. M. Loftiol BILLS Or .. o DI"G
f Admiralty,and as to law and justicetha FLORIDA: DIRECTORY. IUSTICE' I "na

appertain. |T Compiled for the Key West Inquirer rict of St. John SUBFOKN... .ut.n.u UA .
t ;p And whereas;: the Honorable the Judgt Any error wm be corrected and \.I2-U.. Inspector, IJoratio J. J amwIvory ,
f f tbe said Court fnr the said District hai' made OQ the Editor' being Doti1ied addition't, ?istrict f 8t. Alarb-CoUectu. kind of Job W rk, ex art dwW, .-
Jesse :II.
,I IUC* despatch, air the ofieof '
!tmr Itr omf.doD. I Jf nil* Inspector Burr IL DuvaL liar KKV.WIIT, V
I inInavtRxii.. & ,-*.
\ t. specter, Augustus Steele. Tamp f 'T"j! .
pay '
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I '. '.** 1 ''Frcih 1C wr fker." the character: of the defenvV with an Intensity beat upon that house ( the tcAeeZ-house,)I him Bob-a shortquick, onucepiionablc ,;.

; 1 THE HOME OP PEACE. of.interest. .Job a''oa, who was re and upon the deck despite ,the awning' ;: appellative, !in the very proatnoation
turning the gaze pf the'n09!man with hIS while countless gullies made their way which there is a sort of humorous o'f1"
I ".Ia i Saaset's lingering hues of,gold* the and crestfallen tion. Bob! it to I,
", Some rat off itle of rest. spyglass,turned to ojfO Of his staff and remarked down through scuppers, comes yo tips with .
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; : ,1 ;:j\1bel1.eutI in this sad world grown cold that the apportion on the hill por- passengers splashed hither andlon.-, pleasant instinct. You can scsrcely ;
.3 Are beckons to its breast nded no 200d. aumours were afloat in Umbrellas were in great it without a smile. ?'
!' r !i ji' 111'? the inirencnmenw that the same: tall 'figure times in one's face; no comfort was to be i We knew Bob at school, lu luck bad t Y:

f f J 4 i.vrn+:+:'' 'Bebdldsindistanceeleep>e Indian,on the calm blue,sea, bad been seen f053 the river on the highest found where it was sought; and in fine,I commenced! even there. No oic ever Qe $\

<:,.. 'Some baveh for the tempest free, opposite !hence the day before, like. every thing was 'at sixes and sevens.' Believe tected him in any develoy, and yet there r ,i
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f f t.:'f't., ; Soft cradled on. the deep. a horseman/ rated against tile sky. A me when I say,that I was half inclined. was nothing dry or sycophantic bout him ,

, r ../1 ....: ".' .\here .rest the "ind.-the' surge,rest, cowboy3 that this was the apparition of tq step on' the forward deck near the cap-. It was his luck. HV was eternaly finding ,, "
t .. And cloudless skies are seen ; Waahin/bnandthat it was never seen except -stin, and drown myself outright; ono rea- penknives, marbles, horseshoes, tps, twine ',
f: : ..;# ." 'The breeze scarce curls the river's breast;, jut before a battle or a thunder storm.. asp alone prevented the 'rash act,' and and the like. We well remembe a really :
j r ''' Or,,stirs the forest' green. But while these idle rumors were floating Chit was the damsel aforesaid. Place min e valuable watch seal was once cxlbitcd iu : ':

,I'i'" ':.. To the lobe rneMiatshatfloat around the atmosphere of the camp, a stagecoach on a dusty road to be over the school room as having been fcmd, and :'-t'* :'

4 K' When twilight-ahades are near, the real Washington from observations : taken'liy an overwhelming shower ; capsizeme no owner came forward to claim it ',"'

l r fly; Or the wild wind-harp'plaintive note, l madof with his own eyes,was concerting :: iD'themiddle of the Delaware; leave Who found ill demanded the isher. /'-1\
..., A summoning voice we hear. a soldier-like plan for its surprise. I me tel the mercy of the musquitocs of Dis Bob! crid nine and fifty jnvecPtvouw; |

:, .".'"- It tells of pableii joy to come, 0&4Jie night,of the ,16th of July, by the, mal ,&vamp in midsummer; becalm me 'I could have sworn it! excJained tie 1. 1

It calla the wanderer back, twinkling lie hi of the stars that broke ,over in thejricinity of an ice-berg or a waterspout good man.IMPROVED. ,.
{ Woos him to view a peaceful hoe e and through tb* clouds, two columns of in tbe broad ocean; engulph me between -

O'er Memory's desert track.: soldiers might have\been seen under the Scylla and Chary Mis; wreck meoW COOK EKY TO :MAKE A ItATCI1

(.,'.J! Oh t is it but in sunset dream/ broworth eminenc \in the rear of the: Cipe Hatteras;. send me adrift in tho Catch a young gentleman and laly, the 1
: That isle of peace is'seen/s fort. They were stern' en-the silent I rapid above Niagara Falls;' confine me to best you can; let the young gentlcian be I

i ': :. rl A phantom built of starry/'eatfis. t.k ugh fuJ, 'men, of ,Net|\iand. The, the sdhude of tho Springs in the monthof raw,and the young lady tender hi the >
: .' ;, With faithless waves V. tween. .1 eagb*eyed Wayne ws;attr head and Naember; or leave me to the mercy of young gentleman at the dinner tab! : put I

t ( ; t Is it in Fancy's car*VP e his heart like that of a lion.. The regi. the B eet-inspeetors of Gotham in the last in good quantity wine, and I '

f.. That melody is be//o; ment of Febiger and Meigs,with the youth- stag of a March liquefaction! but spare is soaking,stick in a word or two every\' II
.. ,' VagUe;wild and watering: ,like the moan ful Major Hull's detachment formed tbe me, h spare me! from the indescribable now and then about Miss this will hip to ,

; ,s i' By (feeble bvef r s stirred right column ; Butler's regiment, with the m' r steamboat excursion in a settled make him boil. When getting red ii, the

J "" Or ii it given t wind that die-" two companies under; Major Murphy,form- raiD ccompanied by a fair creature, and gill take him out into the drawing oem, \ \I

1' ,: Of waves../* Oceania breast ed the left;: The van. of the ngbtVas she fa bride! I set him by the lady and sop them hot}wit]>. .,1>
u ; T. answerV the tpint'e sigh, formed of one hundred and fifty volunteers, green tea-then set them at the pianc:ands, "
MI ( :, F .hit. .cr, let its bourn of rest. E.F.EL.STONvTJblNT. at whose head stood the brave Stewart '::4 LIKING of bride--;: ". blow the flame till the lady sings; rhea J

l I. ., .'. ,.r ,.;.,:. composed the van of the !left; and still ung reader, by virtue of my newly-ac-! you hear the gentleman sigh, it is tine (0"I
." L" river bears further advanced,the noblest post of all, take them off;as,they are warm enougi.... -
..'...:. ,.rT .:)'on the Hudson ,quid privilege as a married man would
stood two' forlorn hopes' of twenty men / Put them by themselves in a corner of the ,
': The hand that 1 aii&each little here
: isil nc8t imprint. you a philosophy
: 1 gr you
', ; ..-) ,, ; each-one commanded by Lieut. Gibbons room or on a spfar and there let them draper
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;. 1/ /f ', MM:kn universe of worlds ,has thrown are pproximating toward the verge of
; ; : the banks of this noble and the other by Lieut., Enox. Wayne in the together the rest of the evening. Repeat
1 ; > jl: j t *".eJ: along : stream majboody second person singular: .I
; .' i.r.; add asBembiage.of of rocks and 'nountllins. stepped from man to manthgiiardssaw tigh the van wash yon two white clouds awhile-there, this three or four times,taking care to .t \.'.
: them take their flints from their place them side by side at the dinner table? .
; ": 't The Palisades, as they are called com tb unite; observe those two waves-they .
,. pieces and fix the death bayonets. At and they will be ready for marriage whenever I
$. x&ffiidon the western side of the i Hudson, gle into:>>one; behold away up on the '
!, ..'I, just above; the Wehawlr or-Weehawken, & twenty minutes past 11 the two columns ahje. ,those two .sweet wers-they flour- you want them. After marriage gmt
I extend about 12'miles up the river. They moved to the bloody work before them- upon tbe same stem; arid those two care must be taken*, aslhey are apt to turn: ", !
!. bold demonstrations of 'one going to tho left and tfie.other to the vine. sour, 'i; t'l
are abrupt Omnipotence 1M pkins-they luxuriate 'upon one ...
(' fi moulded by Him whoso power is not right! ,,to make their;'; attack on oppositesides. T ,wherever you turn you.will discover We the following---- reflections from (
bounded time circumstaces. The alfiving in .this .hint copy I
',' by or things psurs.Upon
a The inhabitts tho eaatcrn 'to&d of' an editor who appears heartily sick of his 'f'iprt i
: *: ( cannon of* iftwisand armies i might roar wj: : a Follow the,examples, of the clouds, '
r ? the nver heard. tl&rp'ctashifeg,as the Tor I' fo ion. We never read of a man leav. !
: : ''i' t iir intelociinl vengeance against this waves Uicflowenitha pampklns etc.Tie :
\ 16.trt: ':A \V ....l\rrnw .. l lrow ; ..*.r ln J 1.editosi9shair[ without envyin his. :
_. 't'I' of batttpnels ; {, '
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'' .. .:;i "ftt" .?t drion ot rom siiiy ;" Of' C .tJ t ti rij'1 let resignation j
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; ..1 ; :' iW sus fifty feet,and the para. flashed surptr.rnwstte dtcas, ( alluSiou'to"aitbui1t., icastjeat Aster's i ift jlte %Aa we have shuffled off the coil of Li.i [J l
and in moment the fortress vomited ceding passage, reminds roe of tonalty and resolved ourself into
a ,
,. ,, :!.er .Jayg in corn, at the power oft out ea.
ti lame,and thunder; as if'a volcano had ig tel-'the house that Jack built. What pacify of private citizen, "justice to',tr. :.. ( I"I"I "
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t ,, if','-', .. terminate nited and was tossing its white lava upwards a gnificent affair it is t with all its appur kind and to ourself, compels us to make the: i
; : Palisades I
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;:r; ",: ftoe ; country ,
r and conveniences in andi
t r 1i" t\J.til ls: and 'vales succeeds ; the former, The cry of battle, was not to be mistaken antes ; general causes which has compelled us to tle.sep .I
k ; ./ articular. Commend the Astoruse
i me to ;
\ the shrill, wild, and fearful-broke upon the aration. ? ,' ,1
;;,. : : ended'uplike:'loavtsoesugar'and dull of but all in daring the,first week of the honey- : We hold these truths to be self ident.
t q ': latter indented' like dimples on the cheek ear of'nigbt; was vain for p; (l
i the fortress. Under the showers' of n; ho all yo bridal-folk of the ,season That the avocation eta
: publisher / a 11
of Occasionally; however nature grape,
t beauty., ,
Dan JBeersheba! make that
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and full in the red of battle the your is laborious without ,
into the stream, one of her eye two newspaper profit: vex-:
r- ,;: bolus foundation of the gloomy,still unwavering columns moved on, jit abiding-place; for there, every thing is itious without pleasure: and as "j: j

'J L"f\1" > < bills! of fear,,a'miniature which! cast their sombre shad and the two vanguards met in the centreof |w like:your nuptials,every thing! is brighte has it, "most intolerable. and not

, : ',%. .w ows across the pas of the Highlands. One the works. The British made an instant your prospects,every thing is opportunee dured." tQ.el' !
f, tfHffc : of these projections is Stony Point. It eurrer.:'!cr, to avoid tbeeitermiuati':' which I jour portion. Hear ye the voice as offe That the cost of paper, ink,

4 i : .: -1'?' stands t, O-. : the at.r. the intpenchments. Sixty three Bn&h cud:; tender recollections touching that and the etcera ad tn/tmhon, in a printing '
scenery justbelow, challenges
'i ...., tendon of the! paascnjjer who has been relieved : soldiers lay ,dead at their guns; fi | otel' which are riveted dteper than those office, amount to more by one hundred percent .
from the sublimity. of the basaltic red and forty-three 'were made prisoners, any otherat which I tarried on the entire than are ever received into the shallow
r"r and the 4 standards >ute to Niagara. The whole air of the coffer of the publishers forsubscripUons.' :
I iccUs! of the Palisades to prepare him for a spoils were ,2 flags, ,
.; 1 wilder developementofnature'scransology., 15.pieces of ordinance,and other materials use took my fancy exceedingly, and the That no individual,ever became the pro ti":'

.., :. But the impressions which crowd into the of,war. Of' the sons of New-England, xueanor of mine host is inimitable.' Be irieter of"printing press,, without beilftj f

I i:} ,;. ':>:;.. apectatorts mind in this region, are not' all ninety eight were killed or wounded.. OfLieutGibbon's lakes very low bow, and presents a very desirous of exchanging situations with
and exquisitely written vnUiam. I
forlorn ng of Bedlam. tg'kiDg
!.' # derived from a river, mountain valley- hope seventeen
I .':*; tradition, and history lend ,a melancholy were no more; of Lieut.'Knox's, about the ,nnot state positively, but I am rather in- And, in fine,that every person thinks '
ned to think that he has taken lessons
t ':' glory to this revolutionary, ground. On same number were slain. I Ir can give good advice an editor; and that'd ,
.; bank These spots,.where the ife-b'ood of the Bristow; I marvel that he was not ap- I the latter always laughs at the silly inane
J ; )h'' the right or ,,eastern, stretches ,away
t ". '.: the celebrated neutral ground throughout free has been poured out, like water, and anted Secretary to the late Hon. Mr.lavigston J lence or the adviser; and that if the press?\. v
+ ili. ") the'eotlre 'extent of'VVeatchester county; where the traces of the revolutionary ditch as I am convinced the French I ceases to exist, it was all owing to mismanagement ''
.;,A where regulars, cow-boys; .Yir inia horse, and mound still remain, are altars sacred hambers would have passed over ue I and not taking my advice. I

t -: nd 1 continentals,whirs and''tones, appeared to the high recollections'of freedom Green lanes at rigAl.-O.LJ.A.1"OD., The above are ''wholesome truths! ; let

r .,;.' ;and.disappeared like the actors of a wild be the turf over these,departed patriots. 1 them be garnered up IB the hearts of ahthose

,. I -.'14(,;! and,bloody tragedy On the left, Stony The bold Muff! of Stony Point is classi! A IVCKY DOG 1 -whO are editorially inclined

r ;,r., Point is ,allied to associations, of military ground. Hither, i in future time, shall tb Odd things happen about town which From Dunlap"Thirty Years ago, or the ,.
'; ', Achievements unfading renown-while poet and the 'Sentimentalist come to patheir ; but for the interposition of a Journal like Memoirs of a Water Drinker.

t F It 4 sy.: : farther UD. Arnold's treason Andrea cap. tribute of affection and honor, whi this, woulti sink: quietly into oblivion and nttEXlEU."JCZ, THE: PARENT OF MUBDfB.

',, ''' : turo and harsh although' merited fate, Our fathers knelt bIn forgotten :0:'ever. The very triviality The murders (including suicides and

+ twine around tho memorable! rocks ofyest prayer and battle for world.1' eta periodical is a part cf its Charm. i murder by duelling) that are the fruits of
Point: should reflect the minor lights at3 -;des,
intemperance constitute far the *
t greater portion
Stony Point is .about forty miles above From the New-Yorker. [the separate private incidents, the netting of those which slain the records of the '

.", New.Yorkan4ten: or fourteen miles .be If Talking of riding by stage hues! ,the by play of life. judicial,or private history of society. The

low West Point. It is a rounded gravelly shower, reminds me of sailing by steai The luck of. some folks! There is unquestionably brutal quarrels which end in the immediate

s, hill,of small .extent' ,jutting into the stream boat in a settled rain=a real northeast such a thing as luck. These death of one or both of the parties; the
-. and connected with the roam land by a low just om the icebergs floating down people> (happy fellows !) that have it,-; polite differences that terminate in blood by

morass which is partially overflowed by tide Atlantic. Reader*I made'a trip to a Mi ig j Their dice always come up sixes they_are the sword or pistol; the femalevictims who A
waters, It was fortified in the revolutionVy boring city the other week, when the sure to hold a great hand of trumps! are sacrificed by drunken husbands, and
;,' :<: war, and occupied by a small force, had already been,a stranger to the dial were born under the auspices of some good sink under violence more barbarous than

uwsht have been considered as a remote the space of seventeen days lacking fairy. They do wrong with perfect impunity he most ferocious soldier perpetrates,when

outjxet to the strug fortress West.Point bours, during which'time the fishes of I Get praised mischief I Paid for in the career of 1101 ious victory he sacks

;", It wajcaptured'by the British in')1 he year great deep might have ascended withto i idleness I-Ripe plumbs drop Into their a city or the wives who perish "sorrowing

,> 1779, aHstrongly, repaired ,and garrisoned tbe clouds through tho sheeted outing ,! mouths! They are your prosperous folks. by the slow torture of disappointed hope
by more, uan $ix hundred soldiers, commanded ,as the adventurous shad do in the s The persons who are blessed with lottery he deadly blow inflicted by jealousy stimu-

.". by UIQ bravo. Lieutenant Col John of the year, from the abyss below the prizes,legacies,rich wives,apopletic uncles, fated to madness after tec enticing draught;
'f ', son.A laic Falls to the rapids above. And of I benefactors, etc. When spoken of they the self-murder committed under the immeliate -

few days bt re the 16tb of July ip the my jaunting, that beat Kind readei } are called"lucky; dogs." Ah.!wo wish we influence of alcohol; or the deliber

nacre year, a tall, tSmojaadiog; personage, me your pity,'for the sake eta fair cre were a lucky dog! I.suicidaldastardly crime which is weeks,

'' '. itJountedonastrpngWrger.was seen on we who was under my protection, We have now our eye on one of these r nd months, and years in the accomplisliag -
;"" eminence above StoSvPuint. Hg had whom may the gods ever regard The geniuses. The following incident recalled ; all belong to the same family, and till
a glass ilIl his hand, and ftared to 'study rains descended, and the floods came aria him tour His
... o.. memory. friends called he greater part of the history of guilt.

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