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: November 15, 1834
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: UF00049046:00006

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VOLUME 1. KEY WEST.8 YTUU1 AY, x r.nnmtl3.1\ I. NUMBCR 5. ;

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pilot, at least six miles from the light house hope from their united skill and experience,
THE ENQUIRER.EDITED on the Island of Key to be able to give full satisfaction to nil who PROPOSALSFOR !

nc it enacted That all may favor ltl'lnfitl.. orders. 1
The introduction of machinery in place ,
AJiD PUBLISHED suits and prosecutions provided for in this
actshall be had in the Superior Court of of the tedious and unhealthy practice of A NEWSPAPER \

BIT J.ATRINSON.TERMS.Five the County aforesaid or before the Judge casting type by hand long{; desideratum by
thereof in Chambers. the European and American Founders,was, To BE ENTITI.KD TilE :

Dothrs per annum. Sec. 6. Be it further enacted, That the 1 by American ingenuity and a heavy expenditure KEYVEST (ENQUIRER. 1
of time and money, on the part of our i
of following fees and rates of pilotage be allowed -
the rate
inserted at -
senior first -
successfully accomplished.
Cents for to each and every pilot first for piloting partner UNDr.n INr.D, begs leave re-
One Dollar and Fifty per square Extensive use of the machine cast letter THE
V the first insertion, and Seventv-Ftve Cents and conducting a shiporvesscl! in or out, has fully tested and established its su- to offer preposition to thisenlightened
for each subsequent continuance. rive: any partof the Florida Heef. Secondly public, to publish u weekly I
that cast
periority particular, over
\ from any part of the said Reef to the port every
under the alcove title. It shall
____u Indian by the old process. newspaper
of West.or to Keg thirdly
Key or
I iI'or hereafter 1 ho principally devoted to Commercial Intelligence
I The Letter Foundry business will : '
of Mariners generally, through either of the channels leading
the information from the Collector the I the port or harbor of Key West aforesaid, he carried on by the patties before -party controversy shall be em- :
we have procured named under the firm of White nagar&co. excluded. .
schedule of the situation of the to wit. for every foot of water which such tints

following Light Houses along the Florida shore, ship or vessel may draw, the sum of two dollars Their specimen exhibits a complete series! The undersigned is fully aware of the
for which such froii. Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Book of the task he
under his superintence. and for every day pilot difficulty is about to under
and News in the most modern
FLORIDA LIGHT.-Stationary may be detained or employed on hoard such type being take, and in consideration of his want of

-Situated CAPE on the South side of Key Bisoayne ship or vessel, the further sum of twodol- light White and s'ylc.Hagar; & Co. arc agents for the experience, has obtained the |potato; offer of ",

( about 400 yards from the beach.- tars. sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Press assistance from friends, Whose' age and :'

The Light may be considered 70 feet above Sec. 7. De it further enacted, That every cs, which they can furnish to their customers qualifications render them competent to ]

the level of the sea, distant from the gulf vessel bound either to Indian Key or to Key at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, thetask. For his own part he pledges ti

stream about7 miles. Vessels drawing 10 West, except a licensed wrecking vessel, Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink apd every himself, that, so for an his health and
I"ept may approach within '2 1-2 miles of the and refusing to receive a pilot on board, article used in the Printing Business, kept will the

\. 6'i;_|',"t. &I.nt..... 91 a:-?. -K. .I.nnor.----,,- ftO 4"2 W. shall, if spoken by said pilot six miles respectively for sale and furnished on the shortest notice strength permit- public may rely
the ulmost regularity in the publication
LIGi!" SHIP Lf'Rl\-h situated from Indian Key aforesaid, or Uld- type taken in exchange for new upon( ,
from the said Light House on the Island of of the paper -
on Carysford's Reel near the site of the at 9 cents per pound.N. I
old one, in Lat. 25 08 N.Long. CO 27 VV Key West, be neverthelessand it is hereby B. Newspaper Proprietors who give; (ireat pains will be taken to obtain the .'

It is easily distinguished, as two distinct made subject to pay full rates pilotage, as the above three insertions, will be entitledto earliest anti most correct intelligence of \

lights are stloVnvhich can !generally be though!; such pilot had been taken on board, Five Dollars in such articles as they may Wrecks and Wrecked Property, and also J

seen at the distance of 12 miles. Its object but if not spoken more than three mites! respectively select from our specimen.New reports of vessels passing near the Florida

is to warn vessels from the dangerous from the abovementioned places, York 1833. Reef. \t
which it is then and in case of such refusal as aforesaid
shoals! placed.
rocks near she shall be liable to pay half pilotage, and PROSPECTUS (Q)::)-CiENTLEMEN friendly to the under
KEY WEST LIGHT-Stands on theS. no more.See. taking will piCIIHC receivesuhscrijit'o and "
West Point of the Island of Key West t, or THE
8. Bo it further enacted, That no forward the names to the Editor noon as i
is in Lat. 24 33 1-2 N.-Long.81 52 1-2 fees shall he demandable for piloting and SAVANNAH MERCURY. possible. .1
for the of guiding vessels -
W. ; erected purpose conducting any vesl el.ifthe same be spoken A DAILY !MORNING PAPER, J. ATKINSON :
the harbor the directions i
entering ;
distance than three miles from the '
at aless
Devoted to Commerce-\rriclllture-Pol-
for which are as follows, : Bring the ; 1,1834.MIRROR .
Sand light house aforesaid or from Indian Key itics-Literature-and General i ....
N.1V.innd the Key ,
to bear d
provided that this secticn shall not be held Intelligence,
V'. S. \V. and cross the
Light to hear you to extend to vessel going or coming OF MIRTH. fl
fathoms water for Key any To be edit d and published in the city of
about run
Reef in ;
the northwest of the harbor I
through l'mnODlc.\L'
West Light until within two miles then passage Savannah, (*co. A HUMotlOrS; ;
steer N. W. until you open Fleeming's Keywhich of Key West, when spoken at the distance BY WM. BALDWIN HARRISON. One of the cheapest Publication in the
of two miles and half from said light
a .
-- is a Mangrove Island in the northern house. presenting to the public the prospectus United States. .J j I

part of the harbor, and then run for it. Sec 0 Be further enacted That in of the Savannah Mercury, just regard THE publication of the above named pe

The best anchorage is in the upper part of the event master of vessel, refusingto for the feelings of those ?e expect to will be commenced on Thursday

the harbor. Height of the Light House ofany for his services a the amount serve, as well! as a compliance which time ,31st inst. The publisher U very dcsir-

from the level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches. offees pay any herein pilot before such pilot has sanctioned, renders it necessary to givea o'is of having all the nameof the subscriber
provided brief of the i which shall forwarded to that time, as be will
/.Light! : \ may at hisdiscrction, sue out from the office synopsis principles. _<<: previous !
SAND KEY LIGHT-Revolving once govern us in our editorial duties-We are positively thane the work on that day.
of the clerk of said court attach-
in 54 second It is the best light on the ment, returnable to an the said impressed with the belief, that in a government The number of names' already received, I I

coast ; S.V by S. from Key West Light. to the Judge immediately thereof Chambers, like oursthe preservation of the Liberties fully justifies the issuing of the publication
Lat. 24 23 N-Long- 81 1 57 W., situated court or the vessel which of the People mainly depends on their and the first number will bo forwarded to '

r directly on the Reef. The Light 70 feet aga-nst Court the said Judge piloted in spoken Chambers, shall virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and the many persons who have not subscribed, 4
1 Q.hOT" tl.eect. or dissemination of sound political knowledgeamong but who have signified their intention of
and without tu examine -
TO IlTUG AS LIGHT-Stationary-on summarily into the facts and jury law, proceed of the case, them, and being actuated by a sin doing so, if the work should meet tbeir e.. spectatiohs.

one of the Dry Tortngas Islands, near the cere desire to advance the cause of State .
and decide to its merits but if
accordingly ,
western extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 assisted shall Rights and Constitutional Liberty, we shall The price will be one dollar a 1
the said vessel spoken, number
K31: N.-Long K3 10 W. not be within the so jurisdiction or of the court, support tho doctrines of the State Rights able on the receipt of the first i
Party of Georgia, as set forth in the Virginia and whero five responsible names are sent,
in Chamber shall
the said
AN ACT to provide for the appointment court or Judge a.id Kentucky Resolutions of 1798-99- the sixth copy shall furnished gratis.-
of Pilots, and to regulate the rules of and may on the return of the attachment, and which were so triumphantly maintained Letter containing one name must be pott II

Pilotage at the port of Key West, and for proceed in like manner, LX-raaTC, and decide t IIf the State of Georgia in 1825-6, :and '7 ; paid. 1

other purposes. accordingly. and thereby assist in perpetuating the inestimable As the circulation will be very extensive ''I
Passed Feb.
Sep. 1. He it enacted by the Governor 15,1834.JOHN WARREN, blessings we enjoy under our present publisher will print cover for the Mirror .

and Legislative t o'incil ofdhe'fcrritory of Pres. Council. formof government, and which are providing a sufficient adv'rtisingpatg '

Florida That from and after the passage of Legislative guaranteed unto us, so long as each department ronage shall be bestowed. Advertisement I
this' act,the Governor of the said Territory Approved 15,1834. of Tier is kept within its legitimate will be inserted co spicuonsly on the coverat I

2>eamJ! he is hereby! authorised by and with TYPE FOUNDRY sphere of action- We are in favor of a the usual rates. !Merchants and other* ;

the advice and consent of said Council during H AVING Purchased Mr. RICHARD strict constructlre&f the Constitution- who advertise by the year will be entitled s,

its annual sessions, to appoint such number nON ALDSON his long established and opposed te ali: sytflms which have for their to one square, renewable every month, for j

of Pilots for the port and harbor of Key very extensive Type Foundry, the subscribers object the taxing of the'many for the benefit five dollars. !

West and the adjacent coast in a northeasterly have formed a co-partnership for the of the few, or of laying restrictions upou Gentlemen who will regularly furnish original I:

direction from said city and the extreme purpose of continuing said business, and for Commerce or domestic industry-and shall humorous articles which shall be approved u

northern limits of the County! of Monroe the convcnence of their friends and pat resist all encroachments by the Federal by the editor, will have the publication 'j

as he may dee.n necessary, expedient, rons,have removed their establishment to a Government on tie rights of the Slates and sent to them'without charge,

and advisable, provided .the number so appointed more central part of the city. As it is their the liberties the People. But whilst we Address LYNDF.: ELLIOTT,

in any one year shall not exceed intention to keep on hand a good assortmentof thus express our prefeience for the principles Bel Air, Hartlord County, Md.TV .

twelve. the best type, and to make such additionsand of the State Rights Party of Georgia, \

Sco.2. Beit further enacted That iiI 1 cia improvements as the taste of the trade we shall support that party only so long as OTICE order the Honorable
By I
: -
S:; pilots so appointed before entering on hedisetrarae and the wants of the country require, they they adhere to those principles,-our motto'* 1 '.* James Webb, Judge of the Southern ,
being emphatically Principles not men, .
of their duties as such shall each flatter themselves. that this establishmentwill is
Judicial District of Florida notice
bU'l l
become bound in an obligation! *> ith one or merit a large share of patronage. They and our ambition do and. sustain right to Juror Witnesses, parties litigant
by given ,
more gooJ and sufficient securities, to he have now several fonts on hand, which can As we design making the Mercury a vehicleof and all other concerned, that ,

approved of by the board of wardens, or a be furnished at a few hours notice, and are general information to all classes of the the Superior Court persons for this District which

majority of them, fur the port and harbor aforesaid prepared to make fonts o( all weights and community, we snail at all times endeavorto i* by law set for the first Monday of Nor.

in the slim of one thousand dollars .sizes from Pearl to 'lline Pica, includinga present to our patrons regardless of labor 1834, is postponed until the first Monday of j

(. conditioned for the faithful diligent, and great variety of rnameutal Letter.- or expense, the latest Commercial and December 1834, at which time they will at
I able performance of their diities.which bond Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes, Krasj Political Intelligence, both Foreign and. tend. TI10B. E/tSTIN U. 8. M. '

when executed shall immediately be placedon Rule, and other ornaments will be found to Domestic ; with as great a variety of Lit- South. J. Dis. of Florida. .

file in the office of the Clsrk of the Siipezior I be very extensive, of which specimens will erary and"Miscellaneous matter, a* our limits By JOS. A. IIJOURON D. M.

Court of said County,at the proper cost be forwarded to Printers as soon as they will permit. Our columns will remain Marshal' Office, Key West ,
of such can be prepared. open to the temperate discussion of any If
pilot. October 15, 1834. [ol- )
subject connected with the public good excluding J
Presses of description
Printing ,
Sec. 3. ne It further enacted, That in every
Ink of the most approved qualities all scurrillity and personal spleen.In .
Printing ,
any event of the unfaithfulness, insobrietyor 1ne, whatever will be productive of speedily 11 E SUBSCRIBER respectfully in- i
Composing Sticks, Brass Galleys, Imposing rp
criminal negligence of pilot, he shall his friends and that
any Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, rendering beneficial the varied natural forms the public I .!.
upon the petition of any twenty respectable Presses .Furniture together with advantages of our State, elevating the commercial 'be is prepared to do all kinds of JOB PRIN- .
citizens of said city or of a majority of the character of meliorating TING. He hope by attention to business
a complete assortment of all articles used I our city, or
said hoard of wardens so appointed to the J 11'to
Governor to that effectbe removed from ofce.and in a Printing Office will be kept constantly the moral, social and political condition a patronage..
hand. "" of our people,will meet with o ardent J. ATKINSON
on .
indictment may, as herds in ordinary he proceeded cases of againstby misde Small fonts, suitable for Bookbinder, and humble support. Key West u No,. 1. u;,

in great variety, may be bad when called I ( DITION8.
and ON
incanor on conviction, fined in & sum '
W.. A, Pitcher, )
not exceeding one thousand dollars, to be .
and be Orders from all parts of the Union will be Tie Savannah Mercury will be published vs. \ In Attachment.John .
assessed by a jury, shall moreover
daily throughout the on a royal Harris, J
and moat carefully attended to, year super
liable to a suit on behalf of any party aggrieved and particularly in supplying SORTS for all beet, at Seven Dollars per annum, payable defendant and all concerned, will
on the bond so as hereinbefore provided, THE above suit baa
font furnished by their predecessors, Bio semi-nually in advance. notice, that the ,
to be executed by him. ny k Runaldson and Richard Konaldson. The Mercury for the co.in try will be pub- been commenced by attachment in the Superior .

Sec 4. Be it further enacted,That ifany Stereotyping in all its branches,executedby limbed to meet the arrangement of the mail, Court for the Southern District. of

\ parson except s-icb as may have been appointed L. Johnson, a* heretofore three times a week at the office of tl.e Savannah Florida, and they are required; to appear

as aforesaid, and have complied with JOHNS. -N & SMITH.No. Mercury and will be sent to all and plead to (b? declaration' at the neat

an lheconditioni speciriedin the second section 6, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. parts of the Union,delivered fb the City, term of said court. A. GORDON,

of this act, shall charge any compensation fJz -Publishers of Newspaper*who insert at Four Dollars per annum, payable io ad- I [oct. 1513m] Atty.'forPrff.Vim. :

for service* he may perform as pilot,be this advertisement, and forward a paper i n'JCe. or Five at the expiration of six
misdemeanor, I month*. It will contain all the Intelligence II. Shaw, i iv ,, 31 ;
shall be doemed guilty of high I containing it to J. & ti. will be entitled to
and on conviction thereof shall be fined in I| $3 payable in settlement of their accounts Commercial Political, Literary and Miscellaneous *' ..- J Ip i Attachment f
John Iarris.TiIE .
a sum not exceeding treble the amount of ,i when their bills amount to not less thin $10.I including advertisements, pub ) will
compensation received by him to be asses I J. fcK listied in the daily paper. defendant and all bas
.. notice that tbo'above wit \
vted by jury provided that this act shall Advertisements will be coospicuousty ilk ,
; 6u.
Dot be held to extend to the master or mar- 1 1> r.. WHITE" WILLIAM HAGAitESP serted in both paper*,at 75 cent per squareor been commenced by attachment in the' of

loerofaoy licensed wrecking vessel, on ,. \- CTFULLY Inform the Printers I fourteen Hoe,for the first insertion aod prior Court for the Southern District f

he Florida Reef.on board of any melt wrecking of the United States to whom they have thirty-seven and a balf 4 cents,for each succeeding Florida, and they are required at to the appear next i
Ion* been individually known as established and plead to the declaration
fe'iserwbictJ publication.
vessel aoard of
,or oa any j I
has been cast w say, unless such vessel Letter Founders, that they have DOW formed I All communications by mad, must be term of said cuut. A. GOBU01gv Ff 1
bet "
a co-partoenhtp in said business and postpaid. [oct, 15-13m) AU, "
.*cast away has !seen spoken by a, re ulnt ; ,

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,, \-.d" without praise, nod better sisters, hUer pupil better and in in
'r-v: :. "" lr"""" L. None can: tlQ pleased citizens ; no
THE HAPPY MAN. few be praised without falsehood ; fvw atcs, and, in tho end doloreux.
the friends of education, be
The happy man'was: lorn in tho city of can be assiduous without servility, aul! ser cially parents? and teachers, to fit:w eruption, and
5lh. To
the of seldom i is without corruption.The Let children look re
Regeneration, in pariah Repentance \ility matter in this light. and lead from
unto Life; he was educated in the schoolof hizher the character: a person has to on the pictures, not as :picture:>> mere I absorption of

Obedience, and lives now in Perseverance support, the more 'he should regard the minutest but let them be taught to study them. for\\ I I relieve diffi

; lie works at the trade of Diligence, actions. tr' ., can be more rich valuable materials 7Aflcrthis I : to cure asth: I
.._ .: stmctivc lessons than a good engraving
notwithstanding he has a large estate in they wtkft of our the chest and
brief explanation
of Christian-Contentmertand oftentimes Gootfmghl' 1 the stomach,
and we ask the I
does jobs of Self-denial; lie wears To the weary slumber* light, of ples nil vho purposes receive this circular. Will organs,
the plain garment of Humility, yet ha: n flay: draws oftly to its close! aid us by your influence in this great ,," the healing of
better suit to \vhcn lie to Court, seek of mind and character for
put'on goes Busy hands now repose, the formation I !. 10th. To
called tho rot*of Christ's Righteousness! ; Till awakes the morning bright. rising generations Will you assist us pains and

he walks in lie valley of S !f abasement, Good night! your power, in our endeavors to ) cure Lumba
and sometimes climbs the mountains of to American: schools, parlors and !
% Seek l\f !
repose stories and lessons of Parley's
'Im breakfasts
Spiritual-Minde.lncs'; every Wraiy cjclid.s gently close! Every single number of the new has never

morning on Spiritual Prayerami sups every Still, more still, the lonely street, will have a strong papci cover Croup. It
evening on the same ; ho has meat to eat Tho watchman's: 'born sounds far and sufficient to preserve tho work in good 13th. The .
that tho world knows not of, and bis drinkis sweet for binding and for use in schools. relief. 14th. 1

the sincere milk of the Word. And the night, bids friend and foes The yearly subscription being one = death has tl- .
i Thus happy he lives, aud happy he dies. Seek !' our friends will I perceive the !! employed.

Happy is he who has Gospel submission, in repose ity of keeping open so many thousand' discharges i-f

his wi'i, due order in his affections, sound Slumbers sweet! counts. It ill therefore other internal
in his conscience, sanctifying Dreams of heaven around thee meet, we should require payment always in and chronic
peace gracein
his soul, real divinity in his breast, true (Jim, whom love torments by day, vance. will close the : judiciously llb. To
Two numbers more
humility in his hear', the Redeemer' yokeon Shall the dreams of night repay, and we now give notice that all \ a shorter peri-

his neck, a tain world under his feet, Jlim the loved. one'j voice shall grace, year desire to continue the Magazine,may used.-

and a crown of glory over his head. Slumbers sweet fy their intentions by seasonable to cure the ,

In order to attain which, look to Christ, Good night! for the second ,car (or

pray fervently, believe firmly, wait patiently, Slumber, till the day dawns bright, If any of the subscribers should not ) fevers ; tho

j work abundantly, live holy, die daily, watch Slumber till another morrow ceive all their numbers, they can I the neces
the master to notify us of such as Insanity. In
heart guide souses redeem Comes with all its care and sorrow; post
your your
and shall be sent again free in restoring
; time, love Christ and I Ing for glory.J'cmal'.s Our Father watches-fear take: flight, missing, his treat
Good night!-Good night! Ten copies free of postage. this establish.

ii in London.-It is sickening to -To accommodate ) say, that ali
think to what a state of suffering and degradation SALT.-There are many countries on the and individuals, for the distribution, we by his sjstem

the follies and vices of large cities }habitable globe where salt 'Ins never yet deliver at any post office( in the 21st. Hy

sink the weaker sex. Where men offend( been found and whose commercial facilities States, free of postage, ten copies to )'. which

with impunity, women suffer, in silence. being extremely limited, the inhabitants address for ten dollars remitted to us successfully the skill of

The idleness and drunkenness of the husband I can only indulge: themselves with it as n out cost. LILLY, WAIT &
also in a num
leave tho wife without bread for her : luxury. This particularly) the case in t the Boston Feb. 15. and surgeons

little ones; and often when the culprit is interior: of Africa. It would," says Mun- CHEAP, VA :,* )INTERESTING= 22d. 1'alsy.

consigned from the bar to the penitentiary, go Park, "appeaf strange to an European: The Family Physician and Gactte of It has proved

I his sentence is tho doom of a deserving and to see a child suck piece of rock-salt ns man Life. (in its incipient

II unhappy wife In such a city as London, if it wore sugar. This, however, I have: Being a Library of Health and "" ) ) eholie,

the extent of fema'c suffering, and 'debnsempnt frequently seen, although the poorer class and of Popular and General J\I of the heart, ,

is almost incredible. It has been accurately of inhabitants arc so very rarely indulgedwith Knowledge, rendered familiar to still'neck,
of the
computed that there arc eighty this precious article that to say a man I' individual: : embracing every subject head, and SI.

thousand) women in London dependant up. cats! salt with hi? provisions, is the same a* nected with the prevention,

on crime for subsistence. In the samo city ,s:1"ing'le: is a tick man. I have suffered medICines-their and cure of diseases-and the ill qualities effects from 9 o'clock

there are not less than fifteen thousand or much inconvenience myself from the scarcity good
health-the ingredients of secret or
phan girls, or girls without support from of this trticle. The lung use of vegetable ent medicines-the true principles of GLOVER

their parents, who wander the streets without : ftxd creates so painful longing ing and drinking creating and

home or shelter and sustains them for salt, that. no words can sufficiently describe to live-domestic cookery-chemistry

selves by every kind of petty crime. It i is it." and a great variety of curious, ,'aluab:

also computed that there are 165,732 female - ....,--' -- and interesting knowledge,of the : ,r

servants in London, mostly from the PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. importance to all and hitherto : Office at I\'T
from the mass of mankind. f October ]U-
country. Circular to Parents,Teachers School Com-
within tire
Contributed to by number of '
mittees, and all whd&el interest in the a Post Of-
WALING UNDER WATKR.-The apparatusby : improvement of youth. Physicians. 0'
means of which a gentleman of Boston I Tho object of this work is to present 'Co'J'I .
is not quite a jtnrsinee l'arleY'1Itag- H. f' )
amused tho people of that city, by a walk IT was commenced,during that short ry subject connected which its with diseases and Court,Judge-;
under water, is thus described : period the number subscribers have increased treatment, by simplicity and : J. I'
spicuity of its details shall enable all
'A large cap made of lead,' with a circu- to 20,000, and the work has received wish, to be thoroughly informed in this ,N

lar glass in front, and weighing about 75 every where, the most. unqualified.<< ap- interesting and important yf sciences.

bs.! envelopes the head and rests upon the I probation.of families It has, and round.lf'whitest" ,yyy has to entered thousands The advantages such jt publication

shoulders, to this the water tight India rub- the social circle, its uDobtrushe..lel8ons'hue all ranks of society need not bo insisted

bor dress is attached. The air is conveyedinto we trust, often had a saluta influence on, since they must suggest themselves

the cap by means of tubes made of India on the juvenile mind and heart It every reflecting mind. Under the P. :M.

rubber clo h, through which it is has also found its way to the school worn ; ence of the diffusion of sound medical : ,iU please sny

,propelled by a forcing pump) kept in the, and many classes of pupils have been cheered disarmed ledge among of all the(classes, empiricism must
boat or vessel as the cave may bo Shoes' twice month by tho welcome voice of, which*!}!wars so successively against weapons the .
,made of lead weighing several pounds each the teacher bidding them to lay aside, for a of mat; the abusive employment of '
few days, the class bock which they have JS
are also worn. At the deplhof twenty-four, cines so baneful to health will give place Southern
read and times
over over, perhaps twenty ,
feet no inconvenience is experienced from the rational administration of .
and read the of :Magazine.The .-
this should pages agents, and the scientific and
supporting weight, which ho '
demand for the work, to be! used in
graduated according to tho depth of tho schools, is rapidly increasing. physician will be aided in his efforts to (
water. Encouraged by such unexampled success, leviate the sufferings of humanity. In A-} in1ty.
ing that can add to the utility of the \
the publishers have resolved to render it
shall bo neglected. The principles of above
Depth of the Oeean-Thedepth 01'1"0j still more worthy of so liberal a+ patronage
and regimen shall be
explained, and all the residue
and not remit their exertions
to tilltiey see
ocean is which has
a point puzzled alike i application enforced. The ingredients above" Cotton
it introduced ioto families and schools,
'J philosophers and practical men, and i is, af- throughout! the whole length and breadth of secret remedies shall be given aid the : this District,
.ter all, left in the wide field! of conjecture. tho United States. subject ofmateria inedica shall be ( c and expen

; <' ,' ;, Tho most probable guide is analogy) and In this view they hare secured new aid i and explained in a lucid nnd simple style. into the R(!.',,

; -the wisest men,judging by this criterion, in the editorial department. The late editor OTIpremium of $100 will be award will! romaine

-' have presumed that the depth of the sea of tho Juvenile Rambler, who in addi- to the writcrof the best essay (not claimed by

may bo measured by the height of mountains '. tion to his qualifications as a writer for the the lag 20 community pages octavo of the)on general the vantages diffusion to agent.the same,

tho highest of which arc between young, has the advantage of many yean experience medical knowledge.. 't'heessays.are to C'lk. >
as a teacher, will henceforth assist -
4 z, 0,000 and 30,000 feet. The greatest in conducting it. directed post paid to the editff, jn all 1D, D. C.
,,depth that has been tried to be measured 1
We to in the of June next. _
propose present progress I _, .
r is that found in the northern ocean,by Lord such volume, a great variety of interesting I no award of the premium will (

.MulgrllIe heaved out a very heavy important topics, among which arc the following upon the decision of several eminent

sounding lead, and gave out along! with it : icians.

... cable rape to the length of 4680 feet without I. Natural History, of beasts, birds, fish fi:Editors, postmasters and other, I A:;cn- i
finding bottom. es, reptiles, insects, plants, flowers, trees, respectfully invited to act as agenU. business
.. the human frame,&c. person who remits ten dollars will have mod ious Warp

"' THE 1VEEP1NG Jl. Biography ; especially for the young. copies forwarded him. Persons J on storage
.. : J WILLOW. III. Geograp ; accounts places,man one dollar will have eight numbers scr/
.: :.Thero is no tree the All distant communications
; : sight of which x.citcs more tender emotions in the heart than IV. Travels and Voyages ; in various to the editor, No. 6 Corthndt street

the IV eepmg willow.|| It is out of place in parts of the world.V. York,(and must be post raid.) Yearly '

a public walk-but looks delightful when Lively descriptions of the curiositiesof scribers to commence with No. 1. .\ '.
flourishing in luxuriant nature and art ; in each of the United %* Tbe editor has great pleasure in
beauty the Lor-
"der.s of on States, and in other countries.VI. able to announce tho Approbation of soil:
some winding stream, or in some Lessons on objects that daily sur- eminent medical gentleinen to the plan suit has

secluded spot, Inch has long been the asylum rouaJ children in tbo parlor, nursery, gar this publication. -in the Su-
t of solitude and tranquility. It is the den&o Accounts of trades and employ District of

emblem of sorrow and (devotion,and forms mcnts.I 14TIIITLAW'S PATENT to appear
A beautiful and appropriate ornament I T V BLE MEDICATED \ at the next
to a VII. Particular duties of the young ; to
burying ground. With its drooping ful. 'I parents, teachers, brothers, sisters &c. BATHS.The subscriber respectfully ,
forms thedtizens of W
ccst that he
Key ,
inge,It appears to be looking ck on the VIII. Bible lessons and stories.IX. with considerable established J\tty.Cor PrC"
past-and sympathises with the afflicted Narratives ; such as are well authenticated expense, .
t above Darned Baths in a retired part of .
mourners. It reminds' of the original tales.
one things city on Whitckead street where lie .
X. Parables, fables and where
that wero'-'tad liust: all the :angry pas.. the proverbs, to obtain a liberal share of public I Attachment.
moral is
obvious and excellent. I
lions of the human: heart. age. Convalescents and strangers: : .
It is said that the first ttecping willowwas XI. Poetry' ; adapted to the youthful Capacity the South for their health will find nil

planted England by the celebrated and feelings.XII. relief from theme of this celebrated above suit La*

,. Poet Alexander Pope. Ifa received Intelligence ; embracing account Tbe undersigned is also furnished with in tbe PC
; > tio Levant a basket of of Juvenile books, societies, and remarkable necessary vegetable preparations in use District of
figs and observed
occurrences. the bath The effects of the Vapour to appear
\, : one of'the twigs: of which the basket \was -
Many of these subjects will be illustrated' are:- at if;ext
formed, putting out a shoot. The twiI ho \f4N, *
I P; by numerous; beautiful engravings, pre- 1st. To equalize the circulation of
planted in his garden. It flourished pared by the best artists, and selected witha blood, and hence to remove coldness of Atty. for pl'lf

I 'Grew sweet to the sense and lovely top view not only to adorn the work but to I hands and feet, and to lessen the '
improve the taste cujtirate tho mind and atioa orflew of the blood the
.. ,the eye, and from this parent stock, all' tho I to lead.
, 'weeping willows, which are now by raise the affections of the youth to appropriate To promote sweat and re-establish insen g
and We ble and
worthy objects. would perspiration thereby to
uncoomuii in England J have
jncans sprung. make them better children, better brother, I ymptocs of :1trrll 41 inihinmatiea. 3d. : OFfl':


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advantages that' the on one occasion! at IrasJ:, _: -
most healthy, and PMS('!=9 such other troops, .
-::"" : useful in extending "protection" to ltl.\ltll\l: LIST '
as to make it most desirable ns a VVCIP !
location, sufficiently evinced his habits of the inhabitants: : of the island ; and wc did

reflection mind that hn opinions were not not "suppose" that any uninterested person -v
; "' mschcs PORT OF KEY WEST.
hastily formed, and only adopted after calling could think the troops I

up all the objections that could be urged had f somewhat delicate tlcm"C thought them better soldier thanto
against them. In the ENTERED.Nov. .
tint became at so seem I'
= Cth -Schr. Fair American Charleston
of Respectfully ,
... subsequent period, in consequence v
-:-=: 'QUIRER. I orders a from slit War lirparlmcnt, in relation I J. M. ( LASSI;Ll", ,'[nj. U. R. A. sundries, to master. t tNo

THE I I to the final purchase of the land, trrt F. D. NL'VVCOMB, ;,<. & Q.M. U. S. A. \'. 9th-Sloop Hero, Tortugas, lime, to ,t

1'. A. Browne.
FLOK1DA.SATURDAY had occasion to know how carefully he had FOR THE r.XQCIREIt.
KEY Brig Sea: Flower, do. do.
guarded against the possibility' of misunderstanding 1rO4************
11 Sloop Enterprise: Tampa Bay, dry
and that: the
with the
NOVEMBER 15, 1831. proprietors, of When first I met thee gay and 'fun6'' salted: \ fish in bulk, do.
whole proceeding was to "i.w. "'"o {.nonesuch' truth nooui nice I. ", ", StrumTnrt, ,Ann., iuaxon", Havana,,
the arrival of the Black Hawk, Boston all parties. In all his relations here Mnj. '
By such promisohung, Ilarana0 .
And iby lip t'clix,1''ish
on ,
of the 29th and the N. Y. Coiir. GlasseD enacted the gentleman, and he ohso -
papers doubt thee. / Havana.
1 did not dare to Tickler, Bnghtman,
for l
received secured
the 30th ult. have while in command here,
&Enq. to I saw thee 'hallgc-'t still relied, u Energy, Packer' Havana.: ,
Bruce arrived at N. Y. the friends We believe he sustains
The Robert warm the Still clung with hope the fonder, Paragon: "Park, Havana. !
d., before the B. II. sailed-all well a deservedly high emulation in And thought!, though false to all hcsiefc 1 5th-Schr. Black 11:1111 days fa "

Thc U. S. Sclir. EXPERIMENT: Lieut. armyMr. with the first FrotH mcthou could'st not wander ; New York, sundries!, to master '.
Newcomb came here '
Com. Paine, arrived at this! port on r CLEARED.
ntgodccei\cr ,
of lilr whom no previous
well. The detachment trcor?,
the officers and crew all could make it
inst. The heart whose hopes
; sail immediatelyto arrangement or preparation ot any kind had Nov 8th-Schr. Black Hawk, Wntlingloi, ,
is i expected
Experiment the offices of assistant Trust one so false: --so low N.P. Lumber &c F. A Browns, I'
of Cuba. The following been made, exercising Nassau, hy .
cruise; on the coast De.-encsthat thou phould'st :break" i it 1
is i list of the officers attached to commissary of subsistence and quartermaster 10th-Sloop Mary Ann, Miixon, lIa-
a (which he held during the wholperiod < When every tongue thy follies nam'd, vana. I

the vessel he remained on the island;) to which I fled the unwelcome story, u u Felix, Fish, Havana:

TuojrAs PAINE, Lieut. Com g. was added l, with omy two exceptions, th< Or found in even the faults they blam\i ic it Energy, Packer,do. I

j atnucl E. Mnnn, Lieut. duty of paying the troops j he was neces' Some gleams of future glory.I I' a Enterprise, Dunce, do. "

Joseph W. Jarvis, act'g. Lieut. rarity brought directly in contact with all still! was true when nearer friends 'r cc Paragon. Parks!! do. :

, Tod act'g Sail'g Master. the\\ pirates, and in his business transactions\ Conspired to wrong, to slight thee, '
Oliver ,
; had relations with their various classes. Tlio heart that now thy falsehood rend, ; : !
1 Peyton) A. Soutliall: Parser thee COLLECTOR'S OrttCE, )
While here, he disbursed considerable pub- Would then have bled lo right ,
-, LewisSV. Minor, as'i. Surgeon. and other acts connected November 10, 1C34, f .-
performed !
lie But deceiver ,
go, go will he received at
Gibson :}Iid'u.t with his duties that can only be waken SEALED proposals
f Thos.V.. Some day, perhaps, thou'lt until tho 14th Decemberfor

t Wm. II. Adam, do. properly appreciated by those who knew prom pleasure's dream to know the supply of rations to tho n ncommiiMoncd I

T. K. I'crlcc, do. fully the position of things here, and by The grief of hearts forsaken. ofticcrfl and teamen,of the United ;

which responsibilities were thrown upon thou false one yet, States'! Revenue Cutter Washington, from \I
James O'SIianncssy, do. hi'n unusual in tins airny,and such ns could Days When my cvcn'thoso come, tics shall) sever the first! diy January next to ht April in- }I
J. '1'. S. Collins, do. hot again occur even here. Under these 36. The ration for the ''utler crvice.is the ,
call with vain
When thou wilt regret,
Naval Service II
allowed in the ,
Clerk it would not have been extraordinary same as that :
Russell circumstances' ,
S. Capts.
Lorenzo if lie had found himself in mucu/ On her,thou hast lost forever ; and consists of the follow\ 'ing articles tow if: j jI'
Nathl. G. Rand Purser's Steward On her-who in thy fortune's all( ,
difficulty and embarrassment. Yet we have With smiles had still received thee, Suet, roronc\\'eckl.: lb. ;1 :

Thc Brig SEA FLOWER, Capt.Hart: ford, not heard him complained of in or out of died to thee all Cheese do G ouncct. J I

Camden Me. bound to New Orleans, the army, in which we believe he still hold- And gladly prove Beer, do. 3 I 2lb..
from Her fancy first believed thee. Pork, do. 3 Ibs. l
More for to it does not
rank. us say
with a cargo of lime, ran on the S. W. part We hope, Mr. Editor, if the EnqUIrer, But go deceiver go, Flour, do. 1 Ib. 'I
the ihou'It waken Dread, do. 98 ounce.
o'clock morning
of about 2 on fall Someday perhaps
in its search after truth, should under Butter, do. 2 do.
of the 7th inst. ; ar.d after remainingabout the observation of any of those, whose frollltlcJsurc.s, to Sugar, do 7 do. \

thirteen hours, ( blowing very: hard, columns have assis,,ed i.i, the circula The grief of he arts forsaken.R.. Tea, do 4 do. '

and she thumping very much,)was relieved' tion of the; article, first alluded to, they Pens, do. 1 pint. 1

Orion and} may be induced to give the following n ic- INTELUU ENUE: FROM CAPT.BACK I Rice, do. I do.
the regularly licensed vessels Molasses do. half pint.
by ,
barrels b ,, to./ L //. K.1\ Mr. Duncan }<'mlu'son, partner: of tin,) I do. half j
Hero, after throwing over board 96 '1..1'"J'C '.-." LC'-\r Vinegar, pint.
this tho 9th From the Natal and Military Magazinefor Hudson's Bay Company, arrived at Lachmc The number required fur the term 1 cltim-!
arrived at on
limeshc port the 6th inst. in n bark: canoe I
June 1834. on Saturday atcd at eight thousand. Time proposals' will
Thr/cargo has hecn.snld by order of Court. Sir-In the March number ofyour Magazine navigated liy ten voyagers of that concern I tato the price perration, at which the con (

The Surveyors report not being rendered, you have admitted n communication Ho left fort Vancouver on the Columbia: tractor will deliver them, in such quantities

the situation of the vessel is not known, over the signature: of "'1'. P." purportingto river, northwest coast of America, on 20ih as may from time to time be required onboard

but from the quantity of watcrshe makes, be an" aCCO'l'l< relating" to the historyof March last, passed over land to York Factory the said Cutter at Key Went.
Nov 13. 1634. [&-l\r.]
'have sustained much dam- mislead the Cjgupany'u principal' depot in
r is :supposed to : Key West, which is calculated to ,

:1g/1. your military readers The writer has Hudson's Bay,which de|>ot departed( from JOHN GEORGE ZIRIAX,

Is the Sailor's i\imdziio: forOclobtr, we not well gathered his: material, mgr a trav on tbe24'h' July. Two other canoe, manned

find the follovvinscoriectionof! an article in elling journalist, a* his statements show ; by sixteen additional voyagers arc daily INFORMS the public ESTABLISHMENT that ho has opened in 1\
anl! the
onrfli:1per.: We leave the truth or conect- and if he be a military resident, ho is certainly expected nt Lachinc, from the remainingvoyagers interior this city where the business carried on in (

ness of thc matter to those who are more an indifferent observer, and has not and passengers ill its various! branches Bread, Cakes ofsvcrr l

conversant with them than: we are ourself taken a very judicious pfpp towards relieving this season, wilt be down in tho course of description, Navy and Pilot Bread,

CAFE FLORIDA LIGHT.-In our Maga- himself f\om. all the potent hardships" the next monlbOctober.Wurl, from tho Itc. ate. are kept constantly on. hand, fresh

v.ine fur May 1834, at page 27G of the last which continued "to destroy his comfort compn n y'usual despatches letters from by the subscriber. I

,'olume'f} published from the Key West The Government has not expended their Servants in the interior, together with Key West, Nor."i urn 15,-[5tf. -)-rrir aj i____ ___> I
---- j.aa i
Sentinel a description of the above named: forty thousand dollars, upon the post nt (haft from Red River colony, Mr. Finlay- ; arc authorized to announce Colonel

light with others on the Florida coast It Key West ;' and it is possible,that if twenty sorRias brought a packet from Capt Back, WE WILLIAM B. NUTTALL a* a
is thrrp'I3iddo\\l1, that the said: : light is in times' that sam had been cxpenj the."conrcnitllcc8 .. addressed to the Colonial office, London. I candidate to represent the Territory of

L:1t.2. 47. N. Lon:. CO. 42 W. A correspondenI would not brtokcj in th Wo are happy to state that letters havo been Florida, in the 24th Congress of tho United

) from Portland, Mainr, subscribing rstimatio'i of T. P., a better p portion received Irony jhat gentleman, dated Fort I SMcs.:
'' informs that he has assigned.The" Relianceeast end of Great Slave Lake, up I.
himself" A Sailor, us, than: what already
and tho 4 h May last, when ho was preparingto are authorized to announco Colonel
erecced" to WE
the place with a frame building (
sailed large
he has often past: the ulterior of GADS DEN at a candid.
good chronometer and hf:1icfel1hat! Blunt he might have added, upon a brick and bn off to prosecute ate to represent tho Territory of Floridain' I

te correct, who lays it down in Lon SO. tone basement, of 7 fret height,)was built Ito expodi'ion.T tbe !24th Congress of the United States.
from Capt.
9. W., making a difference of 33 miles.- according to instructions from the proper packet( -
unknown friend for his attention and "slrouldit etc r reach a (loss and party's safe return, which was I II
We thank our iepartmF.it: Montreal last November are authorized to announco Colonel
well for will be as comfort. forwarded from : I WE WIIITfiu, cnndid-
to our pages, as as period of completion, SEPI M. I
nation contained in his letter, and give.' able as >y barracks in the United Stales ; cached Capt. Back on he April. ate to represent the Territory of Florida, I I
Montreal Gazette.
t publicity! to his correction, leaving ind it is extremely probable, that the first in t tho 24th Congress of the United State

ter fffally; to be settled by those it may moreimmediately atorWl1rTaicla may range"among those "des. -- of the National *
will leave it notwithstanding Our neighbor Chiluress,
concern. I date isles" upright,
.... it is sot. fast jjo-ng: to rottenness' Tanner, at Nashville, Tennessee, sterns too I TV 7"E WILLIAM arc authorizco WYATT to announce as a candid-Major
MR.\ rnxToR.-Please; to publish the enclose1 of "arcA/- incredulous as to the success of the
and decay;-altlioiigfi! its style ato ta represent tho Territory of Florida,
answer to n communication made scheme for owning a rail road from Memphis United States. 1
: terttfre"may not I he understood or appreciated'by In the 24th Congress of the
to the Naval; : and Military Jfagazino printed : "ef body from do/en ea&t.- in that state, to tho atlantic ocean.-
at the city of Washington. The observatory: which T. P'd fruitful imagination Jen. I.). P. lames has beenfor more than A. THOURON, AUCTIONIM' : '

Tlfy provocative to thisreply had an extensive : likens unto a tanctijied>! loolingbtffplrf n twelvemonth, advocating the claim?, that JOSEPH Key West. J

run of the newspapers from Bostonto should lead him to pleasant reflections t"is enterprise has upon the citizens of tho

New Orleans,and! the poor suffering soldiers from association, if he could not South, with a degreeof ardor and and abil- YAMLIV V. SHELL, ATTOMCT AT

have had all the sympathy that their perceive its utility in a military point of it), too, which would seem to carry conviction 1 LAW, Tallahaisee, Middle Florida. ;

wretched condition merited;nor is itstrangethat for purposesnf rcconn"iJllnceB: to the minds of the most unbelrev-

Uncle Sam himself is reproached, I ,.rrending sides view this unfinished edifice, there are seven inll of its ultimate accomplishment. Docs I 'ril E SUBSCRIBER respectfully in I

his men to such trials, or to encounter instead of"three or four") other"bull.dings" our friend remember the predictions that his friends and tbe public thathei.preparedlodoaUkiDdsoJtJDPRlN I ,
( -
the dreadful hardships of abidingnear uttered respecting the projects of thulate
men" have :
in officers were attention to business, I Ito
ING. He hopes by
so reckless n community. for twelve month, without Governor Clinton, of New York t He !
been quartered merit liberal
Cvil report, if it does nut travel faster, being "devoured by cockroaches, sand \Vas ao pronounced on en'bU5tUt and > a patronage.J. ATKINSON.

gets into more general circulation and mosquitoes and chigoes," having lh a man of ion'f-yct the rct.ultVa", even Key West, Nor. 1. ,

knowledge than good-:and, as it regards: foes all-sufficient, "protection ofmos uitoe bar," Moro his death: the "dreao-i" ol that iIIutrilJus .
our own Island, it seems to be a matter of and Iolico. civilian and statesman proved to befar W. A. Pitcher, ) ;
that noother than fraud a good ( We havo not > la Attachment. ;
course to suppose, and short of the reality. an vs. f I
and piracy, and things of a liko nature, During residence of two years utlily doubt of tho ulti mate success of the John Harris > .1
three months at Key West, wa have not HE defendant aid all concerned, will
can be here perpetrated An attempt to ',tterprise, of which our neighbor speaks r '
produce any other impression, is answeredby experienced the necessity of retiring" to ;;; coldly.; : It is too late in the day, to"hang take notice, that the above in suit tie Superior a" '/
rest ,with.\" goiug dorm of. the sun; on been commenced by attachment ,
out nf.Yazaretht"IVhat unbelief the wheels of
Can any good did not "cntconce the clogs of upon Court for the Southern District: of

m:iv have been once the character the contrary, the troops of mosquitoebars"until provement.-'lobiZe paper. Florida, and they ago required to appear f i

\pf this pVce I and its almost chance population themsclvti under tile oVlock protection P. Af fir the and plead to the declaration at tho next I'
does not concern us. Bu' any thing ; time Sixty years ago, a pound of cotton would term of said court. A. GORDON,
that now tends to an erroneous impression, reason, that the men required more only be extended to a thread cf 17,000 [oct. 15 13m) AU,. for PI'IPWm.

is of interest to every individual having a for recreation, ihan the regulation deferred permitted yards: not quite Un fiiileand this by clo-e ..

stake hen For the correction of such -to obtain which, tattoo: was of tho application of a man a whole day.: But II. Shaw: fvs
columns must of necessity for thirty minutes, during; that part of fine v IQ Attachment.
cotton can .
steam pound
impressions,your which that it should! be beaten by power, .
of iraplication year requires John Harris. )
be open, tithout the possibility subjected now be extended into a thn1dono hundred
at half past 8 o'clncki-nnr were wo defendant and all interested, will
part and miles long, and that with THE
on your sixty-seven has
"sandiesaid suit
to H from notice, that the above
be it annoyance
GlasAell had the responsibility, the attendance of a mere child.
Maj. attachment in the Superior
he wteof the 3ar-: chigoe to the extent implied by your been commenced by
what it migtff.of fixing West but at other Court for the Southern District of
correspondent lit Key ,
rack The consequence tint: he attachedto the south have fouQ'l them, What tune ism likely to captivate Florida, and they are required to appear

this matter, and the laborious manner in places at we insects somewhat a young lady ? A Cr tune, to be sure. and plead to the declaration at the next

which he addressed himself, to the proving, as well as a varity of other it has, beenvvitum What i U a lady' most interesting: flier term of said court. ,\. COUPON,
section juf : tioublesotac:-and lastly, 15-13m Atty. for Plf.
lS far a:6: could Lc done, what of the 'undersi egued, matri-a&c. (oct. ]
lieu knowledge
both :
would ,
the range jx'i-lt J out u. him, ?


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basis of the greater part of agricultural manure and the crop, but has the additional small opening, and this is the cause of fair,
!? From WalUe1 Circulating Library. erations. People ar*>. the less disposed to disadvantage clogging the speculation ure. The remedy' may be employed, how-
abandon the ancient practice, knowing the of the cultivators. ever delicate the pattentevea to children

AGRICULTURE IN ENGLAND.One extensive empire which it exercises over Foreigners, who only speak. of English Medical and Surgical Journal.

general idea predominates in the the working classes, and the inconvenienceof I agriculture on the faith of others, or of ,err:

English agricultural system.. It is the suppression resorting to coercion in procuring a departure what they have lead <>r might have seen on Important if true-We find. the follow. I I I I

of small farms. This idea has its from it. But in England, I repeat the great London roads, are in ecstacy in ing recipe in the credited
papers, to the
origin no less in the spirit of aristocracywith it, an enlightened experience is the handmaid relating its wonders. They are deceived Christian Advocate. \ i

which all classes are imbued, than in of that routine ; for the latter lends and deceive in turn. Without. doubt, ag Onions antidote J
an poison.
considerations of economy. Large husbandry I her toamcliorationsand impresses them riculture, in some respects, is in a very wards of ( I knew -Up.
such as it is understood and prac with the seal of her approbation. Thus perfect state; but there is still much left who wilfully took years eleven ngo grains, of a man

-tiled in England\ ,employs almost as many the plough, in partaking of the improve- undone. I do not hesitate to say, that, as in warm tea, in order to kill himself.arsenic It
hands as the smaller husbandry, but these ments which it receives in different countries a whole, English agriculture is inferior to took effect

hands are at the command of the farmers, preserves, nevertheless, its primitiveform that of Brabant, of Flanders, of the provinces exerted their immediately.skill Three physicians
who exercise over the individuals whom and the adjuncts required eitfier by of Artois and Normandy and, in to save hum but to no
and said he
they employ, an authority which extends the nature of the soil, or the habits of the particular instancesit does not bear away ;purpose, must die. By their
itself much beyond .the limits which the labourer. The same observation applies to the palm from the relative specialities of consent which person proposed onions,

nature of the relation between laborer and all agricultural implements.In France and Belgium. It presents, here were immediately applied to his sto

insist would appear to trace out. The many provinces, and more particularly and .there, beautiful masses of cultivation, mach, arm pits, wrists, and all the tender-

latter seem to assemble as many laborers as ,in lands adjacent to an abundant supplyof owing to the consolidation of fortunesthe cst parts of his body. Though lie w$
much swelled:
possible a1 a given point. Hence that per game, corn is sown in trenches made peculiar taste of certain proprietors, and immediately began to recover -
feet cultivation which might be thought with the hand, and covered over with the the union of largo capitals, all which ad and the next day went to his work,

incompatible with very large farming operations rake. It is insisted that the economy of vantages' are incidental to England in a It appealed like a miracle to all who witnessed .

but hence also the extreme misery the seed obtained by this processjoined to greater degree than to France; but a well it. I have heard of onions being

and inconceivable servitude of the peasan the augmented produce, compensates for cultivated field' is, after all, pretty much the used for the bite of a rattlesnake with good I

the increased!! expense of a system which is same in both countries. Nor does the produce success, by being applied to the wound.

try.Man is Raid to be free in England With- undoubtedly advantageous in proportion to of a given piece of agricultural land, "- -

out doubt he is so id the ere of the law, the amount of labor it procures for hands I all conditions of value being similar, differ Extraordinary birth.-A woman of the

but there are circumstances and occasions, which would otherwise remain unemplo)ed. very much in either country. Certain sys- name of Uannan, residing in the parish f

above all in the remote parts of the country English agriculture is very worthy of notice tems nf husbandry the one country,bal Kileheba! in county Mayo, Ireland has had

in which he is any thing but free. The in its endeavors to improve the breed ance the advantages or disadvantages of an six children, four daughters and two,

+ poor man lives, literally speaking, attachedto of cattle. Horses, cows, and sheep, are analogous system adopted in the other. I within these last nine months, two of whom suns

the glebe. The farmers combine, not to the special object of the farmer's attention, I shall cite, in support of this assertion, were born on the 8ih November! last. .
raise the rate of that able security that he Each has its peculiar breed tures and paddocks double parents
, not being to give county by ditches, the poor but very industrious Casthbar Tel
It shall not be obliged to have recourse tojl' which is never crossed with others. tops of which are surmounted by a hedge. egraph.

} public charity,he cannot therefore he allow Horses are bred in meadows,in the mid The English pretend to find a notable econ- I

ed toincrt'ase the charges which weigh upon dle.of which they find shelter in open stables. omy in this custom. It saves the expenseof Small game.-A Mr. Turner well
the community. Poverty thus fixes to Cows ond oxen |pass the summer infields shepherds. I have examined this point I in Vermont for his witty known
1 the soil which produces it her unfortunate and the winter in enclosed .vards.. in with intelligent farmers: and the extent was one day sayings at the bar,

victim, and he and the generations to come which they are fed with hay and turnips. and value of the ground 'devoted to these Justice Tyler,pleading when lie a made cause before Chief I

after him, have, and shall have for the future Sheep are turned, the whole year round, enclosures, and the cost of erecting them keen but playful satire which use of sumo ,

nothing better than an indefinite pros. into fields sown with turnips and trefoil. being taken into account, I have arrived at aimed at the Bench. ,The was evidently

pect of slavery and privations. They: are prevented from straying away, by tfe conviction myself, and have also con little, and endeavored call Judge winced a
to the
1 The small rlass of farmers has disap wickets and moveable paling or hurdles vinced others, that these protections of lied order bv saying, ** None ef speaker to
peared in of a to which The custom of does and ditches your small shots'
consequence system irrigation not pre ges cost three or four times here Mr. Turner." "
the great proprietors have lent themselves, vail, indeed it is not properly understood in more than the employment of shepherds. honor replied the advocate May it "please/ your

because it flattered their indolence. It English agriculture. Thereare few coun- Hence results not only a diminution of proportion, our shot we always

.. would now be difficult to find any trace of tries in which this useful practice is followed produce, but an absence of labor no less to the nature of our

this class in the midst of the general suffering though the abundance of water should prejudicial to society than to individuals.I game.

and l in the broken remnants and wreckof make it obtain every where. In general, The agricultural population has degene Solon thl

its former fortunes. To recur to the the E.iglishare either indifferent to,or they rated, from an easy condition, to a state of and orators and (people unto the sea,
system ol small farms, must be a work of misdirect the labor that should be bestowedon suffering, contemporaneously with the abolition for that the counsellors to the winds ;

care, of time, and of a conviction of its natural meadows. In this branch of of small farms, and their union with if the winds sea did would be calm and quiet,

f, utility. Meanwhile there exists the indispensable agriculture, one sees nothing, in England, large ones. The'first step towards a more The true difference not 'trouble it.

necessity to follow the system of which bears a comrarison with the practicethat rational order of things, is the gradual, a slavish between a free and
large fat ms, and to submit to all its conse obtains in France. .veil-considered return towards the system. the government is, that in the firmer,
' magistrates must consult the. voice
quences. Oxen are rarely: usedand always ill-em i best adapted to the genius of the people interest of the and

The division of fields is a part of this ployed in agricultural labor. Six are yok- I mean the system of small farms. The ter the will and people interest, of whereas in the lat

system. The estate is cut up into large ed to a plough,which could be easily draw landed proprietor will be a gainer by it, for the sole measure of the I he governors j H

masses, the centre is devoted to pasturage, by two. These animals are almost bred to there will be a greater competition for the administration.

to which are generally applied the grounds do no service. At four years old,they are letting of small farms than for that of large Pretty
surroUnding the mansion, or residence of fattened, and delivered over to the knife ot ones, and his income will be augmented in knew good.-Tip him. was a tippler Mhen
we He
the squire. In other words, the grazing the butcher. the ratio of the little value which the far was III the habit of
t ground forms the park. The limits and The rarity of land carriage may be rank. mer generally attaches to the labor of the lounging about one of the bar-rooin.*, taking : -

bounds, u well as the principal divisionsof el I among the number,and indeed as one members of his family. The small tenant every opportunity It to get liquor flee of

the property,are marked by belts of trees, of the main causes, of English agricultural will herein also find his account; for, in expense.glass was mixed was his and peculiar the way, when u
of about one hundred feet in breadth prosperity. Neither the the giving back of .the purchaser
men nor a higher rate of rent for a certain extent turned
C ided lengthways by a path, which diV-1 animals employed :in cultivating the earth, of land than the larger fanner, (who shly off Tip, to drain his glass and slip
fur the common purposes of felling and participate in this branch of industry. It would join that portion to .en others of tho came in.' lie immediately
.i thought of a trick and
the timber for exercise is not so in France. Whatever value left his biandy upon
moving and for prejudicemay same ,) he would obtain by his own the bar while he
sporting. The trees are generally of the be the result of husbandry, the hobcof and his children's labor, and by the effectsof stepped 'to the door. On
returning the
fir and alpine species,and are planted young a profit suffices to induce the farmer to i|postpone a minute and careful cultivation, an claimed saw glass empty, and e.x-

and very near each other. They are guar- the cultivation which the land re abundant equivalent for the increase of his kill "Brandy and opium et< ,
forty IVI
ded from the cattle by shallow ditches;on I quires. Hence arise delays, inconveniences rent. Social order is no less interested in had men o drank that poison I
the opposite side of which are hawthorn and what is worse, the loss of agricultural this question; for, if once solved, there stammered prepared he.h Tip You was {fi' ightencd' I,'

hedges, protected by light paling. This habits. In England, on the contrary, would be an end of that subaltern. aristocracy Brush. are a dead man,"
mode of plantation, adopted, moreover, in the husbandman is never turned from the always dangerous, always disposed says What shall I do ?' said Tip.
"Down with
not devoted to business in hand and the to be a pint of lamp oil) !"answered
t spots a more profitable husbandry sedentary life jealous of those above it, and to turn Brush-and
especially in the small ends and which he leads, fosters the taste for the species its irreflective massess cgainst in down went the pint of oil, and

angles where tlife plough cannot penetrate, of labor which agriculture requires. matter what hands authority is power placed., no plingtoo.Tip not only. got over the poison, but tip

presents numerous advantages. It is economical The appearance of:.the rural habitations Another resource presents itself; but

offers vast reserves at a small ex- is the samo as in France; but though the ; how manyprrjudtccshow many ill-under ;
penre, affords shelter to corn and cattle against number and extent of the dependent buildings I stood and obstinate interests raise themselves Mortality.-NT. c par, professor at

the inclemency of the seasons ; be much less in England, when com- up against its adoption Who in Berlin, has published a series of'bserva-

serves as an asylum to game, favors the pared with those of the former country, England would venture to call for the en lions, tending to show the comparative Ion-
breed and'render shooting less toilsome. still there is a greater intelligence display closure of waste commons 7 Who would gevity persons employed in different oc-

It cannot be sufficiently recommended,and ed in the orderly disposal !and arrangementof i have the courage to assume such a I cupations. The result of the whole is,
respon that of
might be very profitably introduced into each object, and a more obvious clean sibility ? And, yet what advantages would one hundred clergymen fotty-two
t France. Perhaps the substitution of seed !liness than on the other side of the Straits. follow in its train What an increase of .1 reached the age of seventy; of 100 farmers

plots would answer just as well for plantation Farm houses are often built planks, painted labor and of produce What a means to 40; of 100 military men, 32; of 100

as the always more expensive processof whiteor pitched and tarred over; sometimes fix upon the soil, to reconcile with society law'ers,29i 25. In order and of 100 physicitjs, only
obtaining young trees from nurseries. in brick or stone,with roofs thatched, a population uncertain of its future condi to arrive more accurately at
the result
Generally, in England (but there are ne- tiled, or slated. Compact earth, prepared tion, unquiet and always ready to place confined his observations to
er'he\ws numerous exceptions,) the farms as it is in France, is little used in England. itself in hostility against the of physicians in practice, excluding such as
are well cultivated. It is usual to make a Owing to the agricultural habits of Eng the country. property were in a considerable degree occupied by

division. of the fields! every four years. land, many buildings are not required. This the sciences,connected with that of medi-
The English system does not readily With the exception of horses, all animalsare the progressive course would afford a remedy to cine, such as naturalists, surgeons, &c.
lend itself to the of kept in the ail in misery agricultural
system permanent arti open summer as well laborers<<;>> and to the evils
ficial meadows You only trefoil andMllnfviln as in winter. The harvests. of whatever which menace Apirate.Capt.. Newsum
see of the
...........u.V"in lanja...u.a_tutu.kt.l _wouia I I Dear notning.. nature,arc stacked. The coin is not carried society the great; a proprietors.remedy which Its is in the hands of : Brilliant, (arrived at Norfolk on the 19th
else. into the barn till the adoption would inst.) from
operation of neither require expensive sacrifices dif Tampico, informs, that soon
: threshing is to be commenced. If this mode ficult combinations nor after leaving that place, they chased
Farming were
systems Infinitely vary; in truth, of ,directed as it would be
cultivation is carried on more b) local custom preserving it saves the expense of the by personal interest, the best guide to con- for twenty-two hours by the piratical schr

than by systems; and one may say that necessary of barns outlay for the building and repair sult in such an emergency.) Caroline of Tampico, which sailed three
English agriculture ia the result of a rea- ,it nevertheless superinducesa days previous, with a knowledge the
toned and perfected routine. employing greater annual expense than the Brilliant had a large quantity of specie

this expression I wish to be complimentary, interest of the money required for such a Immediate relief tiftooth 8160,000 on board. During the chase the

persuaded as I am that the E.iglisb farming building fund, when the cost of hand tabor an observes, that the application achf.Dr.Ry.of B. was compelled to throw over her deck

is a compilation of observations not dige which the stacking and unstackmg of nitric acid to a carious tooth pure load and part of her cargo of ,flJ 5tic.
the corn the loss and procures al .'
? deterioration \,
.ted in the mind of any one, a code result grain,and the the most immediate relief of tooth aclie and
facility afforded
ing from an order of things existing to incendiaries face ache, without Persons of
no are taken into producing the slightest a higher rank live in a kind of
loager,or which has only become ticious, Farming offices are account. pa.n.. The acid must be applied to every splendid poverty, and are perpetually wan
becauso the required modifications had 'I generally built round part of the decayed because
a square court, in which the surfaceand care taken ting instead acquiescing in the
\ worked too slowly. I therefore think that cattle are in- not to let it touch the
closed cheek pleasures of life
I the very short time gum, ,lips, or they endeavor to
during which
custom serve as the starting point, I they are prevented from apparel. The mouth should be washed outlive one another in shadows and
.. and that grazing. ap.
by after
consulting her with wisdom theapplication with
No fixed tepid water. It pears nccs.
j and discernment, she will be found to offer system,dependent on the local. is much easier to Let
touch man's
'ua ful rules of conduct fu ity of particular! ; parts T a farm, aDd in1Iu.ent"lng lower than the the teeth in the a estate be a at it will, hea is
ambitious preferable to the mode of agricultural l upper jaw; but I have nev- poor man that does not l tfte within it,and
those theories which in agricut- operation, er known a single instance sells
in naturally
in himself
prevails England. Jr which tho : to any one that can
'tii a especially, eventuate in the ruin of many counties, acid was fairly tried him his
the house the andcompletely give price
is in centre of the farm applied
those who insanely! allow themselves to be in to the decayed surface
others and the without
carried into the adoption of them. greater number, it forms : almost immediate relief procuring
A fettled routine is then part of a Tillage,and thus not only renders and without any lie who
in When the premeditatedly his
England,the Blow and pain. upper teeth are diseased resigns reason
expensive tho
transport of the it is very difficult to touch the nerve in a, to from, is actually the want guilty of reason Of all| that jje is j-tibe