Key West enquirer

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Key West enquirer
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Key West Fla
J. Atkinson
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December 6, 1834
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Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-

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pilot, at least six < iles from tho light houseon hope from theirunitcd skill and experience,
rrrr BNQUIRKR. tho Island of Key West. to be able to give full satisfaction to all who PROPOSALS

=-= Sec. 5. De it further enacted, That all may favor them with orders.
The introduction of machinery in placeof FOR PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST,
EDITED AND PUBLISHEDBY suits and! prosecutions provided for in this
act, shall: he had in the Superior Court of the tedious and unhealthy practice of A NEWSPAPERTo

: J.ATKINSON. the County aforesaid or before the Judge casting typo by hand desideratum by
thereof in Chambers.Sec. the Eurepean and American Foundc'8,was, BE ENTITLED THE:

( TERMS.-Fire Dollars per annum. 6. Be it further enacted That tho by American ingenuity! and a heavy expenditure KEY WEST ENQUIRER
fees and rates be allowed of time and money, on the part of our
of following pilotage -
the rate
to each and pilot first for pilotingand senior partner, first successfully accomplish
Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, for conducting every vessel in out ed. Extensive use of the machine cast letter UNDEUSI* NED, begs leave re i
a or
: ship or ,
the first insertion and Seventv-Five Cents spectfully, to offer
over any part of the Florida Pccf Secondly has fully tested and established its superiority prepositions to this .
for each subsequent continuance. ,from any part of the said Reef to the port in every particular, over that cast enlightened: public, to publish a weekly I

l ___ -_.- .- -' ,_104 of Key West, or to Indian Kcj. or thirdly by the old process. newspaper under the above. title. It shall' "
for the information of Mariners generally, through either of the channels leading into The Letter Foundry business will hereafter ln principally devoted to Commercial

we have procured from the Collector the the port or harbor of Key West aforesaid, he carried nn by the patties before telliqence-party controversy shall Le entirtly -
following schedule of the situation of the to wit. for every foot of water which such named under the firm of White,Hagar&co. excluded.

Light louses along llie Florida shore, ship or vessel may draw, the sum of two dollars Their specimen exhibits a complete series The undersigned is fully

.under his supcrintence and for every day for which such pilot front Diamond to 14 lines Pica. Tho Book difficulty of the task he is about aware of tile
and News being in tho most modern to under
CAPE FLORIDA LIGIIT.StationarySituated may be detained or employed board such type take and in consideration
on the South side of Key Biscayne ship or vessel, the further sum of twodol- light and Ii.)Ie. of his want of
about 400 yards from the beach. lars. Whites Ilagar & Co. are agents for the experience, has obtained the polite offer of

The Light may be considered 70 feet above sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses assistance from friends, whose age and

the level of the sea distant from the gulf Sec. 7. Belt furthcrenacted That every which they can furnish to their custom qualifications render them competent to

stream about 7 miles. Vessels drawing 10 vessel I bound cither to Indian Key or to Key ers-at the manufacturer's prices. Chases the task. For hIB own part, he pledges
miles of the West except a licensed wrecking vessel, Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and
feet may approach within 2 1-2 every himself that, so fcr as 'his! health and
Lat. 25 47 N-Long. 80 42 W. and refusing to receive a pilot on hoard, article used in the Printing Business, kept
light situatedon shall, if spoken by said pilot six miles respectively for sale and furnished on the shortest no strength will permit-the puhlic may rely

LIGHT SHIP FLORIDA from Indian Key aforesaid! or tice. Old type taken in exchange for new upon the utmost regularity in the publication (
Carysford's Reef near the site of tho from the said Light (louse on the Inland' of at 9 cents pound. i of he paper.

old one, in Lat. 25 08 N.Long. 0027 distinct W. Key West he neverthelessand it is hereby N. B. Newspaper per Proprietors who give Great pains will be taken to obtain the
It is distinguished, as two
easily be made subject to pay mutates of pilotage,as the above three insertions, will he entitledto earliest and most correct intelligence of
lights are st'O'nVllicb can generally though such pilot !had been taken on board,
Five Dollars in such articles as Wrecks and
Its ob- may Wrecked
at the distance of 12 mile Property, and also
seen but if not spoken more than three miles! respectively select from our specimen.New .
ject is to warn vessels! from the dangerous from the aforementioned places, York, 1833. reports of vesselspassing near !the Florida
rocks and shoals near which it is placed. Keef.
then and in case of such refusal as aforesaid,
KEY WEST LIGlIT-Stands on theS. she shall be liable to pay half pilotage, and PROSPECTUS OZ(:)-GENTLEMEN friendly to flit under

West Point of the Island of Key West, no more. taking will please receiveanhscript'o! and

is in Lat. 2433 1-2 N.-Long. 81 52 1-2 See. 8. Bo it further enacted, That no or THE forward the names to the Editor noon aa j
\V, j erected for the purpose of guiding vessels fees shall be demandable for piloting and SAVANNAH MERCURY.A possible

when entering the harbor ; the directions conducting any vesselif the same be spokenat DAILY MORNING PAPER, J. ATKINSON.

for which are as follows, : Bring the aless distance than three miles\ from the Devoted to Commerce-Agriculture! -Politics October
ligjilto bear N. N. W. and the Sand Key light house aforesaid, or from Indian Key -Literature-and General I, 1834.MIRROR .

Light to !bear W. S. W. and you cross the provided that this secticn shall not beheldto Intelligence.

Reef in about 5 fathoms water; run for Key extend to any vessel going: or coming To be edited rnd published in the city of OF MIRTH
West Light: until within two miles, then through the northwest passage of the har-
star anna ft, Ceo A HUMOROUS
N. W. until Fleeming's Key bor of West when at the distance rriUOPICAL.
steer you open Key spoken WM. One of tho
HARRISON. cheapest Publications
.-which is a Mangrove Island in the north- I of two miles and a !half from said light in tbe I
presenting to the the United States. '
and then for it. public prospec-
of the harbor run house. IN I
ern part
The; best anchorage is in the upper part of Sec {9 Be further enacted, That in of the Savannah Mercury, a just regard THE publication of thc above named pe :
for the of those will be .
vAe harbor. Height of the Light house the event ofar.y master of a vessel refusingto feelings ve expect to commenced on Thurs
serve, as well as a compliance which time day,3l inst. Thepublisherie
from the level of the sea, 83 feet G inches. pay any pilot for his services the amount vorydciirous -
has sanctioned renders it necessary to !give of having all the name of the subscriber
offees herein before Mich
Light Stationary. provided, pilot a brief synopsis of the principles which shall forwarded to that time
previous is he will
SAND: KEY LIGHT-Revolving onco may, at hisdiscretion. sue out from the office \
us i in our editorial duties Wo positively issue the work that ,
govern are on day
in 54 seconds. It is the best light on the of the clerk of said court an attachment "
impressed with the belief, that in The number of already
I a government received !
coast ; S.V. by S. from Key West Light. returnable immediately to the said ,
like! ours.the preservation of the Liberties fully justifies tho of the
issuing( publication
Lat. 24 26 N-Long- 81 57 W., situated court,or to the Judge: thereof Chambers, and the first ;
of the
People their number will be
mainly depends
I on forwarded
Reef. The Light 70 feet the vessel which to
the piloted or spoken,
Hircctly on aga-nst
virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and the many persons who have not subscribed. ,
v 1 above the sea. Court or the said Judge in Chambers, shall dissemination of sound political knowledgeamong but who have signified ,their intention of
r..IOIIT-Stationary-on and without to
TORTUGAS summarily jury proceed ex- them, and being actuated sincere doing so, if the work should meet'' .
by a their
one of the Dry Torttigas Islands, near the amine into the facts and law of the case, desire to advance the of State pectations.The ex
western extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 and dccideaccordiogly! to its merits but if cause
Rights and Constitutional Liberty,we shall price will be one dollar/ a
W. the said vessel assisted shall year pay
31 N.Long. 83 10 so or spoken, able
support the doctrines of the State Rights on the receipt of the ;first numberand
not be within the jurisdiction of the court,
AN ACT to provide for tho appointment the said court or Judlre In Chambers shall Party of Georgia! as set forth in the Virginia where five responsible names are lent,
a'id Kentucky Resolutions of 1798-99 the sixth shall he furnished
the rules of copy gratis.
of Pilots to.regulate
and may on tho return of tho attachment,
Pilotage at the port of Key West,and for proceed in like manner, Ex-PAarc, and decide and which were so triumphantly maintained' Letters containing ODe name must be post
tile State of in and
other "y Georgia 1825-6 7 ; paid.As
,purposes.Sec. accordingly. and therehy assist in perpetuating the ines- the circulation will be
1. Be It enacted by the Governor Passed Feb. 15,1834. uryeltenllYe"
i/id Legislative rO'lOc1of\ tho Territory of JOHN WARREN, timable blessings we enjoy under our present the publisher will print a cover for the Mir m

Florida, That from and after the passage: of Pres. Legislative Council. form of government, and which are ror, providing a sufficient advertising pat

this act,the Governor of the said Territory Approved Feb. 15,1834. guaranteed unto us,10 long as each department ronage shall be bestowed. Advertisements
be and he is hereby authorised, by and with, of her is. kept within its legitimate will be inserted co s the coverat
the advico and content of said Council, dur TYPE 'nU'DltV sphere of action. We are in favor of a the usual rates. Merchants and others

ing its annual sessions,to appoint such num- H AVING Purchased Mr. RICHARD strict construction of the Constitution who advertise by the year, will be entitled ,

ber of Pilots for the port and harbor of Key RONALDSON his long established and opposed to all: systems which have for their to one square, renewable every month;for :
the subscribers object the taxing of the many for the bene five dollars. !
West and the adjacent coast in a northeast- very extensive Type Foundry,
erly direction from said city, and tho extreme have formed a co-partnership for the fit of tIC few, orof laying restrictions upon Gentlemen who will regularly furnish original f.

northern limits of the County of Mon purpose of continuing said business, and for Commerce or domestic industry-and shall humorous articles which shall be approved .
resist all encroachments by the Federal by the editor,will ban the 'I
roe,as he may deem necessary, expedient the convenience of their friends and patrons publication
and advisable, provided the number so appointed have removed their establishment to a Government on the rights of the Slates and sent to them without charge.

I4 in any one year shall not exceed more central part of the city. As it is their the liberties the People. But whilst we Address LYNDE ELLIOTT, m
twelve. intention to keep on hand a good assortmentof thus express our preference for the principles Del Air, Hartford' Count, Md.

Sec. 2. Beit further enacted.That such the best type, and to make such additions of the State Rights Party of Georgia, rp II SUBSCRIBER respectfully in-
the and improvements as the taste of the trade we shall support that party only so long as forms his friends and the
pilots so appointed, before entering on public that
and the wants of the country require they they adhere to those principles, oar motto he is ,
discharge of their duties. as such,shall each *' prepared to do all kinds of J' B PRIN
Hatter themselves that this establishment being emphatically Principles, not men,
TING. lie
with hopes
become bound in an obligation one or by attention to business
and ambition do
and sustain
our to right.
to be will merit a large share of patronage. They to merit a liberal .
and sufficient securities patronage.J.
more good As we design making the Mercury a vehicle
fonts which
have now several on can
board of wardens, or a ATKINSON.
of the
approved by he furnished at a few hours notice and are of general information to all classes of the
and harbor Key West Nov.
'majority of thorn, for the port aforesaid I.
community we shall at all times endeavor
thousand dollars prepared to make fonts of all weights and -
in the sum of ono Pearl line Pica to present to our patrons, regardless of laborer -T
and sizes, from to 22 includinga W. A. Pitcher
conditioned for tho faithful, diligent, > .
the latest Commercial and
variety of great
bond Ia Attachment.
dutieswhich TS. >
able of their
performance be placedon Their assortment Cuts and Dashes, Unit Political Intelligence, both Foreign and John Harris, ) '
when executed shall immediately
Rule and other ornaments will be found to Domestic ; with as great a variety of Literary -
of the and all conel'med."nt
file in the office of the Clerk Superior I ,
and Miscellaneous TIEdefendant
matter ourlimitl
be extensive, of which specimens will ,as
the cost very that the above suit baa
Court of said County, proper
will Our columns
will remain
be forwarded to Printers as soon as they permit. been commenced by attachment In the'Superior
of such
pilot. can be prepared. open to the temperate discussion of any Court for the Southern District of

Sec. 3. Dc It further enacted, That in Printing Presses of every description, subject connected with the public good,excluding Florida, and tbey are required to ';

any event of tho unfaithfulness, insobriety Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, all scurrillity and personal spleen.In and plead to tbe declaration at the appear next
criminal negligence of any pilot, he shall Composing Sticks. Brass Galle)*, Imposing foe, whatever will be productive of spec term of said court. 'A. GORDON,

upon the petition of any twenty respectable Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, dily rendering beneficial the varied natural [oct. 1513m] .(or PI'f;.
citizens of said city, or of a majority of the Standing Presses, Furniture together witha advantages of our State, elevating the commercial
aid board of wardens so appointed to the complete assortment of all articles used character of our city, or meliorating

Governor to that removed from of- in a Printing Office will be kept constantly I the moral, social and political condition Win. II. Shaw, J 1111

face,and may besides be proceeded againstby on band. of our people,will meet with our ardent .1. 5 In Attachment
indictment as in ordinary cases of misdemeanor Small fonts, suitable for Book-binders, and bumble support. Jobn Harris. ) '

,and on conviction: fined in & sum in great variety, may be bad when called CONDITIONS. THE defendant and all interested, will
not exceeding ono thousand dollars, to he notice, that the above suit has
assessed by a jury, and shall moreover be for.Oiders from all parts of the Union will be The Savannah Mercury will be published been commenced by attachment in tbe Superior m
liable to a suit on behalf of any party aggrie: promptly and moat carefully attended to, daily throughout the year, on a payable Court for the Southern District of

NJj,on the bond!so as hereinbefore provided, and particularly in supplying soars for all" sheet, at Seven in Dollars advance per annum, Florida, and they are required to appear

to be executed by him. foots furnished by their predecessors Bio semiannually and plead to the declaration at the next
The Mercury for the country will be pub
& Ruoaldson and Richard Hooaldson. terra said CORDON
of A.
ny court.
I litbed to the of the mails
That if
enacted meet
Sec 4. Be it further any arrangement ,
Stereotyping in all its branches,executed (oct.15.13mj Atty. fop PJ'B:
except such as may have been appointed three times a week at the office of the Savannah -
person by L. Johnson,as heretofore.
as aforesaid,and have complied with JOHNS N & SMITH. Mercury, and will he sent to all
the second parts of the Union deliveredit the City P. c. GREENECONTINUEStotransactOeneralAgen
all theconditions specified in section No. 6. George St. Philadelphia, 1833. ,or ,
of this act, shall charge any compensation Jft)::)Publishers of Newspapers who insert at four Dollars per annum, ,payable in advance q
for services be may perform as pilot,ho this advertisement, and forward a paper or Five at the expiration of six .

sbill bedoemed guilty of high misdemeanor, containing it to J. It 8. will be entitled to months. It will contain all the Intelligence, i at Key West lie has a commodious WareHouse

aud on conviction thereof, skill be fined in $3, payable in settlement of tbeir accounts Commercial, Politic!, Literary and Miscellaneous ,and will be taken oa storageat
a sum not exceeding treble the amount of when their bills amount to not less th1n'10. including: advertisements, .pat pods .
compensation received by him to be assessed J. ok ti. liibed in the daily paper (8,1834-4tf.J
by jury ; provided that this act ball Advertisements will be conspicuously*
WHITE It WILLIAM HAGAR, aerted in both at 75 cents .. L
not be held to extend to the master or mariner R papers, per square
of any licensed wrecking vessel on ESPF.CTFULLY Inform the Printers of fourteen lines, for the first insertion,and HA Mt1S V. SNELL, ATTOaxar3TLAW

be Florida Reef.on board of any such wreck. of the United States, to whom they have thirty-seven and a bait cents,for each succeeding Tallahassee Middle Florida..

ngsjtasel.oroQ board of any vessel which long been individually known as established publication
baa been cast aay, unless such vessel Letter Founders, that they Lave now formed All communications by nail, must bo '..1' OSEPiI A.THOURON.AccnoKcn.oMtJ t

so cast away has been spoken by a regular a co-partnenbip in said business, and post pal. [ Key West

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J -- only (philosophy hath placed the supreme for tie last time,on the afternoon of Sunday the 22d ult.; p.rtof the cargo and inster.-
11 i Projected escape of Bonaparte.-ll is pitch of happiness in a calmness of mind when he told her positively tlrat all }intcicoutse al* nre saved; and the master with feieral'
not generally known that a vessel was undertaken and tranquility of life, void of carp and must cease from that day. She (.f t IP crew arrived on Thursday in the|
to be built at Batiersea, by the re- trouble, of irregular passions and perturbi- was greUly excited, and a lady who lived sloop Eleanor-also, passenger, Dr. II. Be-
nowned Johnson, the smuggler,for the pur- lions; but the holy scripture itself, in that: near was sent for to quiet her The unhappy tl.un, of South Carolina.
I post of liberating Bonaparte from the Island one term of peace, most usually comprehends girt departed despair, purchased NOVEMBEIT: 8-' csterday the American
I I of St. Helena. The vessel was about all joy and content, all felicity and oxalic aciJand having swallowed a large brig Charles Miller, David Dcane n.aster! ,
ninety feet long, and of the burthen of 100 prosperity.; so that the heavenly consort of dose,scaled the wall: intending to enter the arrived fit-re after having been on short M
tons It was built of half plank ; 'he Angels, when they agree most kindly to house of her lover to die in his presence ; Abaco. TllisC8:3c1: sailed from New Yorkon
grain of two such plank was placed in a bless, and to wish the greatest happiness to but her strength failing her she fell at his the 3d of last month, bound to New
m horizontal position. These planks were so mankind, could not bettor express their door, and died upon the very threshold. Orleans, and after having experienced
well caulked ao ,the thickness of tho sides of the vessel did and good will among men. jury found verdict of "temporary insanity on shore at Wnlkcr's Key, on the 12th.
not exceed that of an ordinary washing tub. .*-Englishpapcr.LAW } v\here she remained twelve days! before Ic
The masts were so contrived that they 'Ve learn says the Charleston Courier, ing discovered by the people) of Alaco ;
Could l he lowered to a level with the deck, from the Fort Wayne (Indianian) Sentinel, ANECDOTE.- You have, all heard who thin assisted in getting: the brig afloat,
and the whole vessel might be sunk in shoal that a ,treaty has just been concluded between of Counsellor! Higgins. lie was exceedingly and piloted her to this port. A
I water with the crew on board, without dan the Miami tribe of Indiansand' en. adroit in defending a prisoner, and It is said that another vessel, a schooner,
j ger. Ample means were provided for sup :Marshall, the U. S. Agent, by which a con would) sometimes laugh down an indictment had also ran on shore at Abaco, and w: s
plying the vessel with fresh :ur. The plan siderable portion of the lands of that tribe for a small offence.( A fellow, (one assisted and pot off; but we have not yet
was to sail up at night within! a short dis has been ceded to the United States. The Smith,) being on a trial for stealing a tur learned any further particulars regarding
tance of St. Helena, and sink the vessel location of them is thus described : key,the counsellor attempted to give good her.
until the next or subsequent night, when With the exception of a small reserve at humored turn to the affair-Why, gentle
Bonaparte would be enabled to make his Tuft let own, on the head waters of Eel Ri men of the jury," said he, this is really avery NEw-Ynnir, Oct. 10.
't escape to the beach, at which time the terand a rESCrveabout nine miles square, small affair I wonder any would bring Among the passengers in the packet t-lnp
i vessel was to be raised, Bonaparte to get near the mouth of the AbClile,rat the landsof such a complaint: into court: if we tire going South America which sailed on the .L-!
on board, and sail away in the dark. It the Miamics,north of the Wabash River on at this rate, we shall have business inst. for Liverpool, were Messrs. Brwi".
happened, however, that Bonaparte died including a tract of five miles in width, enough on our hands. Why, I recollect! and M'Nab. These two gentlemen,
before the vessel was quite finished; and it extending from the Wabash to Eel River, when I was at College, that nothing was a correspond I, arrived herein June saja las,
is a quite curious coincidence that the vessel have been ceded to the United States.; and more common than to go out a foraging.We .- 1m a Botanical tour through the U. S. and
; ) was to be coppered the very day the news also a portion of the Great Reserve south used to have many a good supper in Canada, under the auspices of the Royal
*' Of his death arrived. of the Wabash, extending from Logansportsix this way. We did not get the poultry too Botanic Garden of Edinburgh. They have:
Johnson was to receive ,40,000 as soon miles up the river, and 34 miles back- often in the same place, and there was no during this short period, explored an immense
f', as the vessel I got into blue water, exclusive making in, the whole upwards of 200,000acres. harm done, no fault found.'"' Notwithstanding tract of country, and have taken
of the reward to be given in case the en- this appeal) the jury crnvicted the pris back with them several hundred entire new

; terprise succeeded. This Johnson had These lands are described to be among oner. After the court rose, one of the jury plants to add to that: already splendid establishment.
i ,previously offered his services to the Admiralty the richest and mist fertile of the West, a plain old farmer, meeting the coon. They express themselves de

and affirmed that he could blow up being well watered and fording( numerous sellor, complimented his ingenuity in the lighted with our Glen-like wilderness glo

: any ship without doing any hurt. Accord mill sites. The route of the contemplated defence: "and nowsquire"said he, fixinga rious decked margined rivers and
ingly a trial was given him in tho Thames, Wabash and Erie Canal runs through them. knowing look upon him, c'l should like lake They have, in pursuit of their
1 accompanied by a boatswain of one of his In reference to the influence of this cessionon to ask you a question; which road do you object, taken up their abo e in dreary forests
Majesty's ships, who had been married onlya the interests of Indiana, the Sentinel take in going home,the upper or lower 2' and marshes, and (raddled their canoe with!
week before, in a boat of a similar con says- The lower said,the counsellor 'Well then the Indian: on Lake Huron. These scion
struction to the one before described, to a Apart from the advantages to be derived it's no matter; I only wanted to observe tific expeditions having matters of
barge: moored in the middle of the stream. from the speedy settlement of these land, that if you were going .my way, I would taste in view, it is to tehoped will be often pure
'Thev sunk their boat, made fast the torpedo and the removal of the obstacles which just jog on before and lock up my hen repeatcd as there is, perhaps, no region on
to the bottom of the barge, and lighted their condition house." Warren
:present presents to the construction Star. earth, so full of interest to the lover of Botanical
tho match, Johnson then perceived that of tho canal, there is another research as North Americawhosenoble

his vessel remained fast, having got (as the point of view in which this treaty will be Great emigration to the ll' st.-The following Lakes, Rivers and Prairies are from

i sailors expresses it) athwart hawse of the of the utmost importance| to the state of extracts, one from a paper called the the month of !May till! September! pciftct
1 barge. Upon which he pulled out his I Indiana;-we mean the prospect which it Miami of the Lakes, published, in I'orrys- gardens the nnstbcautiful flowers and
watch,and having looked at it attentively, affords of the speedy; extinction of the Indian burgh, (OhiO,) dated Oct 21st, another shrubs, and which for the most
:. told tho boatswain that ho had only two title to all lands within our limits, and from tho St. Louis Republican of Oct. 17, admirably when transplanted} part into, succeed the
: minutes to live. Upon this the boatswain the removal of the i Indians beyond the Mississippi. and a third from an interior town oC Missouri -kept gardens of Europe. i itvcll I
began to make lamentations my poor The Miamies have hitherto evinced will give our readers some notion ofthe )
i t Nancy t"! said he, What: will she say?''- but.little disposition to remove from the emigration to the West. Astonishing

> "Avast blubbering," said Johnson. "Doff country. The large extent of their lands, *' The number that arrive and depart daily wished to buy a Deficiency.auod'caun man for once
your jacket; and bo ready to stuff into the and the spareness of the surrounding population from our town, for tho purpose of locating ho would liberal dog, which
pay a price, lie was!'
i+ hawse hoi while I cut the cable.; Upon ,gave them an opportunity of supplying in the valley i is almost incredible. A offered one, which the 'oou I
1s. t saying this,Johnson seized the axe, and cut all their wants by the chase. But wag at our elbow, while we were standing rate-excellent. Tho o\\ ner said was first
r ; the cable.\ The boatswain stuffed his jacket now, with the exception of a few at Seek's upon the porch of one of our public houses on trial the purchaser found price was paid, anti!
into the hole and they got clear of the village and mouth of the Aboite the dun
they will in this place, remarked, as he stood gaz would\ neither hunt Voons thiifc
,, torpedo, which blew up the barge. be entirely confined to the remnlOt their ing at the long (train of covered wagons, as else Returning to the seller nor he nny accused:
Great Reserve ; and the influx .of white they came ,pouring into the town, that ho him of deception ,
From the Charleston Courier.LIVING Why, aint he a good
men crowding round them on all sidesand verily believed the whole east had} broken dog for 'coons ?" said time seller\ "No
PEACEABLY. destroying their game, will speedily render ..up" And well indeed, he might suppose not worth a cent." Co Well that beats nil,

m t Better is a dry morsel and quietness therewith the chase so unproductive as to compel them so, as the spectacle certainly justifcd the natur," said the seller, "I tried the 'iarnal:!!
;11.._ than a house full of sacrifices with cither to turn their attention to agriculture belief To the farmer, in the cast, who critter forC\'el v thing else, and lie would do
: for subsistence, or to sell their lands and wishes to better his
How delicious that by
strife. conversation is, emigration, no good, so thought he must be for
I good
\\i, which is ''accompanied with mutual confidence remove to a country where they will find we say, the Valley of the Miami is the place 'coons."
freedom, courtesy, and complacency the game more plenty, and not be subjectto for yen; near a good and never failing mar
.r : how calm the mind, how composed theN the further encroachments of the whites. ker, and with as productive a soil as any The brig 11'm1'ell arrived .stt'rda'y
Those who are acquainted with the hllb.tsand of the West !( fin
affections, how serene the countenance, part can boast of In addition tine coast of Africa has on board the
how melodious the voice, how sweet the dispositions ot the Miamies, can havono to the above, we add that a more delightful I male lion (Bashaw ,Memoun. great
r and the two
I sleep, how contentful the whole life of him, will doubt which" of these alternatives they region we were never in."-Miami: beautiful jet Mack, Arabian steed horses I
I-' 't that neither deviseth mischief against -others choose. Hof the Lakes. (Abderhaman and Side Ilamet,)considered !;

1i ,nor suspects any to be contrived against the purest blood and swiftest breed in 1'ar- I I
himself ; and contrariwise, how in rat ful 1 A YANKEE EntroR.-Onc of our brethren MOBILE, Nov. 12.-Shipwreck.-- Th C La!')'. These animals were
r t, and loathsome a thing it is to abide in a of the type, down cast, (how we pity schr. Elizabeth, Edward Clarke, master, his majesty the Emperur of presented Morocco by to
state of enmity, wrath disseniion ; havingtho his condition;) offers the following excuse capsized in a gale on the 16th Oct. while the U S. Government, through consul, :'
i thoughts distracted with solicitous care, for a lack of editorial matter.: Read them on her passage! from Pensacola to Tampico, general, Mr. Leib, and by hiii our
o: :
> anxious suspicion,envious regret; the heart and say if they arc not valid: and all hands lost, except John Foreman, board the W. '1'. on the 30th! July;. SrW\ '
boiling with chole the face overclouded Tho business of tho editor has been who was at the time acting as mate The has also on board rams flan Tullah north
I with discontent, the tongue jarring: and ou t i too multifarious this week to admit of his persons lost were Capl Clarke, Thos.Can foot of the Atlas mountains their, wool
." of tune, the ears filled with discordant noises I paying much attention to tho editorial department non, both supposed to be natives of New very fine, said to be from ihe stock
f t. of contradiction,clamor,and reproach ; of his paper. Our printer and York or Albany, 1\Ir.l\Iack from Scituate, with Spanish merrnes and a original breed
the whole frame of body and soul distem- devil have both been drunk,and we, (that i is : near Boston, Mr.Cannon, a West of England of shevp.-Gazette. superior
+ .pered and disturbed with the worst of pat :I. ourself) have been compelled to set roost man, and a Dutchman called James, c..
l ',ions. How much more comfortable it is of'the types and press-work for the paper. ; other name not recollected. Shiprtrtcl.-Thc "
I "" to walk in smooth paths, than to wander i in It is known that"we are a practising physician i I The schr. had been lying to,for four days, Stevens, of this port,went ashore Mary on North Kllerf:

q ". tugged ways overgrown with briarsobstruc-: and that our calls have been unusual i under balanced reef mainsail, and at the Island, 5 miles from Georgetown
I ted with rubs, and beset with snares ; ton ly prolific this week. Our sisters nurse has lime of her capsizing| the increasing vio- the night of the 6th inst., and is Lighton believed
'.1* sail steadily a quiet, than to be tossed in i been sick and we have been compelled to hence of the gale split the canvass, when} will not begot obi: Her sails and
.., % tempestuous sea; to behold the lovely) spend a considerable portion of our lime i in : she instantly fell into the trough of the sand ea rigging have been saved and carried running to the
face of heaven smiling with a cheerful se- rocking the cradle. This would be a sufficient i overturned. According to the reckon I Light House ('apt. Stevens and
1 re'tilythanto see it frowning with clouds excuse for a reasonable man, but it is ing of Foreman, second mate, this calamity remained by the vessel the remainder oQe man of
'1 or raging wuh storms; 'to hear harmonious not all. A beautiful black-eyed girl came occurred in latitude 19 10 N. longitude her crew, 4 in number, ;arrived here in theme
i J 1 'consents, than dissonant jangling; to see to town last Saturday, and we had no soon 93 30 W. in the Gulf of Mexico. 'I'1) schr. William, Capt. Miller, from

,.objects correspond in graceful symmetry, er seen her, than we were half dead in love: schr. was loaded with lumber and shingles, town,lost evening. The b1.1:. was George-from
11- .- "than. lying disorderly in confused heaps ; we have,during the week, wooed and won and consigned to Donalson & Co. The Florida I for this port with a fine of
r',1 to be in healthand have the natural humors the dame,and shall (if no lawful objectioncan only surviving member the crew was ta Shccphead..-Southern Patriot cargo
consent in moderate, than (&s it happens }in be made)bo married: at the Methodist ken from the wreck by the schr. Royal Mail I
: diseases) agitated with tumultuous comet church to-morrow. Are our patrons satisfied of London, Capt. John Robinson, after he I THE SEA ROVER'S
.. .tions.. How all' senses and faculties of ? If not, we hope they may be doomedto had been clinging to a windlass: for 14 SONG. .
;; ,, man unanimously rejoice in those emblems a life of celibacy Or if'marrild: hours. Four of the seamen were drowned I love to roam o'er the beauteous seas <
rt ,of peace, order, harmony and proportion ; doomed to all the horrors of the henpecked at the instant the vessel went down. Foreman I love On the to breast of its calm so Dine
'' yea,' how nature universally delights:: in a husband!!" says that himself and the Captain were To list roam to and 'tis joy to me,

Ale "quiet stability, or undisturbed progress of v I for sometime swimming around the wreck As my ship glides my jovial on like erew-a itately quet':;
1'motion the beautystrength and vigor of in search of something to hold
i ; LOVE AND SUICIDE. -Great interest 13 I themselvesup. Alldeck'din her rainbow hue ;
,. thing requires a concurrence of force The last time he She's the
'every been excited at Taunton by a tragical but saw the Captain Le loveliest sight that e'er was seen
'co-operation and contribution of help; all i romantic incident which occurred Saturday hailed him in these words"Good bye For she sails like a wild sea-taew.
things thrive an I flourish by communicating i last. A pretty girl! called on Foreman!-I am lost. -Mer. Adv.SAVAXXAH I love to roam o'ei the beauteous,
reciprocal aid, and the world subsists by a I Palmer had lived as servant with the When the winds and tue waves conspire
friendly conspiracy of its parts; and especially who keeps the Infant School in this man Nov. 15-Late from M''- To toss the ship on its waters free,
/ .r that political society of men,chiefly and who is widower.. town, *au.-By the Dr.schr Anna, Capt. Russel} As the lightnings flash their fire:
'fo bear the
aims at as its end itS from Nassau 01 the teaman's voice,
; peace depends on as N. P. we have received
\t relies it It seems that a mutual attachment had of the files Whilst the sails all shattering fly ; f.
its on
cause, as its and
support. Argus to the
been formed although not a criminal 8th inst. And list to the bowling storm rejoice/
How like a paradise the world would be, and that he had intended to one, inclusive Lieut Balfour, i9 j about to be Asitdrowneth their feeble cry.
flourishing in joy and rest, if men would some of the patrons of the marry school until i succeeded by Lieut. Col Distmnve, of the I love to roam o'er the beauteous sea
i in
"cheerfully conspire in affection, and Guards in the government of the As the of
help terfered. and rather thin lose his ho haham U. king a gallant crew ;
fully contribute to each other's content ; broke off the contlexon? The place NASSAU, Nov. -The American schr. I send the waters a Rover free ..
i and how like a savage wilderness now it is, wrote to him several times and poor girl Canton, Edgecoinb Nason, master, with a Through the boiling and briny dew ...
when, like wild beasts, they vex and perso three interviews obtainedtwo cargo of coffee, sugar.segars, &c. from St. I chase the fue,-and where e'er I jp,
hoping to change JagoneCdba I conquer the brave and the free
bound ,
tad detour '
cute each other. Not to New York
\ worry his WM tOo I
resolution and dare
; she met him it is said tally wrecked at Heneaguaoa the the storm and the tempest blaw.
night of For I am a child of the Sea !


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l I -j r Wo learn also that a brig bound from -=-4 LI. If':

THE ENQUIRER. FOREIGN.PORTUGAL Savannah Wilmington, in ballast, came "
ashore on Monday, the 3d inst.' near Mos. "VX7T.** are authorized to announ""* ('olonet
KEY WEST FLORIDA. -This kingdom is no longer qtito: Inlet Wo have been obligingly' five ate to JAMES 0 tUS DEN as a ca.jd. '
represent tho Territory of Florida.lL,
the theatre of All
stirring events. i* red with the following particulars. the 24th Congress of the United States.
SATURDAY 0, 1R3I. calm and tranquil. Tim following remarks : "She had been thrown on her beam I

by a London editor, give, wo think, a very I'' in a gale, and drifted near the shore, when %. authorized "\

By the U. S. sclir. MOTTO, Capt. Arm, just picture of the present posture of itsaffairs she righted and could not l ho got off, and 're SEIMI M. \VBI'n announce: asaenndid Colonel.

strong, 26 hours from I1av:1'1lVe: have received struck with nil sail set. The crew and ate tWipl-csent the Territory of Florida, 1
The death of Don PedtO will have little
passengers! saved.: in the 24th Congress of the United Slate
from that place to the 1st i
papers up effect the of affairs. '
on course Portuguese Thc name of t tbe'vessel or Captain was
instant. The young Queen) will married with all not known to our informant passengers I 1
convenient speed, and the son of Eugene names were Mrs. Liuireden"! and son1* W'are authori/.ro to announce Major
Charleston: papers as late nO the 22d ult. I JAM WYATTai a candid
Beauharnoishen seated with heron (he Charltston Courier 16th nit.IlYMINIAL. ate tj
represent the Territory of Florida
have been received at this office. throne of Portugal i likely to be-at the o in the 'Mtb Congress of the United! States., 1 1

The Court for this District, very least-quite as efficient: a protector of !
( the Dung liberties of Portugal, as Don NO: I 11U11: is hereby given that in six :
met on Monday last, according to adjourn Pedro was or would have been Purha) s, Married, on Wednesday last,by the Rev weeks from the laIc hereof, I shall. .

ment. As yet no important case has been on the whole, it may be just as WLJII I for Portugal Mr Rennet, Mr'\ : LEMUEL OTIS, of Indian make application to tic Honorable Win, R.
decided. that,at this time, Don Pt.hould! Key, to Miss rIE Rn rr.teldest daugh/' Hacklry, Judge of the court for the county
hive drat Ambition is a catchin ,,Wsurder tcr of Mrs.? Munson. -'',' r of letters Monroe of and Territory of Florida, for
Arrived, Nov. 30, Sloop: ( Pulaski, Capt. ..'the of all ** administration on the estate of ,4.
very epidemic Young (people attention give?. Alexander Hamilton Oa,,\late of Key Wo.t '
Cooly, fin New River. Cargo per sloop is probable enough, tbftLhad health and Till I i elate my story, in the county and Territory' aforesaid. t'IICNRY {

Pnlnski, 56 hxs arrow root, bear skins,deer strength permitted, DowBLru ought hale Do not delay too long to live K. NI.\\'COMn. :

skins, otter skins, beeswax, amber greesr, made: an attempt to !r K|>c lo 'h itself Without the arms of glory. Key West, Nov. 24, H'.34.' [n76w.]
the diadem which iitr weieil for his
i and a quantity of old copper, to A C Tiff daughter Tins might have caused l u civil While yea's on years have pass'tJ away, In the Superior Court of the Southern Judic'al .

&, Co. war. The crisis is now over, and Portugalhas Pve lived a single life, District of Florida
Till Weclnesd3)'last-O bless the !
a breathing time. Very much is to be day Richard Roberts, J
Errata.-fn the 10th line of tho para I got a handsome wife ,' vs. r

graph relating to the wreck of the Spanish done-for lamentable.the They condition are |oveiiy of the stricken|people is ----o Y-a,. /**, _*"'c."v.w/_-, 57 Bales of Cotton, pick- f In Admiralty.

brig Amiable Gertrudes, in No 6 of the Enquirer they are "out of heart"-they are burthen- mUESub.criher I inform his friends cd up at sea.interested in j the above
instead of '. wind to the westward," ed wi h cxccssi\c taxation,and the strictest I and the public, that ho is prepared to ALL hereby notified, that all the residueof case

read. wind to fir rtJ'rd. economy must be UM.-U in expenditure attend to his to any business that ma' bo e**rusted the money for which the above Cottonwas
of the public revenues Indeed, to select AUCTION care in the sold by the Marshal of this' District,
good in Portugal, thu wnole COMMISSION LINE, after tie payment oflho salvage and
To the Editor"of the Enquirer system his office is stairs in Mr. F. A. Browne's expenses
of finance should be remodelled, and Ware-House up in said cause, has been paid 'into the Registry .
Sm- this without delay. found. where hcmay at all limes.. be of the Court, where it will remainfor

A report was circulated here a few days nine months, unless sooner claimed by
He takes this
NEW GRENADA We have been obligingly opportunity of rendering tho
person or persons entitled to the! same,
ago, that on Thursday night the 27th ult. thanks for past favors, and hopes
accommodated! with the (following by unremitting or his or their legally authorized agent.A. .
there was no light at the light ship on Ca- extract of a letter fiom Carthagcna, addressed continuance attention of to business, to merit i II. DAY, (:'Ik. l

rysford reef, which is not true. I saw the to a gentleman thiscil), and teceiv-: public JOS.: patronage.A. TIIOURON. By II. K. NEWCOMB, D.C. \

light at twelve miles distant that night, and ed per schr. Velozwlllcllarnvcd (from theme [Dec. 6, im n8-tf] --[ollinOw---- ] .

ran through the shoals from Cccsar's Creek Oil Wednesday last:, I PATENT VEOETA..
to the light ship, and staid on board that DICATED \POUK
"We are all here in a bustle and on the
.6 MARINE B A'I'1 1 .-Tbe subscriber informs
LIST. ) respectfully
night, during which I was on deck several alert. Besides the Drench frigate which: citizens of Key West,that bo has,

times and saw a good light. After day came in here a few days since, two large:: L ___ with considerable expense, established the "
light I saw the lanterns lowered and the vessels of war, one of 63 and the other of PORT OF KEY WEST. above named Baths in a retired part of the '
44 guns, have lately arrived trout Martinique city on Whitehead street, where he hopes I
lights extinguished. Capt.Thompson who the former bearing the flag oij; and to obtain a liberal share of public patron '

made the report, was convinced by tne, that having on board Admiral MacKau, and ENTERED: age. Convalescents and strangers resorting '
the South for their health will find
I. his chart (Blurts for 1832) was wrong, Muss. Barrott, the Frencti Consul.: '1'hu Nov 29-Sclir Florida, Stout, Reef, sundries relief from the use of this celebrated great Batb.

very far wrong, and that his vessel was Admiral addressed a letter yesterday: to the to master; SI Loretto, Sawyer, Havana The undersigned is also furnished with the ,

near 40 miles south of the light ship, when Governor, stating that neither !Inuudt'nor ; SI Energy, Packer, do; SI Francisco necessary vegetable preparation in use of t
the Consul would laud until lull and satisfactory Burrows, do. the baths. The effects' of the Vapour: Bath
be thought himself opposite to her. I make
reparation was made tour the iiisuiloffered Dec. 1Schr May Flower Corwell are:- i
this communication in justice to Captain to the latter, and that in the event ot Charleston, wood nnd coal to 1st. To equalize the circulation of the f
master SI
; blood, and hence to coldness of the i
VVhalton, and request you to publish the hU receiving an unfavorable answer, hu Fair American, Xiincnez, Havana, sundries bands and feet and remove to lessen the determination

same. would be under the necessity ol acting up to master; 2d SI Emily, Whitehead, Reef, or(flow of the blood to the bead. 3d.
1 Respectfully, R. FITZPATRICK. to his instruct.ons, m Which t'UiI ue would old copper; 4th Schr Whale, Packer,Tom- To promote sweat and re-establish insensi i
have at his disposal an additional force, pa Bay, sundriesto master; 5th SchrMary ble perspiration, and thereby to relieve '
Extract from the law respecting Soldiers. consisting of a ship of the line of 120 guns, Jane, Griffin, Mobile, lumber to master. symptom' of internal inflammation. 3d. To t

"Bo it enacted, &c. That no person within and three heavy frigates. CLEARED.Nov diminish nervous irritability ; and in no instance j.
this 'rerTitory shall sell any drink or intoxicating "Matters therefore assume rather a warlike has it failed to cure the doloreux.-

liquors to any soldier, in the service appearance, General dantander a in 29-SI Loreto, Sawyer, Havana ; SI 4th.remove I'o diseases promote of cutaneous the skin.eruption 6th. To, and t'
of the United States, without permis- an awkward dilemma lie must either bend Energy, Pucker, do; SI Francisco, Burrows the effects of Mercury and lead from remove

sion in writing from his commanding offi the knee, or prepare fur those consequencesthat do. D c 1-SI Fair American, Xirnenez, the system 6th To promote absorption of

cer, under penalty: of not I less than five, nori will inevitably ensue, should ue ret use Havana; Schr Marianita,Caldcz, do.COLLECTOR'S dropsical effusions. 7th. To relievo difficulty I 1 i

moro than twenty-five dollar, to be paid to comply with the Admiral's request. The .". -- - -- of breathing, and hence to' cure asth j.
for the use of the Territory. eventful answer, therefore looked for with OFFICE, ) mas, aud other diseases of tbe chest and

"Sec. 2. And bo it further enacted. Thatif intense anxiety! Had the great and magnanimous November 10, 1834, f lungs. 8th. To strengthen the stomach,
any person or persons within this Territory Bolivar lived, such things Aould t EALED proposals will be rccciv/d at and impart a tone to the digestive organs,
and cure dyspepsia with its disorders ,
shall purchase, barter, or exchangefor not have occurred lie was to.i sensibly: the s this office, until the 14th Decemberfor 9th. To promote consequent the healing of :

any arms,ammunition or clothing in the alive to the respect due to Foreign owx-rsj; stoned supply officers of rations and to the nl'ln'"mmis-- scrofulous' and chronic ulcers. 10th. To
of >
possession of any soldier in the service of and an nsult of the description complain States' Revenue Cutter seamen Washington, tho United, from remove gouty and rheumatic' paint and "t

the United States, snch person or persons ed of would not have been thus Countenanced the first day January next to let April in. swellings from the joints, and cure Lumbago r
so offending, shall forfeit and pay the sum by him-the aggressors would long 36. Tho ration for the utter the Sciatica, &c.Ilth.The J'

of twenty dollars: : and the several penalties since have been punished bur their temerity same as that allowed in tho Naval Service, Quincy-the bath has never .'
imposed by this act, shall be, and the But what can be ex|>e' ted from such a tag- except the liquor and consists of the fallowingarticlcs failed to relieve it. 12th. Tho Croup. It '
{ same are hereby declared to be recoverableby rag and bobtail-like Guvernmeut.V ." to wit: may be regarded as a specie. 13th. The \

action of debt, bill, plaint or on information \ e had imagined that 'tic affair alludedto 1 Suet, for ono week, 1-2Ib. Hooping Cough. mvesrreat relSer. 14th.
Cheese do 6 ounces.Beef The Measles. No instant e of death has ta t
before any judge or justice in the in the foregoing extract, 'had 'long since do. 31 21bs. ,S kenplacewhenlhe batb ha/been employed.15th. t I'
Territory, having jurisdiction of the same, been amicably adjusted, but it world' appear Pork, do. 3 Ibs. To prevent and cuss discharges of ',
one half to the use of the informer, and that wu are in error-tho presence at tuU Flourdo. 1 lb. blood from the lungs, and other internal '1 ,

the other half, or when there is no informer, juncture of a French Admiral, and with Bread, do. 98 ounces. organs. I6tb. To cure acute and chronic: :
the whole penalty for the use of the Tcrri such a force, warrants the latter conclusion. Butter, do. 2 do. .. inflammations, tho batb when judiciously'
I lory.-Passe-1 1832." DEATH OF DON OHO.-'J'he Lo- Sugar, do. 7 do. medicated is a certain jif ecific 17th. To ." !
MAJ. DADE U. S. Tea, do. 4 do. cure Gout in all its forms, in a shorter period II IJ
Army. rena arrived hat night in 35 days from Lisbon
Peas, do. 1 pint. of time than any agent .hitherto used. ,. 1 I
M Key West. brings intelligence to he 8th Oct Rice, do. 1 do. 18th. The baib has neversiled to cure the I I
Don Pedro is dead. It had excited uni- Molasses, do. half pint. Cholera Morbus. 19th. Intermittent, (or : I
FOR TilE ESQUIRES. versal regret\ among the people The Queenwas Vinegar, do. half pint. agues) typhus, nod continued fever ; tbe :
the functions of Monarch The batb relieves and cures without the neces- 0 \ I
DESTINY: exercising number required for tbe term,is estim
to the Constitutional Charter ated at eight thousand. The city of blood 'letting. iOtii. Insanity ln'no '
according will
Destiny, though but a word, proposals case has Mr. Whillaw failed jn restoring ,
the Cortez.A state the price ration, at which the /I
Hath well approved by per con- t
strength as as power, to a sane state, patients put under his treat I
tractor will deliver ,
them in such
And makes one think that he has gone deputation of the chamber Lad expressed from quantities merit ; and tbe proprietor of this est bI lb. ,
as time to time be .
To spend hut some few hours. in their behalf the regret felt for the board may the said Cutter at Key \Y required est. on ment authorized by him to say, that all .I
loss they had sustained. The l people alSO, Nov 15. 1834. (f&-4w.. cases of insanity can be cured by his system
Can ] .
it be that forced
true we are
in a suitable manner, expressed theirjyav when there is no malformation. 21st. Hy '
To spend our time abroad, pithy and condolence Oliver O'Hara, 1 drophobia. This dreadful malady, which 1
And thus be torn forever The chambers were still in session. vs. V In Attachment. up to tbe present time has defied the skill of ,j
From ono that we ador'd. Jobn Harris. the medical practice, "bas been successfully
The Carlisls >
in Spat i are to
Mr. i
treated and also in ..
by Whitlaw
Reader beware, do not permit, be reduced to a worse condition than ex. i J THE defendant, and all interested, will of cues tbe and a number )
pb/sicians surgeons
notice, that the above suit has (
The cruel called and destitute of
power love pf'Cted-deprived who have
every peen commenced attachment,in the Su- adopted his tystem. 22d. Palsy. j
To enslave you. If so then admit thing, and hard pressed by the .. sCroups. .jMBiior Court for the i-outbero District of It gradually relieves. 23d. It bas proved ,

Twaa destined from above. ",rlorida, and they are required\ to appear an effectual cure for cancer (cis' Its( incipientstages / t
e T. Fresh disturbances it was reported, had and plead to the declaration at the next ) ervety pilasscunryr n'chulicf
"broken out in Rome, which bad seine eit ct term of said court. A. GORDON, spinal affections, palpitation of the heart, I
-We from the the [oct. IS I3m inflammation of the eyes, fits, stiff neck
A FLEET saw windowsof on price of Papal fund. ) Atty.tor PI'tt
nettle rub, jaundice, ulceratico of tbe
our office yesterday morning, wenty- By accounts from Trieste, to the 18th James Wbeeler, > throat,liver complaints, scald Lead and 8t, :
eight schooners and three steam boalwiili Sept., we learn that at the fire by which vs. \ In Attachment Vitus Dance.
their sails spread for the Far West," all the town of Weiner Neiutadt was destroy. John Harris. ) +** The bath will be open from o'clock

having left our harbor within two hours.- ed, no less than: 1500 tales of cotton were IllEdefendantand all interested; will A. M. until P M.
Such a scene as this will show to our friendsabrdad burnt in the Customs1 ware houses. L take notice, that the above suit bas EDWARD GLOVER

the importance of the" Young Cityof -- been commenced by attachment in the Superior

the West," and the highly prosperous By the packet schooner S. S. Mills, Capt. Court for the Southern District of
condition of our trade and commerce. Southwick, we have received the St. Augus. and Florida' and they are required to appear JOHN GEORGE ZIRIAX, !
plead to the declaration at the
Buffalo ma lain. tine Herald of the 13th inst. from which term of said cwrV; A. GOl'DON. INFORMS the public that b. bas opened '
we select the following [oct. 15 13m) Atty. for PI'il' ESTABLISHMENT lo.; 1
WE are requested to announce SMpwreekaunderstand that a tbis city wberr the bottom carried oa io j i ,
.. JOS. A. THOU schrlwas: wrecked on- St. John' bar last urL are authorized to announce Colonel all its variom bfac& Bread, Cakes of .

RON, a candidate for the week the vessel went to piece* soon after WILLIAM' B. NUTTALL a* a every uescrteffea, Navy and PiM Bread,
candidate to represent ,the Territory of lib be. are constantly oa band rest
she struck ,
Clerkship of Monroe Bllred.V
county ; crew have not
I ,in the S4tb Congress of the United by the subscriberKey
at the election) en Wednesday next. been able to obtain the particular St\tei. West
Nor 14, (StfJ


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w.. t' I.J: _
ly needs the supporting agency of God, as Lord1'; prayer, that God governs all ourI1o'ghts
DIVJNr--.r-PROVIDENCE. the vliole animal creation. And every individual : intentions, affections, exercises raise the affections of the youth to appro.

: with moral! agent as much depends on and actions. His care and providence areas priate and worthy object. We would
t-'ficrcnt' opinions better children, better
Very make them brolljern}
and individual ,
'f, the of God. Some a particular divine almighty influence to positive particular over every better
respect to providence better sisters, better pupils, associates .
suppose it is general only,others believe it watch over him and preserve his existenceas in time universe, ns though there was and, in tho end, better citizens.
but moral besides himself in ex
and particular, These views the whole human family. Hence then one agent
both general
have a direct bearing, and an i in K'le' 'nflucncc he preserving and governing providence of istence. Such an infinitely wise, omnipo We beg the friends of education, rspp.
all human per. God must be particular, in the governmentof tent, benevolent, universal and )particularproviilencedo : daily parents! and teachers, to derv tin-
i upon conducMpo all things.This we maintain God exercises matter in this light. Let children look upon
k son can act understandingly, juorciouslyand the pictures"! not pictures!!
both the natural and moral world.- merely
:evident from other considerations.If over ;
acceptably, without having eye upon but let them bo taught to study them.
i' he views it God created the world and all creatures This is admitted, in every prayer that a consistent What
the providence of God, as can be more rich valuable materials for instructivc .
I I \\'f', whether general or particular. If he addresses therein, he had some ultimate object in view. person offers to God. Deny it, and lessons than a !good; engraving?
God hath made all for himself request which! considerate |people present
the throne of,grace, his prayer is things ; every Af'terthis brief explanation of our principles
framed according to J>m views of divine that is, for his own glory. If this is the for prayers on behalf of their sici and purposes ivc ask the cooperationof

providence. If any of his family is sick, fact, the ultimate object can never be accomplished friends is perfectly absurd, indeed every all 'VIO receive this circular. Will you

and he is a believer in the particular providence unless by a special particular prayer is without meaning. This view of aid us by your influence in this great work,
of God, he may pray to the God who providence over all his works. This is a divine providence destJoys the ancient and the formation of mind and character ftr the I
the universe for divine interpositionand dictate' of reason as well as a lesson taughtby modern notion of chance and fate. It secures rising generations Will you assist us all in "
governs If the ultimate end the certain accomplishment of God's your power, in our endeavors to introduce
favor; but if this is not his belief, his Scripture. of creation to American schools, parlors, and fireside
request is absurd and hypocritical.That is the glory of God, and if divine ultimaicobject in creation, providence and the stories and lessons of Parley's Magazine1' d'

we may not be misunderstood providence is connected with it, and designed redemption. As 'his providence is universal Every single number of the new! volume

lq, will give concisely, our views of a general to accomplish the same object, then the and particular, he never can be disappointed will have a strong paper cover, abundantly\
and particular providence. providence God must not only be univer nor will... he fail to accomplish his suflicunt; to preserve the work in good order
Infidels generally, and some others who sal' but particular over all creatures and i immutable purposes, in any part of J his do. I for binding, and! for use in schools.

,.i 3 are not far behind them, will not admit the I things. If the design of the Creator is, minion Tlugyjew of divine providencelays I The yearly subscription' being one dollar
aim exercise of God's particular providence that all things/ shall glorify him, then he a foun Pion for the most perfect and our friends of will perceive the impractical- I
must exercise adorable of the attributes of God ity keeping open so many thousand ac
a providence display ,
t over the whole universe. Many admit that accordingly, CUllotIt i is therefore indispensable
i( divine providence extends over the natural which must be a special and particular pro in his creating and governing both the nat we should require payment always in that ad"vancc.
and moral world generally, but not that he vidence. The whole creation of God is ural! and moral world. Here an seen infinite .

governs all events, creatures and persons, made, up of parts, /ld.if top whole is designed wisdom, power, and goodnes, in "the Two numbers more will close the first
and all their actions individually. They to subserve his glory, then his gov- most perfect and glorious manner, because, year andre now give notice that all vhr.
Bay the world is governed by general laws, ernment must be directed 'to the various the divine attributes thus displayed shall desire to continue the Magazine,may sign

fixed at the creation,which will continue as parts, to secure the ultimate object. bring the greatest possible: sum of happinessinto fv their intentions by a seasonable advance

long as the worM exists; which however, Peculiar, events which have taken place the: universe. This shall satisfy all for the second )car.
show that God's providence is and all moral If any of the subscribers should! not receive y
i admit of contingencies and many untoward particular. holy intelligences, put beings all their numbers
events, injurious to men and contrary to The dreams of Joseph were the mean of under infinite obligations of gratitude and the post master to notify ns, they of such can request as

the will of God. Animals and tribes of preserving the church. The dreams of love to the Supreme Ruler of all worlds. missing, and they shall be sent again free are cf
the lower grades of creation, are wholly Ahasuerus were the occasion of Mordecai's How inconceivably happy then must oil the charge.

9 under the direction of instinct. To the promotion, Hainan's destruction and the realeopleof; God be. inexhaustible Ten copies free of postage.

'J moral part of creation, God has given an Jews'salvation from massacre. The gaggling the source from which their felicity is deii- OziJ"To accommodate associationsschooh;
}l the essential'materials of socia: and moral of the geese was made the occasion veJ. How immutable the consolation they and individuals, for the distribution will

felicity, 'in the natural and moral constitution of saving Rome from ruin by the invading must eternally enjoy in contemplating and deliver at any post office in the United

of things.1 By this constitution, they Gauls. The greatest Roman General, who beholding the displays of the divine attributes States, free of postage, ten copies to onn

t: are furnished with all necessary facultiesand expelled the greatest warrior from the Roman before an intelligent universe, all tending address for ten dollars remitted to us with

powers, to understandseek and receive empire, lost his life l lIy swallowing a to promote the highest possible happiness out Boston cost. Feb. 15.LILLY, WAIT & CO.

these appropriate materials, and in this way hairin a cup of milk. Hence the evidence of the moral s'sell1. Ever since the

to commence and carry on their own hap. of a particular, as well as a general provi- creation of the first intelligent being, God CHEAP, VALUABr.rANDINTErfrsTI\G
j pintss. Under this view, they deny that dence over the whole universe. Read Cor- has exercised his infinite wisdom, power WORKThe
the providence of God extends to the human nrlius' vision and Peter's trance. and goodness to satisfy the desires of his Family Physician and Gazette of Human

species as moral individuals, but only The divine goodness affords a complete rational! creatures. Let us consider then Life.

J as a species and large communities: that he evidence that the providence of God must the advantages we enjoy, the good land we Being a Library of Health and Hj-gcnir: ,

has no care over animals otherwise than asa be particular, and extend to all created possess, and the precious gospel privilegeswith and of Popular and General Mcdirnl

f species; and in fact, that his providence things. Every created thing capable of which we arc favored. 'fheseincrease individual Knowledge: rendered familiar to cvcr

t-4 towards his creatures is no other than a enjoying pleasure, or enduring pain, is a our obligation, and ought to increase our netted with embracing the} prevention every,subject treatment con- >

.l t power to continue: their species, accordingto suitable object. of the divine care and be gratitude; but if they do not, they will enhance and cure of diseases-the qualities cf
y the laws he fixed at their creation. This nevolence. All such beings are within the our condemnation in the world to medicines-their good and ill effects on

,; 4 makes the world a great complicated ma- comprehensive view of God, and are always come.-N. H. Obscrrtr.A health-the ingredients of secret or patent -

kj chine, created by the Supreme Being, and i regarded according to their worth in the ___ __ '!:=:!."!!..... : medicines-the true principles of eat
by him sut in motion, and \\eft to run its I scale of being. 'God is love; and he feels PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. ing and drinking eating and drinking
i course according to its first general laws, benevolently to all his creatures and his to live-domestic cookery-chemistry- <
without the Circular to Parents,Teachers,School Com- and a great variety of curious! valuable, ,
particular or constant
4 agency, I tender mercies are over all his works. His mittees, and all who feel an'interest i and interesting
in the knowledge,of the highest} (
t direction of the Creator. This i is
a gene-i infinite goodness inclines him to observethe of
improvement youth. importance to all, and hitherto hidden ;
ral providence, and the only government whole of his great family, and extendsa is not quite a yearsince Parley's from the mass of mankind.
which Infidels and those who
are nearly particular care over individual. As i Contributed
every was commenced,during that short to by a number of practising
l1; allied to them, admit that God exercises the Creator of all, he stands in the same period the number of subscribers have increased Physicians.The .

over his vast dominions. relation to all 'his creatures, both holy and to :OOOQ, and the work lias received object of (his work is to present every
But our views are essentially different, unholy; but yet he does not bear the same everywhere, the most unqualified ap- subject connected with diseases and its!
iI ;: ,and we believe real Christians in general kind of affection to all. lie cannot exercise probation. It has found its way to thousands treatment which, by its simplicity and per
hold to the doctrine of a particular provi the love of complacency toward the of families, and while it has entered spicuity of its details, shall enable nil who
dence. By this that God not the social circle, its unobtrusive lessons wish, to he
we mean, wicked,but he does the love benevolence(' thoroughly informed in this most
only governs the universe by general laws, I and desires to promote their happiness as, have, we the trust, often had mind a salutary influence interesting and important of science \
but to those laws he on juvenile and heart. It The advantages of such a publication to
1 gives power, direction far as is consistent with the
good of the has also found its to the school all
way room ranks of
?,' f and energy, and 'applies them to every in- whole moral system. This perfect, impartial and many classes of pupils have been cheered -; on, since they society must need suggest not insisted themselves up to
{ dividual crf'.atureand event in the universe.1 and universal benevolence, therefore twice a month by the welcome voice of reflecting mind.
Under the influence -
!"l"". The hairs of our head are numbered, and requires him to extend a particular provi the teacher bidding them to lay aside, for n of the diffusion of sound medical know*
there is not a mote which floats in the air14i' dence over the meanest and vilest of his few days, the class book which they have ledge among all classes,empiricism must be
without his direction. We do not admit creatures, as well as the greatest and best read over and over, perhaps twenty times, disarmed of the dangerous weapons with 9
::1 1L.! that he sits upon the throne of the universe in every part of the universe. and read the pages of Farley's Magazine.The .- which it wars so successively against the life

t ,an {.different( spectator; but that his invisible The tact of God's universal providence schools demand, is for the work, to be used jn of man; the abusive employment of medicines
omnipotent hand and controls is rapidly increasing. so baneful to health, will give place to .
governs most fully represented in the Bible. The Encouraged by such unexampled success, the rational
the universe, and all creatures and things word of God teaches us that he exercisesa the publishers have resolved to render it agents, and the administration scientific and of remedial I
therein, both in the natural and moral particular stiR more worthy of liberal experienced
providence in regard to every so a patronage; physician will be aided in his efforts to alleviate -
'!.1 vorld. and not to remit their
1. material thing, and over every rational and exertions till they see the sufferings of humanity. Nothing
1 For this belief we offer some reasons irrational creature of his creation. It it introduced into families and schools, that can add to the utility of the wcrk
'1 We conceive it evident from the very nature Ho causes the day spring to know says his throughout the whole length and breadth of shall be neglected. The principles of diet
the United States.In .
I ,. of providence, when lightly understood.- place, and makelh the sun to rise on the this view have and regimen shall bo explained, and their
We believe it utterly impossible,to conceive evil and on the good. lIe telleth the num in the editorial department.secured The new late aid application enforced. The ingredients cf
k t ageneral,without a particular providence. ber of the secret remedies shall he given and the whole
stars, and calleth them bv their tor of the Juvenile Hambler. who in add i- subject ofmatcria mcdica "
Our first impression of providence is, the proper names. lie causeth the thunders to ion to his qualifications as a writer for the and explained in a lucid and 1 Ic. I
1 preservation and government of the Crea lift up their voice, the lightnings to flash young, has the advantage of many years experience 0::7-A premium of $100 will simple be awarded stj
j 4 ,tor. If this Creator exercises any care when and where he pleases. He directs as a teacher, will henceforth assist to the writer the best essay (not exceed

over the world, it must be in sustaining the clouds, and causeth it to rain on one in conducting it. ing 20 pages octavo) on the advantages to
that world inexistence, and all the'paitic- city and not on another. lIe giveth the We propose to present in the progress of the community of the general diffusion of
ular creatures and of which it is such volume, a great variety of interesting medical knowledge. The be
things snow like wool, and scattereth the hoar essays are to
composed and important topics, among which are the fol directed, post paid to the editor
ular in directing all their partic- frost like ashes. He casleth forth his ice lowing: in all of

circumstances This throughout their .exis like morsels, who can stand before his cold? I. Natural History, of beasts, birds, fish June next.
tence. is the nature of divine provi lie ruleth the raging of the sea, and sets cs, reptiles, insects, plants: flowers, trees, Tlu.award of the premium will depend
,: dence,and it must extend to every creature bounds to the ocean, saying, hitherto shalt the human frame, &c. upon the decision of several eminent phys

.and event. We cannot admit that one thou come, but no further and here II. Biography ; especially for the young. iciaDs.Q .
creature can uphold itaelfin existence any proud waves shall be ; lIe thy III. Geography ; accounts of places,manners :: Editors, postmasters! and others, are
more than another. If one watereth customs &c.I respectfully invited to act as
created being the earth and causeth agents Any
must be supported by its Creator then all and it to yield increase, V. Travels and Voyages ; in various person who remits ten dollars will have ten
covers the valleys with and the of the world.V. .
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same kind
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i the are dependent lily, fragrance to the rose, courage to the of nature and art ; in each of the United AH distant communications to be addressed
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J I It must appear absurd to suppose, that eneth OJK., children in the parlor, to
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being one independent of every living thing. His providence reach employ V editor bas great pleasure beUg1
the Creator. Independence is an attributeof es and governs all the inanimate ments. able to announce the approbation of many
Deity and cannot be communicated to able.creation taut his and veget VII. Particular duties of the young ; to eminent medical gentlemen to the flan cf
a created belig: any more than eternal, or more positive providence is no parents teachers, brothers, sisters Sic. this publication.
uncaused efficient, over VIII. Bible lessons and stories.
existence, la this
true, then the the material rld
t preserving care of God necessarily mal than it is over the ani. IX. Narratives ; such as are well authen JOHN GEORGE ZIRIAX-
respects, creation. His watchful
care ) ticated
and must all ,solicitude original tales.X. .
support created bein
m ually.individ- whom and affection he over mankind, (any one of Parables, fables,and proverbs, where INFORMS the public that he has opened
estimates ESTABLISHMENT in
more highly than all the morals obvious and
is more necessary for the support and government the material and animal creation is excellent. this city wherr the business carried , I ,)
of creatures and equally XI. Poetry ; adapted to the all its
the moral extensive and particular. Of youthful ca various branches. Bread, Cakes of
than for the existence and order of the material said, 'be fixes the bounds of their them it is pacity and feelings.XII. every description, Navy and Pilot Bread
world. The dust of the balance and tion and the habita Intelligence ; embracing account lie. tic. are kept constantly on hand, fresh
number of their days he of Juvenile books, societies by the subscriber.
the drop of the bucket as ; and remarks
constantly need their
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falling, their souls from death
and gives Many of these subjects
will be
aftho whole material world illustrated
the them all things richly enjoy.1 The by numerous and beautiful
immense collection of water in the mighty teaches, and we all admit in numerous Bible in. pared by the best artists, and engraving selected,with pre Job priniiiig
ocean. smallest insect as constant stances a view not only to adorn
especially every time we repeat the the work, but to
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