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 22, 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: UF00049046:00007

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NOVE5IBER 22,1834. NUMBER 0.

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pilot, at least six miles from the light bouseon hope from theirunitcd skill and experience, PROPOSALSFOR
THE ENQUIRER.EDITED tho Island of Key West. to be ablo to give full satisfaction to all who
with order
:'- --= Sec. 5. Bo it further enacted: That all may The favor introduction them of machinery in placeof PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST,

AND PC BUSHED suits and prosecutions provided for in this the tedious and unhealthy practice of A NEWSPAPER
act,shall be had in the Superior Court of casting typo by hand longa desideratum by
BY ATKINSON. the County aforesaid, or before tho Judgo the Eurepean and American Founder,was. To cc ENTITLED TBS

thereof in Chambers.Sec. That the by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure KEY WEST ENQUIRER.
TERMS.-Five Dollars per annum. .6. Be of time and money, on the part of our .,
be allowed
fees and rates of pilot -
at the rate of following ago senior partner, first successfully accomplish
inserted first for HE UNDERSIGNED beg leave respectfully
ADVERTISEMENTS to each and pilot, piloting f
every letter T
I for ed. Extensive use of the machine cut
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square Cents and conducting a ship or vessel in or out,, has tested and established its superiority to offer prcpoiitioo to this
first insertion, and Seventv-Five I Fecf. Second fully enlightened public to
the ore: any partof the Florida in particular, over that cast publish weekly
each subsequent continuance. !,, Iy.from any part of the raid Reef to the port by the old process.every newspaper under the nbovc title. It shall

: _M of Key Westor to Indian Kej. or thirdly The Letter Foundry business will hereafter be principally devoted to Commercial ,

of Mariners generally, I through either of the channels leading into be carried on by the pasties before : telligence-party controversy shall be rn- \'
Tor the from the Collector the I the port or harbor of Key West aforesaid, named under the firm of WhiteHagar&co. firrJW excluded. !

we have procured schedule of the situation of the I to wit. for every foot of water which of such dot Their specimen exhibit a complete series The undersigned is fully aware of tho
following the two
Florida shore ship or vessel may draw, sum Diamond to 14 line Pica. The Book .
louses along the for which such pilot difficulty of the task he is about to tinder-
Light and for day
lars, every modern
and New being in the most :
under supcrintencc. bo detained ot employed on board sncb type take, and in consideration of his want of
LIGHT.-Stationary of two dol light style. lias obtained the offer of
FLORIDA further
CAPE Bis ship or vessel, the sum White, Hagar & Co. are agents for the experience polite .,
of Key
Situated on the South side assistance from friends whose and ;
from (the beach Ian. sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses age
cayne, about 400 yards considered 70 feet above Sec. 7. Be it further enacted.' That every' which they can furnish to their customers qualifications render them competent to ,
The Light may be distant from the gulf vessel' bound either to Indian Key or to Key at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, the task. For his own part, !lit' pledges I,

the level of the miles.sea, Vessels drawing 10 West except a licensed "'reclnng'fOssel.,, Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every himself, that, so fcr as hip health and J

stream about 7 within! 2 1.2 miles of the and refusing to receive a pilot on board, article used in the Printing Business, kept strength will permit-the public may rely t
feet may approach said six miles respectively for sale,and furnished on the shortest notice '
25 47 N-Long. 80 42 W. shall, spoken by pilot upon the utmost regularity in tho publication
Lat. i
light aforesaid in for neat ",
Is situatedon from Indian Key or Old type tak""n exchange of the I''
Lldl SHIP FLORIDA- from the said Light House on the Island of 9 cents per pound. I pn per.
Carysford's Kect near the site of the West, be neverthelessand it is hereby N. B. Newspaper Proprietor who give Great pains: will be taken to obtain the j
W. Key
i 1 lone, in Lat. 25 08 N.Long. 80 distinct 27 made subject to pay full rates of pilotage as the above three insertion, will be entitled I earliest and most correct intelligence of

It i h easily distinguished, is two be though such pilot had been taken on board, to Five Dollar in such articles as they may Wrecks and Wrecked Property, und also :

lights arc shown, which 12 can miles.generally! Its object but if oot spoken more than three mica! re* select from our specimen.New reports of vessels passing near the Florida .III I
seen at the distance I spcctively from the abovementioned places, York, 1633. Ilecf.
the dangerous
is to warn vessels which from it is placed. I then and in case of such refusal ns aforesaid (ErGcNTLEttKN: friendly to the. undertaking II
shoals near and PROSPECTUSor
rocks and WEST LIGHT-Stands on the I he shall be liable to pay half pilotage will please receive subccript'o! and !I
KEY no more. TUB:
of Key West, forward the names to tho Editor noon os I
the enacted no
9. West Point of See. 8. Be it further SAVANNAH MERCURY.A .
h in Lat. 2433 1-2 N.-Long.Cl 62 1-2 fees shall he demandable for piloting and 1 possible. I
\V. ; erected for the purpose of guiding vessels conducting any vcssciif' the same bo spoken DAILY MORNIWO PAPER, J. ATKINSON. ,
when entering the harbor ; the directions at aless distance than three miles from the Devoted to Commerce Agriculture-Politic October 1, 1831.MIRROR ;
foe which are as follows : Bring the light house aforesaid, or from Indian Key, *-Literature-and General'
Hghl to boar N. N. W. and the and KeyLight provided',that this IccticD shall not beheld Intelligence. OF MIRTH.
to bear W. S. W. and you cross the to extend to any vessel \going or coming To be edited and published in the city of I I
Reef in about 5 fathoms water; run lor Key through the northwest passage of the harbor Savnnnoh, Ceo, ; A IIV lonOV8 PERIODICAL.One .
West Light nntil within two miles, then of Key West, when spoken at the distance BY WM. BALDWIN HARRISON. of tho cheapest Publication in tbe

steer N. W. until you open Fleeming's Key of two miles and a half from laid light presenting to the public tho prospec- United State
-which i fa a Mangrove Island in the north. Lmusc. IN of thc Savannah Mercury, a just regard I THE publication or the above named pe
orn part of the harbor and then run for it. Sec 9 Be further enacted, That in for the feeling of tbote TO expect to will be commenced on Thu n-
is in the upper part of of vessel refusing 31st init, The publisher is delf,-
The best anchorage the event ofany master a serve, as well as a compliance which time nni very
of the Light House his services the amount having all the names of the lubscribcv
the harbor. Height to pay any pilot for Gas sanctioned, render it necessary to givea
from the level of tho tea 83 feet 6 inches. offecs herein before provided, such pilot brief synopsis of the principles which shall forwarded r.revious to that time as lie will

Light Station rr. may, at discretion, sue out from the of govern us in our editorial duties-We are positively' work on that day.
SAD KEY I.IGHT-Revolving once fico of the clerk of said court an attach. \impressed! with the belief, that in a government The number names already received,
in 54 seconds. It is tho best I light: on the neat returnable immediately to the said like ourtbo preservation of the Lib fully justifies the issuing of the publication; I
4 S. from Key West Light. thereof Chambers, their and the first number will bo forwarded to
coast: ; SV by court,or to the Judge ertic of tile People mainly depends on {]
l.at.1 26 N-Long- 81 57 W., situated aga-nst. the vessel piloted spoken' which virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and the many person ,who have not tubicribed, 'j I
directly on the Reef. The Light 70 feet 'ourt or tho said Judgo in Chambers, ball dissemination of sound political knowledge i but who have lignified their intention of if

aUovc the sea.T011TUGAS. summarily and without jury, proceed to examine among: them, and being actuated by a tin doing *o,if the work should meet tbeir ex> \|
1.lonT-Stationary-od into the facts and law of the case, cere desire to advance tbe causo of State pectation I
one of the Dry Tortngas Islands near the I and decide accordingly to its merits but if Rights and Constitutional Liberty,we shall : The price will be one dollar a year, pay I
western extremity of the Reef, iu Lat. 24 I the said vessel so assisted. or spoken. .. shall support the doctrine of the State Rights able on the receipt of the first cumber
Ul N.-Long. U3: 10 W. not be within the jurisdiction- onto court- ---- Party of Georgia, a*set forth in the Virginia and where five responsible name are cent, t
--- --- the said court or Judge in Chambers shall a;,d Kentucky Resolutions of 179899and the sixth copy shall be furnished grati*.*
\N ACT to provide fur tho appointment rules ot and may on the return of the attachment, which were so triumphantly maintained Letter containing one name mint be pott I
of Pilots, and to regulate the and for proceed in like manner, EX-PARTE, and de by the State of Georgia in 1825-6, itnd '7 ; paid.
Pilotage at the port of Key West, cide accordingly. and thereby assist in perpetuating the inestimable A*the circulation will be very extensive,

other purposes.Sec. ( Passed Feb. 15,1834. blessings we enjoy under our present the publisher will print a cover for tbe Mirror .
1. De It enacted by the Governor of JOHN WARREN, form of government, and which arc ,providing a tufflcient advertising pat J
Mil Lejidativn onncil of the Territory Council. each ball be bestowed. Advertisementsrill
of Pres. Legislative guaranteed unto "*,so long as department
) "l'luridaThat from and after the passage Approved Feb. 15,1834.TYPE of her is kept within its legitimate inserted co ipicaouily on the covert
this act,the Governor of the said Territory """ sphere of action. We are in favor of a the usual rate Merchant and other
'l>e and ho is hereby authorised, by and with FOUNDRY tact construction the Constitution-and who advertise by the year, will be entitled
the advice and content of said Council, during II AVING Purchased of Mr. RICHARD opposed to all system which have for theIr to one square, renewable every month, for
& its annual sessions,to appoint such number nON ALDSON his long established and object tbe taxing of the many for the benefit five dollar.
for the port and harbor of Key extensive Foundry, the titbscri* Gentlemen wbo will furnish
of Pilots very Type of the few, or of laying restriction upon regularly o ,
West, and the adjacent coast in a northeasterly 'iers have formed a co-partnership for the Commerce' or domestic indu try-and shall rigioal Lumorou article wbicb ball be approved
direction from saiJ city, and the extreme purpose of continuing said business,and for roiut all encroachments by the Federal by the editor will bare the publication -
northern limits of the County of Mon the convenience: of their friends and pat Government on the right of the State and sent to them without charge. I

roc,as hcmaydecm necessary, expedient roes,have removed their establishment to amore the liberties the People. But whilst we Address LYNDE ELLIOTT, i
and advisable, provided the numberso appointed central part of the city. As it is theirintention thu express our preference for the principle Bel AIr, Hartford County, Md.
in one year shall not exec eo to keepon hand good assortment
any *of the State Right Party of Georgia,
( twelve. o f the best type, and to make such additions we shall support that party only to long asthey OTJCfl-D, order 01 the HonorableJames
Sec. :. Be it further enacted That such And improvements as tho taste of the trade adhere to those principle*,-oar motto ,. 1"1 Webb, Judge of the Southern
pilots so appointed, before entering: on tho. ind the wants of the country require, they being emphatically Principle: *, not men," Judicial District of Florida,notice i* hereby -
discharge of their duties as suclushall eac'become !fatter themselves that this establishment and our ambition to do and sustain rigbt.A given to Jurors Witneue*, parties litigant j
bound in an obligation with one or vill merit a large share of patronage. They we design' making Mercury a vehicle and all other persona concerned tnatthe I
more good anJ sufficient securities, to he lave now several fonts! on hand, which canto of gcn information to all classes of the Superior Court for this District wbJcbto J '
approved of by tho board of wardens, or a tarnished at a few hours notice, and are ccmmuoity, we shall at aU time endeavor by law set for tbe first Monday of Nov. I I
majority of them,for the port and harbor aforesaid prepared to make fonts ol all weight and to present to our patrons, regardless of la 1834. is postponed until the fint Monday ft t
in the sum of one thousand dollars, sizes from Pearl to 22 line Pica, includinga boror expense, the latest Commercial and December 1834,at wbicb time they willtend. ipt. t a I
conditioned fur the faithful, diligent, and great variety of 'rnameutal Letter.- Political Intelligence, both Foreign and TIIOS. EABTIN, U. 8. M. ,
able performance of their duties.which bond Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes, Bras Domestic ; with a* great a variety of Literary South.J. Di*. of Florida. I
when executed shall immediately be placedon Uule, and other ornaments will be found to and Miscellaneous matter,a* our Urnit By JOS. A. THOUKON, D. M.snbal's .
file in the office of the Clerk of the Superior be very extensive, of which specimen will will permit. Our columns will remain Office, Key Welt, '
Court ofsaid County,at the proper cost be forwarded to Printers as sooo as they open to the temperate discussion of any October, 1834._[ol-tf) I

of such pilot. can be prepared. subject connected with tbe public food,excluding .1-
Be it further enacted, That in Printing Presses of every description, all scurrillity and personal ipleeo. T liE SUBSCRIBER rctpectfully
Sec,3. unfaithfulness, insobriety Printing& Ink of the most approved <*jalitie., In 1ue, whatever will be productive of*peedily form hi* friend and the public, that
any event of the of pilot, he shall Composing Sticks Brass Galles, Imposing rendering beneficial the varied natural be U prepared (o do all kinds of JOB PRIN. r rTINO.

criminal negligence of twenty any respectable Stones' Case, Paper and Press Board,t advantage of our State, ele vat DC the commercial He hope bj attention to bminett, ,

upon the of petition said ,any or of a majority of the Standing Presses, Furniture, together with character of our city, or melioration to merit a liberal patronage._ u i t I
citizens city assortment of all articles used and condi J. ATKINSON.W. '
board of wardens so appointed to the a complete the moral social political
laM Governor to that effect.be removed from of- in a Printing Office will be kept constantly tion of our people,will meet with our ardentand Key West, No,. 1. ', 1
agaiostby on band. humble support
fice.and besides ho proceeded I
may fonts suitable for Bookbinders, A. Pitcher
in of muderneanor Small ,
indictment,and at on conviction ordinary cases, fined in a sum in great variety, may be bad when called CONDITIONS. n. 1 la Attachment. .

exceeding one thousand dollars, to beasesiel for. The Savannah Mercury wilt be published John Harrii, J j
not by a jury, and shall moreover be Orden from all parts of the Union will be daily throughout the year, on a super royal THE defendant and concerned will
suit on behalf ofany party aggrieved promptly and most carefully attended to, beet, at Seven Dollar per annum, payable notice, that the above wit ki I
liable to a
bond so as hereinbefore provided, and particularly in supplying SORT for all semi-anaually In advance. been commenced by attachment la the Superior d
on executed the by him. foot furnished by their predecessor*, Dine Tbe Mercury for the wintry will be pub Court for the Southern District' of !
V to be ny & Ronaldson, and Richard Ronaldton. lobed to meet arrangement of tbe mail. Florida, and they are required to appear. i (
Sec. 4. Be it rllrtber enacted,That irany Stereotyping in all its branches,executed three time a week at the office of tie Da and plead to the declaration at tae next I
person except such as may Lave been appointed by L. Johnson u heretofore. vonah Mercury, and will be tent to all term of said coort. A. GORDON !
as aforesaid,and have compliedwith JOHNS-'N & SMITH. part of the Union,delivered ia tie City, [oct. IS lam) Atty. for Pitt>> j jWei. J I

all the conditions specified in the second sec No. 6, George St. Philadelphia 1833. at Four Dollar per annum, payable advance ,
tion of this act shall charge any compensation 05rPublisben of Newspaper who insert or Five at the expiration of aix '" .: ';
for service*he may perform as pilot,bo this advertisement, and forward a paper month It will contain all the IcuWCCDee. II. ShaW,( ,1
shall be doemed guilty of high misdemeanor, containing it to J. & 8. will be entitled to Commercial, Political Literary aad Ilia w ( la ttacfcmeot' .
and on conviction thereof, shall be fined in $3, payable in settlement of their account ceHaneou*, including advartbemesU, pob Jolla Harris. i
.) a turn not exceeding treble the amount of wben their bill amount to not lea than 110. luhed in the daily paper. THE defendant, tad ut iatereMed, will
compensation received by him to be asses J. & 8. Advertisement, will be coospieaooaly{a* notice that tbe" above aWe baa
.ej by ajury ) provided that this act shall ertedia both ,al'' CUll per iquare feeea coapeoced by attaebment la the Superior
pP.. WHITE It WILLIAM HAGAR, papen District of
to Lb. 6owtbera
the muter or mary Court ?
not be held to attend to PriDunor fourteen lines, for the flnt iaaertiea,
w.rof an licaued wrecking vessel, on ESPCCTFULLY IDormthe and a half COb,for eaca toe Florida sad they are required, to appear .
the United State, to whom tbey have the declaration .t the Mat
he Florida Re-.f.on board of any such wreck ceeding publication sad plead to
which Ion been individually known u ettablnbed of said CClUrt.6.. GORDON,
lag vejuel,Oren board of any vessel '. ; AU coenmuaicatiocs bjf marl B9tt be term
such vessel Letter Founder*.Out they have now form. (tGC. W13sij AUI. tot P1'
been soy
vUv buuaei tod pottpai4.
19fo cutaway feu tJCOIt sea.by.a regular I, ed a co-Bartacrkfiip j fa said ,

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diminish nervoulirrltability and In.
; no instance
11 j 1 of education, especially
po} RY. We be the friends
: has it failed lo cure the doforoux._
THE BIRD and teachers to view
r parents 4th. To cutaneous eruption
promote and
A correspondent of a respectable Quaker A LAMP.NT.: matter in this light. Let children look up- remove diseases of the skin. 5th. ']'0 re

i publication called The Friend, in Philadelphia There was an eye whose partial glance on the pictures, not to as study pictures them.merely Whatcan ; move the effects of Mercury and lead from
be taught
anecdote of a humming bird be more dropsical effusions. 7th. To relieve diffi.
: There was an ear that heard untired lessons than a good engraving 7
Sometime in the seventh month of lie of culty of breathing, and hence to cure asth
When others spoke in praise me : After this brief explanation of our prmcioles -
and other diseases of the
present year, one of my family caught a and we ask the co-operation mas, and
purposes. 8th. To the
t There was a heart time only taught Will lungs. strengthen stomach,
small humming bird, which appeared quite of nil 'vbo receive this circular. you
With warmer love for me to burn- in this great work, and impart a tone to the digestive organs,
debilitated t tot want of food We presented aid us by yourinfluence
with its
I A heart wlieiieer from home I roved i of mind and character tar the and cure dyspepsia consequent dig-
mixed formation
t it with 8omesu (and cream together the orders 9th. To the
Which fondly pined for my return: i generation Will you assist us all in healiag of
r' J which it sucked up With avidity, after rising endeavors to introduceto scrofulous and chronic ulcers. 10th. To
1 which it restored to liberty. In the breathed Tour power, in our and rheumatic
was There was a lip which always American schools, parlors, and firesides remove gouty paint and
i course of'a short interval again made its E'en short farewells in tones of sadness; the stories and lessons of Parleys Magazine swellings from the: joints, and cure Lumbago -

l appearance, was taken in the hand, and a There was a voice whose eager sound Every single number of the new volume Sciatica, &c.11th.The .

mixture of sugar and water made into the My welcome spoke with heartfelt gladness; will have a strong paper cover, abundantly Quincy-the bath has never

consistence syrup, was poured into the sufficient/ to preserve the work in good order failed to relieve it. 12th The Croup. It

corolla ef the .trumpet honey suckle from There was a mind whose vigorous power for binding, and for use in schools. may be regarded as a specific. 13th. The t

which it eagerly extracted it. From this On mine its own effulgence threw, The yearly subscription being one dollar looping Cough. Givesgreat relief. 14th.:

time forward it becamoquitc familiar and And called my humble talents forth, our friends will perceive the impracticability The Measles. No instance of death Las taken

dozen times While thence its dearest joys it drew;, of keeping open so many thousand accounts. placehen the bath has been employed.15th. .
would come a a day or more to
It is therefore indispensable that To prevent and cure discharges of
r be fed. After fluttering for a few secondsat There was a love which for rnv weal we should require payment always in ad- blood from the lungs, and other internal

the door or window to attract notice, it With anxious fears would overflow; vance. organs. 16th. To cure acute and chronic

would alight on the limb of n neighboring Which wept,which pray'd for me and sought Two numbers more will close the first inflammations, the bath when judiciously

tree or rose bush, until its food was prepar From future ills to guard-but now!- year, apd we now give notice that :all who medicated is a certain specific 17th. To

edfor it, and then upon calling"Feet, Peet"it that desire to continue the Magazine ,may signify cure Gout in all its forms, in a shorter period -
That is clos'd and deaf ear
would dart in a straight line with the ve- eye their intentions by a seasonable advancefor of time than any agent hitherto used-
of to receive it. We That lip and voice are mute forever,, the second ,ear. 18th. The bath has never failed to cure the "
locity an arrow
gen And cold that heart of anxious love,. should Morbus. 19th.
not Cholera Intermittent
If any of the subscribers receive (or
crony filled two or three of the tubes of the
Which death alone from me could sever;. all their numbers,they can requestthe agues) typhus, and continued fevers ; the
honey suckle with the syrup, which it extracted post master to notify us of such as are bath relieves and cures without the necessity !-

while on the wing, buzzing around And lost to me that ardent mind, missing, and, b.eysh.lI be sent again free of of blood letting. SOtti. Insanity. In

t the flower held in our hand, and inserting Which lov'd my varied tasks to see ; charge. no case Las Mr. Whitlaw failed in restoring ,

its bill, which was about three fourths of an And oh of all the praise I gain'd, Ten topics free of postage. to a sane state, patients put under his treatment -

inch in length, from which it protruded its His was the dearest far tome! (Q3'To accommodate as8ociationsschools ; and the proprietor of this establishment -

tongue, at least half an inch longer,' with Now I unlov'd uncheer',. aloneLife's individuals, for the distribution, we will ate authorized by him to say, that all
1 which it sucked up the liquid. wilderness tread deliver at any post pffice- in the United cases of insanity can be cured by his system

(, This generally sufficed it, but sometimes who dreary heals the broken must heart States, free of postage, ten. copies to one when there is no malformation. 21st. IJ r--
Till He drophobia. This dreadful whichup
address dullarsremiU
satisfied but for ten to us
it did would
not appear repairto In mercy bids me join the dead. out cost LILLY, WAlT & CO. to the present time has defied the skill of I
its resting place and wait until the flowers
the medical practice, has been
Boston Feb. 15. successfully
were again filled, when upon being O Thou! who from thy throne on high, treated by Mr. Whitlaw, and also in a number

called it would return and finish its repast. Cun heed the mourner's deep distress; CHEAP, VAIUABLE.AND INTERESTING WORK of cases by the physicians and surgeons

But, if, after flying to its perch it wiped its O Thou I who hear'st the widow's cry, The Family Physician and Gazette // who have adopted his system. 22d. Palsy

i bill on the limb, we were then assured it Thou! father of the fatherless! man Life, It gradunlly relieves. 22d.:: It has provedan

, wanted no more at that time, all the solicitations Though now I am a faded leaf Being a Library of Health and Hygenie, I eflec4ualcure for cancer (io its incipient

: 'w')could make would have no other That's sever'd from tho tree and of Popular and' Geqeral :lIedicalDledge" stages) eneltY pilascurvyPaintcrs' choke
parent spinal affections, palpitation of the heart
il rendered familiar ,
effect than to hasten its departure. In tho to every I
And thrown tideLife's inflammation of the
upon a stormy -- individual eyes, fits, stiff neck,
course of half an hour it would bo back awfu) tide tbat leads to thee; with: embracingevery the<< prevention,subject treatment connected I nettle rash, jaundice ulceraticn of the:

again after more food, and if the memberof throat, liver complaints.scald head and St.
and of diseases the ,
Still Lord! tho voice of cure qualities of
the family to whom he applied was engaged ,gracious praise Vitus' Dance.
good and ill effects
and not ready to attend to hko,. he Shall spring spontaneous from my breast; health-the ingredients of secret or patent on- *?,* The bath,will be open from 9 o'clock

would try over and over again to excite Since, though I tread a weary wa), medicines-the true principles of eat A. M. until 5 P. M.

attention, by flying into different apartmentsof I trust that he I mourn is blest.PARLEY'S ing and drinking, or-eating and drinking EDWARD GLOVEIt.nov.13tf .

the house, and buzzing within a few inches to he-dome.shc' cookery-chemistry- [ )

of our faces. Peet's solicitations and a great variety of curious, valuable --

generally succeededas the younger branches MAGAZINE. and interesting knowledge,of the highcstImportance 1
Circular to Parents Teachers School! Com- List of Letters
of the family to all and hitherto hidden
; generally delighted mittees, and all who feel an interest in the from the mass of mankind. the Post! Office at Key
; in attending to him. He appeared to be REMAINING
improvement of youth. Contributed to by a number of practising ., day of October 1U-
j 1 more fond of syrup when made thick, than T is not quite a year since Parley's 'Magazine Physicians 34, which if not taken, out within t'urce

any other food which was oifcted to him.- I [ was commencedduring that short The object of this work is to present months, mllb sent to the General Post Office
If it was too much diluted, after sipping a period the number subscribers have increased subject connected with diseases' as dead letters.B. .
and its
t little he would fly in his resting place and to 20,000, and the work has received treatment which, by its simplicity and .-Bethel, James, Bn!hnel, II, C. '

wait until it was alte'red.V c also at times everywhere, the most unqualified ap spicuity of its details, shall enable all per who ClarkGeorgeCounty Court,JudgeM -

gave him sugar and cream, \viie and water probation. It has found its way to thous- wish, to be thoroughly informed thjs most -.MeKane, Tblly, McDonald, J. P. \

mind with sugar, and once some honeyobtaintd.frumahumblebee's ands of families, and while it has enteredthe interesting and important of sciences. McKinnc, Ann Martini It. W.
social circle its unobtrusive lessons N-Neill, Frederick.
nest whichit advantages of such a publication to
,to treat with have, we trust, often had a salutary influence all' ranks of society need not be insisted P--Park Ezekiel 2
contempt. R
on the juvenile mind and heart. It -Roberts, Joseph
on, since they, must themselves
suggest to
,Sometimes.when be was fluttering around has also found its way to the school room ; reflecting mind S-Stone, L. M.TTillinghast .
every Under the influence
the flower held outside of the door way, a and many classes of pupils have been cheered of the diffusion of sound medical'know- D' r. 2

1 stranger of the same species, having less twice a month by the welcome voice of ledge among all classes, empiricism mpst be PATTERSON, P M.

confidence m human nature, would dart at tho teacher bidding them to lay aside, for a disarmed of the dangerous weapons with Persons calling.foe letters will please sax

the little f fellow and drive him away, as if few days, the class book which they have which it wars so successively against the life whether they arc advertised

{t f anxious for him to escape from so perilous read over and over, perhaps twenty times, of man; the abusive employment of medi- [o223w]

1 < a situation. But it only had a momentary and read the pages of Parley's Magazine cines so.baneful to health, will give! place to I
The demand for the work, to be used in
the rational
t1 h, effect on our little friend,as he would return schools, is rapidly increasing. administration of remedial are authorized to announce Colonol
\ and the
t agents scientific and
with as confiding nn assurance of safety as Encouraged by such uneaempledsuccess, experienced WILLIAM B.. NUT 'I'ALL as! a
physician will be aided in his
: j"i before. His little twittering noise! and the publishers have renolved.. to render it the efforts to alleviate candidate to represent1 the Territory of
Ii&f averted eye, as he momentarily withdrewhis still more worthy of so liberal a patronage ing that can sufferings add to the utility humanity of the, Noth work Florida,in the 24tb Congress of the United

bill from the flower, appeared to say and not to remit their exertions till they see shall be neglected. The principles of. diet States.

"surely thou wilt not hurt me,." After he it introduced into families and schools, and regimen shall be explained, and their
i st are authorized to
throughout the whole length and breadth of WE announce Colonel
Ii. bad visited us day application eaforced. The
t ; ; every so frequently for the United States.In ingredients of JAMES GADS DEN as a candid-
'. t.1 about three weeks, and had lien admired this view they have secured new aid secret remedies malaria shall be given apd the whole ate to represent the Territory of Floridain

t .J>y numerous persons, he disappeared on in the editorial department. The late editor subject and medica shall.be discussed the 24th Congress of the.United States. '

,the 11th oi last month, being fed about the of the Juvenile Rambler, who in addi- explained lucid and simple style. )

I'. middle of the day, which was the last lime tion to his qualifications as a writer for the to.OTA the:: writerof premium.the of.best$JOO will not be awarded are authorized to announce Colonel
j. be was seen. AS the wild humming birds, young, has the advantage of many years ex- ing-20 pages octavo}OH essay the vantages( to WE JOSEPH: M.. WHITE as a cnndid

t\vbichw, quite numerous before, disappeared perience as a teacher, will henceforth assist the community of tbe general diffusion of ate to.represent the Territory Florida,

4 i about the same time, it is probable in conducting. medical knowledge., The essays are to be in the 24th Congress( the United Statcs.WE .

: ho accompanied them to more southern regions. such We volume propose to present in the progress of direoted,post paid, tathe editor, in all of
great variety interesting
a As we were on terms of the June next.
most .
important topics, among which are the following are authorizeo to announce Major
I :friendly kind,it is hoped our little traveller : The award of the premium will depend WILLIAM WYATT a candidate ,

j will again revisit usj,after he has finished K Natural History, of beasts, bird, fishes upon the decision of seveial eminent phys te represent the Territory of Florida,

his perignnations; among,theflpycrs of the reptiles insects, plants, flowers, trees, Wans, in the 24th Congress of the Uhited States.

r oath,aa it is very doubtful,whether he will the human frame,tic. 03 Editors.postmasters and others,. are

find them as sweet aa he- did.the honey II. Biography ; especially for the young. respectfully invited to act as agents Any In the Superior Court of the Souther Judicial
wt uckles of Delaware county. M. M. Geography t accounts of pi tees,manners person who remits ten dollars will hive ten District -
customs &c. copies forwarded him. Persons of Florida
; 1IL ,:..] I IV. Travels and Voyages { in various one dour will have eight numbers.senU- Richard Roberts,. \.
of the world. All distant vs.. r
: parts communications to,be addressed
0l Agenerour act-A gentleman at New V. Lively descriptions of the curiosities to the editor, No. 6 Cortlandt street- ---New---- 57 Bales of Cotton pickIn Admiralty.ed .
,(id. Orleans, not remarkable for his liberality, of nature and art j in each of the United York, (and must be post paid.) Yearly subscriber up aVsea. 1

t had a tenant whd had occupied building States, and in other countries, to commence with No, 1. ALL personsjnterested the above case

j'l+ of his for some years. recent VI. Lessons on objects that daily sun \* The editor has great pleasure in being hereby notified that all the residue

.t pressure the tenant called upon landlord, round children in the parlor, nursery, gar able to announce the approbation of of the money for which the, above Cotton
den&c Accounts of trade aad eminent medical I was sold by the- Marshal of this District
and said that he was unable then to pay his employ gentlemen to the plan of
meats. this after the payment the salvage and
publication. expenses
'rent-for the preceding month and remind I
in sail
cause, .baen paid into the Registry
VII. Particular duties -
- of the to-
ed him that he had young ;
punctually paid him
of tha
Court where
it will
I remaiu
parents, teachers, brothers, sister &c. jITIIITLAW'S PATENT VEGETA.
h tyi, lent f4' month for
per ) seven years. VIII. Bible lesson and stories. TV BLE MEDICATED VAPOUR for nine months,unless sooner claimed by
The | u was.inexorable and told him the entitled to the
BATHS person persons same
IX. Narrative. such atibseribeo
he'must move and w him fifteen ; M veliaulhen* respectfully in- or his or their legally authorized agent.A. .
1 g days to treated, original tales., form the citrous of Key.West,that he has
\.fiou a !\pUle. Before the fifteen days"ex- with considerable npeDle.eaa.blisbed II. DAY C'lk.
X. Parables, fables and proverbs,where the By H. K. NEWCOMB D.C )
the called and his above ,
} pired tenant paid rent- the mortis obviouaaod excellent. named Baths In a retired part of the
the landlord handed him a piece of paper, I city on Whitehead street where he hopes [ ]
XI; Poetry ; adapted to the youthful capacity to obtain a liberal -
saying there is your receipt. Upon the and feelings. share of public patron-

..expiration of thejifieen i days the tenant again aje. Convalescents and strangers resorting P GREENE
called XII Intelligence ; embracing account the South for their health, will find "
andjnforraed the great
r landlord thatAbe of Juvenile boob, societies, and reouvrka. relief from the use of this celebrated Bath. .. CONTINUES to transact General Agen-
had obtained, house, and was r Cf1DgJThe c tie occurrences. The undersigned is also furnished with and Commission business

landlord replied "you ire* fool nil Maoy of these subjects will be illaitrat. necessary vegetable preparation ia. use the of at Key West. He has commodious %War

you are a fools go4aek at your receipt;.you by numerous and beautiful engravings, pre* the baths. The effects of the Vapwr Bath I I House and goods will be taken on storage
*wHl l find that it ia in full for the rent fart pared by the beat artists, and select lt with aw:- at reasonable rates. \>

t twelve months." Tip tenant had not' examtoed a view Dot only fA adorn the work, ut.toIm'pro lsL To equalize the cireulttioD of the [OOT. 8,1834-4tf.]

' it, !went home io great surprise; and ,.. the taste, cultivate the. mind, aDd blood, and hence to remove coldfaes of the
when he found it, to his still greater won- raise .th affections of the youth to appropriate hinds and feet,and to l lessen tie deUrmin. JOSEPH A. TIJOUnON, AOCTIo1Cua.

t ishment,it was a biJl of sale of the abovelpropettyiatleast and worthy object We would ation or flair of the blood tea: UM, ,bead td. Key West

j fourteen.tbouaud ;m ke.thepi.beUercluldr ,better brothers, To promote sweat and re-estabikh insensible -
better sisters, better pupils, better
auoci perspiration, and thereby to relieve MLIK
Xatchc Cower. ates, and, lo the end, better citizens. symptom of interns. inflammation 3d. To H law, Tallahassee V. 8NELL Middle ATTOJLIfEI'Florida./ r





I and king.when Old it is cold I warm myself worant since tho bent of his mind could be I for the universe! A worm crawling in the ;
age is coming upon me: bait first marked his
only that
children dust confesses: to its fellow worm that it linoi
my are young, and will repay me of working with knife and
a making littlo otnB respect fur lie' of '
lor what I have done for t government tho
them. If
they mechanical.
i : figures, this is the
more extraor
high and One.that inhabitcth
ulw.iys observe truth and moderation htmdin jof'y.: eter
a ho
i as has no opportunity! whateverof "
Bred years will not them fli _
cost a h.- seeing
t Whatever any person| employed in a similar
tempests may arise Tr :nquility is way Ho was bred a weaver, with his 1f.\nRIED,

n port always open to the innocent of heart. er; and since he could bo employed at fath.1 At Fnnd Key, on thfl 20th Inst. 1)1.R.

THE ENQUIRER. I Hail life l tranquility! of the soul! Sweet charmof trade,has had no time for his favorite study, Fifzpatrick Esq1 Capf.. Frederick NEIL, toMrs.

Kings would sell their crowns to except after the work had ceased, or during K. '1'. tAHERTYf formerly of Frede-

KEY WEST FLORIDA. i buy thee if they knew thy value. Comthe' intervals; and the only tool ho has had crick city, Maryland.
i plate benefits
thy : thou hast
helped mo to assist him was a pocket Knife.( In his
to live! well-help me to die well Trans L
earliest years he produced several curiosities Mi1t'1NE'
SATURDAY, NOVEaillER 22, 183J. lition of a Chinese Poem, attributed to a on a similar scale, but tho one now described a L.fS'l'

By recent arrivals, we have received New celebrated Doctor named Lean. is his greatest work, to which he 4 _
devoted all his time two
York papers as late as the 5th inst. They A summer evening and night in Sweden spare during years. PORT OF KEYENTERED. WES:"'. I

Gamin no news of tmrv-r'ance. Evening now closed upon us, unaccompanied ZEAL NOISE. -

however with that dusk so pleasing! Tho
WE understand thai on the night of the and grateful to the following very excellent and judicious : .
eye overpowered by tho remarks
are from tho Western Christian Nov.
3d November, and during the day of the burning glare of the day The contrast Advocate, a Methodist 19th-Sloop !rilliant' Reef, CocoA!
pa per published to 1 F. A. Browne
4th unusual inflicted between a summer evening in Sweden and in
flagellation was 011 Cincinnati. They are much to the purpose it Thistle
England is do. do.
the body of Geo. Price, a colored man, on sufficiently striking. In the ,and,like an almanac, will serve for all II Martha Jane
latter the hum of do do.
busy the do.
the i
board of the vessels country gradual- adjacent states-ay, and for tho preach 't Sclir.
one at Key Roderegns Blacksmith
Iy subsiding, the barking of the village cur enmingled of other denominations than do. do. do.
too the
and that shortly after, le: was missing by with the noisy gambol of the chil. Methodist. U Sloop Alert, Latham, Havana.: :

thecrjew, the Capt. having gone on board dren upon the green, are borne by the galo Boisterous language uncouth .C Morningstar, Denison, do \'
gestures, Eden
anotll'r take upon the listening stranger' in tho sweet and Sylva, Havana.CLEARED. .
vessel to tea. Capt. J. S. Si. unnatural tones of voice, have been
mons has been apprehended and committed noted ui"peace and harmony, till tile grey long mistaken! for religious fervour. The I ,\

vests of night spreads around and closes article alluded to zeal11 Nov. 15'h Schr. Fair t
Jail stand his trial the religious American Cole
to to at ensuing term the scene. In the former the ,
sun relucto be 'fervent love." But to the extract Charleston
of s1, e Superior Court; on suspicion of having tantly quits the horizon at eleven o'clock, "One preacher studies "< Brig Sarah Marian
closely, prays Pope, Mobile. t
been the means of Priced death. his lingering rays even at the hour of midmi in secret, fasts often, visits: the sick Schr. Orient, Morgan, Havana. !
throw of
.- night a streak crimson light across faithfully watches Ins 18
over charge diligent -Sloop Latham, do. ,
I WRECK.The Spanish Brig Amiable the heavens, and impart a fiery tinge to the ly,, preaches fiequcntl,and, in a word, devotes ', Morning Star, Donison, do. I
Gertrudes Juan landscape| a dead silence reigns, and crew his whole time and talents 2-; Fair
Capt. Ballabi, with a cargo tion in the ,strength, American, Stuart, do. I

of Cocoa, sailed on the 9th inst. from Havana in thu reposes small hamlets absence thinly scattered night liven thro1: to he the loves service of his Lord and Master, whom __ -... j
supremely and with
bound to Cortmna and St. Andero the immense forests at ; yet, some FOR ST. MARKS. t
a very early hour of people, ho has no zeal, because ho either ;
continued sailing tack and tack with the evening no traces of inhabitants appear.pluughmaii .- has not strength, or docs nut think it advisable 'r II E Schr. PLOUGiI- tJY, Joseph "

wind to the E. N. E. until the 12tli, in latitude The s whistle, the lowing the when in the pulpit, to use intemperate place Greene on master, will sail for the above
herds and the Monday next. For
deep tone of E the passage: apply
24' 56 N. long. 73 30 W. of Cadiz: curfew so evening exertions-screaming like as if the to the captain on board. I
enchantingly described
by our world was on fire, and as if ho was sure ho Nov. OU, [6It]
tacked away to S. S. E. until 6 o'clock bard! (dray, In his exquisite and well-known would \
never health
any or s rength to S
then tacked l again to N. N. E. ; wind to Elegy: in a Country Church-yard,) are unheard preach or pray another time. Another preacher JOHN GEORGE ZIIUAX

the westward, quite calm-saw two vesselsto ; and not a sound strikes upon thu studies little,prays less,lounges about '
ear, except perchance the distant : the public that he has ,
westward-no land to be seen from the tone of J laughs and talks with his people about ev- INFORMS opened
the lure, blown by some Swedish |>casantei I trifle, and spends but little of Ins timeand this KbTADLISHMENr: in
masthead, the weather continuing quite boy to collect his wandering cows The city where tho buiiactt it carried oo in
calm at 7 o'clock! tried to bout and whimpering breeze however influence in promoting tho cause uu' 1 all l ill various branches. Dread, Cakes of }
; ship, creeping lhr Christ and he
yet is esteemed by many, avery cvcrv description, Navy and Pilot Dread,
failed in consequence of the cairn and a the dark pine t forest, sighs in mel nclioly zealous: preacher ; because! ho has a &c. &c. arc kept constantly: on Laud, fresh

strong current, hove the lead, and no bottom accent sweet as the ,-EoTian lyre, and fills strong voice, a tlucncy of words, much anImation bj the subscriber. I
the mind \vith the softest emotions while Key West, Nor 16 5tf
[ ]
; as a speaker his
found. In 40 minutes struck on the gets feelings en
the between --
eye, darting tho tall listed
straight and drives on like a raging storm 1
reef, wWch proved to be near Caesar's trunks rising in quick succession
conjllrt:8up soon its and
spends fury, is 'followed COLLECTOR'S OFFICE .
creek on the coast of Florida ; immediatelygot ) amid tile surrounding gloom the flitting by a great calm."-Sailor's Magazine. November 10, 1834,, S l .

a boat and launch out to get her off, forms of( fancy. Thus:: for a short ime evu'- SEALED proposals will be received at \

pensive hour glides silently on, undisturbed ce, until the 14th
anchor and hove it of ,Cot
cast an out but
upon| We i
and oust joyed by man, woo wrapt in sleep arc the untimely death tho a,filly' of rations to the noncommissioned
found it to no purpose-then got the best thinks only of preparing himself for thu of Capt. Philip{ French Livingston, who I I officers and seamen,of the United t I

bower oat with all the chain, and plantedit } oils of the coming day. At ono o'clockthe was massacred on board the Dutch ship, States' Iterenno Cutter Washington, from

to the eastward: hove upon it until two animal creation returns to life, and Hiesinging Matilda, (owned by Messrs. Paine,Strieker 36.the first The day January'next to ht April IN* )
& Co. ot Batavia for the utter servicnjs the
ot various birds the > ) commanded by himself,
o'clock (Next but could announces approach same as that allowed
morning not move oll'Pa in the Naval Service,
of morn. A deep blush jiton, together with sever other
i.ow spreadsalong persons the
except and
her. There were ten fathoms water the liquor consists of tbo filler
on the heavens, and shortly/ afterwards by thu crew, who conspired fur tho ing articles to wit: I
starboard: side of the brig- at the distance the fiery orb of the sun shoots aloft .in d purpose of appropriating to themselves the
, of about 60 feet from her there was no gilds the mmgUd landscape of mountain, sum of 25,000 dollars in specie belonging Suet Cheese, for do one 6 week, 1-2 Ib. ::

y bottom for a 25 fathom lead line. It was i lake, and forest, while the r..limy mists of to the Dutch government. They succee Beef, do 3 I ounces.21bs. night slowly retreat at his presence Thus, ded, and landed, after scuttling the ship, Pork, do. 3 Ibs. ;0
discovered that there
now was foet during the fleeting months of a northern which sunk with the remaining cargo. Flour, do lib. t T; (1\\

water in the hold; opened the hatch and summer, the sun in the higher )latitudes Capt. Livingston was the son of the late; Bread, do. 93 ounces. ';

commence*! throwing cargo overboard, till keeps circling constantly r- und the horizon William L. ot Kings Co. pod nephew of I Butter, do. 2 do. ."'"

tide had fallen about 18 inches, and the ,and darkness is unknown 'l I 10 this unceasing the late Hon. BrockhoUt Livillg tonorUliscity. Sugar, do. 7 do. '.,
continued He was formerly an officer in the U. do. 4 do. t
day night however
sea breaking over the reef nearly all around soon ,' Peas, do. 1 pint.
succeeds; the extreme of heat is followed S. *avy, under Com. Chauncey on the Rice do.
I do.
her-continued trying to save the vessel that of cold lakes-and for tho last 20 has and the been
by ; m ab ence oft tin; years a Molasses, do. half pint.
and cargo until the 15th at 3 o'clock A.M. meridian sun, the moon,during two of I her shipmaster III the East Indies. He was a- Vinegar, do. half pint. .,

the vessel having bilged, when they were quarters, rises high{ m the heavens, tie gut about 48.--.tV. Y.: Ado The number required for ibo term,b estim,

relieved by the wrecking! vessels! Brilliant, setting; while the increasing brilliancy vetr ated at eight thousand. The proposals will

1 M.Jane Thistle & Blacksmith. A Iheco ucllatlons, Dnd thc darting fires "f STANZAS. state the price per ration, at which the con
tho Aurora Borealis, rushing through the BY MRS. atCxnCa=:r. tractor will deliver them, in such quantities I
of the was saved: but much damaged u may from time to time
cargo be
firmament the do
light up und cutup| eii- Unto him who hath loved us, and board the required
together with a part of the sails, rigging i sate the inhabitants of those frozen rcgtus, himself for us and washed usfiom our gave sins Nor 1&said. 1834.Cutter r at Key '''est. ,
&c. which was taken: on board the for the I loss of the: day.-Sir Arthur de in his own blood.-Rev.

wreckers and arrived here on the 19th inst. Capell Brooke's Travels in Siceden, Jfc. How hath ho loved us ? ask the star Oliver O'llara, ivs.

All hands saved, and in good healthexceptthe That on its wondrous mission; aped, > la Attachment r
Self-taught Mechanist.-A boy, of the llunc troubling o'er that John If arrU. \

Captala and one sailor being sick. name of John \uungnow ((1829) retidingat Where he, the Eternal,manger bowed scene his head, THE defendant, and all interested, will I

Newton-upon-Ayre, in Scotland notice, that the above suit has
constructed lie, who, of earth doth seal the doom
Th'anq: ity.One day brings on another a singular piece: of mechanism, t'ouod in her lowliest inn no been commenced by attachment.in the Superior *
room Court (
which attiacted much or the foutbero District rot
day, ono year follows another : let us I notice among Ihe ingenious I lorida
take and scientific. A Jndea's mountains lift voice and they are required to appear
the time A it comes. A hundred box about three your : and
years plead to the declaration
of trouble are not worth a day of tranquilitjr. I feel long by two broad, and six or eight, With legends of the Saviour fraught, term of laid court. A. 00 RDON at the,next.

The source of all pleasure is in our inches deep, had a frame: and paper covering I Speak(,favorM Olivet, so oft (Oct. 15 13m] .for Pl'Q:
own heart; he who seeks them elsewhere erected on it in the form of a house.- At midnight's prayerful sought

outrages the Divlni'y. My projects, my On (the upper part of the .box are a number And Cedron's brook, whose rippling wave

desires, and my hopes never go beyond my of wooden figures, about two or three in. Frequent his weary feet did Ion:. James Wheeler, 1 -
vs In
own bosom. Rivers roll rapidly to the sea ches high, representing people employed in How hath ho loved its T Ask the band: John Harris. )> Attachment t

and enter therein without troubling it: my those trades or sciences with which the boy That tied las woes with breathless: haste; THE defendant,and all interested, will ,'

heart is the same; all the events of the great is familiar.! The whole are put in motionat As the weak fnend1 denial tone, notice, that the above suit hu II

world do not cost me a single care. Truth the same time by machinery within toe Scarce by his bitterest tears effaced; i been commenced by attachment in the Superior

is my compos?, and moderation my he m. box, acted clan by a handle, like bias 01 i" a Ask of the traitor' kiss and see Court for the Southern District of

I advance on my way whatever wind may hand organ. A weaver upon his loom w ithMd What Jesus has endured for thee. and Florida, and they are required to appear .
blow. The clouds arise and: the cloud* a fly-shu'tle, uses his hands and feet, plead to the declaration at the next
Ask of iethsemane whose dews term of said court. A. GO'.
his the
descend in rain without keeps shuttle it r
eye upon as
causing in sacs
me any p [oct. 1& 13m
Shrank from ]
When across the web A soldier that raoitture strangely red Arty :
quietude. they conceal the sun sitting with a I Which in that
from I look sailor at u public house table fills unwatch'd hour of pain, ,
me by day try to at the stars by a glass, I His
night. The in her safe drinks it off, then knocks the table agon-zing temples sited!
sallow nest sees upon TV:
order the
The of Honorable
with ..; the upon which an old d scourge,the thorp, whose anguish sore 11 1
a tranqu eya bloody combats of opens a c Like the James Webb, Judge of the Southern
the vultures. Let who will conquer the( makes heraplgranceaudtteyrerire. Two unanswering lamb he bore Judicial District of Florida,notice is tern*

conqueror will not molest her; and the little shoemakers: upon their stools are seen: the How bath he"loved usAk,the cross, by gireo to Jurors, Witnesses, parties litigant +

flies and worms never fail her. My one beating leather the other stitching a The Roman spear, lie shrouded sky, and all other persons concerned, that .;

clothes is made of common cloth, my food shoe. A cloth-dresser:: a >>rose-cutte r, a Ask of the sheeted dead, who burst the Superior Court for this District which

is coarse, and the thatch! which covers my cooj rta tailor, a woman churning, and Their cerements at his fearful err, ia 1834 by,law is postponed Nt for the until Ant the Monday first of' **,.

I hut decays every year. But what wouldit one teazling wool, are all at work. Theresed Ob, as.. no more; but bow thy pride December 1834,at which time Monday-of will .
they atteod.
be to me to-mnrrrow to haw been dr u also a carpenter sawing a piece of wood, And yield thy heart to him who died. I THOS. EAST IN, U. 8. M. .,

iJi silk to-day and.to bave digested costly> and two blacksmiths beating a piece of iron -- I South.J..D*. of Florida.\ a .

dishes? Golden roofs do not ,''keejout the one,usmg aaledeandtleotter a small lie kai a > Br JOS. THOURON, D. U.,
sleeplessness and care; and were the hammer. a boy turning grindstone, white possulo f )How"rttpttFfor religion.I fit Minbil's Office,'Key West,

try shaken by an eartlxjuake how teily a man grinds an i iuiument upon tti and deeply) humble!vastly The creature condescending has How October 15, 1834. [nl- fj 1

can I gain ray humble door! My patrimony : a barber shaving a man whotn he holds fast for the service of the Creator a respect.
is at the end of two and by the rose with one hand. Agrssshop.per Job .
my arms, every design to acknowledge that it bua c
day gives me it& harvest. When I it wree The boy was about seventeen years or hue the ND' of kings and Lord respect of printing I
hot I cool myself w the abide of I when he completed ha
a ; age curious work, latch Verily a subject of cougntaUtioawr EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE.! .

--" '- '. --

Neither ostentatious displays, nor luxuries
breaking away of the cook's pots, keto real enjoyments and if
the ;
i increase our
told American ship with ,
by an
We were once which
\I1d saucepan afford them we are relieved from
that he was we cannot ,
-- Journal. master of undoubted veracity, and part at every roll of drat far too'I
Boston Mercantile mortification they keep
fl oRt the loaded ship in the rope yarns sick the
Havre in a : the ,
bound to forward
the instruments Further are poor It is rarely that they do keep

The Marine Barometer.-Among As he approachedthe Bhip high a price.
month of September. and
lamentations groans
I It scientific shipmaster (in the bay,) their oft" mortification, furs time; for the >
which a English Channel,he fell in with a large motion of tho ship, eyven
.would provide himself with at the com English East Indiaman. The weather was caused by the heavy situation fiom the world is too sharp-sighted not to detect false
included and their uncomfortable and show which cannot b be each pru
of with
mcncement a roysge, may stoned. pretensions
pleasant,and they kept company where they are
,t of which cramped-up place
% Marine Barometer, the utility other fur several days. The wind blew their situation horrible, and dentlysupported.
certain occasion will be found to be and both ships All this makes take the ill-natured side
on lightly from the westward, has feeling, it is distressingindeed Mankind always ,
+ very great. But this instrument is seldom had all their light spars aloft,and all their to one who witness-to any think they are far and confound the expenditure of carelessness

used by our navigators, excepting by the light sails were spread to catch the breeze. to and friends, no ono to and erroneous calculation with the

commanders of our public ships, or some One fine afternoon towards sunset, the American administerthe from their country balm of consolation or relief, expenditure of vanity. There is nothing,
of packets and East India-men, astonished at unfortunate from whatever
our large was somewhat per with noise and confusion ; therefore, more ,
and seldom regarded as an instrument of taking in Sftil- but than excess of expenditure
>8 ceivmg the Englishman this working their minds enough cause it proceeds,
ill upon
much importance. which he continued rapidly to do until the them to despair. During tins lime beyond income. The greater part of
A shipmaster purchases a Barometer and reefed topsails lie to drive jive and themselves
ship was under close deck was not exempt(rom trouble; harpies of society gorge
suspends it in a convenient situation. Ha sending down royal andtopgallant the gun of this t'nce.
then of the heavy guns,and rolling by taking advantage Imrru
is told that previous to rainy or tempestuous yards, and masts, and was evidently the working disagreeablenoise Half the population of London live uponit

weather, the mercury will fall; previous to I very busily preparing for a gale.- of the shot, producing with a very the squeaking of ; three fourths of the ravenous lawyerslive

i fair weather, era diminution of the wind, Although the weather was at that time remarkably accompanied of the ducks, it; all sorts of agents live uponit
and the quacking
will rise. lie watches it carefully for the pigs,
it pleasant-and there was scarcely and wet and half the demoralization of societyis :
1 several but much to his surprise, all crammed in a coop together, ,
days, very be above the horizon,yet "
a cloud to seen of the added muchto generated: by it.
be finds that the Barometer deceives him, American thought the East Indiaman with every surge
the rise the medley of noises, and the confusionof
tho rain or wind sometimes would hardly adopt such a singularcourse,
of the mercury, and that if he takes a double sufficient reason. It occur- the scene. SCIENCE.Tho .

reef in his topsails, in consequence of without red to him some that the Englishman! had a Ba- The spar-deck times.takes The an watch active part'having in July number of the Edinburgh,
an indication of bad weather by the Barom boardwhich indicated a sudden these trying
rometer on themselves to the best advantage Quarterly Review, which came to hand'bythe
lie aflerwards finds that his precautionshave stowed away
oter, change of weather,
and extraordinary
roll of last arrival contains n interesting
the at deep very
between every
Having guns
been altogetherunnecessary. 'have been
and which subsequently proved to and :rUabbtgc's
fetch and are thrownto article, giving a history explanation (
been several times thus deceived,of course case-and lie also at the risk of being the ship they away,
the ,
other side of the deck before theyare : Calculating Machine,one o: the
he loses all confidence in that instrument, similar course-and
at adopted a suencp
laughed wonderful inventions which
themselves most ;
but calculated able to bring accompanied
and henceforward regards it as .
with all despatch.And
got his ship snug possible and mechanical contrf;ed.The .
and noisy bear, who had ta genius ever -
for ornament rather than use. by a stray
him that he did
if it for so-
lucky was between the with them, article is very long, and w written h!
The fact is in ordinary weather the Ba ken refuge guns
1 for, before midnight the ship was It divided into three !
he received inselfdefence ability. is part
the maltreatment ,great:
rometer is of little use at sea as a wea and by
? very which withoutany
ther glass, its indication though generally with a gust of wind, came blow with began biting and scratching The object of the first 1 portion is to ct.nvey
and it continued to
be In warning, he could at, and kept all to general readers some idea of tile immcn9C
-correct, are not to depended on. undiminished violence for seteral hours.If .- at every one get
crossing the Atlantic, it will do for a" shipmaster had been for this Barometer on the quarter deck in an nproaradded to importance of any method by which nu.
it not
to make and take in sail according both would these arc the hoarse voice of the officers of merical tables, absolutely accurate in every

to the actuations of the Barometer. Notwithstanding board the Indiaman have been,dismasted ships or capsized.un the deckcalling upon bruin's keeper to take individual copy, maybe produced with facility /

j this, a Barometer is a useful doubtedly him and make him fast, and tho bringing: and cheapness. This the reviewer
Rules have been given by distinguished with the undertakes to do by conveying to the render
t instrument it never fails to indicate with whom Hut- away of snme of the rigging,
A certainty, and generally several hours beforehand philosophers, among Clarke Dalton are Haley&c., for hoarse oaths of the boatswainr, and the piping some notion of the number and varietyof
Pascal ,
ton ,
a violent gale of wind, or a liur- the, various kinds of weather by of his mates, makes the whole scene the tables published in every country of
predicting himself had the world to which civilization has extended
ficane. All parts of the ocean are subject the Barometer-and the curiosity of some appear as though Beelzebub
,,1 occasionally to tremendous tempests,which, of readers bo gratified with the entire command. But length the lung ,a large portion of which has: been produced

'. following along series of pleasant weather, : our may wished for dawn of day appears,and I, in at the public expense; by showing

{ are apt to find a vessel in a state unprepar. following summary. rises fair weather the situation I have described, without sleep also, that they are nevertheless rendered
If the
ed to resist its violence, and hence sometimes I. mercury maybe or rest, tired :and fatigued almost to death. inefficient, to a greater or less extent, by

consequences of the most serious nature expected. To describe this to one on shore, he would the prevalence of errors in them; that these-
If the falls rain or wind,
2. perhaps
ensue.It mercury hare byt a faint idea of it; it must be real- errors pervade, not merely tables produced

has been erroneously slated that in I both, will follow.rises several ized to be understood It is no fiction, by individual: cnterprize, but that they, vitiate -.
If the suddenly
-tropical climes, where hurricanes and tyt lines 3. it is a sign mercury that the fair weather will I but a plain statement of some of the perilsof even those on which national resources

t phone are frequent, the fluctuations of the but if it rises a sailor's life,aud the state of a man of have Lcen proJigallyexpcnde.L and to
not last long, slowly yet con-
mercury are' scarcely perceptible, and of fair weather for war at sea.Extractof. which the highest inatheruaticd/: ability,
tinually for some days, several
course that'these instruments be of but which1 the most enlightened nations of th

little use. This is not the case: in low days ma) reasonably be anticipated. world could, command, has been unsparing
4.11 the falls considerably, the Auto-biography of Sir Eger-
latitudes of Norther and directed A second
the ly systematically
approach a or a
thunder be
of wind squalls ton .
or ljrydges"l
gales may
hurricane of the article! is to
may be easily anticipated by : object convey some
j t consulting the Barometer. expected. In the summer season,the mercury I married at the early age of twenty- general notion of the mathematical principle
I. falls quickly before a thun .
For several years we were in the habit of generally two-much too early-without an income on which Baibage'd Calculating Machine -

watching the Barometer at sea, in almost der shower. adequate to my habits, unless with great is constructed, and in whit manner
6 If the is alternately rising
every variety of clime, and although we mercury economy; and 1 had no economy. I could the jwiiiciple is brought into practical: operation
and and in a fluctuatingstate
i frequently found that ordinary changes' of tailing, appears not sift bills, cast up accounts, examine both in the process of calculatingand
it is indication that the weather
the weather affected it unequallyand sometimes an prices, and make: bargains. There was priming. The object of the third division
all will be changeable. therefore every kind of mismanagement ; of the article is the actual
; not at yete never experienced explain :
6. If the has remained stationary
a funous gale of wind, without being duly mercury of and I soon became involved. But I had state of machinery at the present time,
for several days observe the surface
: ?. warned by.the Barometer to make preparations no personal expenses; I neither cared for what progress has been made towards its
it carefully. If it convex, pleasant I
I r for Avoiding its devastating effects. appears aress, nor equipages, nor out-door nmtsc- completion,and what cause: exists fur tho
weather be If concave
In several instances we have to believe may ments, nor society. If I was: left in quiet of .
: reason suspension operations.Of
it will fall which betokens
it is evident soon
books and I
that the vessel, property, and perhaps with my my pen, was: content.
the live of all on board, were saved by attending unpleasant weather. But quiet was never my destiny. The first practicability of convicting this
to the warning of the Barometer. The mercury is operated upon \\cn by involvement multiples itself at every move. calculating machine, so as to ctibct, by its

Previous to a Norther in the vicinity of the weather. in tropical climates than in amore It destroys the freedom of the intellect and means, alii the objects originally designed: ,

the Bahama Banks, we once knew the mercury northern one. Unless immediately the heart; and drives one into a state of and even others, in addition, its adaptability
to fall in hour nearly three previous to an extraordinary change, in low mistiness, which seeks extrication by the to which has been discovered in tho progress
latitudes it seldom varies more than two or which it. It of the undertaking, the reviewer
of an inch The gale came in about very means augment encoura
u three lines. In this climate it about in the most confident The
ranges self-delusions for the sake of momentary speaks terms.
'r a couple of hours afterwards,and for twen- ges
three inches. In England about two inches and like obliv. calculating machinery, says the article
tv-four hours we were lying to in the New peace; inebriety, buys: :
and a half. In St. Petersburg about three the of "has now attained a very advanced stage
IT Providence channel, in one of the most ion at expense quickly succeeding
fc..violent gales we ever experienced.. In Au. inches and a quarter. pain and sickness. fhe creditor, who towards completion, and a portion of it has

r', gustpf 1830,being bound for Havana from thinks himself sure of his debt! at last, delights been put together, and performs various

1 Europe, and when within a day's sail of the A GALE OF WIND. in giving credit, because 'he has his calculation, affording a practi&l demon.

: -Windward Islands, we observed the mercury By one of the Crew j II V. 8. Frigatfr debtor at his mercy, makes!: his own usurious stration that the anticipation of thoseundtr

'f falling npidly.) The breeze for several Nov Commences with squally wea terms with him, and gorges on his' whose advice Government has acted, have

.i. 'days had been fresh from theN. E.; indeed therattended with a heavy head sea; sent blood. lie who lives on credit docs net 1 been well founded." And in another place,

i it was the regular trade-wind,and although down tho fore, main, and mizzen top-gal. dare examine bilk ; and the creditor char I the review observes"that short as the period ;

;evidently increasing,and the sky becoming lint masts, the wind still increasing to a ges according to the degree of his own wide has been which the inventor has devoted -

overcast, we experienced no anxiety, not perfect gale; close reefed the fore and main conscience. Thus, there is a dif&ience of to this enterprize, it has raverthcless,

t. i! anticipating tempestuous weather.It top sails, and furled mizzen; reefed the fore at least cent per cen' in every article the been proved to the satisfaction of many

was in a month in which hurricanes and main courses, stowed the jibs,and set debtor consumes,-and two thousand poundsa : scientific men, of the first eminence, that

sometimes occur, but the representation of the fore topmast staysail; set the fore and year with him, will not go so far as one the design in all its details, reduced, as i it

j others, U well u our own experience,, had main spencers. The ship laboring and roll- in time hands of him who pays ready: money, is, to a system of mechanical drawings. is '

'induced us to believe that these scourges of ing excessively. This, according to the and looks to his accounts.It complete, and requires only to be construc-

the tropical teas, were invariably preceded proverb, is a> day of trouble to the poor is true, that there are various causes ted in conformity with those plans,to realize .

by a close,sultry atmosphere, calms or variable sailor; wet to the skin, and very little lo I for excess of expenditure by an individual, all that its inventor has promised.11 This

winds, with an ominous redness of eat At sun down no abatement in the besides carelessness Perhaps vanity, anda great work has heen suspended now for

t' the heavenly bodies. The Barometer bad storm. I think of all the nights lever pass false notion of the character of mankind nearly a year and a half after the British

,remained nearly stationary for a fortnight ed at sea, this was the worst. There was u the first. A mind not sound is apt to Government have laid out more than fifteen

before, but now suddenly falling more than no such thing as sleeping in any part of the value others according U their station and thousand pounds upon the experiment.

half an inch, were convinced that a serious ship. Those in their hammocks were tossedto riches; and as there is a natural passion in There does not appear to exist the least

ahumcano was rapidly approaching, and and fro,and then side* wen thumped by mankind to be well-esti'natedtfc yare thus doubt of the entire feasibility of the con

jtnade every preparation to meet it. Beforenight bringing up against each other at every roll impelled to put on outward appearances, trivance. A committee of the Royal Society -

the snip was under snug tail, all the As fbr my part I rolled myself up in a rug, which may induce the belief that they possess appointed in pursuance of an order

light span sent down, and every thing on and stowed myself in one the state rooms. a consideration and wealth which da of Government, made a report from whichit

deck well t secured. la a few hours after. The water was ankle deep fore and aft the not belong to Utem. The mind, that can is to be interred that not a doubt of the

i wards the hurricane came thundering on, decks the forward cabin not excepted.As .- not purify i itatlf from these vaporous delu practicability of the machinery was to be

and the ship lay to many hours under bare for sleep it was impossible for me to stons, must be unhappy either way. If it entertained. No reason fe& .he suspensionof

'.poles, #ith a tarpaulin in the'mizzen rig. get a wink, for 1 was tossed about at such encounters superior fortune and establishment the undertaking is assigned,or even con-

8tD8f, and the wind, though occasionally irate, that I was forced to get up, and r while it puts on no appearance beyond jectured by the Edinburgh: Review. We

.changing to almost every point of t&e com. therefore passed a sleepless night. The its own humbler state, it either feels trust that the delay will be but temporary

'pass, blew with a force that cannot be de. ship plunging so deeply, that you would degraded,servile and mfl 1ifieder is roused for the cause of science throughout the

cribed.Notwithstanding the warning which suppose she had struck against arock/rom into anger and malignity On the other whole world b interested in its successful

had been given, and the precautions taken the cracking of the timbers and beams. :. hand,a fake assumption- of consequence, coml'lelion.-Eu.Post.

U consequence, when the hurricane abated I She appeared: sensible of the great burthen by means of an expenditure which cannotbe

which lasted thirty-six hours we found that which she labored under from the great afforded, is folio wed by a degradation J

ferery sail had been blown from the yards: weight of her destroying engines, which infinitely worse ; because in> addition to There in Camden slut a school house

-and torn shreds The fore-topmast trod. gate her 00 much uneasiness. It U impossible the intervening pain by which it is supported on the window sill of which is still paintedit

all three top gallant masts, were faitly blown; .for me to describe the scene of trouble- the actual inferiority of rank and mon ( having been a grocery store.). Power

over the side. In a word, the ship look. on board of a ship in a storm. The cabin ey becomes lower io a course of time by and What the deuce have powderand

lag gaily and taut two days before, nowpesested wardroom, steerages and other officers1 the struggle. Right thinking therefore, shot to do with education?" asked a t

the' appearance of a- complete berths presented a perfect sceaeof uproar, and dignity of sentiment on these import. gentleman of a friend as they were passing.

have been been if a Barotneier not been the breaking of the steward cjockery. to* lives, are absolutely necessary to our well. not the school-masters calling to teach tflyotmg

on board, it is nut difficult to imagine gethtr with the noise on the bertb-decVind bing. idea how to L!\oet.-Bali. VUeI

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